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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 15, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135451
alephbibnum - 000579539
lccn - sn 95026712
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G.C.S. Not ResponsibleFor Green Cove Leaders

II. As A Matter Of Fact Employes' Acts

.!! REYNOLDS' "ALt-MINAUT". Appellate Court SaysThe Hail Sale Of Base

United States Court Of (Editor's note: No criminal
Louts Reynolds' "Ahimlnsut"! designed u the world'sdeepest
Appeals has reversed a U. 8. charges were ever brought
diving submarine, last week demonstrated the feasibility District Court judgment In the against MOllie and there was
i' of controlled drift in the depths of the Oulf Stream\ amount of $9,000 against the
, peculation at the time of the As Start Of New Era
I for research operations. City of Oreen Cove. incident that the plaintiff's

Reynolds chairman of the board of Reynolds Internat The case Involving the alleged charges were born of pique that I

1 Tonal Inc, revealed that during one phase of Ut sea trials rape of a woman whose husband she had been picked up by city f

in the strait of Florida the Alumlnaut took a 25-mile was stationed Mayportin policemen. According to City "A great thing" , "fabulous . "fantastic" . {

I "free ride" In the Quit Stream current at various depths 1960 by A. J. Moseley then Attorney T. J. Riven, it was 'r "the kind of people we want" . these words In essence, i I

of more than 1,000 feet The straits are approximately a Oreen Cove City policeman more than a week before the alai characterlso the reaction of Omen Cove's business and civic I

2,600 feet deep In that area. devolved upon the question of episode was reported\ leaders to the city's decision to sell\ Its Industrial park to '

The Alumlnaut a 50-foot craft formed of forged 64 whether the city would be held On a July evening In 1900 Julian Louis Reynolds 55-year-old International Industrialist.Moanwhlle .

inch thick aluminum rings, is designed to observe scientifically liable for the acts of an em Mrs. Yvonne Donaldson and Reynolds, In his office In Bermuda told The

two-thirds of the oceans' depths. It is based In ploy. even while he was on another woman drove from Crescent he hoped to be able shortly to reveal his plans for

Miami. duty.A Mayport to Oreen Cove. development of the 1640-acr tract purchased by the city from

-*- District Court jury saidyes "After arriving there and General Services Administration 22 months ago. i
and awarded the Reynolds said a part' of the delay In making any announcement
RETAIL SALES STILL RISING plaintiff driving around for several! ''il
$ .000 damages. The appellate hours" the decision recites," was due to the fact he ls waiting to hear from !,
Sales taxes collected In the County lad month continued court said no. the two women began their !! Tt ia two others as to whether they might "come In on" the develop
their strong upward trend according to J. Ed Strsughn, mint with him.Frederick.
In the unanimous opinion of journey home and were then
director of the Florida Revenue Commission. It. Kent Reynolds' Jacksonville
: attorney has
the court handed down last stopped by two officers employed ,
With a 45.3 per cent rise from June 1984 levels Clay week Circuit Judge Warren E. by the city and drivingan i Indicated the sale might be consummated within six weeks

County stood third among the State's counties In pointof Jones details the testimony, official vehicle The officers tu He said he was In on the secret but wss not st liberty
any Information
percentage increase. admitting "the facts are virtually were on duty at the time.'Tha
Straughan said total collections amounted to $35.401 Indisputable." record shows that the Initial r There U unconfirmed speculation<< that hen Reynolds

up from $24.348 In June 1864 and from 132,113 In May reason for the arrest was that + U ready to reveal his plans, the announcement may be made _

The average statewide rise we 13 6 per cent approximately Mrs. Donaldson was slightly 4 It'" r w by bringing or through about Governor Htydon Burns who played a role In I
one third of the Clay County increase. The largest Heads G.C.S. exceeding the speed limit for 4oJULIAN + property a reopening of negotiations on sale of, the i'{

rUe In the State was In Taylor County where collections which the officers Intended to 7
rose 106 per cent. Union County registered a 56 per cent Junior HighIT give her a mere warning. Upon .rteti J. Slater Smith real estate
Increase. Conversely Gladys County showed a 704 per further Investigation-- it _an. broker and Insurance agent and

cent drop from 1964. Peared that there was something ., executive secretary of the Clay

collections last month indicate taxable Irregular about the automobile County Chamber of Commerce,
Clay County
retail sales in the neighborhood of 1 license tag and Mri. said "the sale of the industrial
Donaldson was requested,, to park to Mr Reynolds ls Certainly
!' follow the officers to the city the greatest Industrial

BANK DEPOSITS RISING,. TOO jail so the tan could be opportunity either Green Cove
checked' t or the county have seen
Bank deposits In the County now total close to $12 : the city since
a1} purchased it two
After some travel back year
mElon up 15.3 per cent from the 1963-64 figure, according -' and, "
ago. ..
to the) Florida,State Chamber of Commerce. The increase ; forth,between the jail and the W. J
ranee tvrtlook
Is .110., police station, Mrs. Donaldson's fait
"; twQ.and..qpe' .a .taLewMkn.-.c' that
auphtU.ce! fP
companion was driven to hor 0f
Only eight counties: .in the Stab showed a greater peg' *
centage rice.Moreover. Mayport home by one of the P rry on a personal note,* \
officers. Smith said, "I, calculated l]
the Chamber said County residents) now risk However the i,
"The LOl'IS REYNOLDS primary con. ,
own close to 6.000 passenger can; substantially more police' officer, cern was to provide

than one for each family. Increase in passenger car own. Mosley, and Mrs. Donaldson LeuU Reynolds, who Is now la the preeene of buying mtn&. In lar.. .......h.employ.._ MO
ership has risen 10.3 per cent from the year earlier period. got Into the police car and Green ('ove'. industrial park .ls chairman end chief eiecu- only for our own people' but for thou bf the-area:--From: that: :

__. ._. drove back to the city Jail ,1 lire officer of Reynold International, Inc, with headtjturlrr standpoint I think It was a great thins" I I
When they arrived .
MILLIOS IS VACATION FAT In Hamilton. Bermuda Q. I. Roberts, president of
$6 1 Jewph II. Elliott said there'wu no one there
Born Uln.lon-Nalrm In nilReynolds, with his Roberts Chevrolet Inc., said
Vacation bonus payments to wage employes of Burling Joseph II. Elliott. 43.year. railroad and drove to a point near a brother Richard, greatly expanded the aluminum empirewlsbllshrd "something had to be done, I
ton Industries Inc., will total approximately $61 millionin old retired Navy lieutenant a abort distance by their father. He I la a nephew of the late R. can't believe\ Mr. Reynolds

the company's 1965 filled year, Charles A. McLendon commander and a teacher In away. J. Reynold, founder of the tobacco company bearing'ne. j would have gone to the trouble
vice president In charge of personnel announced this week. the county's schools for nine "MOIIIt')'," the decision continues . and lengths to which he went

Of this total, some $3.7 million will be paid to employee years this week was named "stopped the car, 'prop. Educated al Duke I'nlverslly and (the L'nlvemlly efrennsylvsala'a If he did not have big plane for

of the diversified textile firm this month and In August, principal of the Orion Cove ositioned' Mrs. several barton Kchool of Hnsnre/ Reynolds I b e... some Industrial development

he said. Bonuses paid last Christmas touted $24 million. Springs Junior High School: times and then assaulted entire ,Ie. president' and a director of Reynolds Mining here;*

Over 50,000 employes at Burlington plants In 16 states His appointment was predictedin her According to the plaintiffs ('..r,., presided and a director of Eskimo: Tie (..., and a director "Mr, Reynolds has come In
: receive the payments, with the Individual amounts depending testimony she resisted of Aluminum I.Id .
The Crescent on Jun. 17. of Canada, and of Amerlesa lldellty 'lure and the base will be his
length of service. for approximately forty-fire
on life
Elliott succeeds A. D. Duck, Insurance Co. I as soon a. the title can be d*.
The bonuses are paid lij addition to benefits providedby minutes, until Mosley overcame Ito I I" member of '' /
who has been> named assistant. a the board of VlrilnU Polytechnic In- ';'' llv'r d I think It will be treat
Burlington's Profit Sharing Retirement Plan for non- her and succeeded In raping slllule Educational Foundation ffI
and of for the
King College end
superintendent Of Public In..tl1K'Uon community; and, fur
salaried employes Members of the plan In 1964 had approximately her. The next thing she remembered the Colledate Hchoob.Mr. I thurmore
and director of Instruction we are now out of
$5.2 million credited to their accounts, which in the county's school was driving home"The Reynold U married U the former Glean Parkin- the haggling stage where Per.
was equivalent to about 42 per cent of the member em court ruled "the facts son. Tb yhave two cbJldr... Richard Reynold and mission had to be
system. secured be-
plo)'. wages. f . will admit of no Inference Clenn Reynold. They make
heir home In Tucker Town. fort anything out there could
Elliott 24 in the Navy other
years than that his
-*- In rap of Bermuda. are nwvea a sued The entire Jacksonville
Included nlne years of active the plaintiff Officer Mosley and this .Is the logical area Is on the move I
direction "
$S6 BILLION FLORIDA FtltLIC DEBT duty u a pilot and combat stepped aside from his employment ...._ 6__ __ ___._ for_It to move
action In both World War II to B J. P. Revel, president of J.
State and local public debt In Florida amounted to accomplish his
$2.547.900,000 In mid-W4. according to the Florida StaU and the Korean War. own, rather than the city's, j ;. P. "-Y... Ford Motorama, said

Chamber of Commerce. Born In Los Angeles Elliott purpose , the judgment .Is County Schools To Sell !t.he" got the news of Reynolds'acquUltlon

This sum covered all monies owed by the Florida state received both his baccalaureateand reversed and the cau. remanded 1 while on a prUe

government, by counties districts and municipalities, an his master's degrees at the to the district court trip to Europe.

lumped together. It stood I per cent over 1963 compared University of Florida lies for entry of a judgment lit $600,000 In CertificatesThe It I, "II was the greatest trip we
married to the former Norma ever had Just fur that reswn"
with a national) figure of 5 per cent. favor of the City of Oreen Cove *
The Florida total means a debt of $447 for each Flortdlsn Owens of Manto. N. C.. and Springs" t Mold "To m.." he old "It'I

man, woman child.. ranking Florida 20th among they have two Children. Mi, State Sen. John E. Mathews County Board of Pub- In other business, the Board J fantastic The City Commission

the 50 stales In this respect. The federal debt is in addition ch.... 15 years old. and Nor. Jr., represented the city In th* I Ik Instruction will Issue $600,. approved the nomination of J i Is to be congratulated and

to this amountMaking lets 13. litigation. MO of revenue eertllkates'for Joseph II. Elliott as principal | those eltUons who attended

up the Florida debt toW was $40,000,000 local capital Improvements and of the Orion Cove Springs I the meeting are due our thank
aelutsitlons. The
-. Ford Motor
government short-term debt>> ; $617,600,000 local tone-term Junior School Co. people
debt and $630,100,000 state lona-Urm debt. Long-term obligations Yonge Gets with the Drovlm- TD ft delegation of residents with whom I talked In Europe
Group Okay an additional $400.000 wen
amased that
maybe ,
s city of
Of Clay urn our
are nonguaranteed and are payable solely from issued at a later dsU. Tynes said he Z .!.. could attract
pledged earnings of specific projects or from special assessments. would "probably" recommend something
The Board on Monday, authorUed > as big as this promises to b!
On Savings And Loan mg Clay Hill school
During the fiscal year ending mid-lM4. aw Jon,. ; to Issuance be amortised of the from eerUflcaUs > this fall Of the school's 71atsjdsats. I I Richard Oordl., Green Cove

term debt issued in Florida' came to $461,600.000 while a race track funds over 30 approximately 60 IP ttorn., and an aislstaat State
I year
total of $146.600,000 wu repaid. Interest paid o* the entire Cotney Turned DownA period. The Board's share of would' be Irsnsferred to the P I
debt during the totaled $74400.600. Middleburg Elementary Attorney
year the race track distribution fhb School said "I very strongly

group heeded by James E. comptroller of Florida Ford year totaled more then $1JO> and the remaining 20, In the fsvorsd the sale of the prop. ,
seventh and eighth"
grades, to
$T. Joints PtACKiCTT: TUTOIGA Yonge. Orange Part attorney. Tractor, Inc., will be managing 000. Orange Park arty to Mr. Reynolds. Green
*"*.'. Other applicants for School: Superintendent Jew High 8chool.Aft.r Cove with 1,
final aeries of placement has received approval of tie the meeting l assured growth
testing for St. Johns River Tynrs said + and
the lacmt are: Prank W, P. Tynes aald funds receivedeel
Junior College applicants Is slated for Saturday July 17, Federal Home Las Bank Board Brown, Jr, Orange Part r from the sale of the certifies the salary Increase recently a Using power, will now take Its
Thursday August 12, and Friday August establish ot.d an county teachers plea with' the
13. according beoueg' to a federal savings estate broker: Paul C. Arm. would probably be UNd to r.Lv. had other growing
registrar, R A. SchrtUxr. and loan association In Oran the resulted la a "much greater and forward looking
strong Orange Part land do* overcrowding at th elMei of
Schreiber: said the new dales are "due to as) unexpected Park v.lop r, Roland R. Tow ns.nd. two elementary schools at influx of application for faCUltjr the state, '

Influx of student registration* He said approximately At the acme time the board owner of Orange Park Phar. Orange Park. The But Boardof poaltkms. He added that rr.d! C Ifcvie. ,
1025 freshmen have while only about 10 or 12 | prsldenof i
applied only about vacsnei
too had
disapproved the request of a mary; Dr. Thomas Hardinsecond Education: .Is on record: M Fr.4 tt,.
predicted to register for the fan session remain to be fU! -d throughout t u Buick PonUa Ine.
group headed by Itoyt Orange Park osteopath; and recommending an l-..las*.
The current schedule win provide a last opportunity Cotney for a similar association[ Dr. William Mulford. Ones room school In the Meadow. the county aid 'lUkethelypeofw.hutry'

for testing to those interested In attending UM fan srmester on the bale that "a necessity Cove surgeon. Bnalr section. Other Freeport $.Ivage Co of Jack- !:-:., Mr Reynolds usually at,.

