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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 19, 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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VOL. 39 NO. 33 Phone :8431GG.GREEN. COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA TIH'USDAY' : AUGUST !li!>, 1965( ;) 1 SECTION PAGES 10 CENTS

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The ,First Local Savings & Reynolds Deal Moving I



Loan Assn. To
GREEN COVE CHARTER OpenIn



About Five Months Forward : He Promises '

(Fourth,In A Serin) .

Section 62 of Green Cove'i City Charter says i .all
The Federal savings and savings and borrowing Cut

taxes shall be uniform upon the tame classes of property ,l loan association to be opened tomes : fi\\

within the corporate limits of the and . all Announcement :
city, property In Orange Park soon after thenr.t The association will obtain Early !
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hall b* assessed at it* FULL CASH VALUE, and that no funds by aavlng account :
of the year will have Initial

property shall be exempted from taxation by the City Commission sating of not .less than opened In the same manner as - . . . ., .
In a bank. Fund may be addedto J. Louis Reynolds Int.rnlllonallnduIrlall.t who** purchu
or any of I ita offlcers which shall not be exempt
1300,000 and a minimum Initial or withdrawn from trine of the Oren Cove Industrial park It scheduled to b* finallaed

from taxation by the State." membership of 250 per account at the request of the ;NCIV Clt late Manager within the near future, told The Crescent yesterday It may b* //1"

While the city now plans to reaiiesi on somewhat the sons. member upon presentation of several! week before he will be ready to reveal his plan for
According to James E.: his passbook. I
utilisation of the property. '
tame lines ai Orange Park using new county a* e Yonge, chairman of the asso The safety of the savings
Mr. Reynolds emphasisedthat thing from the $280: million
3
U a guide It li clear that current assessment do not ciation's organlxatioal commit ,
to
assured by: these unrevealed plant, torn smasher to a housing de
measure up to lull cash There'hat been tee the association will make If
.Iue' no roanewment (a) the prudence and good '
which have been characterizedby velopment. In short, almost! i'
,la the city for approximately! ,20'1"r... available for the first time judgment of the management: Governor Haydon Burn U everything but what It appear i j \
Vmgterm local financing for (b) Federal) Saving Loan
entailing "the largest single likely from the miniscule clue, M
The Crescent asked an experienced Orten Cove real urgently needed housing.
Insurance Corporation Insures industrial advent to Florida In let out by Governor Burn and K":
estate dealer to minimal "fun
put a cash value on four throughout the
county .
each account to
110,000.No
up ''
Oreen Cove Its history". cannot be completed Florida Development Commla-
properties.Obviously James E. Crow) retired treasurer member of a Saving A
t re "overnight", don Chairman Charles) Camp. v
the useatment hat nothing to do with the of Florida Ford Tractor Loan Association has lost a Meanwhile attorney for Mr. bell. It
and a graduate of the University tingle penny since FSLIC came
taxes which fixed bails
are on the ef mlllare. A reassessment Reynolds and for the City are 1
'
would however put a great deal more property on of Penntylvanla's Wharton Into existence In 1934. pressing for an early submittal -

the tax rolls . more than half of all attested valuations School of Finance, will be the )Minor may open account tn to the City Commission of i
chief operating officer of the their name and make deposits GCS Receives
are exempt. Total.1Id valuation Is $2.23 million; with the numerous legal docuument \
association.
and withdrawal the same ..
exempt property totaling 1179 million. '
that go with the deed. Jlow".r.'h. ,
Younge said the first such an adult.
r Irtt association In the United States Accounts may be pledged a. entire matter ha been delayed $20,000 For
to some extent by the
a was opened In 1131. Todaythen collateral for a loan from an ,
1 on-tit survey of the 1480 acre ,
are 1,200 assodsUon.throughout association.
tract which ha to b completed
Dora
the nation with Each saving account ram Damage 'I
this week
total assets In excess of '120 dividends, the earning of the

billion. Florida has US associations association divided among the A published report last week The City of Oreen Cove on
with $51 billion In account holders. aid H ,' the Reynold project
Tuesday night received check
WIWAM T, BAKER a
assets. Th current dividend rate In will Involve business on a

The association will be chartered this area It 4U %" per year, William T. Baker ha been named manager of Climate large cU but I I. not Industrial for approximately $30,000 from

and supervised by the paid quarterly. Dividend are Conditioning Corporation's Green Cove plant to succeed . no manufacturing or prod tine, U.S. Office of Civil Detent
Federal Home Loan Bank tn computed monthly. Fund In. uction Is connected with It." for damage last fall caused
Bernle Brcklus, sobs has been transferred back to the COlli.n -
instrumentality of the Federal vetted prior to the 10th or 20th Queried on this, Mr. Rey' by Hurricane Dora.

O tenunmL It will be owned of the mouth earn a full ,. ,'* llaston, Calif. hed.uarUr nold, when he stopped laughIng The check wa presented to ''

by its members who are It* month' dividend. : said h* knew of no such i I
Baker, who baa been with the company for U years, member of the City Comml-
large teal business that had I ,
I Ie a graduate .( the University California where he took no production connected with,I don by County Civil Defense -.J.-- '

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a degree Engineering.. U* wa a Navy allot"I. World It H. added U b. heard of OM i Director Ray Chance/
Patience;! :
Wsr II with daty mostly In th. Paelfl tkesler.Dvrisg / h* would hot with to be a*.. At the meeting phi Cbmrato-

Delated with It. stout authorised" Chance to surVy -
(An editorial. ) hi* pilot training. day mere than 18 yeses age, Mr. Reynolds baa tentative i| three Civil Defense pickup
h* wa Ma....... st c.... Naval Air ...u... II wa there plan to to go to Europe ome-- truck being used by the
Scan after Johiu-MamUle Corp he met hi wife the former Barker Martin, f lace. Ment.
purchased the sit* of time next month. H* would not City, cannibal! them and to
Its Trwalto asbestos pipe plant Just south of Oreen Cove she' was a WAVE officer. aaaigned then
.
GREEN con MOTOR LODGE commit himself a* to whetheror **U what II left for scrap..
there were many resident of the area who were astounded
and Indignant the The Bakers have two .....t.n. ...... 1$ year old, not announcement of hi* The Commission also voted
The Green Cove Motor Lodge a student al UCLAj and Carolyn, 11. n seventh. grader.Baker four to one, to retain a firm of.n.lneeu
They did not stop to consider
full city block in the center of the city, to attested now bow many different individual his departure. .

by Oreen Cove at 190,000 and pan an annual l rity tax of sad office within the J-ll corporate structure . said be etaected his. wife and yeatger eaagbUrto Thus the guessing game go** and to sunrty the waterpower

1570. The new county assessment (subject to adjustment by and to many companies without . bad to be consulted. join Mm In Or... Cev th* first .f September.TICK on: It Menu to Include ..er- extending requirement for
the Equalisation Board next month It $83,000. Suggested Today the comedy 1* being reenacted every day, by ( City water to residents

minimal "fun cash value Is put at $91.000. those who think U to their right to know to be apprisedat north and couth of the
once what Louis Reynolds plans for Often Cove' Industrial grr ft AT CRCftCENTMM. west end of the City limit. Th
park.Governor sole dissenting vote was cat by

Haydon Burn to running for reelection and City Commissioner Allle T. Ivey
he may face some tough competition In the primaries next Cross and Sword For Clay County who look the position that 110pror..lonal

t spring. Governor Burn 1. a party to the best kept secretin survey wa* required.
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the history of Clay Count: Julian Louis Reynolds' plan

for utilisation.. of the 1440 acre tract Reynolds to now buyIng. Residents Monday At Half Price The Commissioner also voted

Hayden Burns has said to newsmen In Tallahassee to hire a parttlm doc

and to The Crescent, that the plans are "great", . some catcher.

of his character-nation of what they entail are perhaps Resident of Clay County will In ether business, the Commission

l beyond our comprehension on the basis. of what we have be admitted at half prlc to SI. voted to give $100 to ,

It' had before.' Augustine's/ tOOth anniversary a local Veteran of Foreign

1 Fe But Haydon Suiting would be playing directly Into the Celebration, the symphonic Wars post to help defray the

? hands of those who will seek to defeat him If he exaggeratedthe drama "Crot and Sword" aha t coot of a Labor Day picnic for

value of what Mr. Reynolds) propose to do In Clay .4v. Monday evening performance colored children of the City.

". 4 ;FAAra h County. } at I clock In the new .;'
+ la the meantime, It U not within the purview of anyoneof amphitheater across the Bridge

u..* to demand a revelation a moment before the purchaserfinds of LIon. beyond the Allliator FISH PONDS

It expedient to give one. .h Farm to the right on Rout

The guessing. gam*'*, the red hot tip that come from Atlanta 4 N &-2. B, Allen. Laatlnger

i rv s PalaUa and almost any other port of can you choose A costumed member of the CUe A.II!( C'enaervalfon Dlalrlet
are foolish and a waste of time. cad l will tell)) ticket for the ..

lent It possible to be patient and to let development special Clay County perform. Farmer Bulletin 2210,

MAGNOLU ftTKCET rEOHXTT run thrtr course. Tomorrow win come and when the right area between II and I o'clockon "Warm Water Pond For

Three store, a Vacant lot and a small building occupied tomorrow come*, we shall know. In the meantime, M' Saturday at the office of "--lain,", le now available. t

by a barber shop 19 front feet on Magnolia, includingMayhuth's get on with our own problems, right here. r. The Creacent. A fish pond to a delightful

Drug Store, 1 II now attested by the city at 11.000. Ticket will be available .& Part of a farm or ranch. It

of the amount of yearly 1 earnings, the monthly cheek will The Crescent beginning today add I to the beauty. of the land. \.'

current assessment It I12 annually let than 111 a Green Cove Get New through Monday at I clock.. provides recreation for farmer j ,
month. Estimated minimal "full rub value" Is $34.000. May Half price ticket ring from and their friends and for
75 dens to $1.50. Children I) paying guest. On a tulUbU '

years old or !t... accompanied: site a pond make good ..... of
In of
Recent
Housing Spate by their parent. are admitted the land and the Impounded i
free.
water ha many IM**.

Prime Transfers Cro** and Sword1 official 1 This publication point out '

Property emph.Urd It would greatly the Importance of *IU, crouton I,
simplify
admlaclon\ If
"! Count control proper stocking, adequate ,
The posaibtttty Orwn'eo.I may get tome new and urgently ,resident come with their" ticket fertility and weed control.

needed housing with aceeeslbl financing arose this week and see thus not under the It eiptoln I
d how to 1 t
amid a spate of reel estate deals Involving some of the prime necessity of Identifying them- manage a I,
_ warm aster )pond fur profitable
"
arM reekl.nllal DrO ntY. "" """" -- ..I..*.
fbhlfig By
following these
to the housing knowa I' the "Summeriln" In the event of rain Monday '
It anticipated t r!' guides owner are assured of
situation In the arM win worsen tract directly north of tier .' '" night. tickets will be honored a lasting' pond (that can be ftoh-' 1

fat coming month unless sans Point. ,e ..._- --- on Written Tuesday night. ed many Urn.* a year. A free/
new housing become quicklyavailabls. Revel told The Crescent the IIAIXOWr by Pulitzer Prtaewlnrw copy of the bulletin mty be ob.

>> property win be platted and Paul Oreen ioCr,," andNwurd" talnrd from (the all eons.nst

J. Louto Reynold, scheduled such Improvement and uuii-. Mr*. ......... t* one of the festered awferewr* In deal with the first lonlai. at P 0, Box JJ4, Oreen-

to finalise purcha of the bvdttetrtal tie* required la bUla FHAflaanda '- and ,."*-. law Peel Green aya*.ke>&le .,...aeessssers.nlh.g two year of ..Ulorm.llt of the Cove Spring, who will
provideother \
park la ,IU entirety *; will be Installed In Ike 4**..b tn..leerary of Ike eeUelMHmeMof nation'. oM.l city lam Pedro assistance to land j
owner
within the next M days has the near future. it AngMUee, hkaj on Monday night win *((.* ate M rwndd Avll>*. wtw found. and pond bulkier In the, Clay

Indicated h* win require use A cmaBer promised reeJdetvUal .UI pirfemaeais for rmleVal. of Clay Cevely at half ed IH. Augustine on September Bull" 1 Conservation District

of th bouse In Wyqwiet Circle development within the ..... TkfceU, ,...... from U ors le II-M. war k. p.rehaaed I, I$48, to east a* the N-ro "Pond

at the park. Qty limit ha* thus far failed at TIM Cfae.a4 Ibtee. ,.b I e'el..rah MmUay afUfMM.KMte 0f1C)00t1t. Notina. wtruome si*. tar a* are extremely popu

T. J. JGVXCtGS HOME The Urgett real estate trane- to malertalw.and, It may be llaHewe I* a a***.Wr. of iMkHttV UllW Theatre. te, Of OritNt. great chief of the aid Dl.trlct conservation practice,'*

U aseess.4 let involving reetdetttlel property another year before additional GeiM rtaren, Lrrie Tbnt e. fl. Jebae 0,.,. ('_...,. Tlmleuan Indian. Other Important WUklnton. More Chairman Jack
.
Lmfre.he. off T. J. Jeaaiag*. Jr. by than ftOMO
In recent year occurred housing there I* available. Opens and ClMvaJ Iketely sad Use BJIwall QM4riHe..L character Include
the. etty at HJM. Th ... ....., *isiaist It III4**. axe built n'ff1e., throughout
kt ,week: .when Harry Apart tram the faaaOlM who ... l. a oVee4 f.sesaad of frants nUl... ftie, a Philip II of 1l a1n. Captain Al- the nation
.
On iniiiniil. th* tty aanoal tat It fit* EUfml farmer
assess and
Bbckmon and J. P, Revetopurchaaed *ay be in dtre need o< koiMtnffU awn **. aaww. In tW fenadteg of ...... She. I* the barn, Don Pedio' aid, andIathef rhert have ran.
caafe talae'M .4 tttJ$4M.CinHaniia built
paid uhdwal a seven In
appraximaUly Mere Reynold Ute ever. tttt IIJfaR. W. of ITUBnaa A. .. tat*, aventleeal JaeftaenvtOe aUemey Lop**, who offered theCetla4 Clay Soil CoMervaUon the
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. Housing : A Drawback A.S.C Voting Lctmphghter In Reverse\ 1KQWl\ ( ), \ irlB.U LAV t


A continuing problem, one of many, in etc. ByDR. By Sheriff Jennings Murrbee

the orderly development of Green Cove has Actually the housing or non-housing Thru Aug. 27A GEORGE P. HOWARDDr. What do you do when you are about(!
lain and lies today In an almost total absenceof situation is only one of many facets that keep to make a right turn and the traffic '
modern housing combined with the conventional newcomers out of Green Cove. Some complain slate of six nominees for I like tulips in Holland., But my ", light is red'Chancel
means of purchase financing. there Is no first me hotel (or motel) in the election to the County Agricultural thoughts will cling to the memo
Indications Louis others dislike sand streets still others miners and t are, you pause to'UCer.
There are J. Reynoldsmay city; ; and Stabilization Com ory of the coal ,
require use of the houses now occupiedat their inability to dock a boat longer than 10 mittee has been announced. my spirit rebels at the waste r lain there are no cars in your way and
Nyqulst Circle on the east side of the city's feet (unless they build their own dock); still Election of five members will and extravagance of the wealth '4k turn . before the light turns green
e
industrial park. others the ludicrous prohibition against the be by mailed ballot through they win for us. My emotion ,, It's against the law.
Thus unless and adequate sale of alcoholic beverages in the county. This to Ups I itch
new housing Aug. 27. Ballots will be publicly runs my finger A Jacksonville City ordinance has
methods of purchase financing become quick. prohibition mainly affects Green Cove since tabulated at 10 o'clock on to put out lamps that burn
been the books up there, apparently
ly available, the situation la likely to get Orange Park and Keystone both have liquor Sept. 10 in the county office needlessly. By the time we get s on
of permitting motorists
for number years
worse before It gets better. and bars within hollerln' distance of their room In the St. Augustine to the ground floor the number a
light and
to stop at a red if
There are some who are wont to shrug Post Office. will be twenty or more. Coal
homes.The coming, turn right.
there cars
off the fact the city is losing a great many of situation is detrimental to every business Nominated are: E. D. Saun- Is life and hope to England and are no
It is common practice Clay County
its newcomers to other communities by saying: establishment in the city. Businessmen dens Charles W. Smith David to Europe. So I'm a lamplighter a
'They'll come back." This I Is a theory whose whose families live in Orange Park or St. W. Wilkinson, Palmer Williamson in reverse." But two years ago the State Legislature passed a

validity is dubious at best. For when a family Johns County are likely to buy not only their Tracy Baker and Arthur "It depends on me", was a law that prohibits making a right turn on a red light,

becomes socially established in another groceries there but their gasoline and shirts J. Varnes. Three of these are HowardA slogan used during the war, under any circumstances.The : .
community, even the rigors Of dally commuting and underwear and dresses; to do their banking incumbents and a Chinese proverb says If law says "vehicular traffic facing a steady red

over Klllway 17 or the goatpath east of business there and to regard Green Cove Only three of the five elected British writer and church every man will keep his own signal shall STOP before entering the crosswalk on the
Oreen Cove called Highway It will not suffice simply as a means to the end of enjoying the worker tells of an interesting doorstep swept, the whole city if then before
entering
will serve actively; the other near side of the intersection or, none,
to uproot social ties, children in schools, social intercourse of their neighbors. experience he had in London may be clean. and SHALL REMAIN STANDING
two will serve only when an active the intersection
member becomes incapaci during the war. We are at war again. In Viet UNTIL A GREEN INDICATION IS SHOWN.
The day's work was done Nam 85,000 of our men are
Another DrawbackIt tated. Under a new system, one
and as he walked for exercise risking their lives.
of the three active members '
down the several stories of Does our sense of Christian
will serve a three-year term,
is time someone spoke up, we think, on A widely published newspaper story last one a two-year term and a the office building instead of responsibility and our patriotism THIS ISYOUlt.
the subject of the ludicrous prohibition in the week outlined plans for the celebration this taking the elevator, he observed GET TO OUR FINGER
third member term.
a one-year '" 8.561uo
the sale and next week ''of the 900th anniversary of office-neighbor going TIPS
county against of anything stronger an
than 3.2 beer. the establishment of Westminister Abbey The named chairman by members this year of will the be along the hallways and stairs The reality and strength of \[ [E EiNIS f@

