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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
Publication Date: June 17, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135451
alephbibnum - 000579539
lccn - sn 95026712
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School Salaries Raised To $5,000 I

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[The'.county*! minimum teaching salary will b* raised' School to be assistant! superintendent of schools and dl. Jackson and Mrs. Greene have been in the center'of the graduating class to say 'that no.diploma would, be J

from,",250 to $5,000 next fall under a resolution passed rector of Instruction; and Prank Szortyka, assistant finance |I a two-week controversy with Clay High Principal James handed out In blank. ''I

Monday by the County Board of Public Instruction.The officer to be supervisor of secondary education. {f Parker In an Incident In which Parker unofficially charged In the varied arjomtti of the Incident, it appears that

A rumor that Joseph Elliott now a teacher at Oreen i the two with something like Insurbordinatlon. Mrs. Oreene rebels t p iv"4 O"'r At DUlled from under j I
effect of this will be competitive *
to make Clay with
Cove Junior High will be named principal to succeed Duck, The controversy came to a head at a special board meet her" and Jackson/Flerta* I. bre 1'l.* i.i a' grads ..

Duval County schools' could not be confirmed this week by The Crescent Ing last Thursday night (see below) when a group of irate atlon exercises In I "" .,Igh--:. sf .... .

Action of the board followed a meeting with County Tax Mrs. Nancy Rows who, has been payroll clerk for the parents and teachers attempted to persuade or badger Mrs. Greene's! *|T ,nd.,. How \

Assessor Louise Smith who assured board members that, School Board, was named assistant finance officer and pay Tines Into taking a Categorical position on Parker's futureas ever school offs .. *:k' to fill ,Mr. r

under the current reassessment, the taxable property value I'OUclerk. principal of Clay High. Oreene's ob.. -.-. .,. :' f are In short ,

will rise from approximately $2$ million to more than $40 The board accepted the resignations of Richard Omens The Issue arose when Jackson and Mrs. Oreene, comprising supply all over the sUU. -". --.f.,: .

million. Under the current School' Board mlllage which the and his wife Mrs. Helen Greene from the faculty of Clay Clay High's. graduation exercises committee announced Ssortyka reported to the board on a conference he had

Board voted to continue this will provide the achooll11ltem that diplomas would be distributed at graduation last weekend with federal officials on the county's Integration -
with another additional 300000. It Is estimated the salary superintendent Jesse P. Tynes Jr., told the In blank and would be filled out when rented graduation plan. Several minor changes were made and'accepted -

rise win COlt somewhat under $200,000.At board h. would like. a little more time to consider what gowns were returned to the high school and the plan Is now on its way to officials of the

the same time, the board approved the appointmentof course of action he would recommend In the case of Jerome Apparently Parker had some second thoughts on the U. 8. Dept. of Health Education A Welfare for final approval

A. D. Duck principal of the Green. Cove Junior High Jackson, another Coy High teacher. matter and offered to go and did go before members- of i


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VOL. 39 No. 24 Phone 284-3166 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNK: 17, 1965 1 SECTION-8 Pages 10 CENTS \

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Eatter Of Fact I Secondary Road Bond Green! Cove Must Dress t r::

Issue Set At $1 MillionBy

GREATEST PERCENTAGE' GALS County CommissionThe Up Or Lag Behind State's i

Sales Tax collections In the county last month showedthe

greatest percentage rise from May 1964 of any county, county expects to Issue 'Ing of the Board of County

In the state, according to J. Ed Straughn director: of the: $1075,000 la revenue certificates Commissioners.

Florida Revenue Commission.In perhaps within the next Plans for street and secondary Fast Growth--Bennett i

the 11-month period, Straughn said, taxable retail 90 days, with $,eoooO of It road ImprovemenU Includethe

sales In the county rose a whopping 47.3 per cent already ear-marked for 339 expenditure of $160,000 for

Collections In the county; last month totaled close to Improvement streets in the City of Green
of road and .
like In a bar* knuckles recitation of vital statistics, Carl t
taxable retail sales of something $
$13,000. reflecting throughout the Cove; $101,000 for streets In r
|1 million ye. 760,000 In the year earlier period.In county. Orange Park and $98000 for '9taut w wt Bennett Florida direct sales manager for Johns-Msnvllls'i
the time, Straughn said gasoline tax col'lretlona pipe division told Green Cove's young business leaders
This and execution of aright roads In the Russell area.
the city must move quickly: toward a competitive Industrialand
remained stable with somewhat more than $47-
The chart below shows the
of contract with the
way .
000 collected last month and also In May, 1904. : residential position or face Industrial by passing.
SUU Road Department look ,current plans calling for expenditure a
Taxable sales In the county (excluding gasoline) rose Bennett poke at the annual Installation of officers of
of $800,000 of the
ing toward the early lanlng
k t' F the Oreen Cove Jaycees at which Freeman Everett took
from level The ,
than 7 cent last month April
more per of KiUway 17 from the Duval total funds which are to be
the oath as Jaycee president and Hal McKeol first ,Ic.pruld.nt .
state-wide change from May, 1964. averaged 16.1 per cent County line to Oreen Cove amortised from the sixth and I
almost! exactly one third Clay County's rise. See editorial for the coming year,
were the principal matters of seventh cents received by the b 1 "
pace 2). business st the Monday meet county from gasoline taxes. Revealing he will be transferred
from Florida, as of November "If I had a salesman who

t 'ai i 1, probably before the looked Ilk. Oreen Co.,.." ba
des ;
MAKEUPS GET PRIORITY PROPOSED COWTY.$U75./N ROAD. FROQRAXAMnTttjfcAi ... ; first .tool jtf.Trans.lU pip Is, said, smiling at hU aU4lence.J ,
f ...,.JQ Ito",'.tAI.Gt O, ..M;"" t... f ..' "' .....; . *j 11.:; .?*''-'* *." jfr iVHItP!. l produced at' J-Ms multimillion would'tsll hint to get himself

r. be offered all county students at Orange Park Length Est F dollar plant Bennett laid In better shape' Thai .to

High, priority' willie given to those who are making up 1lse cdplt.a In Miles ,Cent It on the line: Oreen Cove what you young men have to

work. needs to dress up needs paved do. You have to persuade your

-*- Oak Street In Oreen Cove Springs streets, sewage treatment and city government to dress up

RACE TRACK MONEY Green Street to Orange Avenue to Clay Memorial disposal facilities stronger son- your ell,."

MORE Hosp " . . . . .. . .. . . .. O.t. 17,000 N Ing laws . or face an industrial .
The county will get another $',100 as its share of the Streets In Green Cove Springs . . . .. . 9,7 141000 Jag that will not b* instep because"You are losing tourist" trade

June race track fund distribution according to State State Road 21 8W. of Mlddlrburg to State with the sUUs projected of your water he continued }

Comptroller Ray E. Green. The county's total take for Road 21 . . . . . . . . . .. . 07 39,000. growth In the next decade, "I quit the hotel la

this fiscal year, thus far, has been tM2,000 Omen. said. Street In Orange Park ... . . . . . . 0.' 14,000 Florida' growth In the next Green Cove where! I was stay.
This Is 111.500 more than had been distributed at this Milwaukee Avenue In Orange Park from U-S. decade, he said will be second lag because there was no Uls
phone service
time Jut year. 17 to SUU Road 8-334-A . . . . .. . 0.' HMO only to Arizona'; principally Tourists in my room.
come In and many 1
-. Blows Avenue In Orange Part from UJJ. 17 along the Atlantic seaboard, don I
come back: because of
NEW UCNTDfG LAWA to Reed Street thence Reed Street to )lc. from Jacksonville: south; Green the wa'ter. Some of our
Intosh to SUU Road S-15-A . . . . .. .. 0.' 14000. CARL BENNETT Cove Is. not on the seaboard) have .
takesor : .1.
new state penalty law provides that whoever tone j jwhere
Russell northwest to SollU Plant .. . .. .. 0.1 39000. 19S will bypass Green cove.
attempts to take deer or wild turkey by the use of I because of housing, the
State Road 8-209 at Russell, to Northeast .. 159,000.. "Yen -ksv s msrvrllos epporlunlty'her., bet sndttrrrU With a protected rise In the
gun and light or out of season, shall upon conviction be water the barebonnn'eltusUonIn
Manama Bluff Road Stale Road IS, East sr* nermslljr ibe mark .( a pee Uw| yen need grog national product: from
Ores Cove which has
dollars than such
fined not less than two hundred nor more
South and Went to State Road 11 . . . 1.4 M,000. sewage tmtmeat and dlnpo**! fa< five hundred dollars, or Imprisoned not less than five days a opportunity . .
BtreeU In MIddfoburg . . . . U 15,000. bpliJ., farllltlM, lIMn and better Kenning f yes need will be great opportunities for marvelous
nor more than one year. The bill also provides that any U. 1Sa translated
BUU Road 100 to Camp Imokale . ? 34 93,000 U dress development In the county. t
vehicle, vessel, animal, gun light or other hunting device quickly Into active sggresslvt
Randall Road SUU Ro4 I' South East They must be met.
.. \ municipal development"
used In such violation shall be Idled by the arresting
and North to State Road 16 ,. .. . . . 33 5000. i 'r: "Your toning ordinance ar*
officer and upon conviction\ of the violator the property .'j .... Green Coves airport should]
State Road 11-A. Easterly to Slate Road 1$ . 14 SI.000SUU weak" he said. "Industry will
shall be forfeited to the stale provide! a feeder tin to Jack.sonvill. .
Road 11. Northeasterly to SUU Road not be attracted to an area
-A- he said.
8-200 at WalkUl . . . . . . .. ., . 1.10000.. where manufacturing operations \
NEW DAY FOR SECRETARIES Rlfht-ofWay Damages .' .... 50,000 can Infringe on residential Housing within the city n* \
.said can b* encouraged not
About 90 secretaries from Clay, Putnam; St. Johns area
TOTALS 19J "".000. only by enlarging the scope
With two members of Green
and Duval County attended the Secretarial Workshop '
of the City municipal limits
Cow's City Commission In the
at St. Johns River Junior College last week. The theme of
the meeting was "A New Day For Secretaries." (Continued on Page Eight audience the speaker said but by stricter meting ordinances.
!(o pUl! and school facilities
"sand struts are normally the
After a welcome by Dr. B. R. Tiller, president of the
college Mrs. Julia Kolvlsto president of the National mark of a poor town Water must be enlarged

Secretaries Association International, of Jacksonville emphasised School Board Hears and sewage disposal system Bennett clod his sUUment
the work of the secretary as changing from must be sdequaU. by saying. Johns-Usnvlll. will

clerical to part-time to administrative assistant She said Bennett said the Bt John. be criticized In the communityfor

that secretaries would be making more eVcbtons la behalf River now .Is something close upsetting the local economy

of their employers than In the past Parents On Parker to sn open ewer and more . paying wage greater than

William Phfaips and Jim Kubi. IBM Spreeentauree, specifically, Oran. Cove lacks the local norm. , and by those

showed several recent films on Office Automation and th appearance of s drd-upaity. who apply for Job and fall
Secretarial Shortcut The competence of James A. school, Tines cut off the discussion FREEMAN LERETTIAL MeKKErrresnan to get them..
Parker to run Clay High School by declaring that "IfI
A Everett was the subject of a sometimesbitter discover the morale at Cls| '
AY 4-H CLCm COXORESS OVbaU between a groupof High Is low and that Parker I* agent was Installed bet lat..., nlgnt a* president .f
... Green C. I. ..... lb ..... '
Clay High teachers sad parents responsible for it, I will ask for v (it.), a asUsMS) far
Nancy Novak. County: 4-H Council president Patty and Jesse F. Tines Jr, his resignation. But I win bytes J&..... C'hry.i.r-Mysaewtb sate .....,. Un ever DairyWorkerDiesFromSelfinflicted
Xemptr' anal Craig Manure, Council delegate are among school d a. first vise pf.......i end .,....,..,.
more thaa 700 4-H sate club members at the University superintendent a a make my own Investigation \

of Florid campus for the a nual. SUU 4-11 ClubCbngrer. members of the school boardat without pressure or prejudice 'The new pre,ld**. I I. .*Ov* *4 Clay County s I9S4gradnate Wounds.Ds t''

a special Board meeting last and without regard to person- *f Clay High Now M agwat fee Get Ufs Insnr* .

