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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: September 9, 1965
Copyright Date: 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Orange ParkAn Equalization Board
Reynolds Takes Title '.



Architect's DreamworldSecond To Meet Again TodayOn

( In a Series) '

,A generation before Henry Monsoon Flagler laid his New AssessmentThe Base; Objections FadeSmile

railroad through the wilderness of south Florid, opening :

tU sultry element to rich refugee from northern wlnteri, j

Jacksonville. Orange Park,and Oreen Cove began to prosper Board of County Commlsftioncrs rid landowner, William ..1

at winter resort sitting a* an equalization urged the Board to hold the

But there was a difference. In Orange Park and Jacksonville ( board, were to resume line on taxes until some relief Kenney and Robertson '

men of substance built houte Strangely, there la their study of the County' could be secured "at the ;
no'record that In the early after the Civil War
years any new assessments and IU Proposed State level" ..
visitor to Green Cove ever committeed himself to much more mlllage at I o'clock this The Board heard that represenUUves (An Editorial)) .
than a hotel suit. Yean later the Penney* and Bordena Promise No Litigation: )
morning In the Court House. of the Associationhad A new chapter In the history of Oreen Cove and all Clay ,
were to come and when they had squeezed the last drops
The Board recessed Tuesday conferred earlier Tuesday
County opened Tuesday night. It will be a* great and challenging \
from the lemon they left. morning after hearing five Individuals with Jesse P. Tyne., Jr, County ;; as full of growth and great change as we choose to make Title to Green Cove' former Navy* base was finally p..lli
The county's first great house war unquestionably! and two spokesmenfor School Superintendent, and It. to J. Louis Reynolds, international financier Tuesday tight

George Fleming' HIbernia (the Roman name for Ireland) the newly-formed Clay that he had assured them the In aUtemtnU to The Crescent yesterday, Oreen Cove' Capping a year of negotiation, during a great part Of

S Built In 1840, it was an ante-bellum plantation 1U 25,000 County Agricultural Association School Board would take an. Mayor Warwick Kenney and F. Ion Robertson the two chief which the deal seemed doomed the City Commission voted four

cm tilled by alavei. protest the Indicated tax other look at Its budget and opponents to the term of the 81 of the property, gave categorical to one to dispose of the 1480-acre tract a* surplus property and 1If
But by 1170 the Civil War had changed the fare of the
rate that It might be "pared" assurance they were dropping their opposition and Mayor Warwick Kenney signed the final paper , "widerprotest ..'
South and the nation Walter Winiams, presidentof Tynes subsequently told The "
would have no pert In any litigation attacking the sale. This ...
Th. mannered Anglophile affluence centered In the
vast the association which Crescent the only paring that I U great news and will come a* a source of relief to many who The Commission's action war dentlfled 14-page document lw r
landholdings the Southern planters
of disappeared
claim to represent more than might be accomplished In the have feared that another series of costly law suits such a* wer taken before a nson-pHCked> laid wa prepared by a Jacksonville
overnight with the emancipation of the slaves.Though
50 per cent of the County's School Board' budget was for filed tao years ago would not only Ur apart the communitybut crowd of approximately 200 law flint which concluded -
commander have been superior sol-
Us may land told build: He said reduction .
agricultural ng.
owners any forever block to payrolls Into the location, person.
put
any effort\ In genrril: terms, the
diem the Contl'dl'nclolt the war mainly because It had
member of the Board he wassatisfied (in building appropriation
Let each and of pledge curative to Yesterday Mayor Kenney
u* now, every one us, sale was uncons tutlo/lal./
no middle class to build and man munitions plant TheSouth'
with the new assessments would only be temporary and the great tank ahead: to work together to crltlclx constructIvely and P Ion Robertson, who has At Tuesday nluht'i tainting| .
landed entry were planter, professional men and
up approximately 60 that additional schools and to lose a contest or an argument In good humor;, to foreswear also opposed the term of the Kenney admitted, undet'quu
dilleUntes Its slam, trained only to plow field '
masses
:; cent from (last year' tax classroom art urgently re
per build that benefit sale told The Crescent they wag*
and and
hating gossip; to ft future can tioning, the opinion prepared -,
(
Its regarded In
widely "go
and pick cotton. aristocracy ng
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able values, but he felt mil. quired.He
would have no part In any litigation
every one among us by State Senator\ John C.Mfttthewi .
trade" , any form of mercantile production or vending !ages should be commensurately cited the fact the Orange
be to Involving. the sale,
Everyono among u* can grateful Mayor Kenneyand of Jacksonville! I
beneath their dignity, a social stigma And IU gun and .
lowered Park High School library is ,
to Mr. Robertson that they have determined to (to along The Mayor contacted by Senator Mathew told The'
bullet were bought at a king1 ransom where they couldbe Gordon Bandrldge. now being used for classes because .'
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representing with the popular till. Sportsmen do not win and gloat nor telephone at the duPont Com.yiky Crescent yesterday' b"t knew
though not always success.fully ,
England
found: In through
Jennings ArtesianLand of the population ex Iou and sulk. Both have shown themselves sportsmen / where he I I. employed nothing of the details of the
) the Caribbean or Canada.In Co. and A. C. Lee speaking plostonln,, Orange" Park and said If he had had any plan matter that he bad tined the
the North burgeoning Industrial complex fed war
a for himself asked the further that while six new
to his opposition further
.,press question over to another lawyer .
materiel to Grant' armies making millionaire of Yankee Board to lower assessments on classroom have recently been
lie would not have signed theaPt'n
tradesmen After Appomattox having tolled unsuccessfullyIn In 2 Million Paving Program In his office 'f
portions of their land from $30 added to the William E Cherry Tuesday night even under
Senator Mathews has twicervpnseniea
the alluvial rock of their farmlands for two hundred to til an acre. School and another tl are pro tut. I:

year, they turned to the manufacture of cotton gins, textiles The property represented in In the process of construction, Mr Robertson told The \fI.111 or Green

and tableware . for export, and ships to bring back SandrtdgVi request total close the present. building program 1 Y} e. Crescent while he did not like Cove In damage tutu which
.
e 1 M firm ipvclaUiet In. In the
such staple a* rum and opium and occasionally, the better to 1)000 acre, which he said when It U completed will leave via the term of the sate he re- past five years In the Murphy\

product of England and China. .wa not productive: and could approximately 130>> students : gard4 th "
as popular among !
em- .Nul. jtsl5.inyotglruL uu.40 _.
l)4, aTo these north Hergtowawtotoi1'o*.U. whOM CleAt,"""not rapport the tfoubletrvssev.**"tww,****-r if vlexearwint enaee. ?" 'ji OiJe'of the City and In tJii'f'vl.w jury( to I woman on the city ..
William Waldorf Astor, grandson of
ter was Jacksonville menu State Rep Louis Huntley,
he would not in any way ,
pier the Senator collected
John Jacob Astor the German Immigrant who built a for. Lee seeking the same rafief who .was present at the meet associate himself with any litigation. a-
fee of $780 from the city and
tune In fur trading, wu a founder of the Florida Yacht asked for reduction from leg, said he sympe.thl.eod with tV ,

Club In Jacksonville HI* grandson wu Viscount Astor of $30 to tag an acre on approximately the plight of the agriculturalland According to the present contract lost the caw Last year, In the

Cliveden, a dubious Briton whose chief claim to fame wa 9,400 acre of his owners and reminded the Reynolds Is to pay th.eliI' Donaldson damage suit Involving
wife Nanni. Langhorne of Vlrginis.a the alleged rape. of a woman
tart-tongued ,
his land. Board and those present at $160,000 In cash and give by onetime
a city employee
Five other property owner the meeting that Governor
promissory note for nll, oo for .
Mathtw'i fee by. the
t "+ paid city,
their Hsydon Burns had promised yaw
who had protested new a /.r the remainder to the Florida
.
Wa $3,30,11.Asked
aum..nu'ln letters to the basic revision of the SUte't + r National Dank in Jacksonville Ix
whether he .lt that
f
Board failed to show up at the tax structure. ihi
The terms are the same a* the preparing .:
oplnioi aalruChi
an
meeting. Huntley said he did not believe 1044. otter.
1 .* client k
represented any conflict -
William announced his association the answer to the problem
The Mayor' objection to the N
of Interest .
told
F4 F4xa w had named J p Han of rising school and County G sale was based on his belief Mallewt
The ha4
Crescent he ,
Jr, vice pr.a1dfntId Robert COtta lay In raising ad valorem date 11
e that sine It required a legUJa- for Mayor *:
Hogarth, secretary-treasurer. texas If* said there I Is alreadytoo k: 1 live act tor the city to pur. When he Kenney, III '
was
He also announced the following heavy a burden on the properly chase the property, It would asked **.
t I done
for Kenney in t.I Is alibis)
,
committee chairmen: OWD.r.Count require legislative action to

8. D. Saunders. Legislative: T Tax Assessor LouUe Residents along a 3.mil* stretch ef Moody Avenue just sell u, and further that Ins- capacity a* Mayor and If QM
city would be billed
W. Baker, Appraisal: Jack Wilkinson Smith told the Board that taxable west of Orange Park.., are preening. I. have It paved under much u the city utilise revenue . tar tile

Beef; J. W. Mclnamay. assessments. this year (he reuMr's ft mllUen bend ...... While there are aom and cigarette Ux distribution been opinion Mathews said he ted /

Dairy; John Preston Hall Sr, art $41153,034. Up $16471,000 heU-eut she have refined I. donate rights of way for arc pledged to the to the Instructed Mayor to send the bin' L

1 4F Timber; and Charle* em lh, from last year. widening and paving the reed, ether property ewnere have aotoitlMtlon of the revenuecertificates In fc
spite of this however
bemalnt.lned
Cropland. Members of the new Asaocl- "prea d a wllllnisieM to raUe fund te pay the*. property public fund are ,

Reciting the lad experiences anon are scheduled<< to confer. swans fee their rights of way. Mod. ef the estimated 7S being used to finance a private Wet there was no cony*
of
Interest
of put years when taxation became with members of the School hem ewaete en tbe reed part .f the enamel lh reiihfere business venture. :4

prohibitive to north Flo- Board on Monday morning linking Green c.... te Jacksonville.. dined a prtlllonwkkb Though the Mayor more than Kimney based hi* contention
on what he eared: hit
was presented U the Bearl et Coaialy 'omml..n.re M .s.,. ago signed the agreement that Berwick doubt! I

ppreslnuOly five year age asking the read be paved.Ceoaty under which the city legally hat Anderson, who ,

CemsnUcleiier. Waiter O. Odem I* said .. he,. as- bound Itself' to sell the handled the legal l netot
.
Among the early Northern settler* In Orange Park wa latton for the
One Dead 35 ArrestedIn sired he was provide them with ..., City, war correct
B F. Johnson, a Milwaukee. who had built a fortune In preperty owner reeeatly property to . Reynolds, h In his opinion the base could ;i iname
Mr a U.t ef fcold-eiU In order that some snlMienary week !lie a has in recent week displayedto
Albert
the manufacture of wap. His slater, Ferguson be fcgslly<< sold Thereupon, ".
lea bold.....
en a number of friend an unlIke ,
wife of a New York financier, purchased Wintal1loumt.ahown said he sought the advice' of a

above, close to 100 years ago. The house may be the Labor Day Week-end JaksomltL aft nrrey whose y

oldest house now standing in the county. Facing on the he had refund to OlvuU \

SU John River IU huge central chimney and simple lines until Tuesday night
are reminiscent of an architecture that far antedate IU Preston Padgett, $3.yearoldMlddleburg John C. Padgett of Doctor. II.s. a I I"

building.! It U now owned by Mr. and Mr, J. W. Dunlap.Orange farmer died Sunday ..; five sister. Mrs. Emma: MR*. FIIIt'g ../
night from Injuries suffered John, Mr*. Ida Padgett and IllTEa DIU

h when be .ws struck and Mrs. Lucy Johns, an of Mid Mr*. Ethel Cole, a slsUr of

thrown M feet through the dlrburg, Mr. Folly Padgett of : Mr*. L. c. Fisher of Ore**

air by an automobile on State JackjonvtO and Mr*. Mae 1 M Cove died Tuesday at the homer

Road SI. Brock of Gainesville; two of her daughter Mrs a I :

It .wa the only aertdeet In brother. Herbert and lUrbyPadgvtt. Carse In ...UI&. Beach .S.

tbe County during the long both of .....w.; and W,.. Cole .war a frequent

Labor Day .week-end. even grandchildren.: Pallbearer visitor u> Green Cove and had'

tr During the .week-end. ,tate were 8. D. Senders, George many frUnd here. "

trooper* and sheriff dtputle Roberta, Prank Carter. D. C. Other lurvlvor Include twee

arrested U person on a variety Boat Wright. Carl E. OrlffU and other skier: Mr*. W, M Coro-i

of charge Cason OrUfla. ford of Ormond ash. aid

According to police Padgett Highway: anseU during tn* ' Mr. Fred Blduiph. Jr. .

stopped out .Into Standing week-end Include the following )4 Srrvkes are to be held at

Boulevard, on and a half miles : 4. 2 clock the afternoon In
south of Mlddleburg. Into the I Gainesville
>path> of an oncoming auto being Charge Xe. Fenon* ",+ ,

drive) by George E. Wscker. Affected pI { d "lArK nUIKIUUtU'O'l''O:

2.. of,Cecil FWId. Padiett Driving while Intoxlrated 2 r rrr '
.was pronounced dead on arrival Public dniIIk.......* I rW
The R.v. J F, Conway, former
at St. VIncenU HospttslNo No driver' license 1 '
pastor of the Black Creekluptj.t ,
preferred Speeding 2
charge were
Church" will be UM
against the driver! Reckless driving ". 4 to r
Part' greatest bouse. Mlra Rio. .was built about Service .were held yesterday Failure to obey triffk signal) 4 speaker at the annual service)
at II o'clock Sunday ,
40 years ago by B. r. JohasosV sat Caleb Johnson wbo at the Middlrburg Church of Unlawful ae of siren 1 ik.t

founded the Palmolive Company. Designed by FiUhugn God with the a.*.. IT. Harris Allowing bnsutnorteed person I .r. Following the service a boa

