The Clay County crescent
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079902/00132
 Material Information
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 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
notis - ADA7385
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System ID: UF00079902:00132

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Of FkA. HISTORY A&P Week-end Specials' ,

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Two More Fatal Highway Accidents Bring. w II

As A Matter of FactThe County Toll for '64 To Seven Youths

Joel Uenty-four, hours Park home la a matter of
after be revived his unrestricted conjecture in .'
number of visitor to Oold Head Branch State
Park continued to decline lut year, according to the Florid 4 driver's license: and dictions are rife e
Board of Park and Historic Memorials ;i only two days after he celebrated Moments after t ;
his sixteenth birthday, crash State Trooper
The Board reported that In fiscal lies 64 a total of ,, Erwin Rurlo Liner Jr. of rell Crawford, Jr
120,081 persona visited the park. This wu down from Orange Park, suffered fatal at the scene. He
123,101 the year before and 132,133 In fiscal 1981-62. Injuries when the far he wu that after the car I

driving between( 01'tC'ICove highway Con the
In spite of this steady decline, the State alx months 1
and Orange Park plunged 174 of the road), It
ago purchased an additional 23 acres to add to the parkat
feet off Highway IT and through the air for
approximately 22 times the assessed value of the pro-
crunhed Into an oak tree. He Inferred from
officials told The Crescent the ,
pertty, At that time State ,
increased acreage Into which there wu then no access or w On Saturday afternoon car had seen "
Rick Liner, the 6.foot-S high rate I
road of any kind was badly needed for more campsite on very lOur't 1
Inch tackle on last year's But a witness
.the 1338-acre part
Orange Park High School hind the boy told
Late in December, when the Imminent aale of the football team, died without wu not correct
property became known 0, E. Collins superintendent of having' regained conscious mother said he had
the park told The Crescent additional and -necessary" ? ness "a diN, spell" that
campsites within the park could not be built.on property ins friends and teachers fore driving to

already owned by the State because roads would have to called him terrific, a !levelheaded Borne speculated
be built to reach them. The State paid Sam RlUer, a re. boy, a young man have become dilly,

tired Jacksonville auto .salesman close to $10,000 for the with a future, a great guy." ed to put on the ..

new land. These art the known facts somehow, slammed

What happened between<< the accelerator oC the
time he Wft Orson Cove and After turthe(
, The final answer to the racial problem canonS
ERWIN RtRIC USER. headed back to his Orange Cont. on page
) be understanding and tolerance. This so-called civil:
rights bill of 1964 not only! does not contribute: to these -

attribute of mind and heart, but by attempting to coerce
racial food will It stops the progress now being made,

and creates suspicions, divisions, and violence Judge Luckie Halts Watkins' School To. Graduate L.rgestC.\ass l I
The greatest obstacle to a better life for the nonwhite ,
population of our Nation Is the fact that there are not ,

enough Jobs, not enough good houses and not enough Keystone Town Hall _
good schools In the South or even In the North. 'The) 1m .... T -
portant consideration is whether the JoN, UM housing, "My students fact exactly the same problems In getting
and the schools available to those people an good'" CwMtmcUon of Keystone HelghU proposed 135,000 Into college' that those of any high school In the Matt

whether they are Integrated.If town hall will have to await a referendum among the town't d f fact no more No .leas, And n',; entirely possible they love
we create the economlo cnmate which the American voters under an order Issued this week by Circuit" Judge +1w + iMrnlng for UM sake of learning l to a greater. demo. sad
Negro needi to get a decent Job be can get what he needs Charles A, Luckle. know bow to attain U better than a lot of public school,
out of life without Federal coercion" paternalism (Excerpt Judge Luckle'i order grew out of a suit filed last month students
from an address on the floor of the Senate by the lion against members of the Keystone Town Council by Krystont Thus spako Ulllan Letltia Welkin founder owner
George A. Smathen.) Tax Assonant James Cook and two unsuccessful recent rand* 1G and only teacher al UM WaUlne School In Wean Cove
(dates for the council: Don I. Pangborn and Arthur F. Man. 8he to a disarming candid tttito lady who might tip the
M MBM gt. nering Through Ocean Cove attorney Berwick Anderson, the lei seals at M pounds wringing wet But the near.,...
"Borne of this law Is good and acceptable Much of plaintiffs charged the council had no legal right t oborrow t lomte devotion of her IMI students to not mutt but highly

It, in my opinion Is bad and unconstitutional: unreasonable the necessary: funds from the Keystone Stale Bank I becaue articulate testimony to the devotion to Warning and the
unfair to the Southland or difficult If not Impossible the note given the bank constituted a bond, the Issuance of capability of eommunleallng of this blunt and; paradoii
of enforcement. We have the clear right to attempt by which, under Florida taw requires approval of the free cally aelf.effadmg woman who hu devoted a Ufettmt to
persuasion to repeal those portions which we do not approve holders In which a majority participate 1w rommunlcatlng Warning and the tools of knowledge to
We have both the right and the duty to challenge in the The town council argued that they had voted to build Clay County youngstereFive .
Courts those portions which we think are unconatltuUonal. the town hall under a resolution rather than an ordinance. rt nV.t days a week on something close to a yearroundUsto
But, as law-abiding cltUene, we have no right to defy It, Judge Luckie held this "measure Is la substance and I the preside over itaaaet. In a minuscule (10 feet
and no choice but to obey ." effect an ordinance. It dealt with a matter of substantial! square) one-room sthoolhouae thai Is not red but pink
Importance to the elector and which Is relatively per U to set In a grovt of tree Just west of the Green. Cove
national philosophy
"J I believe that the pendulum of our
manent In character" : city limits on the Penney Farms road u"Tvtlvt
fir to the side of too great hast*-too greatcoercion :
has swung understanding The power of referendum the Judge continued In stud nU In this room,* one ask. "What'
too little persuasion tolerance, and '
his written. opinion U a valuable right; In the opinion of about discipline!"
It will swing back, Inevitably\ and th.ahi
I believe which will determine. the basis on which the Court. IU eiercUe" cannot be circumvented by calling ". never have had any problem.) with discipline she
final standard nation mutt what would otherwise be an 'ordinance' a reaoluUon' amps u If she knew. the ,,,",Ion wu tomn,. "Or1Ief II
will live together peaceably our t w '
two races be tolerable. On this basis he enjoined) the Keystone city counrll Naaven'g first Ian, Why even when. 1 WM teaching al
find to
what both races
depend upon from accepting any of the proceeds: of the promissory note day High I would listen to a rumpus In UM .nit ....
"In the meantime, I hope we shall not noon to bit dated May II, |'" end If any portion of the borrowed ronm and wonder how anyone learned anything. Thesamt
Urnest-much less to violence of any kind and I hope money has been disbursed they art enjoined from using students would scene Into mo and behavt. One Iaated

we shall always recall that when good ettlsent do not obey any part of It for any purpose ".ace$ to repay the loan ,, per Them why they dtdnt behave In My classroom. the
the law they help to bring about a breakdown of govern until the Issuance of said note .to approved by a majority way thy did .In ottere Trey ald It WM different"
merit This Is a Ume for patience, restraint s.lf-controland of the qualified freeholders. The difference 1 .to that to UQIan W MIll... "1"', rot the
tolerance Somehow I feel that even In this difficult The council was further enjoined from carrying out ..hooI, It'1 the krwwMge a school pmMeaTwo ..
hour our Florida people' both white' and colored will re. any of the provisions of the ynoluuon'. under which the w..h. from tomorrow snomlAg, tho Walking
pond In a very fine way to this challenge and that we proposed structure was to be built. r lcM wilt graduate It) youngstere ready for ..u.se. It
shall have a minimum of difficulties in our good and lovely Coate of the litigation were laced against the City of ) lei win be the Urgcel graduating class. to the sthoorg 11-,..,
state" (Excerpt from a Fourth cf July Stroh by the Keystone HelghtePoultry. w history

HOT Speiaard Holland) A native ef Camden 1 0* she tame here M a child
with' .ht taients. lit, maternal grandfather, Jobs Footer,
Processor Closed
-- -- moved from South Carolina to Shawn i Clay County

Trend-.etting fan and holiday fashion In ready tt* eomfflunlty wet tf, honey Farms, soon after UM end tf UM
wear. Incorporating the newest apparel fabrte develop Civil War Her mother Annie Panes WaUlne. WM a teaches
mints from many divtowna of BurUnrtoa Indaetrtea, fee* la UM County M a young girt and. flatted relatives U South
were previewed la Hew Tort receaUy at special fashion ULUAM WATVBINs Carolina around t UM turn tf UM aenlory- lbs stayed toiCwattmitd
show for more than IM fashion editors of rwwtpapen free : an Fagt Two
the United tales. and Canada.
throughout --- --

AtaotIng to Burfington tuft authortttaa. the-tot*. I JONoa.MANVIIJJI IALI Alto HIT IM IBAaF Killakt .

pfetely feminine woman'' by the predemlnral atyw aonwt Some School Milk. tf JohMamvUle hart .In the year earlier perflad.
'tat aO tall, as Indicated the new tUmenhancing (0* Car*. which. aJam to watteoarn.iU
i ihouette* with ester drams Wai e..... attnky cr.t .-, ... tf ft ..,-MJU.o. Sails. for the usual .uar.*

pronging DeeMim, ruffle moose and .... km dtflar alaal. U Gnat tor. I4i. .urMt4 said, tiers
Prices To 1 Cent
Drop Cant wHJiM UM Mil N day 'U.,1O'$ .
Other taU fashion hlghJUhU noted by BurflngtoaTwrUeaatk _.. 19. mart than
t let UM fUM .half. *flt44 wen $13,00110Inert\ UM INS
haw .:.... -.. a CaUstlng ewwt shape MUk aold a -It .art* In UM Cs-aMy schools tht year q1/I/N.. a rtIt tf non .....w AIM second gjnattr MlUM

that sets off UM. petti* bead sad the. new ...ua> hairdo. wfl prvUaly to ft aany+ ices than M WM lad. ,..,. thus $311g1IOS ,true the year totaled IllJUJOt,,
Vn ehapd writ sweater are tie****** or f.Ote4 melt TAM WM ....... this coq after UM Hard of avMtoiMUwtlwa Dame INI arttd.C . etmeand wiUi. |.m_ toUM
an&e da.ew sieges. a../,,, a awMrart far aQ mast tor UM Cswatyg a ........ JMMM.UaA' INI iaond tuarter. Per
Tweedy MMe Dave crawled shove the. knave to stew Kane s>ha*>ls err I n oenu a half ..... eM .... hems than YUle F>eeld. >... said ,..,* Dart eatrdngIo1 the Mend
aft the brand aw tmwed etataHita and eatored whoa ... said a par ago. TIM ......i ..e4 to) o.u,..'. day UMg ..,... to UM fir*' ejnarter were ....uai) to IIII 1 a
Aretes fatoln are assess than ever to ektosfpanto Dairy half of IH4 owe m.m.-. hart ve N cells a allaN

and abo to dreaM sad ****** wtth toaxfortUM A ..bataraaaN. 1M MArsI iwrd Said. losS pease e ewal o1111adwolwiraa1Ud7Je1 In the year a/U r pert04.'nf1 .
kty factor. caM to .nU1) TMt fSgw* ..* ..*>e to .!.... MhavnaiiiCtoli. tr IIJ a
"'UJIIIIIII way dew lbre la (BatMb*.)* .! .tortM UM lee1 tf day tf to* y are s..ai>n>

dreeeei of Mack ...... er ..*..d ervp-a. Who seeds ahead .. Jar 14 dart tam usage drtak WM .
,a-arii and stem on the ether hand are gayet.rto.aUy. taga* Ilea H aad Mss to UM yams ..,.,. LaM pose u.. siMwlkCk MTATI. CITIt DCrCNIf( KMIKOENCT ITATIOMH.IIMI
swcftsd aad tarn....... Caiteriag Stead to UM fatten.Tte . T*. Baa W Osage Fart ka. lartMeiMd |IMIIIS eanlraft ass alikhd M..n 4> '-'. sad Pert* .
anywisr agreed .to stay en the Air.
hid cans ST.M i tu,e *. ttM nwxrty srta rV wow. rt tae CW ......
..... kat Msii"ils ra4 to vas tr night, an ......
tat*. Meg bah Is m..*...d la tnorte aadal* May r.-r. t.., spas pose c..t,. lased gsMey 1.e'awn. WKto Uwre WM M. Immtltti ewWanalata. tt UM ........ .
terse wear to shaped hs... Mss aad ,..... sal .. TW a...rrtr .....lM* a.............i ./gb. ears lMt eVee) to UM yrtoya 0 site. hdwrssl olwrvereraaa --IWI'F a Twm your fUdlo to IM
wee SMtrwrtlee.* frtmCUy for
tag* haj.ii.tot to** .. UM Mad UVst faartca.iO W bad sad eaftiliii rid ........ TW SM Vaaaal .. .> .d ...* OM ....ra.. WM Wi a par see. the tofermaUan from your
-ia.iam. ti.status.Pavy-strX. are iiaulKiry lesatJeto .. t* to the ai.il ytii | a* lit***.. IW..ttal uu.nMf ...... boa A..areo. ..... wee Ike" I1aW ..1.s. WIslet CwtMly Owl Defense Clay County Civil Defence
sfcotktng( pte. out ft rtmsM wonted crvp. ** . wtt OM elf IM ..... M load .9 .e wefOl' t.e> aei t** sad av.MU.ii.fl */ ft sesat.m kawAtwl M UM kaaCtw MRr ll.u.ul.ve. In eases tf Council tn time tf tmer
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a4eaJ .
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PACK TWO (EC tap (Bounty\! (QIreSCfltt, T; JTElt lt,

fount Crescent ,0' otUklttr Watkins' School . Altv/Ti/od"'{ :: 1 Em

I ful
BY Dr. OHm Beward
by DUNCAN CRONEB (Continued from Page one), act
marry a South Carolinian Wyatt Watkins and after the trio
A letter last week from the chairman of the Board of birth of their only child they moved to Green Cove. Miss evil with g-ood.(13: > tl lOll