Wednesday night altdel." asMs, he I* mantes' U th former Mary Wad. They ***.
The sosat tor the tomorrow .Is
Congress closing ondtHsnshtp
and ....., with speakers emphetistac the Four Clay Riga about teachers.. The apedal meeting bad en.eW. D. Strickland. JJ.r....* U hours Isle at I o'.losk K
were -thinklnt re lg been called to consider new .
theme: Tarns to ...." Other Hlttn armed .f th Jsyeoos ....... ......... .Id IflddUburg dairy. worker,, taut morning, Adams offered
result M basalt
log u a a between plan of integration for the .
Edward 1C Taylor of Onset Cove bd the State rsnsnn, ****nd vie N.......> sad Tnns FcweB, Iratsnf.r. died W seif Inflicted gunshot to Inks tnrkklsnd to n don.tor .
awe of them and Parker. .
Council. The county school system.In Prank BarrlisUn was cared *.... dlrertsr.MR wounds lat Tbursdsy, according . saying hsVoald. pick, htm. ,
charges against Parker the brief discussion
li II' A day of th Congrr was devoted to special akffls ran aS the way from the belief aanlmou approval preeedlAi of- ... the new tint .... nrselslint, .;.. ...... I.,... Sheriff Jennings Math HP shortly ...."aa.,. *

I when lap 4-H clue members demoutraad tractor operating of one parent be I. sot acompetent the plan Tynes pointed out II the 1'..,. and BmnMn re..tred th lsy MM eased When Adam ant... st the" f
Aseordlng to th
i pubus speaking, dairy vefeUMo. and poultry Judging hertff,11. man's DOOM, h* tomsf hter- '
principal to a chart, that In the coming year the Writers sr* frsna Cansil. George Tyler, Mtm MsRIavIff. B. Adam, owner of th dairyat ,
and demonstrations Propped
lamp dnonstraUoM
making. Food and general op sn a ehnsr, A ......"
w idea were to be given.' by si Uncher (already resigned county school system may get rnmk. lkk..... Jr, sad CHfferd Geiger. Jr. which SUIcklsnd had y*. 11 wound In hie .... Desvuty
that. he has two sets of school, as much M $.,GOO In federal ently .hn employed,
I Jtoersftttstt Owing tb week has Included an outing was Mark Johns took the matt
disciparM: ese for the children Impact construction fund called to the dairy-own bom
at take "Wsoburg.Share the Fun Talent Show, campus of Important people and "For those wilt do not ,>*- oeupted by him early Thurs be to Clay MMnttrtol hospital and
tours, and a "get acquainted" ,.n,. another for the children of vtaporUat lies Integration" Tynee Jean Jowcrs Weds day was subsequently transferd -
The crab members have he* taU of We to Devil Ifadteal Center .
a college
people aid. 1 would ssy It Is not aouetlon )'" Folk Mid Siricklsnd bad
as they spent a week oa the UatvenUy of Florida campus. tsiarcl4 .Into the rambUiafqusstton *f losing. the fund Jol... Jean Jotner, of Orange of Yakima, Wh< and Oordon spparently taken t larg when h.* underwent ..-*rgtncy '

They nave mooed to Borne Han sad taken their meals aad answer period and not Integrating It Is n Park vas patted on May 31 tanghsr. of U Jells Calif. amount of nonprencriptlonmdldn lurwryTh '

there. Their special interest groups mart n campus dawn were questions. on tocherturnover question of losing the fund to Lt Rwawll. 0 Dohmryer. Following the ceremony, a and had pu...d out. d..tIconcfuet.4. 1n..II.1oIIat his

rooms. at Clay High and and then being farced to I.torsi. I.- USE, la Coronado, Cattf" *.- reception was held al th Of- On reason advancrtf for th "by Johns.0nrttf .

The Production Credit Association of Florida donated latter hiring In UM county. ., with whatever fores- cording to si< flan Club NAB, CorpnMlo. overdoes of medieln .as thai J anlncs Munhs and

$!1600 for overall expense for the Congres. After Btentng to charges the federal government msyrequire. mad this week. Mrs Dohmeyer *>p... to **- aUdrtlsad. said to bit heavily tpuy L. A..Dlnn. tpehUdnn

The Congress ha bn directed and sponsored by the: that Parker was rmponslbU for ." Th brid was atudd by compsny her husband w M* In date, was" trying somehow Btrlcklsnd. site sod thr

Florid AgrteotturU Extension Berries. .. the tow moral at the hlgH IContinasd On Pap If bet Miler, Mrs nw. PuUtki. a.xt aignsnnt overseas, to "get up hU sou/a-*.'* County IIU resld to


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'-, Tot six days a week of walkIng Punarl who said Parker dealtin Legislature last year, stood up graciously, that he had noting

[ 4 Salvation Army Major Makes of living alone and washIng School Board different ways with different and demanded to know what against Hilt
"Count me as
of the a colored
hiring policies n
her own clothe and unl students, depending upon the i
forma, Major Gibson U paid Heats ParentsContinued the local importance of that School Board were. and "assign me to Dunb
Hill was told by Tynes that High Hill cried, "but doi
$31.50 week student's parents.
Rounds On Foot For Years
27 hold against
'' 40 43 teachers were needed, me that I ID
That Is, of course, without ( from Pale 1) Some release from the tension Republican.
no requirement -
but he added there was
vouchers she In the board of the meeting came when
puts every No sooner had withinlull's Hill was allured that
The little lady wearing the "The living sacrifice offered Harold Hill, who was Republican for teacher a ou
y month for transportatloon and acted on the plan than Clifford added, not be held against him.
Salvation Army uniform and ire Na that day by young William meals eaten during her search Geiger, Jr., a county candidate for the State speciality. Tynes

the quiet smile as light as a 7 Booth was accepted by almighty for the weak, the poor, the school trustee, rose to say he -
l beacon walks and walks. One God. And from 1 It lonely, the unhappy. Her transportation felt the latest crisis at Clay ,
might think she never rests. sprung a globe-enclrcllng organization costs she says, are High could be resolved with
She is In Green Cove and The Salvation Army about $8.50 a month. Her meals less "drastic" measures.
Orange Park and Keystone founded some twenty See
; come close to $2 a week Geiger ,was referring to the
one passes her, shamefully, on years later by Booth. How could they cost more; she Geiger was referring to the
the highway to Palatka and "For a full century, beginning -
never stops walking, to Green fact that Mrs. Helen Greene,
St. Augustine. A quiet light on July 2, 1865, The Salvation !- Cove, to Orange Park, Keystone a business education teacher at
passing , never still Army (although it wa
walking, walking.
the school, and Jerome Motors
Does Major Lucille Gibson not so named until 1878) ha Spring
Into her tambourine, good son, an English teacher, had
wear out a pair of shoes a been serving God and man,
samarltana every month drop been'"advised" to resign from
week? mfnlsterlng to the deep spiritual -
,something like $130 or $140 the school's faculty for "insubordination" -
No, she says only about a and physical needs of
which just about covers her to Parker. Mrs.
pair every three months or so people."
"salary" and her transportationand Oreene's husband, Richard
. walking, visiting I the 'Jll I What is it like to be a majorIn
MAJOR LICILLE: GIBSON food allowances. Green, is a shop teacher at the
and the jails. The tambourine this vast army of humble ,
'' Social life? What about par. school; Jackson's wife Is an
always there but never .shoved broker's apprentice knelt in a men and women?
at you. In and out again as j room just beneath the Metho- Major Lucille Gibson, born tied Are your friends too English and. French, teacher

quietly dist ehaple in Nottingham, England -I in Statesvllle, N. C., and edu- awed by your uniform and your there.'
humility to Invite'you to a Thus, on the basis of Mrs. z
Lucille Gibson is with the He was engaged in an cated at the Salvation Army
Army's the Salvation Ar intense spiritual (etruggle, a Training College in Atlanta, party Greene's and Jackson's attitudein
my's . extension service; a : struggle symbolized by a sliver gets up at about 5 o'clock "Parties," she asks rather the matter of some rented
veteran of 27 years with the I pencil case obtained dishonestly every morning. She lives alone. like a demure young girl in graduation gowns, the school
worldwide organization that I from a companion. After washing clothes, tend- the midst of her debut, "I'm stood to lose four, possiblymore

Was established 100 years ago Rising from the table wherehe ing her lowers) reading her at a party all day long, everyday teachers.

on July 2. knelt, the young man rushed Bible, she is on the road by ." Tynes explained to the group .
The centenary Issue of "The from the room and out into I 7: Green Cove, Orange Park, That stopped that one, cold. he had made arrangements to
War Cry" describes the found. the street to find the lad he Palatka, St. Augustine and I: "Ever get lonely" transfer the two offending

ing of the Army in this way: had wronged and to return the Hastings, their streets and "Mercy no," she says, "I teachers within the county I
"It was late one evening in object which had brought I offices, their homes and hospitals don't have time" school system, but that he

1844 when a 15-year-old.pawn- torment to his oul. and jails. She Is walking, walking in stood by his feeling that Mrs.
Greene's and Jackson' effectiveness -
and out of offices; with the
quiet, radiant smile, not fixed as teachers at Clay
High had come to an end.
after 27 years but happy to be
present at her party in the It was at this point that A. It's A Volkswagen, fool
homes of the weak and the ill B. Custer, a member of the

or In the dark corridors of Citizens School Committee,I
some evil-smelling jail asked why the teacher turn-
If over at Clay High was so high
I It you don't trade In a message to the Salvation UsedUOLKSUIflGEIIS
Army on the occasion: of its Cutter, speaking Into a tape
recording machine, said he believed
hundredth anniversary, Preil
with us, we've both dent Lyndon Johnson wrote: some of the state accreditation I -... T- -

"Through your efforts, millionsof reports submittedby
human lives have been sui Parker had been falsified.Dr. .
lost ! talned and enriched. You have R. M. Paterson, chairman .

encouraged dispirited youth; of the school board, inter-
you have comforted and reassured jetted an observation that both

VAN NESS NOW, the fearful and uncertain the board and Trnee were cognizant
elderly; you have fed and of.the turn-over problem -
FRED DAVIS BUICK-PONTIAC INC. sheltered families and Individuals ws no greater at
who were hungry and Clay High than at some other
480 Orange Ave. Phones 264-9535-284-3035 OCS homeless , and the worldis county schools, and that It was Sales & Service

a better place In which to wing worked on.
live." Two athletic coaches who

At the bedside of frightened have resigned John Neely and
tf. i. HIGHWAY IT N. OUBf con STUNGS. !
:i children, the dying and the Robert Funarl said the student
? bereft, this small saint goes and/faculty morale at the (IN YaNs) Neetfc. marching on , walking, walking schoof was not high.Jit was

"I never tire," she says, "forI
realise this Is truly a blessing
from Ood.

Never tiring . walking,

walking. .:
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,';' -- : :.../ Social Notes

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Speaking of saving time, ",. '.', ,', Mrs. Elmer J. Johnson attended
the marriage last week
you can cut one more corner : of her niece, Mary Virginia ;
I ilpperer of Crittenden Ooln. I
You can dial 'your own stationtostatlon'Long The ceremony took place at the

Distance calls and always get low rates. Highlands in Gainesville accompalned Presbyterian Mrs.home Johnsonwas Church by her A New Pleasure In Dining '

Means can get in touch oftener mother, Mrs. Frank Green, and Awaits You Here
you / her sister, Mrs. Lee Tadlock, e .

With all!!-those faraway people you love./ I of Madison._

,Jt.' ... / , > .. I Mr. and Mrs Frank Baun- Formal
.. Opening
,, den, of Jacksonville, art on a
i*>' r 'f I
: trip that will take them to New
Give lia whirl II I York City and Canada. She IIthe
,; ., / former Mary Elizabeth
Bentley, of Green Cove. Friday June 18

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Mrs Clark Wager has returned _
(What else that costs so littto !fates you$o farso fast?) from a trip to Puerto
Rico with her two grandchildren -
Stevie and Joanl Prnly, .(ltLIli1U)1S'N) ; ) FIIIKI! ; CHICKEN; |
IforeV what have li waiting for
who will spend the summer you n n
here FUIKI;() ,Jr IBO (Ut'LF' SHRIMP

t iP apic-nnd-$|>nn r"milt'l"| -, restaurant, fi'ttiiriiiu: the .mUI.UU: IWK CHOPS

I PARTRIDGEWELL kind of foftli you like, /tultl."ly l |>n'i>arv,l and I'HOI'l'E:! HIIILOIN) STEAK

MT\wl. The River View Restaurant in king o'iutl| BOX :UsS; RIH-KYK; : STKAK:

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Rosin IMSTHRU lialph and Kowena Yarbray, who bring to this, area
2" 6" SAXinviCIIKS;

many years of ex|>orince in cafeteria and rentau-

L ftewfef Weft SpecfeJM r operation.. I" :" ,SPECIAL. LUNCHEONS and

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THURSDAY. JUNE 17, IMS Etoy Btountg PAQE .... '

3of Like Mounties, Summersill Bill Rccd HeadsTallahassee JCsBILL M H C & Penney Forms. '',,, I

n Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MTER8. Phone 119-1111

..D Always Gets His Man. Mrs Barbara Tall began her day School Classes in the sanctuary The Rev II. H. Carter hag
0n summer vacation May 31 and of the Penney Memorial entered 'a nursing home In \
drove north to Silver Springs Church at 0:15: o'clock. Stark \

The Canadian Northwest storage area making trips 'to through the Ueadowbrook area be was ready to tell the truth .* Md.. as her 1st stop to be prei-