at St. Johns. aim) exists for only one arw savings The association will open funds, Tyne said may be lined sonrUW was awarded contract r+ Iracu
Schreiber sugggeeted that those not yet registered or and loss facility .I. the area for bustnes with a minimumto for additions and alterations for moving four buildings. The A With Uurliri;
tested plan to visit, the school on one of the examination be served.* of 300.000 In share account to existing school buildings In company will move two build. ton. John
dates. lie emphasised July 17 ube but Ings to the W. E. Cherry School Manville and Reynolds we are
Saturday slated A spokesman for UM group Dividends wOl be comparablesaid Oren Cove ad Keystone
for placement exams. this week; the association to those of similar inoUttstloes Heights 1.I Orange Park from Middle- I certainly or the right track,* ,

Testing which win be conducted; ors campus begins at expects to open office la the in I sorthra Florida.\ A senior high school for burg and will relocsto two I I hot isld The City Commission

I tun. and contlaoes through 12.30: pa. Th registrar burin**, district o f Orange The association. the count F'g Orange Park may be ...w.nd buildings which are presently [ has dune a find' job and 1

added that tests are given only to facilitate counselors Park within UM nest few first win provide Vwg tern If and whoa UM additional located nor the ..schoolTh a x ZollMr has done a lot of BeQ'J .

iupUdag students la eLanes.\ They In to war affect ladlTfcJual month mortgage flasuidns; throughout 1409,004 of gerttflcates Is sold board also accepted a bid | work on this thing. ," good, ;,' % .''Ii.
grade. Jsm. *. & Crawl retired UM county. w"" 'at MM. later. eta&.. (Cc..u.-J.. Par tlfttt. ) (Continued ;
on Page Elgbl

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Q! Crescent THURSDAY JULY 15, ltd
e PAGE TWO ,; tav unty

I The PrIce Of Individualism1.I *'"'"> The Value Of The Individual LETTERS The Crescent TO: EDITORTo 0 i 0ri\\ : LWI

1 81BE. I take this means of expressing -

The resignation the Rev. William P. Its memb :"' a very wide latitude of conduct, GEORGE P. HOWARD my sincere thanks and By Sheriff Jennings Mnrrhe
Erwin as vicar Of St. Marys Episcopal (Mission In 'both their daily and spiritual lives and appreciation to all good f..'uA.."".....

) Church has, we think, a moral. thinking electric flash-light lanterns, who have In numerous ways Do know what conditions
The moral Is: don't dare be a wee bit St,. Marys was beginning to serve as a ,. I used to sally forth on an autumn been to kind and considerateto you legally another car
different from the fellow on the corner, copy decisive force and factor in the community < ae night each with a bull's my deter, Mrs. Bessie B. you may pass
his table manners and clap the next, guy on It will move ahead only as its membershipmoves e '. eye lantern at his belt, hidden Johnson, during the years that on the right . that is, on the

the back whether you know him or not; maybe together, free to present new Ideas to under a buttoned top-coat. The she has been handicapped by t inside T

v you'll convert him.It the community, new theories of growth and people who passed them on the the loss of her sight. The law says a driver may
road taw nothing of the lantern Now as she moves slowly
b. is
could that Bill Erwin the most progress and another car on
highly educated man in Clay County; certainly We hope that since the church is not r no one but themselves alone day to day, guided by the overtake pass
he would rank among the top half dozen self-supporting and Mr. Erwln's successor even suspected its existence! light that comes only from .;, . tho right when:

But it is no secret that he has presided over thus will be named by the Rt. Rev. Hamilton 'The essence of this bliss, says submitting one's self to Ood's Tho vehiclo overtaken U

the spiritual! destinies of ,a sharply divided West, he will be a strong young man, a low Stevenson, "was to walk by mysterious and Holy purpose; a or about to make a left
congregation for two years. One would haveit churchman, more likely to succeed in, the at- yourself in the black night, the It Is my profound prayer that II
this way, another that One objected to mosphere into which he will be thrown; and slide of the lantern shut, the God will ever grace you, to t. .

ever calling him "?ather" Erwin (it was too thus able to fuse the dissonant forces and topcoat buttoned, and and the day's Good Samaritans, with F . A street or highway has an

Roman); another had something else to wall put the church in the position it should occupy Dr. Howard while deep down In the privacy an abundance of His richest unobstructed pavement NOT occupied

about of your heart to know .blessings Sheriff by parked vehicles that
St Marys Is not the only victim of this Mr. Erwin has been steadfast in his motives In humanity as In nature, that you had a bull's eye at Henry C. Redmond, I\lunhe. the driving to less
division Other churches In the County have of directing the little congregation here there are no duplicates. your belt." Lakeland Florida reduce space

felt it; Indeed, it u present in every municipality to the attainment of its spiritual and social! Watch a typical crowd of 'We too are among the Ian. lain, and who Is to say where than two lanes of moving traffic in' each direct-

in the County. It becomes doubly odious mission. In his new pastoral duties he will find people coming out of a railway tern-bearers. Under the top- the "strain" of Influence ends? ion.

In a house of worship. One, we submit, sub new spiritual and intellectual stimuli.As station on their way to coat of outward appearance A word, and the whole cur 3. You are on a 1-way street
mits to the dicta of the minister or finds another hi IBId in his letter of resignationto work. there Is the bull's eye of our rent of another life Is changed 4. Conditions permit such a movement in safely -

church. This is the strength of our society the mission board of St. Marys, we wish Looked at casually they are Individuality and significance for better or for worse. A .

and the weakness\ of our balkanlzed religious him "Ood's richest blessings . to grow and much alike, and of many as 'It was only when Stevensonand look or handgrip, and another and make-
make , (his) witness In the ( ) S.Drivinff conditions do not necessaryto
bodies! new com they hurry by you are tempted his companions were alone heart is filled with new hope
Be it said, the Episcopal Church allows munity" to which he goes. to lay, "They have nothing in together, with no stranger to and courage A moment of selfish drive off the pavement or the main-traveled

them." But that is where we surprise their secret, that they indulgence, and trouble Is portion of the roadway.
make our mistake. unbuttoned their coats and laid up for generations unborn.

J ottit ldtcr By DUNCAN G. GRONER People may be dull or clay showed their lanterns to each Our life may look disappointing
er, but properly regarded thereis other. And it Is only to those and seem more a failure
no man with "nothing in who have ''rare understanding than a success. But If it has
These weeks in which the as a site for some very substantial papers have been executed. It
of us that the lantern of
him. The surface which Is our been a channel threugh which
Reynolds negotiations !have industrial operations may be recalled It was in Jan ,4. Helm
all we can see, may: be common deeper self revealed. They help has come to others, it
been in . and in and I think for the moment uary, 1964, when Johns-Man-
progress ,
Place, but It Is what is beneath know, and we know and Ood .cannot be written down as
private . have Seen a flow anyway we must content our vllle took an option to purchase the surface that bakes knows, there is more in us failure.It .

ering of rumor that, I would selves in that knowledge and its Green Cove property. the man. The ideals and yearnings than others can ever guess Is not what happens TO us, Funeral Home
must be unequaled in the leave off our demands for And when the plant goes on
say, the hopes and fears, the Lord Kelvin, the famous but what happens THROUGH '
stream in November it will i
financial data, blueprints or
community.Some tragedy and laughter that live scientist, once said to his student us that counts.
has bern immediate revelation Of any have been 22 months since that CHARLES HELM
of the the
rumor In MS all what a wonderful Class, "I lay this little Judged by earthly: standards, r
wildly exaggerated and come very specific plans. great day medley it is when we look at piece of chalk upon a granite by what happened to Him, jr Funeral Director
plain ugly. Some conversationalists For It was not until the last If we now have a hiatus before ourselves failure
In that light. mountain and it strains the Christ's life was a tragic
have had flotillas of bell on Tuesday night of last the implementation of Do
you remember Robert whole earth"That ; but by: what happened
ships, laden with bauxite (an week that Louis Reynolds knew Mr. Reynolds' plans it can be Louis Stevenson's descriptionof applies to the human through Him, He became the Phone 234-9696
in the welcome. There were used to discuss and finalize
Important ingredient he was the lantern-bearers of his world as well as to the physical.We supreme instrument of God'sredeeming
manufacture of aluminum) moments when he, had he been some of our own. And no time early GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDAmVY.
days How and
the boy of lay our little pieces of purpose, remains
landing at the Green Cove there, might have assumed should be lost. the world'shope. t. EAST P. O. BOX 445
early eastern fishing village speech or silence, of action or the center of the
tomorrow others with others of us that It is certain anything
piers morning; many as as before the .
days of the Inaction, on the human moun-
have been Just as wild and the whole matter might againbe could be, I would say, that
considerably less funny. I thrown out. And it is patent our housing situation Is becoming I .

mean the empty talk and that until he knew it he could more critical every

threat of injunctions which not, and very wisely would not, month Some of our highest
'would be costly for all sides make any expensive plans to paid people are going else .
and would, whatever the outcome develop a property that was where to live , and to spend THE BANK OF ORANGE PARK

: only: prove to< the outside not his to develop. their money on groceries and
world that we don't believe The Florida Development other Items. -
'' ::
In teamplay, Cannot stomach Commission and the State We need new houses, and :
the views of our neighbors Chamber of Commerce and the means of financing new REPORT OF CONDITION AS OF JUNE 30 1965
and, if their will should other such bodies conversantwith houses that will b* a creditto ,

prevail, we will all go to litigating the long and arduous implementation the community, thai will

among ourselves of industrial development attract not only those on our ... 1" ..........; .... .
I think we can all be happy estimate It takes new payrolls but others, let us State Bask Ifo' Itt -
that a man of Louis peynolds' sometimes two years to develop say from Orange Park. I am 0" HEPOBT or CONDITION or
stature has chosen Green Cove a site after the purchase not talking about the kind of THE BANK OF ORANGE PARK
housing where It Is necessaryto .( 0....* "rk !. the State .r FUrMat
. ... .. ... ....
say "one, two, three, four, Ik* *! > .1.! II .,

QTav( QIountv crescent( five, ah, and there's my house, ASSET
it's the sixth on this block." REGULAR
Cash, balanco with ether backs, and uh Item.
"WHAT .IS 600D rO, CLAY COUNTY II OOD FOR THI CHHCINT Street paving, more stringent OFFICERS' cr.. cf olUolloa : . . . . . . . . . . I !". I4TUnlUd
zoning ordinances, sewage Btatas Oovaramant obligation, direct and
DUNCAN GOLDTHVviITI GRONER.___EDITOR AND PUSLISHISTIUIHONI treatment and disposal systems guarantied '.. . .. . . . . . . . . . . ... .. l.lli.llKI RANKING I
CCS t84316Sicmo . a new look at the City's Obligation of States and politic mbdlvlalona ...,. ... .01114
WALTER O. ODUM Loans and discount (Clnrluilln 11,154.71 overdraft)? 1,11I..n.1I .
CUM PotrXl ran .T 4.... Con ...,..., riomuPUBLISHID virgin waterfront, a new look Bunk pr ml..i .w.... ''',....... furniture and tie HOURS
EVIDY TMUKIDAY BY CKSCINT Puns. INC. at the City's tax roll which is Chairman of the Board turn 147,09917 .... . .... . .. . . . . ... ... .. JIM4U1
0. sox IT* .' CHUN Covi SMINM. riomo now roughly one third to one Other AM.ta ? . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . .... 10.TI44T
p. RALPH M. BAGttELLPretJdrnt TOTAL ASSETS . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... .. 4,114,551
HOWARD P. COOPER __ PHHIDINTIUBSORIPTION quarter what the County's is; ![on. Thurs. 9:30 aim
and a hundred other items
onE TEAR .lIt! ADVANCE that are crying for solutionSee GARETH G. MATIIIS
Demand OpoalU et Indlrldual, partnerships I and corporation
TWO TEARS I"f ADVANCE .... S.OO ( Story on Page e) Cashier 1.4T4.HK 9 :30'a.m..
Tin and aavlntt dapoilta ot IedlvISeals, partnerships I ,
'; '- '---- and corporation .......... .. . .. .. .. .... .... 1.402,14I.S to 7KXpjn.
nt iren.L tM_ 'lWft"_"rut
Deposits of Vnlttd Btatta Oover.meat (taerndlac poe-
? tat savings . . .. ..... . . .. . . . . .. .. . 141014
IMpoalta Btat. and pclltlcal utxtlrlalon .... .. .. I1I.HIT
t DIRECTORSRALPH i>rtlfl.d and officer tbtrka. .te. . .. . .. . ... .. .. ;.. 65,100.54 DRIVE-IN I I
TOTAL, DEPO8IT ... .. ..... . .. . .. . .. ..1S.Tn.T".1a \
( ) Total dcman.1 dtpoalti. . . .. . .lt.llt.1T1M
'(b) Total tlm* and iavln.. dopoulu ..../.... .. WINDOWS I
:M. BAGWELL Other llablllOo. . ....... ..... .. .. . .. . .. .... .. 1'.ITI.n
President of the Bank TOTAL LIABILITIES... ... .. .. . . .. . .. ..... .... 1.laUT-1i

EDWIN S. GL'STAFSOXExec. CAPITAL ACCOCKT1 Mon. Thurs. 9:30: tun.

Vice ....... Gustation Dairy
Capital (a) Common stock, total par ,al.. |.17tl.t.. IU.I....* .
Kurplu . ........ ....... . . ... . .. .. ... l.*. oa
CHARLES II. McCALLSuperintendent fmllvldod prniiu . *4.
n Moosehaven TOTAL, CAPITAL ACCWNTa ::::.:::::::.: :::;:::; |4 ,:U4.4: 9:30ajn.
.I. uJKe O. JENNINGS Ml'RRUCC. JR- ACCCOCNTS . . ..................... .. ... . ... UU.UI.I toT.-OOpjn.

