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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 8, 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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alephbibnum - 000579539
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an effort to make up a lOIter of all Clay Countlans .. Beat Back
Taylor FoesI
now serving In any of the armed forces overseas The Crescent .

this week Is printing a questionnaire at the lower ..., I

left hand of the editorial page. If you can even partially .; ;." l The Green<< Cove City Commission Tuesday night declared 'X

complete this questionnaire whether the Person Involved r. I., Its Induntilal park ss surplus property and agreed to sell It I

Is related to you or only a friend, please clip this questionnaire ". '\' r. for $025000 t6 Julian Louie Reynolds, 55 year<< old international ]

and mall It to "Overseas." c/o The Crescent P. O. .. : 1 InduntrisltHt and executive vice pr"lden.nd a director

Box 678 Oreen Cove Springs. It you have a small pictureto ., .' of Reynolds Metals Co

go with it, put the man's name on the back of the picture It thus climaxed weeks of Co occupies one of the hangar :

with infractions for returning It to the owner. We private negotiation and public a* .a warehouse; the I

cannot use large photographs. Ws are especially InterestedIn : speculation and rumor other hangar In I occupied by

any men<< serving now In Viet Nam or the Dominican Re Acting before a jam-pat'kpd Climate Conditioning Coy ,i I

public However, we would like as complete a list as poial- \ \ city commtxalon room com- whose workforce la now down 'I l's\ \

ble, for early publication 9.:. A nilnaloners heeded the picas of to approximately 35 person,

'i City Murmur Pen Ziliner and Tuylor Mobile Homes, Inc.,

llorwlck Anderson, who ha occupies<< a steel and glass in \

Three of the count,'* Industrial blue chrpperi are among served BS special counsel to duxtrtat. with a projected: em

Fortune Magazine's latest July list of the nation's 600 ". the City In the negotiation, pluyment of more than 100. '

greatest (In dollar volume of sales) corporations. .'. and a number of vociferously Southern Meter A Supply Co.,
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Alphabetically they are Burlington, duPont and JohnsManvllle. + {r Y ,, eeY articulate r.ld.mta, after a 80- of Atlanta, occupies anothur I

minute discussion during apart small building on the property

DuPont ranks twelfth on the llit with sain last year t..' ,' of which It seemed at If with two employ. \

totaling 12 8 billion; aLa of $2.9 billion; net earnings totaling ,Ii.- ....... the whole program might sink Ileynold proposal to buy I'

|471 million and 100,000 employees again! without a trace, the property last summer was

Burlington Industries, with sales last year of f 1.2 billion The four. present tenants of r.JecweS) by the City Commission ,b

ranks 44th Inh.. list. Burllngtoh'a assets are' put the 1400 acre ervatlon will with only City Manager

at f 76( minion; and net last year at ISO. million. The company be undisturbed by the ..I..

employs 67,000 persons.JohnsManvuVa rr The Oreen Cove Springs. Yarn (ConUnued on Fag Eight s,
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. isles Jaat.ar totaling close tohalfft 1
billion aoDars'puts It 124th oft the list,/-MY asset Ira' e.- f

.. put at $383 million; with net last year at 133 million. The anlrotIAI: J I

company employs 20,000 persona,

A fourth company jus"to take a name out of a hat ;

It Reynolds<< Metals which ranks Sth on the list. The com We Come Of AgeOreen

pany's sales last year were 1020 million; with assets of IIbillion. .......
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.. Net profit last year WM |38' million. Reynolds .. Cove Springs grew But each time he cam. round.

employs 31,000 persons up Tuesday alibi.. If there Isn't there should

And by Its .wilful, deliberate be dancing In the strut of

: .. assertion of progress, It may Green Cove; and In the byways

The county has received anoothor check for 110.000 as Its +:.: '.' .j.I.j/, [. .'.: 'i' ,It:" just have booted. thi entire of the county; and, In.
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share of the race track distribution to each of the BtsU'i . ' It.t,, :v,,"I, '. county Into the year of our deed In Jacksonville today.

67 counties, according to State Comptroller Ray K. Greene.! r' ,. ( Lord, 106) Fur the sale. of the old Navy I

The latest distribution bring the total to 1261,400 during S N i' ; ..: f. Tit hero of the piece wss b.*., letting rattier looking

the current fiscal year; an increase of 138,500 from the year d:., i. i ; our dosed damn-the.torpy'. with each paalng. day, will' not

earlier period. ,1.( doe city maiag nut lien only give 'the city an Industrial

Zollivr was for It a year aico. park, In fact It will serve a* i

There wee a difference this one of the very great mil*, .
"Florida schools are Improving .t a fsiUr rate than t
week home In the development of
national ," to the Florid State Chamber
averages according .' ..... '. non Zellnor luil, wkh him the city.
of Commerce, 1
this time the extraordinary Louis Reynolds, who with his
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"This Improvement the trade body said ls measuredby
for any community brother, head one of the vast
official 1 reports of expenditure In each In Florida
state
Development Authority Moves GCS Dives and urban. Ulenti of D rwlck: aluminum empires In the world <<
all monies pent In 1.94 for education totaled l.7) million, Boy
Andiron; he had with him and the Mth largest corpora.. 1\
1) cent than 1M3
per more during compared with a 10 percent
thl time another commissioner. lion In America according to

national average Increase.The For $60,000 of of rare teal, young Kdward Fortune Maiaalne's' computation .
Florida total Includes 1112.80,000 for Late universities To Refinance $300,000 Plastic
Taylor) and he bed with him ), has been. knocking at
and public junior colleges; 115,300,000 for specialty
Treasure this time en aroused cltUenry Green Cov '. door now for nigh
Lost
schools for the handicapped and others.: 1417 00.))00. for
who jammed the City Cornmla- onto two years It Is said on
the operation regular public aecondarjr schools, including
Plant Debts "Clean The Slate"Negotiations lon offices and inks their retpornibl authority he wasto
salaries, and $73400,000 for new buildings and equipmentIn
UNCCInda..., schools. piece .. Stale. Development, Com-

It ws, story bn, democracy Dilation's prune prospect for
With Florida's population standing U.t -c .
year at ',10S.000. ,-
\' : rent on Its lint mortgage io st work; a final con enau the bate at the time the state
the total expenditure. education In the state meansa
the U. 8. Oovcrnment, now In that, after moments In which wa set to purchase ibe properly .
capita figure ot'a few 11'. r. ,5 s cr
per cent over On the bail
the amount of 111,000.: and six 4 the battle seemed loot City . Now at lad, we have Invltrd .
of this figure Florida show op wen. It placed the slate
rent on con tructloit: eotte
Pr CommlMtJoner "Merlin liens him In,
ahead of an aoit .a.tertt staUe; ahead of four New England '
totaling tllVOOO due to O P.
states and ahead wavering and uncertain stood 1, Is too early to assess the
; surprisingly' of Missouri and Pennsylvania
Woodcock Co., Jacksonville up to be counUd and vast . of this new Industrial
City promise
and right beside Ohio and New J.,..,. .
contractors and d t t of
; oa a > Commissioner Warwick KeitneyoonrMUd neighbor Some of the

approximately llOSjftoo> to two defeat with a wonderful ,figure that have been bandim

Jacksonville companies for dignity end good humour.' 'about would nuke New Turkor
An opportunity toe Clay County resldenu to offer their which Eugene Orr .Is "spokes
It war, we think, great.; absoluUly >>- Detroit sit up and take no-
abilities to the Peace Corps will come at 0 o'clock Saturdayat man.** "..,. tkfc

the Jacksonville Port Offke Building.The The property war purchasedIn 'f1 Tttere M of what Is
were, It be said, Even If a fraction
opportunity to the Pce Corps placement I & tot, 1156 from General Services willmean
nuancee of comedy. With f- hoped for comes to pass. It
which is not passed or failed and you cat study for ft. Administration for the sum of
aid Tslbotl demanding that . a long and ..mastmarconvulsive /
It measures general aptitude aad the ability to learn a language. I2M.OOO, with a' down payment Julian Louis Iteynold cf traneiilan
producea period
If, lor example. Us acmes Indicate limited language of 140,000.Subsequently .
flnsnrl! sUUment. And F.km for some of the peoplo' of thw
acquiring ability, the Pace. Corps.... to place the applicant the Authoritygave Konmr ( o".ur"' .
flobertaon inquiring about ,isaue
area. It will entail bond *
la an LnIf.I-.pe king area. The teat. .le toed by the exclusive development and
Mr. !
Pae Corps only ae a tool la the matching of volunteers Corp and to Florida ", Ita.n& Robert Conk,", of OrevnCove Reynold solvency, and for attests and sewage treatment
In to be "wlwd clcaa debt what might occur If Mr. n.,. and dUpusal .t.UII for
are progress are a sy ;
and Io6) The Peace Corps application Is the most Important '. rights to the WeatfUld I I. one of two professional
Indicator to refinance the multiple debt totaling close to $ OO.DOO on divers working for Real. laid should suddflftly declare otter street lighting and more
Of suitability for Peace Corpe aervtee. Corp granting these two conv
and mortgages incurred by the purchase of the property and bankruptcy.Berwick police protection: It will
Eight Inc., which has meaty
recovered -
It must be Med
out and brought to the exam anlcea previously panUs a 2) p.r lent fee on all
submitted. Clay County Developmeai Authority construction of the building; gross revenue 2000 pound of 11th century Anderson, with a ad-4U U 1MJ touting that

over a period of year and a contract entered Into by minted ""uhh coin fln-M that might be said to can b* financed; It wilt meana
Applicant should plan on about one and a hall hoursat Just before construction! of
the in the rxthese: of a 1)00.,4, the Authority when Secretary and Ingots oft Satellite U a twUaf center, unlees they wish to take the Spanish the building representatives of
tract of land on Fleming Island of State Tom Adams we* uJ PatU's, tokt Mr. Itoberteon will have to do. .
or French language achievement teat, which requires* an the Authority secured from the The firid announced U'tweek
b.ween: Ore.. Cove and managing director,. which there was a calculated risk Iotr.nultff "uf''DOt do
additional hour. Florida Supreme Court sn opinion br Kip Wsinef. fbbe
any .i Park, and the construction two Jacksonville firms w",. !nv lvt4 'In Louis lUytiolde'. them anymore than JOo"Manvu *-
that the enabling act under flans PIa., treasure hunter. la
A of the so eaRed "pUetfcs given exclusive right of development which the Authority war setup valued at ".t .Mu MO/MM:' offer, ai there night! be In r. > or Ourllngtoa If the
plant" Hljbwsy 17. and namd fiscal agent ion MWd.Qss'e offer and Mr.
on housing
and
Wore than 140 4 WM valid. The !late. L.dr Wagrwr Mid.Cor.l. paved street*
R
Club
members from Clay Couaty Members. of the Authoritylate at a flat fee ef 3) pr cent of Andtr'on made It slur he , yes, and restaurant ,
and other central lalure trailed the Authority ,, the 20..014 eon and
Florida
counties sill attend an expense- lag'week, by unanimous .rose receipts on the property woulJ aland .behind any |IO ...."'11. and drinking facilities
paid electric 120400 anruaVy hi beuf all of Mr and Mrs. AI Corikef of
workshop at Camp UcQuarrts Augsut 1-7. vote, aotborttcd Berwick Audet.o. A bar. quorum of Authority CIte! Mr ltobrt* aught of. . aren't hers: the people
wilt
lazes on Me vast UjDOoacreCamp Green Cove, will be a sufho-
Object of the workshop le io provide trairing to both ., Oran Cote attoraey, member aiUaded the cece lag I", find home wbre
Bleadlnc tract which I* more at Florida SUU Umverslty they are:
household sad Industrial aspect' of electricity the functloa- at which Dr. T Luke Olenneiv City Commla-tun ADI. h. .
to enter into coavenatlOM that r i iey I and bank and buy their .
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.... by he State and federal In ll.ptsinberReal gsauII
lag. of electric motor, electric safety and other subject. A w1JI..i. the slate eleaa and nee chainnan, presided the goveraaeftU.ft Cighl, lie. whuMBsove was with It an the wl*. i I and groceries and shirts
generous serving of food fun and fellowship la also dished tell absent of Von Cotaejr chair Th sub>Une| lu
enable the Authority to or was, spjxuenUy, on the I I..Ike" from I teak., ou ; i and! up for the youngitera. Pmoaaai from Bectri .. was put on more than one
Clay Cooper. .leaae the buOdiag which baa marl > Ihr
...... of this. opinion that the a SoanUh coon, or In tint \
attre and other central Florida. electric coops wo help never been occupied. The AutborUy It. now bdstcharged lesion, to Thomas J. lUv
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I A Bulletin Board. :<>!\ *;'.I', ft II'".' .> '\ \\' (':.',} '.'1\:\ Hew To: R Delinquent] :ll @'1W lrmrIr: LAB

