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 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 30, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
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System ID: UF00079902:00134

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"Virginia Dare may be In trouble," says t release from ::
Accidents Killway 17 Gets Two
the WhyT University of Florida PreM In Gainesville. ;


Because, according to the historical researches of Con.
gressman Charles E. Bennett 'eight or ten other white children
were born In Ft. Carolina (Jacksonville) 22 years ahead
of her.. I CATTLEMEN TO MEET: '
Death's
The Congressman's revelation comes, colncldentally, at a TONIGIITt FARM Bl'REAU Bridge
moment when Ft. Caroline (Jacksonville) Is about to celebrate PICNIC ON SATURDAY .
the four hundredth' anniversary of the landing of tome 400 I Two meetings important "" P+vc '

Huguenots about 10 miles north of the present center of Jaz. to cattlemen and Farm Bureau ;, rl
Virginia Dare has long been celebrated u the first white members were announced '-. ..,. '% & Being Worked On

child of English parents born In America. Alas, poor Virginia this week by E. DMcCall. .
perished at Manteo with her parents and fellow colonists Mr. County Agent +

Bennett's claim,, unless he can persuade the National Parks The County Cattleman's I ,r,* ,
Commission to raise a monument to the birthplace of the Association will meet at 7:30 No Change Noted
Unknown Child may go down In history with Soviet claim of o'clock this evening In the ,'

having Invented the wheel the airplane, the atomic bomb Court House annex to hear t i; at r 4.

and a hell that has not yet frozen over. I Dr. Charles B. Plummer, Jr.. f 'r r Three Green Cove residents died In a series of six area

Informed persona reckon that Mr. Bennett's claim maybe University of Florida extension highway accidents extending from Friday until Monday mornIng '
.
superseded by a None claim that Olga Svtnaen! was born in veterinarian, speak on ",' ; !g'"';,,, , Two of th. fatalities occurred on Highway 17 between
the.Viking colony established near Newport. B. I. 200 years "Causes of Low Clf Crops Own Cove and Orange Park

before the birth of those 10 babies at Ft. Caroline 178 years I On August 1. Mr McCall ; k Victims of one of the County's bloodiest driving w..t.endt.

before Virginia Dare. said, the annual Farm Bureau ',, In history are!
picnic wlU be held at s.- ,
Vernon Devere E ldy, It--year-old Oretn Cove native and
The Southern Baptist) Foreign Mission Board experts to I Strickland Landing Sup at
an employe of the County School Board, died early Sunday
have 50 single college graduates In stategtc missionary tasks per win be served at 1:30: {
when his
car plunged off the narrow Governors Creek bridgeit
overseas by September 1, 196, according to the Rev. Louis R. o'clock with "fish and all
the same spot where two sailors died six months ago
Cobbs. director of Its new short term program. the trimmings" M the main
Single e2eg graduates under age 27 who are active course AU Farm Bureau Richard W Ilirrfa0, a longtime resident of Green Cove
workers in Southern Baptist churches are eligible for consideration members and their families and an employe at NAB, Jacksonville, died when the ear he

as missionary Journeymen. Those selected win serve are Invited, was driving skidded after leaving the narrow Doctors Inlet I

a two-year, nonrcpeaUble term after 10 weeks of Intensive '. .. bridge and crashed Into. a tree In Orange Park. A companion, .
trminln*. The will receive travel expenses, houslnf and meals, -- George T- Smith, of Orangedale, suffered minor head !

and a small salary. *, J . dons abra'I''I
Many young people have already requested application Orirt A, Bums. about 13, a retired Navy chief
forms These will be mailed October II Deadline for applications Santa In JulySanta moved from' Jacksonville to the Ohio Motel In Cram Cove Just J

to be In Is December 31. For additional Informationwrite two weeks, to. the day, prior to his death died when his car ,i
: Volunteer Division, Baptist forsfn Mission Board. PO plunged Into a huge oak Ins and was virtually demolished

Boa 6587, Richmond. Va. approximately one mile north of the It. Johns County approach
to the Bhands Bridge.Aorontinc .
Entries are now being accepted for the fourth annual .....:.J' .... to police, three other accidents sent three