Rancher MEMOtUNDAAiaeta Checking Accounts

O. B. NALL pl..(.d or a.ttsa.d t* _tr. liabilities'' sal for
Owner O. B. Nail Hardware other parpoo** (inrUdlac a tM aid kill rdIawMt4ad Savings AccountsInstallment
i.curltl old with asroomoal la rPrckaM)..., 1,445,1.0.//
e WALTER 0.ODUMPresident (a) Loam M shows shoes are after dodetloa of vmli*>- Loans
Florida Soap Corp. ties reree o< .... .............. ....... ..1. .... ".'4I"4
4k t. Qaretk O. Maihla. ca...1.' .f tho. ......-.*.... bank, do Commercial Loans that this report of condllio I* trie and correct.'
to my kaowledg sad belKt.
President and Treasurer. Safe Deposit Boxes
Correct-Atleit.; Oartth 0. Matal*
Peninsular Life Insurance C*. Ralph M. Bicwall Walker a Miss
R. D. Walker XHrectcr Bank By Mail
SEAL State of Florida Coiaty *| CUr, MI
Presides, FbrMa Tractor E,ol,- '
Sworn to and eittxcrlbod before .. tku. Ilk day of July Inca i
mil Comply: and 1 hereby certify tkat I am let M cttlcer It director' of this -
bank. '

R. D. WALKER Brie M. Borrka, .Notary public
Investments My commle.lo.aplr.a) S>pU t. IMS ,


There are 32 wild and 'wonderful Wide-Track' L EI' ,. Complete Confidential Courteous

;\Pontiac tigers in tiger country. BANKING SERVICE

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|Right now Is the best time to capture one on' your terms. .

The Bank of

w,\.l lr .. \ Orange Park

COM TO Trot COUNTRT.(d real NM.. so uswll,.T*" CHW,I'ANI)"IC.eATALIIAo Ira U IIAN. tTO set)1.dett
AT eDCAUTNWjLepNTSACDL4ta ..t- Deposits Insured to 110000.00 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation '
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Fred DAVIS BUICK-PONTIAC, inc. t v. s. mvr. 11 ORAXCB Phil FLORIDA -. . _. rBQ.q If&-tsJ.

3J2 Orange Avenue Green Cove Springs

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A"new look"In Italian handicrafts for 1965 is the"Old Look*.
While many Italian craftsmen are producing a wide variety'of'
handicrafts in the finest of modern styles, others have switched: .
From the smallest to he LARGEST ;
the Old Look.
to & __ .__ n
turning These for Italian craftsmen to the long art tery kettle with wrought Iron Distributor Miller Tires Autolite BatteriesRE
inspiration .
hutoryof Mediterranean civilm- handle (left) which con he utilized
dons The result is a wide vanity as a flower pot or decorative -CAPPING .:- RETREADING: :
of decanters t vases, dishes, trays, I centerpiece. Another example ii
tor the terracotta pluque (right)
candelabras, lamp bates the
"l like., These are One ahnt\:be: I which provides! an arresting wall
and tn-
decoration. -
museum ricc \'Cllh.y combino I
the shnpcs and designs of amiouily Italian leather and handbag
a : with the spirit and flavor of I craftsmen slits have adopted the ORANGE PAHK
'i u the modern day Old look" for some of their most
The Old Look In Italian handicrafts "beautiful creations, Ancient Roman Sinclair Station Rontl Service
has proved extremely popular and! Grecian motifs are displayed
with interior decorators for side by sida with isith
191 V. 8. Highway 17 Phone tM-MSl I
embellishing modern or period! : n or embroidery ,
4 room settings!! l')ricill is the pot :rrk'iai: ,


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New telephone book, distributed. this week by Southern I Kenney, adman be new. Green Cove phone book. Al tberlbt. :
Bell, brine out a new urea rode for the County (tf4 Instead Stdlrr ks show dli-pUytng" a new. Jaekaonrllle bookwith :,. HAS THREE AREA CODES
of 301)) and some new faces) on he giving and receiving ( Oraage Park In It) (o Ore Meo Major Heyt Totney.Ineludrd '
lines. Above left CL ( ) Jack E. 11_. John.-Maavllle II;
( o r. on the cover of the new Green Cove Springs ,
plant manager: John D. Sadler, newly named SouthernBell directory I le the new. Florid Area Cod boundaries The t :i', 305 : >,;;f\"
district manager; and Green Cove'e Mayor WarwickJohn's new 104 arts code boundary, which Include Green Cove .
tprlnga, runs across the State from the Gulf of Mexico '(.
South of Weeklwaehee Spring, D,*'. City, Clersnont Inland "t": 813.
and New. Smyrna Beaeh. "The addlllon of the new '
Radio & TV Area) Code U neeeury to meet t'lorld'a (remendoungrowth. ., 'and the new ooei: ,
." said 8....'. Florida aloe la the tint state In Sou. .
RCA ZKNITIIAMANA : them lieU territory to hate three area fod...
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Initial deUrery will be mode (. S.tlt easterners In Y .
XORQE APPLIANCES: Green Cove 8,rlN|.. This .U a. Increase of III ever last
-e- ,..r'* delivery wlllvwoDrllvery Your new telephone directory has a complete list }
All Models .
Experienced Service On Makes A
of the new directory (o I.&J7 reildente In the
BERVINO-e-e-CLAT COCKTT OVER IS TEARS Orange Park ore began this week Due to the large number of Florida cities and their Area Code numbers; ,
of ehanje and addition made In the directory dur-
24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs, lag the port pear, he old directory should be destroyed I'f
Phone 284-3122 upon receipt .f the new one. When dial Long Distance direct in Florida
.. you ,
_111111111111111-, -. _... -... ,
chpck your new telephone ,book Then be sure t to..

dial the proper Area Code if needed. t'.i! i.

Direct Distance Dialing is fast. Economical. 1

WE JOlti THE CITY OF You get the low station-to-station rate. ,:

And it's easy. Just follow these simple steps:


1 I. Dial "1" to connect with the ODD equipment.'

2. Then the Area Code of the city you're' calling

if different from your own. '
*:};r, 3. Then the individual number you want
>> Call often. And dial direct

Fast. Easy. {

Louis Reynolds ,! '' .' Low station-to-station rates! '

t (Remember After 8pm. Mcknights ind snyt:>i' Ktsyt you tin uU sUljn totUllon tnywbsre roads
s'u 'for 6Sc Of!lets;anpitiefe the cooUnenUI! U ': :.|rt" Al..,i..) (far $1 100 M "lets 3 minute rata. ; odd .U<.)

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_ Green' Cove Socials I''I Public Health l 'L A?Child's ;.Imagination ON THREE," EUROPEAN TEACHERS TOUR LEAVE. I Clay County Servicemen I IPrt.

Mr. and Mrs.'F,' B.' Thorn. Marie, ot Brownsville, Texas, Nuise Attends rwy 'Miss Hazel N Geiger, Miss The Roosevelt, a principal

hill and I son?Wayne: ,.of Ash- .1 spent two days last'tweak with Naomi Douglas and Miss Faye I deterrent to aggression In the

burn, Oa. were guests' last Mrs. Venn's mother, Mrs. Harriet 2-Wk. Cobb, Clay County elementary European, African and near
week of' Mrs. Thornhlll's Lyman.DR. TrainingFannie teachers, left July 14 for a. I Eastern areas, serves as a mo-

aunt and husband, Mr. and three-week European tour sponsored bile, self-sustaining air base
Mrs. M. J..Bolinger.Mr r Evelyn Dewar, public by the Duval County for supersonic fighter
JENSEN TO ATTEND health nurse with the Clay 9 9R and
i Teachers Credit Union. Most attack aircraft of the
CONGRESS IN IRELANDDr. : County Health Department 111 of the trip will be by Air Fleet. Sixth
John L.. Krause and I Green Cove Springs, Fla, l I. Paris
Russell O. Jensen, of France and will Include
children, Jon'and Julie attending a special two-week II
arrived London, England, Amsterdam
Green Cove is a delegate to France;
last week from OuantanamoBay training program for public Midshipman Third Class
the International Optometric Holland, Lucerne
Cuba, to make their home health nurses that began on and Michael A. Young, son of Mrs
Congress, in connection with Switzerland, Cologne
here. She Is expecting her husband which he will be away from Monday, July 12, at the Unl. y .GN'IN jel"sJJ, e' & Manhelm. Germany; Rome, Leona H. Young of Green Cove
next week. He will be varsity of North Carolina U currently on his lummer
his office July 17 through July Venice, Florence, Naples, and
stationed at Cecil Field. Mrs School of Public Health. cruise aboard the antl-sub.
31 The Congress will be heldat Pompeii Italy; Monte Carlo,
Krause is the former The workshop is attracting marine warfare support aircraft
Polly i -
Trinity College, Dublin, the Riviera, and Nice, France
Maxwell. 31 public health nurses from 2 carrier USS Lake Champlain .
Ireland Dr. Jensen recently
14 states I: 'ir operating in the Atlan.
was elected president of the
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vonn and Northeast Florida Optometrlc I The agenda Includes discussions DAtCIITER IS BORN tic Ocean.

daughters, Martha and Ruth Society. ___ of the_. health. needs and Mr. and Mrs Frank Rivers of Julian II. Brown During the six-week cruise,
prooiems.L' 01 teenagers, .L me Green Cove Springs announce he will participate in all phases
Say You Head It In THE) CHKSCENT: care of expectant and new the birth of their daughter ,I Marine Private Julian H. of shipboard life. In addition to
of Mr. and Mrs. J.
mothers and newer methods In Susan Louise, at the U. 8 Naval Brown, son standing "underway watcher"
family planning. especially Hospital Jacksonville, on 'Hoyle Brown, of Green Coce, he will receive training In nav:
A child's Imagination is a wonderful thing . has completed four weeks of
Instructors for the workshop July 1, 1965. The youngster Igatlon, communications
: seamanship -
when it's to work in the learning
put process* I I individual combat training.
DRIFT-R-CRUZ SAVE $4,000 are provided by the facultiesof Until a few months ago 10-year-old Wendy Ward (whose weighed 1 pounds, 8'!. ounces with the 1st Infantry Training i gunnery, engineerIng
the UNC Department of drawings appear above) knew Flberjlusj Houseboat Sleeps six. Ford 100 hp. Only Public Health Nursing and Department little about man's historical Wendy's imaginative draw. Regiment, Marine Corps J jects.
and dramatic! struggle tosurvive loge were selected by her classmates RICHARD L. TILLEY I Base, Camp Lejeune.
run 128 hours of Maternal and 1
Save $1,000. Price: $1.825. But she learned In her as best capturing the full Services for Richard L. Til- Included
Child Care. fifth-grade classroom at Water. message of the exhibit, which I InI I The 20-day course Technical Sergeant HcllU T
vine, 0. And< the learning depicts the history of man and'his ley 78 years old were held over 200 hours of rigorous Mr.
;process Jeffertes son of and Mrs
SIMPSON I struggle to overcome major St. Augustine last Saturday small unit taco ''
R WALKER' OWNER\ actually was fun! instruction In
MRS. TINSLEY IS ON Wendy's teacher, Miss Patricli '' threat to his existence. morning I tics, night combat; firing weapons James E. Jefferies of OrangePark :.
238 River Hills Road CO. LIBRARY BOARD Albers.I had visited i the New The learning process, to be Mr. Tilley was clerk of Clay simulated combat has been graduated with
I under
Phone RA S 0355 Mrs. Leland Tinsley,. of York World's Fair and was impressed lure,was fun.ltwasalaoworthwhile. County Circuit Court for 12 I honors from the U. S Air
Jacksonville with the number of ed Each of the scenes ws* conditions and other subjects
Florida Green Cove the wife :
of a retired Force Senior Noncommissioned
ucational pavilions open free to accurate to the smallest detail, years and was later with the I related to the Marine Infan .
Navy lieutenant commander the public. When she returned thanks to consultant Dr. Harry Bank of Green Cove Springs Officer Academy at Orlando
now with the State to her classroom she decided touse L. Shapiro,chairman of the an. He la survived by his tryman. I AFB. ,.
Civil Defense in Jacksonville, The'Travefere{ Insurance thropological department at the Mrs. Dorothy Tilley WldOW'1 Sgt. Jefferle, who received ;
Companies' "Triumph of Man" American Museum of Natural Airman Samuel L. Mahoney, .
has been named to the County Richard, of Washington, a I advanced leadership and management ;
exhibit as the subject J for .
a History.
special USN, son of Mrs. Ellen HOelsi '
This Office Will He Library Board by Governor class project.To ,More than one million grand son, Richard L. Tllley training, Is a personnel i
per.sons of Orange Park Is serving
Haydon Burns tell the story, Miss Albers visited the "Triumph of III, and a brother, Dr. Tilley technician with an air photograph i
She showed tildes of the exhibit and aboard the attack aircraft
succeeds Jesse S. Heath. Man" exhibit last of Washington.He and charting service
played a record containing the I summer. I carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt
Mrs. Tinsley, who is a nativeof unit at Orlando.
: soundtrack of the entire snow. Wendy didn't see it. was a member of St I
CLOSEDI Brooklyn, N. Y., has livedin The students wrote themes and I But she hopes to see this educational Mary's Episcopal Church of currently operating with
Oreen Cove 15 years DurIng drew pictures to Illustrate their 'o show ".or real" this: : Green Cove Springs, and a I the U. S Sixth Fleet In the IIO FIRST
I concept of the 13 I' I Mediterranean!
I her husband's active duty scenes season. member Masonic
.. -- .. -. Lodge
July 17 July 31 in ma navy, tne Tinaieys were Mr. and Mrs Tllley were residents I
assigned much of the time to of Green Cove' Springs with
Frolics Executive I List -
Family YourChy County Property
\\Jiile I am ufkndiiitf\ TnternntioimlOjilometrlc the Far East. before retiring to st. Augustine

