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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: July 1, 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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I As A Matter Of f FactFacilities I .: The Outage( EDITORIAL OutrageAN ) Power Failures i 1.


Electric power in Oreen Cove is like a top' hat. from Sulka: .
high In price and of uncertain usage,'

I Two more In an apparently: unending series of outages i
to be constructed at Gold Head Branch and have twice halted work at the Oreen Cove Springs Yarn : i
Magnolia Lake state parks during the 1065-87 biennlura, Company within the'past 20 days. Each time the current, j Hit Yarn Mill At A ;

have been announced by State Parks Director Bill Miller. I goes off thousand of spindles must be removed and re*'

Construction funds totaling $8T.OOOav\ been allocated' threaded; it \to a costly process. .
for these two arras. At Oold Head Branch State Park; a 25- t '
The annual electric light bill !In
yarn company: pays an
site camping area will be built costing $26,000 Other Improvements
excess of $140,000 which is said to be roughly 10 per cent
include additions'' 'to a ranger residence, $5,000; I higher than Burlington Industries pays for comparable : Cost Of Thousands of $
water erosion control $$,000; replacement of a dock ramp. electric power in other are... Add to that the thousands of :'

and bridges. $11000; and construction of a road 11000. dollars that have been written off because of power failures .
A ranger residence costing $13,000, wlU be built at l Il
and Burlington's Omen Cove operation might one day: b!
within'two
Magnolia Lake State Park.!: Other Improvements Include Two power failures
looted on by the hierarchy in Greensboro at an unnecessary.
picnic shelters, $3,000; a pier $1,000, and construction of luxury. weeks! have cost the Green1
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water : $3,000. Cove Springs Yarn Co, "thou-
I a system aell'r'' A A
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Allocated lot' park ap.ration'ddrtn, the I fiscal year v '! Not only that Johna-Manvlllt Is vulnerable. to these recurring ( sands of dollars". The Crencsnt ,I

commencing July 1 .la a total of 3.311 for \Old Head failures. 1 ., learned this week 1
Branch Staff I'arkandt$10,843fforNwgwta'ake( State In talking to responsible 'officials one gets the feelingof While local official are reJtlotnt e

Park. These figures will provide\ the addition, of two listening to the weathermanelf.. Folks you had 40 on the subject it 1 it' .
men to the Oold Head Branch fog Park's staff and one Inches of rainfall last month, better luck next lime" e .l I'r l 1 (t t known that high officers of 4

man to the MstmoHK Lake! SUM Park's'aUff during the Though the City of Green Cove a year ago negotiated a Burlington Industries, Inc,, the: 1

coming yraoy> 3 '! I T II new 5-year contract with the Jacksonville Municipal /System mill's parent company 1 lit
"We are pleated t\ J't'porttbia pqpgreu for Gold Head the contract is not worth the paper It I le written on if Qr.riu>boro, N. CH are d.eplydUtuibfd1 :

Branch and Magnolia take state parks" Miller said 'This: I we don't get power a in to steady a supply 'it does not by the constantlyrecurring .1

U a real step fDr..a'J to..rdthe. full, development of ruin and drive out our industry and costly power \
these areas." J In Y* Ooode Olde Days It the lights went out and*stayed: onu,;'a. The latest outages '

t jl out for five or six hours, It only meant that Paw and Maw are among an estimated dozen '1

. k and the Young Una took to told cuts or nibbling their finger that have occurred since open t

Florida families ended 1964 with a record' 120.302,000,., na1L:Today It is a matter of economic survival for our ss log of the mill two years ago .

000 of life insurance In force after Increasing their protection I growing industrial roster , and they wont bite their economic II I It -- \.
finger nails 'while Jackaonvvlllt Power wonder I I II Green Cove Springe Yarn J ;
by: $1B28: ,009,000() during the year according\ to the t
Institute of 'We.Ina ante. It was the biggest dollar Increase what tree hit what litw. I I Company will observe the

In the state's history. Under these circumstances is entirely within the right: week of Jury S Ihrouih July ) 4

This 10 6 per cent for the nation as a whole f Indeed Is, we believe, the bounden duty of the city mana, as a vacation week .It was > .

Among \t>f 50 lta ... Ftoildk ranked 11th last year In .ger of Green Cove to negotiate with Florida Pourr Light1 annuunrttl Ibis week by toasts

total life Insurance In force; and Diet, In estimated popula and with the RXA In Keystone with a. View .to getting a Hhaw, plant ..",rl"t"d.".. ) I

tlon (While population is an important: factor la life i Insurance steady supply of electric power.U {, i The plea, a unit ef Bur- | I

trench,life Insurance protection throughout the under the' duress of high coat and a faltering power p __ UnIon Industries, lacy will ',
United Statea has been growing much faster than populatlen service, one of our Industries should pick up their tent and 1 1 t close down ,at II.t.-.',10011 v
,) > decide to goeteewher It would not then be an apathetic Aa annual eleetrla*pewkr bill ef $141,011. reaoltlag theuaaads .f dollar written of midnight' on July S mad ..winreamne

Florida families had Uw. biggest 1W gain In Individual citizenry that would arise to wall; "But, they cant do this '' I Nu, amid to be II Mr seat hUher than let tbeis) sll attributed te Ilihtnlng and eperaUona. al ISiNfsaMalgkt I

protection under ordinary policies, although their. group' *life tout," 3 !'charged far eamparaUe cinsumptlen In ,fallen trees. I ,I'. July, ... Mr. )
By then It would be too la' the Shaw ai4 that ill, eUgtble
Insurance: rose substantially. slier areaa f. reearrlng Mtsiee.aad, t i *
had Insurance C esstpwreea art te rteerre Ta- (
They $13,134,000,000 of ordinary life t In 't.
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force'at year-end, an Increase of 'I.UTooo.OOO'Gftr 1WJ. v > t r w' r' .-...sere.: <. ,I. ... '..41 -..Jc Te'.iJrr. ...... sOaNalwMlt.Mr/.Jrt.MnpN4. ,, '-
-"I'betl"IJOGP1I'ri".ncrd1mbe4: 'to.HOVMOMOTiJ'M: ''DnveSow + \ ; II .t ten..... : tIt 1
.Increase of $440,000.000ThO. had $1,510.000,000 *, ) .and'SoBer1! Another I Plank SecuredOn "D nbtr: High

credit life Insurance (up $174,000,000 from INn and $!<. J Is estimated the Yam

$57,000,000 of Industrial lift Insurance (up $57000.000). Federal, State County, municipal gluten of the County to i "drlvJ I Killway Seventeen Students Home Company's: 'annual ,electrls)
Florida families owned t.775,000 We Insurance policies office. the County's Safe and,sob r" 1 j 1 1I ,II ; power bill 'I It float to $110,000. ;
at the end of 1X4, an'increase of 111.* during the :year. three banks sad most retail j an ere: on trie' *.J.Je4 I Further It Is llsvd this r

The total Included 3,411,000 ordinary pollcita (up 101,000); stores win be closed on Monday fellow," tht Sheriff said;"b t tI Sadder Wiser figure U approximately 10 per .
1.115000 group certificates (up 164Aooi11,17I,0o0;;j credit In observance of the fourth of cause while you may be sob>
certificates (up 37,000) and 43W.OOO Industrial policies July which this year 1 falls. on at a Judge, he may not be p.r.: for comparable el.ctrids
(up 12,000)) Sunday. that could cate. .. tragic Twelve unbar High Behoof power at other sites,
.... However, It *IU ke, net boll- .denta."! 3 students rsturned to their The gravity of the situation1
if day: for" those attending! summer The County: got through the homes from Virginia last weekend to the local economy was polnJ

Burlington Industries Inc, parent company: of Oreen school. long werk-rnd of the fourth' somewhat sadder but definitely -> led up by: Jack C. If...., pl.n'm.nl.r

Cove Springs Yarn Co., win be a sponsor of The Holly Indications were that Oren' last year without a fatal accIdent { wiser,, after they were of the giant JohneJ

wood Palace" color show over the ABC TV Network during Cove's business establishments However, within Iwo; lured to Virginia number farm Manvllle Translte pipe plan
the lS85-1..S aeason.Participation would be generally clo.ed. werks thrrrafter there wer.. Jobs that failed to malrrtallss, scheduled to go on stream I ir| .

in three special half hours of "Hollywood In Orange Park the ASP two fatal accidents on thai : County Juv.Mls suthorltlsi Green Cove In several month;

Palare" on October 16, November 21 and February It will Supermarket will remain open, County's highways 44$4 have chard, 7..<'ke Fields\ oS( A power outage of as muctl
I be In addition to sponsorship by" Burlington of The Ed as usual on Sunday but will While the court home will': Orren Cove, and a St Angus. as three minutes, H.s.. told

j'' Sullivan Show" over CBS-TV from September '65 to May: be cloned on Monday Huntley be closed. at will the Count r tine< roiipU 'with contrlbutliur The Crescent would caue "a
'66. The ABC variety show will feature Frank Sinatra. Janet Dma Food Center will remain school office, the Sheriff Mldj to the drprndency of minus>rrhlMron total. lows of production" of al

Leigh and Dine Crosby u guest-star emccea on the Burlington open both day as will both ot his six deputies together with They: will bn arraign leant half an hour and the
.scheduled dates. Orange Parks drug stores, three State troopers, 'would tw' .e' ed( .t a preliminary hiring/ at loss. Ire J M would run Intd
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"The Palace"\ seen on Saturday nights from .:30 to M..an"hll.. Sheriff Jrtmlnxs on extra time duty th. entire r t n"brtl 3 o'clock/ this afternoon b.fors thniioands of dollars. 'thest.

10:30 p.m. EBT. It Is carried by 160 ADC stations, with Murrhee lamed a plea to all week-rod. aetltfg County Judte Kd War said the pipe msnufcturln

an estimated audience of more than II minion In rwrly' : r.t rent of ..,tatk.. Ju"1i"e Thomas machinery water
flow, etc, \Is so delicately. bal-
10 million homes J Rivers (ls attendli" a meeting
r This ,U a pkt.,. ef th.' C1e.rllOfl (',..k trld lost
| meted l that a :minute outage
The to tu broadcast of juvenile Jud i- it Ors.
program, : In color for the first time
Solite Adds Third Kiln rids r .r I It redd b_ ajmat any day 'In I ho rear e nKilhw'lT would result 'In an lmbalam
this fall originates frc-t ADC's Hollywood; Palace TMat ;! iron
when ( .
.1 rafflewa bell teen both dirtelloitahlk that would take :30 oilnutts ot
It features a different top star: host each week to lalro- According<< to Cunlily Jur,. '
.- Plate Bead. Dep<. aerated another renrrHt) more to corrie I :
duce from seven to ten variety acts from aH over the globe. Production I l>.lsnk ,In the ..,Id,.. It. '. erdrluU, are reticent a< UIhe nib Counselor LouUi' L31snc: An outage al< the yarn millon .
Set To Rise .or"f Field\ worked with Mr arulMrs.
]I sajNiMt .f m.n.jr : bn span| Ibis year .nKIMwaf Junt 13 was cawed by ll.hM
kmu.1 U White, Of At.Auguallne
Rainbow Drive Inn. Inc. of Omen Cove, has been i\ I IT, .. make and ...1., It kill. en. sing' which struck the mills'
The tre ef the lit... I. > rmb,. will dreld wh..lh.. In recruiting tie,
chartered by the State and! authorized to U.oe 100 shares v awl the ...... "hlf.hwsy'*' with. Ib,.. bridges WlwrrnOreen boy for stat was presumed to
of common stock at $10 a share. Incorporators! are Mr. Thirteen days: later on June 3),
,
tx a U fl f)r/d| of 1011,0"110"Mlr.ct \ i iv
and Mrs .Ben ZcHnr and ). Gee and Orange Park ends lh_ MUU's minimal'
Dr. and (n. Doran Yelton.'The power In the mill went off alain. -
new corporation win shortly/: Pf'I.n ire cream bar on 1.1: : sUMirds fee safely will M 4..U.... Mranwhll, lh. week lAlMrtr! program'In cQttf TEAM Employmoni 1 Jacksonville ElectrW
Osage Avenue. gave en, week alter week' gad HRI ."' ,..,... held. Irafflep Temporary Power tyttent enginters attrlJ
I as Agricultural Manpowtri -.
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and) M ,
wave n.
LkbcAIrbelch' ; 111Stewart' buted the second resent outage
\ to a relay between Jacksonville''
The list charter contributors to the CUva J.:-Carson Uwdr this program. aa defined and Oran Cove that fill
Memorial Music BchoUrshlp Fund of which Mrs. & Bryce I by crrUry of LaborW. dg
knocked '
out It was said by1
Jennings of Mlddleburg. la a trustee, closed ,-Indar.Tbe : 5&10 And Wlllard WlrU, (N rtlclpaUnstudmU flshtnln1 . *
late Miss Carson director of Willie provided
at the Unlver. are eppor- The high cost of outages a'i
arty of Florida for U years. resided at the Jennings home f lunilies! for jumpier fan work+ the mill grows out of the fact'
prior to her death last JtU'Pourtnn However Scrtary WUUMclfld
tha when the power got off"thoq'.nciI"
nusie perform.rm.tholanhlpe! for the coming Western'Apto= Sign for '| that "a&udMn'wW be of spindles

academic year wen awarded through the land and. related 0iploytd only during thus be removed and rethread.DlUI\\
sources summer vacation wm be )

