The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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GC. Gets FinanceCo. Charter Watermelon & Pidgin English 1'

L As A Matter of Fact I Local Finance Corp., of I'I

Oreen Cove has been granted
a charter according to an
Feature First 4-H
announcement mad. this week Camp ;:

Vacation bonus payments to non-salaried employea of b1 Secretary of State Tom

Burlington Industrie will total approximately $58 million Adams. *4I I vOt, .
in the company's 1964 fiscal year, according to Charles A. The new company, which will 'u''' r' ,
McLendon. vice president In charge of penonneL deal In the finance business w Seventeen .
Some $3.5 million will be paid to employes of the diver- Is authorized 1,000 shares of Boys and .1"I
sifted textile' firm In the next few weeks, he said. Bonuses common stock with a par valueof II I

paid last Christmas totaled $2.1 million $60 I I Girls In G. Owens Own I
Over 49,000 employes at Burlington plants in 17 states Inoorp raters are Berwick
receive the payments with the Individual amounts depending Anderson, Thomas H. Henry
on length of service Nearly two-thirds of Burlington's eligible and S. D Saunders, all of Heaven Learn 4 H's
employee receive the equivalent of two-weeki' pay. Oren Cove. Papers of Incorporation -
The bonuses are paid in addition to benefits provided were filed by Mr.
by Burlington's Profit Sharing Retirement Plan for non-sal Anderson. By Oe r|* Owtn
aried employees. Members of the plan. In 196) had approximately Seventeen Clay County youUu were among more than
$U million credited to their accounts which was OP U &100 teen seen from five northeast Florida counties who Joined
Youngstrs In the annual District V 4-H teen-age camp, held at Camp
equivalent to about 3 S per cent of the member employe wages.
Cherry Lake, near Madison, last wtek.
-*-*- Europe DounJ 1'M Dodging Afternoon showers for the entire four days, the
.. busy youngsters managed to participate In three hours of
Sales tax collections In the County last month were approximately
cent Dr. Edwin p Heinrich, headmaster claaaes each day plus a full schedule! of swimming, lame, and
10 per higher than In May while statewide
of St. Johns Country leisure! time,
they fell approximately 10 per cent
Day School in Orange Park, Clsss &topics were built around the four "HI"! of the ,
In the County, sales tax collections last month were approximately I .,
and Mn Helnrlch. will leave club's emblem "lleed!. Heart Health and Hands". The
57 per cent over those of two yean ego I
on Saturday with 14 studentsfor groups discussed cltlsenshJp "Our American
Florida Heritage", "Vsl
According to J. Ed Straughn director of the -
a 34-day trip to Europe. nee to Live By", and "Career
Exploration. The cheese were
Revenue Commission, collections In the County last month .
Among these led by Florida Agricultural!
accompanying Extension Service specialists Betty
totaled close to $24.500 which would reflect taxable sales of ,
approximately $813,000. For the month earlier, County collection Dr. and Mrs. Helnrlch will be: Mifflin Oordon White Roger Hill and !It. Johns County
Anne Agent Peultbnkln I .
Ramsaur daughter of
were $22,280. up from $16.323 In June 1963 and from
$14,500 a year earlier.Blmultaneoual1. Mr. and Mrs Oray C. Ram- As with each ..n camp the youths spent 30 minutes. each
Strsughn announced gasoline tax collections slur: William Covlngton. son \, / ," morning cleaning ramp, Iruludlng the 14 cabins which housed
In the County last month were more than $46,000 of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus CovInaton '. ': 1111 the campers, who were responsible for all phase of the pro
up from $41.000 In the year earlier period. Lst month's gas : Lary Oray son of 'r 5 rep ., grant which Included! regular Assemblies,, flag rUlng, work r
oline sales In the County totaled 1I ',&2e gallon Commander and Mrs Oordon detail, recreation! vesper services, and the always popular ,
Checks' for $14,000 from the state race track tax funds Oray: Jean Mallory daughter canteen teutons.On .
have been mailed to each of the (7 counties, according of Mr. and Mrs. B. Mallory N* tUMntmi en.... thst ......... With ladle* awtJl& highlight of the camping session was the Thursday
Btatr Comptroller Ray aVOree. ., The trip was especially arranged leg them tt breaafsst betas ........ry t* wash awey night cook out featuring steaks, potatoes, salad and dessert
The comptroller'I J4 ttTM+kmal payment for the for students by Dr. ...* .f the wilderness "ara" with sap end wet*r, Aatt g Friday night featured a camp fire ceremony during which
current fecal year ui'ft make UM total received by each Helnrkh, Alitalia Airline, and lbs wh patient .f th* aM.*.IU.* wr.' L t* ..', Chart**' Eddie Taylor, Marsh Jones, Cheryl' Knowlss, Joanne Swan
County from the rae {track tax fund $3)4,000 the highest Wtarton-Wllllams Tr-vel Agency IMsgl. *< Ik AiftMtlM. end Jerry $*. *,....., .( Key son, and Carol Ana perma( told the story of the 4-H club
In lh.rhIrlafy..IsthateL Each county Teestved" $206.800 jyt Jacksonville.*After five .t_***_IMshtOr__ *_._ emblem a ..11&( .10..,. Following this, the group aang songs
last year. days in London and environs, and toW some tall tees
Oreen Mid the nest *rmen' would be In the'earl1laa. the group proceeds to Paris 11 Eddie Taylor. OreeA Core Bprlngs, served M 4-II camp
Cont. on Page Eight: chairman and Anne Pralor of CaiUhan served M vise chair
A *- man. Camp chairman was ... Johns County Howe Demonstration

JUKI KEPOKT OF BAT OUNCE NIW ITtDENT e: 1 .t- & Agent Nettle Ruth Drown Assistant Duval Agent
I . Tom Dradilork was vice chairman
Direct Clay Osmty pert Defense : ,r J Clay County youngsters' attending the teen see camp
June 3 Fir Dept meeting Keystone Volunteer Three school In the i wtre j Carol Ann Spearman, Joanne 'w&nIOfCht,1 Know Us,
June 2 Completed standard First Aid Class and commencing "County are now accepting Marsha Jones, Kancy Honk, Ruth Ann Maxwell. Eddie Tay.
advanced First Aid Class Oren Cove registrations from students 4 I lor, Jon Mump. Boot. Smith. John Oroner, Mike KoprUkl.
June S CS3. conference at University of Florida attendedby entering local! schools for the 4' Victor Duprte Jerry Mooneyruun. John Oooghagen Mara

Director\ and Deputy; Director W Bean. first time, according to q q r Geiger, Willie Anderson, and Craig Magulre.Loral .
June t Submitted request State office for CD equipment School Superintendent-elect rr e, ,+ rear agents attending& were Sandra Rme and O.orgeOwen .
requested by A. DrlnkwaUr and CD. Director, Area Jesse P. Tynes. iI' PrencM Owen sll n 1 and Orange Park. Clay High, the Oreen Core r The camp could hare very well been sailed "The Won
June I Clay County Commission meeting. Junior High and the Charles 1 I; oVrful World ef Ih* en-Ager Spending& a fen days with
June I City Keystone Council meeting. 1:. Bennett l Elementary 'J this sin group Is quit sn tsptrienc Viola Dupre and Mike
June II Submitted budget to County Clerk for fiscal 118465 School win accept rgltn* 1 '4' 1toI>>1d1. both f.1l1n lotr-wuh a ping pong table, with 40
for approval County CommUtlon. LIon of new students from ";r' hour .f( playing Urn, With Mrs.' ttalnee, the camp AUtklarw
June IS Submitted request State office-Tanker truck for o'clock until noon on Mon. watching, Brotl Smlll) and John Oroner *bom>> Doctors Inlet volunteer fire dept. dire through Fridays this j Un-Mlons, and hid them for later eonsumptton. This was ww
Jun. II Quinn R.Banan Co, rescue truck 3000-mile checkup month. .11| planned and a."" .... M the great train ,.,...". That
June 11 Florida' Development Commission surplus property All County public school 1 ; xe Cr Ms hi the entire camp wee fed' ad t In* waUrmekm they soul
dlv.) equipment Doctors Inlet volunteer' Fire Dept will except new student reg set. but" I rsn reiruNnbcr that watermelon always tasted
June 2. Received request for rescue unit to stand by during I UtraUons b-tlnnlng August better the other wsy. Joanne Bwarwon taking lessons In the
swimming program July 1-1. 30. Mr, Tynr said Details T-nird from HIM "end amp '11"". Th swimming eon-
'Jur .t7 Training Program for rescue unit use of this August pre-,rool I lest was called off and Eddie T ;Uw was a sure winner In
Estwrgettry CaHs Male er Atalt4. regUtratlon will I I I be en. ii i the *ni. 0vU..rt Con,",* Th sew way la get add****!
June 2 Man with Injured beck. OllCl'\llPlMnt'l nounred at a later data t. a I emthange Jack** with girl when your Jatlet U returped
(Continued from Page Two j there would be the wanUd address In the haslet Jon Stump
--- crtwn prince ef the amp, the great kvcr. John Grew H
'i FranM OWMS: *"(,.. Owen ...' hard I* imderstsnd you-*,
New Management At GCS Winn Dixie ** MUM, latBvtsaM. whit Rtorty . ." Th 47 You Just sld !t. insult ever ,.,.,-.Iow do I know where,
Meets wtlh a fUf Wy s M.*ay, M, la this pWoer by Over Yentfvr II'" Tn dsfMwaiMre. round. "1'..&-.** arid
Cbeeyl KMW|* and lewS R.IIb, U4h *f steers Or, the grtoUH ef then all. The Monksy"- Anyone wanting .Is*.
c eon on how t* di. &the Monksy", plow. gall SMdr Rene.,.
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TWO QJlay Bounty Crescent! v 'THURSDAY JULY 9, 1M

(Clag{ QIountv drcscent! Around and Aboutby Magnificent Failures 1 1DB. -

HUGH SMITH r- r BY Dr. George Reward

Jottikkcr "Well, here we go again," I tell my doll of twentytwoyears preachers of such high idej