Queen of the Florida Crown Beauty Pageant. persons to Day Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor In* "
The Pageant will be held at Jacksonville Beach on Batur-! ....,' ., juries ,
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day. August 29. and entries will be accepted from an over the nr, sir .. thTWO .. On Friday, Perry Ue Jon.., who Joined the Oren Cow, .
N
ad ,
,
n counties tomprtslnc the Ftortda Crown v a + e .'-'JII. polk force on July ,I, responded to an emergency eaU that, ,
The counties that make up the-Florida Crown ere Clay, tied a S-/MMM'girl had Mtn tnjdrfe whA aMswasstruck 'i
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Alachua, Baker Bradford, Columbia Duval. haler, OOchrlst.. by an auto. heading south on Orange Avnu.. with Ms '
Hamilton Levy Nassau, Putnam St. John Buwanne and siren and red light both turned on. Jo,...' far coUkMd. polio 1,
Union. said with an automobile being driven by Winnie BtudsUU I
Young ladles aces II thru 25 are eligible and may be sponsored teacher at Charles' B. Bennett School

by a city, a county or a chamber of comerce In the Florida According to polio records, ..... aUudaUU pulled out of ,
Crown Entrants will be Judged on beauty only This shaH OF THE DEATH CAR Center Street Into Orange Avt. She was knocked unconscious
be Interpreted to Include figure. fate hair, poise and person and. token to Clay Memorial Hospital' for treatment and

aUt,. rlsM.. The City polk car being driven by Jonas, was rt-
There Is no entry fee connected with contest and entrants ported to be a toW) wreck II* was not Injured.
will be ruesU of the Florida Crown Council of Chambers of Music in a Trailer Following th* wreck Dtpuly Bhsrtff L. A. Binns WM dls-

Commerce for the day patched to the home of I-ynr-old ROM Marie Amason. the
In addition to the selection of a queen there will be four dsustiUr" .. of W A AmaMm who ha4 .been reported Injured
runners-up who will comprise the queen's' court who win re- while craning tie strMt near her home. The report proved

celvt trophlea. II I fals.
In a fifth auto aHldnl, Jam* GUI Weekst, a Green
County tamers are reminded of an Important election to Cow deny works, and Elmer Dean Cox, 10. a Orson Cove
be held In August The election Is to choose A8C fanner com Yarn Co, employ, suffered minor Injuries when, pollee said
mltteemen mho will serve for the next year as local admlnlsstrstors ["; .., this ears eoIu.t.4 on IdlswUJ Are,, Orten 'n. Both were
I Claus cam In August there Is I councilor for taco ,,
of national farm-action programs treated Clay w.mortallllMpUal.n4 rtUuwi folios charged
According to 8. M. Thrift County Office Manager Agricultural this year for 10-year-old Co- camper and the two ire tog t- W.... with failur to yield Ui* right .f way and C.. with
Boyd, of Oreen' Cove | her 24 hours a day.
Stabilisation a Conservation Service, These ASC 'It 41g I ,ieaalre. ep.eding.
I Oforge. a second-grader next Shown abort, Just before hisoVpartur r
committeemen have broad Important program responsfbUlU And Uw sisth oxrurreii. on Monday morning when Roland
at the Charin E. Bennett for L
yesr are to
camp
whch makes It an the more argent that representative farmersbe +w.r ar. butte HmrwMy, |], of range Park, suffered ...... lareratlofis
School.! II spending two weeks r. Reid Wager who tto
elected to the Job. He urged all qualified voters to be sure :, gin r In solution of hU tar and anothsr ear being driven, sucordln .
it Camp Chalkng for the boy porn camping f1 tJM.
to cast their ballots. ; to \pullfw, by Cvcrttt Woodruff at, of Orn Cow.
phrslcsvlly handicapped lit\ Mrs Tom Holt who WM bit
office explained such quattflrd .
Each year, the manager Police Mid Woodruff was driving north en Highway IT
voters farmers who are taking part or are eligible to take part miles west of Sanford. M a Usher last year; Osorg*; and
Monday mor wins' st vp d to turn left Into th* U. ft. Ate
guest of the Orte Cove Jsyle Freeman Everett, He peed>
In one or more of the farm programs which the committee Pors rsdar station jul north of the Itaveknimml Authority
***. dent of the Ores Cote Jay.c .
administers elect a county committee from among their own I I factory lUnnMsy, driving, behind J him. failed! to stop and.o01d.d
number. During his ramping Ufa. O.org *** who not only sponsored his .
with UM treat '".
Programs administered. by the committeemen Include the win learn crafts sports;:, ramping trip but gave his additional : With Woodruff **r* John II IWaufwd and Robert W.Rublnwn. .