Scott the Milwaukee\ architect the vast house .b copied and J. O. u.mor. offleiatlng. to drive .. . 2 Ceviraar Its?*.. Be* pklave ant Lie".$ Deep 0.", ,..,. seal T. S, M<- churth hutch lawn wiD. A b program* served of on speJ the j* <\

from a Medid villa In Fteeole. luJy. The bouse overlooking Survivors Include a daughter Failure to have vehicle under I algae a precsMsaUe. deck./. C...... ....*.l....., e f Agriceare < Clan.. Jr, el GalsteevUK elsl singing will. be

the $&. Johns,-next to Wtnterbowme. if BOW owed fry Cot lira. Beratae Padgett of control . . . .... 2 I log the aUpteaBber ItUFan S. If. "....,..*. eateoUve flee preeidna.FlerisU during the afternoon.presented/

and ICra. A. C.TledeDe. Mm. TUdeBe I is a granddaughter MJddkburg; two sons, Charlie No Baffler .. '. ... . I '' Reese Week" of GreewvUI.. .......... tie*. Fans Dense) ,... .,. Member* sad ftlendi _




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1 AGE TWO ((fiau( County Crescent!! \ TIIWSDAT. SEPTEMBER t, 1965




'v Mrs. Saam's FrolicsOreen (Spelled "W-O-R-K"). LETTERS TO EDITOR So You Want To Be Educated.j ? @W1 TImff: LA

,
(Editor'note: the By Sheriff Jennings Muirhee
Cove' fourth annual Family FrolIcs a better community. letter, which has
somewhat marred this year by uncertain But) the highest praise must go to Mrs wide publicity of the most dangerous and
Weather, was still a successful and highly Jack Saam who originated the idea of this State by the Jaycees, breaches of the law Is made
worthwhile civic endeavor by any standards. annual celebration four years ago, who has we believe, the earnest turning left. Too often such
j It was, as It ha been In the past, a lure to all worked hard to keep the program and Its eration' of every: jams on hla accelerator in
the people of the area to stay off the highways Ideals of a family-centered celebration alive, parent). for cross and beat an oncoming
on Labor Day; ; It was, all the way, a and who has proved to 'us all that an attrac- that car clearly has the right
family get-together that serves the useful pur- tive and organized effort will succeed where Dear Driver: I There are very: few instances
pose of permitting parents and children to the labor is painstaking and persistent. Just the other day, I I pfrequent any driver is in that much
enjoy the same party together , a rare op There is no civic organization in the little boy struck by a I j it : .

portunity.; county, we think, that cannot take a lesson raced across the I the We law says "the driver of a Ve
Those who planned and participated; the from the great success of Mrs. Saam's good a Father race toward i turn to the left
.1 Is to , ,
clutch him in his i .
civic organizations and merchants who gave work. There are a hundred areas in which
( are the right of way to any: ap.
struggled in the : :
time and money; and merchandise are to be other groups might serve with equal success '
commended for their fine civic spirit, a characteristic But It takes leadership and teamwork.Our death. The look of ; : I !; from the opposite direction
any city or hamlet must have to hats art off to Mickey Saam for a this Fathers face i ;
progress and to learn to live together, to create great job well done. lifetime of planning Jumping the gun on a changing traffic light or,where
by a few seconds of !
there Is no traffic light, racing across an intersection with
nets I could only offer ''if.
er that such a thing I another vehicle approaching; can lead to more of the
I Where To Find The ?
Money er happen again. mangling and killing that goes on, day after day, on the
Today, my little ; all
Walter Williams, the president of the from Tallahassee or Washington, Correcting, is 6 years old, started I nation's streets and highway

newly-organized Clay County; Agricultural Association the inevitable rite in county taxes at "the school. His cocker ; i 'our Slow down, what's the hurry: ? Surely It Is better to
which claims to represent more than state level," can only mean the state will be Butch, watched him 1 .
50 per cent of the agricultural, land owners in asked to contribute an even greater share of whined his belief In get home five minutes later than never at all.

the county; presented some persuasive arguments the cost of education and most of all other so- of education.
favoring a rollback of the mlUages com- called county functions. Tonight we talked :
mensurate with the 65 per cent rise in taxable Indeed the state Itself Is limited as to school, we talked
assessments in the county. what it is able to contribute. The archaic ball, and a lot of things it THIS IS YOUR V.
However persuasive his case may be, the homestead exemption, Imposed by the State, dously vital, yet be
> THC AIR FORCE
basic question for the Board of County Com- ,limit the counties In what they may collect; Now as this letter c *
missioners and the School Board remains one the absence of a state income tax limits the ten, he is sound L COO gf ACADEMY
of where the money; will come from to providethe state. The result is soaring (and highly; deludIng Butch at the head of
quality education and the numerous serv- ) sales taxes, cigarette gasoline (seven When his toys get as TUB NEWEST OF THE
ices we have now come to expect from our cents on every gallon) and liquor taxes; race ,head gets bumped, I ARMCO SERVICES ACADEMIES
county officials. track squeezes and bonds and bond and bonds THEM, but Mr. Driver : WAS INAUSURATEP AT LOWSMR / y
.r Mr. Williams , and all the others who that won't be paid off until our children's he starts across that it FORCE BASE I9SS, DENVER. IN tor, To
would reduce assessments or mlllages , delude children are decrepit. , HE IS IN YOUR COLORADO IT MOVED TO, IN ITS NEW LOCATION, ,
themselves, we believe, when they say, Governor Haydon Burns' hold-the-line tax Much as I wish I IB MILtS NORTH OP a
as Mr. Williams did on Tuesday, that "all policy, we believe, was a politicallymotivatedact not possible for me to in COLORADORINGS, frA.
county agencies (should) take a careful lookat and the bite, when it comes, will be all him at all times I J
their budgets and attempt to hold themin the deeper. work to pay for hit boy
line until we can get the matter correctedat Mr. Williams' figures on the local dollar clothes, and his :
the state levels" benefits accrued from the cutting of one cord So, Mr. Driver, ,
We delude ourselves when be believe that of wood $80 dumped in the economy of the me to look out for
Washington or Tallahassee can ante up the "community") is almost certainly far more PLEASE drive car. f 1

money for local project without any cost to applicable in, for Instance, Putnam County, PLEASE drive slowly ; de. EACH YEAR,
us and without any interference from the which has the benefit not only of timber harvesting schools and at : a APPROXIMATELY
agency that holds the purse strings. but of the substantial payrolls of the And, PLEASE he LTA J SOO VOUNfl MEN
1 The American people, as a man, decries Hudson Pulp &; Paper Co. sometimes children the i,VV'I'' WIN THE APPOINTMtNTS1O ACADEMY
\the meddling of federal official But the hand But, withal, It will be up to the Boardof behind parked cars MOST OF THEM
I'always out for another pet local project, County Commissioner, sitting as the Coun PLEASE don't run : I. 1 THROUGH THEIR
another subsidy, another grant or distribu- ty's equalization board, to determine where the little !guylThanking I i'N it k 1 UNITED CONGRESSMEN.GRADUATES STATES.
tion of whatever nature the moment demands. money; Is coming from if not from the vast you In de. V
Already the Clay County School system pulpwood holdings, a very large part of whichare for the added be I r
is getting 75 cents of every dollar It spends absentee-owned know you will take. the
Very sincerely )' ; OF THE FCUR-YEAR "
A much concerned COURSE RECEIVE A BACHELOR OP I
; : in SCIENCE PEOREC, AND A 1 IIt A

JJotlifeber By DUNCAN O. GRONER a AIR COMMISSION FORCE, IN THE KEGULAR +t : \\f 1.

To The Crescent:

For more than three years I States that don't cherish this is any better than a Klansmanwho You have done much ; YOUMM0J- .IavMU.SAW U face

have tried . apparently; view, a basic tenet of American hides his face behind. a lieve, to arouse the JMfW.l'f furu9rMonnt4C(
,without much success , ,.,to democracy guaranteed In the hood it's a close race Ocean Cove and its
'get across to Crescent reader U. S. constitution So it i* Within the past week I have improve their city and -
I the general Idea that X subscribe neither novel nor unique for a had three anonymous telephone pointing ways to
I to the basic principles )newspaper to inviteI any read calls and, In each'Jnstance af But ,the lda-and 7)I" I
[of freedom of speech, ers who disagree with its positions ter I had besought the callerto given August 19, 1883,
By that I mean The Crescent to' state their own. But Identify himself, I. hung up the heading, "Another
Is always willing to print any not behind the mask of anonymity the phone. back" are truly false.
Viewpoint that Is antitheticalto Most Crescent readers I would say all three caller The newspapers of
the editorial view expressed know, by now, I believe, whose were semi-literate, if only from try have a great part In
on this page. Any expression views are expressed on this the way; each of them man- Ing public opinion and
':"of opinion, on any subject, (If page I do not seek anonymity; handled the English language reason a greater '
rip Is not slanderous or libelous) I am not afraid to say what Actually, I am not altogether Sometimes they seem
1 I will to published In The Cres I think , and frequently certain there were three callers merely text books of
cent I if the leUtr Is signed At I am proved wrong The record ; there may have been only they were truly
/ the request of the writer, his speaks for Itself on that score. one person. I am not much way and telling about
or heR name will be withheld On the other hand I havea good at identifying or categorizing and right done by
In short, I subscribe to the deep and abiding sense of strange voices. zens of the land it
dictum of Voltaire when he) repugnance toward the writerof One caller, bellyaching about spire others to do the
said .''I disapprove of what you anonymous letter and the my position on some small mat- and not the baser deed _
..y\>but I will defend to the person who uses the telephoneto ter, fired both barrel at me Instead of improving;
death your right to say it." rrab about something and when he cried: "You're the ness and causing
I don't believe there are doesn't have the courage to only damned person around the liquor traffic doe
many newspapers in the United identify himself. If such a man here with a newspaper, so nobody opposite for citizens
---- calnt answer you back." families It may put
The truth Is, nobody can't lars Into the hands of 7
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( ( Crescent of the dealer but tilts
Way Eountg answer me back which, trans ;
lated into English, mean any reap harm In time.
Will another tavern
VNAf i'I eooo ro* CLAY COUNTY is GOOD run m CMICIMT"' one can answer me back. ,
more make "Klllway
DUNCAN COLDTHWAITE GROWER_ EDITOR AND PuiLIIHIMTniPHOil It Is true a newspaper or
GCS II4-J168 magazine or television station safer? Not Will we :
or any other new medium reflects police protection? No I
t V Slew CUM PMTAM pets at dull Covi IriMM' noniMPUSLIINIO lu editorial attitude there be lest stealing?
f tvmY THURSDAY Bv CDISCINT Pmii INC the homes be better'
the
p, 0. lOX ere CHUN Con SHIN**, FLORID personal conviction of the _
,
or remodeled more
editor (tor
HOWARD P. COOPER PmilDIHTCUnOUPTION publisher or owneror
Not! Will there be less
( whoever calls the shots).
RATE Thus It The No I Will there be more
OMB' YBUM 111' ADVANCB' ................. see was Crescent for care of children's
TWO YBABI: IV!' ADVANCE' ....,. ..u..a.SS took unpopular stand on the Not More
candidacy of Barry Ooldwater and better !
: and the establishment in Clay Eyeglass for school
County of a Job Corps train- Nol! Will it help the ;
ing center But the columns to have liquor where it 'i book
I I of ( young man a
/ BusinessStationery The Crescent were and will re tinually tempting them !
;1 ::1' main open to anyone who wishes Will the tourist-driver in this bank. It's not only con-
more careful driver
or to will say be Ooldwater) a prophet I is (or or was the can get,thr drinks a* ; ) on A predetermined basis, but

I Job Corp all wrong. Or that sea through Oreen discipline, for young people
and Business the editor of The Crescent If Will we need leas
a Jerk. On the latter subjectI pltals In out state? Noll teach money management and

Cards would ask some restraint If If W. ear for our responsibility.
only because Richard Sapp has as the word of God the.
Richly Raised Printed a limited number of hands to admonish us and '
our brothen' keeper i.
handle the mall. j this Fall open'_
going to college
You con feel the rich The Crescent last week and we care to admit it or '
raised lettering to elegant again this week published let- should we not set an ( or regular) for him or her..
)/ OwbdinlvtCsneet to look ot. .. to fine to the) ten to the editor very strong for other town and
t' ntuii touch Beit of all, our ly and articulately decrying Its to follow'Wbat
FeahiratlUvUlterbMjSlrlN Coronet raised printed recent proposal that the coun- greater *
It ty's prohibition do we have aa citizens
/ stationery so Inexpen- against the sale
live. We have a complete Of alcoholic beverages be re protect our youth? It
TIIat tack Lib
ly Is not the lack of
of pealed.
catalog letterhead Of all the individual
Ix easht Had
bush i In the county I know who favor ha conduct caused of the our rioting college < of GRHHN COW SPItING
The
i nest announcement styles Crescent's stand, not
and layout adaptable to one has spoken up. I would which and Other the young people OKEKN (DOTS SPBTNOS, $LOBIDLpeasuesta
1 c presume out of fear of hurting country's
PROMPT Call for aMvisit from our someone' feeling are broadcasting '
SEIVIC( repmentatlve. Freedom of speech, to whichwe If the city gets the eeee
? mend needed for its ..
all subscribe
a In principle, I'I
not freedom to agree with the do you really wish to Ik CMM//.I Oldat and larger SaiA

ClAY 'COUNTY CRESCENT masses but freedom to dUagree. like the house :
Matthew
11U-fU
:
t\ I bold certain opinions for

,:;.Mts'.. U4-I1M Green Ceve Springs what; they are worth, and I scripture the man, win mentioned brine 2M-351 01 CONGRESS 4-85M

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I By MRS. HERMAN REED r rPh.n. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH A Bouncy Jeach-Knit" A P

:;. Green Cove Socials 184-9005 Pie In The Eye WILL IN SUNDAY OBSERVE SCHOOL RALLY ON DAY nth I ,


Mlis Betty Duck of Atlanta, Beach visited his mother, Mrs. Friends of Linda Hlghsmlth The First Methodist Church
M
'Oa* spent the Labor Day M. B. Argo. last week. will be Interested to know she will observe Rally Day In the
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weekend with her parent Mr. Is In Hope Haven Children's Sunday School this Sunday, 4.

and Mrs A. D. Duck. Mr. and Mrs William Reed Hospital In Jacksonville for P September 12. Attendance a. :

and their son, Hal returned evaluation. Linda looks forwardto ward will be presented at a
John Dumbauld hat returned Sunday to their home in Tallahassee receiving mall, so it Is hoped special program at B:45 to

home from Fort Jackson, S. C., after .pendingleverml: her friends will send her at those who have had perfect:

where ha spent two week In day with Mr. Reed's mother, least one card while she ls In / attendance during the past 12
Army Reserve Training. Last Mrs. Herman E.: Reed. the hospital. dyyn, months. Bibles will also be 1,