Mountlei always get their man. the fence and throwing pipe going to King sley's Lake or to I I Sheriff Jennings Murrhee andi < sent at her grand-daughter's The Rev. Leigh W. Soule>> Miss Eva Hoover represent-
So does Deputy E. 8. Summersill. and fittings over the fence to the dog tracks! ; but It had beenat i I again Informed Prescott of: graduation from college Later ha relinquished his room in tag the Woman's Oulld of the
the outside."I least week since he In his she will go to her home on
a was right and that anything = y the Quadrangle and is now Penney Memorial Church at i
Ed Summersill, erstwhile made a cast of one foot the area." I I h* said might be used again Cape Cod for the summer. chaplain of a retirement home the Clay High commencementexercises l.: '
milk routeman, revivalist, pastor print . (and) took picturesof "From an examination of the him In court He said he understood Mrs Elisabeth Shsffer accompanied Meth-Wlck Manor, In :Cedar presented three 100. 4f,
. and now a deputy tinder the tire tracks.! Tracks show tires on Prescott's truck It his rights. He said, "I'm Mrs. Talt as far a* Rapids, Iowa. 00 Loan Scholarship from the ,
Sheriff Jennings Murrhee ed the left front tire was badly was evident to me they were guilty ? Washington D. C., where Mrs. Mr. Soule was married on Guild to Janet Marie Parker.
last week got a report oa a worn on' the inside; the left the same tires that made the "Monday June 7, 1983 in Shaffer enjoyed a so-called May 8th to the lady who Is Patsey Louvenla Patten, and
theft In the Meadowbrook area rear tire had a deep tread tracks In the entrance to Star. the morning I signed an affidavit I White House tour of Washing hostess at Meth-WIrk Manor. Alice Kathleen Kennedy
and within 48 hour had his (new); the left rear tire had ling's yard"Prescott. Defer Judge Rivera ton.
man via a route that Sherlock a deep tread (new); and the said he had not charging Van Harold Prescott
Holmes must have paid tribute right rear tire was worn .(almost lent the truck to anyone the with grand !larceny" There was an attendance of
to.The slick). The tracks also night before . (he) said he 43 at the second of the mission NOW STORE338LBS.
theft Involved some piping showed the rear tires were wider wore a size 7 shoe. When I study group last week.
from storage lot in the than the front. Mrs. Seldon Barrows had the
a asked if he would object to my '
SHINE CHARGES REED (left) devotions which were In keepIng -
Meadowbrook area on Highway "Mr. Starling and his em going to his home and lookingat I'z'
I with the subject of "LaityIn .
21, owned by C. D. Star- "
ployes, SummersiU's report his shoes he add "No Sir. Three Maxville men including Bill Keeo son or Mrs. Her "
Mrs. C. A. O.
ling, a contractor. Sun nerslf continues "all said the tire He said he was home the night a father-and-eon team man E. Reed and the late Mr. OFFROZEN
Pease reviewed the book "BlackUtopia"
got the report at 7:15 o'clockon tracks looked exactly: like they before because he was definitely were sentenced: In Circuit Court Reed was Installed president i
the morning of June 4. i were from a truck owned b11 In th 'dog house' for last week to serve six months of the Tallahassee Jaycees, written by her eon FOOD. ..
and Ms wife, Dr. and Mrs. W.
But let SummersiU tell his one Van Freacott. I contactedthe staying out all the night be- to three year on charges of Saturday, May 6 at the Holiday H. Pease Mrs. Theodore Run- WALL WECU.
own story. I Duval Sheriffs Office and fore. When asked If he had possession of a still. Inn Tallahassee. Bill be-
yan reviewed the first chapterof
From his official report: . wi went to see a Mr. Bell been in trouble before he said Police Identified them as comes the thirty-third president
a book written by Dalsuke
"I accompanied Mr. Starlingto for whom Prescott was supposed . he had served two year Everett Lee Manning 50 year of the Tallahassee Jaycee Kltacawa an American of
the scene. There I determined to be working . Mrs. for moonshine" j old; his 33-year-old son, Bobby *. Japanese ancestry. The title
a vehicle had been back Bell told us Prescott was with All this was not enough for: ; and James Junior Carter, In his alx years as a memo of the book was "Race Relations I .I
ed Into the entrance his lot Mr. Bell, but not working . ." SummersiU. He held'' Prekcott 33, all of Maxvlll. ber of the Tallahassee Jaycees, and Christian Missions."
. (and) by the footprints "Prescott showed up later for Investigation obtained some I, The trio were arrested last Bill bal received numerous Mrs. Runyan will continue the
it was evident there was only In the day at Mr. Starlin,'. more leads and then discovered November by State Beverage awards. He was Jaycee of the review of this book at the 1
one person Involved and that storage lot He said he had been the stolen material at the site Dept authorities. They have Year 1041-62; recipient of the next meeting on the 16th.
ho wore about size 7 shoes. home all night Thursday night. of a new home. Prescott according been out on 1500 ball since Keyman award 1961-62; 1182- I
. this had occurred after the He said he had learned from to the report bid on then. 63; 1983-64 and 1984-6. Mrs. Gertrude B. Parry left
rain (of the day before). Footprints Mrs. Ben that . the police the plumbing about 30 percent lie has also held the following this week to spend the summer

showed subject had were looking for him about under the other blddera'J Say You Rend It in offices; director 1961-62; with her daughter Mrs. Beach, 1017 IT iM$ MOMOSi
climbed fence at the south some material that was stolen "I returned to jail : I Till: CHKSCKNTSUBSCRIBK; third vice-president. 1962-63; at 212 Wlnfleld St., Corning, i
end of the gate, that he went from Starling's yard. Prescott pm. Sunday June 6," the deputy first vice president 196364; N. Y. No. 14632. I W6tsi AUI'de
to'each pile of fittings In the said sometimes he passed reported, (Prcott) "said : NOWI! treasurer 1964-15. wf y1yTAI1 9A10y.
1 ,,
On the state level Dill hat .ea.eau., w.
ta7eAM1ili iiaasat} teL fBjMB vFB'ajenJFr gB>fVJHB*V mS&inw allsll gs served as state chairman for Mn.last week from W.Storey a visit\ returned with r IMAM CUslti$

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.El Jaycee Week relatives and friends at Ft.
a and state safety chairman
Knox Ky., Chattanooga Tenn.,
1964-65.\ and Macon Oa.Th .
I Bill Is employed by the state M.dd V.906
Broward Williams,
; tatJefZIJ, treasurer preacher for the Penney
and ha the petition .
10.15 o'clock aervlc.son
Memorial ;
Ptt I Il the Chief Examiner's Office Sunday will be the Rev. II. 9.7KELVINATOR FT.
P W. drady minister of the First

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HICKS RITES HELD as H. Wright, Episcopal Bishopof LKOAi., none I LEGAL HOTICa I OWNER". _---

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brother. faWNBR: North
t Services for Mrs. Josle of' NOTICENOTICE .j *'." hook
,Members the family re. .L........
Lot 4. Block 41. O.C.S.. Calvin: Wllco Earl Francis .
, Wright Hicks, who died at quested that flowers be omit 47. poYE1p 447 .5,7*

Clay Memorial Hospital Monday contributions is hereby given that the following described W ft. of lot i. block 41. ........ *'." Suburbs
ted and said may ::trl: U OR No. 11. Yap 42* Milton H. Pcmroy blo k 19.. North Frank; i ri.r. ............ 0
after a long Illness, were be made to either the Amerl lands will be sold at public auction on the 6th day of July, I Vja Tl.' "IU|

held 1965, at the City Hall door in Green Cove Springs Fla. East tt .( lot 4 Block 44. end 1ft. of West half of rl'\
yesterday In Wilmington can Cancer Society or the Jacksonville 11
wt 11 ft. of lot 4, block 44, ... 41,76 11Lot II. Nortb Suo
N. Hearing Society, 325 to pay the amount due for all taxes herein set opposite to G.C.8. Fred" Mildred Bridge burl 10 lilock Ed Bartley: . . . . .. 11.11

t C.Mrs.. Hicks, who was the Market St., Jacksonville.In the same, together with all costs of such sale and advertising. South <"4 of lot 4, and north H" 11. Block l.,

wife of Eugene C. HJcks, Jr., addition to her husband, cr Oak: lot 8t I S/D/Q.C.S.block 47, Bordeni J. Alton Brooker ..........15,., Lot' F.1luburbLot Eva Lee Hill ..... ..... . I.TI

retired general freight traffic she leaves two sons: Eugene DESCRIPTION OF LAND OWNER T ft. ft. Lot. SID
Lot 1, Block tl, Bordn' Oak E oft Let 11.. 19. North lIu.burb. : .
manager of the Atlantic Coast Hicks, III, of Charlotte, N. C., Part of lot 97. Palmer 4. Ferrla' t St. SID lea* part to BKD. .. ....... 1.16Jeannette Block. IB OU NDo 5pare ..
Line Railroad, was a native of and Dr. Charles Hicks, of Tract a* recorded In liB 47, O.C.S. Fred Legran ..525 II Stoke Peacock ... . . . ? 1I.U
, 1' 169 Slater B. Rcberton'' ...,. &
Wilmington and a lifelong Chapel Hill, N. C.; two broth. : ? Part of block 61, Borden' Oak Lot I. Block 10. \

J member of the Episcopal ers; Bishop Wright and John Part In DU of |block$, P u,17 Palmer, aa recorded& It'er. St.(i, Page B/D/OC.8.161 ai reo. in DB Lugo ...... .. 4,71 IE.Iullrter and\ west ball of of Lot. a*..reo.leek IB '

Church. Laurens Wright, both of Wllmlngton rl* Tract Erneet Tlppln .......... .. .. ", .Norih> Book buburb 70 page 48tgW Leo K. Holland ... . . .... 11(1
Lot I. Block 7, Wilson ft Kirk. 1.ed:)
Services, at St. James Episcopal ; three grandchildrenand Part of easterly 111 ft. rf block Patrick B/D North Suburb.. Leonard Wolf ......... 10.15 Lot I Slack
eight nelces and nephews U7 Palmer & .'.rrl. tract, aa Quarter of Annie Stewart ...... . ... LIlDdsey
church were conductedby recorded In DB 13, P 7t Bonn! L. ft Bruc A. > Part of lot 1, block 16. Smith 10. .North Suburb
the Rev. William Dab, rector Helm Funeral Home was in Robertson ........ .... .. Plat of block 14, North Suburb of Lot 2. Block 10.
a* rc. In OR No. 14. BE Quarter ft.Wlltord Davl. ,
.' and by the Rt. Rev. Thom. charge of arrangements. North I ft. of lot I ft t, a* rtrorded \ Pas tit .W. Lcckett Sr. ... I" Nona auUurbE 11.11
In OU 17, P. 801, $aol- I I \ 2 Block 10.
ten' replut of W*.t I/I of West H of lot I. Mock 1% North 4S.I :\> Quarter of Lot part
block 81, Palma & )'.rri. : 'II. Suburb. Ruth Locfcttt< Meiier North suburb( except Ponxella l.' Stevens . . .. l:,
Tract. Gertrude Sapp .. ..... ta ltlterkP .
South of lot 4, block 15
H .
Don Pool's6ELFSEBVICK Lot 7, Scotton' Replat of Welt ,.h'r I.' North Suburb.. Wilbur Lawson .!'.' NB Quarter oft
Blocks Suburb
/t amt !North l ,
'/' of block 87. Palmer 1 tt
Kerrl Tract. Franklin Roenbuh .. .... East Suburb H of.lot U block It), North W. R. Hall ..14 a'w.196 In bred Book 19. pars May William . ...... . ". |.|jHelen
Lot I, Soctten'i B'plat of wilt
Palmetto % Houston Green Core a/> of block 17 Palmer 1& I.' Edit H cf lot I block 11.' North Puburbsoas tee.InkOlt. .No.North II.

