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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 12, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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/' 't/ One ipoctorate> Tynes Salary Raised; Ronald Staton Killed II )




j!> COVE TheGREEN CHARTER Not Rur; .Enough'ere. of Oreen Cove, Compromise Clay HillNo I In One of Six Crashes 1 l t'I


who it now working on hi* secrjfio one on,the School Doard County paid the same company
of the was running for reelection: on 057) cents a halt pint more
; doctorate, was ont
(Third In a Series) Monday'and IU members luxurlatcd than half a cent more and
tD toP scholars at the University In th*.espousal of controversial year before last the price vas
Section' Cll' of the Green Cove City Charter ssys; ttf florid\ to be elected last cauaei. .0879 cents a half pint. Around The County n i iV

"'The City . may levy and collect a special tax annually, peek V) \Phf Kappa Phi nat. The ilngU lams-duck, A. E, And then, bucking the reIterated -

not to exceed: one mill upon all the taxable property in the I0MI" honorary scholastic fra. Anthony, mho as an employee recommendations of
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of Clay Electric Co-operativ, Tynei, the Board voted to Charles Ronald Staten, 33 yesr-old grandson of Mr end
to be asveued and collected as other municipal taxes
City tartuty, Incn are assessed and collected for the exclusive purpose of providing , halfheartedly with the an elementary school but to died last week as a result of a rub of accidents on the I'I'who

parks blaygroundi and recreational facilities forth order of business and succumbed : send Its junior high school students V County's highways
children of Uld city.The City Commission mar appoint'; to each of the two principal to the Orange Park High Staton died at St. Vincents I and collapied near th horn \ '
a RecreaUonal board to advise\ and recommend such recreational issues Sthool.Tynes. Hospital Jacksonville last I of Wilbur II. Kelsey three milts r

subjects and facilities as should be beneficial to Th Board faced the question had recommended .. Wednesday night after the car I north of Oran Cov. I ,
the City of Oreen Cove Springs: said Board to be composed of cxenlilnc: Its privilege! of closing the school to give all In which he was riding blewa On Saturday morning Mr*. \
of on City Cmml..loner and two cltlxens; said citizen. hiring IU new superintendent Its students the benefits of a Ur and went out of controlon Elisabeth Hunter, 60, of
members to treys without compensation.- Jew P.Tynes, Jr.. to the hlgh- larger school which would offer + Blandlng Boulevard eight I ddleburg driving south MIdl'l''"
While the one-fi111-for-recreatlon la not levied, it would tit paid public Job In the County such fancies as directed I miles l l north of Keystone Btandlng Boulevard suffered '
not produce much recreation. On the basis of current tax and did It: and the question athletics, Music Art etc The Heights minor Injuries when her car f'"
able assessment, it would produce $1,374 annually.Of of closing the Clay Hill sugar on Tynes' cake to the J IIN Angela Lucille Pound 18, was struck by one being driven ,
the City's 1985 operating budget of more than $720- e r+ ;+se7 School which has three teachers taxpayers) wu the saving of ..... also of Jacksonville the driver 'by a man Identified by pollc '
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000 (Including $83.000 for bond payments and expenditures and approximately 80 one teacher over and above of the car also died In the accident. as William W. Bishop, also .0. ,
on the Industrial park) approximately $$.000 will com from students and compromised. the cultural benefits which She was a daughter of of Mlddlrburg. Police said the
real estate taxes. Th balance of those taxes i $40,000 Deliberating an Interpretation would accrue to elementary Staton's secretary and had reodved accident occurred when Biihop
. has been going- Into amortization of the City's; bonded of two bills patted: in the students transferred to Orange her driver' license in driving north, attempted to ,
debt 'which Is just now paid off. The City government Is, recent session of the State lA',. Park. July Staton 3.year-old daughter make a left turn Into a print
In fact supported by more than $550X100 annually received rVrV1! la1.tun. the Board overrode a Out when push cam to 1.orl&lIllI'ho was with from sale of electric power and water garbage collection local bill raiting. Tynes' salary, shove, the Board laced a potentially + thorn, suffered minor cuts and I making an Improper left turn. '
fees and service connections. Clgarett taxes add another with thou of other fulltlme angry delegation of approximately bruises Later the same day Danny
$30,000 of menu: rentals at the Induitlat park another JVlRSCARbo County official, to 110,000 and 60 Clay Hill residents On Monday, Myron A. Larl- Phil Long 17, of Jacksonville
$43.400; licenses .permits and fines, $14,000; and miscellaneous /went alone with a general bill who said they regarded more, 47, of Jackioitvllle, diedat driving south on Klllwsy 17,
the balance. giving the several county boardsof their school at a focal point of the HAS hospital from In. skidded on wet pavement, slammed *
Publlo Instruction the their civic life and If their r. n. 8TA1ON juiles suffered July 30 In a Into a power' pole breakIng .

... "i1 *:*, '"\,''''''' .,, : salary Tyne became Art or Mu.lc, at least Doctors Inlet III'Ida*. His was spun around on the shoulderof
r .,./ '" :"' ',f beef fled his natlv Cub. the first County official to get they would be clew to homo the seventh accidental death the road. A friend Jerry
i'i Ctfr Castro seised '
: oofl powf 112,000 annually. Th* Increase and some parental control. Navy Honors In the County this year. Cokrr II. also of Jacksonville,
leis father, editor of a Slav.
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puts his pay In line with those James Wilkinson acting an Though State troopers dida was thrown from the tar and.urr.r.d
arty treweplper, bad been Jsll- Of the school superintendentsIn chief spokesman for the group :94.hour clampdown: on motorist shoulder InjuiUs, No
1 e< by t the| Castro government and Putnam said the Clay Hill school had
St. Johns Cole Gieger on Klllwsy 17 last Friday charges were biought.
for XrltiiH" "Imperialist pro. counties. produced Its share of valedictorians stopping several down On Sunday, Jame M. Lee

p'.Jlld' During the dlcuson! it was and scholars at the drivers and making 19 arrests, 33, of Oreen Cove, Suet control\ ,
sow a teacher<< In buval pointed out the assistant tuperlnUndent Orange Park High School. the carnage continued on of his csr on Klllwty 17 two
C n\t public school Perez and the flnanci I "With only three tnch..,.", through the .we k-nd. miles south pf Or..q Cove, 4 .
ay ttun to work In Jack- officer of the County .schoo I I he told th< Board "we carl I Thrx tart piled,Up onTtii*. .ar*.n\d'more"Iha' it-: 325 feet
,lOtef\1"!\ to 'cbc Q"" in Otht.ee'train ;; ..tem' ,.en"JI'C.tre..ooO,,:,bv.l'gualJtr*educa UOn'"lf seapal v Bliands'" Bridie Friday after* police said I and embed
h.tnaehe; [Ittrrtow-*MorttJv, r;"a school Dnu !I work' at /It." noon a* St. John. County deputies through two ftnces) off the
durlnc 1 'b' pMt II month has could receive as much as H,80(0 I Th Board voted to maintain sought the body of a road. lie war charged With
bees "riihtlflsrs" He 1i mar- and th*. lop Uachlnf salary I I the elementary grades St. Augustine deaf mute who unlawful speed.
tied t0 'fonn Perez who I7.6M. I '. on through six . at .,- apparently jumped off the The Staten tragedy on Wdnesday -
Ui (ht at Clay high for two Among a number of' ran-. Clay Hill, which \Is reputed to bridge and then, having second evening may have been

Th City MMt expensive recreational luxury I Is Its 6- yV* ,r 4 will Worn a teacher eats awarded at the meeting,. have the b.., achool cafeteriaIn . thoughts, swam shone (Continued On Page I)
hol. golf course, uNd by an estimated 74-100 person on in JltJao""IP-. jell > . CHutafMUk'a Dairy\ was awardedA I the County and to ship the ... .-. ....
anything like a rfular bails year-round. From Oct 1, IN4, to !p'on>. reacqualnud "with contract to provide milk al t: seventh and eighth graders. off1M
through July, operation Of the golf course cost the City hap Ittieb.e4. all the County school Incoming I to Orange Park Th Clay Hill .
$1M29 with gro*. reeeipta put at $12,737. City officials , AUf raiting a bachelor of session at .>511 e. nti s I delegation! Seemed satisfied Roads Sidewalks And
'and golfers . aar maintenance of the golf coon has been 1*** deices .t the Universityof a half pint Last year, the I with the verdict ,

kept to a minimum. Itafa r)a, the Sl-year-old
CUbll\ meet 0n to the University
Job Center Are
oj Lee Villas In central x Corps

Cube to get a master d gre* Mark Twain Didn't In-
f In rttraUO's. Its latest mastefi -

dr"ie. ranted at Oalneyrti Talked At CommissionIt

,, I, ID Modern Lsrguag' :
This Tom
a fi,))4 in which h* will reek, a vent Sawyer;
srcoiid doctoral . to bv The County's secondary roads doesn't answer the primal
. and aldiwalks, a Job Corp. question of when
cone x>D g protestorPkr aewimomy. .
*t bean front hit father He Likes School training center for women at la coming from. _

'U Hisll I* censored r Btandlng, more working room With Mrs, Smith1 rasessmillion J
m,flUi or ao. From fit nd* fur the County clerk, and the ; II million inert of her
very ou rjiroen
TwaU's Tom Sawyer ( catcher earlier
need
l Tm: urgent for a dUll estimate, something
who m*' fled Cub 1 mere r-
h knows that *conornii N. anwtr."Tom It could a* wU hard been Marine Colon" | Allen HOI-i and a dog pound; these wore must coffery111gh +
c nttf. *
Tom J.SJtebtlL! of Oren Ctive, has .been thfH
t ndtlo! 'hi Cuba how : gar matter the County Commission on" .ends of ncM -
> MUt N* anawcr, Fur though there are disparities awarded the tetlfln of Merit grappled with, tht week, .ltl... Is a dog pound and aperson
are very Mlhar. g*..* with that Ur.I the hero of Mark TwaIn' by the. Secretary of the Navy Unmentlonrd was the square to capture the stray
*tr', jerk everything besays'svtrythleg .*"MlrrT Te. TOM!" cUi.le and Tom Mitchell of Colonel Ocher I. the soil of dance or, more hopefully the and querulous muts. 'Oeorg*
that I I', but
N. a siower.A Oren Cove Spring, USA bear Mrs, Ray 1. fidget stately minuet UM Coimnl..!oi) Carlisle says there will' be a
On the br iki.n lUt! of rtcfaf:. al fetlllle ar the wtAttf"rt.the tKi Cuban with peopl'0 percent a- nt felly pulled h.r spectacles som surtllng slmllantUi. O""aral Wallaoo M. Orwr& I II dancing ./lth the Ouul'lt,'. pound com hell or high water. ) j
City' Poe i and '-.3ck bar From Or t through July, poolr. < the dews *.4 leaked ever both( Tom are glib and'per- Jr, M.rn* Corps Commandant tax Lessor, UmUo Smith to Hut who .u to pay the M.raid' ..
govtrnmentt
.: rts V:T 4 u"ct, while mstnUnance cost were put at gal fI.S Clstte. them skeet. Ib* re'm| Ib.n.bn suiv. restless. river bred and prrenld th mwHI at _.- a tune written by the eourt "?
> > order
among
,
0 *rt
.' r,... O\: the oth..r hnd. the swu-k bar ba taken InV sbt MJ th dteprwt'4 .
tat... She U m er river and as slmon pur Amen) M. meelsl( l In WanhDirUMi on I
.Jl. whelk operating cost were $11423.; a net Ions fort .." radar 1 Mrs "Smith of ttlUr.I" eight .IttI half Mte* of
.,j 1. < i t ri appfQximaUlf UOO City odtetab ray this prJIe.t. rwver leaked IbriMMh them can u collards and fat beet July 97.Th under court orders to re****** omliry/ roVI that' may b* *
lets can b* malice", Up by pool re*>i''i,,v. .. ":',n triext W afarr tW7 lied CUbi with fe r M small a thing; aa a bar, Tom MHrholl even lies an rltktioit *a mi4nrlng meal. at *ppro'lmaty! f+.o improved withIn the llf.tlm "
t cL.,,,. Addlti saUy, tit* dolphin pool >.-ul! d'u >ur, a brother they were hr elate pair, the aunt . J3&anor Stallion . tIM medal pralMXl Colonel OM. every Inch of Un County at a of a*'yon" now amurtd.
d;i'rial park .It said to haTtie,' awroxnus: :, 'y $1.))00opnt4 of Kit. f-t**> a Cuba Jodi. prid..4 b.r heart and were who bat bn known to lift per for "eneepttonoBy .nrltorlout "fair' market vaUw , that Four and a half' of them Involve
U. acme months sjaCeQttf towiht rlifn In the Urilmi u bttllt fee *it.. nee for service> her yoke when the young. man wwwluct fn the performaw I II a price the property world s Unfitly populated rod
1Ii..J *.") #vJ from' there some. she ,*.... have eves thr..ghat wu rot at th4 appoint- pi*'" Of outstanding SrrviM *' bring on the market today her|l Off Klllwey t 17 Into Sun Oar-
.... 't., ..r,' how r'VP IId linn and theft Mir sic tvIW Just a* at Ux appointed hour IfMul Military PvrMxinel" 1 Ito uniUHng p II'I....M in this d.*", din Tour Aiioth. r four laD \

: <1'1' n w welt Kb belie ,." ..*.. for Tom or Tommy Xfit,'h Ivtl, CUrenunt UtHrwh PirrOMll ,. are members of the County off State rtcvt :IOU at D"*.rd ,
It e f blndn, In dlgt*M, a ...*-. a4 111111; MM. iwtrWfetlr like Tom Rawyer, U a> 1.1'> h l>p.rtnu>nt, JI"adlaU41I1on. V Cummlxalon who Mild to bot r. to th* riverTwaorrowf, "
In I3,l whffl rtrf' brolh r- .ht still loved mevibfr at horn In a boat or In the 8, ),.rt... Of.p*." \eocfAMt\ and 'who" are wont U> .
to-law *u/f.r4 a minor heart tie rraltr I* beset wood a* b* II I fa his family's lie wa also. IsurfH for .N* disclaim any part" in th* re.. One ftf thtm caw; "Hall, w* t V'
dF attack: aid th Cmtro toTtnvmmt "nt.n. I Ur If I let bold *fyi home at /VliowfhJp! Park or "capable and dynamic Usd rhip" UIOIIm..nt.. may never get to It" *. *
.,iyy grit 1 30451 vtMi to thPrr in . .* hlrri rult' l In Use The "('han*>* your partners. Then the. CowmiMloq went I lon i
,yy I n 4 fir. / *. (wQy to com to rV>. Aunt PoD was hunting Mark Continued On Pete 41 recruiting of htflity qualified do-ee-d, call canes In when r ccf.,I a* f vo ing estab
rtd w. > P$1 him. They never officer and enlisted. personnel both .id*. begin ',
ntun\A Colon\ *! O.l,.r "ha served lit tale's attorney general" forlfaircUHh. en's lalnlng center at Camp L.,, '
Prr, Hf t that tnaalu to UM Ms present peat dice' \\9M. who holds that" where, Blending i"i ',. I
gerrro/tr of the 8oY1Ii Union Colonel! (llfer graduated a*..*.m.ni. rise, mllUges must Th cocrunUtlurirs were WH ff.
and ou'r Cpnununl power. from Clay High Sets" ) In In1 fall, Continued\ On Page 4) F
Cubs *?% f>o abet la I probably and following graduation from
the .cOnd bet equpe4\ army the Onlveniiy of Florida In .b
Is the fat.rt JI..t.phtte. KM wa CommlMlontd a second Milt )IUIU'r.u u .