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The editor and publisher of one of the are most likely to enliven the public weal DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD Sheriff Jennings Murrhee

tuition's leading newspapers' said the other And, lest someone nay la newwspaper has the fast and positive action
day . for publication! . : "A newspaper last word, a "Letter to the Editor" column I h 1 I of County Juvenile Counselorand leaves lying around books \Vo\ can all be thankful 'h.,
shoes and clothes. Do everything
should lead a community. Clevelanders hays always open to any and all with the simple of Sheriff Jennings Mur for him so he will! be County got through the li,,,,
always been conservative. We are going t) gumption to sign their John henrys to their! weck end without
rhee last week In the case otIS experienced in throwing all -
'\ try to ffrce' things to happen We want our views, tearing apart, If :you will, the viewpointof accidnt. '
Dunbar High school youths responsibilities on others. a serious ,
and enacted. ,
candidates elected our programs the newspaper
The speaker was Thomas Van lIusen Vail, Most communities have accepted . or, stranded In Virginia does them 6. Let him read any printed State troopers and deputu. ?.

editor and publisher of the Cleveland (0.) at least, resigned themselves to this sad stateof both credit. matter he can get his silver handson. however/ banded out a total ,of!
Be careful that the P
News. affairs long since. The boys had apparentlybeen ware and drinking glasses are 46 tickets to drivers and thin.
How dare he make such a statement* Actually, this 'show Of Independence is ,
lured to a Virginia farmon sterilized but let his mind may be something gained by list i
The almost fiction. Most newspapers (witha
very Ideal I pure :
the notable exceptions and they've got it the false pretense that the feast on garbage. "mg the charges.
In northeast Florida retort of many; few 1. Quarrel frequently In the 'I"
number of
elected officials would be: "You run the news made) don't dare knock their advertisers' even summer farm jobs were a part of children. In The largest tick.nl2) .
presence your
paper and let me run the government . If they wanted to. of the federal government's this way they will not be .too ( ) was handed out for disobeying .
and the government, the things that happen, And, in the final(analysis, It is the newspaper program to put high school shocked when the home Is stop signs.

the public programs are no more your business and the bank' perhaps more directly than students to work (with the Dr. Howard broken up later. Sheriff The two runners-up Were
than the newspaper is mine." any other business especially in the small double-pronged motive of helpIng 8. Give child all the upend
Here Is a ,fine prescription, a Munbee speeding ((7)) and, public drunk.
Alas and alack, taint so. community that are most directly affectel the farmer and keepingthe ing he wants. Never let
by the Toronto police on how money
for a newspaper has two alternatives and by the welfare of the area they serve. This youngsters gainfully employed to' rear a delinquent: him earn his own. Why shouldhe enness ((6)< ).

they are pretty much black and white . not it deeply behooves a newspaper to press for : and out of trouble wandering 1. Begin with Infancy to have things as tough as These were followed by charges of driving
much grey there. A newspaper can be a bulletin what's good for the community and thus for the streets). But when you had them.
give the child everything he while intoxicated and violaton of restricted lie
board chronicling the annals of the day: itself. they would not be paid $1.23 wants. In this way he will 0. Satisfy his every craving
Who went to Jacksonville, who Is In the hospital Notwithstanding all this Mr. Vail is right they would no be paid $US grow up to believe the world for food, drink and comfirt. enses, four each. Three tickets were written

who came home. All this is Important, especially we believe. Any newspaper worth its salt an hour as they had been led owe him a living. See that every sensual desire charging persons with having no driver's license
Important to those who went or came. should ,take its part In the leadership of a to expect. The :younger boys 2. When he pick up bad is gratified. Denial may lead
The other alternative is to present with community . endorsing candidates who (In were, the farmer told them, to words, laugh at him. This will to harmful frustration. and another three for possession of alcoholic

this chit-chat programs, to "go" for those candidates ills view) will lead; and pressing programs be paid 40 cents an hour; the make him think he li cute. It 10. Take his part against the beverages by minor children.

who, in the view of the newspaper ilthat will mean progress. older boys 10 cents an hour. will also encourage him to neighbors, teochers policemen.

Rightly, the, boys refused to pick up "cuter" phrases that They are all prejudiced against

work. will blow off the top of your your child.
I The record from there shows head later. 11. When he gets Into real

JoUikltet'B, DUNCAN 0 GRONER the boys slept on the bus that 3. Never give him any spiritual trouble, apologize for yourself I List YourChy County Property with -

took them to Virginia; they training. Walt until he Is' by saying, "I never could do
were without money or food 21 and then let him 'decide for anything for him". Frank W. BrownAnd
The reapportionment anticsof the nine old men still holds; But for a State Senator, it and It was not until one of himself' 12. Prepare for a life of grief.

the state legislature remind I'll cast my votes for Messrs. is a huge district to cover these them called his parents that 4. Avoid use of the word"wrong" You will be likely to have it. Associate

tie of nothing so much as the Matthews, Johns and' Huntley.But six counties, and in the wild local officials were made aware It may develop a The application of the first East Estate Broker -
Wood, when only Noah and a this will not make it so disorder which seems to go of the situation. guilt complex. This will con eleven of these rules would Indeed Registered
select few were saved from de. and If it does, the tasks of the with all Florida legislative sessions make the twelftha 1144 11.& Hlchway 17 Orange Park
Sheriff Jennings Murrhee dltlon him to believe later, seem to
ttructlon.! will be greatly bills In 60 ) Phone SM-MM -
survivors very (4,000 days ,
told the Virginia farmer he when he Is arrested for steal- certainty. How do you rate
According to the King James enlarged and complicated someone will get cut short. It's would be held responsible for Ing a car that society Is a- Z ? NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
Version of the Old Testament, I have observed In this column bound to happen because Florida the welfare of the boys. The, gainst him and he is being 400 foot frontaje on V. S. Highway 11
. they went in unto the before I did not see how State senators aren't paid Say You Head It, in .
County Juvenile Counselor, persecuted. (Just North of Green Cove Springs) I
ark two and two of all flesh Billy Matthews even now is able properly and to eat they must Louis LeBlanc, made arrangements 8. Pick up everything he TUB CRKSCEXT
. And the flood was forty to take care of the needs and. tend to their, owfi economic with the Virginia Welfare -

flays upon tho earth . And aspirations of 13 counties The fences first and do what they Dept. to get the boys
the waters prevailed exceedingly new congressional district will can in the political hustings home. A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO MY MANY FRIENDS

upon the earth; and all the compiiite 25 . far more thana after that. AND PAST ACQUAINTANCES { Helm
high hills, that were covered third In the state, Matthews As to the legislative seat This was something of a. '
"first" for I will soon become active In "i\
and interest
everybody. Almost renew my
tinder the whole heaven, were will presumably face Fuqua In now occupied by Messrs. Hunt-
certainly the the real estate field. Need In' bus).
house
next May. boys learned a listings IoU
Covered" the primaries ley and Thomas, somewhat the
hard lesson. But the county lieu locations, acreage. Our future la now ripe for de..elopme .
I think It is .
lesser
Clay County, same story to a extent Funeral Home
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It coincidence
just a authorities t. Appreciate
involved we think hearing, from anyone.
now agreed, got short shrift . goes. And unless Clay .
feel in
that here Clay
sure, we
under Congressman Charles E. County is ready to cede its did themselves proud In nay- NOTEI Have three bedroom house to trade
County now have two and two Bennett. It is no criticism of seat in the legislature to an ing In very plain terms that for home In Orange Park. CHARLES HELM
And two of our friends and
Mr. Bennett to say he did not out-of-county man . no mat- Clay County has no slave labor '
Neighbors who need the refuget Funeral Director
an ark. need Clay County whose residents ter how able he may be (and I for export.CARD SARAHALLOCK
comprised less than 5 per hear Thomas )Is a man of competence "
If It can be said we are suf- constituents and Keg Real Estate Broker it f I Phone 2&4-9606
cent of his and ability) . our OF THANKSThe I ;
faring an embarrassment of the needs and demands of voters had better stand behind 13 St. Johns Av. Phone tS4-l41 Green Cove Springs '
flchei' In solons it must be said Duval County, were ever and Huntley regardless of local family of Mrs. Bessie H. J. D. Goodwill Salesman GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
at them they are'only suffer- from a political point of view cliques. ,, Rusher withes to express their IIWT. II EABT P. 0. BOX MIMoney
sincere thanks to for .
fag- everyone
were very necessarily paramount All of this foolishness has
Consider: we have a con- In his plans, activities been thrust upon us by an oligarchy their kind expression of sym
ffesaional district of 25 coun- and thinking. of Nine Old Men who pathy. The many flowers, cards,

(its with two congressmen: our I think it is further agreed hold, unprecedented power' over food and visits were greatly

food friend, Billy Matthews Billy Matthews has done an our thinking and activitiesand appreciated. ..., .
,id one Don Fuqua, of Altha. outstanding job for us in freedoms; all In the name J. H. Rusher Need
yVe have a state senatorial district Washington. But from purely of freedom. and Daughters r r\

of six counties with two personal experience I would Between the edicts of the '

senators; our friend, Charley say there Is only so much one Oligarchy, the gum-shoeing of AUTO LAWS
J?. Johns, of starke and B. C.. man ian do; and If you double the Internal Revenue Service / '\ -. .!
?c rce, of Palatka; and we his job (and mileage) he Is and the fingerprinting and 1 I .

pave a legislative district of bound to let slip some of the questionnaires of the various For

tWo counties with two reprentatlves things he might have done witha draft boards, I would say we s

: our friend Louis little less paper work. have today about as much freedom ,
jlluiUey, of Orange Park; and In the State Senate, Charley from invasion of our private

Arch Thomas, of Starke. Johns, under the present re- lives as the grumbling un
When the flood waters loosed apportionment bill, has four derlings of the Third Reich
uPon us by judicial edict have years to serve In two years,' ever had.I 0RJ A C'ew ?

if tin wrought their chaos, only as I understand It, State Senator very well recall a year or
three of these good men and Pearce will run again In so ago the huge signboards in
tfte. will survive. It's all too his old district and four years the St. Augustine area that rllOUfHr you SAID ..
bad But if the dictum of one.nonavote hence, one or the other of them were bent on selling their viewers THII C,, 0"1'HItD' ""("TOMAftj)

&}*. enunciated by will have to go. the impeachment of the If your automatic transmission
"'" Car financing today like the cars and trucks themselves _
Chief Justice of the United is leaking, just stop

States. t In here and let the experts offers tho maximum in
(Way (Eounty OrescentVH&T I don't believe impeachingEarl stop that leak for you be- you convenience and economy. A modern

Warren would do any fore a major overhaul Is .. bank auto loan starts easily runs smoothly costs! little.
I is SOOD TON cut COUNTY is COOS rod Till CDISCINT good I do believe the time has necessary.LARIIE'S. yt .
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DUNCAN GOLDTHWAITC CRONER.._tOiTOH AND PuSLllHtdTlUTHOIll come constitution to amend to curb the American the vast \ GET: OUK FIGURE 1IEFOBE: YOU BUYOR y;'
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hoses CUM Mavau Pus at Sun tare SPHIKO' FIOKIDAPUSUSHIO the federal courts.
EVMT THUIIDAV BY CRISCINT PU... INC. As It now stands, there Phone tS4llt
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HOWARD p. COOPER ___________ PUllOUT bureau whereat all politicians Green Ceve Springs
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I Clay County ServicemenAirman 1 -Expert Answers, Rose Questions;; Sanitation. Director Named Green Cove Socials 'I


Apprentice Charles mechanic In a unit that supports L Stresses Need for Proper Feeding
T. Msnhart CSN son o( Mr. the Strategic Air Command .

and Mrs. Walter D. Manhart, mission of keeping the
of Orange Park, U scheduled nation's intercontinental missiles The rote ls the moet popular flower In America-and,
unfortunately, the most frequent victim of Improper I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hickey Mrs. W i. Stripling has had
to return I
to Norfolk thin week and Jet bombers on constant L toi
care : and Mr. C. A. Baldree of as her guests Mr. and hire. L.
aboard the attack aircraft car alert.FRIDAY. ,desponding te requests from a number of rose tn.f' I Starke vialted in Avon Park on B. Daly of Jacksonville,'
rier USS America after a two Ihuxlastm' Hubert J. Fulton framlnologlat' at Heritage
month deployment to the Car. ; House Product,' his compiled a Hat of the quentions Tuesday to attend the funeralof
ibbean. NIGIIT DANCE he's most often asked regarding rose.. Here is Mr their eou ln. Lt. Col. Pow. The Rev and M)'.. J. R. Ola
l'ullon'liat.. together_.with his answers ell H. Skipper. diva leave today with their
The VFW Is sponsoring a
Operating out of Ouantan- 'teen-age dance at the VFW Q. J/y rotes pet left ./ sun I D--' leaves. As rose fanciers know theta children I for Cochrane, 4'...
amo Bay, the America under. i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sapp, Wlso. where they will visit
hall on Orange Avenue Friday and "water yet *till don't scene I the more leaves a plant develops )
went her first operational 1:3- I. h doing welt What mould the more blooMs it will headed the router of staffers M 't Onchea's! father the Rev.
readiness training and Inspect. night with dancing from : 6* wroitatA. ; bear. at the Given Cove Post Officeat E:. E. Draeger. Mr. Praeger Is-
ion since the commission to 12, it was announced this I find two common mistakes Q. Whtn should rom (s fed 0
was
United
thnlr annual picnic at Kingslcys a retired minister of the
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week. Music will be furnished being made by many rose A. It's not possible to give
ed In January. definitive} : Lake. Others included Brethren Church
by The Gremlins. enthusiasts and either one answer her since i :
: could be the culprit h.,.. One much depends on the type of Mr. and Mis. Marvin L. Raw -
I Is simply that roses are planted rose and the climate. The Heritage I I Mrs; ;:
Sylvester H. Franklin, son II ley Mr. and Mrs TalmaduaStuckvy Mr. and James Id.White .
too deep, often without any House rose food box contains II
of Mrs. EWe Fields of Green OLD TIME: REVIVAL SET allowance for settling. The second detailed feeding chart I Mr. and Mrs Francis : had as their .guests