)'e.rrl. Tract. r Franklin Roaenbuih ...... (. thereof Suburbs, lees Northerly 7> tu W. a Hall 1.47 585 William .... . ". io.;|

Open 14 Honrs Every Day Weat 4'i ft. of lot 15 and all pave
of lot 16 Franklin Htiuare a North at <* ef let I, and 7. Block North
Fblleo-Bcndlx Machines 8/U of block 100 Palmer & i IL'10l! ft. of the at H of *.<' /u.urb. aster In Deed Book Mamie Lee Forreet .. . . 1.:1;|
Double Leads S5o 10-Lb. Single Loader lie Ferris Tract. Jack and Ida Drooker ... .. ". : lot 4, blck 20 North Suburb Minnie Let Pascal 41.. pure 46

naff Dry lOe North part of lot K block 101, A Lot BO ft. by TO ft. on N rth. Port of Lot reDaen S
Palmer & .rrl. Tract. Lester Crockett ... . ..,. ,. . west Corner elf< Lot i. Block lIuburb. II. ( Johnnl Knox ...... . .. 1.11
EVERYBODY WELCOME! 20, North Suburbs u rec In 44 pane IS
\ Part of lot A. Block 102 Pal bad Book 4, pap tit Wilbur Lawton .tl.1
mer ft Ferris Tract, a. reIn North
LIB 103 1-' 111 Bobby Davis .. .., .,. .. Lot 1 Block 21. North Buburl Viola ) 10.1 Loburlu eare8ptcpart rec. InDeed
niaioiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiuiiiiHiiiiiiiiii: IqIISIIIIIIIIIIIINIqIIS11111111911111NIIIqIIIqIISN11111191::: qIIIIIIN1111111111110 U..*k 91.' Pa?* 2.7* On
Let A, Block 103 Palmer A Lot 1 and part of Lot 4. BUck ) )BookIlook
Ferris Tract, tu ren In fill _> 21. North Suburbs Wilbur Lawson .>!.? 102 paxeal04. Peed
177. P 63, l loo part roc. In I'll 441 OH No. 1m. page
I' John's Radio & TV 79 1'1111:' mil ilB 85, P 101, 1)13 Lot T, Z>loc4c It. North SuburB. Ethel 101 Ion 431 palls OH No' 17. page 286 OUNo. ft Deacon 8.ok

JOG, P 189 J. Slater Smith ,... . .. ... I. South hit tr Lot I. .Jlock II, !l 19 page 331 Preacher Relief ...... ...... .. . .. "I

Lot I ft 6, Mock }, a S/D of North Suburbs Willie James Hummer .... 201
It C A -: :- ZENITH lot C, Block HiS, Palmer & PMt of t."i !. Dlotk 21. North
Kerrl Tract a* reo. In OU North hilt lit Lot 11 Block 11, In Reed Book
I R. rec. .
24)Coloit Hendrlck 19.11
AMAXA:\ NOKOE J A1TLIAXCESErptrieuccd : 16. P, 151. Albert ft Margaret Hodge. ..... North Suburbs Peter TUdal 91 pane S75 Louts E. ? ?

Lot T. Block t, a SID of Lot C, h South half of Lot 4, Block tl, North
-e- .. 1.75 Part of
lal. .
Block 103 Palmer ft .Ferrl North Suburb TII< sotie3reclInkD..d Book
Service On All Makes c@ Models Albert W. Yodge5'..], ... .. . Subur part reo.Part .
Tract Lot 5, Block 21 Lee south 41 45, P use 501 except 64 Carrie Bcott ...... .. .. 1171
SERVING CLAY COUNTY OVER 20 YEARS Lot I, Hqg-ene ft Wilkin Ion TU- ft. and south 10 ft. cf Lot 7, In OH No. 41. pare
- plat of Lot 1>, mock 103. Palmer Block: 22, North Suburb Ellen Austin Heir .,. of Lot 4. Block II. North

.> Ferris Tract Fred R Everett .;..... . .( Suburbs rec. In OH No. .. .. . I'll
.. 11.13 a*
I .
24: West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs Lot Block 12, North Suburb. J. O. Smith 431 Raymond Ponder
Lot 1 and Bcutliorlr 15 ft. of
Phone 284-3122, ,, Lot 4 & 6, of Ulock 2 of Lot North North half Suburbs of Lot 11. Block II, Joseph ft Wllhema Jam. ., I7.1 North half of Lot 7. Block 21

D. Block 104, Palmer ft Fer Ncrth Buhurhn except half .... ... . .. 1.71
UllJUnlllllllllMIIUlIIlIIlIUlMIIIHlIlIIlIlIlIlIHllINlIIlII lIIlIlIIlIlIlIIUtllllllNIIHnllUlIlIIlI1I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIINI rl. Tract Ella Buaatt Heir . .. .."..11. Nola Hrrln
Lot 1 and East IS ft. f South acre In :NW<;

Part of Lot H, Block 109, Palmer North 100 ft.Saburba of Lot, also 2. Block a Let 10 21*. Lot.' 5 and Klh/B Dkb.Lot IItIock T. J. Alderman .... . ..
ft Ferrli Tract a* rec.
AUTOMATE 15, 481 Luther E. Gillian ... .. ...... ft. br 100 Ft. In HW corner 13 N
In Olt No pave
FARM .f Let 2, Block 21 Annie Fleming Barfleld .. ".&1 North
Lot. 1 and 2, Block 11. ft Deacons Sick
Lot of 23 Lot A J 14, ,lllock Oak Terrare 105, Palmer, SID Lot; 4 Except Northerly II ft. Suburbs! Relief ........ ....... . .. I.TI
ef ft )'.rrl. Tract Calvin .Brow ... ..u.. '. Block II. North Suburb. Beanie Adam 11.13

WITH APCAr Part of Lrt C. Block 101, Pal Lot 12, Blook 14, North Subnrb Annie P. Brown .t at .... lUll All niorke! II and5 irth Preacher ft Deacons Sick
SuburbsLot. Relief ............ . . 1171Praccr
mer ft Ferrl Tract ai reo.
.INTERMEDIATE In Deed Hook 105. page 406 Phylll. grows .. .. . .. .... .. Lot part I Sac ft I 1 In Block..l'b Except 11page .

143 and except part to' 1 t* IS. Block A,
Lot C, Block 106 Palmer rot
Part of
Peters and Young and dose Pine Hill S/D Mock 41 Sick
ft Deacons
TERM ft Ferris Tract a* reo.
LOAN 411 Eldon J. ft Annie Kobrn.on" In OH Nf). 77, page (14. North North Suburb Relief 11.71'
Deed Book 100,
In page
Suburb Aal l. Jenkins ............ I.UMIre.

Part of Lot C. Block 106 Palmer Block B, Pine Hill I sic
Let 1.1pr..h.r.
to Northeait quarter ef Lot 4, McDanl .
up In OU ft No.Ferris 51, Tract page 157 a* reo Eldon Rrblnian .. ... .. ... . tilovk 25, Ntrth' Suburb Ethel Ca.oua ..., ... 11.71 of Block 41, North Suburb* Dclphua

7 years to repay Lot 10, Pool'. Replat of Lcla A Block lot 15 II ft., by North lit tt.Suburb la Lot al. Lo Pine Hill to I 8/D Incl.of mock: : II B., Slrk
ft Deacon
i Ferris HAG, Tract dock 107 Plat Palmer Book ft 4, rec. In Deed Book I, page III Henry Jordan ............ 11.{. North Suburb Relief ................ .. IL fprerhers

Get the "caih" you seed to pan 71 Charles E. Ted ... .. ... ., .
North 10 ft of the Weet 110 ft
make yoar,,,operation as profit f" 4 table Part of Lot F, Block 107 Palmer of Lot I Block 26. North S.. Lets 1. I, I 7, t and !t. Block ft Deaooa. Sick
borrowing -espl burb. .* rea. In Deed Book Ik Kcrth Suburbs .. 1t.1
at possible by ft Ferris Tract, bring the 16, 271, Relief .; ,
at aim pi* interest rates Wen 131 ft. of the Kaet 'IIIft. Iafl'. and rOlotll.I f

i from PCA. Get the money reo.. of In tho OU North No. 16,141Vi vase (1*6, aPart Robert Fe.ter . ... . ,. H, North Suburb Joe Fleming ........... ... T.U Lot/ I. Block 67.12 except All Block Lote 11 7.,,.

yu need from FCA / South half ef Let 4 Block II I s".anll Block It, North
Lot meek 107 Pal. .
be/or you shop mer of A F F.rrl* Tnaot being; "J' .it'I I North Suburb Alberta Walker, ... ....... IJT Su.ulb. preacher Relief .ft Deacon Sick I111
171 ft., of the east 44) '
t west Lot I. Annie Jon. S/D of Lot
ft. of the much III ft. except I ft 4, Block 17, North 8u- Lot I. Block 71. Bordoa Place. ll11B.
of north
the pest 100 ft. the i
Ntrtkeast P30411eMIB Credit 110 ft. thereof. Frank Foster ..... .... .. 14. barb James T. Ease .... ... .U North Suburb Iris Bell .

\ Part of Block 1 SID J. ". "ll
AM.alatloa Lot I, Flamingo F.ur 8/D of of Lot I, Lot 1. Block P Shand Plat
mock II, a* roe, In OH No.
5M Edfcwood Anna 1, Tract the part, per of plat Palmer book A 5,Ferri.Pac* II. peg 19 Willie Au.tllI ..........,. 11.11 Lot 4. Block P, Shand flat Georgia Ann Holll K.*'

e 1M Slain Itte FaUtt .. ....... .
"t. Jaokaonrfla I James C. Harper Part of Block I, Berrlan'a 8/D Lot 1, Block Q. Shand Plat Wllll* Mae Freeman ""
TsJL sU Bata TaL EV 4-1141 of) Lot 1 Block II North Su I11
Part of Palmer Ferris Tract burb.. a* reo. In Deed Book Lot 1 Block Q. Shards Plat Arthur DeLoach .
*' rec, In OR Nr9, Pas
114. Joe Llnnce ...... .... .... 41. page 11 John" Martha Jesse .... .. 11." Lot I. I to 11 Incl., Block Q. J1"

j Part of Block 1. Ut 1 Work Bhand Plat Wilbur Law.oa .
A lot lying between Idle wild II. Berrlan'e S/D North Su.barb.
Ave, and Uon renture Av. *, a* reo. i I. need Book Lou 1 ft 2. Block U. Bhand lIT
In Palmer ft Ferrla Tract a* Eva Le Brvnaoa Rill .
rio In OR No. 77, pace 107 H. P. Tames ... .... ... II. 41 II. .page.... 149 471, and Deed Deed Book Book 44, Plat *

I ; SEE YOU ATEchie'5 'I A lot lying between Bonaven pep 211 Frank .......,. ..... 11,11Malls. Lot Plat 4.1 and t Block U, Shandi Frank Myr ''"
Lf ) and Idl.wlld Ave.
r" ture Ave. Baal It ft. of Block 1 Let I. I
In Palmer ft Ferris Tract a. Tome .. .... .... IL1dram Block II. Berrlan'a g/p Lot 11 ft 12 Block U, Shand II.51
Its:. In, OR Ne. 77 Pace_101. H. P. ,.. North Suburba a* roe In Deed I Plat Wini P. ft Evlya: Pla.m.r
Book' /. pane I* and III ei- I
I : tI Part of bloc KO. fthanri' 8/D rcpt part to Lodge Lot 50, Lot I Block V, Shand Plat Ell.ha Garner 11.7Ellsha

Palmer ft Ferrla Tract ai ro Davt . .. ... .. ... .. '. Mvldrow Lot and Lot to AI.
I In OU No. II, pace I. Ion Mitchell H.lra ...... '.1. Lota Shanda 1. I Plat. 11. IS Block V, Garner 4"E.

; Bait fine half of lot went of Lot 1. Block I rf Lot I Her-' 'I IS
A.C.I. R,. a* rer In OR No. rlan'. lID Block 10 Mown! Lot. 1 aad I, Block W Bhand
I 14. Pag 171, Palmer and Suburb Martha to flat :. H. ft. Bradley .. 11.11
I Ferrli Tract David and Evelyn Knight .. Neat Jones .... .. I.'III
Lot I. Block t .f Lot t B... Lot. 4 and 4. and Lot It. Block
I A lot went of AC7,. R,. and rlan'. I/IJ.f Block 21, North W. .IIa.... Plat Leeai part
ncrth of Center St. a* rec. Suburb ._ I. Deed Beak It*,
Edward William. ... page
.. .
.. 1.11 .
In Deed Book 14 Page 110, lit .. Wilbur La.... ........... "
'IN" Palmer ft Ferrl Tract. Bob Weaver .. . ..... .. T MorUI Half of Lot 4 ft .. Block
.. . I of Let t Berrlan'i ./0, O/ .,- -.. Lot I. Block W, Shandi Plat Slla Cotton 1111
A lot of 71 ft. br 70 ft. In NWcorner r Block II, North Suburb. Nola tfertsg ......... 1.11
of Lodge Lot 7, Palmer Lot I Block W, Shand Plat WI""' .. Lawion I.n
Ferrla InDeed Lot. I ft 11 Block 4. .f Lot
ft Tract a* eec I
Book II, Pe 440. Nola Herring1 .. ... ........, Herra,iTeB>, Block II Lot 1. Block 'W. Shandi Plat Wllbar Laweon ......> ll"
North Suberb C..rl. 11a. Wr"arr .
. 10,11Ele.e

Lot 'IS, liewltt'.lm Willie ft Theresa Plnmmer Lot 11 and part of Lot It. BlockW.
of aa reo. In OR Skanil.. Plat aa d..... In
.I Lot 14.: Dewltf. S/D Macy Adam . .. .... *, PaN rl"h: Nortk Suburb Peed Book Itt page Sot lames ft Laevlna R.... .... 1111Ellaha

: heater ............ 11.11
. 1-l
Lot II Pewltl'a 8/D a. reo. Lot 1. Block WI. Shand Plat Garner .
In OK No. II pace III. Mld.tat. Home, tae ,.. ..... A lotS ft t y 10 ft. I I. Nortk
Central part fill Let I BlockII. I Lola II and 11. Block CX
Lot 17. Devltt'aSD Zeporah Wile, .. .. .... North Suburb*, a. reo. Sh**.U Plat Richard ft Corrla Miller .. lull

.ot 11, Few lit'* lID 1 loran Triton . . ... .. ..... ... In Peed Book I*, page eat Nola 11.rt.g .......... ..71 I INol. lass S to IS. tact. Block XX

A Lot II ft by III ft. In NW Shanda Plat Kllaha Screen .. 10.1"
The Bes/ Meet Let tl, Dwltf I/D E. Z. Fluids .,v, ... .. ..... '. Part of Lot I Block II, North
Ut It Block HX Shaada Hat ..... ini
...., 10.l Suburb aa roe. In Peed Book Albeit Flower .
Lot II. Hewitt1. 8/D Arvllla Aldrldg .it 1. pag I II. Lee part t*

i .. Part of lot II, Dtwltt'i' SID '.. Herring ....... ..... ..,. Lot".1 24.ft.Block Shaada HT.Plat except * Ellaha Career |.M
.. ........ .
a* In OR No. II, Page 134. Loul.a Battle Part of Lot I Block It. North
Suburb aa ..... la Peed ..11 Let /. Block IX Shand Plat Naomi Rlchard.oa l"Rkaard

I Ii" COTNEYTIRE Lota Park I ft 4, Block 11, Idl..114 Llllle 1. (Cruc ........ 51.. page 411 Ilnora: A. 11..1. B..n lit Lot 11. Block tX Shaad Plat ft Corrla Miner .. I"

Pal ......... Part ef Lot t. Block II North
Park Feces W. ITI
Not I. Block II Idle wild Suburba. aa reo. In OR No.' Lot U. Block KX Snaad* Plat AaaJe Peader leery .