GCS Shopping i denier i huII.eeI In approval dwellings, the Approximately city of Oren. a Cove year ixgou age

Contact kaeet are being aocrpud by an ever increaalng 's .....'. UW kits (bM) fro gOM .. ls..... 1I ] f'd 'In acrordance stein U. II.I 1. laUd a new 5-yrtr: rontract
I I Drpt. of A ri
Ilea rjrrvt4 ..... .. ... number of Clay: County: people, according to Dr. R. TimothyCarter tad win raise a .. at tke. BSM.arfl , with th* Jacksonville MonUl-
who spsciallm In tilting the ... **.: They are now Nut br tnnitmutttr $) per ....... |t tA Stewart Five and Ten Cent' rtarea In jMksonvtlU, on ,I iJ f an hour.and paid" a su |tated II 26 pal Power I.tem. City offielalan!
Stores, a Jacksonville: Orange Park and fifth 'I. the closest '
chain.
a. ear
heavy
by than I minion trans-
worn Dr." Carter more advises persons persons to conaJder the advantages third kiln has been put' RusaeQ plait, nve miles northwest I I and Western Auto Associate Mandarin I It I I. o.Mt by Arthur ;; LsBUM said Fl.,l In opnatioii at Florida Soltte'sRaseen ft Omen Cove, ls shlpptdas I WhIUS limbed ,
9. Stewart of cksonHtle.;, llrpt of Labor Power A Light
lenses or RtA:
of contact : plant.A. far Stores have ..ftPd laaes tooectipy art
at South Carolina. Waters literature si the boys, promised
Au' purchased by, more that 10 miles
If your glare are thick and ctmbenons.If If. Old. president of 80ttto The kiln Uw two smaller out of
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new npnet*d to units Jack Mllam. from W P. limey them td.gwt. housing And Green Cove. :
your pmonal appearance is spoiled by glssest. Corp, of Richmond. Va.. !acre... current production by PJn Orrn eo..'. planned shopbrtng tail August. has f urt.d a 11.3) an hour and Iranipvr'atton Yarn
U you oust wear glasses to ... clearly company spokesmen ad. _
with
constantly told The Crescent this week th
; approximately 50 .
pet crat.WhrthA : cut.c at Orange Aveauafand store on Y11la' Walnut 8u*.t lo a Toano Va farm. i iBUtMO met the outage
and cannot engage la cerula activities or sports with UM new kiln the first to be addd it wlQ tarot, add outrage k> bet-
Bay .St/ott, according to for more UA/I It ,..,.. The youths! left Oreen I i tr than It was when the
os. > .... ..,dUds"t"tb lntp titjnalp sonnet. could not be i!Wilds T. R>4sa.II.l Greed (;oretu.I building owned by )fl., F S. Cove early lad week In what 'i iU was llrstotiened .mill
U want to totaSy lovUOJe ...... J two I :years ago.J .
you wear i atkw
log ** laf sU iApproilmatcly
proc op flans 10 Bten estate broker who d..crlU- ..
1 DioitaUd Perry of Jck U yon' have bad a ractmcfsl cataract operation and Uw years ago contains festers &*. are now engaged at Uw Ro. ! engineering
> I sale of the city bb-,1>; u> to ... sbout 50 yeses farm b"IYln.. at TMU. i ia d..pt. of JackaonvllU /
cataract glaaats yon' mast acv wear do not help JOG tea signed to make It more ffld-. gall plant. Municipal
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a JaciuoovUl t>v app r.Tl old wide place In I the bJgh>. ./ j j jtwva Power, told The '" '
as w.a u you think yr.xi1: 1oH. eat than the two Older kiln In Crescent h1;
adds Ion to Uw Ros nOfMration ..
center U scheduled (:>! U U aaW that thr. of the Rkhiiiond and i slat n had sent $00,000 USrYc .
If you ban aa aver;tn U aulag' gtaaaaa but cannot Bqlite. a trade hams for a Bodes Corp baa four I;.wo./IIbrr eoupncy.TT.I 's 1,re 4.iOmg on the day block burr. tlM ivit doa, c; months to "rshabflltatt"
... too weS vtlbout tbc;;i tI ..%tufe.taa U yon' have or nave bac .::1 'e dlMrdrr {hat baa radacc( at the plant fa UiII'd&ll: Bouts aVakrvtUe Junction! Va, X 4\I&o- win be ootupud by a WUw\ Miler, Jnto, alt be lIMn" Ti ..rJr u., bun u, "M aum.ii rowel+ and Orsen* between Cove.Jack

I the eorreetaUUty of your iris even wtth coarratloMl glaa blocks sad sUwctoral comrrU.Mr. dale. V. C, and Saugrrtle. ;I Dud suptnnukttKewtrt't other two are stsUd to be boy* II' i* "i WOrtf\! taki\ l Dear ',1I" attributed mod of
'f art being wora Old said SottU from the 1C. Y. sow" operates three .d. t the
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The Bundy Debacle GCS Resident'sSon Patriotism MQ\WI( )\ irJRnf: ]LAW


CompletesHis By
Jennings Mnrrhee
DR. GEORGE r. By Sheriff I
Almost imperceptibly the foreign policy correct in saying it is Impossible for anyone HOWARD

View of McOeorge Bundy that have, under but the President to assess a situation such Residency ronto University recently, said: In cases where an automobile
both President Kennedy and President John- as this simply because no one else has the If we really think all human
eon, dictated the United State must providean information he has. Dr. Charles M. Hicks of Wilmington value*' are already incarnatedIn .... or other motor vehicle "is in any

effective police force around the world: However, it would appear that the best son of Mr. E. C. Hicksof us, and in our way' of life, manner involved" in an accident

In Africa, the Dominican Republic and In Viet . or least bad . course we can now take Oreen Cove Springs, com then we are only one step away -". which suffers
Nam, are being reversed. is to withdraw, and lose face, and then call from the assumption that those in anyone injuryor
Last week, Walter Llppmann, dean Of into the counsels of the United Nation the pleted a two-year residency who are different from us are death or in which total damage .
two towering communists powers: the Soviet training program in pediatrics wrong, and probably also perverse I
American political commentator, who ha is $30:> or more, the 1 law is
the confidence of Mr. Johnson perhaps to a Union and communist China to discuss with at North Carolina Memorial >w.aaM and wicked." .
greater extent than any other newsman, wroteit them, nation by nation andethnlc group by Hospital at Chapel Hill on The true patriot seeks to very clear on a requirement that

would be virtually Impossible for us to win ethnic group to see, if It is possible, precisely July 1. 'addxx promote the glory and welfareof a written report be submitted to
the undeclared war in Viet Nam without the what It is they want short of world domina his country by cultivating ,
He will now enter the Army the State Dept. of Public Safety
engagement of a massive force of American tion. In the course of these dialogues, the Medical Corps and pediatrics at .I justice, liberty, restraint, courage t
United States should decide what it is imperative responsibility and integri
ground troops. We have now committed 75,-
Fort Gordon, Augusta, Oa, for Many drivers in such instances
000 Americans, a number of them Clay Countlans to defend. And if these lines are cross two years and will then enter Dr. Howard ty.The
to that frightful massacre which the ed, we had .s well resign ourselves to the ruin private practice.He main business of the Sheriff assume that with an exchange of

South Vietnamese appear to have no will to of an atomic war; with communist China before is a graduate of the UNC The Fourth of July , andI Church is to be in conflict with Murrbee insurance information and a passing .
fight to a victory. And, Mr. Lippmann con it has much more than spears and javelins suppose I hall be expectedto the world.
tinued, If we should lend in substantially ; and very probably with the Soviet Union. School his of Medicine and completed write something appropriate As a Christian Church we report to a State Trooper or Deputy, the

greater forces to win a military victory It But had we Intervened, with one tenth the the Medical Internship College of trainingat South to that significant date. cannot but be against everything matter is ended. It is not.
would 10 utterly prostrate the people and force we 'have committed to Viet Nam in the It i* not easy, for I dislike that is false.
economy of the little Southeast Asian nation so-called Cuban crisis, our position today 1 Is Carolina married, Charleston to the former, S. C.Frances Ifs bombast and despise the dan We were told we were in Within five days after any such accident, a
would be more logical. Alas, John Fitzgerald gerous sentiment: "my country Santo Domingo to "save democracy
it would fall, inevitably, Into the lap of Communist Haynes of Mount Airy written report must be sent to Tallahassee.
China to rebuild. Kennedy lost his nerve at the eleventh hour right or wrong." It will not So we tacitly backed a

Later, having sent secret agents to discuss and the battle there, for one hundred yearsto N. C. always be right, and I love my military- clique that drove out The Sheriff's office or any Deputy will Lave
come, was lost. country sufficiently to want to constitutionally elected
with the Viet Cong the question of peace that be filled out.
On this page, Dr. Oeorge Howard, a distinguished help right Its wrong. government and president. Did forms can
and having nowhere the
got
negotiations and erudite veteran of many years' Rotary Heads "Patriotism I I. the last refugeof we do that because we did not
President called on the United Nations to use
experience in Latin America, say the United a scoundrel," said England' like that part of their party
its doubtfully good offices to bring an end States of America has cast a deep pall of Change AshleyOff great Doctor Johnson. platform which advocated the

to the war. suspicion and doubt over all Latin Americain ; But an American went him separation of Church and state
It is obvious under these circumstances, its actions In the Dominican Republic. one better: "Patriotism 1* not (the Roman Catholic Church), I Hat Your Clay County Property with-
the forces of democracy can hope for nothingin To AlaskaThe the last the nationalisation of the
Who, from there, will now believe that our resort of a scoundrel,
peace talk more than the leader of the Peace Corpsmen, our counsuls, our businessmen he said, "It 1* the first. American oil companies, and Frank W. Brown
Viet Cong . and Communist China , are and our economic aid are not secretly presidency of the Oreen Patriotism, like religion, I is a the reduction of the numberof
willing to give. This would not, very certainly, designed to entrench and support a governmentthat Cove Springs Rotary Club ready mask for knaves, disgruntled general and Colonel T And Associate
include a cessation of hostilities coupled witha changed hand Monday eve. Communism in Latin America
Is pleasing to Washington people and, sometimes Bcgtstered Beat Mate BnkerSMs -
freedom of choice for the South Vietnamese fling as Vic Ashley turned the for the rich. ha had such resounding
very never a -
It is all as if, years ago, the United State ) BA Highway IT Orange Pwk
people. It would instead be based upon a unified reins over to Bob Hogarth, When an individual' resentments boost as when we
took umbrage at the antics of Louis XIV. He Phms IN-IIM -
Viet Nam under communist dictation who ha been elected to
ruled France with luch an iron hand he could serve ambition for personal sent 30,000 troop Into Santo
, with Peking calling the shots. In that capacity during the NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
say, in all truth, "I am France., Most French gain or when his need for power Domingo to foil 53 communists Em" '
We are in Viet Nam . 79,000 Americans men did not like his France. Had he been alive coming year. is camouflaged with a reputation We were quick and bold; but 400 foot frontage en U. 8. Highway 17