Cove has been promoted to AT SPRING BANK CHURCH reason for rose failure is that's of great value. In general I HairU, City Commissioner and I their ion and daughter-la law

airman first class in the U. S. There will be an, old fashioned :improper or insufficient feed roses should be fed twice Mrs. Marlin HarrU, Mr. and Vtr. and Mrs. James M. Whit,
Air Force at Larson ing. Roses are heavy feedersand before the Drat blooming once Mrs. Charles Hurrls Mr. and Jr, and their three children.
AFB revival at Spring! Bank and ,
should be
fed a high-nutri after each once '
Wash. He 1s a Jet aircraft Baptist Church beginningJuly ent rose food rich In imosphorUS -. again in the lt l nft.nI: I Mrs. Karl Tucker Mr. and Ono grandson, Merritt Whit,
18, with services each to help the rose develop better to give roses a numberof Harry R. Rill!, former chief sanitarian of Covington. Mrs. James Glllis, Mr. and returned with his parent on

evening at 7.30: o'clock it was heavy sufficient system roots of to branches support its I or moderate two fttdinrethan one.. ,.., baa been named the county's first Sanitation Director. Mrs. law Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday The other two, Elizabeth
announced this week. The Hudle Bill and Sam Wells and Patricia White, are
prefer an 8-14-6 formula withan Q. Hew can / combat rice
Rlgg. native of Richmond Va. and a graduate of
speaker will be Walt Balliew. organic base. Whatever the btttbi and other insects' that a "Mayor" Alvin Buttle was among remaining as guests of their
CLAYTBXATU choice, the rose food should be tttatk my rolf.' William Mary College, did graduate work. at the University the missing. grandparents this week!
complete-that I.-on. that A. Insects can !be destroyedeither of Richmond.Prior .

DECOY REVIVAL contains nitrogen phosphorusand in the grub or adult Mr.:and Mrs. Slater Smith Mrs. A. B. Reid has had asher
potash I stage the former usually being to his service In Covlngten, he was supervltor *( spent the Mrs. H.
guest C. Stone
Green Oeve Bpttaga The Decay Baptist Church easier Since grabs generally July Fourth weekend of
will have their revival services live in the lawn areas adjoining 81N't'lalll..lth Services In IlllUborough County,.Fla. When at Vilano Beach. Jacksonville

Monday this Friday July 1J, with the Rev Jim product rose beds like I suggest Thros-In usinga -One he left Tampa, he says his family "never let me alone until I

Boa Office Open <:4S TM. Wooton as guest minister A which contains Chlordane to we got back here. Mr. and M .. John Bradley Among those who did not 1
son; service will begin at 7.30: kill beetle grubs in the lOlL spent the weekend at the answer their telephones and]
I Feature At 7 A t P-H. o'clock In the evening follow. For adult beetles and Insects, Rill told The Crescent b. wants to work with county Ponce de Leon Motor Lodge in may have been spending the'

Saturday aad Sunday ed by a sermon at .. such I recommend as ROM an and aerosol Flower spray Aid., and municipal officials or anyone else , In bringing St. Augustine. A dog.sitter week-end at points unknownwere

Centlaswo The revival will close on July which kills mites, beetles and ap the levels ef sanitation He expressed great satisfactionIn took care of the dog, that's : Mr and Mrs. M. Calvin
frem > PJM. 25 with homecoming. Picnic k other insects. This new-type how we know. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Green C.... current plans looking te construction ., a
aerosol contains both
dinner will be served on the pyre.thetas U Geiger, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
grounds at 1 o'clock. and rotenone so that it's sewage treatment and disposal plant. Admiral and Mrs. Chauncey Bayer, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. r
Wed, Than. A Fri. sure death to both the chewingand
July 7 I A' Irt sucking Insects. Mr. and Mrs. Rlggs have two daughters) Judy, II year Moore have had as their guest, Russell Jensen, Mr. and Mrs
loam It Q. Hew Hit I Wraei/y ('" Mill Helen of Hervey II. Robinson
Conway
Gary,
in 4uanit old| and Janet, II. They has.. rented a b.... In Green
vane re" Ind. Mrs. Moore reported she '
A. This is problem that
THE CRESCENT Q. I've t.wi.' aNHtiWr .f baffles even the a experts. Rath.rtha" Cove. had broken a "limb". What Mr. and NfL Burch Stumo

plant feeds en ..y nut anaaren't try to Identify the disease He succeeds Harold Reloa former county sanitarian with all the Victorian phraseology and their two children are vacationing .
SUBSCRIBE NOW I IBEWAJtE gttttn reatttf ..( /..- after it's all but destroyedyour I hereabout, we Inquired In Roanoke, Va. Mr. j
(' results/rew WkY f roses, Its wiser to pro.vent who recently resigned U more to Rallegh, N. c.Life .
ualx nr see which limb and what doctor Stump has told friends In
I A. Roses prefer slightly most fungus diseases by
acid soil of the type found Inmost regular spraying with Row set It. Mrs. Moore said It wastre Green Cove they would return ,
parts ef the country except and Flower Aid.: This newly. I limb, fractured in a aa soon as he could.. to drive.
for the so-called I "limebait" Introduced aerosol spray contains small tornado out there Aim Th Shenandoah Valley is noted

Set, July 1VRR Sumlll '. secret agenta, And yet many of oar 1'haltan, a The broad spectrum NEW WORLD a snake bit her dog and It cost for its heavy fogs.
most popular fertilizers are so fungicide. product I 1
heal, tan, are MUag U constituted that they cant release sprays a line, covering mist OF SCIENCE 118 to put the latter away: Joe--: : ,
parch year etnples.lea! Bat their nutrients properlyin and operates in both uprightand Mrs Neth and
never IMr1..e sell lOlL Heritage House, Inverted positions, allowing Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mur. Miss Leslie Rowe have beta \
WMkUH .U Oil the other hand hat formulated homeowners to spray the' Initiated Into the Green Cove I
U send Visiting
ready Its new rose food especially tops and the undersides, of rose Could Exist on Mars phy are friend (tor
.. Agent Ml .. ,..r rescue, for arid soils. In addi- I...... Unless leaves are covered relatives) In Dothan, Ala. chapter of the Order of the t
THE MOISA.V TRIO . tion,' it contains Iron In che- on both surfaces the roe Scientists Eastern Star.
licensed. I* bathe year thirsty hated form, needed by roses to Is not fully protected against Say Mr. and Mrs Walter Kelly
CRUZ develop healthy, deep green mildew, canker and black spot.
romplrikn with preclaascnoUtare TARUYTOWN, N.Y. (CFN-At) a UWntory her In expect to move Into one of trw Mr. and Mrs. George flungil

,-.rw.M DIMS! Dealt+w v. I Tarrytown, a group of scientists are coordinating existingknowledge houses at the Industrial Circle and children, Tuck, and David

Meet Rammer fare te far SASap Footnotes of the planets* with biological experiments to de.I I I (well whatdaya call its) next of Lexington, Kentucky,
a.n.dTOtNG with dally Molwn Trt I 'termlns if life la possible in outerspnce, I wel'k. The house Is being Va wen week, '.nd guest of Mr. j
DILLINGER" a With only earth) \hits and Bated by Mrs Janet MloMor and Mrs. A. D Duck. Mr. B.n-
Stan-lag Nick Adams Beauty treat! NOW . be. IN OLDEN days Mrvanta often \ environment to deal with, the and her family who will move gel Is a former coach at Clay
cause yea are a regular %I-Ivlane polished wood flows -Huting" scientists have developed a I
UeodwaN client the on them w,tfi feet er shoes I working laboratory which has Into a mobile home Th Kellyi high school and Is now on the
rapped In cloth to buff the was, I reproduced l the content, temperature I i house will\ b* occupied by Its couching staff at the Universityof
... A til.II MoUan Trie can be
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San, Tue
of the ,
and preseure Kentucky
..11'FOa own( the Peters, of Galnt. .
Jaly 11, IS, A II years far aly ft >l*i tian atmosphere..1t railed Vlllu.! -
A LIMITED TIME: ONLYAl Mare Simulator II (Mall).
Th Rev and Mrs. C if.
Mars ,it Ilk. a depleted I
la.t truly lovely, earth It I. dry and flat Its Mr. John Malone ham returned van d.r Mnaten bad as week

: natural locking' artificial atmosphere Is extremely thin to her home front Houston end guests, Mr and Mrs. Albeit .

RD. eye lashes! Curled In a gentU .earth's-about sea one le\el.fortieth Its air of contains the. M where site undeiwent Allen" of Phoonlx, Arliona.Mrs. .

sweep mad. ., the little oxygen and Its ( heart surgery performed by t>r. I Allen Is the ni..ce of Mr.

finest real haJrlery easy ti'r temperature ranges from 60 Michael DeUukey, the lamed van der MaaUn. .

-s n 4MOIIT U apply. s to,..TO,..degrees down to a deepf I I surgeon Who operated last

WALKER" Faahien's newest eesmaUn EipVrlmenlst results with spring on IU& II., the Puke of Mr. and Mrs. Aril Wheeler
Lf8CIO13 LACHES 't'dI'I" the MSII chamberdemonstrated Windsor. Jr., and eon Keith, of Melbourne
RebL Taylor Barbara StanwyckWed
. successful germ Florida, are spending
by llvtan \"* 4 ard Of 250 varieties, some
cleverly packaged with ap- ination. OJ'Ifor Mrs. Herman Reed. U .,p leoneS. llielr' vacation with their par.
60 required tie )
vive In low temperatures| that Ing week with her daughter ants, Mr and Mrs. Aril Wheeler -
A a
Than, Fri. ,lIcal.. stick carUftg red sprouting.
kill ,
would them
Jaly It, IS, U and eeeaplete liutroetlem FmST greet dowlopment In Trials with air grown plantsIn normally Mrs. James Williams, at Jupl. and Mr. and Mrs. T. 0.Porcine. .
noon can In centuries occurred Malt misled I that some \\'hat about animal life? The ,
Black .e Brawn $lfH. In Ills when chemists dwelopee survived for almost a year, cold r.slstsne.-low ory nprinelpl. ter. i ia' I'
Can *r write yor Vivian.Wedard 'liquid naiet that dried to a Conifer: *-pines and ....Jars- applied hero sjm.
!!MJ1UJJ! Cwwaluet Slwne sirtheut aufflng.NtWt showed a high' survival capability Neither freetsr% nor low oxp I
; : ; In the MSII. yen can be tolerated by the
KathW Bayer I Moa and humidity are eomlnonlf mealworm larval form of
,8Im IIIWIS/DM ? r N associated Yet mossand the beetle nut together they
. P. 0.D.a3U
... -- fungi, can actually reproduce permit survival.A .
PIt... tll-IUS It. under conditions of less turtle was placed In an)
moisture and oxygen than atmosphere with an air tires--
Mars appears to hare sure one tenth of sa levtl and l
R.vl.winbthe eiperlments low oxygen. Its behavior remalnwl -
; Union: Car- normal
., bile, scientists, on* ran fairly What may be the result from sb
.... .JIll' conclude that plant IK* Is pneIbl these I'nlnn Carbide eiperlments 1Mr.l Ik I
;
In the Martian I atmos ? First, we may b* nor
J>h.,.. the solution to the eternal
IT "breakthrough a A strange rtlatlonahlp between query I "Is there life rm th*
a wee c nlaM 4ng stemskwn low atmospheric 01"' ''nand other plsntts Secondly, we
( called -Bravo the jpsis
about the
fiwilng temperatures. was may learn more
"Invsibls" r.mce.lever ,....al'" In the operlmente.enlllnI origin of our solar system, of
all IIt M It keep $ grown In a saluted our earth ami, iwasibly, ef |Isle k
new even sftef a ef f.
a oxygen level were able to sur- Itself
gent itstfuog. KU9J1iiuiti1

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VtM Cliickvn 'runtOyatern
ALL CUrANDCO DON ON FRCMIIU
rf Jr"flmilll Priest Shrirnp| Fillet of .'fntlllll..rwltta
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30' LYlNATOR W .I7 leek n.W4 CkMawsl aM Pressed

New Electric Range with $'2N. Me Rites Ckarge Fee OI'KNINU: HI'KCIAL: TO GO !

