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The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
Publication Date: August 5, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33135451
alephbibnum - 000579539
lccn - sn 95026712
System ID: UF00079902:00083
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Vocational' School .

GREEN COVE The The Green Survey Team Confers Hotrods To '

(Analysis Library) With Local Officials Face

(Second in a ) Clampdown By
"Battle of the Bulge"] Is Consultant] representing the er aa filling an urgent local!
Section 48 of Oreen Cove'i 2S-year ] : : . being waged In the program services (surveys) division need for skilled labor.

!"The City Commission may appoint ] Cove public library of the State Dept of Meanwhile, at a special meetIng .

whose duty it shall be to enforce the SO by SO foot store build] Education are to confer today of the School] Board last
on Walnut Street is virtual. with county school authorities week, Its record budget of $2.S Troopers Friday
the State Board of Health and the
bursting at the seam with on a vocational training schoolsurvey. million wa adopted for the
alive to the preservation and ] I -
coming school re.r.The
materials, and during
and to recommend such action from hour with people. Jesse P. Tynes, Jr, county board expects to receive Killway 17 will get a police crackdown from midnight toe

deem necessary for the prevention, the library became a school superintendent, said he fund from the sale of $800- night until midnight tomorrow.
and his staff hope to learn the 000 of revenue certificate State Trooper John Marsh said six troopers will patrol '
of nuisances and for the preservation supported operation, Social I
e Walnut Street ] proper methods of a survey to within 80 day. Member of the Your Security the narrow strip from the Duval to the Putnam County line on
Inhabitant of the City The Health .
24 houa 34
a* "temporary" quart determine any requirement for board were advised It usually
such duties with regard to the sanitary Now, five year and three such a school to be operated takes five or sir weeks to have Now that the President has a 24.hour basis using not only patrol car but aircraft and

. and will perform such other .* at many book and people under the School. ] Board. the certificates validated They stoned the 1005 Social! Security _radar.n_ __" '

time be required of him under the ] It I I. cramped In the same The State Legislature recently will be underwritten by the.. ] ] driving collided In Killway
of the City Commission. &'. appropriated $1 million for Investment firm of Pierce, with another car being
Is vocational schools throughout Wulburn Murphey Corp. by a S3 year-old Lou.
no room for chil
To the
extent to which the
assess '. activities; no space avail the state, with a maximum of.SOOOOO In other business, the board ). man.
and health of the Inhabitants of the for art or other type of $ for each school. approved final plans] for the ] to police, Orlando 'i

The Crescent asked Harry Riggs, the ] *; seating space avail Two weeks ago State Senator 11-classroom addition to the Daumy, of Covlngton

director, to conduct a guided tour of for only 12 patron to d Charley] E. Johns conferred Orange Park Elementary School driving north on Killway s
no health officer. or to conduct special owith] local] school authorities where a classroom addition 1 I. : halted his car on the sub ..
or educational with a view to learning the now under construction When ] Doctor Inlet] Bridge ::1
great book discussion local needs and desires for completed the school will bo ( ." h. saw Larlmor driving .

; there la no more shelf, such a facility maximum size under rules] setup I ,, th* toed at the north end

available, making It nee- The John proposal were by the Stat Dt,pt. of Education the bridge. .
to shelve desirable book hailed by local Industrial load .. Mursh said Lrl-
back rooms and In branch ] ] ] *' car struck the abut.
".. at the end of the bridge
I \ bounced to this other
not adequate
any standards even as a commune Blanding Nixed On Job \ of tho highway, Into Duu- i

library, the local structure | car
t serve dual function It :: .. was taken to thin
I the library for Oreen Cove. I liiMipltHl Ir'"nhll'h It I
addition to being headquar Corps School; Girls : : : ImpomilU even for

and depository for all enforcement officers to get
r Libraries Information II* was chart
the bookmobile \ with failure to have his v&
mean. School Now
'. -; Its collection are housed Sought .. ] .. under control.

open ; work and storage .
The Citys .vast dump, apace
: handling all of the county i, I Editor Note i The followIng federal government approprU !
flies, mosquitoes, cockroaches and rata
material .. necessary; It I the text el a pre...... re- ated 155,000 to habilltaU.
value] of all property near and around n1ttraUv. office and work; pert .leased ItOa ,week bilks. the hotel. They art paying ] Awards"I
,Ury, enteritu-end other dIM._
must be provided; In ad' .,. CaaatDeveUpment years rent 1350,000 for UM I .
such diseases aa yellow fever dengue
to the shelf apace needed Authority aa IU. .1.... le seek hotel l plus $73,000 for 1 year !
which are found cans or other water- book of special Interett a ......'* Jab Corp tralnlag of maintenance. On an annual t
Ideal breeding placet for a multitude .
for Inter-library loan sealer fir Camp BUndlng In bail this would] represenIII Open
sects. Additionally, according to Rifts,
the county. All of view ef the fact the Office afEcenemle 4.000 or a total of IS56000:
open dumps and then become a now It confined to a 30 Opportunity bee for 4 years. Other centers see ,
Rlgfs would supplant this Infestation
M room said. the tile e.aU. net new be even more costly "
an area where garbage and rubbish are
attractive up-to-date li ee/aaldered! aa a IS.-.... trainIng The OFO fis authorisation
at Intervals with This
regular earth. ,
buildings In Keystone fenler for I years and contracts are
cidence of Insects and rodents, .
obviate the necessity of separating 4)A and Orange Park are On June 21th, Governor Hay- being entered Into with ad. 'r'W"! Pace, Jr., of Orange Park;

clamatlon of this land la usually results of effort and plan don Burn received' a ]letterfrom ditlonal :2 year options It guidance of youth con
lots In those communltlet The Sargent Bhrtver! Director Of therefore appear to be a reasonable | efforts, George Ow-
grounds, parking etc. A sanitary .
modern building at the Office of Economic Opportunity approach In atklng conservation education.
operation quickly and makes shorter \
Park war constructed advising him that the consideration for an opportunity C F Holm, prtnel-
The Town of Orange Park proposed new construction for to establish a campus like I l of Orange Park Hlih

I* provided, rent-trn. a facility of 6.7 million dollar atmosphere for the girl at the <*. outstanding youth con
Keystone Height Li I .tlonlat Carol Baker of
estimated coat for a 2500 student Stark Women Job Corp ,
was a cooperative effort men's center could not Training CenterIt : Heights, ; outstand

the county and the Town rerelv consideration "at this Is expected that 120 workIng forestry, O J, Murrhe,

.,. The town provided tlm". day would b* all that ; llolght, Mil cone).
an land and did various phase Robert E. Hogarth
On July lit, the communityof would be needed to provide the ;
building (wiring, plumb- .. Bhadowlawn
Stark, through the Hoard baste building for early enrolle ]. of Dairy
etc) anile the county did of Dlrectoraof the Btarke- *. : ] : ., Farms, activity\ II
bulk of the construction !| and fish
Bradford County Chamber of Th all supplement] also] In >l foals water pro
building I ta used u a voting Commerce, reached the d*. eludes 'Information regarding ) Walter WlllUma, 01

during county and cline to prop elections Doth these .Ubhlng|| a woman' trainIng ( J. L. Barrl, of
Kimbell Wiles, Dean of the / ;
an assets to the seater at the propnwl she, Cove.
Collet of Education at theUnl..ll t.. .,
and will serve the On June 6th. the FDR (Education of Florida has at ,* wishing to enter art
adequately In the for. Development and
red to serve In an advisory i In any of these cale-
future. Corporation hicated
** should get the
capacity along with 2 other necessary
Whose dog .li this A flattering library" In Oren Cove, In 8t Petersburg Submitteda
1.'r..lOI from the lnrverKyA (... / CUy Soil
rib clearly show that pickings at the and assuredly on the propo al] to the OTO office e.ep.rstlre arrangement district offtc' no
probably on. of the hurdredi' of dou in of an economic boom. Is In Washington to contract for
with) the tji+um r'fI"'mlttftt at ( 1 than Friday so they can
never had a rabl shot. The total ]*. The problem must and manage a Women' Job the Inl" tau aliHi .be.nvorkol conild,.red In state comp
shot last year throughout the Coun', rd up to now not by Corp Training Center, Theproposal mil and wnuM M apart <:

dog population of 1.000. Dogs like this librarian or the library I wa site IndependentWe "f the. cultural opportunl .* l IDU Conservation
the County, many of them suffering but by the people] of decided to merle our effort ties afforded the .tud..iitW ., Fund
mange, malnutrition aores. etc.), each City with their and on Monday, are now anklng you to pronrsm W I under the
** of In. Florida
ace to the health and welfare of the people are here and July 26th, both a representative send us letters of your willing, .rati' and Wildlife
war passed at the recent siestas of the will follow They have of the KIM: Corporation rims to support this commune Aar. Iobuck uuiiiormJ t.y
a dog pound. R .al estimate that Nth and will expect adequate and !the Bradford County fk. ty effort as you Indicated wlllingm ; Foundationi ,
of dog tags would be a self.sustaining ... velopment Authority met with ... to Uffnrt the Job i Florld4 Wildlife Fede

many of our new r... OCO official In Washington Corp Training Center for Coruorvatlon awards
.* have discovered UM 1 and presented a site supplement . lien. ,. U carried forward

.. Cove Library by first> wherein the EDR Core The E D R Corporation has a' system of county and
to what appeared to be poraUon and th* Bradford a* Its key potrllOn..1 l men who e State Aw.rdi to
nearest tibrsry" -at Orange County Development, Authority art experienced I la Job Corps j and person who

formally requested approval In that rash ha bn rmpk>yed ? make the greatest contribution
la not enough to hare a of the sit whkh had previously In tIM operating of the Ht.! In natural resource work alonga'uaeted

book collection and bn proposed for a Petersburg Center. Each: bee line of endeavor, ?
local library doe have a Job Corp Center for men experience In business sad education .

collection. The Architectural! firm of and each terminated TilE BrtT 1000 "......
must be housed la an ade lUave and Branch of Oalnraville his employment with the Pln-) Th Ulddbburg
and attractive building. have prepared schematic atlas County School<< Board after Methodist
as one would not export of the proposed Woman' Center forming their own corporation Church will sponsor a barbaquemhkk.n
good food In a greasy ; ales a model l of a dorml- specifically for the pure dinner from 4 until 7

diner, so people do not tory and reception lounge aacompaiued pose of submitting a proposal I o'clock on Saturday afternoon

a decrepit building to the ttippUment.Conatructlon to operate a minter, C: D R representative e sal c ground August 14, on the church
very desirable reading mate estimates
are convinced --- -
m cal dump abound throughout for th* 100 girl center are in through eiprrlenc that Job Ante .. Bell (I) .... .... sassed ..,.,I..lta4e.l .! dolts Tickets will be 1123 for a.
shows here viewing a dump containing I are fudged by toe MOOjBOO figure phi variable Corps offer .....,* to som la. (n.. ('.v. UpeliM Tare C., .
material Though it Is fenced and the ., of available factttl such aa sewerage, water of America's probWms. Th y Show iseke| .... odd la. |M*| k-iUUry .( II.,",. win from flu dinner
.Ho Dumping", the beaver of garbage public library I* a yard eta.While are *o convinced that they are to* |*4 K rU*, IM, fr .la* pt It anmsiftx.akaw fund.go to the church building

to travel the additional five or su commonly ud to meas tt may not rtadUy appear gambling their very future In ... Mee named MswtlaUeMlcal la* eeopap'shubseat
City dump. Each of theat creates an Intellectual and cultur that sew construction not only the proposed program I IHC: I pUal.HeB. .

block around. They are sometime ae of a community Oren win lit considered for the wee but alto In the sit supplermans a settee ., .....**, Va has Man silk HarUag. DANCE un.ou''Ih.
ground for treasure bust If food Is Is not completely lacking mah's center, we ak that you becsu there ar* at tee tar M year. II* I I. serried !. la* tarsier FaiHn DrnamX. Pndulum wl

fed. KBCoofced, to domestic *nf! u. the attribute but It win reflect upon the experiences to- )ea.t 1' ciu.* In Florida where JtanUii*. .f f twine are prey to trkhlnoaU. a disease difficult to convince date. The Job Corp bated la It would b* possible to establish e IIIU,.*. to be hU\ at the Elks Clu
human setlag lu flh-. cttlanvs this after St. Petersburg I II In aa aid hoe ruth a tarr. E D R f.U Shaw pralwd the Na rvUlUrwhip h le..n the mill on Orange Avenue on Satuiday.
have seen the local public tel| .la a reUremeet area of th that site holds ._..... .
our much snore sad the II* a4 tie f. ", *is* l U leave August 7. from I until I.
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I The Burlington Parade Rotary District The Adventure Of A Letter I llK C CWl\ rI8U "A W

Gov. To Be In B1" By Sheriff Jennings Marches

(Management and Fiscal)) It may be, cannot be so long as there Is a con DIU GEORGE P. HOWARD To all parents of the County:

Two comments on Burlington Industriesseem stant changing of the local leadership. For G.C.S. 16 ,
called for by the week's news. civic leaders are not born like Venus, rising Aug. i I he told his fellow officers, was Dear Friends:

We greatly decry the company's policy fullgrown on a conch shell from the sea; they | one Rathenau's mother had Two County youngsters died last

of transferring its top men as fast as they are seasoned in the surroundings in which they Rotary District 694 Governor written to his own mother a week In tragic and, I believe, needless
become acclimated to the local situation The lead. Sydney D. Andrew of Tallahassee r few days -after the crime had accidents. Five others' were injured. Of

Oreen Cove Springs Yarn Company now hasa However, no ono can say Burlington does Is scheduled to make been committed. He read from the seven, four were victims of bicycle
his annual visit to the Oreen w
third superintendent in two years. We wel- n't know what they're doing. the faded letter: riding. '
him. The for the latest Cove Springs Rotary Club on "In spite of the anguish '
come earnings report quar
Instructed deputies to advise
I have my
Monday, August It was announced
From the outside, looking in, it is too ter and for the nine-month period are a miracleof this week by Oreen which fills my soul, I reach .' cyclists on the simple rules that

easy to assume a plant such as the Yarn growth and achievement. (See "As A Mat Cove Rotary President Robert for your hand because you of are dictated not only by law but by

Company mill can run Itself and thus to Infer ter of Fact.") E Hogarth. all women are most deservingOf basic standards of safety.'I need your

that superintendents are sent to Oreen For all the parade of superintendents, we The regular weekly Rotary pity. Tell your son that I help in getting these rules across to

Cove as civic leaders rather than mill super- are proud to have such a great corporation meeting Monday evening was forgive him if he confesses and our children so we can stop, quickly,
The latter inference fatuous expiates his guilt. If he had
as as among us. designated a club assembly, the needless mangling and death on our
known my son, one of the best
during which President Ho highways , and in our front yards.
who walked earth
men ever on ,
garth received committee reports These are the rules; communicate them to your children
Dr Howard he would sooner have taken
I Face and prodded some chair so they will be fully understood and accepted:
Saving his own life than that of my
men to make immediate reportsIn Some may remember the son" 1. Cyclists should ALWAYS ride with the traffic, on

preparation for the'districtgovernor's story of a member of the At first these deeply Christian right aide of the road, preferably on a path or on the
Generals and :admirals stumble over each forcing together the Soviet Union and Com- visit. French Foreign Legion in sentiments of the Jewish shoulder. They should exercise great care when passing a

other in the vast reaches of the Pentagon In munist China . whereas if the pressure were North Africa who, in World mother made no impresslosi on standing or moving vehicle.
dull Washington is removed "will certainly fly apart again,
peacetime Things are War II 244 Oerman
BENNETT QUITS captured the killer of her son But, in 2. Bicycles should be kept In top mechanical condition
overcrowded and without four or more stars for nothing but American pressure is holding and led
KEYSTONE COUNCILI single-handed the course of'time, It was unless they will stop a bicycle
one Is not invited to Perle Mesta's parties these two nationalist-minded Communist powers them Into Fort Flatters , brakes are of no :
this that changed the
ANTHONY AFFECTED when It needs ..topplnd.S. .
In wartime things are different. Promo together now. The man had Joined the heart of Ernest Werner.
tions are rapid and battlefields are full of The most persuasive argument for a pull. Edward Bennett, an employeof French Legion under the name The must Cyclists should not ride two abreast on a highway,

Presidential timber, out is that It Is a mathematical certainty the Clay Electric Co-op, has resigned of Ernest Te sler, In realityhe be born Gospel says man but single file
United States cannot win a war in Viet Nam again.
From these basic facts, it stands to rea from the Keystone Town was a German, and when homicide died 4. Cyclists should always keep one and preferably two
Werner the
unless It uses Its arsenal of nuclear warheads ,
son generals and admirals prefer working at Council under the Co-op's recently he ordered his captives in perfect hands on the handlebars.
their profession.It . and that would loose upon the world a Activated policy againstany officer German to drop to be reborn as a supposedly
devastating no-win battle in which'Western employe seeking or holding their arms and surrender, they French soldier named Tessler. 6. Cyclists should never, ever, hang onto a moving vehicle -
Is to them Lyndon B. Johnson Is listening. civilization would become a puny second or elective office or any other position did 10.Not. All things come to an end; men (truck or car) no matter how slowly It is going or
He must be. Ideas and Institutions
third rate force
responsible to an elected long afterwards, Tesslerwas
Senator J. William Fulbrlght, chairmanOf The Chinese frontier runs from one end appear and disappear. Only .
official. found reading an old letter, 6. Proper hand signals should always be used; they areas
the Senate foreign affairs committee, has to the other east and west, of the Vietnamese goodness persists
The resignation of Bennett yellowed with age, while some Important on a bicycle as they are in a car If not more
Tecently expressed very deep concern at the border. Red China has under arms more than. leaves A. E. Anthony as the furtive tears revealed he was Hitler and Mussolini failed; so.

direction and escalation of our fighting in VietNam three million men; and millions of others are sole Co-op employe now hold. deeply moved by what he read. Stalin's power came to an end.
subject to ca11-up, But the words of pity and forgiveness 7. All traffic signs and signals should be obeyed.
Ing public office Anthony, a To a group of fellow Officers,
Moreover, the Arkansas Senator, a former On the other hand, every American soldier member of the school board, he finally confessed: "Do you traced by the trembling 8. Two persona should not ride one bicycle.