, presumably to halt the steady, relentlesstide today, we might have Invaded France to unhorse There will be no meeting of for patriotism, he is able one has to be competent as (Just North of Green Cove Spring)
of communism. To keep It from our own the royal dictator. He is, fortunately, Rotary next week, because of to go to incredible lengths of well.
doorstep though it is firmly and deeply entrenched not alive today and so we dispatch American the Independence Day observance Intolerance and remain a respectable It will be increasingly difficult

100 miles off the Florida coast in boy to unlikely spots spread abroad the gospel so the first meeting over member of society to carry on our missionarywork
Cuba. of American democracy.We which President Hogarth Will He 1* quick to salute the flag or to end the Peace

But India, which tolerates a modicumof unhorsed, or helped to, the dlctaton preside will be on Monday, and just a* quick to attack Corps to Latin America witha A\ Helm
free speech and free elections, is far more of Cuba and Vfet Nam and the Dominican July 12, at which time he expect the civil liberties the ting pall of suspicion and doubt,
directly threatened than the United State. Republic, and however crude and covetous they to outline his formal policy stands for. confusion and anger hangingover

India' leaders are not foolish or unsophisticated may have been, no one of them was bent on and projects for the year. He believes in a dogeatdogfree the whole region. Funeral Home
men India has no military force fighting world revolution. Ashley announced, a*'he delivered enterprise and he bap. Let us on this coming Fourth

for the docile South Vietnamese Iran la It i* time, and very late, that this nation the paraphernalia of flees It with text from the do some heart-searching, and
directly threatened, and Turkey, and Saudi abandon the role of missionary boy scout. the office to Hogarth, that he Holy Scripture. "The only Ism send up a prayer that In future I : ii CHARLES HELM
Arabia. And so on and on. American are 'dying in a futile cause. There and his wife would be leaving for me Is I Americanism," he more Bibles and less bullet
The fact is, we believe the undeclaredwar 1 II working and fence-mending to be done at on July 10 for an extended vacation say, and, a* Brook R. Walkerof may be tent to Latin America. Funeral Director

between the United States and the VietCong home. In their most horrendous lights, we trip to Anchorage, Alaska to Angeles adds, "that

I I. perhaps the most totally unpopularwar have become the successors of the British and during which they will seems to exonerate bun from Say You Read It in Phone '284-9696
the United States even became Involvedin French and Belgian and Portuguese empire. visit their son and daughter- thinking about humanitarian-
,, And our military actions in the Dominican It'* time to stop. It 1 I. time, in the words in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Har Urn or altruism" THE CRESCENT GREEN COVE gnUNOO. FLORIDA
Republic Can be said to run a close'second of the late John Foster ,Dulles, though in\ mon. Harmon la connected with Cardinal Leger of Canada, SUBSCRIBE NOW I Bit?. tl.EAST p, O. BOX III
Former President Truman is undoubtedly another context, for a massive reappraisal. the Alaska Department 'of Fish addressing the student of To-
and Game
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I FOt1ikktr By DUNCAN" O. ORONERI Support The

GREEN COVE REBELS DECLARE YOUR

had thought it would be lose sight of the big alms where we are going and more
timely to make some commenton Then too, knit-picking Is us- enthusiasm to get there.
patriotism this week , ually politically safe sinCe It Month after month I attend AUTO LAI<'}'SSAY

until I read the remark of Dr. rarely ever involves any controversial the great majority of the meetings INDEPENDENCEFINANCIALLY

Oeorge Howard a* they appearon issue And If their of the County Commission,
this page Having read what constituent are apathetic and the Oreen Cove City Commission
he has to say, I realize I can fall to make known their views the School Board and other ,
not face that kind of competition it become even harder for a *. Except for half a dozen
because, far better thanI politician to take the whole stand-by. It 1* rare that any ,
can lay it, he very aptly and burden of an issue and say one attends any of these meetings

eloquently expresses my own "This is the way It'* going to unless he wants eome- 1
views. be, now cut off the limb behind thing And when he' got it.
And yet there are other uspect me." he usually get up and goes .
to patriotism; perhaps Notwithstanding all this, I home.
*
woulD yo
more specific and possibly see evidence that some of our I think we are weak on citizen Ale
more dogmatic in their personal local officials are taking a new participation in all our MIND CHCCKIM' MY
applications. I refer to that look at the artifacts of progress governing bodies. I am assured ,!g&KC JLuID"' Tho thrift gelf-rclinnw 1
mid
> initiative
part of patriotism that Is evidenced and appear ready to do by Freeman Everett, the aggressive We'U be glad to check your ]crxnnnl

in civic responsibility; something about them. new president of tho brake fluid, and adjust your of tho men who carved this country l
in voting; in backing up the In Oreen Cove, the City Commission Oreen Cove Jaycees, that his brakes for you. Just top in
of
out tho
decision of our elected official is moving on several organization Intend to attend today wilderness then set it ujwu

and calling them to heel fronts that can, if they are successfully some of these meeting and to its own independent course! art the nmt
when they sit on their hands; pursued, change the make known to our elected officials LARUE'S
In working as individuals to face of our town and vastly enhance how they feel about the virtues that today are fiiithvr enhancingour

make our world, our nation, Its prospects for fur. overriding Issue that will affect SERVICE STATION nation's
it is
greatness. our job to
our own communities a little ther growth our future. rhone ISM10IJanetion

better than they were when As a result of Mr. Bennett's Other groups from the wom Hwy II A 11 }help you plan your financial affairs, so
we showed up. speech, official of the County en's organisation and garden Green Ceve Springs
that
All of us here can lee prog- Zoning Commission have Indicated club to the purely social men' jour efforts may !114. made more effective

res at every aide Industrial a desire to get additional group might find ways of your time spent to greater advan
,operations, the sinew of our advice and guidance sending representatives to these
growth and local pride, are from him. He has a fine back meeting and returning to re tage.
establishing themselves amongUs ground In the field of municipal port on what JOIe or what doe PARTRIDGEWELL
; new businesses, large and engineering not go.
email, are springing up; a new But Berwick Anderson alone If each of us know a* muchof
confidence is being felt. And cannot unravel the legal and the facts a* possible, each DRilliNGCOMPANY
unless I grossly misread the financial bonds that preventthe of us is in a better position to

tea leaves we are only at a Development Authority help , or to hinder the de 'r" ,

beginning from leasing or selling the velopment of any project. This '
But, alas, as Carl Bennett white elephant: Ben Zellner Is a part of patriotism This U $lINe tag
aid so persuasively his cannot alone induce new Industry democracy at work. 2" THRU 6"

outstanding; talk before the and negotiate with theirrepresentatives SOCK: AND ARTOIAN WltUfewfcf
Oreen Cove Jaycees two week ;; and so on .V.... Great Telephones tJ' :

ago there Is far more to growing down the list wen .
SpecMM
than a welcome mat. With a great deal' more citizen SU-3G50() 2S4-3939 234-3051
It is all too for elected KEEP FRttDOM
easy participation in the affairs ELECTRIC PUMPS a .
official . from the federal of all our civic bodies, their IN YOUR FUTURE '
-
level down . to become so decision could be carried out DUX u.S. SAVINGS WATER SYSTEMSF. orCongress -

engrossed in knit-picking they with a better knowledge of BONDS ,
Member FDIC '..9flk
H. A. TERMS


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WHAT I* eooo roe cur COUNTY 'is eooo re* Till CRISCIIIT
0
DUNCAN GOLDTHWAITE GRCNCR ,EDITOR AND PusiltHII c
TlUPHONl GCI 184-3161 a CALL LONG DISTANCE BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS

Jechseerille, Pie
access CUM rottMi r.. n ">"0 Con ....... he.iae QUEEN COVE SPEIXOS '.
PuuHf, Inn THURSDAY BY CDISCINT PRM. INC. 1 389-143B1 IXOB1DA. 'J
P. 0. so* srs Cm Covi 5'11111". FIOHIOA

HOWARD ,f, COOPER pmsioiNT. MIMICS Of HA t NATIONAL "*."euNte .Iwo
WATER Will ASSOCIATIONS
SUBSCRIPTION RATES '
TA, County Oldetl and JaViPAGE
ORB TEAR III ADVANCE: *... 5860 HYDE GROVE AVE. Larry

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TIroBSDAT. JULY 1, IMS \ : rAGITHRZX '

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11 Clay County ServicemenArmy I I Green Cove Socials Say You Read It In THE CRESCENT -

SUBSCRIBE
TO THE CRESCENTS
Reserve Capt.: Richard Captain Murrhee Is assigned
Mr. and Mrs. Fran Che. latter have been vacationing
L. Murrhee, whose wife, to the 487th Transportation
ser returned Friday firm a for the past three weeks. The
,
Gloria and parents County Battalion, an Army Reserve I 1 1du
week's visit with relatives In Shawn will return to Green
Commissioner and Mrs. OttoJ. unit In Jacksonville. IM.oMlI
Miami. Cove next week.
Murrhee, live In Keystone He is a 1947 graduate of
Heights has returned to his The Montverde School and attended '
I! Mr. and Mr. W. B. Prltch- Mr. and Mrs. Conway OwIngs .
home after two weeks annual the University of Flori-
ard and son Randy of Miami and their daughter Elizabeth .
,
active duty training at Fort da.
I came Saturday for a visit will remain at Vllano
Euatls Va. I with Mrs Piltchaid'a sinter,I Beach during the month of [I Ir
Army Reserve Sgt. FredericC. 4.
Mrs. Hugh Smith and family.' July. Mr. Owings former
McNiel. son of Mr. and DA'.. .
superintendent of the
'Jacob F. McNiel of Orange 'I
1 Mr and Mrs. Albert Lee of Green Cove Springs Yarn Co., FROM MOO TO YOU
Park, also participated !In two
CLAY Deland, former residents ,,'('r'l underwent eyd surgery early
weeks active duty training at
here on Sunday for' a brief In June. They expect to return
Eu Us. I OPIN a. t 7 D rs A ER: I
vls.lt with friends. to North Carolina at the enfl
THEATRE Sergeant McNiel is regular. : I of the month. ........- .."
Greco Cove Spring.Monday ly assigned to the 467th Trant- '
.j .
Mrs M B. Argo hail as her

thru Friday Reserve portatlon unit Battalion In Jacksonville an Army 1 :' i ir' weekend guests her Uo .ais- Miss Charlone Sludt'bllk..r.daughter ,::.1! 'FUN ON'TH FOURTH b

Box Office Opens 6:15: : tern and their husbands, Mr. of Mr. and Mi's. E.
lie Is 19SS: : graduate of
a and Mrs. L. D. Atkinson of J. Studebaker, has returned to
Features At 7 & 9 P'P\I'I Landon High School In Jacksonville 9arkl ) is i
and attended the University Boynton Beach and Mr. and her home for the summer from I J i I IM'
Mrs C. W. Walters of Dublin Frevo Utah where the t It 11
Saturday and Sunday of Florida and Jacksonville
doorprtn. student at Drl&hllll0111111 I
Continuous from S PJL University. 38 Magnolia: Green Cove Spring I!