agricultural conservation program acreage allotments mar aJoptsd to his own handicaps I I camping cloth; and I bath *f Or*.n Cov*. Wsodruff ear was dsawribedas
swimming and to win teen. Rsndoliiti Branson. Jsytw. Ceeeeei h.oee *v Cimssts t** is
and
loans the feed I
commodity grain
kiting quotas program a total I loss. However, non *f the omrupanu WM Injured.
farm storage facility loan* physical therapy The camp Is'' crrUry. AddlUonal clothe Martha atom WhIU. Ar.ssitMsboni IN net only sang In ean.
EUgibto voters win cast ballots for county commlttMinen' operated with funds cotkctsd were prswntsd Ito younsritrrby soemt to Oa J$- tilt liVen omlng M Ones In th first *f IK thf*. faUBtl. Ortn Won, retired

by mail Ballots wll .be. mailed to an eligible voters In the In the Easter: Orals drive for Harry Fertmaa who .WM notCCORO Monte. and newly .f Oren Ct l MM rod and slaved within rant wMks from the Navy stunned Pile eat Into
county by the ABC county office. The deadline lot returning crippUd_chUdrea. At the soap pre..nt. (a. BMy hew Mhlvd UMKltMtato Wl* ...... tl| tie W.*\.. sVtlaVfust sn enorovMt **k tree *n the Orasg**aJ* Routs without loa,.

marked ballots will .be. lapel.OstApUU lastrucUons for wUng In u.. pleasures.. *ftraOrllv1ns7. thinks she map add IN a MI4Iuk. .. t
In the ABC elections win .be. i included with the I aD Ca. tcnooc BrooET "/ "..... hone to tto faJUrtlun *f In- tocws ..Ih !MV.* many an unanswered qusUosv "q
*U. *f J .11.l a EdwardiCWf ....... she .to. brought wun As t shortUA rMtdMtt IK Obi Motel b* had ssumsdrvuUUon .

Farms School Closed > WhIU. Climate Oan- hoe to Clay dully. S a. UrMi spndtr. Put. according. to friends !
L.M.SOS I'ltKSRST DtMOLAYS CHARTKUBute Penney diti.rtE'e chtof. plot .!else JM .vn wtib a tone and lnf*, tit K4 bred small sum .f m.ny and had vn"

.*., tor sparvtlsM playing Ito tr'an, bid first ad *n. ,..rw4 m M valus*!a. tool. the, said. If* mplain4 of sit!.

Treasurer Ed Larson, by the Rainbow Ol/ls The County School Beard last weak clued Ito Psnawy U* IUsnnnd avgan bl UM map tntrreil KM In stnginsr.11hlnk feting has a heart gl M4. and saM the "_all trees ptna"to
wtn present the at John,the folWvtng I Farms .boMnUry sitoal afur s S4Khortatosl ii .m rssswslbM 14..Heal drawta mn. *f lot Puccini, to .y favarM vie laklnsT COTS flit "n.e r ."..Uve. But b* told "......*'
SMKIac
.H tatataf Mr to .lUtijIM. ttr Ito nsahisj .., trsJ>r behind Ito Put{ ... to wuM die. than to
Chapter, Order of Cassnoeay 'Ibt....... to kvtto4. to Mmrrsa If an Ito *p..*U. MWiMira raUMr return s military hosptiat H*
Vtta ttwir charter so SundayAsjgust I attend thai ** of |!.IIM. tm last ,.,. maw CMbRMTtd ,* eta Mrs, .Is tin rvry "''If." .l .b.gMu.t rslaUvat b Kay West. But to said] th*
3. at 3dock.. There opca iMrtlAfxmtooim The berets atlas lit gtsslaf. tto Prawy Farm ....... bl a mwiltsi ....,. lab a WsiMTto ..".*- enfy awrnWr ., KM fawfly M eared. tat WM a ausjhts' >&ln>;i
vfl ate bt a Ntoe Odack IntrpultUon - Nteblshd N ,are are. vrbw m.ra..& tau beppd. fteaa Mrs WKJto stolWd eels and M and not In Ito ISMI vnttk law Isi J..UM .lU*. He.... to lied a wan 1\61I., *sp.nalv.,
.Ii..t... olam TO apprlaaUIy M fct IW3 to IT last year WM bSMd M a *M- WM wH *.i tor wy to fro tOntMi FlMs4l ta tilt early sisie111w Pad ... toll frUftds to WM going to a loan .....
badges and nMi a 1.,..ewe talk. I NEAB OtTTOtTb lars.SIM*.sisHi ere *f tto: mart .pmttftf. .*.**. Tb .. dad ft dew ..... she d*. ,..,.. peal ht jMksenvtn to buns mr the day to .d. Itlsj
given by James BoUrweB.Tto He*. Rosa aV O**a Ibm: ..bm at OM srtoat wg to Iranafart to actor 0... srld ftasaital. *Ms4raJWe Mrs ....... .to to tasi4WM .buds *M sD** 4 to IU| West t burial.
I Mil KM** at UM II 'clock a ....... sear t. ...."...... Mgso ...... I J..IrM10.. VffMM rM,. "."&!At..u. of KlUway 17 WM Ito ***.
ctopter WM *r.aniad (SandsVrvtet at the First AesMvdnc I* Mu BsUUs.> sVtoal Marl 9* rUa. UMPesmsy *** Met. |vd taIralbr a MTM1M4 .to Inca) that sod tt bis family to SM by drvwnlnsT. n ftv* ...... HI* ass '

