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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 29, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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VOL. 39 NO. 30 Phone 28 I.3166 GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1905 1 SECTION: 8 PAGES: 10 c T8 '
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GREEN COVE CHARTER Injured In Four Area season It ;



Accidents WeekTwo vent The, :
I During
(for A Tourists View of the I

w CIt,.) friends

First of series the Green Orange Park boys are t ;, s N ? wan
( a on t ,
dead and five other youths In- M the
w Cove Springs City Charter) 'lured in four accidents In the er, was ,.

Yrttbt A tourist entering Green County since last Friday night. The
tlryxSSi, Cove on Highway 16 from the Dead are: Earl Morris 12- such a ( ;
tlv fuwel
West en route to Jacksonville, year-old son of Mr and Mr,. Hall .
Philadelphia New York or way Sherman Morris of Ridgewood alter {

points would see the followingbeauty killed under the wheels of a Ow' .
spots long the way tractor last Friday; and WU Cove

without ever being aware that llam Lee Alder >, son of Mr. Slater J ,
the City Charter (1941) says: and Mrs. Donald Alder of Hugh

Meadow brook, who died Tuesday Joe I
Section: 14. LOT CLEANING . "If at any time the
after a pick-up truck Wildu i 1
(City) Commission shall deem It necessary or expedient for
struck the bicycle the boy was and
any good reason, that .1\110t. tract parcel of land within said riding on with a companionwho Few I
City should be cleaned: of weeds trash, undergrowth brush was seriously Injured Two drawn I

lath garbage or other refuse . other youths, riding a second group "

bicycle suffered minor Injuries worked
Police said the Morris boy And
was killed instantly late last the
Friday when he fell under the the
rear wheel of a wrecker being dlKU \ : I,

operated by year-old Samuel EARL MORRIS of the
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Ayers Spencer IV. com
Deputy Sheriff L. A, Blnns Archie Padgett, acting as cor with :
said the two boys were draining oner. In ,' "

gasoline from the tanks of Service were held MondayIn U the

wrecked autos In a lot ownedby the Orlffls Funeral Home It

the Spencer boy's father on chapel Members of the boy's few

Kingsley Avenue, A 60.gallonoil Boy Scout troop acted as pall wings t
drum suspended by a cable bearers. Burial was In Memory In an :

from the wrecker wits used to Gardens, JacknonvlUe, Bridge !

hold up the rear rnd of a car The Alder boy died after arrival For
after It had been lifted by the at Pored Hospital. .

wrecker According to State Trooper Ing "n"I '
The Spencer boy operatingthe would
Terrell Crawford Alder ,was
.IdlewUd Ave. al OakrMg Ave. wrecker, started to back .
riding south on Highway 21
I his ,Vehicle police said, and "
". . It shall have the power to direct: and require the Just north of Orange Park High ion.It .
looked to see where his companion -
owner . to clean the same of weeds, trash undergrowth, School on the rear of a bicycle :
was lie told police he the
brush filth other refuse.r . being operated by JQber11111.,
garbage or y. r st rea 'law young Morris '10....side Hall
- 11. eon of Mrs and ICs Robert '
of the rear of the wrecker. tribute '.
Hill, of ).feadosbrook. Authorities
The vehicle crushed aide
a one say that according: to the ored;'
of UM child according to police first
law the boys were riding on
who speculated the Morris the wrong tide of the heavily of Q. ( I
have tried to grab like
boy may traveled road on which traffic a )
the cable for ride. The
a Apparently because
had been backed up a
I If he did. he lost his grip house had just been moved by hosted l
and fell under the truck as It
the scene.Behind .
backed upState and '*
the Alder and (Hill
Trooper John Marsh left th
boys was another bicycle on
and special Deputy Robert the la<
which Hill broth.r.nor..r. ,
i younger
Hart also Investigated the art
8 and Dennis Michael
,
case Th. child was pronounced small \
dead by Justice of the Peace (Continued on Page 4) for

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Bennett For Ing first at of \

;rrU at Gratis Dare) O".nl

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"Such not; > .:'I b.: swan! 1 by t re-olutioi the .CocvmlMlon -. day : ,

a copy o r..itch shall be i rved upon the owner . Senate If.
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or If the owner o a non-resident an I cannot be found within The ) !
UM CUT or h*3 no known agent within! UM City a ropy> of I I
itch rcoolut; 'n shall be publlihed once each week for two
Congressman Charles B<-n. on ethic In government and lint : ) ]
weeks In some newspaper published In the City and a copy ,
nett of Jacksonville! ", will be a the military.. persona
thereof polled upon said bt.
candidate In It" for the Ufl Waihlngton badly needs a other I

8"nat. seat now occupied by communion on ethics In government . *' l I
Otor,. BmaUvert . If SenatorSmsther the Jacksonville law Mr. \ |( I : <<1

,a 1 dose not run maker says, an official body B'ack! '
This 1 I.* the gist of a small dot- that could render "<*ra\\'judicial WiIU. | l

tlar of publicity on the subject d..cl-'ona" on such matters Th. : : :
now !being circulated to as conflicts of Interest etc frond : :
t Florida newspapers by the man "CorwreMznen and aettator tl""er|. l !
who rcpres.nted Clay County have continued . rrtre*. nt Ethel: t I I
l.l Curse until the reappor. leg people with special lilt calved I
Cllnt'1of three years MO ere.u" ho say Tht I )

Congressman Banned avowed On the military Bennett said settled .

but conditional candidacy, he would court a position on Erwin, I
of court, rslw the quotion the Armed Forces: Committee Marys, I I I
Of what Secretary of Stato where again senator exert Mary II I;: > ,
Tom Adams of Orange Park more Influence than repreen high II I' school a school l with

Is running for, Adams U credited tau,.. do on the larger House facilitle I equlpmeni and staffo
by Tallahassee) sources with military committee. e'>e+ rvh t trh. not only academies l ub-

having gained more publicityIn "I'm not convinced we no J deco but vocational training s*
his running fights with Flo- longer ned manned bambrr" i well. Senator Johns who Is
EDIFICE: : OS .NORTH ORA\GE A>EME: rids governors than any cabinet he said "but none I II bring CI credited with pas'a<* of the

". and If the owner or owner than not within such member In memory Some our- planned" cabling> ; act, appears to be
be U running for Rep Bennett considers. hi* 'JIm'd, to comprehensive high
time a* said resolution shall presents clewn such lot it ce say gov
shall b* lawful for the CommUskM to cause the same lo be error However the** report* main disadvantage the fact chortle on the ground that vocational

done and to pay therefor and to charge. assess and coOxt the ar discredited In the baits of he's never run staUwtd H. '! tralnlnir at such. unlM -
lot the election of Hayden Burns would run no matter who el*. f 1< facilities I* very likely to
Said
thereof against
Cipenao of Jacksonville to the State's lets In the campaign. play second: fiddle to academic

highest off**. Observer soy "%!Mil your been thinking I raining.
It win be a Ions Umo before about running for senator", Th Lmlalatur bill a* Itsou
SEW DErtTTKobert "' 0#'t.t '""- ' ''i another north FloridUn\ make ho .said "you have a good Idea passed require that any

It. who might run agalnat; you." chnol botnaf fittlng from state r
hart' II.,..,. [> k M h In reply to report ., Senator Balanced Malnat lack of a .funds' offer five of the eight
Are, ftllne wW served ) Souther phyiical eo,. statewide campaign B.ni* tt / M { f ft fallowing' catxorie of voca-

m.* Ibis two year duly 9 dittos, B*.an.t wy '1w looks feel. I* hie stone as a wkWU- tonal training Trad* and
.. tae rreuHwual ........ ;. ,, "" : pretty healthy to (a% It's very of-he-rood toegr.s.man, more industry' Technical Educa-
Gun and wh. wa o m deli ;t, ;, difficult to b IWt. hei very suitable to Florida thinking I I t km, Auto Mechanics, Business\
a* a gwardanuai 'o<< \\ Ia- and al ... Smathers according to Bennett and ft-wing prop cU.SmaihTS AlMMSj Kmrwul (1... Maid T, Asm. (rl, I..n.. ( )lr. sad tin. J. T. .%aer*. lurvlcea. Homo Economic (job

Cas4tol Roe.4a ales the :. I.... i has "achieved more ts reported to be ./ Greets C.te. lo ass .* duty al CUB ASS Tkffc.y. A INS ir*
late rrioVs. ......, Isfla J. t \ prominnteo In politic than withhold!** hi decision on SUM *sea I.l the Air Piece for two year*. t home.making I.
..... after hw *."""* .aityor else In Florida, Including another campaign iMtil uran> Ars.r Hgt.WalMit M...,. leenUri sea *f lf', sad MM, Arlher (J. Needy, of f.....' While the act stipulate no
.*l>.*. bao less paved a Pedro MfModegKavtim -. titled. medical tests are compUUd r.,..,. lee roeewtlf repartee! for duty la Of....,>. II. sae *.UU.e4 al II H..onUg prig county having a population of
deputy by tbrrtff Je.abu. said that much, Bea- perhaps this falL le Ma* *fcl...e1 ..-... A IW granule of pay High. b* attended 1 HI. Joan KlverJeaior Mme than M.000 will be eligibleor
II.,..., net admits bo would fit* to alt Members of bio office ...ft c....,.. Ho le married U law format Xay HWa ., Gram ('.... Tk" .y have two f a vocational school .U Uwlteved

Karl a 1KI gra waU of Clay tai the ..oau.At tar till CnM hat noosing to ehiUre*. DIe... aM Ra.>.,. MU faaally n put .. late hiss U Germany In the fait. ,. that Clay might "go
UK *.*..*.. C4wwH ...- a senator Bennett says, do will his btarCIII4 it I II not Anr ir/l tttut ...... ill) ,,,..... of Mr. a4 Mr*. L. U W...,. of Or.. (.... Is !t"" with another county In ape

mwalt) ale .......... bo would have more to say MefmSnal"i .... .. duly to 0...., when he ae ..*.. fof three year H. lo duo IMMM Is .



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II Skill Worker: A Must Mothers In Action ATTRACTIONS FLORIDA SCHEDULE PLAYERS FINAL xGAINESVILLE I lliQW'( )\ 1r1BIJr:' JL W


The urgent need for a vocational training single, employe, And this is .the .company's t Bye An opera By Sheriff Jennings Murrhee

school in the county la even more preening If nationwide average; It is no derogation of th DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD the'Florida Players' final presentation Even Before he was 16, 'young
possible than the need for adequate housing local workforce. of the 1964-85 academic -
against war and frequently as1 ' Henry Xonamo heckled his father
and home-tlnancing. year and senior music
.
The, Legislature has budgeted $8 million doubtful of their fanatical '
war automobile driver's
State Senator Charley E. Johns has prelented for vocational schools around the state. It puta I recital will ,be spotlighted on for an Ii.
leaders. of mothersare. '
to the County School Board an opportunity ceiling of $500,000 on each facility. From It is many all to the our good to the University of Florida cam ,." tense The day ho celebrated his
for state funds in the amount of something pus this week. sixteenth birthday the boy
that It may be Inferred there will be 18 schoolsin try and let them know that went
like $500,000 to construct an area vocational Florida, each of them operated by the school The Department of Music examination
the image of the U.S. that their and passed and
training school . to be operated:, board in the county In which it Is located. will I present Humperdlnck's '. .
driver's license.
under the County School Board. lDr militarists present, is false. famed "Hansel and'Oretel" as t was given a
The needs of all our Industry: Burlington, a And history tells us that Oed to think of the
With or without the formalities of a survey eke its summer opera production .. The boy came
J.M, Taylor, duPont and others to come will .
the county should grab it and run. benefit from such a school simply because Its has an uncanny way of swinging Wednesday, July 28 through 't: family car as his own and l hh
Johns-Manvllle Corp., and Taylor Mobile awesome issues .on tiny Friday July 30, evenings at I. often saw him skidding
curriculum will be tailored to fit their needs I parent
Homes, Inc., who are now in the process'of hinges, and choosing the weak 8:15: In the P. K. Yonge School with
And what Of Louis Reynolds around a corner a heavy
the
in world to shame the
hiring or trying to hire, skilled and semiskilled Auditorium.
Entirely apart from the industry that 1 is .... the accelerator.
employees are having to go out of the strong. The Florida Players will of. foot on
county to find the skills they require.In here or promised a vocational school will be Some time ago, J. B. Priestly fer "Waiting for Oodot" as I His! father was worried and puzzled. The boy

the lead story In this week's Issue of an attraction to other industries. Ilowsrd commented in "The Saturday their concluding effort thru had a license. What more could h do for hisson's
The Crescent Dentor Tucker We should The Crescent believes, get .- -
general managerof Evening Post": "We are suffering Saturday. Performances In me That
,the Taylor Mobile Homes, Inc., new plant, with it; get through the survey and go to Tallahassee I believe from too great Norman Hall Auditorium are and others safety than to warn ooyi

Is quoted as saying more than 25 per cent of hat in hand I usually do penance for all a domination of the masculine scheduled at 7:30: pm. Thursday he did but it had little or no effect

his employes have been recruited outside the In the meantime, Senator Johns rates a my sins when I read the editorial principle, with its ruthless cre- and at 8 p.m. on Friday And then the father discovered something.

county because the skills he requires simplydo very warm thanks for putting the Idea to local page of "The Florida Times- ative fervor at against the and Saturday.aid The law very clearly states' the father had
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not exist locally. J.M Interviewing something school officials. It was another case where Union, of Jacksonville. Its 'more deep-rooted and\ saner been required in the issuance of the license, to
like 20 applicants In order to pick a Mohamed was forced to come to the mountain. publishers say on the front feminine principle which puts of the Bible the whole village for the
liability
assuming boy
that the in sign a statement
page / are their
people first and everything had been Christianized.
second century. But really they Now he could "file with the department.(issuing
else a bad second. And If the They had created a little socie-
. Dotlifciter) By DUNCAN G. GRONEROn are still in the first century. women of every major country ty based upon the teachings the license) verified' written request that the

Their latest dig against liberalism took: over politics and economicsfor of Jesus. Bowing to the American license of said minor so granted be cancelled."