Rhodes scholar and president of the Universityof and sailor and marine . and weapon . will not be subject to the ruling know who I really amt As you hand of an aged and sor II, Cyclists should be alert at all times
Arkansas, says other members of the Congress that goes into combat against the Viet Cons until his present term of look at me you are seeing one rowing mother were not in vain

are not altogether enthusiastic about the must travel more than 8,000 miles office expires next year. of the three men who assasln- and will not be forgotten. Thank you for your cooperation

war in Viet Nam but are "Inhibited" in criticizing For generations we occidentals have Les Beasley, mayor of Keystone ated Walter Rathenau." There U a fatal sequence to Sincerely,

the President's policy laughed at the Oriental need for face-saving. Is employed by the Flo- Rathenau was a German industrialist evil; one crime follows another
In an article in this month's issue of the Our implicit message was: "Be practical, If It rida Rural Electric Cooperative who worked Incessantly But goodness is also power Jennings Murhee

English magazine, Fact, Arnold Toynbee, considered does not earn a dime, back out and the hell System, of which Clay Electric to convert Germany intoa ful; kindness engenders kindness Sheriff, Clay County

by many to be the outstanding living with face-saving." Do we have the courage to Co-op Is a member. The functioning democracy after and love awakens love

historian, says the United States should with practice our own preachments system has no such policy and the first World War. He became Werner, the assasln, started ;

draw from Southeast Asia rather than continuea If push comes to shove In Southeast Beasley la not affected. minister of Foreign Affairs in a chain of evil; but a mother's
policy of "colonialism" based on destructive Asia, the United States won't have an ally. the Weimar Republic, workingfor letter brought redeeming tears List 1'ourChy County Property with -

pride.One But the vast build-up of American men and peace and understandingIn finally to the eyes of a brutal

of the unfortunate effects of the material continues. a statesmanlike way. killer in North Africa, and a Frank W.: Brown
Vietnamese war, Toynbee says, is that it Is For what? But. Rathenau was a Jew, and new chain of goodness was set

three racists: Kern, Fisher and in motion.

Werner, In 192J assaslnated "The race Is not to the swift, And Associates

SIC Transit him. They were caught and im nor the battle to the strong '
prisoned. The first two committed One of our great hymns reminds -
Z BefMerei .eal 16fata Bnksr -
1 l 't? h"'" 4wr.M fWbMn suicide Werner got us, "For not with swords

We shall miss the old Gul-St-Sana, an ancient good neighbor to the east: The Ancient City Choosing a Pup away. He reappeared In North loud clashing, nor roll of stir IMI UJ. BUbvay 17 Orange fttkMiMM

center of hospitality whose Spanish Surely "The Green Cove Motor Lodge"as When selecting your new memo Africa under the assumed ring drums; with deeds of love .... -
a name holds no away over the imagination. ber of the houiehold, be sure he'lrDh name of Tesster.; and mercy, the heavenly kingdom
name is literally translated as "Here is Health, "
It doesn't even say whether they have sanitary in lt Accept no under The letter he was reading, comes.
, and in the patois of Clay County as "We facilities and If one ventured above the first fe .. or one Whose eyes or
nose ar running. Check his
Have Sanitary Facilities Here floor, he might require such assurances.
teeth and gums Teeth should be v ;
It was Green Cove's single link with the Alas, that those In charge did not change clean and white. His gums shouldbe

Spanish dominion now being celebrated In our buildings and keep the name. pink. Look in his ears and see 1
if they are ire from any alma ?
of infection or inflammation Feel
his body see if he seems firm
and solid.: : Stand him up where tp.1.
I Ottikkct By DUNCAN O. GRONER you can check his stance and see
if his limbs are straight and not
twisted or deformed in any way

The most unreconstructed stiff competition from Lyndon will persist. What Mr. JohnsonIs limb See If he tends to favor any

hillbillies in the wilds of Georgia Baines Johnson . in a differ. here saying is that we will Of equal Importance with the ,
and Mississippi are not ent way Where Elsenhower's continue to continue in our physical condition of the pup Is

nearly so guilty in the corruption sentences went on and on, frequently present endeavors . f to deal his personality. Don't buy that
of the English languageas arriving nowhere ; death and desolation upon the cute little fellow over in the
corner who seems shy of his I
the ghost writers of Wash- Johnson's ghost writers are enemy. Or to persist in per. litter mates. A normal healthy I
ington. putting in his mouth stilted and slating dog It aggressive and wants tomake

After all, the Georgians and unnatural phrases that are And Lyndon Johnson, not friends with you and the
whole world. lie likes to roughhouse *
Mlssisslpplans are quoted only sometimes difficult to paraphrase content at crippling the King's with hla brothers and sis

in the pages of Erskine Cald- English, says we are going to ten*. The experts at the Farina r
well and William Faulkner As a recent and glaring ex continue to persist, IF PER. Pet Care Center know that if he's

The ghost writers of Washing ample of ghost-written gibber- SIST WE MUST . in sonality good i health quirks, without he'll be bad bright I per A

ton get full exposure in news ish handed to the President "If persist we must?" eyed, alert, full of bounce and V
paper, television and radio cov to recite, I call attention to vigor and aggressively interestedIn
erage around the globe a sentence he used last week "Where does he get this In you and others.
massive Johnson City, Texas? Does Many kennel people say they
in announcing ..... rl
And most of them, it would Lyndon announce to Lady Bird like to deal l with a buyer who haspretty { k ;
movement to Southeast
troop good idea of what he
seem, never heard the dictumof a
every morning, "And to
now my
Asia often that
wants. They suggest
Winston Churchill that "the
"But we are going to con bath, If bathe I must .t" the prospective purchaser not sStYs: .....ka
essential structure of the ordinary -
tinue to persist, if persist we There Is, Indeed, a nobility buy the pup on the first visit but
British sentence is
: a tome hack on a later occasion
must, until death and desolation In the essential structure of
Reputable breeders proud of
noble thing. are
have led to the same conference the ordinary sentence, as Winston their dogs and want no dinsatls* IF YOU NEED FUNDS f FOR ,
I believe there is no schoolon
table where others Churchill, the greatest lied buyers So go out and look
earth that can teach a man master of the the litter over again before you
could now Join us at a much language since
to speak English. If he dosen't Will Shakespeare make your selection. Remember, THOSE FEW WEEKS OFVacation FUflf
smaller cost, he quoth. breathed his ; -
learn it at home, he will for all pups are cute, so be careful. t
This sentence, I submit, may last, liked to sag Ordinary
ever garble and ravish "the essential '
very well be the most tortured sentence, not one devised by
structure of the ordin-
example of a corrupted and Rube Goldberg.
ary sentence.
spent language ever uttered bya We, are not Red Indians
Even a man as highly educate President whose simple needs of communication PARTRIDGEWELL
ed as the late John F. Kennedy
I the
am not considering fact are satisfied by
was given to lapses of "the essential that Its general thesis, as I signs and smoke signals. The

structure" that were translate it, presents In untenable man who says "we ain't got DRILLING

sometimes deafening It may political position. Death no Is either married to
be recalled that soon after Ken.Jled1' and desolation do not lead their, the habit of bad English or Just Loans

election he conferred victims to a conference table too laiy to design what he Is COMPANY I
with Vice President Nixon and, but to their kneel from which saying uses sass Lr >AIfI

Afterwards, emerged from a position they cannot speak as I do not favor the use of 2" THRU 6"

rented house at Key West to humans but only whimper as Elizabethan: English AT
announce to the waiting beaten animals. Victorian English. JOCK AITtSIAN WIW

world: "Speaking for the Vice But what student of Shake The language .ls enriched by kVOWUTBATES
President and X. """ ... Well IsecieJUELECTRIC You take wonderful vacation
speajrt and Winston Churchill new words But I do not go can a this year even if you

Patently, Kennedy never tortured conceived the phrase "we art along with some of the diction! lack the cash. Just borrow what
the language In the sadistic going to continue to persist. aires that hold any word In PUMPS a you teed from u* and "..i.

ways of Dwight Elsenliower. If we persist, obviously we will wide usage ls a good or even WATER SYSTEMSF. then when you return, repay in easy monthly installments.

continue la our efforts. It we a valid word.

But Eisenhower: is getting continue In our efforts, we It U difficult at best to com-
munlcate the most carefully H. A. TERMS

chosen words directly put s

(Way County Crescent Broad does not corruption, I think, communicatethe widely used BANK of GREHN COVE SPRINGSOBZXK

WHAT M eooo roe. CUT coum .u eoos roar Till CUMCINTDUNCAN nuances la our minds, only' COYS SPBXXOS 7LOBHU.XtmberfDW .
COLDTHWAITC CRONER EDITOR' AN* hllUINHTuraeat a general Idea that Is frequent
tel tM-MN ly difficult to comprehend If CALL LON DISTANCI

only because it Is not much JecaseovMe Ft*. pia ....
-MM CUM PMTMI eau tt Inn Cmi ....... PIMIMPvsusiit more than a smoke signal\

f [vast THURSDAY it Casscasysue. 'alt Lyndon Johnson ru bet never 1389-14381 Th Cevnly't OUut 4t largest Bank
r. aOar ITS CRIIN Cove Srtmts, FLORIDA,
learned the finer nuances of
, HOWARD P. COOPW ___ PMSIMRTMMOIIFTION the English language at his HI MM* 0* HA. NATIONAL-

ATB mother's knee. He would serve WAr WILL AUOCM7ONS5S TELEPHONES 284.3650 284-3939 284-3051 OR CONGRESS 4-9583

1 ... TBAB HI ADTAXCB .....W............ Me himself and the nation If he <0 HYDI GROVI AYE. ,

k TWO TBABJ or ADTIArc.W......" .... found a ghost writer who did.



(QUaV( (Count Crescent "I

I Clay County Servicemen I ICADET AUGUST IS AT GIVEN DOME BRIDE-ELEct MISS SHOWER PURL Watkins Biggest Yet I Green Cove Socials ,IMr I

i ette Is the son of Mrs. Prances A lovely miscellaneous shower '
P N. Boyette. Honoring Miss Rose Marie I I and Mrs M P. Page have Beach.
Cadet Boyette was engaged had as their guests their son- I _
Pub!. August bride-elect, was
in the flying] and support phas in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Herman Reed was the)
of operations at the Air given July 31 at the home of Mrs. W M. Tucker, of Greenville weekend guest of her son.

Ie. Installation. A graduate Miss Sally McCormick Co- i N. C., and thilr two William, at his Tallahassee

of Clay County High School hostesses were Miss Pat Eddy grandchildren. Prior to the home. '
i I he will be eligible for appointment Tuckers' visit Mrs Page's brother
and Miss Pam Judy
as an Air Force second J. H. Griffin, and his _mll m. IW IIIIIDmlm U/JillJl/

I :, R' lieutenant upon graduation and The dining table was centered t hY son, Graham Griffin, of Tar-
completion of AFROTC train- with a' lovely arrangement wr boro, N. C., were guests of the

Ing. of sumer flowers and at Pages. ;

one end of the table ",. a TM t t'I

Wilbur Jon .. Airman 3rd white cake decorated with : Miss Ruth van der Maaten 1'1j1NT1NG
Class son of Mrs. Irene Jones has gone to San Diego with the
daisies and at the other was a
PAIL B01ETTE Is at home In Penney Farms three children of her brother,
having finished his six-week decorated punch bowl, carrying Capt. Robert van der Muaten
Paul A. Boyette of Oreen
boot training at Lackland out a white, yellow and green The three youngsters, Cindy
Cove, ha completed four weeksof
AFB. His training Included Instruction motif: Van and Church, stopped over I
U. S. Air Force training at
the Air Defense Command'aOtla in a survival course, Miss Puhl was attired In a for visits In Baton Rouge and GALL THE CRESCENT
Mass. a part of three days of field whipped cream dress and was New Orleans Their father has
AFB. training His next training presented a corsage of daisies. Just been assigned to duty at
A member of the Air Force Her mother dressed In San Diego
will be at McChord AFB near was a
Reserve Officer Training Corpi Tacoma. Washington. lavender and white nylon and M1Y PHONE: 284.3166
(AFROTC) unit at Syracuse was also given a corsage of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas JE
(NY.) University, Cadet Bo,. Harold dallies. Smith and their son, Scott I j

T.Airman Heard son Third of Mr.Claw and Mrs.Thomas are vacationing at Vila no 11 11ugIGUJ@If! tl@m liIJmm mr.mllmliII. II mrnill! i ii f 1li 9

Heard of Orange
Classes Park has been graduated from SET AT HOLINESS CHtRCII The Watkins School at Green Cove, last Friday graduated 'the Uncut else In Its T
Dancing the technical training course history. Mrmbers of the irauuatln class, shown above!, are, front row I I. to r.t Miss LII. ---
for U. S. Air Force Jet aircraft The Pentecostal Holiness Ban Watkins, headmistress Pamela I'ullotjn.: Jjdy SUarns, Andrea Kirkland Kathryn Thinking of Real Estate SeeN - \ 1

will be resumed mechanics at Amarillo AFB Church of Green Cove Springs Jones Janle Everett and Betty Bowman In the bark row, I. lo r.t Keith Hatch. Tommy

In Green Core Sprints Tex will sponsor a Vacation Bible I Padfelt, Brian< \\ells, Lawrence Ullxon and Eddie Chrantr. ; 1.f.1\\ \;\ --1
Airman Heard who was School at the church: beginning 1! '
Friday, Sept. 3
trained to repair current Air August 9 and continuing
I Force Jet fighters Is returnIng through August 14 Puhl-Ki.ngWcdding Set Aug. 14Mr
Now organizing to his Florida Air Nations Services will be conducted
are and ,experience. i Guard unit at Jacksonville. He each evening from 7:00: until Mr. and Mrs R. C. Trout. and Mra. Peter J. Puhl ust 14, at Sacred Heart Catholic -

; is w graduate of MacArthur 900: o'clock. with classes for man of Green Cove announce announce the engagement of Church at 10 *mI .

Parents are Invited to I High School San Antonio. I all ages from four through 17. I the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rose Marie to i I i I I Miss Puhl Is a graudnte of REALTORi
call and enroll their children I An Invitation for the general (, their daughter, Cat .rlne : Clay High School and Is .a
Johnson to Leroy Sanders of Mr Ralph Edward King son |I t I
before September. public to attend was extendedby | enlor at Charity Hospital InI
Dr. lt. Timothy CnrterOptometrist the pastor and Sunday Vero Beach ,1 I of Mr. and Mra. Napoleon King ,I i New Orleans, Louisiana.

School staff. The wedding will take placeat of Portsmouth New Mr. King Is a graudate of FINANCING & PRIME PROPERTIES
THE BAGALEY 2 o'clock on August 15 at'I shire. Portsmouth High School and ,J
I the Apostolic Church Pierce I Miss Puhl) and Mr. lIamp.1 I Is presently In the U. 8. Coast
Announces New Office Hours Station. A reception Immediately I
Dancing School .. a a N*.rA..,_ Vrt.a. I folioIng the ceremony till married on Saturday Guard ARE NOW AVAILABLE I I
Katherine Bagaley, e II are, w r be held at the home of the 1

Instructor 1130 II.,. 17. Orange Park I ).f. parents. ZONED FOIL Bl'IIMHH: ) (11 I Building and property ad ,
i .nJ/ The couple will live at Mil- 'i
EV I-17I5-1MI Stockton St I Phone 21& .1111I 1 f1..: 4 bourne. Mr. Sanders la a Civil jacent Mlnlt Market on Highway U.; tat> Approximately

Jacksonville, Fla- Eye Examinations Contact !11 ? Service employe at the Pat. 300x200 feet on U. 8. 17 North Just outside city limits;

I lenses Clauses I rick Air Base. .. (3)) Approximately 100' on Orange Avenue at North; ad.
\ f>r a> ol' \'mir ne.rta.1 Meeelnr ,, s. Q
1 a 0 available ((4)) Two 'adJolnlnr propertiesof
ir I..I I I Mfllral' !Sonrif i.l Hit jacent properties\ ;
.J. H, dASPUtINs I AfttnCMtlMIUSEFUL. DAY CAMP IN FINAL O v 100' each! on Orange Avenue South adjacent to VF.WKMIDINTIll. .

LITRE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS If US5D P30PERLY \\ttK.YOfNGSTtRS KIT MORE : : ritoriKTYi: UI( 8.'veral 3 bedroom homes
Atp: "n Is s hiiihly ux.ul( sndKiiterslly ; east of Orange Avenue; t21( Otheia" available within city
; safe-though (frequently Sponsors and Instructional '
- I 'I'IIt'lII'FF'111/( ) (
I abuse -drug I tinny tons art personnel of Green Cove t day .
I IvKCil;: anti uteri every day, IIF.ur'l'I1'L'II; HIUVKMH: :
I ll cay scccm.bility lonli( camp this week called on par I UAT1KIKONT: IMtorHlTYi: ell 1> Three.bidroiim homes,

,i hap |grout:it and uncoinpliau anti to give the camp greater" Our) aUlity niul loniro. to within and outside city limits; <2'> Riverfront site within
i means of relieving minor support In Its final week of
ikhci and paint. !Jloworr lit operation this year 2'J miry out jour wUlu, loHjicr city limits, Ideal for exclusive apartment. development.
-nal ol/ become
Ute aspirin| can
According to Edward M with J04HJ square fVI.tlh\ more avelluble.FAIIMI .
a danger when itt tin is eon. ullrt cxpci'ii\ IKC,
YOU unwed stibMttute intirsd olcctniDR Taylor one of the originators, i.
si a
menu n eerviee\ (lint i H AND Itt'HAL ACIUAOE: available
.. to a definite tmrtcruanJ- of the the
.. ramp program propie "
'\ r.w'. CAN SAVE mil of the trouble' It is far better of Green Cove respondedto ) coiuJiuUdsiih lenity and RtMllitTIAL: : OTA of varying si*)*, withIn and outside'

'. ....'" .to.( find a <"'out itinumn she underlying distress than cease toni a survey carried out before :1 11IIdt>rMfuiiiliiiK' looinfoit. city limits.F'INAN''ING.