!. ". ORlMrs art .Era***i I Mal dYt Cyr. nb, Orwen C*.*. I Para srtool afrirris .WM taking to sanMtbsng Ek. \ bfs *." she. Mr*,."but 'Gnaw deg to IMW Ito toM fi..M*. .sa IK ... JoKn Ri *r ."...1IIIa1&11 ave pests age.
argSSara ......, eoaweG.t; Mr Oupua bee rualy sw4la 113 a .sy whfcb bwvty....... .} UM *Mt *C tto Said and 34 a4 .. !>*. K. ft's * ---. ..... ..... MMaanal .... OssaMstftyHe maw UM Mt of avnartng K.Mr haw mat sea ..... a Prw..t.s CK 4CoC... and tfrtvtns earth fns Orange Pert Ions Into the
elite: ; Mrf JasM BeUrwvU. Jus- baa bMsi strrtasr a. flatting *, btartart Lsng. *u .WJiMf" ., PIN InstnM'i' Iowa, but r*> SMtttoto body Itot Mr WBIlMi\ ErwU. wU eatha. *f UM sfcbA M tto IUUTO. dllapUUUd Oov nacre
tar CMMflsr. ......... St trsfiMur at La Orange aid that. ctMsng tt Ito sctoal w*.M rwuft I* s.......lilsvtac "* r.** toy tor asm.. .*; Ito vtar of M. Mary IMS bridge. m whsfh. Mat Rod aViwrtiMnt mpteys)

abased. are. ; ChsnMy|h, Be to. apse ward M asiiisisiisry t. the CsMntyH suen- MflAf . '* MS..tKU. UMry ,......... Cswtb. torwlf M ..*. bias "wertmi let Kontto. M4 Stashed.. Into fir feet
...... CsMa WOoax. Warr* ,, s* Afrta and larO Of UM iuu*.< teed fsr Ito MaAf ?eN, Cawty .... ... f M skn*. I *.. r4.Ms oaeaabbd ",..,... Site" *4 valet sub Muaday ....w.c. K* Ad not respond to arttCntiM .
B Mass. T at Cmtry sal yon. WM. PiifiMM. at payers wfl ray Mj4w; tto ,*.,., OsunMm4 ss nywtMjto *.*, at I 1... I** thttw ark .Maw flan rasq.stbri:
Oaorgo WyiMA.Rrfmhsarats. < .- T' 'warIcy. .......... IIMMt; sal tto BUS wfl kirk ta tto bates**: to ** TtoMIMAf IS JM tosytor,0
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I CCSCCU 'To Congress Summer's The Time To Cook Outby I Life's Banquet


Mrs. Margaret Nelson BT Dr. George Howard FA!
Clay County II. D. Agent
r COMO

a sacramental meal tnt
Whether you prefer Because eating outdoors often eaten under the shadow
o '
Jotti1kcr furters roasted on a frank'j brings out hearty appetites, I, 9 1

of' a thick, juicy larger-than-usual servings maybe cross.More of

steak, or a big rout of needed. than our hap.:\ Far

by DUNCAN GRONER a Medium rare, you can beet'j I Here's a guide: For meat I Ood wants us to be good! (, he

outdoors easily: and very sue cuts with bone In, allow tt to character can be forged 0 'en
The man tor( child) who la In charge of the state's road cessfully. I H pound per serving; for boneless in struggle and tension A p lye

program in the county ought to be fired and sent back to "'. .' The equipment you use to meat cuts allow Ii to Vt time ago Jesus warned hu: < i.men
; ..' j
penctl-peddling. For the "work" that has been going on, cook an outdoor meal tan be pound. lowen: "In the world You .