local Issues, what political fer I know it won't work. You are Integrated. In this sense pacifism and those the next 60 years, I, for soldiers they said, "We "Thereupon," the law continues, "the department
alternatives does a voter In cannot turn back the clock.'' the issues posed by integration who are earnestly trying to get ''one' would be delighted. In a are Christians too.. The homes shall cancel theliccnse of said minor
.the Deep South have The nation in 1985 as it was are national issues. But' ah, us out of the mess the Penta. world still badly housed, fed were clean; the villagers were
Southern Democrats Increasingly in 1865, is faced with an awe when the people of Clay County goon has got us into, is directed and clothed, you would not gentle, healthy and happy. and the person who signed the application of
are -
prone it would appear some array of problems: international are told its schools and Its against the ten American women catch the housewives spending One old, tough sergeant said I such minor shall be relieved from the liability

to vote the Republican national and local. public facilities must integrate who are at present in Indonesia five minutes or five dollars to his commanding officer, "I imposed . ;
ticket for national candidatesand They range from facing up to then a national issue becomes meeting with twelve making atom bombs. don't figure it this kind of ,

platforms; to espouse the the world communist conspiracy a local issue. North rfnd South Vietnamese In the last war a company people coming out of only a .

national tenets and aspirationsof . the communist world Let us be honest. women to discover possibilities of American soldiers on Okinawa Bible and a couple of old with-I
the Republican party. revolution .,. to the question What workable alternativeshave of ending the war In Southeast was approaching a tiny village who wanted to live like lUY'j I List row r Clay County Property

On local issues there Is of how to handle the growing Southern DlxlecraU or Asia See editorial "A Moth named Shlmabuka. Thirty Then he added "Maybe
no problems of our growing elder Republicans offered to the er's Appeal Will Not Stop Red kind of
such ready alternative. Here programs years before a missionary had been using the wrong I Frank J W. Brown
we seem unable to throw off ly citizen population to the and edicts emanating Attacks," July 13, 1965). stopped there, made two converts weapons to make the world
practical business posed by the from Washington beyond the Well "
the congenital shackles of what perhaps American left a Bible, and then over.
Daddy or Oranddaddy thought pressing demands of the colored throwing of sticks and stoics "Moms, as "The TimesUnion"dubs went on to Japan. No Christian Currently we are spending ADd "-odatel
people for something approaching to ward off the inevitable Or. them, cannot perform had visited them since. sixty[ billion dollars a year on
However, it may lie In what equal opportunities, of impeaching Earl Warren miracles. But there are millions On the edge of the village the weapons to kill and destroy
Daddy or Oranddaddy thoughtto equal facilities, equal treat. Do we in Clay County havea Russ'ons'! Chinese and VietNamese advancing O. I.'. were met by Are there not better weapons? &egbteted Baal Batata BnkwISM -
draw or eradicate the line be. .
tween what Is local and whata ment. In almost every Instance, workable and considered : "Moms' who love their two old men the two original At any rate, I shall continue CJL Highway 17 Oraafl Fart
national Issue.a the lines between what is international Republican counter to the legislative 1 husbands and sons and who do converts One of them had become reading "The Times Union. I Pleoa 11&-1II& -

and what local; between program of Charley :not want to see them slaugh the chief of the village, enjoy Sydney J. Harris' column I
A young cousin of mine who what is national and Johns and Louis Huntley, both 'tered. They are just a* much the other the teacher.With the and Federal Fidgets!
is a white supremacist In the what local are frequently blur. of whom are Democrats. Do

Alabama legislature has lately we have a workable Republican

turned Republican and tells me red.It is nearly Impossible to counter to the program of

within a decade moat of the translate the problems of the salaries and road building and

white people of Alabama will communist world revolution into law enforcement and general

have followed him. terms of a local issue, . administration of the Board of

"Where else can you go?" except where local private enterprise County Commissioners, not one STATEMENT OF CONDITION
he is likely to ask in a puz. and property is threat- of whom is a Republican Do

zled way. ened. This became suddenly a we have in Oreen Cove or Orange IN U.N

I really doubt there It any local Issue a few years back Park or Keystone or Mid.
place for him and those like when the Cuban crisis threat. dleburg a working opposition; 'AS OF JUNE 30,1965,

him to go. I have a profound ened Florida with an atomic a political body that has a program MIMa t

conviction that he and his bomb or two. they think, right or

friends very greatly exaggerate The problems of our elderly wrong, is better than the one

the residual impact of Barry citizens, though we have'many being carried out?

Ooldwater. of them among us, is mostly The answer is no
t I don't believe there is any a far-away thing to be debatedin I was amused at a paid pol-, late Baa* X.. 41mcroHT
OFFICERS I or CODITIOV! : or
political refuge today for the the Congress. To most of itlcal advertisement of the Clay THE CASK: : or C.HKKI: corn inmoior r
Nineteenth century Southerner us' here the debate might as County Republican party I saw GHKK: cove iptines. CLAY cocjcrr,
unless it is to reestablishthe well be going on in England's last week. Without recom- U The ...<. 01 r'.r'"
"Old South" party of JohnC. House of Commons or Israel's pense, I quote it here In its J. P. IIALL, JR. Chairman ef the Board and Executive Vice President AI T'O CI MM 01 B..IMM o* Ja.e a*. leea

Calhoun Knesset. entirety: A5INT/

It all comes down to the sorry The demands of the colored "No person shill be held I. P. IIALL, 8R. President' Cash baUarei with other bank, and caih items

fact I believe, that the Re- people for political and educational to aniiwer for a capital, or United in pro"fetatee...Government of collection* .?.. ....rdir.et..... 4ll.MT.7l{

publican leadership in the and economic opportunity otherwUe Infamous crime, CLARA M. LESSER, Vice President A Cannier '. t rd8t.i .,.', .bll..tI.n.. ..and.... 1,411.IMI
Deep South has unless Obll:atlono ;; and 'p ilii'i';; eubdlvlilona: .. I/a/,111,1/: : :
offered
no for advancement on a presentment or
is a lx>*ne and discounts ........'.. . Utl.hUI
workable alternative to the Very real national problem. Indictment of a grand Jury, ROBERT LEE, Vice President aaatl"mhlowR.d .ii.m't: urnresae.: i

antics of Lyndon B. Johnson. Who Is to say, from the most except In case arising, In ll.al mat owned olh.,than.lank'pram a.s........ '":.UI.:??
Senator Qoldwater's program basic viewpoint if these de. the land and naval force, ELLIOTT L. \GURE: Vice President x Other a*..U ..., ..... ... . ..:.:: !:!*!*l'i:!

If it may be so called, had a mands are not met the colored or In the militia, when In TOTAL, ASSETS ............ ........ ....'.. s111e..es
surface appearance of being a people will not turn in angry actual service In time of war NATE CATCIIPOLE, Alee PresidentTOM
dynamic answer to galloping frustration to the Black Mo. or public danger) nor shall L' A B II..T.I1.
Federal : IiENRYr Vl edicts
Judicial dicta hammedans or whatever they any person be subject for corporation* I.44J.IM
and general control of our morals are called: a bcyond-the-frln- the name offense to be twice Tlm and,aa lnee; d.po.lli ef'Indirl4aal.; ,'It;rta.r.i
hip* corporation
and manners Alas, it ge lunatic group that would put In jeopardy of life or Pepoclli I "tnlud I Mtatei Uor.rom5at"jnclidlaf I.II1.III

would not have worked and make an African nation of the limb; nor shell be compelledIn DIRECTORS I a Pepoilia. petal of.vinca M"". .. )and. 'pelillesi aldiij.loa,...... .14 T4S.HT.41111:)
the very great number of Americana United States any criminal case to be a rvrtlfled and ntt rrnf else"., see '/, ll:i.

who voted against No one in Clay County really witness against himself nor TVTAL<.> Trial RPOHITS demand d.palt...,.....:.:..17447111 I.MT.IIIII .
Ooldwater were saying, in effect be deprived of HARRY BLACKMON of Trailer Sake time and ...In.* dtpoilt I.HT.MMl
cares whether or not thu life liberty or owner Majport: : .
I think'"Whatever I may schools and hotels and restaurants property, without due protest other1/IIaTebl. I : .. ..... . ...... ..... .. ......... .1........

i think of what you have to of- of:! New York or Chicago or1lwl; nor shall private JOHN BRADLEY, owner of Bradley Instance Co. TOTAL, LIABILITIES ...,. ... ,..,..,.,,.... MM> .-.

properly be taken for public CAPITAL ACCOITVTIaWeV. :

(May( County ((Brcscetit ue nation. without" Just. com pen. JOE TRIPLET, pubUe a.coanullt. Murpiu. ..")' Comm.... .. .'. .'r.-.1: \:.'0".. ...nill... :. *.........

This of ELLIOTT MAGl'IRE of Maruta Timber: fndlvlded p.ti.: : ;.:::::::::: : t7ieee
course Is the fifth owner Co. : ::::.:.;::.:.:;;: 4l.lt: *:*>
"WHAT .IS 0000 FOU CLAY COUNTY .IS OOOD FOR THf CBHCINT amendment and of the
a part TOTAL CAPITAL, ACCOUNT . ......,. .,...... .....n..
DUNCAN, GOLDTHWAITE GRONER._ ,EDITO AND PutLUHIHTfLIPHONt Bill of Rights of the American W. A. ILLSON, retired aide to J. C. Penney TOTAL !
LIABILITIES
AND CAI'fTAtj ACCOfXTI IIII,11/.U
GCS Z84-1I6 constitution. I am relieved the
Clay County Republican party TOM HENRY, banker MK tl OKAVDA!
'ICOND Cuss Psent Mrs AT eOIlN Cow S'OONOI, 'LOOI favors the Bill of Rights.Its AHele 01.d.ed or anlcaed h. ...ire IlaMIItlei and
PUBLISMID EVMV THURSDAY BY CdllCINY PHIII. INC. for other parpoM. 11 or I ml m sots sad MR
advocacy does not, however J. P. HALL JR, banker redlMouated and *
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p 0. sox ale CHUN Covi Spaces FLORIDA comprise a dynamic pro- men! tc rpnrchaao aerarlilea> . . . .tolil.. ....with...... .r.e... IU..tI.
HOWARD 1'. COOPER PKISIOMY gram. P. HILL, SR, banker, rancher and tlmbtrman Loane. a*:.he a above are after ....* tlea ef r l.
alto reeervee ",. ... . ................. IM114I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I'd as soon hear a church I. Clara W Choeeer, Vlr Prealdeal
one' TBAB It! AUVANCR' .......... ......... Me sexton come out strong for religion LEO M. MAGl'IRE; EmtrltM aarned baak. da eolemalr l ewear that Ihle and rtport Cashier at af esalllka the I atave I**
TWO YEARS I!* ADYANCB ................. .\.* true aad ecrroet. to the beet ., sir 11..1..... and bell.f.
Clara K. n....'

62 YEARS OF FRIENDLY & CONFIDENTIAL BANKING Correct Alteetl ,
SERVICEMEN OVERSEAS J. P. Hall Tfcomae H. Hear* ) '
J. P. Hall Jr. J. L Triplet )
DirettereB
(Readers are asked to fill out these forms for friends and/or' relatives serving In any of INSTALLMENT LOANS COMMERCIAL LOANS .I... Bradley Elliott Meolre )
R. U Black,
the armed MOB W. A.vnl.....
forces
overseas, and mall to "Over seas", e/o The Crescent, P. O. Box 578, Green )
Cove Springs Fla. If SAYINGS ACCOUNTS CHECKING ACCOUNTS La !L kUa-alre, EaierUae
you cannot form
complete the but have the serviceman's name and his
present duty assignment, let us have that mUG h. We will publish a small picture (not over SAFK: DEPOSIT BOXES TRAVELERS CHECKS Itala *f Flor.... Ceealr of Clay, eei
two inches wide) If you have one)., I ..a4. te aad .......r.... before ... tab 14th V "
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hereby certify thai I Lr.eter
a. act of
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CHRISTMAS CLUBS AUTOMOBILE LOANS tale baak. officer er

Serviceman's Name .v .... to......,. FRANCES K. LANCASTER Notary Pihl'e
HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS State f( rierlda. at Lar*.
'Birthplace My .._U..loa ..,Ine .1.1, It u"flk.BANK
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Relatives In Clay County . . . ,.,.,.- ...'...... ....
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'Present- Overseas Duty Assignment (location only) .' .,.,,i .. .
' of GREEN COVE SPRINGS

'Rank. ... Branch of Service (Army, Navy, etc.) .. ..V./: ..I' ........

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I I I Clay County Servicemen j'i Named Southern V.Bell P. of Miss Is BrIde$usan O/Alr.. Kay Park Wicks Socials [ 'Burnpet' ? Can MMMMMM. \: 1'1\


Five. Navy' recruit airmen ,ed for high school students i
from Orange Park are doing prepares young men as aviation Julian Johnson! who Is attending -
85 days active duty with the specialist while aqualnUng i MIll Susan Kay Wicks and mond was best man. Ushers summer school at the 200-Eulhel Corn Poycffl- +!

