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The Clay County crescent
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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 24, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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
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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
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Succeeded by: Clay today

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VOL 39 -,No.-23; Phone 28.-3166 __ .. GREEN tOVE SPRINGS,-FLORIDA THURSDAY:._ JUNK: 24, 1M! .') 1 S .CTlO\-8 1'111 i:! ti 10 CENTS

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Taylor Set To Produce.Boaz Speaker Winn-Dixie To BeI.I.


Of Fact Before Annual
IEMatter II IIs

First ,Housing Units This Rotary Dinner


PlantTaylor When man's morel! development Main OccupantShopping .
D. Saunders, of Middleburg. and John W. Huntley Week at-New GCS lags behind his cien-- \
. n of Doctors Inlet will 10 to Aih ytU., N. C.. on Sunday Ufio advances his problems

to attend the annual conference of production credit association Mobile Homes' Oreen with a goal of 10 units weekly are compounded, it was' point.
: director at the Dove Park Inn. Both are director Col.
ed out Monday evening by
Cove plant with a current employment within the near future. Center
of the Northeast Production Credit Association McOllvary said Taylor's Troy William M. Boas, Jr." USAF
approximately
termer dtrecton, of 35
Saunders said approximately 1,000 N. C. plant will send keyproduction guest speaker at the annual
general managers and guet of 77 production credit association persons expects to produce Its men from tour)' to president's night observed by
: in Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina are first three unit this wet*. Oreea Cove this week to supervise the Oreen Cove Spring: Rotary -.--. Wlnn-Dlxle Stores will occupy a 13,000-square-foot
expected to attend. 'R A. McQilvary, general training of local personnel Club.. market In a three-unit shopping center to be constructed far 111:
The conference ha been arranged by the officers of the manager of the Taylor Mobil.. during the next few weeks. The annual affair attendedby Oreen Cove In the near future The Crescent learned this.week. l
Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of Columbia which provide Homes division of Troy LwnOn the average, McOllvary Rotarians, their wives, and One Of Three Options on an entire block t
leadership supervision and loan fund for production ber Co., told The Crescent this said. It takes approximately several wives of deceased Rotarians between Orange and Myrtle
credit association in the four states. week five mobile housing units six men to produce one of the wa held In the main Sisters Dies In avenues and Bay and Ferris
The local farmer-owned production credit association will be produced next week huge mobile houses In a week dining room of the Qul-Sl Sana streets were exercised this Dang Them
are providing nearly 47,000 farmer-member In the 4 states Hotel. week by Turner-Miller Inc, :
with over $305 million In short and Intermediate term credit. "The Challenge Faring A MiddleburgServices Jacksonville developers, accordIng Mounties 1:1
-*- Changing World" was the topic to,Wllda T. Russell Green ;

Approximately: $300,000 In State Road Dept. work mostly of the address delivered by for Mr*. Pearl Austin Cove real estate agent, who c ck
,In the county ha been completed this month, accordingto Colonel Boas a member of the acted as broker In the purchase At It Again. .
Lee, one of Mlddleburg's"Three which I I. said to involve
a Road Dept. spokesman In Tallahassee. faculty at the Unlversty: of
The larger of two project was the paving of 2.3 mile Florida Gainesville. Sisters," who died at approximately $60,000. Sheriffs deputies rang up a K
of State Road 8-315 east from State Road 21. This Includeda President Vie Ashley staged. Clay Memorial Hospital last Th. projected Wlnn-Dlxle two-for-on. play late last Wednesday ,<
.180-foot bridge over Ate Creek. Total cost wad $185,039. a talent contest for the Rotary Friday, were hold Sunday In supermarket, Lee Mill., Wlnn night
The other project, part of It In Duval County, was construction Anne, then called It a draw Mlddhburg Methodist Churchof Dixie superintendent of store, It WII close to midnight and '
of a $108,000 bridge over McOlrU Creek on State r rrp snd awarded each a prls For which she was a lifelong told The Crescent, will be the deputies, Slate troopers and
Road 21 northwest of Orange Park. Included in the project 4i sire good measure, he then gave largest food store In the city other law enforcement officers
war roadway approaches to the bridge plastic Rotary key container member She WAS 85 year old. NvgotUttons are In progressto were spread out across the '
favor to In at The three sister: Mr. Lee, less the other two units In '
a* everyone county looking for an escapedprisoner
America's ihareownlng population reached a new high tendance.Craigs. Mrs F, W, Budlnuton and Mr. the center It was learned un. ,
of 20,120,000 In early 1(85 more than triple the 1953 total Lute Oliver had lived togetherIn Officially that one of the stores At 11:30\ : Deputy Mark Johns
Mrs. Dudlngton's spacious will be chain five.
Keith FunaUm, President of the New York Stock Exchange a high grade nabbed an escapee they were,
For
Leaving Mlddlvburg home for more than end.30-eent store The third .
reported today. not looking for; ten minutes
This represent a gain of II per cent from three year Session In seven years.A unit it Is ..Id. will rot be later Deputy W. H. Harvey got.
ago when the Exchange's last Census of Shareownershlp England native of Middleburg, Mrs. leased to a drug company as- the right manAccording
reported 17.010,000 shareholder, Mr. Puniton said and' Rev and Mr. O. :N. Craig Lee ws' the widow of the late has been widely I rumored. However to Sheriff I JeoI
continues the average growth rate of more than one million win leave oven Cove Spring* William Stewart Lee, of Alma this could not be confirmd. : rings Munhee, Bobble Barflsld" ,, \

Investors a year since 1852. While the assembly at'Tay- the construction of the I floor next Monday to attend ft 3- Oa. The. 'three 19 years old a convict who tad a
Metropolitan Jacksonville has an estimated 43,000 share. lot's new plant 1a Oran Cove's shown above being put togeth- week summer session at Mans Besides her two sisters, she property, owned by served approximately U Ir
owners, an Increase of 17.500 or M per seat, from the industrial park has not yet been er. When It has been assembled, field College, Oxford England. leave a brother Mack Farley, home owneri., was recently resorted month of a three-year term, I'
35,500 Inverters reported In the previous New York Stock. perfected first step In the ..- Insulated and tiled the entire They win 'fIa1In Washington Austin, of Deland; a nephew, by,the Green. Cove Citycommlwloi for' armed robbery, esoapad ,
.Kxchango Census In 1M3. For the Mate. as a whole, the oembly of' one of the toms floor 1* moved ontow Bela. forpany's rind Hew Jersey briefly before Edward: Morgan, of Jackson- .for business. from road gsng last Wsdasa. ,
gate If the gran.salad. taw gpr cent mobile nrliu la further'> leaving the' ta'1.OI31t11' 1 4 4Nla tine; a treat nephew J.&. John .. tellers 'were Mr. and Mr ."''.., toornlng at storing BftAkRoad. f I Ii
\ .. i ..._ . .__ __ I WOrk.a* '. w, \ 'Morgan Beach Va.j Carl lloscnbusb, Mr. and Mrs. '
One out 6* 12 persona In the Jacksonville toetfepotttasiarea. > j i\ f k Ti Fan American lor a flight of Virginia ; i As he fled he. suffered h
ta..robareewraerwMsr.n4 with ono ..1., II three' ..... \ "1e a aa_ They vDI be al and two great .nieces I ,' Mrs. Joseph!* Waters- and. Carter. Multiple gunshot .ounda' In. '
y aea Tee 2a.OM Si1 .t .JsTsnsfleld College'( from' July 'Barbara Oerdlng.. of, JacKsoa-: 'West, :the back -
", Kat/. Y1"" !! -........ proposed Wloa- Dixie /
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.. IV through Saturday July 31. tllle: 'and Mrs Wayne> Hodges. .The Approximately 13 hours 144 t
Young World of Jacksonnile Lie, with headquartersla after which they,win sight*** .f Tallahassee. store will almost treble the ter he was picked up waikinej 1/
Orange Park, ha been chartered by the state and au- 4 In London for three days before Mrs Lee was also a member floor spate. of the presentWlnn'D1J1I. south on State Road 31 toward I I
thorised to Issue 10,000 shares of common stock: at $1 per flying back to Mew' York!' .T the Womans Society for store Keystone 11.Iht'Tbe Sheriff !
share. The company, which will operate a dancing school on August 1 and returning to Christian Service; the board said Barfleld "had pretlweO I I I''
IN SUMMER IB8SIO.V!
was incorporated by Arleen Fitzgerald of Orange Dark; od" Omen Cove Springs on August '.f stewards o( the Middleburg had It by then. He was take
Bars Page Long, daughter of
Ernestine Martin and John X* Arnold, both of Jacksonville."* S, Methodist Church; and she to OslneivUI Medical Center
Airs II. C. Long, enrolled re.rently
-* was affiliated with the Middle in the. 10th grade for the suffering from a loss of blood
Taxes and other revenue collected by the state of Florida Nurse Aid burg Civic Club. Tenth' Annual I Summer Session Ten minutes earlier In' Oreea
Training
and by local governments together totaled $l, lf,200.0oo The Rev. Frank Edwards: at llowsy Academy, sn Independent Cove, Deputy Johns had picked
during the put iscal year according to the Florid State minister of the church officiated roedinatlonal, preparatorysxihool up Francis M. Trier who, the
Pending
Chamber of Commerce Program at the service. Pall bear at Ilow.yIn' .the.ll+lls, Sheriff said, admitted Jie had
An 11 per cent gain over the U83 fiscal year,wa registered The Clay County Board of ers were: F. E.: William, Louis Horkls. The 175 .tl.nU enrolled escaped from ft Deland prison
by this state-local collection figure In Florida coospared Public Instruction announced Canovs, Selvyn Frisbee, Calvin for the June 14-August 6 road gang He Is said to have,
with an I per eent Increase throughout the nation. this. week that approval rf the Mann and Joseph D. UunU..,. term I I. the, Urgmt summer stolen clothes and an auto
The state-local collections In Florida were made up of Nurse Aide Training Program Durlal was In Mlddkburgcrrnetcry. session ever of for*! by lloweyA'Sclvmy the litter In Falatka. He nt
$480,500,000 In all types of property taxes Cup 4 per Celt), la still pending, welting further offUlaLs" anrt"untiL' turned over to Palstka ')lIe..
$777.800.000 +In other levies usually called eoruumer taxes word from Washington.
(up 1$ per cent; and $380. 00,000 In fees, licenses and miscellaneous Partitions are then put up Is raWd onto the topless shell. Unemployed persona from
general revenue (up I per c.nU.) It Is slthl stag that plumbaod .ge. II to 6} Will be l-lielhl. tO Picture For A Pen Pal ? No
side wall added. Th In-
The amount the state and local government spent (f" log and appltonCM are to apply for this training ,
Florida' war greater than the amount collected and came sulated galvanised. steel roof stalled The course, |It approved will
to a grarM! total of .927,400.000.t The difference between be conducted six hours t day,
receipts and expenditure (or $30.300,0001 war pa-Uy five day a week, for *lx week Says Penney Farmer For A
supplied by the federal government and partly- by borrow Part of the day will be spent ,

Ings hi the ctasiroom, and the balance .
Outstanding debt of these lO"rlUntatila Florida totaled of time will be und'r direct Passport to Heaven Via Romance
2,541.800.000 on July 1. W4, up I per cent over } 3. supervision of the |istruc ,
the same ss the Rational Increase Cash and security holdings tor In the lord ho-pltal. -
by the .t to-local governments In Florida' gained 14 Additional Information will "Could I possibly have some )i w up hut we prayed all ef .*
per cent during 1MJ-44 and stood at $1,711,600,000 at be annovirwed In this papn. pictures taken herT" and well she made It."
end.Heart. The speaker standing In the ",'.tut
years soon n* It Is received' bv this went through college
Clay County School Board. door of Th Crescent office,. and taught school In CUrksvtlle .
Application forms may be was, at first guess' a man. of until she retired last year '
Disease Proved secured at the school super th* cloth and a resident of Memorial When she heard I wa alone
I intendent's office Home Community, They she wrote and said It had been
'go jogging around to unlikely the Lord. will she should never \I\1 t
Biggest Killer In Our Foreign Industrial spot and he probably needrd 4 have married that. she should I
a passport to gt where he wa somehow wall' until her turn
pin,. came to car for me.'*
Tours New
County Last Year Group "A passport picture you Dr. nve may not be thr