Highway SlaughterIt Trustees of the prep school I went to Informed me I had Watkins was taught by her mother until she entered ftihI the other is: "You must co tat

Been chosen u one of a "select" group to write them a let junior nigh school. alder yourselves dead to Band prime
ter on what Woodberry has meant to you" alive to God in JttChrist.
teem a grim and futile exercise for newspaper and After graduating at Florida State University, Lillian\ ." (Chp. (8:11): ) His leu I
automobile auoclatlon and state safety and law enforce- I can only suppose my letter, if and when it gets writ Watkins became a teacher of Latin and Mathematics at taught bow In that seethlr Ir

ment groups to KO on reciting: the hideous vital statisticsof ten, will be shoved into one of those massive computer Clay High. Her father died in 1941 and by 1.4I her mother's animal city, it was possible

today's highways.It machines along with letters from such others who were health became such that it became necessary for her to live a Christian life.

In school with me as Charlie Myers, president of Burling give up teaching and stay closer to home. And so It was -
hu been said more than once that the world's moat ton Industries, Inc,; Oordon Oray, the former Secretary that the Watkins School came into being. "You must consider you,
deadly weapon Is a moving vehicle. To that one might add of the Army and owner of the two newspapers in Winston- selves in certain very centways" !

that man Is safer In a space vehicle orbiting the earth Salem; Bowman Oray, chairman of the Board of R. J. What do her students get he says. Our pries

than In an automobile. Reynolds Tobacco Co; Thruston Morton, the United States "X will teach anything but Physics and some of the thought about ourselves

The death last Saturday of young lUck Liner a 16- senator from Kentucky and other assorted bigwigs; and commercial subjects." crucial. What others thinkus

year-old giant! who has been characterized by all who knew the computer will then figure out why I'm not making ls important but It Is

him as a young man of great and Irresistible charm, a boy $100.000 a year too. "What about Latin How many of them take to that!" greater, ,moment how I eo
another reminder that man "Well she said pondering that one. "I don't see how skier myself What am I?
with a limitless future la no meant to
What has Woodberry me, or, more generally,
child Is really safe on today's highways anyone can spell properly without at least the rudiments muckraker Merely a dtgettl\
no woman p what does school to T
mean any young man or woman DL GEORGE HOWARDThere
mental and discipline too.
of Latin. It's good practice I apparatus A sponge An
Whether this boy was speeding or whether as his Having been something! like an only child (my older However, I know there are lots of boys and girls who haveno is old legend Of man"Atailor's model Aw
an Or n
mother appears to believe he began to suffer some giddiness brother was already practicing law when I went off at business even opening a Latin book. It would not, you his'monarchai al I a'man? Jt.'g a law i M
all of It, to boarding school), X would say that predominantin subject consulting of I in!! II
attempted to brake the car and ended up by might say, be mutually bent vial"
how to the enticements that our character
to never
escape rise
accelerating It; the result was the same. He was the sixth my memory today, 30-some years later, Is that Wood. "What about your relations with the other teachers in
berry meant I wu, for the first time on my own. I had of the world. The mon- higher than our thought "Aa
casualty on the County's highways this year and all of the County?" II IJ
arch ordered him to fill a goblet man thinks-in his heart
to make friends do homework ,
own keep
my own my my
them were too young to die "Hirrls Long. she snapped "Is a wonderful man. Ihaven't
own account from the allowance my father sent me. In with wine and to fill It to is he" The thought that I
It ,bide!blrb"ltt Me6d:'tl4"l tMU6thd\ titlt 1 1yet. none of these, I must admit was I an outstanding success. met Mr. Tynes. but X only bear" the nicest things'about the brim. He was then orderedto make of myself Is the though I I
him and I'm hoping to meet him.
.: It Is. tod- -nore'JUI1e1Otm''''''of 'the vehicles' thai carry the I goblet through that makes me. i
tra them.. It is easy to rationalist on*'* own failure but I "And the future the streets of the city.
attribute much of my lack of success as a "rat" (a new "Wen." she said, ".....* filled up'for' <*xt railX am: "Consider :yourselves II (,
t+lrivbillidi"thkt"wfut.Vefthi'""UW.of t Ithatt It' student) to a hating system that was nothing short of having to Uk'thing*' a little 'eUltI""''than'L used to. Dr. An executioner wu appointed the Apostle, Otto be alive unt 1

ma. m..n"\rIfIOOde'.U\" f otI\'frAltmr V % 1'trff't\h' sadistic And II\IPPOIIII have always held a fond spot In Malone keeps cutting down on me. Look'at those string'' to follow the man with Ood." We know what we met 1I

stiWWr'traffic laws"are 'nded'wttna-fartttorelgi4* my heart for Charlie Myers and cordon and Bowman Oray beans. X planted them but he wouldn't let me touch them J orders to remove his head If I I when we say that someone .I

entdibtt nt; This" is a movement in which"1 the'auto Because they refused tats advantage of the opportunityof afterward. so they hat gone to seed. he split a single drop. He are "alive to money".He has a goo .1

matenrtould''wrt Uk1a :r making a public jackass of a youngster newly weaned Living alone In a comfortable frame house jw'behind'I rued the goblet to safety: NothIng scent for moneymaking opportunltte ],

o :, from his mother There were too many who night after the school and being no admirer of the emanation. of TV, was spilt on the ground If we say a muis I

dismal night closeted all the "rate" they could corral Into MIll Watkins reads'a'great deal'when sh 'isn't grading* alive to beauty, we met
1 "What did you see by the "
their room (my roommate Zachary Smith Reynolds the papers. A lot of the reading t\r1.'Her' two-favorite the beauty of the world haunt I
The DtkmtoaBy poets are Edgar Allen Poe and 'Wilham-Wordsworth.Shortly .' way! asked the king. "Did you '
son of old R. J. Reynolds and cousin of one Louis Reynolds him like a puffin He aw
after her mother death 19 month Igo;JG* see the jugglers and dancersin
of Reynolds Metals and X were favorite targets) beauty even In the curves t
the urn,,,. go to press.lt. $ "a neifeerUmtythat" and enjoined them to make public spectacles of themselves.I Watkins wrote these lines which could only be written by the market-placet" mud on a rutty country rod
'devoteif The man replied that he had
8efta'Qlt'4( a Poe
the'Republican' ptrt, wm have renown'
found standing on a table before group of braying noticed none of them. His mind And so, we are to be "all?
bearer. man'
Berry"Ootdwater U'Its "standard At -
older boys who bade me to "grow Inks grau" or flush like XNMZMORtAU had been so absorbed In the to Ood". We are to asium
(or"U)1JbO' will be bI'lUMinr nute/st thlOrttlni, |r.;tk JoIn
a toilet" demeaning unfunny and not Infrequently wound Immediate task that no that we have posslbllltlei In
It seem to be a tossup.If "' *** I
up In tear which was, somehow, even funnier. the evening cam a summon thought trailed away to surrounding that direction that we tin
%** ...ei'wh' Republican party and If we had lpAckfd'i'II' A* the sun was sinking low, distraction. have correspondence with tv)
This recollection I II at the root I of distaste
suppose my I
SerAter Ooldwater: as our candidate 'fo the"Presidency, And a vole that only whispered highest that there ?Is a kinship
for the deification of football player because It Impllcltly said monarch
80 the ,
we woWd.' ;'we think, pkk Clare Booth Luc*,'' th* srtMmUU'reonvert'td Swift a.* arrow from a bow. between us and our Creator
makes any non-football player less a men "learn your lesson, become absorbed
Roman Catholicism as Us running mste.'BUchaticket ***', : It may be we are only In ou
"Com higher, ever higher
might pickip some of the big tit, votes Ooldwster On the other hand, John Carter Walker, the headmaster up in Ood, and you will spiritual babyhood; we are nor
On your pinions white and strong, find the attractions of the
will so badly need. of the school In those days, was imbued a* few men Prom the bed where you have suffered world losing their power over yet mature,Christian believers

But this Is not likely to happen. I have ever known, with a deep, almost aggressive Integrity; Lain and suffered for so long. you." Nevertheless, we are alive and
the student body lived by a rigid honor system (administer .. akin to the Eternal. A babe

What seems likely to happen Is an articulate ticket ed by the student council that ha lent a lustr to every "Rest ls offered" said the Muter This reminds us of two however Imperceptive ls sill (

headed by Ooldwster telling some sections of the nation alumnus of the school have ever known. "In my garden fair and wide," 'l..:. things which the Apostle Paul : alive to its mother.Let .

how strongly I he would enfoJ'Othe so-called civil rights And he touched and eased the sufferingOf recommends: in his letter to (
Woodberry meant all these things that have left I us then not ferret on
bill and others how vehemently he voted against It. His my mother by my side. the handful of Christians living -
marks on m. It meant fishing In the muddy, sluggish family connection. We belom
mate would shadow-boxer I
running e a
Raptdan River Just down the hill; It meant classes taught She has gone from earth to heaven in Rome that proud, mat to the Household of Ood I*

In this likelihood, the Ooldwater team will be luckyIf t by a few dedicated scholars and some others! who should Where my loved one lives today ertallsed and vicious ancient us walk worthily of this big
It carries eight states (and not one of them a pivotal have been ribbon salesmen; It meant an occasional trip And I am bowed la sorrow city One was: "Do not be overcome privilege

state). However'much, In these droumitances PlorMlans to Charlottesville and Saturday afternoon movies In the As on earth I have to stay, < by evil but overcome I

msy'ttlsltke'Lyndon Johnson (and we think he Is a com school auditorium Theda Ban, Pola flirt Mary Plckford 1, --
But there'll be glad awakening
mandlng 'poUtkt*" 'without conviction\ on anything' that and a lot of other forerunner of the BeaU.). It meant a
wont add a tote to' his tally), Florida could do worse than eight religious service a week (It was an Episcopal school When the summons come my way The family will be reunitedJoy
And my mother's there to greet me and there will
gladness reign
to give Its vote to Johnson. He Is already, politically, beyond
back toward shore. But more than anything else. as I,look back on It ail In that land of endless da,. Then will be no pain or sorrow
his depth. He can only move
It meant that X began to realise then was something I land Bo! we wont have lived In vain.
In that of endless beauty
had to do. Having been stigmatised In my family because
Around and Aboutby I began saying at the see of something like 1 that I would W. will all be happy there Dedicated to my darling mother Mrs Annie Footer
And forever throubbe'ages Watkins, who departed from this life March 29.Ltnian. i
not be a lawyer, I began to know that 1 needed to write.
All the glories we will share- i
I was turning out bad poetry faster than John Oreenleaf L. Watkins
noon BMITUSeveral
Whittier ever did short stories, biographies and anything ---- -- -

year ago, X walked Into Vas Mess Buick and ..... Somehow that gave me. In my own estimation at

started eagle eying the personnel In hopes of locating the east, an identity i

.. out of the with 20 behind me
.1 was fresh Navy years
X 1s most that
This, think, the Important thing any
and no time off for good behavior youngster can get out of school; to begin to know himself.he .