Monday John left for Oalneivllle given to the boys and girls who 'Ttflix

where he lug a part timeAulstantihlp Mrs. Harriett Lyman returned : Mr. and Mrs Elton Kemp have entered the third and ( !

wltfe the Uni home the first of the week of Lakeland spent the Labor fourth grade Officer of the

versity of Florida. He will also from Cloudland Oa,. where Day week-end with Mr. and First Methodist Church Sun. lit I -r'
work on hi* advanced degree she spent several weeks visiting Mrs H. B. Blackmon. day School for the next year

Mrs. Pearls Ooucher. are: Ralph A. Jones, Jr.g.n-
Mrs M. B. Argo left Tuesdayfor eral superintendent; Mrs. 8. V.
I Linda Rlghamlth Honored
Arnerlcus. Da., where the Stamps, children's division superintendent
Miss: Jane Ridley, of Jacksonville
will be House Mother for Sanford On Birthday ; and AI Suttle,
spent the Labor Day
Hall Georgia Southwestern weekend with her parents Mr. Linda Hlghamlth celebratedher youth division superintendent
College, which It a part tenth birthday with a ,
and Mrs J. A. Ridley, and her !, lip
otd'4
Of the University of Georgia party last Friday at her homeon 4 h
grandmother, Mrs Pearl Brook.
AT CIVIC SEMINAR
College System. Mrs. Argo hai Hilltop. Mr. Albert Thlbault
era
lived In Green Cove Springs baked a beautiful cake for her Among the Family FroUca contests, none evoked such J. A. Petersen, administrative '

many years and will be greatly and SS of her classmates called a rash ef anonymous seaL By the time moat contestants assistant to Sheriff Jennings ti A
has returned
missed by her many friends, Hem Robinson during the afternoon. Linda Murrhee ,is attending the 2-dsy
of through half of of the marlngue pies donated
home from two weeks lwlron. one
all of whom wish her much opened her many present and session conducted by the Florida .
success In her new work. reserve training at Fort Ruck- displayed them for the chil by Thibaulfs Bakery their' own mothers could not have Law Enforcement AcademyIn

.r, Ala. dren. Mn. Hlfhsmlth Linda's recognised them The youngster, shown above, went at It Tallahassee Deputy Peter. '
ilrtlchln' lull, In the .land the active
Bouncing In the waves or
Malcolm Argo of West Palm mother, served cake, punch and with a verve Mr. Thlbault's rule called for no hands so It sen 1* expected to return to beach bunny will be ready far light-hearted summer fun la this ,
Mrs. Herman B. Reed Mr. Ice cream. This was indeed a was mouth all the way. Oreen Cove late tomorrow. The shaker knit blouion swimsuit
and Mrs. William H. Reed and gala event for Unda. sessions are a civil seminar Knitted In three coordinate tones the pebbly textured top Is
their son, Hal. visited Mr. and conducted by staff members tumbled smoothly over aollil maillot *(r.tch shorts and parked wit*
Mrs. Harold E. Williams and Admiral Chauncey Moore ar of the Academy and members I I a laury bow *t the hipline. Hubble llrooki designs It la Orion and I
CLAYTHXATRB their children In Palstka on anR stretch nylon to hold Its ships and give I lasting_ wear r .',
rived home last week from of the Florid Sheriffs' Asso ..
Friday. Deep! Gap, N. C., where he ciation. -- -

pent two months working in Q
Greea c... Bprtmn Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Orsbely his Copper Mine SWANSON FAMILY HAS The Chieftain ROB ROY
have returned horn after -
Monday thru Friday spending a month visiting relatives A VARIED SUMMER) NOW v IN THe WILD' Highlands
Miss Sandra Stump! who la
'
Box Office Opens 1:4 F.M. and friends In Birmingham SET FOR A BUSY FALL j of surly lgth-e.ntury Scot
and Tuscumbla: Alabama. a student at The Piedmont land,Rob Roy was a name
Features At 7 I FJ*. School of Nursing, Atlanta, Oa. The B. C. Swaiuon family """ .hnown. rid hared He was \
, spent the Labor Day weekend has had a busy summer the most famous chief of
Saturday and Sunday Miss Aurella <(
Continuous from S F.M. has returned to her homo In W. B. Stump, stationed In Albany, doorgla, i Jamsl K"Oegor had gear to
Tuscumbla. Ala., after spending the family spent many week wipe out
several weeks with relatives there at the Marine Corps ban
Than, Frt. SatSept. hen MISE TRANSI ERRED: They also accompanied Dr.Bwanaon r ..... 1

t, 1a 11 Mrs. Edward Walters left I William MIN, a shift super.visor to New York for a 41

m rOAM : Tuesday for Falls Church, Va_'I, at the Oreen Cove Yarn week's look at the city's sights
Y where she will join her brother Co. for the past two years, has and the Woild's Fair Whilein
CH 'UMI and Isttr-ln-law for a trip to ,, been transferred to Burlington New York, they saw their ;

I A** "imt trtomi Canada. Industries' newly activated eldest daughter, Carroll, boarda ; -
stretch yarn plant at Reid. plane for a two-month holiday -

Mesdames. Harmon Chaser, vllle, N. C. In Europe where she and THE MOST celebrated
and ,
Among the older (UI and up) rontentanU, there was ..11eual
Vera Gravely, James Donnell,li Miss and his wife and four her college roommate trawled, and romantic 'freebooter In
seal, perhaps a greater finesse. John Barber (right, Scottish history, he live
Olachea and has Prevatt
Joe children left Oreen Cove early Two other daughters, Dianne on In Sir 1 Walter Scott's
spent the week-end In Orlandoat last week tlanding) as the rule prescribed, managed to whUtl and Joanne, spent a week anda S novel, Some say l hi is ghost'

the Cherry Plaza Hotel No replacement has been I when he thought he had won He dldnt. he hadn't eaten half with their grandparents, still hits Hob Roy Cave.
where attended the Florida This wi his secret hideout
they
named. the erwl.pOUNOAIAvILAKRv1 Admiral and Mrs O. W Cal. on the shore of Loth
Baptist Women's Missionary yen, In Washington, D C., Lomond whose renowned
Society: Conference for Business where they enjoyed several water era used In the
GEORGEHANILION SUSAN OLIVER
Women. famed iltantlne art ofmeking
conducted tours. They also visited
RED BUTTONS-ARTHUR OCONNaiWHATT I Scotch.
MAXtHIS AMP
their. cousins In Arlington, ,e u1
Mesdames Beulah Lucas, Eu- SIACtMSrS 71IAI/t1VT ".OAI"A /rf ISCM''SlP Vs.

la Plgue and Ullie Bannell ,4lM /T INrII."tit' NOV AMI Two ions; Oeorge and Carl, 0
With their later and TtlAT fWM ClOff TO mat fU.PAC
Sus, M., T-. visited FIS .N attended 8t John River Jun.
s.,.. 12 U. ill brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs DIVtS tNTO mf WATt 'tW: N/iWr)' lot College during the sumS

.... Oswald Oornto In Perry, Via., Vf TO fffOfltr OtTMWSAfMAtlMSlLOff men continuing their pro-med
- \\Mkl'' over the Labor Day week-end. TKl SWACt WtdS ical) studies. Both are returnIng THE DRINK Mob Soy !.
I !IU III! CAII'IWN' F'III'All 4SfltNSrN this fall after a fishing actually I Scotch Manhat
"I Die! Die/ Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Paterson t3I4KWefiWA'SPUAD trip on Florida's west coast. tan To make one, put two
thirds iallantlrte' Scotch
tiI': MY OARUNG' and their children Folly, ft ITt Carroll Is one of seven sppll- one-third sweet vermouth
,;;; Patsy Pamala. Robert Jr. and tA UC AHttiWtrt cants accepted for a full scholarship ends dash of bitter* Into
Adam, have returned home NLOIV to the University of a mining glees filled with
... erected fee. Stir that*
from their vacation spent visiting Wisconsin, where she will be.
and serve.John's.
wgl+ly, strain
Starring Ckrintopber Leo Mrs. Psterion'i parent, (I gin a special program fully E
Mr and Mr. H. T. Eaton In supported by the Department

Wed, Tb.r. A Fri Nile. Ohio. From then they of Child Welfare on a research -
Sept IJ. 1" 17 went to Colorado Rocky Mountains bail The two-year pro.ramI

GENGHIS KATN National Park when they grants a Master. of Science In I Radio & TV .
met Dr. .....non.. slater, Mrs. /tV pediatric nursing I
Marrtag ....... .Nye I ;
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;
and Visited
I Robert M. Stewart Mr, Swanson will continueher '
for several! days. second grade teaching at HO A -! ZENITH I IA3IA ,

1 I /tllrr MI/IR.r Charles E. Bennett School In 'A NOHOB AI'PLIAXCKS: l

Oreen Cove. .-:- 1 r

KtiitrttncfJ Service On All 3/aket OSPREY '
BIRDS Say You Head It in flVINO?CUT-e-e.COUNTY OVKfl_.It TsUIUI t

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NOON TO 9:30: SAT.I la the lntr.a of your I I
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FriM Chicken Fried OystersFri t urges yon to eve test Ibsl yea win ..._ forgel lie InconvenlfMO .beaye
anal w belt. A* M *dd. law kind of baaing. we will b* offeringafUr
Fillet of Flounder Mfdksl ee
'l Shrimp cenlhe, the
Travelers' Automobile PolleU Tborwliy. H.pUns* r II.
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.n .ulomal: ny .b* dtmhUJ-sC no
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belie and using! them.
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)[ Rebels Take Second Place -Beseler With American Motors PresidentRichard Cool Summer Soup Coup






I ; Tourney Money; Hosting iR





Another Here On WeekendWith t' Y Al + t,


$25 second place moneyIn will be facing a visiting nine came on a Hawks error. Each / ,

their pockets, the Oreen on the Clay High School dla. team garnered six hits Billy r ,i

Cove Rebels are hosting a base mond while two other team Mundy had to relieve Olen r 1 I .

ball tournament here this week will be playing! on the R. C Hodge, who developed a sore 1

end lor which first place mon Bannerman elementary school arm after pitching two days A

ey Is $90 and second place It field.On straight, on the mound for '

$35. Sunday, there will be Green Cove. /

Thus far, a tourney spokesman three games on one field and The Rebels had advanced to ''n '

said the six teams definitely two games on the other, with the finals by defeating Doctors y4 ,,

alated to play this week play beginning at 12:30: p.m. Inlet on Saturday 6-4, behind

end are the Rebels, Starke, The 'opponents will be deter the 3-hlt twirling of Olen t} tM'R'

Lawtey, Jacksonville, Doctors mined by drawings. Hodge. The leading Rebels

Inlet and Palatka. Also expected ] Last weekend the Rebels hitter was Leon Hodge with

are the Oreen Cove Blue advanced to the finals, In a two doubles, driving in four

Jays, a Negro team, and Mid- tournament at Lawtey, Florida, runs. Olen Hodge had a double,

dliburg. .. .. *'..Jill but were squeezed out 8-3 i In William Wilkes and Charles

This will be a double elimination I the Labor Day finals. Olen Kessel each had two singles r
!
tournament, with play fudge and Kenny Willis had The Hawks had reached the L'

beginning! at 1:00: o'clock Satuiday two singles 'each, both driving finals by winning on a forfeit L P. Beseler (r.) president of Besswith Corp. top at the executives company's of annual American automotive Motor

afternoon. The Rebels in runs. The third Rebels score the I Humbler
over Green Cove Blue Jays. I ler Motor, Inc.. American Motors dealer conference lie is shown with Roy "
a Negro team, who notified
dealer in Green Cove, met In Miami Beach Abernathy, company president.
tourney officials before play
I J Ice cold orange soup Is the most refreshing summer menu
Clay County Servicemeni started that they were going CARD OF THANKS Item imaginable. Fre frozen Florida orange juice concentrate
I PROMISING RESULTS PERLMAN RELATIVE
Instead to Pierce, Florida for gives this consomme its irresistible color and flavor.
a tournament that was guaranteeing ON TWO ANTIBIOTICS, DIEM IN MIAMI, IS We want to take this opportunity The handy little 6-ounce can so easy to store and so convenient -
Seaman Apprentice ChristianB. ; all entries $20 There BURIED IN ATLANTA to tine for breakfast juice in summer punches, salad
i Pace, USCO, son of Mr. and lost Aureomycln and terramycin Funeral services for Oscar to express our appreciation dressings and ice cream sauces is a treasure store of valuable
they 13-5.
two of several antibiotics and dally by children and adults alike to maintain -
., to friends vitamin C required
our many
Mrs John H Pace, Jr., of Also on Sunday, the Hawks tested in cattle feedlot rations Dwoskln, S3, brother-tn-law of glowing grand health Summer's outdoor activities as well

Orange Park, has been graduated defeated Starke 11-7, while researchers with the state's Mrs. Harry Perlman of Green neighbors for their expressionsof as the heat itself deplete our energy reserves, and the natural
from basic training at the Green Cove drew a bye by Cove, were conducted: in Atlanta sympathy and gracious gifts vitamin C contained In frozen Florida orange juice concentrate

Coast Ouard Recruit Training Agricultural Experiment Stations on Sunday, following Mr.Dwosldn's of cards and floral offerIngs a wholly I pure product, gives, a quick refreshing Pickup:
food
north and
are giving promising results. The Scandinavian i countries of the tropical
Center at Cape May N. J. unexpected death In
,
cold specialties, and
during the time following tries bin are known for their soup citrus
The 12-week basic training MELROSE PRESBYTERIAN Miami on Friday. .juices flavor some of the best This recipe for chilled orange
prepares him for duty in the MEETINGS SET Other antibiotics tested at Among those attending were the death of our husband and consomme i Is no easy, and it's sure to delight and surprise your