Plant Here meant1* he wa asked. easiest person In the world to
Deaths caused by heart U- mortality among -noawtaten" J-M "W.IIbe said, "yes, you take care of for the simple
..... outnumbered the total l Is twice as high as among At the right Is a aheO. that ing machine optional), and Three European Industrial might say so. A passport to /1 reason he find it hard tq stay
win be covered with Aluminum frustiture, including lounges / .
awed by cancer and cerebral white. lots toured the Johns-MsnvUl heave stilt
I vascular diseases the next two The CIOUDt,'. JUNe.sUI siding. Aluminum -Florida" etc. Tranalte asbestos. plant with "Why, of course , what!" 1 Following his retirement. 34
I awning windows are fitted and The model shown Is a 47" s officials from New listing created a happy eon-
biggest killers in the county aursea nude 10JT3 vWU' last company "ear* ago bit nursed" his 1U
last year, according: to the 1M4 year, aa increase) of approximately cabinets are set-a4 moulding 13- Taylor "Wedgrwood with York on Tuesday. fusion, he sat down."Yes. Wit. for many years, was Instrumental .
put up. two bedroom and one bath. CM CuveHer and Louis Pier- ." he went on, "a passport .
the I
Annual report of County Jo* from' the year be- I.r. Dr. W. C. Beevsw in raising $3 mil
| Health Dept. for*. The greatest number of At the left s rtmrty-complet- Taylor's largest mod, M' I aid, both described .. French to heaven. I'm getting lion to print the Bible In the
Dr. A. T. Coving-ton. CcsmUhealth these were made to the hone. ed unit which win be furnished 13, has three bedrooms and International Industrialists, and married and the good Lord did And so he began al the beginning Russian! lantwage and smuggle
I officer said that heart of .patients with school visits with refrigerator store, wash one and ene half baths. Andre z.-".., a Belglas manufacturer It. too." or almost. Um Into the Soviet Union;
dlsesuM accounted for U counI next in number and clime visIts were In Omen Cove The reporter having heard of The Ret. Dr. William Colt- and having done that went to>
I In the of tour of J M marriage mad. In heaven we. harp Reevee, the
ty deaths last year white err third. course a pastor emeritus West Virginia blUe mad.
I heal vascular due and can- The report shows the coun School Goes On At Orange plants arrow the nation. by now, not surprised\ that this of the Iflgnlawn Deptlsl famous) by the HalfleMs and \l
leer accounted for a total of ... ty's five public health nurse According to Jack II..*., J. Of* Involved provkUstlal lnUrvendon. Church of Hiwitmston, W, Va, tile McCoy and there built the L |
With birth running about made 113 visit to 113 persons M plant manager the three But s picture without and three time a doctor of MaUwan Baptist Church and I
[three Umee the number of having mental or emotional Park As Firemen Fight Fire men asked that the tour be jet the bridal' divinity, tame to MHC a few published monthly ....."Jlllr. ,
(death during the )year the re- problems: 120 Hafts to patients op tor them. AH are large ",r. "n... to show her what I months no following the And having dose that he has
port shows thai a* between suffering from eaf4.YUN- Approximately youngsters' shortly before 4 o'clock Tuesday . of asbeetot fiber, 9v look like" he warn clearly enjoying death of Ms lint *lf., licked two stroke.
I white and "'nonwhlte"" births Jar d eaee: 744 home visits to attended summer _lon at morning by Jimmy Boat- Of J-14'* principal products. his game. "And then I began corrt. And what of MHCt
land deaths the ratio rues ail school students; 101* conference th Orange Park BemenUrr wright 20-yee.r-old Tlmes-Cn- They flew 'Into Oren Cart What have you got a pnpal. ponding with) Uw girl I'm going "Ortal."' tit ssys.
proximately four to one which *) with leathers regarding school on TisewUr as firemen ton carrieraalesrrssa.Major onaJMplea.MthGS.Duhnett .. or ..nm.tAingt"'Ile to marry I had known her Tin toed
Its approxanaleiy equal Ube student problrms* etc. 'stood guard over the ravage of fire damage was In president. ; Rot-r Hackney: ru. nothing &ke that. and h.r mother soil .-W.r. 44 "CouUnt be belter* r
Ipopulateon ratio. Devon the Clay County a IU.000 fire of undetermined the school's aoditoiium, where vlre president In charge of She I""t ha nt seen me la years aro when I wet>'rvli'g -Marriage"
1)B0w" nUo as b.tw* white.nomhlt.e" a field teaching center nine The fire which .to isms Investigated heavily damaged. : sad'Dudley Cotton, general More confusion, She fell ill with typhus. and With a 'txtful of plcturaa la,
U only two out-of-cowdy mine received by the State ire However i Hamilton Bout manager of JM's Inter "Why donl we start al the they thousht the was going to send to hi. bride-to-be, he.1
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Turnout CCS SS4-I1SC '..' the.current ilsn.o'. The*, made.; Apparently when they \.r f "1>DK. .OEOEOK r. HOWARD is a lazy man's approach to curbing -

Tallahassee FoUlfS'r: "about\ jto' had done their duty to their red. There is 'no sound bop' a temper.On .
'IC... CUM PMTMI pi .T ..in teat IramM.. hotiM close Am after an untueeess- fellow 'man, they were summoned for mutual understanding when the other hand, it's as
easyto
PUILIINID EVMT, THUMDAT Bt CDUCINT Puiss. INC. ful three-week tryout; was not by higher authority to words are used to hide the
p. 0. lOX Ira CHUN Covi SMUNSS.' FLORIDA directed by Alice Of Wonderland the men's room. While they truth. say "Great Caesar's ghostl"as !

HOWARD P. COOPCK -.. ..- PmilDtNT the show has still maintamed' were out, their bills wen killed There are cruel, malicious I it is to say XT'nu/s.t I And
SUBSCRIPTION RATES a flavor of antic fun and by their colleague words. You can kill and destroy a lot safer.

ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE nn............... Me. nonsense. The big-county boys asked a- with words. There are The law is not on the side of
TWO TEAR I If ADVANCE ................. ..*. On the other hand, I havean circuit judge in Tallahassee to words that confuse. And there *, "4 those who take their low-boiling
uneasy feeling that the judiciary rule on the constitutionality of are words that give life: "The
both federal and state, a provision to force any, reapportionment words that I have spoken to ',o,;1 points into the market place.
Fish or Cat Bait? are sitting in the wings as to a state referendum. you are spirit and life," said For instance, the law says that

,. prompters. At least, I believe, Sure, said the Judge, he Jesus. c, "whoever, having arrived at the
someone Is trying to give off would try to make up his mindIn Poets could not create their Sheriff age of discretion, uses profane,
It Is believed that on of the world' treat corporations this impression. 24 hours . before boarding lovely songs without the magic, Manhee and indecnt language in
. no name mentioned . which Is recrultinlg personnelIn And what better excuse: could a plane to attend a Bar Association nor novelists reveal the powerof vulgar
the county la facing some problems. our solons have to escape the meeting in Miami. Dr. Howard their imagination but for any public place or upon the premises of another

Employment Involves Interviews and testing. wrath of their constituentsthan Some big-county senators Some time ago a Paris newspaper the grace of words. or so near thereto as to be heard by another

Local applicants are said to write In or telephone for to have the whole burdenof asked State Attorney General conducted a poll to find Let us defend our language, shall be punished by a fine.not exceeding

an appointment for an interview and testing . and reapportionment taken over Earl Faircloth to go before a the ten most beautiful words In our mother tongue, and keepIt $25, or by imprisonment not exceeding 60 days."
something like 50 per cent of them do not show up or by someone else. 3-judge federal court in Mia the French language. from corruption. Let us use And also: "any person who shall publicly use

even telephone to say they cannot make it because they Indeed, I think It needs saying mi and ask it to rule on the Translated Into English reverently words we learned at or utter indecent or obscene language shall
have bubonic plague 0-1 whatever else excuse. that the reapportionment Question of a weighted-vote system our mother's knee; words the any
these words received the
If.this becomes a pattern, the result inevitably will be session, now in its last days in of apportionment. Sure, est number of votes: love,high give, great thinkers and writershave be punished by imprisonment not exceeding" 30days
that the company will go outside the county for its per. Tallahassee, is a sorry exercisein said Faircloth, he was all for'It. serve, build, obey, laugh, comfort used and are man's exclusive or by a fine not exceeding: $25.
sonnel. democracy. Perhaps that's Then, having second please, think and pray. possession.The Next time you have an urge to let go with one
What will we say then? the way the script was written. thoughts on the matter of ask It is a good list, don't you Creator did not give the of the above, try one of the harmless epithetsand
From a careful reading of the ing the court tp rule on a law animals nor the birds words
What ? think? if it doesn't work just as well.
can we lay see
such as he us. They
daily press it would appear that had not been passed, he gave
Each of our Industrial. . or residential. . newcomers that some of those fellers did an about face and said Would you add one or two screech, gesticulate, sing, humor
needs and will need the warm and friendly support of us ought to be put back In rom it was no good, and anyway other words to It? buzz. We talk . sometimestoo
all. The extent to which this support Is given will be In there wasn't enough time Each of these words it a much I IFreedom
direct proportion to the extent to which we participate in pers.The big-county legislators At least two reapportionmentbills gold mine. of speech Is a fairly I Lilt Tour Clay County Property with-
their activities. I recent acquisition.. It cameas
are split; the pork-choppers delineating precincts and As we study them we realize Frank W. Brown
The forced influx of a great number of outsiders to don't seem to know where they districts in a system that couldbe the long way man has traveled a novel idea, and many opposed
hold down Jobs in local plants is going to leave a bad are going Result: chaos. so complicated a voter would culturally and spirituallyfrom it as dangerous. Even And Associate
taste In the mouths of those who are making appointments need an IBM machine to find the cave. today freedom for the expression -
and then not showing. in Consider the some of chardes.of the scenes out where or for whom he was "The sublime cannot be expressed of Ideas and convictions Registered Real Kitete Ureter. -

There are jobs to be had. What must a company do to Two game men Introduce two separate to vote, two of them left Putnam In words," said Goethe. Is not looked upon with approval ISM vex Blgkwmy 11 Orange Park
hire people? If local residents don't apply for them, they'renot reapportionment bills County out of the' state. God wants to talk to man, but in many quarters. Pleeae U4-UN -
going to waste, they will go to outsiders. But we do not understand the language Let us prize this privilegeand
There
may have been more in speaking of IBM machines not abuse it. Don't be an Err NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
Let's get with itl! of heaven. So he sent
which this particular play was State Rep Robert Shev- echo; let your words be yours 400 feet frentage e. U. 8. Highway IT
in introduced last week bill a life into the world, a man
a who Interpreted divine language Use words that the common (Just North of Green Ceve Springs)
calling for a lower house of
Around and About the members Into the human tongue man will understand. Use
having weighted
words that reach the heart as
By HUGH SMITH votes. This means in That Is why the New Testament
a populous
speaks of Jesus the well as the mind.
district the 'reoreientA.tlve as
"logos," the word of God. Avoid like poison those words
Itsis a morning like all other little cumulus clouds drifted Ing and leave the' business of in mlhtuhave three votes; There I is today a whole generation that are used as labels to dU- Helm
mornings, only the sky is as aimlessly along like so many rain to the rain bureau or Clay County Louis Huntley to whom the words and credit other people.
(If he's still around could
... dark as a yard down a bear's sheep we tlsk-tlsked and clucked whoever. But I might as well have ) concepts, which In the Western - And may your prayer ever be,
on quarter of vote.
throat and rain falls In torrents about the grass being dry. have been talking to somebodyIn a World were once sacred, '"Let the, words of my mouth, Funeral
Mullet swirled and splashed the Federal Government Under Shevln's bill, the fractions now nave no meaning. Millions and the meditation of my Home
.and sheets as far as the out on the end of the dock. because they didn't hear a start at one quarter of do not understand the slgnlflv. heart be acceptable In thy

.eye can see.Outside Farther out In the channel, the word I said and kept right on a vote for the smaller counties Canoe of the most precious Ight, 0 Lord my strength, CHARLES HELM
on the bird feeder deep muffled gutteral of a saying\ "Ain't it dry" and, "I and grow to totals of J3.75 words in the human vocabularyof and my red mer."
:two parent' mockingbirds shift delsel tug shoved doggedly at certainly do wish it would for Duval and more than twice yesterday. Funeral Director
an oil barge loaded that for Dada
to ,, the rain..
uncomfortably on their perch, There are words that lie:
ruffle1' wet feather and chirp Plimsoll mark. But we didn't You .tee what happened. The However, since the I3.7S Thou shalt not bear false witness Say You Read It in Phone 284-9696
rewsuringjly to their young .see the tug and ,we didn't see creeks are,up two feet every weighted vote for Duval is not against thy nellhbor.A ."
nested In a Mimosa tree out- the mullet. All we. saw was. ,dry Inch of Clay County has been divisible by 11 ? that belnc lie U like a buoy, that THE CRESCENT ODD con RaUI_ FLOBIDA

aide my kitchen: 'window..Occasionally trass. asked nine fathoms deep. We the number of representativesDuval shows a white light \0be NOW I RWT II EA 'T i'> P. O. MX Ml
they cock their Now the good Lord just naturally nave had drufeles, mists, trash would have under this navigator when U ought to be StJDSCRIBE.

heads and put ft beady eye on favors Clay Countlans floaters frog stranglers ,and plan .., and Dade's weightedvote
me as if I am .responsible for, and the proof of it Is, ourliving gully' washers. What' more, of 87.35 not being divisible .
their plight here. So when the combination the weather bureau says there's by Its 39 seats, the author
of ardent gardener, more to come. 1
said some provision would have
Well, I ain't I
regular church-goer and Clay Let year, an old hurricane to be made to give some Duval :1
I jlas a guy that likes to beat County resident starU wishing named "Dora" wandered up and Dade representatives :
a
the sun up with a pot of coffee, for something, this is and down the Carribean likea fraction of a vote more than
a new pack of butts and the strong medicine Indeed I drunken amnesiac with no Others.
morning blat. It is my great Well, like I said, some of us place to go In particular. All
pleasure to watch the Master just wouldn't leave well enough of a sudden it headed straightfor This Is not one-man-one-vote
Craftsman about the business alone. They kept right on making Clay County and slammedand apportionment and It i II only a ," a
of the making of another' day. little sly remarks like ripped 1U way through pity the fellow who wrote the

As dawn whitens the sky In the goodness knows what the water town with winds up to a ISO script for The Tallahassee Follies
.;East Z am promised another 12 bill will be this month," miles an hour. didn't drag out some old : .
hours on this earth, in this and "I just know the fanners' Five days before that, we Straus waltzes that would live ,, N
town and at this time to crops will parch if we don't get had a still afternoon and my this schmaltz a more authentic .
justify my existence, wet or some rain. wife said, "My goodness, its flavor as pure opera bouffe.BRVNSON .

dry and I am grateful Naturally, I tell these rain so still, I wish we had a little w '
When the sky was blue and wishers to knock off the wish- brees|" WINS '
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PUERTO RICO TRIP
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Bernard Brunson Furniture ,
Co, Phllco dealer In Green
Cove, and Mrs. Bruiwon, will
Come takeadvantage leave Monday for five days in,

j San Juan. Puerto Rico, a combination 1r. W .
business and vacation a

of'BulcJl's trip won for sales of Phllco

products during the past year

hottestWere In San Juan, 3,500 other
Phllco dealers and their wives
will see a preview of the com

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stereo high-fldollty, radios and
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.f"f PARTRIDGEWEa.QRIILING .
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In the business of selling can. Bulcks. And right now we'n having \;,. '.