month after month on Highway 17 . and particularly on as simple or elaborate u your have trouble. But courage'' T
the three murderous bridges between Oreen Cove and Orange preferences or your funds allow Since roasting and broilingare victory la mine; I have ft

Park II a travesty, a waste of the taxpayers' money and a Wy, A charcoal grill made from I usually the basic methods quered the world" j(

nothing on earth but a make-work scheme to deceive the a few rocks or bricks and the used in outdoor cooking almost 16.33: In The New English ,0hi

people of the county. For a county of this size the mortality i rack from your oven can cook any cuts of meat may be ble).

rate is somewhat higher than It was in World War II w food as well as the most expensive selected for barbecuing. Your ovi
choice depends on your cooking The great successes 01 I,
charcoal
grill. Or,
you
Week after week and month after month, men paid by equipment, But it's a wonderful DR. GEORGE HOWARD depend upon our handling m
can make or buy many stylesof
the State Road Department stand on those three narrow, chance to make inexpensive I Ii duties and little Irritations *
grills smoke
rotisseries
192, bridges and pull up planks, nail them down again pull cuts taste delicious. i Do not give the adverse dr. Nobody quite realizes how 1
and outdoor
ovens fireplaces.
them up again, caulk them, uncaulk them, add a nut hereor r Roast beef, barbecued spareribs *I The slightly less tender cumitsnces of your life more is being woven day by day (
there and the killings and malmlngs go on. From the Duval steaks such u chuck or Lon- Importance than they deserve. of myriads of Invisible threa
and leg of lamb are usually
County line thru Oreen Cove Highway 17 Is a shame and don broil cook well over an Some people fall Into the fatal Spiritual and moral fibers a
cooked two or three hours or
an abomination. Automobile driven are crushed and drownedIn rotisserie I outdoor grill. And, of course, habit of letting themselves be formed by dally exercises a
more on a so they
muddy creeks or, if they are lucky, maimed. The bereaveddo the more choice steaks are very I dominated by their aversions testings: discouragements
roast evenly on all sides. Steaks
not have time . or even, In their grief the wit , to chops hamburgers and other. popular. by the things they do not like erelong our determination
become Indignant. They live out somehow their loss and still and by their pet peeves. They citations testing our temt
thin meat cuts cook best on a
If you're equipped for routing
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the foolishness goes on of pulling up a plank putting downa I have never quite recovered from and patience slights and il\
grill over glowing coals. Ka
plank surveying and in daylight hours, holding up traffic Edward M. Taylor, 17 year son of Vice Mayer and Mrs. meat, standing rib roasts their disappointment at finding testing our charity and fr<
bobs chunks of and
meat
to perpetuate a trio of death traps. E. B. Taylor, of Green Cove left Sunday for Washington I smoked hams and pork or that fish have bones I They go giveness. In my reading rece
vegetables on a skewer can lamb roasts excellent.
where we win serve as a page In the House of Representatives are through life grumbling. They ly I ran across this bent!.
There are promises from Lake City which is, with respectto be cooked on either rotisserie For barbecued spare ribs, allow .
beginning July SO for the remainder ef this sesslea et I forget the many good things declaration; the world net
our state roads, our own private Peking; there are committees Congress He was appointed J by Congressman D. R. Mat or griU. one pound per serving lift has given them. a great many little people
to 4-lane 17 there deaths Steak cooked on the outdoor Slices of ham well Cans I w
; are and malmlngs. Young thews. This dream has been semi time In the making aa It I as as
do little things In
willli
men, with the world to live for, are dying; young men with was about twe yean age that Eddie first write Mr. Matthews grill should be at least two'dlan-style bacon are Ideal. What right have we to de. a

sons and daughters to educate are going through the vile Inquiring about such an appointment and last Tuesday he inches thick so It will stay | When barbecuing rib loin, or irund that life shall always loving way.