A V7ZTK: FAST SERVICE f'ROft'I1JIfOO,

Urow-Away On linings O.VI.Y J $9.50
.A orErrREAKiMO !I'hons3 2HI$ KB!I .

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PAT'S HAIR FASHIONS i

-TV AND APPLIANCES CLEANING IS BUs-T IT. 0m Cove IprUag* PilOlOS Iuau.I ale,. It JIIonIa **.. Ar*. t>*en *r Cie.h, Bridge :

"We'll! Gladly Curl Up and lye for You" I* Ores Cv Ifrtage ir.er.re.a.

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I GCS Boy Dives For $60,000Continued 1,000 Clay Countians r 5 "

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( From Page 1) f these bits of history '
Frog transcripts of old doc .
words of Long John Silver'sparrot uments preserved in the Ar- Seen Affected by Farm 'R "I'I '

"Pieces of Eight", Is chives of the Indies in Spain '.'.
with Treasure Sal- Forme ;
working .
and from contemporary maps $ngpA Pat
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von, Inc., In two salvage and charts, Wagner slowly Labor Laws In CongressHearings , ,
shlp, "The Derelict", and 'The fitted together pieces of the : 1 r'
Dee Gee" off the coast of Se- puzzle. I II :

bastian Inlet, Just south of I A treasure fleet from Span- on legislation to I covered by minimum wage requirements I %"J'"f

Cape Kennedy. ish colonies in the New World give farm workers a minimum or the right to j etaalw7TE I,, ,
Last year the two companies set sail from Havana in 1110, wage and the' right to collect collective bargaining. Any such I ..4A,."

recovered close to $1.5 million bound'for the mother coun- tlve bargaining are scheduledto legislation might thus affect ,' ys .
of lost treasure off the coastof try. The fleet of 11 ships car get under way today before 1,000 persons In the county and r'
Fort Pierce. It was the ried gold and silver bullion the U. S. Senate subcommitteeon assuming three persons, on the Repistiis '

largest sunken treasure ever and coins minted in Mexico, migratory labor. average for each job holder.' Register Forms v. ,,.
found In the State. Promotersof Peru, and New Oranada (Colombia There are an estimated 300- Secretary of Labor Willard ,' ,
the hunt have to pay the ), indigo and cochineal, 350 farm workers in Clay Wlrtz,( tthe administration ,04 Ej

State 25 per cent of their find silks and porcelains from County who are not presently spokesman for four bills designed OF ""J ,
and It 1 Is all subject it is said, China, and other treasure. In to better the lot of SOURCE '.
to a capital gains tax of 29 the narrow Straits of Florida, YwwY". .,NNYIY.INNN' ,IYINIIwINYNNIY. farm workers, will be the lead- .,. I / ,"

per cent. just south of the jutting shoulder Accidents! Zero off witness before the subcommittee I i i' Continuous Form*' _- r'(
The largest tingle haul was of Cpae Canaveral, at two headed by Sen. Harrison ( I ,....
The county got through Williams (Dem., N. JI.) 1 '. ,
made on June 22 when divers o'clock In the morning of July
the week-end of the
long
brought up 10 large silver In- 31, 1715, a hurricane struck. In a speech In Californialast '
All but one of the eleven ships Fourth without a serious week, Secretary Wirtz said .

gots.The silver Ingots were about drove ashore or sank. mishap. "agricultural employment must BUSINESS r rI'
18 Inches in diameter, caked Today little remains of the The national toll was approximately be recognized .: departing .. t '

with a heavy coating of silver old vessels but a mass of ballast 550 persons from stubborn myths ., ,. as ", : 'I"
sulfide. Conkey and the other atones and burled, rotted killed. being essentially like other S'alesbook r ri rt ',.
Sheriff Jennings Murrhee
diver also recovered 13 gold timbers. Working in 15 to 30 kinds of employment \ ,
"four escudo" coins, about feet of water, Kip Wagner'sdivers said drivers in the county Wirtz called farm labor's exemption > +
were extraordinarily care- ,
half the size of a gold doub- and an associated group from labor laws "anachronistic"
ful and had high praise for .
loon, and several artifacts, including working under Mel Fisher, un- and a carry-over ,. ,: '
clay pottery musket cover the remains of the ships the record. His deputies and from the days when rural voters -
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state troopers handed out a .FO 'fI.
balls, and a sealed bottle with with high-pressure water jets ruled the political roost.
tootal of 44 tickets (See .
its contents intact. and dredging apparatus. The Besides a minimum wage i'
"Know The Law," 2). Mx
For generations beachcomb- salvors bring up not only a page and collective bargaining, the i ,a' 'WanifoJd Books i s
Meanwhile the Monday
era have sometimes picked up treasure in silver and gold and legislation deal with child
oddly shaped silver coins artifacts but also shed new holiday postponed the July labor, a better farm employ

pieces of eight and an occasional light on naval construction, meetings of both the Boardof ment service, and a national ; rI

gold doubloon on methods of navigation, and County Commissionersand advisory council on ,migratory
the School Board. Both I
this strand. While bulldozing Spain's commerce with her New labor.
$ INTHEf:
bodies will meet at 9 o'clock I Ir
the beaches for mineral! 18 World colonies In that long- In the past, these proposals) : '
morning.
next Monday
years ago, Wagner turned up gone era. have been opposed by farm and % ,
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"IN/IIINYNIN' 'IYINIIIIIINWWMWNIIIIYINIYNIIIYINIYININMRS ''' ' agricultural processing interests Guest ChecksNATION '

. Say You Rend It In TIIK CKKSCKNT WEBB NOW AT who argue they will raise
the farmers' costs, increase
T: U. OF F. WORKSHOP food prices and open the door t
11 M MI I 1 IM I,1 IMsI y
Mrs. Duke Webb, of Oreen to unionizing farm labor.
g
Cove, Is one of 36 teachers The Williams bill calls for
and school administrators $1 an hour the first year, II15
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from six states attending a the second year, and $1.25 the
,. HOMOGENIZED MIEN workshop In family finance at third year. +Togs
YlvnrstrarYet4tl PASTEURIZED MIEN X, r of Florida. labor has c ,
CS the University The secretary a
( 4' OCOIATE MILK 4
i 33 < Mrs. Webb Is a teacher at rule of thumb on what a mini
ItOis tZ IdiNIA91UED Wesconnett Elementary School mum wage of from (1.25 to ; -: f ,
FASPIONED ii
DESSERT N ,' $140 an hour would'' do to food {
The workshop, continuing prices.
A,
hf CR1ad Ia4pt, on
aye' a9+ 7 .' 3 E through July 30, la one of 17 A minimum wage for farm
offered by universities In the workers would raise the food
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United States in cooperationwith price only one penny and
1 PURE halt ORANGE JUICE rDLO the National Committeefor that means one penny a pound, NOW AVAILABLE

quar.31uart.,31'IE Education in Family Finance a dozen, a head or whateverthe
Each teacher in attendance usual measurement Is. I

BUTTE1ILNSNIM has been awarded a There are two exceptions, according .1 AT
IE lAllN scholarship\ defray part of to Wirtz. With strawberries -
his or her expenses. the price would go up j -
halt gal..4O' y Subject matter Includes 6 cents a pint and with asparagus '

l1 ; personal Income, budgeting, about 4 cents a pound. I THE CRESCENT

BAl FANONAtF I banking, consumer credit, If the price goes higher, Y.
renting and buying a home, Wlrts says, you can't blameIt
half
t ,
NNIPPINC CCUII I life insurance, Social Bceuilty, on rising labor co pensions, savings and Investments Farmers' representatives

1 IEMIM1D; :$1 :? I I personal taxes, villa dispute Wirtz' estimate and I, We Are Also Pleased To
('11Prr.AIE: rCRAPrNGE I and estates. warn prices will go much

I higher
CT I ssi/seal Four other farm worker
Little Js ,
I programs were put into the 'QIIII

( Caen Cuve filing Hig Itesults toT anti-poverty war. About 115
Springe I million was appropriated In Announce That We Now

I (5, I [ 'n s. Try! one and 1965 for housing, education, ,
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1 YsM1IJa.1l r results! child day-care and sanitation .......=
wy !X + I see your
', A3. i 1 1Af services for farm workers.



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Big summer deals Flower Wedding Line

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equals big savingsDo .

l yourself proud and save a bundle '
Featuring Thrco )Different I'nxvsv.
ar on top of the extra savings you make with .
9 S the auto excise tax cut In effect now. '
IfKUl.LAlt:(J LKTTKIUXO: (J
Drive a blg-pertormance'85 Rambler Take popular( ffJllt'tlil4H1olltllerings;

I In the luxury room,sporty extras. Then

(, .+ check the tree-swinging summer deals PHOTO LKTTKU1NU: : I .- iltganl' joining tcrift"
N letleriitysIKXUIXB
during Rambler's Swap 'N Qo Sale .
Terrific deals at the lowest pocesyet- -
AMERICAN-the Economy King, .end you go Rambler-solid, Rambler-sura (J : : (''Ol'l'l'UPI.\TI': ( : KX: ( .\VIXII /foil ;,??,/nfM fnyratinff .
come t*sporty**you want to mak* It-. and with ill the Rambler extra values, like "

+.t bucket, console, floor sticks Double-Safety Brakes, and more..Come on In,
and still save you plenty. The going great and the buys are

CLASSIC-new Inlermedlale-Sla RamblerIn ; the! greatest at your Rambler dealer now. ]let\UTII the:golden owm* of our magnificent This. catalog! U jour assurance that your wed-

sedans.convertible,wagon,optional vinyl-roof ')- \ will find it cay; to wlect from among dim imitation
t'utlogOU
!hardtop; performance option up to 327 Cu.. In.V-8. ,t.t..;; ye. imnnuiuiniviiU and other:

1e.r' ',: ; apocimoTH of the vK'pmt' f'lfI\l'f, Wwl- I'IIJC'' III .H-ca.ion printing will bo'both beautiful

1 ding Line social form . all vxmihtl: l under and in corrwt ta".t te. There are specimens of

the exacting btutulimh of craftsmanship, ItehaTI"l birth IIIUfI I-int.ms . liar Mitzvah

curacy nml Usinty that have carnal Kep-ury. and Confirmation invitation
. book match

a iiationwitle refutation for rxwlK'tut'. So perfoctly -. . f1Ikt, loaK" . lIalkin . t ('ailIng cards

do the fine Julia'rs and stjlos 'c\lnl'l"I1)t'<| 1' ealli"-; (-Hnl . ('('a,h'f14 .,. commencement -

each other each camplo N truly a work of art. nnrlou11eemeRt5
I rwC; . WwMinK drink stirrers|
Everything: is so clearly arranged that your thank' '* .
| > i.not . ,tJII"I1U . party invita-

election can IM made in a matter of moment t tioll" . and
m.im."
many more.





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FOR SALE FOR SALE LEGAL KOTirR LEGAL ]KOTICH&OTICK I Development Authority) Moves .

: Or TAX IALB
FOR' StEl Upright piano Tuned FOR SALE! 1955 4-doo NOTICE I3/H&nEBY/ GIVEN that the following described (Continued from Page 1) scarcely been completed when

to standard pitch. Ideal Plymouth food land will bo aolt at publla auction on the Ird day ot July A.U.
; the
I running ton.dltlolll IOU at th* City Hall. Keystone U'.I". County of Clay Stale of Woodcock company was per Florida Supreme Court Invalidated
practice piano S120.00. Call ; need paint) has tsts. Florida, to pay the amount" duo tor taxes heroin. et oppoalte the the revenue certificates