'one'of our greatest sates years on record. We'd like to nuke It even better : ';," 'v ,
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That's human nature.! And.there's only ont way to do that. You know It ,{.JKjjf : i .
z 1 !W know ?: 11 !N t J . .! '. f
r-=, t.hboll..4Iowntoclvln'J'OU.banlupd"I.on t"f:; N': coif AI i Y'
= any brand new Bukk you set Jour heart on.And ..'.. got them. t'-:. : \ ....tai, im 4
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RMeras, Electra 225's, Wildcats, teSabrt..Sk'1Irka and Specials. In all,, the :r THRU 6 : a

":, colon of the rainbow. Topi dowi or.up. So took-lf you're In the mood :;.

to buy, seas a Buick dealer. "Ho'll make worth your while. ; :' *ROCK AND ARTESIAN I "* WILLS .' ," ;" I ..tif' ,-

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ELECTRIC PUMPS I .;,1:; CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS IT PAYS !
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WATER:SYSTEMS : ,

Pill"tl-up bill coat money ill iuM
F, H.. A. TERMS P . pay them off with a loan here, arrange for one convenient

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$ Mr!! ;tf. *ter;'iirarlrrr 8r'WQen't : 4 ilrs.:.wmrtucas; has rrturnj BaytowiC Mr. and T.vas'Mr: *.' |Don oraaei&Norris tet, \June Louise Ryan, daughter floor4ength gown .f daffodil G i line C. Rear of-Orangt_ m .
: Park
list weekend wife her ed ottMr.y llisd. Mrs.. Glenn* W. shtffo '..,. '\
home tram Oreen COM 8prlngsV ri..tic yellow taffeta wtha i U, servUigrlth' AtUefcUttuad*-, W
'daughter.. Mrs. 'WlHlart J. bringing with, her-- 9 the engagement and approaching Ryan of Doctors Inlet, was fitted bodies; seoop neckline, to' } ten,28:atj eTyaTsijJpr Button
rBurke: at Bt Blmons Island,Oa. grandchildren.I marriage,of their- daughter married to Barry tee lanes** cap sleeves, straight skirt and LemooretfelU.f the Na-

'- ,,,i.*.....-. Jan Morrisf Harold'X. flowing panels attached to the irs .....,.an4 ktgtst Jet
Mrs. Annie' Eddy and Mrs Friends of Mrs Alice Padgett Wart of Baytovn, Texas. MID waUtHne Her veil was attached masterbase I which.provides
J. C. Fletcher have recently: entertained win Interested to know that Norris attended Lee College to an open pillbox headpiece support for the U. & Padfie I
Mr. and Mrs Hayes she has returned home from and majored In Elementary and she carried a cascade of Fleet's attack and fighter i.
Eddy: and their IOn, Douglas Clay Memorial Hospital.Mr. Education at the University of green carnations squadrons.
Eddy: ;of Cleveland. Texas Mr. Wert graduated Identically designed dressesin "

and Mrs Lee Wittkee from Texas A aM, University mint green were worn by ic Airman Apprentice James :M.Brosek .
'J:. T.: 1-C Arthur Cushman, and daughters, Barbara and with a BA degree in math.. the bridesmaid Miss Becky with USN, son of Mr. and
TJ. &.Coast Guard, and his wife Patricia, of Racine Wise. arrived matics. He has been commissioned Campbell, and Junior bridesmaids over Mrs. E. J. Brocek of Orange
and daughter, Vicky, have been Sunday! for a two weeks a 2nd Lt. in the C. S. Miss Ronda Jo Ryan, Park has completed 38 days of
the guests of his/. parents, Mr. visit with Mr. Wittkee's sister, Army Corp of Engineers The sister of the bride, and Miss Park Intensive training In the recruit -
and Mrs Joseph Cushman. Mrs Gladys Phillips. wedding will be an event of Joan Elaine Lancaster, sisterOf o h phase of the Navy's "Four I
Sept. 12. The couple will travelto \t.."'... .); the bridegroom. Miss Campbell to Month" active dQly program
Mrs Alf Davis and her sister Mrs. Louis Prledlander ofMoultrle Ft. Belvolr, Virginia whereLt. ""' I''; wore a headpiece of the at the Naval Air Reserve i
Mrs. Robert Helnrlch, of Ga., came Saturdayfor Wert will be stationed. 1, M;\ : ." .. same style as that of Mrs. Ksrt a "'. Wayne B. Sargent Training Unit, Memphis.He .
Jacksonville left the first of a week's visit with her .'. "' ,: tf and carried yellow carnations dat Is being ordered to one of
the week for a visit with their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs daughter Louise, who has just The junior bridesmaids had Msj. Wayne B Sargent, son i the technical schools: : 'at the
parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert I.. H. Perlman. completed her Junior year at noral headpieces. Donna Kay .. of Mrs. Mattye Sargent, of I Naval Air Technical Training 1
TJssery of Columbia, Tenn. the PB.U.,has made the dean's Ollsson cousin of the bride, Keystone Heights has been Center also at Memphis. His t }
was flower girl. awarded the Oak Leaf Clusterto period of active duty depends
Mrs Amos Barwick of Pen list every trimester
Miss Joy Perlman Is home sacola ls here for a few days Larry Lancaster served his the Army Commendation upon the length of the school: I
for a part of her .vacation after -I visit with her father, Mr. Carter Mlsi Ruth van der Maaten brother as best man. Ushers Medal. for meritorious service program he enrolls In.
attending Jacksonville Unl- I Weit. Friends will be In- arrived the first of the week I were Scott Lancaster, another aviation requirement off! Upon completion of his active -
versity. 'tercsted to know that her from New Orleans and 11'1111 brother; Glenn Ryan Jr. brother Critical Materiel Division, duty, he will return to
spend her vacation with her Mr. &Mrs. Lancasterter of the bride; Mr. Kart, ... and Materiel Ot. civilian life and train one weekend \
of Test, Evaluation
parents the Rev. and Mrs. C. cousin of the ferldo; and Ray- each month with a Naval t
E. def Maaten. of Oren Cove, In the As- mond Bland.' Ring txarer was Control Group Project Air Reserve squadron at NAB '
van bury Methodist Church,' on Walter Ollsson Jr., Fort Denning, Ga", from Jacksonville. .
---- June 12.The ' I9U, to January ,
59 ciliutie Martha Ann Ethrldir, daughter "Wf'I. He entered the Army In S It Franklin, Mr t
of Mrs. Myrtle Ethrtdie, bride was given In marriage 1948. The major I son of >- 1
by her father who Is PodbcvsckHinklcTh Effla Field of Green Cove
was one of 55 students at Tlft now : ... Ms bachelor's degree J
in has been" promoted to airman
College who ma on the Dean'sList training at Johns-Manvllle'i
1950
CLEANERS according to Dun Gordon Denlson, Tex, plant and who wedding of Carol Lee I *. from the University of first elms In the U. S Air I.
Miller was flown Into Jacksonville Podbevwk to Thomas Wlnstesd Force at Larson AFB Wash.
with other trainees for the i I lie U a Jet aircraft mechanic
weekend.The Hinkle ot Manltou, Ky, was Airman Apprentice M,'rvln J. In a unit that supports the
Mr. and Mrs.V., C. Mar-
ALL CLEANING DONE ON PREMISES Rev. Thomas D. ,olf mu4! 'd at the home of the .' USN, son of Mr. and Strategic Air Command mission
stellar, of Albany, G announce Ryan Fred T. Bridge of Green
AU Clothes the birth of a daughter, director of Wesley Manor, an I bride's parents, C. P. -O and I ., bus completed 28 days I of keeping the nation'sIntercontinental
Mcllnda Sue, on June 10. Mr. Uncle of the brlde-offlflated at Mrs, C. P Bvardon, in Magno. I Inlennlve training In the, re. missiles and
Pre
Spotted Mildew Proofed Marstellar Is the the ceremonies with the Rev L let bombers on conitant alert.
former Beverly lla Springs Apartments on (thane of the Navy's "!our
Jlelh Proofed Cleaned and Pressed Ann Underwood, of Green Frank Edwards, minister of tM I I
June 11. 10-Month" active duty Apprentice
church. The Rev Jack Hall pro Airman Harold
No Extra For officiated. ram at the Naval Air Reserve! \
Charge The bridegroom Is a son of I D. Benson, Jr, USN, son ot 4 '
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FAST, SERVICENOW Cove.PLEASE County Commissioner and Mri.L. Given In marriage by her Unit, Memphis.He Mr and Mrs. Harold D. Dan-
/ 11, Lancaster.The I uncle, Slater Robertson, tho I i I I. being ordered to one\ son of Orange Park, has been
-. bride gown of organ- bride had as her only attendant - ( the technical.chards. at the i graduated from the Aviation
gSWBeWasaSk 9OMLV is over taffeta and linen, sppli-! her cousin, Bonnie Robertson Air Technical Training Structural Mechanic Hydraulic
qued with re-embroldered Chan- baa / also at Munphli. His School at the Naval Air.Technical

tllly lace, featured a molded Jack Robertson, a cou ln Of the of active duty depends: Training Center Memphis j
OPEN !bodice, cap sleeves, scoop neckline the bride, wa beet man and man Repr I flu length of the school: Prior to this school: h*
he enroll tn. graduated from the two-week
and
a bouffant skirt with ushers were Michael and Timothy Joey .
0 bustle and chapel train Her Podbevsek, the bride's Upon completion of his active Aviation FainttlarUatlon School
Green I
COIN OPERATED fingertip veil of Illusion was two brothers. put ", he will return to civilian and the four-week Mechanical:
attached to a crown ot organ- The bridegroom and train one weekend each Fundamental School.
Is s son of
sa and velvet summer flow..s, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lukes, of with a Naval Air Heerve 1"J.jltl

DRY CLEANING and she carried a cascade of Manltou Club, I squadron at NAB, Jack Clarified' ..Id.
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Vt)0 CAN carnations centered with a I I I III.
snow queen orchid. The bride tore a Uo-plece He firing Hit: Ileiull' to

(24 North Orasge Arena GREEN COVE 8FBINGS PA.E".NFoStEST Mrs. Ronald H. Kurt attended -I white length lace with dress of street I 1 I lor U. Aviation Machinist's Mat hurt Try one and
FIRES matching accessories I \
a* matron of honor In a Hans Frledrtrh W. Gee
Her veil was shoulder I see your rttultf!! !
U8N ton of Mrs. Pau
.. '' eur length attached by a white
-_:.-.. -.. I' velvet ..........
t boy. Bhe csrrlvd race. I 11 ."J' ,,.,I UI>iIt.:.....,... . "'r." , r
.. ., .. cede of white carnations and J ,
_ ...1 4 ft wide "' *

t \ ; white white orchid roses centered with j A y"I hlt.klt:) ............:...............".. from *'4.)0:) ft,

.: .. Mini Robertnon's gown was rev AAM YfniTl Double PlankedjlulklioaiU 1

'" a pink street length with ashoulder "finTfi M.................,.? fioin $ .M It. I
collar and bouffant n

r skirt. Her Veil! was also attach. WaNTIDIe (Mnrlno I'n-NMiro Trcnlvd Lumber! ) )
ed with a velvet bow. She carried /
a bduquot smaller than I INVITED I fill & IMWH Kami) ?.............. $).1.50 & ).f(5.00( ) Loml .'
the brldu's.

The couple will reside at I Sate NOS, '?w430Np K. Boe Inc.

Magnolia Spring A artm'nta. J
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7,4"n/:;:i : ", -: r 'C"1i 9t ,?i ') rl..: : = . r ., ? +vr Na vr t- ..Itf .I II", a !-'-;- ".':' tim .,', gram dpr.way; ,wa theVsnekk,acbeduled(ot to June,gtt Pro.un.ji.

yl, Aid CHRISTIAN" et'iBNCESOCI Wnford; band &
.f S g 1.v 1. TT. rector, wo kCJ.k.! for pupils!
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Core I. Houston Si. gradjmp who are
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: : COVE SPRINGS from
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SubjectsCHRISTIAN pernoni
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CAMPBELL SUSAN WEIGEL and PAT HANLEY f 1tr I. ... ., :"" "
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In Talent SLit Prepping For Next Yearit '
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DAVE: TALBOTTWE of the rehearsals Park. Mrs. Polk Is executive "
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DIDNT WIN , BUT Susan WM Interviewed on secretary of the Miss Clay ,
THEY' KyEW WE WERE ; Friday night by a represent County Pageant. Mr. and Mrs. ;

THERE! tlve of the Associated Press Joseph Oerhart, Mr. William :t"

That might be summed up and said she had "wanted to Heaey John McKinley and Mr
as the feeling of the Clay be Miss Florida since she was and Mrs. David Talbott of s

County delegation who observed a little girl' . and wa determined Oreen Cove Springs. I "".
the Rise Florida Pa- I to train herself to
pt.IIL try to capture the title. CLAY HIGH SUMMER e ;i. rMr ,ee. nI

day County ha every reason Attending the Pageant from ATHLETIC PROGRAM
to be proud of Becky Clay County were Becky' parents Athletic Director I Gary Green Cove' summer day amp got underway teacher, the staff on Monday found them-
Campbell who presented a picture Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Campbell Spruce, 1 ta encouraging boy this week with a total enrollment of *"lv s repeating to each of the enrollees: wK
of trace and charm in and her sister Cheryl and who are Interested In a summer 40. Sponsored by the Green Cove Jayeees, -Walk, don't roe" I 0_ *; ONLY

swim suit and evening gown her grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. athletic program to reportto the camp at the Industrial park offer boy Shown above, sitting at the edge of tbe 1
presentation and did an outstanding Waller Mercer: also Mr. and Clay High a* lOOn as possible and girls from the age of seven through Dolphin Pool L to r, ant Joy Loner Sharon
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job In talent competi Mr*. Leroy Richardson, Mr. according to the following 11 on Monday and Thursdays; and those Tlson, Sheila Oeofbafan Linda Thnrmond.Shaion .
tion. James Frisbee, Mr*. E. E. schedules: from II yean of age through bIb school on Oeofhafan. Denise Loner, Pamela Pet Week
Two hopeful for next year, Barthlow, Mr*. E. M. Nugen 2 pjn 4 p.m. Junior high Tuesdays and Fridays a wide variety of directed Paterson Noreen Tomes, Shellah Bash and v II
Susan Weigel who now begin and her daughter Ruth and and younger student recreation Including swimming basketball Julia Wilcox (who forgot to bring her I Water ,

her reign a* Miss Clay County Mr. and Mr*. William C. Wei- 5 p.m. 7 pJn. Senior high volleyball, tennis, art and crafts bathing suit). Standing, L U r" are Louvenla Temperature.it .
of 1085-66, and Melinda Glen- gel, all of Middleburg, Mr school students and supervised games. Patten, one of the stiffen, Ramsey and it o lit tamp,,. I

nan who has moved to the and Mr. Lamar Knight, Mr*. Dead Headed by. Jsmes Ramsey, a Clay High Edward M. Taylor, another staffer. Slit CapacHy
pot of first runner-up, obServed Shirley Murphy and Mr. and Say ia eLM niter
the pageant and several Mrs. Dillon Polk of Orange THE CRESCENT Heart Disease Killer
SUMMER SCHOOL ENROLLMENT "...Ie