It is ludicrous because, as a Green Cove where the reigning sovereigns of England have board. Heretofore the nominee putting out a light here and our Christian faith is proved, (

man of the clooth recently (and wryly) put been crowned for centuries. receiving the largest number of there, leaving only enough Illumination not only when we "hear" the '. ,
it: "It's the wettest dry county I ever saw" These plans were made public to an international votes has served as chairman.The to walk by and word,but when we "do" It. We AIRPLANE ".: rrF
The fact is, like It or not, the county's group of newsmen in the abbey's committee supervises the pruning down excess may help save the day by IC CAIIZV 1HCe

geographical outposts are 'bars and liquor rectory by its dean . and, if you can believe ASC county office and is responsible Sydney Walton, who tells showing, like ,the lamplighter
stores. Two within a stone's throw of Orange those present, cocktails were served. for administering the story, says the man seemed in reverse, concern and compassion -
Park, two across the Shands Bridge and one There are some among us who disapprove, diver. to make a sport of the prun We may serve ourJiatlon
price supports, acreage
not far down the road from Keystone on moral grounds, of betting and cigarette lion, agricultural conservation, 'ing. He overheard him countIng in a very vital way by
The vile stuff Is thus available to anyone smoking. But every, Incorporated communityin and : "that's a dozen of them, little, constant, faithful prunings -
and other agricultural conservation
who enjoys its taste or effects If he can drive, the county every year is the beneficiary of that's thirteen," and so on in and conservings which in j ITSBUItTBYN
programs. CDRfc
RAL DYNAMICS
walk the nearest. Mean. derives from part-mutual betting excited arithmetic If the make
hitchhike or to one money that an as aggregate can a exCMS OPUOO
SfftO M
A farm owner, tenant, or F q TO
while, Clay County Is putting the profits and at race tracks around the state and of the sharecropper may vote in the counting trophies. Noting his great difference. ,/'_ clW + ( M.P M" AT A eeRVltaf
employment derived from these fleshpots else sale of cigarettes. neighbor's interest and surprise Senator Richard Russell, of Ci1uN0 of saooo Fec> A
election If he Is eligible to take '1 BTRININe FEATURC OP R!
where and worse, it is denying Itself the bene Still others do not approve of integration. the man stopped to talk. Georgia, facing the buildup in "
part in one or more of the peewN Is ns prJ.TA amsal
fits of a first rate hostel, most of which But it's the law of the land. And cocktails and programs administered by the "You are seeing a lamplighter Viet Nam, feels we will not be ?r .17

figure! to make up the loss on a first rate mealon highballs in Clay County are as widely consumed ASC county committee. in reverse,'' he exclaimed, able, In the coming days, to

the profit of a cocktail. as they are in Duval County or New Questions on eligibility to "which Is to say I practice economies have both !guns and butter. H* s-u CARRIES A "

The Crescent realizes any effort to repeal York City. vote and hold office, or on abroad when I can, as I suggest We organize a Union craw op THREE, rreCRVES
the countywide prohibition against the sale We will go with the dictum that says intemperance election procedures, will be settled well as at home." of Lamplighters in Reverse A9 A BOMBER, FOR PHOTO-RtCONNAISSANCS
of intoxicating liquors will face a certain Is a bad thing. Enforced abstinence by the Incumbent commit "My people lived In the For and prove we are In the apostolic OR ElECTRONIC COUKTERMEA9URE5..

amount of opposition. But the opposition is says the average citizen hasn't Judgment tee. Appeals be made est of Dean, and as a boy I got succession by being able .e"y
closing its eyes to the Indisputable fact a very enough to be temperate. And it Is the average may to know the coal miners and to say with the Apostle Paul: THE! 1-.. CM M
promptly to the state committee. 'I REFurin IN HJGHt
great many upright and churchgoing citizens citizen who not only votes but, when called on, their hardships. Memories of "1 have learned to find resources (THOU* -meCROMCOUNTR
Of the county buy it in Jacksonville, St. Johns fights In his country's uniform. There is scarce the price In human blood and In myself whatever my / yt'
County, almost smack on the Duval County ly a man alive who has not done the latter. energy to be paid for hewing circumstances. I know how to WTCPFCCOKRnuKMBV' j

line and just south of Keystone. And then they We think the voters of the county should Rebels To Face the coal are sharp and vivid be brought low, and I know .: ale
drink it, in public or at home. bow to the inevitable in order to reap the with me. This whim of mine Is what it is to have plenty. I BJOUlArhra

It Is fair to say, we believe, that no one benefits therefrom. A first rate hotel, a number Orange Park InDoubleheadcr my tribute to the brave and have been very thoroughly initiated
in the county . no one . would refuse to of new Jobs and keeping solid money at hardy fellows in the mines Into the human lot with
dine at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel or the Robert home are a few of the benefits. It is doubtful, whose toll lights our cities and all its ups and downs fullness -j
Meyer Hotel because these fine hotels If local bars were properly run, there would be a home" and hunger, plenty and > ,

housed liquor-dlapeneing facilities any more drinking The Oren Cove Rebels will "I love light. I like to look want I have strength for anything ..
Say You Read It In THE CRESCENT
host Orange Park Sunday fora at night on the .vast flowerbeds through Him who gives ,
double-header baseball game of street lamps glowing me power" (PhIL 4.11-13): SUBSCRIBE TO THE CRESCENT

otrltkcr By DUNCAN 0./ORONER beginning at 1:00: o'clock on the

Clay High School diamond.

At the moment last week even in the Great Society, do man is a beatnik or a queer. This will be the fourth and
a when Dr. Martin Luther King not make a right.In This Is a part, an integral fifth meetings of the two teams Figure It For Yourself

was unveiling plans to organize pressing the Congress to part, of the fantasy of our this season, Green Cove having

an "international peace pass a voting rights bill, President era.The won ,the first three.
army" to end violence and Johnson recently cited colored people of Amer. During the last two weeks,

strife in the, world, inter-racial "the outraged conscience of a ica have been told, in no uncertain the Rebels have added a couple
violence unprecedented In' the nation" In its reaction to various terms, by Lyndon Balnes victories to their season record, IsAHigherEducation ,
history of the United States civil rights demonstrationsIn Johnson, Earl Warren and others one via the forfeit route. On
was making a little Viet Nam Selma they are good as the best Sunday, August 8, Green Cove a
of the City of Los Angeles On this, Business Week, a white man. And many a Negro shut out Bandage and Sons of
Though It was the most violent respected financial weekly pub.lilhed has drawn the inference he was Jacksonville 7-0 and on last ,

it was not an isolated by McGraw-Hill wrote: better, being black.I Sunday collected a 8-0 forfeit
.. case. Chicago and Springfield, "Congress has been impelledto have written In this column over the Jacksonville Rockets,
Mass., were in the news too. move swiftly by a national,,, that the cream of St. Augustine when the latter failed to how
And it all had the dreadful outpouring of rage at the barbarism high society was guilty by acquiescence for a scheduled confrontation. eN
overtones of Lcoopoldvllle in in Selma, Ala. Films of In the stupid and ....--- --

the Congo. state troopers wading into defenseless brutal stone-huiltng over there age American colored citizen Worth WhatIt

At Los Angeles, It would marchers with clubs for which so many seem to assumes the responsibilitiesthat

seem, the Negroes went the and whips, and the death of have such an Insatiable appetite rest on any American citizen
poor white trash of Selma, Unitarian minister James Reebof he mill\ be equal only in
Alabama one better, or perhaps Boston, stirred a nationwide And what of Dr. King win. the eyes of the law. The same
even several better If the tolls, emotional response unmatched ner of the Nobel prize for goes for some of the animals I Costs?
as i this Is being written, continua since the assassination of President peace' who walk on two legs and happen
to rise. Kennedy." Does he stand guilty of closing to have been born with
t As wrong-headed and vicious It was not Selma last week. his eyes to the murderous white skin.
as were the ignoramuses of It was Los Angeles where the rioting looting and burning In Quite apart from what the

If Alabama, surely two wrongs, only thing better than a colored Los Angeles Communist press will make of
In my opinion he does. these ugly manifestations of

Mag( County\} (Eresceut! leadership For the one In thing America the Negro has unrest, and and they barbaric will make frustrations the. Here Are Some Statistics On Lifetime Earnings:

failed, and failed dismally to most of It; the mobs of Los
WHAT IS GOOD rod CLAY COUNTY .IS SOOD fOU Tile CKIICINT understand is that the advance. Angeles are not paving the

DUNCAN GOLDTHWAITI GRONEREt AND PUIUSHI ment of colored people Is nota Negro's way to the ballot box
Tntnran CS U4I1MSICMI one-way street so much. to the alienation of The average elementary) school graduate The average graduate of college in a lifetime -
It Is not entirely the responsibility such friends and sympathiesas *
CUM PNTMI Pa n aT a..i. COWl SPIIDM, fioiiMrustiSHiD
Ivinr TNUMDAV Br CRISCINT Pease INC. of the white man to advance he has thus far enjoyed In in a lifetime will earn 116000. will earn f::8,000.

r. o. soi ITS GRIIN Covi SMHNSS, FLORIDA the colored man. We can his fight for legal equality

HOWARD P. COOPER .... PRUIDINTSUMOUmON pass laws until the paper supply Dr. King's aides last week The average graduate of high school in a A college edumtion, on the average,
RATE runs out; we can hand said they would like to send

ONB1 TBAB IR ADVAMOS ................,.. gee down Judicial dicta and Executive two men and two women to lifetime will earn $165,000. costs 9000.
e TWO TMABS tlf ADvncuse' orders; and until the aver- Viet Nam to see if the fighting

V there cannot be stopped ,
The four: the Pope, Jacqueline . '
V Kennedy Mrs. NlklU Khruechev ,
\ and Dr. King. R '
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This quartet, I submit Is

a very strange mixture and fort .... To eompata in todaj'g society, a high school and college education ,
e life of me I cannot thinkof

I .11 you dOD't trade anything anyone of them is a real investment in your future. Make it a wise one! ."'
might have to say to any otherof .
their members .

with us we've hath A far more Important mission
.,. lies right her. In our own front
yard. It lies In telling the American .

lhost ! people that the Nctroee
now have the laws they sought
( and there shall be no more
demonstrations. As missionaries flk.BAN'K oi GRHBN COVE SPRINGS

VAN NESS NOW I would suggest In order of r ,

importance: General Elsenhow OSXBN OOPS SP2UNO5, :VLOBIDA.Jfmlw .
FRED DAVIS BUICK- PONTIAC" INC. er, always a great conciliator;

4M Orange AT*. Fhonea .su-aU-Stu GCsi Dr. King, who Is beginning to
saeia eee sees
sound like
the new Messiah;
i Chief Justice Earl Warren who WJOXJ
fit Cemlfr OUut 61Nj Lor Bear
has aa opinion (that la binding e3 .

I too on almost any subject you'
\
mention; and Lady Bird Johnson
t THEflWNES2M-3i5l : 2M-333S 2M-3W CMKKSS 4KI3I'AGE
whose month if you took ,
at the newspapers, la never
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QIay( i QIounty Crescent FACE TUBE'' '"+
THURSDAY, AUGUST U, 1J65



, Green Cove Socials a'.UEIDIAN..... I Puhl King-Nuptials I 1st.Doctors Graders CertificateYoungsters Need Clay County Servicemen ,4 JI'



Miss Sandra Ellen Borderlck Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herron Reverend and Mrs. Richard! Miss Rose Marie Puhl, daughter who wore blue. They carried "

Of Winter Park i* spending her and children, Raymond, Sharon a. Johanson returned home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Puhl entering the first

vacaUon with her grandparents Becky Joel and Jessie ofTitusville the last of the week from their and Ralph Edward King, son The flower girl Yvette Puhl, grade In any of the County'spublic i
schools must have dos.ton's
Mr. and Mrs.:W. B. Lucas were the *eek-end vacation, which they spent In ,of Mr. and Mrs Napoleon King, wore a pink lace dress and carried

8r. x guest, of Mrs. Huron's mother Bradenton Florida. of Portsmouth, N. H., were a basket filled with rose certificate evidencing
child Is free from ttl
Ira.. Beulah Lucas. united In marriage on last totals. Rlngbesrer was little a tb'l "
communicable disease, J..e
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith and I Mrs.'Ronald Behnke arrived Saturday at Sacred Heart Vincent Puhl.Groomsmen. or school
.
P. Tynes, County superintendent
daughter Sharon, of Canton, Mrs. Lillle BanneD returned home Saturday from New Haven Catholic church, in a double were Raymondand said this week. i

Georgia, were guests of Mr. home Tuesday from a five week Conn., where she spent ring ceremony.The Joseph Puhl. I i.J
and Mr*. J. A. Ridley and Mrs Vacation In Branford, Conn, several weeks visiting her church was decorated Mra: Puhl mother of the Parents have until Sept. 20
with lighted tapers and bas bride wore a lavender crepe to provide school principalswith .J
Pearl Brooker on Friday.Lt. visiting relatives and friends brother In law and sister In
law. kets and altar vases of white tress with white accessories such evidence.Tynes I
I : : and of white, cited excerpt froma }'
Col. and Mrs Joe, Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Harold Babcock glads. J/ a corsage carna- an
Miss Puhl was given in marriage tions. state law which says: "Be- l
of Salina Kansas returned of Lake Worth spent Mrs, Irma Whaton has returned -
by her father and was Immediately following the fore admitting a child to the
home the last of the week Wednesday with Reverend and to her home In Dearborn 6
white lace dress reception held first the principal shall
attired In a wedding, a was grade
after spending several Mrs. C. E. der Maaten.Mr. .
days van Mich., from a visit with 1
with Lt. Cot over satin, with long sleeves at the home of Mr. and Mrs require evidence that the child
Chapman' mother Mr, and Mrs. John Hendrtcks. a
and a shoulder length veil attached M. P. Puhl. Is free from a contagious or
Mrs. Beatrice
Chapman. and Mrs. John McCor
to a pillbox hat. She After a honeymoon to Biloxi communicable disease as prescribed Richard C. Johns! W liber Jones

wick and daughters Sally and Nancy and Mine Bolvin, carried a bouquet of sweet- UBS.., the couple will reside in herein: '
Mrs. William Redding and Sharon were called to Columbus Airman Third Class Richard Airman Third Class Wilbur \I
daughters of Mr. and Mrs
heart New Orleans
children of Clearwater were Ohio oa Saturday becauseof their roll"Th. The board of public Instruction C. Johns, son of Mrs. Mattie Jones, son of Mrs. Irene A.
Louis Bolvin visiting'
are his
had
recent guests in the home of serious illness of Mrs. Me.Connick' bridegroom as of each county shall require E. Johns of Orange Park, has Jones Penney Farms, has ;M
Mr. and Mrs. F.
grandparents lest Stephen Puhl broth "
man, who Is otherwise
Mrs. Reddlng'i mother Mrs. father. each pupil completed V. 8 Air Force basicmlllta1'1 completed U. S. Air Force basic
D. Hogue In La Mesa, Calif.
,
er of the bride. JarrellAndcrsonMr. entitled to admission to
Beatrice Chapman. training at Lackland military training at Lackland
Before returning home they will Miss Jeanette Rivet of Plaquemine .
the first grade to present a
AFB Tex AFB Tex
,
Mr. and Mrs. John McKln- also visit Mrs. Boivin' brother.
La. maid of hon-
was statement from the county He Is being assigned to Little He Is being assigned to Me- j
Mrs. Ann Minehart of Boston Icy and daughters, Shelly and
In-law and sinter Mr. and Mrs. or. She wore a yellow lace licensed
from
officer
health or a
Rock AFB Ark, for training Chord AFB Wa.h. for trainIng -
Mass., spent several days Lori are spending a week In Wallace Clements at Lakeside, street length dress with match- n practicing physician ,
and duty as an air policeman. and duty ss a vehicle main-
last week at the Oakland Hotel. the mountains of North Caro- Calif. Inl vail. Bridesmaids were Miss has
lina. certifying that such pupil He is a member of the Strategic Una nee specialist. He Is a
Pam Judy who wore a green i no contagious or communicable
t
Air Command, America'slongrange member of the Air DefenseCommand
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smiley, Mr. Watner Hendrloks of dress identical to the maid of .v disease which would warrant
nuclear bomber and which protects the
Jr. daughter, Joan and son, Tracey and Oary Dobson, Detroit Mich., Is visiting his honor, and 'Miss Patty Eddy I such pupil's exclusion from the missile force U. 8. against enemy sir attack I
Bruce of Daytona Beach spent daughter and son of Mr. and mother and father Mr. and public schools. 'r'
He is a 19114 graduate of He Is a 1989 graduate of Clay
the weekend with Mr. 8ml- Mrs. Jack Dobson, are spending Mrs John Htndricks. .
Mrs. A. 1. Clayton of Jacksonville Instruction
"The board of public Orange Park High School. High School.
ley's mother Mrs J. E. Cars- two, weeks with their grandparents called on Mrs. A. W. shall have authority to ,_ ,_ W

Mr and Mrs. Clayton Mrs. Edwin S. Oustafson re- Pierce Sunday afternoon, adopt such rules and regulations -
OCS
Rlner In Macon, Georgia TWO SALES PERSONS: FOUR ROM:
turned home last Friday aftera as may be necesssry to ADDED TO STAFF OK GET DEGREES: .
two weeks trip to New York What do out-of- carry out the provisions of this
well.CLAY Mr. and Mrs.:William hIrer Question: TWIN REALTY IIERE Four Green Cove: students at
are spending the week In the and Ohio. Mrs.. Outtafson attended lowness do when, they arrive section Including the extensionof tin University of Florida were

Geiger cottage at Keystone tho wedding of Miss aboard a 21-foot boat for a the foregoing to all elemenry Two new sales representative among more than 1,000 who !

