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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 16, 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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An Architect's DreamworldThird Canal: Timber still Two aDder Clay consideration Ceanty site are by The Budgets: Not Much


( In a Series) ReeomendedRftommendatJona the National Academy at Sciences

+ Orange"Park' architectural dream. wori run th-*-.*spectrum* for the use MOO Million for construction atom smasher of a, Relief In Taxes Seen

,! from the non-funcuonal'cluslo! ehcance 'Of "Mlra Rio"' the of Umber on land bord.rs"he Congressman D. .. Matthew

I great Roman villa overlooking the 8t. Johns, to the monotan- Crosi-Florlda Barge Canal were ,told The Crescent yeaterday.:

oua archetypes that line the streets, shoulder. to shoulder of mad yesterday by Hux Coulter The Atomic Energy Com

.. some of the .re.', cheaper. subdivision.. State Forester" at a meeting ........ In a* announcement '

I of the Canal Authority of later said' the number Recordl. Busting Budget County School Budgets
Between the..stnm. iris.relatively great number of Florida at 1U.Jacksonville of. ef site sow wilder consideration .
"total Involvement
ties home whose concept is based on a flee baa been reduced
( of life,* ;.':'an Individual concert for the character and habits
Coulter told Authority from yet te 15. A decision Is
and taste of their builder occupant, memo Cut Stalled In Red
4. Adopted Millage Tape
T % ben that selective cutting: of expected U be made nest ; ; ;

Most, though by no means all.'of these homes weft designed the acreage by block would gene .

I t by Allen Fry, an Orange Park resident and by RobertC. probably be the beat method of Congressman. Matthews

, Broward. Both are. among Florida's outstanding and versatile disposing of timber on the approximately aid the ztt-blllloa electron Charter To Be Redrawn Some May Go Payless
architects. 1,000 acre coneerntd. volt accelerator the principal
) Installation la the projected .
With Prye's appointment ss architect to the County Some of this land borderingthe \ National Accelerator. In jig time Tuesday night at It mill, win produce $50,- Taxpayers may get a token ern Florida Railway, I31.5J4;

School Board, the Impact of his professional personality promise rtcht-of.way of the Canal Laboratory will be approximately The Green Cove City Commission 000 In taxes Last year taxable cut In the -total mlllag rat Pullman Company 134,891; .,.

to grow deeper < throughout the county. may be used for recreation: and one mile.. In diameter ((1) adopted a record assessment totaled II.37I.B1T.The i possible 10 per Cent . Western Union Telegraph Co.,

Broward, member of a family that 1.u1.c11n Duval County for wild life preserve and win require eight yeante breaking budget of ",ne.olll; new budget allocates approximately on assessments that have been 135,093; and Fruit Grower '
raised than 00 cent. Express
more per Co. $8.789.
eenitract 1380,000 for capital ,
nearly 200 years ago. I II a graduate of Georgia Institute of During the meeting, the (2) reduced the mlllage from
Annual operating code ef improvement and another But no one yesterday was layIn In their own peculiar ,
Board ways
Technology, a World War n pilot and onetime semi-pro baseball approved updating the
player. B* spent a year It4t-S0> working under the late film "!laIn Street, UAA," the laboratory are estimatedat 10 to It mills: and which !1' million. lid the drawing of a new City However because of the delay stamps on newly transferred
Frank Lloyd Wright the towering genius of contemporary show progress of construction The City this year will benefit
American.architectural design. on the Canal and charter from the full It mule Last In getting final approvalon deeds that group last year

tell how It mill attract new With Vice Mayor Edward B. year the rat was at It mill both budgets the County decided that County **.11....

Broward'a deep professional concern and possibly the ...* and create additional Help Taylor presiding, the Commission debt service which la now fully Commission's and the School menU were at II p.r cent ef
nub of his philosophy appears to be what he calls his attempt recreational facilities in the acted on new City assessments mortised. Board', tome County personnel full market value, thus three

"10 participate in the development of a community worthy of State Tli* member of Th* Village totaling $5,931,610, more The more than 1400,000 rise may not be paid on Oct. 1. valuations were taxed at 11

human life" He says that beauty rubs off on people and those Joseph A. Livingston. Jr.. Improvement Association will than doubled from last year, Insetting In thin ,..r'. budget from last Teachers may be paid at the per cent for a total assessment

who live and work In pleasing and easy'surrounding* are likely public Information consultant send a box of used clothing to the lowered mlllage. year anticipate a rise of 1100. new salary rates of somewhat more than eo ,,

to be better Individual than those whoM live are squeezed for the Canal Authority told the refugee of hurricane Betsy New taxable assessment that, 000. (Ito 1804,000) In electric The County Commission's It million.
into "ready-built houses (four wall, a roof and a predetermined In New Orleans next Wednesday mlllage has tentatively been
Authority members that In a aa In the case of Orange Park power revenue. Among the If the Railroad Board ahouid!
number of sleeping or working rooms, few he morning. Anyone who cut from 1180 last year to decide
days will release a follow assessment guidelinesset other larger receipt are 13 It- assessment sri now at
would like to contribute to this 10.41 this The latter figure
Now a lecturer on the history of Architecture at Jacksonville progress story on the Canal. up by the new County valuations 000 from the sal of surplus year full market value It would produce .
leave
taxable
assessments totaling
plea
University, Broward feels change In architectural design This story he said will give contribution worthy caw"inside your In- total (1,107,110 which, property the( down payment on another million dollar of
arreer more than 140 million
today, as profound as the tranuUoa from the Renaissance detailed, up-to-date information 21 on Reynolds Park) and a refund taxable property and Very
clonre of the club house, will produce approximately
on contracts and con on principal and Interest slightly reduce the load oil fecal
\ft the Baroque styles that took more than a century, are being North Palmetto Avenue, I4ieooa, **
compacted into a few decade struction. payment_ on the revenue ,certiorate taxpayers,
Carat Authority Board.Chatrjman ._YOUNG RWtHUCANH TO CNIEOISTHEDT wp.rrewlth the City I Louis. Smith. County tax II
n -.-HaeaiH. thse* U oa origuml aJBaif.tetwteav Wright and -' '' .
IV. C. RIngbiverneed.. the
bQ11RP tfUT ImDAT1WrG81'The 'U I.nat- ,. purchased property: f44- MRS. LONG HIRED assessor, yeaterday sal awaiting .
inch great Eurpeaa eons mi rules a* Walter Oroplue, Brow-
that work already let for con regular monthly meeting 000 cash on hand; 185,000 from word
ward seems leas concerned with foreign Influence than his own tract County resident who wish The Board of Public Instruction from the Railroad
: on the Canal amount cigarette tax distribution and
, eI the Clay County Young Republican ; Assessment
I "total philosophy" . with Frank Lloyd Wright. always peering to I!IT.75 million, whereas the Club>> will be held next to vote for the first time 111,000 from permit and li ha acted to authorise assessment of Board her on assessment.When its 1989.
his shoulder. U the Nov. a election must the employment of
over original estimate for this .
pore at 7.34 o'clock censes.The
Sunday evening :
register before Oct. 3, according Mrs. Marjorie Long aa supertlndnntent that 1* in, the County's
tion of Canal construction was .t the home of Admiral budget provides for sn budget
.. "' to L. K.: Wilson superviaor during the earlyweek must be finalised, advertised
.1" over lit million acrosf-ths-board increase
a saving Chauncey )Moore It was an* salary
II.., tI and not )I.*. than a
n... ; of registration. of her tenure In that
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.. of more than Ii per cent. MMtnced yeetenlay. All personsInterested to all City fulltlme employ week
The Nov. voting. wilt be office In February and March : nor more than two weks
dae *'!tkI Authority member .met for In a 2.party systemIn The resolution authorizing later
.. .. :"" \ \ the first time la the new Clay County are welcome.The for School Board trustees the drawing of a new City "4. budget a final hearing on the
( "too : and on mlllage, In answer to questions, will be held by the
board room of the recently Moore residence U the charter says "the City Attorney Board
''' II Those persons already a spokesman for the Board of County Commission
( .'t ,t" .. completed wing of the Canal second house from the new (shall be hereby authorisedand After
ers. that It must be
.. Authority Building Shand Bridge\ t registered need not do so directed to begin preparation said when Mrs. Long 11'11n.m.d approved
In
again, Wilson said by former GovernorFerrU Tallahassee
of a nw CU,. Charter to
Bryant to succeed her George Carlisle clerk to th//
have It ready for discussion before
ailing husband the GeorgeF County Board and the man wjio|
the Commission
City a*
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,tti Rotarians Hear Of soon as practicable, and ready Davis Insurance! Agency write the ch.ctA.'ow.d yisterdy -

GIRL MOLT LEADER for passage by the It87 Legislature attempted unsuccessfully totransfer he would pay no one until ._

AKK HElPED HERB and that he be paid for her husband's bondto Tallahassee say ye*. .4
his service In this respect a her. This was turned downIn On the other hand, school
Pressing Reasons To Anyone In the Oreen Cove reasonable fee commensuratewith : Tallahassee Thus there authorities said while Jhjjr

area who I It .Interested In ws a period of approximately budget ls not 'Pprov.dJJIMh..r. -
the time Involved In the .
tN ?f Olrl Scouting I Is asked to work. I three weeks during which probably can be paid at

+ Support Bond IssueThe meet With Mr*. William Deiger Principal operating expense Mr*. Long was not bonded., the new rate*.

I 6) at I 1:10: o'clock next Tuee- Items In the new budget include and not paid for her .."k... They cited 'Florida, Statute
Presumably she will now be 227.21 which says: ",In the per.
approximately 1154000 for
In the new Aabury Methodist Church, at Rldgewood pressing. reason why . . . ., 81.300,000 day In the First Methodist kid from July first to the date
general 1474,335
Broward combined the soaring beauty of a Renaissance church Flortdlani, and Clay CounUan Black Creek Bridge 13.000,000 Church dlnlngroom. for purchase government of electric: powerto paid.The resolution authorising the budget U finally adopted

with the functional need of a small congregation: a simplicity In particular should heartily Doctor Wet Bridge 13400,000 Mrs. Oelger laid there weremany ( be sold at an estimated the retroactive employment and become official. ordlnaryxpense

deriving\ from limited financial resource. M Innate atmosphere support the pruIJOMCIlJOt-mn- Clay County line to S. R. 211. Olrl Scout and younger 1404,000); Approximately |31*> is I said to have run Into some may be paid at the t

of religious fens and a future eonditkm of enlargement One lion highway fanprovsnent 41 mile . 800,000 girls who want to become 000 for operation of the City's opposition among Board same rats a* budgeted.for the

coat-cutting expedient: Hgbta shielded by small wooden beehive bond program, which will b'svoted & R 211 to San Juan AveMM Brownlee, but a great need seven department; approximately members "before It was final preceding year, but expenditure .

with crosse drilled Into tbetr side. The vaulted laterior oa is November were m. .. ... ., WMMMM for adult to serve as' lead 130,000 for operation of I ly passed not budgeted for th. preceding .

of the church flanked byrt.May eJa..come, I* as starkly detailed Monday' night to the Ortega River Bridge 11,400,000 en. the City pool and restaurant year, or made at a '

simple a* a Medieval church though the congregation nay alt trees Cove Rotary Club by tUatport Road to Nassau' County Wo previous training I I. necessary with estimated revenue of Further, there je. eha/ice the greater rate than conUmplat-

in folding metal chain Thouugh he i* keenly aware of the William Beaufort, District n Use 11.800,000 she said. She I I. hop- 134.000; and a reserve for capItal i!School Board may decldi to rut a I gedib 'he preceding ,..1'.
architectural past, BrowanT* unfavorito architectural cliche .U"form State Road Board member. Nassau County line to a L Jog for a large turn-out. C !Improvement of 13(1,111. Its mlllaie from 20 to It or budget, may be.made only on

for form' sake" . particularly where form serve no hutOrM14 that he had 200-Tulee t .. 11,200.000 even II mill . a token ,.. approval of th* stele euperin.tendest" .. "

i, useful function. discovered very ttttle oppoeltloa duct loti.IJoth. I of'schools I.
to the proposal his travel 111,000.000 Both nil Coantytbtrirolsalon
budget-making .bodiesar i
: "per his district, and the Right of Way Coat: I Revels'Gets! Company's Top Award under far heavier expenses, 'I''I i and the School'Board this week i
,r but Clay County . 1100.000) heard'pleas 'ma rpy
yry stats that public Ignorag than laat ,.ar. The County's I fromapokeenen
Duval County . 1700.000 s for the newly '
: rind apathy on election school teachers recently received tol'l1J- '.
I Nassau. County 1150,000 ed Clay County Agricultural
m, day scold prove dangerous. He an across-the-board Increase .
urged every interested person I tf fMO and on lop of Association for substantially .
I sot only to support th program $1,1(0,000 thai. th* County's rapid grow cut )millsge In the face of the

but called upon civic White acknowledging that th. especially ,.In th* Orange new assessment which lire ..
group to organise "gel out the proposal expensive, Best-) Park area, has crested slaw Smith 'sayi represent. .talt
the vote" campaign I* order fort maintained a delay would room Pt bt.m.. market ",,,,*

that aa overwhelming majority prove even snore ,costly, not Moreover meet JullUm Th MMwlatlon, which l
could be registered In favorOf only In terms of dollars for the Oxuify orrwial bate bun daiir to' represent thOu than 1

the bond Issue. work Itself, but I* term of ., given, In recent month, substantial half th* agricultural property .
economic stagnation, lose of ewnrr In the County and i
If..rlJ.million of the .
pay Int, .....
Proceeds of the bond issue life and deterioration of Flo If the Railroad Assessment whirl hat sated such old political .
rida'. tourist Image.! 8e.* "A fag a* John ,Hall, andO y
would .
be spent in 4-lanlng V. Board com up with a aufetanllally ".
S. Highway IT and Improvement A- MatUr of Pact", Page 8>. lt lnrressd total on the J Murrhee. 8r. asked the ,
Th Rotary program was arranged School Hoard to rut It* mlllage
of bridge from Clay ,
Property It assess e, the local:
County southern boundary tobe' by Howard Cooper and tell bite might even drop another from |its present (.legally maximum f
the speaker Introduced' i rat of 30 to
\ upper stretches of Nas.au' was by mill but even with a big 13 mills.