"More and more taxes-more and more law. We i' 4-H Club [ have had to suffer so mm\ n
can't pay the taxes and would have to spend two days of t I Ingratitude and mloundersUn

by DUNCAN GRONERIt the week studying old and new laws to keep from being Ing u did his first cents i

criminals. I already work two days for the government apostle. He was not
the national outing day. Men and women and only &!
and if I have to study the other two to keep out of the News
secuted by those 'who
children streaked up and down end across the highways of shot, .
Bastille, that leaves two days to make grits and beans :
have backed him
the nation. The woods were alive with happy folk eatingant and nuan ,
sandwiches. And at the beaches they swam, floated I work Sundayl""Just resented by his fellow chr:]

lounged and bobbed In the water from Maine to the Keys how do rivers get dredged, or roads built or post Pr .' Uans, but he had to tuft

and from Washington State down to the Up of lower Call offices put up without taxes" she says . By George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra L. Reese !the handicap of a physical a
fords emerging occasionally to bit at food they would, on ment. But he never weaker
other day, throw In the face of a restaurateur and "Or welfare programs, or tractors for Cambodia, or I and In the Roman prison vbi,
4-H A
any Iceboxes for Laplanders and all !the other dang things the In Russia there are no UJ3. industry has backed 4-H
guzzle. Cokes beer and a variety of other potablesTo small business man has to pay for that the governmentgives I Clubs to teach boys and girls a work right from the beginning. he sees the executioner COD

most of these It was a national outing day. To away?" I retort- I better way of life and work; no It provides technical know- he says farewell to his frlenIn ;t

others It wu a day on which Fear rode the highways. To agricultural extension service to how, financial aid and recognition these victorious words, '?.
others it had other connotations Mamma stirs her coffee and gives me that why-don't- show better methods for raising More than 55 leading business I am already on the point ,

you-ahut-up look and says will I hush long enough to paaa crops and livestock; no specialists firms cooperate with the I GEORGE HOWARD being; sacrificed; the time
I came out of the water at Vllano after watching a the sugar to help Improve homemaking extension service and the Nat my departure has come I hi

school of porpoises and to my friend standing on the beach. "For skills; no business men to ional 4-H Service Committee In Every situation In life Is a I fought the good fight, I ha bi I
1 wondered out loud if some of them had one back-fin and your information, I say, "this country was not support !"massive, informal, sponsoring Individual projects. field upon which.we can earn finished the race. I have kei;
others had two. That moved him to recite a tale of having founded on unfair taxes and unjust laws that cannot be educational program" which victory or suffer defeat Ker- the faith" (2 Timothy 4,6,7))

watched a mother! porpoise fight off a shark attacking her understood, obeyed or enforced In fact, history prove Includes 4.H.However Today there are at least I nahan war born In Ireland r "I've come to talk to
led to talk of self-preserva beyond any doubt whatever that when the old workingman three dozen areas of 4-H Club but about fOut: said
young. And that In turn tome I without ar msor legs,, heI your, &1c\
tion; and that to a fairly serious discussion of the dog-eat gets a belly full of fat-headed politicians he does some Premier Khrushchev work. I I had a ?finely tempered wWI (I preacher to Bob ZngersoU d

dog attitude that has attained some degrees of fashion thing about it. Way back yonder in 1785-March 24th to I did learn something about I power. He not only educated famous lawyer and athtJ

among those who call It self-preservation. On this, we were be exact the Limeys hit our colonists with what they called the Cooperative Extension Ser- Some of the newer programs himself but became a ikllled I I "Well. said Xngersoll. "U &
the Stamp Act. It was a ax to support the Limey and their sponsors are: Photography I
In some disagreement army vice during his visit to the UJS. horseman lie had a special Christians will tell me why ym;
the colonies and they taxed everything from newspapersto In a Pravda article, Krushchev: Eastman Kodak; Conservation saddle made and he learned I I God lets bad people prop

"You know" my friend said "when you come to think playing cards What's more, they did It without so much revealed a "secret- the Russian John Deere; Foods- how to handle the reins with and good people suffer I'd twilling
of It, there's never been anything we've really seen .,,- u a how-de-do to the colonists-or having any of the colonists people. He admitted that Nutrition,General Foods;Alumni his shoulders He jumped his to talk to you-"

eye on: politics history music well you name it." represented when they decided on this tax Old Ben certain extension practices were Recognition, Olin Math- hone over high fence and The old preacher
I had never really thought about it but it suddenly Franklin warned the Limeys they were lookln for big trouble "borrowed" when the Soviet leson; Dog Care and Training' ,
won several races. He ran for you me why it
dawned on me that this wonderfully candid friendly com and sure enough six months or thereabouts later, a bunchof Ralston-Purtna.
agricultural system was over
: political office and was elected that when !the wicked *
ment war the qulnteuence, !the whole meaning and testimonial freedom riders from Boston sneaked aboard a tub called I
hauled recently Fifty years ago there were to the British Parliament A It ruins them and when U
of the day we 'were observing wu not, except the 'Peggy Stewart' and dumped all the tea aboard Into the I
only a few projects growing and !
; man without arms legs good suffer It makes the
Incidentally, an outing day; an epidemic of sand and ant- drink, then set fire to the ship and yelled like crazy when "I have In mind," he said, tomatoes and canning them; I! Beethoven was born of an better?" :
laden food and Cokes and beer and sunburn. The day wasa somebody shot a flaming arrow through the Limey flag on the Introduction of scientific
growing corn and raising pits alcoholic father and a tubercu Jesus, from the standpoli
re-affirmation of a quite passionate- belief In the right to the mainmast. achievements. In the United
to eat the corn lout mother. While itlll younghe of the world, was overwhelmIngly
disagree Lhe'oblliation to disagree of those who wroughtthis States .Aoaeriea a farmer's
wilderness, this America into greatness. "You are talking about an English tax on a colony service exists under the snlver-, :I Sponsors that have supported became stone deaf But he I defeated. Everythlr
with" he wenton. that belonged to the crown" my doll says "And I fall to kept on hearing wonderful seemed to be against him *
"You're not the only one I've disagreed allies and neges The agents 4-H for 20 or more years
see why you are ranting and raving about the taxes that 1 I symphonies In his soul. Why was born In a stable, a son
In the
"I guess I've taken as many unpopular position meet with the farmers and ,er- are;
community as you have. Borne disagreed and got mad and are levied against the citizens of a representative govern secede them te Introduce this I I I I II do children love to read about poor peasants, and he fr
ment. I I Armour and Company: SantaFe Robinson Crusoe T Because It quently had no roof und
forgot It. Some have held grudges Some took my or that method, help them In
Railway; Burlington Railroad Is the story of how one man which to sleep. He was anUr
u a personal affront. I can understand getting mad. "Haa everything to do with 111" I holler "It's got to organization of production and
I ; Milwaukee Railroad shipwrecked on lonely Island nixed by the moat
I do myself But I never stay mad more than five minute the point where my so-called representatives can haul off furnish them with plans. I I ; a religlo1\
understand mad with someone who has a Chicago A North Western Railway learned, not only how to people of his day, forsaken t
I cant staying and raise their own salaries to more than I can make In ten
!this once and He got mOlt of the extension ; Coats Clark; Conrad keep himself alive and fed, but his own disciples and fins!
of view. only come way
different point
years-and they tax me to pay HI! Purthermore I don'trecall
briefly to hate. Hating doesn't leave enough picture, but apparently missed Hilton Hotel; Cudahy Packing I how to convert the Island Intoa condemned to an Ignomlnoi\
here too
even one of them asking me if I thought he was worth a I
love and to produce. That's what we're here the role of extension for the : Company: Firestone; Illinois garden and build a home death on Roman cross B
time to , ,
what he Is being paid before he voted himself a raise!
for. I mean love In the Biblical sense of loving your neighbor last (0 years In developing the II Central Railroad; for himself In It. he was not embittered by
." "Furthermore-" I go on, "they put new taxes on my 4-H Club program al Harvester; Kerr Jnternauon-I; I Paul of Tarsus, after Jesus, this It looked as If his mini

Out of the corner of my eye I saw the porpoises again boat not long ago and then told me 'what I had to carryin In the early days of 4-H ,!the stock Conservation Incorporated Is the towering personality of had failed; but he himself.

But I would not mention it for fear of side-tracking him.I the boat If I ran It. If these dang people are so con trained extension agents worked ; Montgomery Ward; I the New Testament. He was no failure His towering prsonallty

was becoming more and more convinced I was listeningto cerned about my safety, why the heck don't they send a with the children of farm Sears-Roebuck Foun da tion; Christianity's tint great missionary. still commands t

a deeply and instinctively civilised man and that without parol boat up Black Creek and get the logs out of the families. The plan provided !the I,I Wilson A Company: Standard Nevertheless, few reverence and love of human!
casual channel I see a lot of Hooligans checking: boat registrations Oil (Ohio); Oeneral Motors;
any real consciousness of what he was saying, his
wedge that opened the door for I tItt+#'FF4 e + ***++ :
talk was the affirmation of an American, deeply felt but I havent seen even one of them removing water the agents to reach the farmers I I American 011 Foundation

"in tell you thishe went on. "If we at the mill; hazards""Well" and their wives-
I Collectively they make the
if we In Oreen Cove or Clay County or Florida can't live
she says; "There Isn't anything you can do National 4-H Club Congress
with each other In mutual trust and some understanding of It has been suggested that
about It, so you might, M well quit yelling and read the possible One of the most coveted -
the other fellow's problems and compulsions always, always funnies." Khrushchev might further Improve 59iIjiiuitiLEADERS
awards for a 4-H'er Is the
reserving the right to disagree with his attitudes, how farming under eommun-
trip given to one boyor
can we expect the Ul\lte41tatea to live In peace with, well, "That's exactly what I'm,yelling about," I yelL "No Um If he also had initiated\ a congress
state In .
girl per a specific
well say the Russians who have no right to disagree" body thinks they can do anything: about It. What about program for youth patternedafter
"Hate and vengeance," I ventured, leading him back .* old Patrick Henry Nobody thought he could do anything the 4-H clubs. Seventy program Altogether about 1600 ,

to my earlier theory,""are Instinctive Our Ideal the whole either but he did I In fact, he talked George Washington other foreign countries have. young people from 50 tales
travel to each laU to
'concept of Western civilization, Is opposed to hate and Into taking charge of the Continental Army with the handleof But Russia lacks the Incentive Chicago

vengeance But very few of us ever attain that degree of General-end what's more-Oeorge dldnt take a dime and backing provided by private participate in this educationalevent Ml N. ORANGE AVE. GREEN COTE: SPRINGS

civilisation that hates hate. for his services . You know any Generals today work enterprise ...-
"You like Warner said "1 dont. You think some Ing for that kind of money?" +* Mil
-- -- -
of our Presidents are great and I think they're not You esnrtl
like another! "Why dont you shush'- mother murmurs- I IPAGE
like one Presidential candidate and X one. Do
you hate me for disagreeing with you?" "All right, all right! Right now we are being taxed
for our home, car, boat, trailer, bank account; and and
No, I told him. On the contrary I thought, I would
go far to find such a friend , and Oreen Cove will go everything else that moves on the road on two or more

far to find such a citizen before we see the likes of Co.1' ,,- wheels-next will be your Mlxmaster, air-conditioner, vacuum
cleaner and kitchen clock . "
How about that?