My qualifications ...re' big shoulders, a big mouth,

sawdust for brains and a head like a rock. These baste

factors qualified me for the rate of boatswain's mate but The Bank of Green Cove Springs

very'little else. 'The only assets In toy favor were those wilt know beyond doubt that you are sincerely trying
other boatswains mates of the world
also prevalent among to help him purchase according his ability to pay
such as understanding people pretty wIn and learning what
Last but not least, make some money on the deal
the other, fellow knew In a hurry,
Mr. Van Nell recently had open heart surgery and
well sir as I .was standing there who should bust after the operation be asked me to go to Nassau' with him I ,Housing Loans For Home Improvement

In the door but Ed Van Ness himself and by the time he for a week in order to get some rest and good food He
had reached the office, two salesmen had keen chewed
had hat some forty pounds and he was so weak he could
out, he observed that the floor had not been swabbed three FHA Title
hardly walk. We had a cabin on the Bahama Star, an old 1
mags tines were out of place and the ear out front were bucket of bolts. that leaves Miami In the afternoon and I.

not lined up property One of the sl"ame handed him arrives In Nassau the next morning. Two days he stayedIn

a car order front yesterday's business. The customer had his bunk and slept and I was scared within an Inch of

bought the ear from Cd five yean before that was being, I my own lire The second day, he staggered out of his bunk t. TA 'np loans can If yranlrj" lo any. properly ovnrr irAo is llurrlta'I/1
traded In) not only did Ed: know the color of the oar. he
shaved dressed for dinner and
went to the dining
knew what equipment It had and what the oar sold for _.. drank two beers ate a heaping platter of food and Informedme room. or Las i>i>nha nl a AoN.er, after qualifying through FILL Standards.TlAkEYOURrlDMF/ .

five years ago! Walking by the part room he questioned he was going out on the towa. Not only did he go out

Jimmy Richardson about one thins and another that theaverage on the town he had a cocktail, danced with a lady and

man would have mad notes, on and the notes made plans for a trip around the Island the next day: The

would' have covered a big sheet of scratch pad most tar taatle display\ of sheer win power and guts thatI

In: the shop, Ed greeted every mechanic and porter have ever seenl

employed by the firm ... he knew every car In the shophill ,'' I To this arrogant man. I present ray verbal medal of

IV "was In the shop for and "hobe car belonged to. I honor. To this honest man. X give my thanks for the Image.
He questioned and quibbled the length and
To this mac of great courage-I simply say-the buaInetIworlda'
breadth of the shop and headed tack toward the sales
pinhe'N....,. or-.you would have made
floor. In less than 10 minutes, he tad completely' absorbed a great boatswain's maul I
and analysed\ twenty four hours of business About this IMPROVEMENTS

time, I began to let the, picture of who wu the boss st
Van Neil Bulck-and why

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Two year X worked for this fabulous) man and t learnd. "

Mistake I mad and my mistakes! were corrected by New Management '

Mr. Ed In no unotrUln ......tbtn was no room' for

human error In Ed's: book..u.r'ro'did It right and

the very' best you katw hew** you"wer* a stupid )erk BLATEB Koau-noxri Norm trot onr STATION

and a slob, .He gave no'cjuarter' and asked'von*. Nertt Oraage Aveeuse, Ogee Cv

The lessons learned aN not' applicable to the auto (Opposite Clayton Revel ChryaWr-nymouth Agency) BANK 0 GREEN COURTEOUS SPRINGS

w -u.- atone. ; they apply to every man who has --- -- A f
something to sell Hi* three basis rake are Tail the .....

hit truUt about your IM'OIIIact.n' It as ho e Uy as

you knew bow Treat the ejueteeaer U such a saaaaer that SpecialA The. County9 Oldest and Largest Bank

nut WAia KMOeeaWtta
CLay COUNTY CtltClMTwear

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Smith! The acknowledge family of with Crovor goats C. New Phone Books I Clay County Servicemen tJI

appreciation the many kind
act'* of sympathy shown by our p.wsar r. exchange technician at Mel-

friends during the sorrow cod : ,. vtlle.
1 lost of our father and (rand- : ; r 4-H Club The sergeant If a graduateof

00 father. Floral tributes card., Clay High School.
prayers arm vlilts all bar

s meant to much May God richly : News "

I tie each of you. a ;a
Airman Third Class Henry
d Jimmy, Elaine: and Gerry
Ftrley L. Wllburn. ton of Mr. and r
1 J Mrs. Ernest H. Wilburn of
''N" t I A Orange Park, has graduated j
: 1. By George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra L Beeae
,.;J At I JIont 0 I from the technical training
et MENGET rap'I"""+1 t "i.'". Ft 1' !* During the put tU months order to provide additional course for US. Air Forte Jet

'r-.v, : '-r the Florida 4-H club program. opportunities for personal development aircraft mechanics at Ama
A MAN'S JOB! : 'to "' t1..r. u administered by the Florid. Irarienlp.! tlU.t'n.I rtllo AFB. Tex. He ls a graduate .

OPERATINGHEAVY .a : 1// ; 'f-....., A Agricultural Extension Service, ship, and rr01l'U.nd to I of Orange Park High J I

.: :tJ ,r hat undone extensive changes. function u a tool of the 4-H School.
0 ,,1<\\. c. In the put there have been club program, do hereby establish I 1
..", k two teperate 4-H club programs this constitution for the i -
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' ,
UsRh EQUIPMENT I 1Ht. one for boys one for Florida 4-H Club Council Army Reserve Maj. J.C. Sappof
fl. .. : glrla- The moat significant I "
Article I. Name, Emblemand Oreen Covehas just completed
j. '
change hat been the unification
SIR4PKMS DR*0 LlftKS st May Colon: Section 1 Name I) days active duty training
BilK HOES CLAM SHELLS of the two programs Into u a student at the Army Reserve i
I and Scope: The name of thus\
Now one program serving all of I I
Qualify Command and General
organization ahall be the Florida Second Lieutenant. Homer L.
For the many high paying I Florida. This charm has necessitated Staff College at the TJlrmlng-
Jots la heavy conitrucilon 4-H Club Council an assembly DeWeesejnn of Mr and Mrs.H. .
building roads, brldce. dam., a complete changeIn of elected representatives ham. AU.Major .
If. DeWeese of Green Cove
plprllnci. air field. Irritation -
the ConetituUon of the
lytttm, mi..... II\.e! I who meet dlscuMs plan and has entered U, 8 Air Force Sapp Is the ton of Mrs. l
tiomMltM, .(flc. bulUlnil, Florida 4-H Council.: "'
etc Local and foreign *mploytnrmt h- help expedite the 4-11 club pilot training at Reese "AFH 'I Gertrude Sapp. A IJJ7 graduate .
EJdle Florida 4-H
opport.nltlv You Taylor program In the interest of the Tea School he t
without ...,Ins of Clay Utah ,
can hurt now Club Council President and I
your present lob Complct 'I membership Section 3. Emblem Lieutenant DeWeeae wlU fly I ls a 1940 graduate of the University .
n practical. training on IUTIntodtrn Delivery of the Coanty't most f e..f mathlata, at OUBR..Idenl the newest Air Force jet train. of
Tralalar Bit* la ly read book began this week according U be used on the directors of several other working on the new constltu-j f with the letter "H" In each i I I era 'and receive( ipecUt' acade ,
Florida glen Foe lbs back<< villa dlitrict mana,,,. cities la th estate later Ito!. yea' U salute Uon. This constitution U now leaflet representing the equal ,, :
around you and to get that mid and military training! during
JOB you want aa a HEAVY ,The first pew dln Ury was delivered the Florida Ethlblt at the Fair. The color. prepared' and II In the proceu' training of the Head. Heart
t EQUIPMENT OrKOATOR to UK president at The Clay Conaty Chjuabe' of this year's directory cover. light blue, of being presented for adopt I Hand and Health. and algnlfylng the yearlong course. He Army Reserve Lt. Col. llervey
V.A. approved.For Uon. I would like will be awarded surer pilot II. Robinson, of Orion Cove, "
complete Information of Commerce Dr. Boatetl leM" -. by Is abo new. to presentthe ; "Good Luck' and "A-
L Call 115.1917 or aced rams. Tucker, wb. discussed (Hems .f Interest Initial delivery will bo made to S.MS preamble and articles one, chlevemenf ahall be the official wing upon completion! the has Just completed two weeks
addrMi.r and, taltphoB a am.b contained la It. easterner In the Green Cove Satngs- and two. Look theM over and emblem of the Florida all-Jet Air Training Command of active duty u a twlent 2

toASSOCIATED Sketched on the cover ef the new Orange Park area This Is an Increase. .f IN what tome of our youngpeople 4-II Council. I flying program. at the Reserve Command and
C Heavy Equipment Schools directory Is an artist's rendering of tho SIS over last ,ear'. ,untlt,. This new believe In and wort I The lieutenant received hUB. General Staff College at Ft.Rucker. .
+d till Lake Christie Drive Florida Exhibit at tho Wer..'. Fair. The directory shoald not .. M d Mill July towards.Preamble.. Section S. Colon: The 4-H 8. degree from Valdosta Ala A graduate of
Orlando, Florida directory will be the first In tho state II. at which time the .Id directories shoaldbo W'he 4-H colon are green and white. The I 1 Sate College, Valdosta, Oa. Union with the new cover design Mr. Tucker ei- destroyed. club members of Florida. Ind: green represents natures moat Ills wife Penelope, Is the he received a 08., degree. from
lIt common color and .U emblematic daughter of Mr, and Mn Id- Clemson Agricultural College ?

In of youth life, and win .. Bradley of Green Cove 1
,rowth. The white background "

totp! Green Cove Little League All-stars symbolises purity Airman Second Claai Jerry'

tpc I ArUole It Objectives.! : To Master Sergeant Wayne A. .U Nelson, ton/ ot Mr*. Ororge r.
provide adJIUoital opportunities Smith, son of Norman W. Sheppard of Orange Park bas J
lIT for personal dtvolopmrnl Smith of Green Cove, hu been arrived for duty at England:
at -Zv-Crii and to promote the ..11 club I awarded the Air Defense Com AFB L*.. after a tour of sere

1 /j program throughout Florida mand Id \ the objectives of this council OrUftcaU at N.I"I1Air\ Bta. palrman he ls aaalgrted to a

k k ,i1Or'r a shall be to: lion, Newfoundland, Tactical Air Command TAG.
IUI Section 1. Serve u a meansof .rfHnt Bmlth received the unit. The airman a graduateof
FI ; expression through rtaponalbte award In recognition of out... Orange Park Junior Ben Of
I ; rtpmentatton for Florida standing performance of duty High School entered the AU

yL 4-H member. while serving u a telephone I'or.tn.. ?
\t .
, Section 1. Provide understand - - -
-L- ; Ings In applying the principle '

of I representative government.SocMon .I Section T. Serve at an eiample
FRAZIER BAOET VERNON WILLIS BANDY MA1TIUCatoaor FRANK COX I. Provide effective I of member Involvement In Murrhee I''

Manager Catrkor Fllche Vil /pecW toor* steeper within' all phase .r the 4-11 planning and carrying out

Club.Section Drvelope approrla. programs, maw pi}90. Agency

: ;t" lion for and prwnoU coop- Eddie Tarter, ail I Club
.. nation with ether youth or. Council President, will N U-. .