County on the Georgia line, accord Slater Smith l rl.. In railroad assessments, Walter William, president of
According 10 Broward's philosophy he was a designerof :ng to estimate preparedby Special Interested guewt* m k '"+ I the total reduction) U not Ilk.. the association, told both
the national prtt-wl.nl! Wesley" Manor and le now designing the State Road Board and attendance were Rep Louis ly to be more than four mill group Ihirlr main objective: II I
I JackaonvUle's Dew art museum there Is "the same degree Huntley County Commission to go to Tallahassee and "lob
quoted by Beaufort, a* follows dews from approximately :31
of invorvemeal in working out a mn 1 building a* there la : Chairman! Luther Wilson, Cou lent year by for a more realist approach .

In a multf-mUboa dollar retirement home or a great art gallery. r.c c*.* Commissioner Lenny Len- tf.. Bevel rerd Meleeaata, Is., bus received Ike feed The Itallroad Assessment 'o the taxation aysUm", II* '.
'Tb* two-bedroom Red Ton Road home of Commander and caster, i. P. HsU,.Sr, Chamber Meter C.tepe)7's iNS irteIsgsMhed AtUereaaeX Aw ed. Board Ut year put the follow. Ballad the present system "....
Mr. John 0. Waldmana. U privately secured within the compound From Putnam County Wes to of Commerce Preside The award. asaeVe U ely a few eVskr throeghe>l Ikeaalie Inc fun valuations on the tKiue" and said agriculture,

of a Moot fence. Dominated by a small screen-enclosed Green Cove Spring, 104 Dr. Ruasel Jensen, Stato Road aaaoaOy. wee gtvea la rececallimt erf 'MNeeesly* It asaesee*: Atlantic property "a* the backbone of the Count I

pool, the living quarters are at the ....... Browned ling H "aa miles . IIJOVjMOOr DepC Bnploy: & Sam Baanden.a4 management, modern tale* arid service fselUUe, sound mar Coast Line Railroad .1...... ," deserve "1OIfte consider

Introverted house," enclosed wlthla a large garden. and provtd- .* Cove Spring to Duval City Coaualasioner Id eaeasHstsig practice high leanly sUikAMde and easlaah.g 11J; Seaboard Alf Line R+LL. atlon.

tag.a anstlmam privacy la aa existing neighborhood. County line 124 mile Taylor. atsreet tsj feaderiag aosvrle* service." road. MMJTT; Georgia South (CeaUaaed aa peg 1}






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I To Beautify The SchoolsThe LETTERS TO EDITORTo A Message From MarsBy NQ\WI()\ irmnf: U WI I


county now has a highly competentand We refer to the landscaping, or lack The Crescent; I By Sheriff Jennlnft Morrheev Cj
effective Citizens School Committee plus of landscaping'.V:;1' *t most of the county's I read the two letters pub- DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD .- The Crescent ti not the pnly vl< "
association of teachers plus an . 'schools. lished In The'Crescent detailing telephone .
a working aggressive The first picture from Mars tIm of anonymous calls., Th, t'
and talented supervisory staff in the With but a, very notable exception, the the evils of drink. I agree gave no definite clue there was Sheriff's office has its share of then 1
school superintendent's office. They are getting county's schools ar'e basic In architecture whose that when, a man loses con Uf on that planet. At beat they are dismal displays o 1:
things done in the field of quality edu very bleakness is unbroken by so much as a trol of his facilities through Scientists think they may bad manners; at worst, they are wher }
tree or shrub.The indecent language is involved agalns ]
cation.Thus possibly, tome day, discover
the basic normal function of the woods of the county abound in handsome drinking he becomes a public the law. I
some form of life there.
parent-teacher associations is being done. trees and shrubs. they can be menace.
Mostly If there Is no life on Mars, Though Ita\ my opinion, as it appears
Though obviously there is always a way to improve had (In reasonable numbers and with per. But automobiles in the handsof then there Is none on any to be The Crescent's, that peopl
parent-teacher and thus student-teacher mission of the owner) for the taking. the wrong sober people are other planet In this solar system who make anonymous phone calls ar
relations. A project of this sort would go far toward also a menace. Should we with the exception of our j neither courageous nor very much impressed ]
However as the various P-TA's in the beautifying all our communities; it might con- abolish the sale of automo- earth. ] with what they have to saj
county begin to moet this fall there is a job next to a healthy teacher. This in itself would biles There may be life on some \ ,. else they stand up and be counted
that sorely needs attention and it would next to healthy teacher. Tie in itself would
seem a
Cigarettes, some say, are a favorably conditioned planetsin .. they are usually bright enough to
they are the logical, perhaps only, who Improve teacher-student relations, and the
groups health them.
menace; they cause cancer the millions of other solar d realize it is difficult to catch
can undertake, plan and carry it out. place both work. Shall we do away with systems. But for those who Indulge in "any words or languageof

cigarettes? But the existence of such I a lewd, lascivious or indecent character nature or con
Another First Too many potatoes, yes and planets Is a matter of guesswork notation over any telephone , shall be fined not more
bread and deserts and a multitude ; to reach even the nearest than $500 or Imprisoned in the county- Jail for a period
Announcement that secretarial courses for In the area's industrial growth, trained of other foods make of them would take four feel a greater reverence for the not exceeding 6 months, or both.
seniors at Clay and Orange Park high schools personnel will be needed in growing numbers. people fat and fat people tend, years if one traveled as fast living things that surround us My.office, and I would say any public Office, \is happy
Unless they tan be recruited locally employerswill doctors say, to get heart trouble ai a ray of light travels beret That is what Albert to have any information or suggestions from any citi I
will shortly be instituted marks another first go outside the county to find them. JohnsManvllle . Should we ration potatoesand The first result of this discovery Schweitzer Africa's beloved zen. It Is highly Important that any public official know
for the county school system and will fill an and Taylor Mobile Homes have both bread and deserts? will be to increase man's White Doctor, (recently deceased where the Information or suggestion is coming from .
urgent and growing need for skilled secretarialand found this out to their dismay. Meanwhile, the Or should we assume that vanity. H. always has tendedto ) said was his phlliso- if only to evaluate It.
stenographic help In the area. county's youth are leaving high school and only In the sense of the Good regard himself and his fragment phy: reverence for life No one need hide It Is silly . or illegal
In making the announcement, Thomas E. going into the armed services to learn a skill. Samaritan, we are our broth of creation as unique. No one there? .
Smith, the county's general supervisor, of Mr Smith and other members of the topnotch er's keeper, otherwise we are Now that he gets some sort Yes, Ood is there. The more Ii
schools, said it was hoped additional vocational staff assembled in the County School bound to live and let live? of photographic confirmationof we know of the human mind,
training courses; and he specified the Board by the new superintendent are to be Shouldn't all the do-gooders this, b* will exclaim: "I the more we are sure there
field of mechanics, would be added in the congratulated for this step in broadening our stop trying to mind other peo have reached into the heavens must be a great Mind some I
future. educational opportunities at home. ples' business and live their and found them to be all mine I IZ where to account for the long BusinessStationery ,
own lives with a passing have no competitors thoughts and the ventures of -i)
Itotlifefeer By DUNCAN O. GKONEB thought that perhaps another But this pattern of thinkingwill faith, that rises up in man. :
viewpoint fa sometimes u good not satisfy us for long, The Psalmist centuries ago,
as theirs? for if there is no human or sang of A universe that was
Apart from the two hangers Indeed, his chief preoccupation the mark of a poor town, he The effort to control the other kind of life in this universe not empty: "Whither shall I and Business
and the Taylor Mobile Homes seems to be with arguing with told his audience. drinking habits of the American what a terrifying loneliness go from thy Spirit T Or whither I
building at Reynolds Park, Florida Governors and getting These are a few of the hun- people between World WarI is ours I shall I flee from thy presence? Cards.
his name in the metropolitanpapers dred-and-one physical Improve In the immeasurable vastness -
Julian touts Reynolds baa In and World War II producedmore If I ascend to heaven, thou art
of the state ments that must be on our gangsters, mobsters, of space, no one there but there! If I make my bed in Richly Raised Printed
effect, bought a piece of raw But until very recently, on written, defined and laid-out bootleggers, thugs, corruptionand we squabbling, fussy, human Sheol, thou art there! If I ,
ground and he or any indus this one score, Tom Adams has schedules of improvement. But business for the undertakers beings! take the wings of the morningand You can feel the rich I
trial tenant he may put in been, I believe entirely cor riverside facilities to dock an than all the come-to- Have you ever ventured into dwell in the uttermqrt raised lettering to elegant II
there will have to build from rect. Only recently Oreen Cove Onassls :yacht, sewage treatment glory converts ever! convertedby a rambling old house that has parts of the sea, even there to look at, .. so fine to the
the ground up. has ceased to be "an eddy"* in plants and paved streets the do-gooders. stood empty for a long time? thy hand shaall lead me, and OwEidwdv* touch Best of all, our I
Unless he pays the Oreen the county's growth. The negative and a city hall that looks like (Name Withheld) Creaking floor boards; rusty thy right hand hold me." fereeelfnau HWat Coronet raIsed printed
Cove fire department to oversee attitude that has inhibitedour an Indian raj's palace will not, (Editor's note: The Crescent, unhinged doors and windows; Men are not religious because IMTVrm Ntw stationery It to .Inexpensive. -
the burning of most of the development persists to of Itself, make over the social as has been stated is willing dust and cobwebs I How they have an Idea of Ood. l.MwkgSryM$ We have a complete
outslzed shanties out there, this moment. and cultural atmosphere. For to publish letters and withhold "spooky" it was. They form an idea of God became That list 11batata Hens'litttrlnf catalog
getting rid of them will be as Though I shall remain, in many among us are content to names in public issue It Is You half expected that at they are religious; and business leondhbush-
formidable a chore as was the the view of Clay natives to make it from home to office, any moment some oti must announcement styles
not going to wage a war, either they are religious, just u they l I ness
demolition of the old St. Elmo my dying day a Virginia yankee day-and-night in and day-and- for or against the sale of appear. are hungry: because they are ( and layouts adoptable to
Hotel that took a coon's age to (with two grandfathers in night out, without ever a liquor behind withheld names An empty universe and we made that way. your butlnctt.
deface from the landscape it the Confederate army and a change of pacd, clutching Period) the only live human beings in Mar's message to us ii not PROMPT Call for a visit from our
defaced. great grandfather in Mister frantically at the day's take But something more than of a rival planet full of little SERVICE representative
And so It is with the City Davls's . Jefferson's not and satisfied, somehow they fear may eventually possessus. green men; it comes to remind -
of Oreen Cove George's , cabinet, I am may take it with them Theseare To The Crescent: . . . , We feel us that in the vast expanse .
When a close friend of one one up on most hereabouts. I the better provincials. The I have had the opportunityof sponsibihty. of the heavens life is ,
of the articulate foes of selling -I chose Oreen Cove as my home worst are the aboriginals who seeing a copy of the Issue tie lower than that of the not only precious but SCARCE.It 'COUNTY
the park to Mr. Reynolds ',*. eyes wide open (0, there race up and down our streets of the Clay County Crescent angels, has been committed to can be given away In some CLAY CRESCENT
recently charged me with were cataracts when I came; crying we must not, no never, us. We are its privileged trus worthy cause, but never thrown M "
dancing to John Hall's fiddle, they have been removed and change "our little town." for Thursday, September 9, tees.What away or wasted. It is to be .t'
Z had to tell her I was dancing I understand, and hope, one In our rebuilding, from the 1068, in which you reported on will we do with this honored and treasured at all rbene !..->IiN Oreea Cave SprU "
to the tune of the commun\of them, 'I. about, to be dispatched ground up, we need a plan. We your conversations with me precious gift? Shall we not times. .
ity's growth and God forbid, to the piney woods\ of peed, In the words of ,Oreen over the telephone.
I confessed I had no wish to file native Georgia! )."*-, Cove City"Manager, to begin '
I have desire to into t "
no get .
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remain forever a "tanktown" John Hall, J, P. Revels and to "think big. Sewage treat. : -
editor.In some others have got It made. ment and disposal plants, any quarrel about technical
matters, but as a lawyer, of '"
Its turn, this unfortunate But the mass of Oreen Cove paved streets will be like accepting .n
phrase provoked another. businessmen, ,including myself an electric light in course, sometimes statements \ '''"'
burst of hostility have had rough sledding place of a candle; a bath tub made by non-lawyer* ae to
In an equally unfortunateand In our social and cultural attitudes in place of a wash tub (or the such things as "conflict of interest" DOES YOURNFUSE
impolitic statement to Oreen Cove has beenan river) unless there Is a basic and "rendering"an opinIon J JI
federal officials in Washing eddy and, however much change in our intolerance at against my client, I feel, ee
ton, Secretary of State Tom each of us may emotionally the pace of social and cultural require a comment.
Adams not long ago referredto attach ourselves to it and Its growth. At no time have I, or any
Oreen Cove as "but'' an habits and customs, it remainsa The county is now beginning attorney' In the firm of which THEN COME IN AND
'It eddy" in the county's. growth, tanktown.In to get "quality" education for I am a member, so far as I , ,

held back by "a negative atti. a penetrating analysis ol Its youngsters. The series in know, ever been accused of any GET YOU SEE US TODAY!
tude" Oreen Cove and its prospects, The Crescent, however super. conflict of interest and we are
I am' not, 'myself, a Tom Carl Bennett, a Johns-Msnvllle,' flclal It may be, on the great very meticulous to see that """ ,,
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Adams boy, for though I am official now transferred to housing developments) in Or- such a situation never develop bah. OWN ?
fond of his brother-in-law! and Arizona, told the Oreen Cove ango Park should prove to As you pointed out, my firm I
find his granddaughter one Jaycees not many months back the most doubting Thomas a has been twice associated In
Of this earth's most enchanting the city needs a sewage treat. church can look like a church defending the City of Oreen I
young creatures, I don't discover , ment plant, better housing, and a home can be both beautiful Cove Springs In tort cases and see
much.>Interest on his',better..street JJghtlng. better and functionalIt each time, thank goodness, avery
part in the development ot'I'll.' will not redound to our favorable result was obtained Home Improvement
home county If he did, Indeed, look.We need docking facilities, credit to resist change; it will for the City, nor nave 1 4
beget the new Shands Bridge, he said, water treatment to remove be all the more difficult to we ever taken any stand adverse
M he claims, It was the end the sometimes gagging confront when it is thrust upon to your lovely City.
.... to my knowledge, of his con. taste of our high-sulphur con us. I might point out that if
tribution to the local weal tented water Sand streets are Oreen Cove has now miraculously you sought our services and
assumed a growth position wanted to know the advisability
that Is competitive with of a specific: action that
(Slay County( Crescent communities with a view of the you were contemplating, we
Atlantic (or the Gulf), paved would be derelict in our duty
-WHAT is coo rot cur count is eooe roe Till cnecelr. streets and the easy social atmosphere if we did not point out what we
DUNCAN OLDTHWATO MONgl-twroe ass hieilSHiaswtee that prevails in an thought the legal consequences
.1Rchases ICI IS4.SISS ordinary cocktail party of such an action would be.
.
CUM Nmee **eeasie: Cevs ...... news Neither. Louis Reynolds nor Aa the) client, of course,, It
PS elves gnV 'THMStMT |V CMSCINT !Nee. INC.f .. Jack Hesse nor Denny Tucker would be up to-yov to decide .I
; e. MI ire nets cow IN..... rumuHOwVUtO nor the people sent In by whether you would pursue that !
P. COOfCT faD/OUT Burlington will be very much course of action or not taking A t
> i" INI 1 PfIW1 MTtt Impressed. by those who would Ink account all factors Including
..**.visa I* ABYTW .... ..use..",... "Of b. try to sweep bask the tide with our opinion.If TI 1'1 AN A NNAH '.It t.' '
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ours, or anything else that
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you will find, also, that our
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lost ! among the other members of ,