Electrician's Mate Third I Cindy and Cheryl Ann, the Unlvrraity. I OUR MILK IS ON THE M00.0-VE![
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mis. James' Loner
Wed, Thurs. and Frl. Class Millard L. Sweat USN 4! i Walter Stribllne of Orlando, I hud as their guests last weekend I ?s THIS WEEK,TO MEXXITTISUND,miMILU.[LlOUIIe!
June 30, July 1 & I ion of Mr. and Mrs Thomas L
Pint last week with their hU father uliter and ,I II NOW SERVING 27 LOCATIONS
Sweat of Oreen Cove, I U eeryIng
grandparents, Mr. and Mis I brother, all of Marietta Oa .
aboard the U. 8. Atlantic
ANN MA.9GIiE1 Strtckhind-Mcficlers A. D. Duck and Mis. .
Vows W. L.Stribllnir. The Loners' young daughter ---- - - -- --- -- ----
Fleet's radar picket destroyer '
I Demise, returned<< to Marietta
USS Turner has Galled from ,
, with her grundfatrur Anotherof
lr .rs- I
In tome his homeport on th East Are Spoken Last PndayMUs Dan Shaw will leave this the Loner children Robin,
Count for transit to the Mediterranean )
weekend to Join Mis. Shaw has returned home fl'OOSt..
and duty with the and their two children In Vlncenta Hospital where she I IN OBSERVANCE OF
Sat. July SWm I U. S. Sixth Fleet. While deployed Clara Louise StrlckUnd piece and carried a bouquet of
I II Greenville 8. C., where. the underwent ,
eye surgery
.... to the Mediterranean, and Mr. Henry Lee Mtsdera blue and white mum. --._-- J
; kcf3'IrrICOS9ToNCr3c he will Visit several ports in exchanged wedding vowt In Mrs. James Ronald Strick

Crr-.Pec Southern Europe. I I. double ring ceremony: at S:00 land, alster-In-law of the bride SHOP FOR CAPITAL THE JULY 4TH HOLIDAY

I o'clock Friday evening June and Mlaa Lora Lee Franklin,

1_.., UNITED ARTISTS MaJ. Wayne B. Sargent, 31, IS. Rev. Jack Hall conducted niece of the bride were bridesmaids
l son of Mrs. Mattye C. Sargent the ceremony In Russell Baptist and their attire was I- IMPROVEMENTSWITH
I
andI of Keystone Heights has been Church. dentlcal to that of the matron I.
WI.'ll.r: inClosed -;
graduated from the Armed The bride Is the daughter of of honor except they were pink. A PCA

Force Staff College at Nor. Mr. and Mrs. William Edgar They also carried bouquets of '"

Strickland, and the groom's pink and white mum. INTERMEDIATETERM
\ folk.Major
Sargent was among parents are Mrs Leola Daua Earllne Lee, cousin of the On
88 Army officer who completed I of Oreen Cove Springs and bride, was flower girl. She LOAN ,

the five-month course. I Mr. D. C. Menders of *!t. Airy. wore a blue organza diem and '.

The graduating class of 287 i Georgia. carried a basket of row petals up to j

student Included U. 8. civilian I MIH Patty Eddy, organist Bobby Eichorn served as the .I 7 to t
I STM JRMEI RICHARD and armed forces personnel and played traditional nuptial: music groom's best man Ushering years repay Monday July 5th :.t.t't'

Cc UEEN E[ &A.llm WSOftOu&l: officer from Oreat Britain and accompanied the solo- were Olin Hodge and Pat FitsSimmons. I When you compare the cod of ,

COlOR:..Pti11YISlG I Canada, Australia and France. lat, Mba Judy 8tough who Mr. Strickland the TCA financing with certain ether y,

The graduate are now prepared sang -Dec.uw" and "Whither 'mother of the bride wore arose I types which have carrying charges, 111
.Pun, Men. Toee.J for future assignment Thou Oowtt. I two-plece crepe suit with service fees and Interest prepay f' f I
I. Sent It to iftep v \\ a'inh all our friend niul patrons' a ,,nfi' mine
ly I, 5, with joint and combined commands Given In marriage by her : matching accessories and a ; ,you'll see why pays ( a+

,y1 'THE ROUNDERS' In which armed forcesof father the lovely I bride wore rotate of blue carnation., I /provements.r fiWif Buy for your major farm capital with!1m-11II.. ninl happy! Fourth of July 'n".k''III1. 'i

Glen Ford Henry Fends more than one military ser a formal wedding gown of I'I Immediately following the -arranged through low-coat, farm

and vice or more than one nation wrkte organza over taffeta wedding a reception wv, held tailored PCA IInaneln,. I".
are Involved.He with appllqued l lace and Irrl- at the home of the groom's ,

entered the Army In 1948 i descent pearls. The moulded I mother Northeast Production CreditAssoctailon BANK OF GREEN COVE SPRINGS

and received: his B. A. degree bodice of the gown was de> Mrs. Meadera U a graduateof /
.. from the University of Florida.CAII algn d with a scalloped Sabrina : Clay High School and I h now Ml Ugeweod AvemeJacksonville I..
I neckline and long sleeves employed by Southern Veil Telephone nt Malsi Itreel. Palatka

i I that tapered to calla lily points I Company in Palatka. Tel EA I-S1U TeL rV 4ltltAS -

. e over the wrists The bull ilup Mr. Mtmdrti/ Is alao,a gudut '
Wed, Tknrs. A Frl.Jaly *ed 'skirt was drawn to of Clay High School and l employed -' :

s \ 7. back forming pleats that th'j'I wumiudnon Putty: 'ind AA _. ,

minated In a chapel| Paper Corporation. : t

N Ip NARe The brides boulder length I, After a honeymoon In the iLy- ,;
YOUCELEBRATE
veil of silk Illusion was attached mountains of North Carolina,

THE CRESCENT to a crown fashionedof the newlyweds are now making
pearl petals and cry.tala.8w their home In Palatka.
= jlv ( _. _. .:.
/ carried a bouquet of - lie Ill'IEINl'rl1F)I( :

PHONE: 284-3166 ,'mums orchid.centered with a .lUt',1, TRY A SMALL AD JULY 4TH WEEK-END

I Mrs. John Kenneth

Un. slater of Uu bride was the
FOR
[ matron of honor and wore a'a
street length dress of blue CHECK THESE WEEK-END SPECIALS

NOW STORE organza over taffeta with lace ''R

bodice and cap sleeve She BIG RESULTS 1391 Aytlnal) 1280. lV nnt Bucaryl

wore a colored matched head VITAMIN and LIQUID nil
338 LBS. ''z MINERALS IIII
7Sc Crest

OFFROZEN 4 ft. wide 1741 Thnagran TOOTII MUTE lie

FOOD. )Jlx.klt .......... ........... ....... from -- teJ> fl.D.uhh t. VITAMIN . ,5.1.15c Collate
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II.25 Anacln TOOTH PASTE rte
WILL SPACF Planked .

s liulkhomU). ............ .......... from -- IHn. ) ft t. TABLETSN POs Sudden<< Beauty

(Marino I'rfsoure Treated Lumlior) 79e ASPIRIN Bayer Ite IIAIR BfRAY lie i !the j i iIf

|110 Lustre Crrme It's not', much of a holiday mother has to stay In >]
Fill & Lawn Sanjl ._ *:5..V; ) I f J1) 1"8//) IUIR rRAT ,..
11.23 DMltracln kitchen Plan now for the entire family to sun and fun

OINTMENT Ue II3t Val., *rt. Plastic pad l leave the cooking to u.. We think the 'Fourth Will
K. Boe Inc. AIR FLOAT Me f
49e Tincture mean much more to you that way.

MrRTIIIOLATt tie Roll-On Stick and Cream t
2*1.3338kcLI3ANI3Rs
'If Evening In Fart

i sue loving, Car DEODORANT i fee He noMiKX) )): iiitow.v( }'urt:1J: (mWKt:
HAIR (OLOa. ".1'
i Roll-On, Stick and Cram
a'n fan i111KD7u I 1,000 Vi-Oraln Soluble II.M Valsw T MyUrODORANT e FKIKI: ) JUMIM) (IIVLV HIIIUMl'

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ache WIlTS We New Have Agenty fee DANA! Tell'''t FrrswralUiM'
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CANOE TALCtM UM TABU PERFUME IIISCANOE i
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COLOGNE IS' II.*. TABU SOAP n.'.
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ALL C1CAXCKO DONS ON:' FREMISUdethesi CANOE DEODORANT It.M TABU BATH '0"I). ..."

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FOOD FREEZER Slush rr. 84 leased aa>4 Pressed
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Me Leas Cfcarge Yes : 1,(: ClltSH: and

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Magnetic Deer Gasket all 4 alder t

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..d w.w a..w pet a e ease Mayhugh Drug
P-'. -'

-'TY- I J River View Restaurant
ABC AND APPLIANCES DRY CLEANING I FRCMRirTION lPU"LUI'TI

nt-wa Gnon Ceft trrlaee ..... IM-llll II M. Mf*.U. O.rie.Uag Sleek Creek .. Highway IT
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flftay, (Eoimly, COrcseeUl!; ; THURt4D e ;'YJULY 1. 196I

PACE FOUR < __ ___ .L_ _ -
2! ---r- lowed to BO on to.seek other I son, James,, Battles Henry
.. RETURN HOME Park IebjLitanresCathirmi Two I SADDER that County authorities were BuggsJ!i Curtly Itolder,"Joshua
Mrs ,Hattie, Lane ,of New Orange Huntley: SfUDENTS alerted to the situation. *Virginia authorities' Mad' the I Carter;John Rae\ John Carter -
Orleans and later, Mrs. Dorothy (Continued from Page 1) Sheriff ,Jennings Murrhee for the behave and, Joseph Richardson.
highest praise
Stann, and daughter, Counties And called Dotler and said he would boys
; County
on their arrival that the 12 lour of the Clay
Kay of Shreveport, Louisiana, younger boys would be paid hold him responsible for the and LeBlanc said he had received TO VIRGINIA BEACH
left for their home last week, Johns Has SixClay 40 cents an hour and the four welfare of the youngsters. the finest cooperationfrom Mrs., Tom Chairker and
after a two weeks visit with older boys 70 cents an hour. The Sheriff's call to Virginia Virginia authorities.In children, Gene and Grace, have

their sisters, Mrs. Wlllaid, County will share Its The boys refused to work. On was followed by several addition to the Jones boy, returned to their home in Vir,
:
Snow of Russell and Mis E '
State Representative their return to Green Cove, made by LeBlanc to welfare those returned to Green Cove glnla Beach, after spending: ,
W. Stoinke of 218 Center St with j
they told County authorities authorities there. LeBlanc ask Leon Holder, Jesse Frazier week with Mrs. ChatUer,
Vernon Green Bradford County and Its State ore:
there beds the ed the James City County (Va.)
Senator with five other coun were no in John Wiley, Larry Robin parents
1853 take the
to
ties house in which they were sup. welfare department
under
a reapportionment
posed to sleep. 12 younger boys into protective
KEEP FREEDOM bill finally passed
on Tuesday
I The 18 boys spent two nightsin custody and this was done.
IN YOUR FUTURE- by the State Legislature.It .
BUV U. S. SAVINGS li possible If not Probable the bus, presumably without It was the Virginia Welfare
BONDS the member Senate and food. Department that arranged and
109 It was not until one of the paid for the return of the 12 ,
-member Hernia reapportionment v ,
group, Joe Jones,. of Green younger boys last week-end l +nNMr4 '
pawed
within 48
hours of the U 8. District Covev, contacted his parents The four older boys were al-