J84-M78. 7 1.21e earn, together with all penaltlee, and cot of auih sale l and adv.r. suaded to go ahead with the
May be
seen between 4 and 7 IKIBS. Bale to atari at U o'clock: neon building which was designed which were to have provided
P.m. dally at 224 U Middle Am. iit of
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funds for the
FOR SALE Doorrlpllva Owner. Ta... ('..'. to the specific needs of an building
<
) 0 Ford 4-door burg. Ave 7 Lot 111 II Blk. 14 naMith Kike 'U,.| plus ale Whether havlngr received
station wagon B-II-WSW-OD- Lot* II, Mi of 14 lick ID W. H. II.*} glue adv, Osprey Flu., plastics processor.
Lot I. lilk. SO Mr. l.HK.rZ.J.r. I.4: plus adv. However the building had payment in full for advances
PS. New Paint Job! 1.000 FOR SALE or RENT la Penney fart cf 41 PlnecMal Add. U U Peeler 4,SI plus adv. plus 8 per cent Interest Orr's
original miles. $425 cash. Farms. Two bedroom Marase, Flneorot Add lee Hill 1SIf plus a.'y.
Phone house
fart of1 Plnecreat Add Edgar: Habb 4,SI plu. adr. Interests will happily give up
AOTKU!
or SILK
GCS 284-9180 after I p.m. furnished. Lot 85' front by 150 Lot II' It Blk. I Sunrla the exclusive
14j& ,deep East Park Kndora': N. Oallanl I,U plu sdr Nrtlra la hereby given thatpurauanl agency at 25 percent
lte- 1.1,15 aide golf course Lot in Blk. 1 Bunrln Park I'Mllm Dunan .,.. plus .4Y. to a final Itairre ofrurtl remains to b* seen
Gan,*. Elwood Johnson GCS, Lot I. I Blk. t Hunrle *ur.* ent.r.d In cause Orr '
Park Harry B, told The Crescent IM
I Olma Irl plus adr. nuonh.r.d II.UC 111 the Cdr.re8
M FOR SALE Lat. model 1C Phone 284-6U2, Residence 30S Lot I Blk. 1 sunrise Park AMda C. oinuneBara aft plus adY. rourt! of Olay County, Dor. had worked"hand In glove"
fiberglass Magnolia GCS. 0. UoOonaldTa Ida I will cell th. properly. ..Uu.at. .
boat 75 h.p. John- (Oppoalt.1'arnMill
CLASSIFIED Collector ., with the Authority. II. refused
ADVERTISING RATES In Clay County, florid*, il.
u>n.. Biwl '..11... "11900r,.. II.. .*' ). i.ia-tf (.x0. Ir. It, .,.t ......lb.oI; ..1 to say what decision
would be
: 8 POINT TYPE: (This size fiberglass boa, 100 h.p Mere.ail |j>t Mn* ftl. niork Ten ((10. made with ).
type) First Insertion FOR RENT H TUB ('01 NTV Jl IM.KftCOIHr :\01'110) 01" ,\.rur.1'IU'II MK4IH\vniltKK' L'nlt N., I, respect to the eon.
up CARD OP THANKS and and trailer, $1585. Can be ; IM 4MI: rilM LAV Suit Thee IIKKUS. ; \: according' Vial recorded In tract except that It was not
to 30 words for $1.50, allover financed. St. Johns Mobile (;Ol''r1,011111'! ... .*..1.. ..... flat Book ". p.c.a II and 13, of
30 at Bo IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 FOR RENT One and two bedroom MI" N., tin NOT1CK HK1IKIIV!: GIVEN, the current public record of up to him.
word. Additional
per homes IM. Arrow from lichen In Ito: Eatat ft that aait.1. 1\1. Lea the rer Clav County Florida Asked If the decision would '
consecutive Insertions words for $1.60 all over 30 FuMnlllo..e. furnished apartment. KI'TII 11:. lUCHAnD8. of the fullowln orrtlfloato ha* at public .ialo to the hlsheat 11k.
on Highway It, lights and water included l>*ca...d.101'ICIII. filed said oertttlval.. for a tas and apt bidder for each., at too b* mad by the board of directors .
minimum of $120 allover at So word Green Cove I 411 front door of the Clay
; per Sprints. 7-f-2to TO CHRUITOR dd to b* laud tnrun. Thecarlilical County of either of his
corn-
Ferris ( .
30 words at 4o per Street Call 284-8581 or To all crodltor and all per.soma Rumberi and year of Courthoun In flr.1'r"
iMUanr, Dnrlnc. riorlda.' between II:0W: panics, h* said It would
284-8780 aitht baring cUlmt elr d.mande the doiiTlplloti of tics not. jII
FOR SALE 18e. S-bedroom 7-8-tlp A.M, and
word. Iron: P.M. on July II,
axalnit maid I Ut property, and lb. can". In which
refuted
*
LEGAL ADVERTISING mobile borne 8l7,Jj $115 down tea. and eseh' ;mou, are hm.b .It was ...*.," ar. as follows:; An 1551.tCOU1tT to name names.Other J
: FOR RENT Lane, 2-bedroom, notified. and required to pro.nt PertlfU-at* No. lit PEAL) members present were
11 POINT TYPE : Pint Insertion, $1.40 per and $SS month. Call 284-3151. anrambhrd house, $50 per .. any clalme and domandi Year. of laiuanco June t, A.D.Dearrlptlon OKOHOR' L. CARLISLE B. Bryan Jennings. J. P. hall
which or.Ith.r ot u.
7-t-lt you Clerk Circuit' Court
(This size type) First Inch; each additional Insertion month. AIN shady frailerspume have asalnit th* I. looma ; cf Prnnoptyl Fly Vivian II. Unhrn Jr., lien Zullner. D. W. Wilkinson .
i !wilt K.d KiCIIAItOll, d.ceaied Lrtit |* .* It ltklsaNood Ii l. I>.puty Cleric
insertion, up to 30 $ .80 per Inch: or as FOR SALE Mobile home, 160 available Pacetti' Flab I lau of CUT Ccunty Florida, to Ulnn, Section It Orange I i.'ito and J. I. Triplet, IK. I
Camp. Phone GCS 4-9294. the County Judge of Clay County, Park riorlda.
words for $3.00, all over required by Statute. Pacemaker, tally farniahed, 42 County Court,,.. It Oran Cove "' .m. In which a........: -
:30 at JOe per word. Additional i It', 1 bedroom, excellent eon 1.1..,* aprlnva, .Morlita. wllhll.1 1x M U 1 Itayln/ Hrlre.,
month from the date of the All of add properly bolnv In
| consecutive insertions dillon with or without 41' x 11 FOR RENT 3-room furnished tint publication: of this nolle the County of Clay, State el Exotic Rice Sparks Fish Fore
Each claim tr demand must bo 11'h'rhla
minimum of READING NOTICES: Per slumlaam awning USH.... I Apt., 108 West Street $5' a In writ' In* and mu.t atato the Unl..ueh oertlflral' or 1'*''''. r''" ,r1el
.
CaU 114-1100. River View Park, month Including. tllltle* ,_ piano at r.ald.nre and post-otflrs. that.* shall ha redeemed aoconl.Ins .
$2.40 all o\"erro wordsat line, 25o.DEADLINE. \ addrana of the claimant and must to law the propvrty dorlhd I ,, ,
; 3 miles north of Green Cove Phone .... i
GCS 284-3213. tfe h* .orl10 bv the claimant In auch rertlfk* acid
So per word. Spriags. on highway 17. at hla, ...nt. or hli attorney, or tu led hlaht.t .bidder at theouurt
FOR RENT It will become void according to hum. dear on tho tint
I Black Creek 7-8-lfc : I-room furnished law Monday In Auxunt. lead which y 'IrMj'J.. Y
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Per : Noon Tuesday cottage *n river For Informa* Karh: creditor almll deliver i.I the tnil' diiy of Aiisunt, 1551.
aurrirlont erplri tlr hit olalm to Paled thin, loch day u( June,
1 column Inch $1.40. No dUI preceding publication date FOR SALE OR TRADE Five tloa phone 284-3574. 2-lute enable th* County Jmlc to mall "Itfh

I room frame' how* oa lull on* to each personal r. ."nt*< itVt'IlT CICII.b
counts. of Thursday.
FOR RENTI 3-bedroom house U1..1. IKOKIIU I. CAHI.1HLK
aero lot two miles west .( td June 11 A n, IKS. I'Urk ft Circuit, Court of
1 14-14+1 14. +4444+4+ 1144II CCS, about f5% completed. 273 Bsysrd Street Call Marvin )f. IV Hartnian Clay County Klorlda.I
I, ,Tailor VA 4-1841. or VA 4. A* K>*< \TED TO BUT OR RE."iTII FOR SALE bedroom brick Home .Is almost aew. Will leD Will and Tritunirnl of -TII ;"IRoa'l1'-COC' NT "0"n.4. f
1127 8t Augustine. 7-8-tfe 1\1'1'11 10:. HICII,\ltrm, lied
drrn. S or J-bedreom home novae .n S lots 6V > US' each. on terms and help'get flnane- 1>......_4. 1 In COVNTT.CHANCBIIY' ri.oniuA

Green C*v. Springet .Within city limits en N. Bt Ing or will trade for property FOR RENT Tw bedroom Flrit puklhallun Gilt 1-H-IS '%.. till.,.-4'
S.I4-4ICP CIMUUITTK lh\VITT: ,
pnc. Park. Nerd not later John Avenue Will srO 'for or acreag la Alaehna c..t,. Tarnished house. Centrally - ( I'lamilff

end *f Aagwt. Writ Jibed or nfWBlsbed. For Information If Interested call Gainesville healed. 1400 Bonavrntor Asa iv (TIIW'01 N'r('01 iv\rr.\M n> run nun-* IISllt'f<: ra t'. llKwlTT.111

;' Box 87$. Green Con phone 284-1118 or FR I 3251 after 7 ..... mace Call 284-9581 day or CLAY t'Oi'T4nN111t. Defendant

284-9780 In Hot, Rutato' of _.._ "NOTICE' _or_ SPIT
6-l7 tfp WO. -3Ue 78JteiUYER'S nlfht 7.1-!lp
nap CHAIltxjTTk; I. XII'ltl.llOH'irii.,._ Tlire STATS, tir >'LOK1UA-TOt
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l..r........, "liS':"1' 0, IIKWITr.: Jll.Jim .
ftOTItH TO IHIOIIirnNS Sib Mireet. Apt. 4
HELP WANTEDMOTHERS All creditors of I he l;.tats of Mlihlta ralU, Trim
Cbarlott I. Muhlhofer.' d.caud YOU A lUG HkllKUT NOTlritu -
are h.r.by notified and r.qulrm1 : that a suit Ass been filed
GUIDE l YOU CAN EARN to file anv rUlin, or ,1.nanl., aialnat you In the above *n.
$30-$40 weekly No eiperleneeneceasary wick b .h., may have .*."n.t Idled woes and you are hereby Knife and fork travel, who bring foods of fsr away Unds to
sold eatat* In the cube required to serve plaintiff,
of Ih* upon their table
: rate Tibetan Rico U
w* train '08. Avon County Judt nf I"lar County" atturnay where name and /ilri. tops. artfully mingles Far Eastern
riorlda. In the, rourthoue. ., : appear h".o", your wrlllan d.. staplti-rice spiced with curry powder-and Western surpriseshomngenlted -*
Commellcs are In treat demand Qrren Cava Hprlnm, Klnrld, i l.ni.*. If any, to the bill of earn milk and sour cream, When milk's homoirtnlMrf.
NDInON1NG BEVERAGES PIANOS Write Mrs. Ovid Sweat ',0. within' all ralondnr. nmnlha teen Plaint' In said sell ropy of which every drop contains the same kinds and amounts of nutrients, eli

Bos 840 Uve Gal tla. .I.lta* of the this dale' "0.of....the. Kach:lint rlalm puli. ||or.*>ilnn demand or I. d.lh..d b.turs Au.to...you. A h.rewllh l I' Itu. r. with a smooth, rich taste Like sour cream Dark It Imparts those proteins *
mat he In wrliinv ami ltrm fall not or d.nro pro so Important to mtatless meals. ( seedless raisins and
HLBERGER SALES: WOllKt Excellent must elate Ih* pUc I cf roldenr pcnlxao will h* entered ...Ino' silvered almonds pique Tibetan Hire's creamy, nut-lik. Savor
PAUL'SAll QUAUTY PIANOS I and poetnrrira addrtii of Ik. you for the rllf rayed In the The Horden Kitchen coupled It with shrimp In the photo above,
opportunity for IIcmi.rl'tlrl rlalmant' and mint h. sworn to bill' nf romplmnt.TIIM but It's equally good with any flah.Tib .
RIGERATION by the claimant, him Saint, or NAI'tiUH I Or Shin SUIT
Now Oa Display man or woman to hi* attorney, or It will heroics nriN: rou IHVOHCK. *!** RUefAat's

Legal RevengrOpenIALb1AM. .. Rales. ,- Service, dill on lU8ncm! house 111 void Jun aorordln. Ia 1141Walter to law, sad WITNr.MH of aald. Inert my hand at dean and Cove the 4-4 aeelbpe.<

SERVICE EAST TERMS Mat. Muhlhafer riorhU.' 'Ihia' Slh dam of 1-1/9 cups homorentietl milk I teaspoons curry powder
Clay County art'/'. )I::1111.'''. I r.cerwicr. of the -."... C't July A U IMI. 1/3 cup dark seedless raisins 1 tensnoon salt
HART FVRMTfRE CO. Charlotte I. Mablh" .. IMKAl.tiinonnH I
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$!l tahlnpoons silvered 1-1/2 precooke.lalmunde
.dlee.alq. Hefrtanatwod tl Walnut rh.n.II''UI lies plus, liberal conimia IMocaad. ruit.tm.K., cups packaged rice
l.tl.lli'fwt. .I.rk ciroult f'nurt
.. ....I.. amrtoo Green Cove Springs, I.... f>!onM. Must have car Fullor ----- - |iv Vltlin II, Huhm, 2 teaipoons sugar 1 cup lour cream
i 8. Palmell Street fwtiutr ,
Daval County Lino 1111 drt-limo work. Inter. JKMVINUN: \ PlerN NollTllVAtu.rn.y : In medlum-slie saucepan combine milk, rsUlns, atmnnds, sugar, i
ome Phone 2S4-I7I* North of Orange Park REAL ESTATE CHURCH NOTICES for I'lninnrf curry powder and salt. tiring to a bull. Kfmuve from heal; stir
dness Phone tll- 5lt "ting odes, service wotk.Vrito Adlmcmi 1 In rice Cover end let stand ft mlnutoi. llluml In sour cream| lust
". I', n. Ilnt. .U Cintly l>a nat tail. Serve Immediately.
\ l to .Snll. CIIRMTIAV
fully trirNCE;
TWIN REALTY (learn (...ta IIpI"., Flnrlda.y' .
I.INCEAV BOATS / P.O. H..X A7K f'S! {If,e.' 1101 ET I' e-4lp

APPLIANCE UMn T. Xrth Cor. E. lloualon II. A I.l I
ii ii. 11 HI I Ir i MI MT or N. Magnolia Are
SERVICE INLET MARINAand Realtor 'I.'"% IIM Ml, KHIIIIlI RoADIIWNGEP
I .*.r.rr GREEN: : ('()\'! SPK1.VOSFLOniDA ;
6 RENTAL SALES
\'e Repair All Brand A.. **-TtWIUIFI.VK.NU '
I
Boatyard ft ACREAGE ft LOTS
|lirlclnc Clay CountyFor ; \ Jo.M: :'. Jsly 11Subjecli
Rliteen Tear MERCtRT: Residential Commercial' I'Lmnttv. .

me Park Ph. 284NOSlULLERTON'S SALES SERVICE: IndastrlalScrvlnf .lflfO JUSCA., III, I I'R.UUNT : J
Greater Clay CoejalyNotary 1..fendsbl 3 \( : ,
BOATSMOTORS'TRAILERVrt : *, I $
PakUefllOHE I u111.I or stir A cordial Invitation .U 'ttend- l .