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JBSDAT. SEPTEMBER 1C, 198S PAGE THBEX

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Green Cove SocialsDr. By MRS. HERMAN REED Fla.'s Oldest ClubAt Crescent City, Orange City, Black Back To Marines .II
Phone M4-9MS Fairfield Village and Green .
Cove Springs were present at Douglas Black has resignedas nounced: Raymond McKee, a I
and Mri. R. E. Haymond parents, Reverend and Mrs. J. Every morning at 8 A.M.The the and
meeting
I they became personnel manager at Green member of the Green Cove City
C. Jones Of Klngsland, Oa. Reverend Mr. Joe Olschea
and their con Pate of Albu- the charter
members of
the Police Force for the put three
Cove Springs Yarn Co., to re- J
weekend.Mr. brings a five minute sermon
New Mexico visited over the Florida "
querque, Federation of Wom
enter the Marine Corps, according years, has been named to the
which God's blessingsto
brings
with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. firms en's Clubs
electing as their to an announcement newly created position of warehouse -
enroute to Baltimore and Mrs Vander all who take time to listen. first
Larry State
President ,
MaI'1-1 Mrs this week by Allle Bell, plant supervisor.Black's .
land,_where Dr. Raymond will Wilt are the proud parents of The Reverend Mr. Dan Richardson Penelope Borden Hamilton. The superintendent.Black resignation leaves
be associated with John Hopkins a baby girl born September 5, owner of WAY Radio Florida Federation" acquired at the I
served
who four yearsin two supervisory positions
University in Research. at Clay Memorial Hospital. The Station, brought the message membership In the General
the Marine Corps before be. Yarn Company vacant. William
Dr Raymond Is Mrs. BinnV young lady weighed in at 7 Sunday evening, his subject Foundation in 1898. A highpoint coming associated with Bur.Ungton Mine, a supervisor, was transferred .
'
IOn. pounds, 84 ounces and has was The Power of Radio in In the VJA.'s history
Industries will be several weeks to
assigned ago
been named Lucy Lee. The maternal Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus came In 1922 when the Florida Industries
to Camp Pendleton, the reactivated Burlington
Mr. and Mrs. Oother Martin grandparents are Mr, Christ. Federation
was oui guest for mill at
Calif. He and his wife and two stretch yarn
and their grandchildren, and Mrs. J. S. Goodrich of this During the services. Mr. and its annual meeting.
children were to leave GreenCove Reldivllle, N. C.
Karen and David Talbot, returned city, Mrs. C. B. Outlaw of Green Mrs. Ken Sparta, announcers The beautiful GrandfatherClock late this week.A .
recently from two Cove and Mr. Richard Vander of WAY Radio personal which
a gave m' now graces our
the 75th aanlvenary celebration In 1958 successor was to be named Say You Read It in
weeks vacation in Eas- Wilt of Davenport, Iowa. testimonies of what working club
spent room, was presented to us
,
among these en hand were L to .t Mrs. Elwood Johnson, later this week.
ern Kentucky and the Smoky with a Christian Radio 8ta In 1899 by Mrs H. H. Burrows, TUB; CRESCENT
Miss Bonnie Dean Baker the late Mrs. V?. 8. Jennings, At the same time, Bell an-
Mountalnt. While In Kentucky: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cowart Uon means to them. it having been a treasured
widow of the Governor and a former president of the Florida __
Mr. Martin attended his Moth visited friends in Tennesseeand At the close of the Church: Federation of Women's Oube, and Mrs. C. M. Wash possession In\ her family for t&":"""' ,jT! """' . ..ad .

er's Mth birthday celebration.The North Carolina recently. Services a social hour was enJoyed ...... It was Mrs. Jennings who la 1115, dedicated the many years. Dating back to
Highlight of the trip for In the newly decorated VIA building Green Cove the 18th century, it originallycame
Karen and David was feedingthe Mrs. James H. Wilbur wentto social room In the lower audi from the Isle of Malta. I ICAS
"bean candy and cookies Winter Haven last week to torium. of the church.,A beau- (Editor's note: Featured in had felt the need of a greater On February 6, ll1al our club
while in the mountains. help her father. J. M. Cadwell tlful cake In the shape of a the Autumn issue of The library service. Through the celebrated Its 79th Anniversary,
I celebrate his 76th birthday.Mrs. Radio Station and baked by Florida Clubwoman Is a historyof efforts of our members and under the leadership of Its yo i
Mil Olivia Oraham of Winter our popular baker, Mr. Albert Green Cove's VIA Federated the cooperation of state and President, and member of
Haven was the weekend Beth Pool Newbill left Thlbault,punch and coffee was Woman's Club the oldest wo county officials, the Clay County many years, Miss Bonnie Dean
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Saturday morning for New Orleans served by Mesdames Harmon man's club In the state. It was- Public Library came into Baker that was Indeed a gala
J. Harris: when she win attend the Chesser, Charles Murphy Vera written by Mrs. Herman E.Reed. :. i being occasion, among the many
School of Anesthesia at Charity Gravely and their committee. ..With her permission, we : The first permanent home of !I l I guests present, war our then .. You'll\ Find Us
,
CoL Ray Massengale of BusUs Hospital. About 300 people were present are pleased to reprint It hereIn the club was In a little cottage I I State Federation President "
called on friends here laM for this occasion. Its entirety,) which stood on the ground Mrs. C. M. Washbum. To Do Understanding
week. Jimmy Ridley returned home On February 20th 1883, the where our present home Is now The board walks and clay \e t When death ooeurs in your
Monday morning from Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pupkin first Woman's Club of Florida located. Mrs. Penelope Borden pavement have long since been ,N aa family, turn to a mortuary
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Francis where his father continues seriously and Mrs. Ralph Novak and Mr. was formed when twenty-five Hamilton a member of the replaced by asphalt and concrete thatV received a reputation
McCaleb and their children, ill in Piedmont Hospital. and Mrs. Harry Creasey attended ladles met and organised The Borden Milk family give the but the Village Improvement 4 y. and
for
I I nyinpathetio help
Kenneth Belle, Lyric and Patricia the meeting of the district Ladles Village Improvement' cottage and lot In 1885. We now Association has continued
visited the children's Mrs Dan Bodner and her deputy grand exalted ruler of Association of Oreen Cove own and maintain a beautiful II through the years as an condoling cervices our
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. son Douglas and Frank Saber the B P. O E. In Jacksonvillelast Springs. A festival ball was stucco building, which we feel I Improvement unit of community 4. local reputation is utich.
L. Baber last week Lt Col. and his two daughters Belinda Sunday. held to raise money for beautifying Is a credit to our community.Our life and la stiff devoted to !
McCaleb ha. Just returned and Lorraine, visited with their i the town and moat of It building was formally dedicated social and educational work "t "Con.M.r.llon For The Living'
from Japan where he was stationed parents and grandparents Mr. Mrs. Gladys Phillips return- was used for board walks: also on February 18th, 1918 as well as beautification proj .vinm,. for The DM4*
for a year. His new assignment and Mrs. O. L. Saber over the home last Friday from a two seventy feet of clay pavementwas by Mrs W. S. Jennings, who ects.
is Cherry Point, week-end. months visit with relatives laid at the cost of twelve was then State Federation The Village Improvement I Helm
North Carolina. and friends In Wisconsin and dollars. Meeting were held President, as a lasting memorial Association of Green Cove
CHURCH Atlanta. in member's homes. to Mri. Hamilton and Mrs Springs Is, Indeed, proud of Is
Mn. Ellen Frances Townsend FIRST BAPTIST During the year 1888 a chil I Z, Q. O. Munsell, two members its rich! heritage and the small C MFuneral Home rA
of Lake Wales Is visiting HAS CELEBRATION Friends of Miss Ruth van dren's auxiliary, known u the who had labored so earnestlyIn part It has had In the Florida ,

her sister Mrs. Philip Amara On Sunday evening, September der Maaten, who Is house "Star Branch" was formed and every endeavor for the Club. Federation of Women's Clubs. A )4 '' CIIAKLKS: IIKLM:
In her home on St. Johns Ave 11, the First Baptist Churchof mother for Kappa Sigma Fraternity war In existence for about IS In 1883, Mrs. H. H. Burrows, Today we face the future with
nue. this city marked its first Tulane University, New years. Also that year, a free who was then president of the our eyes en the stars knowing Funeral Director
anniversary I of continuous Orleans, will be glad to know library was formed and was Village Improvement A*IIocla. that there Is still much to be +' Phone! 244-9G9G!)
Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge weekday services on WAY Ra- she weathered Hurricane Betsy maintained by the club untilDecember tlon, Issued a call for the for- done In Green Cove Springs, Green Cave Springs. Fla.
Btucky visited Mrs., Btuckys . without any scars. Though 1811. For several I matlon of a Florida Federation Florida, and the ,world and
not many shingles were left on years, prior to 1981. the Club of Woman's Clubs Del. we want to do our work well .t ,w e4 II.,. 18 East .,0. Bill IISPlymouth

the roof In a telephone conversation -
I with _hr_ oarents.. the
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Rev. C. 1:. and Mrs. van der I w
Maaten Sunday evening Ruth
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said "I expect: to carry on with \
the rush parties scheduled for,
YOUCAN this week." b

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MORE THAN 2 It a freshman at Stephens ColJta .

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Mrs. Eels: Plue entertainedthe I I
INSURANCE Friendship Club at the

home,of her sister, Mrs. Buelah e
Lucas Monday evening. Several

progressions of Bunco DEAlir
were played and prises were I
: awarded to Mesdames Thelma '
Kirkland. Alex Pupkin and I' ,
Beulah Lucas. Mrs Flgue '
sates boomingso :
are
THE TRAVELERS served pie and coffee to eight P

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Ronnie Gales. Coy Whitener M6

Stanley Forbes and Ronnie w

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Roberts James Sweat ,0
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-- Say You Head it In TilE CBJuaCENT;;: HIGH SCHOOLS OFFER .'inui.ii.uii. ol one year or typing, WIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1II I 1II1lIIlllllIIllllllllllmlllmlllmllllllllllllmlmllllm!: l! ; I -

.1 shorthand and bookkeeping, he
NEW COURSES IN said. MADAM BESSIE,

SECRETARIAL WORLD
: I MAY I BUILD YOU A NEW HOML She will read your entire life past,
Clay and Orange Park high REYNOLDS MANN
AiOTITNEYE I She soaks no questions -
future.
schools have been granted ON YOUR LOT or A LOT OF YOUR CHOICEr present and
GREEN COVE .., ..... .. _. but will tell you what you want to
.
'" '" .
125,000( to Initiate course In .. :';::t'--. .
!'< ., .. "J facts of business,
Lloyd { and
secretarial training, accordingto Bell a personal representative '?tt know giving date
of J. Louis Reynolds, '.: ',,:' 11.1' SERVICE Thomas E Smith, County ( love,
4y I. in Green Cove "to take look . whom
a < : find lost art. TELL you
\ general supervisor of Educa ; 1fEt"J7'7L' ..,.. help you
at" Reynolds Park. m" ,, . 1 If the one you
,,",'". "4, ',: ....,"" will marry and when.
you
'
Cor. Park Sing Jacksonville tion.Smith 1 '..::..... country Is
Bell an engineer and ocean- : :!'Ji1 of the
what part
: said the State Depart- '......... "!JIi.J1 | love is true
ogapher, said he expected to 1r. what to do to be
Phone EV 9-SOZ7 or EV /- ment of Education ,had approvedthe > ; luckleit for you, and
1491'I' CountYlystem'1 application confer with Mr Reynolds in r d.J.JW* ;g succeisful Will reunite the separated,

llh' 'I, lor jederal tunds to equip and khmond Reynolds'when offices he' have leaves, within here "PW&..__.. '-:::, t' "". :'::: ....:... .: :1 1 locate absent friends and relatives and ,wlf and.
operate In both schools happiness between man
courses
TIRES. : recent weeks, been transferred BLOCK BRICK ajajaxMh B. cause bad luck Is
l: m "Vocational Oitiee Educa- lover's If sickness or
: from Bermuda back Makes up
/it'on.! mood to Rich. o I and 4 Bedrooms Separate Dining Rooms natural enemies evTInnuenc, and bad luck, foes not tell

The courses, geared specifically V/i and 2 Full Tile Baths Dryer Washing Machine but will tell the truth. One visit will repay
Asked If the move was in anyway o Family Rooms (Paneled) Connection to please you read
for job training of those all others. I not only your
disappointment.
Prom the smallest to the LARGEST! I furtner education asioc'ated: with Mr. Reynolds' o Screen Porches (Optional) I ft: 2-Car Car Port. you for also help out of your
not planning book, but 1 you
acquisition of the Oreen Custom Kit la all_ Garages (Optional) We like sn open
whJ
beyond high school, open a and see why you are so unhappy,
Distributor Miller Tire! Autolite Batteries Cove property he said he did Colors of Your Choice TROUBLES. Come .
downhearted
new field of training In the seems to co wron*. WHY be sad and
not everything
County's schools, :Smith: said know ALL THIS FORPAYMENTS $" be helped and
RE-CAPPINa .:. RETREADING: IL/ Total nick and worried when you can
UP TO_.._.._.. OIPTED
REPAIRING It la anticipated that within o 1 -LEU.\L NOTICE '' "" everything made clear by consulting THIS

the year other job training IV TRIO cutlet Of THB FHA VA or CONVENTIONAL FINANCING by MEDIUM I Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.