Was taus. lie Ihfnka Ca tro lieutenant In the Marine ''A reader wmptag .f ..w and sew asennent.l. 1.., 1

can P yn h tweed out, ...... Corp OU V.. F-. '
IWreaUM This butldiag. sow a second bud yang ao sfhfnal Invat1ors."A lie I Ii married to th (onnr A u..uent Aew eaesl' A\
Sarah M. Dodd of BroukfWId
fumitvr' store wa. Originally butt M a school: gyainashna at the of -
t.S .pU'" Bay Center Conn rsWutM'. Int. $1)404 $ 17.000'1*
and subavquenUy u4 U an undirected hC rraUon eater.R ,
.'.fuD.t..0uJ4bAn
tow brings tb Ctf $M a month ....taI. City officials PiC.alh t CIcA th* "trfck. It .la too r . .AAausl.a The Orlger's .oldest son, U Florid Sep Corp. 11.100' 44.100'j' j

say It I It not good enough to b* used aa a nereaUooal center .... .ow" n1.. Charles fidget I* Merle, Ouatsf ton's Dairy for the City youantm' taw Over and abov what baa f ... ,4r;.; aviator es duty I aa th* Fir ts T J. Joining, Jr. residence, : ) jj,409 11400
Won l4A, "" f
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Their youngest ClUnn. II.
son.
tb City this summer bas paid
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reereauow
for .
ban Bu N. L. KiMfctik (r* l4 M*> 1.504 IS.GOO v
hrqIIJt OM regret; mid with hi alArttneiton '.
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Ramsey to art a* director\ of tb* parent
salary of $<*> to Jtaeae !
a 8. t). Saunders
IOCS realdenee) l
now In It* lw wk of opoonUoe at the Industrial b* a.Ap ig digs. KM roan rLAltadst ,r ,100 ,600V'I" V
day camp b ,.. 1MtrMd 'uM W O Odum resUUnc) U 004LMM
park. Aa avenge of 40 )ow 1't. rs bav paid $2 ft ***k to daaabtw' aft presentation 30.000
atUmd tb ramp which b at tint tasbuata. Tb total ot to PP ak totdYh nor vdcklytbaab ceremony Wef* ttb Colon.) Smith cr..w.IICe' l.loo 13400 t I

of reauatloo: spprosimatel7 311000 s ,..., ...or the eddvelest 'Are .ash.. I. i1e.Ie1"Aerwas IIIOtJwr aM an aunt Mr. A .Luther Wtlaoilesldenc( 4JOO 40ft' :
of six aaQl o. turrvt taxable aseameats. .,... JC'" Picks It ...- "Stet t..y. i o. Ibaada. .:cry .l.
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PAGE TWO r OTtoy Cdounty Crescent THURSDAY AUGUST_II, 1905




I Stop The Killing, Governor! I County Hear WheelerFifteen Republican;; Blots Into Angels I Ih (Q\Wl) irii LA\ -


Jennings MurrbeerWhat
By By Sheriff .
Two more men and a 16-year-old girl humidity take away from some of us the judgment
persons attended the DR. GEORGE p, HOWARD is the speed limit?
are dead today as a result of another series of of people who are officially licensed to
operate an auto a deadly weapon when It is August Republican registration literally hundreds of men and I
auto accidents the County highways,
on her own best loved son and
driven at excessive speeds? breakfast )last Saturday at th< have died In Florida In thepa
In spite of a widely-heralded clampdownon Barrie says: "That \is where
But it is more than a local problem; It I.a Is Doctors Inlet home of Harold ,
my mother got her soft eyes, months because they believe th
speeders on Killway 17 in both Clay and statewide disgrace because the ath-dealing
and that la why other mothersran that indicated
Puval counties during the week-end, tho carnage and mangling drivers are all over the State. Hill.The .... the highway l'M'
speaker Keith to her when they lost
guest a
was drive 6S miles
continued. The Governor should summon a conference was all right to an hour
Wheeler, of Green Cove who child." Out of the blot of sorrow -
,
In Clay alone, the official count on accidents of law enforcement men from the State . under any circumstances . would
spoke on "The Moral DilemmaIn the angel of sympathy can
for the week was about one a day. A level down and nit down with them and representatives American Society." 1 come. somehow protect them, not only fm::
driver in one of the wrecked cats . he miraculously of the auto makers and come up
Wheeler pointed out "For It enables us to find the angelIn the law but from self-destruction
escaped . Is said by police to with some new rules of the road.It ,
have been doing better than 80 in a driving Is clear there are many on the highwayswho the first century and a half our DISAPPOINTMENTS. Whatever the sign says, there a:,

rain haVe no business behind the steering of its existence as an Indepen- Sometimes It can be very hardto times, many times, when 25 miles at.

Is It possible that some summer madness wheels of a car that will go 70 or 80 or 90 or dent nation, the United ,States believe that God is working hour, is excessive. In a blinding rain )it

overwhelms us; thit the oppressive heat and more miles an hour was based on >tho moral pre r mise that, by the fact of their But this much is certain way over . on the shoulder of
existence all men are endowed God never cloned any door up-
A Good School BoardThe with the rights of 'life, liberty Dr:, Howard on us without opening another the road and wait until visibility becomes something 'o

and the pursuit of happiness''' door, and a door that leads to move in. ,
Rights are a moral concept, Rummaging among files in worthwhile compensations.
School Board on Monday acted with Is, he said, the nucleus of the community'scivic and the fundamental right the archives of an old church The law says: "The driver of every vehicle shall , ,
wisdom and a sense of proportion in two very life and without it there would be no in England, a researcher ran Sir Walter Scott had been
from which all other genuine reduced speed when approaching
appropriately
believe. civic destined for the army, an illness drive at an
different matters, wa sense.The
across the story of a certain
In one instance it was behind the County Boards second act, which If it had rights are derived, Is the rightto self. John Cralk who was a yery left him slightly lame. and crossing an intersection or railway grade crossing,
life (the of
process
Superintendent! of Schools; in the other it went been dragged out might have become a tedious In consequence he took to
generated and self-sustaining beautiful penman and was appointed when approaching and going around a curve, when approaching -
somewhat counter to his recommendations. study in acrimonious penny-pinching, raised writing master in the reading the histories and romances
After listening to spokesmen from the the annual salary of the superintendent to action), village school. He was not onlya of Scottish history, a hill crest, when traveling upon any narrowor

Clay Hill area, It voted to maintain the Clay $12,000, making him the highest paid public The right to life he said, ii fine penman but he was also and so, because of his disappointment winding roadway, and when any special hazard exists
the right to carry on such he became one of
Hill School as an elementary school and to servant in the County. skilled In drawing.
action, the mental and physical the greatest story-tellers of with respect to pedestrians or other traffic or BY REASON -
Bend its junior high school students to Orange The point here, we believe, Is that it takes
his would leaveblots
Often pupils
Park Junior High School many years of study and work to make a first effort which we call 'work'. the world.A OF WEATHER OR HIGHWAY CONDITIONS"Under
The School superintendent had recommended rate superintendent. We feel that Jesse Tynes Man, In order to sustain his on their pages, and John Christian faith enables us
Cralk would take his pen and these special conditions, don't have faith in
as a measure designed to give Clay Hill is that In all respects. As with teachers, It own life, has a right to the to find the angel even In our
results of his labor this is begin with the blot and out of what the highway sign says the limit Is; use your best
students a better chance at "quality education," comes down, In the final analysis, to the old own ; :MISTAKES
the blot he would draw picture
a
closing of the school, sending the elementary and tried axiom that you get what you pay the meaning of property rights.A of an angel Once a man has himself Judgment.
students to the Mlddleburg School and the for. If we want second or third rater runningour man who works to sustain made a mistake, he will not
junior high school students to Orange Park. schools, we can probably find one for $8.000 his own Ufe, but Is deprived of A man who could produce be so hard on others who make
But James Wilkinson, as principal spokes or $9,000. And each one of the more than 5,000 the product of his labor, !ia angels out of blots A fine rep.utatlon them.

men for the Clay Hill residents, made a good youngster in our schools will be paying for it, nothing' but'' a slave" most to appropriate leave behind inscription you anda It is easy for a man who has

case against abandonment of the school. It in other ways, every day Wheeler concluded by saying, for his tombstone'! never failed in his duty, who
"Simply stated, the moral dilemma -
One of the greatest things has never fallen to the common
In American society ia about the Christian faith Is temptations, who is a model, of
Botlibfeer By DUNCAN O. GRONERDan that society, whether It is call
rectitude to look with lack
that it makes us able to turn a
ed New Deal, New Frontier or casrLE rats
of the who
blots into angels It enables us sympathy on man
A good many years ago whenI Shaw A series of small I would suppose he had had Great Society, is sacrificing to find the angel In SORROW. has made a mistake. But a man
was serving my novitiate as disasters on Wednesday night as much opportunity to Inform human lives for the sake of Out of sorrow sympathy is who himself has known temp t
A newspaper reporter on the . press night . conspiredto himself on the matter as, for others. I ask, 'Is this right!' born. tation, and who knows quite FROM MOO TO YOU

Kansas City Star, one of the keep me away. 'instance, I had had, And he Wheeler Will be a second No one can really undirstatM well that he himself ha fallen,

richest and, In the'' judgmentof These soirees and matins wa later quoted by close trimester Junior at Florida sorrow and greatly sympathize can only say, when he sees k '0P91.$'' WTS Witt '
many competent persons sponsored by the Chamber are friends as being opposed to the State University this fall. Ha with It until he himself has another fall: "There but for
one of the bent newspapers in nil to the good. But it is a fact, dial, though I am told since is majoring in history come through the experienceof the grace of Ood ico I." o i v'oNtrro>

America, It was Its fixed policyto I believe, the Chamber is for. Governor Burns made his statements sorrow For us, too, the grace of HALF GALLON QUALITY HOMOGENIZED
praise any civic endeavor felting its main chance. to newsmen In Tallahassee It Is easy enough for some- Ood can help us find the angel
bad. As the representative body and to The Crescent on REV. OLACHEA
that was not one who has never gone In the blots that sometimes
Under this policy, The Star, and spokesman for the business the magnitude of the Reynolds GUEST MINISTER through the deep waters of come with life's experiences.The MILK39
Interests the County . plans he has round. I
week after week, published rave of come FOR DEULAII REVIVALThe sorrow to say: "Snap out of It.
the fledgling KansasCity the County, not just Green The failure of the Chamberto
reviews on
Rev. Joe R. Olachea, You can't be forever living in University of Florida's remember
Symphony Orchestra's Cove Springs . It should be fulfill its ordained place In
pastor of the Green Cove the pastl" ColUgo of Medicine In the J.
in spite of the powerful voice before the the community , and it
performance a
First Baptist Church will But when we ourselves have H111U Miller Health Center, LOW MILK PRICES
act the young orchestra did County Commission and the should again be recalled It is
be the guest minister during sorrowed then we understand which received its first studentsin
not, then, always play together city commission of Green Cove called the CLAY COUNTY a revival series announced for what sorrow Is. James M. Barrie 1958, graduates some (0 Start at Castle Farms
and frequently failed to Orange Park and Keystone. Chamber of Commerce , .
very
Beulah Baptist Church, locatedon (author of "Peter Pan") medIcal doctors each year, following -
follow Its soloists. The unfortunate fact Is it Is lies, I submit, In the fact itsmembership the
who had post-college
Highway 21 east of Camp told of his mother a four-year,
I have had a good many not. To my knowledge it has Is extremely paro- Blanding. gift of comfort She had bet program. JS N. Magnolia Ave. Green Car Sprint
years since then to think about ho voice of any sort because It chial because Its public meet- -- -- ---- -----
the validity of this policy. And makes no attempt to speak up legs and discussions and resolutions The revival opens Monday,

I accept it , as far as it goes. pn the Issues . a hundred of on public and civic matter August 16, and continues
No one who knows anything trumthat confront us in are, to all Intents and purposes through Sunday, August 22,
with service each MY MOM SAYS
of the good works of such organizations our coming growth. non-existent. a song even-
as the Masoni) The president of the Cham- The classic excuse for Its ing at 7.30: followed by the

the Elks, the Lions, etc., (and ber, whom I count as a friend lack of civic activity Is thatIt preaching service at 8:00. MY POPSMARTEST IS THE

I confess I know of them only but who Is highly sensitive to lacks money. It lacks money

at second hand) can fall to any criticism of his functionsas I would guess, because of a AUTO LAFFS
admire what they do, and do, the Chamber's chief was very limited membership How MAN

mainly, without fanfare or pub present at the Green Cove hard has It trll'd0 recruit $FRY/tt/ CNii
licity. City Commission meeting whenit members? GAS d 01 4'S" '

By precisely the same token, compacted to sell the City's I, myself, recruited something IN THE I )0.s
I Admire what the Clay County industrial park to J. Louis like 20 members for the q

Chamber of Commerce does Reynolds Unless my memoryis Ill-starred and corrupted Com- COUNTY

:My quarrel with the Chamber Incorrect, he asked one ques- mittee of 1. Most of the member ?
lies in what It does not do.. tion and I don't believe it couldbe werfc as Ignorant as I (or,

With very deep regret last regarded as Informed or shall we say, almost BO) of the
week I had to pass up the even friendly to the alms of intent and ultimate goals of
Chamber's soiree in honor of that meeting the top leadership of that /. ,
oligarchy I THEN TORBE '

I can produce another 20 HIUI"TUATSoIIIAul '

dfoy! t ; Cfaunty, (!Erescctit! members Chamber for of the Commerce Clay County If It Engine MAkiNG ALL missing rUE? NOISES Stop Inhere I , rn'' : "

will begin holding regular and where there's nothing

"WHAT .IS GOOD rOR CUT COUNTY .II GOOD FOR TNT CRIKINT" open meetings to discuss and missing In the way we check M

DUNCAN SOLDTHWAITE GRONER ,EDITOR AND PuiUSHIRTUIPHONI determine positions on some of and tune up your engine
CCS 184-316 our problems.
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They have not scratched tho '
lARUE'SSlmVWJo1
secoss CLASS PonAU PA" AT sues cove I/neGs, Peseisi surface and so long as directors -
PUBUSHID EVERY THURSDAY BY CRHCINT Pease INC. and officers are selectedin
; STATION'rhone '
P. a coo eve Geese Covi SPRINAS., FLORIDA the manner In "which they

HOWARD P. COOPER PRESIDENT are now elected, it will remaina 281-9108

SUBSCRIPTION RATES semi secret organization Junction Hwy 1< A 17

O>R 1EUI 'IM: AIIVAMR ......... .... a ..011 whose views if any , Green Cov Sprint

TWO IKIIIS IV AIIVAMH .. ... .... .... 8.00 are mostly unknown.
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YUP THIS IS MKAX STUFF LOTS OF ZAP.Give JOCK AND ARTESIAN WILLS "
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a1 w When he 1 bought our new Mutton wagon, he finance*! it

rbwlag, Welt SpseWial through the Hank of Oran Cove Spring and wivctl enough,

us a g-r-o-\v-l anti tlrivo ono of our fino I r to keep me in Iwhjr foal l for a whole year I. your Pop

ai ELECTRIC PUMPS smart like that, loofBANK r

used Tigers WATER SYSTEMS

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11 BUCK LeSABBE DOOR SEDAN (4 TEMPEST 4-DOOB SEDAN. F. H. A. TERMS

Lane FJ. A.T. A.C. .. .$IMS89S RAIL AT .. .. . . . . . . . .nllS I

O COBYAIR MONZA 4-DOOR. '<3 CORVAIR MONZA CONVERTIBLE. f' of GREEN COVE SPRING!

BAB. A.T. . . . . . . . . .3 Bucket Seats, 4-Sp. Tran. RAH .S1493 'TM.
t i OBEEN COYS SPJIXNOS PLOBIXU.xtmttr .

...... BAB, ..8.. PJI, A.C. ... .SZI9S With All The Extras Y.. Want CALL LONG DISTANCE

I Jaskearllle.. .... nnea.Lnaa seem
BUT, if you need more zip, we'llll'll you a new Tiger.

'r4. 1389-14381 reio nt Cov.I,'t otial ui Largest Bavi

f t I Fred Davis Buick-Pontiac Inc.
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MCMIM Or HA. I HATIONAiWATU
161.1631 I Will ASSOCIATION TELEPHONES 284.3650 284-3939 284-3051 CONGRESS 4-9583
lAX .s. Ones C... Springs GCS FU. M4-SI3S ,
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-* Green Cove SocialsCity I Clay CountyServicemen Linda Courtney Weds THREE WILDLIFE GREEN CAMP COVIANSAT New Medic In Town 11, I IDR.