Owing again "Well," says mother, "they Just better not-and If The Bank of Green Cove Springs

they do, you ran just bet yourself a brand new dollar bill
we will have a woman for and "
governor Presidentmm !
As A Matter of FactContinued

Know Your Bank
'front Page One - -

June I Standing by for possible drowning Lake Kerr-

false alarm)* ,4 ,

June I.. Drowning St-! Johns River-man and boy, -

June 4 Pour escaped prisoners (Road block), USED GARS

June I Fire White Bands Lake. I

June 1 Auto on fire Highway :31. I Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. l > yt
June S Standing by Heavy Weather report. M'Ir 'lee Berwick Anderson General Counsel of the Bank,'II

June 1 Suipected drowning Klngaley Deach. scuba searched Greet Csve 8>rtiurtWkn u
area (false alarm), : a native of Pensscota.e .
A teller Otal U Made Van New Witt Make It!
June'11 Report of children In danger a t Brooklyn Bridge Taking his undergraduate work at the University of

June II Auto accident east side Lake Geneva (one person $7sm$7144WJ ; 1 Florida, he studied law at the University of Virginia, graduating

lightly injured). M
b there in 1JJ1 with the degree of bachelor of law-
June II Fire. Highway 100. a

June II Fire. tact Highway 100 <( June 1Man with heart attack Walker Service Bt'Uon. 1 Pksuae Direct line
June, JO Tornado alert Klngsley ll eeh. lai Isl-mi GO fi when upon hearing that a first rate lawyer was badly

June J4 Fire Highway 114 needed In Omen Cove, he removed here with his family.

-*- He Is married to the former Hued Morgan of Jackson

The County's four qualified munlclpallUee will get more .. ---' ville. They have one daughter Catherine, II yean old.
than M.SOO from May cigarette tax collections, according to
Richard B. Keating, director of the 8UU Beverage Drpt. BERWICK ANDERSON

Of this amount. Or.en Cove will get more thaw lull New Management General Mewl ",

Mr. Keating said a check for 4XIII will be matted to the :

County 1 largest municipality. Orange Park wtU receive.

3,731.4Keystone; will get IUM4I and Penney Patina will SLATER ROBERTSON NORTH SIDE QITP STATION
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The funds being distributed to Clay County municipal- (Opposite Clayton Mevele ChryslerPlymouth Agency) op KEEN COVE SPRINGS

'II ties are part of more than 11.100.000 betas ant to nor LbuI I ESTJRACIOUS TEO us

MM cities and town thmighout ata.... More than It pee I -e-e-

cent of the total goes to the City of Miami. The emaU-*l

payment ($117) toes to Indian Cmk Village
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/, IN THOtSDAY m.y.. 1H4 tap! County Crescent r.- -I

First 4-H Cove Socials I cher who had been visiting his Southern Bell Has- New Film -\1 1H 1
Camp Green grandparents for several days ri

returned home with them.
(Continued from Page one) Lcdm: (CAN. ret.) and Mrs. the fall quarter at Tilt College "Communism In Action a' cording to John Tucker South 11
Ide W.W Hodges of the Qul- SI- : In Forsyth, Oa, An English two-pan color llmra sound em Bell's Jacksonville district: LA
1: Mrs. Ben Pagel and Miss film ha* been added to the manager. ,1
10 II1U .. : Sana Hotel have recently: had I major the will reside on one
Marge Hull of Detroit Mich, Southern Bell Film Library ac*
fersGncentu as their house guests Mrs. Hod of Tilt Colleges new dormitories Part I of the film li a graphic
Evan :.
6s 1G. visited the Rev and Mrs. C.
\ ? ail ge's grandmother Mrs. Eva facing Highway I-7J. She and tactual tracing of the
nl1 PI'o log, her mother, Mrs. Vesta was graduated at Clay High der Mas ten,and Miss Mr Ruth and rise of communism throughout
thou Tolaon, and her aunts Mrs School van der Maaten few Mrs. White' participated In the the world. Part XX Is a itudy of
l mien .... Ernest Bass Mrs. Oscar Brass I I Mrs. Walker Bowman a 50th anniversary of her Class living conditions within the
week They were en- ,
II Chr; MtMp Ington and Miss Mary King Mr. and Mrs Leonard Murphy days last short stayin of IBM at Blackstone CoUega communist empire. Each part i
o aUf! all of HartsvUle. 8 C During had as their guests over route home after a Miss Pages I for Girls She wu a memberof baa a running time of 2>
ale&! a. f their visit they had a pre- the week end recently Mrs-. Miami the 1014 Quartet and after minutes.
+ of
eatent.on tPI birthday party for Mrs. King, Murphy mother, Mr*. C. L. and Miss Hull are nelces the reunion, one quartet mem
. "'hier who will be 81 years old on Murphy of Dothan Ala, and Mrs. van drr Maaten. bar took the other three to her These fllma are available M

eon, August 15 Mr and Mrs. Joe McNab and home In Lexington,North Caro. a public service by Southern

s lrlende : I family of Duncon. Ala on Wednenday 1 Miss Ruth van der Msaten Una. for several days of old Dell, and arrangements for free
: "pc ;0'-.' Jay DeRosier, son of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George arrived from New Orleans l last. I time let together Mr*. White loan of the film can be mad {
pointtime Diane DeRosier, left last weekto I Henry Caraway of Dothan Ala, week to spend the vacation Joined Mr. White In Raleigh I by contacting: the Southern Dell
spend the summer In Full I arrived to spend a few days season here before returning to Green Cove. film Library, 413 W. Duval
'. I boa\ erton. California with his I with the Murphy I Street, Jacksonville
. I has III grandmother Mrs- Gladys Bax.ter I I I Cadet Michael Masters- The Crescent will handle
Mr. and Mrs, Ed Larson and
eve ke'4tn Mrs Marshall Cooper and her
; year-old ion of Mr and Mr any telephoned request for us
,I children Robin, Marsha and their children left FrWay for
I R. V. Masters left Sunday for
ot the film by qualified croup I
toI Larry! Wilson, son of Mr. and Miles returned last week from Chicago, after spending three two weeks training with the
I Inn Mrs. E. G Wilson, returned I a vacation at Sanlbel bland weeks here visiting her mother | CAPO. at Tlndoll Air Force anywhere In the County. j jI I I 1
IOn, hut week from a visit with They stopped In Deland on the Mrs J. J. Broik and her sisters Base

the friends in South C.ro11na.I I way back to visit relatives. -'- -- --- ---
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shy Mrs Edith Morley and her Miss Kathy Anderson, daughter tat on and their son Sherwood DOCTORS INLET CAMP
p sons, Ronald and Dean, of of Mr. and Mrs BerwUk I returned last week after a trip i
r... fd Sparta, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. ,i Anderson left last week to of several days to Clearwater,
Jack Ward and their son, Jackie spend some time with relatives where they attended the Florida &

iswered of Verona, Va were the In Penstcola Dairy convention. Mrs Gus
iy it ... guests last week of their par I I tation was state chairman of MARINA

p ... ants Mr. and Mrs. Buys Ward. Mr and Mrs, Harry Muttonarvl the Florida Dairy Products Ladles WEMTWIND'I
len ttis I I'
l their children, Teddy and Auxiliary Following the r."ISRt'nE
' the Carol Lee Craig, daughter of Amelia, of Sunnyslde. Washington convention 'h GusUfaons rOATfl
the Rev, Gordon N Craig and went to Port-0-Call, at Tierra ,.
left on Tuesday' after *at.* Jif
ndpowhe Mrs. ls enrolled at How t? ""'... l :
Craig spending the week here visiting Verde where they spent a few OAIE: <.. .,. ,
ey Academy for an 1-week' summer +I days vacationing #"
l his mother, Mrs Grace ." );. ..'
session, A full recreational MOTORS .
sir The old saw about all work and no play I II hereby reTened Hutton his slater, Cora Lee \ \\
I son While ethers breakfast In tha tradition at aid program of water-skiing at the Hutton and his grandparents, Mr and Mrs James M. Whit

he feand campers, someone baa U do the work. Joanne Swanson (IL) back Academy's riding I private at beach the school'sstable horse |'Mr and Mrs Harry Griffin returned recently to their homeon SALES & SERVICE
and Cheryl Knewlt (Ir.) pvU duty as K?'.. and and Individual Ills sitter and family. Mr and Pleasant Point after a two
group Mrs Ruben Pugh and four week trip to Virginia and North
social and athletic activities NEPTUNE TRAILERS
children of South Jacksonvillealso Csrollna, They traveled via the
complement the academic
ken b curriculum spent part of the week new bridge and tunnel across ( 'In'l'lot'UI'llIrJ-,',ti 111.'Frj11F'
Iin* I I here the Chesapeake Bay from Norfolk
ror wrMARINE )
mina I to the Eastern Shore of
Judy Stough. daughter of Mr ,
s. B Philip Slough la one of 10 Mr and Mrs J C Fletcherand Virginia After visiting friends MIMAOCR
bymlsah Floridians who are serving as !their daughter Janice. Irt Accomack County, where IItTt'Y): H.\IWflIW) )
r1 summer staffers at the Rid... spent the 4th of July week*nd Mr. Whit was born, they re.turn..1 ,
elf w crest (NCi' lappet Assembly. In Greenville S.C. with MrFletcher ) to Norfolk and thence ORANGE PARK riioNE "..UII

'11 prde The assembly U operated by 's parents James Flel- to nUrkstone, Virginia, where
t the Sunday School Board of
maniI the Southern Baptist Convention I ')

+++ A toal of II major weeklong .
conversions will a held
there during the summer I

Jamea tauter U enrolled In
Stetson University Advanced SAVE..ON lORD'Sr4
Studies Summer program at
Deland. The program, under
the direction of Dr. C. Carter
ColweU offers college l l level
work In a variety of subjectsfor
superior high school Juniors


..,... S . Robert A. Lea and Keith
George Owens assistant. Cownly Agent and father af Wheeler were on the Presidents' '
them ail begins the day af reereaUen sad study ty Men. and Dears list of honor atu-