Heights.Mrs. Barbara Lindsay to Mr. Sam picnic In Spring Park wade and secondary schools: thus week joined Twin received degrees last Friday. ,,

: Whittaker in Greenwich, CoM.i ashore provided however, any child Realty, It was announcrd by Ricardo Pares was awarded :
.
THCATKX M. B. Argo left Sundayfor i Mr. Whlttaker Is the son of Answer: Certainly not, they shall be exempt from a medicalor Mrs Hilda. N"th, owner a master's degree In Modern

Green Cere Spring Amerlcus, Georgia, for a Mr. and Mrs. C. O. WhltUker, tie up at E. C. Ra...ls' pier. physical examination upon One of them Is her husband Languages. The other three re "

Monday thra Friday visit with, relatives and friends of Jacksonville While In New This question and answer written request of the parentor Joseph E. Neth, and the otherIs reived bachelor of Art degree 'i

Box Office Opens t:4S FJkl York Mrs. Oustafion also attended period occurred, In some variant guardian of such child stat Mrs. Evelyn dalamberty, They are: Susanne FlUslmmons l

Mrs. Lillian Compton of De- the World's Fair. In perhaps, on Sunday when, a and Afro A. P. Jsrrellannounce lug objections to such examlna-. both of whom have just passed Kathleen Kenny and t..,
Features At 7 I P.M. Barry Manor sister Mrs Dayton Ohio she wss the group of Orlando visitor! arrived tlon on religious grounds; the required state examination Julian It. Brown Jr

Maude Leach of Cochran, Oa. guest of her sister and brother at Oreen Cove In a 21- the marriage of t qualifying them as registeredreal The graduating rises Included -

Saturday aid Sunday Mrs Learh's daughter, Mrs In-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Milford foot boat to attend a Spring their daughter, Donna Faye estate sales representa 780 men and 244 women.'

Continuous from 2 F.M.Vted. Dorothy Williams and her Spayd of Mayflower Faring Park party being given by Carl U Robert Lance Anderson on WILDA T. RUSSELL! IS lives -- -'- i

daughter Sally, of Douglas. Pugh. July SI In Green Cove LOCAL CONTACT POI& Mis. Neth has been active In 1

thru Sat.Aug. Da., were" guests of Mrs. A. W Miss Kathy Kennedy flew to Quests at the party were approximately DNITFI VAN LINES the real estate field since 1010 Dr, H. Timothy Cnrtcr
The bride I Is 1985 gradaste
18-11 four a For the pant several Mrs. f
Mrs. New York on Saturday to visit 25 men from years
Pierce on Saturday. former Comp the Worlds Fair and otherpoints southeastern states representing of Clay High. Mr. An United Van Lines, a long-dis Qatambrrty and her husband Uptnnlt'triat|
and Mrs. Leach
ton are Lance moving and storage firm
fJAkXuA1kYN ( ) of Interest From there Dixie Auto Truck Parts drrxm I U associated with have resided at Orangrdale.
residents of Oreen Cove operating nationally,. has appointed Announces New Office, Hour
: + Springs she will go to Brookfield Cen Teletype Network. They came Fred Davis Dulek-Pontiae, Wllda T Russell Green e U M"", .....
let, Conn, for a visit with with their families; only one C. Moil,
Inc, Cove registered! real estate On an aversie day at the 5.55 -...
Mrs. Vera Gravely arrived friends. group by boat. of the University
broker Clay County contact Teaching HcuplUl
Pugh laid later several others The couple will make their as 1IJO IIw,. IT, Orange Park
home Sunday evening from a Florida's J, Illllli
Van
I Persons desiring United of
had planned to come by boat home at IllS North Orange Phone 264 .till
Sun. Men, a Tues, vacation spent at Summit lint Baptist Chard Avenue, Lines service may obtain It by Miller Health Center 300 pat.
and had been forewarned' in
Aug. 22, 21 247E3& House on White Mountains In Vacation Bible Srbool time there calling upoon Mrs. Russell at tents occupy \beds and an additional lye: laminations: Contacttonnes.
that was no public
New Hampshire. The Vacation Bible School or docking: facility In Oreen Cove her office, 708 N. Orange Ave. \ 2111)i visit the out-pat- \ CiU..M
MRS. CIIESHLR ATTENDS lent clinics.
the First Baptist Church closed The guests, according to nue. .
'- -
Its ten-day session last Friday Pugh. paid high tribute to the JACKSONVILLE GROIP I -

evening In the church aanctu- pool, park and other facilities BANK WOMEN MEETING : -i-

I ,fns. Dancing Classes any, which according to Jo.Shadownes not the dork. Th.,'could not Mrs. Clara M. Chesser vice "....

superintendent o. understand why It Is not advertlsed president and cashier of the

- will be returned the school, was filled to cape as an Ideal picnic Bank of Green Cove Springs
city. The school had an enrollment . ,
IN Green Cove Sprlsgs place.A was among those from this

J taut I I DIANE Cs Friday, Sept. I of 171 and an average man from Jacksonville remarked area attending the August Jr sbb
attendance of 161. There wr he had 'been driving
1 meeting of the Jacksonville
PECK BAKER'MIRAGE''s i
13 teachers. S of which
were through Green Cove for years, group National Association of

:* : Now organising dames. men whkh according to the but had not the slightest Idea Bank Women, which was held $ + I
by ate and experience.Parent rule Is unusual On Decision
moet that the town afforded such a at (ho George Washington ; .

I Day II members of the lovely spot. Let us hope that Hotel!, Jacksonville, with 21

Wed, TAug. ...., a Fri are Invited U school made public profession these nice people who came members and 20 guests present. t

M, 21 a 27 rail and enroll their children of their faith In the Lord Jesus front Alabama, Georgia, North From St. Augustine were Mrs. r t

before September. Christ The 1963 VacaUon Bl. Carolina and Florida were so Horse Burthfleld of the St. diN
.
M a M STEVE REEVESSANDOKAN ble School of the First Baptist Impressed with the beauty ol Augustine National Bank, Miss

Church goes down In history our park they will hit us again M K. Murphy and Mrs. Darren

THE BAGALEY I as on of the best In recent and bring friends along with C. Poe of The Exchange BankOf

THE GREAT'sad years. them. St. Augustine

Dancing School George If. R..t, vice president
.
I MM. LUCAS HOSTESS of the First National

'HERCULES. :I KaUMffM Bagatey, A SAFETY REMINDER TO FRIENDSHIP CLUB Bank of Lesburg, was theguest

laatraclerEV sirs. W. B. Lucas, Jr, enter speaker having as his

SAMSON and .__' I I-I7U-U82 Storaloa StJacksonville. from THE TRAVELERSand talned the Friendship Club topic "Oraphoanalysls and the

ULYSSES :: ;, . Fla. Monday evening at the homeof Advertising Man A Success

I yourTRAVELERS her moth.r-In-law, MrsBrantlry 'to,.,."

'IJohn's Lucas, on CypressStreet. Mrs. Joe Reed thanked the

AGENT Several progressions ol officer serving with her and

Bunco were played and prises presented Mr. Flossie Poe the

were awarded to Mesdames Incoming group chairman .t

Radio & TV Vera Gravely, Opal Reed and The members wire remindedof

Hula: PI".. Mrs. Lucas served the Florida state meeting to

ZENITH Ice: cream, cake and coffee to be held In St. Augustine Sep r J.
RCAtl
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eleven members and two guests. i tember is30.WK t +..sT

AMANA NOKOE APPLIANCES t1 F .,, ry

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Phone 2JU-3122 .. -....


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wise >.. Ie em seal ......". I night, we are here to the Implement that turned grease job from a mess Into

M added ......*.. Ike Mflul nerve your newl In an Econo-Grtote Gun Use it withStandard'
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r Helm I 1 For unmatched service, call the Standard

Foe *.t-- uhtiTrMwIrr STA N DAR D | Oil Oistributor-a local man who knows

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New Liner Assures Clean Oven Still Hammering On The Bridge Cross & Sword Softball Game NOTICB LEGAL OF NOTICE SALE


(Continued from Page, 1) Tonight At 7:00A : pursuant Notice la lo hereby a final given decree thaq of

forei Ineuure entered in c.uunumbered ..

t first mass on these shores In softball game. pitting the Court: of Clay i-7S-C County In ,the Florida Circuit: I

158) Green Cove Springs Yarn Company will cell the property eltuat inCUy
County: Florida, described
No expense has been spared supervisors against the as:

a in presenting St. Augustine's employees scheduled for 7:00 corner Commencing ct: the NW at K the and northwest run eait

story. Over 100 authentic 16th o'clock this! evening on the t90 feet to a point; then turn at
right anxl and run south 450
a century costumes have been Rufus Tucker Little League feet to a point; then continue
I ;? researched, designed and constructed field, It has been announced by south 110 feet to the eouth Sinn.
o4
a.V of IheNK NWH of the
I rrnl 1p A by costumer, Mrs, Ralph Mundy. The set-to Is 8WK then ntb: lot test to
', o jt 1 the Point cf Bealnnln of
the
f. Fred Breckenrldge. Ounsspears ,, strictly "for fun there beingno land herds conveyed; then ron.Um .
and armor made by loc championship crowna 4a *. wM li ft Ua tan
t1r a.d rue aorta II* lean tkea
h'Je Jn+enTr'rT '1 al craftsmen will cost in excess pending upon the outcoasaCLASSIFIED tan sad **t Itl feet; :
Ia'1e-?
hoist:
rag feet t* th*
of $2,000. of BrKlnotnV. all !. Mention I.
The events of the drama, Tnwsshle a IotItII. Range 21atn

1 t'e ranging from the glitter of the ADS "! !2v. o the !e"e.et
sP, : dt'bent bidder for eeeh. at the
H to the hostile
of
court Philip! north front dror of the ri.y

E Florida wilderness, will be re. WANTED: Good heavy (Cove Count Borlngf.Courthouse Florida In between Orem

created! tightly, on tire 100 Apply 11:00: A.M. ant L00: P. M. on
'('Cuipmel1telder.. Auvuat Kth. A.D. HIS. '
.fir oat foot stage.The wandera of modem
electronics: as employed Tomes Welding, Idlewild (Court 9.,11riroROR L. CARtWf.K. Clerk

in sophisticated lighting and Ave. GCS. 8-19-ltc Deputy Bv: VIVIAN Clerk H. 8OHM.

sound systems, will transportthe a-1/-1trf\
"
audience back \a the days LADIES Like to be your own Li GAL nOTICE

when Don PWro' gained Its bom with unlimited earnings the JT' Hoard ifc* l I.of hereby County given Cnmmlilonera that-

first victories In the new potential? Part-lime or full cf Cter County Florida
at the .qu..1 of the A sieve or of
worldPlayfflg- time- Husband and wife can Taxes baa itended the time tar
For interview the completion of the Tax. Roll
,work together
In this
a vital part to the first Monday of Meptetn-
summer presentation ale faculty appointment writ "Earnings", her that belnr the Sth (Say of
xaJM rkn I. September, 11,J, per ChaptrrIM.15
r members fran two .f Flo Dos 578, Green Cove Springs. Florida, fltatirfm.' The
>v r- Y rida's institution of higher $-Ilip Board tt Count Commliialoneraof -
will bails hen
1st! Clar County "-
1, learning. Inr complaints, If any there ho, .
and rerefrlnir testimony aa tl) .
Dr. L. L. Zimmerman, head Read It in value : property ai
Say You red and ae.:1 by the County .
r of the drama department at Aiaemior of Taxis for the
the University of Florida'; III THE CRESCENT year IMS. at .::00 o'clock A.M.,
Eight State Road Dept. employe were out bright and early Monday moraine ham September T. VIS.. fit the OnntjrCommlaelon
director of'"Cross and 8wonJ'.jDr. ; Nesting Room In
merlnf on the Governor Creek Bridge on Kill sy 17 . and holding sip traffic. Since Ewoorf Kelster of Cluac1loo1' the Courthwone l
reticent sheet their : wen imAun or COUNTY er>MMI8H10NEK8. -
SRD local spokesmen are dcinra 'eipesMUtarea, im ueUons
,
Choral Music Department CUT COUNTY
1'Ii> asked. Some of the men were boring (or chip pine) _0 hek In the murderous, substandard FLORIDA

A unique new solution to the age-old clean oven problem li! a bride, others directing traffic and still ottarra managing UM peraU.. If Oovenasr is music directs for the FOR SALE Atteit BVi Lulher OeufS K* Wilson L. Carllale. CKmn.
Ronald Jerft
production and
,
disposable "oven" that can be thrown away when oiled.. Its a Burns' ls o million bond issue passes In Ne emfief;; the tldt will be nrplaeed. Meaay. Clerk
semi-rigid aluminum liner which flu Inside Roper 30-inch another member of tAe drama .ltcBCC
any
while, It .la getting being, tender Clrt.The Miniature Steam Train i _
Charm gas range, old or new. Homemaker get a perpetuallyclean department faculty, U. scenery 11. THE CraeriT COI ET
shining oven without use of dangerous cleaning acida or and lighting designer. Dance Locomotive and two coaches. roe *TH Jl IMCIAL daft IT
incinerator-type heat level Of KLOHIUA IV A1U POE
director is Frank Key, head of Seata 28 children, 830 foot nAY COCJT1
In photo sequence above the cook (marts the liner and pops!
CanalTHE ...
a cherry pie into the oven. The pie's delicious, but the juice Barge the. Modern Dance Departmentat track. Good condition. RE: ca-sev' Itne.t.aIN
boiled over. So the cook just puts the liner in the waste con- the University of South 82800Hershen 1',1 It Ion of THOMAS EARL
lain,. Actually, she could have wiped it clean hundred. of time Florida, and general managerof CHEEK and WANDA LEA
before throwing it away. ORLANDO SENTINEL CHEEK bJa wife.
The "Silver Liner" covers the side, back, and bottom of the the Amphitheatre Is Thomas 'OTll.t TO APPEAR 1Speaking
KlxiRMiA To
Boat Ride Seats THIS: STATE Of :
oven. It's a clever adaptation of the throwaway principle widely A Gainesville group called The Citizensfor milos more of nvw shoreline In Florida, win Rahner of St. Augustine KHNEMT SWEETEN: Lat

adopted by homemaker in the use of disposable vacuum cleaner I the Conservation of Florida's Natural and make available much more land and shoreline! The- 40 acres of Anastasia 20 children. fS95 known rr.ld'cress d address J
wag clo J. W. Olnn. tit Main
bags, kitchen foil, and paper towels. Economic tesourcu Inc," has as Its onlyreason for countless parka picnic and camping area, State Park on which the Am.phlth..atre Street Tyler. Teas.
of construction swimming brachn, boat trails and pools Yru are hereby notified that
the halting
for existence U I located are the Miniature Fire Truck a Petition baa ben filed In the
the Florida Croat-State Ears Canal. fishing ground and wildlife and game refuges. site circuit Court for Clay County,
on of the
Ktr/al Quarries
seats 20children.
Hook and ladder, Thomas
Chancery by
Florida In
FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE This group U saying that the eaaal would It will be a primary factor In water'con. where oxjulna was once cut for Karl Cheek and Wand" rasa
1150
destroy Si miles of the OUawaha Biter, would servation and control, and as the last linkof' construction of Castillo d, San Cheek a minor bla wife child, for of the whom adoptionof It In

I, reduce the wildlife population and ftifunt. 2,460 miles of connected waterways In the Marcos, national monument.\ aliened you are the natural father .

CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET ,, The U. 8. Fish and WOdlif fcrrtr. says U. S. will place Florida! on the main: street !Ina The theatre's armchair Mats Call or write to: and to apnear YOU are In hereby pout ermmanded Court on-

that while 18.1(0 man-days of teasers . I Frank 8. Terplen ember, A.O. loss, and show
be lost 78.200 man-days of Eabtne: wail: be ways. ,2,000 patrons, nightly, while cause If any why pall. petition

US SERVE YOUR NEEDS gained and since fishcnnaa tr rxuoirhunters There !U every reason why the canal must : parking facilities are available 1390 Murray Drive hniiH' not'" be my: granted.WITXKHM hand .and seal
worthwhil. be completed; none that we know of why it', .
the gain is for more than WO can Jacksonville, Fla. 32201 of ild' Cnurt at Green CoveHurlnua
canal wlO prwide 2M should not. I H'.rhla this ltb day cf
the
Furthermore Planned for production every ftt.CoritT .
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You Read It In THE CRESCENT I summer "Cross and Sword"will I Clerk I of THE CIRrtMTPVi COURT
Say COLLEGE MATES GATHER 8-lMte
be a permanent cultural llra-e M. Carlisle

SUBSCRIBE TO THE CRESCENT PLEASURE BOAT OWNERS UNSURE OF Charles Dt-mbry of Palatka I asset to northeast Florida. Deputy Clerk I.I..ltcRF.E

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of Jackson- - - -- -
and Lee Langley T--------

DISTRESS SIGNAL REQUIREMENTSIn ,lilt were guests of Julian , < ,
I I Johnson over the weekend.
'
recent years, boat owners on Inspected vessel. I They arc all students at the

0.1 boat suppliers and manufacturers Both distress signals approved I' University of Florida.

r hare requested by the Coast Guard antI

Coast Guard approval of their those specified\ or purchased l If you're scouting around for

distress signaling devices. Boatmen by government agencies are a spicy addition to your flower of saving time

d and marine dealers had reliable types. Reliable fignals garden, look no further until ,
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mistakenly believed that, if are considered a definite aid to you've considered trtnger. Ac. you can cut one more corner.

U --. distress signals were carriedon a boatman In need of assist oordlag to Dr. T. J. Sheehan,

uninspected pleasure boats, ance. horticulturalist with the state's
You dial
station.to-station
e can own
e JJ.TJ.11J they must be Coast Guard approved Agaln' Coast Guard regulations Agricultural Experiment Stations your

types.\ do not require either the ginger is suitable for'
Approved distress signals are approval of or the carriage of growing throughout most of Long Distance calls and always, get low rates.

\ required on Coast Guard Inspected distress signals on uninspected I I Florida but It'. not easy,

and certificated vessels vessels. However It-is recommended It needs moisture, so sites near Means you can get in touch oftener.

USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN! I but they are not required that boatmen carry)I i streams lakes and boggy areas

I on uninspected vessels such as reliable signals for emergencyuse. are perfect planting locations. With all those faraway people you love.

: recreational pleasure boats. I

i Many government 'agencies Ii i f A 500-bed. Ill million Vet-

UOO '1.50 to $5.00 han tested and purchased certain eran's Administration Hospltal -
types of distress signals, Doctors at the a Teaching no,*- adjacent to the University

BARBIE BARBIE I primarily for use as survival pltal of the University of Flo lot Florida's J. Hulls Miller Give it a whirl
I
aids for military aviators. However rida's J. Hillla Miller Health Health Center will be completed .

'' CLOTHES I these signals are not approved Center perform between :nand by July I lillIS. The Health Now.
I
DOllS
\ by the Coast Guard unless Center will provide much of
300 major operations every
l DISCOUNT they conform to one of the ,the staffing of the Veteran's

I' ONLY $1.98 AT 25% I specifications, for.. signals used month. Hoapltal; In return the new I (What t else that costs so little takes you so far so fast?)

hospital will provide a significant

!' New Shipment Discovery at the FairTHERE I) for teaching the students and research and staff facility I

of the University's Colleges of

to' Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy,
0,1 I. JOE! TOY ASSORTMENTHollywood IS ONE final summerof s
entertainment, education, and and Health Related Profes- 'kg' R
discovery to be .had. thit year at ,
the New York World1 Fair. Hie ,
\ ;t, tory, culture science, engineering .
I II." Evening' In Paris ( religion, and trivet-every' itons.PARTRIDGE :
+, field of diKovry: Is there to tt-
'tract' the visitor." At the Christian.
ROLLONDEODORANT Science, Pavilion, discovery, Is
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A FURTHER step Into the realm -
ot discovery: I I. t.ketby the..
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God" and '"" features
BOWL SETS 59Ilayhugh's personal, tnt-hhand.. accounts ofspiritual
MIXING I I I I ? provides fwallng.recorded A answers st of phones to the LONG OISTANCIHis

questions most often eked His Southern
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wtir* *r you turn WAJU WILL ASSOCIATIONS ,
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FOB SALE: FOB SALE LKUAL Kuril -
> LEGAL AOTICBN e LE.UAL: NOrICaAUIENTISIMET a LSiOAL NOTICB
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FOB SALE Pears. Would like HAT FOR SALE! Call GCS i T THK ('Nl'l I r TOIMT or IT -- ,
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to leD entlro THH roiHIII JIDIllil.CIHtllT TUB TIHCt VIKT or : 1'01IUU.. II TUB! C.1') COPS OF
crop. Twenty SSVIMH 1.tt.tt, OK .'I.OMIII%. IN AID THkl: rot HI'II JIIHUAL CLAY tOinri/ LOHIOA
t tree that aro loaded. Phone FOR ft,,% n.l NT>, CI"tJ\.m\lAM. > sea LAY I I. S.alwl propoaala will ba r*. la tkaavenrM :
284-9211. 11 4II1MUIVMa. : ". IIICIIANtkHV. .,. c.lvou by ih. Mvard Cl aubl, *. *1-.S0DAVIDk l
Mrs. ). J. Brock FOR BENT .%-l.lVTHB U : tn.iruuliun of Clay Uuiiat; HELEN nX'MURELL ,
BOARD ft*, eaucPlaintiff. urn Cov. Sprlnsa, lurlua itluiiii.hinir ,
I-1S-2IP OP PU1IUC INHTHreriuM l't.llltiU
an iu..i.rtal and lamTIO.N i
or CLAY COUNTY. rl'6TON.IYIUa MINK . .... b"r far "
: FOR RENT or Au.
SINGER DIAL-0-MATIC SewIng BeanUfally furnished FLORIDA Kilos 0'Tt.: a Mr..r...... landlALVhuAUTI! < to KIM REtJ.*
II and 1!-116 wide trail- Pelltlcaat w. ... C'HII.IUH jLLhULN: i AH lI.l.nd.ntROTICII
Machine. ZlfZafs, sews on tTATA fcCHoOL oran*;. Park Hond or SUIT'
en by THE \ 0. FLORan". end kot'ali%
week
.r'month. Also : 11'. FOHHM\KH' ... described In Ih. .
button 101l".lnll .
makes buttonholes; tll. Taso.yera Property Ownn. p* .
MIRY I. fnalluna
apartmeata. UN FOsnifit.H! : hU wller 01 paid proj.ct. All tolu
of
floor pool and Clllun. of the of AVID a:. KlMBKlLU:
does all fancy deslcns. Sold Included. Newt's MoteL Vllano Clap Inrludini: .Count: mpownlnR KAY WKSIKV JOHMftOI HtNKIM.LOHHilNH' BH.. end..1 ot are I'ubllo'" be addraaawl In.lructlon to the of Board /YI F.I.B.. Hot IYI.

new for over $200. Pay off bal. proper or subject to rxANCKliANKin ... County Green Clay AJ-O "III
77 Beach. Phono St. Angastlne laiatlon Ih.r.ln. wlf*. Cove Yprlnkp. NHW' YORK. NEW YORK
sane ., $12.41 or aasnm* montbly H.apondnta.OHUEH IMfandanta.NOTICB. Morltia. All Old mu.t b.
4- W 124-!611. MMtp hand, of the Hoard net Vliifiiii \ : YOU Aka IIBHCBY NOTiriED
&li payments of $,.... Will TO SHOW CA1'.ETO OF airy B'm' Tu.tt4. AUII' that a cult mass UMB ru.. *..1..,
7 J> \ take older machine FOR RENT THE STATIC OK FLOUIDA TOl: Reuben ... Fo.b.nn.r and you In th* above ntltld ....*
as part Two bedroom, one Thai cta.Vt.iiAU: tKOfkKTYUWNKMaJ Mary i... Fo.b.nn.r. his wu I. Each proooaal mot b* ac< end you ar* hereby r.iulnd to
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES $ payment Call Credit Manager. bath trailer with added ramon TAM-AYh.lUI, C1TUh.N Hiald.nc Unknown" oomuanlad. by a oerlifld, ob.k .*ry* upon pl.mtlff. aturnay
AM UTitKHS HAVINGUH La.t Known Addra arable unoondltlonally to the who* n.m..lId ..dr_ *......
COLLECT. Jacksonville larte lot four miles north CLAIMIM ANY HIQHT IIMarkt Ntrt Hoard of Fublla Instruction. 01 lir.cn, your wrltun d.f.n.aa.
8 POINT TYPE: (Thus IM S5MMS, night .. day. WUI ot GCS. Phone M4-S7M after 11TLH OH 1NTKUK8T: : IN f;.,..*,i., Pennsylvania| CI.y Florida County Urns Cov.gprlnia. I'It any. tc the bill of complajil
type) PIn Insertion, up PUOPKRTY TO bfe!:! At>'''RCT Wl.y Hankta and t'P. bidder bond run'1 '. In paid aum copy of walck la
CARD OF THANKS and deliver obligations. $ p.... I.IIIteH KU UY THK 18HUANCB lit FrancM Hankia lie wlf nlnr! favor :* "r. Board 01! dllvrd to you ...,.wllh, a M
to 30 word tor $1.50 an IN $.1$ 1HB: BOARD OF PUBLIC Hld.no Unknown I'ubllp, I1 Clay Coun before W.DI.mb.r T A.IX '''L
over 30 d 50 per word. Additional MEMORIAM: Up to 30 -ag >R RENT Modem Cement INHTRl'UTION' OF C LAYCOUN'1" you H.uurn r. Fobnnr ly. Florida. In an amount .1/.1 H.r.ln fail not or d.cr** pea I
URIUA OF THK and Mary L, >Hnb.nn.r. mall wife to I.*, of Ik* maalmum bid. eonf*...o will b* entered w..1... l
consecutive Insertions words for $1.50. all over 30 FOR SALE or RENT I. Penney block ......, facing river. CGHTiriCAlKS: OF" INDKUTHUNKHH and )'..Uy Hankln and Frane prlp. In cane a prooo.nl I. not Cone for the relbf prayed II lpe I
Rankln.. kla aot.pt.d. rr If a propo.tl | i 0'
IIEURlNAhTKK: wll are II.Ub ao. oemplaln4T1ir
minimum of $1.20; allover at Bo per word. Farms. Two bedroom house, Two bedrooms. U,,. acne MOKR PAItTll'IUItLY; PIIII.l.'IUIU'V : notified that a complaint t* r.ui.d, and a conatruotloa a r..- NATUIUI 0. lAID

30 words at 4o per .......11ed. Lot 8V front by 15Tdeep. porch sttacked rarsi. Three OK TO UK: IN ANY Ih forciHo. a c.rtaln morta.a* to tarlnry nmnt l la contractor ioutd and" a :ali*>. IUCINO t'O" Ulroroa IUI'I'
WAY AFtECTk.ll: THkltRIIVl: .. fullowlnat d.nribMl r. [ nro. "o"eli. furn WITNIN5
word. East side loll tonne.Garar miles. north of GCS off Hway You sad such of you-ar*.....*- port> ,. to-wlu -- - --- rn l.hed by the auiTful bldd.i, cal. of ..Id COJr,band a Or.a.d.. lb.
I 17. Adults by r iulrd to the trod L..I Fly* (11, niock One tl) Ihs chuck or bidders bond will "orlll.. Core
L 8: GAL alp phone I appwir rn Flnrld.
ADVERTISING GCS Ihir
: Elwood Johnson, GCS. day ot Supumiwr, l,.i, at I.IY MKADUWtiHOOK UNIT) I b. elurn.d In lace In.t..... 0' August A. O. u... and day
11 POINT TYPE 314.2212 clock P.M according to flat .., la within a prlod of thirty 11)1 I
: First Insertion $1.40 Phone S848S, Residence 311 o-It-lU bfui the Circuit r ordd I div. (t lAL
per Court of Clay County I'lurldalit fist Hook C Def.. t and. 1 heraflr la the blddi, hCOnl111.1

(This size type) First Inch; each additional Insertion South MaraeUa. GCS. (Oppsolto FOB RENT Trailer spaces *U I. Cov*tAe Mprlnic.Cur.t slorlda Duane and In Urn akowrau. of County the publlo'rr'cfd/Florida' :Clay: furnl.hlnu I. The euoiM.ful*am*. bidder, will (;'teak Circuit L C"RLI'LIIIa Court
err,
insertion to 30 Tarn MID). ftltUeFOR Utttlea I has be r.uulr.d la ntr Into Drape M, Carll.Ie,
up $ .BO per inch; or .. available. Ino.nlre at why the prayer of the. bn filed aaalnat you anyou alrurtlon. r..mnt. with a eon 1100"1' Clerk
Ptlilcn filed are ruulrd the
Green U the abuts *n to nerve a ClOp ". n. C. Uardl.ttorney '.
words for $3.00 all over Cove Cub Market titled procMdlna rf your aniw.r or pleading ard of Put.Ho ln.lru.tloa 01
required by Statute. SALE by New should not b : ; to Ikeoonplalnt I'lay County A "" Plaintiff
owner I lorlda In
lilt and the C. IIClu.t. f on the ate penal
N. framed * plalnllfe 'ddr..r
:30: at lOc per word. Additional home with hardwood floors, Man.Ua, GCS. lnd.kldn**. d.acrlbd Ih.r.ln torneya llarka. iray, Yat.a sum of not |*u than, Ih:mail< "Hank. UulMlnr I .

consecutive insertions three bedrooms, Florida room.dlnlnf .l4tp and the the la.uaai pruwdlnic lbr- 'of authorlaln, validated Conrry oath Slr..*.Ulbba t, Jackeonvlll III Kant! For.1'10'rid. mum 4. The rontractor'a OW"., prlv,...n.. the crows/. Ccv. Ih.rlll" Florida'

and OnUrm. *, and rile the original fight to rci, all bide and to ..
d. said
ortlfliataron.l.nna anwr 1
READING NOTICES: Per room, Ur .... waive .ltll
minimum of ( peekkileben HELP WANTED of ON 1C MILLION .. or "1..1... In the offlo ., .minor Irr.aularill.. .r
IHJLLAH the Clerk of 'for wbr mad. throuah In.adperlanra .
the
ee.ol,ped. breakfastroom of Crtlflcala of Indbudna Circuit Court
$2.40; all over 30 words line, 352.DEADLINE. of Tk* Hoard of I'uk. In and for Clay' County. Florida, Any lush Irr.au.. LBOAL NOTICHNolle
iterate ream. 3-ear fa- llo Inalructlrn of Clay County, on *r befrr r the Jth day of lalllai or errors mull b* cor-.
at 8c per word. rare deep well, two blocks SALES WORK Excel. Florlda.datd 8ptmb.r I. I Ma.maturing S.nt.mb.r Ills 0.01.,1. l rn the pr..nn**| in. whirs I. hereby tires that
leer .
a.rlally on H.ptemb.r If you full to do ... luel.m.ntu II..U'. prior In the .Grout. the Clay Countl' Zoning Cemma.
from accredited school fourblocks lent opportunity for semi- I, of ...h of ih* y*.r. by will b* taken acalna tun of .IIV ,.o..lrlt..lnn Inl'.ol Non well I hold a Pubhu Hnrla1f
CLASSIFIED DISPLA t: Per :: Noon Tuesday J II" throuah feel, botk Intlua- you for the pellet d.man.Ud: 1 li n whlihi may b* award.d" Hirrwin.. on Thur.'lay, AutY.t 11101, .1
from stores, central retired man or woman to Ira bMrl.rc hlr.t, payable Ih complaint. I. "'1... end ...."III..allon.moo 101: obiouk. In the Aeuml'uurlhuu.I _
column Inch. $140. No discount preceding publication date J heating and air eonelltlo..... a.ml-annually at uih rote. a* Thl. not!.', shall h* publl.hxono the, h. .."' .In." In the attire nl : ': ':' .rm" :
call on business houses in ,hell be d.l.rmlned nllA.r.ol ark wk fnr four con..ou- Arrfclieel. AI.I.KN FHYR Anne.: UnepoCtr:
of Thursday. A real livable Ia._. illS Plainfield not In any ev.nt upon the eacdIna *- five week In the Clay Count A.I.A. Arrhllwl..III ,Park lit,..*, sprlnr4'londa fir the pu r,cJJ

A,,..., Orange Park. Clay County area Kxpen-: fin per net 11%), .menparllrular Cr..r.n4IANN d.nn.u Jarkannvlll nf Him. Florida. Thaneapo.lte nnrn a of 1.,1"h.arln olo.ullon If anyVlo
tlllIlIllllIlllllIll AND ORMcnm al p.rml
H d.rrlptlon of .U A J """o1' wllk
Car M4-4ISJ or 384-8815. gas plus liberal commissions. rrtif'rta MInR ronlalned' I In Or..n ('"v. Hnrlnia, Florida, .will b* rrlurni-d upon the r. Mortlon i. and Y...tloa faracraakCounit
OR SALE! Three ..Wreo.I FOB SALEt -bedroom brick the Petition tiled In thl. pro. this 4lh' da* of August, UII.UOOIIIIO turn of th. plane ands elfl l Ari"'f:: 'r XVt '* the ('jar
ll-2te Must hare car. Fullor .....In.. COUHT HKJAl.) ration In irnnd ri.ndlilnnIM.AY / ,,. ll.stus.tluiiavmm.y
ours, with carport. Moor fur- bo... on I lots 51' x I1T each. IHINK ASH' on.PF.HKD at I. CAnURMI. flM'NTV"' IIOMIO OF | I. u*. the }
part-timo work. Inter- JACK 140NV I L&.IQ. UUVAL Ccunly Tlrk of Circuit (Court rviiur I ivHTiiri-TitiN. uurtcN: : rrlbrd, prqpl"ly, fur I"IVr",1:;
conditioner Inudrd. Within
ire and air city rears on N. St. NOTICE Ida's Sisal, Shop Florida this flay County Florida rovM ni-iuNim'" fork. ,