Ravel ,Air training unit at them with the traditions and Kermit Dennis Park of Rich- wean Fred Tyler and Leonard University of Florida, spent the 'Grow 200-bushel corn? It U ,
Jacksonville. They are!; Thomas custom of the Navy. mond, Virginia, were United In Cake, also of Richmond.The I week-end with his parents Mr. possible. Each year an Increas
A. Margadonna IOn of Mr. Airman. Recruit Cliff O. marriage on June 19 In the Em- bride wore a gown of and Mrs. E. J. Johnson. Ing nifmber of farmer do It w

-and Mrs.Thomas A. Margadon- Chapman. USN, son of Mr. and manuel Pilgrim Church In organza with re-embroldemi And check many plot have or done entire it '

na; Stanley K. Kuyrkendall, Mrs. E. D. Chapman of Keys Richmond. The Rev C. A. lace featuring a fitted lace bo- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williamsand years in a row) '1

son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. stone Height, 1with the! Simmon officiated. dice with a scallop neckline. children Art Philip and The greatest number of .=_... -, .
Kuyrkendall; Lee W. Stewart group. Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd J. Wicks Her veil of Illusion was attached Susan of Jupiter, spent the bushel in yield Indiana.have been : ,..."", -,
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. of Green Cove are the parentsof to a crown of pearl and sequin week-end with Mr.*. Wllllaml'mOlht'r. many ported as 117 corn Recently, :'i.M. 'lj'
Stewart: George H. Clausen Airman Charles L. Nettle- ; the bride. The bridegroom I Is *. She carried a cascade of Mrs.. II E. Reed. They topped the mark, Missouri .J

son of Mr. and Mrs. Ehler 1". hurst, USN, son of Mr. and the son of Mr. and Mn Scott white stephanotis centered witha were enroute to Washington, at least four persons who to give your i
Clausen Nettlehurst of I* Park of Richmond, white orchid. D C. 200-bushel corn, and fertility to
: and Wayne M. Caton Mr* Warner L. other states at least klndof .One of
report yield
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Green Cove, has reported for 1' Given. In marriage by her The maid of honor wore a or more farmers hitting high 1 analysis pellet .,
Caton. duty on the attack aircraft father, the bride chose her street-length dress of petal Miss Betty Duck returned stride on small acreages. ; : Amno-Phos: -> i*

The 85-day Program designs usa Hancock I I later, Miss Lorraine Jean pink brocaded taffeta. A pouf home July 14 front Augsburg For those skeptics who f : recommended by
Wicks a* maid of honor. Thebridesmaids bow of matching chiffon was that 200-buihel corn bumper In
i
Th Hancock which recently Germany, where she has spent best all prof itable,due to scientists at
returned to the United States I were Mill Sandra attached to her veil The bridesmaids the past two years In teaching costs of fertilizer and oatt on'M'1 laboratories,
following a 7month cruise In, Jean Pugh, cousin of the bride, were dressed Identically production items It Just I fertilizer has com-
the Western Pacific Including and Miss Brenda Gall Jack In azure blue. sol One Indiana farmer, for the in-
s I Mr. and Mrs E. J. Johnson stance who averaged can be nOlt'lrt'n-
1 The bride 1 II a 1963 graduateof
Classes months of combat
Dancing four operas son.George attended the bushels .It' water
i funeral of Mr per acre on a *
of Rich-
Simpson Clay School.
Uona North Viet Nam . High .
over Johnson' uncle Mr. J, W, Held,had a net return of $142 well distribute
JOHN
r. EVA.'lSJohn
\ resumed presently operates out of Ala. Regular tours of Tampa' famous Lanier per acre. Another farmer uniformly r ( and gives
will be unit of the of Lake City on Wednesday the Hooster state netted $169. : what's more,
Calif.
In Green Cove Springs meda, as a P. Evan has been Frolics PlansProgicssing Thor City are now being of last week per acre on a five.acre plot is a water solublo
UJS First Fleet. named a vice president of conducted. Tourists\ ride on the averaged a whopping of nitrogen
i on Friday. Sept. INow Southern Bell Telephone and "La Carroza" during the two- Mr and Mrs Frank Cow ait bushels per aero, (and potash
If want to ) which are the
carriedto you grow
classes Highest weight ever Telegraph Company effective 1--hour sightseeing drive__ I returned last week from a vacation "crib-busting1 yields its it produces such
-- organising victory In a Hialeah race August 16,1965. II. U presently during which they visited to plant a hybnJ that has
1 by age and uiterlenee.i was 125 pounds on DecathlonIn assistant\ vie president and On Schedule friends In Chai'lesion, Wash- Men-yielding f potential and right fertilizer '!
the track's 1957 Royal Militant general manager.Evans MICIIIIY FINN tan take thick planting Ideal weather J
Lank ltonarJMOWAadt ington Pittsburgh, Cincinnati ing early, and nai rowing and! Insect con- ,
i Parents are Invited to Poinciana. who live In Jacksonville The Green Cove Springs Nashville and Atlanta. They the rows helps too. harvest yield you '
call and enroll their children will continue to be assigned Family Frolics plans art pro- ,ovNMs. pent two days with Mr. and Then you should pour, were possible.
before September. to Jacksonville and will preying very well. Ribbonsare (rAe d rNrYUNMrANn 1mw wawerswr Mrs. Forest Dry, at their Tyrone .--

I Dr. Ii. Timothy CarterOptoIDl.tri't b. responsible for certain staff being made for the winners )A RAMlIYrfiilil Ft'mm., home The Drys --r5ny: / You KM It In TJIH' : CltKSCKNT: : -
functions, reporting to Mr of the "Old Fashioned Frolics;" are winter residents of Or eon
THE BAGALEY Rant fish Is being ordered; beauty A xa.t Cove.

Office Hour Widely experienced as a telephone contestants are registering; +

Dancing School Announces e S New...... KH. official, Evans Joined and donations of prise and rr Aecoosnsr WANTEDIl Mr and Mr. George L. Carlisle WANT A HOME
.e ..Ii H ."..!.... Southern Bell In 1138 at New money are being contributed, f IINroITaD and their daughter Linda, I ,

Katberlne Bafsley, < Orleans and served for several Albert Thlbault Is deciding STATES J have returned from a trip to J IX ()IHKIJX: : l'O1'I.OR(: : l IN' CI\' Y . T
Instructor Ill* tiny. 17. Orange Park years in Louisiana Its later what kind of pie will be best SAVINGS ; Mexico.

Phone Zit. zeu was at Jackson! Mississippi, I for the Pie-Eating Contest Two BON AttitictUo . Modem CnmpK'to . ,
EV 8-171J-H62 Stockton St.
and came to Florida ai Manager -I age, groups will compete; 8.12 Mr.James
Jacksonville, Its.r Eye Examlnationa, Contact Mr and Ridley Supplied'I'hrouMIt''nur( (him C'un' Dottier/ . '
Lenses; Glasses at Daytona Beach in 1951 and 13 up. Th. object will be will leave next week for a visit liuilty]\ (UrtHii Covo (ContindnrN V J H 1 AFinniiccd "
I Except for six months as South to lee who can eat half a pie hU
to ,family In Alabama.
Carolina Commercial Managerin the fastest, without using -- , (fill; Month( . ', Xo Down Pay- ,

Columbia, he hal filled asilinments hands. Prizes will be awardedby mont If You O\\u) Your !I'lot. .

in Florida since that Thlbaulf 1skery. .

time. There I I. still time for young Helm
ladle between the age Of 15
e -
Nine tenths of the six mill- I and 18, to register for the Miss \

ion pints of blood needed an- Family Frolic Pageant. To 3 -'

nually are donated through the do so, contact George Turnerat FIIIerllOIJC \ ',
American assn. of Blood Banks I I 2(4.3069 In the evenings, or JBIF"OKt

i and the Red Cross. ', Muse Patsy Turner at 284 9748
r CHAllLKH; IIKLM: 1 IeR >
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Funeral Director Ut'lATIOtI :;


Foresters Have 3-Day j
Phono! is! |.!>IG!
I / bLDsooMl ettkoolt9 4aspv i

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA eb"Ae'v er JayY ?

I II I I Meet In Tallahassee Rtr'x, U LAST r. O. BOX 441 I ewe.A1.teeA.{ ... "

03tL
II Dlltrlcforestt'ra and branch I IstlonFlorid. I uv .stn
-- /. .. -- :; I 1 chiefs of the Florida Forest Foreat Service pay II I I)
I Service begin a thrw-day eon. plan. I AUTOMATE YOUR FARM II I /IDaAoN !

terrace In Tallahassee Monday., Group Insurance and safe I I FI'N yaY.pr '
NOW PE000: The conference, in annual driver awsrd programs. rJ
I' ,event brought top field ad- Cost and accomplishments In WITH A PGAINTERMEDIATE (rR!;: ct okr Fr:1 "

mlnUters from UM service's j limber stand Improvement ., Is' 'r'
,' lunffa
six fsr.flung district In to the early Information on seedling :'\
4:30 TO 10 PIMI .. MONI FRII I l LIMN. 100M
: I state headquarter to woik toi distribution. TERM LOAN ..s'-J .'... egeuv
i gether on a wide variety of -8o>rvlc. training prosrsm. l.

NOON TO 9:30: -- SAL SUI! HOLIDAYS II administrative batten Th : -County and district Inior .. ""f' ':/ ? 1 sass
I to
e?
1 agenda covered a wide range of matron and education up .", t; I '

O 'ri..1 Chicken O Fried Oysters || subj fiscal>cts policies.- administrative Information and and I plane I If 7 years to repay : f\ i

or Flounder educations efforts, forest management f FLOOR. PLAN
O FrUil Shrimp' O Filletvith : ; Get the "c'anh" you need to \ .... .x I
lire control
programs I --.1 tiltS YOU CAS I'Mi.:
make
Slaw, Frc-ixb Fries 'Hul.lull" activities and problems BpecUlf.t TRY A SMALL AD I able a*your possible operation by a*.. .-J I
from the state office st simple Interest prllfttJrt: w TOWN & COUNTRY HOME BUILDERS''
.. -4
participated In dlcu !ons In from 1'CA. Get the money I I'

TO GO their respective ffcldn. you red from I'CAlifer. TIIIK1 ".fUII rxriuirvcK: : iv IIOMK: UMIOV,
Items for discuwlon on the;' FOR yoM ..ADp.Nert. ,
IIOMK FINANCING:- : AND IIOME tUIMUNQ
agenda were divided Into five
O Phono 244.221 O .
broad categories which. are g"n-1 i I Inqulrlee Invited Threush

era) responsibilities of the .... ;
1 BIG RESULTSNew & PredMlten Credit
s..rvtc sfire control forest I AasecUUra CLAY BUILDING SUPPLY INC.
CHANEY'SFlorida I management Information and i I Ml Edgewood Avenw i. I ,
: education fiscal and Overall I I tit Male Street FalalUTL JackaonvID : f11! r.lmr l* HI. Green Cave Mprlng. Ik.

.1 administration molten District j BA 1-IJtS TeL CT 4-U41 .
foresters explored subjects .
Fried Chicken I III. lu divers as progress In superior Look For I

: tree Improvement to forestry ;
I; equipment Summer Make.Up I
.,. It Nerth Jet Aeres Genes. Creek Bridge
la Green Ore Settings Among thou &C ap.ctrleaUona.j' The snood !. ..1_** this sanvsave :
I agendaI I ,
npr.r.s ike MMral ewic- TWO ,
_Review. of meet /she nearIjr an thins trend to csptu/e UM beau
0-': Of Anwficsn worn... I I II '
I Whether yow re si a crowdedaiKotheq -t- 3BEDROOMHOMES
I "n.t: GONE I .. doiag the stand iI1I : : ::
fif Poof, or soUtlulng at your. favor _
.
It outdoor i i
IJ'UCo _
HOG WILD ymill be (.JINMsNy '&
!
"'..Ime" If 0.: '
your comrlnJ.oa "4' "'- ,h4

t! i! t! OVER: w toe I".. .hed.III W l.r.lp. ..u. :r.\-.. ...J FOR YOUR LOT

Ac..II,. .f -
r ) taro. else'.. \
I'' e
soti .0 Ii shas. I
I menu the ereT..
te..I.. .. .... "ea. ? I qI
THESE FRED DAVIS .. tens of .....,..M4 cola so gin Tin-***. fine :.TlMilriMim; llom( <- sun \tat rnovnl to your' l tV. IlIlv"I
rile kmftntton of mfitt.nlMtt.t .

USED CAR SPECIALS I'' ,, .are4 Se ,ce) .by,ca tnlo oic* m:ki-mf.hrei that also two other/ J..UMl'1 thAt iiiuiot 'Ixj movc l. They may U 1u Ill I

I will .brteg out the bM .fas post *.*.

I 'U roan XL r ASTBACKM $1111 "l BUCK KIVICKA S-DB. IUIS val e ...MJe-...,..Slam u4.rive...rose limply skim for tile gw\\ material/ littn., .j fl t f I

>r. Hardtop Y.I, Whit. Rd tat Extra Cleaa Only ITjOOO MJ.* id BowoVe Irani lit* arwof r : / .
tollecuoo Gods Idgie bfHmT'kow 4Ii./
'u PONTIAC CATAUXA ,. ints '1svicR WILDCAT 4-DB I2IM A. .1. .
s* select she right
4-Dr. w. VI Per Steer, RAH Air coat. hr. Brat** Storing. sheds tf row safe b Mr, esh.ecs
I in **l* btoory wide a dtlmu lube Inquire
Radio .
last UM of GoUra OM Vita
ii CIln-tOUT BO. Alit tins bilge. i,
I you skis I* tipoMd 110 MaMMf is. I
4-Dr.. Sedsn. V.0, Mil. Auto Tran AND MANT, NUT OTtlERJIYwH .., poe ihooU wear GoUea i;
lloarf Me* to lend If a Soft, Ittfertet .
On Owner. certainly want to el a..... 0* sine. .(.... k4 if ,I Wilda T. Russell-
your shim MM -ly and you ws*< r
110 krp ill color pnk .loo***. M* ,
FRED DAVIS BUICK PONTIAC INC I Goiitta Aattwf' B..(. so h..(.b .* '
pout COOTpfeuOS glow.Camplrtf .
KKAL: KSTATH: :
I post look bf .bri( .
sad IIM IBM ..oi|. focss.
430 Orange Arena* Green Core .SprbGKEEN p Veer .kp.u.*r.UMr........ ...{ ,; r . .
1ACKSOXTIU4E Direct Llsw. 4SU con trBNG. Flew SI4MU nH 11..14..,..... Inm rh I UflwflCOVe4.t91( ) 1 tl t : s 0
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PAGE FOUB Ctoy (Etmrtty (!EresccUt TiiirasDAT, JULY 29, -i96J

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The Game and Fresh Water REASSESSMENTS READY
Fish Commission reminds you I Iit Mat County taxpayer Two Boys DeadContinued
lrooperBillSaus..e will the bad thisweek LADIES
gel newt
that all licenses and permits HALF GALLON] JOY'S
according to LoulMG. ( from Pail 1)
expire on June 30 of each ye.rfor Smith, County las asueisor. SHOP
hunting and fishing .1 Petersen also 8, were either I

!\In. Smith said the Countywide riding or sitting

AUTO LAWS r, been completed' reassessment It In bailed had I north A pick-up, police truck say, by being Bill driven Tom 1Homop. CLEARANCE SALE

on a "fair market value", berlin, 19, of Huxley, Ga., col. I
< without as she put It, "any lided with the first bicycle, [
percentage" Increase In mind.If throwing It more than 45 feet P STOCK OF
r a property owner has Tombeilln, who was on his ENTIRE
I key'Q w only a homestead, valued at way back; to Baxley with his
$5000 or under, he will re- wife and a truckload of cattle,
reive no notice told police the bicycle swervedIn 39 Summer Dress
o I IO
11NO "Without a personal Inspection front of him, The two boys
of the new tax who were nearby ai the time of
roll," Mrs. Smith add, "no the accident said the truck Pius Dep. JUNIOR SIZES WSSM IIZESREGULAR
D AR-otFFbiTsr t property owner can makean swerved slightly off the roadway I SIZES HALF SIZES
IS 10( MILSDOWN jgdcK accurate estimate of what and onto the shoulder
i THf ROAD,.. his overall tax bill will be The bicycle's pedal flew off
w ," and struck the Petersen boy in OFF
Radiator steaming, overheating next lall 1
? Have that perished The Board of County Com the head. He and the younger 1 .
water hose renewed by mloxioners have net a tentative Hill boy were treated for minor to /2 REGULAR
US in a matter of minutes mills ge of 825 and the cuts and abrasions. The old. /3 /
Just stop in on your way School Board mlllage will er Hill boy was taken to NAB / PRICE
hospital In serious condition
home Driver licenses should be remain at zoo I
re He la said to have
The tax aasesHor's suffered a CASTLE FARMSANNOUNCES
County
newed the
during of
month
LARIIE'S your broken left BRANDS
leg and ADVERTISED
right
NATIONAL
office will remain open from ALL
birth, every two years. If you I
SEHVICI{ : STATION were born in an odd year you 1 until 9:30: o'clock each wrist A INCLUDED I\ THIS CLEARANCE SALE!