UfyJng a tree for Jerry Mooneyham and 8UU ..11 Covarll dents at st. Johns River Junior --- _-.L--. x .
President Edward B. Taylor wb. hsppens U h* tha son College In the spring semester r- ;;,

of Ills-oner. Vice Mayer EdwH B. Taylor.1 Green C. .. r N.
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,.JTAOB I'OB QUa\1\ ounty Crescent!! THURSDAY JULY I, 1lt4
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Reporter! MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone S2M111Mr
Women of the First Preabytartan
the Ocala lions a bath house cabin,and i
Virgil Dibble hM received row drove through Church bad
word from the Rer. and National Forest last week.Their rest rooms, u well u a small (I then
O Mrs. John A. Swetnam from first atop wa at Salt Spring store with candy; and drink June association meeting ,
0 their Bummer home at Romnej: on Highway: ill, at the north After dinner and a trip through I'I cookout at the river trop
I Depot. N.H., that they: bad a entrance to the forest, a swim Silver Springs, they: returned home of Mrs. John McCor.
lovely: trip and visit alone the wing and picnic area. Their home in the late afternoon.: I I wick 1104 St. John Avenue,
way with wonderful weather 1 most Interesting; top was at S e e I on Tuesday, June 23, at I,JQ
They were leaving on June 2t Juniper Spring about ten mile Mra- Anna Robinson left
I for Maine to visit their lOB.I east of Sliver Springs.At last week, by: air to be gone p.m. Husband were included
HEAVY WESTERN I until about Ocaober 1st She with 25 In attendance The
I They had had an earthquake Juniper I Springs they
In New Hampshire but it did found a wonderful spot with a will spend the time with her Rev. Johanson gave the in.
ARMOURS STAR BEEF little damage. At Romney: De- pool bubbling;with springs and two son one In Oration vocation after which fellow.
) pot they have experienced cold many families swimming and Mas, and the other one In ship and good food was enjoyedby
nights and they say "we mean picnicking with tables, vU-1 New York City I those attending
ChuckRoast I cold", but the days are lovely I _
FRESH "PICNIC" They aend S their e love. to all. I

'. Pork Roast lb. 28c I him thank Paul inch all A.his nice Thomas friend glfU on want who the gave occasion to, {>.i' The PENDULUMS

i of his graduation. He
Ib. says,"your kindness shall never; "On Time And Always Swinging"
38c be forgotten. Thank you so
much." I
t .i! r
The Florida White Ribbon ; I
News, official organ of the; i HX
TENDER SLICED Pork Steaks lb. 49c Florida WCTU in their Issue I r
paid tribute to
of July-August
Miss E. Stella Cass: :,
Beef Liver lb. 35c I
"We seem to have come to
the end of an era Miss Stella
Ibt.ARMOURS COLUMBIA BREAKFAST E. Cass ha held the office of I \; '
I president of the Penney Fanr.l
W C T U for twelve years and . % .
BACON has given unsparingly in devo-
Chunk Bologna$1.oo tion and real executive ability.I
Through her untiring effort, :
she ha raised our Union to J"kl
(By The Piece) Ib. 39 reach the highest ..tand.rdlle
) a lied I I for by the National 1 I
ARMOURS STAR WCTU.Through the years we have !, ,
SLICED II met all required obligations
and In this year have won a r+
place of honor by becoming a
CRUSADE UNION In line with

GOLD MEDAL 5 LBI BAG those noble ago crusaders This accomplish of a century i '

ment 1 11 largely due to our hr o
president' inspiring and challenging
Flour 47c leadership and a* .t!'! Member at the olntet shown above Richard,, Ltemaa Jehna and Harris Hefnditer. .
I II forced to relinquish the work are, L te 1'.1| Robert Lee, JIm Denned, Den .
FRANKS lb. 49c because of falling strength, we
wit to express our gratitudeto The Green Covo quintet whose popularity at Tcen-ajro dancesis
her for what she has meant and fans hear their music at
on the rise as more more Keystone
ton through her presidency."We .
hope that she will be Heights Beach, from 8 until midnight, Friday. They arc to he heard

FROZEN FOODS FRESH TENDER with us for many: more years at The Green Cove Fleet Reserve Club every Saturday evening from 8
attending our meetings and until 12.
living to us the inspirationthat

.eald .... FletUa I a*. Cans ___ under we new need leadership to go forward Let us (Pars Ah.)

__ I pay her our tribute of affection

Orange Juice __ and regret by rising, and let I ........ .., '
I ua request our secretary to
record these our sentiments at .'
this our annual meeting May ;' ,
Itth. IB84. A copy shall be aent : .,, .
for ; 4k. '
5 89c rti' .y" >ft
Corn Ear 5c to Mill Case"e e e ', J ,'IY...

Mr. and Mr*. A. P. Ooetsareturned
last week after a 3-
McKensle . .
II , month sojourn up north. Earlyin
May they drove to their son'
home In Raleigh N.C, where
GREENS VAN CAMP NOI 300 CAN they stayed two weeks. This
IOn teaches at N.C. StaLl Col-
leg-*. Leaving their car at Ra-
lOcCOLLARDI Pork & Beans 9c kith they: flew to Chicago and
from there found their way to
LaOrange to visit another aon
MUSTARD TURNIP Limit four Please) They stayed there two weeks,
after which they flew back to .
Raleigh got their ear, and -
.1 e.. I drove to Philadelphia where
they visited a daughter for
Liq. lvory 4cPtmaal three weeks. While there they .
I attended the graduation ture. -
..... at Huntington Valley
High Bchool of their granddaughter -
Sharon mho Is goIng -
U.I' 0. I Irc.
Into nurse training. c4
w,,, 11." reel o/efll I e e e
Ivory Bar 5cLjtM A guest of the n... and Mr*. .",c* CUlKC 770 Two-Dow Hwdtop and Um 4 .CIienuacouohcn Pvodw;AmtricanMcrtixi I
I C. 8. Hlgby: bat week was Mr*.

A,....... Cavnl1.f 0. Pearti'e. Jane O. My.r*. operator ol
I Jane's Letter Shop In Jackson Highstyle Hilltopper. . Rambler Classic V.8
BUTTER LBe 49 villa which baa done conai N. IN Caa g g t g I .
able work for various enterprise
Beef Stew I at W II C. With Mr*. This dazzling hardtop is the Rambler Classic 770. It takes off
29c Myers wa her lUNa Mrs- Ruby
HTOlf : 38; I I Metlk. of Oarwater.Mr. with more V-8 power than the standard V-8 in the top-size Ford or
I I t l g C e e
Chevrolet easier the
and Mra. Eaker J. Dll: parks virtually same room,

UtelM Chaise M .* JarApPleJeIlr25c I and Mr, and Mra. A. 8 .... yet costs over $200 less; and gives you a long list of important

'BOY SCOUTS FLAN advantages at no extra cost And with what you save on Rambler,
19 j COCKY' OF HONOR you can keep your pocketbook happy and still l add smart, I
Troop No.' 131. BBJt plan
I to hold It* tint Court 011 sporty options like floor shift (manual or automatic)), reclining

:Honor at the Methodic Church bucket seats with console
severvposition steering wheel
OH RIM in n. .... al 1:.i deck M July 11 THtala power
an open...un..TbeI pufcUeto steering,power brakes, power windows-you name them. If you
netted ant It to hoped that
e1 Wax Paper 25c I I the sate parents ..4 anyone like "fun' ,flair and glamour-and smart savings,too-now

: UtUrwted attend.XOTf.te atouUi* win plant is the time to see your nearby Rambler dealer. 4?


I OF TKAMKS Rambler Classic-big savings

V I 1 want to thMk oar aaaay

UNTLEY BRO i rise Mends cards the sent ant, floral Irtfrt trta-of during the Big Rambler Selling SpreeBESELER

: sympathy". to M at the time "Oreparoes bread c si+mAactwas'a "NtaI pea
of UM Oralh of any hajaoaad.I . 4a)Pane,lase h.edeis e' I VI"n teeter M4 M net bib,
e..wrlatty want to thank Dr.
WUtfeoa Mutter and Dr. A R.
FOOD 1 STORES Korutu for lbr afcttftl tare
'I.. mr bMaoaaa. and the tuft it* OUUrCC ATX.
I.. the Clay MaaMrUi IfaapiUi
1!and the Mary Ota Ctod,* fee MOTORS con
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hI like having. ar I SUMMER IS NOT EASY ON CLOTHES 0, Those Sluggers I Clay County Servicemen

EXTRA HAND' Summer, "when the living:. Laundering. Such stains shouldbe "', ....
Thomas Dunmlre, machinist Samuel K. Richardson, in*
U\ easy," ti actually the time rinsed immediately. How .-..
'i'iAt mate third class U8N, husband terlor communications technician -
when more care than ever ii ever home treatment of troublesome -
of the former Bernadine But- third class USN, son of "
required for washabl Withan stains is not recommended
ler of Green Cove is a crew- :Mr. and :Mrs. Joseph A. Rich
increased emphasis on out There are many stains
member of the Navy destroyer ardson, of Oreen Cove, recently -
door living and varied activities i and conditions which require
USS Blgelow on a two-month i visited Naples aboard the
clothing Items to pick up special treatment and improper INTRODUCINGTHE
I, cruise: to Northern Europe as a Navy attack aircraft carrier
more stains and receive harder handling can make the situation
part of the summer :Midshipman USS Franklin X> Roosevelt, operating TRAVELERS
wear during summer months. worse Such difficult stains
Training Cruise IBM. The with the Sixth Fleetin
could be cared for by a fabric CENTENNIAL
Stains resulting from catsup, Blgelow normally operates out the :Mediterranean. While
care expert.
mustard, berries and grass, are of Mayport. While aboard the serving with the Sixth Fleet, 1
When P.C.A. money" Is difficult to remove once they've Mrs. Sterling also advises Blgelow he will visit ports in the Roosevelt is the hub of a
"working for you, ll's a become "set" in the fabric, according that particularly during the Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands fast carrier striking force composed Family
real boost to farm profit
to Mrs. Anne Sterling, summer, clothing should be This is the Blgelow's of surface, sub-surface
and P.C.A. leans I
Director of Public Relations for laundered frequently and soon second midshipman cruise since aniS air units 1 designed to
can plant your crop n..d.d.qulpm.nt hervttt the American Institute of after wearing to avoid fabric' ; 1957. .' launch a full scale attack from AccidentPolicy ,
It, bring you
Improve your damage or staining caused by I Ipenplratlon. ij. -*- their position in the :Mediterranean
This also holds' .
farm facilities, purchase
appliances and perform true for wash and wear garment Joseph C. Thompson, com-
many other functions that Murrhee *. Hand washing at low mlsaryman third class USN,
make farm life mar temperatures is usually not husband of the former Wenda .

profitable, more enoyable. | Insurance Agency enough to remove body oils, Miracle of Oreen Cove is a One package protects you and
Farm better with a soils and perspiration from crewmember of the Navy fleet your whole family while travel-
P.CA. loan. minimum care articles. Thorough oiler USS Allagash operatingin We Need
let, vs show you how laundering is required the Mediterranean as a ing-and covers your baggage
work" QUAT I, or these garments may become unit of the U. S. Sixth Fleet OLD & AXTIQUK: .against loss from fire, theft
f.C.A tan 0o gray or discolored. rough handling or other trans.

IUt>r......tl far.. you.*t C..rsaa.. An added precaution given f -*- Furniture, Glass\ portation hazards.

....... e....,. A,t,t'l OfflM, for summer care of clothes iso Army Pvt. Claude 8- Burke 24 hours i day snywher) In
Tinier...I ...-l ,>.. avoid prolonged exposure the Green Cove Little League Mothers auxiliary rnd- 21, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph and China the world.