4ganlaUone.Sortlon Undine the OI1tn&eUont.4. 1
I. Serve u meant l'IannJ"nwWl, for the Florida = I
for Improving an projecting 4.11 Club Couell at Owls, I'

the complete! Image of 4-H TTiuraday-Baturdsy. JwI..tI.
T 1 club work.Section There he a4 hU fellow Offleen .

rat / \ ,itL I Motivate member will ke dlseusalnf the new eontututlon /oei MICHARD WVIU"".,
to develope tklllt. In communications and of ways and AlaiPhone I'
and In gHtlim along means to Implemenl\ the mat
mall and within. 4U41MYiH fI't tr
L JODy Sillily JONES with other goal

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roost Clay County (Crescent THVB8DAT. JULY it, 1"ti

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Mrs. Morris HonoredBy

( from page one) their final respect<< to "a In charge of arrangement NOTICE OF ALB!! Orange Park High School Any player whose birth cer.

terrific boy" Honorary pallbearers who are Interested tlflcate ha not been
students .
Ion this week Trooper Craw record.In
OP Womans Clubr were members of THE SEVBN'TIICharles ; Nollca la ....b' III lv.n that, going out for varsity or ed In Gainesville should
ford said he did not believe pursuant to a *in l uacrto of
last year' high school football football for the bring It with him
speed WM a factor In the oratloauro mares in cause junior varsity The raw
team: George Reams Oale Carter 34 numbered calla, In the Circuit first time this fall must see practice session will begg
... tragedy. Don Foullc Richard Broom years old of SUrke, died Court I will cell of Clay the property County altualad Florida, Coach Larry Wesley! at the at 8 o'clock on August 20 for

Such WM his popularitythat Eric Hanson Ronald Manning Sunday night after the car in Clay County Florida. daacrlb- school on schooldays between both varsity and junior TIT.

l I a group of Orange Park Allen Albritton Danny he WM driving vent out of ed III 9 and 3:30: o'clock. He will slty teams
Lot Eight (I) Block ((2)
r High students stood vigil\ at Splvey Art Barthlow, Morris, control on State Road 10, MEADUWBKOOK. Unit I ao. be available until August 1.

the hwplUl all Friday night Weaver, Mike Bertolanl just west of Klngsley Beach. cording I to plat thereof, rocord-
According to State Trooper .. In Flat Book I, p.... 1 andS ---=
and on Saturday both the Harry Roberts and Jim of tb. currant publlo rtcorda I :::
principal and the assistant Booth. Ernest I* Jones Jr., Carter of Clay County, Florida,

4 'v u YO" principal of the school traveled Active pall bearers were.Coy : WM traveling "at an excessive at publlo ...., to the fclsntat
and taat blddar for cash, at tba
to Oreen Cove to make Kennedy, Nicky Ware, rate of speed' . estl- front door of the Clay County Helm
.J Inquiries at the hospital Bobby Kemper Edwin Math. mated at close to 80 miles an Courthouaa In Oratn Cova Y, at

\. .itI Pope Griffin assistant arson Jimmy Wallace and hour . when he lost con Spring. M. and Florida 1:00: P batwaen M. on 11 July;:OtA

I .. principal of the high school, Roble Knight. trol. The car careened off 10, tat Fl1leraHOIJe

oar called him ". terrific boy, a In addition\ to his parent, the right side of the road, OEORQE:Clerk Circuit L. CARUSLH Court

{ rA good student He had a he leaves a half brother, Bob traveled nearly 300 feet and By Vivian H. Bobm,

I Z brilliant future. Oammage. of Orange Park; then crossing the highway I Deputy Clerk IBatl I CHARLES HELM I

"He WM a wonderful boy," his paternal grandparent, crushed through another 119 )MARKS ORAT TATES CON. I
feet of brush turning ROT OTBH3! Funeral Director
Football Coach Larry Wesley Mr and Mrs. I: C Liner ofH1l1aboro. over
Jnhn T. TrakallIII
I r 1 said "He might very weU N, C.; and his twice. E. Fnrayth Strait
V)5 have become the greatest maternal grandmother MrsP. Accordln to Trooper Jones rarkaonrlllo., FloridaI.ROAL Phone 284-90'C!)( !)

athlete ever produced by M. Casserly, of Jackson Carter had been drinking f Attnrn.vl

Orange Park High. yule prior to the fatal accident. - -- -- GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA

t The day after he gave up Burial WM In Jackson Re WM pronounced dead on NOTICE HINT 11 EAST r. O. BOX tit

Mrs. Lather IL Elliott (Interning President, present. his 30-hour fight another vine's Memory Garden*. arrival at the Bradford County HOTICE!! or SALE -

gift to Mrs. Morris.Tba Hardage ft Son Funeral" Hospital -
friend was unable to talk N4Itl la hereby given that
Home of Jacksonville, WM pur.u.D to "11.11&
about the boy's death.You'd a u.crse: IU
Woman's Club ef Orange Park entertained with a 'or.clo.un intend I. cause
Swimming Party honoring Ml E. J. Morris, past president, better talk to some- LEGAL NOTICM numbered 1101. la the Circuit NEW AND

WB. .la snoring' seen with her family &e !f...... ont eke," he said n.i.o. IX>KH: TO cOlin I will at ll Ubay till County altuatad bierida. '( iii.
a< property
At the funeral services In IN THE COURT Or THE COUN. In Clay County Florida daacrlb-
The refresBBaent UbW WM placed B*.r au pat and Orange Park's Methodist) It JUDGE CLAY COUNTY .. sal USED CARS
FLORIDA IN PROBATK. The S P.O. Does will hold
lITeral of a.. saesabers eajeyedl nrlmnlnf.Mn. I Church on Monday, there IN REt ESTATE Or . Lot Twanly-ona (II) Block
MTMHIL MAT K1MNEARTo m..tlu on Tuoiday July 11,, Two (I). UEADOWBKOOIC.:
M.rrli WM presented with awe geld ch*> u, was scarcely a dry eye among ........ at I o'clock at the Elks Lodge. Unit 1, according to plat tharo- Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. "
400 of hi* contemporaries All Cr.'ltor. anlParaonaMarine of recorded In Plat Book *, ,
caltaMy engraved, ... with the dates ., her two years MPresident I Claim or DtmandAsalnat page T and I, af the currant
and the .tber n "Woman ., the Tear. and elders who came to pay I Bald Eitalai public records of Clay County, Green Cove Spring
I't and. each and of you arc kara. Florida When A Better Deal b Mate Van Ness Win Mak It:
raqulrad ta
AIM, MM. A. C. ..,eta WM rtni4 with a sUre sent any elalmn and damand _LEGAL N.TICaAUas1. at and p.bllo best bidder ale, fur to cash the ,highest at the
bowl M memento ef her selectUn M "Woman .( the CHURCH NOTICE which you. or olthar of you may front door of the
a Etka ... w.' a ti.k. Clay CountyCo.rtbeuae
haw aialnai tha aatata of < .
Tear 1MI". May Klnnaar ..0....., lata 01 .nuACa. 10 .......... UIVEA In Or... Cova $ $ SAVE $ $
CHRIHTIAV/ SCIENCE aid County. to tba County Judta t Yes,, yurauaiil lu a tilutl U.ure.Vl Iprln,., Florida,, between II:to
Avpreslmttoly fifty members ef the W....'. Cl.band of Clay County, Florida, at hla eua.ebueu.. .....r., to "...... A. M and t:00 p. M. on July
SOCIETYCor. 10, 1114
offlca In the court nouaa of said numbaratl tint in loo Circuit
Mend* .f Mn. Morris wee present ewish net Tarewel County at Or... Cove Sprlna,
and! Oaasnea". E. Houston Rt A Florida,from within t no lima all' Of ealanaaimontha tha flraublloatlon I I will sell! ma property ...uuat.gIn By Clerk Vivian. Circuit H. CohnD.puly Court ...... "'..... Direct Dae
clay: County, Florida, daacrlb.
N. Magnolia Are at this notka. Two Clark
sal .. Jag XM-StSS OCS
GREEN COVE STRINGS eoplM of aacrt claim or lineal
shall ba In wrltlnf, and ahal Commence at the Northaait MARKS ORAT TATES.'cON*.
FLORIDA stale the pier..f corner of Lot I In block I, thaa
post offloa I addraaa ;I:1.nt.r.: : .: I South ROT ft nmns
DOCTORS INLET CAMP Subject run along tba Kaat lint III K.': Foriyth RtrottJurkaonvllto .
ant and shall bo swan to by thoclaimant of call lot I. a dlatanco of III .
LIFEServices kla sent or his at tor. feet to the Southiaet corner ot rinrldaJnbn'
nay and aerampanlad by n filing aid lot. thin run Weet alone the T Tr'kall .
faa of dollar and turn claimor ( )
ana Attorney
& held Sunday Mouth line of old lot *' fan .
demand not ao filed shall bo "I
to the point of beilnnln then
lIt 11 a. m void
h' Francaa Ellaabtth LanraattrAa run Weal along the South boundary --
MARINA Jab 1/, 114 Almlnlitratrli' of the or lot I n dlitanca or lie LIOOAL ''
Ratata of gibes: May Klnnar. fiat to a point thence run North SEE YOU ATEchie's 1A
A cordial Invitation Is extendedto
.. daeoaaodnrat and at cleat .n.l. A distance NOTICE or SALE
publication July II. tilt, ot II* feet to the North lire ol
ITJNJLVDIC WESTWDVOA I attend our services_ _._ ___ 7.16, II. l/, e.e lot I, thence run gait alone Notice .. hereby a I via thai,
the North lies of Lot T a dla. pursuant to a final iHcrea vt
AnQALK. tenet of lit feat to a point, Iporacloauro entered in cauae
thence run South to the point numbered till, In the Circuit
:- CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP and pl... Of b.pnnlegl l all in Court of Clay County Florida,
\ At Hall. eubdlvlelon a part of I will ..11 the properly altuatad
-rte action IT and 44, Township I In Clay County Florida, deaorlb-
IIOTOa.0 1711 V. B. HIGHWAY No. 11 Mouth of Hanae IT gut nocord- .4 sal y
NOW IKBTINa 4Oran.gJ'ork.Orern IDa tD map .r plat thereof r.. Lot Five (I). Block Two (II.)
corded In Plat Book I Page II MEAbUWBROOK.: Unit I, according .
Core MiJdleburg at till Public Records of Clay ; .. plat recorded in
County, rlorlda.at flat book: 0, pane 1 and I, IN
t SALES & SERVICE and tutrounding arrai publlo call, to the hlshaal ol the current publlo rocorde
and bait bidder for cash, at the of Clay County, Florida I ,
The Finest. SorvUe In main entrance and front door at public sale to the klfheet
MURRAY TRAILERS of tha Clay CountyCourthouac and teat bidder for caah, at the
( SHOE REPAIR DTEINO RE-8TTLINO In Green Cora Sprlnsa Florida, front door of the Clay Couaty ORANGEDALEM'litre
I LUGGAGE and BAND BAG REPAIR during the\ lord hours of .. Courthouse In Orson Con
w ,cnECK'OVRTOU PRlr" REPORE 1 ORTHOPEDIC CORRECTIONSSHOE on the ITth of July, 1..4.OEORflR Sprint. Florida, IIltw... II 01
A. M. and 100: P. M. oa July
Clark Circuit Court OEOROE! L. CARLISLE: -e-
-e- IF THE SHOE rrrs RETAIR ITI By Vivian H Rohm Clark Circuit Court
Deputy Clark By Vivian H. Bohm
'OEANQt PAD mONX Ill-Itll Clatde B. ,r...., gf< Ph. II4-M41 flail) Deputy Clerk
O.orte A. Rlalovaannla' teal,
SIS Lynch Bul1dln MARKS. ORAT, TATES, 'ON. The Vest! People Meet -
Jtrkeonvllle I. Florida ROT a Q1BRS
AI lorn*.jr for flulntlff John T. Trekell
_._ III E.: Foroyth Street,
Jarkaonvllle Florida

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\ ").wale 4tS tr Ih's a Chi w re' ,I IM..n I li Spring Motors .

t KY a rat y '4i1' Yes, y.,,',. In control ef
i the situation when
tf M'M wv you
tI f Jjln' the iwcctiifwl' farmers

who use P.O. loans

r 1 t : I:MI, y.,,',. purl-owner

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v hei you bcrfjv/ from i.

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you fert.1 Iht v.oyeu

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J eeiur tra ry oun went, Imprevemenli, etc.

1*( v i skew yen new

with :Stand rdjOil Lubricants\ g'tl r*.CJ(. laces ..... ye>vr
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'A'Gt 'six: 'l qrtav" !iiritfl Crescent!! THURSDAY JULY II,:1H4 H

LITTLE LEAGUE I. "Finding God In Things of Beauty" I

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'D '..- Jerry Kou -

Little League is an enjoyable .
experience for all concerned
and also on inaplratlon
to the neighborhood In whichIt
Ya .
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TRAVELERS t Young boys participating\
CENTENNIAL i I In Little League baseball will
learn more than the game It-
1 self The League acquaint I
Family them with not only I sportsman- a 1
hip, but teamwork and fair w
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Accident Little Lt'ugup 1'lcdge : )

I trust ill (hd, '

I love mi/ country and ry __
it:ill rea fJ'ct it 'Il l laws. L_ ___ 1 .
1.ynn-Cannington Wedding I tdlllJla.1ar' ; $ strive Twenty-seven boys and girla attended Green Cove The study of a shell collection a thing of beauty,
to win
and -- Methodist Sunday School day camp at Gold Head Branch occupies (L to r.) Mary Hoopes. Charlotte Telken and
One package protects you Gut win
or State Park lad WNk. The programs, from I until acts: Karen Bawler Connection were Mn. Warner Simon,
whole family while travel. Miss Margaret Linda Can. Qalnsvllle, John T. Cannington, lit ill alu' ilo lent.
your ay* my' o'clock dally bat Monday through Friday, were directed by Bonnie Gibson Terry Fullerton and Pam Harris. Trans
nlngton and Kenneth Manael of Richmond, Vs., and John
Ing-and covers your baggage After two weeks practice the Rev. Gordon Craig The theme "Finding God In Things portatlon was provided by Fred Andrews Joe Morris
Lynn, Jr., united In Beach
were mar. Morris of Fernandina
.,.against loss from fire, theft, 15 boys have been selected of Beauty." Above, Jimmy Pratt I. shown finding, well Mr*. .John Malone and Mrs. Mae Hendrlcks.
riage on Saturday; June 27,
The bride wore a floor length
I rough handling or other trans from the 21 candidate to rep. some sustenance In a melon. The sustenance department
at 7 o'clock in the First Baptist
of Chantllly \lace over net
gown I headed Mn. Baxter Wllliama.
portatton hazards. Church. Green Cove and satin which featured a I resent Oreen Cove In the District was by