MORE THAN 25% -k the problem l with a plrln the camp was opened to a t '.. .. .
H r"r The Mvlnir
and delay proper trestnirnt I greater degree than they have -- lien. for lime. |iait.. Is now available.TWIN .
I' to the camp lt..lf.
On AUTOMOBILE ,| The camp has offered ..0'tI g
I AITO( I.IF'F'4IewNArI Helm
I II I I ball bsakvtball, volleyball. tei: REALTY
,I ills, swimming md other out
door sports to an average of Fimentl IIoJ'II.JIf.I'i /{:
I 40 boys and girl! a week' alnceI C IIIKU T. Nelh, Realtor

I lit was opened This has pro !. < :: Iin.M: r '
.. duc -d an average 'Income of Ray "Ml.' al I'' M. 17, South Green ( ove Springs

$SO. somewhat under the or Funeral Director Phone JHI-JSUl Day or M.hli
Iglnal) salary promised the v s; ; IMioiiH ::!sI di'fi! (;: <;
; ; i We handle VA and MIA ttrpos"sslons In Clay and
three suffers I t/ Green t'ove tUllwf. .
Duval Counties)
THE TRAVELERS Children' between the airs
l Q l. tint: ".0. Bus 415
of seven and 17 may parlicb! ., !
A , .
The Cum puny That Invented : pate In the final week at $1 --'. --- -

Aulomobl Insurance : ONLY .r4 per child for a 4,day wsek.

See us fur complete Information about The Traveler I I You.SppSt..E0l'11 find that we t!da only la Taylor greater the response pointed Its prospects out to the that camp Unless for TOP Savings TOP Values Now at

low-cost Automobile Policies that will suit. I what Is necessary to put ,
next will b Jeopardized.IA
I IJ your car back In first class year *
your needs


: : STATI11'Pb.
2} N. Orange Avenue Tsu II&.JI'1 Most of the law enforcement ,
I officers of the County, the
II ,
I ...
WWIJanctlan Florida forest Service a game
REPRESENTING THE TRAVELERS HARTFORD llwy U A IT warden and the United States

Green Ore: Sprints Navy went through a practice .
'I alert. late Monday after a Nary .IA-

- - I
the Mlddleburg" area ,
r ;;; State Trooper John Mann

: Mating a plane crash See the imarl '4J Ramble/ haidtopi reefed' In blockUotH from .tfi. Amerj) approximately two miles. east .r'groWd! vinyl Eire special tvmn t d.ol| mode U>.-ta she Iviurlovt! Ambo Kor-yew get ro 101 Middleburg at 4.30 clock even bo", for you with .Sine new owo eiclie tai cuts "prUet on ell,& convertiWe. lombJtrtlAMCRICAN

I The Sheriffs" office dispatched TOP
deputIes to the scene, (
i Navy sent a helicopter and among The man tilt Iwswty f
I others represented were sports airbock All' g'omor' optloi. ,
1 Service, the l Klvdifial...a7cv. In V IC u
: the Florida\ Forest
I : me te., ceme Sap N Co Ramblerl /
Game Warden office and numerous -
volunteers from the "

Middleburg area.Meanwhile .

OVER . l mod radio stations
In lh Jacksonville area

announced a Nary plane had

THESE FRED DAVIS USED CAR SPECIALS crashed After a near fniltleas Middleburg search of

U roaD XL roUT BACK. T .aWkartfUf '.I PONTIAC STAB CHIEF I-DL..L Marly two hours, all concerned

). y- n AT. ...... wUk red BAH. AT. rs m nits concluded a plane had broken
I1MJM the sound barrier leaving oneMiddleburg

latifler CORVAIB MOZA COTYEBTUMX: M CHtVBOtTT BIACAYNE!: fedaavBAB. : ctujen to announce RAMBLER '65

J-Dr. Docket IU .... RAIL W"ite I wy..... AT HIM an aircraft accident. MOTORS r

with MM biUriar "t"

H" AT, eo. "m" facer s. purse, U s4rM

BckP ; ....., .. ,
I Fred Davis Inc. FOR -- --""' -

SAX r.. M4-1SSS Cra Csf*. Sprints act '.. t4-Mfj 429 X. Orange Avenue

0-0-- H6 RESULTS BESELER MOTORS Inc preen Cove Springs

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Our Most Popular r L Beauty's Best .Foot Forward! rlta(1 Trooper, Bill The Green Cove Charter

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You Lo..lI Medial I Socwty and Hit III
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( It generally accepted that I'I '
t exercise 11 bciisuuul to the hu- e fir, '''Y xnw
t : inn body A moderate amount fj M W I yp4tThough
tV W" 'II physical exercise in I believed
f 0t 10 1 he of berjefit fci the heart and I
I ,flood vessels and the voluntary sows
1 muscles '1'here is I also a psychic
factor m exercise because gencrally ,

people believe physical the St. Johns Avenue residential area is knownto
pxerd..1 nukes: thenr feel better
eY+, c Most I physicians agree that some of the social hopefuls as Green Coves 'Gold Coast",
exercise uicrcancs the muscle 11 the river front Is a catch basin for raw sewage. Discharged
tone and therefore aids in the
shown above, It U not even put
circulation of the blood. Exercise through pipes such us the one
causes deeper and more far enough Into the river to be caught up by the river current
; paa*. rapid breathing which is desirable and carried away. The City has seven such sewer: pipes dumpIng -
t< dooming your dog i* one mon of I in the lungs to
way teaching him obedience.: causing expand in Into the "front yards" of
And the material untreated any way
sooner 1'ou teach your dOll to accept and although whether or not I
''i the better. In fact, it's emJoygrenming: thin U residents. Riggs points out if there were an unknown
J: 1L I a good Idea to start sshilo he' a puppy, expansion important in Driver licenses should be re riverfront
I min Pct Care Center experts advise everyday living i. debatable. such dumping could cause a typhoid
: Teach you\"log! bash I he newed during the month of your Uphold carrier In the City
Jlunishcd If he 'balks' at nail The effect of mild exercise
cutting. Chances on cholera epidemic
on a
could bring
behave and respond are the dafwill birth, every two years. If you epidemic: a cholera carrier
calmly to it. Nail digestive system is declare
\ cutting
.VI.,,. blushing to remove bum and knots from a dogs bathing teat are and all to have little advantage while were born In an odd year, you I ((50000 Londoners died In such an epidemic caused by human
im essential. pas of grooming Also important for canine looks it is definitely known that violent renew in every odd year. If you excreta In the Thames River). Johns Manville has constructed
.:. .Z till! around diet : an exercise fuuo devices for
the treatment
The commercial dry food! containing vitamins and depresses were born In an even year, you sewage treatment and Industrial waste
exquisite Siamese has become America's minerals dog needs I banal the
favorite of all pure every activity in digestive The City now has under
bred cats. It'. no wonder Agile, pay and friendly, the Siameseare tract renew every even year. 3.11 its plant which will not pollute the
the "talkers" of the cat world They are distinctive in appearance 4s 1 for txercike> alone 1 bringing study plans for a sewage treatment plant.
with slanted, vivid( blue eyes and a velvety mask across Bright Brunch o* Lunch Idc it -_ about weight reduction. this is a ---- ---- -- -- ---- -
.the face, Their legs and tail i are the same color as their masks fallacy xercise may whet the I
This coloration called "p ints." The Siamese with fawn.colored' appette: of the overweight person Say You Rend It in sum YOU GET THE STORY
bodies and chocolate-brown masks, legs and tail are known as causing him to eat more MAKE
''seal 'points'" Those with I grayish-white' 1 'bodies, blue masks, legs* food than he would if he \ver Till] CRESCENTSU'BSCRII311 :
and tail are called blue points" The Siamese is small and lithe, not taking excrciie The I most RIGHT AT THE RIGHT TIME
with long legs, well-tapered tail and a firm body Their short fur dependable exercise obese per ; NOW r
lies sleek and /flat In ddition to his tray personality, experts at sons can indulge in is puihiiig -----.- --
--- --- ----- -- ---------
the Purina Pet Care Center tell us that the Siamese possesses the char, away from the dmmtf
another quality which keeps him constantly popular, especially lathe dwellers He can be trained to walk.on a leash. The psychic effect of exercise, '
is probably as important a' any

.1 I other makes result people, fir feel apparently letter This it A NEW SERVICE FOR CLAY COUNTY .
feeling could be due to the f tact I
FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE that exercise can he a welcome
relief from the monotony oC sitting
I With some pcrsms. the
CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET thought of keeping physically
fit imparts a mental MimuliH
It!t is i generally accepted I by ply United Van
US SERVE YOUR NEEDS ( nciani that some form of mild 1
exercise is good for everybody

x t .: :t:; t7.; .! :t1.t; ; ( !
ar r t I Now represented ill Clay

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SALE 70S X. Orange Ave (JCS I'll. :;}S4-94E-l

Pro-Planned Long li) tamo Moving In "Sanitized" Vans

The refreshing /flavor and lively color .( I
STORE-WIDE DRASTIC MARKDOWNSTO pineapple slices will .t"1. .. (;t ..y.r.'t'irTT.tT.T.tW.I!
add a sunny touch to a midday rnpnu The sandwiches here feature I T {
two kinds of meat, turkey and ham, that nil delicious with ..
pineapple Top with a cheese if ====---===-- - - -- ----- ----- -- ----
sauce -
CASH you really want to be :: .
fancy, and you will be serving a satisfying and tasty luncheon -- -- --- -- ::
dish II ---.I.Ih'M

120-! BOYS' SUITS ............................ Jf)0) ) Hoi Hawaiian San.lwrrlr s tea arvuu N!
2 English muffins 4 slices Hawaiian pineapple,

800! !) BOYS' SPOUT COATS ................ 400fiOO!) Butter drained w I
4 slices ham
Sliced ripe or green olives

1JO! !) HOYS' SPOUT COATS ................ ;!) 4 slices turkey
Preheat oven to 450', Cut English muffins in half; butter, then,

l')9!)! HOYS' 8111IITS ............................ ],noT ( !) cookie toast until sheet brown or in an and 8 crisp.or 9 inch 1'laro baking toasted dish.muffin Cover halves each with on a a A Message
slice of ham, a slice of turkey, and a slice of pineapple Hake
,->.;1<) STAYPRUSS PANTS ...... ........... 1.00;, I uncovered for 10 minutes at 450., Garnish with sliced olives ,
Makes 4 servings. .


*1.m It9!' 'I'ennix: TO ADVKKTISKHS;: ,

Licensed Palm Header t TO &U1JSCKIBKKS: . li1

HEADER AM ADVISOR ) Xo matter how iimnj radio newscasts or TV news telecasts arc IiI',
: made daily . the average person i is still interested in reading !his I''

TREMENDOUS SAVINGSI homo town to know what in his
Can help you with all affair of life goes! on own area. According ( -
to a survey made since 10JO! the period when radio and televisionwere I"
t SHOUTS .... I 1.99! There are no problems too great for her U help you
200! M1.N'S11'ILKIN(1: introduced
l .
solve every day over (0 million copus of new-paper! i'I I

309! MHX'S: \LKlXd SllOHTH .... ::!.99! are being sold daily :
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To keep up with this demand: for news! the ,
newspaper industry
3.!90 MIX'S: swnr I [ SUITS 1 .................. :2!.'II! I All readings private and confidential i has been continuously rt work to improve their service . and has ;'Ii j :

3.99 BAXLOX SHIRTS ........................ :200! ! accomplished this with more up-to-date communication 'II
DAILY A.\I.: to 10 P, M. methods. 1\

4 :.!MHX'H:\ POLO SHIRTS ................ 1.00! FIVE MILES SOUTH OF STARKE ON HIGHWAY SOl \II\ So does the Clay County Crescent try to keep giving you the I li,\:

"Look For The SUn Of The Palm" ..1 best possible coverage of local news events! (with pictures and items) tta II

1JT! l\h'Il'1I I . and in our humble way to serve as a nudium of ,< ,
200 Men'H( : ) EVERYBODY WELCOMEcasrE enlightment to ...-r-;
bring to you the news of activity going on around us. .'-, ..__

This method! of news dissemination is
II appreciated by the .
1.99 6.99 business people who find that their .
F sales message
: \ potential customers antI brings them into his place of business\ So, if t tt" :'Y I,

1.39 BOYS' POLO SHIRTS ................ (l.'k-'! I you want to bring jour message to this market . the columns of ." All '

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490 MEN'S ]11111 1'S .."........................ 20c! Phone : Green Cove Springs 24! 31OJ '\\.t I

390 HOY'S nIl na's ...............".... ...... 19e '
,4 HALF GALLON QUALITY HOMOGENIZED To bo sure you can read this newspaper each week, why not buy '>; ... : .

a year' subscription for 1100 ..
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G.03: Men's( Shoe Sale or better jet, get 104 weeks of ,. .
M1 reading your newspaper for OXLY $5 00 (pail in advance), .. 'j'

SLACKS OXFORDSLOAFERS remember Fill our the following form and mail to us with your flmittanc'e. J.'

LOW MilK. PRICES Nam -..- 1 year x'1.00.,,.... 2)'ra. |5.00 ,

AIL SIZES y 4 QQ 4.99 Start at Castle Farms I

Address......,....,.,.,.._.,.,.......,.., City
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FOR SALE "CoP WANTED I 0> Lt.flU.: NOTICB S LFO U. l\01'11'N' I : : I LKOtL. >OTICH

FOR SALKs 14ft. fibre- SALES WOllKi: Excel- I.U\I. '01'1"1- tin,. of rell..Uo" ... h.rolll, 1'\1 I .11)1 iIt'h'IlftioToit: awe
STAT!!: 01' 1'L4JtttLi.cic .\ 5ioVs act .ul .I"I 1.. loln"I" Icr 1'\ .: : i
glass Aztec outboard motorbont lent opportunity for serai- l.'\'n I..... eclu,1.. Sear A'JOa'leSil.I I I I I. Healed' wropoaala will b* re11 I ,"
uu the 14IH day ot Juno. UU I fI 'the. torveviitg ttie' '' .t r.klairatio .. In re: 'lva by the hoard tt t'ublm
: L / (SO-lip.: John on retired man or woman to ,t a r"lIul..t! buurd nivvuitK. ufth .. III 04 (,1"\111 .... ,,' I 'niaiructiun llh. clay County. t

cull business houses in Clay "Cuunly Uuard if Fubliuliiatruillun. 11"1)' '. I'. firms Cove SI .*. nlorlil for i
engine! ) ; and fully equip 011 holil' at Urn HoardKUUIII III. 'lltANi' ru I 'iOu ,iahinut all unai. ial and lahor J '
of the Lluy Cuuiuy liuurdo Still tile achuel I for the ton,irm, lion of AOUITION '
)IHH(1! t trailer. Owner t transferred Clay County Irl'Kipl'n.. I'ubiu Inmruviton. In thv City :veer mS-lsn., all iluilunta, bo and Al.Tbl1.ttltN4: to
ses plus liberal commis ot Ui...n isis burinun Horula, and through. their tmieiitHuaiMian ut : : v\ K uihuiu: hut.Mk.vrAii.lltaju. : ,; .- I'
to West. Cash only. I the (..I1..h..' rvaulutlon w..a UHRiiliniiunly or ether ".,...., .1..01. hut Uranv lark ."I<>rlll.. 7
sions. Must[ nduutml.Hh.lKV.S I lint In luio unrnlu. .Hi. -
have Full by
Phono GCS 284-9785. car. I \\ : a. the result ofuiu.liruu. or part.timo work. Inter juillclal dviUlona and to rats color or nitluiial i it'if tin .."lrMM"1': to lh. hoard \
orlmi, lo ride nny scht I I Inaliuitlon
8-5.1k various itmuua nactil by Ih. I of Clay i

esting sales, service work. Conan.i It I I. lilnul cf ib uuvatlun. tailed that!Htatoa! *"-, hua, oiieritl.d">at..iu by aurvlnH III* Clav the CuiniMuhoul aihooof I ,silly' ,. n: r't\ {'tub::, flinch Cov b.BprlnKa lit the.