Con 'uss nt Trinity College, ly the Mrs.Interested progress Tinsley of in says the books she County in and deep library in Board Recently Enlarged five years ago I! Frank W. Brown r

Dublin, Ireland system. Two new members have been Patsy Turner, secretary; Jack I And Associate
The Tinsley's oldest daughter -I I appointed to the Green Cove Oarrard of Burlington Mills, i i ATTENTIONJUNIOR Registered) .... Fetal BnfarISM -

1'knso) Call !<'Ol' Appointments' Elizabeth, lives with her Springs Family Frolics executive treasurer and bingo chairman; I AND SENIOR OS. HUhway 17 Orange Pull

parents I board. They are Denny Denny Tucker of Mobile Homes, 1 none' SMISMgp -

Tucker of Taylor Mobile Homes publicity chairman; Gene Der. LIFESAVING NOW AVAILABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY
IT'S CONSTABLE CIIVMF Turner, a sen Ich of Johns-Manville dance)
DR. R. G. JENSEN and Miss Patsy July 19 400 foot frontage on V. 8. Highway 17
Ray Chance, County civil defense lor at Clay High Bihool I chairman and W Burch Stump,
director, has been named The bourd now stands as master of ceremonies. City Pool- 9:00.1:00: : (Just North of Green Cove Spring)

Optometrist constable In District 4 follows: Mrs. Jack Saams, An executive board meetingwas I I Age 12-19 -- -

100 Palmetto Avenue (Keystone Heights), by Ooveinor chairman: George: Turner of held at the Spring Park. :
l'JlOllt2H45701 Haydon Burns. Climate Conditioning chairman Attending were Mrs Jack I Admission' 25e
He succeed1 R. D Cunning. and producer of the Mls Swam, George Turner, Miss I I

ham, who reslrned.I. .I I I Family Frolics Pageant, Miss Putty Turner, Jack Oarrard,,
-- -- - Denny Tucker. Three events I I '
SEE YOU ATEchie's"
have been added to the program -
: Cake Walk, pie eating IPARTRIDGE I
Big A AnniversarySPECIALS contest, and groaned pig chase

Mr Albert Thlbuult has volunteered -

I his pie- baking- UK'nt. WELL DRILLING


Classes IMCf flU


-Y7J: I ,.z will be resumed ROCK AND ARTESIAN WILLS

In Grrrn Cove Sprints

t r on Friday, Sept 3 ffewfof Well $ptt,.lH ORANGEDALEWhere

1.1 1 i Now organising rUwu PUMPS i

25ft" 2 0 250 11' I,.,.. by air and exprrlutce. I WATER SYSTEMSF. I

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Parent are Invited to I
PINT I ; I rail and enroll their rhlldrrti }
f ,
SPECIAL I( before September Tie Best People Meet -

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5, Excluding Hotel THE DAGALEY
Robt. :Meyer Store Limit Six w.M IONS DISTANCE 1 H HI

Dancing School Jotlnonnlle, fie.! I

Katherine Instructor Ilaialry 3S9-143Slf i

Atkinson'sPHARMACIES We would like to take this opportunity to say "TIISKYOU" IV - ) Stockton' St. MENDER 0* FLA. E NATIONAL I 1

for the wonderful reception you have given our Jacksonville, Fla.r WATt WILL ASSOCIATIONS I

latest addition to the ATKINSON FAMILY: OF IR1ENU- 5860 HYDE GROVE AVE. I ,
LY DRIO STORES the Orange Park store at SIT Illih- )
I way 17. \\e are celebrating our MUST BIRTIIDAY and

would like for you to join our party by rUltlng ua during

"Your Friendly Family Drug Store this big TIIREE DAY SALE and register for the many

prisei that we are living.away.

Quantity RIhU Reserved None To Dealer GENE ALLEN. . 59v4limllF rv
Manager Pharmacist ,


I U-40 U.1"0 REG. Ili.ANACIN d

Regular . . . . .84 :$\1 ( sf S

Protomino Zmo .' . .90!)! jl.h') TABLETS ALL CLEANING DONE ON PREMISES

. . . ) 73c f
N P II .J)9) 'M.S'!) AH Cloth. **!
GloWn . .. $1.00 $t.lO!)( BEG $1.15 HOT. 100 (Limit Two) b- I..
FT Spotted Mi..." Meted 1

l BAN ROLL-ON DEODORANT 57cPHILLIPS ALKA-SELTZER 39c Metb rnofe4 Clra w4 and Fr*** 4N New 30' KELVINATOR "" esy -"r I

REO. 13e IS. Exits Cbarte For .....-
u REG. 11.1. FAST Electric
SERVICE Range with $2


KEO. $1.09lUmlt( Two) REO. II..IS'IIIIr. -....hI. -.w.. ...........
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t .&10. $1.111 (With Crapoa) I ..I I. COIN OPERATEDDRY ';: Ness ...awr.we.h.. Cavseu Aw UM.t .se.w- n _

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FOR SALE: Late model. 1C FOR SALE or RENTi la Penney ix THK cmcriT coiner or OV. APPLICATION. It TIIH Jl'IMIN-H"
fiberglass boat, 75 II.,. Johnson Farms. Two bedroom house CLAY COt CHANIIERT STY ri.OHIUAID bulb TAg UKKU COI HT IolJy.5011 L. r''' Trooper Bill
Sew 1M.I*. K.a. toirt" i '. Hiuim.
and trailer 1195. Also 17' furnished. Lot 85' front by ISO N.. aa-TS-C NOTICK 19 HEREBY GIVEN :>.. Tta
fibertlaaa boat 100 h.p. Mercury deep. East aldo roll course. JOHN }t. JONES tlmi .Mamil le M. Lee the' bildtre In Hot Eilat rf
lUUn t if( ha (ullowlna I onrtlfloaloa HUTU 1IU'U.nD8.: .
and trailer, f 1595. Can lie Carat. Elwood Johnson GCS. IseWU18E tiled. Mid a.rtUk\a' for a baa lax .,........d, says ..
financed. St. Johns Mobil Shone I84-S6M.: Residence SOS B. JONE9Uefaodant deed to bo J..u.d tiivraon. Tbafrtlfu !ISO'I'UK TO CHKIllTOIII
>ata numbara and ytara of To all craditora and all par.on. .
Homes, Inc. Across from Helm Magnolia GCS. (Opposite Tarn liiUAma, the "rllllllln" of Ihs ".vlnl( claim. or d.manda
Funeral Home, on Illthway= IS, Mill). KOTICR or arrr property, and the namoa In which a 'alnat Poll a.....,..
6-lMfe *
II You and etch of
was amused are ai ulluwa you, are hero
Green Con by
Springs 1.IlterOR IVrilfkau notified and
iurii! a JO.MKU: l' o. Ml rogulrad to pra.
SINGER DIAL-0-MATIC Sew. Ha.ldano. Unknown Year of Jaauanco Juno t, A.D any Ulnn and d.m.nd.
tii ill which you, or either of you,
SALE: 1960 2-bedroom leg Machine Zlt ..r'. sews on YOU ARK HEREDT: NOTIF1KU iAs p l have aCHIniii Ihn *al..ta of may
mobile home, $1795| $195 down buttons, make buttonhole : that a cult has be.. filed, L.OII ID n"C't.f'o".. hi I.tlolun I. ItUTII a.:. UlCIMIlliM d.......<..
"J-H-M xalnit you In iha above .ntltlnlraua Dm-tlnn 14, Orange Into of Cluv Ccunty,, to
and $55 month. Call 284-1151. doe all fancy denlfns. Sold end you are hereby n- H Qulrod to nerve upon plantlff'a Niim in which .........: County Couithouio' Green Cove
..i CLASSIFIED 7SttoFOR new for over ZOO. Pay off balance attorney whew* name and .1- i*. l I. (.., ., lUira. Hprlnia' Klorl.H. within alt
ADVERTISING RATES of $61.40 or' assume monthly : dress appear hron. your writ All of call properly b.lnll In nionlha from the dole of the
SALE OR TRADE FlTO i' ten dafrna.a. If any to the bill the County ot Clay, Stab of firm nuhllcatlon: of till. nollca
8 POINT TYPE: ,(This size payments of $7.80. Will 'IIr complaint. In avid sulk copy Klrrl.lA. Each claim ir demand, moat ba
room frame house on half take older IIr which' la dollvrrod to you ('el... such crrllflrata or rortlf. In wrltln and muck alma tha
): type) First Insertion up CARD OP THANKS and machine as part herewith. on or bstrnApYUeI 11.11..hall ba rd -.,n..t accord- pl..... ot rvahlann. and pn.twfflaaddrs. .
lot two miles west of
aero payment. Call Credit : l 1. A. 1>, I I+ S.llarvln In .. of the .
|-j> to 30 words for $1.50 all Manater. to law tha property ..rlh... lUlnmnl and I must
IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 GCS, about 95% completed. i foil not or d.erta pro In curb crtlfK-ataa will\ ba sold h* sworn In bv the claimant,
IX: over 30 at So per word. Ad. Jacksonville oonl.... will It* entered again to th. hl.h..t bidder at tho ills or hi. altnrnay or
:)C dltional consecutive Inser- words for $1.50 all over 30 House .la almost new. Will sell S53-l.4 night or day. VIU 'you (or tha relief prayed In the court house door on the first It will become void aooorillnc loKach
on terms and help fet financial bill of complaint.THK MomUy In Aimu.t. un! which I..W.
: dons, minimum of $1.20; all at Bo per word. deliver no oblltatlon. !: NATVIIK OF SAID SUIT la ih* Ind d.v of Anau.t, ISIS : erodlinr shell deliver
or will trade for property MS-ttp BKINU: win Ulvarro.WITNRHS Iio1S'ot.d. hla llth day of Juna, lufflclant crplva of hla claim to
::- over 30 words at 4o per or arrest In Alachua County my hand and the I nalila tilt County Judo' In mail'
): word. seal! of aitld Court al Omen tC'tbtIt'' SPY':It.' o n. to each par.onal r pramit*.
.. If Interested call GalnesTtll FOR SALE OR TRADE Two. Cove 8nrlna-a. FIivrMa' this OkOUUH t. CARLISLE tlv*.
LEGAL ADVERTISING: old female 7th day of duty A.U teen Clerk f f CIIlr .ult four of l>.tfd Juna II AD. IMS.
IK 1 1151 after 7 ,.m. year Brail Ideal
$!: 11 POINT TYPE Clay County Klnrlda. M. !I', lUrlnmn
First Insertion $1.40 per 7-8-Jte for breeding Will sell or trade ?.', 14 II, ID% p.1.II A. K..culor' of the Lest,
!: (This size type) First nKOnOK I. CARLISLE Will anil Tr.tamrnt' nf Cross it Intersections. Jay.
Inch; each additional Insertion for a male. Call GCS W-9J1. Clerk Circuit Court HITII H. IIICIIAItni,
insertion to 30 FOR SALE Three bedroom Hv Vivian. H. lohra visit riHcrrr romr or ..... walkers frequently get hit by
;, up' $ .to per Inch; or at house, with carport floor fur. T-15-ltp I>cpntr Clerk ct.". rot''>TV. rioRiui Klrat publtlauuuuuu oral I |.|lit -/8 drivers who don't expect pedestrians
';: words for $3.00 all over It. n. IlKOW In CHANCKHT: ..U..p.
required by Statute naco and air' conditioner In. Attorney for I'Ulntlff >.. 11.\.,"-"' to cross the streetIn

;. 30 at lOo per word. Ad- eluded. Good location. AU Cy FOR RENT .VMroaait."l LAW Kxrhnnn lllilsr. riUIIUtTTH IMalntlfC II \\'ITT. Alps TIIH 1"011" nnciir roinr it the middle of the block.

;:; ditional consecutive insertions elono fenclnt. Corner of Idle Jiiekaonvllla. Florida" ltNKSr .- It n.4'01(.II ttrt:HV tTILUHIUt. Smart pedestrians children
FOR RENTi Ono and two bedroom T-U-ltp .: C't It\\'ITT. lit Ml
: READING NOTICES Per and adults took both
:: minimum of : wild and Hithland Avenue. l>*f ndant TIIh1 Oln'II.C''NT': : ".\y. ways
: Call 1(4-1411. apartment, MOTH H or Ill? 'I\rIN: II\SK. a rurpnr511on before crossing at Intersections
:; ::1:. 10; all over 30 words,, line, 15C.DEADLINE. lights and water Included. 411 in( LAI TIIH t rinriir'III Ill, KLIIHIIIV roiHT or THK RTAThi' or FLOIUD-To. II.51011 1. 3.7TMl

t:; at 8c per word. FOR SALEt RO ADM: ASTER Ferris Street.' Call SS4-9J81 or la t......., 8111 KII.N: .lib:>ST tlrvct C. HKV\;, Apt.I'IT.I Jll. JnNlcl'Ir' |>. WHKTflTDNH: NIL,.