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At the close of the first week of the summer public;

special training in the county school session the following enrollment figure were reported Pr*scrubbing I

6 Reasons Why You last year. : o N* Gars U

Evidence of continued growth Orange Park Kith . . .. . Scholastic . ,. ,. .1,. 301 d I to Wear Out
and development of the county, Band . . .. . .. .. .. 94 oSYearGuarantee

Is reflected In the Increased Dunbar High . . . . . Scholastic . . . .. 51 l I H,

Should A activity of the Sanitation Sec. Band .. . .. ,.. .. .. 39 M/ I .. .
Buy Ion in those area most associated -
with an expanding Bennett Elementary< . . . Remedial Reading . 27 ------...-....
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Math.* Language Arts 30 ? _.Ow.._.. .

population O P. . . . w.tlr_ t_.M_1"..-..
Late In 1863 the ElnmentaT Remedial Reading 23 -.. ..-""
Clay County .. ...
I e Color TV NOW Zoning Commission and the Math *' Language Arts" 21 -- ----,

Health Department developeda TOTAL 584

i system calculated to more ABC-TV AND APPLIANCES
(from FUIJ UTOX'S Of Course) closely relate building construction FIRST MfcTllODIST CHUKCHI
special Christmas -
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I CHRISTMAS IV JUNE I "he ll-co A. M. Service Sund 7I 151 Idlewild Avenue. Green Cove Spring*
KATISi; ': TAX )hits sanitation facilities I Rev G N Craig will preach on 1-1
.' UlJRA-COLOR TV 1 IHi'U' removed from This was accomplished by Including The Adult Choir of the First I the tcpk, "Keeping Alive the Phone 2I4-US1
on the Zoning Com .....
; \ Mtthcdlut Church will present Spirit of Christmas.: .. -:-- "' ----- -
1 (Ji: color TV price i mission Building Permit, a par- -

-, .., 1 1= 'olnr TV puce !i" graph for Health Department

'. 3: )lower lluui ever. countersignature. The Health
Department wu thus notified

, .. .M o n i,: COLOUSHSUmiicver. when construction was contemplated

I l e t : () and could make rrcmmendatlons -
for sanitary facilities yea,
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; This fall!, XBO will capable of serving the ii

v curry !J'j"or) uight"llOwl4' tructure.

t t ,;+' in color ; , In 1864 the Clay County Zoning -
'\ h CBS 50% of iiiRlit/ Commission (Issued 404 ig ..f
,,, building permit for 'C Ce
single
tar showy! in color, inchuliiiirlM ?
family residences, to be constructed
: 1 Sullivan
In unincorporatedareas
'. and Hcil 1 Skclton ; of the county. Of this
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', ._..'I ABU 30% in color. number 243 permit were for
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f, r house to be constructed In
Mole) M93'AR'D 3. 10C5) OR color TV' developments served by central
'I} ia equipped with sewage collection and disposal e \
1 o All-channel VHF UHF reception with the new G E Syn- facilities. The remaining;
r. chro lita "82" Illuminated tuning system featuring the UHF to receive the 161 building permits were la-
exclusive: "410" permatronic transistor tuner, new UHF channelsk' )
sued for residence to be
o C E simplified "Instant color" controls for quick, con 17 and 30 due to served
Individual
A venient tuning of color strength and tint by disposal.
o G-E Tina Furniture" Cabinetry featuring matched wood come *on the air unit
venee and hardwood solids In authentic period design. MOon with color I

.a. e General Electric exclusive "CA" color chassis featuring prOgfamti,. ORANGE PARK HIGH SUMMER utks
system-controlled picture power. ATHLETIC PROGRAM

'!. I' _. t <4 4. You get a months I Athletic Director, Carl Duncan

t" : r policy on urge boy Intere.tedlln[ .
$436.63 your I a program of summer'
: I ;With 1ra4. OK TV from athletics
to contact him at Orange Perk
n Fullertou's! at no High School between the hoar Mouse Sport Coupe irtUk KB faHO s
'j'; I ,. extra cost, plus ono I of I I o'clock as soon as powl- kp annlabb for man awls
(I to.*p awitoW m Corm modes)
:- J I year ou all, parts. ble ao that a summer schfd- er
ult can be worked out.:

5. YOU CAN PAY us Coryair by Chevrolet

i low as $15.71 per I ,r

., ,month for a OE
"f ,-, TV with first pay* Ifs styBfth, SMrty aced avalh $. wfth. sN to 1M frisky cr Ufo ,It + ,
Vtfent notIdu&natilAugust : I k rMf wr. SM kwtow. wlut car niNrts sy Sheet tts "We'd feed the Corvair into leNgNMtbg

; 1 1965.( I .. ...hl...g.TWl s..y..r..aJ.. r the turn with i increasing
,, aad lee what.mtoMlq. 1M u. let right ...I IOffl! on the Itt
applying aa much pow S
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|I G. A.ND LASTLY, I e was
y r available and
e '' come
i I. IV yo .1hbe! glad you' I Iyi1.M4 Lfeswa wild intent apeed&-with and no smooth' Irorchin out the other end
aipohny: 01 the
: purclias d your OB curve without 10
; y I color TV from Fullerton's f.yeutL. fivet' I on the road. Maw Ti..e much aa a tail wag:'

# l who have tettlttPEal .K i f -Not counting the Corrttt*, s..u Inestr./d
ports
WMtrsM
Model M810AEB CotTalr has the closest ". .
a
,I been serving "color'New Whetj t//. lubricate your cawe "On test runs at grounds thing to performance banpr that new will m'rican be .poria '
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TV since 1957.' Ex* double check*{jevei itrta I Michig roving /ling' charactensticj you'll acceptable eminently SEE THE U. A
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Low
1 5' 63' the CorA stashed and /find on thlf sld.. the that rallies but I
Pricet- e, fjttlnt to,. se th t hn-tn
know the
i perlen a<\ !.ou American
1'I l n "rad. 3f ('o tirjf '1 )..'. f\I D r ubaged. *- I and stoPprd it come t4vithno-ev'en dipping at, ride ocean quab. with! .0, tacn&e- III Mann,,,,f. double at church THE NO.. 1 WAY

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e ear aM' l.u_, .'t & i. I new CHEVROLET.:..CHEYElLE CHEVY' D CORVAIR
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FOR BALK WANTED TO BUT or RENT III LEGAL ILo1 scr s5)N I LKGAb NOTICnlIM 'LEGAL HOTICBe _, p LEGAL MOTICBe.NOTICB .".

I IYa TUB cot Rr 4>r TUB gjrflf FOR i.u.EWnom brick WANTED TO. BUT OR RENT: TOSS THB"(0'IRctl?JIIMCIALCIRVIIT COIRT or Jl'lHiB' CLAY tot NTT.i9i NOTICE m HEREBY GIVEN that the following dteo'ribe 1 *

boa, on I lots SO x US' each. Modern I or S-bedroom homo IN"IH" / KOR CLAYtohTr : .rLOMIDA. "R".A'I'1IIo lasts will' ito old al publlo auction oa lbs' Sri day of July, A.O.
: "...RIIt,. 1. tat E tat. of lull at the, City Hall Keyaton Helshta. County of Clay. But 0'
Within city limits en N. St. la Green .Cove Sprlncs or IB CHANVKHV.r: tUTU C. lUHNKH.: alio known no.'d.' to p.' lha mount duo for taxis aereln **t oppoilt tks

Johns Avenue Will sell far'ni.hed Oranc Park. Need not later N. ds.o-q"; a* Mild.. U. >'. TUK.NKIi: using am*. le.Sal,.Iber to Mart with at nil IS panaltia clock. and neon oat. such sla and .ad....

or untarnished. For IB- than end of Aognt. WrIteallou ALICE DAVIS, ROBl.NSOtt.llainllff TO ALk'cKEDlTORS AND PBR- Arras "o;!
." Box Green /k/n ALICR NUNS HAVING CUA1M4 OH Us.erletSoa Owes Taos Cars
Cove
578 '
formation ,
phone 184-312 or DAVIS ROMINsON DUDLKT HhMANLWI:: AOAl.NHT SAW .1.1* ft It I1Ik. 14 "''H'Wtlnrn.' '..... plus' .dv
0251. 8-Stfe Springs. -17-tfp KSTATK; t :: ..14 &I',:: : tV Sr. 61.51 plus adv.

'va.WASII1NOTON. Yon nnd each "you are br*. Fart i< 4, rn.cr..BlkA, H'tM.1'1. JJJ. plus ad,.:

FOR SALE: Penney Farms. K, BBNED1CT by notKi.fi. and r* ulrd ,. pr- larane. Plnerrnt Add. lee Hill II.IT plug' .4".
FOR RENT Amt HAKKIttr .... UbiNbiUILl': ant any claims and demnaaaMhlvh I .." 0' II 'In..t Ad.I Kdgar: lla..b 4." plus' 'ad\'.
1 Two bedroom boast furnished his wits JOHN P., VJHAVAT: roW or Uhr' ol you, Lois I19 ll1k. 1 Sunrise
(i'A IIKUKU: T"YW1JvUN; "'. limy hsv..galn.t. the *>tal* *fliulh ; Park Enilnra: N. GallantJ5 plus .h.
Lot 85 front by ISt deep. Eastside FOR RENT I,Furnished 1-' cI. \SIUSilN. AU.NliJ> T. TAYI.OU; C, Turn r alaa known .5Mr. Lot lit 111k. 1 Runr'' Park l'hlllip. I''ora" .... plus .d"
,oil eoune. Carafe. El- room .alr-condltloned IIDBKUT: 1'CI'LEYI I'KTKU: .. C. K. Turner, d.t...*.., Lip 5, I Oik. I Sunrla
,house
DUULKV! JKNMbJ! PUULbiY, hit* of raid' County( lo in* Caun.ly .Park Marry 8 time .... pluvLot 1Av.
wood Johnran. O 0 8. Phone extra clean. Located 111 Bay a/k/a "JENNDCOt.KIl JKS- Judge at Clay County, JTIorlda I lllk. I Sunrli. Park Aloliln C. Hoholi, |.|| plussud.
IS4-C6S2. Resident SOS South sib KN'klHT KOUINSUN. furs at kin orgies In the nounbutt. Pera" D. MolXinaMTas
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES St. CCS. Phone GCS t4 9J18.t8419SSI. rly JKXSIti KNKiHT.; PItINI'1L' . of aald County at 0.*.. Colin-tor" .'

Mainoli DOS. (Oppoalte Itfe LA UUDLKY: JKS8IU UAMliLK, Cov. Pprlnm. Klorltla. within .10.. 1T. 14, TlR
formerly, JKMIM UOULSYt and rli calendar month1 from th*
8 POINT TYPE: (This size Yam Mill)). ltfe HAYMONU;/ Dl'DLKY) abcvenamod huts *f th* lint publication of .s. I,

type) Pint insertion up FOR person not known to b* this notlc Two cople *f lick >crlpta, Expenditures! and Balancxs for all funds ot the
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Per RENT: 3-room furnished demand .11 b. I.wr'Unll. .
FOR SALE Lovely 5 dead or alive and If dead the cliMm or "
: -room Board
to 30 words for $1.50, allover Apt. 100 West Street tt a unknown .p"I1.. h.'r.' devleou. and halt .'a''* th. of County CommUnloner. Clay County Florida for the
column Inch. $1.40. No dis house pine paneling throviheut. .r."'..., aaelsneta llenora, pUo of roaldenc old poet etttc fiscal year ended September 30, 1984, .
30 at 50 per word. Additional month Including utilities .r.'or. trll.'.... Op' olh.r address ..tJI.. lUlmnnt, and
lot
consecutive Inser counts. Landscaped 1M.5 I Phone GCS SS4-3tlS.. tie clalmanta and all partke claim' shall bo sworn to by th. claim. RECEIPTS
lot feet. Excellent condition. Inn Intern by, thrauith, underor net 'hie aiat or altornegr and Cash Balance October 1, 1883 I
tlonj minimum of $1.20 allover ; t. $114,079.31
; --0.- asilnet the sold WASMINtl. .ostn0n.l.d b, a flllsg .
.
30 word at 4c per Can owner CCS S84-5S41. TON II:. BENBDIUT!: and HAR- on* dollar and snob claimmarfd .r 41- rnvtitment Balance October I, 1803 . . . . . . . .00
FOR RENT 3-room famished RUT his (. not *o flle-1 shall b* void'
: E. UKNKDICT. wl
w.rd. (For cash with order CARD OF THANKS aid tlolteFOR eotta,. .n river. For Informs JOHN P. OHAVAT) IIRHKK; ./ "nlr. Turner Ayo Receipts from all sources . . . . . . . . . . . . 885.818.at

to avoid bookkeeping! and TAYlOR; JOHN P. WlIJtOSj A* eiulor .of Ih* Loot Ti'onsfen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,09
IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 SALE 1IS7 Dodge two a.. phone 1$4-2574. 3-1 Itfe AONK.4: T. TAYMWl1 ItOIlIoUT Will' sot Tealament cf
mailing 250 discount on first door SIT VI. Motor overhaale I>lti.KYl PE SER "?JSt1H.KY. hull C. Turner d.c...*
words for $1.80, all over 30at JRNNIH nrnLRT, s 7k"JKV.. Pint publication Jun. It IMI. Voucher. Payable September 30. 1184 . .. . .
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insertion and 20o discount: New baD Joints and new FOR RENT Co,.... .. Smith NY" DUDLEY JKIWlH KNIOIITUOBIN80N 1-10, IT. II, '.1 .00

on each additional 8c per word. Owner been aaalcncd I* Lake WUI sleep eight For Information PRMOILLA, fprmerly Dt'l'I.KY JKIIKIKKNIOMT. ; IN THIS CINCI'IT' ro RT or Total . . . . , . .EXPENDITURES. . . . . . .. . .. . . . 1733,758.35'

overseas duly. Car located atRIIEert.on call 114-411. JKHMIM QAMBLB, formerly TIIM roOHTII JtltltlALCWttllT.