Good location. All Crone Johns Avenue Will sell furniihed baa reopened ander the managemenl tilting alos, sorvioo work. Auiu.t 111MIKMIRII Ivih day of Hyi mare. AI. Carlisle J. I1, Tyna. J,. Hunrlnihd, . A Burt of the R. A. ".r.noll
J,. WHYIMKUIT ".put, Clerk . .1. /ran Narllan1, Twn.hl
'enrln,. Corner of lei I.- or anfnralshed. Far Information . of Glenda Keigbse Write fully to "Sa If's", JI'IMIP.I"" THK rmrriT |.|..U."II'I" 4 Kouih, liana. It Cacti bee

Id and highland Arena phone S84-IUI For appointment, call GCS P.O. Dot :378, OCR tfoMISCELLANEOI'S jrnirlAt COI'IIT ,,'f'UT.I!.,r.r UK Fol'IITII: p'tAi. l1IIH a10 ....ClHCllf., II. it tOIHT 11111 1'1 ginning Ih. b""*k. *of."'II."t..r'" gum "*Lake* '"

.281-1111.. 7-lJ-tfe IXS. Utfe 455t.. 8ltll.BUYER'S limA. I IV AND Plat CIUY 1'''" c.ne"'I1' (1101? 011' ""."MII". IV Ill'Vlbill.rt, lima" about 010 ,...t caulk.
CLAY ) 'NV FloitSIlt In d.ar... PeN; .
t'III'STY 1'I is*. .//IoU from ih. Wait
ittitfiirtnOTKM CHANPCHY1m. lino. iif HIM l Ion ||. TowniklB
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ttA.HNM WIUJAMSUCIIUII MAVINUa C H"h. ". ".. :..U I The..
IMVIIlIIIoNIIUI.IlItIt\ : UA\N .. North II ....r... I? nilnut.
fNITEO IIK AITI ITATIOX rialiitlCfIMIHIH a'turporallun, .:..t IMaa-nllr ainnn a ..no.
VAN
LINEH. Pre. Putt" 'r"\ IAKEIINUTICK : : u. fUiiitlf, Ill feat. la III* lnt.r..gtlun rl
GUIDER planned tone distance moving : IS HKHLIIY: U1VKN, MIHKNIIuU'KIl: 1'IIILIii;' '"\ *...* "". "' lh. "'.at
. V AYNW! MXKIITN: : with .
THAT IMINALIJ' tw (> ( nd.ntnnniN Tuwnnkln lln. dl lilln.
In "Sanltited'1 ..n.. In flay the balks of the WIMJIwMlUla fulluwliiM OF" si irTHK ami AlldLYN M ..../.""'1'1:. ",11..". II and a. also| lnt"
III. HIU 0 and .. Ih.ni-. Unuih+ |. d..
County rontart ton irrillirat and baa lll.d
Wilds T, K.. aaiuiwrllfiial
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STA1M OF 'UIltIllIo-To.. liifeiidiinl .r... I) ininulK' K..I: iNaOpalls : >
foe a lea dd Iv b.I"U. IxiKIH/ a"MItNl'tul.I'IoII.: ; Ml II HI OF" II ir ,.
sell real' ttlta... 701 N. Orange I ." th.iun. '1..* u.rtlliraio Ih hundred *vn ami
Marian, North s.rohnn1UV | Tlttlll': .Mh l nF' _
rU'lunA' 1 1/Hill' feat 1 ih.no. Nnulh0
CONDITIONINGMIL8ERGER I BEVtUAGtS REAL ESTATE i nuinbr and pear of Inuanca,
Avenue Green .
Cov AHB lU.IIKHY: TU
Spring di-acriptlon of ,,,,, / NOTI lllll.l.ll' WA WjI.101.4.1 dnrran and If mlnul.Vn
.rlf and lbpanic
Phone 214IKI.CHURCH whuh ..... Flk.l: that a cult ear been file /.MITK: Gold CAIIul.VS: uA (Ma' n.tl Ill f.t In th* Ka.l
I *la: a .d are aafulluw ....h'.1 you In the above ..millnuir.d 1.i.: l.ltTK.: bl* MI!., rolJsnr. flank I of IhiMnr l k. lintel>,
TWIN REALTY 1II.tle Crtlflcat. No. I rau.u ens you are h.rqby: r. and sddr.n ."."un., thence North It d.a-r..* I ml.,-
PAUL'SAll \.r . li> a.rva upon I r-l nllf('; ) uu ar. k.r.l.y noliilid III*l qIne and M W..I
or le July I,
" lilt
Name In whlrh" .. ,. annrn.r whole n..m* and ail. loon .ha. ben f Ud ...111.' yuiIn U |S. INIINT, r.n I'I'f.: '
a ** :
UtIJa 7''rlh "'.hn. lruad Corco drone ..p.., b.'.n", your writ tile ahuv rlilllUd .'*... .nlhai 11 Ftr.jitlnathai part deeded
< Ming *
REFRIGERATIONSERVICE NOTICES failnn lows df< n..*. If any l" the hll I you era h.riiy r.iuir.| :I l| I ifnr; tllvhl. nf Way on male.
Realtor ..lorielloel' 1..1* I. I. II II, of eomiilKlnl In .*I4 ault.' eon p file your .*. with I the cirriof k Iln.d. N.. Ill and Iha
Legal Beverage If thia..k 1. kliluradu. nf wh'', h I.I dollvrr.il In yniherewith 'this Cuuri, and. In ..ry.coiiy I. annren Willie's'JO''II
ft RENTAL A SALES CHRISTIAN . Ih.,..., upon the I'litlntlff.. .: ...
SCIENCESOCIETT : ll.!.ht., aa rMord.d In I>.*d on or tmfor M.pmh.II r r..k. l/l you
ft ACREAGE HuoK. II. pane .n rainier *. A. II. IU,. .iiurn.v who* kani* and ad'7lIIYA. '- 11. ft... "lIhllt
oft LOTS >'emit Trait ll.r.ln' fill'1 not nr .Aele prront.ea n enrola of 'let "ollnl". Iii 1 ,hi.
Open I A. M. /.1 A. M. { .. FIIKFMAV: "' JIII'II"III..N. | ,
I All of ld will 10. enr.r.d eraln.' All ,parti In Inl..1 ant
Residential ** prraetlloins In
fdltUala. ..fHateeottaoaad Commercial Cor. E. Houston 8t. A the site I of tire... MprinK. inn f"r I h. relief prared /In Ih e 1{{+ a. '1MllN ,iI''..". .h.ll have aa nniM.riuniy -
HntlBST a....*. Industrial N. Magnolia' Are. p'Inrila.Val. cure bill nf pnmnlilnl. ".r" ,li link." nili>1 lo b* k.ard al aald llm* ln t R. Palmetto Street Daval Covniy Lino I... *.rk r.rllfli-.l.. thill 1 TIn I NATUItK OF MID tVIT Jark.anvlll* Ilens. plash'
Serving Greater Clay c.utrN. GREFt con: SPRINGS b* rdmd la law, IIKINU) Mill LMyoro not later than 1.01,11V A. f n.y Cniinl inning CommlMlon
Home Phone Stt-t78 North ., Orange Park ...". hII... lk. nroprrty derrlbelI\::] In auihr.rtlflrat. WITNMH my hand and .,? Ifl.Ili. Hyi! .""'... R:, Crawl l
IIORIDAAugiMt gnu fall In 4* .., tier..
.
oral! f .nld Chairman
.hall b* cold lo Ih* Court at llrern
....1511 ',..
Ru
PHONEOffice bidl.r al I th City lull 1 a Knrlnv il.rldAI I. lIMlcWMCFARM
22 11MJSubject ,,
\ door .1 in:a* AM on Ih* fir., !lath .day of Auau.t All valnii you for she relief dunandd .
BOATS 234-3831 Tuesday aver' th* fuel Monday ".. Inh.* I'onu.lalnt.
'
PU.\SCF.8 ; Th. nolur* nl .ehl I ) pull bells
In the month nf N>. ptmb Ital, .
Orange An. .. at Bay ... whlrh Ia I Ih. Ilk day tl ......m. IaNALIuPnnnr: : I. rAr>'.1"1.1'1. for Ih* ,..,...'. ...r. DI Nnng.r. .
APPLIANCE MIND"A bar. IO/1 rt.rk rirrii'i/ rnurl npnYlb.rlgR Iho Urnpn/IY' I d LOANS
TV Green Cove Spring* *, 1\.* ".11.., "v Vivian /l. ...hlll l>r.ini> Uiat.d I In 1'100 I'uun.
SERVICEWe INLET MARINA : cordial Invitation .Is estend.rd Clerk nf lit* -y| af tl.nuly t'ierh ly.) Hi.rliU' liimk Aearnbeq: a* fnlluw*.
trFIIOL8TFBT to attend our servleea. Clraia Coy. Hnrlni. Florida J. t' """'1' Nit i n. hNAINIW.IRHNK
I ..1.... Allorn. fr : toll I. a r
Brands rUlnillfr
AH
Repair and Boatyard - - - to....... del Ih.r.of r. .. In 111 1
TO Iliink. 5. ..... H of She currrnlrul.hi TiMnm
Servicing Clay Connty ...
O 414
,.....,,1. .
A Z UPHOLSTERY rf Clay CouuInrlila .
Green pre
For Staten Tears MERCURY Mprlns, FinplAor.11. FARMS

SALES SERVICE II* Thinking of Real Estate? See. H a ANI Also the fnllowlns" durrlied . RANaiCSPARTTIME
ante Park Ph. 284M85ULLERTON'S Magnolia Anna \ '' ...m. *f *....lpm..1

Green Cove Springs FOAL: Nil flf'''' now located In or upon Ik* *.
MOTORS-TRAILERS Noll" I. hunk, given Skit Sb. drrib.d' er.ml..
Phono 284-8784 11"Et\\\\ Clay Coualr 10"ln. Cnmnil.lcn rlvt' /nl ll.illl.ln IUn: : aad GENERAL FARMS
Wet Dry Storage 10 win hulk a PublIc ll.arlnif on liv.n ..'.ot.1 11 HF I..)
1'.1. Welep, II..,., 1I"d.1
FURNITURE Thur.day, Auvu.l II, !Inh al .
24 N. Orange Ave Marino Ways I v* arlmk 1' It flII' Lnn, Trrms . no
In Ih* A.i.ni.
p.m.
.. CANVAS WORK bl, "',,,.,... r..
2841513COCNITKQ lliH.m
.n Cove Springs .f Ih* flay County penalty on prepayment
f.S. 1IIGIIWAT 11 SOUTH Hl.w.rl Warn.r nr..e.Wall d
BOAT TOPS A. CUSHIONS 1'ourl Iloue. Anna.. IIr..n l'er
1I"ln.. YInrIAa. . lu haul.. Moil.I' ) Oil 1I.H
Phono Sat-taJl .h. e
Orange Park purism II O.ll..n
SLIPCOVERS MADE tin! Tank FEDERAL LAND
of
h..rinvbxriion. < any. WITsraM: my hand and lint, .f
"New In Am.nilln Arllrl SIX' of Ih* .aid' I'nurl al cheap RANK AHHOCIATIOVof
Furniture '... .. I'm. '
REALTORFINANCING C:lay ( .nl. / nlna lUiuUHnn li",4
f EED ACCOUNTING INSURANCE with the Old Comfort"C All ....II.. in lnlr..l and lay Uv nl'nnMFIn11Ac July, 1141 Ihi. nalanylll
lll' n. ....11 ears .* ..|iporlun.ttv I'nurl I f.lliroiuiM
A. HCMMrL i* ba heard al aald. Km* and ( : .. rAiuiat.n 4111 *.W. Illh Street
AND flay::: *. lrk, of C'lr.uil Cnurt
OTTO (Nun Xnnlne Cnmmlxlon' flay ranni Florl.la' Phone W-J4II
FRANK WM.
TAX 8KI.VICKLisle : My J.mt c'rrwl lit
Kenney, Owner & PRIME PROPERTIES Chairman l..puly Cl.rk

Orange Are. Green Cote, Special Agent BAXLEY TRIM SHOP .--- i.il-."-.-'-'-('F.-A' _. -'nrunrlu. W

Tel 1848721ponalizrvi .-...- wt11 ........ ....... MM Heat IdlrwiM Ann..
AP.E NOW AVAILABLE
Sen'ices'counl Complete Insurance Coversfeit &-1. Bos It 1./ ,

....... ZI4-IMS
.. un rat AUTO ZONED tOil Jll'AI n"1 i (1)> Duildlng- and property adjacent .

\( nJt t Tax HOMEOWNERS: Green) Cove ApriogsriNN.n.nu. to Mlnlt Market 19
on inghway ; (b> ApproxlmaUly(
.__" .......1.
Upturns MORTGAGE LOANS .4 .....- .. a/.. .- .... .... 390200 feet on U. 8. IT North just ouUldo city limits:

For HOSPITALIZATION ,.to...,...n. ...b/...., 0.__ peon d. Approximately 100' on Orange Avenue at North; adjacent

HUliinl'lI" Firma d; Phones Green Cove II4-U4) ....... ....... 1e/. .......... properties available; U> TWO adjoining propertiesof llEAL

Individuals'Cu. I '" Jacksonville IllMilSULK ..... .... 1.Ile. A Ipa pow r_ 100 ea
.npr 1 pro.
.. Coed Fwwttav. DfUtCRTW.D.Morris T
tan FICKIPA two bath, al 210 W Day Street: (2)) Three i bedroom :

MIKY'S MTIMATEH DCUVFRT house, one bath, at 117 Bt. Johns Ave.
house, |% baths at M3 Bt. Johns Ave.; (4, Two INDUSTRIAL

FLOUDA TRADERS bedroom brick one bath double lot. at HIT St. Johns

er Cow ergs. FloridaPalmer Ave.; ill, Two bedroom concrete block on Hlfhway. IT REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL
t. >* Di tribe.., TRYASMAUAD
it, Tst III-* South, near county line; 'Si Two three bedroom,

.><.. 8. Ormaf* Ave ejeToL 2-bath, JUry frame hoar. at MI IdlrwUd A'.., ei- if ACREAGE

344-344 I All Jersey Milk client price,

rd< Park FOR i X\ RENTALS

vYATEsURONT PROrCKTTt Ml Three.bedroom home .
II.I.. ,
.... TsL M44BS1nding ,
within and outside city llmiu; (2) lUverfront site within

ennyille A ham Rd.Tet I HOME DELIVERY BIG RESULTS city limits, .Ideal for ewlusive apartm.nt development O T A R "Wl HMl IHI KirS

"AU square feet with more available: ')l Home on 70
T7IrmTRADE YOUR NIW NoAfr
wheels. nth Florida room addition, on nice lot off JUS1.iIE5PEACE1
Ef ANTTHXXOOF I CALL 244-t4t or 2843IMIB Florence eo...
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VALUE TED KCTPUUW I FARM AND at'RAL ACREAGE: avallabl! '
IrE [Qt'IJ'JIDT1XZUc.u ".m "IE Lltf L \\5 lifilda

( BASE FTRXTTCRE co. give the city RUIDCVTIAL limits.rtMAXCtxa. Un of varying daN. within and outside u. JKussell Iii


P.e.Knw(1..prtlag beat paestbto Job U now available.TWIN REGISTERED RILL ESTATE IttOKIR
ftee
TICE triTtT' CO. ApplI(1.w' ....,... o a roar printing. i4OTARy PUIUC JUUICI Of THE PEACE

_. Fueakalag.seas Our serrlM will : .-' "
crd %
E. Dial
Jooea Jr. Owner REALTY 2849481 N0OfAl2d.fsIO AMlwllt
|Uaivelt gees pleas poo.' and ,,

SpedaXsto In ,.,. nt.. IT 1-4J41I our prta win be .S101 N, ORANOt AVt. CKfMCOVDFKINCSTBtJBSDAY.

reasons lit*.
Oftlct SuppUea and Hilda T. ".., ...11_ 1111v

Office EqutpmcatLfaM Try aCaseelfled Adha CALL OB FOR AIL Ear '" at P. S. 111. Booth. Gf**. Cove f.*to.aPkeeM

The FRUITED MATTES U4-WI1 Day or KUblWe

.pltte of Greeting' I CLAY COCJfTT CREfCEXTfereiaaply CLAT cocjrnrFb fI ( handle VA a.d PICA repooaeoatoaa In Clay 'sad

Card ..Duval.- CkMmUee)
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PACK SIX: QThAU Otouttttt. Itttsccnt!! THUBSDAf.