BUICK A 1955 beauty In 1(4-1780 nltht. 7-8-tlp raw O.VTVV.MITUK: \Mihlia' .'.11.. Trim unmarried, at al,
: mint condition with air conditioning Whit KI MENIA: JONES, : to UK OK MIN,
that a suit has boon flUdaialnit
: column inch $1.40. No dis preceding publication date and all power .... FOR RENT S-roora furnished 1'tslntfftvs.' you In tha above entitled Notlca In h.r.hy iilv.n filet
Apt. 100 West Strrrt. Phone cause and you art harahyrauulrad tmriimnt In a Kliml. liner** of Minim
: counts. of Thursday. than (1.000 actual mile, US,. GCS JOE JONES. Sit. to aerva upon plaintiff* Kor.rlo.urr rnlorml In cau aniinihorad OUManwJpfHrl I
tSt-Slll. 1"' (
cro U.47-C "
In the
...LL.................. .a. . . . . May be seen at Crew's Gulf altoner whraa, nerve and aAdr..eaplt..rhar.oe Court of CMy I Coiintr, FIrrIIb Circuit I at1 a..4 yZ
. . . . your wrlttan
. . . . . . . .TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT? FOR or 'IITTUB I will aril) file :::: tltuxlo.i; I
furnished '
Station, Green C... 1-15-ltp T. S-room .., If any, to tha bill of enm In |irip.rlv
\.ANTED TO BUT OR RENTI' FOR BALEI I-Melroom brick collate on river For lnforma STATE; or rMJIllPA-TO: lilalnt' ,In all ault copy of which' Clay Oat.County. Morlda, .....
JOB JONES: HU. U dMIvtrtd to you horawlth, tn
lodl'm, 2 or S-l f'CIroom home how on 2 lets SO' g IU' ,ac h. FOR SALE 8.roBTU air ties phone S84-SS74. S-lllfc l'nknu..n or h.fc.r. Aimunt I A.H. IMk. Inn IC, lilmk I. M\lA.. \: >o\\'. A
'HIliMiK, .. YrS>
YOU AKU HUKKlir: : NOTIFIED Ilrraln' fall not or dorroo loll f it j' .r.I"11 Ini.l s +
n Green eo. Springs Sr' Wlthla elCF limits .. N. 6 t. conditioner almost new( not that a cult hit been film. ...In.t will ba ontvrad against'prnNnftmio let l racorilnd In I'lm Hook a,
lunge rark. Need not later' lobaa Avenue. \\lU It'U fur. bit enough for owner 'I" FOR RENTI) S-bedroom honed. vim In the ai>o\* ntltUd cnurv >. ynti for tha rolli-t preyed In tha raii>a .II nn.l II, of Ih* puMiurjmird. ,

ban end 01 AarUIIC. Write nllbed or unla..hl'Cl. For In Call GCS 4-11K or see It at 173 Bayard Street Call Martin I .anti. .you upon art plslntlfr..tlorn.y her.h' required 10 hill of romplolnt.TIIR NATUHR. :.OF "UO SUIT of I'lor County, Sir|

house, Bog 571, Gnn Cove formation phone IU.S1Z1 0prings. y' Weatrott Trailer Ct. Roberts T.lor'A 4-1(41. or' V.t.. who. nama and aildria appnarl n51NI15O)1" / nivnucB. 'at.haul uutillK\l.l.l.l.r i.litn fur and
WITNESS f" at tha
harem your writ I." der.nus. : my hand anti theanal
Ion.tlp 150. ...SU.lIut e3UYER'S St. 7-15-ltp 1117 St. Aufu llne. 7-8-tfc It any. to the hill or eumplaln of talil Court at llroon Cora front door nf the Clay County
In 8O.tI. C'ollrlh,,".., ilmn ('"v* Hpnn ..
'"It. rope, or .1I1"h I Is Hi.rlnu. Klurlda. this lib Any ot
FOR RENTi Two bedroom ,1..lIver.. you herewith, on or July:: Ala I l lull. Morlila J. tw..n MO I n'llirk world'r"j'ul'r IAlt.. ISIS ( AM amr, I 011 nMm'k r' 11 on
furniahed h o n I.. Centrally MKAl.timiinns: u CAnt.nt. S he born dav nf July l 1"18.
ll.raln fall not or tI..r.. '
pro (SEAT\ '
located. 1400 BonaTrnlure Are ronf.i.n .III .I..aprel l attain, Citric Circuit Court iiKonnn: T,
H, Vlvlun II. Motto, Ctn1.ISlp1.
GUIDE you for lh. rrlLf IreT.d| ,' In the Clurk nf newsin
nue. Call ( .Ida, or hill of n.niitr Clirk Ih Clrriill Court
1 ermpUlnt.
K4-V7CO JKNNIMM:: NOItT<1VAllnrnry llr> VKInn II ""hm.
nlhi. 7-l-2tp TUB NATI'n.1 u.10 .|TIT. for I'lulntirf .'.nll'" Clerk
HKIS'il: roil" HUorra.WITNKIM .' ,Ir"'" JOHN K IIMurKMintrt: :
-- - -- : my. hand and tilt> I' n n". la Aliiirn for I'Iu'nllff
HELP WANTED seal| or aalit four at ilrwn Cove 31 CONDITIONING BEVERAGES PIANOS Springs, Kliirlita, till. tint day "I..r"I.!, Jarkannvlll I, KlorllnLUllrllAII
of Juna A, "H. ISIS _._____ : : .
BABY KITTING) Esprrlrnced RAMiirnnnK focus
it Tim cot n T or TIIH <'or*.
MILBERGER QUALITY PIANOS and reliable have baby sitting Clerk. Circuit i. TV .I1'1'1It, Ct."" inilTV.
PAUL'S'AU card. \M11 work any hours 1111 lltr Vivian II. Nnhm rl.CIIt III'II. It HHUH\TI AUTO LIII'4'SV
In rat! Kutnta: of
REFRIGERATION Now O. DUplaySale Cypress Street, telephone 11491.''J'nulT Jwnha Clark, C'IIA III.( .:" HyllAIlT >l>'llllll l.'
- - - - --
7-15-ltp I Attre.r for flalnllff. I..t.aiv4.Til .
Legal Beverage . Service AtidrM.I i AI.LCUKIHTOI1H AND HKItKiVH The CMbllen 3rstwlfJAaSw"

SERVICE EAST TERMS WANTED Wsltreao, apply lit Jacksonville tat Law Ft.: ihan KlorMa.. nulMlnr' ; IIAVIMI. AOAINMrNAIU CLAIM' OlKkMANIKI One Nmway U, Barer, MOM.OJ115laoia '

HART FURNITURE CO. person at Frank' Truck Stop (....410 KMTATK'I ,., <.,1.. my "obwrVtkxi. fa Silo
Open I A. M. to 1 A. IL You ...II of ..
C..ltt_'... ..,..........I ZttValnntSl' rhone 214-ltlI Illthway 17. S mile tooth of -- "ufi Aai and raiiulrad you ara. lo a pra rby Monitor' for (''. poled crwckad boo i ibw

zed n...... 1Jen_ Orf.a COT Sprint, Fla. Green Core 7lSlfoMKS. i aunt any rlitlnu and dnmamla I anckua' $ :; IU.S. >-a.,
9 S. Palmetto Street Deal County Un whlih you or either of you
CHURCH NOTICESCIIRIHTMV may hov. a.aln.l the aalala, ot Q I VIA |J4 O I "unl** |UQ
Horn Phone 114-97(0 North of Grant Park REAL ESTATE: IIOl'StHlrEi If you Churl. llnharl M< Uridn, ...,...*.
Business rhone 114-9511 I II I hat tpare tulle, If you nerdetira BCirNCESOCIETT II nl,. Inir of ald r'nunlyo'. the 1ItDM 1l I .....,... 't
I'nuniy JinU of Clnr ( Only,
lWiMBM.M *IPFLIANCFS money, you can earnrlbt .'1. ./ hi. offl< In lha rosin None.- .
BOATS I TWIN REALTY In nrlihborhood .h...... al Mid C>ninlv at IIr... -
your Cor. E. nODI Con St. 4 !'"t. Kiirlnira.' rinrlila' wllhlnal .ltro/ WI seer ShoeCSy /
IliUa T. XethRealtor I shoeing tine Avon produrla.Urll N. Magnolia Aa.GRFIN ."lrn"lar rnnnlha from the f51SIID A .te/c.,

TV APPLIANCE Mr., Odds Sweat P. O. time of Ih.. 'Ir.l Mirillrallnn. of 8T,7JOd0 ,1/.1' I1l1 INLET MARINA COVE SPRINGS t 11,1. nolli Two fuftf nf aark'lalm .
SERVICEWe Hot SIO, Un Oak, rU. ,"' or rlnmanil ahall ha Inrrlllnv "".__HP,_
ft RENTAL oft SALES 11.0511.1 "' and shell plot> Oh.poor. : Service Station ha*
Repair An BrandsSerrlrlnc 7-IJ-lle fIr r..ld.nn* ."'. "...t offlo" '11I1
and roud rvlct .
County Boatyard ft ACREAGE oft LOTS July" II. I98JI ....Ir.>* nf IJiialrnanl| and for your concnliTm

Clay Evidential CommertUl i SALKS WUKt{( EEcel- Subleell. "".11 (i* sworn tn hv ttia Slam, When you IWf'd Ut.
For ftliteen Tears MCRCTRT ant a..nt, "r aiinrn.r ai.>l

range Tack Ph. 2I4I5CSFULLERTON'S SALES SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILLRS industrial I lent opirortiinity srmi .UK: "aiAnmnnlitd..* Antler ami', n.h(Slam llln., nr fan M.., Mutt glv u* a call.LARUE'S TRY A SMALL AD

Serving Greater Clay Cooaty I ntin-tl limn or wurnnn UI( A rardlal' Invitation I. riUndK ..,...* nor e< III.1' .' ... .11 h. 'iMtiv ,
It:.I'". II 1I.lIrl.l. K'M
Notary PnblteP110NV f call on I ImKiiH-M* JIOIIHCM in to attend oar .errl.n. h."""" ..r .. ..' "hi. .... .
Wet Dry Stone I.,'. lOr e'h'I.o Ill'...'I SI.llei.fa. .
( lay Con uly are;. KXHHM | de,....... SKKVICK; : STATION FOR
| 24 N. Orange AT*. Marino Wars OlncIII.JlII First' pul.ll.etlx. ..15. lOd1Illit'. I
2114(44aCCOCNUNQ 't ploy i Jilit-rul com mi.1- fhano. til-fit
l.rwn Cove Spo. !
p ious. 11unt l have cjir. Full FARM LOANS sills Junction llwy II .* IT I
Phone 2I4-M1S Ave. S. at 8tGrr
Orange Park Orange Bay it Turf r01lr' Jt :'. BIG RESULTSA
.M Cove flprlnn 'or, j part-tinto work. Inlcri mi Mr i" 01* fimi Jrrrn 'eveprint..
'.'t < 111 Irk MOM mt, I
INS CRANCE ,->tiiit mien Kcrvico work onTIMBER In. lla
( : Seas.. i'lIIUHI.O'ITU I -
I ,Urito fully to SaIcR", | 1..1

A Z UPHOLSTERY All oraliliirt of lta I -U.I* of
TAX SERVICE: : + a IlANaiEH Charlutl I 1. Muhlhnftr dwoa4. AND PA<,ir ACqi'AINTANi:

Lisle Kenney Owner Special Agenttwena.e HI Matnolla Avenue {| M I I C PART-TIME are I h.lo.raby an. noliriail" anti>r: Hi r.'IuIn.1b end. ,. I will Boon* active' and renew my Inlrrnt. UIlia

| N Orange AYe. Oreen COT wits .......1 0.t.tee Green Cove Sprint GENERAL: FARMS .whPk,aid. ..1.Ih.'.r 'lea mat Hi.' 0'I Ifl ,' e5sxe1.,/ ,Ika, real oaUlo flrkl. Nm llallnc 'In heu.... Iota, lIu.l.n. -

TeL tM-<7tl Complete loniranr CT. Phono SII-HII ('..antf Jui|.. "' U. 'vunly, ... locations, acrrair. Our tutu' ,. ,la, new rip for de-

|Personalized l Services LIFT PIRE: AUTO rac PTJRNriURE ral N long Trrm . no Urcn rioriila\ ,IV la>. m,'*|1" nt-.....Ih"1..> '..., Trkipm, .nl. ApprrrlaU .hrarlnt from an,....
IBAccounting penalty on pre-payment wllkia/ ill. ii.n.lur iiHiniln from
HOMEOWNERS the dale of i he fii i .Iht! ," NOTi: II4T three .bedroom. hou.. u trail.
& Tax *.MORTGAGE' LOANS BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS' II:HIRALLAHO!' "f th,o ...>ll. r.. .h ..I.t l lm ir .... I., home In Oranf rant
Itefnrnsfr maud rn...i IN. n,, .,' ,lInll and
II If l>n>i>>fr, > rldr.uh.. *
"New Pumltur t CALL: CRESCENT
THE G.lae.vllk
Raciness. Firms & ,.....*. Green' CM t4-U4l rlalmani. ....I musk. h. awara lo SARAHALLOCK
with the Old CernIOTt"C. 11" lha lalmaai' Ale. a.*ni, or
IndivitltmlentNnee' I.MienriDe 'U-IItS 4)11 IUIIIb Rlrott kla,. aiiorn.t .,t I will IM...maoM R... Ra| ralaU. Broker
A. HfMMEtDont PHONE 284-31661 v' ari-ftrdlnii. u, uJan
: none 174.1414I II 1501.Walls I IS SI. Johaa. AT*. Phono III.*]ll Or... COT* prln,.
C* 4I'AHKY'S Pa.'..tees DELIVERYW.D.Morris Sloe M.hlh..f.f'i
) .: ..-iil.r if the r.laiaI I. I'. floodwln. Salesman" -
I Take Lees cI _..m, ""' 'ri, Ckarlnlta, Mahlkof.r. ,
f>.. ...'!.
I When You Can Oet Th Bead / ..U..I

lane ....... 11NMa i

S L PalM SU Tat tM-SSM Dbtrlbajtor .....ew ... "'..4 .... I MADAM ROBERTS I

Latlocg S. Ones *..... Ghee Cr RprlnnPfcowo P

Tot lau All Jersey Milk M4IMSI7PIIOLSTKRY !I

trance Park I u....... Palm Rosier k

taa/tag. BUM TeL IIWU1 For
(Cart Purnlttm) ,

ArkeenvilleBisdlag a der RL.TeL711.2221. HOME DELIVERY 22 Tears Experience I READER AND ..IoVilOa II you don't trade

Tree T.t1.a.e I

Pkb-Cp .* IVtrory I
TRADE: m AICTTKDtOOPTALCK CALL l4-9t49 or M411MrtttirmtR Week Oara...... with UI we've both
c.. "I l> y.. with all affair" .* tit.TWr ,

mCE: EQUIPMENT' 2'ROUTLDCPUZI I are a oaoltt. pewWar too great for her U kelp yj loot !