Couit-impo deadline now r
i
I facts further Court intervention .
; Clean'p For Tllo holiday Weekend! qI

Cluy's new legislative! district:
0 I comprises approximately! 32,000 '
Cathirmi Devineeeated( ) and Patricia Robertson, Orange I persons, tho senatorial district FOURTH F OF JULY J

Park oily 'wo debutante of the coming season began a approximately 82,000 persons.

round 01 (retlivitic In their honor last week Miss Devine Legislative districts now WEEKEND\ SPECIAL I I JI

lit the d uglitcr of Mr.,and MM, T J. Devine; Mist Kobirt- comprise from 19,000 to 74,000 I I ,. 1I
U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 11 .ltobcrt on. persons; while senatorial districts .
con .
Tlnirs., Tii Sit., Sun & :lion .
.. ..
from :
vary 59,000 to 101 '
Roth girl will make their bow to society In December at i. +
t eni T.MdInM 1N. 1x11 rM the fifth annual Golden Ball. 000.Some I 't t'A ;::'I" :Y. wI aI
members of the Legislature .
--- ----- ---- ;
have said the 3-man fedeial I I

court would allow a variable i i
I Free Wash Job
q of something like 15 Percent
y However, under this plan,
OPEN..In Time
NOW
which Governor Haydon Burn
Crr yesterday said he was studying, I I
0 residents of Osceola County, with each II I!I
with 19,029 residents and one II
\
JULY 6PAT'S State representative, would I ForYour4thWeekend
TUESDAY
. I have close to four times the COMPLETE OIL CHANGE AND
voice In the lower house that I

Leon County, with 75,225 persons
HAIR FASHIONS and one representative, GREASE JOB Frie Chicken e Fried Oysters

would have. Thus the variable I Ie
15 RUBY: ST. GREEN COVE SPRINGS PHONE 284.3289OPENING there is close to 400 per cent I ''!(. e Fried Sin'imp} e Fillet of Flounder

the Volusla-Brevard district,
with with Slaw, French Fries and, Roll
SPECIALFROSTING approximately 59,000 voters
for each of four senators I

would have cloys to twice the Phone 284-3JG7 for and I
TIPPING : I pickup delivery I TO GO !
O X L YPlus $9.50 voice of those In the Escambla-
orSTREAKING Santa Rosa district with rno ethan I
Shampoo and Set 101,000 persons for each' We give ORKEN: STAMPS, Too! I

of two senators. 284-9224!
e Phone e
|I Under the bill Rcpresenta- '
'.,
PERMANENTS BEGIN AT $10,00 1 i live Louis Huntley may face -e-
Bradford
County's State Hepresentatlve i CHANEY'SFlorida
'I, Arch Thomas, Jr,
CHILDREN'S PERMANENTS 1. $8,50 !in an election two years from ROBERTSON'S' NORTH SIDE
: now. Clay County has clone to ,
Open Thursday Evening by AppointmentPAT'S I 8,000 more resident than
V Bradford. GULF STATION i I Fried Chicken
I IN.
I
HAIR FASHIONS"We'll State Senator Charley E. II

I'll Till Mil Johns, of Starke, under the Change A\enno\ Opposite, Cl.ijtou
Gladly C/'l1Tp/ and Dye For You" llwnrr|>|irrHur mill I bill, will continue to representthe .. levels: CJII'p.ll It Hwy. 17 North Just Across Governor Creek BridgeIn
r.I'IJ mOllt Agency
I County until his term runs I Green Cove Springs
i w out four :years from now. In ,
I the new State senatorial dut
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Slli C.A i iI Observers speculated that I eraalwewlG,
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I ... 4 A I State Sm B. C. Pearce, of ,
.J I Palatka, might for \\1\\
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f Tx :
II I years from now and then

1.1' JOY'S HARRY'S district.possibly represent face the Senator new county Johnsto 'I : 't A Message


I I As soon as the bill was pass .i'
t
J _- -_ ___ __ cd, the Legislature got downto I i NIa11aIIgIgIIkpINqWNInIIp8tg0111MBIp181WpI111NINpWI INllBtp .

Men's Easy CareWalking work on reapportioning the
PEb 5l PUSHERS State's congressional districts

:, / i: Huntley was one of 11 members ( 1 .f! : i TO ADVERTISERS . i
I of the House to be '
Pine Selection namedto
Ir All Wanted Matet ale $2i99 SHORTS ; $1.99 the Congressional RedlstrlctIng 1'1 I'
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Regiiu1331 Regular It.99' Committee. TO SUBSCRIBERS . ,I.


FINE BERMUDAn Men's Surfer I Say You Read It In : i '
.' No matter how many radio newscasts or TV,news telfcaslg are .'

I' Solids Sft SWIM SUITS $2,99 THE CRESCENT made daily . the average person is till interested in reading his

nd Fancy : ., SUBSCRIBE NOW! home town newspaper to know what goes on in his own area. Accord. .
Regular 'I." Regular $J ,9 :
ing to a survey made since 1920, the period when radio and television :

SWIM SUITS !M-"; Det: I Put Away were introduced . -, every day over CO million copies of newspapers.

are being sold dually. '

let Ready PANT !; . $1,99 I Winter's Caresby / I
''or the Fourth I $9.99 j
Regular $11.15 Regular IS.f Poly/ Clean/ To keep np with this demand for news, the newspaper industry

t ..r It's time to trade your has been continuously ft work to improve their service'. . and has :

\\J J, SENSATIONAL 1 FAHUlioUS SAVINOS warm frocks winter more garment suitable for for accomplished this with more up-to-date communications methods. I I

I Spring. But while you get set So does the Clay Count* Crescent try to keep giving the
.i MEN to don you I
8 pPORTSHIRKS your Hint bright
1RESS EVENT $1 .99 erlip-as-a-clesr-day clothes best possible coverage of local'news events, (with pictures and items) I

Pick Them FromBargain $3 99 All Sixes things don't forget should that be cleaned your winter and : \ t .e Vnd in orffr l humble tt.fay to aervq (;a medium of enlightment to '
is .
: Rack, t stored now so they'll be \bring to yolt tho news of activity going on around U8. I
BUY! ready ,for use again next t I
SPEC11ACULAR) .
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f DRESS EVENT year The hotmonths'ara '[ Thu metbodlof) n 1\\1I dissemination U also !
appreciated
::. MEN'SSHI P 0 1\ T by the
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$2 99 business people Vho' Vales "' -.
< Bargain HrrS, ., the time when l find ,that their message docs reach their "

" f Rock Savo Now $6.99. All. Styles I on moths unproUc-feast potential customers and brings thorn into his place of business. So if, I

,.,.r ted The best wooUns.pro r you want to bring your menage to this market . the columns',of ,.... (l.

lld'S: IlANLON' 'e.'lonalfaln.t I insect the Clay' County Crescent are open! to you. Take advantage of them. 1.. : '
ysahlon 'f :
tall L
.' damage Is to I

0 S E 2 FOR $1.OO I SHIRTS $2.99 clothes have your spot 1 I' ; << '. : : I
le-isly clean before you put them CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT :
, Regular $11 way.Selfservice. ;
" 7k Values SAVE! Now tabllshments. like dry RCA cleaning Whirl-e*_ .;1 . Phone' : Green Cove Springs 2&4-31G6 .'.* >; .
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pool-equipped Poly *
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!, MEN'S DA :RON and COTTON tens, save time, money, .nr"Fh': ; "
BLOUSES life of your clothes. The slf- \ \ Tp, be\t2f'Ott can read this,newspaper ('nebv't' "
MART why not 11(
\ I! service machines In these cn- buy ,I
a
. Ca SLACKS I $4.99 lens ten handle than an an hour t pound for load about in year a subscription roy 13.00 . or better yet, get lot weeks of I

oi'8averi $1.99'Rtrui.r' 1191MFNAS 12.00.: Almost I anything that :reading:four newspaper for ONLY 15.00 ((paid in advance). "
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; can be dryeleaned commerciallycan I
1tKUMy$2. + be safely cleaned ia thesemachines. the following mail
SPORT Fabric come oat ef I ? FilSour. I fopn.and to us. with your remittance. "
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the machines pnetkaily'arts. I ( .. ]\ ...". v I '' .
LAGS kle-free and need little a. -
,3." COATS I i 1. ''S6,99 1 flow. or flame -: 1 year $3.00....... 2 yrs. $5.00,_
tiiat winter! farorItea "
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l "- $1 99 I VTashirWear ; ,' are the clean first, store snowfall.them Until awayfor i ) ;AddrWs-L f. .)....j..1 J'. _.m Ci---L< i'i'.S Vi, I- 't't\N \1 I

p V .A "-Aw'YI? j 'I. then turn yoorthoughts-ai4
I .n./ your wardrobe-w Spring.
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FOR SALE FOR SALEFURNITURE LEGAL MOTICB I.BQAL: NOTICE
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NOTICE OP TAX: : SAtB CARTOON BRIEFS I
SALE
FOR SALEbedroom brick ] Moving NOTICE IS HEREBY C1IVKN:- that the followlnf d..orlbedl.nl. l L
out of town. Must 11'111111 furn will b* cold at publlo auction on the led day ol July, A.D,
house S
Iota 50' 122' each.
on x U" at lbs Oily Hall. Keystone ll.lvht. County of Clay Hut! ol
Within city limits on N. St. I iture. Inquire 420 South Pin Florida lo pay the amount due for taxes h.r.ln eel opposite the
.am., together with all p.nalil.a and coil ot such sale and aiivartlln .
Johns Avenue. Will sell furnished Avenge or phone 284-5112. .. tial* to atari at 11 o'clock neon. T r
7-1-ltp Amnat .( 11 m.
unfurnished. For Information
or *
l)*.rrl.lloa 0"... latra ('*al.. ::1oS
phone 284-3128 or late 10. II II Dlk. II Ralrlah !Elk. 'M.n i.hn a.lv. .
FOR SLEI Upright piano. Tuned Lola tl. Nii of H 80V.. H. Uodrearn. dr. 31.f plus ail*. .
9250. 6-3tfe to standard. pitch. Ideal i Lot 1 IN: 10 Mr. R K. JCun J i,,l i.4i: plus:: adv.
Fart cf 4T Pinorrwt Add. K M. l>ol.r dell glue adv.ilaraa 'n
FOR SALE Farms.Two .. practice piano: 12000. Call *. Pln..rr*.t Add. ...., Hill II17 I'lua adv r..
Penney 281-3:71. 7-l-2tc Part of 61 J'lnor. Add, KUaar Beth ...1 Pius adv.
l
bedroom house! furnished. Iota II It lilk. I Munrla -:1(4'J1I
I Park Hmlora N. flnlUnt I.U'Ilua el. ,. .
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Lot 81 front by 150 deep East ;
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r l.ot ID Elk I 8unrla Park Phillip !>u.au < plua adv.
tide golf course Garage. El- WANTED TO BUY cr RENT Lola O. S I11K. I Sunrise r
"'1'+4"1'4 e '4 6114' Park lliirry Olina l.rt plus adv. r,
I
wood Johnson. GCS. Phone tot : Dtk. I Sunrl. Park AUliU.Ch ll.hn to I.llu.* adv. t ""
WANTED TO BUY OR KENT: Cur MrlXinatdTaCoUct r
211-6653: Resident 305 South ,

'LASSIPIED ADVERTISING KATES; :Magnolia, GCS. (Opposite Modern, S or 3-bedroom home _ _ ___ _u ,.UE.'t, T., U I : ; t; like to 100 somebody about
Yarn :Mill). 6-10-tfo In Green Cove Spring or If they ilo, a *" I it the caption for