ramparts of these mean and dreadful bridges all of them far was advised his dream had become a realty.t Juicy. Thin steaks dry out as shoulder lamb chops allow bring us fair weathfcn and It Is never the last stro

Under the minimal standards of safety. And when It's all they cook. Buy a thick steak I lone or two for each person. success T It. would appear that alone that splits the rock T

over, we have far too many widows and sons and mothers to be cut Into serving portlans Have them cut at least one there are those who want life stonecutter strikes many a bl,

left with their grief. And not one damned Inch of action rather than a thin steak for Inch thick. A leg of lamb also I to be a banquet with nothing with his hammer before

from Tallahassee I repeat. The people, from top to bottom. { each person. may be barbecued. I but desserts and candles. They splits the stone in two. T

who have any responsibility In this mass slaughter should be I Outdoor cooking not limit Kabobs are another outdoor are like the fanner's lad in successful stroke ls depend'

tired and I will do everything In my small power to see that 1 ed to steak and] hamburgers.As favorite. The meat may be tea I Eugland who was asked what upon all the apparent mea

Haydon Burns takes a good and hard look at what they have long as you have the charcoal der cubes of lamb or beef. he would do if he were king. ingless strokes that went 1

created , or, more properly, whom they have destroyed 4-H Club fire going for the meat,I I Marinating beef in an oil-vine, "I'd swing on the garden gate fore The great good deed

with a view to evaluating their Individual competence. you can cook the whole meal gar sauce helps season and ten. all day and eat nothing but hope to perform some day \

I I dense it.Thread. sweets", was his answer Life depend upon the quality of
on the grill. Garlic bread heated
I keep remembering the stories I was told as a child by \ the meat chunks Invites all to sit down to ,
News on the grill la a good accompaniment I I on us a our little deeds performed ev
my grandfather When he was growing In Norfolk in
up for long thin metal skewers with banquet: but that banquet Is day
and
1835 or so, there was an epidemic of yellow fever There cants many meats, tomato wedges mushrooms

a tune, he would say, when the deaths were so numerous I coils.you can When cook desserts over the I' and green pepper slices. The

they could not be cared for Individually. And at night a dray you cook your result, A festive meal
would move through the town at a funereal with the I meal this way, the only extras I
pace By George M. Owens, Jr and Sandra L Reese, NEW AND
need
driver crying into the empty. streets: "Bring out your dead." you are a crisp salad and
I Six Clay County 4-H Club additional opportunities for an Icy beverage! Cook corn on II
The bodies of the victims were too many to bury In any buta J CHURCH NOTICE
mass grave and e 5 years before the era of Walter Reed boys will be attending the JBth leadership, citizenship and the cob wrapped In foil witha USED GARS
annual 4-H Wildlife Camp personal development. pat of butter over the coals.
people thought yellow fever was catching and they were glad
to dispose of their dead husbands and wives and children and located In the Ocala National There will be a full sched Dflcon aqobj kOh 1 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Van NESS
BUICK-PONTIAC Int
Forest M. Is Outdoor meals provide an SOCIETY
parents in any way they could. Aug. It operatedby ule of recreational activities ,

the Florida Agricultural Extension Including fishing, swimming, Ideal way to entertain guestsor Cor. E. Houston St. ,*
Florida Is suffering . and the nation Is suffering an Service. cookouts, and Intercabln please the family on a warm Grtra Cove Springs
game I N. Msrnolla Are When A Better Deal Is Made Van Ness Will Make It
of highway Can too powerful and too I
epidemic massacre. are During the week the boys competition.The summer day At the same time GREEN COVE SPRINGS

fast; driven are judged on the basis of a test that has nothingto will attend classes In: fishing Oreen Cove Jaycees as' outdoor cooking lets the home. mun"

do with judgment or sobriety: and the highways of Clay and fishing tackle; wildlife and part of their basic program In(maker prepare a nourishing Subject SSSAVESS

County are obsolete: cruel, murderous and unsafe. Must we fish pond management; conservation agriculture and conservation I afternoon in a hot kitchen. I LOVE

forever live in an area that Farrts Bryant considers out of boats, motors and saf. are sponsoring tripe for the' PLANNING TO BARBECUE?
bounds! While every cowpath around Ocala, Governor Br)'. Semites held Sundayat
ty .
; forestry; gun safety and following boys: Douglas Haw now MICH MEAT TO BUTT
ant's hometown, gets the superhighway treatment, must Clay rifle qualifications. kins, Jimmy Parley and Charles It a.m rhone III..... Direct One ,