11 POINT TYPE : Gulf Station. IKHdlK PITLKY and RAUIONOll'ULIITI II .A"U' Expenditures for all purpotes . . . . . . . . ..$560, 4134
.34-ltp
(This size type) First 1-It-lI. 'Ins any ,lid eetat" all rljtht poisons title claim-' or In ltO'.11.llTT......'.YLONIHA.No. *..*lOIn Tranifers ., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M

LEO A L ADVERTISING: In'.'..' ,In or Hen ups tk. real re i Chance of Nam rf Steve Total Expenditures and Transfer . . . . . . 680 248 34
insertion to 30 kereln deecrlbod, (that 1'revatt Vrlailmo minor.
BSXP WANTED properly a
up Pint Insertion tUI33 per FOR SALE: Two bedroomhome U dearrllied I. .,lie Cvmplalnt), NOTUB Cash Balance September 30, 1084 . ... . .. ... .< m'wr01

words for $3.00, all over Inch; each additional Insertion with fenced back yard W A T. })-Mcll for the or Defendante.flOTICB any part .thereof" TOl rnvstmnt Balance September 30, 1064 . . . .. ., .00

30 lOo word. Ad. Utility aad earport. Convenlently JOHN a YEiumuiioI4 Total. .. . . . .. .. . . .
at per | .7133 per Inch; or room or Sl'IT' l Pleaeant, Street . . . . ., . . . .. 1733,75131
ditional consecutive insertions located In Green following departments : Neav Bodford. alaieachuMlblYou Board of County Commissioners
as required bl Statute. Cove .... .. For tafenaatien.phone Sheet Metal Cabinets THE STATIC Or rLOHlKA TOl; ar* hereby notified that
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minimum of WASHINUTUN ML HktNKUICT Petltlener, "I..... Prevail Vr Clay CountyBy
JacaaeavUle 771-MSI. sod MAKH1KT Id. UUNBUILTr' I..ilmo by his a**! frlond aad
[ :
final fini h. Ocori L Carlisle
$2.40; all over 30 wordsat Moulding, its wife JOHN P. UKAVATlMKBkilt tu/al mother Kleanor Mail Clerk
b2b8tp Prefer with TAYLOR) ".rw'to.ti Loner, has filed a petition la the ...24IN
80 per word. (For READING NOTICES: Per men previous *ILbX>N. AUNafS T. ; above-etyled pour ftrls
experience in these KOUKHT: L>UULBY: | PngrSRDUULKTj chap ot hi* name t* Steven
cadi with order, to line, 390. WANTED f JKN.NIM PUULBY. Provatl Loner and you are ran.quired TUB rot' NTY. "1111111" I* TMBI rornTr JVDMM TO Bt1'f'WANTIDI
'/ka "JfeNNY": DUDLKYl J SSlB fOlUT IM A .ll Palm
fields. Apply. Taylor b* and a1 la laid tOINT II AND rollnu
avoid bookkeeping and KNKIHT ROBINSON, form Court 0' or before lily: I IMIand CLAY tOfNTV. FLOIII.... lUl'NT". .LOII.D"SLAY
Mobile Home Inc. rly JKSHlfc KNIUHTl PIUHCIL. slow opus who oald poll.. of '
mailing, 50c discount on I-1N acres of highland 1 LA : UAMliLHl ties should not b. .,"" .. by CHARIIAEYII'TIII .. HUHUIOTER ... ria
DUIILtc'J.1I:11I11I
eoJUMo for chkkenraWng Green Covo Industrial : and of 1r wrllt.sdarnasea l>."....... In Hot Relate: cf
a sip yo
RAYMOND: she Must
insertion and 40c ht
first DEADLINE:: Noon Tuesday DUDLBYl ,.- *r objection' t* ealdchanc NOTirB TO fMBDITOIIS' HICHAROS
additional at net saore than SIM Park. 6-M.lto: named penoss pet knows to bs. of name If any you ....., All rredliora, of the Kulate of D.e.a..d
diftcbuiat. on each preceding publication date an .... Can Joe Eaton: Me*. dead or alive, and If dead lbs upon Theme J, Riven, attorney Charlotte 1. '' deceaaed.hereby NOTICB TO
..k..", epouee. HeM ...1...., fcr Petitioner.: P. o. Hoc us, are notified and nqulr.dto To all ",od...casntTtlns"I\
)). of Tbanday. day or Tveaday. Jan Po MltS. rraateee, .** ...... llenore.lalmante (II.." Cons Sprlnie, Florida' fll. any DI.I.... or demandawhkh anna .old ",. I r
5.24tipBUYER'S stators ''''.1.... o. ether II.... and by flllna; the originalIhsreaf they, may hats against ajalnai *... .
SALES WORK Excellent
. . till tlllllIlllIllIl 4444$ ttttttItttt $l4 and all, parties lalm.\ with the Clerk of oldCourt' aid' ..1.'. In Pas cMo' of tk* W... sod ouch 'roqulred'te It..a.II
( opportunity for icmi- Ins Interoet by, Ikroufk' underor olh.rwls., a d'orros ..rord.rfonl t'uunlv "..d.. ot Clay County, notified and. pro.
aaalnet the laid WASHIHa.. be entered srantlna Florida, In Ik* eourthoueo al soot aov claims and .ma"d'
retired to TON K. HICNKI\: >ICT and UAH.RIKT Its prayer of Ihe potlllonor and lreen Cove Nprlnse, Florida, which you, or other ..tl.o"j max
man woman
or 11:. UENKDIOT bus aSs' ; chancing Petitioner o same I* within all calendar, monlha from bars( ogolnsl! . ,
I call on busbies houses in JOHN P, UHAVATl, MKHNHTAYI Steven Prevail Loner the Ants of the first melillratliinf l'TH H. HirilAIIUM, d*.,..id,
GUIDE K; "T'lli'wfi WIlJION: union onapjf e this noli.'.. Hark claim or de.iiMid tats nf 1'by Ccunlv. rturhU.! teIk
Clay County area./ Expenses : AONK T. [ ROMEId Wltn..s my had and 'h. ag.1f must be In writing I and County Judl .( Clay County: ,
l>ll) >LKYl PRIER DUI'LKY, sold Court al Orson Cov. HUM slats the plare rf relden ('n.."'. (fonrlkou. .In Urta Cone
plus liberal commis- JKNNIB IR'OLIYks. "JEN. Hprlni riorlda.' Ihle Ih* Hal, and P"'tnffke address ofh.. 111.1"... riorlda.monthe within, alp,
NY" l>t'l>LEYl. JKSHIB KNKIHTHORINMON "' day of May, IMI, I'lalmant' anil mint b. sworn toby from tho dale of tits,
ions. Must have (car. Fullor : formerly JKKHIBKNIUHTl (SKAL) phi claimant. his asenl, or lest publication of thle notice
mOKINO BEYERAOC8 PIANOS PRIMi'lLI.A, DUOL.Y| tIKOHOB I.. C'A Rt.lIIt.JII. hi. attorney, or .II will becomevol Kaoh claim cr demand muM k*
AIR CON part-time work. Inter JKMMIB OAMIILB formerly Clerk' of th. Circuit Courtby ,| nornrdln In ,law, ,In writing and must elate Ike
JKNNIH M'M.KIY and RAYMt>NDl /sP1.d11.. llldley June U IMIWalter playa' of reeldenca and poal-offlc
outing sales, service work. l DUULKYI: and all pereona rlatm-' Iiepuly Clerk Mar MuhlhoferKierulnr addreee nf th* claimant and most
a MILBERGER log any eelate' right, till ol '-1. 111, 14NOTICB if Ih. Kulalo tf b* sworn In kv lbs claimant' ,
PAUL'SAd QUAUTY PIANOS Write fully to "Sales, .,.., 'In or II.. upon. lbs real Charlotte' I. MuKlhnfrr, III. .0.05 ar h1. .1I"n., op
properly herein deecrlbod' (that or 11I'1'11I/11'1'1"' TO ,hsrosi.d. It will ,liei'ame void' acaordtii'v I*
P. O. Box 57*, (IrvniCovo la deai rtbed In Ihe Complaint, II.'tIIITsUCTIrnol': NAME ..|.-IlrfwlINull. law,
REFRIGERATION Now 4
Oa Display .,.,
or an* part thereof Ksrh lIln. Shull dailyorolflrlrnt
alra Srrvloo. Spring, Kla. tfc the above-named psnnn.'rest.. Netlr* I. hereby plnsse that titsund.ragnsd 1I0TI1OIht 1',1. 0' his . ,
Legal Beverages under Ibe propl.lasor mall
assess heminknown.. 00.1,1. .he count, Julia' III
SERVICE EAST TERM You are herehr noliria.1 that obapler I/L0/ Law of riori* !', la kereby slen! itl D.. I. orb psrmrnalr.pr, r.nla.
LSWAL "OTana'llDaI a nut, his b.." filed' ...'001 you da Act of Mil will' relieferwrtk (holy Ximlnal 1'tuumleaomn
HART FVRNITVRK tie Clark of Ibo Uroullfount will ".leI n PublM Hans* Slr4slsd. .
CO. In Jun. II AfA Sail
I A. )L /.1 A. K.Daval Iko above entitled eue*| .n,1
Open ,la and fer Clay County, on Thueeday, JiAi II, IMI, alI M "'. HerlmaAs
Air -- lltTalnatWPhono 264-ltlI t'T run nineTb fie Shot pea are hereby with rsqu/rid lb.' / ('Sorb0f Sr Slate of klrrlda. upon rocolinof 04 u'clock p.m. In Ihe A soot...lip to.rutn: 0' isle Got
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C:1'.s: Gem Cove f print eommis.an. pour s.5wee proof of publlratn..f 1 Illsnoise. (loom vf 'h. l'l,* l>Nity Ccurl* Will ....1 Te.damonl .( I
*, FU.VRAt Board of County ".rnod y serve a
...... Meant pi..f: : :. tho tlcinfc.ii I name of knu. A. n. ., 'I'.... IJuve III'Til H IIICIIAItriH' ,
t 8. Ceaaty Une ,* of Clay' Corner Klurlita.will upon lea I'I.htlrf' _
.....,. ... .., for .
.. .. olds In Ih* :ofwerf or I'lelntlffe Lot e Hal II. . (A4dr ) florlila: Ih* "pur.po Pi'a il,
whoe ;
Hone Photo '*...7lDoitlnns North of OraBce Park ESTATI Clerk,rr vl Clr .I l| (.....r' en,Ii nemo and ..M,.allnrnef. lei, .....n IVve Wrrlna-e, Vie.Cipn.4t >* of hearing objection. If. Kir.I iiuiillialluri: opt) IIII1DMi r
Phone 224.1511PPLIANCRS e.It ucKfk I'.M. on July" I I. IMIa ttlUUM' T. IIAKKonri, JR. Mr. A Sea, Jaik I. U..? any, lo 'iieuino; a |>erall. Iv vim.ply 5.f1 Slrpt