POINT TYPE: (This Blze --- ---- Orange Park. Nerd not later ix: TIIH ('I)) It'r ov. TUB ror*,. 1\ 'iiiu 1'111'r1' Ji III1N' maker of daily."I'd( which U only one
First insertion, up CARD OF THANKS and TV JlllUK. ( LIT tOl'NTV.KIOKIIIt C'u1'1' i\ 1111 YOII reveals that ( in a new 48-pago collee-
FOR SALE Lovely 5-room than cud of August. Write ,
39( words for 150. all IV MIOIIVTK. 1'l.11 totr> "IUIIIII' only light anecdotes about the last
IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 house pine paneling thronth- "House" Box 478, Green Cove In reI! Estate of In !lie: B.lat* ot lenat twice LtU of -I1',Ivlnjr.. Get a copyat

'i 30 at Be per word. Ad. words for $1.50 all over 30 out. Landscaped lot. 106.5 x Springs 6-17-tfp HUTU C. '1'\,'11Ell..... 1UK.NKH. alia: known rn.tRt.trrTN..'l'".0ll.MU'UH. 1 i.l' Ml"I1I.1I01'lIn: your local\ 1'ur Oil dealer -
icnal consecutive inser- a* "
200 fert. Excellent condition. I.....antelC.. : 1'0 IIKItllOIKI'
ions minimum of $1.20; all at So per word. 2815811. I TO ALL ciiKiirrona AND ruiiCUN.S All rrmlltor of ih. t'."'I of ------- .- -
ivtr 30 words at 4e per Call owner GCS. FOR RENT IIAVl.SU CLAIMS OR Chnrlolt 1, Muhlhoter! doc.n.*...
6-10-4tc 1'MAOWIi AJAINHl' 8A1UKSTATK Itra hereby nullfud", a..1. requtr.d.
cord. .: : IU fit. am, claim iir dlIlItllll"
LEGAL ADVERTISING: FOR SALE 1957 Dodge, two I FOR RENT) I-room furnished II { roil and ..ih o( you al', h.r.. II hi. h lh.mnv h..... 1t."ln.\\
sell' ..t.l .t. In the cftlo of the
Apt 100 Writ Street. *:30 .1.1I by nutuud and required to present -
,11 1 POINT TYPE : First insertion $UO per door Il.T. VS. Motor overhaul I any vlttima and dmuanda fuiniiv JutlK of 1'111'ClIIM",
month Including utilitlri -. huh you, or either, of you, -'I..rl.llIn the courlholue .t MADAM ROBERTS
This size typo) First ed. New ball JotnU. and new Cov Klorld I ,
inch; each additional insertion I rhone GCS 28I-SJ1J. tfo may have analnil lh. estate of 'h'n: .r xi-rliiua
tires Owner been a."licned to Ituili C. Turner also known a.Mrs. n II ralriiilnr luunth ft 0111
insertion, up to :30rtonls t .80 per Inch; or as C. K. Turiiur, 'CI.a..d, Ih. dole ot th.. flrat piililloiit.' 1 J
overseas. dill,. Car located at late of mltl I to the Counly nr ihi* nntlr. I d.h: olithn'" or d... l.lrenurd Psalm. Header. / l
for $3.t10, all over required by Statute. Robertson Gulf Station. FOR RENT! 3-roont furnished Judii of Cuunlyl Clay: County, Ylorl- mend m..., h,. In wrlllnx, sod J
niunt stale' Ih* phis. rf ranlilunmd ,'.
:JO at lOc word. Adilitional cottar" on river For Information d., at hl. office In til* oourlttquM .
per G-24-2tp of acid 1 Cuuniv at Ur..n t"r.:: :.\ <:l "w'"n': 'Ihh
consecutive! in- I phone 184-3171. I-lltfe Cove Dprliig. Klorlda, within lalmant toby READER: : ANU AII4'ISlla
the clalmanl.' his a.#nt, or
READING NOTICES Per FOR SALE Tn bedroom six ealvadar month* from the I J
: his attnrnrv,
ortioiia minimum off time of the flat imhlloatlun of or It will b i vul" aornrdln lo low, 9 II I
boWIe with fenced back yard. thl. notice. Two oopl.a of each
HELP WANTED
:::! 40; all over 30 wordsat line, 250.DEADLINE. Utility room and carport. Conveniently olalm or demand shell. b. In Jun.Walter II limn' Mitv MuhlhrifrrKuwtilnr

wrltlnv, end shall slate( the I : of Ih.. Katal: tf Can help with all affairs of IIf..
8c word you
per located In GreenCave SALKS: WORK Kxcol-: vice. of rcaiU.nv* and pout officeaddrens Charlolt I, Muhllinfrr, t

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Per : Noon Tuesday Sprint For Information lent opportunity fur somi- hall l>. sworn of the to tUlmant ky the claim, and L>.ci>...*,I. .....htrfwlCHURCH Thrr* are no prublrm lo. irrat for her lo help you
T71-9058. ant hi* agent or andawomiwnld
phone Jacksonville attorney
column inch. $UO. No dis preceding publication date 6-24-2IP retire( man or woman to : on.; dollar and hy:ouch a flllnw claim; f or**dt-of solve. I !

counts. of Thursday call l on business (houses! hi mend nut .o fll* ./ Kunlr.
Turner AfoA

.aa' AA"' '" .-.. '. .IIJIIIIIIIIII. . . . . . .IIIL.r. . I WANTED TO BUY Clay County mm. Kspou-:: Will. eo.l and ulor Ta.tam.nl of In. L*et.t CIIRMTIAN SCIENCESOCIETY SPECIAL READING $1,00

1 GPs plus liberal cominisfiona. Ruth C. Turn, deai*
STI Tan and white I male I FOR RENT Largebedroem': I, WANTED! It-ltt acre of highland .. Must have t'nr.o'ull publication Jut, .IT.It 14.ices.1.1e T.I. All readings private and confidential -
nnfkvnlahed house SSI
111., S month old near Clay per .U.blt for chicken- limo work. Interpstinjr Cor. E. Houiton St. A
month. Abo' shady trailer or pllrt/ ,WOTICW or ITMTIOV' TOn
I rh. Pleaso nil GCS MOSS sparer available PareU!'. Flab raking al not more thai |2tl. Halo/ nervieo work, :(ii'TKN Kit-riTiois It 4.. N. Magnolia Ar. DAILY 8 A.M. to It P. M. .

4-1T44. an aero. Call Joe Eaton, Monday Notice I* hereby liven that the GREEN COVE SPRINGS f1Vt E: 1\1ILtlI'tOUTIl:! Of STARKE ON HIGHWAY 1(1looa.
after I p-m, Camp. Phone CCS \Vrito fully to "Salea", uslderslaned' und.r the pro"I.I..na
49M4.7Mfe Tuesday Jax Po 81121.M42lp '
M-lte or of chapl.r mo l.aw. of Plod.S. FLORIDA For Th Sun Of Th Palm"I
I I P. 0. Box 578, been Arts of Ill(. will roilatar I
with the Clark of the Circuit
-- Cove Springs, Fin. tfc Court In. and for Clay County, June 27. USS lnRYBODY'El.CmIE:
Slat of "'1. rile. upon rrlnlof
proof of !. ..n..OJ. this SubjecllCIIRISTIAN : i
ill.ih. Kldltlou of
HCIENCKA i
I..>l. Km: Hrataurant Addraa)
IUGUthE 11'.11 Coe ",..In... Kla.kn.d. cordial Inflation I.I fitcndrd .
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: Mr. A )I Jack It. Hay
'.10. IT It. tlIIMII 1 to attend our semen,

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PIANOS The lluard .f County Comtul. CAIU 01' TIt INKS!
CONDITIONING BETS 1LAGESPAUL'S I atoners at flag County, riorlda, I
will' reran* bids. In the off It* W., the children of DuUy OPENING FRIDAY
CALL THE CRESCENT ...rh.* Clik. ol th* Circuit Court,
4 until 41* 1' M.. July I, lien on Motley Prlnule, wish to elprrasour l lllr"1
MILBERGER QUALITY PIANOSNow Ik. fvllnnin sincere appreciation to I>rOlcnnan .
tine Saw 1".1) Motor, mini 1 I....
PHONE: 284-3166 llwn Ill II. I', lo k* limlallxt' by and the staff ot Clay
FRIGERATION Oa Display I h. nec.pled h1dA"r In .n Ad.'n. Memorial Hospital for their' dv. r
Molar trader, Mud*| Ma, Ito All .. '
All Legal Beverages Sale Servleo LEGAL ftOTICK work lo I.. dune at Cuuair Ua. voted car of our mother during a new dining e ,

FAST TERMS ran.. This AI.." .r Urail.r. may b* her Ulnets. W* would like pvrlwnc for our many N
SERVICEradl MIIM lnai*i'<.d al Ik. Tiny County (la.rac .
HART FURNITURE CO. HMIIMT: /' .. Inim.dial. d.llvrry Caahla to thank all the friend< and frtnd.* who ar. already
Open I A. :M. 4.1 A. M.Dnral b. pall eompUllon ofInalallallnn. I IIIrqulllnt..d
II Walnut 1&0 Phone 284-8211 .11. llward .f Uuiiaty C..mml.I' upon relatives for their kind word'
Ref5.i.tM..d .( Clay Cuuniy. riorlda, Slid la InrUit. bads.in with our 11OP. ,. I Iular
HMlla ....... Green C." Springs, IT*. ::'-I' rclv* bid la the odlo on. Una Cummin 1'1..1 Kn and flowers during the death
Palmetto Street Uno of Clerk; of Circuit Court until Ilse and burial luunir Uo.lnnlnirFitdny
t S. County of mother
1 h* Hoard rr.rrv the rlihlti. our
I l.l. ..Ktk .'...., OB Jill,- I, soeoOn ,
will bo offrInir
MtKMbnlnc REAL ESTATE rvjocf *nv or all lililaiiotnii w* i
Phone of Park Ik lullowlni'
nome North Orange *
or 1rnNTrroWMIHUHlNKItH
rvln 111 V*. l *f road hatMH \ "
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tlt- 5ll : a full restaurant anti
.. Phone klMduwbruok aubdlvUloa.