County go on losing Its topping I hope not. The basic objectives of the Wise, all from Oreen Cove, Everybody's barbecuing these August I, 1N4 U Jai' IM-WS OCR .

of annual camp are to develop a' James Doyle Jr., of Doctors days. One question that frequently .
But even with a network of superhighway, the people A cordial Invitation is extended
better Understanding and ap. Inlet, and Larry Vickers and arise Is, "How much
Clay County must answer to themselves The business of I to attend our services
tall-riding Florida Is endemic, A dartnievll drives 10 feet predation of our natural surroundings Mike Kopetakl of Orange Park. meat--should-I buy," L

behind a moving ear without, apparently, any sense that If learning experiences This camp Is one of the regu -- --

the front car need stop quickly, the tatl-riding car might related to conservation human tar schedule of summer artlvl'* I

provide a fatal accident. and natural resources, acquire ties presented by the Clay
skills In satisfying out. i County Agricultural Extension
I hope Governor Burns will provide the Impetus that door activities and to enjoy J4-H Club program

will put reckless driven or any driven who have been invoiced The Bank of Green Cove Springs

In any auto accident on notice that they may be for along

time guests of the state. Many of these Irresponsible Three More
.
people take out on an accelerator what they would prefer

to take out on other personal problems: such as their relationship Continued from Page One

with their wives or children or parents or employ- Know Your Bank
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en or employee Charles and John Trusdale, of Oreen Cove, were the

tint. to arrive at the scene of the tragedy. Later, Mrs. Louise
Unless Illghwsy II Is quickly and rather substantially
Richie, who lives nearby, reported to police she had hearda
Improved, it Is necesaary, today, that the Incompetents who MUv' "d nol", and the screams of a woman. Police dragged
are In charge of the State Road Department program of
the
river for noun In
search of other victims and finally
pulling up a plank In a murderous bridge and putting It concluded that Eddy had been alone.
back down when It came from with a new nail, put blinker He leaves
his widow, Mn. Ethel LoulAe Eddy daugh
lights all the way from the Duval County line to and beyond ; a
ter. Patricia; two sons, Ernest P.. of Oreen Cove: and Donald,
Oreen Cove of Manna Utah; his mother Mn Mabel Eddy, of Oreen

Barring this, w. had all better go to one ot America's out. Cove; two. sisters, Mn. Vera Franklin of Oreen Cove; and

posts of freedom . and be a sitting duck. North Vietnam I Mn W C, Carey, of Blanchatr' 0.1; a brother, James. of Mn. Lemon ls the only daughter of John Preston

mean. At least there ls a meaiun of heroism DrLsnJ; and two grandchildren.He at
was a member of the Elks and of Hickory Orove lull President of the Bank. In.'J

Baptist Church. Services' were held Wednesday
afternoon at Born and educated in Orten Cove Springs she was w.
1:30: at the Hickory Orove Baptist Church with the Rev A.

Teacher D. Martin and the Rev James' D. Bowell officiating actively associated with the Bank for nearly a decade. + '. r
Clay High
Any pallbearers were: Dill Robertson Harry Creasey, "
She nile In when she is needed.
Ralph Novak Park .. now
Other, Herbert Tnm. Frank Schlrle Sr. '

At French Seminar Honorary pallbearers were: Reid Wager J. P. Hail Br. In 1951 I she was married to William Tolln Linen " i
Ed Bradley, Victor Luison. loin Pupkln. John llcCormkk.
Herb Robinson Bruce Brooker Willard Bland Judge Thomas Jr. a native of Meridian Miss., who U associated with eti

Anne Attar'ay, who teaches English and French' at Clay J. Rivera, Edgar Starting. Claude Moody William Hicks. E. Jacksonville
the Auchter Company, of
High, Is one of 43 high school teachers from II states who .'lll\ Wayne Orlgrr. William Oelgrr Freeman Evert'&, Omo Snyd .

complete eight eeka of study at Florida State University on 'r, Ralph\ MUberger, Elmer: Johnson.... Tynes Jake Doyle. The Lemons have two children: Susan Hall Lenten, 4

Aug. 14 W. P Trrv, Howard Oamore, Arthur storey, U M Johnston. i
10 yean old; and WWlam T. Lemen. HI. 7.
Oliver Cttmuwr, Ralph Cherry,
The University's second French Institute, financed by a
Internment was at Hickory Grove Cemetery.
federal grant, U headed by Dr Jean Charron of the UN"r.a1t1 .
According' to Oeorge Smith, who was riding with Harris DENA MAE HALL SEMEN
.
department of Modern Languages, and a faculty of regular
he attempted! to paaa another car just as they entered Orange
and visiting profeaaon. "-Ista.. CaaaUer
Park when the auto went out of control and smashed Into aIre.