YJt Coast Ouard and helps him I the North Florida Experiment Mr. and Mrs Perlman of I father. Your thoughtfulnessand family and friends
I Faith Presbyterian Church Station in penicillin
adjust to military life. Quincy were Allan Perlman: of Jackson prayers have made these Jellied Orange Soup
at Melrose, will hold Us first and bacltracln.
Recruits are taught military I ville; and their daughter, Joyce, days of sorrow much easier to 1 cnn ((8 ounces) frozen Florida orange
week of inspirational meetings F. S Baker, Jr., animal h> &- concentrate
drill, small boat handling, we Green Core; their son Dr. juice
since Us organization a* a bandman, says early work v ith face and given us the strength 1 envelope unflavored gelatine
of small arms, firefighting, seamanship a student at Jacksonville University
Q Presbyterian Church less than 'single-stomached animals suchas necessary to accept our responsibilities. 2 tablespoons lime juice
first aid and Coast .
a year ago, according to the the hog gave definite growth Although words may Reconstitute orange juice concentrate according to label" di
Ouard history Instruction Included Mr. Dwoskln operated nationally
Rev Dr. James R. Neale, Jr., reaponu," to antibiotic feed- never express our appreciation rections. Sprinkle gelatine on Vt cup of the concentrate in
study of atomic and Mo- minister of the church. He said this was probablydue known interior cftCor.j adequately, our hearts will always saucepan to soften. Place over low heat, stirring constantly, until
logical warfare and an introduction ng ating/ firm, wfth branches in hold and dear gelatine i ia dissolved Remove from heat; stir in remaining
to maritime law en Previously the church was to the checking of harmful Atlanta Miami and several!! very near orange juice concentrate and lime juice. Poor into an 8-inch
B. PACE a chapel under the sponsorship microorganisms In the digestive all those who have remembered square pan; chill until l firm. To serve, spoon into serving dishes
\ forcement. I of the First PresbyterianChurch tracts of the animal other cities.BENNETT us during this time of sorrow or whip with a fork. Serve with lime slice, and mint. YIELD:
in Mrs. Jean Heath 4 to 6 servings.
of Palatka. Results with antibloti

I Green Cove Teachers Sunday The meetings evening at will 7:30 begin o'clock on "more ruminant variable"rations than have been with TUESDAY P-ThMEETS Ronnie, Reggie and Randy

pigs or other single-stomached I The first treating of Ou
SERVICE
and will continue each evening 9-Up FOR GOOD PRINTING
animals. I Charles E. Bennett School PTA -
through next Thursday.
1965.1966 will be held at 7:30 o'cbcfc
The speaker far this first
cries of meeting will be Dr. 1 I.KbAL\: NOTICB next Tuesday awning in tree CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET
) Biology
Clay High School | Chairman John R. Cunningham of Casade school cafeteria RECORDSJOHN'S
2 Perry Norwood Driver EHU- IH TIIM CliaClIT CM SIT .* PknoU of stmdemU are ..ked >
1
> Presbyterian Chureh
Spanish ,
Evello Badla THM ,4M-R'ftt 1LnClaactaVU5T .
RADIO *
T.V.
cation Cascade :: IN Are) COM CWT tie be present to meet the
Algebra 1, Va.j l cubTr, irf.AMIIIA. US SERVE YOUR NEEDS
Howard Close ,- new fathers 14 IT. Walnut K.
vslA'CCNv
Mrs June Adams Shorthand Dr. Cunningham Is a graduate IH ,
7 Chemistry, Physics &P. 5-M-C Refreshment, win be senunt
12, Typing 2, (Clerical of Hampton Sidney College .
KM TO* AVIUS .4*1I: --
Math .
Harvey Elmor.-.aeneral Block) and Union Theoftglcal Semi- minis t t\TV.' a ..rp.rar.a,I -1------ --

Health nary at Richmond, Va. He was "1"lntirr.
Industrial Arts
Ray Duncan ItswaLn
...
r. POHIBR3I! ICR
Miss Eloise I McBe Home Mechanical Drawing awarded an honorary Doctorate M4HV I.. "Q"nlC""taa ... VII*.
Economics 1,3, 3 of Divinity by his alma K'r JOIUUIfl LOHMAlMD.
... s.aan.vvw era
Thomas Ellis American History Wml KV HA\KI? sIl M4PH.iKltW .
mater. .r
English 1 ;, Ht:'KIX his Ml,. ,
Eowberry -
Jerry P.AD. .
He Is past Moderator of the L.fendenta.auiitK

:Miss Marie, Aaron' Typing Mrs. Eleanor Yelton (Orad Synod. of Virginia.Dr. TOl KfUlMii k'. or*btnnr BUT and I

1 9th wads; Typing 1 Chairman) English 14 Cunningham is known Stacy nail Unhwiiv U !'oiil".un 41.r. bra will

11th grade; Business English not only for his preaching but Liraourn inUCornltt 11141
James A. Parker Principal Toe It.ub.n< I'" toibtnntrand A
Ralph Crawford-Civics, WorldHistory as an accomplished musician. Mary 1. Gibraltar, lI.a wife MessageTO I
t ;Instruction James D. Sowell Assistant Us interest In music led him and Wwlty. Itankln. and franco ;
Ind. .
Realm hi* *.It are b i Principal to train a touring choir of children that a complaint. to
.l n. Ann Jackson (Grade for....... a c.n..ln IIlUrtllllll to
from the
uart.ha': Quid Presbyterian the faUowIn doirlbud,
Chairman) English 2, Mist Rogers real PU'
] Home in Lynchburg, Va. H* eerie to-wlt.
Trench 1, French 2 ancs Director Lot MV It. Blaak One ((1)
I will rive a brief organ recital MUAIXIWUKOUK LNIT 1.
'Mil Katie Presnell Physical Mrs Nits Msgulre Secretary ioordln la flat reordd laflat
preceding each service Special Book .. Wee t and I ADVERTISERS . .
Education 0-12 I music will. be featured each of the publla txcrd of clay: ::
Mrs. Nelda Smith Librarian County Horlda.
Janus Ramsey General Business evening. haa bn flied akaluit you and IIII
General Math 2, Book Winford Franklin BaneS Dl- The public Is Irvlted. Com you arc required to acme a copy. TO SUBSCRIBERS. . II
II rl your anawar or pUadlnif to,
keeping-Business Math rector and bring your frlneds. You conllll..lnon the plalnllu a aVtorntyp. ., !i

Mrt. Constance Alford Art 1 Gary D. Spruce Athletic will find a warm welcome. A .4 Mark Ulbb, til Uray K,..t TauaConrry r' r.iyth . Ii
will be each Slr.t, Jaoktanvlll Flo-
Keith Alford Algebra 13, Director nursery provided rlda. and fill th. original an- No matter how many radio newscasts or TV news telecasts are "'

Jerome Plane Jackson Oeometiy-, Sen.English Math 2 Harvey Coach Elmor Assistant evening.Faith Presbyterian. Churchis the In ew.,Clerk or for oUadlnc of Clay the County In Circuit the,office Florid CourtIn of, made daily . the average person is still interested in reading his Ii I

located on Hwy. 21 between on or *>.for* llth day el home town to know what in
his
J, Am. History Clay Ococh- Assistant Coach, O<'lob.." ll lbv newspaper goes on own area. Accord-
Melrose and Keystone Heights
Mw Mary A. Jensen (Grade Health and Oeneral Science 1f default YOU tail will 1 to b ell* taken'. lud.m.nt aialnn ing to a survey made since 1920, the period when radio and television .? I
you for trio romolalntThl were introduced day 60 million
. every over copies of
newspapersare
.
Fish are highly perishable nolle..hdl t> Dublih) d
once each ...k for tour on..cutlv being sold daily.
i They begin losing their fresh .*.k. In the Clay CouatyCr .1' .
flavor as soon as they're caught, .. ..
ORtiERFO at I
IeUNKrAND ,
1 f'
according to specialists with Grain Cove II rln... Florida., To ".
with this
Florida's Agricultural Expert Ihfa Sth day of Bptmbr, Ipl.ICUOlSORalydr. keep up demand for news, the newspaper industry Jt. .* .... "

.t ment Station So take a good leek of Circuit. CAHLWl Court.Clay ., has been continuously _t work to improve their service . and has I'',
DO-IT-YOURSIlf
m.tallce chest along on every County Florida accomplished this with more up-to-date communications
AT OUR fishing trip, disinfecting the Pyi Grace M. Carlisle methods.

chest each time you go. t-t-UcMOYCO Populy CUrk So does the Clay County Crescent try to keep giving you the

cOf..OpI4IbVDRY -- best possible coverage of local news events (with pictures and items) '

1 , and in our humble to 'I'
? way serve as a medium of enlightment to e

u!*. COTNEY bring to you the news of activity going on around ns. I a1 \'. I



eki1dw TIRE This method of news dissemination is also appreciated by the r

I JUST INSTALLED! LARGE CAPACITY Wri SERVICE business people who find that their sales message does reach their t Ii;

potential customers and brings them into his place of business. So if .

COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY WASHER Os!. Park A list JsekaenvtltaET you want to bring your message to this market . the columns'of II I'

.., ET I-H2T *r BY .-UI1TIRESI1 the Clay County Crescent are open to you. Take advantage of them.



It i Las 5* 1.00 CLAY COUNTY CRESCENTPhone I I!ir:



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As many as 190 long sleeve white. shirts . or 40 From the smallest .. the LARGEST!
To be sure you can read this
sheets . or two or three big rugs or the full. Batteries newspaper[ each weekvhy not bur \
; Distributor Miller Tires Autolite a year's subscription for $3.00
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better
) here family washing, all at one time. A marvelous or yet, get 104 weeks of

( { , service from ,this Imported coin-operated large capaclty CAPPING >:. RETREADING: reading your newspaper for ONLY $3.00: (paid in advance). d :

REPAIRING ',
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S ; washer -104111- Fill our the following form and mail to us with your remittance.



M $ D4VAZH I ORANGE PARK Name 1 year $3.00_ 2 yr*. *:3.).00.< '

Sinclair Station Road Service
Address ....._..... .-. ....._... City_,

M4 Natrtfc _Orange Ave. Green Ceve Springs I, IIS C. S. Highway 11 FtoM. M4-4MS1

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FOB SALE -_ !
HELP WANTED Male and LEU.IL0TltM n LEO 'L NOTU"W' UO.'Lo'rll'W! LRU.IL KOTICB aII JI.I

FOB SALE OR' RENT: I Only Female I'f TIIH rinCIIT COIN?, NoTlcu I I Ii
APPI.IC\'riox iTIIU ('ot II r or iiiutut I Till COI' !
5'Ol NTH Jlltltlil. HHttir HT Or TUB
eight miles $as ,
out, facing Penney; Weekly and More UV M.OHIItt. IM .%Ml Cull 1'01T". Uka.UNOTICU ; >T> JIIK.K. tlllMr JIIM.K, CLAY
Farms toll course Two bedroom For reliable man or woman to tl.A COIM ) IS 1IKREUY: GIVEN: ILtl lu\. \ n. .1.UMIUA lOlNr, KI.UHIUA,
service \w o-Toe-u We41onIN hal a t:. \\MUUl.S, the lit .',.....*. I. l\ PNUNI'lCi 1 1
hoagie, furnished, Includ Wstklns customers In RA, I holder of the follow 0'rti- In ri: Eilalo: of In nil Eatale of 4
ww Inc appliances.., $8500. or will Green Cove Sprints. Full 'or I l'lllion: Of THOMAS EARL has '11..1... cartlflcalaa JUJSO.N L, AlUOHK.: JI .. AlAHViN U PADOKTT. .
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CHKKK: and WANUA LbA: for a tax dud lu b* Uauudihvrton. uue.
rent at $61 month Lot 85'ilSO part time.No Inveitment. Write ('.,11..:", hi. wife. Th'. t.rllftcat* numbra I 10 ALL, CHEniTOllS! AND I'KK- i>*voaaaVMJTICK t
4e deep. Garage. Elwood Johnson! C. R. Ruble, P. O. Box 3447 M>'rilk"> 1O APi.....'" and lean of laauanu, the d".. SUN a HAV l.SU CLAIMS UH Lib.MANDli I, TO CHKUITOHS
TlnITATlllt ." .I.I.RIIJA.-To'lfe.KNb.aT riptun uf the Dr,,vily, and th* : AUAl.NSf oAlU a.1I.
To
GCS phone 384-9981. or call at Memphis, Tennessee : : UWKKTKNl: : Laal lamaa In whirls, It was ...*...d I TAl'III: all crtdltor and .persons I'I'I
havlnn olaluia ... tCMelunl
I1 known" rildino* and .a SOS South Magnolia, opposite 'I "'.. ale J. W. Olnn4 Main Cartlfloat No. Ill hiby nutlf,*d and *" a"l mold aatatti:
Tarn MilL S-tS-tf Street. Tyler T...*.. Year or Jaauitno Juno I, 1911 i to prant any clalma ,I yon and cock of you are hr.
I SALES WUUKi Excellent Tee are hereby notified that ......rlllllvn ol I'roorty. dumandt which you r' .lthar by nrtlfld to prant any olalma
a tuition has bn filed In the Lot It It, Illk. 1. Cunnaul of you may hava ....In.' th* I or danianda which you or ."h..
FOB RENT I opportunity for semi- Circuit Court for Clay County. Park .atal* of JUimoN U AluOHK of you mav hav* against Ih*
..,..,
NnmIn which ... ..... 01 of Marvin Ua liiatt do<
3tf Florida In Cbamtrv by TkumaaKarl \ : n., du.aal, lat* of ."'0.1
retired man or woman to Cheek and Wanda l- Tatar It. Ur.wor County, to th* County Judge of c..ed. lata nf said County, to
FOR RENT Beautifully furnbhed .1 Chock hla wlf, tor Ih* adoption All of sold propvrty balnir ,In Clay County Florida al hi. of. Ik County Juice .f Clay County,
!. and n.'.. wide trailers call on business houses in of a minor child of whom, It laall..d ha County of Cloy, Ntat of "'1"- tk'* In the court hou** of aald. court lurid.houna, at of hla..<>rri-. In th*
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES I you ar* th* natural father County llr. County al
rlda.Unlo. at n Core Uprlnaa,
by week or month AIM Clay County area. Ksp'en- and you .r. hrbv ermmand- .. auch ('.,IIflco..l. or norIlflrolse Kloriua, within .1.! calandar Uron Cove MprniK. Klrrlda, ti
.d to apotar In laid Court on ahall ha n>d..m d ao'ordlnc mnntha from within all vaUndar montha from
POINT TYPE: (This size apartments Use of fine pool ses plus liberal commis- Thuraday, th* lId day of September to law the proparty d... tint publication th of lima''''I. cf nolle the from tha tlmo hr.' la* tiny !pubIh.tlun I