24 hours I diy mywtiiri Springs. The Rev H. W. Tyler, fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline I I Tournament, to be held
thi world. great uncle of the bride, and and long tapering sleeves this year at Jacksonville Beach: ,

Whether you tnvtl)by plant, the Rev. Joe R. Olachea office Her bell-shaped skirt terminated beginning Monday, July 20. Green Cove SocialsMrs. I
tub, bus, lore, ship or pros iated. in a chapel train. A (See photos page 3)) .
anger suto. Btarke will have the opening .
Whet et you visit the Ni" The bride 1s the daughter of crown of seed pearls held her game with Bellalr-Mead- Marguerite Rivers and Miss Nancy Kelly, daughter II.
York World's Mr, Ukt Ivieition Mr and Mrs. O. W, Canning- fingertip veil of illusion and owbrook at 3 o'clock. Oreen her daughter Patti, returnedon of Mr. and Mrs Walter Kelly,
,business trip,rank ton of Oreen Cove and the she carried a bouquet of white Cove will play Southslde-B at Sunday from a weeks trip. left this week for a visit with
tour,Ocean cnilM or attend i bridegroom Is the son of land butterfly roses centered with S p-n., suiting hurlers for They took Arthur and Robert her: aunt and uncle Mr. and

national convmtlon. Mrs Kenneth M. Lynn, a white orchid. Oreen Cove will be Charles Rivers to Andrew College: Cut Mrs. Charles Strlbllng, of Columbia
At work or pity, at home or Sr., of Defiance, Ohio: The matron of honor and Bailey and Clarence Peeples. hbert; Oa., 'where' they+'Will 8. C. Before\'returning
away.S Olven her bridesmaid wore floor length Three All-star practice spend I weeks attending! sum to Oreen Cove she will visit
In marriage by '
Anywhere, plop, en, .
time, lor the my term 'ol/ the father, the bride chose as her gowns of yellow satin featuringa games will be played this week. mer, school. They,then spent I herd grandmother, Mrs. J. 1 DBcoggln -
policy. matron of honor her sister, fitted bodice and scoop neck Tonight'and Friday,, Omen sometime In Atlantic before In Oreenvllle,,,8. 0. Awe
I IGIIMlvl1le. line. Their matching veils were Cove will play the Orange Park returning home. 'l.The .
Mrs. James B. McCarthy,
s.. we lei"...,. W... The bridemalds attached to crowns of yellow All-stari. I Mr and Mrs. Alf bavli returned B

y..r.sal/rrpl" t were her .Ia r.ln-Ilw, Mrs. satin, and they carried Bouquets Saturday, Oreen Cove will MUs Leslie Rowe, daughter I recently from a trip -
John T. Cannington of Rich. of yellow and white car. have a game with Palatka All- I of Mr and Mrs L. R. Rowe, to Columbia. Tenn., where they campers shown above are bottom row, L to r.

J J. SLATER SMITH mond. Virginia, and her sla. nations The junior bridesmaid stars and It will be brood. Is a student at Andrew College visited Mrs. Dav1 .'. parents Scott Lancaster, Arthur Denman, Virginia Telken, chare
ter, Mrs. James Maxwell, of and flower girl wore floor ruled over radio station In Cuthbert for the alas Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Uswry, Stile Telken, Mary Hoopes, Debbra Denman, .Joyce Simons,
Oalnsvllle. Miss Diana Lynn I length gowns of green satin WWPS, Palatka. week summer school- Paula Liiuley, Russell Gambin and Steve Garrard.
INS. AGENCY McCarthy and Miss Patricia Identical to those of the bridal The practice games will Mrs. William Croft and her Center row L to r.t Jimmy Pratt, David Talbot, Tommy

Ann McCarthy of Oalnsvllle attendants. The junior 1 be played at the Rufus Tucker Mr and Mrs. Deward Priest daughters\ Patti and Martha, Fitzpatrick Judy Simons Laurie Temple, Jennifer Gibson
tS North Orange served as Junior bridesmaid bridesmaid carried a bouquetof Field. Oame time U T o'clock, had u their guest last week left last week for the summerat Letha Hanaford Linda Fallerton. Andy Williams, Ron
Omen One SMngenon. and flower girl Mrs. Everett green and white carnations,I everyone U Invited. their grandson Chris Ethe* ramp In Blowing Rock N.C. aid Robertson, and John Garrard.
ZN.lUstr..rssM.a Ivejr played the wedding music ad the flower girl a basket of redge, of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Croft will serve as a counselor Back row, L U r.. Terry Ful ertoa, Pam Harris Bonnie
and Miss Leanne Ivey was rose petals. EDDIE TAYLOR TO BE at the camp. Gibson, Mr. Joe Morris, Ann Simons, Karen Rawley, II
Following a reception In the Threat Williams Mrs. Warner Simons.
and Mrs. John Ilendricks
'T1111wavm.nsarlonuawca educational building of the Melba Bryan ls vlsltllg; Not I I. Picture Tom Temple, Paul and Mr. Craig. .
J : Taylor, state 4-H spent ate" days last week
........ Mr. James Cunningham of church, the couple! left on a her aunt and uncle In Char PHOTOS BY REV CORDON CRAIG
.........< e-....... Oalnsvllle served as best man. wedding trip to Ohio and New president, will appear on the with friends at Deer elcS Beach, lotte N. C. for three weeks.
Farm and Home Hour Tuesday Fla.
The Ushers. were James B. Me York City Upon their return -
Carthy, James U Maiwell of they will reside In Gainesville. morning July 21, at I.4S: TWO REPRESENT OCB Cotney Tire Service
o'clock, Channel.
on Mr H. O. Stone of Jacksonville
spent last week-end u DOES AT CONVENTIONMrs. I ...
the guest of Mrs. A. B. Reid. Herbert Tomes Cor. Park .* King JaiaonvftHPhonet
Oreen Cove, and Mrs. F,
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Mrs. Anne Stripling and Mr. f
Snyder, of Oran. Park rep, C'TIE /-7027 or EV 4-441.
and Mrs. Leonard Daly, former
tented the Oreen Cove drove of
residents of Oreen Cove, left
CHEVROLET the B P.O. Does at thler national I tC
Sunday for a two week visit
convention In Rochester,
with relatives In Montgomery,
Ala. N.Y early this month. I RE-CAPPING 4.
Mrs. Snyder la the present
president and convention delecate RETREAD ISO

makes all of trucks overniht Mrs. A.guests B. Reid last had week u her her of the Oreen Cove drove REPAIRINGFrom
types quality while Mrs Tomes Is a former I
rein and nephew, Mr. and '-1Kr conductor. As such, both the amaDeit to the LARGEST!
Mrs Oeorge Edward: Ounn of II
became members of the Grand
Penaacola. Lodge Distributor Miller Tire* Autolite Batteries I

According to Mrs. Tomes,
Mr. and Ain W, T Lemen. the meetings banquets, hospitality and .InOItAX'OF
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Turner, and entertainment at
Mr and Mrs. A! Ivey and Dr. Rochester were all wonderful.She PARK 0I
and Mrs. Doran Yelton left
expressed delight at returning
t1 .
Jut Sunday for a few days to Clay County Mrs. Sinclair Station Itoad Service

vacation In Hollywood Fla. Snyder III
delayed her
return In
1 ...)1 us U. S. Illehwar 17 Phone Ut.It31
lr order to visit a slater MIN
I 1 Mr, and htmL Robert Terry Thelma Allen. In Dover N. H. 2E
had as their guests last week
her sister. Miss Sandy Jenkinsof
ai Rocklngham, N. C.
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The .flat-floor Chevrolet delivery with the low price tag arid*' GIRLS-GIRLS and- GIRLS / 1 t td tc ..

the engine up front. Over 40 sq. ft. of completely usable VKRTIGOJOI: Io
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floor space almbst 7* ft. long. Can carry a full ton of payloaftr Jsly' 11-

Body and frame are welded together. Has I beam fronttfxli'( *. ?Ml ARTYSEACHJOHNJCQJ1VJMMIYONJ HOMO OF \\ (. d r

and le fi springs. Windshield is big, flat, practical On i G 1G 1r

unit. Sicle doors and rear window''*? are optional at extra cSt /

The CURSE Of The ..

CHEVROLET Nelea wARN Robert Mew
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Joe, It, K.It

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Telephone/ your Chevrolet/ dealer about any type of truck EKlNG ........ at the ejwuM ..... aWn, RfeVv*. U .aa J.*M sad Barrie Bet

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W.4Ttaf .. A Fri Tile flrrrn Core quintet whose popularity at Tf'ndaMft

".3317 tttf W. U. A 14 U on th.* rise a. more ami nor fans !rear their music, at "..,..IOM It

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v- M.w-=- height llcarh from fl until midnight, }'ri lay, To*? are to tw beard

. ROBERTS CHEVROLET a.M..w.A at Tn Orrra COT Fleet Reserve Club....". Saturday rrenin- from 8
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: or iHEiurrt SALE:
Nolle li hrtoy tlrea that I, AND FOR CLAY COUNTt.1rWRADA 1114 LEGAL SIOTICIiN :
Job* P. Hall Sheriff of Clay PHYLLIS A. MIENS '" THB CIRCUIT COURT OF ly Dr. PHIIIIp M. Mini., Sends Frwkloi Pet Poole Reteorck Cantor
County, Florida under and by Cut No IITI I'lalnUff THE KOI'UTH JUDICIAL CIR
virtue of a writ .( *icutloal DITIsIONFEDERAL CUIT. 1!'* 'AND FOR CLAY THE BEST WAY
Court. I* mat for Clay County, AbaOClATION. 5 Oorp PeramttntKOTICB IN CMANCKRT 70 TAKE YOUR CAT ANYWHER8
t lor Ida. on January lota 1111bare : OF niT A. H C'RtIQR and LILLIE U
oration, .b5., 1 IS IN A CARRIER/ AND THE: 8CST
levied upon th* following OF FLORIDATO CHUCK husband and wife,
described property .Ituat. ly. ... PJatBtlK. !tylJl : O. MTERBV I'Ulntlffe TYPE IS THE OOG AND Of

lot and bom* IB day County, JAMES A. WILSON aad < John Polaniky CARRIER MADe OF
AW OONDITIOPCLNOMILBERGER l i rida.. UACHIOi A. W1LMON. bOo wlf, 141 Smith Street J. T. FIKI.niT' sod AN:>t.' a F'8' & WHICH'
MILK DELIVERYW.D.Morris 1 Portable. Welder Serial NoN l>.'. U / -UI$4 50TICB: or SLIT YOU ARE: HEREBY: ; NOTI. .
I Utility trans THE: 8TATK: OP rWRIDATO FIKU that a suit has been ftle 1 Bakr itlllty trick : I.me. A. Wllooo and Rachel. you In th. above entitled ii I\OTIf'1I n. 1PIG'IALN
1 Baker fork lift without bat- IALN
I A. Wlleon, hi* wits. reeldenoeiunknown. oaue and you are .hereby re 1uTKM'I
try attorney whoa name and addrenquired
I Portable wldr Ntln. !io. : NOTICE IH HEREBY' GIVEN
REFRIGERATION Ton tr. kerebr notified thai to earT upon plalntlff'l
Distributor nil .. thai the unrioreltned' t. "peflal' '
written d
a suet. b*. keen filod acalr.it reIn appear hrreoo your
All I TrUpod Sa Bla .mnt the .bo.* entltld cauee; an4 t<>...... .If .n,.. t* the bill ef com.rUInt Matter In Chancery under and FEEDING TIP
Jersey Milk mound that you *r* htroby required U In all cult apt of whir!*_ by virtu of th. Final Lxtrt Y ,
SERVICE Hydraulld cua boot file your aniwer with th. Clerk I I. delivered to you herewith, 01 of Forwlntur. entered In that TIIQMOSr'ONVUIIENTTO!
Per 1 York motor of this Court and ta ..... or Hefor Aucuet I. A.IX 1114.Herein rertala cause pondlnf In the WAY FUD YOUR/
t loading oktdi thereof the plalntlfl fall aot or decree .r. Circuit Court ef the Fourth ,Judicial
a* the property of T M TralUr ropy open I . Circuit of Florida. In and CAT WHCM nAv'UNGI
Air <<:."'t".,_. RerHcMattoo HOME or plaintiff attors.who'. ronfreao will t>. entere.1 atalnilyn t
DELIVERY Mau.tocurtnCompany. a Florida In 19' WITH A" PRIPARO
: fnr Clay County, Florida I ,
... ...... .ervhoI name and auMrooai lat for the relief prayed la th 9
corporation, and ttat oath olber Aaebaobor. til Flor. bill of ....mpl.I"t.Th. Chancery: t elne I ; Chancery C* tWTFOOD SUCH ASFfflSKJ&S
8. ralmette Street led dst *t Aet501. It... b.. A. H, I
CALL .Ma Till Balldlnar. Jarkioirlll*. nature et laid call belni Number 1114 I. which WHICH
SS411IIAatt twa the Uol hour of sal.! ('r...* anil .IJIII L.. Crur*. hue. 1
Florida. not later than tk* Ir4 for dlreree.WITNESS,
Hene Phene ZS4-I7S namely' : tlr.a 'clock! |)5 th* day of Auc"Do I.... my hand and thlel hand and wife, art pUlnllffe IS AVAIo.pR'