Ik* fllonJn./! Slat Klna- Street 1.10.I .'IT.. 11.1.:_ ..,_ Paranraplt ellh" Heclhm IIIi 1 I Aol and I Is H.cll.MiI I - .
TWIN REALTY Ill favln lit Kwt of r.4 b.. Jaekennvlll' Florida. 1111 of .. 11..1
/Ih Clay CoMty .1".
IIIIK *
MMQllas': roil
BOATS learn M..ro..k jfubdllluaand sot later' rk>n Jaly" 1 SOIL
Th. hoard ot ,'I'nunlyiC'imml lallone, ...... l r uee Ih* 1.1.Isolne |. ,
Hilda T. ,1'eMRealtor / ll "IMIair." ,", Nubdlnl.lo.Ik* Kltn: >t AITLIAKCB M.aduwbruck l>rIvs Hlt-ll. r> will anlerodaielael 'I'i'r'. ,. I.I.I". In sic. :urflvo: oils if U..., |onitenipllonon lien
TV \l !
for Ike relief do
'INLET MARINAand Mi,... iri>.all"n* t* b. r..titd ..o..dI"you( Complaint.The of Iho Clerk. ul the ClrtUII' Court., Ik* pr.misslltl.aio IgJerBill !
SERVICE from t'Ur, '*..."'r lluad ...i..rInlcndfnl until 4 14 I'M. July I, IMI, on al Ih* lliiutkeail *nr.n 11
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eeld bslna Ih. North of
r of half Sits
< RENTAL Ihe foll.iwlnailine '
SALES .
T 6 urn..r CWk vfClrrull i.T' 11'
We Repair AD BrandsfervMnc ,' for TO ul' : ,. ; of Ihefulluwlns New "IHeael )1..,.... not !to.. NWU .f Dei-linn I II. Ti'wrship -
BoatyardMERCIRT ACREAGE LOTS 0"'" Clue C..I' ,land ellualeA 'In I Mouth, Stings II Put,
-ft Tk. Hoard r.*.rt** Ik* right Clay halt III H. I', la b. Inelnlleil by :
Clay County lo all 10'01.IM'"U County, "''''I'. U-wlll; Ihe accopted til.1.1.w /In an Adam anil rcn North Iii ,..t lo a ,
For Sateen" Yean Residential Cawssertial r.-.l ar 5 r f.r K'NTT The middle' rne-lhlrd' of Ih* Motor Ur....'. Mmlel, No. II*. All nolnl. thence rim NVe.l l Sue
IndustrialServing 1'I'flUI IN.IrV' 'Y.IM, mouth one-hall. at let It. Sen. work to ... dune al County II. 1..1! In a pilnl them run XsauS.u
Orante Park Ph. IMMMFULLERTON'S SALES A URVICE8O&TIlIoroa..TLUUIUJ ('LAW ctl.CNTWt lion o a* ShOWS on map, ijland ...., Thl Motor Ura.l.r may b* Mouth ten h. I. iH.lnl onIh
Oreater day c.. t.r Ilnnru I, Csrtb.l.' entitled "Map ol KlorLViVt \ ,laaperted at Ihe. Slay, .11.....' He. of'hlb' nf tho Kurlkhalf I
!{., Clm.ll Court Inter' llama and Iml"..... rags. Immediate d'lln.ey. faek NVVIi of eald
Notary Paw ,..1011... Joan I/. J.I", I, INS. teal." accord i In Plat In lie paid Open completion I ofInelallalloa. ""'11..,, II, 'lh.n.* run P.ielaline
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Wet A Dry ......,. non hereof ae rorrrded ,U Pint. Hid lo Invlud trade. said Moulh line a dl.
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24 N. Onuura Am.GroM Martne Weya Otflro M4-IM1 IV THN I INCI IT (Ol HT or reiwra* .f Clay County, "''ur. sin' *. keclnmno.an .
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.err Tko North ee-lklrd' nf 'III IHIAKII OP. ,M'NTr b* hoard al said, tins and
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r. land ..UII.. "Mao of Florida H r i lioness u 4'arlleke, llyi Jam** .. (',*.1|
"ON 1':1I.' Hit Winter "0.. and ImprovedLaadf. Clerk Clreull Court REED ACCOUNTING ." Publlak' Jen. II, July 1. .Soil 5.15.55.
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FRANK mono A Z UPHOLSTERY JOB JONIPR.. ,If .....,.* of Hay County, ..0'1.11.....ACtAf PLtl1114II ,) PI/N Ths Nnard ., I'oalp r.I..
TAX SEKVICHLUls rl*..ld..... 1'aknown roaXCEITINO .lsepl of Hay County, r lor 14*,
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veil roeooonl Pansies I and yon are ..,.., ,.*....*.. I. ,In rued lioek II. pare N..d.garVl.aN on Jriey r 1. IMI. for Ihe Inelall,
'TaL 204.711Personalized I In. CMoranL2P PhoM M4r7MFUKJU11MB sores sees plolnllfr. alleraey 1.f Ih. ,.hll. planed. at or ivvit'Tia 7vAPPLY lion ol Tubelito' AIMinm diMr
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ServicasAccounting > FIRE AUTO ... ... rosy wrllms5. ..,.__ WIT5E a) my band and Ik* I* :'PInalN.pert: ::. I will: be foraleked by
CANVAS WORK ear. 5 ik* bill of ovnuilalalIn : eaaJ ., M '14 (',.., el Onus Cev* hav filed *n4 Ik. Clot of Clreell" Court, Clay
HouzowNEna std) sill ropy of wkkh I U *>prinv. *. .'.... Ikl* lllk day petition for rinal t'leebario a* C. '
& Tax : LOANS BOAT TOPS A CUStnONS ..11..,. ,. v.a b..wNM. 55 .f of Mar. Ar IMI. Ktorotrli of Iko reiala: of HoyH. Tko Ikard ., Ceualy Commie.Innera .
MORTOAOE SLIPCOVERS MATE: boforo Jolr 14, A">. ..... FBAI.F Clialker 4Mdi and Ikalon .. roar,. Iko right' U r*.
Returns
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For New Furniture cull k. ..,.,... ...,.., tlerk ., Clmrlt Corset I Ik* Hennrebl TUB iMIAMli OP C'OL'NTY your hUdllaht,._hn you '
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DELIVERYCALL FARM LOANS Pllll n... James W,"." Joko.In .
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The ltsr.WWlam ,IeJ'be will The Rev and Mm. Kenneth Is doing graduate work at Wake dedication ..me.-0"- the new, 24 -J. .:. Hefei Beeeler, Chancyf Coo fbL

the preset! .et the .10:15 Downing of Akron,1 Called on Forest College two story building of the Bea-1 '24' Burlloitost Chaney J. P.,Hall. Coca cola
'. cod' Mission In Bridgeport 1
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tun. servcei at the.Penney Miss Edith McDowell and the 29 J..P.UJtenll Ch J. P. HaD'JJurliDltoa
Conn. Rev Batchelor. was I nq'
Memorial' Churcb'O": Sunday Rev. and Mrs C. 8. Dopp re- Miss Florence and Hettle one"01 .the:.founders of this July 1 COca Cola Burlington JJeHl.r J. P. HaD

The Rev W.: 1;Q.; Cole will : cently. Mr. Downing is super Beal returned home after an mission, about, 30 years ago, I ; ,;. ," '," ": 2.Chane. JJeael.r'J.. P. Revels Coca Cola
teach the combined adult classes -! intendent of the Goodwill Industries extended visit In the north. and was its secretary for 23 ,: <\\l

at 0:15: a.m..ln the .Penney : In Akron and was en years I
Memorial sanctuary.The route to the national convention -
The Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd
of the Goodwill IndustriesIn Ferris returned last Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Basil R. Trus- : DeathsMRS. Rebels Lose One

Rev. H. Walton Grady, St. Petersburg after attending the North Indiana cott arrived home last week, I ,
from a visit with their daughter I RUTH RICHARDS
pastor of the First Presbyterian Annual Conference of the
Church, Starke, WM the guest Dr. and Mrs A. David Thae- Methodist Church at Ball Stats Ethel, In Davidson, N. C. Service for Mrs. Ruth E. Win Two On WeekendThe
the Memor ler returned last week after During their visit they attended
preacher at Penney University Muncie, Ind Mr. Richards, 78 years old, who
lal Church last Sunday. Mrs. two weeks in North and South Ferris visited his former the graduation of their died at her Green Cove home

I r Orady and their three children Carolina with Dr. and Mrs, churches at Elwood, Green- grandson, Wesley, from David last week, will,be held Fridayin Green Cove Rebels as part of a 4-team doubleheader
accompanied him. After Gordon Spaugh, of Winston. town, and Anderson, Ind. The son College The day before the First Presbyterian bowed last Saturday night 9-1 The Rebels downed
conducting the worship service Salem. Dr. Spaugh was a room trip was made by car with a Wesley was commissioned a Church. The Rev Richard G. to Edgewood In the Jacksoon- Flora Homes 9-3 in the' first
i and preaching on ENCOURAGEMENT mate of Dr. Thaeler In the nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. second lieutenant in the Army. Johanson officiated. vine League but came back on scrap and shutout Doctors In-

Mr. and Mrs. Moravian College and Seminary Earl Murphy of Anna Marie W. Alfred A native of Sheldon, HI., she Sunday to play their best ball let 2-0 In the nightcap. In the
and the three children Bethlehem, Pa. While in The Swlgarts have sent a
Orady Island was a longtime resident of first Ralph
Monday
far. game
souvenir postal card picturing of the season thus on
were given a hearty welcomeby Winston-Salem, the Thaeler'shad Green Cove.
'J. W. Alfred of Jacksonvillewill the mound, had a perfect
In played game
the
Glacier Alaska, Saturday ,
Portage a mass game
visit with their who
those present. a son She leaves a cousin, J. Row.
The daughter of Dr. and of rough ice. After touring head 1968 fund campaigns in Jacksonville, Lacy Farley and through the fifth and a 1-hltter
l ley Madison, of Daytona Beach.
Mrs Daniel L. Snyder, Mrs. T. some of Canada, they expect to of the American Red Cross in Burial was in Hickory Grove Olin Hodge pitched 5-hitter, Into the last inning, but became -
INCREASE FARM PROFITS H. Fowkes and her two girls arrive home next week. Florida a post he also held cemetery. but the Rebels were charged tired and gave up another
three hits in rapid order.
with six errors and four passed
Marie and Ann, have been
last Helm Funeral Home was in
visiting her parents since June There was an attendance of I year. balls which was all Edgewood In Green Cove's second game,
WITH A PCAINTERMEDIATE 5th. Mr. Fowkes was here week. 40 at the, Mission Study Class I Alfred and vice chairmen he charge of arrangements. needed to grab the victory I played in the Azalea Bowl

ends and took his family home last week in the Quadrangle.Miss Is appointing will help th Green Cove won both of Uw Monday pitched a 4-hit shutout
t : last Sunday. They live In Tarbell presided and had state's 77 chapters which will MBS. ALMA SEER games in which they played I The Rebels were charged
t Statesboro, Ga. charge of the devotions. Mrs. either conduct Independent Graveside services for Mri. Sunday afternoon in Palatka with only one error, and no
TERM LOAN r T H. Runyan finished the review campaigns next March or par Alma Blitch Deer, 77 years old, passed balls, in each game.
of the study book on Race ticipate in united campaigns, a native of Clay County, who Everybody in the Rebels
up to Mrs. Helen Springer and Mr. Relations and Christian Missions Paul M. Moore of Atlanta, died at her Atlanta home June GEORGE AMBROSE lineup hit safely in the first

7 years to repayFinance and Mrs. Ray L. Smalley hada by Dr. Daisuke Kltaga- Southeastern. Area manager, 10, 'were held last week in GARTMAV game. Farley had two and MOn.
visitor from Rhodesia last wa. has announced.He Middlcburg cemetery. The Rev. day had a bases-loaded double.
week, Mrs Emory Alvord, was appointed to the Jim McCullough, minister of George Ambrose Oartman, In the second game Kenneth
at your the farm lowest improvements possible- whose youngest son is getting state Red Cross post by national the Orange Avenue Baptist age 75, of 120 North Magnolia, Willis' and Lou Lynch. garneredtwo
cost. You can do this with a Masters degree at Duke University e fund co-chairman Robert Church, officiated.. passed away Saturday morning hits each.
simple interest PCA loans : W. Sarnoff of New York City. Mr. Geer was initiated into at the Clay Memorial Hospital. In another Sunday after
You automatically increase Mr and Mrs. Alvord went to niNT NG He is a member of the boardof the Eastern Star in Green Cove He was a retired mechanicand noon game, Doctors Inlet troun-
profits financing when you costs save for r' Rhodesia as agricultural missionaries directors of the Duval County more than 53 years ago. a veteran of World War I. ced a Palatka American Legion
on Shop
credit-see , many years a 11'0. After Red Cross Chapter. She l leaves a sitter, Mri I He is survived by his wife, team 121.
a period of missionary worK Funds raised in 1966 campaigns Pearl Brooker, of Green Cove; Marjorie, of Green Cove In a league game this Saturday
under the American. Board of CALL THE CRESCENT will be used for disaster a brother' Roy Butch, of Qulncy Springs. Private services were* night beginning at 7.30:
Northeast Production! Credit Congregational Church, ho preparedness and relief, ; and three sons, Emma conducted at 9 o'clock Monday I.I o'clock, the Rebels will face
the 3eer, of Alburquerque, N. M; I the Braves In Woodstock Park.
Association was employed by govern military personnel welfare, morning in the Helm Funeral
569 Edgewood Avenue 8, ment to continue in the cams blood, safety, health, :youth, Carl Oeer, of Jersey City N. Home chapel with the Rev. The Sunday schedule is indefinite -
."" 1X1 Main Street, Falatka Jacksonville kind of work for about' 40 PHONE; 284. 166 hospital and other services, J.: and Alvin Oeer, of Bloom- Joe Olachea, pastor of the I at present.
I He died In 1959. I I. field N. J.; a daughter, Mrs, First
TeL EA 8-IS6I TeL EV 4-U41 years Moore said. Baptist Church officialng -
Cecil Fields, of Decatur, Ga; Cremation followed.He .
'taco nine grandchildren and 12 Say You Head, ,,It in
had been a OreenJCove
great grandchildren.) resident for a number of :years. THE: CIIESCEXT
Honorary pall bearers Vera
Look it's
T. J. Rivers, Alex Chester,

tarry Cressy, Clifford Geiger,
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Richard Sapp. Lester Rowe,
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f ee ,. I : e bush, Otto Rosenbush, T. J.
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Jennings Jr.. and Lawrence ATTENTION i 3Das's
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'" ( .. ....... .." ; > ,.. .;fi,' )If 1 'J'tI.w. .... .'11' In char| rof arrangements: MOTHERS. .
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I a MRS. LOIS CRE1GIITOV
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Lola Januson Crelghton, of Memorial BIG
Home Community, who
died last week were held Saturday

at Penney Memorial 11x14PORTRAIT
Church with the Rov. Dr. J.
PLYMOUTHTIME R. Neale, of Orlando, and the
Rev. C. M Ackerman officiat' r!, ::4;; '

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v ing.Born S3 years ago In Bakersfield .'