BOATI TWIN REALTY and I'avlnaIk Itollalr Vuhdlvlalon.Ill .mlBaloii. of (II'LAY..: ".n'I'STY,.. I. )radicle' lounge service, our r**- / I

LIANCEI Mratf.ol.>riM.k L hn. J4. Jule I, Leh
//ia T. Sells/ Mpoi Iflvallona ta bbe. ree.lredfrom '
APPLIANCE Clay Counly; Road Hup.rInl.Dd.nta o'clock each afternoon. C '
[TV Realtor Ufllo ., Clark ..fClreut in TIIM lot liT" t\ bNiR'aIlls ,_ at 4;:00
INLET MARINA I MT l' *'"li KOH 1,4plrrialising
SERVICE Cuurl n. louatl.t .
h RENTAL 'tt SALES Tk* Hoard. raar bids.* rlablriwwlnlsl. U...' 4 Ul STY.. UUNIII' SIlySi 1 d .,-"
n P1 "\TN
We aq.u. An Brand aa4 Boalyar4SALES ft ACREAGE "ft LOTS reject .n, or .11 COUNT' lit ni r.tai *i / I'

lenient{ Clay Covnty ResldeaUa CoaasBoaeUIScrvtBf '''''."11, l HUT.....o.d K. .CIIALKEIl: ,
CUU.NTT:
MEatt1&1'
For baleen Tear w.trW) CIMf 11,: 11_'.. I. "'.,11.1.. ",.,..." or I5TE5T/eN: TQ
Park Pk. JMIMSULLERTON'S A SERVICE Clerk ClrmU; Court 'rr-? "* '.' 'J, 1115511511(111 In
age Orwttr Clay C.Mg Publish Jua II. July I. !.... Id' Btr.hy .
.Wr.\ to"nJ: :
MOTORSTRAJLERSWet .
BOATS
P.blaPHONE < 4 my rinal
N4ary ......... for Final IMKbari. k*
A Dry Star*. II THM 1snCllY fdlllT At NoptptLs et Ik* F.lal: of flay Steaks and Seafood
1LAI 501ST?. ri.OMlUA K. rkall.r 4 *.(.*d-an4 thai
It N. Otaiuj ATO. Mariaw Way Omit SStXMtBM U c......**yM ik day af July. IllS I "

.i Cow I..*. I....... VM. matrwAT H SOUTHOral : MtVSSflOrajsft : *. oafWtlJICI.MKNIA JUNM*-*; :'illl.. apwly' J I. rlU.r.I* ha. Caanly Hasera.laThamae Judea, Me,,,rr \ ,

** Park ...... S649S38INSCBANCE Ar*. I. *4 Bar It I'lalatlll tf Clay Cavaly. ,.Ior...... far a*. t
rval *f ..I4 riaal Report and
VNTUIO Or**. 0... ......* JOB JONU.va sa, '., riaal 1'1...".">. a* Cioculrl HKHTAUUAKT: IIOOltRi 4 I1.. to I0i30LOUN'OK :
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a .f..4ant / said ** .1.
ACCOUNTING UPBOLSTERTAI01 no-rim or Sit? If13.MIM this i.k. day .f lall.. i I
THE TATB or rUJRU'A-TO: UOUUHi ) :
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JOK JONES' SIC, Am** C. Wal.oa
AND mono HI4**.. Lak**..* Ki**lrli' A1.G'1)11A'a
FRANK UPHOLSTERY YoU AMI MEHBUT NOTiriKDIkal ...*, 11 fat '.1 :
TAX SERVICE a sail! kaa Sirs Hl4 .,.....
III Maffjob A.*... you I* Ik. .M". ntlil4 ..... II Thus <'01'11'1'1' d1'11oN'e
L XJsM OwnerI poolal. AfntBM al thoLet'
Ktnaer. meet
cad pas bit krky ilr4 laar tOIMT l. sell you CLAV Now you can eat with the friends you ,
I N. Oranto AT*. Orem Cove GtM Cove Sprlsur* .* .** tlalallffa alloraarvk4 /e1'asT. "'..alu"
iHtk ISt **l tri Cat Restaurant and lounge .)
*****) aaa>* sad ....,*.. a.roar ru a., vie *
'T>l.U4V ni [ c-_ ..-... ..ansgs PkMM U4-S1N ..r.... year ..,IU.. '..._ Is its, J.I. fI
II an. I. bill .1 e.pl.icIn I HI'TII' K. IIICIIARtX.MOTKSI r
FURNITURE
PersoaalitM Seryieelr k I. S' + J'IU Atno : said si t.sky of wbteb U I 1_......
| 6Accounting CANVAS WORK 411,_ e _n T*> .'.."ITO.* I'liono 2M&.010.1 ..
'il ROMBUWNEM bets* Jolv I:. At). I Mi.H T* all rr"".,* sad all Mr*
ft Tax MORTOAfHI WAKE BOAT TON CU8HIOKS .,*.. fall ... ar 4aar** pro was kafldf claim I ., demandelease I
WADE eafaa will k* alr4 *,alaal, MM male. Orlvir 'llcinwi should brl
Rtturntr it BOePTTALZZATIOlfPboowi surcoyxna y.. far Ik* relief .ray4 I. the ,... .... sack .f pea. ue ..,.( RKNTAUHAN/
Ttew TurnJtur I MM .f .rmplamt.SHK ky tlfl4 aad required I* *r*. awed '\IJIn,1tlt month of your :

Business Firms t. Ones CM 1S4-IMS I with the OU Comfort."' ..i MATrHR ron IN..r.aWITNrJ41 or IAIU CCIT MI ki<>k aay p.s.claim or ,itkr sad of pee dmaad, mac* birth, ITs y two ytirt. II you Let's Eat ,, sal, l LOUNW.Blaok ( ;

Individual :1.....TO* SSS-SStS w, kaad ... Ik. : egaisa She ..,I.n .1 wtrt born Id in odd ru,. you
Co A. 6C10Rb .*.| *l a4! tV>.r| al Uraan Ca.. RUTH K ;HICHAt, ......... rtmw in odd
Morlaa riort4a. IkU Iln4 day 11 of Clay <' *!r. tvtry r..1f you it aJ... .
C roak .
111II ...... muc DtumiTW.D.Morris I 5e Ja. A. (>: IHI.Vlvuia the. Cueet Ji 4io *f Clay t'.t': : wtrt born In In tv.n yur, you Hwy. 17 |o3lh
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air (*> rtk In Or.** Cov
boot TaU LoaaWnea I IIEALInrfinon r. "If.I.I.1I:. .,rla.*, riorld wMkla, .h rem tvtry mil ytir j.jj I
"REY'SrLOamA M.II Clre' "ir Cea1N c.essb.. from she dale of Ik. t I
You Can Oft Th SeMi I IIAXLEY : ,! H. ...... fireebirall.s' f 55$. 'sal/e., t
I r>*M TXAPIB1Ov I TRW SHOP rra..t J. Ja .1:: ..Ili5g sad. mss/ ...,. the' 1'II

*. .**!.... PMe4r. Aft.r.. .*,. W rl.iellrt.' pie.. of rMor*,aa4 MM..fflr*
4A4nm' .44cm.1 the el.lm.a/.ad wool
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Ford Motorama, has been
Reporter MRS HERBERT D. MYERS, Phone 821-SlSt 1, ttilY, awarded a 10-day European ,Protest In ''Layoff

\ The preacher at the Penney visit her daughter and family celebrated his 90th birthday vacation trip for outstanding ;

She hopes to visit friends in yesterday, with a small gather Mercury and Comet sales performance
Memorial Church 10:15 services The Green Cove Rebels Green Cover TS Hardagr and
Candor and Ontario, N. Y., and ing from House 108 and his It was announced to-
at 10:15 o'clock Sunday will\ beth played only one baseball game Sons at Woodstock Park;
: Jacksonville
to return by way of Chapel Hill, daughter, Mrs. Katherine day by George F Walters, -
r last week-end, and..that under Thursday: July 15 at T.30
1 Rev H. Oee. This111 bea N. C, where she will visit her Wood, of Framingham, Mass, Llncoln-Mercur division ,
protest, but they will be stagIng p m., Green Core vs General
Communion service. friends, Col. and Mrs. II R who was met at the airport sales manager
heavy practice during a Electric at Woodstock Park;
his flew to
Totten last Monday by the Rev and Revels and wife
Europe Tuesday, where they holiday layoff for the next few Sunday,July 18 at 1:30: pjn.
mission Mrs. Howard Rogers. The on
The morning
Wednesday -T- day preparatory to an exten- Green Cove vs Beach Bank at
study classes, In the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P guests were the Rev. and Mrs. will spend five days In Swit
sive schedule to be resumed on Sun Valley; Saturday, July 24
zerland and four days In Spain
"Breezeway" continue to be Goetze and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clifford S. Hlgby, Mr. and Mrs.
I July 11.'The at 7.30: pan, Oreen Cove vs
most Interesting end with excellent D. Myers had a quick J M Rice, Mrs S. Schleb, as guests of LIncoln-Mercury Woodstock Park
at
Braves ;
attendance. At the trip to Miami last week to attend Mrs. Katherine Wood, the Rev k" division. Rebels were facing the
fourth session, Mrs R L. the rally of the American and burs. H. Rogers, and Mr 1M1 I "This European vacation for Jacksonville Braves at Wood- Sunday, July 25 at 4:00: pjiu,
Mr. and Mrs Revels is tri stock Park last Saturday eve- Oreen Cove vs Jacksonville
Bmallev lid the devotions Mrs. Council of Christian Churches, and Mrs. Earl Morrison a
bute for professional salesman ning, and the Braves were leading Rockets at Woodstock Park;
C. 8 Dope presented the study, They were picked up In St \ r+,.'pa t' Tuesday, July 27 at 7:30 pjn.,
1-0 In fifth\
ship of the highest order, the Inning
chartered bus Mrs. Lena Andrus writes )
book of the day "Babylon by Augustine on a
and
Green Cove vs Hardage
Choicp by Dr, Martin Manty, from Jacksonville. Dr. Carl MeIntlrc from Germany, 'Fiom beautiful Walters said. when there developed a con Woodstock Park
A total of 105 dealers fusion over umpire call that Sons at ;
the speaker and and famOus Old Heidelberg
ChrIs an'
dealing with the was
how the Communistsare I am sending you many throughout the United States prompted the Rebels to an- Sunday, August 1 at 4:00pm
responsibility to the Inner city spoke on :; Green Cove vs Beach
church using the churches In this greetings Here I spent many have been honored with the nounce that they would continue ", Park.

country to spread their false happy hours of my childhood trip following LincolnMercury' playing only under pro. Bank at Woodstock

The Annual MIIC picnic will theory of peace, About 3,000 I am constantly on the "go," "To rnament of Champions test. A ruling by Chuck Rogers,

be held Monday, at 12 noon' attended this rally. visiting my relatives and "' sales contest this spring. I league president, today' should JEAN lOWERS

sharp. Bring jour lunch and friends and enjoy thoroughlytheir They will return to Green resolve the dispute. SELLS SHOP

drinks, table and chairs, and Mis Oeorge Horton of hospitality and love. The Cove on July D.IRS. Rebels spokesmen said their Mrs. Sarah( Lynn Smith, along

your freedom bells Come and North Dighton, Mass, left for weather has been cold but is I pitcher picked a Brave off third time resident of Clay

have a good time and enjoy the home last Monday after spending getting warmer. I miss the lea ie ) DVISY PRINGLE base and that the base umpire County has purchased the
sunshine of Floilda called him out. There followed popular dress shop, "Jean
program a week with her aunt, Mrs + Service for Mrs Daisy M,
Marshall Merriam. s sr h'eld a discussion between the base Jowers" in Orange Park, from
I Pringle, of Lawtey, were
Mrs. H, T Sutton left last Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Swlgart last Saturday in Starke. with and the field umpire and the Its previous owner, Mrs.Russell
returned June 28 from 24dayvacatlon ruling stood However, on the Dohmeyer, of Coronado, Calif.
Monday for New York City to The Rev George 8. Button I on a ,t. the Rev. W. O. MathU officiating. -
------ .- mostly In laska. first pitch after that according Mr.'Smith has been associated
.
He was assisted by the
Flying from Jacksonville' to the report the plate umpire with Mrs. Dohmeyerthe
Rev. Jack Hall and the Rev.
with an overnight stop at 44't A iI Lf;, put the Jacksonville player ( former Jean Jowers) for
J. E. Norman. I
Don Pool'sSELFSERVICE Seattle, they landed In Juneau, Mrs Pringle, who was 77 back on third. It was.at that, several years and plans to con-
capital of the 49th state. There point that Green Cove protested tinue to operate the shop un-
years old, died In Oreen Coveon '
COIN LAUNDRY they visited the famous Mln- Seventy-two county youngsters, with exactly twice as June 24. and before the Inning was der its well-known theme -

Palmetto ,* Houston Green Can denhall Glacier, an awesome many girls as boys, left on Monday for the annual 4.II camp She was the mother of over the Brave had scored "fashion is a look not a
sight, but report that the face at Cherry Lake. another five runs. The game price." The business will continue
Mrs W.E. Strickland, of Green '
Open 14 noon Every DayPhHoeBendlx of this river of Ice is less Among those lining up for the two busloads on Monday ended 6-0. under the name of "Jean
Cove; Mrs. W. J. Blunders, of
Machine beautiful than when they saw morning, the consennus wa that It wasn't no much a 4.II The remainder of the Green' Jowers
Penney Farms; and Mrs R. E.
Double Loader lie 10-Lk. Simla LoaAii MeFlaff it in 1954. camp as a country club outing with the girls vying with Cove league schedule was 'an- Mrs. Smith says Interest In
Lee, of Russell.
Dm lie each other to see how many outfits each eould gather together nounced a* follows: the Individual needs of customers

EVERYBODY WELCOME! Our talented organist, Mrs ; and the boys to see how many different hade they She also leaves three other Sunday, July 11 at 1.30: p.m"I I will remain paramount.She .