!1/k7 Lot' 4 ft. 4. Block 11. Idlewlld Ronald ft Frank! Brook.r .... /1. peg 141 Arthar Brews ............. ILIt Lot ,II, Block MX ...... Plat JeoaU Hellar4l .. I "
A Lot I* ft by Ut ft *. East lac
1sal '
.......... aide of Let I Block II. NorthKvibarb 11, Bleak IQ.
1 Idlewlld Park lames B. Padgett TlDoaald
h .I!* SERVICE All ot block *. bound .. North ft aaanda Pint Alfred K: Seller 41

f 41, teept lot* I, 1, t. ft Weet by laude .f Herri*.
BIT, Idlewtld Park Herbert ft Mare Beatley ? eel by ACES Ry, couth by Lot SI. Block SX Slap Plat Snroek'' ...<.' il
Pnvl Laird letPart Hertag ............ 1.11
Or. Part A Kiat Ja4ks4tTU.CV ..''* Lo Block 41. Idle, j i II Lot .. Meek TX Saaad Hal WUllo. Hdoa ..o-o..r.... ITI
I ''IJ'Park of roo. la OR .. '.I' ., Lot 4 Mock t*. Wert.I"blfk .-# r
W. Bentley ........ III. aa ,... la Deed Book 'B'.0.
Walter Lot
IIILole 1. Mock ltl
Pk.Rll MMT It .IT 4Mllrrtom II. Page Ml pap 11 Re/Nte A i..enle Jekeeea .11.1' ,TX Baaafta rialaad : I.*.*' Bryaaf ......

k4tt1AI* I ft I. Block. 47. Idlewlld tames E. Padgett ..e.e. .. Part ot t..t 7. Meek St. NortkSebMrba o 1Wnlu La i *.,Bteeh .TX. flees* J.11.; ..
Park II
s a* ..... la Deo4 Book PIa Loeaard B mle*jTJaraM lt,<>
I Peril ef leis I ft I. Mock II.P J 41 peg 17* Map ....... ....., '..11'h It
Hamilton lID aa reo. la 0 Meek l. Soup Hat Aaae T. J..ti.i... I.TIErneal
DB 17. Pac' 141 ,I. C. less .. ............ Lot !Let 1 Mold: N.ry .:
or S Meek .. .?...* >... 5.
r I Lot T. Mock II. P..... Haralltoi bar*. ida I4. Ceepet ............ "U
SDLot F. N. ft Mary .Laaberc ... Easterly '1ft..1 Let .. MookIt Nona II;t1 1.55a f\:. a a aad
eC Lot I
r UM ssaaltai to tile UBOOTt. Block It P.B, Hamilton ", .rtll "-'Ita"'., aa ro*. la Oat. Mass 0eWe. ; >-T<
S/D I." ,- George Peel :.. ....... $. OR N. SIT .JLPart .Bell "It' .. ......... in Ttppt.e l .......... _

Distributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteries Jut: U *f t lot .. block T, O.C.S. .. P. Aaderaea H.I,. ....,... ... :' I.rtoo ef Lot a*2 f.Week**. ta Poo I*,*rtfrtka Book ,Al"Deeelly Lete 0...1..S.Ogle I sae Meek II, PbDlp Carmtehael ...... >* iIEr.e.t

tames D. Better ........... l-
Lot I ft .. Blcck III, O.C.S.A 55a 441 aa4 Deed Book
Mack 15 ..
'1 U-cAPPDQ .:. 12> lot II tt by II ft. !I. ta* JT T .1.1. J r Rosa II aa4 it. .&-
f REPAOUKO: corner ot lot U block ... Part of Lot 1 Sleek N. North 051Rl44.1. ..t...... sea o.t. Maa.e : Tipples ............ T.TCraeot <
; DCS. aa roe, la OR No. It. William ft Jaaalta Gloatt ... .berb* a* reo. la OR .... 5U
1D41DORANGE .... IIIBaat i.e. . ar-:11. f.4.
pee It 11e.K . ILU I =
w w .I Ora Maa.i Tipples l ...........
F .51.11. Mock It; I" ...
r PARK H ..)0( Part 'W tt .. BI.., M Berth .
'- j" Let S.
aca ao Meek
14 ft N 100 n. '1 hs 1irJJ!: 54. Oew.. Oau
reo. la OR N*.' U pass 11K Rill Pa/gets : ..":.= Isbach. a.ton. 0.5 4Meek ; Maaer .... *"
.t" l' 1. .... : Farnoa ..!.....
:,\9\Sinclair Station Road Service Lot 1. Block 40OCA.. etcoot Is saps.sp o" ." ., : \ ;
i M4 a part re*, la DB ill pars 114. Ray Allea.-i.0 ... .. *. .. Wt:;: .. ... ', ( 14 sXTajrlarTax

\ .1f "aF 11 PYn INMtlf Lot I ft. 4. Mock It O.C.8. Calvla wn*** ...le.:.:;.*;... fl'w.11 tl& .. ,t ...a.N ...' . 0 ..\ ,").'eRwoY" ...t.. j'' QXUeUrCity

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jTHURSDAY, JUNE 17, U65 QIlaU1! QIoqp t V Qlresccut I I

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I I Jacksonville who will fl0 1 .I Iprp..nt 1
FOR SALE FOB RENT LIIGAL MOTlCkl e. CLAY HILL BAPTIST long revival series at Clay Hill

HOMECOMING SUNDAY a program of t upu during which the visiting rain

IN THE rillCI? COI'HT OP songs during the attention! liter will be the Rev C. W.
FOR SALE Desirable! man FOR RENTS Furnished 1-bed, The annual homecoming of
TIIM KOI H Ml JtnlCIAt.cituiir following; dinner. Several Oil l;tr Carter, pastor of Black Pond .
S-apt. house, all improvements, room alr-eoadltloned iAMI! run ILAYIOIMTI will
house Clay Hill Baptist Church
; KI.ORIIIA.IM quartets will join them dUI I i Baptist Church. Services will

suburban. Leaving town. Seoo.. extra clean. Located 111 Bar tllAM.fc.MY.No. .: be held next Sunday June 20, the afternoon program.: be conducted each evening, beginning *

Write for farther information St, GCS. Phone GCS 214-1211.184I9MO. Ia-1-C It was announced this week by' The homecoming event c'.1l I at 7.45.: o'clock. Monday . \

to Box: S7S. The Crescent, (ltf ALICE DAVIS ROBINSON.D. the Rev. James Saunders pas mark the opening of a a.., 1 k through Saturday.
Green Cove Springe. t-17-ltp :/r/' Al Its.
FOR RENT S-reem furnished I'UinlKf. tor.The regular Sunday morning e 1EOIL NOTION LRQIL: NOTICB *
SALE bedroom brick Apt. lOt West Street $51 a vs.WASIUNOTON.
i wonhlp services will be con. '
NOTIfH tit' TIC: tin
house I lots 50' 1122'
on E. : :
month Including ntllltlea and HAHUItr: a. UWNUUIC'I BIiNJDIl'TI, ducted, with preaching at 11.00: NOTICE 13 J1KHKBT!: lI) \ !1I:N that the following dorll>*4
Within city limits on N. St. Phone OCS I84-M1K tte h JoHN P. UllAVATllck.UKIl Un l l. will b. tol Johns Ayen.'ID aril furnishrd : -- >* wife TAYLOR.JOHN l>. a.m., followed by dinner on the Itel nt th: City II"n Ulnhta, County of Clay Stts ol
I 1 -- WlLoMN. AUNkM T. TAY1.OH Church grounds.: A special tea Horul I *. pay th a"+ for laser hrla sot opSoolb..
...++++++i "MwT ati"M or nfurnlihed. For Information FOB RENTS I-room furnished KuUtHT 1>LL>LRY| I'Kl'kit: samo, tOKthr with ill pnih: .'* and coal 9t sutlt *al* and ..h.,.
ture of the morning services klilnaHal to start at U tlo I I. ,
cottage on river For Informs M'ULKY u < neon
phone ZS131tS or LiUULhYi; : JKKNIH!: :
Uoa phone I81-J374. ./k/. "Jl<11iSX" IIPLIIIYI| Jk.ll'B1K : will be the appearance of the ,...... .1
8 Jtfe S-lltf iinner Tmnrs A C'.1o
/ KMolIT; ItOUISSUM. formorly iWIl'
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING; RATIOS Jk.MSlh, ) KNIGHT, J'HlSt'lu- Williams Brothers quartet from t.ot. 10, ntk II Hal MhIk"' Ptoe1 plua We! .
Iota 13. NH of tl bilk toP, II '
ney '' Heiirmrn" Cr. tin? pig* adv.Mi
l Lt> : UAMUtk.: -
FOR SALE: Farms. LA LhY; nIllIiIIN -- Iola I III*: 10 K :
lundel 144 plun adv
IIIXP WANTED furmrrly JI.S 1K HL'liLKV.: and' LVMItl. NO-TICK sIS ;
8 POINT TYPE; (This size Two bedroom house, furnished.Lot UA\MUN1I UUlJlJiYl: absv.. fart ef IT rln.t'''.' Add. I.. s''' wrolrr. III .hla adv.
tiaras. Rln rr*>t Add' I.e UIIi II17 plua adv
type) First insertion, up CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Per U front by ISO deep.' East SALES WORK poured per100tnot,, known lit b* lTIIM 101 HT OP TUB Part of tl Plnooro.l Add. KJo.' h\aSh 4:t4 plus I ale,
i Excel: dead or alive, and If dead l the ('01's'Y JIIHJH,
to 30 words for 41,50 allover column inch. 140. No discount aide golf course. Oan,.. El- lent for st-mi unknown .po...', heirdenies.... Lti COIT,, p'Ru1111).1 I.tls Park It lilk. I beset. Fmt: ..m V. Oallanl Iii ,Iu. ......
30 at 6c word. Additional opportunity, amlgu'" per wood Johnnon. G C 8, Phone In Trokalo. U.t S Blk. "un Park Ihlil tmvau 141 |>lua adv. ,
*. Sesnlur., other GMAI of Lot t. t lilt. I Hunrla
retired In "I I.
consecutive Insertions m- 6SZ. Re ld.nt SOS South man or woman to I ?rlnlniant and *i.arlfti claln nvVAHU J. 8ACIITJEV, iark Ifar r 8, Olmn adv.'

minimum of $1 JO; all Magnolia G C S. (OppoulUYam call business houses. in or{ni(attain Intrroit the by,MidANH1V through. undc. l>.c.d. i Lot I Oik. I Runrli Park Al. lltN'I', ,. u: Blu.: adr:,
r-.ra n.\oI\
over 30 words at 4c TON K. BFXKniirr and 11.\11.\ TO AI.T. CKmiTOHB' AND PFH.HOSM '
per Mill). i-lC-tfe Clay County : 1 '* C..nlor,
area Kxpones 1t""INtI'I.AUIII oil I'11.AIAse's
HUT K, HrNrniCT::' hl. w '.: l-lt. IT 14. tit t
ord. (For cash with order AOAIVHT SAID El.TATEI : -
CARD OF THANKS, and plus liberal oointni JUHV P. UUAVAT Il.itlltT.YI.ORt :
to avoid bookkeeping and FOR SALE OR TRADE t Owner : J P. \ 'll>0fcAllKVrt -
IN MEMOIIIAM ,. l\\j) You and .. I.t )ou are
: Up to 30 slons. R: IIOHKH
mailing, 25c discount on first will sH or trade fit.tOO.00 Must lui\e ar. Ful UI'UhIST l PKTKR. 1'LIH tfJMNNIK : hcifhr. notified ami '.'1111,."

insertion and 200 discount words for $150'all over 30 S-brdroom concrete block home or part-time woik. Inter l Ii'I'Lt Y, a/ka "}PVNY In !>.*.enl. any ,'l.lm. anililfiiHimU 1JV"HA T rroManhattan I3TJY'Umthtt
IItTrRT I JFHHIR KNHIHRiiniNHiiV .kl>.h. you or oilheof \
oa each additional). at Sc per word. .n Arlington River, Jsrasonvlll Citing sale, service Moik I ronnorly, JTiWIKVH'HT II': .nn. 'nor tiav* *.al". **..