) .;- Pint Insertion up Included. Newt's Mot. Vllano AD. ISIS and .how ribxl In aiich ortl float* or ".,. Two coplta of ."1'' claim .... of notice. Tworonlva
CARD OF THANKS, and sions. Must have car. Fullor C50. If nor why cold patltlon tlfl"..,.. will b. sold In Ih. tllnhat or of ath violin or damand
30 words for all Beach Phone St. ,,,. man d shall b. In wrillnu. and ahall ho In writing, and shall
$1.50, Aagastlne ahouM not b* ('."' ..d'ITNF:1I8 bMtlar al court house ahall atat th.
IN MEMORIAM: Up to 30 part-timo work. Interesting door plan of raldnc slate the Dlao of rmld.neo and
30 at So word. Ad. 824-3119. ..11..1 \\ my hand and seal on tha firm MomUy In and pout office adilrraa ..... ,.. .
18 per I of ..1.. Court M 11..*" ("ov. Month of Motor, ISIS which1 I I.Ih. of tha .tn .d.t,. of tha claimant
elalm.nt
consecutive Inser words for $1.50 all over 30 sales, service work. Sprints )'Ioh''', late 17th day 'fAuu. Hh Soy of ()"tob.r. I//s i hy ,... ilalmant, and .hall h. sworn. I* and shall b* sworn to by
FOR RENT Trailer .spaces) an .'. A I 1\. 19U, OaUd thla Kth day of Auau. kla a. nt. or the claimant, hla ..-.nt. or atfllln -
minimum of $1.20; all at 50 per word. Write fully to "Sales", Clil'RT PKAl.) ..tI. I attorney and a comi>anid by a manner .nd orcommni.d bl" a
utilities available. Inquire al Clerk of THE I CIRCftT COURTBTinra 'oEonnic T. CARLISLE film: ttt of on. dollar and scab f>* of on. Sailor and aiiokrlalm
30 words at 4c per Green Core Curb Market P.O. Box: 578. ICS tfe <.* JII. Carll.l. rinrk nf Circuit Court of rlalm h.or damand nut ao Snail or dtmand not ao filed
shall void' ahall h. told
,.: I wputy Clerk Clay County,
--- lilt N. Msgnolla. GCS. a.I'Uf'nltlC! FloridatUpClC MA11TUA J. MftntlK Hi' LtVILI.K PA'HIKTT
LEGAL ADVERTISING: AMBITIOUS WOMEN) Increased .. AdinlnlairairU, of theJtiiuv A. adralnlntrator of the
8-lMlp of Kalal of Marvin L FadAtli .
11 POINT TYPE First Insertion, $1.40 per fall business necesaltatc I' TIIK COIN 1' or TUB' no'run or AP".I"T'O' U !MOOUE Jit, tell I........"
(This sizo First FOR BENT Three bedroomhouae placing three w.men 1m. "'01 \TY Jl ItuH IH ..t.'UK! lust T"K ItIoIoU: : lJ..r....... T J. JENNINUA 35
type) inch: each addition Insertion lL.'" OlrV, FLORIDA.M NCTICM I a HKKEbY GIVEN, Flm publication Ace. 1/. lam Ritata.t.Of Marvin
insertion to 30 at 37 J Ba,.... GCS. Call mediately. Real opportunityfor : KHOHITHIIU hat Cloy lnvlmnl Co., Inc, SllllcVh.ilOTH :! U .':.r.ltr IM>i<*a< l
up $ .80 per Inch; or u Marvin Taylor St. AunsUno show who ,.aUI,. Write AO. 04MK8TATB IM holder of the ftllowlnrrtl. Klrnt nutilliallon. Sao6/I! IMS '1UeTJJ
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words for 3.00 all I IN RI': Ik..t.. hei 11'.1 nid e.ttifloon. 1/
over required by Statute VA 4-1141 or VA 4-11J1. Avon )(ar. Mrs. Oulda Sweat or LUTHKIUA B.llultHFAI.U for a lax deal In b. laauvdrton From Ibis day forward I will
;30 at lOc word. Additional .l.r....d.NOIUN ". The cenllfh'ate numharaand not b. r.iponnlhl. for debts In.
per .-tfs P. O. Box 887, Live Oak. Fla. Or rll.l\u rKTiriovKOH Y..'. of l..u."..., the d... .r"d by anyone olh.r than my> FOR THE BEST In all-round
consecutive in. .-..11e rum.: MM II 'H .M Vf Tlpton of the properly, and thalama wit food printing try tho CRESCENT
junk W flr
MkKrilHIVNolle In *noI
which It waa aaacaaidara
>ertions, minimum of READING NOTICES: Per MISCELLANEOUS: li hereby given l that I a* folio,,,., lot N. Oran* Avanu PRESS INC Tho priooIs
hero filed my t>.iltl>n for dl. Crtlfli'ala No. T Qrn Cove inins., Vln. risht
+2.40; all over :30: words: line. 25c. UNITED VAN LINES. Preplanned WK'*. HOMKH >OT SkTIRriKII Irlbullon and for final dl'h.rll' Yes of liauanra Juno I. ll" '.I.II'p
With l>......, Par ... Sr.rMr .. .iwvtrl. of the *ata(* of 1 Ixarrlnllon of ......III"ft|
at 80 per word. lone distance Moving ...,. (.. titII a.rl. l.uthvrla B. "..,.I.It. d..<>.aai>d, tmle SI lo II In., BIll r, Many
(. "Sanitised" ...... In Clay .....- Pee I.'.,...... .. aaltiMHra and that on lI..p..nb.r II !.... Lakaa S:bNam
0551.. ....11'...'..... ........1 I.. I will apulv 1 to the Honnrahl In which .......4'
CLASSIFIED DISPLA f: Per DEADLINE: Noon Tuesday ; ; County contact Wills T. Rus- Lrsew. 55040m mw ...... ,. Tho", .. 1. Klv.ra. County Judi K. V, Mutton Thinking of Real Estate? See
sell real .*...er... 0.. a.. of OUr County, Florida tot an All of aalit properly lialn In --'l
eetate. 108 N.
column: inch 140. No dls- preceding publication date,. ; ; Orange IOT**. T..|M, Kla. anmre ordrr of distribution and for fl-I III. (Count of Clay, Slat of Ho
Avenue, Green Covo Springs .-....* tin I dl.char.. .. icutrU nf the rids. \\
counts. of Thursday. w'll of Lulh.rl* II. "", .f.U. d.rsu.d .- l'nl.* aurh rrlKlral. or rr \\fJREALTOR
Phone SS4-OI81. 818tfIIKU' IMt...... ahall l>a rd..md ao.

.'."T"I"TTTT". '...,.,.............................T' HELP WANTED: Route de. 1111,11 II. Ilarrr.Foerutnll rnrdln In law ICs property d*>-. N _
1.1.Itr311'PII rrihi In aiu-h Cfrliflral' or mr'Iflratoa
R SALE: Three .bedroom FOR SALE I' S-bedroom brickbouM WANTEDrOR livery and service men. EI. will h* anlil to Ih* hliti
'. .. .
perlrneo TUN lOI !ITt JIIKIK I blihlar at Ih court tiouna
..t, with carport floor fare on t lots .0' x US' each. RENT' Mobile homo. 10 helpful Suburban tuiHri> on rim ILAV Inor on Ih. firm Mender In I
G.. Co, a division of Green's (01 '\ n. rllillllll Month of rMohrr >**>. which I III
and air conditioner laIded. Within city limits on N. St. wide by SO' long Air condition l\ "IlIlY'I'H lb. Ills ilav nf (Vioiirr, IMS

Good location. All Cy Johns Avense. Will sail furniihed ed. Very clean. Large fenced Fuel of Florida Corp., 1190 N. .LH All. Oil Pald thla Itlh' day of Auiual, I ,
I'll IIN: kutd: of Ills
|ne fenclnf. Corner ., Idlo- or .n;urnlsh for In- I. lot. Four miles from town. Orange Avenue, Green Cove 1'lIvM.\\I: J. CuUTIiKIILANp n wllnnr<< rLc"'Anr.II'I.1C.
n.i( ,.
Sprints t-S-Ue d Court of
and Highland Avenue.kl formalloa phone III JIM ., Phone 184-1571. Mrs. )(cK... !\ ii'UK or ".l\cl PIo:1'U'IU\: ("I.v Count v, KliirHa

XH.J411. 7-lS-tf .IS*. C-Stfo 1.1.11.IIJYER'S . I.KU4L hoTi... roll rintL 1111 II iNiieJ or '.'''"11111''
AI...lM IHtlHINolle \
. li hrby Steen that I
have filed my svtltUn for dla- 1.5:011. Mint nNCiTICM FINANCING & PRIME PROPERTIESARE
Kuril\ Of Aes s.ICATIua trlbutlon and for rUM TAk KkkUNOTICK .. Admlntilratrls CT,,,,. of Ih. the Clay County Zoning Cummlnalun -
IS llk.Uk.UV: : GIVEN! .:.1.,* of Thom. J. Mnuthvrland.dwaaaod. will hold a l-ublia It...,.
GUIDER TIIAT U. 10:. MllOII.N, tka thai on l.mber h.. on TluirnUy, Miit. I*. Ins, NOW AVAILABLE
huld.r ofb.. fmlowina e....- II. Hi. I'will apply I :ihe II..n. u S UO u'tlmk p nl.. In Ih. Aml.lv .. 11 I ,
,I<.t.. has III... aald rrlfkataafwr ..,,101.! Thamaa J. Ulcers, CountyJiKlaa .. llnnm nf th. Clay\ County
a la I 4*.tf lu be laaw.<.l llr la and for Clay Coun'r' C'n..rt 11..11.. Ann's. C1..n CI'r.1I.ln. ZONED FOR Bt'HINEHAi: ell' Building and property adjacent 1

and'.,.oft yarn, Tb.arllfkalo of I.......,.. Ik numbers. danamaa button Honda and frr for an vd.r of dla..h.n.a. at hrarlnv.., riorlila.oblwtlana, fur the, If purpiii any I.* : to Mlnlt Market on Highway 18; <<131< > Approximately

CONDITIONING BEVERAGES: REAL ESTATE cr1nton of IM hr.psrlp. end Ibs Admlnlttratrli, CTA. of Ih. innlnir from ha pr...nl Aarliiltnr 1' 300x200 feet on U. B. 17 North Juit outside city limits;
In wakh. U was queued will of Tkomaa J. Houth.rlapd, 1 Ron In 11..1"."". 7-<,"
ar. .. follow*. d.....ad.Marten. lie Zones Ih. fulUwlniitrihtd .... ((3) Approximately 100' on Orange Avenue at North; adjacent

MILBERGER TWIN REALTY t'.rlltl..l.Year of I..No......IS* *J.n. I. III! KirkAdmlaulrslrla (' proptriyiKlnaalv lab. Villaa, N'l' aarrnrd propertUa available. .

PAUL'S l>.iTlntiun: f rrupcriv, I IIaMCP .4 In flat Ikmlt I. t..... RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY ell Three bedroom house,
Lola IA 11. Hlk. Q. Uk Ull|. I. I, and I, AIM the South. Ill .
two baths at 310
Wt Bay Btrtotj tat Thro bedroom
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Hilda T. Ntth .r* | llNam > ft of Ih* 5Kbb< of t 'lisa II, ,
r REFRIGERATION la which aa.taaadl IlII TIIN cinch ''I' Cola" or Townahln I Miulh" liana* II house on* bath lI' SIT It Johns Av.| (3) Three bod-
Rialto Jaaacli T.vn- CLAY f'Q"T' 51.05104I. IC.., and all nf that part .f
All Legal BTraf All *f 1l-I-J'I In t:=r the Smith IIS fl, nf Ih* SWU room hou*, H" baths at 803 Bt Johns Ave; (4) Two
SERVICE RENTAL SALES lha Covalv kw of Kvrllnn II. Townahlp I bedroom concrot block on Highway 17 South near county
rids MART A tAJoI"IIIu.: caulk liana II (...
ft ACREAGE ft LOTS "'"I... curb. e.rlWIrsl. or carIKfcaiM riaiai.ffClUflllC All I' rll.e In lntral and elf. line; (IS) Two three-bedroom !9-bath 3-itory frame
Open 8 A. M. I.1 A. M. shall ... r4ra4 .
r c............ irikjiaoMoa. .......... c-.w >r4l*. I* law ICs prwiMrtr d.M'n ..' r. CAMPBELL. laana i ba ahull hrd hors al an said tpIanR.ally1q lima and. house, at 1801 Idlewlld Ave, excellent price, ((,,81 Four-

*o4 oatkasi S....... bAaatrtalSrrlsw rrlb.* I. *urk **rllfli will .bo sold I* IK* klakal or '.ut'FTurn (',..., ropvrr EONINO1MMI
t S. Palmetto StrostHomo Dual Cosuily Line Greater day Cty kMdr at ,.. cnort .....* aTATM ur rLOKlUA-TO 91t1R WATERFRONT PROPERTTt (U Throe-bedroom homes,

Pboaw M4HMiBoalneos North of Oraof Park Notary Pull.PRONE d Mi.alk 0p .on*f Ortbr ICs ape, 111.M.od.y whlrh In I Is CHARLES H.d.nr. tnlaewe r; CAMPBICU.hai : Ch.lnmo., JAMES" It. rnowf. within and outside city limits; (3) Riverfront sit* within. ;

rhino IM-tSSl Ik* 'lk da* ft Orlobr. HI. YOU ARC JtlllICIlY: NOTIFIED ..1.III'l'OII city limits, Ideal for sxclualv apartment devilopment..
l>*id Ibis t tk :*, *f Ausaai 4 a lOll .haa ...*. fllad a...I..t
Offlr 3.....1 1MIOKORasi roll I. Ike .....v. anllilod .au.. 39,438 square feet with more available; (31 Horn on
I IPLIANCIS BOATS I. CARI.ISI.K. cad ran are ..."..y re< <|uU'd I. wheels, with Florida room addition on nice lot off
Oraar AT*. S. at Bay St.Or (Urk of OrrHll' C*.rl of ..n. ...a .".ra., I 6
Clar ('.....,.. rI0' I whe.o sonic ,1.1.lfl"' appear FARM LOANS Florence Cove; IS) Modern Home built l>40> with
| TV APPLIANCE **. Open Spetaf* 1"lpOC .
borers. your rltton. d.l.n a. glass sliding doors, overlooking Black Creek. Private dock "
INLET MARINA If Car U Ih* kill of complain j
SERVICEWe tmOLSTERY In said ault rpy of wiles lall -i.- and boat house. 380 feet on creek 400 ft deep ,
.*r4 I* you b.rwiih. .* *i
Brands FARMS AND RURAL ACREAGE available.
Repair AO and Boatyard CHURCH NOTICES k.for UrloMr 4, A. I-). 111.ll e TIMBERDAIRY ,
&r icing Clay County TO .rla fail not or ***r.. pre RESIDENTIAL LOTS of varying Slavs, within and outside .
A Z UPHOLSTERY CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE ...f..*. will k* aird asalnal' C FARMaRANCHES .'
For lis.... Toars MERCURY ,.. C., ICs pellet ray4 fa Ik* city limits.FINANCING.
C \
tMMMUlLERTON'S SALES a IDVlCEBOAn.IIOTOu.TLUJ.EU II* MacawBa Avenue SOCIETY "III .t tIC'I.IIIt.TU. If now availoble.TWIN .
1ft,. Park Ph.
NATIT": or AID IUIT r
Olin COT SprlnnPhon Cor. E. ...... St A BEING: "' ,..01'ore... 0) PART-TIMR A

N. Mar-ola Are WITNSU my .hand sod the GENERAL FARMS
384-3784
sal *f aald Taart .. Green Cvprlnaa. .
Wei A Dry SUraf GREEN COVE SPRINGS riorld Ihla llal dar REALTY

14 K. Orange Aft. Maria WaysOS. FURNTTURB FLORIDA .f A...... A. U IMkiltAlc Lone Terms . no

I .s Core Springs. t84Sll CANVAS WORK < { X>B.iB U CARUSLB.fUrh penalty on pro-payment
BIORWAT 17 IOVTROra.g. BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS' Sept IS, ISM Olr*.ll C.urtnvi Hilda T. Net*. RealUr

j 9CNTIKOACCOUNTING Park ..... S84-M1S SLIPCOVERS MADE .aajoeti"Substance" I'...flrar.. t1.rkJn.les. M, Carllaia I FEDERAL LAND ASSOCIATES) Joeepb E. Neth and I".,. OalaaabertyRe .