Ono B. Coons, left last Mon. might Induce their hair to become under the weight of sun daughters: Mrs. L. A. Redding, Green Cove vs Edgewood at will be assisted by Elea
Mrs L. H. and Mrs.Otis .
day for her home at Shokan, and other Ingredient. Redding Woodstock Park; nor Center and Shirley Mur-

N. Y., where she will stay fora E. D. McCall County Agent, head the staff; assisted Brewer, all of Lawtey; Monday, July 12 at 1:30: p.m., phy.John's .
three sons: Sinclair Moeley, of
couple of months. Accompanying by Sandra Reeve Hammock.Mr .
Jacksonville; E. C. Merely, of 1111111111U111IIII1IIIIIIIIIUIlllUIII1IIIIUIIUIIU1III1UIII IIIIIlltllllllllllnr.tlnmnllIIIIftI-!
her was Mrs. Kather Hammock said features of this year's camp will
We Will Be Closed Ice B. Teed who is going to be an Hawaiian campfire (with home made grass skirts, Lawtey; and J. C. Pringle, of

her old home at Umadllla, N yet), some stained glass painting a swimming meet and Satsuma; two stepdaughters, Radio TV
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69th Annual Reunion of the Karen Hawley, Pat {Nell, Roberta grandchildren and 41 great
5th Those attending ores! grandchildren.Burial n C A -::-- ZENITH
Monday July Mclaughlin family. Mrs. Teed Wells, Barbara Lynn Tucker, Carol Ann Miller Ruthann
will return to Penney Farmsin Russell, Diane Russell Carol Drawdy, Linda Cummings, was in Klngsloy Lake AMAXA NORQE APPLIANCES

a couple of weeks Gay Raleigh, Pamela Fern, Patricia Ann Kramer, Charlotte cemetery. -e-

ix OBSJmVAXCN' ] OF'Independence Edward, Marlon HUler, Pam Merlwether, Lynn Prrplrs, Experitnced Service On All Makes ct Models

TOM SAWYER READING Ramona Sessoms, Rhonda Edward, Barbara Elaine Encle, SMOKE.Y SAYS: SERVING: CLAT COUNTY OVER It TEARS

Deborah Harrington Linda !Mile, Linda J. Fullerton, Ellyn \HOLD\ MATCHES TILL COLD'i'atei - -

Day CUB: HAS FIRST PARTY Stllck, Susan Lynn Semulorf Karen Ann Sfrdorf Jouce 8U" IaI tVdOlPLEASE 21 West :Walnut Street Green Covo Springs

The Tom Sawyer Reading Ann Petty, Nancy IIp.IIIt'hwerdeIarlln! Lee, Debbie Agin, Phone 284-3122

Club of Green Cove was treatedto Nancy Novak, Cathy Ksctrner, Patricia River, Haiti Oliver 1III11I1IIIID _IIIIJII"'"
its first party 01 the 'sum Susan Saunders Faye Chvlton, Jeanne M Jones Shelly Mo- .
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We wish for you a happy, 4th of July weekend mer Tuesday afternoon In the Kinky, Elaine Cox,' Pamela Franks, DrnU Turner, Pat I" I

I Green Cove library, Approximately Bryan, Sandy Afln Janrn teoes*. Wood, Rhonda Revrln,

123 youngsters were on Joan Saundrr, Rene' 8. Hull Christi Ann Atkinson, TerryA.

hand for the occasion which Rucks, Rick A Gnann, Samuel limo Max Nllaon! Wood '

I wan sponsored by the Green Bower, Michael Schulti, 'lark Nrrld :Michael Brldft, SEE YOU ATEchie's

Cove Springs Junior Woman's Randall Gurr, John Spearman, John Groner, John Barber,
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I Club. This is one of their activities Ricky Wager, Ronnie Mall Barry M. Damrrn Terry Turner,

aimed at promoting Kenneth Saunders, Tony Saundir. Bob Everett, Jack Gel- r '

batter library service for the err, Danny Harper, Mike harper, Marvin Short and Don Orly v CA11 ra3Wr4rcoagsT

community.. Boy It'ft. FiREs
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Bank of Park helping Tom paint his bnfi1lc rk cIb1 I ecdlnIke 1
Orange fence Each member Is assigned
a picket In the fence and for
I Time 8.30: F.M. 7:" '.'1_
MEMBER OF FD.I.C. each book that is read the picket
Visitors Home Milters llama
Is painted up half an inch.

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July 1 Coca Cola Burlington Deader J. P. Hall

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POWER FAILURES GCS WOMAN'S CLUB WANT FINE GIFTS FOR

,,1 COTNEY (Continued from Page 1) PLANS WORK PROGRAMThe 1 INDOORS OR OUTDOORS? ..

I power failures to lightning and Junior Woman Club
TIRE fallen tree. of Green Cove Springs met INOLYOURJUDGET.! 8Ittho.6te
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Jacksonville Tuesday evening, June 22, at
Asked If the
the home of Mrs Frederick '
SERVICE Power system had done anything Andrews for the purpose of '; .
about removing any of
planning a work program for PLAID -
trees, Cox said
the hazardous the 66,
Cor. Park King Jacksonville year 1965-
he did not know
Mrs,
Emery Cooper of Keystone
Phone EV 9-3027 or EV <<-8UITIRls""lrl "That would be for the Operations Heights and chairman of _
" Dept to answer," he the Clay County Library
said. Board, spoke to the club on the STAMPS !
pressing need for a new library ..r ..a.ta k IS' 123 .
for Green Cove Springs Mrs.
SANITARIAN NAMED: 'IJlIJ1i.IJl
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Cooper pointed out that the
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Harry Riggs, formers chief present library is totally inadequate .
GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN FLA. SHIPPED
From the smallest to the LARGEST! or
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sanitarian of Covington, Va. for the needs of the
1 has been named County sanitarian city, and the present facility
Distributor :Miller Tires Autolito Batteries succeeding H R Relos, must serve as headquarters and 'Lei .
. who resigned to take another book depository for the entire : A&P Sled .rat,,e. os. pke.
CAPPING : RETREADING FRYER or j Swim tkr M an.
f REPAIRINGand position In Raleigh, N C Clay County library system 35 Coupon rood thru July 4
i Riggs, who was picked from The Junior Woman Club Breast .2.. JAX 1-1 J
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In- a field of eight candidates, is has taken, as projects for the
scheduled to assume his new coming year, the tasks of sponsoring QUARTERS LB.
ORANGE PARK duties today. parties for the summer
reading club of the Green Cove PI IP
Sinclair
Station Road Servico
Springs Public Library, pro. S1AtiS!
Drive safely over the holiday { Ann Puce Ppd Ib.,4H 01Npatkrltl
195 U. S. Highway 17 Phone Z64-MJ1<< weekend! We want you viding substitute readers for "Super,Right" Smoked Fully (Shank Half or Whole 1.1,. 53e;) ) S .. (or BT.
readers next week the reading programs. story I Coupon rood thru July 4
among our
hour, and sponsoring book, sales S.....e JAX*wsaB 7 a5 CBta..iW ...
throughout the year Another COOKED
project adopted by the club, is
that of making the people of 25 EXTRA Ir/1tt
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See Green Cove aware of HAMSShank e a L1 tw..u..MN,.. PI C
and sympathetic to, the need I WortHmor. tlle.f
I of the city for an up.to,date, ,. ; I*. .1 w 3*
well equipped 1 library of which ''Coapoa irmd thru July' 4 i
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the community can be proud. r.5esaee.allra5SJ.alxaAel.aa.sN
Spring MotorsI Young women interested in
the civic work of Green .ftigli ,
Cove (.. Western Betf.
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FQR Walter B Lucas, membership : l t : C.up.n{ r "d th' .fry 4
I f' chairman, telephone 284-0633. 4 J1t .,
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: AUTOMOBILES FOUR RETURN FROM: r { :
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SHERIFFS MEETING: ,
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Sheriff Jennings Murrhee
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and former Sheriff John Hall : ....., .c-----r.a.\e' liJ: .:'
and Mrs. Hall have returned ,"Super-Itigll{ .{" Ivonfi Meats Western Pork :.1.Coullqn I'ood thru'J 4

from the semi-annual meetingof ...... JAX.....T..a.u.... ......N5
I the Florida Sheriffs Association .r.

II I at Sarasota RIB I Middle 1\8 :' JIIY PL11. .....J
MAar Sheriff Murrhee was accomanled -
a.t'e > to the meeting, held at Cut 88cI I ;' Prreaa..1LB.
the; Azure Tides Inn, by Deputy ROAST i :; Parks .Pia .1
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which he has been a member "Saper.B.taht" Sliced iUgnf AH Mtc t 114.. Pk :.
for'more than 38 years.. Cooked S-Lb
The otbcrn star
d Volk wagen, Tool meeting ended last FrIday. CANNED HAMS $3.89 LUNCH: EAT SALE SKINJESS FRANKS 45

S A A 1( I "5up r-IUf bf AH Melt Lfc. Pk .
Usd JOEL MATIIEW FALANA I' 'K.>*r.Uht" Freshly > tb.. I,I V K;B 1 1 ; K;
Services for Joel Matheww SUCED BOLO NA 55-
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', Falana, 75 years old, who died GROUND $1,35sl
Sunday, after a long,illness!! at '"SupenRlght"W.eteratlteef Lb, ri0 r0'B -J gaper.Rllbt B.ef

Clay to be held Memorial at 10 o'clock Hospital tomorrow are. DELMINIO STEAK $1,75 3 t, tttf SHORT RIBS i! 45*
I morning Hickory Grove
Baptist Church. The' Rev: A
U HWAGEnS D Martin will officiate. C4VUOT IHUQUIITS; OFCHARCOAL\
He leaves four nieces: Mrs
Nona Nichols, Mrs. Julia Rushing LB.
I and Mrs. Mary Geiger, all. 0 BAG: 79o
of Jacksonville; and Mrs Shirley
Waterson, of Jackionvlllu 1 I
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Burial will be In BonUIck ALL n .\YORS
l cemetery. Helm Funeral Home -
4 S. IIIGh WAY 17 N. GREEN COVE SPRINGS is in charge of arrangements, HI-C DRINKS 4 a l 99
(fOO Tanls North of Governors Creek) Phone 2S4-9Z09
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PORK & BEANS 3.89* BEVERAGES 15-$1100 FECAN PIE 49'

The Church of Your Choice rk* 4iM. 4-ea. Cans StJrafoara. un Sbtt JAlie Parker <"u

ICE CREST EAI $ ,79 .19
,SAUSAGE 2-29e SUGAR|) DONUTS <
A'P Yellow rrc *Mu* Delves *r _
This AP tight Meat "U .* CaM 1-Lb. }j-.. Caa Jaa hrke Brows* Pbgs..111CHUNK

Sunday TUNA 2-49? .SlICED PEACHES 29< DINNER ROLLS 2-29<

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