: SCPPLT co. taw Rhea,..,.......-..... on boat. poor paooato prtaUa Jab SPECIAL READING I $1,00AH \'AN' NK83: NOW;

c- .... ll Our stnleo wtfl
Lloyd E. Jones Jr, Owner pU R.oe.nk Btrd piety '". and rn4I... ....... gad ...,....... FRED DAVIS BINCK' PONTIAC INC

In'tel' oar prkj wffl broovaombl ,
Specialist la Jsck..vUk *. DAILT 34.2f.11F.N.- 4M Orange A... ,..... .HIS-.U GCH

Off c* Supplies and
Offlcsj Eojolpincnt
.. Tko pRarrxDOAT MATE ..Look For Tho Sin. Of Th Tabs*

Complete Un of OrwUaff CLAY COC3TTT CRRSODfT "
OAT* *** e4tttlpyi

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"AGE six !(Jtav.Qotint! CnrCetlt nnntsbAT,'jprm S, jmfYerkes .


of these problems: could really '

\ : Closes. : 35rYear on.productive By 1934 research the :.chimpanzee be sissies levXm, P. ,E Win Resign M ,HI,. C & Penney Farms

f population 'had- reached 42, so ,Reporter Miss, HERBERT D. 1f1'B&: ".bone BZf-MM

/ ;Chapter In Orange Pk. it was obvious that the physical AUGUST KOEBEK; nter mftsfon 'study class SM clowns, and all kpecles-oft

I problems of animal care were Memorial services for the sidmnscDready In the past, the latlo and ferociouswtld: 1 ian

being solved. Rev. August Koeber were la-tBs average Attendance has bent mats (people dmsed',\ipv

By VIRGINIA ROGERS: I Wim'ex Memorial Church: '..wi 437, and \interest continues eta Every braneh't>f, the ervi.
Many scientists have carriedout .
"With the departure last week both animals and humans tak- numerous informative ex. 8,.The Rev. Edward .Ralph of run: high.'For the June SO. was represented' there we

11t the Guardian Lutheran Church: JulY' 7, and July 14 meetings numerous beautiful,, grecef
'of the last of Its apes and en into consideration, the large, periments in chimpanzee devel
leaders horses, and M sorts .vehi..
Man ,06
land In.Manderlnwaa: .charge of devotional have
monkeys, the Yerkes Laboratories high, well drained plot of opment and behavior over the
ends KIngsley Avenue outside the service interment,Was,In Mrs.U. C. Robbins, Miss JKaCrumra. lei cleverly and. appropriate
of Primate Biology on years at Orange Park! Until
the Memorial Home Commuai .and Mrs. Helen Springer decorated fur the occaslo'
over 30 years of productive research Orange Park was chosen. Con- recently, the Laboratories have
ity cemetery. while the book studies One of the bnmorous dlrUia
In the Orange Park location struction began during the seldom permitted publicity in I
: Mt. Koeber. was born May have been ably conducted} by consisted of a docen> ama
winter of 1929, and by tho sum- non-scientific writings, becauseof
4 1881in New York Ha Mrs., Miss Eva children's r4 automobiles thE
Beginning July 6, a large mer of 1930 the Anthropoid Dr. Yerkes' belief that "No .City, May C. Orr,
the delicate Breeding Station of Yale University attended Concordla Hoover and Mrs. C. H. Coker wen steered la all sorts moving van began toriety Is no help to scientific
Ft.. Wayne Ind. Concordia be formations, ,.and. Were- drive!
task of safely moving the as 1 if was first named, work" This mass of research ;' The July 21 session will-
I I Seminary at St. Louis Mo.; in.charge of Mrs. H. L. inset by the ShHners (HduJts), .
animals to their new quartersin was complete. I with chimps is, in the words
and.Biblical Seminary,In.New witht Mrs. Marshall Merriam truck was always OB .hand
build The first chimpanzee residents -
the just-completed of George W. Corner, M. D., F-
York.. City. leading the devotions feed the miniature cars ga <
tugs of what is now the Yerkes were four animals! from j ". . greatly advancing our ;;
He served the Lutheran' Une that"", continually nee(
Regional Primate Laboratoriesof the Yale laboratory, Bill, knowledge of the mental pro
Emory University at Decatur Dwlna, Pan, and Wendy They'were cesses of higher animals and kMEI Church Missouri Synod, Indifferent The: Rev and Mrs. Perer R. ed.Most
pastorates for. 53 Batchelor busy of:.the parade partlc
Georgia The animals soon joined by 16 young'' man." I I are having a

were moved overnight, in orderto chimps captured In French years and'happy time in Connecticut, pants came from various par
!I In 1935 the laboratories were I On Sept. 19, 19S7 he became wearing recreation withiBbelr of the Bate of .Coanecticu
have them as cool and quietas Guinea and presented to the
I Incorporated in Florida as the a resident of. the Memorial work.They attended then famous but man;' were from< Canad
possible and each van load Laboratories by the Pasteur
Yale Laboratories of Primate dome Community. On July 4, 2'i hour Barnum Festival New York New Jersey, Mae,
was accompanied by a laboratory Institute of Paris This latter
staff member familiar to group was brought over from I Biology, Inc., and after the retirement he died at the. Mary. M. Olin parade In Bridgeport, July 5, achusetts, Ullnolv,and eVe

them. Africa by Dr. Henry Nisnen, of Dr. Yerkes were Clinic.. with- its 30'bands, 34 beautiful two divisions fromi our.bejovt
renamed the Yerkes Laboratories He leave several nieces and fiesta a whole bus full of Florida.*
During the 1920's, Dr RobertM. who was to continue his asso-
of Primate Biology, Inc., nephews.
Yerkes, Professor of Psy- ciation with the Laboratories
in his honor. Succeeding Dr. | ., "" I Helm Funeral Home.was in
chology at Yale University until his death in 1958. s
Yerkes as directors were; Dr. charge of arrangements.
dreamt of building a laboratory In 1931 the population again I'
Carl S. Lashley, 1942.55; Dr.:.
devoted to the breeding and Increased with the gift of 10
Henry Nissen, 1955-58; Dr. memorial home community 2
raising of chimpanzees for use more chimpanzees\ some ma- Arthur J. Riopelle, 1959-62; '1/,,! ".v. Vviiuani P, fcrwiti lieu renigiieu Ih v.c.r
in developmental and behavioral ture adults, from the colony and then, in 1963, the present St. Mary Episcopal Church and will leave on Aug. 1, with ney Memorial 10:15: o'clock

experiments. He had already maintained by the late Madame director, Dr. Geoffrey Bourne. his family, to take up new'duties In Cranbrook, !Mich. ervlcek on Sunday will be the

worked with a few of Abreu of Cuba. These mature Mr. Erwin, who came to Green Cove a little more than Rev. George S. Sutton.
A new grant from the Rockefeller
these fascinating large primates animal advanced the breeding two years ao, will do graduate study and research at the
in small laboratory facilities I plans of the Laboratories by Foundation In 1929 con- Institute for Advanced: Pastoral Studied" Bloomfield Hills, Intercessory, prayer meetingIn. H.U'JXU KOWKX1V.: : AUK: 1IKRK:
the lecture at 9:30
tinued financial support for room :
at Yale, and with the several years. Before the end
Mich., together with extensive case work In pmtoril rounHcllng -
five more years, and since o'clock, next Friday, I.
of the first In
encouragement of Dr. James year Orange a* pr'est on the staff of Christ Episcopal Church
Rowland Angell!, then presidentOf Park, the first infant was bornto then money has come from In Cranbrook. t

Yale his dream Dwlna and Pan, and was various sources, Including: the The Rev., Frederick Andrei
Ills resignation Is effective Sept. 1, though he and hiM
left last Monday for New t.4-
Ford Foundation, National Re- 1
reality. He made plans appropriately named Alpha, family m to,tlke the month of August to move to their York to meet his wife who has t f
for the colony and with the who Is still a thriving memberof search Council, Atomic Energy now home.In .
Commission, and the National been visiting, relatives in Ger
help of Dr. Angell secured financial the colony today.
a letter to the mission board of St. Miry, Mr Erwin Before to Penney
many. returning
support In the form ofa During the early years of Institutes of Health.
1 laid "working and nerving'with/ you has had IU own Farms, they will visa
10-year grant from the the Laboratories, there was Yale University gave up its specie IrcwjrJ for u,.*
their three children and return
Rockefeller Foundation for the i much to be learned, mostly by sponsorship of the laboratoriesIn The,Rt. Rev,' Hamilton Went, Episcopal Bishop of the home Aug.. K. I

building and operation of a I trial and error, about how best : 1956, and turned them over Diocese of Florida IN expected to name a nuccetiiior In the
primate laboratory to feed and care for these /Intriguing to Emory University of De- near future. I
I The Rev J. W, Crelghton
After carefully considering animals so humanlike catur, Georgia. During the following -

Several possible locations, with I I and yet so different from )I years Emory found it left yesterday for an extended I
not, perhaps, realize what is visit to members of his fam-
the convenience and welfare of man. Only after the solution difficult to utilize the labora Jhtlihhcr
I tories' facilities at such a great I happening to their property ily. His first stop is scheduledfor

But short of major renovatIons Highlands, N. J., to. visit
distance, and finally obtained
PAY LESS INTERESTFOR a grant from the National Institutes (Continued From Page 2) Walnut may, within two> his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Camp-
or three years, be a deserted bell. The next will be at Wellesley -
of Health for the con- and action.
street, with those few men Mass., to visit his. son,
struction of a regional laboratory Very obviously those and -
chants left on It by-paused. J. ,
R. Crelghton. After that heI I *,
to be known as the Yerkes other programs need to be I
These, or others like' them, will proceed to Cleveland to
Regional Primate Laboratories weighed, and some given priorities '
are the problems we should visit his. daughter, Mrs. Mildred . Ye>._t'" s happy to be here, hut In time to Welcometo
of Emory University, locatedon and some put off. They
WITH A MONEYfc fe the Emory campus cannot all be done at once. But wrestle months. with And In forget the coming is'j' Barry About the middleOf I CUjr CM sty Lads. Reynold. Jobnu-Msnville, Taylor
Beginning In 1963, the Laboratories we cannot continue to put I August* he will accompanythe I Mobil lien and others on the way .. and to Invite
SAVING past and what did not come {
began acquiringsome them off or we will find ourselves to that I Barry family to I .Platte fanelci ofl' good feed to visit! .* hi set IW1I' .....Uoa.A .
PCA LOAN young orangutans" andlIol'lI1ls In the position of producing pass one or another of Lake,. Mich. remaining thrr I _
proposed. --
I until after Labor Day
the payrolls for the --
.a for use In further research Though Louis Reynolds has,
i betterment of other communities. ,
In primate behavior and
up to biology, and the present colony I as I understand it, succeeded With two-third of the mm-
George Washington as the largest OUR HOURS NOW ARE11A.M.T010P.M
7 years to repay also includes a wide variety of The new shopping center property owner in the mmm IillJI'JmIIDlm! : .IIIfJt .

monkeys. that will shortly start up on
Compare the true Intertit State of Virginia, no one will
of a PCA loan with'' Although the present laboratory Orange avenue together with suppose he has gone to the ,

the cost of other loans. professional staff, Includ- other things In the making lengths to which he has to geta .

i'' Don't buy capital Improvements ing Drs. Charles M. Rogers, will have a very great and detrimental foot In the Green Cove door
ALSO !Serving Fresh CatfIsh with
r unless you've financed them ass Richard K. Davenport, Normnn effect upon the attractions without same substantial IlimbpnpplesSPECIALLUHCHEONSANDDIHNEBS

cheaply as possible. FOR LOW Gullloud, William Draper, and . physical and economic plans. They win materially
COST PCA PROOF, SEE i . of Walnut Street, I
Frances L. Fits Gerald, are t to the degree with which we

Northeast Production Credit leaving Orange Park with great especially the two blocks lust cooperate and make Green

: reluctance, they can look forward to the east and west of Orange Cove an attractive place in

\ Association 569 Edgewood Avenue S., to larger and more modern avenue. 'I which to work and live II CALL THE CRESCENT RALPH and ROW'EN A YARBRAY, Owners

121 Main Street, ralatka JacksonvilleTeL facilities In the large university Borne of the property owners rSay

t. EA 5-JJ6J TeL EV Cnn setting of Emory. are absentee owners and do
You ]lIonel ]It t in River
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4w ; that's livditr, driving that's fun. Steer for .

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Yrs. C. Yo BurkLaIter, Green eQn
C..eac :*>.0iIII.F1a. SpringsI
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\\'+en you buy WOBe U. S. CHOICE . W-O Bf&NO POT
I f you buy only top
quality' beef wr tender R oast 59'UL
deliCIOUS, perfectly . V
marbled' ta give you S. CHOICE . WO BRAND CHUCK
extra taste without extra
co -
fully trimmed to rt- S. CHOICE . W-D BONELESS. ROUND. CHEESE . . 31' TWIN POPS . : : V
ww..r move oil excels ban PKG. TAJtNOWWIENERS te.. CANS FKOZtN lll YFRVIT

I and fat& prka before+g.packaging Look Steak.98 . . : 39' MINKS 11/99'

for the U. S., CSoke 12*.. P< .
be big inner in
ou can o
shield on the pockooe SAISAQE 59'' NUGGETS :3A
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rv.Dnew fun panty . your assurance of I e e
purchase raquirtd Simply unmatched eating enJoywent > Steak.T 100 STAMPS WITH COUTOM tWISSfl'S rtOItN SWAWBEUY
ick up*your each"Makt time you Montlop visit*/' 6IMM IEEF 5 Z3 TDRfSSCO SNORT CAKE : ; $9'
'RM' cwtssn/s rtoiw CHOCOLAHFIKE
friendly Wi }DixI.!
4 WlITIII ; ; ; Ib 19' CAKE.7S'

PWOS QUANTITY COCO BJGKTS THRU JULY RESERVED I7TM -- :............. ............ .....
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iCfECTI 411I Grapes. 2ui 49sr tlCL 71
I ix GRBN STAMPS>% 5 ;' 59 ESM CRISP 1 I-LB. CAN ;

-_-_>M. rcNoe* -'. Cucumbers. u 5/

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I fEX.TnvClUNSTAAUn/% Tomatoes '2 "39/

--........... IRISH MOUNTAIN CCWN POLE \s;-
Beans. 2 39/
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AsTOR INSTANT ,. n>i.*. rKOJ 59

... .. Potatoes . 69x

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0_ '" Pears ,
EX..A .. ,ICULAX toe . B.,. CANS $TOraY) y : :: 491
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J1L._!!"_ ... Tomato Sauce . 3/25 SFIQUR G ,
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Mi oe Ice CREAM I _Gr*_.M Sill, Cream Com . 8$1.KG.
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I I Jii GISIN_.,. 49'Lt. ua 3J. '. 44'--'CANS THRIFTY MAO 1'A Jumbo TowtlsMargarine
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M..NNc.w..f Tomato Juice . 41.
_? .Ml fUIM *IJ*.". K& 49f . 12.*..,CANS TMMTY MAD
Corned Beef . . 39<
ETRAA M& JAJtr . M*.. I CAN CALO t : IL uF
I 1 ._ Dog or Cot Food . Ity ROLL .
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... Stuffed Olives . 31.
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OTtoy!( County Crescent!