Pk SM-MS1 Bee: RICHARD MUIIRHF" to the sun, which my fade of-the-seiton sapper last week the ladles lined up (tin their I W Burke of Oreen Cove has Whether you travel l by plan,
Norlbeast Production Credit AlIlIDtPhon and gradually weaken some IOn,' uniforms) for a ball tame that should have attracted I completed eight weeks of advanced triin, but taxi, ship or pet'

AsBodatlon fabrics. more spectators than any game the Yankees ever played. infantry training with Roger auto.
473-4789 TOP CASH PAID Whether visit the New I
It* Main Street Palatka! Shown above, Mrs. John Bradley takes a foul ball (In stride light weapons at Fort Gordon you Ii i II
York World's Fur, like a
Oa. He entered the Army In .
She played left fielder for the Powder Puffs.
Tel EA 5-IStt vacation,business trip,scenic
February of this year and rereived -
tour,ocean cruise or ittend
r ttt Edfewood Arena 8* basic training at Fort JIM( CAUFA' national convtntion.

Jacksonville Helm r Gordon. A 1960 graduate of At work or play, at home or
r rti Landon High School, Jacksonville .
Tel EV 1.141Assodatlon Phone 284-3280 away.Anywhere
he attended the University
any plea, anytime
of Florida and U a memo for tha term of the
Funeral HomeCHAKLKS ber of Kappa Sigma 'fraternity \ policy.

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The Finest Service In Green Cove Springs

Chevrolet dealers sell more ORTIIOPEDIC CORRECTIONS to

SIIOE ACCESSORIESIF ...,.....e..:J TNItf anaavntsssususasca

THE SIIOE FITS REPAIR ITI cor.arnuN.M.rd .._..
cLong -
cars than anybody h a, r. Claude R. Jones Br- Ph. l-W4t

Because they sell great cars I : _ r_ r.

Mrs. Georie Owens right fielder far the winning Pow soa
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Mr*. Ito.f lUBilna. flnt baseman for the Tr .kWm''.
CAet-y O N..SporIC..p* ers. .h.... her tm.iUU.ii that her trim win (. down Uaft .
defeat at the KifM Ticker "..... Utile Leathers acted U.It

ai umpires, SMMier and each... 4 Itr.

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,.-.- .- .. Ia
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i1 --- --- i1 t } ,1 Distance Lets You Visit siR

Con-air/ flatus CUb Coup togas
Anytime !

Chevrolet KM brought a whole new kind1u.thf'r you're gobbling up a hill In _

of excitement everyday driving this a thrifty Chevy II or making tracks : Miss a friend Grandma? The family back home? You don't have -r..

year ,with & diftt'rt'nllinC'1 of ran and on a unity' beach with a rrar-engined :
to pack and to enjoy a visit Just pick the phone ee
45 different/ moJfla. Con'air, you'll fwliU up fo up ...

And whether you'r cushioned In the So why not atop In at your ChctroWtdoalcr't and call Long Distance It's the easy way to have a happy E*
but scat of a luxurious Chevrolet loon and sir Mhal ""t mean. Oi7x

Impala: Super Sport or behind And don't be aurpristxl If you visit any time you feel like it. And the cost is so small for all the

the wheel of the roomy Clsevellerwy I.. Me your neighbor there.. tort*
yowl) feel it people do. pleasure you jet . and jive ,


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ROBERTS CHEVROLET Exercise your !\ be to and vote this icier'
right as a ciliztnt! \ sure register yeart2
A" toes N was al eese b.. ti iua1 Maar ease 4 P.
bit .. ... W\ ....".
and Park Green Cove K
Orange Spring
slut r.CTr. iv '.'II3t Pr

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THURSDAY JULY /. 1M4 Ctay:( (County (Crescent i


the underelrned. dealrlna to .*. (LAY (POINTY FLORIDA FLORIDA Illl AND. FOR CLAY COUNT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that \
sate I* builnoea under the Motltlou i* the intrt of WAYNE ROT Case No. FLORIDA.
hams of .....1.1' Motor ANUHEU a child-CAM Number DIVISIONFEDERAL Ca.. No. III! lands will be sold at public auction on th
Bvrvlc Uepartmeat at 4I. North' I'''.''. NATIONAL WORTUAUfc .- FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTOADK .- 1984 At the City Hall of Keystone ReI,hU
BEST BUYS orani Avenue, In the City ..tOro'D NOTICE: or FILING or PKIITION :. ) ASSOCIATION, a corporation ASSOCIATION, a corporation .
Cove Curing, Florida In. : FOR rtCRMANENT eta, *tc. of FloridA, to pay the Amount due for
....d. to rrcleter' the sold nam ruMMiTMKNT ur IHILD PlalntltLJAMEC Plaintiff the same, together with all penalties and
with th* Clerk of tb. Circuit TO FLORIDA DEPARTMENT : "WItAION ...
Court of Clay County Florida. OF PI'KLIUNICL.. A. andItAlHKL EARL! M HAROROVH and advertlalng Sale to start at 12 o'clock
JOHN A. McKINLEY YARN: FOR UlUSEtJLKNTAl A. WILHON. tile wife, lUUlf U. HARQROVB. his wife.Dfendnt I
----- 1.11. It. T-3/ >UPTIOTUB \. lor.ndonta.IOTI'II *. D..erltloll Owner I
Tt DAVID AM>ltb.U: r"ld.nco UTATW Of FLORIDA TIIR 8TATH OF FLORIDA Lot n. N'4 .r It, Bllr. It W. H.
10 Jam. A W llaon ana Rachel
LEGAL HOTICB unknonn A. Wilson* his wife rcaldeneeaunknown TO: Mrl: M Hargrove and Ruby : LoU .". 00, IA, Blk II .
YOU ARE: HEREBY NOT U nor.ron, his wife, reld' .noee
I W. D. Morris NOTICE or RLRirr-t ALB riKU. that a petition ha. b..n unknown, LoU U. It BIk Ie Potaey
Notice\ I I. hereby given that I, You are notified that I
filed !I. this Court for the per. tied You sea' hereby notified, that Lot II 111k. Ie N. Lo.
John P. Hall bherltf ot Clay a suit ha* bee aialnet you
manrnt commitment of V'ayne a suit haa been filed again Lot I Blk. 1/ Lab r. H. V.lma
REFRIGERATION DUtribntor County. Florida, under aDd by Roy An"..... a child to the In the above entltld Cancel and I you In the above .milled oaueeand .
virtu of a writ of elocutionlued that you ar* hereby required todie .,
Florida Department of PublloHrlfar that you are hereby roe Lot I N leo1 hint Plot Mary :
out ot th Small Oalm: your anawr with th Clerkf
All Jersey Milk for eubeequenl adoption 1 Ihle (Court and t* oulred tof file your answer with Part lot II rln.ora.a Ada Rita
Court la and toe Clay County **rv* a
SERVICE and you arc hereby commended the Clerk ot this' Court, and to
For rlortda. on January loth 1>*4, to be and appear In this Courtat I '" thereof upon th* plaintiffor .."'. a ropy thereof upon the Lots I. e. BIb I ....1'1.' Par Harry I.
hut plaintiff whoeeaum
levied upon the following attorney,
plalntlrr plalntlrr
Clay or attorneynhoe
dcrlbd property, illuat. lying the County and a 0. name and addree I Isf!
Air ('..."".1.*. NefTtrrraftew HOME DELIVERY and being la Clay County, In the Florida City of th *.lber A Anebachor. Ill Ploy'. Mlhr A Aaebacher, III Flnr
... ....... Prvto Florida: or Snrlni August Itll as at courth"1 Ida Title Building, Jacksonville. .Ma Title ReSiding Ja<.haonvlllaFlorida ,
1 Portable Welder Serial No Florida, not later than the Ird
8. Fatmett Street A 1\1\ thaw I not later than th* Irddav
CALL !...."4. or SI4SUIAnUtBf Ile .ll4llI I petition to etiould sot raue b. I du pf August A.IX l.l.. I of Aui.t. All. 1114If .
Home rbene ,ttl1711Bn I l'tlllt, trailerI If you fall to do *o dwreepro -- ----
kind fall le do decreepro
my you no I = ==
Baker utility truck 'onr. will b* (nteredaialnet __
eat at Green Cor* Springs I Florida confemo will bo ..ntar.da..ln.t
.lMM Phone
214-1111 Vied .Furnlt I Baker fork lift without battery the relief' 4*.