AUGUST II, .WSr




'; , g Su iniei fe Around and AbontBy LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE

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... As A Of f LEGAL NOTICE Vt The following form shall

Want la *noy| the tun? Don'tmoks Matter ( FactWith HUGH SMITH STATE Or" FLORIDA guardian be furnished of each to the child parent rBlater-or
CLAY
th* mi.tak ef over**, aid it would be a Dig success COUNTYOn log to attend school: la the clay
/ pasur*. Depending the fair the 14th day of June 111! County IIcbeol lIy.t.1U for the
upon because so many smart and at a Kuiar board magna of school year UIG-Uet.
nati af your akin, tray our In the the Clay County: Uoard c< Public NAME' OF STUDENT _
tun one half la one hour the tint high-pald people was at the In.tructlon. held at the Board Grade for im-l 44-

Say, and gradually Increase the the nation one more at war, Mrs. Ralph Mllber- I bead of It. In fact a lot of the ?m..f the Clay; County board Kaa e ., School (ho... Avallakl

t time a ach day. Its the bat! way ger, clerk of the county draft board, remind young men people who were working the' of oflblle Ureen: instruction.Cove MurloKa In the b'lorde.city ( >Reboot K.y.ton. H.lahLe *.lt

$nburn.prevent. peeling-cmd painful reaching 18 or more; hardest at it were already rich nlmounly he folLowing reaolutlon wa tin f )lrunbar High School 7-U
adopt.dtwnncREAs I Orange Park Jr, A In.
i/ (1) Required to register within live days f.ttertreachin&' and you know how a thing like : ae the result of Nigh School ,.n
18th > umeraua judicial doclilona ( ) Clay Nlgh School .U
birthday that affect simple folk like and J "
arioua statutes enavoted bb.. ( lir.at Cove k 'rTna-* Jr.
n ((2) Registrant should report a change of address to your tr? r I oaiircit of the tailed $/ tat.a. Hick School 7-|
us.Well It .U without uueeUua that : Cir Mill Bchool J.J
local board at I wu trying awfully 'a.I -
once I forced raal .' .. &II harlsa.41 BooMttr
((31) Keep your board Informed of your current status In ,hard to understand the "New publlu l sohol Ia. et :1r.. a.t: 4 IT.&M.laool I"
other 8tata .is W..a& Co IWlaw El..
violates
writing, at all times. Frontier" and asked around if tie CeIl.IIII1Ue. of Uta United kII 1.1
Lrr 'D't $''tatea of I ........
((4) Classification* are subject to change by the local boardat tt.1' It was the same thing as freedom oompulaory Amerka.aeirarat* bat aad taal Moo' II
uui
rekln/elon/drive lb, any time. ,. from "want hunger and chocl evelome for ih. white. I )On... Iatt Nl.a

with ft. larnilyon y ($) Failure to comply with an order from your local board fear and before I could get it and n.necro iiu,M.race... ana wut be .. lou.tr I J t9efTy Th.. 1.4t

ehottumm.rday? may make you subject to fine or Imprisonment. HIGH SMITH straightened out jn my mind, WilaKlkAd the Clay County PAhE.. Nall flint I.'

Keep ih* children art (6) Student deferment If up pop another president with bard uf h'ilbllon truotloa.. ac. School 1.4
r you are eligible. tar
amuted with Transcript of "A.u..u
game* rr It to too many years back study and long e ) ctorc Inlet 1l..
such as twenty credits may be necessary to .determine activity of study a thing: called the "Great Society. aonnturatrua Doable od tha vrlruo Kchool I.'
rf aiwrnatlvei. "hue
for me to remember absolutely
quotient *oncluaed ( )Mtddlf>burir Clem.
geogrophy and satisfactory progress. that it It
or th* I liceni but I do remember Franklin natal to Ue absolutely ea- "BcKoolAJ 1./
(7) I Talk about crntmued
Appeal must be submitted In writing to local Boy a shook-up opr-
plat your Roosevelt .Uon. wa-roae and welfare -
gam* I talking about free of
Parent
where yeu see v / board and an appeal must be taken within 10 days doms. citizen! tc the Clay" County plari By.t.m >....., or- -Uaardlan<

how many differ- after your local board malls 'you Notice of Classification,. If I understand this thing toe formulau dual school a evetema I eluauiatiua I.Nrl.sfINark
:
tint ctl plat** / There was freedom from right, and I think I do: The / .Yv .TMJJUi'OMI! !:* BJD IT "Cllr choice as for x: be..e 1916.1911' school School fit

yew can identfftify. Sales tax collections re last want freedom from hunger Federal Government has took 5.ElSJLVfct, ; ?*; the Clay County. Year. Cho/re of schist for 1955.
county month registered/, In.tructlon all 1956 School Tar "miw't b. in.'dend
the second highest gain from July 1984 in th*: State. According freedom from fear and I do not the parable of the Talent member in ardor thereof to concurring that this form must bo returned

to J. Ed Straughn director of the State Revenue know what art we could be freeform right out of the "Good Book"and Colillt l laws of the land comply the laid with Clay the to fire any of teacher the Superintendent principal or Of-of

Commission collections after we1 won the war. done it in reverse. The Bord of Pub" ". Publla Tnatrwtlnn on cr before
rose 31.71 per cent from 1944 level Urll dose n. .by Place In
elf.ct Aaa-n.t 17. Utf6. The
Ill However the rise did not present much competition to the In fact one of the thing I duds that had ten talent and the.. following policies eff.otlve hill he bind,.. (or choice the school mad

1 And, a* hot summer" tun county showing the greatest rise. Glade County sales tax remember best *.as the classic mado Un la going to be relieved 'uf*> Jt..OIIiIlOnl the! date! l l"' . havoc PATERSOW
can play
with every old line he used to L ltli.li.lUM! : ) OP
on.'. hair whether its at collections last month rose 605.9 from June, 1984 . from reinsure of eighteen of them for tal) i.v.ry child CHOICE eligible r'hairmanlay _
(s, the swimming pool or ont 13.155 to $19,116. me with was, "Tfw only thingwe the guy who had one. :h. ..nt., and 'Intending a star to (In.frncflon County Board of Drblle

I \ 17' 1 the golf coune, you'll want Clay County tax collections last month totaled clone to have to fear, 1 Is fear Itself," What's more, they don. dug I Krwlea the tint In publlo through, the t-welfU Clay JESSE P. TYJTES JRuorrintendcnt

t., *a nlir good* family.shampoo Nw for Brick tho $35,500, up from approximately $26,000 (in July, 1964. Last Well I used them all. up some clown that never had 1 ft"J: %?,school the| '''veer"nnlnVof shall' have lbs traction of Public. In-

r\ ,M Concentrate Shampoo tak.. month's collections reflect taxable sales of more than In time. I got uned to being any to divvy with :the rUht to enroll In the for. 7 f9-4te
tor* ef Dad's hair Here I getting hungry marts all .W hlte. or formerU all
w.lla. KO :
1 as 1171000. hungry. To tell the truth. I heuro echool nearest .iLI.i: IV THE ('IRCIIT rOtRT fTHH
u+ Math., ., correct dandruff wanting; something and being d....,. and .oJoy lhs
rot
wasn't really hungry. I justdldn't beDlI 01 81'11 JUDICIAL
I problemt and all ..", Ic.. and
\ comes In a faclllllsa available CIIMIIT OP FLOHIIIi. II AND
1eY suehandy unbreakable tub. HEW has released a question lend answer sheet on new like what I had to eat. scared again! or at said at bcol. Thrantod. S' MI C''A r IXM' '%TVIV

j. :',r'1 Z social security rates. Like this: A fellow can eat Just so much Iranted choirs to tb.h.r.11I a."t I. CHAVCLKYMe.:. ft-!.
or guardlau 4WILI4AX -<}
Q. How much will your social security check: be' raised? dehydrated Junk and Just so UM2AL. ftOTICB .of... tk"IHT tO pupil ouch or person DUB" 'In.oh. 1Y. f.'WJUK J. WEEKS RE AT A

: Say You Read It In THE CRESCENT; A. The amount of the increase is based on the worker's full and much such powdered until he eggs ha and had milk it. IV TUB CIRCUIT CO IHTOK : or Ins PUBIU In. loc,.ParnSUa?, to such"pupil| or OKIOEIt PUIntlfflJ and HAaBAI.1 W.

CLAY COIWTV.' FLUHIUA.IK "hoWe belet.rcte.dda
t amount at age 65. meal the

1. For those who started receiving their checks at age And as for want! That's *.CHAMkHY. WIIM.UJKHSE ;: .time..,irf f. '1 Teacher the n..un.r prlnUBale herein John J A. A.SANDERS (al.o Vnnwn a*
Handera) and UtTTT: r...
; I List Your Clay County Property with'-" 65, the increase will be 7% of their monthly check. Since where the I really first got day wiped somebodytook out. ..TUIntUtKVAVHOWELU: P. HOW ILL! and not.other.. permitted school DarllOlln.1 to lvlao...IIali"c. SANDERS K.llT). (oleo known :aa 8.tly

2. For those who started receiving reduced benefits before o.m.od or oU..r"'I.. Influence l>>>.fendanfcM

r age 65, the Increase will be 7% of what the full a pot hot at me, I wanted : D.fendaM inch..r.'l derleloB.. "*.Nor' favor will school... .ricB or SUIT
to IPt far I could ' ana or P THE: TA'lk. or rLOIUlM-TOt
as away as .NO I CIa OP illtTUB olll14r. "
Frank J W. BrownAnd amount at age 65 would have been. If the person is get I far all : gfAlh OP F1.OJUUA-To: 010010. _d.. b.cau.e 01 the. Uut L. Handera, al a known.ae .

now 65, the increase will be the fuR' 7%. It he is not got away right EVA HOW ELL (.b> la u. event oYlrcrowd. Hetty' Kelly1.4a
far to Sasebo far He>ld.. > Unknown In. re..lls at miani Strait
away awayto nc a .rHuul.r
school
yet age 65, the 7% will be reduced by the number of YUU AKU! Hh.llk.Ulf! NOTIFIEDthat irons lb. choice made. New Orleana. Loul.laaa 1
Attodatc Manus and far to all Priority tf YOU Alto liLKkUY: Notified thata 1I
months from January 1965 to the month: of this 65th away a cult ha. been fll'd ageln.tyou oa a.lgame.l, shall be baeed eol.lp still haa .ooon filed acalnat you I
the other In the above cntltUd oroalmlty without
birthday. places nobody wanted cam racial ceased t. la tha above entitled eauae and. I
and toaideealiune
you are ar by required to
to ( that you are hereby required to
cThu.
Xegtstered Seal Estate Bnkar1IM The Increase is retroactive to January .1965 and the go. serve whoa upon narn plaintiffs and addrcn attorney relented tr.c.wb.......of. choices overcrrwd" file your anawer with tho Clerk

difference between the old amount and the new amount Of course, none of us were your written defense.appearhron Ins win b. B0"".<1 and permll' of thereof this Court uroa and the tr.n.IIlaIIlUU.. a'copy s1. t
coward In- those days. We If any to the bill of eomplalnt I." to hake .* ." ctlv* choirs' .. ..
UA rnihway 17 Oranp far will be paid as "back pay. 'In laid ult, copy of which U of 5 folmerlr N.gro. ..r formarll' Ic lurney: h. name and ."dr..* r

Phew SM-IIM Q. What is the most social security you can receive a faced our enemies f0U[-eQUare, delivered tc you h.r,wlth. onCf White II. R1flllfTItATION M..uuL: Ilerwkk Aaderionf. }
I vowed eternal togetherness before September II. A.I l), 1945. Cai U. U All .
" ,
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month? Herein flit not or decree pro In the itendlnirachool .., cove Mprln-. Florida'
all for one one for all and ronfeiio will be entered against Cloy County School Hrei not later than Hevtember elk
A. There has been no basic change in the' method1 of figuring very man for himself. you for the relief prayed In the i !iiduli"iitbh001 year ""- A. D. 1161..
bill of rompliHiit. rea-l.tor for If you fall to do 'o. decree 'J
school pro
your benefit. The average of your actual earnings year UU.nll l by return'
One of the worst wounds I THIS NATURE OK SAID BUTT '"* the r*.I.Ltatfo. confoeeo will be entered against
after 1951 (or 1937 whichever It i higher average) ever received was when I was nnvo: ron DTVORCE.mv I..hn. .IDOI..I ur forms the to Office any you for the relict demanded laIhe

COTNEY will still belied to figure your monthly benefit. Maximum running from a lap suicide nf WI'rSFII".Id Court hand.t Green and the Con.seal Oft,...tru.Uun Ih. luD.rl"ttonl.nt b.t..a' Au.lI.t of Public lire complaint.nature of said cult being

''I taxable earnings over the years have changed from boy who war plopping machine Augu.l.Nprlnsa "'101'1 d.. this elk day or lath throuvh AuKuet II II.. for the furwluMir of mcrlaesacumbering
.
A. D. UIII.fllPAT. !Uurlt, Peck perl" the property and
TIRE $3000 up to $4800. The most payable on these earnings gun bullet at my heel.. The : .)' it mall .tw majiilaiur rew.tr.tlon that the. 'fF.ml. l."ca.led In Clay County,
tone person was $127.00 per month under the old law Olr.OHOP.l L. CARLISLE!:, Clerk parent or au.rUi.a ot tae pupil Florida. di.rslb...| a* follows)
bullet
nevertouched me but: rircult Court
rasletarios! to .Lta1l4 The slut II feel o| lx>t 4.
with $254 maximum to the family. With the. 7% Increase I tumbled over a tank top and llr Ur.... K C rll.le, Inc Ilea school year school Into-leee dllr'C liliM-k. II Dress. Cove Hprlnceaccorrflnr .
Keniitr Clerk ...
r "O SERVICE ,' the'maximum payable to one person is $136.90. skidded twenty feet Into the KKNKHT: T JACOBH. !'.r..r.nb. the I
\ ?l The taxable earning have been raised to $6600 beginning brat end of an oil hose which Allor.AiMmie..": fcr' -Plaintiff the ib, All puma,i who attained recordsof cUy County, Flo
ana of five
-Jacksonville 1966 and as additional year of earnings under! the got me six stitch and the tot Law Fxrhanire DulMlnir nine II) month (ca it year or beiore and R ITNESN my band asdrtM
Cor. Park % King : Jacksonville t Klorl.U l.2.4tp| fl.*. d.* o. the eai of mall Cburt at Oreon Cove
new $6600 rate pass, the maximum payment possible to purple heart: Ifhi achoola ou...month dorms within Hnrlna-e Florid, the and day

Phone EV 9-3027 or EV 4-6491 one person will eventually raise to $16800 per month I wasn't really scared the IM TIIIJ CIHCtIT ('UI RT Or :rear bosinaing.h.U' bo adnutted at any the of( Auvuit III'AI.IOEf'ftOC, ':1"5.fCfJl'lIT .

111A/ with $368.00 total possible to his family only reason I rifest get up my CLAt Otlt tMafleNt, rtu.WA1l. IMivil. who of Intend the to avaool lomm.nc.term r.. CARLISLE

Q. If I earn over 1200.00 a year will I lose my social security legs wouldn't hold me and the %.. _..I-V the first crada for the eckorl Clerk of Circuit/ Court
JEAN: Hi-UtCX: ; : car IU..I.... In the Clay: couaer Cl.v Ountv. Flrrlda'
: benefits only reason: I got sick wa CUUPKK. h k.bool Scrims, .flall by and Ret lrae f. Carlisle +
'. IIIIIRIS: law to- hold' back AL. _ ,_ _ n. 1'lalnwlfl! thr"lI"h th.l ....."L ur .....e..,. ldlrhw air Clerk
.M A. Not! Under the old It was necessary : 11ec aWlerl.. .mp' ... roUlI\jf. llRNR1"LKE. OMJPKR. oiher uerfuii andeng In looo:-;; 1.