S N"rlaAHrT BANK ASSOCIATION Ph. 384-9838
Tew Furu tan
MOBILE HOMESMOBILE dot rlalatlffAddr ., OaJMorllb Bay St. al V. . 17. Murk Oreea Cov String
with th OM Comfort" ***
o A ....... farrltaUoa I* esUnoVd -. o. n..t a ft. _
0, .,,111' *, . 4111 I.W. Illk Sheet Plane S84-188I Day or NlgblW
C. A. HUMMELBAX1EY to allied er ....... fn Cr v* "
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AND HOMES Phono I7M484 ( handle VA and FHA repossessions Clay and

TAX SERVICE --I Duvsl Counties

Llsl Kenney Owner W* boy sett, or tre.Factory TRIM SHOP .
t | Orange AT*. Green Cove
outlet for Taylor
TsL 244721ronalirAd 144 Wo4 IdtowUd Avenue People Judge
Mobile ROOMS hilt a* Green
R-L Rex 18FlMett
Services Cor* .......*. Sin tIM big 1144avare '
IBrccountin ........ Your
foolLrawarasaa" stMT Status
Oreo c... Sage
ft Tax
<< East.ST. .
tat N HUbway IS
Stea>l.-, -''.** -..**.!.
Returns ... .. .. .
m.,4 de. r. ebe seer Your
Poousineas JOHNS MOBILE HOMES.IXC. a.... I..N M.a>.l* ry ....* by .
...-ad ...... -.sr..N rue.E .
Firms ft ..>. ...... .-.. t''***>m REAL EsTATE4
TeL 384-3111 Green Core SrfS. a ?- businessStationery
Individuals c... pus <..!.....>. IBSM*.
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-- iran I
j w a.t Ptnllt.eILEY'B MILK DEUVEBYW.D.Morris TWTSt *S "

PICKUP : ni \t RESIDENTIAL

( EXTTMATEfl Danny

( is.\ > INDUSTRIAL
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noamAI TADW -hf n ** *

'" c..a 41311111. P4r11YI REArESYATE COMMERCIAL

I. PabMT $I. M. MiBMkse DMHkjtor TRYASMAUAO

fl. .,...* AlnueIM if ACREAGE ,

T*.. All Jmey Milk no* r.

r.Z e Park 144-45441, FOR That's Why So Many p RUSSEltNOT RENTALSj

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Wittiest w. (Mickey) Hun, preeldesf N The Finn Mvitrles, labJi' (Continued From Far 2)) ; L As A Matter Of FactThe i: I am In a place] called By Inoue HUGH. SMITH

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would not suppose It would ton once. toawsett.,
VN A graduate of Miami bother my friends it they happen ] Texan claim no railroad

A University (Ohio) "Micksy"Finn's to think I ant wrong; aU train can afford the trip acroi Choosing a Cat
phenomenal business the way. county' four qualified municipalities will get more their state on account of Ita

i a /ti career was Interrupted by It seems to me a hallmark than $8,700 in the statewide distribution from July cfgai being so big. One} train rum. ftclil In choosing first if a.cat, you kitten must.
you prefer a
World War II. Serving aboard of education and maturity Lan ette tax collections. Total collections were more than 15.1 halfway and then they swltc or a grown eat. Kittens are loverblo -

t an attack transport he ability to say your plec million with distributions to towns and cities totaling' you over to a fresh one to finIsh and l ltthiree''thr.

\ became a li'eutenant andestablished1 and listen to the other fellow more than $2 million Of the distribution In the county, Ren; the trip. to selves house-break,
neat and clean. A
InC % an u . and then forget it. Morris, state director of the beverage department said Texans are known to stretc cat is dljrnifled and quiet grown and

ba ImprtiUv military None of my views on politic. .40455,98 would go to Green Cove; 12,787.74 to Orange Pkrk: the truth. In fact, most I'v, F lest" likely already houaebrolcesu

.n record or morals or individuals cam .1,840.98 to Keystone; and $95..S3 to Penney Farms. known were downright liar, ( 1 In sjaleeUs a oat, yea mayelteese

.y out of a burning bush. I am < But lying was' all right when fcreeds. treat Desasjotlc ee lIMn of eeraral bin:

$31 1 entirely willing to be proved fart they wore cowboy hats and I nuns H arerj sjslsa.saesadlas. Mstriked ...
salaries to Floridians year
and paid
Wages cam
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high-heeled boots. aMy TMr osler'sssd
wrong. But I wont listen to a
m' man who hides his face behind to a whopping $7,9 billion, an amount that set three rec As Z have, between train. i' hUGh SMITH 'I markings remain unchanged
9 ends, according to the Florida State Chamber at Commerce throughout life. The Persian eat
about three hours to look at
nit .. ,. a hood or his Identity behind i
,i s is a lone hair purebred which ii
"This wage-salary total was the largest received: by then I much impress what was left from the federal
a telephone Houston am regal in appearance and affectionate -
La cm Finn began telling while ; # state's workers during any year. It represented' $700 mil with statues of Texas heroes government to keep out a pri In disposition. It has.

till In high school, w lion gain over 1983: the largest dollar gain yet recorded; and,. like Sajn Houston and Dave; son. lonir, siky| hair with a luxurious
Inl found that a philosophy The University\ of Florida' finally, it registered a 10 per cent Increase over 1963, the' Crockett and Sam Bowie. It was a pretty big bite for rufi around the neck and chest

ed of "determining a J. Hillis Miller Health Center greatest increase of any of the past five years. Trill comparable -, Everywhere a plaque or statue Oreen Cove Springs to chew on. amt between recent years the forelegs.In Persians. have i

Jaj customer's needs,then r In Gainesville is housed In i a national figure was 6 per cent. could be put, they put H. In fact after chewing for two been crossed with Siamese 10'llredure -

diet solving them quickly, 1 122 million facility which "The largest private payroll In the slate last year was I did not talk to a single Tex years, It la apparent we have the Himalayan-a longWr -

'Jnat simply and econom Includes the College of MedIcine that paid by retail and wholesale stores and firm to their' an that didn't have a grandpa a lion by the tall; afraid to Piamese with and the coloring et at.. I

ically" was the i the College of Nursing, employes, $1,8 billion which was more by 8 per'' cent than at the Alamo. I figured If I'd keep chewing and more scared Persian. personality UI.

beg quickest route to the the College of Pharmacy, the the 1963 payroll."Manufacturing. talked to everybody In Texas to let go. 'The most ponalar ef all pure

urd top of the industrial '; College of Health Related Pro plants in the state with a $1.7 bllllor all of them would have had i a Two month's back Oreen T-rt-Jii say Purina Pet Care Center ;

ladder. He adds to this fesslons and the University; payroll and a 9 per cent gain ranked second Theservlci grandpa at the Alamo and the Cove's City Commission votedto Agile
formula a 16 hour Teaching Hospital and Clinics, trades (amusements, professional services repair services history of the Lone Star State sell that lion to Louis Rey. Siamese are the "talkers"the

work day* hotels etc.) paid $Ir billion in wages and salaries a 10 might have been different.So nolds. He has, that Is Mr. Reynolds rat world. I5I.me.lIlI b.

Advancing rapidly up ths per cent gain."Contract I got to thinking about has more wheat in his trained to( retrieve or walk en a,

management ranks of the construction firms paid $652' million and statues and heroes The more bin than Mell,., Hall, Roberts 1eRRil.The' Burmese are medium-slza

packaging industry, Finn in registered a 14 per cent annual gain The finance Insurance, I thought the madder I got and Oustafson rolled in one, rats with powerful bodies and a

rf 1963 formed The Finn real estate group paid $495 million,up 7 per cent. Transportation As Z do not live In Texas, 1 I even U you throw in J. P. (glistening coat that ,is almost

r- Industries, a packaging TALK KtI lines, including warehousing; paid $376 million up wish to have some Clay Com Revels to sweeten the bin. treble like brown.the Siamese They are but affectionate

firm headquartered In es Md4tan 10 per cent. Communications and utilities paid $228 million ty heroes, or, at least, some Seeing as how this 1s the and gentler quietus
Chicago. Illustrating once also up 10 per cent. Farms paid $130 million and mines $49 Clay County bragging. biggest thing Oreen Cove ever The Abyssinian is another
again the unlimited chewed it looks like rare and<< expensive breed. They
;)'t ; Children's Literature' million There's more water in Doc we may
% r-" opportunities of today (hr Of eatsIn "The total public payroll In Florida last year was $18 tore Lake than In all of Texas, get a hero after an. have' ,a yellow triangular cr haul, face eyes witkpreen andre
all the children'slltciature
the American. Lewis Carioll's Ihe::: billion. This sum was greater by II per cent than In 1983 And the cows in John Hall'i If the base is sold and Mr. very alert. They have !soft! ,
enterprise system, the firm ire specimen I was, perhaps,. the showing a faster growth rate than payrolls of private individuals pastures Q. I. Roberts' ranch Reynolds brings in some of pleasant voices but seldom tall
111 already has 9 plants across most exasperating. His knack of and firms The public payroll was made up of $972 and Ed Oustafson's dairy wfl! his wheat well need a statueto The Manx i 1. an unuturt cat
without has
taJ. It short fore
a the nation and sales of will appeal'lnaand disappearing' at million in state, local and district salaries; $458: million in make Oil Favor's cattle drlvei Ben Zellner and Berwick leer and a lor"him! lefts r() It boilS
1ft million dollars., was decidedly unnerving to salaries and $383 million paid to federal civilian Anderson like Texas heroes .
over Alice. Though ho did give her military look like' homemilking.But when it calks, leaps' win l it
same good advice workers in Florida we've got no heroes. But If our mayor, Warwick ruiu.
"Which May ought I to go "In addition to wages and salaries, Floridians who owned The only place In Clay Couny Kenney succeeds in blocking

from here?" she inked" Income property of all types earned $2.2 billion but the gain t I've found with any historyto the sale, maybe hell get a No

I Say You Read It'' Ill THE CRESCENT "lhat,"on where depends you he want said[to sensibly go." was relatively small only 3: per cent over 1983. The incomeof speak of Is down on Highway itatue.As Little Classified Mt

It you'ie considering the addition proprietors of businesses totaled 1.8 billion up 6 per 17, some three miles south all the old time worn-out 1:

of a cat to your family cent.' of Oreen Cove where a mark- buildings fall apart and grass
you and jour children are in for Floridlans also received $1.2 billion tn retirement paymentsof er says it Is the site of an old creeps up around half of whatis Briny Biff Results In

I List Your, Clay CountyJProperty an enjoyable first step excellence.Tho in choosing. a various types and stashed away a credit of $286 million fort. It does not speak of any left of nothing, perhaps our

kitttn or cat is,to look for a sol which will be returned later in the form of social security heroes. mayor can tell us how to deal Users Try one and

Idly built animal. Feel the body cheeks Our naval station once was the other half of nothing '
Frank W. Brown gently. Look for clear e\es,clean "All told, 1964 personal income of Floridians amountedto known far and wide aa the Zt so, we win make him our \
tars, firm l pink i mouth, glossy
coat without bare patches, and atirm more than $12 billion 8 per cent more than in 1963. Thenational home of a mothball fleet And hero tee your resuitsl'I

And Associates muscular hody. gain was 6 per cent." people came from miles aroundto We aced one. I

The best food for elty or country .- .--* see It. Za time it went the
eat Is "scientifically I
a prepared -
Registered Peat Estate Bnker and balanced one like Senator Speisard Holland has announced that all Flori- way ot all federal project to
Purina Cat Chow, This is the Texas and Green Cow bought
da boys desiring to take the Civil Berries screening examination Don Pool'sOINB
EvelioHowar' 11 Ot -.*.sit first dry food to be specifically for appointment to
ISM V M. Hlibway / designed far tats and it supplies preliminary to his consideration
lthoas' 1184M -. all the protein vitamins, min. the national service academies located at Annapolis Md. Doug; mill U1DI &Y
ChKami eials and ether nutrients they (Navy), Colorado Springs, Colo. (Air Force), and (King 14 A a.011II ;
ishe111 1FuMrq
need.Other Point N. Y. (Merchant Mrlnemust have their completed
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tips to remember don't
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leave DInk \in tho' bowl all day. application forms In Ms office <2t Old Senate Office OINB M Bam Italy Day
Heal 1 If it's not eomumed within two Building Washington 28, D. C. no later than Wednesday IIA1 Iledla 1Kasbfase
Miss j or three hours, remove It Anddon't 15 1965. The Senator hu no appointments this HUNTING DOG .
September CONTRIBUTES TO .....> taasbi Ua U-I*. Made IrMIOiFlil . NI I
EcoiJsrry feed your eat oil as a matter year to the U. B Military Academy West Point. N. Y. GAMECONBERYATION -
of routine on the mistaken
SEE YOU AT theory that this will prevent the This deadline," stated Senator Holland "la mandatoryIn By Bob lamp MuufWrrliklM .,aMDr WIIoOOBI
formation *f hair balls In the order that the Civil Service Commission will have sotn- P.Foods awMurch Center
:: dies 1 digestive tract. Cats fed a balanced dent time in which to determine the sites at which the If you're an ardent hunter
::1111th i diet have a sleek coat and screening examinations will be given to Florida applfcaita. who is also deeply! : concerned
seldom it ever, acquire hair about the dwindling I
balls. Because of this requirement, m extensions: of time for recelpt supplyof
in the ,
game country what
RalphHlstorj Remember-you'll make your of these applications can be made." can you doT On* important :BESSIE
MADAM'
Echie'sIN child's life even. happier, with his All interested parties who have not yet filed applications way to contribute to game E
own pet' the various service academic In the summer preservation I Is to Invest in a
.Mm.. J for admission to Senator Holland for hunting dog. The better the She will read your entire life past,,
of 1966 should Immediately write dog, the greater may be yourcontribution. present aM future. Bka asks no questions
the necessary forms in order that they can be returned priorto You'U help re-
?ten 15 deadline date In concli ien, the Florida duo the waste resulting but win UU you what you want to
the September '
'1&1. F IN I stated that thou applying must score a mini- from; fame killed but not know, giving date and facts of bnlnese,
legislature
found,' and from wounded
t Ede mum grade of 70 per cent on the standard screening examination gone which runs, hides end love, health and family affair Win
JII consideration for' eventually dies. Such I find lost art. TELL yet whom
James in order to be eligible for further (sm help you
never gets counted la the and ....0. If the one
1 vacancies. wd marry
ine academy
available you
i ORANGEDALEWhere nomination U the legal bag Unit 'you'I I
keepMrs. -A- love Is true, what part ot the eoun
luckiest for you MIll what U do to be.
C (Editor's note: Oon resaman D. R. Matthews' most recent : successful. Will reels. the separated
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Kthj) weekly report from Washington contains the following locate absent Monde and relatives, aced
I Plan l -- riots in lot Angela) r M.-
discussed
comments on the widely- .! : CUlt happlaeaa between man and wtta,
Jeroai.II Some of the reasons for the rec'nt Los Angeles riots must :. ::.- Makes up lover's e1 art.1s. Tills >If sickness w bad !took to