Phone 281-9108 renew in every odd year. If you !Monday, Tuesday and Thuru- lIn No had charges been against filed yesterday Tomber- NEW MILK PRICE' TilE MOST FANTASTIC VALUES!
Junction born in day evening In August to an- I
Hwy 16 & 17Green were an even year, you
slat In reviewing The tragic accident was still ) I
Cove Sprints renew every even year. 3.11 taxpayers SCHEDULE {
under Investigation
their own and their neigh
bors' assessments, TWO INJURED I Mr Donald R Sioficl, ENTIRE STOCKSportswear
; I Two Green Cove teen-agersl\ general manager of Castl
m IIIIIII I JI II'II' 'IIIIIIiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI' ' uiliIllllf" ;"III'"IIIIiIIIIIIIVIVIIIb" '";": suffered minor Injuries Saturday Farms, Inc., today an,
DRIFT-R-CRUZ when the motor scooter on .
SAVE schedule
$4,000, which they were riding swerved II nounced a new price
milk effective
on immedutely -
fiberglass Houseboat Sleeps six Ford 100 hp. Only pltiNTINGCALL Into the path of a speeding/ I in all 36 of tie
car that was overtaking them
128 hours. Save .000. retail d I Irv
run $1 Price 4825. company's a
on Green Highway Cove, according 16 just west to po of stores Speaking from his MUST BE SOLD! OUT THEY GO!

lice, office in Orange Citr, volume to such a point'
SIMPSON R. WALKER' OWNER THE CRESCENT James Newman, 18 years headquarter of the firm that production costs enable ALL SWIM SUITS % OFF

238 River Hills Road Phone RA 5.0355 old said to be the driver of dairy processing plant, Mr UI' to operate very
the scooter and Tony Raymond Stoffel had this to say: profitably at this lower
PHONE 284-3166
Jacksonville, Florida : Everett, 18, were admittedto "We sincerely hope thin price: schedule We feel it

.mllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll". .........I..I.................""..lIIlIlIIlIIlIImllmlllllmlllllll"IIIIIIU...."".."............"....".....". "... Clay Memorial Hospital general price reduction is only fair and reasonable, $2.98 8 WALK SHORTS , $1.99
suffering from
cuts and abrasions
on our milk will not be :as well as being goad business
The motor scooter 1 I. misinterpreted by anyone policy, to offer the:
said to have been total lose 3.98 BERMUDAS 2.99
a We fully realize that other consumer the full ben<:fits t l/ g 9 I
Police charged Newman with

ITS I THAT TIM E AGAIN I with having State Improper no Trooper drivers change John license of Marsh lanes and producers have many, and costs are so we must faced do price with no:.: of and H dairy Gal savings merchandising Homogenized of our system; 2.99 BLOUSES I I I I 9 g I' 1.93


said a car being driven by Pat. their product according!; Milk. . . . 39c 3.99 BLOUSES I a I g I g 2.99
rick Clendenin, 22, also of Operating as we do, with !"O.L Crude 'A' Past.
Green Cove, was driving behindthe out own farms, processing; Cream Line . 4te 2.98 SMART BAGS 11.99:
TIME FOR two boys and attempted to plant and retail outlets, we: >'O.I. ChotoUtt Milk . ,

I9. pass them Trooper Marsh do not haye to consider , . 39e
said at that point Newman wholesale home 3.99 SKIRTS 2.93
routes
I'I' Gal, Dirt-Lit Skim I l a e g I g I I
made turn In I' "I *
a left the path I livery costs or the additional
of the oncoming car expenses of throwaway Milk " Me 6.99 9 COMBINATION! SETS 113.99
ONE INJURED '. Gal "flora sissies
Geigers2FORi James Mack Williams, of type containers: flour Buttermilk . J5e "
Jacksonville, was admitted to milk. All of those ALL SUMMER HATSz' PRICE
phases of the milk busiLOW :MHK PRICES
the NAS hospital lat Satur
day after the car In which he ness are cost factors which START AT
I was riding did a compute we have set up to avow" ; CASTIE! FARMS I'i 3.99 NYLON GOWNS . 1,9779c
in our Castle Farms (lW
somersault off Klllway IT At '
38 N. MAGNOLIA A\ E.
midweek, a hospital spokesman to consumer" operation GREEN COVE !SPRINGS SEAMLESS HOSE 2 PAIR'i.OOTERIFFIC
said his condition was 'good'' W<- "'ve n"w bt 'It for
though no further Information I as
as to his Injuries was available

I According to police, Williams DRESS SAVINGS
was riding with Harvey L.
SEASONAL SALE Wllfoid, 20 years old alto of I Ont Group One Group
Jacksonville, when their car .
Ip to 1.199 ('p to $1(95
came up on a slower moving a
car Wllford who, police say,
had just been racing at theThunderbolt FROM MOO TO YOU $2,97 $4191MAI
Raceway, slam
med on his brakes and the car quere ss+n+sww '
'
went off the shoulder of the . -
..
0 :
-- -- --
road, turned over and then rI

turned back on Its wheels --- - I': SURF YOU OKT; THK: STORY
Wllford who was not Injured,
was charged with failure\ to SUDSCIUDK: TO TUP..CUKSCKNT RIGHT AT TIIK: RIOIIT TIME
Summer Sports Wear have his vehicle under control


Say You\ Read{ It In 1

I I MUST GO! AND IT GENERALLY DOES . WHEN THK: CRFSCFN'TTALK ; :
Attend

GEIGER'S' GIVES THE SECOND ITEM F-R-E-E I,I

j

I I I SELECT TWO GARMENTS FROM OUR RACKS 1 JTCHURCH SERVICES I

-Naar"......-.. I

OF REGULAR SUMMER SPORTSWEAR 19 PAY REGU- Cats and KiJs

r Cats may never have shapedthe

LAR PRICE FOR HIGHER PRICED GARMENT AND THE about educated destiny them children of have natlona charmed sine, but the tales and beginning At I

of time. I!

S OTHER ONE IS F-R-E-E extroverted Then was cat.Dick Dick Mthlttlngton'a was a char
The Church of Your Choice
boy In London. One day he donated
his cat for good luck to a
trading ship going to Morocco.
The traders arrived In Morocco
OUR LADIES'' with their goods and a kitl/-/load
of mice. All that saved the Sultan This
and Court from utter turmoil Sunday
was Dick's agreeable-and hun. ,
f rry-eat, The returning ship ,
Summer'Shoes & Sandals ''
brought Dick a fortunepre.cious \ ".
jewels and gold sent by the ,1.1
Fr grateful Sultan The cat stayed ;
..
on at Morocco hick II. became ; !' .

; , ARE ON SALE THE SAME WAY THE SECOND Lord If you of Major'one r considering of of London these charmingp -the town.addition I. '.

to 9,ur family,you and your
children are In for an enjoyable I
PAIR F-R-E-E experience. Remember, however, 1 11
a few simple pointers In the
choice of your new cat
According to experts at the
IIITHATSATee.Geiger's, Purina 'et Car Center cats are 'I'1 ', .
i, .
like people,in that no two are exactly "
alik-though general char I ::: .
t acteriatlca do prevail. A Siamese : ,
cat fr example, la friendly and . '. ,.
fun- ,whll*th* Manx is shy:: ,: '
and dependent Th* Persian is ,
adventurous and alTectionat In t
spositiAn) and the Burmese I I.
playful gentle. though more quiet and This is sponsored by the

Actually, chett
h ; 28 WEST WALNUT ST. GREEN COVE SPRINGS a the agreeable long nature way,of toward playful a cat summing ingenious fearless up,, Green Cove Springs Yarn Company .

Individual, atnaibl and always
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FOR SALE FOR RENT LEOAL NOTICBNOTICK LKGtL. :.NOTUH boat NOTICR I p LEGAL NOTICE



FOR SALE or RENT In Penney FOR RENT 3-room furnished or TK\TIO> o'rU'N 01" AI'I'I.H''TI lr.Utl. 10111K tnent.tV .
Apt.. 100 West Street. Phone TO MtKH AI PIII ,ri"> loll 'U" 'rut it"tu: 8TATE OK rUtltlDA PEK80VNKU:. ASSIGNMENTAemitniiieiii
Farm. Two bedroom house GCS M4-J21J. sl.tL IIISilltHliHIn sr*. '''.1'' ...... CLAY CliCNTVon u t .....onnl at
furnished Lot 85' front by 150' eta tie: Ketal of NOTICE IS HEHKUY: GIVEN lbs Mih day of June, IH(I I all level and to all poaitlona
11. HhLU I that htatte )1. .... the h.lu.rof at a rmular liuartl nievlln of hall b. ....<1. without chard to
deep. East side golf course. FOR RENT 3-roointurnlahed j. llvs cead the tuIiuwiitg ui'IfItat.a, baa Inn Clay County, II...,.. cf 1'ul.lu J..>*, .'('1.., or national orlnln.
Garage Elvrood Johiuon TO AM WHOM IfMVV COX- Iliad laid veetIttcat.a for a laS I 1".I'lIun. held al abs Hoard I Jhe followlna tepa .
GCS. cottag 'on river For :"III.'h\
laiorma- lliiiini :
CKHNl dead to b. tauad tn..n. 'I'll. of 'th* t Uy County Hoard an iniiiieuiaivlv, . *
Phone m-mz. Residence SOI Won phone Z84-SI74. 1-lltfc Notice la certificate number and year of of fuhllr 1"'ru..l..n.. In th* CUy polluyi" H*"innlnw th. athool year
barely given thatI I
of Ui.rn ,
.v. Hurlnu. loriila ti'ea.lous>> Iniiii .
South Magnolia GCS. (Op.posit. 1 I hate filed my final report a. Uaunnce, the Uiriitioii of tile the fnlli ai lnit reaolutlon was unmilinouxlv ti..h'. Tralhlnll aoiuarate I'o.ram foe
Property and the name In wbkhIt I .
Ailmlnlelrmrlx ot the utile ot ... .
Yarn FOR RENT adoptedMKItKH : wherein Work ahope
3-bedroom
Mill. t-U-tfe house wa a..eed ,follow
ar. a* :
ira It. Hill: dteaed, that I \\ a) the ,..,,1' of100l.ruile t* etudv pro-hum relating lo
275 Bayard Street. Call Marvin liars filed my petition for final CortlfUat No. Ml jiidlvlal detlalon, and tne etiuioU HP* lurid shall i>.
Year
din-ham and that I Kill apply of luuanc June I. A.D larloun ulatutea enauled hy |he eliminated and Mid prmraniahall
Taylor VA 4-1641. or VA 41U7 10 the tlon. Thou',.. J. IUv.ra, 5581> ,'lIn.r... of the nlle.1 Htaten IntludA. nil th. leucher of
HAY FOR SALE Call GCS St. Augustine 7.8steSL50.IL County judge of Clay County, >)irlptlon cf rroncriyiLot : . It I I.. vMlhiut quMtlon that .0. I l"lit" lountv, Honda. rardlM.
$4-si9. Florida, rn the loth day ofAuvuat 10 A II JldKwood tilMun fur ed. rnilal evHrmmlon in Ih. 'I'l '*!""' V"ur or national orUln. I
7-19-itp 1911. for apprvval ot the ", He*lion Sa. uraiitt nuhlli) aihnol of UnrldH andoihvr All faculty uo.tin.n and our ,
Paine and for final 11.111", ." K rk, r'lorlda. "I.'.. la illrual'. vlnUle.. riculum planning nrouv with
KOTICB aa AdmlnlalralrU, of 1h. ..tat) Nam In whUh" a....n.did. : Ih. Conelltiitlnn of the I niled. '..,'h.r. and prlnnpala will b*
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES of iris R. Hell decemedThl . U Doyle. Heir I Huiea of Amerlra. and thatrompaUory de-MHrenated
FOR SALE: PIANO. Lat,. up. IM 1IIK ('11(11 IT COIHr l> Und day of July 18&5.lIIay All of .ald property belne In eiuirat lut equnl I *i'. :\u'I'I..tl.ATION (t I" '('pfl5.