Fla. Will trade for first Write fully to "Sllll : :OAMIIUE rRl-WIU. PI fufin.r,:L'T: KTJhHHIK 5.1010 I d rr*<.*K1J\VAH1.:i..4. late J, "KACIITJKM t ..101 % ) l

11 POINT TYI'K 1 : mortgages, lake die Income jmniK: hl'ULBYad: l RAYMi'N: Pnunto, ':I.hj..County:: Jndco of Q G
1 1'. 0. ]Box Sit, flreei l'I'I'I.tY. and aU ixrenno rUIn I riny ,, -, at Ma "t- .
(This i size type!) First property, or amaie. Mill pay Ins any estate rluht title or fit* In the rnurt bites nr .Rl4I'niiniv .
LEGAL ADVERTISING difference or finance balance Cove Springs, Fla. Ifc ''''.'..1 In or lien' iiprn th. Cool at lrrn Con Bnrlnca.VlnriilA .
| insertion!! up to 30 property. herein rfmrrllied (that within .H I.II.IA.
First Insertion" I1.2J33 per Phone II. Ilenog. CCS. Illtilt. viewing Ie driHrlt In flea CumiUlni). months from ill lime rr the
would for .3.00 all over LADIES Millions are fir.l nuhlleetiott' this' nnik
inch S-l0-2tp. or any part lk rnf /ht :
: ; each additional Insertion Avea Iiefendanta, Two Contra of rlulm. nr d**
I Calling" on TV, Show *
:30: lit JOe per word. Additional mind hnll lie In wrlllnv and Shirts
,7333 per' Inch; oral FOR,, SALE Levrly S-room and yen will sell! We'll train NOTUH UK StIT thsll .lot. th" ..I.'. pe r..I".".'
consecutive! insertionsminimum to f'lrlt'the ,nl r>o.t offlc* * required by Statute.READING ewe pin paavUnc throughout. I yea amount of TILL 8TATH OK lrWIUl.o\'W1 and ukall. h* awnrn inh

of X Landscaped lot, IOU l money yea need Vials now to \SAilll.NHUUN JlAltlUh.1: K.U.: llkMLUICI llkNhUlvJTand : .: l, the ilnlmant hi..i.nt. nr H'AKANTKKD:l

$2.40() ; allover 30 words _I lot feet. Excellent condition. Mrs. Ovlda Sweat 1'. O. hex h" wilei, JOHN P, UIIAVA1. Mnrnev N''I'n* fro and nr on aooiMiinnnl* rlnllar and k e*.u>b 0 to keep pleasing ly

jat $c per word (For NOTICES: Per Call owner, CCS, SI4-SSI1. 141, Live Oak. Fla.n.lle WlhmiM. TA HAJ1JUliN T TAYI.OH I P.; plum, or.demand, not ." tllydtholl staying bright
h. nt4
),u IIIf'I': 1>UI> I
.IMto LKY| 1'kTlM:: IAC'IlTJI.,.' @
|cash with order, to line, 25c.DEADLINE. NOTE OF TIIANKS lIUOl.lIYI.: :: Jk.Nfclbl:" UUl>LkV: /s a/> :..air rr W.the Will

roils bookkeeping and ANTED TO BUY OR RUNT I want to take the opportune :'fk/KNIUHT. / MOUINHUN l'UUI.I'lY1 nilHClL|form JIL8: : FIIWAItU...I Teetamenl.I. HAC1ITJKV nr !' '" l $3595.15100 I
ailing, 50c discount on Modern, S or bedroom home Ry to thank all the friends LA rly LiUDLHYl KMHIITl JKrialU; OA..l1l.lI1l Ikrwod, ItM /1 I

first! insertion! and 40e !: :: Noon Tuesday In Green Cove Springs or who were so thoughtful to me formerly JKtls11: DLDLhYl UUULKYI I : abcv i amIIAYMU.Mi ". Pint piWll. .tlnn 1-17 Man. Ll IT.. T*. If ., .J Hun 1IKUUANJWKHH :

Orange Park. Need net later and who prayed for me whileI nand perion not known lo b.
|li! emint( 0,11 each additional preceding publication date dial alive, Iv" TUN morn or TUB COI" ;4 HIIII.T8
than end ., Asgl .L Write was In the hospitals In Green or and If dad Iknkno CLAY 0'1'1' I
TV jiiMiro.
"a apuun, heir tlevlt.e. .
). of Thursday. --," Box: tit Green Cove Cove and Oalnesvule.X .r..'... aeai.noe. ll.nori. FLORID/ r..ATIIIo ; \ '

Springs. 6.17-tfp I am especially grateful for ,'...'ur., and Iran.all,.parti.. .r. claim utb rulalmsnta (" ,net Eptali O. lUKNKIt ofIIUTII aU know ('--t J. $2,99 ;

the beautiful cards and flowers lug by, throe We Mil" C. .... lUUNkH: .
or aiialnit the ash Wd AlptIhU. ...... ;
Thank lIK... ... (VI;: Dncron
you, each: of you and TON iJ 1
I' may Ood bless you. hirr K UrNr.HliT.: bl. wino; ) HAVINO (h AIM015 / I II : 3,1* Cotton '
Bruce Brooker TAYU1H: J.'lly..lI; f \WIIJUIN: HMTArKlYo : WASH[ '.' WKAUHiYVK : I

I-1MTP .t.l l KYT" + PrrKII liL'HIM IIOUKII: and each of yeu are h.r... : NOW !
Jk.M\IK liriiLkYk/ "Jr-N by notified unit r*
I NOTE OF THANKSWe tl'IlI; >l':M.Ktl:+ .. :formerly JKMIK: KNI.I1I JKMMIKNIUIITl : lent hkh any you claim or oltker and demands.1 you,

!' may "'v. asaMial lh" eaial .,
i BEVERAGES riANOS: would like to thank our JkHHIK: il A lIIl',1.o\MULE' PIIDLKY' ; Hush C. Turner alaa known no
friends Jr-MHIM MDLKY HAY.IUN Mr. C. r Tumor, deeeaaad.hiio Father's
many who flower
sent Sunday
UUI l +LKYI: and all ..,*..". tlalm of ald County, la th* Coun.I
MILBER6ER ,, food and cards and thou Ins any time narkl. till. o' Judge ot tly l County, Mort.|
PAUL'SAn QUALITY PIANOS who helped during the illness (Mereei 1 In or Hen upon 1l.,tool da. at hli oftlm In lbs ooiiMkaiwo
properly herein I deeerlked. Okala : of laid Lj>uety al Uroeolov
LIBERATION of our mother and gran&nolher I d'xrlhed In the Oom|>lainlnr ). Hprlnio. VlnrMe, within I
Now Oa Dteplay anr part f Hi ealendar month from th*
few Sake Srrrloe and to all who were kindIn Ih. paraon' reot Urn of tko '1.., publluatlon of SLACKS |
Legal Beverage our bereavement. d.".... helnn". unknown. this. "0110.. Two *opl'** of *...keinlm
SERVICE EASY TERMS I You are .....b, nnllfled Ida er '.m.". tbN ..e In fc" 4. .
< BART Too Children and S cull ke keen filed.. ...,.., roil I wrltlna', rr.:1:: .ll stallSo
Ope A.31.NIA.K. FURNITURE CO. Grandchildren of ''I. the ob.w .nllll.4 u...I and elites o( oil nool elflci Slip Out" In. :;Style! I'orFather's
I ... rUlfflMil. ...
*.1' of Un
t'walnut BtFtono M4-III thai you ar* keroby '....1'*" If *
Csdlllaslasa, Refelpi.tls..ed Mrs. C. F. Turner tits anewer with lbs Clerk shall ko sworn t* k: Ike cUlrnnnk -
rssllrg OreM Cove Bprlafs, Fla.BCAft .1 'your"'curt. and 10 ..rn a his .onl. or Horn/ **<
01. Palmetto Street Davml C.Mty UMNerth MMtp __ III.,., rsowlk..rlasslffop oomiinld by a fllln! 555<, Day
'M."I'' :: on. 4011.1'' sod sour OI.Int. .. us.
| Stone tM-MIt ef Oraage Park ESTATE CHURCH N0TICB namo and aiiom.ywhoe, m.a4 ool M fllo4 chili b. volt
M4-IM1 Wit." .AM TahAsruRn JR. ./ Wunko' furnor AyoAt
sd-1 Phone ,
CHRISTIAN SCIENCESOCIETY III! KlnnSir..I .. .1., oflo Ls tWill 8195.9195-12195
l .n.l. Toitanonl rf
TWIN riorlda IIM4nol
REALTY ... ...
BOATS later Hulk C. Turner, -
aib'Ctis tkan July e IMS.U .
Cor. E. BeasUa ft A ,. ...
.. . FI IS list FeaturingWMh I1frJChll'
yon rail ir do d pabhustlu/
UMa T. ffttK N. Magnolia An. .,. eoefsos will .ko onlorod .
[TVAPPLIANCE asalnel ... for Ik. i.llel ... 'X Wear inlMeat
INLET MARINA RatltarilrBDCMt GREEN COTE SFBtNOSFLO .,."01.' In Ik. Complaint.Tk 'n TMIS ('Ute.'I1'' Iota, .r
THH roieiTii JIIIHMI.t
UOA " being .. and 1'lnin Styles
tVIALUtf 'O" .v/: ::1..1.; 'I.C.I ? AHM or.'I'LA'
We Repair An BrasWnicrvktaag rr ( of the l'oiisrv. /.
SRI B.dy.tdMERCURY ACBKAOI A LOT I... II, INISakjeeli following land .11..,,, U Cloy an ........,. ,... .....II. '
$ day CeMlr C...,", Florida ..will rot Cllu. 01 Naomi tl ...... MEN'S SLACKS
Flip Mite** lean RiA.....5 COllin" Tfco middle" rae.tklrd *< tk. Prevail VerInline. e ", I..,.

'ALES A SERVICE: .......... IS THE: CNIYEME, INCLU1V South ..*.fcalr. .f Lot 1/. Set.Iron NOTItklJollN :
age, Park ft. 254'HlULLERiON'S t a* shown on map of
errlag day Chwqearn DUO MAN EVOLVED BY lead eaiilled "iii.. .f rloI,prWlas.
BOAT-M OTO EI.TR UEt1 / 1h11Egr210NI ATOMIC FORCE Mont and I.p,...' B. VKIUNIIIMOlilt
Land.* fleaeanl. lineal
aoeerdlnir to HIM Ree the New
Wet A Dry SterageMarlM A ......a. ",,&au.. It ratea. ,. a* rocrrded la rial New Milford., MaaeaihMCIIs
Yen are .. ,.b, notified that' .mart llylwi
e4 MesMl ... Hook I. pi** II ef Ik* pnkli ...... ',.... ..,.
14 N. Orange Ave. Way Offke MeSMtOrutie to er set. .. reord ., Clay County, rior.Ma I'ellilos.r, 1 Rich pad Sell* G9
1..1.... by hi. at frlnd an.
i Men ... lit..... vs. tnoBWAT n orrnOraage /wee --- 5 Data*!. .OTICLtOOSL / AND natural moiker', Mission. Marl. Fstlenu.AH .

VNTINO Part .... SM-.IU ) Aft L a Bar M.cmouroiT sooth Tilt North on*.hair..n*or-third.Lot /1..( .the... abolyled twiner. kne. riled guest a ..IIU.fcr. la lap the .....