'1 Write fully to "Sales" Coned racial acorikallon, < In Ih* their choli. All buses will eil, hand. tuf. the Itoanl net later
FOR SALE Good rental
!-J8"J"3"l"r"W iis : pro. uublio. nhuoU of .'Ior".n' ?
. " "" perty. Six unlit with water P.O. Box 578. ICS tee other 8lata' I la Illegal >lolataIh baui. aceordliig tll school, mcdl'liiflt KU. ,Ud&
I 1 ho".. I. Kaih
,I | Oonntllutlon ol th* United urnuoaal, mii.t b. acoomnanled .
It frontage. Located three mile !8iata! cf Am"..... and Ib.1C'o"'uloory 1V. l'lm8 SSCI. AIUNIEIiN'tAisiaOilrlt Cove \ bv a unified cheilc
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES i south of Melbourne FU. near avparat* but *.,ud l land lot I'vrionnel, al six 'enal'ls| unmndltliinally to th*
all aiid all poaltlontakall lioaril
WANTED .bo'l system. Cur the while levela to time of 1-ul.lio ln.trunion of
t two factories. Sickness reason b. made without r.aarj loraue this County "".' Cove
will I. long- VttXi .
8 POINT TYPE: (This size seem Paen no SprIngs!
.'. lor or national priSm ..
claim i r a bidder
':! type) First Insertion. up for .tllln,. Box 1061 Green CHILDREN: Will care for children r\ntrmlited: i andYllhllKAii th* Clay County 1'he follow IIIK .1.,.. will b. taken nine In fa\or of the Hoard run ot
CARD OP THANKS and I af. i Immediately uru 01,11, to thla iiluo ''" 'In.lrll'l1.. "' ,''1.., "
Cove Spring 8-5-ltp U.mrd of Publli In.lru.'tlon. 1 "Li' Coun.
to 30 words for $1.50 allover In my home 5 days weekly tic ahsuotiv. study and long pohicyl; lleitlnnlnK. the .ihuol year : ; : \, ly, l .rl' I In an mount auual
'I IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 $11 with lunch Prefer teach of II. artuu UdA.Udd the aeparate InService shell l,, 1% seC the nwnlmiini: bid I 1
30 at So per word. Ad-.
: : : Tialnlnir, i'roaram fur : prlr In
I 5'1'15 ill. ,ttern.tlve., ha con- ant, ; I laae a I.. not
words for $1.50. all 30 REPOSSESSION: SALE Two .
. dltional consecutive Insertions over era children. Phone 184-556. luil.d that It I. ahuoluiely Ii' t.achre w herein work aliopa "" l am'anted. ir It a U an*
bedroom and bath frame houseon --. rnllal to the crnllnuiul' op.rAtion. to nudy tirolilvm relating to on. leiiinil, and. a rnnmruvtlun acres-
minimum of $150; allover at So per word. nrourima aim w.lfar ot the nliuola' at,'* held ahall u. mnnd la .>.,'uud Soul a .atla-
30 words at 4o per acre plot In Mlddlrburg. WANTED i Large older houseon the l'llv Cuunly Mthool $y.tetnIC lliiilnaii.d' and Mid pet era", ./ tailor i. 'unlra"'nr'' bond, la furnhil .
I Call foriiutgle 1.I.n ehiml.iutii.e. hall liulud .11 the teki'hera of by the amreaaful bidder
150 monthly. which will take mort Ii A.
$159 down; owner '
word. the dliitl 'h.,1 olvteIllENOtV Clan luuniy. ) '''1'1011\, reuadle.oof the clink nr bidder. bond will
r LEGAL collect Phil Black Jax 1592801. gage. Write In detail or call TiikunKnui: N.: UK IT r.,''', coir or national .oricin tal,*.. ' I be returned In eagh In.tanc
ADVERTISING: HKM'LVKU: I l.v Ih. ('1.., OxnnlvIliutnl All fauullv "mtietliia-a and uurriouluin wllhin a iirloil of thirty inm
\r 8-J-2U Henderson 4711 Kings- hInt
11 POINT ,TYPE : Henry 1 of I'ulillo Inairuitlnn. all plannlnic. uroupa with day thereafter to Ih* bliid.r
First Insertion $1.40 per call 1888140. tvai'htr and nrlnolual. will b* furnlahln aam. .
burg Ave., Jss or inamlirra Ihtrvof "" '".rll. ", that
[( This size type) First In ordi' romiilv with II.swu I. 'I he aiureaaful bIdS,- will
- Inch: each additional Insertion HAT FOR SALEI Call GCS 8-S-ltp of r the tu,land th. laid Clay VMITII'IO\TION or PUPILS), IN ba rruoirnul;. l lo sour, Into : win- t

Insertion, up to 30 $ .80 inch or as 184-1249. 7-I9-4lp Hiunlv Hoard nt Pulillo Inatruo- I'AKKNTrt:: , ANtI I'I'III.IC 1'aranraphiI. : (' irui'llun Hi aaivvnienl: ; with th* .
per ; Urn ilihorrbv ttlar 'In rfvot A \.rlo."" copy of ard n f I'ulillo I Inalrutllon of
Words II and I III.I I hi'r.lll ..1 out will I t'lay l I'uunty.
for $3.O0 nil over 1.100.1.OTU&\ the follovHn imlli'loa tfeetiCiIlnOn Florl.U In" a p.nal
required by Statute. ba publlalivd, In the Clay County .urn ot not 1... than the.
adoption of null
Ih dot. ot Ih
P0at lOu) per word. Additional FOR SALE or RENTI) In Penney Ih. Hnnlutlnn Cra.ivnt. utirt :lh: II..... Nwt JOIIS I mum_rimirai'tor'a iirlie.

Farms. Two bedroom houw. l\ IIIK ('OINTT JltMIK'SI I I. rl consecutive in- I distribution I olIcS a weekfor rlaht to reject all bid and
ell.ll U ton to
.1 K\'''Irhll.l >
furnished. Lot 81' front by ISO 5 % II I I* 4 %It t sift four I4> ronaatutlv week ) waive minor Irr.aularltlc
., InlrndlnK nlr, or
READING NOTICES tI.OHIIIt.CMAUlAriTk. 'n' mid to :: : \ :
Per 1'1. "V tlUMV.
: Imm.illatilv
l'rl ions minimum of the flral throimh its twelfth folio win,* Ills adop. ),' srrra Ii hr. uhiaih. throuahi toS'lleI'lan -
deep. Cant aid golf coarse. In 1t.1 F.'aa, ot urailra lit public athnila of Clay lion of thl. It.i-olutlon. .'.' Any such tr ea' j :

2.40 ; all over :SO: wordst line. 250.DEADLINE. Garage. Elwood Johnson GCS 1. Ml'IIUIOKKK, (''onill at Ih* ItoKlnnlnic of th* All nuiilla renl.terliiafor' the larltle or .rrora lout b* cor- <
1>*CM.I.KOIICH. U,. .U.! ...hol veer. shill h.v. ISSs.lHS rhnol ilurlnuAUKUKI THM : rocl..1 rn the prunnaal, I In whlrb" '
Sc jer word. Phone S8I-I98. ResIdence J05 \ 10 IMKUI1UIIS' Ih. chili In enroll In th* furinerlv II IIH5 IhroiiKh Auauat Ul' : : J'lev occur. prl... t* th* *.mut.

South Magnolia GCS. (Opposite < all W hit.. or fiinn.rlr all IT. moH, by, a 1l.01< Ion of son r..n.I".IIIIn contrail
rl.'lIon\ principal Cr which
All crJUurt of the K.u.t. of .Nuare .i.houl hla mav tie sword th-reon
ASSWIEfl DISPLA .': Per : Noon Tuesday Yarn Milllltfo) : Churloii. 1. Muhthof.r. d acea.. ..II.are .lri. ,,'*. and slimy the lirnfll nfII th. Office ot the FIED: ) : I. I'lana, and an.tilfli. >atliin*
f 'lltlr. a".U. .f I'ulillo. In.truiUlon hopiruci'lone flay h* olitalned In th. office nt
aol tern and *'
h.r.tay n"tll" r.qutr.dto IOn
iJumn] inch. 140. No dls- preceding publication date and form on whluh their .."... the Anhlierl, AI.I.KV HIYW
fe'! a.>, elai" 0' dsanUushkh .bl. at sail uhuut. 1'b. rr * liarenia' or xiiardlun, may .rio.their tause A.I A. Arrhite sit I'ark
., .10111. herein eranimt isruni.4
unts.SALES. of Thursday. FOR RENT i tI..y may hv n'l of suard- choice I the school neil ,," .. Jirk.nnMlle, Florid. *
10 II. nor a
aid at.l* In th. clflo o( lee .Stb
> nupll. Maidforme ,
b the
. . . . . . . . . . I'nunir :'uilg ot lUy CubiC, Ian, of the iiunll or nunll* Involtrri to he I ccl' if any tenther dr.... will h nf ISO nn, Them depnalti \
*+*+**++***+ 1111111. I I 1'111111111 + lorldit, $In the rourlhuu at ..r to auih liarann .,and. urn" ) returned anon the re-
FOR RENT! S-room furnished Inn in lino iwrmtia lo such putill prlm-liml, or th* office: of ten turn n f Ih* nhii.,. and eperlfl.rattnn. .
'I"OR Urr.n Cove III.rln.| ., Klurldn, Pip.riientcnt, at: I'ulillo I In* of l In nml. rnndilionl'IAT' ,
Three .bedroom SALEI bedroom brick Apt.. 10* West Street. Phon.GCS within ill rAleiiilar inonthv from nr nuiilla and urh frdi, of alruitlnn, nn later than AuauatIT. of .. ilil'NTV lliUIID nr
,', Is .1..rl..1 at lh.
,. with carport. Root fur- house on 1 lots 5*. s 111' each.I 184-1111. tfe the d.t. of. ..the first publlrillnn d.. Ilinu'hul and mu.t III the nwnnr herein lIeU Written ",,..truollllll..hllll ,. .,. Pt'Hlili' 5'l/II'I'III''TIII-I/ :- Ullr.KM: ::
of its' notl> EliCit rUlm or -- the form. aft.Una '
nm.n. l A. 111% M HI'IIIMIM'
.. 1..n.\.I.. .
; . T.aihrra
and air conditioner Ini. Within city limits on N. St. -- -- mund mint b. In writing unit and u olhvr ithuol iimnnnl I .hull. forth In detail 'the "..lh'I"* "il I I J. I' "yn... Jr 1III'.tlnlllllol.n&' !

Good location. All Cyfencing. Johns Avenue. Will sell fur- FOR RENT: 1-bedroom house and muMi Dplofie..t.lIlh. tilai nitdrMi cf r.sid.nrs ot the not b* "", ,,,111.11 tu advla rouinn Set nut In I hi. ItK'luili.n. .' |i the r.mlttlna "'.. ..a..." f
.iid oih.rwln iniiueii.isuch : a 'n.I.r. Coil ) -- ---
Corner .( Idle- niahed or unfurnished. For In. 17J Bayard Street. Call Marvin "Ialm."t an.I must b. sworn 10 dxlalnn.. or Nor will at'hull rhoi.l tint to b* Melatiached bill "
br IhA claimant hli ai.nt. or UTATK (>r k'LOIUlU
COlIC' IflP'rl."P
and Arena formation phone 114-1118 or Taylor VA 4-U41. or VA c.un. prraonnil' i either favor or pn- I
IllihUnd ahallb
hi. anorn v. or It will heroin 'allis l thllilicn* ut th* \1.I The fnllnwlnaform ': ale
ItSI-Jlll. 7-li-tf 9250. -Jtfe St. Augimtlne. 7.0If.UYER'S void acrnralnic to law cluili. nmd*. I fiirniahed In Ih. parent nrmmnlUil \\ : ..
Jun II IMS .lIt. hi th. vmt ov.rrri.wdln ..t eel chill raalaler' I HFfllKTAIIY: nr MTATM )
\\alt.r Mat Muhlhoffrriciiitor rmulla at a imrtlmilar a : of Iho Kautt cfCharlotio Trnm Ih. i.h.ilc male, iHrlnrltv cl folllllv, Hi'hi nl. Hv.lrtll' for the Ii Mlale' ot the Hlate uf Hi. rl'Uiiu .
I. Muhluofcr aalanin.itl ahall, b* baaad aulrlvnn : .,'hnlll veer I'fltI.hOlii. (III<: All'I h.r.hy verllfv Ihnl the fol.llJWlltH '
I'.e....4. inniimlty.. wlihoul ,...r" la NAMIo lilt $l'u'i'NNTli.'si I : :
S-Il.Stefwt ,..t InU.lnM -- ,
racial rminlilvratlnna. ., lilt I'AUTNrilHIIU': LTD
I'kiHil II'.... ,vallakle
GUIDECONDITIONING I i.ilhua* h.i.. ..ho..... are 555. f IHIANilN I'AKK
rvlm-lrd, liriaun. iif ov.nrrwd' ll.lnhle' ,'
I )IKryalnn with iiriniilpal |ilai i% HIM tI.tisr III nrIIOHIIM. StI .
Inn will h. nullflod and ni-iiil 'Hihoiil 1.\1 It. n. :
In louni I rluilaliiiia
11)11 5 1.1 % 5 III ''loT' rholi- .I..l.h I
I.-.. tu inak an : .
0 Iliunliar Itlah .hlch.oh 1.\1 ha, aluul' 1' I srtioi.
i iii '" rii% ,
>f i furmrrlv N* ru vr A."' .. tiirineil. : I4
un.l.r Lhapl.r 0. .
.. l'rk Jr. Mr.lllMh .
)0r n
\.. \\ H. hui.I. f till Horlil. Mlatulea Law of florid
BEVERAGES PIANOS \\ NAMNUtfUANK II IIKUliriHATHiN: : .Shool hIlt # *. ami. *....h ha v Inn '"11." fur
: lal All iiuiill all.ndlna arhoolIn t llflav Utah H,'hod .-.IIiireen Kit tnunllie ur nitr ID tony th."
a ."n"M.ralion. th. ('lav founlv $ch. "I Hva- 0 ) "'..n Hurltma, Jr. annual fillna ,*.. soul ren.mftheir .1
l"-" Uurlnn th a hont year ,..
fUlnirr, Illah hth.l o.etiti'si.e' of aulhurlty tooli.rate
MILBERGER ... hU .hall fur th. ,.IIChnrl.a in .. l.liinl.,1.. I'arlnerahlpai
QUALITY PIANOSNow bv roturn.ln r U-lay I 11 111 1I'h..1
PAUL'SAll ,,'hoi I near 1005.1011>> 'I .
I'U 11.1.11' "YN.: 1..1.I'H1't: : ... Ih.relnr.. In tiur.uam ol the
the r.klaltallnn forma anyLi.rh.r I K.. ll" 0 lIlt .
.UUKIITK: nrovl.liiiie He.'lion lllli.rlnrlda I
aol , th. fll' I-I 'alt.
criminal or ; Klem.:' liava raim.ii
. On Display I "*(.ndlnl., ..1 ,Ih* $...rlll.I.,1 of. '.nUJJAuiluH | { IT. "'. Mlllir KUni: : : In h. ,,"'I.h..1 lit tl.AY: 'IH'N- {
Sales. Service hInt.' u"iiun ; loCh.i'urtls hiheol 1.4 IV ('II(:$ 'NNT, a n...."..tie, !
; Legal Beverages 'olsti' "K SIITTUB to.* lhrusil hi l .' '
M I'ounir.
( 'in I1 llannrrman I
SERVICE stArE t'l KIXillll'A sub rrKiatrailun t Ih.uarcni; : H,'hool. M hl\( mill nf r.n.w v rllflcaia "
.. that
EASY TERMS ahall maiulalurv
1'''. IIIII.I.II' WAVNK Ifch.KTK *M.i..ZEittF. -. It ur auardlan. of Hi. nunllr I Oir.nee I'.rk .:I.m.II. "''., uf authority a* aruvldeil

Open A. M. to 1 A. M. HART IIRMTIRE CO. i .std hla CAIIiil.tN wir. '.'Id.n.. lal rln lo atund' aihmil ..lur.l . h..ol Im -* TVI' ;'I'N"1I:1t: mv haml evil the ,4 I
('.....1..1... ............ aol ..101.... unlulu.n. l to. :Ih* ..ho..l year lltl.uPeCenertis. I" f'h.", .1'I.n.:. hIlt: :' : : I $.si l of Ike Niche 0' >'lo.rhl '
use Heatle aereeo 29 Walnut StPhone 184-5211 I ,IH lIP livroby nulillfil' thai th. rholi.. ....,..,1..1 In M'hosI I.' M ,M :' ... at Tallahaaa.'* lha Paul.lal ;
9 S. Palmetto Street Duval County Line Green Cove Springs I la. lull Im. bsoN I U n Ih. O1..... tilled <" P.h''I t4I I' mil.
184-9781 th* ... of flv, tip ,*ar* and ' :
Home Phone North of Orange Park th i ,II' <>ii ar. h.rb re'lulu.1! Itll It' nionlha tn or hfor tfHMlur. inlet l.l.iii.Hihnnl : jop f INKAI.Iinn:
'REAL ESTATE < > .U ran's- with Ilia < I.'
Phone 1849581PIUSTFI mould. within I ,
ngs uru.. a Ih* (lr>l flat uf Ih 11,11 AI1Ai'CO.t'iiPl'.hltY
''hi toull. .n.1 ih.10 liainliCa .hlil .. ho..U 0.-.., durlnn .nv I I 0 \I"I.U..lou... h'h.ii.: $ : ; : (IFI II'tAT :
.10.. i.r..C up's.. iii .4- i ,.., hall l'. ."", IIl.d at tIc $.'.h'.II'sreiiI M 10' .1r. ....110
BOATS ill ,I"CO b osnisa ,.. . .h".1 I.,...
TWIN REALTY I I.--..-.......... n..1 .h.- 0 I ..
ir I In.on.1 to "'innelt', -' -- ------- -- -
;;li \ : : hullMtiNUM i'unih.' "ho ; iioup.hiauiAdhrcs. ; ,
.,.01. for ,it. 'h..1 I IIcc .r /
11. I"t .
TV APPLIANCESERVICE llMa/ 7' .\'<.//. ; I ."noli aII I.--1...... ibIhilsC:- I U.IUI>> I" ihn "'l 1... I'llS'to I ." .. --.. ---' I I I nil'i ir e oil it r .,r

INLET MARINA I ills .. .orlo.. i .it. 1,4 etniem; nhull'c suurIiitli tv a.itthet.h :: .......'1.... I-. . U. I he ol IP' n......t'I"I"I".,

Realtor] 'I 1..1., Ib.n Au..1 5th A FI or .. hvr'nt In ... Mirk an X IwiliU .. html ..fv. 'S.. on-as-t it

We Repair All Brands and BoatyardMEECVRY RENTAL 6 SALES PCI.I I If. ..11 fall IK 4. .u. In".r*. ,ul..., at foini.rlvri th* ,..flnN'all 'hr'. 'hico' .. foe .uiie.liill iliixil I fir H.hoj'1V r ll. , I 'IIFI.KS: r KlUHIlfcl I : .t.
of ?
.. I. all Whit. to r r I h li'*
Servicing Clay CountyFor ACREAGE LOTS I "I-,'. i.""I...0 II !.' .ntt-r il a' "' .. .hui.| ii f I..." choIce lull II. "....I Veer ,,,,,.1 be m*..1..n.1 Tun I'UlnlllfIMVIl'V.
KUken. Tears .4.15115 i U ,' lh. r,ll f .......1 lusty" reeltOrC. re's. tbla form inimt be r.l"r'',*'l lin .".1 )1.l I KIMIIIIrOt.K:
, .
m"I.I. .
Residential Commercial il In lh .. A..I II loCh thr..u.h Aus son I.", ",.r nrinrlnal, ur "it' and. 1\ .
SERVI'EBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS I Th. 0.1.utiat.s 4 tail l lnf fit iefndant
Park Ph. IU..3ISULLERTON'S .1041 fli. if lbs Miiiwrlnlen-Unl .. .
ante Industrial ..r III* trm-k .ur of MeseugP | 1!<, 1''ul., Ir.n'rln. ..moth- "'...hll. Inairuilliin 1,01"F.hueu.i I..'.... ",.'II.. TtiitIl or" stir
.. .. ,.rlW and .
unelerl 'h. H. hod H"aim fur IT 11.4> The. ..h'ie ,' I, A
Serving Greater Clay Ceaaly : i ,'I.| i "inly STAT or' H. mlL> --TOl
. I I. riar Mmlurlila
I tt.'.m. 1".I..d 4..eil..d .. f Ih* Hh....l leer l'.k.lMS. who te Mmlinaf.r II.. *. Im'.l the. ( .K. KUIIIIIKI,