:!: 8 POINT TYPE: and neuro race will l b Imm- A Verbatimnov
lMl\< 10:11\. I of the ... no of Faracrapn*
type> First Insertion. daily as teaching piano so It laIn : Sale ot in* it. Bill d.. Uniaa. uch. certlflcat or ertlfHi ..r nermltled andMIKKksi I. II aim. III. herein eel out will
IS CARD O* THANKS, and 1eA4loC ......d. ate. shall b* rdemd aooonlInic \ th. Clay Countll \ .l.s PUhlMied In the Clay County
good tune and up to A-410 .:Imo: COVI.TT UAVINUS DANK T-tl-llthw to law the property dcxrlbcdhi "ril .f ("hi lo Inmruilliin, after I Cre.ient. anrt lIte It,*...* N.w.
3. 4) 30 1 pitch. Sacrifice a corporation, nub oertlfkat will b* old enhaunllv holy and line paper a weekly newspaper of
over3Oatlo
next three days l-lalntiff J to th* h1cht bidder at th. ronnlO"'ration nf th."rh I it .,..1 l distribution om'. & warS
1: dltlonal consecutive inserord8 for vl-50. all over JOtlons for }S3. Call 84-9171.. Up n.WII.LIIC. i.nt: ii. $oricnNntlo CoorS hou. dror on the flntMonday ".....hl* alternative. ., h... r..u.1 I for; four\: ( II I roniecutlve week
: C. Tril.NEll anil ,In Auiiuat, IMi which iluiled. that It U anenluiely e.. I' Immediately fnllnwlna? the aduotlon -
minimum of $1.20; all at Be per word !sitc: Tl'HNKU. hi) Hit ns'l la hereby .'Ivan Ikat the I* lbs tnd day ot A"lru.', mt.Hated aentlal lit Ih* crnilnuxd np.r- ot thin llMolullun I
:. over 30 words st 4c HELP WASTED t'afndanIL Clay County Zoning Conimlaekn this Kth day of June. ..lIlIn. .rnllr... an" .lfor. of I All imiiil alairin,, for lbs
per
will hold a Tulillii Hiannaon. t lOS. Ih. tic, 0"1" 1I'h..1 IIv.I'h'I. litla-llin, *i.houl year durlnic
:: word. NOIHM Or' I\U: Thu.IAv. Ait.u.t a. I 5005. at tCtitItT Hr'U.li. r..rn"I"I. a llitin 01111I1111111111.lh I: ir'leVl"wl,1"! .
4 Notice I II hereby clean that pursuant 1'00 I o'rlork pm In th. Aiaom- OhOUUH: I. CARLISLE! : uiuul u.'hi.uut I I I.e 'f nl'-Red "bVi
: LEOAL ADVERTISING: SALESYOKKt Kxeel- to She Mnal ivcre of Sly !Honni of lb. CUy Connlyourt Clerk rt Circuit Court of MiTIIKIlr, :j.m r..II1 ? IT : ,"ttrra. ''
POINT TYPE (' II.. .. \nne. UMul.V: H:I' liy the day Coiintv trjK'iua.'rT.'i'Kh.i. ;
11 : Kortlour* and Hale *nur.itm I llreen: Cove Clay County, riorlda I .
pint insertion, $1.40 per lent opportunity for semi- in* iaui .,.."dll.1' In the Hprlnit' ., Fl.nlila fi,r I hit |iurMi.. 7II.: li. Se-pitit llnnr.l al I'ulllo litslruutitn, all\ I I of I 1'1110110,. l l.s eu'lton Inntruot.,
'This size type) First inch cinuit C.."" In and fcr CItY if hearliiK obtain 'f an>sn rnemiipM thereof roncurrlnx Ihm lone and furma on vthkh their
: each .dditloiul iraer- retired man or woman to Count Horldn. t..e dotkvt I iMiilnir permit In enmplvwith In orul"p In oonutlv" .nh ih. I II.,..nl. o' &'lIa'II
insertion, up to 30 number lllth* under.lnneU $ flection I, and Hwtli.nl: TUN nnriiT rO"R1' or ,luau of ih* land Ih. 0111.1! ClayINninlv their iholn of thTho"nellT
lion $ .80 per Inch; or as rail on business houses in CU-rk will' ..11! the properlyinuiiie I I'araxraph III of Artlil XVI CL\V rot'isTV. rioitiitiIn Iliinrd of I'uhllr I to b* attended. by the pupil Maid
words for $3.O0, nil over required statute. I In pad county ile.irlO- or the CUy County r.onln' He.. UHANCKItr1IKWITT.!: III-n ,due) hereby i lu., ,'. In.lrue'j .I"ci, I Ii.. riiirne tt any lea.'h.r. .
by Clay County area. Expenses ed a* ula",,". namely to u>* th. rd.lnwii' I to. .,.,".,, tIll fnlliiwln ni>|l<-U) I principal' or the t'ffli.. of
:10 nt lOc per -ftord. Additional lot 13.MK IV'WIiItwK.. tnt dearrllied properly for a ,1I\III.oTTN Itt'non Ih* lit* nf the adoiulon of the dutierlntendent:: of uhllo In.Vyj"
plus liberal I the ItemilulliiniI *' ( < ou' later than Auau.t
hay }
commissions. TlalnHft' }
I ,'. Niirnerj I
a iruiiiK la Oat thereofiurned .
+ consecutive in- rilKKlMlM: Of fllOll'K: Hll.| \\rltlen Inmruullon
'" In flat lluuk S. I.rnv Ixit 4, Slab 4. I'nlt Nn I, ".. .
hall
Must live: (':tr Full Helalr H/li. nSttn': r. HEWITT, an in) lIvery: chill ellulMe' lit aiponinany" She form not.
: READING NOTICES 47 .
minimum : Per and of I hi IIrr."I pulllii tln. form
!erlion of In enter anil Inlendlnv In enter In detail' th. polltle
All Loot .n.ianhWOTICS
partlea In Interext
part-timo work. Interesting niiiriU if CU) Counly. atid. Ih* flint ihrmiah Ih. Ill ..11thsect. "*1 nul In Ship lle-ilutlon per.niltllnn .
)
*2.40 ; nil over 30 words line, 25c. ) KlorliU Illiena II.. ahall hnve an opimrtun- or st IT .. In piihlta si-h.., I I. of Clay a r,.* iholt rf the
sale service work. Tuaeiher Milk all itr'ui'tur.-. to lie heard at pall tints and THE!: BTATk. Jf Io'WIUO-TQI County ., th. heglnnlim of the rhool. neil to b. atKnded Me. t
nlMce.Uy
:: at Sc per word. ___ and lmpro" >,n.''5. now all I KHNMT: : C It 11\\: 11'1'0 Jll. II""U, ,,'huill Seer shall have ."",'he.*. vopy.
\Vrito fully to "Sales" hereaflrr on laid' land. and allfUlurt ( County rnnlnir Commlaiihin sails tth ir *tAit. IM. Ih. rlaht In enroll In Ih. for- \'I I. TN. fidluwlnaform shall
.* now or hereafter at. III': J mea i:. ('rest \ him bails Ton* nicely, all \\hlle. nr formerly all be fiirni.heil i,, the parent oruardlan I
+ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Per DEADLINE: Noon Tuesday I'.O. Ilox ;37S. (ICS tfc laihed lo .., u.ed In ronneitlonIh Chtlrman YOU Abut llh.Uh.llT: NOTIriKI Nearo ..'h""I ""'.r.., his r..,l- of eaih chill, reui.ur- ,
"" the '.r.I... herein die.irHied 7-ll-KrJI' :\) that a suit has been tllxdpiar ,1n.,., and enjoy the benfll. f.fall ltt( la '''.h'' ..h""II" Ihe flar
column Inch. 140. No dla- preceding: publication data and In .dlIl..n thereto agaInst yoY I" the aDo. ..n- ...r"..... and faolllllna availhi I'ounty ".'hint My.ient for She
th. fi.llowlna demrllied. hou.e. 'I.d caune and you ar. h.raly. .. at mid a ilnul. Th. freedom rhiml tear l ..\.UU| ,
count of Thursday.loft WANTED all Npplianie' ) whlih ar., and 11 TIIK rmrtiT rOI ItT or rlIlrod t. serve ullon .lalnIlU'. ur iholi'. herein rented I I. NAMN HTfliKNT. _
hall b. deemed to be, future (LAY ('0' 1\1'Y. IOHIU\ atlorny whess Sante aid .....,,... ...anted tu Ihe narent or auardIan hInds for UU.IIU_

"" ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. CHILDREN t and a part of the r..lty : In CHANOEIIV | h.r."n. your wrllln do. of the nunil ur puulla In. '\am. Rekmil. 91..... ttallakl
will for children !>.. aland. I ,
I rare Hot I'.ilnt llefrlierator (CK-T S-T-O 1.01.5. It any to the bill ot com yulterl or 'lit eu. h " .n IKeynnna Kelaht
bedroom FOR MALE 3-bednmm In pulillc eal. ., JOHN II JUNKS Inc In |111"11 tiareulia lo mil'h punllpuiill B.h.iol 1.11
SALE Three brick my home S days weekly at I the hUhe.t ClInt' In nail lull ropy ot whkh M'unhar
I'lalnnfl .r and auili free.lrm olIi J Illah' School '.Ii|
and
house, with carport floor furnace honio on S Iota 50 s lit' each. $15 with lunch. Prefer leach- lint She bid ler hour for of s-mb rletcn between VS.4l'IK. or I I. dfllvWtd btror Au,u.you i it Alt herewith l IDil.Herein ,. en ..10.. .. .* hubS Ii. ......'1.... at the Slut*;.*. Vark It, Mr,