Tiito4save at; your'Plymouth;;: JDcuIcr's Mrs.. Calif.Cretghton, to plomeer was educated parents Black and White

Plus Small
at the University of California I
on a Barracucla-:-P1 ytnotitli's\fast-lilovmg fastback / Berkeley She taught school In Handling Charge

Bakersfield until her marriagemore
r than 50 years ago. "., ,; .... .eJ: 11ro ,
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grandchildren and one gnat $1 .00.,
grandson Her children, all of MEQ. $S.00 VALUE ONLY
whom attended the memorial

service are: Joan W. CretghUn .
'ri Jr, of Santa Barbara No appointment necessary 110.1': :
FeI Calif. Robert J. Crelghton ofOverton I fun selection of poeee
Mea. A T_.
Neb.; Joseph Crelgh- .
No age limit 1* U 1 91.5
ton of Wellesley Mass.; Mr*.
Charles E. Campbell, of Highlands e All work guaranteed Wed. 9 le U
Y N. J.; and Mr. Frank
Barry, of Cleveland.
Burial was in UM MHC ceme WESTERN AUTO STORE
1 1r tery. Helm Funeral Horn was

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NO'tICS II hereby glna that UM foOovlnt d/solibtid W..lt fU'of lot I. block1. '. *'* Earl rraa.1.l ........?. Ml .

bndi will be told at public auction on UM tth day of July. a* roe. la OR No. II, Pac 414 Milton 'H. Peavro ........ "
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IKS. at UM City Hall door In been Core BpriDft ria- East: H ef let I '''Block ... and ',, |;J, ..rb. Frank Mjrtr ............. ILTI (4;
to pay UM amount due for all tuns west II tt of tot 4, block 44 i >
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OWNER 'I' c Era Leo Hill ........ M4 .
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Robertson ............... 11.71 PUt of block II, Nrrth Su.burb Annie Stewart ....... .

I ft. of lot I A I. a* recorded II Page. l a.*. yen' la. OH No. 10. 1* ee.
In OR 17, P. SOti Meet M. Lfckttt 8r. .......... .. Dtlity A Wllford Davis ... lilt
tea. replat of A of Wilt6 of lot I, block II, North
block 17. Palmer A Ftrrl Suburbs' R.th Leokott lleucr II
Tract. 0rfrudeSpp .... .......... 11.11t part
South M .., lot /. block II. D.n..lla .. Itn.n. ....... *.i*
T, IcoU..'. Rplat of wt .
North Suburb
1/1 of block 17. Palmer Wilbur Lawson ...... Lot .......... --.t
j Ferns Tract. Franklin Ronbuh ...... 11.ft East H ef lot L block 10.. North r II ...

Lot .. Scctttn't Replat ef wt I I Suburb w. R. Hall :: page 0 )I., William .. ,.......... 14' '.t" 'I. Vr
IFS ef block /7. Palmer Eat H tf lot I block I/. North :
Ftrrl Tract Franklin Ro* ab>*hjiEBCRIPTION ...... ioUr..t Suburb, lea Northerly Tl ,t. \ a hard-played 18 holes, I it'i good tog'

| 4M ft of lot II and all thereof w, R. Hall ... : :: :: I*, Utlw Williams|| ...,u.,. mi 'Alter down on a soft chair In the club
of lot Franklin Square, a North H of out H ef let I and
SID of block II* Palmer .. Mouth' 1* ft of the east W, of ntll and add up the score with friends.
Ferric Tract. Jack and Ida Brooker ...... I.... lot 4. block 10 Nortk Suburb MI..I. Lee Paical rer"ii I.n
.
*"mi. the u. What better time for the drink that scores with
,orlh part of lot K. block lli, A Lot II ft by Tl ft on North.
Films A Fonda Tract.rt Loiter Crockett .... ........ 11.111 west Corner Cf Ul I. Block almost every golfer-cool, thint-qucnchlng?

of lot A. Block lit. Pal. I*. North Suburb" a* "'" la : : 101lDnl.' Knee :.. .... ...... I.n Yes
Deed Book beer'a relax with
to
mer A Ferrla Tract an re*, I. pace III Wilbur Lawson .......... great : great for refresh

la DB 111. P 111 Bobby Davie .............. 10 Lot Block II. North Suburb Viola UeDad ..... I I !ri5 ment great for taste. So whatever your iport-

t A. Block 111. Palmer dtFerrl I Lo.t..1 and part of Ul 1. Block OR boating or bascball-iwimmlng or tennb- 'claJC
Tract a* r... la DB North Suburb Wllbnr Lawson f
..
.
J 177. P II leie part la DB
tea 1'10' afterward with the restful taste of beer.
1 IS, pace 111. DB 11. P 111. DB Lot T. Block II. Nortk Suburb Ethel
111. P IIIot. J. Slater Smith ........ .... UI ,'Jlt
South half cf Ut .. Block fl pntoAu. Dncon/ Pack I (i)
.
I A '. block I, lID of North Suburb Wllll Jane Plumra.r Relief .,.,.., .? ".. 1.71 UNITED ITATII IRaWEIIt AISOCIATION, INC.
lot C. Block 11, Palmer .... ,.0. SOX 171, WINTM PARS flOHIDA
Ferrl Tract, a* roc la OR North half of Ut II Block tL

| I*. P. 111.at .' 1b.rt. Margartt HodfM ?.III North Suburb Peter TId.U ...,........, : ; Louis! E.!: H.ndrlck. ..... 10.11

1. Block I. a S/D of Ut C. South half of Lot 5. Block It
[ Block let !Palmtr A Ferri.Tract Nortk Suburb C.I."* 'TUdaU ............
I Albert W. llodf ...........II.nt '

I, Hqctn A Wllklntoa Re- Lot ft.I.and Block outh It t*LM ft. cf south6 Ut T, : :. r.o. CarrIe loots ?.. ....... un

[ plat of Lot D. Block 111. Pal> Block II. North Suburb Ellen: Aaittn B.lr* .......
I mer A Ferrl Tractole Fred R. Everett .......... ..1111
Lot I Block II, North Suburb J. O. Smith ...,...,, 11. Don Pool'soooc
t and Srutherlr 11 ft efUt : :: Raymond render ..... ... 11.1.
4 A. I. of Block I ef Ut North half of Lot It, Block II.
U. Block 114. Palmer A Fr- North Suburb Joseph WUhema Jam*. ..
rte Tract Ella Butt Heir ...........till.ILT .t : t .nCII oooc LACWDETfulsistli
Let I aa, Eat tl ft. ef South NoU1UrrlB. ...0...."." 1,11 OsraOPSB
art of Ut It Block III Ut DlcekS I A earls.. Oraa
Ferrla t.l'a: ; ."tt.u af
mr A b. a Ut 11 I
I la OR No. II. pace 411 Lvthor. J:. Ollllaa ....... ft. Let I** .... In SW ..r... : '1'. I. Alderman .. ...... ... 1.11 M Haw .Toy DItrltls.I
of .. BVeck II Anal
Flemlac Barfl.ld .. --
ole II A 14. Oak T.rra.D .tpq ll11s1111e

| .of. Ferrln Let J.Tract Block 141, Palmer Calrla Brew .............. Ml allaek Lot 4 U.EIMPI Nortk Northerly Suburb* ft, Bomb. Adam ............ : : Pearb.n.' .."..Dlloo"....... ..'Ie"R.II. ...... .,'1 Dabs LSftfcl Sto ....... .-..B U.ill the!
,"left Drri INTsBIBODT .
art of Itt C. Block 1... Pal. Let 11. Bloch I.. North Suburb Aaal P. Brewa *t al .... "
mor A Ferrle Tract a* reo.I ;: A Daoon .Ie" It RN.001a1.jahisi.di.t&'
I la. Deed Book HI, pc 44 Pkrlll Crew ........,.. till Uta I A I. Block.J., Eieept :flVf' . ................. II"
part doe la Book II.
art ef Ut C. Block 144. Pal. faca 1/; sad emeept part to A,
me r A. r.rrll Tract a re Peiem a4 . sad lee n
| la, Deed Book 111, page 111 EMea J. A Aaal ........ 1141tf .. OH No. 11. page I... North FrnaA.n D.aeas Ilcll
.. ...,.. A...* Jtakla ....... R.U.f............. IL11
.
1 Ut C Black 111.
mer A. Ferris Tract aa re.. .. jarler .. I/D
| la,OH No.,11, pace. III' EMea Rt+.... .. ........ Ul une4 Nortk Suburbsbss Mr*. Ethel Calhtaa ........ .rM D11PIa YoDanlJs .".. ... t,7 TV

t ',.. Poof* ....i fa, LtU Alot$1fib r It* 10.bLol/ S. 1 '
TB A PerrN Tract Plat Book *. .. ... roe. ka Deo Bock '. pact IM Rear Jade. ....... tnach.n D.aeal lak. e ,
pogo i n S Charle Todd ........ .. ... 1411 / BOA -11ZENITII
14 ft ef th* Wait II* ft.
j of 4 F.' Bleak 117 Pal- t'I I :: Le i Hook M. North Sa> ..*
Tract aelaai IM i i v barb, .. .... .. Deed Book : : P,.......... Deanne, W* .AMANA[ NORQB APPLIANCES
wera51/. of the SealS/ Uft. M. aaare 171. Deed Book a.lI.. .................... lI.fl ,
of Ike North 141% f*, M Pace J01. and port *f l\ .. -e- '
r**. la OH No. 1C. pec ltd mobert Toner,........... lUll ***. amburb Jo* Isle lsg ......,...,..I.f"L 14, Experienced Service On M? Uokti dSETtTINO 'MoJ,'.

arl ot Lot:f. Bide hot Pa*. J? },hmr 8.eth half ef Let d. Block M : :.*rth f, CLAY OOVMT>< OVBH II TBAM. /
A Porn Troet beiac ***** ....ne. Albert WAm r ....... prMrt.ra Deaa. 8lk -e-e-
wool 111 ft, .f the soot MTft. Bell*! . 11."
of tko Math Ml ft eaea*>t Let .. Annie I... liD of ,... 24 West Walnut Street GreeD Core Spring.
the eaet It* ft ol ,... Conk I > Bleak IT. Nash sa .**. .
It* ft. thereof. freak Footer ............ ..**. barb ::1...* T. .... ....... -.. Bull ..uu..u...... $" Phone ,284-3123 ,

Flamlnc Peer 8/D of Part of Bleek. I 110.f Lei i.ook B. J. Field .............. H.II
,..! part ef Palmer A FerrisTract 16. as ..... b. 0. ....
per plat beck .. Pace 11. pale 0/ W1I1. .4a ............ I O.*rla' Ana HHla ........ !....
| 17.. .la... C. Harper .......... tLII
'
... IMI
Part of Block I. Berrlaa'. 8/D "Wllll. Ma* Freemaa .. .
art of Palmer A Ferrl Tree, ef Ut I Block II Nerth Soavrbe -
a* roe. ,. OR Sir //. Pac ae roe, la Deed Book Anther DeLoack ......... II.U
.... Joe U..,.. ............. 1441 44. two Tl Jeha Monk* lose ......
Q.
lot Irlnc .... IdlowltdAve. Pw. ., Bloek I, Ut t Block : : Wilbur owse..n Illl
sad Have tere A' e.la //. Borrlaa'* S/D sons So.hewbe. .
Palmer A Ferris Tract a* ae r... la fteed Book ... SEE YOU ATEchie's
r.. la OR No. 17. page 17 M. P. T.... .............. 1141 II page II*. and Mal Hook : Eve Lee Breew.11115 ...... 111
... .we Itl, Deed Bcok4

I.let,.lylec"''f" between and Idlewll4 Beea*Are.la **.. Sale Ml Freak hirer ........ ..... '"* Flak Merre ..........Itl

Pal_.. A Ferris Tract aeRoe. Bn.t II ft of Block t Ul I.

I. OR No. TI. Pac M*. H. f. Tease ......... ,....' ILT Monk Work Suburb II. Berrian'iP.a* rr In Deed. ;: : .... Wane P. E.lya hemmer ? ?

art ., block. Itl. ahead ./D. Rook .. peso I* and III *..
Palmer Ferris Tract aa re*, *.*. port to ...... Ut 10. Ell,.ha 56..,.., c. ......... ...,.
la OK No. .*. pap L Hiram Dal .......... 1111 Moldrow. Ut and Ut t. At-
lea Matllo hfH.kl| Heir ..... r-
.. ... half .f lot west of : ; ,Kll.ha o.n. ........ 'w
ACL. It,. .. ,.... la "'R N*. Lot .. Block t rf Ul I .....
I*. Pace 171, Palmer aadFerrle r..,,'. */" Slosh I*. North ...
Tract David and E.lyn KalcM .. 1111A aownrbe Martha A Noel Josh .... E R A. "...ie Br54lof to ?.?

let wen of A Col. It,. cad Let I. Block I of Ul I ..,. I ....k IN
acrth ef renter fit. at sac. ,rtae' a/l ef Block ./. Nertkaobarbo ."
In b..1 Book II. Pace III Edard wnilam. ... ....... ... ,
Palmer A Penis Tract lleb Wearer ... ........... ITtA Wilbur Uw e. ..... ... .?
Nerth Half of Leie I A I. BlMkI "
| lot ef Tl ft. br Tl ft. .la !NWeons. of Ix-t I Berrlene SID Sill. Cel.en ....,.......... IIII ORANGEDALEWhere
., ef I........ Ut ,. 'Pal. Work tl, Nertk Suburb Nela Merrlec ......... .
. ITI
.
seer A. Feme. Tract ae r.. la Wilbur Uwioa .. .
... I." Lose I A I*. Bock 4. ef Ul I
I. .. Book II. Pace II*. Mela ll.rrle .... .. .. Horrten'* S/U Block tl Wilbur Uwee .. ......... 11.11

| Lot It. M.III'D wnil A n.,..* nnmmer ITI Nerth aebark ('..rl. Ma. Wredruff .... .

Let 1/. Dewltf "/0 Mary Adams ..... ...... ".11 Port ef Block II. a* ree. la ORN I la r
II pan If. North 8.. JIM .A I..... ROM* .... Illl

| Ul II T'owlll'r,1.. ae re*. barb KI.... Healer ..,,...,..,
la OR No II pace .... Mldeta/'e n...*. la* ........ till Kltehe Oarner.......... II."
A lot II ft bye ft I.I Penh

I Let IT. De..tt'0. Eeporah WlLr ........a. Illl 4'ealral part Sukarno ef Lrt, I a*BlMktH.North ...*, CX. Richard Corrta Miller ? Illl The fail, People Utet -

Lot II. Dewitt'D Doraa Tolls .............. litLet la 604 Booh I*, page. 411 Nola Herric ......... EX,. .