I Wei a I>ry Storage Notary PabUePIIONB I p S HI... It II UKAlHiW.HIKHiK ': ,...1 nil .. hool In. am h year IPU.IU. ,..rl, .. r,IN. lint iiiiu
I .. .I!
I I'nil S. se.rdint toflat ".""hI ourina' lh. 5. .aar III "::11'1' )I. 1''TtlU'tI: IN:e I lIlt Solo
24 N. Orange Ave. Marine Ways : hh.rU..V ..,..clod In I'll IMI-IMi and sIc .rsn'.ll'm. 'h.In..n )1| to:A I / ?:W "IIK. NEW: VUMK

ren C'ove Spl*. "..4141 Office 214-181 I l I.....k. C ..... IS r .., Ih. iurr -nlI.ULII m.n inn lh. flr.l their.r.d resort., .hall band orauardlan \'I.u t'"""in lIntel ..t 1'.1011". 5. ,.. ' AUK MKiiKiir: : /ririrt: >
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTHOrange ihroua-k I"."..' II..nHJI1l1o list .
!. rcntnla if I'lar ComiVM iiaml-, a aol has b. fllxl aaalnet
Ave. S. at Bay It., I or oiher seep's : I' TYN.:". JIt.II ef '
Orange .ntlll.4 au.eml
COUN1TNO Park Phone MI-9II1 Cove Spring VW"lh(' f-lloirlna-'' ... 'I5 in I I... .. i.en nil ntis.W hlla r.alai.r or for-al of I'uMli: InIn '.." : In Vo..I Osaiun.are 'hereby reimtreil! to

rMd I"...S nf .'iMl.i>.h'' lha,prlt f.nn.rl.all ?iere ....ltoul l of thai 'rut'tlt.n' 7.1OleliIh4 h.. II. .,.. OlIn ?,1.lnlllr. sttoeosv
|iM-id I* or upon the r .. soil auldrese
INSURANCE: MOW hut r.'ld.n-r- ; : palli
l "i'o:
clIp'! 4... ri>Mi4 preMises t hul iO,51e II, IKI theushSee. I .,0< n, onr wrltuaj ...,......
A':7:: Hot H'.lnl Itani' . II lIeU. \ II III" Itt'In :\ rllhs " any U the bill of eumplalnl
>...!. )1..1 I IM nr ufr .(> 141'I In ..... .t on.r'enw4lnette.t WIftilt, *aPlSI (11115 YtihtI Si.' ::,: I aald;I Null rnpy of which I to
AND OTTO """a I.' II..'.r Mrdl'T nftx'nit In' hair of U. PIIl U..I ..,." I. POW h.with ns cc
FRANK WM. UPHOLSTERYIII II n m, will' ,.. sines' In thon.pus. Iti k.atai . IIn.1t..I. .
TAX SERVICE; : "!. 5', rt.,*.... .'". WI' .I..r darlOS AuC.N. I I II 14 II HKLU 'wer : :I ; i .. fall not or II..,.. pro

Lisle Kenney, Owner Special Agent MagMUa Avenue *,JaTlH..I.. Mulch I OK ".Ie .. U I tt1 thr"sb. A..I 17. I I'* ."*.,. Ih. (' I .,nfeusn will III an..1 a.nol,
j r I'llusi TeA.wpIlhM| IT NAt .... I.., Ih. relief prayed In In*
Orarwe! Ave. Green Cove Green Cove Springs ". Call... 'ill 1 Tusk l Th. ,'h..',', mad. a' the I in and : : I. i
la.eraare wllk. PrMMl I* "'!'' \ITNr Inc hand isiS ...1 II l'l' on er of acmplalnt'
TeL 184-1711 Phone 111-1784 I (*..urt al' 41'! *... Cot* dprlno; --- I '. IS pineS l thai I a. 'ii< : NATfllrl (.1' mil) SUiT
Complete Insurance Coverage <'*" f.umy Pi.eda" Ihia, Ilr4 I have fll'e) mr final report se ,If : '' mil IMvurc
"l'lIonnl i Z4'tl Services I PURNTTCRE 4. f .."I... (Ml I ,,,. '.1 I h..ia II .f by : WITNIIHM: mv ilsol and. Ik.
< > : : :: :
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LITE FIRE AUTO ,"''. FARM LOANS lr1i""K"l".. d. ....4.. Ih.t I j pa ; I ..1 df aal-l t''url al ire.n C.'..
laAccounting CANVAS WORK 1'wwoK: u rAni.tai.K have III.." my ".IIII..n toe '" Ib ...' "... rinrl'la, ihl'* linl dr
& Tax HOMEOWNERS BOAT TOPS CUSHIONS lark. ..f rice.)lt ('"..rlri iii,. hara a..1 that I t.III| ."j.,1 lr Thla A".i..t A. H I'"
MORTGAGE LOANS ,., r..n. KlorM ,. iii' "". roJni'y'K1 one. I
Returns SLIPCOVERS MADE ll. Ora". M ('*cliui.. on (.,..nir lj"d..Th-"f"'r".r me. "r'ALir! >.iin I. fini-Mir' :.
H08P1TAUZATIOM f..I n.,.. ..rlrta, '.. Ih. Iftl" dsp ..fAeau ' '". Cl.rk rireuit' r.nirtllv
hr new. Furniture '......11 nrn4W TIMBERDAIRY .t Inol, for ai,.|., of ;"' ;;! urare M. I'arlul: .

flulnpe s .Firm &: Phone: Green Cove 184-1541 with the Old Comfort* S FARMS anil for final liarhanaa Uree Iwaiilv sloth
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C. A. IICMMEL RANCHERPARTTIME : I ....'.... for I'Ulnllfl
CHURCH NOTICES Thl.' ..... daY ef July till .......'
Mary laee.5h4PuO.Adnisl.teelris. .. .
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TRADERS N. Magswtta Ave. penalty on pr<-payment

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L PabsMsr I.. TeL m-OM I WrtntefAll ...... 114-1MS GREZN con arRINOIrtOtfDA FEDERAL LAND:

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rT1CZ EQCIPMZNTAMERICAN UMIags a* f.r have geae Idol a 1 n.ctatloM sad

BASE FCRXrrCRE CO. gIve the sew I aaa I* poultice .. ah.w ..... boo..., ..laMai laeatioM. -

AIR hot posaAls Job I wih to thank all ., frt M. lee theIr awarlyrMpsaaa.

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FursMkIals Our .erne win .bs yeses t*> ..... A can wlfl prove IBM.
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Lloyd BUICK.
E. Jones Jr. Owner FRED DAVIS
13553 5naseeie ...... pleas poo. aol !NOTE Have three bedroom kwswe .. trste ,

HpertaBsts In J.eas.*vflle ET 7-4411 oar prkcsj wlfl be fee h... la OraJife Park. 4.. 0..... Aft. ne- n..UJS-IU.3tu OCIIrUtESDAT.

Offles BttppUe and rnuonabte. SARAHALLOCK

OfflM Equipment Try a ('1a.-rw U CALL TJB FOR' ALL

Ia The PROfTEO MATTER Reg. Real CtaU 1It.ur

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Ctag( i County Crtstcut
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I Around and lt-- I II CORNED BEEF SANDWICH- IS .HEW! '.

3h() r Islm
I $ t_

-R.* HUGH ,_'_n___ "+ a ati..
As A Matter
I the Far EMI and Z wound up Q

I in San Francisco! just as the
Japs hit Pearl Harbor.
1 _
I The story son that the old les
I Piseon was caught between the county in ***>. 1' w %

I Hong Kong and Manila and the per cent to $125 rrtUKon, according to /1
I only place she had to go was I Federation.The t
: Corregedor : prrctTtaw<< trwa was fifth <

YC a I The rest of the tory rocs i (and'('nU.more than four times the vi vila

that Doujrout Doug left the ,
June, im. sales wee put at (1M
flunky in charge of the rock I
I 1 and hauled The Federation's figures are based t rah < tf
bum for Austral- y ;
la on one of the expendable Tided by J Ed Su-aughn, director' of J

splinters under the Commission si
1 ,I ... ...
HIGH 'of a per onality called "Buck I *---- Ae .11' 'If
SMITH tl .
Icy" i One person was killed and 17 ''II' "" \ ,

Some enty-eight years ago. During the last days of Cor- accident In the first four months of t ..' "
I was stationed aboard an old repedor Bellyache sneaked out I State Dept..f Public Safety \ -- 'd ' "
:\ ;
bucket bolts of the fort I. \ '
of called the 'Pig under cover of night Of a total of tt accident counted ;
l'on"hlrh was attached to and dug himself a foxhole, told "rural" and 22 as "urban". A The Baked Corned Beef wiin is made to order for summertime eating.
1 Satisfying yet light puked with a world of good flavor, it's easy to
the shipmate I
submarine squadron In i tell nice. He then
J( .A- make and provides a welcome change from the usual sliced-bread-plus*
China for the purpose of sal- loaded himself with grenades, filling sandwich. In appearance it is unusual and tempting. And it has
\aire and diver training. rifle and a machine gun and I The Jack onvtfle and OaIDl'\"me the added advantage of being made from Ingredients the clever cook
The "Chief" of the Pigeon ,I waited for the dawn attack. are both working hard to persuade! keens on band for easy and quick warm-weather cooking.The .
I Commission to put the $280 sandwich li an all i in-one treat lender quick bread and moist
was a Polock which the crew I They found him next morn million
heart filling are baked together. The bread Is made with biscuit mix;
called Bellyache who stood Ing with his head bathed In by I Camp Blanding animal. Docs this sound strange? the filling- combines canned corned beef with cheese spread, a

six-three, weighed in at maybe rifle butts and his body cut to The Clay County Chamber has 'g somaeo and a bit of onion, Sesame seeds in a baked-on glaze ad juicy
two-twenty and wore his shirt shred by bayonet. matter because, according to tire nature' successful/! walks away glamour touch It may be served hot or cold, cut in squares for luncheon
and I in slices for snack time. Good indoors or out, It's
mooning a
fabulous facility is "a preordained j softly. or supper or
unhooked all the way to his From right up to the edge
from a The tiger also possesses great d.'sh la' kelp In mind especially for picnics and casual dining on
belly button. I of his foxhole to fifty yards The Atomic Energy Commission year in courage, strength and dignity. the patio.
Bellyache' real hat was Dank away dead Japs littered the week It bas narrowed the possible So These are the characteristic we The clever cook mentioned above keeps! canned corned beef on hand
ObelHvitfh and 1 like all hunk. I slope who had died with "Ban. 30" In cumber Just when the final list he once accept and they, too, are true. in two places for summer enjoyment: oo the pantry shelf and In the
submitted to the at a dis How do we know this? Because refrigerator. Unchilled. the meal it readily flaked into the small chunks
lea he had mouth, 44- i ton their lips and Belly- National Academy
a big. a
with other for casseroles and
,.hap. one careful, trained observer, that mis so nicely ingredients spreads
'. Inch chest and hands like two ache's bullets In their guts. known. George Schallcr of Johns Hop specialties such as the Baked Corned Brtfwich When chilled, the meal
anvils. Perhaps the death of the ..- In a kins University,shares with us in comes out of the can in a firm loaf that can be cut into perfect slice,
We called the Polock Bellyache Hunky strengthened no earth his speed 1 Life Magazine the results of his cubes or slivers that add goodness and attraction to cold plates salads,
The Job Corps has advised the His year' patient watch over the sandwiches and a wide variety of plain and fancy dishes.
because he satisfied ly good, weakened no evil,
was never
Development Authority It U not ready tiger la the forests of Kanba BAKED CORNED BEEFWICH
with anything we did proved nothing, taught nothing. training center Into Camp Blending. IUrpri"l Park. What he kas learned may lean (Hot.) corned beef, 2 tablespoons minced onion.
When we goofed, we had rather With one exception. Without Whether this upset your preconceived notice und"lied 2 cups biscuit JC
decision b In
have faced keelhauling or 1 guys like Bellyache, the Beatle- remote possibility that any way -but ytju will be spellbound! 1 8-os. jar pasteurized process ft 3/4 cup milk I
court martial than his wrath.Once brained generation of today Blinding may sharp threw spread ::1. Sesame seeds '
sites now being considered for the atom i medium tomato, diced Milk, or 1 slightly beaten
I put the bad mouthon I with their girls' haircuts, their .
be ascertained this week by The egg white _
the Polock and nursed a taste for Filet Mignon, four in
Blending does not offer a number I Word "Wine" Flake corned beef with fork. Add cheese spread tomato and onion
fat lip for two weeks when he the floor and the fifth under Spread
named by the Atomic Energy mix well. Combine biscuit mix with 3/4 cap milk; mix well
slapped me all the way across the seat'would be eating white : half in bottom of greased S x a X 2.uch pan. (Use back of spoon
1 the fantail, through a set of"H" rice from the lip of a round high level scientific urlverslty. adequate Cana", John 2: 1.10, where dipped in water or milk for easier spreading, ,) Spread corned beef
level scientists and a vast and even flow mixture over dougn. dough corned beef
our filling.
Spread/ remaining
bitts and over the side bowl squatting between the words "Christ turned water Into
Brush of
lop dough with additional milk or slightly beaten egg white
From that day on, all the shafts of a ricksha. ', eith wine", and we know it was for glossy top; sprinkle generously with tnunt seeds. Bake la 375* r,

Hunky had to say was "Jump"' There are many things In Burlington Industries, Inc., late last sweet grape juice, for Christ! oven about 30 minutes, or until top'is browned Let stand about 10
and the only answer I gave this world worth living for sales totaling, more than $323 million for eight always used his power to aid minutes before' cutting.< Serve hot, cut into squares; or serve cold cut
into I x slices. Makes about 24 slices
,r 2'/j-'iHh 9 ,
was "How far" I There are few In this world ended July 3, up from $301 million: in them people. The second Bible reference ; squares

I Well, as time went by, Uncle I worth dying for, Net earnings were more than $10 ; Pliny often distorted Is "The
Sugar transferred d me out of This country is one of them. million above those In the 1064 quarter. at least Last Supper", given In Mat

- Earnings for the quarter were equal time I thew, Mark, and Luke, and the

after the 2-for-l split effective last week fruit I I word wine Is not used at all. Don Pool'sIELF8EBVICE

a share adjusted In the year earlier : belling, It Is "Th Cup" or the "Fruitof

The board of directors declared a ( these the Vine", and the third often -
25 cents a share on the new stock, a distorted reference Is "St.
SEE YOU AT from earlier quartet payment;. use and Paul's Advice to Timothy": I A Oewto*. Ones On*

Burlington' net for the month ." t'Drink no longer water" (only) I 0... SI linn Every Day

were $SO,5 million, compared to $34.8 refer- I but mix grape Juice with your
I n Ue.-..... WanhfnDtke ..
nine months I 'd. Inking especially when
of 1964. Per share water
earning Ua*! lie 1.-.... Blade La4i *!.
were $205 compared to $1.44 a snare In / at you are 111" j

Echie'sORANGEDALE; irn5lguBlmumulwunIalrnlWN0lut9thnwmooiusI'!! i t WELCOME

I i Paik-of.the Palm,, at Keystone, will
;1' J tlnintals," a touting musical organization Atlantic"m
Radio '& TV /
,. 22 Instrumentalists In a sacred : I II

IN Saturday evening, I
The program will Include concert -S- ZKNITH;
uals, a dramatic banner of the cross
choruses, hymns, gospel songs, orchcntial<
Into, ---e- mill read your entire life past,
present and future. She asks no questions -
"The Continentals" are made up of ' On .III Main rf ModtltAT
age from 16 to 20 who have become COLNTT OVER II TEARS but will tell you what you want to

homes across the United State and -e e know, giving date and facta of business,

touts and word albums, Sing A Happy Street! ()liven Cove Springs love, health and family affairs Will

Along and Life Is A Symphony/ :2 '-:l122 help you find lost art. TUX you whom

9NUIQmAUtagplpghpllpalgpalt: you will marry and when. If the one you
love is true, what part of the country U
Where The nest I'toplr Mitt -
"Production Credit associations In
-- luckiest for you, and what to do to bt
North Carolina and South Carolina successful Will reunite the separated.
50 of the short and '
---- -- per cent locaU absent friend and relative, and
held by institutional lender In the four cause happiness between man and wife.
to S, D. Saunders, director of the :
Make up lover' quarrel Telia, U sickness or bad luck U
Credit Association. vatic natural enemies evil Influence and bad luck. Doe not tell
Saunders, who has Just returned
v : Washer to please you, but will tell the truth. One visit will repay
t where he attended the annual
s J tic for other I read
you disappointment la all not only your
credit association director and ]
A lit. like an open book, but I also help you out of your
Reports at the conference Indicated the
TNlih' TROUBLES: Com and ... why you are to unhappy, why
PCAs In Florida provide 55 per cent,
..Yt'r'thl"aeeml to go wrong.. WHY be sad and downhearted
Raltry 48,1% :
} ;' 57 1ft; North Carolina and l
CNn .' i sick and worried when you can be helped and
the non-real estate agricultural credit
"f a
lenders. everything mad clear by consulting THIS GIFTED
\\, :MEDIUM: I Everybody welcome NO MAIL ANSWERED.:
"The Northeast association made
I make no house call*. Dont mistake the addreas, MADAM
000,00 in 1(64 In Putnam, Plaster, St.
f BESSIE: U located north of Callahan on Hwy. SOl one-
Baker Mr.
Clay and counties '
iM 1N 1 half mile
from City of CALLAHAN, FU. Phone 179-32)0.