Three Green Cove boys are Dentistry, has become associated R
Commissioner and Mrs. The North Carolinian I
Rev. and Mrs. Joe Olachea I
I Allie T. Ivey announce the have as their guests the attending Florida's thirtieth with Dr. R. M. Paterson, t I 1
annual wildlife at Camp t ,
birth of a daughter, Carmen Rev. and Mrs. William Martin, MM LlndaLuclnda Courtne"I I nay, sister of the bride, was camp In Green Cove.
McQuarrle In Ocala National I
Lea, on Monday at St.VincentsHospital. of Tampa. Mr. Martin 1s min daughter of Mr. and .. Junior bridesmaid. Forest. A native of Klnston, N. C. _;
The young lady later of the Good Shepherd liam Marshall Courtney of Richard Lane Brown Jr was w Dr Wetherlngton served In the
d weighed In at eight pounds. Church there. Orange Park, became the bride best man for his son and ushers Douglas Hawkins, Wad from 1954 until usa \
12 ounces. last Charles Palmer Lane Rivers, Jr., and John McCall I, + Navy
Saturday of were Brown, brotherof A
when he entered the under-
Mr. and Mrs. Deward Priest Brown, of Albemarle, N. C. the bridegroom: Troy Smith, I all of Green Cove are scheduled I graduate school Of Marquette. J*

and their aon-In-law and daughter The wedding ceremony wa of Fayettevllle, N. C.; Bill Bur- to return on Saturday At the Dental school there he "
Mr! and Mrs. J. C. Barn- performed In Grace Episcopal bage, of Albemarle, N. C.l; and from a 8-day encampment designed was elected to Omicron Kappa
well, of Jacksonville, spent Church, Orange Park, with the Cricket Conner, of Greensboro, : for 4-H Club members Upsion! dental
honorary society -
! CLAY last meek at Rainbow Springs. Rev. Donald Clawson, rector, N.C. I who want to learn more about
and received the International
officiating. The bride chose a formal nature and natural resource, I College of Dentists f
THEATRE Thomas Shoemate and friendof Given In marriage by her gown of Ivory silk satin. She The three boys were accompanied award for outstanding achievement
Atlanta visited Rev and father the Bride had to the by E. I
Green COT* Springs as matron wore a mantilla of rosepoint camp at the Unlversly
Mrs. C. E. van der Maaten last of honor Mrs. John In- and Brussels lace and carried McCall, County agent D'j I )
Monday thn Friday week. gram, sister of the bridegroom, gardenias and lilies of the valley position of assistant county He was graduated with the :f-
degree of doctor of Dental
Bolt Office ,Open, <:45 PJtf. I of Ashboro, N. C. Miss D'Etta centered with an orchid agent was abolished last month I I
Mrs. Virginia Hurley Snead I AIRMAN TOM CLARKE Dunlap, of Orange Park, was Following a reception held when the County commlaalon- Surgery A member of the American t
Features At 7 A PJkL of Orange, Virginia, left for maid of honor and bridesmaids at Tlmuquana Country Club ers granted a pay rise to Mc Dental Association, he

Saturday and Sunday home Tuesday after a week's Airman Tom Clarke Is visiting were Miss Ann Thayer, the couple went on a wedding t Call, Mrs. Margaret Nelson and Is married to the former Jor-
Visit with Mr. J. L. Stubbs his parents Mr. and Mrs, of Greensboro, N, C.: and Mrs. trip to Jamaica. They will reside Mrs Sandra Reese Hammock, I ene Bergmann. They have two '
Continuous: from S F.M. I children 7 old ;
and Miss Miriam Stubbs. Edgar Thomas Clarke, after a Kenneth DofkI'''. Sally Court- In Chapel Hill, N. C. who this week submitted her : Laurl, years ; .'
tour of duty in Viet Nam. The I resignation. Whether her position \\'UIIHUNUIO.NDr. : : :! I and Jeffrey, 4. The Wetherlng- 'e !A
Wed.. Thurs, !Fri. Joel has moved to 22-year-old airman was graduated will be filled remains to I tons are now living In Venetla. m"
Aug. 11, It, IS Oreen Cove and U reported to at Clay High In 1980 I Delta Is WedThe i be seen. When the assistant Jack R. Wetherlngton, Ills parent, Mr. and Mr. C. '
Hardenbergh the I Jack-
be working for the County. and attended St. Johns RiverJunior County agent, George Owens, a 1985 graduate of Marquette W Wetherlngton, live In +
of
University College sonville.
N College and the University I resigned last winter, It ass I
t iN Mrs Elmer Johnson has had of Florida. With two marriage of Miss Delia father, the bride wore a gown said his position would be filled -

IUBR u her guests her sister, Mrs. and a half years to go In the M. Hardenbergh, daughter of of Alencon lace and organza until Mi Call came up with

Allene Tadlock. who has returned Air Force, he plan on com- Mr. and Mrs, N. Watson Har- over net and taffeta. I' the salary Increase for himself you CM Do IT AND $m
from Europe, and her : pletion of hi* enlistment to denbcrgh, Jr. to Harold R. Miss Dorothy tUrdenbugh 1 under which! he stipulated
mother, Mrs. Frank Green. : complete his education at was maid of honor for her sis he needed no aislstant. by BILL NOVAH ,
Sat. Aa,. 1/ Standiford, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tadlock and Mrs. Green Gainesville. He Is assigned to ter. A day at Wildlife Camp begins DO IT YOUtSClF' Id ,
returned to their homes In England AFB, Louisiana. Mr, Harold Standiford of Gary Favreau wa best man, at 11:30: a,m. with everybody "
Madison this week, Jacksonville Beach. was solemnized and ushers were Todd Btandl- up and out for flag raising -
1 a I Electrician's. Mate Third Clan, Sunday In St. Anne's Episcopal ford and Fred Prultt. Breakfast follow. The boys
1.I Mr. and Mr. James RldUy Mlllard L. Sweat USN son of Church, Keystone A reception followed at the clean their cabin and are ready
have returned from a vacation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L Sweat Height, .'lt1the Rev. W W. Masonic Hall. for inspection by 8:1&: a.m.
+ I 11 In Alabama and Georgia. I of Green Cove, Is serving aboard Worstall officiating. The couple will reside In Then they can take a swim In
Given I In marriage by her I'
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--- the radar picket destroyer j I ._ Jacksonville Crooked Lake. Canteen comes
TONY YOUNG DAN DURYEA Mrs. L. C. Fisher Is a patIent I, USS Turner currently I before the 0:45 assembly.
I Im at Clay Memorial Ho.pl- operating with the 8:xth Fleet 1 i Family Frolics Rehearsal Sept. 2 : Classes run until noon.

and tal after breaking her ankle In the Mediterranean. After lunch there' time out

last "eek. While In the Mediterranean, George Turner, producer of I i The Family Frolics programr r r for resting, boating, reading,
cre.member of the Turn i I Green Cove's Mia Family will be published and copies | and free play Classes rename
will have the opportunity to be obtained from from 3 to 4 Then th"re'l
in
Say You Itead It may merchants p m.
visit Naples, Anzlo Rome, Ischla lies beauty pageant, has Fro-I next week, Miss Turner' n lmminlJ. Vii; .w.wLehi
TIn: CHKSCENT: and Pompeii all In Italy a rehearsal for S.'ptemb
may be reached at 384.9748.In I The flag I I. lowered at 8p
I Sl'KSCWIlh: ; XOWI at the Spring Park at 8 pm.
the evening Ot-orge Turner ,m. followed by suppt EvenIng POOL CADANAS '
Approximately 1200 has been may be reached at 284.3969. I II KMcmbllo\ feature movloa, You con build this attract!**
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I .TfCNNICOIOR' I = Three To Get donated for this event I II I I reports, a recognition piogiam, backyard poor cabana In a moller .
." of houri-ond save money
and "tall tal" armloiu.
- I Mrs Kathleen i<,'ers, Mrs t Many homeowner are now bo,.
I Dancing Classes F.S.U. Degrees i Wayne Turner, and Mrs. Jack I MYF Monthly) The campers will via for I rowing the pool cabana klea
I pils In casting content and
I I a (from hoists, motels and resorts I
San.Ion.: * Tues. I I Five C"ui.students at .' !.>r- I i il I Siam will be helping the con I Meet other competition, Each camper anil( (Ml summer, they will be
Aa,. 15, U 17 I will be resumedIn l Ida State Unlversitar! to tat< t..lantlllh tips on makeup j TodayThe i will receive a 'Flnilda 411'' com a natural part el the American t, ( I
to be Wildlife .shht. I scene, |lust t lid* the oulomo- \I
tc
: Green Cave Spring Ida State University are halr-styling and poise. II I II Jacksonville Siib District Camp' 1
jarDandee i on Friday, Sept. 3 largest. e.i.1;mer cununenrenutit, I Girls from 1) and 18 years ', of the MethodUt Youth- Fellow- I' 411 boys chosen to IUC'nd'' bile With ond the.0..10 backyard,use weather pool.,
I la' 8 o'clock this morning. I I the wevk.long all hive
,
old who ire Interested In entering ship will meet In Orren Cove temp i prool Homatot building board / I ,
'I') MAli 1011 r l+kteNISi08 i Hn.'lelor of Science d"trreH' outstanding 4 II records of a. Inn }
( : Now organizing classes the pageant should register Sprlrg today for its monthly and wood framing pool I
rj i NAARIS and etperlence.Parent in Diittnesoi Administration will ;i with Oforffo Turner or meeting More (than 40 )'OUIIII'' chlevfttient (plus an Interest 1111 cabana con b* mad In a inert t
I by ate to Rtieit Brlr..!Jky Djnlap, 1
.1- a I ro Mill Patsy Turntr There Is no people, officers of local MYF i ii forestry, consvivalkm\ tutity, \ lime ol low coil You can make
Herbert Emerson Klphlck, Jr, I I and wildlife! Godwin said Homaiol cabanas with Dutch / 1 it ( .
.
I! *, are Invited to ar4 Llrda Lee III,krr :Nedllaiacn registration fee.Homrmsktrs i groups, are expected for the I I II doors, cabanai that) con"*,il Into I
I interested In activities which will Include
eflgd- I playhoviM or ttcnehouiei" ,
I call and enroll their children will: git a tmchilor1 deere :I
COHMe before September. In !.clu atlon; and C'arleaEdm homing off their baking skills \ a swim at the city pool and a I Two hundred and fifty new tool stasis, catch all. ally the I
dIM sUllen fid Holmes/ a haontlor's should call Alias Turner about picnic: supper at Spring Patk (, doctors have bvin graduated lummtr l>oion "+ '
MN.w.aN. I degree in Ant and Srfenc**. I I donating a cake for the cake Art) Mulford, president of from the University of Flo" Free glens ore nvallabl fay ',
r writing Peel l Cabanas, Sea 441,
"' '''''0'''''''' ; They are man" es of a walk. I I the Own Cove Springs First I rida' College of Mi'dltln In 'ti.
THE BAGALEY Ir'.d'j Trenton New jerwy, or Ihl.lI.w.pa".r ,
uatirg rU (It 1,3)11 *tu. I Proud parents of Infant I Methodist Church Senior High I IMYF I I the J. Hlllls Mlll.r llualth I t . ,
Wed. tern ".t. SchoolKatherlne Qtr*> h'e tn be <'"< Verted byThn should plan to enter their baby , Is In charge of local ar1rangrment I Center since its first graduating --
Aug. 18-11 Dancing E 1'hamllon l t' e Unlver- In the baby crawl 10or which I *. class In '1000
well .D* valuable prrwn' I . .. . .,. .. .. .
.itt's": premlcnt.CALL there ------ --- '-' - ----- --- -- -
Pigaley, _ .. __ .
UAN(1)NIJlffJI ( ) 'I! A general m .tlng has been
-s M InitrvrtertV D f : ';'f';.' r. called by Mrs Sean for AUII' I I
list 19 at Spring Park at 8pjn.
8t.
/-171!-1463 Stockton
.-J Jacksonville, eta All executive board member worth your wait ini
and organization representative III
... ., .. It'' I e are urtt<'d to attend. "' II I !II II'I 1 lr II" II i ltll '/ r M' I
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FINANCING & PRIME PROPERTIESARE i A SAFETY REMINDER from

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!rmw! AV/JIABIE/ . THE TRAVELERS and


TRAVELERS AGENT
ZONED fOR BfSINf" *"! ell Balding: and property adjacent your

to Mink Market on Highway 18; (ill) Approximattly300x200 I _r fte '+
I
< feet oa U. S. 11 North Just outside city limit, CMrroyer Anpd

tit Approximately 100' on Orange Avenue at North; ad. : USE YOUR Spofl Coupt

Jacert properties available; <1.1 Two adjoining properties You couldn't pick a hotter tlmo than now to buy a Chovrolotl

of 100' each on Orange Avenue South' adjacent to V j .W. I SEAT BELTS. . Plonty of beautiful driving weather ahead and your Chovrolot

RESIDCMUL FKOrERTYt I U Several bedroom borne* dealer Is making allowances for your old car that aro
Avenue 131 Other aa1abl.1tbln city They do ante !Nsee! and
east of Orange ;
limits. i v reduce serious Injuries. even more beautiful. Come drive great deal.

In Ihe Interest of your
WATERFRONT FROrERTYi lit 1'hrft.tMctroom horn, 'safely, The Traders l i

within and outside city limits; (3) Riverfront! wU wtthla t uric you lo use seal ,

city limits ideal for *schulv* apartment dn.JopmmLSI.W i bel'" A. an added In-

square feet curb more atsiUbU. centUe, the McdkalPsmciit
Limits o.. Tr. tler Autom<,b.l" Poliek r
FARMS AND UHIL ACREAGE available. j ,automatically, be doubled.. no additional cot

RESIOENTUL LOT of varying *ta-., within sod outside I -"you arc using seat bells al the lime bf an attUenl.I'roletl '. CtnsY Monttt

city limits. yMimtf and your family by Installing; seal trl Cesrpt, CMrdG Md.assraa
r I hints and using them.
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pal C.up.
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FINANCING Is now avaiUble.TWIN 1t1 f. .
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jot a
Fee _,_...sloe ."... T'_.... Assss.bJO I.M'
eau .,. 1 joy tn too .,. 1 cart
REALTY 1: ,

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Hilda T. !4'4k. R.a3e
INSURANCE AGENCY H-Mf!
Bay IL al C. s. 17. Seeth G..... Gve ..*1.*. S3 N. Orange Avraac ... 381.343a

...... 314.3441 Dr *, Night > h eX AVymfUirifTte / ROBERTS CHEVROLET Inc. i J

ewe handle VA sad FHA repoaxeeloas In CUy and TimiHJ IINI1ICEV tMpaia \

Dual CounOMi NAATTOeW, COMMCCTICVT I

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TACK FOOT' (Stay! (Q r uufV (ErcsecMf THURSDAY, AUGUST U. 1J65

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ROADS, SIDEWALKSContinued LEGAL NOTICE turned eat to bunt for turtleHit ties with alligators, however.

( From Page 1) th Notice. Clay County ti hereby Zoning given Commlt-that LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE MARK TWAIN DlDXT INVENT *n the bar. They went On another occasion he had

lion will hold a Public Hearing sticks Into the one corner in a culvert. Rij.
animous In declaring IV: THE CIRCUIT COURT OFtuns about poking
support .
on Thursday August 14 lues at IV TUB! riRCIIT C01RT OF (Continued From Page 1).
of the site. They had pevlous- I:00 o'clock 0.m., In the Amcrn- CIIHlir.FOIHIII IV' AND JUDICIAL PUN CLAY TIIK Fist IIT1I JIDI'IAL land, and when they found a Ing to assay his next move, he
blv Room of the Clay County tlHtlir OK KLOHIIIt, |\ A\U shoved his head into a
eoL'vrv: FLORIDA.KIITOV went down on hornet'snest
ly endorsed the location as a Courthouse Annex, Oren Ccv fOR ILAV COLATY: oft place they
aN : I
Sprlnr. Florida for the CH.\'ICIoKY. r and dug with their and was taken forthwithto
site for a Center for men. purpose N.. .3-J13V tr their knees
of hearing objection, If any to IV CHANCERYN. doctor with multiple
Then action followed a letter Imulnw a permit to oomply with IU'IGINK .. .... hand . bites.
.. ei-ioi-c:
Unction went
1 alligator
The
and Section Paragraph on alone
the Kl\i) (
from Bradford OIM1.
Count II corporation
Sawyer's gang.
113 of Article XVI ft the Clay This Is Tom
:Development Authority seeking County Zoning Rmrulatlonft, flantlff.HKIRI . THE BOARD OF PUBLIC IN- In "But Tommy" he la asked,
v. HTKl'CTJON OF CLAY content with putting
I namely) to uee the following decrrluod COUNTY.THE Not
% K. POtl UK\\Kll and "besides fishing and .
the aid of surrounding countiesin 'J.R1fJA frog IIr.Iln'
property' for a Trailer MlllY I.. .'onWi.a"I': : .. PetlUcn.I'n. a stint cutting grass at homeor
the endorsement of the site Park KAY JOIIN: _0\ MIRK'I.ntl and alligators, what are
A part of the E A. Ferguson at Aunt Eleanor's empor-
....
WKHIHl III\KI\,. "
The Authority Is' working in grant. Section' 41 Township KKAMKH HAKIhi: elfe and,. STATE OF FLORIDA and Mitchell fishes In the your hobbles?
ium. Tom
I South Range 26 East; Be- the Texnayere, Property Ownere
conjunction with the Education iiafendant
ginning" nt a nweet gum tree en isen. of the County of daylight hours and gigs frogsin "Football basketball hunting .
Development and Research the hank of Doctor' LakeInlet NOTICE OP tlT1U rvCI Including non-reeltlente I '. . not much Uwugh . .
wbam UM I
( ) about 880 feet anuth owning property or subject litaxation > the dark . and ,
Corporation of St. Petersburg, to deitrera Kant: from the Writ. : Reuben K. Fo.benner and therein.Uupond.ntl. digs for turtle Wisteria X Uk brad (a
linn of Section IS Townnhlp Mary L Fo.benner hi* wife moon Is right
which has applied to the Office
i 4. Hollth. llnnir.. t! Runll Then. Ue.ldenc. Unknown: radical departoi from the
of Economic Opportunity for a re North Tt d.l. l'r.-37. -minute Last Known Street AGdrssbtJMark.t OIIDKII TO UllOW ('A.'''; eggs.On Sawyer Torn) I like to eat .
Haul Magnetic) along a fencee71 one fine evening not long
contract to manage a Women'sTraining feet a she Intersection. rf trrkaal. fennaylvanla | TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA ah. . "
Center. the Rant line of the Grant i tte.lt trance Rankin Rankin and. THE SEVF.HAL PROPERTY ago, Tom Mitchell walked into .,,.M % .**.M
with Townahln line dividing hi wife OWNGHM TAXPAYbKH CIT. his Aunt Eleanor's house fondling ear rear awns Bu *
According to the Authority aectlon SI and 8. also Lute Kenldenc Unknown:
IZINH AND OTHERS HAVING "
You Reuben 10'. 1o'oab.nner "Oh yea he grins, "you can
plans for the proposed center 4 and e thence South ID d OU CLAIMING<< ANY MIGHT, a 4-foot alligator
green IS mlnut'a Kaat Meg and Mary L. 1o'olb.nn.r. hi* wife TITLE lilt INTEREST IN add them too."
are being drawn along with a netlc three hundred seven. and and. Wesley, Itankln and Fran- PKOFERTY TO HE AFFECTED "(Jet that ugly varmint out
11/100 feet thence South 10 c a Rankin hi* wile are hereby BY THE ISSUANCE BY The great divide between the
model of a dormitory and reception decrees. and 43 minute W..tIM..netic n"tlfe', that a complaint to THE AKD (W PI'BLIOTV.UTP1 Hobbles? You name 'em , reading and eating are of here, she demanded.Tom
lounge. Constructioncosts 71 feet to the Rant foreclose a certain mortgage en 'I'TIIIV' (,Ii' f"1.AV I Irot'NTY departed, crestfallen.But two Toms is that the Mitchell
Bank of Doctora take (Inlet), the following ducrlbed real property -- OT'HP. both there.
for the 300-glrl center thence Nnrth 16 deuren/< S minute to-wit CKKTIFICA1KM FLORIDA: OF1 IM>FBTKDNKHH the alligator was a special Tom is a "B" student at Clay
will be approximately 1800,000. ,a.* POINT and 54 OP airrncls UI..niNMIVlRxcentlnir Went to. MRADtmlJUOOK Lot: Five -(5). Block UNIT One (1)1.) I HF.HF.ISAI"TfHMOHF. : his ftunt'i store on the south 'The pair shrugged It off as if I hobby for several days before High and incoming presidentof