and air conditioner Inrluded. Within city limit on N. St. er's children. Phone t84-SSS. orlmk. .. In Ih* forenm and lwo >. : : II. JuNPSlifendnnt tall not or dnrre pro .lime and.. In leaihrr Ih nwnner* l.nt'ipalamull hereiniieiltieil f 11I'lav lIeu 1I'h".1 Hl.h |5.-boil l "f.t.||t
lmk In Ihe aftarnoim Ih.
Cr. Johns > on UIUK or she 'Cnr..o will h. nterd aialnut .iii lire ilioul ner.nnnel ahall < >ilr..,n "'..v. Hnrlna Jr.
Good location. AU Avenge. VIII aril fur- :llth day of Autu.t UU at the I you fir th. relief prayed In the .
nut b rinllleil to adyta, reoiienrt limn Nihiml .e
front Visit RTATU OK KlA>UII>A-Toi J
dour of the Clay
clone fenrlnf. Corner of Idle- niihrd or vnfnrnlihed. For Information WANTED VI on $1.000 lame. C"'lIrlh.",.a In linen| County"'itsCrtats. I XH'ICK H JONKil bill tit complaint I,,,.. nr tilherwlne :InMuem I X'lay Mill Mi'h.tol |.|
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Til re N'1t'llr or Slit IIITITPKI
,' te.lleni I stub ilM.l.liin. Nor will I aihoilaliae I )t.h.'I.. K: ""..h.tt '
wild and Highland Avenue. phone 2SIJ1ZI or \\Ill split. Phone CCS S84.174$. lt.'ourtall, li' >rld.. \ AUK* nknownOU lU.IIKIir: NOTI. : \<) t"f'n "IIIVOHCH.WITNKKH . ".." "1"1 nllht'r favor 0' I'.n. eY: .ni."Hi'hoof" I.'
my hand and th.1 ihildien lieoaunv of the I )T. l' Mill :
r Mem
; T-lS-tfe 125. -Jtfe KIMl
( .1128MI11. 7.29.ltpBUYER'S .HiilK! : | U {'..titiiei.al'l.rk :. Shut a tint lisa been rll..Ia.aln.t I eat ot phd, Court at llreen. (Coy I choli mad. Ichl., I.'
Clrrult Court yon In th. abuts not.Iliadraun. Miirlniti l.irl.lrt th"a Ith dIy of i I hi I In his event men'rnwil- C III l': Hannerman, I .
IIIIACK, : M. CAUI.ISI.H. and pus are hereby u.IIUlrot July: A is l toll' Inn leeull at a narlliMilar' ..'html *::1'1., tI.'h".1 I.'
I'enuiy < ,lark. t* spree upon intlff| ( from the i'hu.I'e mad. priority if I lark. I:Urn
Muhonej lladlnw. Chamber Itornev who. name and nil.I MKAt.lnrTiiuiK: : I.. r,nuni.K, anal."iu lint ahall lie hn.eil. ,"It'hiiu 1'z5; I."
Adama rrnnns.p.Se herenn, )our writ rierk Plrcult Court prniimiiy. wlihoul regard tu ell\', K:. I'hrrry tlen '
I .". ten defrnee.. It any. to the bill tiv VUUn, II, Hnhm' '.,'1.1 loiDlderalloiiareieilrd I 'h,1 I I'S ;
GUIDEAIR I if comiilnlnt In Klil .ulu ropynf Heniitr, l'l.rllJPSSISI1. II I 'J hs who.. .'luIu'as sen S I.\ N Hall Klan: ,
whl< I h I I. delivered to youivrewllh : .M a NOHTOVAtlnrney I.ca,s..nf..v.te el wdInn I II. h".1 I.'
IN HIM I IIU'II r till ItT INNII on or b...rlr. Ailku.t for I'lulnurf, will he notified and penultl.rl f I 11 I KM.1", .. Inlet MemMi : .
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I-III I |its sit N1 > II, A I'. 'Seth. I All Irni. In inak. an eff.illy ,'10..10'. hunt ii
.IIHIII %, IN I IMNI MM: llreln fall' not or deere* pro .. for meritS I I 11:1.:
.. ......,' P I), lto. DTItlreen nr a r.u''rl..r.: or \lIthll..hu III
'a.by oonfeiiu will k* entered
nnaln.lrnu > FloridaTl4lp' \ Mi Mi hui.1 IIl'.r.l
i'ov l i>rlna>. !
CONDITIONING BLVLRAGLSPAUL'S PIANO! for ike erupt tl't.II : I'.IiuTIII I ..
KMKIirilUll 11.\\'I SUII prated In the I I : N -
II\NK lilt..) of ....".....''hl. ---- .__-- Ill All iiuulU\ atiendlnir Minimi ; ,;; ; .;;.,.11.- 1
a rornorallnnllalniff. 'INK: N 'Tl'IIK OK Hlll Bt'I'T In I lie liny I.oiinly Hi'hi ol "u. ,I,...., _____ __ ___
MILBERGER IIKIMI I ; rim MtorreMTNPKil it inn ioi nr or TUB! tot i.M I.m ilurlnn Ih* ihoul tear I'U I..".........
QUALITY FIANOS \ mv hand and the ji ni.i:, t stY tot' >'rr.KI IIIU hall r.al..ler lor Ih) Sloth' so X lin.ilo. .. hini of
IHII.lYi': WATSH I mm-i": eal of mid. Court al OCean HIII', IM I'''''" rl1. .ill.ul I year II.U.'OU' hv return- )'rur .'h"ii'r' I.e .n5-11l" Mihn.il
I and rAKUI.YN M La/MIT/*.. \ urln rinrlda thl* lii tf: r.t.t* ofCM Ilia Ilie realiirallon form' to any boa, t'l..i'o' uI 5' h..1 fr uit. ,
REFRIGERATION Now Oa hi. olfeItefendnnl \'rh'W' "' 'J'I I IX. Al\). l 1511. '111.1):H llnllAUT IIHIhW leather, I'rlnrliml. ol Ihe """.. bet p. h".1 V.5. ? "".., h. 11..1.
Display I *. ,"101.: I 1..1..| i>f II he Huuerlnlendeiil ..I I'ulilit mid. llm fi.rmfnu"t b* .I"r",1
I ., i :OIUlK: t. CAnt.lHLR. lo.lrui tlun between AiiiuM I.}' I,. unc Irnrlmr. .rln'I.1| .>r of.
All Legal Beverage Sales Service turn: "t' klir CKKIMTrillH AND PKR* .
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TO
II Imi4l '1. or the .
Clerk Clreult' Court, ln*> ihroiilh A UK u el llVoeiulanIsil 0'
SERVICE j Tin sTunt or "'I '''U'A Sly Vivian, II. Hohnt MONK. IIAVIMI CLAIMil Hit l urlna .u.'h reainiratlon, HerU of, '.....11..' luaieup'ltit. .n ,'p ...r..,.
EAST TERMS TO rmui.ir' WA'I\N I.KIITK *- fiepufy Clerk. KMAM: AHAIMir: SAID I ehnll lie mandatory the(' Ik" A....,., U I oem. ". chIra nuaulehnll
Open I A. 3L U 1 A. M. > : a"., lAIIIMt.V M.IwiXl.IITK II. n, IIIIOWV: Jo'TATICI: I I..ro"t ue MUMrdlaN of Ih. PUPlIllend h. hlnIi,. 1..1" 'Iho .h..1 ,
HART FURNITURE CO. Isle ..,lf-. reeldeni. Yu and cab of are her*. ..,h..1 ,
Allnrny you realelerlna-> ilurIna was loel.tsel.
fop rinlnllff
iI. r............ ...,..S'..... .. and to ., '
and addree unknu n AiMreeiir by notified required pre' Ih. 'hu. ., I..4-IM4 Ill ultittt'l'! K. l'ATKIIMI IN
*.. R...._ B.r,W. !, Walnut 8to Phone 214-8X11 I lou Ir. hr. notillrd thai .l Law in'hunqa nil pans any claim* and demand .>enl.* th. ..h..h. drained In ."
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9 S. Palmetto Street Duval County Line Grrra Cove Springs '" .. a tuii baa teen :r..I. aaainet. v..u Jarktonvlll. n.irlila' .hl.'h you ur Ither ., you l'rsa.etih I Sal har.nf, :.t:0: IIno,1 ot IMUIIo .
'In lb aahtpa liil.d .U.e and may have .,aln>l the .0.1. offhaile I All,: MUIIII *Hu allalndth 'l..lp.i I ,ilt
Home Phone t$4-7ll North of Orange Park |! tl ,il 4ou see nerliy rxiuire.j I T.II.Up llnlnrl, bill, de, de,'.... ace of fit. (Ul ,..,. and JPsusN I'' TYKES .lll.
nu.ln,... Phone II4- 5*1 REAL ESTATE :file. tour anewer wllk the t I Ilhi Sari; ed. let, of and 'uunly" to Ih* nine in ml ,."110. in or liefmrdiiillletl Ctia.rlt.btI.nl. ii l'uSult In.
: > 'nun, and In >erv* fiunlt Juilne ..r Slav ('. untyUK lie rii.l/ ,lywill. Ut ihn It ion..Il .1110.11 .Iu.'I1
II, .HI. tar*..f UIHIII ike I'UlnlIff, : OPIYf Bud SogeruJorfBJV ni| bin 0ffl'>< In She rnurlh ) I, a' hmiihi .I..il 0I11r1" anyOne I.....,.
..UPUSF. BOATS 'I I,' ,< l .met whim* nellie and .... 'iee of said' t'onutv al 111".... 'hail. 10.. . at IU -
TWIN REALTY 5,05 li.i'ui' a '.r Iha 5' "..... .I., 'il
I. ln wilhln4l
i 5'r:1: /::: .'II/lI'M'.. : ': 'N' 1I..1t.. it, .,1.Miirino.."., 'i,,,,nile from the l'uutI. .ntiti Inl.,1 l<" 1011111111Ih ' PLEASE /
I ... I ih* a. ''" I Iyo.r
TV APl'LTANCB UU'i/ N a 'TaII' i.i.l unite i i--i
II r uldl\ lIon ofIhi |
hull lint tin. f i.t
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SERVICE INLET MARINAand I kionvllle. I, Klnria.i ti p I | y Mi I hoot, Mitlem. hall. by aidII..ph !i a RWs
"' 1m dnnand hll b* In ,
or .car.lat
Realtor .
I 'I i later than Aiitfuel II A f 110.1"' .r."a u l
BONDS-TO ttrlllnand kll 11'* IhaOtece land, in I... "
\Ve Repair All Brand ft RENTAL Oil.If. of i*.,..1.".'. and .....t nffi.e ur uihtr Mron ( tin I
Boatyard ft SALES ,-iu fall lo d.- *o, lu',.. narento' r..I..t Ill l iin'' -
Servicing Clay CountyFor ACREAGE I f',.. ,'"",..._ w II I.. enlerxl a. UNDERWRITEVOUR aililne' nf Hie i I lalmanl.' and ly all Mint*, or 'u "\.,CIt ailneTrJel
MERCTRTSALES LOT ..lh.1 ,,," for Ik* relief demand.d COONTRyb .h.1I l| be .i4ori, '1lev She eUtw- .. "....I ar laSt, ,'hul. .
Slileen Yean Residential I* Ik. CompUiatTh mil .,Ohl >ir atlorney and 1I1.r.i re"ldm.'*, ir,itnAuauei /
CommercialIndustrial
lu.unFULLERTON'S SERVICE : naiut .., pat .till helnn '" "'''''''<111..1 ly a film lea nfin II IPSO Ikrvuan Aua-
Ph.
Oranie Park for ih. '"r..l. ..,. ..f M.,". MIC3HT. dollar and. sub claim or demand II mil
** .. .... r..MKflelli sIt .. _... ._._ .._
.i'Uinlierlr ,,,. pnmerlv *ndin. n i .n 'liedh ll Ill I'uuile tranenrina nn" "
MOTORS-TRAILERS Serving Greater Clay C.Mty ..ni..... Uraled In I lay I'niinly. ./ : II M, Pride by K')' Hay tiiuniy .. houl a,alm' lrrlid
I rlurlila dewrlhed a* 1.51,1|| A* ...",1"'.trai.r "< Ouf, r:*- \ Iha .. leh.Ionl alu
Wet Dry Storage Notary PakUePIIOXC l 411 I Ill-irk II MrAIMlWHHixiK ; lull ..f Ihaitre Iliiharl )llirltl., IVaHeM. 0, h.o.t In *... nflril

Are Marine Wars I tnt' a....rdina. I.. .. ...... .. p IllOhil 01.11" lhn "h..1 pmnrillSloSs
24 N. Orange Mat, lh.e..ei.4 h, hal I FirnI 11111011 .1I..n 7.1.. I'll aid *'* ",,' ..."..
Office II4-1M1 .., '.11..... peiI, ....11 by
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r.reen Cove h... It. k 4. Peee II .r'lherurr.nlr I"'" 'SC I''"
17 SOUTH
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Orange Park Phone IU.'US Orange A'.. .. at Bay SI : .. Ytaetde.AVI' ...'.11"" 0' .Ih., palmun .....u. tg CAIJ
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INSURANCE: I.....'... In oe u..... a ha I ( Ill tilt NM, >'I,IHI lilt. ....rlr all N..... 'h..1 ..r Ih..1t
REED ACCOUNTING *tM.v* de4ritM. .'....1..... In 11.1 .-..,.,* att'llAltiJYrTlt ,.nos. a t..I lb.:', losila... I FiRES,
I If..l lInt II..III-. lie n.' and : I, )1 l'lI LIIVr IC II.I' .t.o4 A.unl 15. 108$ IneueIl -
Inen M<. lel I ISO lir ll.il I '.'........ It Irnit. I
AND to I'r_.. Water Healer Mf del "UI( II TO INelUtOHSAll : id I In .ae.0 f ..,*rrro.4i SMOKE 5AVSIOLO :
FRANK WM. OTTO I .rhulr at
A I UPHOLSTERY IT II I) firel nrnferem In
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TAX SEKViCK: ICPrae.ve Kianiewarl eredilore *f .. ho..le will .Sin lI..n lo lh..5I.aIie I \ %l.4rc..U. TILL Cotom
datee..4are
Charlotte I. .
Warner ii I..4wail :: ::i'.t: Sb., im.i.I.e, darlse Ass.Sal
lit Magnolia Arena tlqulreiI
Lisle Kennejr. Owner Special Acrntlaamae Healer. Model (IH ".r b.Pnbp I || !U". ihruuak, Aneitli II 4pJBRfAlltJThht0/ I IS
1.lm. .n.l.
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N. Orange An. Oreen CoveTeL Green' Cove print,* I It .11". SIll Tank an nsa
wllk Per.**al ierrle A ITXrii. m* kad and ...I..r whbb I Soy may hans seams el The ekote mad al SlIP
2144731I'ersonaljzpul Phone MI-I7I4 I.n4 {'anCI aS fI,.." au.. 'SVS.sS.Ii. aid pulse I la Ihe cffle ef Inn lime ..l rDtrlion. PI ",.'''111
Complete Insurance Ce-rerac Ions'' .u.... of ny County, binding Cue
.. el nul ekall be
f.m"IC ilnelda. lie Sled .1. *
1 Services PUHNITURKCANVAS ".. .f J.IY. 50(5.nni .Plaride 'In I". ...'tll...... aau till *."",,.1| yer .IIM
it LIFE FIRE: AUTO ,(. CallS I ,... Toy. Uprlnie, riorlwlihiaj .... It. Thn lnC.s'sa, ,.1." .1 ,..
lmAccounting HOMEOWNERS WORK I "Es.ails I., canI.iisi.n' FARM LOANS sin l ,flen. "r monlk from tatrallon. will b* fiillu..d an- p
& Tax BOAT TOPS a CUSHIONS I ,.,11 of Clreull ('.",. Ih* dale, ef Ik* firit publlralionof a".II.
ie MORTGAGE: LOANS rise ,....nle rinrMaHy Ik,. nolle, r..... claim nr de- III. "" "'' '
Returns SLIPCOVERS MADE riraee M (Tartlil. on manS 1,1.1 ta Inn Wetlln* an.lInn.l 1..1" 'iK" n. *...} \
r. it H08PITALIZATIONrbeael *......1. Clerk *li* ike. pla.e l rf ,r4ne ,... 1".1. .. '.. *
"New Furniture' I.ft..... Itft''W I TIMBERDAIRY and ....'orll.saddrola f Ike. aol OilineSs. hail maClOll r '
Business FirmsIndiriduaU at Green Ore U4U41JatkaaafiOe with t.U Old eomlo ." lalmaai .... WIll, k* *..,a I* ...ardiaa. or lkr ..ere... .undIn ,
I I PARMS ky time tUlmaal. his *.enl. *i in lien. parenll. kall kay I
1JI-M C A. RVMMEt -CHURCH his, ailarney. .r II will ....*.... freedom ef eknlr wlikoul re."final .
NOTICES I RANCHESPART.TTMK void eror4ln. I. 'law, .. hole ,... ...1... oe nal.
Jeae II IMIw.lt.r *rla I* ,((4. Pal01.sa *cfc. l
*. .-. V0s4 FwtS I MILK DFLnERT: A Mt Uklk.fr. ..IwO ky ike Slav C'vuniyki \
CHRISTIAN M1ENCKsocimr GENERAL FARMS rrnlr *f ISo. reiaie ct .> l M.)..... *.n lnIk* .nkwlf ; ruMLI
Otrlxlt* I. .klkfer. , lklr ...,,1,*. All ...*. will OsY CAhi ,.gWe.li..
( .\.ILEY'SrwIwA BAXLEY TRIM SHOP |-.)... k* f. ld *a a nnn4irlmial'irykael poRtly FIStS 1II
W.D.Morris C.,. C. Hewatm It. Long Terms . no LIMlefwl aeeerdl, I* ).'.....1 .*rotl.
TRADBBS lies West UaroiM ..1_..
N. MagMka Ave penalty on pro-payment
Gnat en. ...... n.w. H, BI 13Pb.

11 K. Pataof .... TO. SS4SSMaUoe Dfatrl>aUr ... lit.Uti GREEN COVE SPRINGS rtDEEALLAND

t, Orui AvwMTat Ore** Cove aetags. PLO 1.154 BANK ASHOCIAT10Mof

All Milk pave,-- .....--.. -....... Aagvet I GalaeevUlo
IN.... Jersey .... ....... .. .'." 0- ... ovee
ranee Park .. ... ................ alidI.K. SakjeetlLOVE
._ ....... 0aU ,alII ISIS SW. llth Street
Blaadlag ..4 Tst SM-4ttSf r. ........ ........ .-.. t .- I7$4M
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I\t'bonvin ... .... ._....... 0 S palfua. pb.sweotas. ,ft eortlal lavttaUoe. to n..... you don't trade

"*-.flag A, c.- ... HOME DElIVERY IiT&i1JPEEL : 4 I. attend OJT ........ ..

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WI 'TiLDE W ANTTHDtOOF CALL tI...... e* 141144mtirmtK ESTIMATES DEliVERY with u. we've both

TALCS A SPECIAL MESSAGE: TO MT SlANT. FRIENDS ,
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AND" PAST ACQVALXTANCESLkUags
PRINTED tTPUEs

Otna_ EQrIPVrPAIIZJCAX aa far have gene "' .114 say rtpMtallmu' .. IOlt !