I Green Cove Leaders Hail Sale Of BaseFreeman ,Schools Sell I I III II Special!

/ / Sacramente
,'(Continued F/oml/Page t)
Everett, presidentof Harry Perlman, owner oHarry's TOMATO h
the Oreen Cove Jaycees, said of 22.5 cent per gallon for propane r
said 'it's!
q Men's Shop, Witford
he thought It was "all wonder r gas from Propane JUICE i
ful" one of the finest things that Gaa Co. of Orange Park
Everett, who attended the ever happened In Oreen Cove' The company will supply the I I 10.... Can
meeting of the City Commission gas to 11 schools In the county
"We are now at the begin 15c
when the deal was cinch.
ed, Raid it was his impression nlng of a new growth, a new Bids also were opened for I'

the Jaycees were 100 per cent tense of progress, both In the classroom furniture with New
behind the Reynolds purchase."I Equipment Co and An Flavor
don't know how anyone I city and In the county in general Standard School Service, Inc., Idl d IOM Marvel I
submitting the low
could be against It. The city X think the city offclala bids The ;
ha-mt got Reynolds connec contract. call for the supplyingOf |ICE(]
are to be congratulated"Mrs chairs, dew, filing'cabinet I Is
Ions to develop the property; v
It hasn't even got Reynolds' Alex Pupkin, president I II and other classroom supplies & MILK
I 'In final action, the board accepted .
money to keep It up I think >I of. the VIA.Womans Club, laid the resignation of Law. PLAID STAMPS
It's a wonderful deal for all "G.l Cto.'
"a* a native of Green Cove I rence A. Rey, an art teacher at
the people of the community.
am in favor of whatever will Oreen Cove Spilngs Junior i FOR QUALM GIFTS! 45'

,, M, C Mayhugh, owner ofMayhugh foster our growth and progress High School .. = Jll5 t I 1115i1'N1 #
I H1 >.. tSH Y MIE L EJl.flll N 1161{ l A .
s Drug Store, said I If this, as we all hope, means

r the city could not afford to new people and new ideas, I Grade "A" Quick Frown Oven Ready YoungTURKEY

keep the property The city' v r"r am happy about our prospects." TRY A SMALL AD 8 to

r . .T Mrs. Pupkln husband said as 38
bought it for the purpose of Average
far'as he was concerned It "Is
putting industry in there and FOR LB."Super.R1bt" .
the greatest thing sine they
thatj what they have now baseball" Tender Lamb ShoulderROAST
started Sunday
t , done, I am very happy about t
I It." I ,Luther Wilson, chairman of
the Board of County Commissioners LB. 38'
? Richard Beseler, president of gA,d'
1 4' said he felt the City
"' ', Beseler Motors, Inc., said 'its 4
tremendous. Now we're ready Commission "did a good thing"In Gold King Frozen Breaded FantallSHRIMP
''try '; to go" selling the property to Reynolds I PACK A PICNIC PUNCH, I

: Green Cove," he said, had He said the County -
: better get ready to grow and Commission would do everything : 49"Super

at I enthusiastic s
x to change am very in its power to makeReynolds'
d , and happy about the whole in the
4 3' vrr thing And I feel that City Manager operations Fine Quality Lb.>> "Super-Right" Bonelei Beef Stew er Lb.
county profitable and happy. '
Zellner, the members of BEEF CHUCK STEAK GROUND CHUCK 168
the City Commission and all Hugh Smith, president of 58f 1 <

the others who have had a partIn Spring Motors, Bald "I very "Super.Right" Fine Quality Shoulder Lb."" Tender Delicious Lamb Lb.
this matter deserve our greatly admire the guts of the
commendation and thanks City Commission in taking this SWISS STEAK 7fy SHOULDERCHOPS!! I 48*
calculated risk Every man whoIs I. QuIck Frozen D na.ed:
in business for himself takesa "Super.Right" Fine Quality Minute Lb. \ Lb.

IYE ARE PLEASED TO i , calculated, the risk of risk survival"every day : '. CUBED STEAKS ,. 198* WHITING 19*,

"The superhuman work of . . . . ..ei. . .... .tee. .. . eeM .
our City Manager," said Smith, With an insulated jug full Del Monte
I a sort of park bench advisorto of this thirst quencher hunger JANE PARKER FRESHLY RAKED, DELICIOUS TOMATOSAUCE
WELCOME LOUIS REYNOLDS II city managers, rates a vote chaser, and taste treat, you'II
earn paeans from picnickers.
I of confidence and appreciationby Serve it on the patio, too, for a
everyone in the community mid-afternoon or late evening! .
I think it a great" refreshment I

Much Milk Shake. 'jj = 10e
. DO confident of the continuing development of Clay 3 tablespoon Instant Maxwell : t

County are we that we are opening a second store here, Don Pool's 3 House tablespoons Coffee chocolate' syrup legel Iy If1
4 cups milk Bathroem Tissue
to be located In the new shopping center In Green Cove 1 pint vanilla, coffee, or choco: M., ;11 1-1..I.Io NORTIERN
BELT-SERVICE COIN LAUNDETfalmett late ice cream 1 J
Springs: Watch for opening announcement. JSTEWART'S .,a ....... Green Ctrc Combine Instant coffee,ckoe-( TISSUE
elate syrup, of the .
Open 14 Bonn Every DaynUeoBeadlx milk In a bowl, shag: ,or electric .
blender Blend well Add : I . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. .. Roll i
5 & 10 STORE I IIf MaohieecD. remaining milk. Spoon ice piuidiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiflniiiiitiiuiiiniiiiiiuiniiioiiiin pspgssalastloisema! 4 33
.bl. Lads lie u-r... Single Leads Uertatt cream into milk mixture Beat Pat'k
Hwy 17 Orange Park I Dryi INEYZBTBODT until ice cream is melted and Ann Page.
mixture I I. frothy Serve in tall
WELCOME! glasses. Make about 5 cup or : AP Freih

r - 4,servings I PORK and BEANS COFFEE INSTANT


Only the No.1 man's 'got the CLAY i'E.E. SPECIAL. CANS 49c l'Jar" $1 09

IaggIIIISIItpuaYlllalnkiSaUtIIIINaa'Ya' tSBISaJIaaIMtNIJSBISpMMNaIRIgltapttStgpala l )

,No.1 buys : your Chevrolet dealer Green THEATRE Core Spring LAWN Country MOWER Do, Gel Vent LAWN SET

,(See him now!) Monday thru Friday CA SEATS 3-ea,

-- Ys Box Office Opens ':4S P.M. !2" Swatch Cut l Chap
Feature At 7 S TAL Cycle E..I8I $1159 l [awn Chin
-t---- $49.95
.; Saturday and Sunday Each $12,36

Continuous from S P.M.

m 2001? FLAW t Santa R* a

Wed. ThurH A Frl STAN'S I luiur tlUd.i
July It, IS, IITAMI st.'al..e slept ,55.45Ykt..1 in T RED

Coupon a-oud thru July IIleeoaea
l1 l1slat 5, JAX.MiMteveearee, 1.11.18 *)ee.iN!

o NW e.e5.IJ; '" PLUMS

CMvnld l l Impala l Sport Sedan EIECTRONOVISiOHa.arr

THE NO.1 MAN'S GOT THE CHOICE YOU WANT(MODElS, everything between, Engine*? Even the new 325-hp Turbo Ass MM Pate-r"-r.Yea, or | STAMPS

I STYLES AND COLORS) IN HIS NO 1 CAR: CHEVROLET, Jet V8 you can order, Buy? There no better time to getModels P.ddl.s., 5...+ +?55. BHBB

I ? Impales Bet Airs. Blscaynes. Styles? Sedan, yourself Into the No 1 car, Jut see the Ne. 1 man now at Sat. July IT Coupon rood. 1.11.85eaae..N km July IIJAX l8e 29i

I coupe.convertible,wagons, Color? Black,white and mot the No 1 place (where the sign aye Chevrolet')Iy *


THE MO. 1 MAN.S GOT THE STYLE OU WANT (THRIFTY SIX' OR BIO' E Am Pate 511.8 Ju Nash Tender GeUea. TeUw

Ceases teed tars Jtly ISIs
FUN CAR: CORVAIR, What sporty CHEVEUE, If you like your car a.'DISNEYLAND* n JAX 1.11.85 CORN

style It I I.: every Corvelr coupe or neat.(lied and nimble, the No 1 AFTER DARK' eN NeN5N.Ne 10"49Frwh <

5.d.n'S a hardtop now And what sport men' got it In Chevelle Standard '

driving a Corvair: four.wh..1 Independent la a hUlky Six or a powerful 1A10
ee. .rewru.w. isrun
suspension, rear-engine' traction, Fire V8. depending on model. Or A I Ass race 5x-ea Jar
July 1*. II II
vary staring; up to 180 Turbo.Charged Ch, you can order one of our livelier Turbo.Fire tall ,. .Ise
vtllt M llbu
horsepower In Cora If you order It. V85 aH the way up to 3SO hpl If you went 7 Ceases teod. 1.11.85 law July IIJAX 3 """ $1

sA Just lave It to Chevrolet to make lure ,to make cure you get Jut the Chevelle for you-the model

Corvelr look like they cot a lot. Lave and the body style and the color and the equipment-see '

It to your Chevrolet dealer to make 'your Chevrolet dealer oon. Hurryl! FIAID Lane rim Rip.PEACHES .
**""*- STatyt
k I .cure they _dont. j AniTl...el.L.. Jar
e ,
Hp 41e
995 i Coipon food w Ikra Jdr II LB. 10
YOUR JAX. T-lt.41 ,
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,,A DEALER rxtaI ...... ...... Sweat Tbempeea SeedlmeGRAPES

.,j THE tltth ... Pereb..e KJ.
,fAn511ManseSportCoupe 21JUNGLE
town, IMI IMS to en A oar lay ON nn aol Cain ''- HUNTER"Jan I ._ ........ decal 29PAGE
tww'IMI sit ...... a.... td.a ra.55e 1 ,

5 IIIIIC ''lIl1lG11l ease.M.1M
re .. 'Xe! deeee awe- ',

tI.SSt1 If your Urthday la la July, dont forget

fjgf to renew TOOT drivers Bctnae.1U .
Wed, n..... A Frl.Jaly .
ROBERTS CHEVROLET Inc. *1. U A SI K.Orange Ate Green Oeve Spring adSIM
"THI FAMILY JEWtLS"BUrrfau e e 1 e
Hy. 17.Orac Park
m # Jetty Levto
*riU.ii la ISM A4 arc ve4 vm Sea Jab 1!.
Green Core Spring
Q Ie ld"" Park !,, .

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, 'THURSDAY, JULY 1J, 19(5 FAGBlOiri

slat Bank N' .. 4U

REPORT KEYSTONE Of C01DIT10X STATE RANK ,1 Demand I Made $100 Prize Winner I( Right Of Way Being

Ta. State N riorMn 1 "n Phone Co. I
At Th. :':.* Ot BMlBtw On J... 1e,100.1 t", ,,