3, Include, (1) the philosophy Of some of our citizens who With a dog to fiat and re. natural enemies, era Influence MIll bad lue*. Does not tafl

Mai, The Best People Meet T at's Why have advocated that laws may be disobeyed in the espousal inter everything you hit to Phase you but win tell the math'On visit will rep*.s
of social causes (X) the Insistence that poverty must always you'll be living up to the intent kr dlsapposnitmenU in all others. I not only read your
,Business PeopU with lawlessness, (3) the constant aa well as the letter of you
w be associated legal limit lav. With lesfl' tie like an opsss book, bat .1 also help you out ot yourTROUBLES.
Choose OurRAISED preachment of the "freedom" side of the cola of democracy thee through lost gam* Cone and see nip you are so unhappy why

without ever any challenge for the acceptance Of-the other there'll be more)tsj go around everything sssms to go wre g. WHY be sad aad tfown-
"responsibility.-) the action of certain i more for yen, too, you
In Florida side of the coin. side of a next time out baited sick and worried when you caa be heed aadMrytblnc
communications media In always depleting one But dont ".sit until th. e made clear bff consulting THIS OlTlli' )

after a day's fishing PRINTEDBUSINESS question and (Sb.. increasing: difficulty in bringing criminals last minute to get' btu: MZDIOUI Everybody ......... MO MAIL AM8WERED.
h of various Interpretations oj higher better the nroort
to justice because' you and yosir hunting com I make aa house calls.Dent mistake the address, MADAM
beefs the one... y courts.' Mr. panion. the better will be his BX8SIX: located north of CaDahan on Hwy Ml. ...
remember that In ISM
Many of my friends will performanc. You'll need half mil from City ot CAlLAHAN P1ap0o.e I723M.
Presidential campaign in Oalneavllle fame for training and phys-
for good taste, t, STATIONERY Adlal Stsveruon began his District I was with him for three kll concIttJo too. WATCH FOB HJTJl BON ZN FRONT OF HOUR
in our Congressional r .... HunUna Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
good fun 'lOb. days, and I had great admiration for this brUDant Ameri should .t their. meal at Igs Opea dally I ... to 1ft p-m. Including Sundays
he made a talk at Colby end of ..
that last year MW 4UB.
You recall Mv WHJ 9
can. may THIS currmo OIYU TOO A rt BEAMNQ FOB .tIf '
set dry doff foOd such aa Friskles _
College, and made some reference to the fact: that sometimes
Mix. makes excelling
Our NewLetterilig it might be a high mark of honor to be ptooed in Jail light sarjrk during an the day.' ___
w For that referring to civil rights protestors who disobeyed local>> laws. U

oddecI touch I wrote him In protest and received a very warm reply from
Styles That of elegance him In which he said "I want you to know that the newspaper

JIKM look like report you sent me dose not reflect either the mood
ly at 10 |Ilttl., [
Expensive con, specify or real meaning of my remarks at Colby Collcgc"I
believe that all thinking Americana must resdlae that
J Hand our Coronet changed If this nation n
laws must be obeyed until they are
n a ., 5Ms Lettering I line of Raised ls to continue as a fret country Surely we must try to eliminate trade
i dOn't
a. Printed sta.tionery slums eradicate poverty and open the windows of you

business cords and hope for all Americans. But let us also get on with the

builneu announcements.You task of protecting all of our people, whatever their race: with we've
can feel. the rich raised: .Uttering color or creed from the lawless and hoodlum element in IU, both

and you'll approve this country by obedience to the law, and by working within

Wherever you fish for sport-on the the fin* quality stationary. the framework of the Constitution change laws hat wedon't lost SVAN S !

by the,booming Butt; or on tome Many letterhead and bvU- like Surely this should be a program behind which all
ocean,
: M quiet country pond, it's great at the end nets cord layout styles to county committee and serves ube farmers local contact

3* oE beer. chooie from adaptable to *
of the day to head for a rewarding glus NESS ow
your business' Ask to tee our farmers recently elected to serve on the Agricultural
I the that got away County
\t'Vbile, you're talking over ones catalog. StabUaatlon and Conservation Committee and their
', enjoy the FRED IIS BUICK PONTIAC I INC.'U.
didn't
that you
'or pan-frying the ones prom SMV/CI/ terms of office are: Charles W Smith of Mlddltburg. three .
hcartf.taste and cool refreshment only a glass ot years; palmer Williamson of Creen Cove, two years; albeit mane AK Fbe.ee 2$4-1122.4$4453g GC$ (

to well. Yes whatever purport COUNTY 1>. Saunders of Orange Parts one year Arthur J. Vamts
give GUY
beer can you or gardeninga of Ocean Cove first alternate; and David Wilkinson of MaxVllle -
strolling golfing i
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t bowling or
second: alternate.
i >frorty l glass' of beer makes a naturally CRESCENT The newly elected committee will take office October 1. Y

I accompaniment. ,* The ASC8 office at Oreen Cove U headquarters for the
great Greea c.,. $triage
IN& county commmtee and serves as the farmers local contactfor
T VNfflB iTATM anilines ASSOCIATION, ......'"-11.. bualneaa.

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E Letters To The Editor A STILLNESS NOW M H C & Penney Forms IReporterl

lay High News By POLLY PATERSON (Continued From Page 2) IN MIDDLEBCRQ ;

less than seven evils More A 975-rsllon Still was seised MRS. HERBERT D. MTCU. rbena Stl-MSl

Clay High School opened its representing Mr. Jess Tynes Coach., wicked than liquor Itself. Idleness by Sheriff Jennings Murrhee Th Rev :M. H. Keast will be had a lovely trip to Santa Mon-enjoys playing the piano in the
ors again to the students I who was attending another Mrs. Anne Jackson English ,loss of Jobs abuse of family and his deputies near :Middle- the preacher next Sunday at Ira and was grateful for the lounge and the use of the,air
igust 30. The enrollment, tot meeting. Mr. Parker Introducedthe and French: Mr. Jerome Jackson broken homes, divorce dishonesty conditioned library.
Is 438 which is approxlitely faculty telling a little of English and Social Studies social crimes, Insanity, burg last Sunday UM 10:15 o'clock services at the experience.The She has been teaching at her
the same number as the background of each of the ; Mrs. Mary A. Jensen, Biology the disease lately discussed In A 1 bag of mash was found .Penney Memorial Church. H. home, four hours a day. She
,t year. new teachers. ; Mr. Perry Norwood Driver McCalls September magaaflne near the still. will be assisted by Herbert D. spirited and beautiful says the children who were
P-TA The Clay High School faculty Education; Miss Katie Freshen "that Dr. Klldare Couldnt The Sheriff said no one was Myers. saddle"mare brought to MHC there last year seem happy
Tuesday, August 31. the Clay for the 1965-68 school year Girls' Physical Education; I Cure;" even murder whetheron found near the still st the time i The Rev. Dr. Ocorge P. Howard from Oklahoma, by the Rev she la back again. She has a !
,gh School P-TA held their Is aa follow: Mr. James Ramsey, Business the roads bridge or,In ambush. of the selsure. will teach the Sunday and :Mrs. R. W. Nelson li now real challenge this year with ,
st meeting for the 188W6 Miss Marie, Aaron, Business Education; Mr. Jerry Rose- I School lesson for the combined In cow pony's "happy rating three children who have speech
boot year. The purpose ofe Education; Mrs. June Adams, berry English; Mrs. Eleanor II O, yes there are some per adult Bible pass during the ground." A familiar light has difficulty the work she really:
meeting was to Introduce Business Education; Mrs. ConStance Yelton, English.Mr. sons who fight to prevent the I remainder of the month. departed our campus: glimpsesof enjoys.In .
e teachers to the parent A Alford Art; ,Mr. Keith, Wlnford Franklin, Chorus teaching fat the schools of the VitclJen The Her. Oral Brown will Dade (named after their her note addressed to her
vered dish supper providedthe Alford, Mathematics; Mr. Eve-: and Band Director; Mrs. terrible harmfulness to the wisely I lead the intercessory prayer dauchter's: first doll) carrying I many friend at MHC, she closes
mothers, war served In Ue Badta,Spanish; Mr.Howard Nelda Smith, Librarian; Mr.!I I body of drinking liquor. . meeting tomorrow (Friday) at Mr. Nelson to the Post Officeat by saying "Do atop to see
der to allow more time for CIoss. Science and Mathematics Gary D. Spruce Boys Physical la there any; reason why: a. 9:30: ''o'clock In the lecture a "jig trot" or nibbling I me If you ever go through
quaintAnce. : Mr. Ralph crawford. Social Education and Athletic Director restaurant cannot serve a decent 201A iIUINt room of Penney Church. trail on the return trip while Lakeland Her address Is SIT H
Mr. Lewis Chancey, P-TA Studies and English; Mr. ; and Mr. day Oooch meal and charge what It'' he read a letter or chats with W.Highland Avenue,Lakeland.
esldent began the meeting Ray Duncan. Industrial Arts; Health,and Basketball Coach. Is worth Do we really wish our'I' A Variety of_ Mrs. Flora Reid of Uarlette, friends. -
Introducing the school prln- Mr. Thomas Ellii: Social Studies meeting meals paid for by lOI11.on'l Through eleven years Dede
A short business Salad Dressing :Mich., daughter of Mrs Cora Miss Dorothy Hed! nrelch an
pal Mr. James A. Parker. Mr. ; and Mr. Harvey Elmore followed la which Mr. McCall who drinks the poisonous liquor Thompson; Miss Frances Rug- has seemed to love to be ridden engineer with the Genera Elec.

ank Szortyka was present Mathematics and Assistant explained the P-TA budgetMr at a greater price and lal' salads Improve with delicious homemade summer salad lies, of Care, :Mich., and Mill by as many as five or six trio Co., In Rome, Oa.. and a
Chancey named the P-TA thereby cheated to pay for our dressings. Vary the seasoning to 1 OeiMfleve Curtis of Uarlette. visiting' grandchildren at once; sister of Mrs. J. David Thae-
NCREASE FARM PROFITSWITH project for the year which will meals We know there are please your own taste. Mich., grand-daughters of Mrs. but her gentle disposition did let, conducted a mott Interest
be providing for the need Of many places without liquor' STANDAID TOUCH MBSNO, Thompson; and Mr*. Ada Reidof not ensure her against the dangers Ing m..Uncla.t Sunday evenIng .
the school clinic. where delicious and satisfactory 1..,.sal Marlette. a friend of Mrs. of barbed wire. Tuesday In the Quadrangle, baaed
A PGAINTERMEDIATE There were approximately meals are served at a fair H hap pepper Thompson, all attended the morning Mr. Nelson found herwhinnying largely on the early Moravian
price. Most of those who run Ukp.paprika for him with\ left
125 members present and Mr. 100th birthday party of Mr*. music.
liquor places complain tthat ttcwpvtaeqafHcupMlodotl hindleg 10 torn and bleeding
stressed the Importance Cora Thompson at Punta Dorda.
A small
Chancey of Mora
company
taxes'on liquor take their prof.
that kindness required rifle
of parents and teachers Ms lie day tooredleal with sevlaoaaf. On their way home, they vians went to Savannah Oa.,
It so they still have the excuseto odd the ell md bee bullet to end her suffering
TERM LOANup Joining In the guidance and I serve poor rntala.Oo..mm.nt a shake nee well beiore Mia* Other topped to call on Mrs. J. J. in 1T3J. when Charles Wesley
support of the student In their seas* each as seta, gaily orIM Hoffman and to see MHC. Mrs. went to Georgia. After five
: city county
to r school: life. The regular monthly -I state or national do not get 4 Perrtss WoneeMnUi. Sauce I Cora Thompson spent several Mr. and Mr*. E.: T. Bunder- yean, they Joined with another
meeting will be held next caa be added. Mokes about 1 eupjIORBOODUSSNO winters with Mrs. Hoffman. man of Euatls stopped to seethe group of Moravians who settled
enough In taxes from the liquor
years to repay month and all teachers and traffic to for all the expenses Mrs. Thompson received over Rev and Mrs. D. L. Snyder In Bethlehem Pa., around /
parents are asked to attend. caused pay by liquor sale To H cup el rnach-Cneelat. exldt 200 birthday eards| and letterson on Sept. I, after having been 1740. All these people brought
Ftaanoa your farm Improve with 1 tap. lea 4 Natas WMoeskjnhlie her 100th birthday, to St. Augustine the evonlng their talent, ikllla, tools and
God bless
sue. .Mal\ you
the lowest Sauce
menu at possible before to see "Cross and
musical
eat Too sea do this with CarterOptometrist courage to print the whole 1 Tbep. call saves instruments. Among
R. Timothy Sword.
Dr.
simple Interest PCX loans. truth of what the liquor traffic 1 Ttap. chopped noleiciess'Bhake Last week the Rev. and Mrs them were farmers tin smiths,
well serve with greea or Charles H. Coker enjoyed a Mr. and Mr*. Willard Tat. teachers carpenters watch
Tow automatically: Increase does to a city a county
profits when you save a state and our natlon'a people. visit by their IOn, Robert C. nun 9 Surf Drive, St. Augustine makers and many other trades.A .
oa financing eostsv Stof for Announces New Office Hearst :Mary R. Storey HOMEY fRENcH wussoaSTbep.aoser Coker, assistant professor of spent the day with the very fine collection of the
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I U I" ORANGE PARK YOU GET PRODUCTS' YOU CAN
"The Milage Must go Down"Eicerpti I "Super-Rliht" Western Beef
(Continued from Page .1) DEPEND ON EVERY TIME! THERE'S...
CUBED er FULL CUT
( from the prepared statement of Walter Williams "Communism has proved to of Caleb Johnson and 1 II the third generation of her familyto