-andln- coures In the field of mechanics gel COUNTV.M'V .JtisuE KLOKIUA CLAW, CHARTER MORTGAGE I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, MADAM

will, be added, he eaid. IN t-HOUlTU VETS -You Can Still Use Your GI for a BESSIE 1s located north of Callahan on Hwy. 301. one

ORANGE PARK The secretarial training In Rl MAHV1M Estate( L of. PADUETT, Direct Home Loan half mile from City of CALLAHAN. Fla. Phone 179-2250.

courses are open to seniors J...,....4 WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OP HOUSE
Sinclair Station Road Service and will provide a maximum of To WOTICB all creditors TO CHEUITt ana pirwmt VAN DORAN BUILDERS, INC. Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL

three hours a day In secretarial paring! claim or demands Call Collect 781-0614.Jacluonvilkv Florida Open dally S aon to 10 P-m. including Sundays
IIS V. .. Highway n Phone SM-44S1 ..alnit laid ...!*:
courses. All students entering .you and .eb or you are b.ra.b THIS CUPPING' O1T0 TOO A fJ BEADING FOB... 11
the course must have had a r netltl.e to present any claims .
or dcmaad which or .lth.
or roll. atwv 110'".you o..ln.t the r '0.. ...____.... ....__.. ..1'I' '
estate of Marvin L. fadg.it. d.
I I .a.jd, lal. of laid County t; -
1 the Uoyntir Judas of Clay County
> Florida, at her offlc. In the '

BOYS 8 THRU 13 HERE'S' !W:'BIG CHANCE TO Ur..n within court Soup.all covo calendar of Springs aid,month County Plrrlda from at, lat I'

tI from the time at the flrt pub
\ r k-atlon of this: notice Two
ODl.* of each. claim or demand 4 ,'
I'' hall b. In writing, and hall
r alalo the place of r.ald.nc and
Do'l office addru of the claim-
I I It r' sot, and hall h* aworn to bit
III. claimant, his agent or ..1.lorn. *
Win ." and accompanied by a A
Trophies Unit f.. of ono dollar and such Message
"-aim or demand. not .o feed.
( hall b* raid ' i'
r II I UUCILLB: PADaETTAa
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a admlnlatrator of the : I
Elate of Marvin U ,Pad
5 ....11 Pnr.a..d r,
Prizes Trips T J. JENNINOH.:: JR.tttorntv .'
for Estate. ol Marvin
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hat Clarlnv..tmnt Co.. ,
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: the holder of the fcllowlnc e*rtl "= ,; t' w t
COMPETITION ''''.I.a ha* Mad sold cartiflcalM, No matter how radio TV telecasts r . '
l :. 8 Frw! It's Fun! It'n Easy.1!.1t for' a Ui Send to b* '.a..t1 many newscasts or news are

1 r hrom year. ; Th of* *laganc rtlf loat*. the nemb.reend d... t e made daily .. . the average person is still interested in reading his '
orl1.ton of the oroperty, and the
t name In which It wa ...***.01 home town newspaper to know what'goes on in his own area. According
,
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are a* followe

REGISTRATION SAT PI, SEPT,,25ENTEft Certificate Tear of 'luuanr No. T June I. lift to a survey made since 1920, the period when: .radio and television:' ,
I>....rlll'tion 0' Property. .
." -' Lot S. to SI Ins Bill P, Many were introduced . every day over 60 million copies of newspapersare
Lakaa BID

ear PCNT PASS A KICK COMPETITION ulatlon-slM. PPK football.Boys 11,12 and Name H:, Y, In Button which ......141 being told daily. ,.",_ "

. 11 can win! handsome gold silver or bronzetrophies. the All County of said of Clay property State tielna of rio I*. I t.41 iTo
Its ....t it's rut., it's Easy! '
Top winners will wia all-expense rids.Unless such oortlflrat or certlTlrate keep up with this demand for news, the newspaper industry 't,

Punt; Past A Kick competition bigsest paid trips to NFL games with dad and eordln;*to shall law the b* redeemed property deerlbed a,.. has been continuously rt work to improve their service . and has tS
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event Its'kind Ii'glow open to qualify for further competitions when In auch. ..certificate or oertlfloate ... accomplished this with -
of will eels to th* more np-iodate. communications methods. ,. '
can lilt bidder. at th* inert koM ,
boys through 11 yews of at*. Last rear ,they win even greater awards. door en th* flrat Meaday In So does the Clay CountytCresoentftry'to( 'keep giving you thin{
Month of Ocleber, Its, which b .
more than MO.MO toys took part In PP&K. NATIONAL AWAB08. A Tour Of Champlena the 4th day of October. IMS.
best
of 1 local ,
Dated this Itta day of A (*atOEOROt possible coverage news events (wiU: pictures_ and ate I'lj'+ f' :
Each oiU had the time of his We. with both par.nbto Washington ....
L. CAKUBUB. e and in our humble way to serve as a medium of enlightmeatto. ... I
If your ate Jnakee you eligible, brineyour D. C.' and to the annual! 'NPL Playoff Clerk of Circuit Court of \:

raithtr or dad with you and regtaur. Bowl game in Miami,Florida, when .ppaK Clay Ccuaty, riarldall4tpOC bring to you the news of activity going on around us. s *JJj; ''' I.

for tM* free Ma event at our dealership.* finals will take place.BEOUTEft \

PPK\ a 'w>nonuet,, sport activity 'NOW! OETJ FREE I A area AUTO LAFF8Try ', This method of news dipsemiaatioa is. allt appreciated ,by tbe'e,

l where i"ott compete in' punting .passing Rae tips'book:on'punling, passing. and :a 1 .'I" *'' "business- people who find, that .their.., talesmessage does reach. their'1'V", '' .,

.and...plaae-klcWnt So*you Lave Only a great with,choose boy your!,* own win placi-klcklng.'wrljen i by InPL experts ", . -1.., 1.,' potential customers and brings them: into- its. place of business.' So, if .,,,,.. t.. .,; I

t and. an.attncU'f'fP'Iti Ue-lapeJ pin. ; " want to bring to this market .. .. '
wonderful preps, trophies and trips I ; you your message . the colomnj.of. ::1.. I

REMEMBEB i PP'KjU; as great as it the Clay County Crescent are' open to you. Take advantage ,of them.
LOCAL t&IZES. Three for each age group, '.M 1"t '.
sounds . Its easy. to eater . and its eag6t .. -.
II In!all! Boys t, 9 and 10 can ,,win an toe80" sign up' today :. and tell your I i

NFL-typa' warm-up Jacket, a sturdily made friends. Youll all have a fun-packed CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT :1

football helmet in PPK colors or a reg- time.

WIf1 'OaT 'YOU '1t'tCOUNTING Phone: Green Cove Springs 2S4-3166 ;

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You MUST bo accompanied by a parent or legal (gt!, nlian to registrr.( caRl I To be sure you can read this newspaper each ....et'1c. why not buy ;

t Registration closes on October H. L Try LaRue's Service Station a year's subscription for $3.00 . or better yet get 104 weeks of i
for the speedleat service in
,a sy town, .: reading your newspaper for ONLY $ .OO (paid in advance). :

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LARUE'SSERVICE Fill our the following form and mail to us with your remittance. :I



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FOB SALE FOR RENT LKbtl.. \01'U:1II LEU1L NOTICK S 1 LEGAL NOTICBU a LEGAL NOTICBplace
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FOR SALE OR RENT Only IN TIIH cuiriir ('ot ItT or ix: TIIK ciuctir ,'ot liT or In 8rtlon ai, Township t of raald.noa and port otfef

eight mll s oat facing Penney FOR RENT Three bedroom CLAY CUl.\ri: FLOHlUt iiiu t'O''I'1i Jt mi'in.IHltir Bruth, lions II Kant In Clay .dd,... of Ih* claimant, and
bOil. I. c...." County, rUrliU.. and run n..r.Iherl hall ba awern to by th. claimant
at S75 ,,
Farm. golf coarse. Two bedroom Bayard. GCS. Call 1\, .\......u ( IX \II loll (...,I to th. hnl Hmtlun Una pent or attorn.y sodseoemsonbd

house furnished, Includ- Marvin Taylor St. Augustine MARY A. CAMIUOi.la Cut \T". rLOHIIIl.l of tiuutlun I*. Township 4 Mouth : by a filing f.. of
VA 4-1641 l'I.lntn \ ('II (' : Manna II Kait Men'. wvm.rly, onO dollar and such claim' or d..
VA
Ins appliances, 16500. or will or 4-1117. \'I. >.. .n-1.1.CFI to th* point' shore the half M.o. mand not so filed shall ba told
Ikm I II In. ..
CHARLES F. CAMPBKLU Int.rn.cU the it bunk
rent at (60 month. Lot IS'KlSO'dftp. 9-Mfc HLon N. Wagner
I.TOX "t0'11( of Mill Co'.i then>. nrrlhw.m.
Garage. Elwood Johnson jojl.nd.ntIU'I'ti] or scar hi\t.. I'>l .M'), a roruornllua, st'Ir: to Dmlora l ak. their.nurlhwe.terly Aa *."outor of tha Lost Wilt
\ and T.Ktam.nt of Lulu U.r*
FOR flalntlff nnrth.ily .
RENT Mobile anil
horn y1.uRIUATOCHAIU.O
10'wide
PHH KTATK OK irud W .
GCS gn.r drr. id
phone 214-9982. call at *
or vantvrlv to the Writ bank of
305 South by 50' long Air condition tI Vnkncwn K, CAdlt'Uttil.LItradence : : IINIOFY t'. KO.!)KX\KU: .... eh. lit John Rlvuri th.n'. Flral vubll ttlon H .pt. 14. Ittt

\ YN\ Mainolla opposite ed. Very clean Large fenced- YOU AUK HtHliUV: NOTIFIED: M 1 Ht ,.. KIKIIIKNNKH: wit., southerly alunit' laid WMl bank \II4KLMWNOTICN
Tarn Mill. Sttfo that a suit' hoc ....n tiled aaalnal IllS J5llla50IIINNt11N t a.JKIHt of paid IU.., tit mint due
la lot. Four mile from town. .: K'kl.K.., and rant tram the luilni of li.nm'
the above ntllld
In cause
you .'..A\: ( .:.S U.'lIthlIII.! trU.., nlnMTi Ih.nr w..t.rly to th.
T+ n FOR SALE 32 HI-FI and Ster Phone 214-3371. Mrs. McKce.9ltfe. and yeu.ar. hereby reu.ulr.d to U.I."I", mint of bmlnnln. or APPLICATION

+-HMII'H *j eo records Uk* news Christy ..n.. upon nam. and iilalmlff adilra attorneywhoa appear AoriiH or at IT HU IT Fl'KTIIKK RKHOLVKH NOTICE EON IS TAX HEREBY lasso GIVEN

r MlnntrtU Ray Conlff. Andy borer,' your wrltt.n d..nn.. TO: Reuben r. Foauannar and that Ih* pulllnw platuf old that u ..:. WIUU1NH, the
If any tc the bill of complaint Mary U "Koah.nnur hla 'A !(. lftlun dlmrlot No. t shall b* huller of th.
Williams. Eddie Duchln. Jo FOR RENT Two bedroom, one in ...ht suit copy of which I I.d..llv.r.ct I. HH3U HlKhwav II the CUv Hull, 0."".. I'ark. fkatve haa film following laid crtlfluate cartl-

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES f Stafford. Henry Jerome Mood bath trailer' with added room lo you h.r.wlth, on 01 Uiiiour Cullfurnle. I1.4S UK th IT. UItrilh.lt IlKHoUVKIthat for a tax dead to b. Issued
b.for October 1. A. P. t.... You H.ubrn K, b.b.II".r huunilarU of tlwlli lhcreon Th. tartlfloala
8 POINT TYPE: (This size Music album. Call Schwab, on largo lot, four mile north Herein fall not or d.or.. pro and Mary. .U rSubenntr, flip wlfa irroltv iT-x-inct No. I b*, and they ,... of leauanu., the numbersanil 01.or ..*
and W* l Uaiikln and FranCes arts alttr.d to read
y aa
eonf.uo will t Iw anl.r.d' acalnil
ot GCS. Phone Z84-37SO crlplAn the property, and the/1
type) First Insertion up CARD OP THANKS, and Clayton Revels ChrrtWr-Ply- after you for the r.li.t praysdn th* Itankln his wit. ara h.rohynutlfled l followai"..In at point when n.....* In which" II was ......4
IS.Fans.
5 that a eomiiUInt lo a
PJH. -lt-itc. hill of ccmpUlnt.TIIR lee .. tollow.1C.rtlfl.I.
allover mouth Phone GCS 284-9111. :
30 word for $150 Iliidivldln.. .
fure'b.a
to NATI'KK' OV BAlD SUIt a certain mnrlaaae tnth itona. Itnil .
IN MEMORIAM to 30 No. Ill
: Up .
30 at 5o per word. Additional 9'1/-26 UKINO\ SOIL 13lvorr.WITNEI55 *. following d.airlbwl, r.al pro 1Ksl: Int.run. the norththenc Year o( liauanc. Jvna I, lilt'IXat'Nptlon :
.t.rb
FOR D.rtv, bank 04 1"'lrra I.okel
words all 30 RENT Three .bedroom hand and tSoseal to-wlli I
for $1.50 over my l."t riv (5). Rtoek On (1) north alontt sail I nf Propertyf.nla /
consecutive were FOR SALE I 195S Volkswagen b....., screened porch. Large, I of laid Court at Or.-. Cnn MUAIiUWPUCMIK I'NIT* 1rordlnv lln. tn Its point of lnlra.ctl rana. II II, Dlk. 1. Cunn.aul'
Uoni minimum of $120; allover at fee per word. I nrlnaa., Klorldn, thla Hit day .>- to flat r.t"'rd.d In with the aouth boundary of 14..* Park
sedan Good ahady fenced aaaeiiadl
condition RUM yard 100 E 200 of Annual, A. IX. 11/L Nomiln which :
lion
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4o I 10' Bonk !>.. T and I II. Tnwtmhlp 4 Hi.ulh. It.n.ar. I I'atav
30 words at per perfect. Bluo with black vinyl ft. lot. Artesian. well Phone SEAL OROHiiR) I. CARM8I.R of th. oublto r-nrrda of Clay II Kali Then.,. wal. alone All of 1C old llr.wrr property balna? la

word. Interior. New transistor rsdl I 3S4-S571 or IS43S7S.14ttP Cl.rk Circuit: Court h.County. b..n, filed rinrlda....1..1 You and the south II. 14 Imunilnrv and II sane Sine townnhlp of Mm'lInns I tile Counly of Cloy Hut of Flo

LEGAL ADVERTISING: Mint sell by Sept. 24. ftSS. ray (Orac M.I Carliala, you ar. raniilrad lo a.rv Y sod .. ".., lo th. cvnl.r line of rlda.Onlu.s lurk
l>i>Duty leek alt c.rtlrflcnl. ef oer'IMh'au.
POINT TYPE rf your answer or plesdln1t ,11111. Hlai-k Cr..ki, th.nce aou
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First Insertion $1.40 FOR RENTt Jnnlnaa A shall ba r.d.tmed so.oordln.le -
perInch Call 284-9723. 9 It-ltp Three-room fur : Nnrton oomnlalnt on the vlalnllff'a at* th.rlv following Ih. ..nt., line .