In other action the commissioners ' that rti pdeli according Plat Hook ton.t e, recorded In'' C'ltlHEP PARTICULARLY OH TO UK IV DES ANY: I edge of Oreen Cove.A I It were an everyday occurance. it was put back whence it had the Student Council.
7 and a
!for Right of Way on State pace '
approved the hiring of Road No. 220 and that portion of the public retird* of Clay WAY AFFECTED THKIIKRVYou fishing rod just a bamboo I But what else I come. I The Sawyer Tom wouldn'tmuch
conveyed. to \Mlllam M. Say County Horlda. and each of you are lure ;)I win bat- have approved of that.
an additional nurse for the has been filed against you and pole, Is a. thing of beautyto "After dinner all the gang He does not always
age bY deed recorded In Deed by required to auueur' county on recommendation by Honk ST, nave 218 Public Record .- you are required to serve. a copy day of BfuUmutr' ibee, HI Rio: him and wnen he lays hold
of Clav County, FloridaAll cf your answer or pleading to the .
clock t. before the circuit .
the Public Health Nursing Ad- parties In Interest and a.ntI'.h: the plaintiff attorneys Court of clay County, r'lurluu. of one his expression changes
\lsory Council The council will ,Htlnon shall have an nnnnrttinItv liray, Yates at the Court House In UmimPelltlcn to one of distant medlUttlon.
to be heard at said time and Con rex & Ulbui 231 East torivth COVe /prima. Florid and .II"W
contribute $100 a month for MIPJIOl Street Jacksonville, Florida cause why the prayer of the Clam.f'rlng barefoot through
the of the with the v County 7nnln' Commission and file the original an- filud In the abu entitled knee high brush, Tom
salary nurse swamp
Bv .h",,* R, Cronl ewer or pleading" In the office of proceeding should l nut barantd
county providing Chairman the Clerk of the Circuit Court and the Certificate ot my Mitchell Is asked If there
In and for Clay County, Florida
-12-2tcWLH 11I1I..IJI..dll. tle.crlb..d thereinand
ly $2800 a year. approXimate-I. on or before. the 7th day uISantember the proieilliiK authorising are any snakes thereabouts."Not .
l'.i6S the Isauanre thereof, validatedand "
O. E Williams many.
If you fall to do 10 judgment
resignation of Mrs. Sandra tonfluned; sold, crrtlUt.au REAL
Howensky were named to the bv default will. be taken aunlnutvou /<< ion"l.tlnv" of ONE MILI.IUSI'I.JLI.AH Well so he goes alone bam- aatr ESTATE ,
Reese Hammock, assistant for the relief demanded In
Keystone Starke Airport th complaintThis ( of Crrtlflcato of in.debtedne.e boo pole held like a fixed bayonet I
Hoard Pub-
home demonstration agent of The of /1
Authority The Authority Is a notice shall lie puhllnhedtl . liu Inntruitlt of Cluv County dangling a piece of bread
Mrs. Hammock is moving to each week fur four cnn..eu.tl r'lorlda, .dul d Heptcmbrr. 1, 1b0., (
leceitly organized group with Jacksonville where her husband Cre\'*">.wevki ent.IIOSK. In he clay Counts iimlurliiu serially on September I just above wtedtops.! f ; RESIDENTIAL
the function of setting 1. ut rich of the yrar "The bread gets a shiner"
up an : AND onnEnrn: tOreen .
is employed. M69 through tU9 3, both Itu'lu"
industrial site on the old air Cove l'Iorl' ,,".. Florida he, beniIng interact puyabinlannuullv he says, "and that gets a big r Ii + INDUSTRIAL
final this 4th day of AUKUat. 1965.
In action the board ." at such rate .a one."
port members set Sept. 6 as the date couiiT rnouoK nnu r.. C.\RU'LF.! "hulll be determined upon the sole.. I COMMERCIAL
Two roads, totaling approxi-I thereof, not In any event exren.UK While Injun Joe is definitey R E A ESTATE
Clerk of Circuit Court.
for the property equalization five I per rent (6( %: ), a more )! In
lacking Tom Mitchell'slife
mately 85 miles were added Clay County FloridaHy particular de.'rhltloll of nalilTtifliatc
to the county's i. hearings. According to the com : Rraoe M Cat..11.I* ,... being coiitalniid In one seeks a Huckleberry! ,. ACREAGE
secondary road since Sept. 6 is Deputy CI.rkA.U..Atlv the Petition filed In lisle pro
missioners
projects. The paving of Warner I.I cerd.ng.UnNE, Finn and gets a router of good RENTALS
I Labor Day they. will recess AND ORDgllKD: at buddies that runs alphabeti-
Road from State Rd. 17 to the' I JAl."US\"JLI.E.. M\AL Cl'untv. -
Sun Oarden Immediately and reconvene on AOTICB Hurlla, thl. 10th day of cally from Mike Bartholf to ,
Tower and Walk- I Tuesday Sept. 7, as a board of From thin day forward I will August, IOos.iiRntlEll Scott Smith w' R
hill Road from S-209 to Bayard 'I not b. re.ponnllilo for debt. Inrcurred : J, M' \YlJltI<1I1'1' L W0 T A "WE HAVE THE KEYS tw
equalization. State law requires by anyone other than myI'aroll .II'IMII. nr.. TIIK CII.CIMT It was ..lth. the latter that : ,
Were added to the list of roads I oelt. ('III'III' UK TIIK rlH IITII
!I the meeting to be called on TO YOUR NEW
for impiovements. [ W oar I JI'MICIAL' I'lItCIlP OF I'LO' Tom Mitchell a year or more J U STICE Of THE PEACE HOME"l
I either the first Monday in tit itu.mor HI. (1111'IX AM: FOIt CLAY ago rescued a.friend from the j ,,
The
board also received the Orange I'nrk OL'.NTY:
----.August or September. I___ Floridaa-//I--4tp'' g.1!.1tcI1P1 I, depths of the St. John.. River.

OP EQUALIZATION I'I ilda '
ussell
The Orange Park Town ,

ijJOY7S CommliHlon will art a. an e
SHOplFINAL equalization board at 8 0'. d' REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
HARRY'SGet clock In the Town Hall nnt NOTARY PUBLIC JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

Tuesday night
Dial
284-9481 'IF NO ANSWER
.A..KimenU In Orange

STORE V11UECLEARANCE Park according toIn.: 708 ORANGE AVE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS / '
Stuart Ralph town clerk ( ; 1
Ie r a ,

Him Heady for new tent"have been County to conform raised anwn-tmt-ntn."to with an ex the I (-.l 'W,


Total value of a ws
Jut rear.Ir.: .. !

Ralph said was |',09( 583. I d v fMe
Starts Back School

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TO ADV1':RTISIIIS . '

GO! : I Wash! '11 Wear ;i ;,:

Cotton( SLACKS II '

I TO SUIJSCIUllKKS; . /

LADIES! HERE YOU WILL FIND $1.99 AND' $2,99 I ;I I II !

luiantl t 0Ilt nl'lItIl1t i I No matter how many radio newscast or Tnews telecasts
"' are

MANY STYLES AND MATERIALS TO titles t I !! Wanlctl\ rllh'rjal'4BOYS' I mado daily . the average person U still interested I in ...,Ii.i..i.) _; ,

SPORT SHIRTS home town newspaper} !to know what goes on iu. his own area Accord- ..... I
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SELECT FROM HURRY DOWN! I Valufn To 1 :'I','' ins to a survey made tllII\} 'lJ:)O, the period when radio<< and television .I 1
$169 OneBit
Group 99 were introduced . every day over 00 million copies of newspapersarc r

Buy Now! being gold daily. "

ALL SPORTS WEAR I SUF:! III'' ". ';. I I,

To keep with thin '\t "
; up demand for the '
I news, .'
newspaper industry aM f- .
i',
1 $1,98 BOYS' SHIRTS $1.69 has been continuously eat work '< '
!I to improve} tlu-ir service . ??,, Ln, '
accomplished' this! with 1.
more late t
up-to-( communications ,

1 Price BOYS'' DUNG REES I SI.99-S2.99 ii I I, So does: the Clay Coiuty Crescent try to keep Riving methoiU you the ,. ., I:,

toIh .. best possible of local
/ coverage\ news on'nh'ith( picture and itemO)
!
3 Xat'l, AilviTtiiHl!! r.\'i'l..h.:1.J: -- *H iltttskelbnll ""I II . and in our bumble way to serve aa, medium of enlightment to .1

bring to the of
[ I you news activity going on around>l.I .

Hhol'lI . *' .t 9!) . :i19!)! . .....!rl)! I i I "

9 SHORTS SKIRTS This method of new dissemination
I i is nU.
appreciated 11the 'w': '. l
HO\'II', $UW: 1)ress) Slacks...._ ................... .f .t)!) business .jH-ople who find that their I!
BLOUSES BERMUDAS I I lal,1m,8sn o does reach their =";,,'
potential customers and brings them into his place of }

HO '!I' (\fouN..,.........................$:.t)'!), *ikl!), $1 r..!19 'ou want to bring business!! So if ,.r: '
J POLOS ALL HATS I ) your menage to this market . tho cokmns'of wee\ t >"


ALL BAGS SWIM SUITS Hoy's Fruit t of Loom Hriofs .,..............3 for $1.43; 'the Clay County Crescent are open to you. Take advantage of them. 7..'';

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DRESSES Hoy's Stay I'm' Slacks.._....... ...._........u.$4.tl!) CLAY \:: ... .
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DRESSES I CRESCENT :', .

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l'p to.9s Up to $ Hoy** Fruit of Ix om Polo Shirt- ........3 for $1.45Uoy8 Phones: Green Cove Spring 2S4-3lt .

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r, &ak Batg.ln $2 99 iiarlaln Hark $3 99 $1.f>!) Walking Short??.. ......__....;)Jc) I To be sure ypu can ..o.llhi. newspaper, each week, %..y not baT '' . ....i. :... .

VaJuu Suln,. I I a year' subscription for MOO . or halter
yet
I II ]JO"II 4Do!) llrief..._.....__......._._...._.._.:!lt' reading your newspaper for ONLY 3.00 (paid in advance got 104 leeks of ..,".." ., 'I f ',
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,'Ml SUMMER HATS . K PRICE i Hoy's sfl.4!) Tennis Shoos....____.frrte II I Fill oar tha following form and mail to us with your remittance -y' tt I



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. \ R... $1.99 $2.99 I AdJres- .. ,_ ., ,. .. i
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FOR SALE FOR SALE S LEGAL NOTKB e LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE e NOTICE



FOR SALE New 3-bedroom HAT FOR SALE: Can GCS LEGAL NtlTKH Auvrst IT. 1115. NOTICE OK 'MtMtor put.ArrktrtiNu : AU'IoUTIII"a.'T: FOR BllI. >.

I home In Orange Park Brick FLORIDACLAY oil In cane uf overcrowdln miva : '1'0 tiN
STATE
tyf'i 2912240. 1.I..ttpFOR OF first preference In choice of O\V.\KH: OK "H'IIUU'II.U Soled) propoial wilt be r*.
front, two full baths Built-in COUNTYOn ihool will tie Kiv.n to three ..I1.'f\: oilvd, by the Board tt fubll
kitchen.* Large family RENT OR SALE Small the llth day of Jun, HIS uuulli who r>.I.t.r during AUK Pursuant to M-otlim' II af Chap Inmructiun of lacy: County
room. at a rKUlar I board nieetinit of tint XI 1001 through Auaum 11, Ur iI?. Honda Mtetutae *ntlt* urmn Core Bprlna. florid for
Two ear carport Patio. Wall house Nice lot. Ahto shady the Clay County Board cf Publloln.lr.4Ctlon l.*l. I Ud 'Horlila Disposition *t Un furnohinic, all material and 1 U.
h-U at the Hoard t.) The choice mad at the claimed' Properly, A..I"'. notice bur for the ooimirupilon of Ai>-
to nail carpeting. 1837 Robin. trailer spaces for rent. Pacet. Room of the clay: County: Uoard time of riclatrHtlon a* hremaboy ,la ".'.l"y aln that the Immune iUTlOM and ALThKATIONS! to

elt Drive. Phono JAX SC46491. U'. Marina.. Phone 284-8294. of 1'ubllc ln.tru.nIon In the City *.tout shall b* lndlnn' for Intend below ai>r>*sr to b* the W. K. CIIKJIHK h.Uk.Mt.NTARlf::
of Ureen tfcve Hprlnici Horlda, the retool year 1006-IOs/. own... or un<..lalnid prsnnl Ml'lU.ul, Urani lor Ida.
l-mtp GCS. '..12lIei the follcwlnK rxoluium was un If) Tin 'oreiolnw nlan of r** or Intangible, property. presumed dacnrlb.d: In the.fotr.rin'I*poU
1 anlmouily adoptdHEnKAa : Klatratlon will l b. foilowcu a,,. abandon!. ib ationa *f said proms All bid*
1 5tA 'cold \\ : a the r*.ult of nuallv. Amount Number IOM7OOMAm are to b* add...a t* the Boardof
FOR SALE i FOR RENT numtroua judicial d.ultion and 111. THAN8IV11TATION >ar..nt owner> ; Ch... 11 humane, l-ubllo Initructloit of Clay
to sell entire varloua atatut enacted by the Commencing with Ih* ..ohoo'r. llr-H. I l'n. II. urn CcvHnrlnas Countybeen Cove tfprloaT..
crop. Twentytrees Conitrof the l'nlted HUtIt .., *." (1eb-1004, all HinUnu, by Ha. Murlda. All tilde meat In the
that are loaded. Phone FOR RENT Small furnished I* wlthrut qu*.tlnn that *n- ana throuHh: their' moment orauardlan Information ronernln the a. handi of the Hoard ::, later
toP,'ed racial ..arH tlan In the I or rlhar nemeon etand' mount or description of the Property than 4 00 p,m. TII......'. It AUK
184-9218. Mrs J. J. Brock.. I house Couple only..No childrenor publu school of Horlda and I Inc lit loco pxrantb, pholl .save and the name and aildren V",. 1101
f 1 l-lt-2lp other BtatM I I. Illt-nal vlolal (sedum of choice without n'ear of the holder may b* obtained I. Each: .propuaal muit b* mac-
pets {SO per month Neutron the Connlllutlon of the Unltid I \ to thlr race cutup or nat- bv any nr oni nos-Mlnr an onn".nl.,1 by a crtlfld chock
CL.VSSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES : Trailer Park Idlewlld >>lata of Amrlia, and that long vrlvn. to rid any nhailKU Inter**! In th* property by ad. hoard unmndltloiially to the
FOR SALE 1161 English Ford compulaory eeparxto but equal onratrl by the Clay County tinning in Inquiry to Hay 101.II' of fublla Inmructlon of
(Angllal) 1S.3" Annum Phone 2S4-SS96. ihorl system toe the white HUiool yiin asro log the mhool **". mat ComntrolUr a. Ad. Clay County, Ur.*n Cure MDrlnc'
TYPE: (This sizeypt3 miles Pay and negro raw will b. no long- elf their. rholi. All bu... will tnlnlHtralor. Abamlonixl Properly MorldA rr a blddr* bond run
First insertion 'SO and auumo 11 monthly MS-lIp tr "*.01111.01; and ; b* rout *<'rlmlnati, rv Dlvlnlon, Capitol Tallahaa, nlmc\: In favor of lb. Uoant of
up CARD OF THANKS and W1IBKKA8!: th* Clay County bail, according: to aiauol uroll* "In,lot.. Kit aura to mention ac. fubllo Inmruitlo of Clay Uonn
o 30 words for $1.50. all payments of $ct. Phone GCS FOR Uoard of Fubllo I ment.i count n"ntl.*,, name anti addr-, ly. Florida, In an amount equal
IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 S$4-M4S. 8-lMlp RENT! Beautifully tarnished lee obauitlv study :in\o.nf; i IV. PERSONNEL: Aa8ia.NMIC.VrAsiliinnixnt : a. published In thin notlr Un to>> 1% o< the nvatlmum bid
(>ver 30 at Be per word Ad- 10 and IS-ft. wide trait consideration of the varlruapoitlbl I : of Ivnonn-l t at I.... proof of rwnernhlp' !In prnlil *- uric. In c... a bropoaal U not
tlonal consecutive Insertions words for $1.50. all over 30at : eJttrnatlv ha* con i all level. and to all position .. In th* holdr bv (Mober ."" .'.d. rr If a proooial I I. ao.
I SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC Sew ere by week or month Also cludd that It I.I absolutely e*. I hall b* n.d.IhOlll ,*..,.. lorao It IMS th* pron-nv will\ h. n.tru< lion air**.
minimum of $1.20; all 50 per word Ing Machine. Zit-Zage, news on apartments e.. of fine pool .-"u.1 to the ccnllnuid operation .. cclur or natloniil I orlnln. livered to the AdmlnUtratnrTherrofUr . menu I I. ."0111." rod a atla*
'
The following will be lakn .
"'Olf'..s and welfar, of ( slov all further rlnlm 'actory contractor bond I I. t",.
t>ver 30 words st 4o per buttons, makes buttonholes Included. Newt's Motel Vllano tine Char County Kohnol' Hytimtc Imnivillatvlv o<'r u.nl to thlaliolloyi mum h* ftlrrt d la the Admin- )label by th* u.p.Mful bidder

nord. does all fancy designs. Sold Beard Phone St. Augustine formulal dual mhiml a plan>viii,.illmlnallnitth mai IXI-UIH KlnnlnK the the.* thovl aj-at* y.ar InMurvU (.iratnrliny K:, rjrri the b* rtlurnd check or In biddri..ch bond lntan will"*