Klopman Mills, Inc. a division of 'It Across UM Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
K Inc., will construct spinning and at Opea dally I jn.. to 10 p-m. Including Sunday

ton Davidson County, N. C 'Till CUPPING GIVE TOO A S3 READING 1001$1COTNEY

\ Initial employment at the plant will
sons, with an annual payroll of I '

Th Denton plant, when equipped and

will represent an Investment of $4100QNLY

i NOW OPEN Th plant will be constructed with

. panslon. Week \ ,
a .

t 4:30: TO 10 P1M1M0N1FRI1i Farmers In this area are reminded T.. 3..,waise.,..... .1 TIRE,
I' : It year of age are permitted to work -
side school hour, under federal Jaw S SlgFauuilp.N5,15 SERVICE

: NOON TO 9:30: -- SAT., SUN., HOLIDAYS ThU 'word cam from C Truman 1In. a, .. ''' .

i I'' pervlsor of the Jacksonville office of u.t... but. Stir. all Itoi Ai _
U. 8. )' !
Contract Division.
Fried Chicken Fried Oysters and Public .. .
H. said the Fair Labor Standards rket" ..Iaa Zl! w.r etr'R 61151hwr

Fried Shrimp Fillet of Flounder under 16 from working In agriculture ... ,,,. .. ....'" .. ,
flslewageN.O.grt .
.. ,
I for the school district where they live .......... ,
with\ Slaw, French Fries and Hon!! applies to children of,migratory }
1'i\I' Children. I. J .,
v ( j
N tyar GIst .. J
iI i( Florida U a breeding ground for i ( w .5-Veer. .. < 'o4j .

4 Phone 2S4,0224CHANEY'S. R averaging more of them per day than I -we-- as. .....itoftelDistributor 6S1Brl1'I
Keith ..
the nation according: to Button -- '
with Florida' Agricultural Experiment -------- ',Miller Tires AntoliU $Batterl,

"ThU U largely due to moist winds -e.w-La.-.r--- : ,
I"f surrounding bodies of water." he ald. -.Lr."YrM uf .:- ,>l1lF Aitwfe
_...._.. .. ,.
Most thunderstorm take place -w --.a .. M ,_ il
noon when the earth1 surface I* -

" that after the) ran *site chance for a mtt'*
Fried Chicken there' not enough beat to carry the AHI APPLIANCES '
:lye/ Florida 'Tb weather expert says that a* ( J, ,Ole PdaEa :: : :

earth during the early part of the day .. On** Cm SpglgeRase 1IMwr'.. ,'
17 North Just Lenses Gemma Creek BrUg i .., _,. ,
Hwy. In column to form cloud*. Tbes 9 ikrM 'f 'rt*' JCV)
, ,f" In Green Core Spring 50.0CO feet.'The air U usually tilled ) U$1t '_ .. ..' " ''Hr '

from either the OuU of Mexico: or the. "' ,
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I THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, un May (Eimnty Crescent PAGE SCVDTI


M H C & Penney Farms Oraveslde EDNA BURKIIART services for Miss Mill Personnel Honored First Junior College :

Edna Burkhart were conducted

H Reporters MBS. HERBERT D. .. Phase 52MJl b y the Rev Bennett H. Curtis
Monday morning at 10 o'clockIn Insurance Program
MRS. MART STOREY The Rev. H. F. Robbins from Shepard stated that her sister the MHC cemetery. .
I absence of Mn. Herbert D. Oakdale Mass, was the guest Miss Eva Shepard was able, Edna Florence Burkhart who I j
I rn on Tacatlon. Phone 5Z9- of his mother, Mrs. M. O. Robbins after they reached New York died in Louisville, da., on July I
2. for five days the week to make arrangements for passage 28, was born April 17, 1889 In Added At St. JohnsPALATKA

'he Rev. Charles Cole will of July 25. on the S. 8. Brueghel a Amsterdam, N. Y. She carne r i

| the" preacher Sunday at freighter, which sailed Wednesday of Ftench-Alsatlan ancestry ) (Special Flo I according to Fowler, Include: ,
Penney Memorial Church All friends of Mrs. Cora I July 28th. This trip takes She received her B A at Yank- I rida's first Junior College level 1. Providing students witha j

15 service.Mr. Lynn Sheldon Thompson who Is now In Punta I about two and a half weeks. ton College, attended the University I + e Insurance education program firm foundation In the theory Ii
assist In the service. Qorda are each requested to I' They are due to reach MataU.I' of Chicago and received -I sled' r c, N will be launched this and practical application of 1

send her a birthday card on the I' August 10 and Leopoldvllla!. her Masters Degree at fall at the St. Johns River Jun- basic Insurance principles; '

the Friday morning Interces- occasion of her 100th birthday around the 15th. the University of Wisconsin ,.., 1'P 1, for College, 2. Providing necessary back
prayer meeting will be at on August 20. Send It % Dr. I She became a teacher and r eeK Officials of the two-year ground to pnvare the student
The August 8th leader mill A. C. Thompson, P. O. Box !I Dr. Natalie Shepard has at one,time served In the Y.M. j school said the program will for Job entry Into the Florida
the Rev. B. H. Curtis. 338. Punta Oorda, Fla. been In Pike, New York where J.A. She was head of the Eng- lead to an Aaeaclate-ln-ScIencedegree Insurance Industry;
-' Dr. and Mrs. Thompson are. the Interment services for her llsh Department at Wausau to "prepare young pea 3. Instilling a professional
ach Sunday evening at 7ck having open house from 3., mother were conducted last High School before coming to ple for the job entry Into the outlook toward the Insurance
In the Quadrangle o'clock on her birthday. The week. She expressed her deep MHC. expanding insurance Industry Industry and its role In the
go the Rev. Dr. A. David family requests no gifts, but gratitude for the kindness of Miss Burkhart came with her In Florida". welfare of the nation In students
eler. Jr., conducts then cards will be sincerely appre their many friends and the sister, Miss Edith Burkhart. to The Green Cove Spring Yarn Co. last week was the who participate
singing and opening de- cia ted.. knowledge of how loved her iHC Community In April, 1958 scene of four "appreciation dinner*" for employee In r.coj.nltlon State Treasurer Insurance It was also disclosed that a [
mother was In her chosen com She served on many committees of the progress made by the mill sine It went Into Commissioner Broward Will. special advisory committee of .
Allowing this service last I The final meeting of the munity. Dr. Shepard Is now In and as an officer In various operation two year ago. Shown Above at the first of the lame praising the Initiative outstanding Insurance Industry

ay Miss Addis Robbins 1 summer mission -study class :Bangor, Me. organisations. She Is survivedby four dinners, employes line up for a fred that left most of begin which the I led college program officials said to It Officials will counsel college

ed slides explaining her was held last week with 39 two sister, Miss Edith at them ready for more officials on activities InvolvedIn
with children and young I members In attendance Miss Last Thursday brought to Penney E Farms and Mrs. Olive marks "an Important step the Insurance education
forward In our overall pr'sto
kn In India, where she has I Edith McDowell led the especially conclusion the six-week vacation Busse at LaCrosse Wise, and program
|a missionary for 35 years. Inspiring devotional pert. Bible school for the Negro 10 nephew Kenneth Busse of bring more Insurance offices com to Registration for the program
} spending the first month 1 od., She then Introduced the children of the New Hope and Onolasky, Wise. pang regional home will be open August 18-37 with
f ,ear', furlough with her speaker Miss Addis Robbins Pierce Station community: Years previous to her residence classes beginning August 30.
Mrs. M. O. Robbins. I of India who gave a very Interesting Mrs. Ida Ferguson began the here, her father the Rev. St. Johns River Junior College Late registrations will be ae
(she leaves here she will talk on her work classes with three weeks of Burkhart and her stepmother serves Clay, Putnam and cepted until September 2,
It. Vernon, Indiana, to I with the needy children and speech correction. When ,helen had been members of MHC. St. Johns counties, along with Fowler said.
I MHC the work was continued others that are near enough Invol.YIII
sister. Miss Robbins young women of India. four-way program
Ire another term of five I I three more weeks In longs In the hills of Georgiato U permit a large percentageof general lines agents and
India. A letter from Dr. Natalie I the New Hope Baptist Church spend a week or two at Camp students to travel to and solicitors, life agents and soil
under the auspices of the Inter. Olysson where the Ouptlll from classes dally cltoni, administrative assistantsIn
racial committee of The Good have a summer cottage a Harmon Fowler, Director of clerical work and claims
LESS INTERESTR Citizenship League., Technical Education at the adjusters will be offered, each

Those who helped days with The Rev and Mrs. Frederick College, said the Insurance education leading to credit toward the
the teaching were: Mr. and curricula will
CAPITAL Andres returned home last prepare Associate-in-Sclence! god
Mrs. R. I.' Bmalley, MesdamesT. week, from New York City. Mr students for casualty, fire St. Johns River Junior College
H. Runyan, Mabel lit.! health multiple Insurance
OVEMENTS : Andres met Mrs. Andrea there or has been In operation as
R. 0 Swlgart J. M. which "will be <
Springer training a public Institution since 1958
when she returned from her
H A MONEYSAVING- M. A. Ounther R. W. Storey' trip to Germany. In Mannheim vitally needed u more Insurance and Is Jointly supported by the '
Miss C. Maude Syvret and Mr.' move their
and Cologne she visited a sist companies State and the three countiesthat
Watklns. E. C. Rawb. one of the chefs and waiter at the dinner, home offices into the State", provide Its basic attendance
.r and members of her family,
t Of the 20 pupils enrolled, the faces front and center a* the trenchermen fall le. Green Objective: of the program ,
PCA LOANup Back In the States she and Mr
school maintained an average Tove'i plant recently won a "Top Quality" award In a com
Andres visited one daughter In
attendance of II pupils dally. panjwlde contest
to New Jersey and another In New
Seven of the children were York .before returning to MUG 1 Dogs Are For Everyone
ears to repay taken under the leadership of
it Mrs. Jimmle Lee Thomas, a
The Rev and Mrs. J. A.
pan the true timpU 6*. councilor: to the Women's Missionary
ef a PCX loan with Union Camp at St. Augustine Swetnam returned last week i \ M
the cost of ether for a week's trainingIn from Vancouver Wash., where
boy capital Improvements they Visited their! SOB, the Rev.
Bible study This
UDleU you've financed them as group Herbert Swetnam pastor of aley "
was active members In the a
[cheaply u possible. FOB LOW. the Crescent Baptist Church.
I COST PCA PROOF, 8KBFredacttesi : Garden and Home Improvement .
program during the put .
Creatt spring! months. Ray You Road It in

Auadattu. -
Nf Edgeweed J\vswi ft.JeeksMvtDe The Rev and Mrs. R. 8. Oup- SUBSCRIDK; NOW I

Wale. Street PaMto till and'Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. THE CRESCENT
Tot KA MMS Tot IT 4-1MI Bmafley left Monday for Dah-


Too many eooas? Look who they are Left to right) DOM
gla. Black personnel. inanageri. Walter Kelly olflee man

agent, Lloyd Todd, saswrvberi. Daniel 8. Shaw, upertnten Trying to find a personable pup? The matter deserves a goat
dent whe has jtut bees transferred to the dUl.lon's Hill' d.alo time and thought Older people will usually want a quieter,
Printing more complacent d qr.-one that will be content with a seJata
went plead Robert Terry plant overseer! sad E. C. KawU,
walk er a quiet gems In the park, not yeppy, yet alert and watch
plant maintenance maaagrr, fug The mailer' breeds are more desirable .because they fit into
"- w an apartment. or small spar better and don't demand much
artlII". hlldren will want a more rugged, spirited dor-one
FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE that will romp and play with them. Remembers a pedigree duesn
guarantee your pup will be perfect but It doe assure you that
your do* will be like IU parent. A sisal breed I I. never a sure
a CAlL THE CRESCENT AND LET thin*. Ilu breed trosse. fan and do produce enjoyable com.ranlon .
*. Vt nether largo or small, riiaU or female, select the dog
DILL IIEADSLETTER HEADS for your personality and you'll have a flne pet For a free bookleton
the sash :I t, 'fl.lectln the Right lug,* writ) to the I'urlaa
.' I US SERVE YOUR NEEDS let tare Center, Checkerboard Square; St. Louie, Div. .





and we could. go on and on with what type of printing wo


can product at our plant . besides your newspaper. At

Let ns help you with your printing. problems . our The Church of Your Choice

I skill are at your service . and you will find that our

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prices are quite reasonable.


w::, Ie,.' Wo would be pleased to be of help to you'in bringing attention .

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t 'I fessional stationery . done aa yon would like It.


farther information call Green Core Springs 284-316.

1 I IIw' Ir Green Cove Springs Yam Company





( ((Ereseeut!


By HUGH SMITH As A Matter Of Fact
the Far East and I wound u p

"Its in San Francisco just as th
Japs hit Pearl Harbor.

The story goes that the old -r
s "Pigeon" was caught between Retail sales In the county In June rose a whopping 44.7

Hong Kong and Manila and the per cent, to $2.25 million, according to the Florida Retail'

4A only place she had to go was Federation
Corregedor.The The percentage Increase was fifth highest In the State

rest of the story goes and more than four times the Statewide average ,(93 per w rwfiY E" a M,
that Dougout Doug left the
June, 196, sales at million.
Hunky in charge of the rock were put $166 ;
and hauled buggy for The Federation's figures are based on information pro

If-' .., ,< !d. ... on one of the expendlble vided by J. Ed'' Sttaughn, director of the State Revenue ',

A..."" splinters under the commandof Commission, ,Y "J. ,+';..1
HIGH SMITH: a personality called "Buck. "

ley." One person was killed and 47 Injured fn motor vehicle i) "
Some twenty-eight years ago, During the last days of Cor- .., -
accidents In the first four months of 1965, according to the .
I was stationed aboard an old regedor Bellyache sneaked out State Dept .f Public Safety.Of '!> ""t.f\.," .....,.
bucket of bolts called the of the fort under
Pigeon of
cover night -
a total of 93 accidents
counted 71'are classified
which was attached to and dug himself a foxhole, (old "rural The Baked Corned Beefwich is made to order for summertime eating
and 22 "urban"
as .
puked with a world of good flaw it's
Satisfy lS yet light, easy to
the submarine squadron In shipmates tell me), He then A make and provides! s welcome change from the usual
China for the purpose of sal. loaded himself with and Sluing sandwich In appearance u u unusual and tempting. And it has
vase! and diver training rifles and a machine grenades'l' The Jack evlile chambers of commerce the added advantage of being made from ingredients the clever cook

The "Chief" of the Pigeon I waited for the dawn are both working hard to persuade the Atomic Energy keeps on hand for easy and. quick warm-weather cooking.
sandwich is all in-one treat tender quick bread and moist
The ,
was a Polock which the crew They found him next morning .' Commission to put the $28ff million atom masher Into What b i a tiger? baked an together. The bread is made with biscuit mix
hearty filing are ;
called Bellyache, who stood with his head bashed In by Camp Blandlng, A shy, gentle and persistent animal. Docs this sound strange? I the filling combine canned corned beef with cheese spread a juicy

Elx-thiee, weighed in at maybes rifle butts and his body cut to The Clay County Chamber has take no action on the It's true. '_' tomato and s bit of onion. Sesame seeds In t baked-on glut ad
two-twenty and wore his shirt shred by bayonets. matter because, according to the president, location of the This summary of the nature successfully) he walks awaymoaning glamour tomb. It may be served hot or cold, cut in squares for lunch
,of beautiful and in slices for snack time Good indoors or out \it s a
a mysterious, IOfl y. eon or supper or
unhooked all the to his From fabulous facility is "a preordained mattt,"
right to the
way up edge fascinating animal comes from a The tiger also possesses peat dash to keep in mind especially for picnics and casual dining on
belly button. of his foxhole to fifty yards The Atomic Energy Commission announced late ]last man who has spent a year in courage, strength and dimity the patlo.
Bellyache's real hat was Dan away, dead Japs littered the week it bas narrowed the possible sites down to "about India observing tigers closely So I These are the characteristics we The/ clever cook mentioned above keeps canned corned beef on hand
.c; Obelklvltch and like all hunk. slope who had died with "Banzl" 30" in number. Juit when the final ]list will be picked and closely, m fact, that be once accept and they too, are true. In two places for summer enjoyment: on the pantry shelf and in the
with refrigerator.' U" hillrd, the meat is readily flaked Into the small chunks
locked eyes a tiger at a distance How do we know this? Becauseone
2 les he had a big mouth, a 44- on their lips and Belly- submitted to the National Academy of Science fa not of three feet! Nothing hap. careful, trained observer, that mix to nicely with other ingredients for spreads, casseroles and
!. inch chest and hands like two ache's bullets in their guts known pened, nothing at all. George Schaller of Johns Hop* penalties iuih u the Baked Corned Betfwi h. When( chilled, the meat
4 anvils Perhaps the death of the .. A tigers life Is spent In a kins University shares with us in comes out of the can in a firm loaf that can be cut into perfect slices
We called the Polock Belly Hunky strengthened no earthy quest for food.Though his speedis Life Magazine the results of his cubes or divers that add goodness and attraction to cold plates, salads. ,
The Job Corps has advised the Starke-Bradford County great it is also limited. His year's patient watch over the sandwiches and a wide .variety of plain and fancy dishe
: ache because he was never satisfied good, weakened no evil,
Development Authority It Is not ready at this. time to puta linking power comes in surprising tiger I I. the forests of Kanbs BAKED CORNED BEEFWICH
with anything we did roved nothing, taught nothing' Its victim and in for Park. What he
I training center into Camp rushing has learned may 1 can (12 ot.) corned beef, 2 tablespoons minced colon
o When we goofed, we had rather With one exception Without Blanding the kill. He is easily outdistanced. upset your preconceived notices undulled 2 cups biscuit mint '
have faced keelhauling or guys like Bellyache, the Beatle Whether this decision b In any way connected white the sad when he stalks a victim M-. -but yeas wit be spellbound! hop jar paiteuriicd process 3/4 cup milk I
court martial than his wrath. brained generation of today remote possibility that Branding may be on tile list of 30 sharp iheetc spread i' Sesame seeds
sites now being; considered for the atom smasher could not I medium tomato,diced Milk, or 1 slightly beaten
Once I the bad mouthon with their
put girls' haircuts, their
be ascertained this week by The Crescent. egg white ,.
the Polock and nursed a taste for Filet Mignon, four In I I with fork. Add cheese and
Flake corned beef spread, tomato onion
Blandlng does not offer a number of the prerequisites Use ot the Word "Wine""In ;
fat lip for two weeks when he the floor and the fifth under mix well. Combine biscuit mix with 3/4 cup milk: mix welL Spread
slapped me all the way across the seat'would be eating white named by the Atomic Energy Commission: proximity' ta .. half in bottom of greased S s 1 s J.i inch pan. (Use back of spoon/

the fantail, through a set of'H' rice from the lip of a round high level scientific university: adequate housing for high the original] languages Cana", John 2: 1-10 where dipped in water or milk for easier spreading) Spread corned beef
level scientists and a vast and even flow of electric power. mixture over dough, Spread/! remaining dough O'tr corned beef filling.
bltts and over the side bowl squatting between the' there are 13 different words "Christ turned water into Brush lop of dough with additional milk or slightly 'beaten egg white i
From that day on, all the hafts of a ricksha. that are translated'wins', cither wine", and we know it was for glossy top; sprinkle. generously with suttee aeeos. Bake In 375 f.