\ A Dry Storage TDK NTAfK: (III' rUJUILlA. TO: ed .. attend our services. N t'l l

14 N. Orange AT*. Marine Ware JnM JUMKM. sit, p A TAM, CKO
Office 284-2881 I ll..ld.nre I 1'tiknownVUU t' I
en Cove Spts. 281-4044 u.s. iiicimAT 17 SOL'TIiOrange Home; IIt.11I1Onar. Alta ItfcllKUr NOTIKIEt + t i. $/ZIDNAA'ILVl4IA'7Nf
Thal a sit III" been tn.d. gai.mtI
Park Phone SO I-081S Are, i. at Bay 14.Gre i ,,, Is .11I: eboa sllll.d .'am.: FARM LOANS fv00DSISLOW
CNTLY0 I 5.4 hephy rsyui.4 IN MOVIMENrf. /TIII51Tr1NJ
Oovo S.eta ss ..n. W0..11 pla.tlrr. ...",..,
INSCRANCE I whose name sad a<.-.,.. ..pp.sr55f0(5. on MOTIONI.ISS
D ACCOUNTINGAND fPHOLHTrRT '.10" we t.5 ...,.".... S 1
If see. I' .11. bill ., eampldel, e TTMBEIlDAIRY fo4 10m PU/0DS OilTIMl
I. said' suit. e.pr at otieC I. lj nf NOPW"ITJ s
T0 1 d tlv' r4 I* TO* rlih.. oa orllrla e FARMS (
FRANK WM. OTTOSpecial
TAX SERVICE: A Z UPHOLSTER, : ; :.. July U. A.Ih 1501, e RANCHESPAHTTIME '"s NAI('$ inters.fATt ,411(1

fall aol or beta pro AND KMttY .
| 6f / DS S
Lisle Kenney Owner Agent 110 MimoSa Avenue | ...r..... win\ k* *air.d a.almt, o 41gb5
Ave. Oreen Love for tk. r..Jif' pared la Ik. 1 r fOLVNO7NfLCurfccI/DAs r
Orange Green Cov priag* "ill ., I
1.*. .. e wtlk FerooiComptet .I hntft I i ormiilalM.TIIK GENERAL PARMfl ? (( COMMON IN 7HI NOTH$ MST
TL 184-4711 Phone 114-1714 I Irt"RNrnmE NATfllK (r AID 8CIT: I.
.. Insurance Covers re HKIXll" rt>H '''YO..,.. I SiertOVf* LtNOTH 14 IS7AIL9
[ rsonnlizwl Service Lent Terms no ?Io.:
LXPK PmX AUTO I WITMDia"' :. my .bas.s.4 theeal /NCHI'S S W/N6SPA'tAD3 F'i
Ia.1ccountini CANVAS WORK *f aid f.",rl at <>.... CoveMorlnaa. penslty on rt.pt n&tEln.RU ..
HOUEOWNERS rinrld' tkle" tied day PROriGrgD sr L
|. ? &: Tax MORTOAOE LOANS BOAT TOPS I CUSHIONS: I .f J."e A. U. !.<*. (A'If) rr

Ifotnnio SLIPCOVERS MADE I 7
ISKAMirirtor ::
For It HOePTTALXZATION u """'.1",1:, RANK A11CMIATIOXof .
"New Furniture }, l.rli Clrmit, Court Oalaesfin ADl/LTjNAVlQIACK
nndn1! Firms' &: Phone Greesi COT 114-2S41 II,: VlrUa 11. Iham, \ BIRDS
with the OH Comfort. I I l..p fur n rk, AND Jt'HI7I'1A UI1
Individual Jackionrlll 111-UM Ern*.l J. J.roh*. 4110 R.W. Utb UtrettPnon FLORIDA
tr YOUNG &Xtt \\
C A. HfMMtL ;
i All"' ** far llalatlff.
AAAr.a, 171..... LACK 7JwNnl

l sues Umd r.nttan NILE DfUnKYVI. -- 1 ter law ,.'...a 11,1141. lJAK'K
J 1 J......,,,.*, rtorlda

Pont Tabs Less ______ 'dls j
IMIIY'SFLORIDA FLORIDA OAt.1l ANti FRiSIWATIR "S" COMMISSION! '
Whoa You Can Get The Ball (,
Morris - ..
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TRADERS .
BAXLEY TRIM SHOP
a Con Spring rtorldaI : ,

Palmer St.. TL ....me t.tI1bator MlevlU *n4 West Sta. : MADAM ROEERTS w

aoes g. Onuac) Assess Green COT Springs '

TL 364.3044re All Jersey Milk ,.,.... 11I1M1rPIIOLRTERT I' J I

.Parkdlnf Ucrnwd Palm. ResdrrRCADrRAMIADtltOR $

< lead TL 184-4tJ7 F. I
Cars A Furniture

.nnvillcindlnf 22 Tears Experience I, Ii you don"t trade

A CWBa .... HOME DELIVERYCALL J T
free EaUaaetr* :

TL 111.tt21 Ptck.fp Del..,, '

TRADE Df AXTTTUNO l/..>.4> of 181-1100 Wen Gs.nntedilRlvd'rfi I' Fi with us, we've both
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OP TALC Can help I ,*. with all affair .1 U'e.


I( E EQUIPMENT: n'R."nu 11I",1 J There are ao fofcleasa too great for Mr to hJp yet lost !

..I... t
AMERICAN AIR BASE rrRxrrcRC co. We 1191 the I

beat pie Job

OFFICE SUPPLY CO. n.. FWYSJfan(7erp.4Iad A..a.OMnpIfU .wt'so ea your prhltb*. SPECIAL READING $1.00 \'AN NESS: mm sow

Our service wtD
'Td' E. Jones Jr Owner Feeal.Ylsploss
n-e-.h M4.ET pleas you aMour AH readings ,rival* and *_n4 nlUI FRED DAVIS BUICK-PONTIAC

.44I8 price win be .
Specialist In J8C..t1IIe 7 ," (Jecae A... he... IU.'SU-UI.stU (fit
reasonable DAILY 8 A.M. .. 10 P. )I. -
Offk Supplies and

Offlc Equipment Try a CU-UVrd Ad CALL CO FOR ALL I nn Mills WITH Of IT ARK E Oil( HIGIIWAr 141t !

to TheCLATCOOTTT PRINTED MATTER *** Fr Th flf. Of Th Pba I

aspleu Una of Oreetttn CRESCEXTrortai

CLAT COWXTT C1ZElOITPbo. EVERYBODY WELCOME
Canto .lyeswIK r I

-IT Park at, Jackaonrfflr A._ .. 284-2184


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frAGE SIX County i Crescent THURSDAY;'JULY; iscs



I M' ,& Farms Deaths :

H..f'- Penney 'I {I7 Il A 1 fi\t mlJu. jAe

HERBERT D. MYERS, Pbnn S29-M31 AUBREY V.,CLENNANPrivate '
: nu KUOw
The preacher for the 10.15: brought with them, were rung. and family, Jeanne, Stephenand I services for Aubrey ; Le
J V. Olennan, brother of Pro T r rl n e riwyr tr d Gp 1re
o'clock services at Penney Twenty people participated Peter, on their way back i ,
Memorial Church, next Sun- in a stunt, "Bomb D IlS". to Miami, after a month of Luke Glenrian, 'of Green Cove, lie 14 e. '. -w.4tege Je'ee it women's By Jean. Consultant Klokead

day, will be the Rev. Basil R. Community singing included visiting and studying, in WashIngton I were 'held last,Friday in the tTl + Th Traveler Insurance

Truscott. songs of the states and "My D. C. and Chicago, Helm Funeral Home Chapttl Companies

Intercessory prayer meeting Country Tie of Thee". stopped to see Mrs. Stephen The Rev. Robert' J Sudlow, Teen-age Drivers
1 in the lecture room at 9:30: A. L. Kisor. Mr. Whang's father, former rector of St. Mary's For most mothers, the day on
1 M. next Friday The Rev. George P. Howaid Dr. Andrew Whang, Is the Episcopal Church, officiated which her youngster gets his
driver's license is
a day of mixed
writes from Nlagara-on-thc- "Voice of America to Korea"In Mr, Glennan, a year-old k"qd feeling. Thfy're proud,of course,
The MHC picnic was held'in Lake, Ontario: "Greetings! We Washington. marine engineer, died Thursday ep y. but mothers beInjf -

Pine Park Holiday to celebrate have had a small family reun at' a Lake City hqipltal. Ha was mothers,
Independence Day. Approximately ion here at our eldest chwh Dr. and Mrs. A David Thee a veteran of World War IL of there eliminating it no way

83 sat down to enjoy ter's home. Only 10 of us, but lor have had as their guests Besides his brother, he leavesa O their' anxiety

the fellowship after a blessing all talking at once Our ton, Mr and Mrs. Ira Angstadt and daughter, Vickie Olennan, of eo m p1.tiIy.
given by the Rev. Charles O William, returned to Argentina their son, Bryan, who are next Jacksonville. They may feel

and we have letters from our door neighbors of the Thaeler's Cremation followed the cervices 5 zr..ur.d.however by.,
Cole.The
Rev. Roger Gupt ]ll), as youngest daughter, Aileen, In daughter, Mis. Mary Mowrerin Helm Funeral Home was some new fact that are emerge

chairman, was in charge: of a South Africa. Our eldest son Bethlehem, Pa in charge of arrangements.MRS. lag about J.utb : .
has been The Angstadts to Flo- /IvA'e 1 a healthy
program which included the sent by the United came r respect for the appropriate authority -
pledge of allegiance to the Nations to Santo Domingo and rida on vacation and left Pen- CLiFTON BENNETT in other area bar been

American flag. we have heard from him Mrs. ney Farms to go to DtLard Services for Mrs. Elizabeth found to drive with respect for

The Rev. Clifford Hlgbee Howard and I hope to get early this week. Christine Glass! Bennett wife the law. And gain, you thelraxperfenca can help yourteenagen

read a poem "The Liberty back to Penney Farms by the Mr. Angstadt Is public relations Of Clifton Bennett, of Green by letting them drive only during-

Bell", after which the freedom middle of July. director of the Muh- Cove, were held at Hickory sways in good weather
bells, which ,the individuals Mr and Mrs. Sang Whang lenberg Medical Center of Grove Baptist Church on Mon -and. in a wU malntalneCcar. ;