LEGAL ADVERTISING: TialnliiK Iroaram (orleachers A. AdmlnllratnrlIIJ.ttrllFil within orloil I of thirty ((101
new for over $200. Pay off balance 824-2S19. 8-12-4lp NOW TIIKKrMMIK.: : UK IT :
IlKHOLVEIi '.. lII'h.ln work chap.to : day* thrafii to the bidder
II POINT TYPE : l.v the 'I." ( ""tv
First Insertion $1.40 per of $61.40 or assume monthly Hoard nf PuMlo Instruttlom, all study urubl.me relating to furnlililn some" .

] This size type) First Inch; each additional insertion payments'of $TM. Will FOR RENT S-room furnished member.In orilt-r thorn to comply runturrlim with' that the the at Inaled.hide are end held acid- Urtaremshell shell tie ix inn ('iiitiir rot Ill' or h*I.rrnulr-d'S'he uvieiaful to enter bkliUr Into. a cone will

section to 20Vords tske older machine as part Apt. I to West Street. Phone laws of the land the acid Clay I Imludrt I ,all the laihi uf HIM FIII. HIM Jt lIlt I U. .triii, ,lion i"mnt with the
up $ .80 per Inch; .or as Vainly Hoard of I'ubllo Inilruatlcn .lav County Morlila.' ,*.ardl... dun S Ir.... mum. i> AMIMIII heard, of I'ulilla ln>truttl..n of
for $3.00 nil payment. Tall Credit Manager GCS 284-2212. tfe dom hereby. nine. In effect of ram, color or national orKin. CI. mi MIl tiny County. Horlda In a penal
overflat
required by Statute. All and \lee.
fatuity niictliiK
I our 111500SlOtwe. : sum of not than the mail-
Jacksonville the followln pnlrl>* fff.ollv 1
COLLECT. -- *
I lOc word. Adlitional unnn the dm of the adoption of rlonWim planning aroup wllh WVSI-I' mum "0"".'''''''' price.
per US-I'''. night or day Will FOR RENT S-bedroom house, the n-.nlulli>nI : Uath-rs and prlnolual will ti.d..eeenaalril \HII.U\I! J. W :t.K"HI'I': A 4. The owns r*>.,... the
consecutive in- HIKKIKIM Of" CIIOlCKl .. W. ('/101.11<: and UUtUUIt VUK \'. Platt to '.I.'t all bide and to
I deliver no obligations. S7S Bayard Street Call Marvin ill Kv-rr ihlld eligible to V. htTlh, 1 'ItATlliS OF 1'l'l'II..aI. :III)Ml: wale* minor Irr-vularltl* or
minimum of READING NOTICES: Per Taylor VA I'AIIKNTH ANU I'l'III.IOl Inlntirr error* whir. mail i throuah In.advern *
utious! /- pREPOSSESSION 4-1611. or VA t.un. to enter and Intending to otter .
A verbatim I'araaravhat .
Hi,. flat through 'lit* IwvUthrradv ropy of \I. *. Any nuth lrr*.u
L'.40 nil over 30 wordsfc line, 25c.DEADLINE. St. Augustine '1-8-tfe In 1'11"11" .<.hoi.la of Clay 11 and. III herein eat out will' J. A KkMiKim! laUo known a* larltle or error mint h* cor
; SALE Two County at the krirlnnlna'' of the h* ou"I1."." In the Clay loiintyCrcitvnt. John .1. an.lrs> end) llfcTl I. r-i'i..l rn Ih. promiul In which
word. Uh.|S" arhool vrnrhell hate anil 1'h* llru N*..s* MAMiMI: talnu known *. Hilly they not ur, prior to the ".oul.
per bedroom and bath frame Loan..n enroll papvr, a weekly nwni>ai>.r of Krllr, Ion nf any I'on."u.'tlon contract
HELP She rlaht in In the fore :
acre plot In Mlddleburg. RANTED nicety' all White, or t".m.rlr allNxro In ill illitrlliutloii, allne a wwtk rn.Unti. whli,'h .may Ii* awardwl lh..r*"n.
SSIFIED DISPLA r: Per : Noon Tuesday "" shoot n ar..t hie rlrtin f tmmadkrtrir: : \ ) oouixutlv l wk MititN or iii I. "I&n. and nmIflrmtion.
$1$1 down; $ja monthly Call *. and *nl lump Inch 140. No dls- preceding publication date collect Phil Black Jax 250- SALES WORK: Excellent all **rvU and faillHI. Ir.: ; of thia Itoiilullon. liftIV U Hiindii' al.i. known Ar<.hlit' AMI'S: ritTH
All imull registering for 'the A IA ..
Ar.hll-il, IT
attic at Bald M h..ol. The Creation a* litly Edit | I'urk lr t
iunts.8LEl. of Thursday. 21... 8-S-2U opportunity; for Bomi- .f rhok herein' aiantd I Ii im.lmiil eihoul) veer durum lull trrtan Hirivt Jiukunnvlll. ,, MnrliU llDrn a

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . atanlyd to thY narelIL 0' a",4. Aunti'l II loch ihrwiah AUHUI Now tiri.ale. l..u..Iatta 1 i I'lioilt. of III.nil. These dpolt
- .. retired man to 17. slot will .b* furnished by a will h returned .
HIli II 11111. III......... . fT' fl. . . . . . I II FOR SALE or RENT! I. Pen or woman Ian of the pupil or runll, In.v"lv' Ui-nxim. I.anher urlmlpal. rr Toil AUK> IlkltMIV. : .V.IIJI-.I ItuMlull tiiion the r*
.
turn Ih and
of plnn pelfl*
or la mh pertun ..n.l.'nil" a him. bran fll"d analiiil > Three bedroom FOR SALE bedroom brick I any Farm. Two bedroom house, call on busiiien8 louses in In lord ".."lIti. to .1I'h punllor the Office of the Nui>*,ilninit 'nt. In the alntltltd rouse ami rattonn In rural' inn.llllon
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of Public iruitlon Inalrurl.lone
ci.tr 0rP1111.1.
in"
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wllh rarport. floor fur house en t lots 5e :x US' each. furnlahrd. Lot 8V front by 130' Clay County nroa. Kxj: >on- i'hole uupll* must and b*urh...rol.frdi..l .at the of ., and form. on whhh. .nereioe Ihilr! file that: your you at aiwwrr* hard wllh I -;::*'r.t.t:: '"* IYN1'ill'CTIIN.! IMI\iir UIIRRVCOM" :

and air rndllloner In. Within city limits *n N. 8t. : deep. Eaat side golf coon. son plus liberal conunision. uw.lfi.il limn and. In T.the*<'hirs manner iirliulpal hrln' "(hair.nt.iholr ur auardlun of the toe*.hnol nil uf the* Court uunn sod the h'pUmiirts dive' a uimVlhrriif ale I'. Tvn; NI'IIIMmJ .. Jr. 1IIII.rln'.h4.

Good location. All C,* Johns Ayenne. Mill sell for- Garage. Elwood Johnson. GCS. . Mint( have car. Full and other , .dI.I. I.
not b* p-rmittad to recommend :
nfurnlahed., For i I. Phone 284-mt. Realdenee SOS er, i.rlnclnnl' or the dfrii of
ttnelnt. Corner of Idle. nlahed or olherwlt Influent : 1I..I.k An.I".oll
: :;
I or part-time work. IntercHfinjf or I the 0UDrlntnd if I'uhlla, Iniruttlon iv TUN! <'IIH i ir (UHT Orl'.11
derUInn Nor will arhoilMironml I'. 11. hog' rathirenn
uih
and highland. Avenue. formatlo phone ZM-Sltl or South MtgnolU. GCS. (tope elthur' favor ur i..n* m" liiier than Auuupt Core Sirloin." Ftarbin i in > iv, "."ltI" \

14-3111. 7-lS-tf 1230. '3tfe po-Jte Tarn )1101.11) ,tfoIUYER'S sales Kcrvlco work. allse ibildreli' b*"au.* of the 117... huh, Written Inmruciinn nut Ini-r than lIol'tombo Otis. I. lbasrerya
I aicnmiMiiv funs Sri- % en''pll-C'
Write ahohe. madeIb .W.lh A. I Ii. 1106.
fully to "Salon", ) In the *v.nlrcri>wd, I line forth In pullil I If >.u fall tin dii no. daces pro 11.:1.1.:: :. KIMUIIEU
P.O. Hox 578.$ (1CS tfc lee r..ull. at a tinrtlouUr' .. ho..1| I sot nit ,In at.thin. It-oluili.n ihnU" rf I'irmltllna thea''hoal ?mfraio will 1 b* *nl-rnd nitalnil I'Ulntiff
; > :
tholi nude.rlmrit. I'f
fri.m the you fur the relief dmmnda4 In va.
.. b Scent ..|rtyn I nt to b* attended. lice I IMVIIMKiunnrii...
a l nment shall > the vu..II\I"t.. l
\ ,> ttusiuiiiy without record to .Iin.I,h-il rupvM fi.lluwlna-. ..h.1Ib. 1h. lulu' of sold' cult I.elnafor iKfemUnt
Thi rm
GUIDE ,..1.1 ronnldcralluns I II > the rn 1", ,. uf
WANTED ri mi Milan '
furnished the %run ii K it irTDK
lo uaienl orMiisrdUn
.. ..h..lo. I .
I i 1bo h">* ar* .in uiiiliirliiN the properly| and
of earh child t-nl-l-r-"
I C 'Irrt.d bf.aui of v-rrrtwd- lirnil. loreiet In tiny fi.iiniy, HTATK' UK KI.UIIIUA 'TOlHAVIIi
I ,Ice will l nuilfled and |irmlllri Inc in all.'nH M honl In 'Ih. lliyI'.unlv :: : .1. .. : : N. KIMIIIIIUI4
WANT EI NhlU >* i H.irl.i.I rllie.1 I a* fulliv.:
baby oilier Hi hi nl KV.UIII fur Hi*
4 Ml t'.1 III.. IHIS
JU.it
rlrrIv. rhIt >
I I it' mali an i ., Th. runt fA fr nf Irfil 4. \
hiol Ift4A.I"U.
I lth IransporUllon. For after i.r 4 form-rlv N*.ro ur fnrmnrhVhlU NIIIM. your t.1I' lI'rt'I'S'1': lll.uk,, 11 llr..n t'.II. Hl.rlniiMnviiirillim All O'I"n|"
3MIITIOMMO BtH.R.\GES: 'REAL ESTATE I M"ho..l) 1)n.I.) Mr I.41.l1ea.-. ---- to pint ,.''''r.I..1 In NIIWUIII: (. MCW: VUIIK
I noon Phone 281-2714. after II. HMIIwritATIOS % of nrhrol tlr.tioi list hook I, v"a< I I. puMl.rrt .' YOU AILS IIK1IKIIY= NUTIK1ED
8 p.... 8-12-lto 11. All nuplli llnllnK. ... .hoollit t .i'K.fnnua Iletahlenrh.MI .II..t.1 ; 'unla nf I'lav Onuiih riuril : thai a suit hoe beet filed against
the title ','"UII.I' M"licu| My*. I'llI *. r u In the abave' alhlel goose
i MILBERGER TWIN REALTY trm durln .ti. n tool y-ar 10c/ 1I'"nh. 1&1.h nrhno) 1.11 \MINK:"M my hand and lilt aol you are heeeby ritiiril to
PAUL'SAll I Will rare for chile m,6 ....u '-*'01" fur Ih".uh..1 C )0,.. ".. Port hr a Sr' Coal ..r mid Court at ilri-vn 'IIV. .erv. "".." i.Uinllfl' attorney
veer ln.J-i flAk hr rtluin* Hi.rlnnkluIda.' lhl. led da>' whore end sddrase .
/liltXd// I 1. I! nepee appeal
FRIGERATION & dna In m, home S days weekly Inn. the r..II..II..1I forma to soy 11'icm, 't 1 b'I.'n'' tJlI of Ancn.l 10(1; .I.. hrcn your W rlU... lIot."".*. 1
I i..h.r |: the ufflu. etr.aqM10 nprlnae J. } fist 1&1' HNAI/ If any. le the bill of vumplalnl
Realtor $13 with lunch. Prefer teachers Mi.arlolrndeet;
of the of Fonts* 111.11 Whie'f .8 im.iiiiM f. I"ARI.IIII.I':. .In stud. .ult, rnpy or wh11'h. I I.
Legal Beverages 6 RENTAL ft ALES children Phone S84-2U4. liwliuitlon between August) \l 10]}: 1-hey, Utll 1I".lnl) ,.It lrk, nf riranil, lburt .flu,1. In yea herewith, an ot
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i WI Ihruuak Aimii-t i lay ,' FS'rWslhrt ,
.nIY.
SERVICE I )('herl.tl'. .nn.1t before Hulinkr' T A U IMS.llrln .
.
raiM-lf' nrli d. .
ft ACREAGE ft LOTS Durnu curb Ml.ln.: ..h..1 1.1 : ".... I. "Curll.l fall
nnl or drone
that Ih* prorunfai.u
Open 8 A. M. I* 1 A. :SL Residential Commercial PERSON iwr-in It Miall nr ta*auar.luil mandatory uf the' puullruUirln fiT. C. Millar Hmhi : 1.5-41, hiMUM -'*' (lark, will b* nir-d. against I

.,.,t..t... ...M..e..... I la Mt-nd 'H..I, ilur-. honl 1-S _, .ou for 'the relief> preyed. In th.
*.. H...... Br>l- > Industrial i EXIT Three and lag. the e.'hord vear 1.00.1004srrcl.e ( lit rltin.i' aVhool nannermen IIi I I bill ofmpUli.' .!.
Here yean > the rhou. rmid In K OK ll'1-111'1110 ( Tim !N\uiir: or SAID
1 1 8. Palmetto Street )", I'.rk rlirn.M4h : I
Dual County Line Serving Greater Clay County I snore, have I ,bens In "Th.I f..ratirl>b It.I hereof. .n.>ml >I.* ton 'r 11 111.1111: UK I Nil rpll Mvurr. 'UI1'I!I
lome Phone UI..,,, of Park Notary Pubtte IJrVs wine 101 All liuuila tlh"r.allln* North Contest" and
Orange I .u rrinf the see of five ( I lwhN0I 1 I." M IL TII.I.INHII eeal of MM: Court .1 n Core
-Inns Phone 211511.IACF.t NIONE freely lo labor that rhjmrsj nine <" moniti" m or bef">r* ( M. K Hall ri.in. I le the tulle uf the rwllnwini Mnrln ., Klnrlrfa. ihl,*I'i I day f
'
!
I I the firm day uf ih* month wlihmwl ahlol; I-I ties Ca rlihual..ud, tae filed: MM: lopllth'NU 0' Au..., A l>. I'J4Siirniuin .
BOATS Office 284-JCI1 with having my My, a* I I.I.cruwl*. open ni1tiilll nrliiv d .t aoy Sac ( II.... tire 'Inlet I:l-in, Inv a tag d>*d 10 I h' IaPAL/' :