1 some benefits if a beneficiary earned over $1200 per year Naturally, with all this heroIsm Defendantftoiiiia ly par.aU nil.Whita.r..I.lar.t Ue former.
or Corm.rly
Beginning in 1966, a beneficiary can earn up to $1500 going on,. we couldn't help THE STATE or or lilT Nenrr." athuoi of their choice all NOTICE 011' "r""TIO
b'WICIUA-Tol: lull TAX ..tI:.,
per year and still receive all lib check for the year: For win the war. Henry Lee UouaarH nearaal. thai reatd nco. from M/TICR'
I From the smallest to the LARGEST! >'oll.nd Netk. North Carolina uJVtt II 1111. Uarollllh l Au. U llEKEttr GIVEN
earnings between $1500 and $2700 benefits will be with- To my dismay,, the United YOU ARK MKJik.UV NOTIFIED 1511.cl THAT L u.. TIUJNUHAbT
II I earned Benefit will that s suit haa !> *. fll.d '.'In.' ( i'uull tran.frrUa Into the la the hold.r of the
Distributor Miller Tires Autolito Batteries held at the rate of $1 for every W States Government presentedme you In/ the above entitled cauee CJay Count! School ay.l.ns! for lac certificate sad ha ( 11 41 i:
be withheld at the rate of $1 In benefits for every dollar with some fourteen medal and you are hereby required to the achool par lath.tese who certlfliat for a tax. deed t* b*
red sot altnd eckool" IB inch lamed Ih.,...... 1 ". certificate
.n. .
earned for earning above $2700 per year. Regardless and most of them for uses Masll/rs .Uor" ...I.m during .number
RECAPPING!: .;. RETREADINO were ..b_. Kama and adUreee appear the "fhool year sad year of 1..II.IlC"
the amount of yearly earnings, the monthly check will place I tad gone rather than heraun stop written d.t....... IKI-IMt' and. eke are not cons.meneing deacrlptioa of eroBorty and the
REPAm1NG It .' le the oomDlaal: I lha Orpt orr.d.> hall by fo'uw1? click ""...4 are w
be paid for any month in which the person doe not earn things I had done. Furthermore In .:.fd .alt I'f'f what le and throuiih their parent or .f, :

$12500 an employee or render subMantlaf services tar only pine we could delivered to y.all herewith on or uuJl.n lee in 1 loao.r ether woos eund- Certificate V*. U
and In- over as b at',. K.pt.mK.r !L A.U. liti. Darrnlle. r.al..r al Year cf Uauaoeo Jply t, 1M1
In self-employment get the ribbon that represented lUreln fall not or decree pro .the....b formerly aIL Near...1II..bGel tile or for. AUaa Name AooUL-la which aaeaeaed:
coafeaao will be of their
ORANGE PARK (Continued *n Par Seven) these medals wa .t the for the ralief entered reed Naln.l1'w. .. the rheka nereel. tear reeldence., eairlplln;: Part of Lot 1.
tailor bill of complaint. b".n 4uu.t 51.. IIU lhressh Work II North Suburb ..
stops, and my batch TUB NATI:MK or RAID Au.cal U. n'L recorded la Deed Book .. Wee
3 Sinclair Station Road Service cost about six bucks after having I leap: t'UR UIVOIICK.WIT.Xl.IW SUIT i"In m.. of .vrerowdln 4t H.rrlan. lilt '
first Dr.r.r.nc. la choice of Certificate No. M
mr feud and
them sewed en. .. .. eakl Court thea schools will bo at".. lo throe Year' ef kuanc lair I. 1995
I ItS V. S. Highway IT Phone SM-MS1 Don Pool'sunjr.BKKYiCB Wide-eyed admiring citizen .
U. 51 \\
day of A"1il A. uCHAD lees lhrevgk Aa u.l f7. 1111. 11a. Freeia
topped! me on the street to l Jt 'peaeel orrlptloa: Port of Lot T.
Th. choke made lilock t, !North *."
( al the t .rb. a*
com LAUNDBY admire my meal of ribbon. and JRORO: : I. CARLISLE:, lime. of roail.ir.iloB .. harem roccrdedl l. Wed Book ... pa..
X felt petty sad about them (lerk ( rrull Court .....* ..,out shall ... Madiafor' 17*. .
....... .t Neaps welt On Itv \lvUn H, ..... the reboot year I951-I>.*. Certificate' 41
until torn wise guy asked me I',nutv UUrk n The foreaolnar eJ...n of 1''. Year of ....._ July I. IMt

i's Ope 14 linn Bvsry Day what tar, were: for At which .I.Co AYAltornev for l'Ia/.Uff Sl.traties.11.11. will.b. fslaws4 .._ Name on.ella la which.. III....._.._...

I ntle-Bnd!* MswktMfjDaoblo time I scowled, ; and said "For A4Hrees II L THXN8IVUTAT10M' erriotloa. : NK': Quarter of Lot
P. n. B._ .... Comnienalna with the school' Abet I*. North' .....1'..
U4M lie 1.4... I..> ....... M* being aihalry-lened h*-bollock-: .*re..* Crve 'ttpre... FloridaSII4IP year un.",,. all .......I.a. by oicent Part t* William
log man-o-waa man. that'sRhrtl' "d tbrou.h their paroat .r fertlflrate No. II
rtaftDryilNYBTBODT ...larduia or rth.r .rwa ..ta.dI" Year of I./ ....'. July t. IMS
WBLCOMII I" loco earentu. .hall .save Name fn wMHk ateeeeed
Which the M THIt COI'NTT JI'IMMY freedom of choice with**! r*. Willie woe Freeaiaa.
1 wa only answer ('Cli? M AM> row aard to. that race, color. or Bat- I1.seelpt, .eat Lot 1. Block Q.
X knew to [ ". I didn't know CLAT COI. '*TI. r'At".o" .tonal.... ..erl.a. to rid. any eckocl IIIh...... Plat
..". i JIIao. ra .1'.1..1' tho. Clay Canal All of cold, prrperty belie I*
what they wtm for either. to. Rer>'.,. ora aVhool. Mr tem eeriiaa tile wheel rile City .' tires c.". *Pna.c
Wrfl. In du tune, another > BHTAk Jk.NXINUS -roVtod' ebnlre. All brae will! flrlda.UnIee.
lleo'...... c ee a Bead.arrimlaatcry cack cert If tea lee shall
president came alone and starts It DTI IK: TO .ID.TO.e basis. aceo.gi.g ... *ckoo| ..,.11- !k* redeemed ......rell.. t* law.
t'"tjy + ti MADAM BESSIEShe a new frontier which caughton '1'.. all credltora tad all p raM* meatIv.. ". arooorty described la aa<-krertlfiniree
i a.vln_ eUJnie at deawade aaaat PCRao.YNfi.A55IONME\T. will b* eoM' t* tko
tr right and left. Everybody aid .,.,.. Aaaeereest ed ........t a klckeet kldder. at Ike Cllr Hall
will read your entire life pad, aa4 each ef you, alt ....1. pad b .U _".. door at IS *e A. M. .a tk. first
wa* talking< about It and admiring are .Y.i.: otlfled wad reeelreda. shall be wade wll'.t r.rd"t. Tee4ar after tko fleet' ..
present and future. She asks 110 ,ueetJon. the way it sounded and . .r_., say calms sad demaade *"?.. K..* .* "leaaa.l erlclik la the atonlk of Coolt ....: 55:l

but will tell you what you want to whk-K you or ellhee. of Uto1 ....'*'."!.Pleas wilt *. talh which I. the Ilk day (f CVaUa I
her IMS
hav acreaaat" 4* thla
yea> nay anlait tk* .., .
Fu know giving date and facts of busineas ale rat K. MUTAM JCNNINOH.Oe : ..ucl" "'""* .* **. "c"*' yep III Slut .n...
AUTO LAFFSHCNfYXCAftTCCT d.eeas i Via, C.s.ty'krlda IMi-IMS lye ....,..,. IB. W love, health and family affair Will, / t-,:. d.vsty! J.4e cl I Mcvlce Tralaia_ Prraa IM firm flees .arlao*. FHrld. |
feral,. rosy to *b.. ......1. work ...<_xIJS&KSF&Sff T.adt.NOTlfw.P.
Pv help you find lost art. TELL you whom I In C)r..a (.... ..1'1.Courtaeuee.... Clay ,. "IOU et.bl..a rlalisg &e
us .....
you will marry and when. If the one you Oeaty. rtorlda, wlthle elmaiomk ."I.\&at.m ac. .bad. oo ....U be
from the dale ad seal .-.... APPLIOAT1ee
Cal, tE Ion II I true what part of the eoun&r111 ..Mlrelloa at thla act of'.IM,. nnl Cl.,hail. I.d.... all ea .........,. of prow TAx DE.D:
what to be Each claim. or demaad mss Coast, b1.wida. NOTICE IS imtBBT OITXX.|
luckiest for you and to do .1 pea, sates =
a srspel
.
t N la wrltna- 4 Meet Male the THAT I V ANITA HBMMYl:
)E successful. Will reunite the separated piers of rxldeare and extet.rft All 1'.1.basally wesana ... sir. to tbs kolder .1 Ik* followlaa-l
.h e addreee .( the claimanta ,....... eaaaaa ge..se will tea "!'fIne.,. ... bas Shed) oaldlcertificate
,..., ,... locate absent friend and relative, and mash be '.01'. .. by tkrlalaiaBl .. r cad DWAelsala WIll N for a ta* .... I* ael
between and wife. hla a5.51, or his at- based tkeroeex" Tk certificate
wH *jaVKiia BBBoj cause happiness man
I toner, or I It will b *emo rotdarrordlM ** ...._ cad peer ., teawaaei
om&sari Make up lover' quarrel Tell, If sickness or bad hick: 1* IA law. deacrlcHIo. ef property cad Ikaom ,

I New 30' KELVINATOR Nee natural enemies evil Influence and bad luck. Doe not tell Each crodMor revlea 1 of shall..,.deliver claim nfrirUet lo- k 1 II sad Ill sea...,.,..,.Paragraphs., ... well I........*la. which *..**..< are

._101. the ("....,* Jedce ,. mall Bkltako4 ta tk* Clay Coaaiy Certificate No. II
but will tell the truth. One visit win repay
to please you Creoeoat. earf Tk* Broe*. News' .
.. Tear of laaaaaoo t
$ OM t* oak orooao.l _* hip HI]
I Electric Range with ,,2 A WEUCKUVINATO" you for dUappotntment In all other I not only read your t.'.... paN keel ...a.. wkly... ,.. :,:...r.west of N._ la wklck --..:
P.Ud fc Ilk *" *' *...... Fettle kTalov
i ) lift like an open book but X also help you out of your THE CAR srwrrco/ far_fear .tt'iaKrSyr. week. rvrrlMlo. : Part *f Lot I

Thrcu-Away Own) Linings! TROUBLES. Com and see why you are so unhappy, why A.MnmnYr..e n. JKvxrvoa R u... .1 .'.... ItI.'|.*. u- Block' IS North ....... pea .
BRVAV JK.NVIX.l!: 1R *.dM oa Nortk k* Ed AltVort let
to wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted >RIKiy: Alt wsa ....taterie* f.f ,.. East ... Male .. .
Dbpnable aluminum Ml Unlnci raid the opaltarn : everything: seems go A hard starting car caa be R ANI>RIi.1R. at 1091-late ecose ..., drlas Weal th "I' .I.".
In Ilk Kelvliutor ( tUNNCSYOU sick and worried when you can be helped and T..nqeil of the BRTAIIJEM.. Alms, U. seek Ikra. k W.cisgt.a Jga.|
Wheatk7 d
= ova a lot of troubles Let u* tune .1 II. If. sal' Lagoon .* recorded t* Dead Book 11
will
VALUIITlutyfh
yosJN whlek tl.m.ut and MCATtM everything mad dear by consulting THIS DOTED: NINON lel'asdF7AWYfia rlaaereoa ,...be. fa. rielcloaL, a sass I.I ..c.wl pert rowrdl
...lin with ............ anunlaum *.d. It. aav > i en**** CeMMII up your engine for the .*. AMD MARK the' OftVf ".1'.. \ rr *4 I* Dead Book II. paoYl .
do 4 the ..
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_and.w Inexpeneivol. loa k taUy. === :-= UEDIUUI: Everybody: welcome. NO MAIL .u wmm. lest starting you eaa hav H, P Will.... MenAllonan of INkUa I..'.....-. loetrwotUae .-. ,,..All *,, aahl prcperty betas I
. frr the r._tae n .( OeeeS Core 5rul
Don mistake the MADAM cad
call. ferme
make house
Ova ..... I no address 4e. law F.rhane. so which their ".rtot..
IkwrWUMf. Unhig.tap.sides kettwn ad .rase r ra Baildlaer .areoH. or .
s LMMWOvoaOoor Plv.. *.I.U..It1I. .rweww.erve'e... (- BE88IX: U located north of Callahan on Hwy SOU on*. LARUE'SSERVICE Jarkeoavllle .. riorM ... their loge loardta of ...sea*..*..eaerrlao.| ..., lie Calm nch rrttn..*le* .kail,
redeeaMN
P riiSMt INN OMtrols e Automatic Oven UfhtAdlestsM ::-: ...-==-saw .ball mil from City of CALLAHAN Fla. Phone $1 -23SO. a.11. LIMMcTK1 to k* .U.....e ky Ike _..L told. the None aeoordiaa-.- la. awV Uw

Mat Irelllaf Cv.*l*nl t a..v.er'r eu.oewe..s WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OP HOUSKAcrou .1'fame. -"be....rt. .r*.4 Ike'f aay trine IOMBor of. .....1,....'. .".!] w 73d t, .11

"1' 99e.a.d saws..W...a..eww. STATION the .. rlB.**...| of Pvkllo b'ebsl "Aep. at the CIty n.
' l the beet from SPORTSMAN MOTEL Prom tale. dar forward I wrO aw air Sea laatnrtto SnIp at le M A.N, as the nn

-;; (LfAKTV AND APPlIANCES Open dally I tun. to 10 p-m. including r Sunday ..... M4-I1M see.".ha. ey reM..,....|a*|.other fnr .,.......g. .let.e ,.. hall II. Ieeh afe Wrlltoei.... Ike lootrwetlM ease Aegs.t eel. Tsed.y 50 ... -aRer.,.. arbaembee fIo. fleet N_1MH'i _

... THIS CttTFINO ant TOO A U KKADtNO FOB ft se.. Hwy M ITOnm ralFarld lisa forth la detail Ike pollrtoa bee.wales .... 't' ear et eepbt
'f A'. t ; W. Day at oat 1* this. II....'.... Nr. ....
lNss 14-4411 Or Car twhara Cwv I I ell Reamor Zedae.
1I. *** Swtag fI' ittlaafro* koioa rf she
.I" Oraaee Park chool Mil to k auoodej. Clerk .4 the nt" of
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TfltRSDAY?, AUGUST It, IMS Gtay( (County! Crescent!! PACK! 8ETEK




M H C & Penney: Farms e N6 CLUES! Four Arrested For Butterscotch Tam' 0' Shanters



Reporter BARS. HERBERT D. UTtBS. Phone )- IIItErOBTER '

l\In. Mary of last week were her daughter- sieve, Switzerland. "Summer Wardrobe! Hints" Grand Larceny Gas .1'
;
,loess In abeenee.1 MM. Hr- in-law, Mrs. James McBride,
Although la pleased
everyone
ert D. Myers on vacation. Jr., and granddaughter Mary
Mr. and Mrs Ray Bmalley about the approach of warm
hone UM9S3. McBrIde of Biloxl, Mississippi. returned to Friday, August weather, it brings problems for
The Rev. E. L. Ferris will be With them were Mr. and Mrs. 13th, from Camp Olisson jour summer wardrobe. Station Burglarized
Give clothes the
he preacher Sunday, August Leslie Selander another granddaughter at Dahloneg in northern Georgia tame foe your attention summer thnt you give

2, at the Penney Memorial and !Cattle. her a Methodist camp which Is your woolens.Rotate the wear of
hurch: 10:15: tervice. Rev. greatgrandchild from San Antonio attended by many different your clothes and give them a Sheriff Jennings Murrheo reported of the motors and air conditioner
Ufred Watkins will assist in I Texas. Mr. Selaader Is groups of over 100 young people. chance to"lIan:out reshape that: four Clay County to hideouts In Jacksonville .
in the closet Don't with
Jhe service: an Airman First Class Instructor put up and selling points In Georgia. 4 "v M rn dA
: While there they enjoyedthe dad perspiration stains,put dress men and one Duval County t
The Friday morning IntercesLory at Kessler Air Base. experience of panning for snitldi in all your clothe Even man are under arrest for the At one time during the Investigation -
prayer meeting, August women's sleeveless dresses can grand larceny of five outboard Deputy Johns posedas L
feO will bo at 1:30. The Rev. W. Robert O. Dobbs of Rock- gold.The most impressive' performance inside have demi-ahwlds easily sewn motors and one air conditioner i an accomplice of one of the

Colt Is to to the leader. fan, Connecticut, his wife, Jean they saw was the Of course, wearing light from the Doctors Inlet area. rings member and actually:
The PJ'OIfIID'wbleh ,was toe aat children, Christine, Bruce drama, "Unto These Hills' clothes in the city is asking for Charles Prevatt, Henry Prevail ' went to the residence of the _
present Sunday evening, sad Dilly are guests ot his which depicted the history ot trouble. Save your pastels for John Bright and Gerald fence In Georgia, trying to peddle _
ugust 15, at T otlock in the' Parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Dodds. the Cherokee Indians the epoch holidays and wear your dark Groassle' all of Clay County a television set and came
the And when
cottons to office.
,
[Quadrants* Lounge by Mr. and ....... R. A. Doddt teach of their Trail of Tears," in an you are away on vacation try to and Paul Wright of Jackson. away with valuable Informs- ;. "'""rrw B
Mrs. R. O Bwlgfcrt was postponed -'I es elementary music and Mr. audltortan which seated 2100 have your clothes hanging: in a vllle were arrested and charged Uoa br

dne to the heavy show- Dodds la an Instructor 01 Unit persons At the performancethey cool closed closet so that the with grand larceny after a On Thursday, August 12,

en and Win be presented nextSunday ed States history in North Haven : attended the two-million humidity Bathing wont suits make wont them get limp.that lengthy investlgatloon by deputies 1985, John Bright and Charlea

August 22. The topic High School IM'Incheir th paid customer one of a failed look if you put them In a Mark Johns and L. A. Prevatt plead guilty In circuit
will M: "0.. two years *tPiednant stay of 10 days they plan to family of five from New Orleans basin of cold water after returning Mnns who uncovered informa- court to grand larceny of an _
Coh,." which to a 'aIL points of interest In Flor was Introduced. The from a day In the sun and Uon that led from the theft outboard motor Henry Prevatt _
mission college at Demomt, Ida. Sman.,. said It was very cold I east water. Also, frequent use of Indicated at a preliminary
the steam iron will gin pep to
Georgia. -' in he auditorium and they tired cottons. CRAIO MAGUIRE hearing ho was guilty of stealing *