Bethlehem, Pa. day.- Studies show: that emotional

I I Mrs. Bennett, 47 years old, Joseph Benedict, general manager ef Taylor Mobil Home, Inc. displays hit new SS- factor loom. large .aa the true.
The Rev. ClarenceA. of moat
AUTOMATE YOUR FARM and Mrs. cause young people's serious
Miller have returned to I died suddenly at her home on foot-runabout to his new neighbor, John Ha IL Mr. and Mrs Benedict bar purchased the accidents If w* are close
i Friday. Susan Drive home of John Picclolo. As to boa t ownership there .Is some hope the Benedict enough to, our children to feel
their summer home in Lakeside I Besides her husband, she will be luckier than Carl Bennett. Florida die triet direct pipe sale manager for JohesManvill their heartache, we can in the
A PGA.INTERMEDIATE O. from Meadvllle, Pa., gentlest way dissuade them from
WITH where they attended the BOth leaves her stepfather and Corp. who was transwrrred to Arltona. something like 14 hour after he had driving when they are troublad.
mother. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. purchased a similar boat. And: ,her is another important
observance of Mr.
anniversary Haygood of Miami; a brother, -- thing for,parent to remember
Miller's graduation from Allegheny Hugh Glass, now on duty in gl mlllimll lllqlqlqqllllpiIINTING llmllllllm llllIIlllrnllllmlillJmlm when there s a teen-age driver la.
TERM LOAN College On their way Vcrnon theft th. family certain insurance
Korea; and a sister, Mrs Eva ..
? back to Lakeside the Millers plan give lower rated to graduate
Silver, of Miami. of accredited driver education '
up to ; visited their son, David, and The Rev. A. D. Martin: pas- KEEP FREEDOM TRYASMAILADFOR courses and to young drivers
his family, in Barberton, O. ,' who have aafe-drlviar record
toor of the church assisted
7 to by IN VOUR FUTURE-
.
years repay North East Ohio Conference For example The Traveler offer
the Rev. Jack Hall, officiated BUY as. SWINGS such plan where permitted
had attendance of 1400
an at the services. BONDS/ by state law*.
Get the "cash" you need to f ministerial! and lay delegates Pall bearers were: Monroe B* especially careful to cheek

make soot operation as with many more people who I Wilbur, Jr., Claude Bennett, your policies with your Insurance
able as possible by pros were not there in any official agent when you move from one*
at simple interest Joe Hunter, Edgar Starling Arthur area to another. There may be a
capacity. For the first time
from PCA. Get the Wilbur, Jr., and James better plan for you in your new
money the Lexington (Negro) Conference I Carter. BIG RESULTS territory as Insurance premiums
need from PCA
you from locus to locale.
was with the vary
etjort you shop. Integrated Burial was in Hickory Grove CALL THE CRESCENT
regular conference. The negroes cemetery Helm Funeral Home

were accepted very graciously was In charge of arrangements THIS 18 YOUR
Northeast Production Credit and everything went VSPACETRACK
smoothly. N. Y. after two days travel o '
PHONE 284-3166
Association 169 Edgewood Avenue S, safe and well. Mri. Teed was : &\ [p Woo a SYSTEM

U| Main Street, Palatka Jacksonville Mrs. Ono B. Coons has ar an excellent companion and \

Tel KA 5-SS8S Tel EV 4-II41 rived at her home in Shokan, took a bus on to Albany mmlllllllmllllmlllmllllmllllllllllllIlImm! immmllmlll' 1 THI SMCaT PfcTCCTCN ANPTAC10Na sBttTOkfemBttd- '

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AMERICAN AIR DEFENSE COMMANP TO.PtrrCCT '
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INFOIWATION ON ALL
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MAINTAINS COMTlNUALLVUPCA"SO '
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I wrtTWINES THE CEBITS or 6PACX oejecn

.'...,, (...rmilrr4. M.. AND KEEPS A SCWiPuia OP THE4R POSITIONS
(.... Il.... .r tilt*. at".. IN SPACI AT CCCULAR INTERVAL*.
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Time to save-a bundle your Plymouth Dealer'son M YM'GMW-

A ( ISCA 'R/lll ,WOl1tfAl It1Ylt

a big plush low-priced Plymouth Fury.

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I FOOD POISONING .
STILL OCCURS

Many! people art still being
i, poisoned by bacteria in food SUMMER DAYS
However, the bacteria r.i

usually the ptomain type ai ociatcj -

ol which with people decomposed have often food ARE FAMILY DAYS !

W' complained in (former yurv
'
Li .. r The two mam type of tat-
rr..NM'A
"ir"ir..w...::rtr-r':rr ': :w iatrLr.rMM .
torte whICh cause 'food poisoning Mother waaU to.fiijoy thfdQ l cnutiful Sum-
the staphylococcu and
the art salmonella The group al mar days, jet the family must ('atf!
A bacteria. known as slaphyloccx
; ci thrive at room temperature Why not make it a habit to dine here often to

in certain foods, cuprciaily Mom have comp extra care-free work
meats and custard or cream may ,
pattrits. Illness from eons free slays t
food conlamsnc. such bacteria
usually appear within two t. The whole family will enjoy itt! Come visit
: lour hours with nausea vomitmi. I
diarrhea, cramp and prostration. UN often.
i Such illness is aclt.mhesl :
anti fit" acute tymptvms 1
tail only a few hoar
I The salmonella organisms are '
CLAY
1 usually spread by eating food THANK YOU, COUNTY
contaminated with human or 'I

; '6$ PLYMOUTH FURY . animal become waste contaminated Ote durtn meats 1 t . fe* the w.o4etf.l rr..en>e Tl kayo ..... U ear

:' Hottest-telling Fury In Plymouth history. .. slaughtering. able other foods foal aM causes, a*>4 taw saay eceagJasBeoUry evtmaxaitowitlk

Big and plush, yet still solidly In the low-price field.NOW. . rt .... ."... art often mlected' by improper 1 whlcBi y" kayo fevered M. T. were you rre. ketter.ve .

.< .Ii'l'. ,,., handling ol during preparation orhecausr ar. sw . .
t. fl>>"lam''allOft.illl
4f' T'.- the waste of' rodents or boos,- I'

\ \ -' \ hold pet*. That there is amore CHANGING OUR HOURS11A.M.T010P.M
SKknci
; caused by food
: :;
\ .. J' pmsontni serins ss due to Ihs .
fart that these Urtrr a can be
[ killed by thorough cooking' :
and mot loot carrying; thepOMitnM ,
i ol infect 011 hart to
he- tanked ALSO 8rnIac Free Catfish with n*..hMrpln

Dealiri Man at PlymoutUand Prevention* of p Otrclita of fool; food poUutingconsist from
gee Your contrmination bv food handler SPECIAL LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS
and by ,proper refrigeration' and
.
l thorough coking. hose outhreiks
1 of fond pa.nnbs i are dot
r. { rurrr/.nvaD./VAUArn/UltflACV04 to caretesunesa after the font b RALPH sad EOWtXA TAatBKAT. Owawn
; '' 1, ''I,\ ., CHIW'RUR' .purchased while it t* kept 'in
.
0 .
:,'atfl Aaaas.asoslovslsw. uMllll II I the kitchen er storeroom or :
whle n in Ming prepared lot I River View Restaurant
serving_ A clkitchen, mfec- I
: tton-fret handler! and. adeiuairefmrerytton .
l [Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. food rouon'nj.11.1.I tafrguaHtfairs < I I Ofiilesltsia; B**. peek em nkwmr 17QUaU




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For Weekend Coffees Treasure Ho! Service
Put Away Florida Public Comm.

Winter's Cares I

It's by time Poly/to Clean/trade your' Hits Illegal Truck Operators:

":arm winter garments for
frocks more suitable for The Florida Public Service don but who are required to the things we bU1.Commllslon."
ve? we A +' Spring. But while you get set (formerly Public Utilities) Com register with the Florida Com Tie consists of
b don )6ur light, bright, mission la hitting hard in Its mission.
:: crlsp-as-a-clenr-day clothes: campaign to drive entirelyfrom However, there usually are a Mayo, Chairman Edwin L.
don t forget that your winter Mason and Commissioner Jerry
: .
'd the State the illegal truck
things should be cleaned and large number of truckers haulIng
stored now no they'll be operator who enjoy all of the household goods, feeds, and W. Carter,
ready for use again next advantages of the Statewith- building materials, Mayo said,
3 ear. out paying for any of them. who are violation of state

month The hot'arethe During April, the last month laws and regulations. BIONDII ChlTWS < Yoaeg
time when for which complete statisticsare Mayo' appealed to shippersand
moths feast available, Commission law the publlo to cooperate
on unproUc- enforcement personnel made I with the staff of field Investigators 6REATBfiT
\ ted beat woolens.The ; 221 arrests, and placed 122,183 In the Interest of safer CONTRIBUTION YOU
t.'etI pro.o natalnst In appearance bond In the traffic conditions, and lower AND I CAN MAKE TO
bk. erne from the sophisticated eareer adults and Ue-youngBtriede Insect hands of county courts. costs of shipping CUR COUNTRY'S
-invite friends for Saturday e tree..Us a pleasant wayr damage ls to FUTURB IS TO
| men and women to enjoy engaging conversation aid perhape have your Of the total, 137 arrest were "Both safety and illegal operator BUY U. S.SAVIN3S
e folk ei glg.A simple\ homebaked treat served with cupi of Five County amateur sailors and treasure hunters Including clothes spot on charges of operating without enforcement tend to BON09I
!ant tut aa hut.American style, will please all. The
aming them
ee. prepared with premium blended I Instant. a coffee, .has) two doctors and their two teenage none, sit outlast lessly clean. before you. put proper state authority, and bring rates down." Mayo said,
erb cone* flavor to appeal to alL weekend In the f l>fet schooner Comrade U seek a\\'ay Self-service dry cleaning.'estsblishments. 63 were for improper Identification pointing out that transportation
Ba.w N.I Bread Eighteenth century lest treasure U waters eft the Bahama like RCA Whirl. another type of illicit costs art a Urge factorIn
1/2 'cops sifted all.purpose er *, "'.....rew ..ullo.... 18 year old. (above) and his pool-equipped Poly Clean On- activity by truckers the retail coat of almost
Us.crreccon= ten time, and the
flow ted frown father Dr. William A. Mallo... were among the crew ., I, life,of save c othe.money. The self The remaining 39 arrests every item found on sale In
-1/2 teaspoons double-acting; .orange' Juice five who left Mayport .. Saturday for a twe-week voyage'U service your machines in these c n.ters were for violation of state safe every store,
J tl4 teaspoon baking powder salt -'1/3 lgg cup.hOrtltnlncmetttd 12/3 cup firmly packed and slightly cooled Ed Braren and Bob. rarrln, I both ., Jacksonville. 12.00.than Almost an hour anything for about that Illegal truckers take goes far beyond its effect on
light brown sugar 1/4 cup coarsely chopped raft be dryeleaned commercially business away from the honest the freight rates only the
2.cups mashed erlsp oat bananat flakesI nuts csn be safely cleaned In these operators," Commissioner Wll Commissioner said. "' h e y
cup machines. Fabrics come out of
t!flour baking powder,stipend sager Into howl Add remain the machines practically wrinkle ham T. Mayo said In releasing reach Into every budget, every
ingredients. Blend just until flour la dampened. Pour Into a .free and need little or no I the April report" and by depriving pocketbook, and every bank
rab-Inch loaf pan.Bak.at ISO for 60 to 65 mlnutea. Ironing. I them of'business for account, through the prices of .eyowMw.a."u
used about 10 minutes; then turn out onto rack to finish Now that your winter favor which they have paid licensesto ------.
lling. For best results, wrap-bread in wax p.per.and store 12 lies are clean, store them away
frt or overnight before using., for the first snowfall Until handle, reduce their Income,
then turn your << -and and cause rates to be higher
tablespoons premium F.Ik'SIne" CoffeeS 4 cups hot milk your w.rdrobe-to Spring, than they would be If the 'gray Don Pool'sCOIN
blended instant coffee Unsweetened whipped mArket' tralflo could bo stop-
cream pod. COIN tAUNDBTrabaette

ft Instant coffee' In heatproof pitcher or other utensil wlik I Investigators In seven die A Oeoetea, Green. Cm
|ring spout. Add hot milk and stir until dissolved Sweeten U FORTE Bud SogandorfBUY trlct offices are under InstructioN -
e. Top each serving with about a teaspeon.whipped treaDle Open 14 IIouu Beery Day
to bring the full fares of
S
I1 quart or servings.
rhfloe-BondU Maehlaes
.. .. State law to beer on theta
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Double Radar lie It-La. Mngfc Leadet SSe
U.S,SAVIN55BONPSTO -
truckers who flout the law at
raft IN
the expense of the public" DrJI
4 tt. wide1)oeks Mayo said.Besides KTUTBODT WsOOOlOttJohn'sRadio&TV'
__._.__...__ from $.tro ft. UNDERWRITE making 20 arrests .
YOUR COUNTRYMIGHT
Double Planked for safety violations, Mayo said, MI lutgIrUIHil1nglifhfNGIINIm10hiIMu61MIpmB2nliWIMIlil

( Bulkheads ._....._ from f*.50 ft. ; bringing the total for the year
to foe, the Commission's staff
Lumber Mike llardln. IS. (above) and his father, Dr Thomas F.Ilardla In April ordered 349 vehicles
(Marine. Pressure Treated ) .
together with Cas-U. Bill Dennett. a retired ship off the, highways as unsafe
1 &; Lawn Sand ___._ ,$3.50 &; sjfl 00 Load captain, make up the complement of the crew. The boat and Issued 14S8 safety citations RCA -it- ZKNITII
bas commercial diving equipment aboard. and divers willaeek ordering corrective action to
sins and artifact let when a Spanish. v*.*el, sunk equipment defects not serious AMANA NOIIOU APPLIANCES
K. Boe Inc. In lb.water In ITU. The voyagers are due tack next week.: ce.w enough to warrant the filingof -
charges. Experienced Strt' c On All/ Stakes 6<< hoists
284-3338 The Illegal operators, Mayo IERVINO CLAY COUNTY OVBH It TBAM
L JfI WA\\ I .said usually are found to be - -
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; truckers hauling commodities 24 Wed Walnut Street Green Cove Springs
exempt from regulation by the I Phono 284-3122
_jM jurnotm jrwu 19 vn THBMSCUES\ e..4wr V,w Interstate Commerce Commis I mmsmammsalam