Orange Ay. .. al Bay St. brightened the WI,. throws rear hll. be 'h".1 torn.I'uplte I.' l uJi' Ilii-rnurt I r.rllncele i.rurk PAltlIIIM,
1",1., .r 'the I (:MlUilt.l.iir- ",", I :e0nlbae: ;Hill ;..r hOn t IMIIBN., >, Circuit, ('IIUftIY

'V Al'WJAXCBSERVICE Green Cove Springs the years painting "aign of who Intend for I'l Ih,commence* I.yCe ll... I .........,,1 t., OHirlviuh' .if |iri>i'rly and the I ilrai* M: Carli.U.
the d e' .. .... .
.1.1)01 1 nm in obi. h .....wit ere a* Ii-Ptily ( l> rk
the llmr"s Of .rb inn the 1'hay..nlv
a now I IN j.T7.-j;; ;,
INLET MARINAand (fulliwi: II, r (Onrill,
I $ shell. i lor and i ,
PIIOLftTCRY H h.,1 nt-m .. ;
Ihroaih. and lo fading eye aiiardianor Addra., -- iVrtlfli-l N.. II A/h.rnor for I'UlntiffAdtr '
I Ikr. i. b their iwr-nl or i ..... heir July I. l un
l\Ve All Brands :: In ki. 'I I. Illirh f iMiiana ..illuink ,
Repair .landine I
Boatyard bowl| to. my Inendi I am .., .th-r vr.on an X h..I.I silianlv pI Hm In Kkinh aednallAllen Hull 1 ldloe(
the form r*
Ise'rylcinf; Clay County TO ( Ihsl'a lo r-uldi-r at formerly all r hole* f' r I"S/.|M4 r..ih* l Aa.15aline.rimllo rtrnn Ci apr'ei, b'IuriJm
A Z UPHOLSTERY log *hy| more youthf = >
Whit or
!I : Year. I hoi-, of p, bo,l for 11004 ISSS. ) ,: )'.rl nf Sail I,, no II
rr Minion Tears )'tRct'RYfl.LF.I .l skill I have lb. brush now) rn. hail l -f lh.ir rljjlje thrhm.l" Tear .n".1 a ,IMtie.hid him k II Xnrth Nuhuru' a. a's.lips
lit Magnolia Avtnue 1'r.'I. elr rldi-* ... ..Irn'tito ,.,.. .. limit1.
A 8ER\ICE :: IhrnSih tn thin form smut ,4. | la I. *d peer --- -- -
nre rack Ph. 164.U6SluiLERTON'S God .ha. painted "our path lathe t) Ul' < am I.arh" urineIhI cc tiff M 1""'.*'. dill!

Green Cove !Springs ."." Clatid S. (Hbern812llp "IirJ Ik- the """-'I.t.". eel uf I'orllfhilo No II Hurl It tI ot' A PPI.IC 1 flU'
MOTOR4-TRAILER: *) Phone 214-2711 oohle nn.frrln' .:Inl: .KPK.iil.ll... *' on rr to-for tar ..f l I.u.ni<* July I. 1,45Name Otis, 'rhO t.......
.ia nToV erfc7MM, M"who Au uit ft :11."t.; 1 '* .a.4i, iHLiitur UIVB.V.
1.elthe pmtmoaly In hlik a* *
*
llnd
Wet A Dry Storage FL'RNITVRECANVAS ----.. - .- - :bid': :. t"o all-:: I" .!r I.' :|I"In ,:;. h .n.1t to. ' W (III "'. rr..man TI 'l"lV l ANI .r A H aIN It Y

14 N. Orange Aye. Marine Wsysf.S. ..,..., ...fiua. ih" fk""! yes? IlirlRit'I!"OS.:i!'I' 'TKHI'mrn..ar'nl' |.* lelxlli..n / \ TIllmk I. Ibe huld: p of :: fultuwte. :
IIIr.U'\t
WORK ... *. .', "..I '""'. !.: Hto 't : ::: *. tat teetmllaile and 411.4. eeierrlinnate .
. en rvctpg*. 281-4(14 IIIGIinAT IT SOUTH DOAT TOPS CUSHIONS I.In'n, .Iltbi flr-t "rarIi. shall l hvad : (! ilnard it l'ulo" pus i r'lt.1 In land U-M.k t.. 5mii'. fur a tan died. I. bemudd
through \U'' ir |.."nl oy rib thereon. 'the a.rtilmete.
FARM LOANS
tOfNlTNO Orange Park Phone S64-8I1 SLIPCOVERS MADE ...."..* Or' ,11' lean ,'."*; InatruyIopJY.gNl; p/ TYNkS: JN samba slid boar al Iseuanue.do.eripllua .
CVIKIriil If
( 'e.
the
of l
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in I I- 'i '""M. .l.lr In- proixriy aa<
"c futile/
"New Furniture' f. rli '111511.I or fire OS'I". 'rial.nd.nt. 01 Tar (if /.wear. July I, IMIlanu Mini* .In wb'ek ai*.*.*a ar* a..
INS CRANCE -os- i.rl,' all N. I. ,..I' .MV" .lrl"ll" 7.11-its : In whre5.ee*M .dil '''II..w.,
ED! ACCOUNTING "llh the Old Comfort'C "' l'>eni IU I. Ni.reee C-rilfUaf No U
0
A. IH'MMtL TIMBERDAIRY '0.i \n\'.* I NU'thr'iiim'CHURCH .! MI I UK nr li,'liti '"% wa'eisll.nl: MR gu"rl.r nf lotI Vr vf l..iwni July I, lilt
0 ii-wii trlm liSt IM...k M. North Hiihurk,, Name In.hi,< k .....4-41,
FARMS w11K:
AND I ) ,1111.l imilltHi.rlIn ..(tut MM I. William, lutilUalur
FRANK WM.OHO
fart of tat IIII
TAX SEHVICK; : RANCHESPARTTIME NOTICES : II. Ir.lat.nflillK ('.rtlllral. Ho MTr ln.ripun..uh K South .ubwrk. *. bond

IIKM. lOt I.."...... Job .. IMI en NurlK tM
title Kenney: Owner 0 4 '' saied, 31a4ee b.IJoII"n';
(Special Agent BAXLEY TRIM SHOP Nail by .Viiillt
Orange Ave. Oreen Cove GENERAL FARMS ('IIRI"" \ !M1ENCYSOCIETY T.. ALL wlpAI IT MAT IMX.: No.* I III/l I.*Whjl'h'rricnum/ CMMMdlWlrtl can TV.*I N. Was: matuii ......
Peasant I.n'- I "I'IIIN rwurdi la IMI| Moult. II I.
laearaar. oil a*
TeL 284-6731 lie Meet lale-tild Avenue ("(..tit-* I* Meets Inn' that liMarlhtK.ii. lfI. lUix-k
Complete Insoraiwe Covrrage R-l. B*i IS Long Terms . no llt .ton I I A I bite III** mr (lust rwrl aa .4. 111 A in heal Best ft : fl
on.ilieil :Services:; CI r. F. .. 'I71..tI". *C :Ik* **ial* '"[ All.f aald ,rr|..rly. UlnaT 'In All of acid .re ..",IY bni In
lamntinz LIFE: FIRE AUTO Phone 2II-2M5 penalty on prepayment V. .lUfrwilla Are. Iii. I dneeoed, (Ih.5ins I lh' yliy ef Ur ? filed my pe1111na fir final ., rittrMan .
c & Tax HOMEOWNERS Orrre Cove "Springs FEt rR.\LLAM> GREEN: (0\1. SPEINGS! I 11*. k.rue and Ihat I HIM -Vl-lr CM|> M aiMb .*rllfl.ai*. kall [' |. >.,. k eee'ilhulr0 hall
Iasst.: _. .1._.'. .......1. Thuma J. lll>*r.1 ..
UORTOAOE: LOANS I. ram lion I l.r l iw*, in4 a Ma,4ll. he how tit nd.nm.d ecu'.bur In taw
Iotiirn5! .. .. tN *-. I noniDAAoml .. .. I'ounlv : :: ., .
.4 *aH ait era r BANK ASSOCIATION Oalr > of.lay I ik* ari> rlrrH.. l in sue hrtlflol Ih. ir" 'riy 4e. r .1 IN ''I i h
Foe HOSPITALIZATION _. !. *ll r...>......f mrHf. I I 1'1..1. n ih* l lk. fl.y ,' l .. will b* aohl' I I* tki. -r'lfl"' 41- ..hell 'I. .I I.I l. Ih*
11*..14 l ....t.r .H>*>*-SS tear of GaJiMv4ne I6. IMSbjeell KUH l''l. It .,..,.,...1 l nf tb. 1 .....t t>i44. r al his ('U, Mull I, ."..l I. mII.< ,i 'II? life Shell
<* ,inean Firms & Phenet Green Cove 2842J4JJickfonvllle lilB M..l-y IJI.. I .....-..-.. ". "- end for final 4l,*..lirx. ,tour, al I le n A, M .n th. Iti.i i" r .i! l5 I nu A M n the (lr.l
INN till SW.UIh Street A imlnleiinirli. of IHlal* ....., .,.., the 1,1.1, M..I.. '1'.. .d.an ., ar. r Ih. r".t 10and.r
IndividunUVUI.Y'S USIItI ..... "'.11 loal.lat.. I ....!. II IMI I." .t trie It. I.*H ...ret 4 tmr. Phone 371.1414Mlles 11... t(.4 ..*y *f Jab lr. "I" whh. II .. in. lib Jay r.. I Ion r site 1 .II I. r J. 'J 'I'I.
TOT 1'. ai"f .H* A eerdUl InrlUlUn Iiitrnd- Mar* l<*im-nb/.r-i. 1 I..r I." e "' '
oases reed Parldt41ro MILK nrinrRT ISLE PICKIP 4artalralrii. ) .r ik. *... p Ur., e Iho. 7.tin.rt !
services.
r l U attend ..' bale of in. II. loll des 1'Irek .., the II. rI'e.e I I.I 'f Il.r'" IIv 'fI
r1T1s11TFi Dr1.11'1RYTRY > -- -- -- -- tensed. ,'''v. imIoar f 4. I ,_, I ", Olin, rlbI.12 : [ .
idle/'IAw I It.t"" 11 _
Morris -- .
ILORIDA TRADERS \X' D.



fa Pabner Cove .Sprlags U TeL 1"-FkeUat "" r)bui.*>* ... A SMALL AD I MADAM ROBERTS ,


u*.es S. Orange Aveamo

Tel. S84-M44 Attjtnej Milt J
FOR 1 Ue.od Palm. Reader / t
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.onvillejIHaadUf DELIVERYCALL I READER ANN) ADVISOR you don't trade A

A CoDssi ... HOME BIG RESULTS J


TeL 171.ttUE with we've both
TRADE Df AXTTHINaOF 244-t.4t oe. 224-SI64 UI,

TALCE. : - Can help yew with aO affair of life.There .


f ICE EQCIPMEXTAMER1CA.1 n'n*>tTiRK ra'UID ICP7UI. I are a* problesM toe great for. her to help pee lost !

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CO. We give the
FCaWHTRf
AIR BASE best poaUble Job Ii I

omcE: scppiT co. Carpeting Tai- Psnnsro Applfa.ce.ChonpNo .+ on roar printing. SPECIAL READING $1.00 AN aSH: N01ti'e

y....ai.nags Oar service. : win I
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+ td E. Jones Jr, Owner L pleaos! m.' an4 FRED DAVIS BUICK- P0N11AC/ INC.
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aMa Be .v.u wO be I AH readlags. prlvaU a4 eMsflVitUI i ,

Specialists la JatttMvffle< ET -461t our reajonabto.price I iI tit Ora.o A'. ....... lU.tSU-II&.JUS 01


Office Supplies and DART AX. .. 10 P. M.rm .
CUst4fWl A4to CALL CS FOR ALL
Office: EquipmentOKpleto Try MILES socni or RTAEKE ox niomvAr MI !

TW PRINTEO MATTER took For The Slgs Of '

'- Line of .Greeting ClAY COUNTY CRESCENT T'I'I'

Cards for steoiyAsaastog cur COCNTT CRESCEXT ETEBTBODT JI


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.. PAGE-SIX Cag( Bounty( (!Crescent: THUBSDAT AUGUST It, M/S


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U **** Elegance Underfoot **fi{ HOW SRUAD. WAS BORN Forestry 'LaboratoryDedicated


111 I As A Matter Of Fact ]II r AT FIRST IKIAD WAS FLAT
e 9i t 8,000 years ago people on the At U. of, F.
+ Yaw other lido of th* world mixed
. I a flour and water'to coke flat
t : cake of bread which they bakedon Forestry at the University of a slowly approaching "crisis"in
County's hot itonei placed' 'In the Florida took a big step forward obtaining the right type of
qualified municipalities will get more I
I than bright tunllght. Monday with,the dedication of wood at reasonable cost.
$8,500 from June cigarette tax collections, accordingto
4 w Rex Morris director its new Forestry Physiology and "We must provide research
of the.State Beverage Dept YEAST DISCOVERED!
Genetics Laboratory to hold back this crisis,"* he
111W Close to half the distribution goes to the City of Green BY ACCIDENT laboratories will providea
The said, "and seek to Improve the
and
Yeast make bread r''. 'It
cI
cc I Cove which will receive ",111.75, Distribution to Orange, woe most likely, found by "acci new program In forestry tree Itself, its'growth rate, disease .
Park Is 1297875; to Keystone, 11,82004; and to Penney dent" An Egyptian baker forgot physiology and 'th* existing resistance, wood quality,

t Farms, $102.17.Statewide about hit dough , wild yeast ? program In forest genetics and drought or flooding tolerance

r o- distribution is close to 13.4 million, represent- calls tented' on b.' and when tree Improvement. as needs require."

( Ing approximately two tenths of one per cent of the total It was baked, th* dough popped Director John Gray, chair Gray said It was hoped a
p distribution. The County. population b about twice that up high and light. The Occident man of the Forestl'1school and I tropical forestry program'' would

in percentage of Florida's population, was g "r success, !, associate forester with the be underway by fall of 1966

S r,,. YEAST IS A LIVING PUNT state Agricultural Experiment with graduate course work. He
e 1 For hundreds of yean men won- Stations, pointed out that facts indicated an undergraduate

r Louis Reynolds' aluminum submarine, the Aluml- dared what yeast was. 'In 1839 show each one Of Us uses ap- program this area would begin
( louts Pasteur found that yeast 490 pounds of pulp
naut, last week set a new endurance record for research proximately the following January
( was a live plant For yeast lives yearly.
and pulp products
submarines by operating for 30 hours at depths to 2,700 and breathes and grows. It 'Is a "ThIs emphasizes l the need Buren E. Brice, chairman of
feet. II hard worker... When It "meets the State Board of Forestry,
for an increased flow of money
sugar, yeait makes bubbles' that told officials that the Forestry
A five-man crew took the battery powered III.fooot craft into the development of land
8c 8a to 2,700 feet 24 miles south of Bimini Light off the Bahamas I rail the dough. for growing wood as an industrial Industry was "second" only to

according to Mr. Reynolds, chairman of Reynolds' International YEAST "FARM" STARTED raw material," he said. tourism and citrus.U. .
Inc. The submarine normally carrfes a crew of 8 Rep D. R. Matthews,
t: 'IN A TEST TUII i He noted much of the land
T ( L two. yeast w* DM today comes in south and central Florida I who received a service award
vc' from little" tube of' 'from the Florida Forestry Association .
lest
a yeast for
is low in basic productivity
931 During lta.2,700-foot dive the Alumlnaut was about 30 I
with former
that Charles Ffelschrnann, on AUK'Man along
c'CI M p fathoms from the bottom of the in the Bimini producing timber and new
ocean Light
kRag r brought to America In b. State Senator W. A. Stands,
f area, said Arthur L. Markel, vice president and general methods must be developed to
CIb 1vS "iii 1868 The yeast that has hisname said the nation is losing a million
1 on-have manager of Reynolds Sub-Marine Services Corporation. improve this. The director also
Hoors-thoso things you once Just walked become Is the beat known yeast In I acres of forest land yearly
m lor decorating factor for every room in tho house a. the subsidiary handling Alumlnaut operations. Markel, America today, and the Flelich- stated that there were signs of to other uses
H This couple c ipso a zesty Spanish motif for their living room, reporting from the submarines tender, the Profiteer, said mann'i Yeast Plant 'In Peekiklll, these factors,
K and cmiEhted; it with an exciting vinyl asbs.tos floor pattern crew members indicated performances of the craft was, New York It the largest 'In the Over 9,000 people in need of "Because of
A tntno em art end 1 ingenuity created new this year, excellent world immediate medical attentioncome there is a need for a more intensified
rE ma p..uun, Pebblcfloi' by Rubeioid, 1'ends I pautlfuITy with through the emergency production of timberon
G" looms earthy rtmospheie. A smartly deslgrc I s.one concept Markel said the 30 hour run was completed vilth sub Hospital the average acre In this
tl' ih. m,, t laincave grout lines in colors' the.t hnmonl-e wish a More 'Interesting 'fact about yeast together, with Illustrated directions entrance to the Teaching -
In \'e pcbj'a Inc' ":ojnd, ill an rxcilent editing point for any stantial reserve of power in the batteries The xubmarine for preparIng a loaf of bread are found 'In The Young Cook'i of the University of Florida state"
pc i atir" cche' traveled a distance of some 70 miles at speeds up to 3,11' Bake-A.Bread Book." Written especially for S to 12 year olds, a 's J. Hillls Miller Health Dr. J. R. Beckenbach director -
knots Part of the underwater cruise was across the Gulf free copy of this booklet may be Obtained by writing Flelichmann'i Center each year of the Florida Experiment
Stream, from Grand Bahamas Bank. to Miami. Average Yeast, PO Box 509, Madison Square Post Office, New York, N. Y. In ISM, the outpatient clinics stations said he would }like to
to List Your' Clay County Property with depth was 1,200 feet. 10010, at the Teaching Hospital see a program started in rang

pr of the University of Florida's tattle and forest management,
R< t J. Hillls Health Center were calling It a "natural" .In light

SihL Frank W. Brown Johnny can read but he might not have space to SRt&ftT IDEAS visited by 67,999 people. of the states, resources.