The usual hymnlnglng was Rev. sad Mrs. Allen Kosuad were fortunate to have had Once stains or spots appear onyour the air conditioner from
AT STATE 4-H with
Hero's a bonny spring candy. Imagine praline* a buttery,
held at the Quadrangle Loungeai and children Tommy Cynthia blankets with them. tended clothes.immediately., they should Even bo drip at* BOARD MEETING the Church of God In Doctors old.fashioned toffee taste. That what delectable. Butterscotch

schedules. Dr. Oeorge Slow. aM Mark paid a surprise The country around Dahlonega. elr)'. .... with dryclean Inlet. Paul Wright and Gerald Tam V Bhanters are closest to. Then add a silky satiny teltU,.
aid led a tiscusston Instead of visit to Mrs. Jt nrad.. mother in a radius of M miles, is ing. Soiled clothes are only an, Craig Maguire of Omen Orossle are awaiting preliminary for extra goodness Butterscotch flavored morsel make thta old-
the planned program. Mrs. W L. Harvey, Monday, known as the poultry capital invitation to the moths Cove, attended the two-day sea hearing. time treat tho modern way with instant butterscotch flavor and
The best and most economical slon of the executive board of contemporary ease.
off the world. The Bmalleysalso .
August 9th. Rev. Konrad the Butterscotch Tarn V Stealers
thing to do is take ,ouneLt" to ..
4 Club CouncilIn
the Florida H
New anrlvals at MAC. are pastor-of the Lutheran Churchat visited the Mountain Agricultural a do-it-yourself dry cleaner with' During tho night 15-U August 2 CUJ1llI"ulaleclsullf U teaspoon salt
Mr and Mrs Olen V. Bailey, Inverness Florida. School at Hlwaaaee, the sear Valclen Drycleanlng Tampa this week. 1985, the Magnolia Texaco 1 cup light brown sugar, .. 'I 6-ounce packet (I cup)
formerly of Grand lUplda. North Carolina. Fluid pi-ores<< *. Tho board Is the policy nuk. Station, operated by Jack firmly packed .3: butterscotch morsel
Your clothes will be free ot Ins body of the state's 1-H U cup water VtV 1 T coarsely chopped
Michigan! where ho was sale Re,. Oreen was entered and merchandise
and Mn. C. 8 Hlgby iota spots and dirt ia less than Hubs and Vi cup light corn syrup .7' walnuts
represents some
manager for the Oraaa Raplda wish their friends to 'know of Mrs.John Johsarton'of Plainfield sixteen minutes. If your clothes in the sum of $250.00 1 teaspoon vinegar Vi cup hot _ateror'iK'
Sash sad Door Compemy. They their safe arrival and rood trip I. New Jersey Is the guest aft Ironed before you put them 44.000 4-H members. It U com. was taken. Investigation was Combine sugars, water, com vinegar I and salt in aSquirt
came from their' homo In Pom- to the Blue Ridge Airs of Vie. I II1n1a. of her mother, Mra Harry Per. Jn,you won't have to worry about posed of eight officers, elected conducted by Sheriff JenningeMurrhe. saucepan and cook : minute* over sn.el.rnte I
leach Wednesday, July pressing when they are taken b y the assembly at the annual and Deputy L. A. heat, stirring up from bottom constantly to completely diwiolvo
pam : T7. out. There's little problem from state meeting, and 12 district sugar. Boil over high heat 3 minute, do not stir. Remove from
21, and are new In residence InApt 1 remninr put In a full Blnns. beat A u1I10l'd elected from
:roe which was formerly Mrs. Once B. Coons arrivedat Last Thursday evening Mai.Frank and mix ia representatives w 3 minute*. Let stand for 15 minute*, or until lukewarm. Add
rWhes of color, the Florida districts.: walnuts and water stir to Mend. Drop by tablespoonfuls on wag
orcupvd by Mrs. C. .A. Castor. Cape My New Jersey Bible Ooodman Miss Tstell: : say r ;
Th. purposes of the meeting paper lined cookie sheet DcvrU with walnut'halves. Chill
Conference on August 9 to vanExel Mra. Mabel Bhuman, 0\811\\'OTIl AT DATA until flrm.
are follow-up the 4-H
: on
Mr.and Mrs Bailey are grad spend a week with Mr. and Mrs Miss Vivian Morse. Mn. Flora their three daughters and their PROCESSING WORKSIIOP YIELD: : Approximately 3 doses
North plan of work in the state that
uates of the University of Nebraska Herbert Myers at the Christian Brown, and Mrs. John Johnston families from Illinois and
the was adopted at the annual Clyde D. Ashworth, Chair
when he specialized In Admiral Hotel The Myers will attended the 'production In Carolina. They will spend
Shores meeting of the Council at the man of the Division of Business
Quit ,
business administration and return home with Mrs. Coons, the St. Augustine Amphithea time together In
that University of Florida, June 1418. St. Johns River Junior FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE
", Ala. Mr. Truscott expects
Mrs. Bailey received her degree In her car. August 17. Before Ire, "CROSS .AND SWORD.
has returned
College, just
In mu4c. They have one they leave the coherence, hey by Paul Ores directed by Dr they will return on August
To plan the 411 activitiesand from a Data Processing Workshop *
on, Arthur, who Ives in Ann will hear Dr. Carl Mclntlre on 1..1.. Zimmerman. Other groups : Slit CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET
participation In the Ufl at Manatee Junior Col
this Mrs. William H-bert has re-
Arbor Michigan. his return from the WorldWide plan to attend week
Florida State Fair Tampa lege August 2 thru t. The
---... Conference of the Inter 'The Rev. and Mrs. Basil R.I Burned. Memorial Home Community
February 1-u, 1886 workshop was sponsored by
Visiting Mrs. Ethel McBride I national Conference of Chris Truscott kit lait Monday tor i and U now living ia US SERVE YOUR NEEDS
I To review and evaluate the the State Department of Education
Thursday,Friday and Sat rdsy Han Churches justt held In Ge a two-week family reunion with ,Section X, Apartment 3.:
-- officers' performance since the and was one of two
annual meeting. held in the state of Florid this

And to develop stale 4H summer Twenty-five business SHOP FOR CAPITAL
Club activities report for pres. teachers from the Universities,

entation to Governor Haydon Junior Colleges, and High
Bums and the Florida\ Cabinet.At Schools attended The purpose IMPROVEMENTS ,

Fourth Annual this time, the Executive of the workshop was to

Board will name the members I acquaint teachers with the WITH A PCA
i who will make this present', practices and principles of data'
tlon. processing. INTERMEDIATETERM

Green Cove Springs AS A MATTER' OF FACT (Cenilimeel Mme Page Ms)' LOAN '

Fifteen nigh school dropout will be employed at 0014 ,
Head Branch State Park and Magnolia Lake State Park
UptB
under tho Neighborhood Youth Corps program according
IMMMMMM* MMI1MM MMMMFamjly 1111111111111111..111 1111111111 II II
& 11111111111 11 Miller to an announcement this week by State Puke Director Bill 7 years to repay ,

The statewide program entailing 39 weeks of-work for When yon lomporelit seal of
PCA flnaaelng with orUla ether
approximately 211 high school dropouts between the "
"ISof
typos which have carrying barges, 7
Frolics U and 31, will cost a total of more than 1111.000. The service fee sad Interest ,repayment

federal government will pay approximately 1360.000 of this. ,H'U sot wky It pays to Aji
Gold Iliad has been assigned' 12 of the youths; Magnolia / ? .,..,il. Buy major capital! In
three prevemeaU for four taro with eacharranged
--tic---- through low-cost, fsrm
Unremarried widows of veterans of World War II and tailored PCA auacln,.
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the Korean war who died In service or u a result of service Northeast Prod****** Credit
connected Usabilities are eligible\ for Of loaan In their own
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right, according to M. T. Dixon, of the State IVpt of 10 KJftweoel A..... ,
Labor Day --- Sept. 6th --- Spring Park Veterans Attain. Their eligibility will expire July 35, I 1917 It* Mala ....... Palatka Jacksonville

Dixon askt Tet EA 1-1143 Tel BY 41311
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12:00 Fish Fry, 11.00) Attend

Chuck Wagon Joke Concession "t

1 :00 Swimming Contest +''cak i

horse Hide, hoc . (Jrf'oltoc1l'ole. . Cake Walk ; '-' ,' ,. {Jr

CHURCH; SERVICESHAt
2:00: Bingo i . Haly Crawl '', I

2 :30 Old fashioned! }'roJic.'l. :

Hope Climbing . Tug-OWar . Egg Catching .' :,

Sack Race . Three-lA'ggoo Race : ,

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3:00 Tie Kiting Contest . Fire Engine Hides ; ..; ,
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3:30 Mis Family Frolics Pageant 1, ,
<, The Church of Your Choice
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5.-00 Old Fashioned Frolic (continued) ; \

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8;:00 Fir Works : "


9.-00 Street Dance i <, :,tf13"; ;';. This Sunday \


PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS .. : J .
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O.C-S: Jr. Woman'fa Club B.P.O. Doe.) 1

Horseman' Club Volunteer Firemen : M'
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Wayside ;T.M i II ,
fit John of DeVolay
Demonstration Chap.
O.CXS. Home A*' 1 .

Fleet Reserve V.F.W. Post 1988

Klki Lodge V. I. A. I

Junior Chamber of Commerce 1r
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EX};<.VfIVf: BOARD ",'40 "

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Mrs. Jack Saam. Chairman George Turner, eo-Chalrman r ,

Mia patsy Tamer, Secretary Jack Garrard, Treasurer

UtDAl1Jeriehl.eiJef. Dance CLm. Denny Tucker Publicity i. / This is sponsored by the

W. Burch Stump, Hatter of Ceremonies

!Green Cove Springs Yam' Company


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*AGE EIGHT THURSDAY, AUGUST It, IKS 1


Congressional Page b III b u : dii THE GREEN COVE CHARTER
Ii Continued from Page One) '
{ f'" 'X, ( :" "Su r-Rlrbt" Short Shanked SmokedPICNICS
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First Dogs of the Nation ,
Almost everyone of our 3-J
president*have shared the White ,
louse with a canine companion 'i. .. ,
Four legged pets of every s.. .{::::__ i-
breed have vied for statue In the : : --r r.aY )
countr)"'* prominent pet set. Bua..11I1 I e I1ED 1
The famous ...
-.r- Fats, a Scot. Whol.
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r, tiih Terrier,
to a.Lbo
.. was rarely -OIl! 39c
t r. us': separated from .. A,
President F.D. _. L&.n
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K trledto'crash" .

y __ Including Inaugurations.formal affairs Other., % "Super.R' I rM" Western Port

wise Fala was an unusuallywellbehaved
dog. But like ordinary SPARE RIBS
!!
dogs, he too liked an I
occasional flight and caused consternation Riverfront home of Charles Rayon, Sr., Is presently assessed B
among White House. by the city at $4,000. The new county assessment 18 49c
guards by running away to wander : ,
Congressman D. R. Matthews points out the sights of through the alleys and Is 7000. Estimated minimal "fall tub value" Is put at = e
Washington from the step of the U. S. Capitol to Joseph streets of Washington I D C. 120,000. UES
Marsh, Congressional Page from Green Cove Springs. I Calvin Coolldge's Sheepdog, vA
Marsh is the son of Mrs. Ruth Marsh and Rob Roy had a passion for coffee YoU ....'. :
a recent Occasionally at lunch or dinner GREEN COVE }IAY GET ",.., ..,b Cap'n Quick Frosen
graduate of Clay High School While' In school he was a President would fill -er 6cs
the a saucer
member of the band, the Beta Club and the local chapterof with coffee for his dog. It was a (Continued from Page One) N ,fUU"SECOND BIG WEEKI !II! PERCH FILLETS
the Order of DeMolay. tense moment for the new guests qulst Circle housing, the City Records at the County court
lie has been a. they considered following has suffered from abundance house revealed that Revels had M
In Washington as a page since July and their host's motions-until he an ANYWAY YOU LOOK AT ff-
Is now completing his "tour" of duty. In September he also purchased from J. P. Hall,
passed the saucer to Rob. of sub-atandard houses
I election will tell Jr., tils interest in a tract of !! YOU'LL LIKE. .
plans to enter Florida State University a Ire hm.n.I The coming and a paucity of modern, eon.ventlonal1y.flnanced 0 J !! 39c
Congressman Matthews said Marsh had rendered whether the next president will land bordering Highway 17. Pk .
I i "splendid service In Washington and Is a credit to his home I II his continue"best the friend"tradition In the of nation's putting. houses, R. D Walker, of Orange THE GIFTS !!
I town and the 8th District." most impressive doghouse. notwithstanding there are a Park,has purchased from Rich
r-- few handsome homes that occasionally ard Beseler his interest in the Csp'a John's Quick Frosen1Lk
YOU GET FOR
I como on the market. old St. Elmo Hotel property ,- ft,.
Bevels said the Summerlln which has finally been clearedof M '"
II tract had been purchased from debris left there after the I !! 1' : Flounder Fillets,.,....,._.43c

a group of Investors who pur- wooden structure, used for i a I New! Swift's Premium t..... Pkg.jjj .
ra chased it several years ago several years a* a temporary '
( In other developments, The school house.Walker said plans i Turkey Roast .__$2.99
cII descent learned another large for the further development of
tract of residential propertyIs the property will be revealedat i i Sultana AH Varieties ...*. Pkgs.

b a in the process of being pur. a later date.A 1 Pot Pies .___.5 for 8Scm.
h chased by local Interests. The Jscksonvllle group of Investors i i
b buyers said plans for develoP- has Indicated an Interest -. Quick!: Frosen Headlens. Lk.
What of ment of the tract, north of the in constructing a modern MIfaIMKt.al3Ii, : : .i .III/IY. ''
Green
Shrimp ..._.__89cAP
type person City limits, have not been com 3-story apartment building in
M
b pleted and It may be several Oreen Cove. As far as The
week before any announce- Crescent can learn, this Is still OUR FINEST QUALITY APPLE
ment can be made. in the talking stage.

should buy the Sauce 6 1-Lb.> 89

MONDAY AUG. 23 IS Cans
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Plymouth now
Nite ALL FLAVORS JIFFY CAKE
Clay County
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MixesWALDORF 10c
.1 A NEW OUTDOOR DT131.tCROSS Package

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f I SPECIAL SALE! MILD A MELLOW EIGHT: O'CLOCK (I..... Bag 8UI)
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By Paul! GreenHALFPRICE Coffee i 1-Lk.Bag 67"' .



FlM Quit,. 'Tip TopSPINACH ..-... CM

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Nra sorry C.HN Cm., White How lastaat it-Qt. Pkg.
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Ceu.oa trod tare Aug. !1rI.ss DRY MU
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a shrewd trader , I A..M.r.a 1.-*..--I..-..-... I!rl1COIKOR >asasi! ,
91 I IIN.er Mew a tar is* yf'
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You've waited until now to shop for anew TO ClAY COUNTY RESI- ,
i' '65 Plymouth Fury, Belvedere,Valiantor ..
Barracuda because you know that fwI'1i DENTS FOR THIS ONE PERFORMANCE Au raw Ilarae.A PIE \\.f( "
be cleaning out our stock of (1.e.o p..h a f.e .w
'65 Plymouths. You also know that the Paul Green's magnificent outdoor drama of the foundIng C.eee teed TK the.is As., Noe.. rl 39CANGEL

A d..I..t.ndlh.b.d.'n.Iow.nce.'. "... ., St. Augutlne our Halloa's eldest elt,. FOOD .
are very generous now. So what's Tickets now on sale at the .,Ike of tke Clay County
keeping you? We're ready to deal today!! Crescent, Walnut Street In Greea Cove Springs: as I.. PlAID t't
IGWI' I
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Reg. Rates Hatf.Prtc A.: ': aK ,

I $3.N 11.1'. i :::.. r eeriirr: A... lt : V
Mft .
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t Get Iclean deal now .5t (Children It sad under admitted feel .79 : =::: ... ...- .

THIS SPECIAL HALF-PRICE BALE WILL CONTINUE: I .... IN ....-.- at M.
AT TilE CRESCENT OFFICE: THROIGU; MONDAY AFTERNOON ,.- ...... w
U. S. N/. I Eaotsm: laid WTMU
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m.ry sere. rig I'
: AT 1:" O'CLOCK. A COSTUMED MEMBER 1"1'1.
at your Plymouth Dealer'sFURYBBlVEDEREVAtlANTBARRACUDA OF THE CAST WILL BE IN OCR OFFICE: ON: SATURDAY I .':=.:-: .": POTATOES ,10 IBS. 39*
AUGUST 11. FROM 11 iM AJ*. TO I.M: P.M. TO c.eee..rW . As& II
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Freak Ftraa' Vtao Rlysj
ASSIST WITH THE TICKET SALES AND ANSWER ANY I .lAX /s Urgo

QUESTIONS GEANT. YOU MAT HAVE CONCERNING: THE PA- TOMATOES ce IB. 19<

I (Regular performance nightly a' I:IS, eieepl Fridays, PLAID Rip* i 0-

through September S) i Isar =-=--N-- CANTALOUPES 3 FOR 89f

1/ 1 MflMauzranyMourMosAUM 69 CHRYSLER (CKLKRRATIXQ I Cb.eea SCHOOL*'.sirruuI tan A.. II Jusak. W....... Via* Rip

roaa sMUaN s 1 _JAX ,.1\...
J ST. AUGUSTINE'S400th ----. e MELONS , , EA 59*

U roar Urthday k (U Angrwt dtml forget

,eM to mw your dilwu Beauuu.Prk .

'Clayton REVELS CHRYSLER YMOUTHlnc.,1Y' Anniversary .rr a.e..i r...,. ea .u 11.Drugs A... Gras tares Eprlag/sad

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