Gross Give ....g NOTKnlNollre Ikn.L a* afcow .O ef flume. of his. Bam I* .1....
DtlVUJlfCJ: M ..,.., tittn. that land .milled "Map .r.t., Prevail Lois and r*. ar* r*.
the Clar Coenir 10.1.i C iimt*. da Winter. Homo and lmprv4Land Soiros bo and appear In Mk
ACCOUNTING .... will k4 a ...111,. Hearing *," aooordinir to ptaitkoroor (ours on or k.fero July I list
.. Thursday. "... II, INS, alI S* reoereled is I rial and show cane* why old poll,
AMD *e s....11.... ,. Ifco A.....bly. hook I. ...* II or tk* pub.II lion ekovld I not bo cranl4 bye
FRANK WM. OTTO A Z UPHOLSTERY ...*. .( She CUr Ct orlfcooeo ,....r4e ef Clay CoMnly, .rungs l a ocpr or your wrltloidef.nee SPORT SHIRTS
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| N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Groin Con lpria.e .nr, lo IMvmf a permit lo Mm. I* Hokerl Je.b. fcr l>*ed r.. ,' r>, o. ifoi "lit,
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& Tar BOAT TOPS A CC8HIONS8UPCOTERS on the .'_,...u .r M.,.. A r>. Mil kinsme :* name temen
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J Cfauntg' (Crescent ',I J ottikker.t( "Somos Hermanos"; r1 IK !(Oj\W\ jilBlE] L&Y. \

I GCS J84-S166 I would wish every resident use of demerits being only one DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD By Sheriff Jennings Martha

of the county had been ', .
present example.
'ICONO CUM POITAII PAID AT OmiN COWl IMINOI. rimiuPUILISHKD suffered much at the bands of Would you !impersonate a police
last Wednesday night at But this I Is not a matter, I
the special meeting* of the submit for a referndum, or officer or other civil authority
0. POE STS They wondered what we were
Board of Public Instruction. the of recriminations .
even for airing
HOWARD ,P, COOPER ... ..,_ ...-... PRESIDENT after. E Sounds like a silly question doe In'
It was there the new super of bitter teachers and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES intendent of Public Instruction frustrated mommas and pop Then our Indian pastor stepped it!
IX ADVANCE' .. forward and drew a little
showed pas. Jess Tynes was elected to
an artlc- Well it on all the time.
...... ,.. SoOO Bible from his hip He ,
_TWO YBARi IN ADVANCE! ulate and persuasive civic leader run the school system and it pocket.
and, more importantly, a can no more be done by a popu- 'held it up and cried out to the, It's a serious offense.
larity contest than the runningof nervous Indians, in Spanish,
man who refused to panic in
"whoever falsely assumes -
The h- "Somos hertnanos" The law says
ChallengeAn the face of some fairly persistent an auto agency or a'news we are
badgering or to Jettison paper. In short, there must be brothers). 1 or pretends to be a ,justice of theY

expert In municipal engineering . and a warm his own ideas in the face of certain criteria by which the Immediately, fear gave way peace, sheriff, deputy sheriff officerof
new friend of Oreen Cove . laid It on the line to the pressure. school superintendent conductshis to confidence and the Indians'' the State Highway Patrol, coroner,
business leaders last Saturday night: prod administration of the came running toward urn They
clt .
: young When it was all over, one Sheriff officer watchman
police or
schools and is not welcomed us and Invited to constable,
the city government toward 1865 or face Industrial bypassing of the few objective persons pressure Dr Howard us
one of them.I share their evening meal with Marrbee and takes upon himself to act as such,
there, an intelligent man; turn-
The Is Spanish for "we
do not and it should them. Later we gathered round him in matter
ed to me and summed it up in say or to require any person to aid or a -
I The speaker was Carl Bennett who, In a very few one word: "Magnificent." not be Inferred, I think the are brothers. the camp fire and sang hymns, pertaining to the duty of any such officer shall bepun&ihed
months, has become a widely respected and popular business weaknesses of any part of the If you learn to say these the Indians in their native tongue
It Is certainly a fundamentalof or bya
Imprisonment not exceeding one :year
and civic leader, a super-salesman for the great things self-government that all of school system should not and words, they might well be your others of our party in by
Johns-Manvllle stands for. He revealed he is being trans cannot be pointed out. But of first lesson In that language Spanish, and, to make It a fine not exceeding $400.
elected officials In
us see our
ferred out of Florida, probably before the first foot of those who took the stand . only we will have to stop little more ecumenical, I sang about the Identity of
their best moments . and In If you have any question any-
Transite asbestos pipe is produced at the company's multi- against Parker the other night, sending our armed forces Into the same hymns English: the
their worst moments Since should be able to
one representing to be any of these he
million dollar Oreen Cove plant. only two, in my view, put their those Spanish-speaking coun- same gospel songs that are
.. from a firsthand point of view charges In terms that did not tries. being sung In many languages produce papers. Don't resist arrest; on the other hand
this Is it
patently impossible
Coming from almost anyone else, what Carl Bennett la the raison d'etre of news, sound personal. Let me tell ;you of an occasion all over the world. you have certain rights. which any bona fide law enforcement ,

had to say might have been heresy. Everyone who has come and other news mediato Badgered to commit himself, when those words serveda "We are brothers. That was officer recognizes.
to know him knows he is Interested In the future of the papers to some course of action against good purpose\ the watchword.
report to the people, Insofaras
community.It Parker, Jess Tynes . backedby
it is possible, the reactionsto We had driven over the Peruvian All over South America, '
all sorts of situations of what I would regard as an Andes and were on the testant Christians are
k becoming a tragic pattern that new new
ideas, new civic responsibility in Oreen Cove seem always those who are on the public forebore outstanding it all school with board a splendid. . other side of that towering as "hermanos brethren. Pro-I'I Lit YourChy County Property with -

destined to go Into a blood bank for transfusions to other payroll. range, down In the tropics near has been has it not, the
patience. at length his
area across the nation. Thus newsmen are loved patience gave out, and ,withit the Brazilian frontier. note of the missionary message I Frank W.: Brown
From La Merced wenton we have sent to all lands?
when they report on the "mag the night Tynes stoodon we
With the opening of the Oreen Cove Yarn Company, nificent" performances of political hU hind legs and said be further into the Indian Egerton Young, one of the And Associates

Conway Owing became its superintendent. He quickly figures and cussed when would resolve the question ofParker' country. W* came to a clusterof first missionaries to preach the X_ 2. ...... >lnklr -
assumed a civic leadership and, when he went, The Crescent they report on performances competence based upon adobe huts, but the Indian' gospel to the Indians in. western 1M BJ> Highway 17 Osage TestTYn
I commented he left a vacuum that would not soon be that are somewhat less than occupants were not there. Canada, found the idea of .
his own Investigation . ... .... -
filled. George Owens, who always dared speak his piece, magnificent. And it goes with- not "They are probably off the fatherhood of God fascin-
upon pressure or
left for greener pastures. Only last week it WM announced out saying that there is more dice or personalities.He among their coffee bushes ated men who had hitherto Eir NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS ntOPEBTT49t

that Harold Relos, the county sanitarian, had gone to cussing than loving for the did not avoid or sidestep harvesting the precious crop," seen God only,In the thunder feet frontage .. V. 8. Highway 17

Raleigh N. C., for a more challenging Job. and more simple reason that, as human the iesues. He showed said our Indian pastor and and lightning. (Jot Nerth ., Green Cell BprUgs. )

money. beings, politicians or public of- himself to be his own man. guide., An old Chief said to Young, .
fice holders do not always The question arises in We entered some of the huts; "Did I hear you say to Ood,
Apart from the corporate whims that transfer their key measure up to what we had mind as to whether my it was interesting to observe 'Our Father!"
1 personnel from one place to another . and this cannot hoped from them. dialogue any of the how they were built. To our "I did," said the missionary.

I be remedied . some part of the answer to holding new Jess Tynee did last Wednesday vated. There was are political those moti who surprise we found several BIbles ."God is your Father?" asked Helm
men with new and challenging ideas lies in precisely night. and hymn books tuckedin the Chief.
hold that Jess
Tynes elect
t: what Carl Bennett had to say: "Oreen Cove must dress The reason for the special ed by political forces was between the rafters and the "Y tII."
I Itself up and look, as he put It, like a first class salesman having "
; meeting was consideration of nothing to do with the thatched roof. This was their "And, went on the Chief,
t it must get rid of its sand streets which he called "the the new plan to integrate thecounty' his fact only book shelf "He is also my Father" FllneraHome
mark of a poor town," it must screw up its courage and schools. But when accredited.It opponent. properly "These are Christian Indians "He certainly is." said Young.

1 float a bond issue sufficient to provide adequate sewage that was done; the board and simply isn't If Jew ," said the pastor "Some Suddenly the Chiefs face CHARLES HELM
treatment and disposal facilities; it must drew up Its beautiful so. has lit with
the superintendent listened pa. Tynes had one been here with the up a new radiance. His
s waterfront . it must, in short, get with it or these tiently for something like an was Bryan any political Jennings mentorit and Gospel. .'J hand went out. Then you andI Funeral Director

f newcomers will either go elsewhere, or, if they stay, will hour and a half to a long harangue though he is one of the finest Voices and some noise advised are brothers," he said, It

I live, spend and bank elsewhere. on my friend, James men lever_knew, he is not, I us that the residents of was a wonderful discovery,be /, Phone 284-9696

Parker, the embattled principalof submit,I a potential threat to the little village were return had made.
Boom Town Clay High, and other mat. any politician' in the county. ing. When they saw us they We must recognize our kinship GREEN COVE 8FBINO8 FLORIDA
tare bearing no relation to In- stopped at some distance. We with all men in the family HWT. ii EAST ... O. BOX 448
tegration. were strangers and they had of Ood. ..
Taxable retail sales In the county last month showed I would say here, for'what THE GREEN COVE STORY -

a 48 per cent rise from May of 1984. This was the greatest it's worth, that I like Parker.I Photographs showing Green
Increase of all of Florida's 87 counties and close to three think he is a fine man. I Cove's Industrial recovery
i times the statewide average. don't happen to believe he Is since the deactivation of the

able to with the Important navy baseftwer& taken duringthe
This is cope ; ; something to shout about. :
problems Of administering the week-end by a photographer -

Y Taxable retail sales include automobiles, apparel, appliances school and I can recite an impressive - for the Office of

1 and a number of other categories . they do not list of instances In Economic Adjustment- of the
; include foods or medicines, which, I believe, Parker has U. S. Defense Dept.
shown egregiously poor judgment Wayne O*Neil said the pictures .
1 The county can maintain a substantial rise by raising in dealing with our would be used to encour. THRIFT i
the quality of its offerings in the fields of apparel and youngsters Furthermore, ho age other communities that

the quantity of what it has to offer In hardwares. More has on his faculty some prima have lost military installationsto

over, there are some areas which! 'we are literally' giving donnas (and like Abou Den bring in industrial payrolls. yI LEADS TO

to Jacksonville'markets: first rate tableware, gifts and Adhem, Martha Rogers Is generally O'Neil returned to Washing F5
others.J. conceded to lead the ton Monday morning. K

C. Penney, who made a fortune in Clay County real list). GOOD LIVINGHave
estate, is making another one off us in soft goods. Mor In several frantic efforts to

rison's, a chain cafeteria, Is making another at its attractive overcome these weaknesses,
Jacksonville restaurants. It need not be so. Parker has tried to impose
something close to military
Let's hold the lead. discipline at Clay High; the oriceSlaSh ter y a+. its},

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J 18 .,' J. P. Han Chaney Burlington J.. P. Revels

22 J. p, Revels J. P. Hall, Beseler 'It Burlington More Luxuries By Saving Your Money !
F 24 J. P. Revels Deader Chaney Coca Cola

25 Burlington Chane J. P. lIal1 Coca COla Money( 1m a way of slipping through jour fingers. Hut, if you savea

29 J. p, Revels Chaney J. p Hall Burlington LA certain amount regularly out of every )paycheck. before! you IIIM'IIc.J| a
.July 1 Coca Cola Burlington Deader J. P. lisZt
cent jou'll have sizable'n'it
soon a
-especially nincc also add
egg we
:9 Chaney Deader J. p Revels Coca Cola ,
money to it regularly! in the form of interest on saving You'll have

more money to spend on "good living" when you save I

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JUNE n, 11(5 dtoy (Bounty! Crescent! rAGKTBUst t *