Alt BASE rrKNITCRC CO. We give the sew I aaa I* pmHIo .. sk.w lots, ..... "-'n.. ...

beat poaaftle. Job .. .-. I wink t* Uaak all ssy frleada. for their k ariflawotaaewt
PuroltoseepesI.g
omci srirtT co. ( Fled ApoBeseSCheio oo poor prtatlnc. ,....... !ti laad ahe.M pay silts dividends tA'NSS-Now: j

ROOM ForuM.U.o Our swrvle ...mpIeue .. yrara U ..... A caM wtO prove Ihle I
Lloyd C.: loON Jr. Owner
Seal ftm'.i1 niv4.Jaeksoavflle poo. tad Jean Rave three k..>o.oa ..... .. trade I FRED DAVIS BUICK-PONTIAC I INC.

tfpedafisU In T t44ltTfy our prtees wfl bnaaotiablt. for .... la Orange Park. :
I 4M Ovaage Ave. PTMa e lit$3-314-303 CCS

Office Bupplte tad SARAHALLOCK
a na-tn.4 A4 CALL capon ALL
Offlct Equipment
to Tike PHIWIELI MATTER *.... Beat Estate Broker

Complete UM of Greeting CUT cOUNTY CBESCEXT JIlL JohM Are. ..... U4-N4I .. Crwv Cove Springs

cur COUNTY cuscorr J. D. Ciilnla. ........ _
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: PAGE SIX Clay( County Crescent! THURSDAY.. JUIY ia. IMS



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I O.t s. I5,54 : -
: 3u.-:; : I'Y.OllRMOT14
By HUGH SMITH .'
I \
I LAs A Matter Of Fact I
It la maybe an hour before subs or wolf-pack Germans, \
sunrise and I am on the end of The little sweeps, who had
my dock with a fresh pot of higher casualties than any
coffee a new pack of butts and ships afloat they were firstto ,$hapAdrr1; orrss Li.JLL -

the morning blat. make It safe for the rest. George Wlnterllng, Channel 4', 'weather analyst, will

Over on the Echle Bide of the I It was a cold morning some- talk on the hurricane outlook for this year at a meeting in
river the Master Craftsman time In the 60's when the last the Orange Park town hall at 7.30: o'clock next Thursday

sends scouting shades of blue ship was towed away from Pier night.
pray, gently pushing back the Able. I stood on the bank in COM PLET'
Wlnterllng Is credited as being the only weather forecaster '
night and stirring all things' front of my house and watched ..
to predict accurately where Hurricane Dora'would ,rr
to life that have survived the It half way to Jacksonville. '
hours of sleep. strike. He was featured spcNaker at a July 14 meeting I , Reg+ jrHl mfv
There was no feeling; of loss of the North Florida Civil Defense Area.
Out on the old naval station, no last gallant salute, no tears r y',.ROgitterForpss*** ** *ty.3 .
'Austin T. Drlnkwater defense director
civil for Orange
a few lights blink and twinkleto for yesterday for this old f
Park and Area I of Clay County, who attended that meetIng .
light a way for nothing and fighter. I simply turned my
called Wlnterllng's the current outlook
presentation of
nobody. In other years the back and did a Jig-step back to SOURCE OFBUSINESS
"the subject the
I outstanding on program.
sound of scurrying; feet the my bride of many years.

rumble of tugs and the soundof I "In time, I told her, "500 "I am sure everyone in the area recalls the devastation I r
young voices lifted on the ships have passed in front of caused by Dora," Drinkwater said, "and for this reason I 'd4 ; "
morning air this house I have just watchedthe strongly urge the public to attend the Orange Park meeting S.C'a
Old ships lay chained to one I last one go and I hope it and to become familiar with what causes hurricanes and
another five and six to a nest sinks in a hundred fathoms of to learn the outlook for the next 60 days. rrj *.e
pitted and pocked with I water at low tide. For twenty August and September are the hurricane period
rust resting between tides
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years, I scraped rust, ate lousy
that come and go Some of *
I chow, had too little sleep and
them still wearing on their I walked up every walk-way In A slate of nominees for the county agricultural stabilization
bridges proud medallions of : the world except my own. I and conservation committee is to be named by Aug. II, JaleibookiFORMS', 7
submarines sunk and aircraft
have been half frozen burned I
shot down in other years in Farmers eligible to vote In the committee elections may
with live steam and torpedoed
other wars, I nominate any farmer-member by filling a petition bearing
twice. From this day on, I become .
As a surviving member of I the signatures of six or more voters at the County ABC .
; '
civilian.
the tall end of an old Navy, I I' ft office before Aug. 6. Additional nominations may be made :
have watched these old heroes "Old shipmates always salute by the present committee, Balloting will be held by mailIn
being towed out of their ob- ach other" says my bride, "Es mid-August and new members will take office Oct. 1.
execution II pecially when they are seeing { '
scurity for final as Manifold BookfIN ,
,
time. *
last
the
they became targets for ships each other for .
designed for future wars or "This is very true," I say, so Harry Stewart of Oreen Cove, has been graduated in v .
pawns to some nation whose I look in the direction of the fine arts from the Famous .Artists Schools, of Westport
application for a poverty pro last ship to leave the old Naval 'Conn,, after computing if 3-year home study course. Directing -
gram reached final approval. I station raise my right hand the art courses is a faculty of noted artists Including THE
There were five hundred i I smartly with my thumb to the Dong Klngman, Ben Shahn and Norman Rockwell
ships out there at one time, point of my nose wiggle four *
each with a story of its own. fingers vigorously and give Cu it. ChecksNATION '
Stories of troops unloaded on with the loudest bronx cheerI More than 13 per cent of all new active cases of tuberculosis .
the beaches of Tarawa by theM can muster followed with reported In the State last year came from this area, aft'ez' o
LST's. Destroyer escorts, these Immortal words Dang the Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Assn. of Northeast
with gun crews at battle stations you and all things like you Florida. Clay is one of 10 counties in the dIstrict

for 40 hours at a clip, I you took a darn sight more *

tv !sting, turning, hunting Jap than you gave!" Florida has a heavier concentration of one type of radio. I (

active fallout than any other state and the State Board of #
Health is trying to discover why.It .
is cesium (SEE'-zi-um) 137.It Is not dangerous In small . .
Don Pool'sSELFSERVICE amounts and the concentration noted In Florida has been

r very /small. It and some other fallout elements spread
COIN LATJNDBTfalmetU throughout the body and hence there is lens danger of a

a Houston Green Cm damage to one particular part. It and strontium have a long-
lasting effect, but strontium concentrates in the bones
Open 14 noon Every Day Iodine on the other hand, concentrates In the thyroid but
rhUco-BeadU Machines Is dangerous for only about a month after an atomic blast '
Double Loadst lie 10- ., Single Loads I lie NOW AVAILABLE

Fluff Drrt Me .
The Florida Department of Veterans Affairs last year "
EVERYBODY WELCOME) placed into the pockets of Florida veterans, veterans' widOws -
dependent children and dependent parents almost AT

$21 million, according to M. T Dixon. .
Dixon said the tremendous population explosion we are
experiencing in the State of Florida will result In an increase L THE CRESCENT !
COTNEY In the economy ai the result of these Federal tax- _
,,1 it ''f free dollars coming into the State through the efforts of

TIRE his agency In behalf of the wartime and peacetime disabled
DIr veterans'
Dixon urges all veterans, or their dependents, having any
Ili SERVICE problems with their veterans affairs to please write himdll'e.t We Are Also Pleased]

to P. O Box 1437 St PcU-Mburg.
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Cor. Park a King Jacksonville
The Oieen Cove Jaycees have changed the dates of
Phones EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6191 their monthly meetings to the second and fourth Tuesdays

I / In older that members may be present at City Commission: Announce That We [ Now

meetings and, in the word of Jaycee President Freeman .
1III1.lstrR Everett to take a greater part In civic affairs.
The Green Cove group, with others around the State,
\ Is on record al"favorn! passage of Oovernor Burns' $300
million road bond Issuc l Under terms of the proposal to Represent The Regency':
Prom the smallest to the LARGEST! be put to the voters In November, Clay County will get
the second largest share of the fund . foi 4.lanlngKlllway I'I
Distributor Miller Tires Autolito Batteries 17 from the Duval to the Putnam County lines

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I M & Penney Farms cliff film Illustrating NAS showed present a Navy day J "ki paayTsTllakc'=-- '

H..E. miracles. Chaplain Radcliffe' r Appetizing Salad Mold

Is being transferred to WashIngton
MAS. HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone 521-Mll
as assistant for administration
preacher at the Penney to hold my pencil and brush." 'Church, at 7:30: o'clock. All for the Chief of Chap
rte Church 10:15 serv- They have visited the World's residents of MHC are invitedto lalns. He has been In the service -
in Sunday will be the Rev Fair a couple of times and I attend. Mr. Little for ,a 21 years
\. David Thaeler. plan to go again. Said the i number of years was a missionary -
ercessory prayer meeting Munsells who are hear them : stationed In Teheran Iran
( ) 9.30t 'coming them last : where The Rev. W. Kinsey will be
Ti Friday at : were see he was the pastor of the
\ in the lecture room. Thursday.The Community Church, and,''also unable to teach the combined
adult Sunday School class
at
---- chaplain to the American forcesbilleted
and Mrs..;O. J. P. Barker Rev.,and Mrs Percy R. there. At the conclusion the next Penney Sunday Memorial The Rev Church Dr.,
led a tvo-day visit with Batchelor have accepted our, of the pastorate the major
P. Howard will substitute
George

I ion. Rex 'Barger, of Tel- request that we made of most general wrote to him an exceedingly '.
Klnae
In Mr place.
Springs, O. last week. vacationers that they send congratulatory letter
'' filled with thanks behalf of
news items. Each summer' Mr. on
Elizabeth Flnney of Batchelor, la kept busy preaching the Armed Forces, and the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D.
ton, Tex., visited her in churches of. their de U. S. Ambassador wrote to Myers left this morning for a ....
er, !.Irs.' Ethel McBride, Indranale nomination. He has been askedto the Bishop a letter expressing vacation at Cape May, N..1 '
recently. preach In Bridgeport, Wal- highest esteem for his services where they will attend the two- i a .; 'i:, .: .. '
lingford, Plainville. and Hunt- Mr. Little and his wife will week conference of the 20th 11:, ''q, 't. .".,'V.....1'11
am 4 Mrs Irvin Foster Ington In Connecticut. He also be visiting Mrs Mabel Vermll- Century Reformation Hour l .,' .I.Iji,! ,1"\ -01, "l.'T....
has been asked to give a service ).. a long-time friend for a conducted by the Rev. Carl P, "I 'i' '
from Rldgewood, N. J. . '\ ", : __ ... I 1. Z
at the aged folks' home in few days, previous to going on McIntire whom they have '
heir thought are turning Its easy to dress up a simple flat or meal ward. Mr. Foster misses Bridgeport, as he has done in their way to Nassau for the known and admired ever sine r attraction that is color and flavor. A bright ruby niolilfjil
previous years. Also, he is celebration of their wedding his Seminary days. for Instance,livelr.In l i rendy-to-use strained beets from the
1C golf, and both miss writing an article for a religious anniversary. They are the parents baby fond shelf and I'lemon flavored gcUtin mill mike a sparklingcompanion | I
new porch and i periodical.On of four children. At present for must any [Foster \la takJn i Mrs. Myersare a few minutes and made hours in advsnre. Try the dloldcd I HttlSfalixt
and
While Mr.
at the nel'hbon'l Mr. Little Is the Pastor of in fish molds when serving ftah (Us shown almve). Use othet
rte Wednesday night, August
the Binghamton N. V. Methodist away until August IT, the shapes for different main di hcs Custard cups will .1'a1.1I0 l< if
"having fun. 4, the Rev. Samuel,Little will Church. Rev. and Mrs. Lloyd Ferris will the fancy shapes aren't handy
act I have speak in the Penney Memorial ,
take care of the Church property Mold.d Beef Sul.d' '

The Rev. Basil Truscott tells and meetings there. I P.....WmoB-fl..oml srlilln I rshhpuns-kirns (like'IVl 't
News Items for The Crescent ruInh.nsale, IIahkpuueNrlsdphliing.b
of receiving recently the most 1 Jan Ceibrr ilralMd beets I lahkopmt:: : paled eaten ,
Mrs.
to Mary
MADAM BESSIE unusual letter ever. It was a 23 should be given Hull mil. ptpptf to IwW
Quadrangle.Sea" "
at the
foot roll letter from the Rev. Storey niwobeeLsaa. .. In .dot wsltrt Mir In ...... rent While HiKlwt b still
I She will read your entire life past, and Mrs. P. R Batchelor, filled liquid., tile In rtitwlnlnf IntrtdknK.' tfmoit Nil* lmU:.Miul mold nr cmlur4ciiH.
Chill Nnlll arm. smold M wind peep- Gene nllll a Hlail drivtaft.
[present and future. She asks no ques with' news and illustrations.The starring Lloyd Bridges U detlftd. Hake 4 l 0 4 ""...|>
I(tons but will tell you what you want to churches In Mlddletown wood. Fla., has.been the scene II MOBILE CLASSROOMS FOR N. C.

.know, giving date and facts of business, Conn., and neighboring communities . of filming of a portion of "A- Taylor Mobile Homes last week produced the first ofIt
II love, health and family affslrs. Will are availing themselves round the World Under the mobile classrooms (eu i SO feel) for use by North Carolina t
of Mr. Batchelor'spreaching public schools." The first left this
help you find lost art. TELL you whom I Sea" strrtng Lloyd Bridges and convoy early week.
services every Sun Taylor, now employing approximately SO persona, I Is turn
and Keenan Wynn.
I you will marry and when. If the one you
day. lag ant two mobile housing units this week
dally ,
SEE
1 \ according YOU AT
love la\ true, what part of the country
te Denies Tucker general
(luckiest for you, and what to do to be manager Photograph above
The Florida Egg Commission shows he retractable porch.Burlington .
at 7
I successful. Will reunite the separated, Each Sunday evening
I locate absent friends and relatives, and o'clock In the Quadrangle, theRe will soon launch their
(cause happiness between man and wife. ,. Dr. A. David Thaeler Jr., "Golden Goodness of Florida
i up lover's quarrels Tells, if sickness or bad luck \laI conducts a hymn sing and Eggs" advertising extrsvaganaa Echie'sORANGEDALE
which will be one of the Approves2Forl
I enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell program appropriate to Sunday
please you, but will ten the truth. One visit will repay Last Sunday evening largest programs of Its kind
i for disappointments In all others. I not only read your Chaplain Robert Wesley Rad- In Florida.

e like an open book, but X also help you out of your IIIII"IIII" .... IIAIJllltjIlJI-t I Stock-- SplitStockholders
3UBI.P3. Come and ... why you are so unhappy, why IN
verythlng seems to go wrong. WHY be sad and down- II
Radio V of Burlington approving an amendment to
John's
arted, sick and worried when you can be helped and &J
I Industries Lie., lust Friday approved Burlington's Certificate of In-
emhlnr made clear by consulting THIS OIr'ltDITJIIi
a o-for-one split 01 corporation\ to Inrresse ,I the
I Everybody welcome. NO MAIL uZE lTIl
ANSWERED. RCA :
the textile firma Issued common amount of authorised common
[ make no house sails. Dont mistake the address
MADAM I
AMANA XORQE APPLIANCES stock and an Increase inauthorized stock and to effect the stork
ESSIE: Is located north of Callahan on Hwy. Sot. one.mile common stock from split.