For Canal
Cash b"lanrs with other bank., and cash Itsms,, visitor made greater demandson Acquired
In proc..* of collectlca .......... ;.. .. tU.311.f1 the State's telephone com
United State. Government obligations direct anduarantwd
1481 BIT ITOMUatlon pant,. than ever before during
o( BtstM and' 'political'subdivision i ;!':. 1n,7s7.oSLoani : : the tourist season just ended, Acquisition of right of way for the cross-Florida burgs ccanal I worth of construction on the
and dlncounn (Including Ills il overdrafts! 1.113,11411 Is well ahead of the construction schedule according to tho canal 1* under contract now.
Bank premier, owned 124,111 II. furniture and fixx. according to a review of report
two IU.I1SI1 .. .... .......:.... 4USTT* manager of the Canal Authority of Florida. This work Includes 30 miles otexcavation
Real *.tat* owned tthtr than bank premise* ...... by the Florida Public
Other ...t. .... .... .. .. .........u..... ..... ".,1/TM Service Commission. : Giles Evans Jr. said approximately I I at both the east and
west ends of the canal, be
TOTAL ASSETS ............................. .8LIAHILITIRS / The monthly Increase In 26 per cent of the Canal right-of.way purchase laid
that miles
main telephone lUUons ranged r right of way has been Official estimate of the total noting two
I aCqUlred'1 I have been completed and
between 10.000 and 19.00 from } while about 12 per of rlght-of-wsy cost are
Demand deposits ot Individuals partnerships, and by the U.S. Army Corps
corporation. ... .'.' .. ...f .... .. l.UO.SST' last August until March, the t construction work Is under $124 million, he said. of Engineer for maintenanceand
Tim and savin deposits of i Individual*, partner.ship ". Commission contract.
.. and *corporation .. ............ .. ... UIT.SII$ i reported. "In fairness I must point cervlc.
Deposit: art nlted Matt. Government ('Including April and May growth figures By the end of fiscal! 1966, he out that Duval will bear a
**vlnr* .. . 11,101.11li.pc.lte reflect but I r raid, about 43 cent of right
I continued growth, per bigger share
of Hiai** ,and p"litlcaf .ubdlvi.tona .. (7'.OTT.IS of this cost than
iiepeelu of bank ... ..... ..,5.... 11JOO.00S214J" they show that the retort cen of way is expected to be available any other Individual county," Little Classified AdaIlriny
cbrcka, ele. ...
DFPOKITS** offloers1: .... . .. ..:..... I.MO.(104 IT IMtUITOTAU i ia ters, such as St. Petersburg with approximately 20 he said. "But the Jacksonville Ilesults to
( > Total demand dvnoilt ,... . 1.5Tt.41*.IS Miami Beach, Palm Beach, per cent of the work probably ana also will reap major economic lug\
(b) Total: time and paving* deposit 1,410.6.J :
Other liabilities ........ .,..;.... ......... ... . 4S4*.II and Clearwater are sharply Mn. C. M. Burkhalter (right) accepts a check In the under contract. benefits from the canal Users Try one and
below their mid-season peaks "I think we are keeping well when It I la completed."
TOTAL LIAniLITIGtl ...............,....t $,0$5,011... Smaller companies, serving amount of $100 from Phillip Hendemon, manager of this the ahead of the right-of.way sit Evans said million see your results
Green Cove Inn-Dixie. Mrs Burkhalter wan among $17.25
CMTL ACCOCNTi suburban and rural areas, and uation", he said. "The problem -----------
Capital (a) Crmmon stock total par value several companies located in Wflt..'. winner In the "Make: Money" fun game sponsoredby I' really had us bothered threeor Ftttttt t ++++++++ +++++++++++++++++++++

IOO.OUO..o _._ ".. .. ..."...... 30..0. North Florida are continuing \\'Inn, -Dlxle'. four months ago, however
rurplue .,. "V.V.V.ViV.......,..... ler..eeL'ndlYldedprofit.
: ; ,:.., :.:::::,,:.....,..,.,... II:*4(:IT their steady growth, according when we had no visible assets Tut Tut! Southern Bell

TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .,It..II......... MT.IIS.I? to the Commission study indicating Ya Believe? with which to purchase It. I ,
less reaction to the Which List Do I want to pay tribute to the
TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Ilut,740.U winter tourist season's closing. staunch efforts of the Duval Southern; )Hell) i pullet! n booboo

MR:.OMiD.VI Winter Park Telephone Co.. What with the high price of real estate In Green Cove County legislative delegationand Tho nwnboru of tho fln-ni Cove clerk'sami

..for. pledged other purpo.or sailansd.. ( *.cur* llafcllltl., and*bill and for example, added 203 to IU the question arises: what is it really worth. to Oov Haydon" Burns ( City Mana r'n) office, tho flroon Covo
.r.dloount and sveurliU. wad. with main station total In May; who la doing the for seeking a solution
> baaed
ar* be
The answer appears to on polico ilopurtaiont mid tho Green Cove fire tlopartmont .
menu to repurrhes.i> ................. ....... "..TtO,1I Florida Telephone Cosp. of As a result of the governor'sand
Lran* a. shown abov. are after ......C'UOft ef valuation appraising. The owners doubtless have other views.WeU nil
roes,.. of .... ............. IS,141II Ocala, 304; Southeastern Telephone to find out The Crescent picked a handsome legislators' efforts, Ivans were changed.
I. Jo.rphln. Ree., ("ashier ef the above-named bank Co. In Tallahassee, 37S; said, the Legislature provvldt'dfor Tho clmnKra nro noted In( the Green
da solemnly wr that this r.port of condition Is true and Oreen Cove residence, a moneymaking business and a new
correct to the boot of knowledge and h.llfJct.phln and little St Joseph TelephoneCo. a .6-mill maximum tax levy "
my Reed, Cashier hostelry and had a look at the old county assessment' the Covo I took, delivered this week . that I ill, if
In Port St. Joe 38. in six counties to funds
Correct AttafO new county assessment and the city's assessment. Here's you\ look thorn up on pogo 14 of tho July, 11)63phono )
I R. Wiggins' ) Southern Bell's Florida division for right-of-wsy purchase. It
N, Wat.on Hardnbrh. Jr. ) Directors was serving 4,599 more what we came p with: also provided state funds for Iniok

tale of Florida,E.Count T. Martin of Clay, sit ) subscribers at the end of May Residence Old Co. Asses New City that purpose, he said, estimating Hut on tho iimMo cover of Urn iuno, phonebook

... Iworn to and subscribed before n* this elk day of lal", than at the beginning, a rate (subject to homestead that a total of approximately thone (in need of fast from the
and I hereby certify that I am not an. officer ot thin bnk. of growth of more than 1,000 exemption) ... .. . . . .tK.OOO $22.000 $ TOOO $4,5 million will be available help jwlico
(SEAL) fire dvpartincntH. tho old numhersuhicli
or given
SANDRA DAVIS. Notary Public phones a month greater than Business,.. .. 0.. .. .. . . . 39,000 60,000 16,000 from state and local sources nro

My commission eiplr Dee. It, llll slat cf Florida at Lars (Continued On Pate 11)) Hostelry . . .. . . . . . . (3,400 70,000 31,000 during the next biennium for will do them no good.
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of jour new Green Covo took.

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OTrc5ccuti The now immlior for tho flreen) Cove riNk

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Wildlife officers of the Oame and Fresh Water Fish Com : OUlfJIAi

irUslon'i Northeast Region mad.* 638 arrests for violations If

liP Florida's hunting, fishing and boiling laws during the tint "

I I all month. of 1989, according to Acting Regional Manage f

Bob UranU,. There were 91 arre..U for hunting violations, 369 '
NtljJals. . "
streets for fishingviolations. and 151 arrests' for boating off ... ( .
tnaes.This. ,
Is 317 arresti less than eho do choose disregard ..
City Councilman of this south .-\ 1.., f
were made during the sameperiod the law, and therefore ha ,. "
west Florida retort city will ,.. .A..Ai.l.
curtailed hi activities '" .
Week-End : : ,
Specials have to mind their Pa and Q* in 18U. The greatestdecrease ; ,1 ,
:' and pay attention to thrlr ap- wa In boating violation The II I officer In the ]I' ',' : ) ':"<1"J. \'

I prarsnce for It I. now possible *, with 149 lea than In county. area tt.v"I'd40,014 J. ( : > ON!
gekk Tsnniag Iatien IUS .... I.eQIT 1 for citizens to sit at home and miti s In the performance of '" .,, fl:' : , \:,,\ \ /
19(4; second greatest decrease their duties during the six t .'
I obnerve the J ,\ \
council: In Its deliberations. : / .
98 I waa In fishing cases with 14 month period, Investigated it' 1.0 ,
Live telecasting ofrotJnt'U
/ .less; and hunting violation complaint, and spent usa s, S) .

Gel It" Teeth Taste 7k .Iz.MCCLEAN'S meetings July 7, as started a a experiment Wednesday decreased by 14 case. hour Oil land patrol and Ion l./E MAM us ..f / .'
Drsntly said There has hour on water patrol. The -
and It proved so successful
59t been a substantial Increase In remainder of the officers
that It Is planned to teleVis -
the number of hunter and time. 7741 hours, was spent In
\ all regular sessions as well]
I fishermen during the last ,: court equipment maintenance.
6k Cain terP0 ,
e_ shoe. as special ones of unusual Interest.
year, and the decrease In the meetings, asalstlng other agencies .

DO 69c number of arrest I Ie a strong and mlsrellanout duties .
The council's
proceedings are Indication that tod,'* sporU- Arrest by county were: Al-

being sent to NspUs viewers men are better Informed and achua 04; Baker ]'; Bradford
Ung UsUeg StsinleM Steel Blasle 1 see 11/1 their
as a
more respectful of the law 14; Clay Hi: Columbia 65;

SCHICK 59 I circuit, public service programby than they were In the past. Dixie\ U; Duvai 91; Ollchrlsl
< Oulf Cbast Television which
The habitual violator also 124; Hamilton I; Lafayette II; L.
has already several)
I produced knows the modern wildlife! of. Levy 61.; Madison 2; Nassau 21;
18114eea. ab..c) .It C.a INAQUAYELYA short for local consumption. '
ne.r" better trained and 8u annee 12; Taylor llj and i
Naples. population U believed .
1,400. equipped to dual with those Union ..
79t to be one of the few -- I

cities of IU sise la the country 1

Waltrretfs Vllaaalna A Mlaerak New' I/le where the meeting of the 'HIS IS YOUR

SUPER AYTINAL $5.98 city For father Wednesday are Ubcast.assembly, L 41F( o ASR$ERVWEe..c RfSCUE $ ispgEffJ

(Rlg4hte.ey) .. ..,. IN far \IM which ..s..ltth! the controversial ,

subject of soninf, sU the M 146, n9, Tie FOr=_aecxg ..' !. 9 lllirrle a Idd "r t a.r /f, Neer N 4i1
male councilmen
Gillette Faaly ... I but one turned TNto seer ..AoI' ssrror
up In coats and U., unusually .:: .. 111oueA..oslt .
RI6HT-6ARO $1,19 formal attire for the hJIl t -r +"\ U1 v-r.. 7r.. r r
I summer here. Mrs. Ad Miner, I, ....,..OOJI .. .. : 'i1 tltt .w
Usjsilsl. UeStse the lone woman member, said "
; that she did not wear any special 1''C. i1W (IM e
msup "IIrU..aaJw04" '. to..! "c.: Hal "
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local version of "Caadd Cam.r..0 ANYIW1Utgf 'r.M r#}

Re.fiil those prescription now, One of the members.Good- MreuuMi i p atN,1\ twnvAl

vacation m'etb anal Ice McDowell: was III the hospital r .i1J lrrvu'f'A r 1
for LealtLIjr
Through the telecast It ... CUM er Aso A

L.w. Summer fun. I was possible) for him to participate .... ,.(.e/tsUnrnea..... ;_ Y
i and vote In the meeting "

: flo far, seconding to Richard 3ftS ) T9 fMA-erviS? oft tear T>*I
Tie WsUre. Agestry Cos. manager of Oulf 'Coast em ecml,, 110 GureTnrrs"IIL MnRJtAUT ArTtSTMK* p

'T.leY1a1oQ" ao plan are b.ln W 3C_ TI..?t tern" rt.c..t .. 14. .
made to use pancake makeup .'-' OOfphtrtM
or for U* maJe coundni.n to 2. = \ FROM MOO TO YOU
layhugh Drug Store yr- 'oil"Io 't.'tfkp '1 ,
wear blue !'sriru. Ii
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"We are irylnt to keep It 1'/ .. .w dP Gw la.e7 maTTR ago taaet m
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Trivet lt$ lJy V"Iy Graham yes dog or tt kill .his own tie,. and fba*. Mlasply.
fad MM TICK RIO cap.*!**.
r d 1 s Sve'a thesis'sr Corner Orang Ave. A Walnut' ,..... III.NN
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THE OWNER AND DEVELOPEROF s wel b.seiee..d tags dwellers..tea.e I

PARK \ I :A .rond Ik.*.tee hr11 old ''MADAM BESSIE

n Bh will read your entire life peal,
I present and future. 8h asks no push
We \'j,-.' this. tug the biggest step t (l1..t in the continuing tJ""rloJ"lJ1t'nt 'hone but will tell you what you want to

of a sew, stronger, more J'roICrt'11in. lay Count- f, know giving date and fact of business,
km, health and family affair Will
help you find lost art. TILL you whom
O) K F I It. K: K :H I IIItJ I K: GTItS (you will marry and when. If the ono you
I love !Ie true, what part of the country UI
J. P. HALL, J. r'lAtL\ r \!. A.wnXflON MM' sil t.a I luckiest for you, and what to do to be
Charm.- of Board Ese. t. r. \ ;+ .InMMYNMN I reunite tlM ,
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CLARA Y. CHJ:8SER: ylorPree. I: CaaANr u.D II(? JUOum&:SV' i%% tiLi.7.T UAoome. ,, lane oftn."t N1 1 I locate absent friend* and relative, and
IlLIotT IoUOt1IJtE.Y.P. DENA M. LL3tLN, Aeef. Cuts. J" iue s le ed.wI |cau4 happlne between man. and wife.
THOMAS It IIDJIY,V.P. LDlA RHODLN. "'-. Catb. J. P. HALL. .m. JOWl IG BRADLEY _wpers.hsrsId Make up lover evan..., Tells. U sickness or bad luck U

ROBERT A.. LEE. Y.P. OEOROI wnLUf Asst. Caah.Cuh' J. L TRIPLET1' HARRY BLACKHONI kd./'s Lk./s Ilene en e.d natural enemies. evil Influence and bad luck. Doe* not tell
N. P. CATCHpott V.P. BrTI'T ROWLL& All& ( to picas you, but will tH tho truth. On visit vlll repay
you for diasppolntmenu la all other I not only read your
tf. like aa open book, but I also help you out of your
TMOVBLUL Come end *.. why you ar. so unhappy, wh/
"*rythln. M.IM to 10 wrong WHY be sad and down
k BANK of GREEN COVE SPRINGS heartod, sick and worrUd when you can be helped and
r everything mad el.*r by con Wung THIS O TED
1 OttEZK SPHZKOSf J1OWIU. J UZDIXmt: r Evrybody welcctn NO MAIL ANflWZRXD: ,
.! .' :: I auk no house caH. Don mistake the addt.... MADAM
Nee BCMIC: I* located north of Callahan on Jfw,. 201. over
tfveVM Mi, ovws May.yo ) half mil from City of CALLAHAN, PU. Phone "2210.
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aOlI! Confidential 'flanking Service CW **> aeU7o* Open dally 1 am to 19 pm. Including Sunday
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