I I .
IM the tin day of Julv. IM4Orriclal nundrd r.tborOO la .. you for the relict d. .LEGAL IIIOTlrll
J. mend el In - --- ---
I/THOMAS RIVERS the romplalntTh
1 Portable ,.Ur ..1.! Nt. ( The natur of sold suit being' I
CAREY'SFLORIDA Seal Judge .f th. ...nll. Court natur nf said suit being
TV APPLIANCE till for Foroiloeur of Mediate *nrumherlng IN THB CIIUVIT COURT, or
triid) .f Oar County Florida for .ro.'lo.lIr. nf Mortgage enrumherlng
I . .
TrUpod r pla/cmnt the property silicate 1IIK, \ll"ITII PICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICH
T.., U. It. I* the property *ltut
SERVICEWe TRADERS mount In Clay County Florida, d.. In Clav County. Florida de.rrlboit or p-umiuA IN AND THAT I. I.r
I Hydraullo run hoist trlhed a* follow toil CLAY COUNTY convicted
Repair AO Breeds Green Con Sprint. Florid I York motorS LEGAL HOTICB Let U. Illock i MEADOW.PHOOK . a* fnllnweiIns IN CHANCERY Clay
II. Block 4
IS E, Falmer St loading *kldai . -- Veil Nn I. according ALII 1CRT JAlKMON HUOIIBB fall
TeL 114-UII terra
Servlclnc Clay County < K. Tnlt No I, coordlna- I
th* property of T M TralUr t. ,I.t thereof rororded In 1'lalalKf the .u. ,
For Sixteen Yean Antleaef s. Oranfe Arena Manufacturing Company a Flo. IN THE CIRCUIT COt'RT OF rial Book 1. Pages II and II. to .plat.. ...recorded In Plat Book Urine o"
I. It and II *f th* cur.
rlda corporation and that *ath CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA of Ik* public record .( Clay NVkDHAU
CHAItLEH : III. andtlLAIiTM therefor
Orange Park Fh. SMIJISFUILERTON'S TeL 114.1144 rent nuMt. records tit Clay
Ird' day ef Aucuit. 11(4, b*. In CHANCERY.No. Count* "Iorlda.WITSPltIt K. NKHIiHAM his wl(*. italo ,"
Orans-e Park I tw..n th. legal hour ef polo, 1114IHTLUI my haM a.' tile C nnlr Florlil' and RODENT: MKVAaiN. demenoy
namely rlvn clock In theforenoon A. MIKH1 eeil *f **M Court at llreon ('nraPreings WITNRSR my band and the
Defendant, Pardon.
Bleeding X*** TeL M4-MJ7 and two .' Iock: In the rl.I.UU"a. norlda tkl tltk day ..al of eeM Court at hers CoveOprtnn WOTIIM TO Arm AM
Jacksonville afttrnoon. on aM. day. at tk* .f June A no IMI.OKORrtK Florida' thl* Ilih day THE STATE or FLUHIDA at Hi
I Flare of kualn*** *f laid T A M CLYDE aMTEU. C PARLTnLK.: of Jnna A n. Itll
tl X. Orange AT. .( NKRDHAM. Ill
Blending A CeDln ... Clerk tI' the Circuit" Court 10:1
Trailer Manufacturing Company flock f>f the Circuit Court ULADYI B NEKPHAM.hlo .
Green Cere Spr. M4-4I44 on Highway 1'10.11, aero** from OF HIT ,,meal B* Vivian M Mnhm. 111.1n"! VlvUn If, lohmT.t > hip I
TeL 171."", the municipal test 1'0111'8" which THH. MTATB OF rLOIUD4'f" 1.I (. II, || Deputy Clerk I. II II Deputy t Clerk. wifeReeldence UNKNOWN I
WE TRADE IN ANTTHTNa I I. located at the former Ores TO; CLTDB U: MTERI -.-- YOU Title HKRRHY NOT!.
or VALUE Cv Springs Naval' Base. I will % Joke Polaaaky LOCAL MOTICMIMUAL -- ---- r.KI':. r.llkl AND,., DIItCt'T. II
BEVERAGES: nffr for sale and soil t* the 141 gmltk Street - -- J.ROAL IIIOTIOI RD t. ru. veer .nlwor ar elks
highest bidder for rash In hand, Kew.... Illlnelc .- -_. --- pleading, le tie 'I.I.IIU' _om. I
UPHOLSTERINGBAXIEY'S th* abe. ....nlb.d ,rop.r y. YOU ARE HEHEBr: NOTI. HOTICH .1..1It) I* for.cloee Article" (
p. the property of th* ..ld T. A PIED: that a lull baa keen Mod IN IRK tlHcUIT CinmT OFTHK DUAL NOTICMreOTIIM Agreement reeorded In OrtlrU' : ,
M Trade Manufacturing Co. again y*. In tko above editing r\)l'RTH JUDICIAL CIN oM Arri.iOAiio' FONTAl M'ord. Hook II. pet* ITS, Pub.
PAUL'SAll TRIM mpany" to ullar said *i**.U... re and yon ar. hereby re. 1UIT OF FLOHII IN AND UKKU I lie HMord* .f Clay (County Fler.
SHOP JOHN P. HALL attorney whoa name and addroe* Ft>K CLAY (1)IINTT.IN few I....*, r.*. Ida dirlklng. Ike follwlgi
IIII.rIU of Clay Count Cubed' t* *erv* coos plaintiff CIIANCEHT NOTICH I.! lUll 1:8': IIIVEN Let Nine it), liloek Twenty
July till.IILK written d.. I I. R., hat H (X TtMITIIAKBR.: the .
Lrfal BereratM Complete Ante A FtrnJtar appear hereon. your Petition of lltl, It..".* Two ill, Or-
tear If say I* tbo bill of complaint 'AMI'Rl.' WILLIAM\ DIAL KIDO bolder' of Ik. following ...rtltl.nl. Park. acr4lng I* map
Open I A. M.1.1 A. M. Uphebterlng .AL_NOTIChl_ In said lull spy of wkkkU and CMIB MAN KKU>I> .. hat filed said certificate ot ants tk* Florida Winter Hem /
Deal Cevinty Line 14M W. IdlewiU Are. 1 kBBB n d.llvered' t* yen kerewlth. on NOTION I Fur a tai deed I* ,. !**ud and Improvement Company CIlu .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or or before Argent I. A D.. 1114 To:: ,) U>U1N JANMEN: """.0.. Th certificate number Und aa recorded In Plat
North .f Orange Fart Ph. ZS4-S5I CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA Herein fall not .. decree pro He.ld.nr. nknawn and rear ef laauano* tho deecrlptlon Hook. I pose II. Public Rc.e IN '
Green Can la CHANCKHYNo. .lIr.... will be entered all.ln.ty. YOU ARM HKHKHT NOTI.' *f tk. pr'**rly, aid >rd* of tier County. FlorMa.
Sprlnrt. Florida till for tk* rellf prayed la the FIKI that Ike abrr*.nam.d Pe. tk* name In which it wa a*. And l* serve a ape Ikereef S eaNlorSsOs
BOATS Free Estimates BIIIRLEY ELAINE LOWE bill of .eomplalat.Th lltloncre, SAMUEL WIU.UM ...... are a* follawai. ,,lelntlff"* M'RUHYA,
aatur ef said. sill blg I>IAL KIDO and BMMIH. MANKIMi ertirirale No. II. 2151451 E, lei threat Oak Circle,
""rpp' Pick-up and Delivery PlaintiffDAVID for dlrerteWITNKM. .have filed a etlllan In Tear of Ueuaare June I, Itll Ora... Park. Flarlda' en or .... i
WWI.I.f.ndasl:. my hand as1k.. the abote-ettlrd. tweet for the Iteecrlvtlon of l"i''p.rl i ,... th* Ittk dip of Auiuit Itl4|
Handle An, and AH ., Tots eel ef sold Court at Or... Carr dntion of th* miner rkHd 0 Hlork :A Flemln (blandCelatea olkerwl.e. salt Camplalnt. will belahsbl
i INLET Upholstery Needs! MOTKB OF tl ITTHB vrlni.*. ".r..... this llth day named therein and you ar'* re.uire.l /|, 15.1.150. cc pnnfeMeA ky yu.
MARINA TATE OF FLORIDA-TOiiHivId ef June A D Itll. t* *h.w rauio why ICs. Name In wklih. aeeeae4 DEN.: II I* ONIiKHBD thai t..1,
\ROLD BALLET Low.L.basoa UEtR4O C CARLIKtK come ekuld not b* atranted Iyserving isle A KI.HKH "Not' IT* la Appear k* published I
MERCURY 10 SSO Owner a Vpbobterer tl Crrotlntl Initltu- Clerk Circuit Court a copy of four .rlth.. All ef 014 properly. .Ling I Inth .... a wpel for fssr eaee.erllri
jn. lion (teal) Grace M Carllele. defennee If any uponTtlSUR at'RI/1ST/ County *f Play, Plato of ...11. ,In Ik"* Clay Count, Cray
ENGINES EDWIN BAILEY Clerk Clrrult CourtJ a Alloraevo fer Pelltloner tlnrMa' I
.. I.
P. O Bon II "lIt, a ne *p* er puklleked
CROSBY BOATS Sea Lebanon. Ohio .C "..PI'. Attorney for Plaintiff *. 11 tress Oak Circle, I'.'.. peck rcrllflcale er .erllflialee t'ln l ''''111111''. rierM
and Uphelntmv I ,n. YOU AXE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat r. O Bat 441Ureen dram: Park,.I".irl.I't: .".11) k. r* KF-7.Y TKMIJCRS C. A. ITtTMMELVphcbtrrer a cult ha been filed agalaityu Core IIprl..., Florida.Ivpuly line Ik* ) : rcrdlng: I* law Ike property de.rrlbed 0.... Cv Hnrlni. F1..rlita. Skis
SALES a SERVICEOUTBOARD In th* above entitled oat.'. Clerk the Clerk of said Court ** er In perk cerllrlrele erhlaheel Ilk day ., July Art. lltl.
t Tree T-l *. U. ll-p l.fnre the tells day of Auiuel. haue'
and I'l CltK OFTUN
you are hereby roeuir.d t. II":1"\ :
Rtl AIR serve' upon plaintiff attorney I I..., otherwle de.roe will b* doer Incertificate ,'INCtt{? COI'nT, OHLV

Hwy. 17 Orante Perk ACCOUNTING whose tarpon name your and written addreaa defenee appear If -LB0AL KOTICR .entered.''A adIS.n.NITNEsn eielnil. yon granting Month" ef *Auguel will b*lOSS old. which.I*. .Ihe I I. t.I, II. II II IIV 11,1..11 ipuly'oil"Clerk FO

Phone my head and Ikaeel Ik Ird gar of Aaiual. 144Paled .
bill 1
any, to the of complaint In CIRCUIT
nf laH court at Ilion Cov thl Ilk day f July -
- --
aid I sell.I of whist la 4tllvered
brl.** Florida. this Ilk day
REED ACCOUNTINGAND t*. roe herewith, en CIIANCERt "f June ,ttlliiroiuiR. .Illl. HrilHClflltK: NOW !!
befor. July II. XIX lilt. .1'j j No Hit ,
: 1. f '. .M.Ideal IrXUUIR<<1 I. CARLISLE,
Herein fall not *r decree pro' HIIEU: > ELk IIOfKINI Clerk nf the Circuit r..tI' Clerk of Circuit CuMeflUy
nfeeeo will b* entered against rl..tlft' Vivian If BahmT.I isianir. Florid' an e PAGE FIVE)
TAX SKUVICK4M : you far the relief pry4" In the ... I' II, II I* iMttuly nerk 1.,, ij( |l. lp
bill I of enmvIa1LTHE FRED HUl'KINl.
Walnut St. OCS. NATURE OF PAID SUIT l>efilaat.ktrriiM -. ln4'I
BEINil FOR DlTerce. or our
TeL 214.1711I'crbonali7Art Court K..llWfTNtMil TOi: FRKIl lUIPKIN
my hard and tk* iiiB nTAtH or rLoaiDAReeMene -
Sonici'n ...1 ef ail Curl et qr... Cov takwn
InArronntiiiff Mprlna;* Florida the Ilk day *fJune rod kill HBRKur NOTI.
FOR TilE BEST In at1-rand Ah JM4 FIND tket a cult .ha. kea Iliadaaainal
&: Tax o ICORO Ill. CA RJ.JIILII ru In the *b*'"* *n> Exercise' Can Provide
coed printing try the CRES Ichtrn.r! Clerk Circuit Court tilled reuse sal you are kerkyro Regular
U r Orac* M. CarlialeIwputy .ulrd to oerv sped pla.Ilfrallarsoy I
I For Clerk whoa Same and ...
CENT FRESS. INC. The price Ihlkinciit' FirntM & T. J. Jeaalnia. Jr A Jug T. drew appear krooa, your writ.
Marta lea aefoMe U **, to Ik* bill '
I* rlfhL ImlivnlnnlHNotary ,, Attorney fur FUlntlfAddreee of mpuit le said cope
P. 1'iiMio!
0.... Core Mprlni. Florida .herewith. .. or before AuglI and Mental Tonic
-- A,D. lOSSH.r.la j Physical says
I fall not .or deere* pro
ro*<*eeo will k* oatered ...I..t I ,
$S1111i111 iD7A1DDIS7FOR coo fr .... relief preyed I* the

I [ L"l.\1S I bill n of* .n..."r...'I.t.t.el call sell belegfer a 'eareeele..', w'eehw.1' we '

di,.or *.
WITNKM my hoed and She

I I .t noel I.of...all Florid A I D.Court, IPSO.ugonoe at Ible. Oran Iota Covepriaia. dey t + ) C '

IALE-I.Wrw- 1 TO RENT-i apU 1 AreBM I W.! WANTED Three partUan Clerk Ie Clreuil CARLltIK<"*, H ( I I i it jl I I fJL I I

rreU kletk{ hew *i akady let | In keart .f OCS. C.. I III ..... wookly) dlotribvUr lleall My Once Uepuly M Cady.Clerk).. .W .

with t&r'POl1ll.) OCS 11 milce f.ndabed. T......... IL O. OCS and OF. Md II .. 71 N. K. NICHOIJIAllaraey.