Barinte rbene 114-tItl B. Viet FBnJtBH. forcaooi and' two i'elock. la th* If you tall I* do ao deem of laid Court ., 0..... Cori and J. T. rield" an* Anna R.peclal : :
.ftrrnoon. se sold ..,. < at 01. Cr..h". .ro ...r.n"lIt., I. ..
entered llth da
pro "ont. will bo "print*. Florida, thle )
of laid T A M
nlac* of ..In. attlnet for tko 0011et1. of June AD, 1111.oooRnu Mttter .In Cbinrery ...-
CAUEY'S TralUr Mannfarturlac I Compaay mended rlt" eomplalnL C. CARL1ILK, noloU01 the Court In laid. W ENGLAND *
TV APPLIANCE on HKkway No.U. aoroa fromth The nature .f oald ult bll Clerk Clrrult. Court d.I'''.. ami.r pod by rlrlus' .f
SERVICE I FLORIDA TRADERS municipal Bolt eo..... whichI for Frrlor .t Uortvace ea. ('..11 Oral M. Carllela, the terms thereof will offer for SOME ISO vrAQ AGO
lor.t.d at the former Or.. I .... sell and nell at lIbllo outcry ,
.. .....r... th. pr..rty ltul. Clerk Clrrult Cn. TNU WERE PCOPLI .
W* Repair An Brand Green COT Brian.. FJerU Cove Bprlntt. Naval B *, I will In Clay Coaaly Florida do.rrlbed J. C lAPP,, Attorney for PlelnUfl the highest and noil bidder
..!. ad ..n .. th* 0ELICVCO
ffr (or a mil it the North doer of WHO THAT
P. 0. Pot 141Gr
Servicing Clay Covmty IS E. I'a'a&' Ttt W-ra .hl'.ti..et .kWd r for rah, In. hand,, Lot 15*. Sleek 4. MEADOW. .'n Cove Dprlntt. uerIlelIpstt fl'o. County Court ...... of Clav W"iN A O1T SNUllD
Far 8lilm TemnGrant ABtl4jM4) g. OraBfa Anent th. ..... d.ecrl\.d pr.5*01R BROOK. Unit No. I. aorordlncto Clerk .",)', Florid. In ,". City of 97VeAL TIMES
the rDrtf of the sell. T. A ti
a plat thereof rorerded T-t I. II. ll-l Oreen Cave Bprlnii, FloridaAututt a
Park Fh. tMIMSFULLERTON'S Tel M4-U44 M. TralUr Maaufarttrliic Co. 1144. hetwee the hour N JUCCfSIION.YERYO
Peel Book .. Puree II and It '
Oran 'e Park mnany to ..tI.,, ald. *etloa, at th.. avblio _.... of Oar _LEGAL BtynciiM of eleven p'c,0rh A. M and twonVIorh * JOHN P. HALL, P. M. tild' sole beelna.Int .
(Musty PlorbeWITNESS nlE FAMILY'
Blaa&r Real Tel 144-CU7 Bhurltf of Clay Coaaty my fcaad ath* THH JIVKMLB CotBT 4)f at eleven o'clock A. ... onild CATtirl i
July ... ".11 LAY (tIKITV rLwMIIIA the helnc' th4 WOULD
Jacksonville aide *f .*.M Court at 0..." Con dale tamt
I. the Inlero .f W TN.' ROT sale and. let.al AHEAD COLO.
.print* Florida, tON Illh day Uttl hear .t en n
tl N. Onset An. BIa...., *. CUM R4. I' of h... A t>. 1111.neotOE . ANIlIl1l"II.C.: ... N.m* itl. date the fallowing' ...

Oreea C.. ..... M4-4M4 TL m.tm LKAAL KOTICB C. CARUKLH.n her IH444.NOTICK ecrlbed pr..oen.. tiled In Clay AI
I rk of the Ctreult Court !: OF Fit.NO or PE County Florida' la win
WE TRADE W ANYTHING 015.11 By Vivian IL Bohm.Tl TITION FOR PERMANENTCVMMITMKNT : : tx it Thr.. (I) and Four <4tof I.Kelt I. MOTIthl '
I. II. II P..utr Clerk OF CHILI Block Ftrt.ea lilt ef ((1)'.". -
THE WUKTU City of 0. Cave Pnrlneofmllme Of CONDITION' Of
CLAY COUNTT. >ITION. Park Bubdlvlilen. Cliy CounlrFlorida BANK Or GREEN roVE IMUNOIof
I 'IN CHANCCHT. LEOAL MOTIOiIN THE NTATB OP FLORIDA) .) Na Tovo I.HM* la tao lisle of Flerldojal

PAUL'SAn TRIM SHOP ALBERT JACK8ON HUOHEfl, - - Tl DAVID SNORED realdeaca Ike ..... .f bo>oloM eo, DeeemWr $. ,**..
riaUUIf. CIRCUIT unknown. The laid property an afore
.. THE Toll ARE: HERESY NOT' I- all. tetelher with all lea Altarra
Aate'A CHARLES NKJCDHAM.: : Ill aa* FOR CWT COUrfTT.FLORIDA.. r'lItllat: a petition baa been meat hereditament, .nd ippurnr Cub, .........* with other ......, and ah Item la

tepilleftnpe Conalet FaYBltireU ULADTS NkEUHAM, kla wits. 0... No. Illl filed, la thle Court fed Ik* per.maaent t.auro' lh.re..l..la.ue. are**.. of ooll"", ltaa . .... I nUII.1V.II.
OKB I A. M. U 1 A. M.D b4k>tcTln14N and ROBERT II ICY Aa.M. NATIONAL MORTUAOB rommllmenl af WtyaaRoy I In soy wise. ippeMalnlnibeing . .
FEDERAL .. 5151.. Uoverameat e111ta11.ebeet' sad
I.t....".. Amtreu. a rOllS I* IkeFlorida aold .. sell.fr the tfereaid .
/Tml C-nty UnaNorth W. MlewtU AM.Fk. NOTICM Ttt APPKAH AtltUCIATIOK. a oar,- eparmt of Publle. Final Doore. Swrss/leg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . t.1/1T14. 1

.( OrmBO Park U41SISGrecB THE 8TATK or FLORIDA III .rall... *te. Plaintiff Welfare for *.. ****..eemmandedto adoption, IHt.d this '41.. diy .f July. Dbll.alln** of Blal. and aolltk-al. ubdlvliUa . ||f.Mi 1

Cott a....**; Fteri4 Tot and CHARLK OLAUT1 MKKDHAM.J:. NtltDllAM.hi .*. and":-n are appear bereb>la Ihle Court IMI Leak ..d dUooual . ., .. I.lUIIMIBank

wlf. KARL M. MAROROYB aadUUBT at th. CUr County c.." ...... areml**. wd III,III II. furallur and fli- T
Free Estimates U. MAROROVB. ht* witsD.fudslA .. Cove J. C. Bapa, tar* lit Ml M IMIIIIRe
BOATS: H.*Id.nre UNKNOWN.TOU In Ih* 1lr *f Or. .
. THB! HKKKBT NOTN ,print*, nerlda on the 150s r .p.lal .....t., .la ChncryJily *| **ltl* owad *lhr lhaa bosh aremlee III Ilf!!

hire Pickup and Delivery POND ORDERED AND DIRBOTKU P avrtcB .Or r HITTHE FLORIDA of Aa-tuM. 1114 al 1.I...a ll.ll.ll 4 A.... 1 )Ih.r ....!* . . . ..... ..*

IlandU Any and AD af Tees I* file your .n.... or 51k.r.I.sdISS TO: Karl: BTATB aL R.r.,.". aad Ruby A M. to show class why eeld. TOTAL SUITS . I, trnntedWITMCM
t> to .h* Plalatltr Con. petition elieuld net be
INLET MARINAMCSCURT Uphobtery Na.rAItOLD shut to forerloee. Artlcl. ofAaroemenl O. ".rc,..*. hi" wets. recldeace' my hand and *ffUIle t".T C.-
BAXLET recorded la OKkUlHo 1111....... | II Iroen Cove Iprlnte.. Fler. remand ....*lu of Individual, tartnorihlr. aad aora..
..,ord. Book 1*. ..!. 111. P._. To are hereby ..un.. thai .lite Ihle the Ilk day of luly. 141lOfflrlal oralloa I...........

JOHNSON Owner Upkottttrer II rr*. 110 Hcoord of CUy C..lit)'. FI.r..d. a eult I* th bee* abo boss.* eotltlod filed atklnetyou otu.., i/TIIOMAS J. RIVKRNal : LIMJAL BmraIS Tim and atlas d....11o. of ln4l...Uula, .."....111.*. a4
ENGINES EDWIN BAILEY . arrlblnc th* fellowlac and Ihtt yoa are hereby ,.- II. ;*dt. ., the Juvenile Court THK!: t''U'T"utJRT' OF ..roerallea. . . . .. 1.111,111.ps.11..1 '
Lot Nine (II. Block Twenty affliedl ef Clay (.."... Herld' FOURTH Jll>ICUU CIRCUIT .
eulred t. fll. sewer with TUB [>. l United a,.... .lov. lacl dla
CRO8BT BOATS See aril UphobUrrr. I fn. III. .rlloii Two 111. Or. yur M. II' 11, $5 OF FUmiKA. IN ANTI ramal ( peeled
Ik. Clrk at thl Court so1.. . . ... . ".... 55
TRULKK8 .... Perk, a oerdln. to map Ftlt CI.AT COUNTf.. '1..1 .
C. A. HUMMELCphohterrr .. ,......, .n Ikeplaintiff
of tko Florida Wlater Homo sir' a copy or plalMlffe. attornaywko e _LB.At B4>TU"B1tBMiAL __ .IN CIIANCKHTtta D*.alU of HlU. and iMllllral' itihdlvUUai. . . . . Ill 111 II

ALES A SERVICE ,rs. and Imorovmesl recorded Cemvany la Plat *. name and ...,... IS'! BCTIIM : He i Petition of r.rllfl.d and offkart* .herha, el*. . . . . . 11,11111TOTAL .
OUTBOARD REIAIR Bonk I II. Publlo R.... Briber Anekaohar. bit rl..,. I"",""'. 0- APPI.lrATI FOB rummm .i' 11441111
"u. MAl! KKIDU
Orann Park ACCOCTTTINO ordi of Clay Conaty. Florida. M.* 'Till II.U..... JarkaooafOI. Tax I H4CBU: asS WU4IK 41, Take demand .....It..II4III4IIIIb
0. II
,. And to enro hereof IIMM ..or..*. Not later than the Irdday 5 eo. INN, r.a, MOTICBMBJANMEN ) Total' ".... and .a.li* .....11... ,|'.'!','U.It
Phana CO &.WJ nlsIe11tCu I > t..t NCRVDY d> of A...... Lb.. Illl.If NOTICE U 012111c41015N/ ntk.r .....UltI.* .... ... .n..r..4; II......lTOTAU
TONUK. 11 Or.at Oak Cirri, ,.. fall to do eo, ....... that H IX TtN'TMAR.KII.:' tbbhold. T. .ohMH' .. : LIAHIUTIM . .. MII.IH.lt'
REED ACCOUNTINGAND On..,.. Put FUrlda, a or bo.fr pro ....,.... will h....... .? ef the fellewlnt' ...nlll.rat. Heeideaoo' Vaho.seToll CAPITAL &01.512TI'spllsll
I of Auiuet I0/4j! atnlnit yoa for ho relief do.manaed .* ha ION sell rettlfloMe* AH0JIRHEMf: NOTl
Silk day
oxhtrwl* th* eald Complaint' will I b* In (ho r.*>*>Ulnt. fer a. let .... ,. b* lee.*d PIED' Iknl the .........."'.. r.t ( (lot ('..._. *lo.k. lolal Mr isles IIII.MIM III.III.II 1