(This size type). First ; each additional Insertion nicked apartment. It* West I I A"ddnor..rn.y.- tor I'lalntlff Conrrv lorn.ve,*Stork.Olbha m.Ul'.I? :: nf L.IIII with Hlark Hlack Creek I'renki lr. Ito: than.rs confluence .. .,Ib." In .u'h law o.rllllo.ta tha prnp.rty or d.allflcatea ...,.
FOR SALE Electric foliar and P O. not will b sold to Ih. hlih
Street. Phone 2143213. 171. *
insertion to 30 avth Mtra.t. Jacksonville Florida fnlluwlniT the center line of
up $ .80 per Inch; or as amplifier. 159. Fine trombone Orson Ccve Springs riorldaII4ID sod file tha original an- Hlark Creek In a aoutherly nlractlnn Anne eat bitter the at first the court dlI'ovhr..nl. ;I
9-1MI on
words for $3.00 all over ewer or pladin.In th. offlc. nf In II. confluence with
required by Statute. Smith-Corona portable, nearly I the Clark of the Circuit CourtIn the Ill. John. HIVM-I Ih...,* north.rlv : of October.llrloheh Illl which la

30 at lOo per word. Additional new S3*. Carl" '* Florida Traders. FOR RENT Famished mod.era ix TIIM roKTV ji'iinR'a: and for Clav. County, Florida, alim the was ahor wfIh Dated 4th. day Idle of llth' day of Aucuat.'OKOIUJB HIS. .
tutors 11th of HI. John. Sliver
on or day lr a point
('ut ItT ix
AID row II.AY U"
consecutive Insertion t-U-ltt house. October.. IMI.tf due .. of .
Large trailer Small I'Ol'XT*. VI.ONIIIA '! th Inuraortlon of U CAnf.IaLB.

minimum of READING NOTICES: Per FOR SALE aatomatlcwaaher. house at $35. Phone 2S4-S2IS. IX PNOS.ITNvisa d-fault von fall will to ba do token an judmntbv a.,*ln.l Mint I I,IIn.Townnhln.. lit\ sod 4 Hnuth II In, Han I Mac.tlon Clerk of Circuit Court .f
Clay Counly
None Flur
NO. 441 for II Raul: Clay d.1.tI..oo
S-lf-ltc you ha roller d.nianil.d In 5e In Cnunlv, Florida
$2.40; all over 30 words line 350.DEADLINE. Jut Ilk. new. Ranfea, IN RE: Kitate: of th* cnmnlalnt ill."... run w.t lo aald I
THOMAS J. HOUTHEHUANIt.do: This nolle. ahall b* Biihllahdllive Interai-rtlon. aNir.'ald, Ih.nca
: at 8c per word. freeters, etc 109% money-back FOR SALE or RENTt II x *..ilNOTirM ash wick for fop p pnn..CO northerly akn1l went silo nfKtnt. It THH ClltCCIT COUNT
warranty Cart' '. Florida Tra 5S' mobile live .....k. 'In th. Clay County llnad No. II tn 'half aecllnn
home! Try clean or rit-ixn MCTITIOXKOH :' tins nf Hectlim M, Tnwnehlp, 4 or tLAT COUNTY, FLORIDA
: CLASSIFIED DISPLA r: Per : Noon Tuesday den S-1S-1U and air conditioned. Now on Kixtt miiiH\H OPAUMMIsI'IIAl'NII I'MINK'AND onnicnrrt mn Mouth.' Itn1.. || Kavt. Ihoncr IX 1II4.NCKRTXO. :
I -*.n ('nv. Uprlnaa, FlorMathl. run seal lo lha 5.01 hank nf
: column inch 140. No diacounU. preceding publication date FOR SALE IS-ft. boat with Urge fenced lot four mile No Ik. la hrtby given that Iiav Ith dav nf Hptmb r, 111.COl'IIT Mill t'ovi' ihenc run .....'.r... *J -ltT.CMVIITICR
from GCS. May be ril.d my p.llllin for dl. ( mc"l.ri .) to I'nitrra hake; thenre run LKR: CHAITA1X.:
: of Thursday. 25-hp. outboard Evinrade f",' purchasedwith Irlbull..n and fur (1".1 din-hors. nlr.ORnll: f. rA".IIIII.I'1. we.l.rly, south wenterly and I'lalnlirt

. . . . . . . . . . .. ... small down payment and a. AUmlnl.trHrlm C.T.A. of th. "rk "e ('Iron, 'nura. niirlheael.rlv' alona ealil t.or.tnr v.,
.: : III I 8 I III II , . .LUL..L--L. . . . . . . . . ... In. and trailer; also 5-tlered amumpt.s af "; .I.e. of Thom* J. Mouihvrlaml Play, Oowntv Florida' : I Jill, to th* pnlnl she,, MARTIN r. ('11 A lIT"IN.
electric chicken brooder also. monthly pay dwaoed. and that on HrnUmb.rIS. not Or aM., Carllal.. Ids Itanae line dlvlilln. ttanaahnr I.t.nd.nt
SALE: ,ThJH ..bedroomKouse FOB BALE bedroom brick | menla.: Call Mrs. McKee GCS 1H5 I will I apply I to |h* Hon.oraM ".,".. Clerk. II sod U, 1,1.'C ISO north
OR ,, ) .
wrought Iron T-plec dining I* +homai Klv.ri, Ouiinlyludc "....ltoMOy'tIIoOTlt"1II of Dni'lnri l.ahit" ISvhlchIX NOTKH/ or niT .g
with carport floor farRace turns oa 1 loU 5r x ItV each. 2S4-I571. 9...tf. In and fur Clay County lot la lha pnlnl: of IxaTnntnaftFunOR "
act. Call GCS 284-3574. di.tri- TUB' HTATK or FIX>lll>A-Te'
Klorl.la.' frr order of
and air conditioner laBludrd. Within city limits oa N. 8t t-ll-lU bUllon and (an or final dlxham Oil' APrlieITIOY CIKIIK! CHICriT,t. rtlll.lMI nilf-JT, :. and MARTIN C. {.ItAII'rAIN

Good ..U.a. AH CyBlone John Arena Will sell farnbhtd WANTED .* AdmlnUlritrli CTA. of the FUN Toll I/KMI: NFl'pFTIIY TO IM.'.kt. .I' Thcmaavlll,lloul t, OiwralaVOIT
will of Thomai J. Houth.rland
fencing. Comer of IdleB or .a.......... For I Inorauitloa FOR SALE: \V.terlnat.r.- d.oapil.kUrr.. NIIT1CM IM IIKKKIIV O1VKN 'I'NTY 'viM111NelOVKIIM.
THAT II.1 K. W Uli I INK, thaholrlor CI.AV 19)l'NTY! ri.0ltll : AIIK HKIIEBY NOTIFIEDthat :
illl! and Highland Aft.... ( pboao XS4-1UI ofMM. petty at 298 Governor Street WANTED TO BUY: Good AilmlnlilralrU' II Kirk C.T,A. of .... fiilliiwlnar ..,tI. I.11lrrlt' a Ibis has b..n fll>d aialnil'

7'15 tfe Lau I Phon. 284945S.UItp practice plans ReaMaable. 0.....HoJ'PI" fliaKa haa fll.it aald r.rtlflval.i, you In the ahotr antltl.d rouse
all 214.1111. fur at.. d..il lo b. spool .n" you ore ...r.b, r..ul.d to
Phone 2143311.IMIp Ih.non 1'h. oertifhvl., numh.ra IN' wits rOVMT or TUB C'Ot'X.'! p.rvO upon pialnufrs 51lornsy

WANTED- TIIM! <'OIMT, OV TIIM' .nil ,-.,. of Inuanu, Ih. d... TV Jl'ltan.'' I LAY lOtlNTT, ...h.... isms and adireu .pp..'
) I will eare for child ('Oh 'ITS Jl ION IX AXII. FINN rrlnlnn of .Ih. "rol'.''', and Ih. ".'.on. pout' ...rIU." ..1."....
.f working mother la my horn*. LAY I'O0 ''IIrT. ri.uHiiiA names In whh'" It was a... .d ri.omiiA. ix mo4TM. It any, ,. Ih* bill of complaint
ix rnoatTN sr..5 follow: In ...It111., .f whJok .lad
copy
[IUj'iGUlDER Call lit-MM. S-ll-lt FILM i"o.IV 015 ( ...11I..... No. IIS In rat 105501..E .ll.ar.d I* yau k.r.wltk, mi
RF.tKWTATS: 7.', of Imuani',Jun. I, .Illn..rrlnll0n txoaaa.d.TO i.ri.r iiKiiTiirnR.; ) : WAONKR, o. Sifts,. .I..b.r U. A II. 1051.

OF LITTHKRIA D, of :i'POp.rt lUr.la fail net or dons. pr_,"*
MISCELLANEOUS HOUMKAI.U d.CM.*d.XOTICN Lot. 14 II. HIS g. Uka IIIU ALL CRKMTORa' ANn 'IJ""'. eonf.aa will ha inbred ...I".r .
I er..l HID OflNN HA VINO CLAIM* OR ynv for tha r.ll.f prayed In the
or rii.ixn TKTITIOXrosi
Nam In which aaa.aaadtJ IIFMANI'S AUAINar SAID bill
UNITED VAN LINES. Proplaaatd ra. U. 1)154 IMHUN or nil4. Toun ESTATE I nf enmpInl.lTIIN or 1,
BEVERAGES REAL ESTATE MXK41THIINolle NATi'iin' Ain IIUIT
CONDITIONING tout distance noting All of alt property tialnaIn You' and ark of rv are kara tlRINit FOR DIVOnCB
la hrhy .'lv.n thaihav I. the County of Clay, atal at Floreds by nollfl.d ... raqulra te .r.. WITNran me hand anl Ito a.al
la "Sanitisedran*. la Clay filed my ptltlnn for dlaIrlbHllon ant any clalma and .._.". .f sold, Court at Orson Cov
MILBERGERREf TWIN REALTY Comity ooataet Wllda T. Raa an4 for final diirhama "',,1... auih r.rthflital or .,.r. . al psi- Driaaa. Florida, thta llth day
PAUL'S *i uirl* ( th *iial* 51 .II.tII.rn..I'c..It.: of
r.dwmud P.olrmber A D. lilt.
Luthtrla ;. :1I. tNMol. ahall b. ** ,00v oitate *f ,
V. d.re.aeA :
sell real oateU. 7.S N. 0' roin law thVroprty d.anbd \\J..r. .
OraajAvmaa i> le Lull ll.rtrud. d.c.aa SEAL
Ililda T.Realtor Net" that n B*.t.mbr IS, loll. )
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EIAIIIIw. ?. :*., ... ..:. ..-A 0....., Con Springs Jnd", '.J.,..M''"'..le..*,,..Counly.. Honnrabl Judge0t irionln.. In will Ouch fc*e.rliflaal roll la Ik.or hick. r County.dX late Jud.f .ale a, of Con('I..I,y,Cmnly te Ike. rirciili nEonon L """LilLI!. ark

-. ....* SS4-NIL SlStfWICX. Clan ('.0.57. ,rinrlda. for .11 ..l kldd.r at. Ski court kou. Fl.. al SI..ff5. I* the ..",. fly II,I IuU. aohm,
AI Emil BTra.. ft RENTAL ft SALES .,..., .f 4llrlbull *n. for ft 1. door on Ih flr.l, M.nd.vn I iiIS. kw.0 *f said Coilnir .l Oraaii I.....'" ClerkiINItWIt'K
of (lobr 141. which
.... Month t'o.. aprln/ wllhln
SERVICE"aefilBiiali. woman NOT AriFIKI: sal dl..har.i as .ul'l. .f Ms illl. ** Florida ANIIRRnriN.Allornay : .
ft ACREAGE ft' LOTS will r....... hr ... o'r will .f Lnlk.rla B. llor.fall *.. 4th. day of Orlob.r. all aal.ndar. manlka frarn Ik* top FMnllff
Open IA.III.iiIA. M. 5.I... ('.." ._._ ...... .......... Palad this Itlk day of AtiauatIMI. Sites of the first puhlloallcn. .fIkl "...r...,
RoMentlal Csas..oW ...._ Fee ..,_.... .s ml511. Rath H. Harrl '* ..olio.. Two .0.1.! *r .akclaim ".11. ISO lit .
I' c= .* JkIr111w ... ..-'I'I 15. Ka...trU lHltcMCrMonrai nroitiiic: t. CARI.IHLK , .. demand. shall. k. I I5 (Ir.., ('*". Springs rinrl.laUW
airvfia ttw. .*.. >' ..... .. - :' C'l.rk of rlrciill *, wrllln, and ahall 0/40! Ik* .
S S. Palmetto StraM Ducal Coanty Use orrtaf Greater Clap CtwtyNotary A...!... srl**.. f. O.. a.. or rMiiJu or .? ('011II1,. rlor,court 1"PIC I. po
lore*, Tarps, rte Me** ...U r104KHIIII:
H... rhom ..MtlMBasin North.o o( Oraa** Park FaMbPBONB B-S-M. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
StMSt Yes will .|M>. tak !In I.!!'.. NOTI4HNOTICB
*. Fboa thai the JM1AKU or ITHINTTliMMlHMIONKHal I I. lose pur.euanl