; sleep if his bedroom contained all the books a child must

we And Associate read through 12 years of school. FOR A SAFE HOME

foi, Today's average student Is required to complete about sit ii '. COTNEYTIRE
Registered Real Estate Broker 432 books in 12 years of grade and high school, the American I You can help 'lower the high ,I f
Optometric Association[ points eut. yl percentage ef home accidents
with properly located
1S44 C.S. Highway 17 Orange Park If he continues on to college, another 203 volumes can .. /
lighting. A three-way control -
Phone ....IIM be added to the pile, "This Is In addition to all the visual t switch governing lights

I I I aids In teaching, and it places a severe burden on a. child's I' at the top and bottom of I ".1SERVICE
I h vision abilities," he says. faire 'lessens the danger? ,

With progressive education leaning towards more visual III I I tripping on your ilairwaylta JacksonvillePhone
Cor. Park King
aids, A vision deficiency can seriously handicap a student.
"And it's not easy for the youngster or his parents to tell I'' i EV 9-J027 or EV -1411.
whether a vision problem exists, "Dr, R. Timothy Carter '


SEE YOU ATfEchie's comments Reading, in only one aspect of the seeing process, and TIREsl1VtoID

the demands of that alone In school Is overwhelming," the 'r'
Orange Park optometrist adds.

He urges students and parents to devote more attention -
to their vision for better school achievement by recommending
To male the front stairs ef year the smallest U the LARGEST t
piofesslonal vision examination( at leant
a once a
friends
home safe for family and ,
year, install Sylvanla Incandescent +1 e w v Distributor Miller Tires Autolito" Batteries
lamps In porch er stoop lUturet on
both sides of your front door RECAPPING -:- RETREADINGORAXQB
HUKKICANE HINTS
INI REPAIRINGand
With the official hurricane season (August and Siptembfi ew

) upon ui, the University of Florida's Institute of Food D t iwr1R In-

J J and Agricultural Sciences has some suggestions . justIn .
PAKK
ORANGEDAIEWJiete the event Dora should play a return engagement
When working In your shop,
The following irugraphs contain some of their hints: : b* tur* the your lighting Sinclair Station Road! Sonko

If disaster should strike, how would you and your family ; covers all el your work iur
I fare on food you have In the house face Supplement a large 191 U. S. Highway 17 Phone Ill-Mil
'J' fluorescent fixture with
Now Is the time to stock up with ample! food, before you j \ 0 ISO wore flood r. .
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I Nutritionists with the Florida Agricultural Extension ) socket> for dote, i
He llcst 1'ioplc Mitt --
t exacting
Service advise every family to build up and keep a
2-week supply of regular food In the home. work. NOW STORE
.,
Foods should be in cans, Jars, or tightly sealed paper

\, containers. Select foods that will last for month. without S33 LJ3S.
,''" 'a'J refrigeration or can be eaten with little 01 no cooking
j' <" ",
;' 's" M4 In your reserve food supply include evaporated or nonfat OFFROZEN
J dry milk 01 whole diy milk; commercially canned meat,

}- poultry, fish, cooked dry beans, end pi'IIS; canned fruit : Don Pool's FOOD. .
1 I
and vegetables and juices and dried fruit, cereals, flour
f cflvr mixes, macaroni, spaghetti, and noodles! ; spreads for bread
and crackers, such as cheese spreads, peanut and nut butters SELF-SERVICE: COW LAUNDRY

\ jam, jelly, marmalade, preseives, honey, syrup, apple I Palmetto A ll.mtpa. Green CT I

and other fruit butter, relish, catsup, mustard., Open II fleari Every Day II I

It's important to plan what to do when the power goes FbJkw-BendU Machines

rj off before power! failure occurs, I Drable tea aa 250 If-Lfc. Single Loader Ue .

Water light, heat, and food are essential: for family com- Platt Dm lie

j foil, Each person will need at least a half a gallon of watera KVEBYBODY WELCOME:: ,
day for inking/ You can substitute\ juices and milk "

4 l When water supplies are cut off, sanitation becomes a I 1 __. '
problem. You'll need! disinfectant lor any water you reuse +er +fie aM!:y.Ajt.'rtrrriaTsaf: w." U".t'u! edtr' :L I

for dishwashing, ,
il. You'll need some form of lighting to move about safely MADAM BESSIEShe )
a. ttlr .If II'OO"J'tAlGES11WCI
flashlights and fireplace can
Candles kerosene lamps, a
il.r provide needed light. mill\ read your entire lit* past, 1

r NOW OPEN If you want to have water available for bathing, brushIng present and future. She sake no questions CI SlAJttJA1

0. / teeth, and dishwashing it should be of the same quality but will tell you what you want to _,i ; COUOOAl ai

J as water stored for drinking, and must be stored In additionto know, living date and facts of business, i- R (}fAIl W1I1SI

A 4:30T010P.MMONFRI.NOON the amount mentioned above. Another 7 gallons of love, health and family affairs. Will -
: water is recommended for such purposes help you find lost art. TELL you whom I
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ViI It Is of utmost importance that water stored for emergency you mill marry and when. U the one you

TO 9:30: -- SAT., SUN., HOLIDAYS use be clean. Any water that has been tested and love U true, what part of the country Is 1.-
approved by health authorities would be safe to store luckiest for you, and what to do to be

f: 'ucHi CliukinFrioil Fried Oysters! If there is any question about the safety and cleanliness successful. Will reunite the separated, 9. 7 CU.:
.,i-! of the water you intend to store or if It has not been tested ,locate absent friends and relatives and FT.
Slu' Fillet of Flounder\ \ be- cause happiness between mae and wife
,: imp and approved by health suthoiltles, It must be purified I
lovers quarrels Tells, If sickness or bad luck b
Makes KELVINATOR
up FOOD
fore It U stored. FREEZER
with Slaw I'tcnch Fries! mill Rolls naturalen.mIH. evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell
The safest way to purify water is to boll it vigorously
but will tell the truth. One visit will repay
for 1 to 3 minutes. to please you 3 Fail'Freezing Shelves' Now Only
dlssppolntments all others. 1 not only wad your t
TOG 0 you for Removable. Shelf
ir v 1MgaglatlgDlBBGglpYlpdaDllDtkgpGJohn's! UIIIIIIIIIIIIIUII'" life like an open book but 13.1.0 help you out of your $
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sick and worried when you can b* helped and
everything made clear by consulting THIS OirFlD Magnetic Door Casket all 4 sides

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: r M f5.! & Penney Farms Kleckik Home SoldGerald OF RESERVE COMMANDS OFFICER'UNIT ARMY t I


: : MBS. HERBERT D. MTERS, Phone S2t-m Colonel Harry R. Tuebner,
of, Orange Park has assumed SOLITAIRE THE DO IT. 'ward .sequence they 11\11''be
of EPORTER, 'Mrs. Mary reports having had a good Is lately of Penney Farms Floe command of the Florida Sector : moved singly from one layout pileto
storey In absence of Mrs. Her- week's rest at the very delightful ida. The couple will reside In Command. IV U. S. Army YOURSELF CARD GAME another Thus, when descendIng a base.
h Ibcrt D. Myers: on vacation. High Hampton Inn at Clarksville." Corps WAS. Want to be the Seat In your grows sequence higher to of meet a layout the pile, the
neighborhood to tame a tea menit -
h. Phone 529-8932. Cashiers, North Carolina. Mr. Colonel Tuebner has been ondut'l er 7 Just thulTle together twostandard cards from the layout. can be
11. The Rev. Herbert W. Oee Wright's built on the base In rapid< sue
brother Norman and Members of Memorial Home v at Sector Headquarters decks of curds and you'reready I'
11. I'ill! be the preacher Sunday his wife from Baltimore 'were Community who were able to since June when ha returned for. "Octopus"an intriguingSolitaire. ceulon.The balance olhe pack Isplaced
-,. t the Penney Memorial Church there at the same time. : attend the Wednesday August from Thailand, where he servedas To begin .d\r.I,., face down on Itllton'b\ .
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c. |tO:15: : service. Rev. J. A. Swetmm I 4th evening service in ,the Chief of Special Activities! game ot Oc .. l.II LsI .: Cards are dealt from by
will assist In the service.a From the Clarksville Leaf. church heard very Interesting' In his position as commanding topusremove one Into s face-up discard be builton pile.Any .
cards
of these can
The Friday morning Inter. Chronicle (Tenn.) t officer of the Florida theeight .
Tuesday, Information about life of the Sector acesfrom ", a bale or placed In descending
ld ( pssory prayer meeting will be July 27, 1985. "Verda William. People in Iran (Persia) told Colont'l Tuobner is responsible the r. sequence on a layout pile
68 i t 930.: The August! 13th leader is brIde of Dr. W. C. Reeves.The by the Rev. Samuel Little off for the training and administration double pack ."( ;11'1'ti\ provided that they also follow'lult.
Ie | vlll be Rev. Alfred Watklns. wedding of Miss Verda Eunice Binghamton, New 'York, who I] of more than 8,000 Arrange them In 'Lij\jj, \ of Everytlme the discard the pile uppermostcard is played.
toe -;--- Williams an<\ Dr. William had been for three years a min. I individual U. S. Army rcs rv- pain pblnt- ar'ti W the one beneath becomes ready
Each Sunday evening at 7 Coltharp Reeves was solemn later in the Community Church'''' Ista In some 100 organltod ins outward for use '
clock in the Quadrangle Ized' at 2:30: pm., Thursday of Tehran and chaplain to the I units located throughout the from the center ot an Imaginary Whenever all the cards of a
Lounge there Is a hymn sing July 22, in the of state He also" comlnands\ square. See diagram.) They form layout pile are gone, the top card,
of sanctuary American: Military and the U. more bases 'on which cards are to be of the discard pile Is used to>
y. ,nd a devotional service. August First Baptist Church. S. State Department Aid and than 100 Regular Army Ad. built up in suit to king; they are nil dthaPC: ::. However i once' a
[ry 8th the Rev. Herbert W. "Preceding the wedding cere Education personnel In all Iran. Roberts Is purchasing the R. L. Kledxlk home vUory personnel and more than also\ the tentacles of the octopus .built on a baseIt
to Gee led the devotional service. mony. atv which Pastor John He gave credit to the Presbyterian on Elmore Street and |II scheduled to move In within the 100 civilian employees.A four Shuffle the of big four pack cards and each.deal layout cannot or be the brought discard back pile.to Slmllarly the..
|\Irs. Gee gave the meditation David Lalda officiated a program missionary effort there native of New York City, packets at cards from the layout can
face
next sis weeks. Roberta the 22-year-old son of Q. I. Roberts They are placed
s. The Silences of God." which of sacred music was presented which has helped the founding he attended New York University. ] the corners of the ::r.rt not be returned to the discard
'd was based on the scripture by Mrs.- James Amos, of the fine ecumenical church received his iWWr' degree In Buslnes AdmlnUtra- He 1s married to the form. are slanted to form with the pile.After h.
s. verso, "Be still and know that organist, and Mrs. Robert now under the Council of tlon at the University Of florid last week. er Alice A. Atchison, and they aces, an octagon pack, turn you It face deal down through and go
'r'I am God. Mrs.. Gee stressed I Brown vocalist Miss Williamswas Churches. He plans to become asllC\'lat with Q. I. Roberts. Inc., reside with their four sons, I These"layout1 four* packets Their top representthe cants, through It again This can be done
s. [the wonders of God's creation I given in marriage by her Among the serious needs of Green C...'. Chevrolet dealership next week following a Paul C., IS years old; Kenneth, showing face up, can be built three times In all It you build
I. las they come to us each day IlIePhcw. Mr. Archie Williams the country is that of water brief vacation with has| parenta.Klrdslk IS: Peter 11; and David, 'i; upon the bases whenever the all\ bases up to kings within thattime .
administrator ef CLay Memorial Hospital said at 2872: proper cards appear.For example, you've won your Octopus.Complete
Holly Point
r. In silence.! In the realm of the Dover Tennessee. Iran, a desert country depends Road West the two ot hearts may be placedon rules for Octopus' and
xplritual the finest things are I "Attending the couple were largely on the mountain snows he and his family: woud| move "temporarily" to Magnolia the ace of hearts and ,the thirty other Solitaire games with
e. [given to those who alone and I Mrs. Robert Norris and Mr. D. for its water ,supply. The water Springs Apartment. lie said he had ne plans to give up Nearly 1,000 D.Dleai. born three of hearts on the two. In such oS-Mat names as Idle Year,
',\. lln silence are open-doored to O. McKnlght Messrs. B. H. level low his position In the tar tlture. By his schedule, bid. will every year In the Teaching Hos- this way the next card of the Demon. The Trot and The Fly I I
being there is
very Included In a new paperb.ck.I
. be asked the hoshlt I'a proposed addition within! the pltal of the layout pile Is made available for are
.rIs Miafell, J. M. Morris, W. E. great difficulty and expense in en University of Flo play. Each build must follow suit "How to Win st Solitaire- by
Daniel and Fred Leisenberry producing well water. For the next two months with s July. 1, 19(1 deadline for completion rida's, J. Hlllls Miller Health In upward sequence.If Walter B. Gibson (Doubleday,
Miss Gertrude C. Patriquln.stant served as ushers. ef the new wing. Center cards follow suit In down*, JH, |t.(5). '
11.IIhuon sanitary conditions
c. Resident Director of "Dr. Reeves Is a former pastor leave much to be desired. -
It lemorlal Home Community, of First Baptist Church butt Women and children are the been completed and the Instructors heard Dr. Graham In person. FIRST OF KIND"Your

burden bearers of that country are leaving Iran The e
:t NCREASE FARM Small :young girls In dark hovels State Department fe U that A news item from Mrs.. Herbert
PROFITS weave the beautiful rugs the Iranians can now carry on O. Myers at the Christian Florida Government"JamPacked
which the tourists buy.: Womendo this work by themselves., Conference at Cape May New
's WITH A PGAINTERMEDIATE the work in the fields. Polygamy Jersey state that the first
k Is practiced. Four wives 1 Mr. and Mr"e. Alfred. P. OoetM speaker heard was EvangelistDale With AnswersSomeone
are legally allowed, A wife Is left last week for Raleigh, Crowley of Washington,
divorced without any legal ac N. C. They will spend a few D. C., who told about crime
TERM LOAN tion.After days with their eon wen con. conditions In Washington;, serious once said, "Gov have fun at the same time citizen, It also has a large
the earthquake there tine on to Huntingdon Valley, crimes Increasing 283% ernment Is everybody's business The 'first of Its kind for any: store of facts: about the government '
up to the American Forces brought In Perm., to stay with theft dsughter In June this year over June ," state, the faat-selling book is the laws, the educational
i to medical supplies and building and family until the wedding 1964. This was the "57th consecutive And a pair of Florida's top finding Its way to everyone, system, taxation marriage
years repay (7 materials for the suffering peo of their grandson, August month" this frightenW journalists have followed that It's on the lawyer's ct".k.ln the roads, licenses, public office
pie. Homes were built for them 28., At King's College, spiral has continued: to reasoning in producing "Your home, In the student's stack of health and hunting. Published .
Finance yoor farm Improve* r by American aid. The United I Brtarclltf Manor N.W York climb without any realistic official Florida Government: 500 Questions books, beside the telephone In by the University of
menu coat. You at the do lowest possible States has also been able to they will attend a &ibl l Con action In some districts: and Answers. the car, In the n-mUry's: dusk Florida Press, and available at
simple interest can PCA this loans with help Iran keep Its northl'rn'I' ference. Police have trained police dogs Alien Morris and Ann Waid drawer, also found in businessand a low cost the book If a first
You automatkafyincrease w e boundary from being Infiltratedby r Button with them, as much for their .m took time from their political state agencies. for Florida and a must for every
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profits when you save the Communist forces. Mrs. H. 'Htes own protection: sa to aid In writings to give Florida I A guide to the rights of a citizen
on financing oifa. Shop for The king Is working to Im from the World's Fair while In catching the criminal. citizens a book whose greatest
credit-... e. prove the lot of hit people An the Parker Pen Pavilion thing value may lie In Its practical
effort is being made to breakup one of the fine Parker Pens Mr. and Mrs. A. S. narrows use .
the land holdings and distribute provided by them that Mr. Who have been spending their The book can save lawyer
i Northeast FredswHea Credit land to the people. He E. R. Wilson came fJ'OlJon Vacation with their son In fees, telephone calls, avoid FOR SALE
has given his lands for City Penn., to be wild her in
AsseelatMa own Rochester New York are leave fines and all by pointing up
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It* E4...... Annul I, this purpose New York City They had Just ins on August loth for two the rights of the cltlsen simply .
1M Mate Street PaktkaVeL Jacksonville Our State Department Aid ''I come from the Billy Graham days with Mr. Barrow's brotherIn and clearly and living commonly NEW 3-BEDROOM HOME
EA ply TeL IT I-1S41 and .Educatlea Program bas PsvUkm where they saw and New Wilmington Penn, sought Information a.
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then on to Kalamazoo Mich., bout the workings of the government MOODY LANE IN 'GREEN COVETwe
for a few weeks with their and Its laws ,
daughter and family. Borne of the many questions
Mr. Barrows was Boy Scout answered Include: How many fall baths, fompletely Ilkd.. Colored flslure.