." a* ronfrs.N by yo The nature of said wed bel'** th.,... Th. s.rlltlrUambsrs. .., 4MUKI. WIU.IAMDIAL Isrpler l . . . . . . ? ? ? . . . . Ill HI II4TI1IIIT
HKKVICK tar, I* ORDERED that hill lee Ferorloeure ., ....rt...* *n- and rear of l4aan |h. ..- KIDU aad ... IB MAN Vdl...... .r.fll* . . . .. . . . . . 54I/LI11 i
NG TAX rambrla-. pro>erty sliest wrlpll..t" (he prbporly aedIbe lathe .
A.. hi "bU- KIliU have filed; a pelHUn
Nolle 0 Par
PIt 4' WatBB4 It OCR. ..<... a wool fnr four ...".....U.. .la Cler ('..... Plarlda ... namee la whim It wet er above-lyled earl for Ihtdopllon "TOTAL CAPITAL A(1111llTN? . . . . . .. . . .
week In Ik. Clay County Ore.. ..tIts.1' Mll..sl ...... ere a. fellewaiferllflval ., the miner rhHdauirod r1TAI.1JAolLITliJtANI. CAP4TA14,
Tel 1141711Personalized ...nt a ai ....**.. publiehed.la Lnl II. Block 4. MEADOW.: Ns '" ...... Ibscela seap... ado ... AWMJIfT ? .. ? .. . ... 115051llNNv.aAsmA
Services C1." 1"'...,.. Florida. BROOK, Unit No. >. _09"1., Tear of leeuenre Jan I, Illl. I* nkow race why Ih* .
ORDERED: At ,. olat regarded.> Plat rV..k eeprllen| of Propertyi Let piol b ..0501.by
AND ekeuld
I.4lccounting. n.PONB." On* $' .rlp. ... "or'.... tkle I. Pate* II ... II. ef the ..er.ronl block IA Flemlaf Ielon4)) .tame.,,.". t e.p" af your written AII .l4..d or Melt aod ,. wen llakUllle. and fe,
FOR THE BEST IB aj.ra'B4r & Tax 'th di..P lair A.D.. lilt. ....'10 reeertfe of Clef lOa'.... alit II4I4B.Neme ..,..... If *.... ..** III'''''>HtA Other aarto*** <11.51.1151 l l ale and kill. redtoroualedand
n.FRK OP ('ft..",,,. Florid. In which ....... DEN. TONUM Allaraer for Pell- oeearllle. oold with" a *..* I* royarvha!, 1,105.111SIt'

Itetnrn* THE rinrrir ml'R1. WITNEim eny hand a.lb.. NIK B. EU'Ea I loner e. Ml lrel ok* Cb14 I l.. hwa ......... ula1.,
..4 BrinUnr try .*. CRES C. aa a. abet are aft, of
II, Vlrl.o, H. ...... ..., ef .*.ld Court .l Oreen Cee"tirlne All of paid' laIh (NS... Park ri rM*. leg Hi ,
F.r T.'. It. ft I* r>.'.ly ('I.,". *. Plnrld thill 14th dyf Ceenty .1IMP/Mule: ofFtrM ntiih* orUual. Ihcrof vllhIb ills roeor*** of . . . 41 .114 It;
CENT MESS; INC. ne"te.a. nU51IU.! '*'' Firm & J..n.. A 0.. till *. Clerk af o4! Court, oa or I. hoe M. rheeeer, Vl. "' ......l aad Ca..bU. Of |h. 'M'*.
look *. th* nr.*'. Tear Talee* *.rh rortlfbMU or eoTe before the lash 4ey of A..4 creed bank, /. *..1..s1.wee thai Ihto r* ...ItI.. I.I lr.ow,
I Individual! rifkL Xotarv Public ,.|. *. II. tt l>.*.ly Clerk I* I lew the properly do* olered tlolncl, ,.* ftallat
: rrwt-AIUXi fUra fkeoMr
'1 ] trriked. la sub ...rlifI.a1N ...4 o..*...loo. ,
hitheel bidder el the reurt heaeedoor WtlNaala, hued **d Ih* U. M, Wit air* |. P. Malt

on the fleet Meniiy la ..., ., ..H ...rt el Oreo ('..* W, A. WHIoea I.", K. Bradley
mca- ..011f.....* will b* Mid !. tie Borloe Florid.. lOIs lib day
L.kSiIIF.llla.A1IDSj\ !: LK tk S ...... ef Ae...i. 114. .""'h I* .f I...., "... RIIMI: hUoalr i. I. Trlaltll.
IN TUB CIRCUIT CXHIBT OFCLAf tb* Ird day ef At al. ''Ji.. lash 0.i/er ,1, r. "" 1. ,Jr.
I CUUNTT. rUilUOAla Dated Ibl" lib day air n.oR.l. u r mJitn. Plroetor.

CNANCCR1N '"**, OIMIWIK '. CARLIII.K, Ibetll CVrh 04 th.* Clr4u't' Court ,...u.) ruse of "*...... Caulp af Hay 5515.na

>I. 1114RIIEUVELL Clerk of Ctr.*"| c..,. By VIvU If ....... I* tad ........11.. befer. .. this. Illh day af Islip' till
.. HUr."arla'.tI" ef tier Coualy. Florida. f-/. II. II. II iMputy Clerk ..d I ..,.., oerlMy lk*| I .. al *a *ffWr or d
I I I I 05. I... li. II. Mp ..sub. .

REXT-4 BrUl 11. to VrwM WANTED Tkre p.ntbte FIIEO HOI-KINB. I- Le01L Brri4Paraaial .-- ..5..1 $.... "t'lllJ'1 tTATH W201'NV
FOR IAJ.-a, eater. trUlr. TO ,I L.fNLsL ..-- (CUMillMU. KXpfltM, Fli. .. //1rLRIDA.1'
| IB hurt .( OCX. UB- 111 4.. wookly) .Uatri.l*... NerrKhi Sr OUT of Be*. Ill.II. F1orl4 BlaUlo*. AII4 si l
It.no TB4MF**.. I B.B.ErlnnoX I* Ih* provMoa* __ __ ..
ASBATphrM. OCS BB4 OPt ... II to TlTaaUolBf TOt FRED HOPKINBTHB 4mendd lUe. 4. W t'O.pu. lilll. Law. of FVerld*. ANIN h.
r......... T........* 5511. ae by
"OaUr TrmOcr Re- I TATB! OF FLORIDA 1111 Nolle I* hereby flvea Chin oabllo barmy ihell b* M0b ........ I5151M
0.1 ( .td.... wtl k* ._ .".... .:
M4-HM- l'
BbaU taair k. Eseelln&0. seedl- OCS tt..I. SOS Marl of P ble| lao r.*t o* af ley Ceoety, rtorl4a oa th* ----- .-- - -
I I r*>*Md.,*.)< WrtU P. O. Rot You ..". HKRKBT" NOyYLFIKt tiledaeaiael .*,. hip II. ,.... al Ih. hour of 1 .. p m. la Ib. Hoard MeelleHeem ...,. M.h a*. .*!
U.-{ ..$ path CaD 114 Oil a **ll. bas Mss la Oreea Coy* rlaf*. Ftortd for Ih* per**** e(1>sewn
l-. H. Zip ho above. e*. 2R51. .r 40).r rtl.. *>P
.o' .. S44I. Jai. yea la With Ih. eltleeoe of ay Coaaly Ih* oroaoeod *.bo*| bo4/*4 of I
1111 HOUSE FOR RENTt-3 i ikMa titled *..** ... pee ere her.rrequired taM rsas., for the r":. per ..*,...*. /ely 1. ..... sal eadlacJaao ..'n.ru.. B".
with I ...,.oa> M rUarNlealy t. *er.* .*.. .Ia..utr.. 10 IM*. ...... b:4... I* e..mri'. a* fellow! 01 NMIrr01a MISSNlela
I 111.,.., _eee aanw aad *.- PART I 2.4.SN Ib* Bupporl *o4 blololeoooe *f *...-...
.tat.. The a..,. f* Florida till
r.......* .1 IUTR .. hereto. year wrll.lea .
HELP WANTED .-, Sr. appear* sal T ( .4.155I
K TIIN I Aeeeoeomo*!* *
Al The Itooo t* ........ On 1... I*. IlllA
CajUyBuchlBd. wdiit ... . ,. the kill
t If ,
FOR SALE ..t. ... I*
.u.. .... Aee..... value .. aroporty In ooly M.- .II .
OPE'WO FOR .1..... PER *Pt*
) !
M4II14.MI4) cold 1. oopyof
I oowiplalnl ..,. .. ...
. .
t d ar iUlM 1.54151esaehis TEAR MAN. Ma4 k. BinM.t whlfh I* dll..e.od I. pee I Tei on ., Mep.rl' r..", .*.*.... wq5 .t"., ..*!*, ltd reek. Item*
MIII., 1
I era er.eaady.ee1.' herewith *. or before .. ..**, ('.. ,..... la eroeee* of ..II....." 144..It IIIl.ltl.lllll

BbMBlBB (T..2 JiI.u..1 1'I'I .... ..*t, Mbl wUI., U w rkBWMMBC .. A U Ins ..,.. .r* 1.5 ...Psl aad ....'..*.4 I* I* failed Male* tktvrMieal ."11..'..*. dlreot ...
foil aot or
Ire/heel .h L Refs Herein will M..ler.d sials.lr5 lie '-ul *...10. .....,..... .. . .
I sheet roafeaoo .. i.'f' i.
.I Ctk atefleten. .......* mairooV Ap U U 4t.r for ... relief pistil ,. IkeMH III. 5.'Mll**o4 4 INe Hor.1 II I ,M>".*|..*. *f ...... ..4 aolMMel. ..hdlUIa. 14.11411

writer. Fee. UfermaUeai ...... with BcBta a.4 _w. fWoj4OCS . .r pttk..lan. wrlU I. It.MeOartly. of ......of...eeld. ...ll ti'"* T.<*4 exlllo *a peee ..i leas INw..eh lu.l.ll.I Illl. frdrtfll 1,411,1141.
m-mt V* Tko aelere pro rly .. II I* Noah pr s.Is.e..4 114.14444. (malt., aad ft*>
U4-MI1 M- P. r. Bet Ml. WUnWU4k. *wiTVy-M Mill oo 4t.ISl.lo' debt **.vle. tanTKlM ..,.. III 114 II . . . . . . ?,II III.II
I I __ s, k*.4 aad Ik Ml AMMpoted Neeelylt aa4 ploUaeeeFedotol loot *.>.!* .o*<4 other lhaa aoah tremue. , .
fTortd 1.1. .eel, of oi4, lieu .t nr..a Coos I 11111
FOR RENTI I Mlk..nteeee. BvareoeAe4. t"...
KU4) aeeei t.
ortoea. "*,!... Me t"h deyl Ko*. 1114.Ill* I let 44 44 if IIII
BOGIE FOB 1.u.I-,* twwly o*|.-.4 .a.... sad - I... AD ..U I a,." .. . .... ..

kI...... ...... aklBfte aUB .j, sot, ,.._.ha., aril paid eh FOR SALE Pelts BOJMIfrwaB QP.tIIlI1.(loot I.n.CARidU....,. bat. a-.I 5.....?.. %.. liltdlll II.IMIH44 TUT*I. Aan4TTwenoad 1.Nrnme/ 1.144.44114Llll.MI.4l.