,,.. NAS. |SH aewm Ml Slerplrm. OCS I"."IS. : (raaUoBJn at* VnU win .* IMre1Jthenvllle.for ".,.tln tw.4.o*, |I/ 4. II |-1.1| _* *"> >.M" oe idea rk deppw 'Ill t* II lie*.), I**to pi.**, ,.., ltd. Lades It ta I II -oo'|

monthly Includes. Use and In.IwrIlr. I moldered). Write P. O. Boa II Main Florid ,... 1 ... II"L.lt kg ..... ee4 .._ .... 0. ..a. th.M. _

O. C. D. MShelter* :::1 1441. Jai. 7-'. II. Sip -
!FOR RENT-l-te4re.a. lM n|

Phone Gel SII-I4I1. fVBbW) apArUaest heM -IX- THE CIRCtlT ( tPT-or h '

FOR SALE Gat Water daring day CCS .M4-4I41. I OFE HELP'INO WANTED FOR .1.-..,..HAtE PER CLAY ixi N.CHANCKnf;.NTT.C.IlllEHWIN rtoniOAU \ N %' \ I. 51,0 I I .I i je!

Heater )l raL glue Bned I TEAR MAN Meat b. ..k4.Uevja. : KKLnON ILARKB.Plaiatill. X: !C.I' f't lei V 7'air ,

Anteaaatk '4..H-1IJ7-OUU.. FOR RINT-1 room ,...... sal, and wtBUf .. wejrkwltlMHil .

4 dew IL T. R *H W. W. .. apt .l IM We4 S4, |M I L-IAX jKxVitrr", UCLA HUE.
.1.1I ncUnr calk Rf.erenrea |I.nleslast.OTeN '.*.. I I' 4* II .-..1| .... .* .... .-4..*.4 Cal "It I* II .-e.| ..... ,e.l .". lees t*.,/o .*... (U I* II D**.). .
|}}'.It-1IS7, ..Vacteondtrallrr with u4 water. .... ::3.
rmUW-. Ate tl U 41. or *tirTMK k(** e4 Mae 1.1 1 itMed **> Ideal loot 5 *>* *e4 evf et rbtde **. dmeb <
IIM .... sad take CCS M4.S2II l-7-. Fee narUraUr. rtU I. II. OIATK ur FIIII tLAHKBHeeMl.n )A-T* = :k Mai *e4 .506 vke-fM .=;. d 4* b.0.ed. M rural, .oa 4* eee4e toe M. *le>: Ml Ue =- '.. :

M447 Month. I ata-AM JKNNaTTTB' *MM boo *.e. cad _& M.. ew qr -..
np payment P Mt 1511Mel. ** I V'"*
McOarlly. P
117 : ,
P.. /14. 7-N .1 I VOU) Alto IIKMnliT NOTIFlrn
Gel 114
FOR RCNTl M. I k.4re. ... Pistils SIIH.IIELF Ikat a dell ha Obese .... ,

-_ ._ -- | I.*... newly painted Inal4 and yin tics a ail bee bean BledOeo g1
- --- eat pre are h.teky r*- ) (+
FOR ..\1.EMO", trailer I loot. e..aesebl.large. parP.1!, ....... I. and open plelatlir err r I\OMIUC!

14 .t1. Tbompooe. M hp.ErinnUe. plijr I.'*'...... Cad TrnnryrOR WANTED-Male-FeenAk* .u..., .,_ Same sad *dree > X =. U%!: TkMMcitteeae / .==
I eppoar k re *. ur writ. -J:f.- 0OH, M
'GaUr Trailer, Re- r.,..,121./H I. Ildet ( Hi WEEKLT AND MORE lea .. If al i: Ik* kill I \ '., ,,, ,,/ J **, Oej. *4 New

molt ,..tro... Eteedml ea>adlOon i For ,*.. le Bait ar woeaan te >f ...,1...' la eaid .* *.prf k) Mel ...., ceo lie *
'1-. akkh M ..t"... I* pe ee4 ...... .... ,
-I4MN e..... Call 114. Rt.XT-I WdfMM h. {I trvtre WalalM ,.-.-ri InI h....,'a *. of bolor* Joly I* U 4e '11 1. wed apbd ee ) 4kM l |4 04* W*> **4 OM4 eo.ld ho Mp sibie,
fM.leery : :
f -J. L:0J'4.:11 :
Illl 7e I II I I Green Core ......*. ... er J AM IMtM.feia ::O 1. be s d o *..05 : >* IwU IeM M qpW Ise e s.a pteid ask eeet> )
,.......4 ..d aJrMi1< fail" a4 or IN/a pro ....* le* 4* **.- teed ._. oe4 sews leas oe4 eww ...-. hair Ir a. eoo..
_ I I 1 | part U... N. ln_4ae.L writs _feeo OUI W Mlered giMI ..... ... .
UMktd. .. By Strw4. CB OCSU4nil. t*. f*. Ik* relief preied M tae 0p. .- .
FOR SALE l Candy vending T-rU, 1 I C. RR.kJe, IVpC 71. P. O. hoe: .l ,..*4I04

11M.... I rioreiie vendingnaachlne 1I| Ret ".. S4I7. M_...... Te... n. aelo'e of pail ell b4*. ..------
I for direr'wnoaea. TWe't oee .. 6.... I'aeej eoaeevaed *k4 ilreogik *.4 .. del 11.1 H.a.l dleeee4+ Line* :

I ft1W"" ..andy vendIn BICTCLCSCipwlfMUr rMit h eal of oid rwrt ate .*.l.o. oea...Co....* lie* awee aiaiilit, ..! *.. eeole 4.ews0ptlustye.N ... I I....,U *ee lewe new! M4..*.

..,.... (Teenal.) t NaUen. ? liaised nMaM ,..... rid elaee fUf tda UW lit* *ef tft f l lMIahv .. trig. hoalikf. .*. ...... W. It* IM Ic. Ik. ..... tad 1 be**.* .-, IM* .a*. III. 0..* *...

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writer. Fey lalemMUen ..... .k Orr.>4 Cost .. eea.1.5w _.. taW PvttM 1 A O..S.
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( from Page 1) then through Switzerland to "SUPER-RIOIIT" Short Shank Smoked WholePICNICS

Clifford Earl'Albert, 23, serving 10 yean for robbery and Milan, Pisa, and Rome
breaking and entering'; Ander Coleman, 21, serving 20 yean The sightseeing In the Eternal t
for armed robbery; and Lester Chalmen Haddon, 20, serving City Includes a visit to famous :
three year for breaking and entering and escape-climbed a Tivoll, then the group
wall In the prison compound about 3.49: pjn. and made their travels through the hill towns I
getaway over the prison barracks roof. to Florence cradle of the Ren
Sullivan said the men stopped John Whitner of Orange aissance. Then comes Venice,
Park as,h? wat driving along the highway shortly after their unique in all the world, after I
escape., The three men took Whltner's car, $250 in cash anda which the town crosses over 6 TO 8-LBIAVERAGE
rifle that the Alps again into Bavaria
,22-caUber was In the automobile Sullivan said. j
The escapees were dressed In gray prison trousers and and Munich. 29
white T-shlrU Sullivan. said. In Germany Dr. Helnrlch'
The Florida Highway Patrol reported the trio wrecked has arranged some special LB
their! car four'miles west of Bronson in Levy County about stops followed by a trip down I
I pm. Saturday night- They fled into nearby woods. the Rhine to Bonn, and then .
Into Belgium and Brussels
After two nights in Hollandthe t'"t ,.' "'e rr r "SUPER-RIGHT" Heavy Western Sliced Beef
I group crosses the channel: GRADE "A"
Rememberl again to London for the Jet LEGS
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Wine .is a mocker, strong : flight back home.O. Sa1.r BREAST OR
SOCIETY drink brawler, and whosoever D. LIVERLB. I
erreth thereby .is not wise. A
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Cor. E. Houston St. A
N. Magnolia Ave. (Prov. 20:1): C.tMP 2 LB. 'BOX 97f
"Woe unto him that glveth
.' GREEN COVE SPRINGS his neighbor drink. (!I.b.2:15: The Children' Jay Camp I
FLORIDA "Statistics have proven that at Camp Seminole lorMM' on
Chicken, Turkey, or
" Subject usually one out of five moder Doctors Lake Drive, In being
THE SACRAMENT ate drinkers become alchollca." operated thin year by the Orange
Services held Sundayat (Yates), Park Lions Club. Profit 29cMorton POT PIES
will to the Lon Club r
11 a. n. This space contributed by KO a 1"'u
July 12, 1964 The, Crescentto Eo holarllh Ip fund Application b11w ; 5 tea..89t
are now being accepted for tho
A cordial invitation Is extendedto .
The Green Cove WCTU nest four week, call Mrs, Mil y nil.
attend our services. dred Petemon for further Information .