flunky had to say was "Jump! There are many things in Burlington Industries, Inc, late last week, reported net. fermented or unfermented,: sweet grape juice, for Christ oven about JO minutes, or until top is browned. Let stand about 10

and the only answer I gave this world worth living for sales totaling more than 1323 million for the 3-month period and .there were at least ( always used his power to aid into minutes I *before 2'/r"Hh cutting.dice Serve Makes hot 9, cut squares into,square bout ,24 or slices serve cold cut,

was "How farT" There are few in this world ended July 3, up from $301 mlllloi, In tlm 1964 pttlod ancient historians, among 'liht.1 People. The second Bible reference -

'r- Well, as time jwent by, Uncle worth dying for. Net earnings were more than 116 million; more than 14 Aristotle, Josephus and often distorted is "The
Sugar transferred me out of This country is one of them.i million above those In the 1964 quarter who state there were at least Last Supper"', given In Mat

Earnings for the quarter'were equal to 66 cents a share: five processes used at that time thew, Mark, and Luke, and the

after the foM l split effective last week, up from 50 centsa for preserving fruit and fruit word wine is not used at all.] Dn Pool's1a.r.IDna

share adjusted In the year earlier period Juices: cold, heat, boiling, It la "The Cup" or the "Fruitof
chemicals sulphur) and these the Vine" and the third often .
The board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of COIN LUNDIT
25 cents a share on the new stock, a rise, of 25 ptr cent.from men prove that unfermented I distorted reference is "StPaul's .
SEE YOU AT earlier quarterly payment drinks were in common use and Advice to Timothy": FatsMtt* A Hetwton. Often CeveOlen
Burlington's net for the month period ended July :3 called "The Best Wines ?Drtnk no longer water" (only) 14 Item )Every DNrflkeOs.d11

were $50,5 million, compared to $34,8 million In the first. There are three Bible references but mix grape juice with your >. ........

nine months of 1964 Per share earnings for the nine months Unit are often distorted, drinking "water. especially when Dertla Resist Ste ll-Lk Starf Uafel SI.

were $205 compared to $144 a share la lOM.Paik ., namely: "The Wedding at you are ill" Half Dm !$

Echie's MlUItllRRUIilltRllltttllllfltlltlUlllW 1ll111lll1lnnmwn1llllU1MIUI1I1111U1UU1IW1t1D1t11W111111U11!! ETEBTBODT WELCOMIt

.' -of-the-Palms, at Keystone, will present, 'The Continentals -
," a touting musical organization of 24 singers and '
John's Radio & TV
22 Instrumentalist In a sacred conceit at. 7:30: o'clock

Saturday evening ,
IN The program will Include concert choir selections, spirituals UCA -: :- ZHXITII: MADAM BESSIEShe

a dramatic banner of the cross presentation, sing along
choruses, hymns, gospt.1 songs! orchestral settings and soloists will read your entire life past,
e -
ORANGEDALEWhere present and future. She asks no questions .
"The Continentals" are made up of youth ranging in. Sen we On All/ MaKrs it ModtlsgBRVINU
but will\ tell you what you want to
nge from 16 to 20 who have become known thousands!! of CL.AT COUNTY OVER t* TEARS
-e-e- know, giving date and facts: of business,
homes across the United States and Europe through their
tours and word albums, Sing A Happy Bong, Sing A Bong :24! West Walnut Street Jrocn Cove Springs love, health and family affairs. Will

Along and Life It A Symphony. riiono) 2-t.-:n 22 help you find lost art. TELL you whom
you will marry: and When. If the one you
love Is true, what part of the country U
) The Best People Meit "Production Credit associations In Florida, Georgia, luckiest for you, and what to do to be
1 '"
North Carolina and South Carolina provide approximately .\\f,':, f" successful Will reunite the separated
r rI 50 per cent of the short and Intermediate-term farm credit locate absent friends and relatives, and
raid by Institutional lenders In the four states," accordingto NewKELVINATORv cause: happiness between man and wife.
I S, D Saunders, director of the Northeast Production Makes up lover quarrels Tells, If sickness or bad luck U

Credit Association. "" natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck.: Does not tell

\. Saunders, who has just returned from Anhevllle, N C.where . ; Automatic"t Washer to please you but will tell the truth one visit will repay
he attended the annual conference of production .
sea you for disappointments In all others t not only read your'
r !, i credit association directors and general managers said "J i' L.with life like an open book, but I also help you out of your'
"R<'ports at the conference Indicated the latest figure show '" I TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, why

PCAs In Florida. provide 55 per cent South Carolina \ everything seems to go wrong. WHY be sad and down
"d 57171. North Carolina 46.1% and Georgia 433: % of 8r ,
ri hearted, sick and worried when you can be helped and
: the non-real estate agricultural credit held by Institutional everything made clear: by consulting: THIS OIFTED

lenders' : MEDIUM! Everybody welcome NO MAIL ANSWERED.
"The Northeast association made loans totaling $6, OO- : ,
I make no house calls. Dont mistake the address, MADAM
000,00 In 1964 In Putnam, Flagler, St. Johns, Duval. Nassau. "
h' Ide. BESSIE 1s located north of Callahan on Hwy. 301 one.
f Clay and Baker counties," Mr. Saunders added. ? : half mile from City of CALLAHAN. Phone $70-J3SO.

ji ()' I It
,:'J4p+N E Klopman Mills Inc.. a division of Burlington Industries, I Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL

Inc., will construct a spinning and weaving plant at Denton 1ifPt ,, ".':,' I Y", Open dally I ajn. to 10 pm. including Sunday

Davidson County, N. C. . j I" ...... THIS CLIPPING GIVES TOO A f J KCADINO FOR f 1
\ Initial employment at the plant will be about 350 Persons : '.'.* *3.<:V; V:*. *," :jf' ....,,... *. ---

with an annual: payroll of approximately $1 ti million, ," .\. '.. .''''' ,', ,' ,,, f ONLY
The Denton plant, when equipped and In full production, '; ::1. -

will represent an Investment of approximately $7 million, 4 t 1 ; r $4.00

NOW OPEN The plant will be constructed with provision for future er-

. panslon. to Fer \,Mil COTNEY


4:30: TO 10 P.M.MON. FBI Farmers In this area are reminded that children under J WsteTetaperataes TIRE

It years of age are permitted to work on farms only outside
> school hours, under federal law. ii C 11.. yeroe I'' 'i SERVICE

,t; NOON TO 9:30: -- SATs, SUN., HOLIDAYS This word came from C. Truman Loeee, field office supervisor $In
of the Jacksonville office of the Wage and Hour IJRt FINre
Ok*. rat a Klq Jaelee.vme
1; Fried Chicken Fried Oysters! and Public Contracts Divisions U. S Department of Labor. I "lsgk.
\i: He said the Fair Labor Standards Act prohibits minors ...... n t-aen w n .....1
Fried Shrimp Fillet of Flounder under 16 from working In agriculture during school hours tIc
for the school district where they live while working This 1 I ,
': I with Slav, Flench Fries and Rolls applies to children of migratory workers as well as local "tcrII .
children Nt 0... ."SM

: : TOG 0 II h .. W.., Out

, sTeeCaar.abe
i iii
Florida U a breeding ground for thunderstorms -

averaging more of them per day than any other state In Free Ue ........ U UM LASGHTt
Phono 284 9224 ,
state climatoloflst h i x ..
the nation, according to Keith Button --
with Florida's Agricultural Experiment Stations. i n == Distributor Miller Tires Autolitc Batteries

"ThU Is largely due to moist winds sweeping In off the / a.Ilr-M--.. w
f CHANEY'SFlorida surrounding bodies of water. he said >-!. ---*JIMMM M Wt-CAPPINO .;. RXTRZADOfO:

Most thunderstorms take place] during summer afternoons -n.r --wN RCPAnUNdORAXOE

when the earth's surface Is warm. Button explains
and in _
that after the sun sets, chances for a storm are less since
Fried Chicken there's not ellO1I1IIMt to carry the air upwards. ABC-TV AND APPLIANCES PARK

The weather expert says that as the sun heats up the

earth during the early part of the day hot moist air rites IS* UkvU Avow Oreea c... .Pi.ls1'Ies Sinclair Station Road Service
w; Hwy. IT North Just Aerees Gewernor Creek Bridge in columns to form clouds. These can often be seen at .

la Green Con Springe 50,000 feet. The air Is usually filled with moisture "drawn U -1311 1M O. a. Highway If ..... ff|.affl

from either the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic"




I THURSDAY. AUGUST 5, 1985 Oltoy County Crescent! PAGES

I M H C 6- Penney Farms EDNA BURKIURTOrtveslde services for Miss Mill Personnel Honored First Junior College

Edna Burkhart were conductedby

Reporters MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS. Pesos SZM1SI the Rev Bennett H. Curtis
Monday morning at 10 o'clockIn .T1 ,Insurance Program
MRS MARY STOREY The Rev. H. F. Robbins from Shepard stated that her sister, the MHC cemetery.: ,
[absence of 1\1tI. Herbert D. Oakdale Mass., was the guestof I Miss Eva Shepard was able, Edna Florence Burkhart who of
\\rn on vacation. Phone {{9.h. his mother Mrs. M. O. Bobbins after they reached New Yorkto died in Louisville Oa. on July an r. ryd (
for five days the week I make arrangements for passage I 28, was born April 17 1889 in Added At St. JohnsPALATKA

I he Rev. Charles Cole will of July: 25. : on the S. 8. Brueghel a I Amsterdam N. y She came

| the preacher Sunday at frler--:;: ; freighter, which sailed Wednes of French-Aleatlsn\ ancestry: (Special\) Flo- according to Fowler, include:
Penney Memorial Church All Mrs. Cora day July: 28th. This trip takes She received her BA. at Yank. rida's first Junior College level 1. Providing students with
((5 service Mr. Lynn Sheldon Thompson who ts now in Punta about two and a half weeks. ton College, attended the University insurance education pro- a firm foundation in the theory
assist in the service. Gorda are each requested to I They are due to reach Matall, of Chicago and received gram will be launched this and practical application of
send her a birthday card on the I August 10 and Leopoldvllle her Masters Degree at all at the St. Johns River Junior basic Insurance principles:
[he Friday morning Interces- occasion of her 100th birthdayon around the 15th. the University: of Wisconsin. College 2. Providing necessary back
August 20. Send It % Dr.1 She became a teacher, and
prayer meeting will be at Officials of the two-year ground to pnvare the studentfor
The August 6th leader will A. C. Thompson, P. O. Box Dr. Natalie Shepard has at onetime served in the Y.M. school said the program will Job entry into the Florida
Ihe Rev. B. H. Curtis. 336. Punta Oorda Fla. been in Pike, New York where CA She was head of the English 1 lead to an As"oclat..ln-Bclence insurance Industry: ;
Dr. and Mrs. Thompson are the interment services for her Department at Wausau ts, ryt 3. Instilling a professional
degree to "prepare young people -
having open house from 3." mother were conducted last High School before coming to
|ch Sunday evening at 7 for the job entry Into the outlook toward the insurance
o'clock on her birthday. The week. She expressed her deep MHO +-e ,
ler. Jr., conducts then cards will be sincerely: appre-' their many friends and the, sister, Miss Edith Burkhart. to The Green Con Spring Yarn ('0. last week ws the dente who participate.
tinging and opening de. ciated. knowledge of how loved her MHC Community in April 1956. scene ef four "appreciation! dinner for employes In r.coi- State Treasurer Insurance It was also disclosed that a
na. I I mother was in her chosen com She served on many: committees nltlon of the progress made by the mill sine It went Into Commissioner Broward Will- special advisory committee of
(lowing this service last I The final meeting of the munity. Dr. Shepard is now in and ss an officer in various operation two years a.". Shown above at the first of the tams, praising the initiative outstanding Insurance Industry
ay Miss Addis Bobbins summer mission study: class Bangor, Me. organizations She is survivedby four dinner, employes line up for a feed that left. most ef which led college officials said to It Officials will counsel college
|ed tildes explaining her was held last week with 39 two sisters Miss Edith at them ready for more begin the program officials on activities Involvedin
I with children and youngn members in attendance. Miss Last Thursday brought to Penney Farms" and Mrs. Olive marks "an important step. the insurance education
| In India where the has Edith McDowell led the especially conclusion the slx-week vacation Bun at Lacrosse, Wise., anda forward in our overall proto program
missionary: for 35 :years : inspiring devotional peri Bible school for the Negro' nephew Kenneth Sure of bring more Insurance com-toriorlda" Registration for the program
i spending the first month od., She then introduced the children of the New Hope and Onolasky Wise. pany regional home offices will be open August 16-27 with
:y ar's furlough with her speaker Miss Addis Robbins Pierce Station community: Years previous to her residence classes beginning August 30.
Mrs M. O. Robbins of India who gave a very interesting Mrs Ida Ferguson began the here her father the Rev. St. Johns River Junior Col- Late registrations will be ae
[the leaves here the will talk on her work classes with three weeks of Burkhart and her stepmotherhad legs serve Day, Putnam and espied until September 2,
It. Vernon Indiana to with the needy children and speech correction. When she been members of MHC. St. Johns counties along with Fowler said.
slater Miss Bobbins :young women of India.A left MHO the work was continued others that are near enough A four-way program involving -
e another term of five three more weeks in longs In the hills of Georgia te permit a large percentageof general lines agents and
from Natalie the New Hope Baptist Church students to travel to and life and solicitors -
India letter Dr. to spend a week or two at Camp solicitors, agents
under the auspices of the Interracial from classes dally, !! administrative assistantsin
Olysson\: where the Ouptills
committee of The Good haY a summer cottage. Harmon Fowler, Director of clerical work and claims
LESS INTEREST Citizenship League. Technical Education at the adjusters will be offered each

Those who helped\ days with The Rev and Mrs. Frederick College, said the insurance education leading ,to credit toward the
IR CAPITAL the teaching were: Mr. and Andres returned home last curricula will prepare A.aaaclat..III.8clene. goal.St. .
Mrs. R. L' Smalley: Mesdames week, from New York City: Mr. students for casualty fire Johns River Junior College
OVEMENTS T. H. Runyan: Mabel Crosby: Andrea met Mrs. Andrea there life, health or multiple Insurance has been In operation asa
R. Q Swlgart J. M. Springer, when she returned from her training which "will be public institution since 1968
H A MONEY- M. A. Gunther, R. W Storey, needed Insurance .
: trip to Germany: In Mannheim vitally as more and la jointly supported by the
Miss C. Maude Syvret and Mr. and Cologne she visited a sister companies move their State and the three counties
PCAALOAN Watkins and members of her family: E. C. Rawls, see of the cUtf and waiters at the dinners, home offices Into the State", that provide Its basic attendance
Of the 20 pupils enrolled, the Back In the States the and Mr. faces front and center ae the trenchermen fall lo. Green Objectives of the program .
school maintained an average Andres visited one daughter In Cove's plant recently won a "Top Quality" award In a company
attendance of 16 pupils dally wide contest
to New Jersey: and another In New -
up Seven of the children were York before returning to MHC .--- ...4:.., """", .I..JII' _n ._. ....4 Are For Everyone
r Dogs
fears to repay taken, under the leadership of
Mrs. Jlmmie Lee Thomas, a
4 The Rev and Mrs J. A.
pars the true simpl fo.Ml councilor to the Women's Missionary -
Swetnam returned hut week ,
.. of a PCA loan with Union Camp at St. Augustine
he cost of other loans. for a week's trainingin from Vancouver Wash, where ..
)o a" buy capital Improvements they Visited their son, the Rev I IZ
Bible study. This
[unless you've financed them as group I Herbert Swetnam, pastor 01
was active members In the
[cheaply as possible. FOR LOW. the Crescent Baptist Church
(COST PCA PROOF, SICFnelMtlei Garden and Home Improvement
program during the put
Oefit spring months. Ray You Readlt in r tt 1 I. 1 9 a } k h

AradaSse -Mf u-;' -C- The Rev., and Mrs. R. 8. Oup- SUBSCRIBE NOW!

Mate. Street PalattaT1. faeksMvflb till and'Mr. and Mrs Ray L. TILE CRESCENT
U I-IJII Tet KT 4-1MI Smalley left Monday for Dart- f

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Tee many eeeasT Leek who they .re. Left te rights Douglas .
Mack ,.,...... KuMfrrl Walter Kelly efflee managers *
Uoy4 Tedd, sipTrl! Daniel g. haw, .uprlnlrnVnt Trying to find a personable pup' The matter deserves a good
who baa Just keen Ir'm>ferr'e1 te the dlvl.lon's Hill- deal o?time and thought Older people will\ usually want a quieter,
crest plant Robert. Terry plink' evrneeri, ana R. C RawU, more complacent dntr-one that/ will be content with a sedate
Printing walk or a quiet game In the park, not vappy, yet alert anti watch
plant) maisUenanee manager f ul, The smaller, br.e an apartment or small. spec better mil don't demand! so much
activity. Children will wsnt a more raned, splriu.1 Jor-one
FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE that will romp situ! play with thse KemtrnUrt a pedigree doesn I
guarantee your will 1 "be perfect, but It does assure you thai
your dog. will bo ,like Its parents. A ml ed breed It never a sure
a CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET think. II lit'. breed. crosses can ant do produce enjoyable 10m.
nanluns.. W h.thr lane er small mal or female, select the Jo*
BILL IIEADSLETTER HEADS: for ) .r'n.llt and ou11 ha.. a line pet for a free hooklei 1 i
nn the auhjlt8.l] -tlnJ the Kljthl Dog. to the I'urlaa
r US SERVE YOUR NEEDS let tare Center, Chsckerboard; Square, 0X Louis, )1 l":.




and we could go on and on with what type of printing wo


can produce at our plant , besides your newspaper. At

Let oc help you with your printing problems . oar The Church of Your Choice

kills art at your wrrice . and you will find that our

.. This SundayThis

price are quite reasonable. ,

> ..