Twe lane ......... eel Cab P....T Doe. ... Certiele. 1111$4TNaS
| .II.am ..,..* /. l*'al) By 4,5. NM11.11' .
*mrD>.i brad Raj* |.....rkle. *, and
klteke- .*!. ftevelp** aod TtoMfer*
kun .. .
h4re. ,...*. 12142$I. T1lt.I I It ****. oU lse." ...... II K. *IOIOtJI Coe* Bo4o.e *| Be'.*to* of year. HV11N; .orav'alua* .. . ......" ...**
roam sbw..-..&11. latertee-.j AIt...... fer Ptalallffi . UvMleMOU .. ,I** aad **.!..* d..**ll* af iadl.MU. ,**|**/.
UeBtlMl I melt ca. k. try*..*! aB .../. 51,515 T<4*| Roeoiote traoefec ......**... llllielemTIW Nip, atd w ooralloo. ,

stern reedy. Wee reesed I erU.. Steel B.4Ea4a FOR RENT-I *.dJ... h.wa.rmisb 164.1111 .1 Orf Put.nT11T4 [ ,i..,,_.n... yvttd.. ,.|. i* U ...* |tr, Ar.royrlolloeiAdolaielroitoo I be'**M* of I'altod H4ale* U.ocsves5 'lls.eh.lpate | | 1,141 IT,.14

,.,...... ... ..NNaastl.n4 List M.5 11114111 u. 1111111 l *.>!*..! mint

..4 RtrevC Re.k*.. M Bay Stmi. Co* OC i Iss4OwN/.a ......". *f aii.. ead r.l4t)**>l ....<.,le... . .".... !*

Owbwt Cafl ..&.IUI. 1 h Trtlta -a..i.-.enn- List MM llllt . . ? 1.144114Operelte ,t**.*... of ban*. , , ,, II.Mil*

1 M4-MI1 i..n"n-- Ae..* Boo., rteoi III4-III* ..... .. II..... ** '."" .. aod ."'.....*' *heob\*. t .. *.; .. .ll.lll. .It

1- - -- 1 IB TUB -m"t'"T f"r'wr 551c1ArIS 1II.aea...... ., Pt4Ar4 /f.L HMItiarT* ... ..? ........, **

FOR lALEl 1X4 fr.. I n\ BICYa.u'MWJ -&...... M.Mr SHOP ""If1" !via .._ INN . .?.. .. .. 14.444AtlDMry 11 T4aldMia4 *.*o.H. . .. If U.......IfIbl

1...... otrmJtM akin bet air ........ bsha1451. FWB I .4-MA. C:.rf IKI11A21d1 ." Awl Pto.**_IIIMII.. . . 144 IM.4 T*... II_ .*4 **f la.u .....M. |.||| Ml Id

af WILLIAM .,. Fad .,.,... ... ......It... .' . .. . . . .. n.T4.nII4MII
hsrr. ud1Ihskd. ,...... ad Wert N per haesa "... RrfIT1' a-I-a..N/.1144 . .. . . . ........ ... . ,. 0410/44 .....

..... *..I0'...... .....1 OroM c...' toft*** WHUM HOMEAJITBICAN .. cairn.Oassr TOTAL UABiLftlt .. . .. .1 I If
5151211 .55s.NS .,"" Au( Mew 11N.r. .. .... .. $5454544twos
o..t ....'neSe, N.ditbaThis .1 MM far 51 f.ir.. KkafB4erk4 ....51 "" Beeyle I/r1//L Act.set1t'aH.U

lee should M BPI io k. A ...., .*... Bd.BBH N Ire Aec See NI4JMI . , . 11144B (*l IV MIIMMdM sea. IM| Pee Solos

I "MR P54re oI nOaspl.10LNrle .*M4aeje* ** Mb r oaetwao . ..... .. . ... ..... ...u.a 11llN/1
.oreeiel. ... Fee IalnaeUeeeel I.* 11&I. JIgbINA1e. ftIIM1ft.uH. A 00M MSIwrS Lit M. 055444454 .. . 11144O IsM.. . .... . 5. . I . .. I III,55.44

...... .... ,.1. p 1+l.p fII'"_I Mss, IIIlh4 ....., .4.**ee Mr Tro.ser.Oat 5100l* . . .. . /1///N r.4lfl4.d 595.151 .' . .. . ... 1114111PUTAL .

( _ '-m S001N fs..M rwuJANISIS **.*.M. T.005er.. t, l* l4
NO ' PS, .mrtab o'.ws.o d fait**M41 fUee dpo'N. .r..l.: : CArr?AL juxiunn. . . .. . . . 111115TaI1
reM ho* W.4 lad Moole y.... A,ie. e4oO-- t,eofee ... BMOTC*.. *

I 1 r" AREA i BUSINESS : cr Rynmjl| .*04 s 40 o O the oe Okeo be*****XMW4*,Need..oe I* PANT IL Ia.eN,1 S :=.:..::s55q e:........ ,... 111151IWTT'.O U4BILrriB4) sad 5410144. A011PMwM 111,10

M* e..e eio*.rf. MMtfoerMOM (a..sM pee 1 "...,- '- rwi l tx S 51 0401101
. ftn.. .. . . ., . .v-YTT. _-.tk.. . . .. .. .1. . . .1. A.ee sad .lln >* or-. .M iHd.. RISIN ...4* p4dle4 *# a-M<.**4 N oM.t t4abaHII. aa4
on --- p.05 .....- M.e.5.w. Coo ...>o.. *l ...1O..1 ISN .. I NsryNaCo ,.* *.*., neia 4hMl..4l*. MIN aod tltUodMo
... eda W- MN total IUM4 f.>444
pnrvrtT . INN .*... sod aoj >.tlo. oold ONO Mroo
muirmuiMB DR1'14M1wTw.I0* .. ..... Peer ... w4ar, w ... ".>. .heal M S50 SM.Wab N.a. ... rte. ... L4..o Me. rTrt4| ...... MB K..l N rste.O.w .. ... . 51014111
.. .. A PWM Its A, Ii INS sea .*b>- M Cl*** .d f**, -. . . 4 5* few M *..*e .*... 5.1 .ft.. 4Mi ...o*) Of ,*!.
BAM Ft R."III RE CO. : ruRiicTkjciM -- .... ... ., --- ... Tel *ooe. roooroo* el ...
2'Ut. ...trar5111rp55M1 .f..r .0M .. -... ...h./ FABT "I B..ad f*..**'-le. F.*.4 ....e4eerTVMI -J..t. I
orrtcsvcrrtT co. t 44 aVtaae; t |* "i**>o) > Boe4X bAW. *| |k. av e-
.9OdbrrS Sa I fUk.... t\..... Barrira -..0 W PPSNle..eNedN10.oeanta.10 B*.e4o.. seed .T>.**...*Ae4enai4 Ms.p51 4* oie*>*/. o'.10o' .... ro5.M If *.*4Mlo4ja4 0 NN 55.,1

\. I, II. 0e'Mf TW -- *4 *."* *jt| k P*. AM4 aVM |.*..|..* ? IM44 _rl to 14 b4 ad ., h..1.//o belt**;
5.111 i u.rc L J.er <* Baloewo 1411. 4* J S.54C
.. ... Cti110esSW Dull, ,.r ** *4 B j4-> W 'oo s.palss
wrv0_ us *.*. a4 4** ,.*.. .e.-.555 50Na..sl i boio**** .J jMljl: II _.o'-ARMq)
J.dunfn 1.441TR4iLLR .rn1Ptb.. $ ...1.r t.4 ,..-l o' c/.... fw e SMY 5A '****/l*" .* V...* *.. *. T4o ..,.......k, In.H. .
C .015045. 'w. tees 4., list We* Mil-Ill* IM.IU IIf
$ Oefl.. SepRMl t.1 01 4.h 1 w 0140n e4> Bk*.>* el ee>* J.*.. : : ; *44pWe I. L WIgl1.e

flanla4eaMed K55d111N.MkN Cam ......... r11M.tPK.qly.'T Mew Ap0N'Weu.. ......... Mli..e 'M Ill II.5 L ...., p5.4erS
set III.MIM "" *.... of r1or.... C**.4y *f Cloy, oei
P.e.uab.rt .. wed. n..._.
a rrtlew w slow.kI. *** N a4 4K.eid1041 bofer M IkM INS df at l4y. 1144,
$. Hr 'Tn"o.f ... thf OtoxtMkl o. INCJkTy'CWaty.p..w.Au. : j
lM OIM.ptees flu 444 11*r* y Coded y |a.* I ae* *W4 00 o4li>* e* diMeto* *| tile
TthMvW 'Pl. w af "'-M. "'"' ....... ,,...... S..:1,' ("oeoM, ... ......
I IPaI 4)511e.w5.
WIT ReeseveS 15.4.ICTTH IUI RkadtOhlld.Jsiw S OfYtlTl/ ......... M Sew ....,.11 ...,.. 55..1 Pid5Mp 4UL

Momu KOVTX. ... 11i FT' $411/ 211$41 M 1t. JIrt111ws7r .I e4 ... ....... ., r.-. ._-... II, se..en-.. *.(.... ,...**.y I*. IMTw "
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FACE DOBT Ofay: County <3dtcscevit THURSDAY JOLT U,.1M4

When the barracuda to aboutto M H C & Farms
attack. it usually assume LITTLE LEAGUE:NOTICE Penney

a .Aead-down position In UM Oreen Cove will play South
water. At such UmM, the dark
spot on Its side beoonas more ode B tt 7 pro Monday, July Rev. and Mr Basil R. Trus- I. in the Berkshires in Massachusetts Rev. and Mrs. J. A Swetnam "SUPEIMliailT" FINE QUALITY
cott write the following newt We found thler summer write from Camden JIa1neI ,-
20th Initead of B pm.
prominent according to Mar-
of Interest to many of our retreat,' on the densely wood. I"We are enjoying our New England BeefChuckROAST
Inland of Florida. members. They My, "We left ed hillside, most picturesqueand I vacation cool' weather.
the Memorial Home Community comfortable. I Many tourists visiting this
toward the end of May, and "Prom Albany,we came down beautiful coastal town. We are
RIVER VIEW MOBILE HOME PARK spent a couple of week with, into the Philadelphia area for both keeping well and enjoying
our daughter, Ethel, !In Davidson visits with three friend : meeting many old friends.
North Carolina, where we Wet who used to belong tam-I' Trust all goes well at Memar-
It ML 8. ef Naval Air SUUen attended the High School Com church in Argentina, and !lal Home Community."
I ML N. of Green Cove Springson mencement exercises which Included now to lusy' In the work of
Black Creek U. 8. Hwy IT her eldest daughter, the church up here.,& I I Rew. and Mrs. Frank i$'

Choice riverfront lots available newt Elaine,who was our bridesmaidat "Now, we are on the Ohio Grace art spending the summer GRADE A" QUICK
our Oolden Wedding two Turnpike at Youngstown,Ohio, I at their cottage n wm.I FROZEN YOUNG IB.39c
Large Shady Lets Dock and Boat Ramp years ago.She has been accepted on our way to visit Rev. and I !mantic, Connecticut. Thy.took.
Paved Street > Free Dockage for admission to Southwestern Mrs.C. A. Miller, and Mrs.Earl in the World's Fair on the HEN TURKEYS
University at Memphis, Brown at Lakeside. Ohio. Fortunately way
Pre-school children accepted No Pel
r Tennessee. we have kept well all 11-14 LB.
Call XS4W9S "From there, visiting some of the way,the Lord has blessed AVERAGESoper 39c
friends along the way, we wentto us In 11 our visits and we will Anita L McGee LB. .
New York and paid our respects bring home some very plesant
to the World's Fair In memories, having travelledover Graveside services for "SUPER-maUT"; WESTERN; POUR
a one day visit. We found the 2600 miles." Anita Louise McOee, 5-year- Right All Meat
Headquartersfor whole, tawdry In parts, challenging old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
/ and most exhauatl ." Cecil McGee, were held at SKINLESS FRANKS SPARERIBS
"Then, we made our way Dr. and Mrs. 0. J, P. Barge Hickory Grove cemetery on
northwards to Albany, New enjoyed a visit from their daughter Sunday afternoon with the
York, to spend a couple of and family,Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Oordon Craig officiating. lb. 45c
weeks with our medical son, Jack Zuckenon and Daniel .
Lionel, and his. family. His. 12, and Judy B, from July S to The child died last FridayIn
wife .ls ft Florida girl and longsto 0. They live in Levlttown. New an Orlando hospital after I
get back to its milder clime." York, and were on their way a long Illness. Snper
Right Pure
"During this time, we made to visit the other grandparentsin In addition to her parents,
1 visited Rev. and Mrs Cleavera Miami Beach, Florida. she leaves a brother, Michael PORK SAUSAGE
side trip of two days and '- I ; her maternal grandmother 3 TO 5-LBI

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SCHOOL( MILK . I ridge, of Oreen Cove; and AVERAGE C
FeddersAir her maternal great grandmother 39c 75c
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Helm Funeral Home was
In other action on Monday, the School Board awardeda In charge of arrangements. I
ConditionersMILBERGER contract for 450 chair-desks to Universal Seating Co.,
of Jacksonville Unlversal's bid of $4,388 '. or approximately !
I3 immmmmm l Special Helm Condensed 11") -... Can
$IIU each . wu somewhat higher than that of STATION WAYR. .
another Jacksonville firm. However, all but one of the t. Extra MPlaid CHEESE SOUP 110I 1 <
(Cont. from page one) 5
members of the Board felt the Unlmrsal chair-desks Stamps'
S\ were of superior quality. 1240 on your Radio dial have ,BhZT
The upcoming budget calls for no overall increase In been discontinued for emergency With this reeves porchM *f Special LJbbys U"", Can
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teachers salaries. meusges. If you have I'L JIK110NKY; : .....-... .4: t *
any questions call or write: JAX. 7-1M4 _*
Director Civil Defense Cay .1! Coupon cool thru Sun., July II :'M

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