1I OfftM ......1 ( : or CLATITH'NTr. I* Ohant.r.rll.fl l'iwaKlorWa. .i Thinking of lid Estate? Soo -
BOATS HELP WANTED FIUNIDA, upon) .! ) ikat Ika rclncl bouartarler 1
frUANCESTV'APPLIANCE
snag.An.LatwIL Ilk* .f a quallfiMl land ewn.r: of Preclncta No. I pod
will .1 ..44 .'..1...... A M, on ski No. I nf Slav Unsold, Florida,
On**) Con ...*... HELP WANTED Mai ... Ills 4ay .! (),1....'. A.H IMI war. duly ana ravviarlv: ehanpiA. '
I .I the Counly fourthou In k* NMl 4loa oa ..'1......' II
SERVICE INLET I MARINAaad Female or.n re aprlnaa, flar l" a. I"". 10, Ih. Hoard rf l uly N1ckEALTOR- -
CFHOL8TEET |M Woofcty sad MM ly "o .. w nil4r and 4.<.r.mln ('olllm''.'...'* of Clay C."nty
Ai BraaJ ...".1"., 5 r Not Ike .....U.I'.IU FLIdPd are a* f.lesaiPHSCINCT'
We Repair BoetyardMERCTRT TO Fee reliable seas ar wsmaa t* yaral. ......0... .1_.. RIOHTIleila

Servicing Clay Conty A Z UPHOLSTERY serrle Wslalaa ..aUmer la II..., does '..0.nr.. and dla* Ik
(' al th* point wh.r *
claim' aav rlail of flay .551?
For ftlxla Tears 0.... COT Sprigs. Fill *r. .r the ruMIr, In and U any north boundary lips *f ClayCeuaty
SALES A SERYICRBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS II* MataoSa Avoaw Inlarewte Ik* was bnknf
[Orange Park Ph. 1MIS44FULLERTON'S part Urn*. Na ...**....L Writ land, or lal.rMl ihrln.' .ualred ,. ike. Si. Inks IU,., an* ,..
fer rood .r 1II.1I..r PS
0.... Cave ....... .
C. R. ...... P. O. Boa 3447.Teaapal TIM I* that ,'rial *I'..| orrad Ike-ire doe west alone' ; aal* :.
..... ....IT.. lor a t 4 la Clay" ('ev.lr, Ik boundary I* Ih* w.l bu
f *, Tia...... Florida .aarlb-Ml (fvllwi' dart .. .f th. Tows .( Oraai
Wet A Dry StaraiaMaria PURNTURZCANVAI A MrtS..f .tC':; NIAD, .. Park| run III.... Mulk alone;

A... Ways SALES WOICK; Excellent .h .5 LAKE ORN.: mid WMi .,.::rr.t.: Ike.
14 N. Ortukfo WORK : : r.r&.r"Ic*. aeor I ln I* Mu'h hesld.r 1..1' CTsn.bl. flUME
C.Nags' 14-1133 SOOTH .4 I* Plat Hook 4 '", Haas* tiKa.li FINANCING' 4 PROPERTIESARE
rra 11... BIGBWAT 11 BOAT TOPS a C'OIIJDOQ1ItJPCOVER8 opportunity semi- Ilal race. I ef Ike P>blt. KM* ih.fw .-.( .( IkeMutk 1

Osag. Part PbMM4MMOBILE MADE retired to .,... .f Clay C.."t" riorlda kouadary *f MM UMll**
ceo cm wo man or woman sold pan .f poll (... Rosaa. 4 sod Hvlla .. Tewn
Furniture ., .... .. .hi a-ulk k. a M NOW A Y AILABlE
B01IESMOBILE "New call on business houses in .'1.,..*. s.*. f.ll,wtHmiln *rll.lrly ** ..:. 1..I Ik* pnsIItwe.O :., ., *f 91

with tk* OM O m.Iort. a 1 Ik* ll.ralli, of sold *..*tl..ni I) Ikanc Muth a*
REED ACCOUNTINGTAX Clay County area Expenses : sold L.. Stood ... 1.1.. 1.1'1.! I.aa4k. Pat bBti4ary Una .fptMllna ZONED FOR BUSINESS (I) Building. sod property adjaAl -
C. A.HTMMEI, _,.... old sbh. aid a. f. ,, 4 Hoilk.
pins liberal commis t. ;: ::1 ; 10001sins
to MInI Ilarkat 1' 3
AMD lnln Nrnkvailarly a 4Mtaiw. Han** It a Mini oa Hlfhvay ; ( ) ApproxtmaUli'

SERVICE HOMES sions. Must bare car. Fullor I. ..lla*f*til wkwfc fMl,.la awr She* er NetS I...**. lla. .f*mat f tile flood n.rlh N"..551.0 till lkare war. 3001200 feet on U. IT Nona, just outside oily. llmlu;

part-time work. Inter. ...,.,Ir ..I...... ef Ut. WMI .t1af .....II.t wllk Ik* lit ApproUmately 100' on Crane Avnu si North; adjacent
LIaJe KmDer. owner W* bay stB. or trade.raelary IAXLEY TRIM SHOP K rth Ml.rly tin* rf Let t.Hlk MNh ,' :. Ha: .f *( '. available.
propertle
N GrIm cOSSPersonalized eating sales service work. I *f sold, Lake I rl'klf
Aft.
Oranc oatltt for Ts,lsr war line nf .l le N..a4 N. IIIftaki ,
1M.Nut Idtewttd A.II .-. Write "Sales" ........ ..IS.r al... aid ... GOING BUSINESS LT Bat a Oral with horn. Hwy.
lal.rMl
to KwMna Mar
No edAceonating Services ....... ....* built sa firma ..., Boa fully al Ik* lla:* aa4 place may ibei.eslflid tf era* \lie, ..51 Ik. M tkHae IT, South, .sear oounty lla*. '
Sartata. Sea the bif lt* P.O. Box 578. OC8 tfrELF a sad be .,.*. *f P.nbs0 T II T wa>
core Plow 31/-191es.r tw<*4tX.. II. IMITM rolls I aoulk. Nan. II K.ll. POSSIBLE SVI0E1ITI Hous* *f OW ijOOO ....,*

SB .,,.*. fort 'uamrasaa" at sip /lr9afa nnAKr or rMiNTvCowwl.INrNa Ik.**, wwt sf.ithe! **>*tk' II". ft, al 101 Magnolia Avenuo, South. Oppo.lt Sprta
aerllIt 41, 14 aa4 *
WANTED Root do. so II.
Tax ..... or FLAT
: oar M M RUhway IS .. -== foi'NTT.,, ru>Hin* ".......1. I ....III. Rasps 1.C..1 Fart and Orsos Cbvt Motor Lode ,
BetQinsPsr .Ivory sad .rits* .... Es- CAHLJNLK. c. M.. Mstkwiol,. _..., ., '
ST,JOHNS MOSOU aWMES.INC. .s.soMIM.My..L ....,... ....... lb I 11.11 OFONOI. art Oee1Ms 0t c...... palls" ls RESIDENTIAL PROPERTTl (1) Thro' bedroom house.
a. 1.a.,5 's ..I..UrlNJ ike. ..a rib ki. .4.ry II*. .f (1.>
Business Firms % ..... rrlq Iml ., 0.. Co, a ....... of OroeaVs r>_.>i>t ikar. woos .. two oaths, at III W. Bay aXroot; <12' Three bedroom
{ TL IS4-tlll Ore** Oat fa**. IN was corny or TSJBJr Rail cll._ ... ...'11 IwV ",II.. hops on bath,141111 *. JohM'Av (tr Thro Bedroom .
.... .... o< Florida Corsv, IIM N. ...
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IndiTidnalsDREY'S Sloe ... 3su-1.w% .w. .".TT ,va/ tti, r0 f.a ".U _. .. II.. 0f "
:-z..wm 0....,. AfOMM, Oroea fan CWT twVSJTT.r . .......D" I!** II. Twakla 4 a->*lk. Han house IH ,bath*. at SM sK John* Av*.: <4i Two
.,.. .. ..... ... ti Kaill lk.a*. MX .
I bedroom MHMrtt Mock. SUfhwsy IT South soar ooun-
: Of ,
..r bN fieiw MILK DELITERT FREE PUP .....1& S-MI. In f Ke.... of 4'*<.*..* of I* Mil. I* Mill
VtXK>N U MOUKS. JR.D Mk Creek I .......* swrlMrly ty line
U1'IIIA1'U.maY tELP WANTED Whit .... TO AIXCNKDITOItS.4, AND r... St.plea.. Ik r-Mk* r.*/5 Uv H.lie lalMM4l* N IX11. I boon ai IWt. .aowtU A'*., rtotttenl "...*. (I) Pour-

W.D.Morris' .. to oar for elderly ootsyl, SON HAVINU CLAIMS OR U.WANTS .- wiik aerltoaa the It...*.II...b.14*..T.....".lie.IItI..4ik bedroom torn hour. in Penney Parma, I...,* lot (T) Two

.. ... ., thorn braid. Moat toaa. 1'I. A'JAINrr AID K VT .... rl.e.. IS .....,I Ik. .*... bedroom haw oa ;.-.
yllsla 11 Dtawibaaar TIT A SHALL AI ",.. Bo* a. Th. Orwoeaa .. ... aa4 a tlfi41 cock a...f 4 iee rxlr4rMt are .dry eierlv ft *::MM Ik II*. e-mlk II a a*hwu4 11 efraee WATERFRONT' PROFERTTl (II Three-bwlroom bone.,

L hiBIUS..1111. MI.NM P. a Ro* "1. Oreeaj .//I Te k.0..1.55
c. asp etalaie) a" il.MU fleaII wtthla M4 sirtal.1i olty limit. ; (I) Riverfront site wtthla
II *
/ w OSswtata. fiftef aartte*. da Of-:::". ,:,lIr"r. Olu/ ae ... n. *,..v. >mir PI.. .. sit, ttmNa, .Meal tor osatuahro apartment dtlopmnt.
1Unnlce AUJentjMilt ..14 ..... |H>. I* Ik* soles *f
>1N lara .. lw. f
n -- -
FIRMISHITS Mieie *f Jtn>*ON .. MUOMU ,_.r. IAku'. ....-. M-ik"rl* M<4M sate rut with glove araflable: Horn on
Plink do..Pd. lale .f Mlr. ...... ik* s..! 5055 50 _/... tot off
nice
IM .550.. I. tai C*..ly I..(. .f .IIt. I. ...* ... ,...... 01.0c. vhl, with Florida room addition on
sieraur.I Clay Caiy. rtorM .. k.. 0*. .1It...<. wrtkvrlf .!*... Ik. ..< Thence Cot; (&) Modern Horn built 1MO with
'Ire .. la* weft k..*e 00 .!* .. .. .. ..
J.5. Kl I
HOMEOOIVERY I FARM LOANS (....y .. 0#**. O...* *.*!.... .. k-IsM> Ski ..M..1..1.. f llaa alldln* door, owtookln; Black Crk. Private dock

eadllr a1LK ri.>.. ... wlikl.. all ..,..4m .. Awn .. tlfl i*.l are .UK* aid. !boat house. 340 ft on ...**... 4300 feet de.p.
.lk from 551. flat. rf Ik.* .... ..
I "* /k* r.'llowl. ** 4 rlt>*4 M.
171.114TIA0R -is- trt Mkllrall*WS.Io1se' '= ..TIM. "u.'. .i .k* i....._<'".. FARMS AND RfRAL ACREAGE available.
s al1lBNR 144-tt4S or 24.21NTimw Ts. *..!.* *f *r .r *i.i. ....A. M., tie *.4 M*.
CALL TIMBERDAIRT ....* ..... k* la _III... sad RESIDENTIAL LOTS of varying< rise, within> and outald
...... .lal* Ski plow .f ,.*....-
nDfTD In'PUD e FARMS .M .*< *fu44r. .M W lie. city Umlte.n..CL..O.
..1.1_." ... Ball. lie .w.r. MIk
1p4@'NEN'! e RANCHES 5, rUlmaal kl .p.1. er CHURCH NOTICES II now" artllabU.TWIN .