\V would be pleased to be of help to you in bringing attention .

to your bntlneM with the proper commercial or pro- rI r

5 e ,
feMional atatioaery . done as you would like It.


farther Information! call Green Core Spring 2S4-31G&

is sponsored by the

I I Green Cove Springs Yam Company





FACE EIGHT Clay (County! Crescent THURSDAY, AUGUST S. 18W


LEGAL NOTItB I.F.Gll. IVOTICBSOTim e LEGAL NOTICE LKGAL NU'fll'N BLANOIKO, NIXED .ItltwiltofR6' ) { . ..1..11111. 1 i
Of KH: .' "
110'\. AI'lMtKI\U 10 NH 1IKKLUY: :: : GIVEN, HIM FO1151'11 JUUUtLtlllllir : .01& TAX alEEU t in educational advantages thanan
m)>KH: OK AlltIUhEUFHOl'FH'1't : THAT J U A NIT A HUNKiIt Get Real Fine Gifts ;
the holder of the follow Inn CLAC tOl N'rtjV : 13 HEItKUy GIVE= in town hotel experience
Pursuant to HoUlon 11 of Chapter and hu filed aaldcertificate . l'lltstF1111' THAT 8. 11 T1LLINUHAUTla
tax itrtiriuat J\... o.lincWILLIAM the holder of the following could ever offer the trainees I
717, frlorldit statutes entitled for a tux deed to bulimuvd !
I WUbKri.: ;: HKATA tax ctrtmiate and. hat gllyd al3 for
"tlorlilit lilapOnUlon ot Unclaimed thereon The certificate J. > W
l'l'op..rtv.t'', nolli. number", and tear of Ixnuunce. W. tluiuK and UAUiiAltA W. rtlfh.ate. for a tax deed to belanuwl agree.
I Ie hereby given. that the Persons dcHcilmlon of Property. and the U&IU.U,; ; thereon. The certificate
lilted below a i>\n to IK the In/ which Boomed are .. t'luliitlff ntunbrrs and year of iMuant-n
owner or umlalmml. pomonulor ) {fallow \.' description of property and thu LEGAL AO'r1CEieo'rtrw Plaid f !
Jntanullili. "ru''I.tP"ulII"d' CYMHloBt No. 54 J. A. $ANUERlt:; <( abandoned. Year of Jmuanu July S, 1961 John A Manuere' ) and UhTl:: UWANDKUa : Of API'I.ICAIIO.NUH :
Account number. 4-0.167-00:4 Name; In which a..e....d: : (al'o known .* JU"tUefenda'nl CerllflPRte No. 59 S. TAX Uhfc.U
Apparent Owner.) : Cliaxe B). Dunne, haute ValorIteMripllon to hellyt Unnunc Jilv( 1003Nam NOTICE 18 HUUKliy: !: O1VKN
HK1) 2 lox 38. Ureen leKprlnitn. Part of Lot SUliitk In which aeueoee ; THAT JMJ.NALU M. WOULAiaI / BiBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBIBitl. .
Allen Aimtln .
Kin.Information 2M. North; !duburba.! boundon Aoricia 01.115' I the huldvr of ih. followlnii
] 1.lilotk .
of Lot
> Part
ooncernlnn the amount North bv E.I:; Albeit. lit TILE!: BTA'ihi OK t'LOltliJA-TO! eecrlpllonl: suburbs tax ivrtiriiat. and hat filed raid.
or dcmrlntlon of the Property Kant: by Major South by John. Hotly U Mandere, *Uu known SH In North Heed Uook Hi, arecorded certificate for a tax deed to bi
and the name nnd aildrem Con Vest bv Wa.IUh tonI.Hti, <', .e lielty Kelly > pace I..u.d thereon In* ertliuati.
44 lien-Ian' 8liVrtlflrate
of the holder. may be obtained aa recorded In Fred Hook II, un ryiaiua Street No. Ie number and year of laauanra.
hv allv riemnna. no..e...ln* an Voce "1 except part recorded dew UrlcHim. IxiuUlana Year cf Inuance July 1. IUS deecrlpllun of property and the BEEF SALE
Interest In the properly b>' nrttr In tired Hook It. pace 6S. YOU AUK: HhltKUV: : Nutllled that name In which a...e.ed art atCollowi
.ult hue been fund .Kalnot you Nome' In which aaeeued:
.Hpilnir an lnnulr\ t. flay K All of odd properly! beinv In a :
Ori'en. flute Comptroller n. Ad- the Cite of Ureen Cove Dprlnite I In the ."0.ntltl..11 caule and Willie Mae Freeman Certificate NCI. 6
rnlnlBtrator Abamloneil, Pn.nerUIiMalnn. Florida.I'nlem. I that you ate hereby required to 1'<'" rlptIon' fart of T.nt T. Year' of lueuanu July I, 1161
Capitol TnllHhione. aueh certificate ahall !I file pier answer with th. CI..rkI Block II. North Suburbs .. Nam In which ...*...d: 111 l
Florida He mire' to mention a>'- I he redeemed': according lo law, thl. Court. aid IC ecru. a.conylhrrenf reocrded In heed nook 48, pace 1'alm liroadiBntlnK Corporation ,AP lowers Beef price more than
count numlici., nam and nddre. the nromrt deacrlbed In such I I upon the plalntlff.I attornry 179.Certificate. ever to
nil mihllnhed) In thin notice. Vn- certificate Khali be poll to the \\ho.. name and addreu j:1I0mo1I I. (. 10 II,, a ; give you even creator savlngi during this Mr
Iran proof of i wnernhln In pre hluhcrt bidder at the City Hall laiH No. n 19, t. Kldurauu
aentod to the holder hOrlober door at 10::on A,M, on the (trot ..rwlcK AndenonP. Year of l,,unnoe July I, 1913 Heights, a* recorded In hoed! t/ Beef Sales Event Yon itt "Super-Right" QualItr -
25. IPR5!> the lironurtv' 'ill bv deIKerccl Tuimlav, after the first Monday: O. Boa ebbUreen Floridanot Name In which aeieniied: Hook II. liege inn Palmer Beef too, direct from our own Modern Meat
to the Admlnlntrntor In (he month of Heptemher! Cove Springs Donxella it. mevtme! Kerrl Trait
Thereafter all further claim which la the 7th day (f .Inter than Bei>l mber dtri ]>u.,'rll>lIon: NN: Quarter of LotS All of,..Id nrcDrrty being In Plant your assurance that you get what you
miiHt be directed. to the Admin- tier 1H03!. A. f> 1965. Block 30. North Suburb, the City of Ureen Cove Springs,
iHtrator HMen! gellner It you full to do 10. decree pro except port to WIlliam. Florida pay for the "Eat In the Meat". Every rut Is

Rev An E Administrator. Oreen Clerk Ureen of Cove the Sprlnun City of, 1'65'1 oanfcmio fur the will relief be entered demanded acalnetou In Certificate 1'1.' .. 14 .Vole..uch redeemed according certificate to. .law.h.1Ib. ,, Y ;r.1 "m'?;o.,. ''FLAm guaranteed to pleat or your money will be
-2li-2tonEO I-5.4IP the complaint. Year of I..uan. July t, 1943 the property denrrlbed In such a. ; cheerfully refunded. Ton Just cant beat that
The nuture of said suit beingfor Name In which amteiwed: certificate shall be old to thehlahent .MMWe.MMC.Ute> 1 SINK'SJ
: AP for finality satisfaction, and service
the foreeloaure o.f merteageeneumherhr I ,
Willie Hue Freeman bidder at the City Hall J O Own *
Photographs and Autographs the property Description! Lot 1. Clock: Q.Sh.nd. door at 10:00: AM, on the ftr.tTuesday 1 iBitaat -. Jae eM '
located In Clay County after the first MondayIn
ilnrlila. dfiirlbed aa follow.: PI.tAll [ Coupon (fH i AUK.. I
the month of September!: 1916. .
The .....t18\ feet of Lot 4. of said property\ being In which In the Tth day cf Heptem- FREEZER BEEF !
THERE'S NO BRIGHTER focal ri ir Block it Bran Cove Sprlnga. the City of Ureen Cove Bprlnm!: bee im\ NN."?. .p1.e.N
acrordln. to plat recorded In Florida. SBrn Zellner
point In i teenacer's room Plat Book 1, I. puhllo hall
pace Vnleii such certificate Clerk of the City of
than a bulletin board filled r; t record of Clay County Flo- be redeemed according to law, Green Cove Bprlniia, Florida AP will eat and wrap your Freezer Beef purchases
with photographs and fI p tJ I rida. the property deicrlbetl In such a-I.ul! '
i graphs of best friends. Did auto'r WITNESS my hand. and the certificate Ib. sold to the PLAID for your Freeter at no additional. charge."SuperRight" .
peal of old Court at Green Cove highest bidder at the City Ha<1 ..
collect the photos and S'gna-' \ Horlna-e "Florida thl. Ird day door at 10:00: A. M. on the flr.t SMoKE.V' SAYS: I ---- .ra STAYSPrar
turn of your school friends of Auirunt. 1965.COCKT Tuesday the flrat I Monday I l N..-D.ley C.lre* tear t7J( to JtS-Lb. Avg.)
before you began your summer ( SEAL) In the o" 'h"or' September 1016, I \HOLD MATt11ES\ TILL COLD I55II 14-m. Jar ,, TSw
vacation? If not, why not start Clerk nEOrTOB of Circuit U CARUSLB.Court bar which$U85.In the Tth day rf Beptem- I Ifli Wirf BREAK N) TWO I LupOnJX'd.r! !. Aug- I SIDES OF BEEF 116 LB. 49f
now? It's a fun vacation hobby, Clay County FlrrldaBvi Ben Zellner I 55II
) and what better way to start Trace L. Carlisle Green Cove Hnrlnm. Florida "Super-Eight" (UJ to 17.-Lb. Avg.)
iN your back-toschool days? r)> *uty Clerka.l.flcbw Clerk of the City of I

1 a.l.flo _I S HIND QUARTERS LB. 65

1 .e o r E I COMPLETEl.LKTTKUHKADS W $ "S.per-Right" ((1M to 1T5-Lb. Avg.)

T'sp Whip Tga.t, r-... /SW
7 aes
collection, Coupon rood thru AUK. I
way with your l Aw JAX 1.7.16.asaas.Nwese
dI the Wearever Pen people dt \1 fir "Super-Right" ((65 to ItO-Lb. Avg.)
have a special offer-free
1..7, Ink cartridge pen with the
l purchase of the giant value PLEASE! 25 EXTRA t
; card containing the free ONLY vby CAN pRgs1 p1t PLAID
@) pen and 12 Ink cartridges. WRIST FIRES w.. .w .. STAN/S "Sup.r-Rlght" (30( to 75-Lb. Avg.)
This $1.98 value costs only 1 .* race Nra.p!
$100. In addition, Wear- 3 *."rr WHOLE BEEF LOIN LB.
ever (Is offering en Amer ,.. e 15. .
T-Iir: : ican-made camera with 1 PLEASE.! Coupon Rood thru Aug-. Iea..n
one roll of black and :: "Super-Righl" (IS to 15-Lb. Avg.)

white price of film$ the special WHOLE BEEF RIB LB 13c
r THE CAMERA lakes not only 2. CAKUS ''T' ,
sharp black and white snaps' PIAIO
but also crisp full-color snap' I' ,.', I .,....._..!._-.... "Super-Rlfht" ((99 to 100-Lb. Avg.)

shots and beautiful full-color 3. HILLS mill l KKCPIH'TSS': Q 'par..lilnrkkvrrr. ,, SSv
? Jell U lr '
slides The cartridge pen pre ./ . D | WHOLE BEEF BOUND LB. 59p
tested so that It can't skip or 4 Coupon good thru Au I

blot, has a smooth writing: 4. FLYKIIS; !I.......JAX...Ie.ene..eoe.l-7.l
fountain pen point, yet does .
away with messy Ink bottles 1OIJLY rite "Saper-SJght" HeavyTeitera' BeefSTEAKS

because of Its cartridge refills 5. POSTERS PIAIC
-It's Ideal for note taking* ap ..
With both pen and camera rte CAN I a"u..w.weww. SGYPf

available for so little, every PaEva'4rKOREST U./I.Ls' Pan. _1'1.1... ...... Ik(
teenager can now enjoy collecting AVKDDIXtt( ANXOUXCEMENTS Coupon ..ond'lhr'l' Au. a :
friends' photographs: FIR.ESCLAY JAX 5.7-el
and autpgraphi. K s..--........-.

Boneless Fall CutROUND
M t:1TR.t: Plaid II....

SHOP MAYHUGH'S' GREAT WEEKEND I Milk. she (.rt'... .( Minute
SECOND BIG WEEK I ..... Parker M..p.1.l lTwlit. CUBED e

..-*.. .... 4S. Bone In

1 TIICATEIOreen aVe Ceee.s _.......'7. RIB
Core) Spring Your Choice LB.

18'IC m Monday thru Friday

Geiger's2FORT Boa Office Opens 1:45: TM. Jane Parker Regular or Sandwich Sliced Enriched

Features At 7 A 8 P.M. White Bread 2 ir 39c

Limit One Denture Powder '1.00 Sue Saturday and Sunday

Continuous from I P.M.
WEBNETS E9c So Fresh! So Dtllcloat! Jane Parker 'taeb or Dutch
4 6 t l

flair SprayHIDDEN Wed., Thnr. A Frl. Apple Pies l-Lb. IHM. 39c

Aug. 4. 5 A I.ICHAlO Each

1 MAGIC. $1.19
Unit llouae Instant Non-fat
SEASONAL "OMCta"' Cherry Star Sliced
H Ii.t\!IIahC t

1 Alarm ClocksMERIDIAN aUTONI.: DRY MILK 20 "" $1.25 PINEAPPLE4 I.LII.4.os. Can. 99

$1.19 o'toou I os: f\:+Y n Yukon Club Regular .r tow Calorie Oak Hill Yellow freest en*
t t I I I

j SALE Lipstick BEVERAGES 15". elM $1 PEACH HALVES . 2-49?

Sat. Aa,. 7
"BIKINI BEAT"Dana 79 AP Really Fresh 11-... Jar Ann Pace Grape Jam or
. . .
1 .ule ,InnhlxTal) s INSTANT COFFEE $1.09 GRAPE JELLY 2', JAr 49

- 0 ?
Spray Cologne f 1.00 Slie L iwuOSWORlD

AMBUSH $2.19Vitamin .COlOR
Fresh Produce


"C" 50 Mf. 100 for and \Vetlem'Jumbo Vine"Ripened R'ralru Wlnaap

,1 1 CANTALOUPES 3 $1.00 APPLES IB. 19jS

Must t RO! Ami it generally does . wlll'lOdg'r' \ Large Vine RipenedAP U. 9. No. 1 Eastern Rend White

gives tho second item I".it1.111z : : / A t WORLD I I', Regular-Yd0 LILLY.S INSULIN l!eV80 1 1 TOMATOES LB,23f POTATOES LB.55f

. Select) (two garments\ from our raeks of ".19 4 DMgNITS1tULf11Ne11tRng1

r regular summer sportswear . }pay regular; A MEDICINE All Other V-40 >goVSO White Beauty ii. tp.
$1.91Limit /aar.eaSan / eLl ?T1 6 6 ,P1A99

price for )higher I priced garment and\ the other IN ONE I Two SHORTENING I ------- ;, I II

ono is F-R-K-Kt}: ): l WalgreenMILK 1-Lb en I" T II1I .sv ar ..1..LIFo... 'ralNOOL .

1( STORE.I . Man, Toes. I MM. seed eon ..... .
OF MAG. ,Aug. 5. .. !. '">< -n-esx ......
"SKI PARTY" CO UP 0 N I L.1Io4 =...

OUR LADIES'SUMMER Plsi',, 3 39 Starring Frankie Avalon LAWN SET

.Y SHOES & SANDALS "IIORA SOMNI" .... I Chaise Lass starike Lash
r These Word Appear On Limit Two I Chain STENOGRAPHER BOOK 23tnUl
6 6
"P Your r
t . Are on sale the same way . Tho second drugglst DEE/FONDA
. your : must starn. Gel
pair is F-R-E-E know that they mean h t laSS-.m ....

. LOOSE LEAF BIN O'ER' 61Ieataat
it" a .t bedtime" mint : 6 t 6 9

give you your doctor's TAMMY ,nit.'11-
exact direction to maln- '2.11 SIZE $2 19 ... ltartilo

1 II' THAT'S AT .11Geiger's ,tale the high standard DOCTOR NFat FIUER PAPER 150 IHEETI 39.4
you demand. Limit One 6
I a WIWe. Day XI1&
F I! The WUreen Agency II-Qt.. Bee 7k

I u TW WriM*! II to August. dolt, forget

Wed., n., A Frt Mdfk
Mayhugh Drug Store 10 renew |wff ******* Bct11J -
Aa,. 11. It, II ...,a nr aI '
ZEBRA IN THE KITCHEN esw. eg }If. Oraac A.e.. Gnu Can Spri>n and

28'"W .t Walnut St. Green Cove Springs I PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Staffing Andy Jay Dn.North.. and F od Stores SIM Bwy. 17. Ormav'* Farkrrie

"' I PboDe SII-9S01 11 N. MamoHa .hi this A4 goad thru Sunday, A... S'I


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