Executive: in Kalamazoo andsouthwest times can X take the driver's Built-in kitchen Hardwood floors. Paneled. living room.Twospeed .
test What are grounds for divorce
Michigan for 20years.
automatic side Ian Twe-esr garage with
On August 27th he will In Florida? How much finished walls,
to with the Kal.maaooou& does a marriage license cost
delegation to UM rmieth Anniversary Can I sell any fresh water fish Corner lot tar s 111', Mew being paved Deep rock
Printing Conclave of the Order I catch If I think the assessment well. Plenty" ef trees
of the Arrow. on my property ,Is wrong,
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do I have any way to appeal $18,000
Can X make wine for my own ,
["t IIJ.ilHi!: '"ett;f: ::l1TliMUJtfJID! : lIi! IIi!_ k i the University of Florida's use' Hill lake hou., lots or eqvlpmtnl as down psyniesl.

College of Nursing! at the J. The book .U aUo of great Matinee al 113 per menlh.
IIlIUs Miller Health Center In value to mothers who have
Gainesville, graduates about found older children like to

,? BILL 1IKADS; LETTER; HEADS 71 lowing new nurse wiry year, fol use It for quls conteiU U ,i.written Is CLAY BUILDING SUPPLY
a four-y.ar college program clearly enough to
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I RONALD STATOX in! TUB COl'MTT' I'DOE'S in THB CIRCUIT COURT i!* IN TUB C1HCIIT COIHT; Olf
LEGAL SOTICB tOllir IV Atoll FOIl AM KOIt PLAY POINTY, CLAY; tOlNTY. KXOHIUAIN STORE MAN AC t .:
CLAW lOU.NrX' FLORIDA FLORIDA IN CHANCERY; CIIAMKHY r
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SAVINGS
CLAW COUNTY. FLORIDA In He-: Estate of WIL.l.AJoI JEAN REBECCA; CWPER: ,
ii' due partly, police said, to the In CHANCERY II, BRYAN JKNMXC3, DANK Plaintiff

't l i fact the rear of the car was DAVID llSE-H)1..1JIm N.. :-"I3-V; Decrel.d NOTICE; : 1O (EDITORS Malntff.PIULtJP a corporation. HENRY LEE: COQI'\:R,
To all crdltor and all perion "., .f.nd.nt
1 # loaded with more than 800 .t'.lntll.. ( having rlalnn ur demand" aualnt WAYNE: taZERTB 1\oU'IICI\ OP. SUIT
!, pounds of paint. Police reas- DORIS*illSENHOLDEU, said rotate. and CAROLYN M. Lal1IItT:; : !!:, THE: STATE: OF" 'W1UIJA-To iliSaBC
You and each of you, hi. wife Henry Lee Cooper
oned the 16-year-old driver Irelena ItOlltn nt OP SlIT are hereby notified and requiredto Defendant. Scotland Neck, North Carolina
y .r..nt any claims and de ftOIKR or SlIT YOU ARE HEREBY!; NOTIF1KU
could not control so much THE STATE! OF KLOUlUA; -To:
nmndii which you or either of THE STATE OF FLORIDA that a suit has been filed against
t weight after tire blew "OIU1iIlI1HIENHOLI.loJH. have .Knlll.t the TO. PHILLIP cause _
a rear Marlon, North Carolina you' tour ett.al. WAYNH La- you In the hereby >
NOT of 8. UltVAN JKNM.NUH: ZEKTK and CAHOLYN M. and you are required to c
out. you Alibi) HEREBY. 4' of Clay County, LaZttHTR.: hi. wife reldnc serve upon plaintiff attorney
I tiled
been f.idatl
F1B.L: that
J Staton, who was born In a suit hu .. County Judge cf and adclrem unknown, whose name and adtlre appear
against you In the above entitledcause luu written detente, +
Clay County County Courtboune are hereby notllled that hereon, your
Green Cove, was 9119 of two and )uu are hereby reoQulr.d In 4: sons of Mrs Lucille to nerve upon planlifr.nttorney County Klortiln, within s I x In lb. above entitled cauie. and ald cult copy of which I* op on many
OelgetPoe. > whose name and address month from the date of the tint that you herewith, on or
I are herby r delivered to you
| of Palatka. He was educated appear hereon your writ. publication at this nctlce. file your answer with the Clerk: before September 19, A.D. lU& / Manager's Summer- Sales Especially: on AP brand*.
ten defenses If any to the bill Each: claim or demand Must of thl* Court, and to erve a Herein fall net or decree pro
In Palatka schools and of oomplilnt! In eald nuit copy he In wrltnit and must atate the copy thereof upon the Plaintiff. confei.no will be entered agalnittyou I \; Right now AP Custom Ground Coffees, Jan Parker
7 at Rutgers University and had of whl('h la delivered to you tilnre of nmldenc and 1>o.t. attorney who.* name and ad- for the relief prayed In the .
c herewith, on or before liIeptemh.rU office adden of the claimant ttre ",: bill of complaint 5 ;1; Baked Food and Ann Page Fine Foods as well Mother
served In the U. S. Marine A. 1.1. H'flS.' and rmixt be sworn to by the imrAI.1"I FREEMAN: RICH- THE NATURE OF SAID SUIT
Herein fall not or decree proconfemio -nt "hi. attornev AHliKON' "1SO.N BEl Nil' FOR D1VOKCE.WITNksa .
'J Corpi. He wags a partner In the will' be entered. avalnnt ,.nt..rhlrt"i 'become void 711 Barnctt Bah.. I. ill<*"'a; my hand and the AP brands are sale-priced offer you even
Jacksonville firm of "Design you fur the relief prayed In the according tc law. Jacksonville I, Fiona seal of said Court at Green e
bill of! romnlnlnt. Each. creditor hall deliver .ufriilvnt not later than August 30 A, l'UU Cove BprlnKi, Florida, this more savings. Take; In this Summer Sale Today!
Kitchen. He also leaves his Till NATURE OP SAID SUIT con lei of hi. claim to loth day of August, A. I).
*. widow, Mrs. Marilyn McClure BEIM1:' FOR Divorce. enable the County Judgeto mail If von fall to de so, Decree 1965,
8 W'TNgIIt: my hand end the one to each personal repreientatUe Pro C..nre..o will! be entered aKalniit (SEAl,)
Staton, formerly of Lakeland; seal of Bald Court at Omen yoU for the relief demanded UIoOROE L. CARLISLE,
r rove "Rnrlnvft' Florida, thin Dated the 6th day of August In the Complaint Clerk Circuit Court '..
A brother, Van Elliott Staton, Inch dRY of August, A.I). A l I' 1904.D'R1rrHY! The nature of aid .ult beingencumbering 11V Vivian H Sohm NO. BIG WEEK"SuperRight"
c of Ocala; three uncles, Wayne llflt. P JEVNINCJS. II, for the lorech-.ur. of Mortgage Deputy ClerkJ r 2
0 (8"\1..) HHV4N JENNIXOH. JR., and the property and C, SAPP
Geiger, Park Geiger and Wil-! EOrtOE' I. CARLISLE CIOIU'ON U. HANUKIIHIK, a* 'premlne 1 Rented In Clay. County. > Attornev for Plaintiff .
llam Geiger; and an aunt, Mrs. Clerk Circuit Court Fx: ...-utorn of the I.aKt Will sndTentament Florida described., an follow: Addreu: ".:;'k---- SlAYPS Heavy Western
Hv Vlvlnn H, Sohm of H. lilt VAN JKNMNOH Lot S nio I <:k U. MEADOW. p O Box 44(1.( [ .. .
Mildred Kinnear, all of Green rifnuty Clerk Dereaned8TALLINUH HKOOK, Unit 1. according to Ureen Ccv. During. Florida g M.p, each I2.4S ,
a Cove. J. r 8APP AM MARRllv plat thereof recorded In Plat !:.!! Coupon good thru Aug. II BEEF F SALE
Attorney for Plaintiff K. William Marr Bonk e, pav 86 of the current CIRCUIT COURT: e JAX. 5.15.41.e.eaee.a..u.eewo .
a Services were held last Sat.. A.' fn Attorney for the Eiecutori ouhllp record cf Clay County in TUB FLOBIUA + _..._
OF CLAY COINTY.
c' P. O Bnic 416 408 Law Exchange. Building Florida
urday at Key-McCabe Funeral Green Cove Springe, Florida Ja.knunvlllf a, Florida I. AND ALPO the following delcrllied IN .C:1.t.'ERYN. en-va-c.! . FREEZER BEEF! ". .
t1 -U"4!" 4.15.4tr P417vllle. Item of
equipmentnow
Home chapel, Jacksonville.v P. HOW 10:1.... ,
----- located In JESSE
or the
upon
Burial was In Hickory Grove hooks and divers were used. shove du"rlh.d ..reml..., Plaintiff; ''PUrcAmn Super-Right Wester Beef (Z7S-SZS lb. vf.)
Hot Point Hullt-in Range and .n.r rwo.w. .nrar SUMPS
CI cemetery. About S o'clock Friday after. Smith was arrested and was Oven Model 10) TtF 15-O EVA HOWELL, race Flala

tt An abandoned car was reported noon the missing woman was charged with reckless drivingby (Prejto D Water Heater Model Defendant NOTICE; OF SI'IT 'aelaa., e .a pkg. 01. SIDES I .LB.49f

"( to'the office of SherIff discovered in Kelsey's yard. Cpl. Jimmie Love of the 10" Progress Fan THE STATE OF 'LOJUVA-Tol J, Coupon JAX.kood 1a.e. thru|. t Aug II
Htewart Warner necemi.d }:VA ROWKLli "supe' RIht" West. Whole Beef (15-J5( lb.
Jennings Murrhee Friday Fifteen minutes later, with a Florida Highway Patrol. According Wall Heater Model OR 75-E: Residence Unknown: .sU N i recef a*).*o**..N.N STf.
afternoon. The Sheriff turned number of vehicles on the to Love, Smith ignoredthe U Oallon Oil Tank YOU AtM) HERESY! NOTIFIED
H WITNESS mv hand rod ...1 of that a suit ha. ben filed agalnt
the case over to St. Johns crest of the bridge, a car dilv- warning lights which had said Court at Omen rove K County authorities after he en by Oscar Smith of Green been placed on the bridge. A Clay County Florida, this 13rd and you are h.r.b required attorney to EXTRA Ply M
day of July 1998. nerve upon plaintiff*
A discovered the car was parkedre Cove crashed into another auto portion of one side of the bridge (Court MealnEcmara> whose name and address appear .. ee r.ear. STAH/4 (ISO to 17f-Lb. A"f.)-

across the new County line on driven by Willy Plummer, also had been blocked off for the Clerk of Circuit f.. rARUsr.n Court:' If hereon any to your the written bill complaint defense, KMeiey A" Pace Heaaa Re4 "-I:reM a.e

U In: the bridge. of Green Cove, and then collided dragging operation.A Hv Clay thrice Monty M, Carlisle Florida" delivered In said suit to you copy herewith of which on I Is Coupon good thru Aug. II HIND QUARTERS . LB 65

For hours, police and rescue head-on with a third car passenger in the Fortson Deputy before September Ii A.D. Ales JAX. I-1S-II
** CI.rkT.t 9.4teRFRAWNOTICE cr Herein fall not or decree pro ............. "Super-Right" (cu.-to nl.". Arg.)
unit searched the river for driven by Nellie Fortson of vehicle, Robert Fortson, woe
confeiio will be entered against
. the missing woman. Grappling 4232 Ortega Place, Jackson- Injured slightly In the accident. OP APPLICATION! for the relief prayed In the
-" "OH TAX UKKU: bill "r "omplalnt. BEEF FORE QUARTERS LB. %
00 NOTICE) 19 HKKKUt! GIVEN, THE NATL'ltlo: OF SAID BUITIIISfJ P1tLLZD
THAT DONALD 10;, UOULAUL FOR D1VOKCE.
la the holder of the following WITNESS my hand and. the ....1 J .:'" ;- -- STAMPS "Ssper-Rlgbl" CIS( to 110-Lb. A',.)
prRc n tag certificate and hue tiled eald of ald Court at Green Cove A PUB Red Haia-
certificate for a tax deed. to be Springs. Florid., thl Itb day of
8 ..uod thereon Ihe certificate August. A. D. 19&i.OEoitOE Pr.sssr..e.0:2: *. Jar K. BEEF ARM CHUCK 11B. 41i
number and hear of Ueuance, I Coupcn : thru Aug, II
hi duecrlpilon' of property and the ': L. CARLISLE.. ark ............................
name In which ......l8d are a. Circuit Court "S01> follows: Hv (]rare M CurlUle,

: Certificate tear of Issuance Nn, 4 July 3, lot] F.UM'MT Deputy: J Clerk. jAcnna. ssrr WHOLE BEEF LOIN '"tB 93J5LSL. <
Name In which a.*enied: Attorney far Plaintiff .
What of Palms Uroadiaetlng Corporation Addreoe:
type person 2118! Law'Rxrhanva milling JNE 'fI. "Sepet-ftghl r (90 to 100-Lb. Afg.M .)
Deicrlntloni Lot. I, t, 10 II, Jacksonville_ Florida_ l-U-4tp. ('he..e Dread, Ik. I. .
11. 10 Block J, hldorado: .n*
Heights,, aa recorded. In Died Notice UUUiIl'fI'n la:hereby! given that the PfAlD; ,:ri.IWHOLE BEEF ROUND LB. 59c
Hook 11
pace ion Palmer ft: Clay County Zoning CommlMlcn aTA M PO
Ferris 'InertAll
should the will hold a Public H.arlng on
of said ,
buy the City of Ureen property Cove being UPI'Ing In), Thumrinv. August 18, l'"' *.5.. at . MORE _BEEF BUYS! . .
Inrldn. tins: o'clock p m.. In the A em- "
Lisle.. mirh rrrtlMratea shall hly Room of the Clay CountyCourt o. JtL: "Super-Right" Heirr Western Chuck
lie redeemed aorordlng House Annex, Ireen Cove PU1r!
to law
the nrnnorlr de crlbed In euch 8prln' .. Florida fit the purpose b -... ,' -..--....e. ( siAwrs
hot Plymouth ? reitlflc.te' phall b* sold! to the of hearing, objerttnn! l{ any, .3M .r More el ROAST LB,45f"SaperRlfht
now hlvhent bidder nt the City Hall to Amending Article XIX of the SCHOOL SIFPLIKS I I I
door at 10-00 A,M. on the first Clay County KonlnK Hfiiulmlon ;
In rntrt and Coupon good thru Aug IIJAX.
TuemUy after the first I Mon.lur All parties *
In the month *tt ntmlier loni. rltlnn shell have an opportune |.l-. heavy Western Chuck
which ,In the 7th day cf Meplein- llv to h* heard at aald time and >..e/*....lI t e*.I s.*.M**..-

1. her SRen'UU Zellner flay"IIIc' County Zoning CommlMlonItyt MEAT STEAK LB. 55fJ
Clerk of the Cite of J.m.. R Crew MURK hftflALSt
Oreen Cave Rprlnce, Florida Chairman
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Corned Beef 2 12 CansUJ1.80 89c


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Plymouth Dealer's! If you've been shopping for'A. All "arMln Jiffy "'a1l4Cake

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