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CO.C.fRf'WtHa.C PART TDIE
BALE FCRNrrCRE 'I's.' .( .' apt 5..5.I..s CHRISTIAN InTICBsOCIETY
A2 3GR AIR lost paartllo )okon GENERAL FARMS :: .: sot fiU4It
rIM ..,... prtattnc.Owaarrtos .. ". ..>. REALTY -
orncE STJPPLT co.Uod AH..*.***** your */ MA HTM 4 f, Hno"rA4iwiai4r
fW*..***.* will Lone Terms . no .. .in> *f Ito. C.. E. lie.tai St A
.... If***** F.'a .,
E JoDH Jr, Owntfto 0-. .. ** plea** '". and penalty. pro-payment ,f'I..,* I. W$)*R Jr.rl.l N. Ma,aMa A... HIM T. Neth, RealtevAAMKlATKSl .
m* .......
oar price trffl ko GREEN COVE; SFRVUGSFLORIDA
rr1' Jok E. JII... ... loupe GataambertyRee
Jacksnrm0 FEDERAL LAND ...1..11.. A... ... 114aYKN.
ecIaIIIU: .*.....bl.*. ...... ,'. IM-MIS
RANK ASSOCIATION

Offlc SuppDea and aCU-WWdAd CALLUS FOR ALLPRINTED of CalaiafM mrai >.t l>. 1 IMA Bar .&. al I. S. IT Soalk Or... c..* Springs
Try From tkla 4.. r rw.-4 I will
omc. Knultamtttelcto ilYNsr.r' FboM 11&-1." Day or Mitt
MATt sue IP"* M.K-JMlM. f-JT dew Is.
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sy' (W* handle VA and F1IA ,* OaMMIotI. In Clay
Line of Omtm CRESCENT: ..... 1TS-MS4 .fct.
COURT ClAY COCNTT IWifPbo. Ja..k W Or*.. Duval CoMtl)
olspbAmad4. lea N rtraw. ".*.*. A coralal urrtUtieei I* rateaeV

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AGE SIX Clay (Eounty (Crescent THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER If, IllS

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ws circulating hostess CONSERVATION Around and About
SUPERVISORS I I
Mesdames John Bradley and !
a"t rw David Talbot were in charge ELECTION SETSupervisors iiccn SMITH
I
By
of decorations. As A Matter Of Fact I of the County I.I
Mis. Oother Martin was In Soil Conservation District met It comes on the hip of the

charge of arrangements for the last Friday, at the Oreen Cove evening and I am flaked out I

coffee. Her assistants were Motor Lodge. Those attending on my front lawn in one of
were Jack Wilkinson, chairman
Mesdames S. V. Stamps andB.
BOND those half sit half lie down
C Hopkins Between 40 ISSUE ONLY HOPE ; Lawrence L. Murray,
that'neither
chairs keep
and 60 members and friends secretary; and J. P. Hall, James :you
attended. Florida's only hope of catching up on providing safe Wilkinson and Allen L. Last.anger at attention or let you go com M

primary highways for Florldalans and visitors Is throughthe pletely.
Out toward Picolata, a brand
ALPIIA NU proposed $300 million highway Improvement bond issue, The following cooperators ol
new moon heaves Itself up over
MEETS AT GCS according to a State Road Board member, the district were nominatedfor the lacy edge of the horizon

Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta C. W Beaufort, SRB member from District 2, said the supervisors to fill vacancieson from the other "side of the
the board J. P. Hall, Jr.,
Kappa Gamma met for a bond issue will not require an Increase in state gasoline ; world and majestically climbs
of Oreen Cove, John W. Hunt
workshop session In the homeof taxes; !in fact it will likely forestall a hike of 3 to 4 cents Into a sky so clear I think maybe
Dr. Mary Zellner on Sat.urday Icy, n, of Doctors Inlet, J. W.
gallon.
a I am In church.
+dl Mclnarnay of Orange Park,
Beaufort said Florida cannot take care of its highway I finger myself a butt from
Mrs Isabel Powell, stat Perry Norwood, of Oreen Cove, From the Echie aide of the
needs with the approximately $50 million annually from the second half empty pack of
S. D. Saunders of Mlddleburg
program chairman gave the river,cars, dwarfed by distance,
the day, Number one Bernard
present gasoline taxes
Jack Wilkinson, of Clay Hill,
keynote speech on "Creativity, reaches over and lights It wink their way back ac1'OlllShand'
Its Nature and Nurture." "In 1959, 40 per cent of our roads were In critical condition and James S. Williams, of son
his satisfaction bridge toward Oreen
for and
me grunts
safetywlse. After spending $50 million a' year, today Penney Farms.
At the Green Cove Methodist Committees working on
WSCS annual coffee are for the way things are as Cove Springs, having matched
about 43 cent of them are In critical condition. In other
Tuesday morning were, L to r.t Mr. Gother Martin, fellow. projects for the coming year. per These nominees were votedon he unwinds back to a prone destiny for the beers one more
hip coffee chairman: Mn. A. D. Duck, WSCS president; One of them will be of Interestto words, each year we are falling farther behind. So we arein Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the position on the fresh cut grass. day and won the tae
and Mr E. D. Austin in the four. desperate need of the proceeds from the $300 million following polling places: Post
young people The old St John's River is It Is a night of sheer splendor
Issue to four-lane miles of roads In the
bond 1,241 primary Office
Lake Geneva Walker'sService
METHODIST county area Including Clay, ; as calm as a piece of glass and and beauty, a portrait for
WOMEN'SANNUAL laid with a lovely cloth of yellow I Station
Baker Bradford and Union. Keystone
,
compliments the moon's rising man to study sod ponder, Especially
COFFEE ON and white linen. The centerpiece This Is the publication of a "We must have four-lane roads If we want to cut down Heights; Failing Service Station by reflecting a highway 'of designed by the Master
'TUESDAY MORNINGThe was a beautiful arrangement directory indicating scholarships on the state's traffic fatalities, which, If they continua at Penney Farms; Little's
Craftsman In retribution
gold and silver that runs from perhaps
Women's Society of of yellow and bronze to youth for further education the present level, could scare off tourists who by the millions Grocery, Hwy. 17, Green Cove here to eternity. for the, same day one

Christian Service of the Meth- crysanthemums.Mrs. beyond the secondary drive Into our state every y ar. Sixty-two per cent of Springs; Palmer Williamson' Around the shallow end of year ago when I our town was

odlst Church had their annual A. D. Duck, president of school. These directories will all accidents and three out of every four traffic fatalities Fruit Stand Hway. 16, Oreen my dock, a frog sings out his ripped and slammed by a hur
,coffee Tuesday morning, Sep. the Society, presided at the be made available to senior occur on two-lane roads' be said. Cove Springs! ; The Bank of serenade to the night and is ricane named "Dora.

tember 14, In the social room coffee service. She was assisted next spring.A Beaufort urged support for the road bond PI'OllImo"It!f Oreen Cove; Studebaker's Joined by others In a calliope Sam Walter Pose said It very

of the church, from 10 a.m. to by Mr. Gordon Craig Mrs.H. cookout on the Zellner for no other reason than safety; that we can save lives la Grocery, Hwy 17, Oreen Cove; of eound, much akin to the nicely "With every rose, you

13 noon. H. Robinson kept the guest riverfront lawn culminated the reason enough! Price's Grocery, Doctor's Inlet testing and warming up of a ,et. thorn but ain't the
The serving table was over- book nd Mrs. Charles Helm session. Hostesses were local --* ; O. B. Nail' Hardware, Philharmonic. roses sweet!I"
members of Delta Kappa Gamma Orange Park; Ridge wood Grocery I

including Maud Green, Ed. ACADEMY EXAMS ON NOV. 1 Hwy 21, Orange Park; .

na Homes, Joyce King, Nell Onana Grocery, Mlddleburg;
r Martin, Lucille Me Len don, Congressman D. R. Matthews, announced that an ",x and Lan,'. Grocery, Clay Hill. Don Pool'sOtwesi

I FOR AN EXPERT JOB Nelda Smith, Martha Parker, amination for designation" to the various Military Service Anyone owning real estatein

Moreen Foster, Joan Norton, Academies will be conducted on Saturday, November 8, Clay County and eligible U OODI ttAlAfDiTfaitsei5s
Eleanor Ruppert, Julia Han 1965, for all young men In this district making application urged to vote In this election.
in 1968. A a asiusy Otwesi Om
to him for in Academy appointment
cock and Martha Rogers.
CAll ON THE EXPERTS Matthews said the examination would be scheduled in FRESH GRAPES PLENTIFUL Open M Been Every DayPMeeilaMhT

several cities In Florida, and he urged all young men seeking Fresh gripes top the foods sfsssfraiDeeAts
139 YEARS OF appointments to write him before September 30. IMS, Florida homemakers will find
teaasi.. lie 10-Lk ..... t>ai MeFWtDrytlOa
f-o-r SUNDAY SCHOOL at his office, 2236 Rayburn House Office Building, Wash. plentiful during September, according

Perfect attendance awards ington, D. C. 20S15; so that arrangements can be made for to Mrs. Gladys Kendall,
a,_ OlI.1ntCO...
were presented Sunday as part them to participate In the examination Those who have marketing specialist, Florida
e e BULLDOZER need not write again. Agricultural Extension
DRAGLINE of the Rally Day program at already submitted application Service.
the Oreen Cove's First Methodist "The results of this November examination will be utilized Mrs. Kendall says the X7. a
e CLEARING: e GRADING Church. In making my selections on appointments for the Dept of Agriculture estimatesthe I

e DITCHING e BULKHEADS: The awards represent a total classes entering the Academies next year. Each applicant 1905 gripe crop at 3.S million Lit YourClay County Property with -

of 139 years of perfect attendance If nominated for an Academy, must later complete the tons, or 8 per cent larger

at the Sunday school by proper application and take required tests," Matthews than last year Flame Tokays Frank W.: Brown
examination will be conductedby and Thompson Seedless are the
24 members who received the explained. The preliminary
ROBINSON & TYLER CONSTRUCTION awards the U. 8. Civil Service Commission table varieties marketed In
heaviest volume during Sep. Lad Anaefapr
Those who were presented B. Naval
The national Service Academies Include the U
ate 1, Box 40-1A', Green Cove Sprln,.. Florida award pins and the years rep- Academy at Annapolis, the U. a Military Academy at West tember
Other foods USDA's
T. W. Tyler EUen J. Rollrea resented are: Charlotte, Debra, Point, the u. S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs and Marketing Service Consumer has Iltefslen. Ms. hlai halal -
and Revonda Hopkins, one and the U. a Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point.
Phone M1-96U or t$4-53S :year; Oretchen Stamps, three Congressman Matthews has no appointment to the U. 8. on Its September plentiful IM UM. Bgkwe* IT -- On*** Itefcf
foods .
list for Florida
:years; Wanda Fay Buttle, Michele Military Academy at West Point for next year are peanut Rena M6NN -
butter, turkeys, and fros-
O'Hara, and Venessa and *
Donlta Stamps, and John Oeo- en concentrated orange Juice.

hagen, five years; Dan Menerney HUNTING SEASONS ANNOUNCED, -- ." -l M M
Paul Craig and Oale A
..
The local hunting calendar for the 1965-68 season, asset *: r
Warner, six: years; Joan Lancaster
by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. ls as
Debra Mores, Marcus
Suttle, and Joan Crawford, follows: ,
SEE YOU ATEchie's even years; Ralph Jones, September U Marsh hen season opens state wide.

Carol Lee Craig, Jan Oarrard, October 3 First phase dove season opens.
\
Carolyn Oarrard and Kathy "
November First phase dove season close

Lancaster Robinson, and eight Jean years Ann; Jones Scott, November 13 Deer; ,' bear, turkey, squirrel and open In the Clay conservation district. "
nine yean; and Karen Hawley,
: : Woodcock and snips seasons open state-wide.
10 years to.talk to
November II Marsh hen season closes. somebody miles away .

November 34 First phase duck, goose and coot hunting ,

open state-wide, at noon.
dial direct.
IN e December I First phase duck, goose and coot season
close

December II Third phase dove season and second phase It's

OMNGEDALEWhere duck, goose and coot season open. quick.

January 1 Snipe and woodcock season close.
January 2 Deer, bear and turkey seasons close In Clay
conservation district. Easy as calling next door.

January Duck, goose and coot seasons close.

February conservation 37 Quail district and squirrel seasons close In the Clay Low station-to-station rates.

Shooting hours for all resident. game are from one-half
The Beat People Meet iWiWfcyButton hour before eunrlse to one-half hour after sunset. Shooting r

hours for all migratory game except dove are from sunriseto

ftopfe sunset; for dove the legal hours are from noon to sunset. it
.
Try
: ChooMOurRAISED 'Hunters should check their summary of hunting rile.and now.

In Florida regulations for special regulations, local exceptions and
I I wildlife management area regulations Licensee are required

after a day's fishing 'la hunk all resident and migratory game. A duck stamp is (What else that costs so little erases the miles so fast?)
I PRINTED required to take ducks: and geeee, and a public hunt per. "
.
I 'beer's the suit ls required to hunt.on wildlife management areas.
: one... BUSINESS *


,for good taste, + STATIONERY UNIFORM SERVICE PAY ACT -Ii,>' j ,

i good fun '. 10'fcr "" Public Law 89-191. "Uniform Service Pay Act of IMS. AL
:approved and signed by the President, effective this month I

4 i r J, Set & ';'authorises the following, according to Melvin T. Dixon, of I

i If I w. the Florida Dept, of Veterans Affair
4 Our NowLitterinf
(U Increases the pay of aQ enlisted men with more than
1 r ell t two years service by It per cent All officer and warrant fluff

:. I stytes That + Iouchlook officers with more than two years service by six: per cent
Ei5.'t tlefloate (2) Increases retirement pay, by approximately four percent
#' at.. ,,,,uExptmhro (3) Changes retired pay formula so that retired per.

.. cost specify' sonnet can keep up with' Increases In cost of living. <4)

f, \ Hand or Coronet Increases combat pay from the present pay of p, a monthto

\ ***Io&eecI& $65 a month. titftrinj Muted Hetionery llstment bonus. (') Provides free mall for servicemen in

butlne cord and Viet Nam or other combat tones. And (1) increase the minimum

j( business announcement*.Yev dependency and indemnity compensation to $131 a 4
month and a maximum of $317 a month.
can ,feel the rich raised .lettering
Dixon suggests any pereons having further questions
Wherever you fish for iport-on the and yovl appro on this write to him at P. O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg.John's .
the fine stationery.
quality
'
.
'I ocean, by the booming surf or on some Many letterhead and fcvslnets -
.,. '
quiet country pond it's great at the end card layout styles' M

( {f of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer. ChOOM from adaptable te Radio &TV

.i 1 1 1L While you're talking over the ones that got away. your butlneu.Aifc to tee tm

L'r or paa-frying the ones that didn't you enjoy the catalog. (HO Ai1 ZENITH

", hearty taste and cool refreshment only glass of MOW su YJCJ AMAXA NORdE APPLIANCESKiptritnted

(?, ,..beer can fire you so well Yes whatever your -
CLAY COUNTY
, Service On All Makes d) Model
, port-bowling>> or strolling golfing or gardeninga
.! IIRT1NO CLAY COUNTY OVER It YKAJU @ Southern Bell
frosty glass of beer makes a naturally CRESCENT -e-e-

(: great accompaniment / %\ Green Cave StrUgeFhes 24 West Walnut Street Green COT Spring

( A UNITED ITATN....t ",oClAno,,. INC. '\y .!-31M Phone 2&-3122

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Flay High News By FOLLY PATERSONThe REVIVAL SEPT. 1048 SERVICES SET FOR I TO DUNBAR GRID RETURNS WARS M H S'IIB&& Penney Forms I