from City of CALLAHAN, Fla. Phone I7I-2JW. - 17,5SSI le ......,... shares.The Burlington Industries now I II II
WATCH FOR HER ZION IN FRONT OP HOUSE Erperiencrd Service On All Make d Models II
stock split, effective at has approximately 31,700,000 I
Across the Street from RVtNO cWT COUNTY OVM I* T1URS
SPORTSMAN MOTEL I
I the close of business Friday, common shares outstanding, t
Open dally I AJD. to 10 p-m., Including Sundays -e-e- provides one additional share after the spilt. The companyhas Where The tint' People Meet _
THIS CUTTING GIVES You A $> KEADLNU FOB 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Spring
ft for each presently .Issued share. more than 10.... stock I
j
Phone 284-3122 Certificates representing the holders.
additional shares --- -
will be mailed

-- -, -- -- ---- -- -- ..: _ _h_' ,.. u_ :.t ,- - -,- -- > August II to stockholders of '
0 ====:-=: 7
record at the close of business :

,waaasawy I II I II July 23.surrender The split of will present not require P c r j: 1 1I

stock certificates, which should
be retained by stockholders.Over .
SI per cent of the texTile { JI I

I was company's voted at outstandingstock the special I

!, A meeting of stockholders Friday,
I
I Message. I Ii I I
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made daily . the average person is still Interested' in rending Ms t

home town newspaper to know what goes on I in Lie own aren. Accord'

Ing to a survey made sine ID-JO, the period whoa radio and television :

were introduced J . every day over CO rail ion copies of newspapersare ,'

being sold daily. "
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To keep np with this demand for news, the newspaper industry r

f has been continuously *t work to improve their service , and lint "I' r

I I' accomplished this with more up-todato conunnmcilions method 'II''i

So does the Clay County Crenornt try to keep giving you the ''IIi' .. ... ."' --- W'IIIII' .
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: business people who find that their sales message does reach their UMCI ist>

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: the Clay County Crescent are open to you. Take advantage of 'tI them.
I, I ebwlq Well Jpeefelid You want advice on a gear lubricant. Or a hurry-up delivery of j ja

ELECTRIC PUMPS I battery or tractor tire. Whotrvcr your need In farm fuel

CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT i i WATER SYSTEMSf. and lubricant, H' good to know you can turn to

the Standard Man. For you trust his deliveries a* much as I
; Phone Green Cote Springs 294-31G6 i.I i.
his product And value hi
I H. A. TERMS you technical advice* much

I a* you appreciate his interest a* a friendly neighbor,
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reading your newspaper for ONLY 15.00 (pawl in advance). I O your needs and can serve them quickly.

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Power Rate Slice Not Heads Taylor Plant School Integration mlllmm Ill n mlll M .llIImll l pi _ll 1 .

I I Gets HEW Okay
""- Denton ("Denny") Tucker: "Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef i

Brewer formerly an engineer with the I The County School Board's
Big Enough Says Alrtemp division of Chrysler 1 plan for Integration of the 411i. S'M
public schools, described in
The recent "rate reduction" who, In his campaign for the r Corp has been named generalmsnager ''I The Crescent on June 10, has ,i. CHUCKROAST
I of Taylor Mobile been aproved by the U. S
order by the Florida Public Public Service Commission in
Homes, Inc Joseph Benedict, Dept of Health, Education and
Service Commission to tho 1964 charged that Florida's
+; who was acting general manager Welfare!
Florida Power of utility companies were overcharging .a z .
Corporation In the
early day of the The plan is detailed in a
St. Petersburg which amounts the public over a. ,,1 'tu7.. company's Green Cove, operation legal advertisement appearingon
I $100 million a in excessive
to about $25 million a year year Is now production manager page 5 of this l Issue of The 1ili1n.t.
utility rates
should have been $12 milliona Crescent.
"From 1956 thru 1960," said f :
year," laid Miami Utility Brewer, "the Florida Power ems t According to Ta VCr: Taylor I Bawd on "freedom of tb lu" For More Fun This Sumner..
Consultant Phillip 8. Brewer Mr"" i b now prodiseiHg two mobile
Corporation, according to Fed- 1 the program of integration
eral Power Commission data, fir housing units a day with a payroll says, in effect that any student GET GIFTS' FOR ..r..vi;
STRIPLINGS VISIT had overcharged Its customers of 80 perMM, approximately "may apply for admission to Ilona
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strip. $367 million which, for the I 25 per cent of whom have the; school nearest his resi PLAIDSTAMPS ell
ling and children, Cindy and 1] five year period covered by the been recruited outside the dence."
Sherrl, of Orlando are spending data, amounted to more than I DENTON TUCKER County because of a shortage Jesse P. Tynes, school sup 3
/ of skilled/
a week with Mrs. Strip $7 million a year in excessive The plant I Is local labor. erintendent, pointed out that ; :
,
ling's parents, Mr. and Mrs overcharges by the 1"lol'ldaPower claHsroomn Currently working on an order for (1 mobile the Florida Attorney General i .
bring shipped by convoy to various North Carolina . -
A. D. Duck. Corporation. has ruled that minimum aie
I county school systems (See photos on pace 7)). I Too! ,
for a student entering the pubic
Tucker, native of
a Louisville, was educated l
at Purdue
schools'i the first grade is '
university and the j.L.L.Zr'rA;
University : -
of Illinois
In Florida Mechanical Engineering. with a major In based on his or her) attain Ill'' NIV m ggI ml llrnlmmWmmmlm! ! In> WIlOOI. a mm q q"Super'Rlght"
Until two ment of the age of six years on
years h*
ago was a cross country and
runner Boneless
or' Jan. 1 of the school
before
remains physical ,
a fitness fan
after a day's fishingbeer's in which he enrolls '"'
pro
He entered the year
mobile
I housing Industry nearly six CHUCK ROAST 69tMorten'
years ,
viding he (for she) enrolls durng -
ago .,,,
the one... 1- wwrraNN "r rlw S1AYtS
the first months of a .
He is married to the former Helen Umberger, of Mun- school term h.r A r .Quick Frotea. All Varieties 11-Os.Pkfnw

for good taste, cle, Ind., and they have two daughters, Denise, IS years I I OcuoAr4.2V Aug.i TV DINNERS 2 FOR 19e
;
old, and Darlene, 5. I .
good fun The Tuckers live In Orange Park. "SENSE IN Tllti SUN" rbarr 7e .a.ay Super Bight All Meat

-tf1f :: :' 1 DECRIES OVER-EXPOSURE LB. PKG
w U it SLICED BOLOGNA 55
"Bens* In The Sun" U the <
I . ...., .
title pf a timely educational, .
STAY/S .
Gold King Quick Froden Mb. pk, I..L. .
...
10-mlnute, sound-color movie Famnm t Ik.S
Hr"'wlrk Slrw,
COMPLETE film which Is being offered
.. Crupon rood thru AUK. 1 BREADED SHRIMP $1.59 49f
without cost for showings before JAX T-ll-ii
\ A clubs, organizations and s.eea a..a.. se a.uses a....e
,Cap'n John's Quick Froien
1 employee groups, by County l.
Unit offices of the American HEADLESS SHRIMP 896
n a --" .a. ON Cancer Society,located In eighteen 25 EXTRA P ID

key cities throughout ." ; STAY'S Super Right Heavy Western
Florida. j I !! llr>'rte"-a LB.
t\\ | lrk ltlr ,a kt. roe BEEF SHORT RIBS 398aPf'r
The film has been produced I Cruuon Kooil tSru Au .
to i emphasize that the beneficial JAX T-I1-M .
I 1. LKTTEIl; ; HEADS: aspects of sunning the l.eiee.eoluau.e.e e Right Heavy Western
Wherever you fish for sport-on the body might be seriously offset BEEF PLATE STEW IA 25t

i .'! ocean, by the booming surf] or on some 2. CARDS by overexposure to strong sunrays 25 EXTRA ,

quiet country pond, its great at the ends and result In the develop PLAID "Super-Right" Beef

I! of the day to head for a rewarding glass of f beer. 3. ment of skin cancer,particular. A r s. II ...,1*' BONE 'IN Lti.Calls
1 HILLS and HKCKII'TS: ; ly among persons who may be Knar rrnu 5" CHUCK STEAK 49
1 l White you're talking over the ones that got away of "blonde complexion." Coupon rood thru AUK. 1
JAX Tl-I 6
or pan.-frying the ones that didn't,you enjoy the FLYERS L t ..nsws .tIN

hearty taste and.cool refreshment only a glass,of Dewey ,BathroomTISSUE
I Sunken Gardens of St. Peter-
beer can give you so veil. .whatever, your POSTERS burg was started In 1904. Today 25 EXTRA f fS PltID ,iI.

fport-bowling or strolling, golfing or gardeninga there are more than 8,000 A.rrr.rr.u.'zr-

frosty glass of beer makes a naturally''' plants from every country In S j Yalu f/. kvui wuI 2 ROLLS 23t
tIr.t 6. WEDDING; ANNOUNCEMENTSMAYHUGH'S the world at the popular tourist I Ccupon land thru Ann. I
l great accompaniment. ( attraction. I JAX l-ll-ll
1 ASSOCIATION, 'INC. \ I II.euee..e5.Nasr *.NN.e.s
.
UNITED STATES BREWERS w: 'e . n... non., ..n. .n. , n , ernr 1 Champion
f.0.BOX ill WINTM PARK,FLORIDA '" y .j. ,. . 'j" eto ,. 1
25 EXTRA SALTINE CRACKERS UI.IO 19
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J ,.. r... ia .. i.r I Ialarurnr
SHOP MAYHUGH! YOU'LL SAVE WITH CLAY I Jelly ? (.. 'Our Own' With Sugar A Lemon
Ccupon voixl thru Au IH OZ. PKQS.
SAVE f IHEATKB i.......JAX..,.J-H-....$ ..:....-. ICE TEA MIX 2 -25f

I a ANNEX Green Con Springs ss KtTR PI.AII S..... lona Standard Quality .

1 Monday three Friday ..14. ... per..b... 1-IB. CANS ;.
1li 2 21r
i" TOMATOES
0 ,, r END-OF-:310NT11 e .
Box Office Opens 1:45: P.M. .I... P.,... ... ,
1t .,.. Sultana In Tomato Sauce J.Lb. 4-Oa.'Caa
Features At 7 f F3I.
I ] PORK & BEANS 3i39c
:
Saturday and Sunday a : <


t BIG WEEK-END SPECIALS! B ee r O '' a it Continuous from S PJVI. Jano I Parker 1'iexhly' link? tiCHERRY 1

$.00 Site"BIKINI en Wed, ThuM. A Frl. 1-LIJ. 8-oz.
Q July II. ZJ U PIE
Kachalr.ntur :
: e
BEAT"Llmll . . . . 79f? "TilE FAMILY JEWELS"
Starring Jrrry Lewis
TwoVt All Flavors} ]Kegular Or Low Caloric Yukon Club


i,; I KOTEX CR MODESS..3fr BOYS'Sizes 3-8' COTTON Children's -Thurs July-19*-*"19ORGEMMRIS rl.- Beverages 15 tat $1.00


F Strongest Summer Cold Capsule
SHORTS SETS DRESSES Argo'itrniul Sliced

... CORYBAN-D 1 a l 1 I t, I t s l 119sr Sixes 1 to 6x

Limit Two 11-oe. Wathable, Proportioned Fit !Solids and Prints PINEAPPLE 5 'Cane: 990

ONLY
[ MAALOX LIQUID 89- 89c $1.00

I. t. I I I I I -- -. Star Kist LIght MeatChunk

;I tJ Reulnr: .V-40 . 89oV80 Boy's Waahablr J'ull-Cu& SHes 1-16 R'g $1.39
LILLY'S INSULIN ($189All Tuna 2 "r; 89c

i Others BRo & $1.08A BERMUDA SH 0 RTS . . 99

I.trient Spray Can Sat. .July 31wwrrnrrrar Eastern Itouml WliiloPotatoes

Family Size NrUlejr's $150 UlueCOMPLEXION

r 1 WORLD I I 0 I RIGHT-GUARD SOAP BOX 39 EDGAR AUAN ,TOL9TYE ." 10 ins. 59c

, I
.
I[ SQIUE or fta
f MEDICINEIN i
_ _: $1,19 !tED DEan{ Firm CrtapLKTTUCK Golden Yellow

I ONE 79c Value . . l ; : ,."....._. .....H Rd 19o COlUf .. ......._. -G Ear. 'Ac'

I Limit Two ''EVENING IN PARIS'' POWDER 49t? Red Ripe

STORE. < IIKI:}) PLUMS ..._u.... M..V). iTo TOMATOES; ..__ .-.,IA 2Ce
LOVINGCARE :rnrJ\b\

For Children Wrlsley's 11.0BUBBLEBATH.It661tf49. Value Only n Country Bey 1"'to' ""sty
LAWN SET
J arth-
L LAWN MOWER
I chase IAaag. SHORTNING
American Schools Train t-C1elt 11I11-
Your Pharmacist To Use $119 Ladles' Sun, M.... T.... IS" Iwatek Cat I Ears na1n S UI. CA." Oaty

Th. World's Medicinesto Ladles' A....1.2 AWed >
safeguard your health. Walgreen HALF SLIPS I SNEAKERSARCH 539.95 $12.36 59cc..1

Ills American skills and ...
knowledge use the treasures MILK OF MAG, -NYLON ARCH SUPPORT HAYLEY Vent -UP I.enyfleld ......
of all the world '

when he fill your pres. 11-0. 39- Cotton-Shadow Panel sass Value : ..MILLS.....- CAR SEATS I..... Betta. WAFFlES
criptions.
I ..... n,..
'$1,00 SI.49Mayhugh's $1.59 2 FOR 25

The WaUreen Agency n..... A Frl
A.(. 4. SA. Eaek Pt.. Dep 3 FOR 25tJ


Mayhugh Drug Store Annex IICNAlO ItArlsult I -..- ." "., ,,.,. u TOUT birthday b n. July, dons forget
..III/! te rutw
>e .-.-.,fife-fa... roar drivers: BoeaM.

FKESCUPTION SPECIALISTS Tern o'tOOU. ,tU H.Orma .Ar*.Oran c.. SartBgt a4
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Pl.... M4-IM1 N MagMtta j WALNUT IT. GREEN COVE SPRINGS( 1151 i wy. IT.On.,. Past

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