III tr president of the recently organized Clay County Agri I the world . the folly of destroyed occupy It. Col. Tisdelle a veteran of the Bataan death I 1 ROUNDSteak
cultural Association, before the County Board of Equalization ,Incentive All of us haveto march, is a native of Chicago, I
are published below. See also editorial "Where To have a good purpose or a
Find The Money?", pace 1.1]) real incentive to produce When .
'The tragedies of our past Incentive is destroyed by over i ';."t'' ;' '
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experiences are always repeat. drainage tax, Just enough excess taxation production falls back I .: ''J :. . (it. 11 I
ed by those who refuse to learn tax to prevent profitable almost to a standstill it ': I a

I from them. To learn from the utilization of the land. And "We could not send the firs .,. I
In Past Is not to turn back the that little extra tax turned that one of our children to school ts It'
Ct clock, experience Is the very 90,000-acre Baldwin Drainage without the food and products .k 89c"SnperRliht"

ba basis for avoiding future mistakes District into a win grass I from our farmlands It is the : 1 1The LB.
en wasteland You could see an long and tireless hours of the
ey "I am sure all of you remember old cow as far as the eye farmers that gave us the surplus .
$31 the Thirties when taxes on could penetrate the atmosphere we enjoy. And now they Western Pork
agricultural land exceeded Its are caught between an ever X OPi
mt ability to produce a profit. Ru 'Thousands of acres of cut. Increasing cost of the baslo U Sliced Pork LoinPORK

nit landowners simply quit producing over land, foreclosed by the equipment they work with, _
eni. In great numbers allover County for taxes lay on the higher wages and increased
La the State. Then we had County records awaiting a taxes I say that is the final
Inl to remove the heavy burden of buyer at from 1250 to $4 an I straw, .

ed taxes In the Murphy Act acre. One 8.000-acre tract of "Northeast Florida timber
Jay 'There are those who will prime timberland sold for 60 farmers produce about one half PLAID STAMPS.Chops!

.dlel' say history is wrong and that cents an acre Even the paper a cord of wood per acre per
l' this cannot happen again, thatnat i '
companies would not touch year Under typical management
we have learned to control our that land so long as that excess on flat woods soil, he t to .Lb.
Now let ua The formal courtyard entrance to Mir Rio is dominated _
t beg< economy gourd sive tax was on It gets for that half a cord $4. OFFERQqa/i4f& 69cUItIr1Mt111RtNiNIUI
back just IS years to (the experience "This was In 1850; Duval Typical expense is $190 per by an iron-capped well The marble well Is made from the AvePkg.
of) our neighbors in County in boom capital of a column taken from a Ravenna villa said to LB.. '
was a economy acre, leaving the owner $2 10
Duval County. The large jet base at Cecil an acre If you capitalize that have been built by the Emperor Hadrian. : : : :

"Where Duval joins Clay Field was right in the middleof at seven per cent you end up

County there were 90,000 acres that 90,000 acres We had with a value of $30 an acre BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL!
of timber land under a :
I prime learned to control our economy. You and I know this Is very PLAID
Trouble was, our farmers and little interest to make on this qe. "*TI ; I "" "'""""" I STAMP "Super-Right" Sliced
timber producers had not been AoP au Rtt, Fr*>rk }...-. M
kind of risk
... l.nn.in.!
e See 1 Ure.I.e N.1 k see
told by our great theorists how
'HOW in this
"HINEIGHBOR" to remain on the land and pro. room will many Invest men cupltal at sev; : n lasse..e/.se..eN. Luncheon Meats
duce when
taxes exceeded net
en per cent with this kind of
income Those stout-hearted risk when you can get an abun SALAMI .
LIVER LOAF
PICKLE LOAF
people just let it go back to the dance of first mortgages at

County for taxes and moved on seven per cent? I Include these ...w.e..e..r wc.w. PIaID
1rAM/S
with JIM WATSON to more profitable enterprises figures to remove some of the M I .*.. rim 17.... n.tiu
in the bomlng economy outside daydreams from the minds of i tkui Maus. .,. toe 3 8.OZ.r ,,7ge
the excess tax areas ('..p.. s.ed tkra sea. 11n
those who think timber PKGS.
r Sept. 14, 1965 trow- J.a. e ll .a
"A few of us formed an association era are riding a gravy train .e e ar a.a s.e s as or e lee aeo.eP1A10
Hear Special Guest (In Duval County) It is the community that Is
j and took the matter to the legislature riding the gravy train
where the tax (pro "What do these forest lands "87per-Rigbt" Freshly

i EMMET MCCALL blem) was settled and this mean to the economy of north < P sr"P=.r>M*f 4 1|_CTlUltM __1 GROUND BEEF 3 LB PX6 $1.39

,. Clay County Agricultural 90,000 acres today Is in productive -. east Florida T In every cord of C 1 4m Blurb ran Pepper ,, .an
I slash pine plantations, dairies wood produced in northeast : French Regency home of Mrs. Evelyn EdmondsonVan I KHV* Read lkr hep. 11"e' Quick Froiea FrehHEADLESS
Agent and small farms that are Florida, $95.20 is added to the Ness, between Winterbourne and Moose Haven Is another "''"""

an asset to the Duval County local economy through bar. of Orange Parks great houses The sprawling white brick SHRIMP LB. 89<

6:45 AIMS economy vesting processing, marketing structure' 'colonaded In front. Is shadowed by great trees '
: "Now again we are going to '
and utilization functions Or
The lawn spreading from the river to Klngslcy Avenue PIaIDAAP
lose sight of those glaring experiences
. and take this pathto for every dollar the owner gets, requires the full time of a gardener to keep It in its magnificent 1..1. Ca.e PLr.eN AAMff NOW AVAILABLE AT LAP I
on a total of $10,90 goes Into the condition. 1 Ill-Ink, M14k.< is. The American Heritage
destruction again community I r*.iwii eta. "Did you know that despite "Now let us take the beef 1 J.c, e u .a 16VOLUMEENCYCLOPEDIC
I' POWERFULCHANNEL Florida's tremendous tax load Industry (The) Dept of Agriculture k be ****ace w*uc*e.eesn e. *

our taxes went up 15 per Cent . shows a typicalnet rta, b gc ., + GUIDE TO TilE
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last year compared to a national w a..: x T R A
return to land of $4 an r UNITED STATES
EvelioHowat)'' 12 Increase of only 8 per PLA.n STAMPS
acre after expenses on a beef
cent, and we have just begun' herd in Improved pasture in wash lie .areas.. .( Special Volume
HHarvej t to reassess at full market value Florida.. Capitalize this out at II ..... .Parker c....... OFFER Only 490 I thea I' 9 ge

VIFGATVJACKSONVILLE It frightens me to think I seven per cent and you get a w k... *r.... .Ik.teat as* Volume! Only

what the Increase will be under value of $55.50 an acre. This e. c....e lee.warr
Heal I reassessment
i the new statewide is very close to the $58 an acre

:Mini 1 this year and next. 'I (assessment) figure recommended SAVE on these PHODUCK Spoclnls! *

ECO I' by the Florida chapter of wriir- JANE PARKER
Jumbo Vine-Ripe
Jerry | the American Institute of Real
LIFE HOSPITAL & ACCIDENT INS 1 Estate Appraisers and approvedby
:Mis* 1 the Florida Agricultural Tax 39' Sale CANTALOUPES .3'3 "" $1,00Fr

1 I AGES UP TO 80 Council for ad valorem valuation
"4' If you are one who'thought you could not buy Insurance I on pasture that will carry ., Sweet White SeedltM
Ralph!,' on account of your age fill in your name and I one cow to every three acres
.Histor*; address: I The ranches of northeast GRAPES LB,19f

,Mr* \ Name . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. : Florida will need a lower valuation Medium Yellow Caking
per acre to compensate
'ChalTrtn L. BAG
Address " . . .. . " . " .. .. for the higher lime and fertilizer ' ONIONS 3 25
requirements on some of Among the area's newer houses, the modern home of
r"JI1ee! (Mall to P. O Box 972 Green Cove Springs, Fla. No our more acid and sandy soils Ouy ',Both, president and chief executive officer of the I
Drl Mente Garden
Edul Peas, Beet., Peaches er
) obligation). "For your information, Flo- Darnett National Bunk, is one of the great house. JAMPARKOtDUTCH

''I James .. ____ rida is the fastest growing
1" Ineai, beef-producing state In the U. one cord to the acre per year. I| er Anything more than thisis APPLE orPEACI
\ keep S We have more than tripledthe One cord will bring the landowner unjust . Rather let us CORN
J Mrs CRe1tb HOLD ON TO YOUR HAT FOLKS/ number of our beef cattleIn a gross of $8 at today ;I.I, work with the School Doard PIE

I Ii 35 years . In a 30-year price. For every dollar the landowner I. and all other spending these BANANA NDT ion
I i Plan period, the average animal in gets, $1080 I 11 added to peoples' taxes and Me If we Your
Jeromi Florida Increased In price four the economy: of the producing cannot roll back the millage Choice 5 oS $1 1 '
*;3, It times where the average national area In the harvesting, processing -I in relation to the Increased assessments Ste 11ti IA, 39o up 1

,, Increase In value only marketing and utilisation .
Jane Parker Tnr -Bln4
.t tripled This Increase was due functions This! (goal when "I Invite this Board the
to Improved breeds and pasture reached will mean that $9520 School Board and every: other WHITE I : HUE: A I> '

In Florida. Yet with all an acre will be added to our spending agency: . and the ,2 14-oz. loves 33c: 'ShwrtenlngSNOWDRIFT.
these great strides we still pro- economy.: Multiply that by: the school teacher association to 3 LfcCsu
uce only about 60 per cent of number of good producing timber work with us In an effort to 111 69t

I the beef we consume In this land In Clay County and reconstruct our tax structure ANN PAGE Ptter P*. 8M tk er Crunchy
t L state you will have the answer,to a so a* to provide sufficient
"We can benefit from these greater economy than you ever funds to educate our children 75 Sale!' P'NUT' BUTTER ll-e1.lar 39*
experiences , or I predict our dreamed could exist properly and yet avoid destruction I
h people will eventually cease "I say: tax these lands according Of our basic agricultural SsuuiyfWU FreswaWAFRES

BREAD thus unprofitable operations, to their ability to product I Industry: through excea- J.e.. ......
; _"" and Mil their lands to speculators a fair return to the own- live ad valorem taxation / , , 3 25t
2 LOAVES at distress prices. Then
our food coats will go up, western :-:::::: S Apple Keg

29 producers do not freight MAY I BUILD YOU A NEW HOME 'I" APPLE JUICE( 3 '* "* *- 51
: their products In here for nothing
ON YOUR LOT < .
? goo NOW W VE GOT . (Speculators'. ) Interest or A LOT OF YOUR CHOICE %%

will bt In the speculative dollar I... hit OUR OWN BRFAD..CASTIF FARMS l.-Fet Als.i..
He will pay the ad valorem All PIN CBXAMS
FRESH! ROM THE FARM Oil FAS U.
1 taxes from his high income tax '

IONED I DAIRY> BREAD, MOM SMS THIS bracket. With the deductions ; ; ; : :. __ __ tun.J.AII..F' EXTENSION COOKIES
IS WHAT BREAD USED TO BE LIKE he receives . (and) your and ,;
my: tax load will be Increased Amor. at r nw - Orange
WHEN OHWNMA BIKED It: .YbUtLi
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to take care of his deduction. \t 'A '
!WOW AFTER THE FIRST BITE THAT,, ,' "I repeat, every :year we take naam UDDER SlravWrry

i' THIS IS WHAT BREAD REALLY an acre or one half a cord of -i. 1-Lk. gas PkgaI"

,, i OUGHT TO TASTE LIKE. AND ME... pulpwood northeast out of production BLOCK: er BRICK A 75WI Olttr 51 0.98 3 FOR $1.00 ''
'Florida loses '
over .
I'M HEAt>rN' FOR A GLASS OF $40 from its economy .'. No C I and 4 Bedroom a Separate Dining Rams
o Ii! and I Full Tile Bath e Dryer A Washing Macain ""'' Beauty Extra
1 t YOU KNOW WNgT TO GO WITH IT. other Industry; can claim so o Family Room (Paneled) Connection LAWN SET. gpeeW

much for our economy with so o 1 a Car Car PH. Drip ev PrmUUr
Screen Perth (Optional) SHORTNIN6
LONG AS WE CAN little .
COUNTfMbl'OJ services demanded from t Clulr*
o CuitNU Kit In all- Garages (Optional)
our tax dollar. Doe anyone In 1 .... GRIND COFFEE .
em co Of WM5. Color of Your Choice LII. CALY BalM :
this room believe any: other Industry 3 59 +
ALL THIS FOR $7,4.31 0aI1 u.Cu
/ragaIr
move: in will with bo so foolish as to PAYMENTS UP TO ..."............. I''4 TulFHA $12.36 2 $1.39
LE i31 us In sufficient
numbers to replace this great VA. or CONVENTIONAL FINANCING by III 11M. u JOur birthday b fa September. don'
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Countywide: CHARTER MORTGAGE "
Industry If
: we are
i ..11I"". .. forget to tenet 70Ur drtter' beenala.a .
foolish enough to over.-tax our V>;'I3-You Can Still UM Your GI for a -s i .
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"'id Vy own people Direct Home) Loan III N Osage Awe Ors Claw Iprtags aad
< If .e encourage and 3 lilt
a Hwy 17 Onace Part
VAN DORAN BUILDERS INC.
> promote more plantation with We. ta Ui. M gad tkn
I' N. ........ Ore B CT SprUi bettor production per acre . Call Collect 781-0614, Jackaoarffle, Florida S.U SeN.11
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