Infant ,Suffers Bruises; Rain Victor Two Queens Rotary Annual Green Cove Socials p . I

police ,Investigate CaseA In Baseball Lelaa Prexy Night MU Doris M. Baker left recently -Mr*. R. L. Kledtik. were Mr.
to spend the summer InTowtend. and Mr. Klein Reid Mrs.
Week-end PlaySo SetFor ,Mass. She war to visit Louise Allen and Miss Ann
S-month-old boy ha been head chest and back, the baby Monday In North Carolina and Connecticut Reid all of Beaufort South
[ken Into the custody of the was suffering from a numberof on the trip north and expecU Carolina
venue Court after his bab,. fractured rib*. far as the Oreen Cove a Oreen Cove Rotary Club'i to return to Oreen Cove
|tter discovered bruise on the Official said :Mrs. Foster Rebels are concerned the week annual "president night," to In October. Linda Hlghtmlth and her
i'* body.According., said the baby bad recently been end baseball schedule showed which all Rotary Anna are In. parent,. Mr. and Mrs. John
to police, the child kicked out of hU bed by a nothing but shutout victoriesall vlted, will be held on Monday Gary Clarke, son of Mr. and Lewis Hlghsmith. are at the .
the son of Mr. and Mzw.bert strange dog and that later ah* in favor of Jupiter Pluvlua evening of next week at which Mrs Edgar: T. Clarke of Oreen Georgia Warm Springs Foundation .
Foster of Magnolia was ironing some clothing she as .the sport scribes time the guest speaker will be Cove, ha returned home after where Linda will undergo -
prince Apartment Foster 1 II left the room and upon her might say.They Col. William. M. Boas, Jr.. finishing his first year at an evaluation. Gary and
the Marine Corp. return the baby had pulled the sessions staged a few ihowere.But practice -. USAF, a member of the faculty Florida State, Tallahassee, Darryl Hlghsmith are spending
Mr. Linda Brown also ofrnol1a Iron down on himself.An between at the University of Florida. where he placed on the dean a part of the Bummer with
Springs took the examining: official I.* tonight at 7.30: o'clock, Announcement of the upcoming list. He plans to return to their grandparent, Mr. and
}aby to Clay Memorial Hospl- said to have testified that weather permitting; the Rebels event, which will beheld school for the secondhalf of Mrs W. A. Atwell In ValparaUo .
B! after noticing; the bruises chances such bruises and frac. will play their first official In the main dining room the summer trimester, Fla.
the told hospital attendant,' tured ribs had been caused by game as a member of theJacuOnvWe of the Qul-81-Sana Hotel, was -.
cording- police, the child these accident were "mini league It wilt be made Monday night at the Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hod** Gary D. Clarke, son of Mr.
|ras obviously suffering ma)." Neighbor told authorities played diamond on with the Woodstock Park Becky Bath Campbell, Mini Clay County, (Ir.) left by regular weekly Rotary meeting and Olen Hodge have returnedto and Mrs. Edgar Clarke, who
Juvenile Judge Thomas J. the baby frequently had O-E the Jacksonville air on Sunday for Sarasota where she I Ie participating In by President Victor L. Ashley spend the summer with their was a freshman at Florida
Jvers went immediately to the bruises about his head and team a* opponents,' and the. Miss Florida Pageant At Imeson Airport to see her Quest speaker Monday night' parents Mr. and Mrs. Olen State University, made the
ospital and subsequently U- .houlders.Th I Coach Lou Lynch would very oft wa Swan Welgel, who will heroine Mlm Clay Count was Dan Shaw, manager of Hodge, 8r. Dean's lint with better than a
much like to have
ed an order providing for baby Is now In NAS some OC8 Mil week. Competition In the Miss Florida P"fani started Burlington's Green Cove I B average, according to University
nodical examination of the in-. hospital. The Sheriff office U rooter on hand to encourage yesterday and will conclude tomorrow. Yarn Company who showed a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dampier sources,
nt. Investigating the case. No his boys. Lacy Farley will probably movie on the Burlington manufacturing of VaMosta .pent a recent
It 'wa discovered that In charges had been filed at mid. start for the Rebels. HALLS RETURN FAMILY: FROLICS GROW operations and weekend with their daughter Robyn Reid Loner daughter
ddiUon to the bruise on his week. Again, weather permitting, sketched the economic Impact of Mr. .
MEETS \\ltH MRS. SAAM: and son-in-law, Mr and Mr*. and Mr J. W. Loner,
-.- the Rebels on Sunday will Mr. and Mrs. John Preston on the local community of the Jack Seam II I a patient at St. Vincent
compete In I. 3-team doubleheader Hall, Jr., have returned from The Green Cove Springs yarn mill and 1U 340-odd employees. Hospital, suffering from an
1 In the Palatka Azalea a wedding trip to California. Family Frolics Committee met He was Introduced by Larry Oroner and Dayton eye infection
Bowl featuring Green Cove, Mrs Hall U the former Anita Monday night at the home of Harry Perlman. program chair Wilson spent a recent weekend _
Ii9CLEANEjJCLEANING Palatka and Flora Home. Th Sue Coleman of Mrs: Jack man for the evening
Winchester Baam.Executive at the Isle of Palms, near. Mrs. Mack Carley who bAa
first-gam contestant will be Jacksonville. i board members at. Robert E. Hogarth, Incoming Charleston, 8. C. been a patient at Putnam Me.
decided by a drawing with the The bridegroom, who U the tending were Mrs. Saam;chair president, met with hU new mortal Hospital Patatka hal
winner playing a second game only eon of former Sheriff John man; George Turner of Climate board of director briefly following Mrs. Henry Bplvey of In. returned to her home and ,.1 II
against the third team. The Hall, U chairman of the boardof Conditioning, co-chairman and the dinner. verne spent a recent week. reported to be greatlyim. *
first game will start at 1:30: the Bank of Oreen Cove producer of the Miss Family end with her daughter and son. proved.

PJU. Frolics Pageant: W. Burch GCS METHODIST in-law, Mr. and Mri. Frank
Stump' mailer of ceremoniesand Jones, to attend the graduationof Mrs. A. D. Duck, vice president I-
ALL DONE ON PREMISES .. ...... One Derlcksweller of BIBLE SCHOOL her grandson, Ouy Jones, of the Green Cove Garden
All Clothe Johni-Manvllle. Vacation Bible school will beheld who was valedictorian of the club, attended meeting of
1CE B SU '' Attending repress n taU\ s s at the First Methodist Clay High School senior clam, president. of District 4 garden
FT .,..tWJUWew(' Proofed a P LFkR'1 and their organisations were: Church, Oreen Cove Springs, club but week In Mandarin.She .
Moth Proofed .:Cleaned a4 Preyed Mrs Donald Bohm. Jr Worn In two sections, from June 16 Returning home after com represented Mr*. A. D.
., the Queensport'.Solid i\ an's Club; Gerry Farley and to Jun. 25.Claae. plating their freshman year at Duck who was unable to attend. '
N. Extra Charge For -
Annabel lostln, OCR Home for pre-school, first, rurman University are WILt
FAST. SERVICE ." pewee Demonstration; Seth Thomas second and third grade U being Maguire, son of Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mr. P. P, Cowart
peek a..plillet and James Fletcher Bt. Johns held at the church's Education Elliott: Maguire and Joe Puhl, have had a* their guests her
MNJW ..+peed autoesstieea.eN. Chapter of De Molay; Eugene building starting yes on of Mr, and Mr. Peter J. I niece, Mr. N. F. Harrison and
Rivers and Karl Tucker VFW terdsy and continuing until Puhl. Mr Harrison, of Columbus,Oa.
.Twe full range Poet 10(8; and Randy Branson, Friday, June 35. daises will I
epsske e Jayceet.Flans. be held from o'clock to 11:30: Mr, Madge Dunn had a* I Mrs A. W. Pierce had as lug
NOW OPEN .Vine .m.w for th fourth annual daily recent weekend guest the Rev ., guest "last week A. L. Clayton
esbinelryacross Labor Day celebration were dl*. Classes for fourth, fifth and and Mr*. E. A. Wittier and and Mr*. Annie Baker
cussed and It war announcedthat sixth grades will be held for family of Chattanooga, Tean.Mr .
O/N OPERATEDDRY Mot* eey ...,..... 'hnl'I,. $99195 the executive board will the second year In the form Marsha E.: Kramer daughter
ned.ene eo" hordboor" meet again July 6 at Spring of day camp at Ooldhead *. Edna Barton and children of Mr. and Mr. Irvine
Park. Branch State Park The day John and Doris Ann all Kramer, formerly of Green
FULLERTON'S' TY-AWANCESPhase camp started yesterday, and of Beaufort, are the guests of Cove, wa married on Sunday
CLEANINGNorth Mrs. W. B. Lucas In I Long. will continue thru June 36.The 4n. Harry Rudder of Oreen to Joel Fish at the Jacksonville
SUSHI 34 N. OrangeFheew wood Ma. as a guest of her day campers meet at the Cove Spring I Jewish Center The bride's Ia.I .
Orange A..... GREEN COTS SPRINGS IM-4M4 Ore** Cove tprlag son-In-law and daughter Mr. church each day at 9 o'cUxk I thee Is owner of Irving's Department .
and Mrs Fred Borderlck. J I and return at S. Guests week of Mr. and Store.

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According to George L. Carlisle ylMl ti1d. >II I Vanity.
commission clerk, less . i THEATRX

d t, ua than $300,000 of funds remain .' ''. '",\<.'' .'..;.t Green Cove Springs You Must Have Savings t
unspent from the $2 million "
road funds received in the 1960 + : : "' '..i\.,; .,, ': Monday thru Friday R

er sales .of earlier revenue certificates. ;,..'" I, ",I",., ., Boa Office opens. 6:41: PJH You Demand Good Service

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Carlisle said funds are on ;;,'
hand In the Secondary Road Saturday and Sunday SHOP
I Fund, more than $700,000, for "t Continuous from S P.M. AaPCHERRY'PIES'

right purchase of way o'f to the 4-lane necessary Kill- W:.I.WJH. .W(.111I "

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1 The Board heard Mr. Emory June IIItBLIllSI IF YOlfUKE. FINE GIFTS39c;

I Cooper of Keystone, chairmanof
I the county: library board,
NEW. CHURCH PRESIDENT' complain: / that it was difficultat ,,_.,. .,- S&# I I
Frances S. Welli, a most I
meetings of the
Christian Science teacher and, Library i PlIESLEY : I. AP Froien Concentrated
Board to get a quorum. This A. D. DUCK
practitioner from San Antonio, FRANK R. SZORTYKA ,
Texas, was named president at she attributed to the fact that .." ..... :
the June 7 Annual Meeting of of five ini I ICE1EBRATIN6 ORANGE'
seat the
on board, two PLAID
The Mother Church, The First The County Board 01 Public Inotmctlon this week 1i STAMPS!
Church of Christ, Scientist: in are "more or less" unfilled. approved the appointment of two more key personnel la if ,," 11i
y t Boston Mass Since the term of Jessie Heath.of school .j.. :
the public system. 2 31c
Green Cove expired In November .,,/ >l -
his position has not A. D. Duck (L), principal cf.the Green COT Junior Bi;h : .
AUTO LAFFS been filled. Additionally, Floyd School, this week was named assistant'- superintendent of
Onann, of Middleburg wa school and director of lastnetlooa. Sun, lion. A TM.
named to the board by former In announcing his appointment which was approved by Juno I'. tl aid tl
[ Governor Yards Bryant and the the Board of Public Instruction en Moaday, School SuperIntendent -
nomination was apparently Jesse P, Tynes, Jr. said Dock would be In chart F1WCilRkflSON BEEF WEEKUWAMEM B.U Kill ro'"cs A UXM' .astir
killed before he could qualify of the three supervisors and would assume. his (Tyne') A.1a.,..... MB see
',( duties In his absence. Coupon food thru Jun* tt
Subsequently Mrs. William R. a .
CKAN "!"- IN 19) JAX(-1S-II
1 Welgel, Jr., of Middleburg was Duck, who was principal of Clay,Hlfh School) from ..t" ,
I named. Mrs. //Cooper 1st1 - - - -
said she until he fell from the frac of the Blrri Lone nine
had attended no meeting and year later, baa served a*principal..of'the, ,junior.' .high school "SuperRightHeavy esteem5'Beef
she also pointed to Davis since 1987. 25 EXTRA

G Cr sgro Brown, of Orange Park, a* an A native of Tennessee, he was educated at'Memphis "
I 1 z weltrN absentee member. State University and George Peabody,Coller, and has since aDd4 ROASTS } Ann alas.Pan. Clda, .pt.. act sa.,
soul The County Commission done work on his doctorate. The 61-year-old educator served Coupon gnat thru June I*
We always think big at La voted to writ, to Governor from 1991 until 1960 on the board of director of tl* Florida .
I Rue's Service Station. That's Haydon Burns and ask that Education Association. lie I 1. -listed In "Who's. Who In
why w* try to give you the the vacancies be filled, one or American Education." *CHUCK BONE-IN L ,48
but service in town, two . since county funds Frank R. Sriorljrka (r.), a onetime mathematics teacherat Wed, Than, and FrL <
are Involved and "someone has Clay high and for the past fiv* yean assistant County June IJ, 14 and tS' ' BONnES' S '
LAR'UE'SSERVICE to be responsible." School finance officer, this week was named county supervisor *'CHUCK LB; 68; Ann Paq landwlcA ITANyI
The Board accepted a bid of of secondary education. 9 arms ,.,., w. l.e a.
STATIONPhone $2235, entered by the Pittsburgh A native of Wllkes-Barre Penna, !Ssortyka receivedhis e o *RIB MIDDLE CUT -_ LB.0: %. rolJ /.s1
281-9108 Plate Glass Co., of Jacksonville baccalaureate degree at Florida State University and OF TIlE WlLDUIIUIAIWI WeeN
Junction Hwy'16 17 for Installation of a his muter's at George Peabody Colic*;*.' He'I 11 married to wm.UI StUNUfBi BONELESS>
,,' Green Cove Springs pumber of exterior and interior the former Dorothy Curtin, of Waterbury., Conn., and they ---- *SHOULDEB IB.: '18t U ,
I doors at the courthouse. have two children He I la 89 yean old.
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