BLACK POND BAPTIST By Thoomaa Slogans HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone SM-MSt I
After a one year lay-off the
held the annual election: of Freshman Class officersare Revival services will beginat Panthers of Dunbar High once Dr. A. David Thaeler Jr., children and grandchildren Two new residents at Me
Black Pond Baptist Church
their class officers. Only hardworking : President Debbie Ham 20 again return to the gridiron. will be the preacher Sundayat has been a Joy beyond words. mortal Home Community were
and cheerful students el, Viet President Woody Mlddleburg. on September Just prior to their departure, the Penney Memorial This coming Thursday we will introduced at the close of Sunday
were chosen who possess high Mulford, Secretary Debbie and continue through Septem. the,fighting Panthers had established Church 10:IS services The continue our trip homewardover School last Sunday
1w" ? qualities of leadership ability. Sloan Treasurer Sarah Pe- ber 28, with services each evenIng a reputation for their Rev. C. M. Ackerman will as the handsome Blue Ridge Mrs. Ruth Hill Miller ar
I at 7:30: o'clock.
The Senior Class of 1985-68 rea aggressive brand of play. sist. Mountains and visit our son rived Aug. 31 and Is living In
are; President-Ronnie Heath Friday, September 17, the Rev C. W. Carter pastor The year's layoff is expect The Rev. Dr. George Howard again at Raleigh N. C And the Quadrangle Apt F-23. A
.v wJ Vice President Jon Stump Clay High Blue Devils plan said that the visiting minister ed to have its effect but de- will teach the Sunday school I finally back home for retirement graduate nurse, she was born
Secretary-Treasurer Than- to open the football season would be Rev. Tom M. Collins spita this the team as a whole lesson at the combined adult i at peaceful Penney in Scranton, Pa., and her last
na Edwards. Chaplain- Owen I with a victory over the Palatka a well known Southern Baptist shows fine potential.The classes at 9:18: o'clock. Farms. Somehow we cannot place of residence before coming .
: High School football team. Evangelist from Jacksonville. team this year is under Mrs. Helen Springer will get over to Carl Mclntlre's to MHC was Winchester
Ivey.The Junior Class officers The game will be played' In 'There will be" good singing the tutelage of Joe Love*and lead the Intercessory prayer again Was much In hope to Center Conn. She has held
art:President-Joey Sobatta, Palatka starting st 1:00 p.m. and fellowship Rev. Carter his assistant Remard Haw. meeting on tomorrow morning get there even for a few days, various church offices In connection
Vice President -Melba Bryan Unlike last year, Injuries have .said "and we encourage :you thorn. Both are former athletes at 9:30: o'clock. but we can't." with different branch-
Secretary Join Crawford, been minor and will prevent to come and hear the soul-stir of Bethune-Cookman Col \ ea of church work.
Treasurer Terry Turner. only one member of the team rinK messages of this man of le,.: Coach Love states that Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Ooet- Mrs. J. J. Hoffmann returned Mrs. Miller has one married
The Sophomore Class officers from participating in this God. Christians will be drawn Hawthorne is doing an excellent 'se write "We are nearing the home from the hospital and daughter Mrs Raymond Allen -
FOLLY rArr RSON are: President Jimmy game. This Is a good sign that,, closer to God and sinners topentance. Job of moulding the end of our stay; In the old her :youngest son, David Is living at Endwell N. Y..
Lumpktn Vive President the players are In good shape, lines Into a close-knit fighting : Quaker City, Philadelphia. A taking! her to his home In St. who has two children, Nancy
Wednesday September 8. the Kris Hartman SecretaryTreasurer for they have been practicing Unit. week ego we attached our Petersburg for rest. He Is a and Lois Allen
udcnU of CUT High School Joe Krauss.; diligently since August In preparation daily therapeutic\ exercises Larry Wolfe, Robert Smith. grandson's wedding In Quaint director of the Florida Presbyterian -
lor'the upcoming properly he wishes to regain' Riley Crowley Freddie Solo 'I Ephrata Pa. Drove over forty College In St. Peters Miss Freda E. Jones arrived!
season. normal use of his elbow. This mon and Vandy Johnson are miles through the most beautiful burg. on Sept. 4 and Is living In the
SHOP FOR CAPITALMPROVEMENTS' While at football practice on will exempt Craig from playing I the top lettermen returning. farm lands and rolling Quadrangle Apt. O-8. Miss
Labor Day', Craig Maguire took football for the rest of the Once the team gets the necessary hill sides. Even bought homemade Miss Sarah E. Toy left Jacksonville Jones was a teacher and Is ft.
an unfortunate fan and dislocated year and possibly basketballas : experience the Panthers' bread from the Amish last Saturday for New 1 number of the Methodist de
his elbow. He was tak- wept I opponents can .xpect some formidable folks. And having seen all our Bern, N. C., to visit relatives. nomination. Her last place of
en to Clay Memorial Hospital When asked about his elbow i opposition. She will return to Penney' residence before coming here
WITH A PCA Immediately and kept there for Craig Just smiled and I Ereryone: is asked to give all PRESIDENTIAL FACTS Parma In about two months I' was Kingston Pa. She was a
IN NEW BOOKBT
RELATED
2lour. Craig now has a said "It hurts." : the support possible through I Sunday School teacher, activeIn
[INTERMEDIATETERM splint on his right arm which Mr. Jack Williams, representative their attendance at gsmes. u. or r. PRESS Returning to Penney !'anna'' the Women's Society of
Which United StatesPresidents
LOAN he will have to wear for three of the Herff-Jones Company The team Joumles to Perry two dismal failures a week ago Dr. J. W. er.llh:1 Christian Service and related
weeks, and he says he finds In Gainesville, came to'' September IT, for their first T students were of historycould ton reported visits to a daughter -, groups, and on various com
writing left-handed a very slow Clay High Monday to fit the' game and opens Its home slate at Highlands, N. J., a eon I mittees.
Yp I. process. After the splint Is removed Juniors for their Senior Class' with Jasper September 34. pick them out In a moment at Wellesley, Mass.. and a; Miss Jones was a delegateto
Warren O. Hardingand
[years to repay he will have to do rings. With Mr. Williams came, B. Orant. daughter In Cleveland Ohio.' the Puerto Rican Annual
Ulysses
member of Bishop
Duproe former football' Later he spent three weeks at Conference;
Larry
SAN LEBRTDO Holman Hamilton tells of
likes* yea compare the esl .( player from the University of I Platte Lake near Honor Mich. Corsnn's Pllgrtmage'Tour; and
[PCA SaaMtaf with certain ether I Irepr..ntaUve INCORPORATED I presidential myths and facts been requested to attend
has
Dr. R. Timothy CarterOptometrist Florida, who will soon be a At Platte Lake he enjoyed an
i which have carrying charges, a for Hertf-Jones Ban Lebrydo Lumber Co., I down through Dwight Elsen unusually cool season havinga the Methodist World Conference
.
fees as4. Interest prepay also. Of Mlddleburg, has been char hower In his book "Whit." fire each evening and sleepIng ., In London In 1986 as a delegate.
4.yovHsoewaystpaystosJU* House Images Realities H.
blanket .
oommlttee of students tered by the state as a corporation under an electric
A small
ffWlI. Bay sealer capital amta Anneanees New Office Hearse tells of the Presidential...,
i for yew Cans with oasis s *... rrt. representing the Junior I with 10,000 shares at II what makes up the composite
rraJII'I4' tUecqt.an I. a Nee. class met with Mr. Williams par value authorised.
. president and of the greats
I II .t.lUI
PCA and chose several ring models Incorporators sfo Mrs. Bryan
and failures that have served
Hwy.. 17, Oranto Park from which the Juniors picked Jennings, Bryan Jennings, Jr., People Judge /??
......... 0Me1MAa as head of the nation.
184 .till Jennings
Phone their ring. This year the students Dorothy; Sandrtdge
Holman that Hardingand
h..se- M* aMgswsef Avow 1, will get oblong rings Instead and Gordon Sandrldge. says s
Eye Examinations, Contact Orant resembled one a. Your Status r,
of the traditional round The new corporation Is In the Int.llectualllmltaUoni. s
Mate BUN FaMfta JaekseerriBo> Lenses, Glaaaes nother in their
Wet IA 143p TeL IT 4-lMt rings of former classes lumber business. In their laxness, In
their fussiness. and In their By Your *

reliance on advisors who were
PARTRIDGEWELL Of dubious ability and Integrity BusinessStationery
While steelworkers In Grant's
J time labored twelve hours a ls'

'Going Off DRILLING day, seven days a week the !
: chief executive limited his
work day to five hours.
1 t oo COMPANY Interesting presidential Information h
r, e SJNCI ISM la brought out in
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ITo School the University of Florida _
JOCK AND AITISIAN WINO Press.
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became congressman from printed stationery to elegant In appearance.
Georgia and finally the Whig We have a complete catalog of letterhead
Home County News! candidate for IOVI"*>r, ins bvslneti card and announcement styles and layout
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LIFE, HOSPITAL & ACCIDENT INS. (Continued: from Page, 1) (Continued: ,from Pare 1)) tm Here's' Good News! g|

.. .. .AGES UP TO 80 -
Members of the School Board
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If you are one who thought you could not buy insurance
on account of your age, fill in your name and took the position the only way NEW LOW-
address: their mlllage could be cut at : :

Name . . .. . ... . .. . . . . .. . .... .. .. . .. all would be to exclude from
their new budget provisions for : :
Address . .. .. . . . ... .. ... . .. . .. . . housing more than 500 stud RETAILS
who have been added to
(}Mill to P. O. Box 972, Green Cove Springs, Fla. No ents
the school enrollment this
.
obligation) year. "Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef
Mild and Mellow
According to a School Board
I spokesman, the current operating CHUCK
cost (exclusive of capital 1.
EIGHT
WEEKEND ;
I ALWAYS SHOP MAYHUGH'S outlays) of educating each of
the County's 8,018 students Is QIGHTCfrfE
now $477 a year, approximately '
rs three quarters of which Is O'CLOCK ROAST

I M, labeled operating expendituresOf .. .'
+ '
Rm this, only $127.42 comes W.
e from local sources COFFEE SeaueC.t
Broward blanked out the front of the Laurel Drove home 43C
To house and provide teachers ?
\ of Mr and Mrs Frank Arnall, again, for neighborhood privacy and equipment for 530 additional GROUND. )
The houses severity is softened by the unconventional trelliswork students who enteredthe CUSTOM .N
n.oo SheTABU brick treatment !in the wall facing the street. this \ Sultana Quick From AO Verities

SPRAY I 1 t $2.4988a .., year,County school school officials system say the MB. BAG 3-LB BAG 'MEATJHNNERS"-I .: I':3:
total cost will be close to $800
Size + 000, including approximately "Super-Right* Delicious Smoked'SUetd

BACTINE CREAM 1 t t 79tI f ing$377,000 principal, $110,844 for,'a 17 for new teachers the school salaries,'build,a librarian ofa 69 199 CHIPPED; BEEF,3'' "". $1"

Sic SizeSTRIDER ,a secretary and a custodian "Swper-RlfU* fta Quality Minute,

I PADSMETAMUGIL t 1 t ,79 I tIn ment.$64,000. for$30,000 miscellaneous for land equip, and .r.rm'u IItBlllr.a" CUBED.STEAKS: 9.1' ,< 99<

( "lnataDt" $2.97 Sine If these funds are lopped off .If You I Like Goo GiftsSuper Rlgk'-Fr.s Only
e $2.29 this year's budget and these GuvUND BEEF :$$1 1,39'I ,
l 1 1 students kept in over-crowded I"'I .
\ I classrooms, the County ..ys.tem' Grade "A" Quick Froien Plump
greens Giant Size accreditation is not only
ROOM DEOD.SPRAY $1,19 jeopardized but It will delay ;
another year the urgent build : : Baking Hens
Stainless Steel BladesWILKINSON ing program that cannot be ac- PUUDH
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comodated fully by the $1 million M
69 in revenue certificates that 4 UC-Lb.
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designing the Laurel Orove home of.Dr. and Mrs Fred will be sold within' the next 30 Average 35c
NEW! StalnleM Steel Injector Blade. R Armbruster, Broward "tried to redefine" a two-story house days, they said. M LB. .. .
BLADES by making it'as vertical as possible" In a rebellion against the .ra wr
PERSONNA 7 69c horizontal .pllt.l.vel" houses whose second stories appear to FOR TilE BEST In all-round N
bo second thoughts, the architect did a reverse-English on the rood printing try the CRESCENT .w BTAMPI .w
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.. The medication you CURRIER:, &; IVES" CLAYTHZATKI
pick yourself may be useless A Men's Toiletries BUY A BOOK A WEEK!

or dangerous , Let ()SETS or SINGLES) I Campbell's- ChIcken Rice,.Chicken Noodle or'Vegetable: t Beet .
your doctor diagnose, let us Hot LatherSCHICX Greea Cm tprfaws p N

fill your prescriptions. SHAVESEE Box Monday Office Opens thru Friday 1.45 TM. SOUP 3 ,,r 49cDel t

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$1.00 CAN Features At 7 I TM.Saturday .
THEN SEE US! 89 f The Interior Is made spacious, by high ceilings and a and Sunday Monte Golden Corn, Slised! Beets, Yellow CIi ;.1'eacbes'or Otmll'J1PEAS
minimization of what Is purely functional: the staircase, Instead Continuous from S PJH. ?
The Wsltreen Agency
of dominating the entry, Is lifted to make a rock garden Thur.A I-Lb.
Fri. 990
opening Into the living area and takes those who have to go 5
n, 16, A 17lI.B
StorePRESCRIPTION upstairs through the work (kitchen) area. Sept.
Mayhugh Drug A small balcony enlarges a master bedroom. and Dr Arm.bruster OTD.1190NI Sultana Qt. Jar Jane Parker French 1.Lb. $-.*. Each:
and his wife delight In sitting there late when their J
SPECIALISTSPhone neighbors are abed listening to the night sounds., W .LLACH' SALAD DRESSING .35t APPLE PIE I I I I s 9 45*
Broward Bays "our materialistic society catches' too many I IAi&.i.EACSat.
..... Dtttclon l-U.i-e Each,
284 9801 14 Magnolia} I of us in Its thrall before we have time to taste any true artistic ,...,-eoLOa..."... Maxwell house Jar ,Jaa Parker *
values \ INSTANT COFFEE 41.89 LEMON PIE 39
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that't where tbe'!>1f begins! With newCbeJrlin'e -
the""Hull** p o1iDe& The fuels a. . Be4 Desktew w JeMthaa l Ii

aimed at your modern car and the hfe-on- CRISP APPLES 4 1&-" 39ja. 25 EXTRA nrn :

wheels you lead. For sparkling power,new r.a. r stAIIPS
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