will lie available from Or. GAL.
Headquarters aUf Park, Jo Hellalre and Ortega Hilts. Keducxd -
rates for three or more
.. for children from one family, ages SPECIAL! JANE: PARKER; :FRESHLY BAKED:f
, n to n. Nfe d '

rh 1"ta "M Peach Pies l.llJ.39c: \
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and Mrs. Palmer English '
have had u their house guests iM1Mi"! i JE1) iMi 1 ,! 1"1E!)
their son and daughter-in-law,
2."l E.ttNt 25 Extra
( ;
the Rev. and Mrs. James English 'II I ,
of Fort Myen; and their i",,:, W Plaid Staml', ., ir. w Plaid S1a575ps'With

daughter and aon-ln-law Mr. Miss Rachel Lamer **" I i
With this parehaao
readersAir and Mrs. Robert E. Doak, of this coupon pure 11... of .j _*
JJ Ann Pass 1-]b. Jar
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Eau Oa111a; and another daughter J2. ChIli/ rap banco tt..n_ n.tele t". If i l PiRE) : HONEY: .-*,* i 1J|
Nashville ilic
Weds In .
Bobble Bohannon, of Jack J" t.n-si -.. In '7.11.44 -.
sonville.Mr. Jjl l Coupon food thru gun., July II J: wl Coupon good thru Sun, July II 'M Sll
Conditioners Miss Rachel Una Lanler and chid bouquet with a shower of dl
Donald Fullerton iIW1IlIIIMt.r! iMI.IM'MfMliL! imRiw3m
and Mrs. Mr, Kenneth Wayne Hemmer- loveknots. '
and their children Terry ly were united in marriage on I Miss Barbara McClaln served
Donald Linda and Brenda, July 1,at 7 o'clock" the home as maid of honor. She wore a mmmmwrn \
spent the week-end of the 4th of the groom's parents hi blue lace: dress with matching .
as the guests of her parents, Nashville, Tennessee Dr Chas. headpiece and carried a bouquet t. 2E.tNI: g s. 2 i Extra m
Mr. and Mrs W. E. Amos, of Plaid Stamp -. > 5j.
L. Chllders performed the of blue daisies. M laid,Stamp
rMILBERGER Greensboro, Ga. \ceremony. Mr Francis P. H nmerly. ;;:
\ The bride Is the dauhter of father of the groom was beat With. this coupon p.eek.s..t1. With thli coipoi pvrt-aato of Tl
Mr. and Mrs.W.H- Williams Ann Pkto l-lk. Lot. Jet >M A.. '..* Wk- *..
Evans for his 111?
Mr and Mrs Augustus man son. i OARDKNRELIHII; : !>c ::! Salad MuManl( l.'i IM
and their daughter Julie, visIted I Liner of Mlddleburg, and the Following the reception: the c; - c ..
Jax f.II. ,tj J.i T.H.M
the Sarasota Jungle Oar groom is the son of Mr and couple left on a wedding trip Couoon pod tllrt SUB, hIT It M ., Coupon pod thra sun,, July It :.|
dens the 4th of lull
on Mrs Francis P. Kemmerly of to Daytona Beach: and the
I rFOR Wshvlll Great Smokey Mountains National .lil.J.I.I.8li telYlrl! liaili.li tda!
I The bride, who was escorted Park. Upon their return
Refrigeration Service SALE: Matching each by Mr. Levi Barnes, chose a they will reside at 4W Nvy SPECIAL; : DEL: MONTE CREAM: r STYLE: OR WHOLE KERNEL: { :
rocker, I full length gown of nylon lace Road. Memphis Tenn.
and platform IM.M.
and net over taffeta with a Out of town guests attending
Haiti >SVrtkeHOBM Wizard. ltl.lt.Gas Stove Phone U good II4-MII eonolUen. bodice of silk organsa featuring -' the wedding included: Golden Corn 6 ,. s 99c

n... .....71. BadMM Phone ....nll after I ,." 'J..-. a low soaQoped neckline: MrsA.. X. Lanier Miss (
141. FaUnette. St. Green Cove Springs and long tapering sleeves. Her Teresa Lanier of Mlddleburg SAVE: AT A&P11IALLMAIIKWhole:
fingertip veil of Illusion wu and Mrand Mrs. James M.

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I I/,flowers and ah carried an or Worth. Texas. Potatoes : \ lOc 1

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(Cont. from Paee One)
(Continued from Page 1)Clffcrd then through Switzerland to SUPER-RIGHT" Short Shank Smoked WholePICNICS
Milan, Plaa, and
Earl'Albert 23, serving 10 yean for robbery and
breaking and entering; Ander Coleman 21, serving 20 years The sightseeing in the Eternal H y
for armed robbery; and Lester Chalmen Haddon, 20, serving City includes a visit to famous :
three yean for breaking and entering and escape-climbed a Tlvoli, then the group I
wall In the prlaon compound about 3:45 p.m. and made theirreta'ftJ travels through the hill towns
to Florence, cradle of the Renaissance
the barracks roof.
over prison a '
Sullivan said the men stopped John Whitner of Orange Then comes Venice' Jtf''
Park as.he was driving along the highway shortly after their unique in all the world, after ,
escape.. The three men took Whltrier's car, $250 In cash anda which the town crosses over i' tl 6 TO 8-LB
.22-osliber rifle that was in the automobile, Sullivan said the Alps again Into Bavaria kr .
The escapees were dressed in gray prison trousers and and Munich.In r E, AVERAGE 29
white T-shlrte; Sullivan said. Germany Dr. Heinrlch'' r 4t:
The Florida Highway Patrol reported the trio wrecked has arranged some special I' LB.
their car four'miles west of Bronson In Levy County about tops, followed by a trip down 1 1
S pjn. Saturday night- They fled Into nearby woods the Rhine to Bonn, and then
Into Belgium and Brussels
After two nights in Hollandthe ] "SUPFlt; -RIOIIT" Heavy Western Sliced Beef
CHURCH NOTICE Adv. group crosses the channel "A" FROZEN FRYER
Rtmembfrl again to London for the jet :
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Wine is a mocker, strong back home.
SOCIETY drink a brawler, and whosoever I LIVE I RG
erreth thereby Is not wise" 0. I'. ClUIKUKVHIMY : '
Cor. E. Houston Si. (Prov. 20.1): C.UII- 2 LB. 'BOX 97f
N. Magnolia Ave
"Woe unto him that giveth
; GREEN COVE SPRINGS his neighbor drink. (flab. 2-15: The Children Pay Camp I
FLORIDA "Statistics have proven that nt. Camp Seminole lorntrd on tit"k a
Morton, Chicken, Turkey, or
,.. Subject usually one out of five moderate Doctor Lake Drive In being E
THE SACRAMENT drinkers become alchollcs operated thin year by the Or
Services held Sundayat (Yates). loge Park Lions Club Profit 4 29c BEEF POT PIES
will KO to the Lions Club 4.TrMr r
11 a m. This space contributed by pk LB
C 8-oz.
July It, 196 The. Crescentto E'ho1ar.hlp fund Application j PKO.BAVK : 89ft
are now being aCI'Pptf'd for tho
A cordial Invitation Is extendedto
The Oreen Cove WCTU next four week, call Mr*. Mildred s
attend our services pKlmnn for further Information k
?<{.(($7. hue ser : AT A IP I MARVEL BRAND DELICIOUS

vice will be available from Or. .,
Headquarters !none Park Portors. Intel, Ice Milk 1Z'T'. 39c
nella Ire end Ortega Hill. Reduced -
rate for three or more1,
r. for children from one family, age SPECIAL! JANK: PARKER FRESHLY RAKED}
to IS.

Peach Pies l-LH. FOZ.KACII 39c


and Mrs Palmer English
have had as their house guests 7 I miPl1"1'IMHJm! \a! ti i \ i l
their son and daughter\ -In-law, "=
2.; Extra 23 Extra J
the Rev. and Mrs James English :
of Fort Myers; and their .- Plaid Sin limn *. 1. "'/ rld Stamps '

daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Miss Rachel Lamer r.::. {. I. With this coupon p rcb.j. of IBS
of ?
FeddersAir and Mrs Robert E. Dunk, Wltb this couoon purcbii ef _
1J1J/j/ Ml! A. ... M Ann Pto 1-lb. J. *
m Pap lJ t .1't
Eau Oalll;and another daugh scants MM >>
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JJI Chili *
ter, Bobble Bohannon of Jacksonvllle. Weds In' NashvilleMiss I a"'t'Hle.In '.11." / -.. J.. T.ll-14 ...
a 1 Coupon .ood thru Sun, July II :jH 11 Coupon good thr* Sun, July 11 ;'a

Conditioners ]jjjjJ Mr and Mrs-Donald Puller. Mr. Kenneth Rachel Wayne Llna Lanier Hemmer-and chid loveknots bouquet with a shower of .!MIHIRlifYiIM! !la iMI.'MMlifil! L.fJi"iWl"i''JEl .

ton and their children Terry, I ly were united In marriage on Miss Barbara McClaln servedas
Donald, Linda and Brenda, July 1, at 7 o'clotk at the home maid of honor. She wore a ] 11 1ri1
spent the weekend of the 4th of the groom's parents in blue lace dress with matching 1R1Rm
u the guests of her Nashville, Tennessee Dr Chas.L headpiece and carried a bouquet I 2t; E.\.tn
Mr and Mrs W. E. parentl'l Chllders performed the of blue daisies ( tD l'/ "dlJ Slalllllil !
Oreenaboro, Oa I ceremony Mr, Francis P. Hemmerly, j
The bride Is the dauhter of father of the groom was best With thle coupes S ..rcku' *f -. 1*: With thin oolipO. J> .arraW of !
Mr. and Mrs W.H- Williams Ann Pig. 1.11>>. '.0" Jar IBJf A.. .... ...... J.t JS
and Evans tor his 111
Mr Mrs. Augustus I' man son. i (UARUfcN; KELIH11: .: !> J Salad 18
ilc:1 hiNtnnl
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and their daughter, Julie, visited -
Lanier, of Middleburg, and the Following the reception, the ;:t
JuJ-' Jar T.1MI oaf
the Sarasota Jungle Oar-I groom Is the son of Mr and couple left on a wedding trip Coupon good tare Sun, July II ill tlj .t Coupon good thru Sun., July It :I
dens on the 4th of July
Mrs Francis P. Hemmerly of to Daytona Beach, and the
MILBERGER I II I Nashville. Great Smokey Mountains National ttiMSHIMiiiliiifitHliSPECIAL! ! ! u !MI.'HI.l.'il.! ! il! .
I I The bride, who was escortedby Park. Upon their return
Service eeich Mr. Levi Barnes, chose a they will reside at 4911 Navy : DHL; MONTE: CREAM: STYLE: OR WHOLE: KERNELmmmmmm: ;
Refrigeration FOR SALE MaUhlng
full length gown of nylon lace Road, Memphis,Tenn.
and plat/orm retker, 'ILII,
net over taffeta with a Out of town guesU attending
Wizard Gas SUve la c..4 eadlUen land
Haler NrnttflHorn bodice of silk organ featuring the wedding Included: Golden Corn 61s 99c
111.I*, I'll.... 114-Itll :.,
Pfeone SI4-I7M BaatneM Fh.ne 114-1711 after I ,.Ift. ,.... a, low scalloped) neckline Mrs- A. E. Lanler, Miss
I /. Palmetto It. Green Cave laclnge and long tapering sleeves. Her Teresa Lanier of Mlddleburg, SAVE: AT A&PI! HALLMARK
fingertip veil of Illusion was and Mr and Mrs James M.
-----.- held In platt by a circle of I Plemmons and children, of Ft
I/.flowers and she carried an or Worth Texas Whole Potatoes (::..t\ lOc 1

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