0 rVe lnTstorfiito t r4 t
*P$ u( tsar Im sat

SEYOflATEchie's T y } ACCI6INT


alloltpmlgc Rent?
e'er1 FROM Why Pay
Hit INJUSV MDMlKTU' IsM SSJMKTUttNlM
I rem y TO Ills TKDCKIM9 JOS

an t. %WNprwL hit
APPUO rot wi AT 6000WILIwrrinv
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lu Nl coat'lacer iw
\ % von re T.1ar,
IN :; ; Mounn MKATTITUCI rt
\ AND AUUW HAD

1"I ('IMreov10sorgmenrtote aelavMLNT IN A C.MgWMCo
ORANGEOALEWhere ,J p.NvS MINT tMoe
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The Detl People Med -

NOWOPEN.
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Budget-priced FRIGIDAIRE MOBILE HOUSING LOTS
,' .
IVr s a new dining ex

Electri clean Oren periMKt for our many
Huge
frl r4* who>> are already

acquainted with our popular WATERFRONT INSIDE MOBILE I
,
Ifun,..
t We are now offering .

a InS restaurant and LOTS LOTS HOMES

lounge series our tea' ,
Uurant srrlce beginning
\ M-CLKANI at 4:M o'daxk each af. eA C mal IIMSJ> VTEBI: 1ULN nUCM NOW'

54 II Urocon. Now $1495 CASH NOW $545 CAIU AT $1495 :

CLEAN
I I

aag SU Spec I4iKin9 lit (Lot and Mo'>ile Horn run U' financed toKiUr with Small Down Payment t)
>!,Mlllrt/

craw Steaks and Seafood
FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
3 DAYS ONLY ;


r RESTAURANT: HOUBSi 4 P.M. to 10:30 .. JULY I 9 .10 .11 ,I

o 0.we4saMib. od even the 0esn. fm and LOUNGK HOURSi ALL DAY ,
cooking unit drip bo 1s-aa etectrlcafy-cnds Follow (the signs i to office in Model, Mobile Home. Halraiwn on the grounds Financing Im.mediately .
tinsonw scmtbinc and tcourinffo
CMsVMasttf. astral ,start row you can eat with the friends you moot at the available! Act NOW!

stops evtfl' automaticany.bitfamily % Ixt s EAt ReaUtmnt aol Lounge.Pborw .

e ='g ::; r $359.95

seed man large.. ", 24.!9105Let's ) ( ST. JOHNS HARBORTurn

Slant& ttartft driver for _
pots and pans. n.;' T.Un.STand off Hirjr. 11 at JJottwitk, about 10 miles south of Green Core

Eat t LOUNUK: e,$ Springs, and go to the river

I'JIOXK: 21j.-3Ullor appointment .\ or addlUonaJlntormaUonLVRSY
IROWN HARDWARE n.,. 17 ..... *f tusk crick find,.

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Cay( Olouuf y (Crescent TB17ESDAT, JULY ,'INS
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INSTALLATION dORAL i SNAKE DISPLAYEDA SALE A VICTORY
JOINT Readers Unlimited.The Super-Right" Western
',' I FBA SET NEXT MONDAY MITCHELL'S SEAFOODA (Continued from Page 1) SAVE ON STOREWIDE LOW PRICES
I There will be a Joint Installation 15-Inch coral make was Zellner voting ..1..". At that BEEF CHUCK
EVERY WEEK! BIG WEEKEND SPECIALS TOO!
I Of officers of Branch killed on Tuesday at Oak and time, the majority of the Commission ,
i and Unit 98, Fleet Reserve Palmetto streets in Oreen took the view that the
a Association, at the club house Cove purchaser would not specifically ROSTATAP
\
i 1 on Highway 16 on Monday I The decapitated snake was commit himself on develop Put Your
night, July 12, beginning at 7 taken to Mitchell's Seafood ment of the property.
; \ o'clock, It was announced this Market and Eleanor StalUngs Several weeks ago, the State Stnare
week. rpIti1NTtN I. called The Cretcent moved into the picture and Cat 48c
"We have a 19.foot coral requested the City to recon MItINEYi I Boin
.-or. 1 I snake here," she said rd ,- .'. alder the matter. At two I LB.
t She asked that the very meetings of the' Commission,
pretty and deadly snake be since then, resolutions were
, I removed. passed authorizing the City Super-Bight" Western

I It was.SHOP. Manager to reopen negotiations I I BEEF SWISSSTEAK
and, further, in effect, accepting ,
CALL THE CRESCENT I HOME FIRST Reynolds' proposals of
ar
last summer.

As accepted this week, the GET PLENTY OF WORTHWILE GIFTS TOO!
{ agreement calls for a $150,000 ,
ON down payment and a 11-year
The County library system' summer reading club has .
\ promissory note, bearing Interest Save
,. * already enrolled approximately: 250 youngster, accordingto at ..2 per cent, In the Boneless 88c
\
THESE Frederick Andrew, County librarian. Andrews (right amount 'of $775,000.The ,. PLAIDSTAMPS 1) LB.Ca .
-ftil-tt background) is shown above Instructing some of the members agreement stipulatesthat
In what books are available. A member takes out a the "total of the pay.
TREMENDOUSWeekEnd menu to be made . shall be ;
book and when he (or she) returns It, asks that it be equal to total amounts of principal ,'.John's. Frvscn

interest and bond reserve BREADEDSHRIMP
account payment that the seller
Specials is resuired to make to the

Florida Nalonal Bank, as agent,
under the terms of the Water
and Electric Hevenue Certlil-
ISOPROPHYL HUDNUT M cates" Issued to purchase the
property! t

ALCOHOL EGG SHAMPOO loua, in effect, Reynolds la rag. 65cMorton's
picking up the full amortization

(Limit 2)) $1.10 Value- l6-oz ot the revenue certillcates.
Reynolds lurther agreed to
PINT 15 69ft buy electric! power from the Quick Frozen .-.-. Pkg. Crt )1. 'i-\M(

City "at rates no greater than POT PIES- 5 FOR 89;. s-. f.I.: Z2tifyOur
$1.00 Value Push Button those charged for similar con ,. i .._
sumption by the City 01 Jacksonville Own "'.Ib ttfi fgI
.. .. pksae
,
to industrial Tea
HENNEN t DEODORANT 79f consum "Svper-Rlfht" Freshly
ers" Coupon *ood thru July II

credited to his. reading+ ,.chart. At the end of the summer, He will also "maintain and GROUND BEEF 5 PKO. 51 ,95 a......-5 lAx.. '.io.es.................
$1.50alue -- MrUley operate the golf course, and
numbers will receive diploma indicating the number of
LILAC SOAP, 3 BARS 69< books read. Members or the club attended a party at Green "if expand the It purchaser to an 18.hole determines course "Snper-Rlght" Fine Quality '" ''p Ip

Cove's library last week (grape flavored Kool-ald and rookies such expansion will be proiit-' CUBED STEAKSLR.. 98t Ann.F" I
$125 Value \UlsKy French Lilac ) to hear about what can or cannot be read In the program able." iN
(anything on the shelve goes), Approximately 125 At the meeting Tuesday 2!,Coupon JAX rood T-l thriTJuly..ltteMint U
69 All Flavors Yukon Club Reg. or Low Csl.
BUBBLE BATH .
night, City Manager Zellner eeN.M.1.e Ne..eM
, ,
members > and Home who weren't attended the ". .
Will the eoimnismoner that -
BEVERAGES -15 "SUM t.PIAiC.
.
99o Value Lanolin Plus party toal revenues from the property J .. "
through , .
May amounted

HAIR SPRAY. 69f to (10Jlylaa. m ,the sume ARP Brand Fresh 10-os. Jar 2 Ann Par. / l ;:;.
COIN EY period, the City has paid out I LeHle axle fprf.
,,1 '! $60,18185 in amortization of INSTANT COFFEE I $1.09 ,:
980 Value 18.01. Size Hudnut I I .
the revenue certmcatea and .. ..-...#.... -Ne ems

CREAM RINSE. EJc TIRESERVICE another $,1I4".31 in
ance and other co.....malnten.j W 2SJX1R* TESXSnnnyflcld
PLAID
ter inure Includes FrosenWAFFLES .. .
.
,.
Sixes 5 to 12 $1.39 Value, Red, White\ ; Blue $1UUUO .--- SUM"
$ to the lave U. _
.
ij1 Poe Yen_er Cl<
who lent the City $7 0uu0 to V11iAas! a ahe...
CHILDREN'S SNEAKERS 83c Jacksonville ::: ; :
Cor. Park A King 1 purchase the property, and attorneys -I : N.N/N''4 July 11
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w Phone EV 9-S027 or EV 4-C49I fees totaling approximately rea e_
Roll-on Revlon $13,000, including legal
1 l "h/
I ** fees connected with acquisitionof . *>..*.
ODOHONODEODORANT HI & DRYDEODORANT I tub property And other feet! ...... .(
-1.ls.: Incurred la the City defer 3 5.oa. 25c I.. 1..tall

1 of a string of lawsuits broughtin PO" .' ea, B.
the name of a Uraen Cove : :
Silo Value $235: Value I IIi Thom the smallest to the LARGEST! resident, another man who U A..m.rr"v'
a landowner In the City and a
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49cb $1.35 Distributor Miller Tires Autolito Batteries third who once did bmlncM' lit -
Sweet. Juicy Seedless large C'rl-P iceberg
I the City Prosecution of the "
. I LB. HEAD
I The Walgrt'en Agency CAPPINa : nETREAinNa suits against the city were laid
REPAIRING to have been financed by

J and In- other GRAPES -295{ LETTUCE15
Mayhugh Drug Store I For these reasons, the pro- rt:'
OHANOn I'ATIK putty Will declared surplus. -
I In the lengthy discussion,
I PRES CIUrTlO\ SPECIALISTS Sinclair Station Road Service II I Commissioner Warwick Kenney -

t Phone 281-5111 14 N Magnolia 195 U. S. highway 17 Phone 2II-C431 I raised the question that Urge firm Ripe LB. Fresh Green LB.PEACHES1 .
,4\
II a 1947 resolution of the Com- "
I mission made It incumbent upon Oc CABBAGE 1
1'' tr them that a decision on UM I
proposal await a second read-.

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I Attend The resolution says, in part, Ikl Aloiito Fruit Cocktail or Yellow Cling 4
r? that "any business which shall
be brought before the City '
Commission that requires the Peaches: G 99c _
appropriation of money , ;
t shall not be voted upon at the
. "
first heard
meeting 6
Del Monto( Tiny note\ UeeU, Oar e\.r\ Ten or
Commissioner Kerut* referred
to that part of the. agreement ,

which committed the Gr. Beans 6 .Cans: 99c
I city to pay a sum of;"vn more
At than $2000" for a jurvrj of
: II the property. All other coM

are being paid. by Reynolds: and Ann Page Thin ighettiOr{ ;) Elbow JANE PARKEKlemon
Us agents.With
The Church of Your Choice I' a motion and second
'I'already on the floor tin:: t'U: Macaroni 2 -. 39c or
agreement with RtyaaldJ ,bJ
'. accepted, Commissioaer Cl-'
ward Taylor then moved for Peach Pie
This Sunday suspension of the rules a New! Ann Pago 3 FOR

I Commissioner Kenney aa.dhe \
tr would withdraw his objection IE: '
Tomato Rice 40c
if the other'four coomlsaloners -
voted to accept the
d. .....-.-. I agreement.It .
!
v--- \ ( ( was at this point that Coast y B.y Cwl Veal gtrrafeosa s
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caked tommlsaloner what could ABle be T.gainedby Xvey LAWN MOWER CAR SEATS ICE J CHEST

., delaying the decision two
: Weeks for another reading. EA.$1159 EA I !
$1T9
: The only commissioner *n) U. Swatch Cat
I had not then committed himself par GaD.a4Cycle i
'
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1 ;if was Martin Harris who began CfiglM DECANTER: taw

;'1 ," :. a rambling dissertation on POLY THYLENE kMeS a-c.
$pie matter.A -I S dull
I number of residents viewing $49.95 "CB22c $12,36
I the p&'OCgedinpbeD broke

loos; Look. at us, MrUn.vnot at .J.--., QIy MaJftt t U J'OUf' t.&rtbdaJ 11 Ia July don't target ,

4 ;This is sponsored by the Kenney," he was told.'Let's ."!.,Crf A* fifa fobr to renew your driven netna..
get with IC" -._...-..;.. .
> Ill X. Or M. ....* Grttm C..Itetap aW

Green Gbve Springs Yarn Company Commissioner then h.would Harris go along Indicated with 5 r s SIN Beg 17. Osage Part

the agreement and it was In the Mew .hi Uh AJ are tad then "!. Jaly It.1" .

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