IU D oitl'. "/0 K.!: B. FleMe .... .......... ITt AP.atrl.1lot. IPBllack ft ,la NW Elleba: Or.r .......... IIII
." Nerthuborke.
I Lot It D.wtt'lD ArrTO Aldrldco ..........'till ae ,.. .. fiend Hook ." newer ....n....... "..11I.
1, pose 111 Law put S. ,
Part ef lot tt Dewltf. ./n. .... .dI :
NoU llrrl
....... ..
a* ..... ,. OR No. ... Pac tl*. LealM. Bottle .............. ITS Lll: >*b* Oaraor ......1..... Ml
Part ., Ul I Block. II. North .
... NMI| Rt-kirdefa'.,,.... Ill
Lout t.... Jloell.lI..J.I'.O.unl. eborho a* re*, /. Deed Bcek COTNEYTIRE
L. Cr.N ....an1Lf0'Lot 14. pace III Sera Jbaenl Bennett .
Rkhcrd A Cerrto* Mlller .. '.11

.. Heck tl Mlewfld Park, Te W. Dale ........... I tilI Part ef Ut I. Bloek tl Heltaoborke. :
I no re*, la OKI Ne AanU Palm Navy ,. '.. ITI ..( I

I I U Park 4 A t. Block II. IdlewOd Reaald A Frank! Brreker Mil I ... patio 141 1 Arther Brews ........... leeelo tftHard .........,. Ml

A Let. It n. lip I" It. .. b.. . .. '
All of Mock It. l"*.0d Park J.me* B. Padcelt .......... ..., .... of tat J Bl.eI. .....h .. u. : . Seller 41 II SERVICE
Ash.r. .ill..nl.
....na. ..... a Nerla AMen .
B1wk n. veer .. I. I. Loads Hactteg, .
L 1/Late 1 ,.Jot H>rMrt A Merle B..11.T (< ||.r, east .: ACJ. Ply: N.th by to & Deaetd Shrotfe ..... .... Ml
...... .........Let Nob N.rrty ............: Car. rat a...< /a..tuk
I Lees t I. A tT Block ... I".. + *. WOII lledM ...... ...... IMI
W1I4 I* OR Pt. Part of l.t. .
re* / Block 11. Nosh
/ Pac'Ir. Walter W. ..n.p ...o... 1114I ......, as ,.. I5 Decd beak ,..,.r .r,..' . .... ..... II.Tl PkomKY "'"' .# BY t.....
.
.. Palo gel .....1. A r-t'le bb.we
I Lo4e I A. I. BlockT. MIcwHd /
Park 7me a:. Padcett ........ Ml Part of lot f. Block. 1/ 15ortlSA.rb. .* 'TIPI&pi
as ,.. N r- Wok ......,. A lureU* Oocor It.Tl
| Part ef let* I 1. block II. 1/ paso 171 Willie Mae F.... ...... '
I/D U ..... .. A.... V Jesse ..... .. .. Ml
t: I':. Paso'I I/ I. Co Pon ........ . ...... 11.1'J 1.40. 5.1A5.sm.c1.1C .
of 1 1 1 Block 1/. North Se.Sorb .!
Got Nock U. PR Htmlltoa Ida W. C...... .. ........... M
: >> f X. A Mary Laakerf .... ILTII ..
Easterly N ft .f Let .. Block .. Froat SIN MMOnt .U Ik* MKGMTtDbtriLutor
I Lot I Block IJ. P.'". ...11... Id Nona hbacka, bOR .
e. 1e Era..4 . .
Tipple .. ... ITIPblll
1 >eel ... ......... ...&. It.
/ O *rco t N. 1p.s.. Ih Neemlwllb ... ....p.....

I Cat H ., lot .. block 7. 0 C.A. f.!: P. Adders Heir ... .. Illl : IL Miller Tire \utolite. Batteries t
Pan ef Let 1. Rle.h. 10. North .
l
.. Crml" na .. ... .. till
ItmM D. Setter .......... till .. .r. a .- Is r- Rook RtCAPPINO .
Lot 1 A t Sleek t*. a CM. n. pe.. ... aa/ Dodd .... 4 : Drr'RTADudQItZPAIUTNO :

A let II ft br II ft. fa the jrW . -4' 1tK. peso d/. Dorothy Mlkkoll ........ : :.

-..... ef let I. bl-k I*. grate TlepUe ... to. .. . TTI
s.. '" OR ". I/. Part ., .N 1 Birch 't Honh0.aarb.
"
:'iftii: ; WOllam A karat OUarer 14.11 N ,n. Is 01& N. II. end In _

taro_ J. )fl'.'''''". H.w. 1a. .... :: ; : !; grate Tlpp'a' .. ..... .. .. till
| 4..1'6 ., let t. block It. stag ORAXOK: I'AKK
SII.. 5 ' O.CJ Pan ef .... .. PI.rk0 Nonk
r.. S.i OR ;, 11 page-Ii. Will Padcett .............. ILTILo InS.. a .- L r1c -.. foes ... I
MNla Fuaem . . . UT Sinclair
toss SIC reN Steak I .1 BJation .no",1| SerrJceIM
:
| | L Block 4* r I .. eato eeL =- part floes. .f' .. .! : < ' f
:
port .. la DB f.m Ray Allea .. ............ NORteaIf.Mt.101 a4f.R15.14pas t.l II. Tartar : V.' t. 1Uc...* 17

r frbhMt 11-OCaV 4crna w..>..* .,;.....U..... MlLr al/&Y1N.. Tat CoUertar pfceM JM-ta1
.ft. .... U A OR n..11.. pag0
| | I, Block 41. 0.C.& Calrla Wfl... ........"... 4JI It T. I. Au.n. .......... CUT .( Or*** Or Bprtacs





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MRS J 'HABRY' RUSHER-1 ,- '. ..
; 1
Smileyfphns Manville Is Here Services.for IoInr-Bessie H..I 1 Schooi rqs.o: At:Orange10 :

Rusher, 12-year-old wit. of J. n 111 roc I I
Harry Rusher, of Oreen Cove, (Continued from.,,Page 1)' wet o nett and NAB fire de- r- U- !
.
#;
1" are to be held at 2 o'clock this ncliat parWi ,
.
ware ) of tn,;school, {
afternoon at Hickory Drove three .hours
In approximately
.. .
aid heat ant) smoke had oaueed I '
1 i ii Baptist Church.The Rev. A. D aubStanUa1'4amas However,firemen were on duty / 4 y
to Other .
Martin pastor of '&1c'hur h, at the school during most of :
will be assisted by the Rev. Joe rooms bulld1n,of. ,the Summer 38-year-old classes male are the day,.lw said: I II
II I
Olechea, pastor Of the First
Boulware said the damaged
being held In a new wing to the I
114 Baptist Church. rear of the brick structure classrooms, and, offices can
r 111" Mrs. Rusher, who had livedIn Orange Park Fire thief John. probably be restored before ..r14vA.e.. f A .Aoo .
j A Green Cove five years, diedat Horton I the opening of school in Sep "'1f' : f' -,,-_.-""'e
C.
said the fire
i her home on Tuesday. started In a storage apparently room tember. He ttld he doubtedthe fm,#,.AI J't\.::t-'....1t.It.I'.1"'i- S';.,,,,,, ..W
'
Besides her husband, she under the stage of the audi auditorium can be repairedIn '
;1 GETTING..r
SUMMER
: leaves two daughters, Mrs'Fred torium.. that time.. IS .
Nelson, of Green Cove; and '
.. :The Orange Park fire depart-
Mrs.Garland Kldd,cf Madison, g Fine Gifts for Plaid
!
,
ment aided by units of the : Stamps
1 I Va.; and three grandchildren I- Johnson-Kendrick
Members of the adult men's Vtrnon Green'FULLERTON'S i: ..h

(,- Sunday school class!! at Hickory Lucy Keen'Johnson' formerly .It.tl Ia1.1.1.1'.l.: ];= :I-It'mr 1
Groye church will serve as of Haddock, Oa., daughter of .
pall bearers. Burial will be in KEEP FREEDOM Edward W. Johnson of Effing-
" Hickory Grove cenutery. IN )VUR FUTURE- ham, S. C., and the late Lavin-
Helm Funeral Home is In Buy u s. sAv1Nos' ia Morton Johnson, and Paul
Jack Hewe, (center) plant.manager of Johns-SlanvIIIe BONDS: '
charge of arrangements K. Kendrick of Orange Park,
Green Cove Transit asbestos plant, It shown receivingthe FRYERS
son of the late Col.: and Mrs. !1'I
\ company's first locally-purchaned car, a Ford country in
Read It
Say You William R.Kendrick have plan-
,\ sedan< from J. P. Revels (L), president of J. P. Revels
\ CRESCENT ned their wedding.for f;,00 pan.
Motorama. THE
; Ford At
the right I is Eugene Derlchsweilrr, J-M
plant services manager SUBSCRIBE NOW! Sunday, July 4, at the Asbury
t Methodist Church, in Doctors

Oc Inlet.Th Rev. Frank Edwards, 2to3Lb.

0q minister of the church is to
i See perform the ceremony for Average 2 B C

Jacksonville which Mrs. M.will E.be Crosby organist of 25 EXTRA P1 10 Ln."SuPt'r.alcbt".

and Mrs Frank Edwards will r"r Sandwich"" $T"P$
Ann tfnti Pace..... a-...lur fee
sing.The groom-elect will have Coupon food thru June 17
Spring Motors] Fir.. X111,,", Thomas H. Forbes of Orange S e.eeee..easeeeeses.e..en..e JAX S-tf-ll
Park, for his best man. Ushers Tender Delldoae
t will be Oleason Fish and Ray
\ Ross of Jacksonville LAMB SHOULDERS. LB. 38<

FOR' To be given In marriage by STAMPS "Super-Ruhr Tender DeUcloui Lb.rrresel.g.5. .
STAMPS
iII11fl[
: rEnvICE her father, the bride-elect will I Ann Pose lallan
....
l have her niece, Mrs. Ron Kartof see. ire LAMB SHOULDER CHOPS 48
Crupon tool thin Jun. 21JAX <
b :, AUTOMOBILESUOLKSUIflGEnS Orange Park as matron of edeean..e..e55Uss.teee..sneea
honor "SuperRightTender Beef Lb.
y Flower girls will be Karen '
rrrF Johnson, daughter of Mr. and MINUTE 'CUBED STEAKS 98
Mrs. Fletcher Johnson of Manning
.,..
ICIJ40 '-.5. w-. "$sp.r-Right" All Meat
8. C., and Kim Kart J ST1orf
.
: Ann Pace Ppd lib IHo*
daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Ron '
eSpeherl.a ease lie
4 :. Kart of Orange Park, Ring 'Coupon toad thru June IT SLICED BOLOGNA , LB 49Cap'a <
i i1L bearer will be' Fletcher, Jr., J JAX a2ete2Ye.o.we.eea.eo.eeeeee.e..o..
)
;
John's French Fried
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher

,- Johnson After the ceremony the couple 25 EXTRA PLAID FISH STICKS 13 .. np' .$1

\ : ModN aD10Ja will be hosts at a receptionat w..raw..r.lr..r STAB/S
their home; 'Ball Hal; at Worth mor
.. .
!+ !-PM. (ae !?se* White B a tySHORTENING
4395 Cedar Road, Doctors Lake
1 Ccup n good thru June II .
I / Estates) Oranfte park. JAX I-M-IS 3-LB.CAN 65<

..
; / It' A Vol"wag.en1'ool AIR CONDITIONER 1 ,r rssjty, Fair .-.., '
1
!
: So'cialsIJrIda J..1.w.r M, '
Sasctscvlsr 21.50011U/Wt : PAPER 'TOWElS 298ee '

) : -I Cspsctty HlgtiamRh ha* been Aaswrll Hoes.1w.rw.rr Ie-ea Jar I I1ANi .
T Ajikmstie larotttkxi TnsfmoiUt admitted .&0 Georgia ''Warm I..ee.t Cones I.p/M UsedIq Tve-Sped Mr Velocity iprlnge Foundation for three or crepes good Theo. Jui IT
II Wsitisbli Air fitter four month for Physical and JAX / 2/ ee SOFT-WEYE 2, ROLLS .25AAP'e *
?-. /,, 1 i rehabilitation therapy. Letters _
.4.11.111..1.1..11..11M Unit IM.- I from her friend will fee appre- Ow t-.s. VetUe

I' S0.1r iated.Wing,.Room Her 812 address, Georgia I.Warm East NO COIF05With( th. ::::11 BONESSE SHAMPOO 49*

i'I sle4.aiYyM ipring Foundation, Warm
I Jan. Parser
Sllc dCinnamon
e4g4
....
I {,111.11 11.1"111 I I".111"1111111 Springs, Georgia. AD Flavors 1' Club

: BHMAD. I.Lk. ...r as BEVERAGES 1151.a.. $1

1 WH ""aaaf' 'vadl..J|' .

, :! Sales & Service TVAPPLIANCESPhone CLAY Special Sale I I. MILD 1 &: MELLOW; COFFEE: ((1-LK Hag 65c)


THZATRK Eight O'clock $1.89
'I 4 S64-936I, 284-4044 -
Green Con Springs
C. S. HIGHWAY IT N. 14 North Orange
) I' ((100 Yards North of Governors Creek) GREEN COVE Phone SPRINGS 214.5205Yti GREEN COVE SPRINGS !Monday thru Friday lc Sale! YOUR OAVX EASY: BREW
. Box Office Opens IU P.M.

\. ... Feature At 7 P-M. TEA BAGS 64 :-:y 49c


Continuous Saturday and from Sunday S PJkL A8P: nR.D
-Attend

'\\I. Wed, Thurs and Fri. Cream Cheese -: 29cYour

t Jane 22. S4 and SS

I Choice! JANE 1'AUKEU nnxcnI'N.: ...: ur

, t 'I CHURCH SERVICE Si I1lI

.it. J, I of till eYi wltoualssAOAI tiO 1MtIDDs Blackberry Pie H 45c


sat. Ian. II I W._ _'
At
lug 5vx 4 Weatcra

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