During the course' participants\ live In a converted sorority ..

house where French' menus, newspapers, magaslnea and records A veteran of World II. Harris waa a member of St. Marys

help maintain a French atmosphere. A no-\aUab rule .1 Episcopal l Churth. He Wart* his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Harris;

e enforced for participants while they are together. II son, Richard Harris HI; and a daughter Jane Ann: two

elsUra. Mrs. Jay Daniels\. of Orient Cove' and Mrs. Nancy <
Partkipants,1100 are studying French' language" and culture ; tenser of Allentown Pa ; and two brothers James Harris BANK ; GREEN COVE

and modern methods of teaching French are taking part of Chula Vista Cattt, and Herbert Harris, of Tucson Arts. SPRINGS i

la a rigorous program of more than 40 hours tn the elaaaroom 8entrte.were held Monday\ In the chapel of lUlm Funeral I .

and language laboratory every week. Home, With the Rev William K. Erwln. vicar of 6V. Maria, .

officiating Honorary pall beam were. : keen Cove City Man-

CUT COUNTY CIISCINTmar Met Ben ttlli.tr. Oran Cove Mayor M J. Harris City Conmlaaloner The County's Oldest and Largest Bank

Edward B Taw City Ctramtaaioner WarwkkKennry. I
it eeoe to* cut it lOOt nee meBUNCAN I"eu"
City Oanuniaatoner' A. T, twy. Frederick T Bridges,
OtBTtWaiTC( CftONI IDITO ana "'IlISHI'IUUInM William OooOaon. Flank Bod4ny. Deity Dtu hUy. Cartels :S4.3&O :$ -3X9. 243031

UONMD ftaOMI pemu riche" Deck LofUn. Merrill Robinson. Lieut. Robert Marshall. orCougnaa

rueiNt a'OZA--- awmiPVSUMIS MANaue T. a Allen William 11. Reed. C B- Butt**. Chart U Staf I

fnsv TMMaaT I' Cattcut hiss, bee ford Robert Wagner. William Tailor, Harry Ffe-aaa. W B.DoolilU 4-WS3

e. a aes its .. Charles Dupont Roy HUM. W 8 ItubUrrl and It
'aarg Cevs Kt- fMuMTSXSeMM I h'mbtr( KDIC
SS4SISSJuaatwvuu J. Wolf
tt -. Active pall beam were: Jack Freeman. BUI

Sane ewe e-WMCRIiraC .t7i' --, ..w Lavera Bjrrd. Clarence Pmkston. Park Defter
Hllkbl.nc"l
ONE VIA IN ADVANCI sue Wlk-M i

Burial was la Wckory Orgies cesneury.



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THURSDAY JULY J*, 1M4 (Hay( County (!Crescent! rAGE THBJX



FAMILY COMMITTEE FROLICS MEETING I Green Cove Socials IN GCS DISTRICT ALL-STARS TOURNAMENT PLAY cent lame, Mike James Dirkerson Padgett. Vernon second I Clay County Servicemen "

MONDAY EVENING Willis, third game Clarence
The Green Cove Springs All- Feeples, fourth Lee DOTer Army PPC Frederick D. Ronald W. Kllgore. YN2, BDWLI sN
:Mr. Jack Satin chairmanof I Mrs. Janie Johnson, who has will be home for a few weeks Stars played their first game In game .
Jack Coon. Charles Bailey Bridges, 34 son of Mr. and 1oIrI.1 I (who is stationed at NAA.S.Merrldlan
the Oreen Cove SprlngiFamily just returned from a visit with vacation. the District Tournament July
I Clarence Peeple, wining hurler Frederick T. Brldges.of Oreen Mississippi, son of
Frolic announce that her sister In Milton, baa her
1 20. at 7 oclock the
against Mr. and Mr Oliver N Kllgore
three *
1I. for the third frame was the Cove. Is participating in
here will be a meeting for the daughter, Mrs. Allen Harkeness Patrick Parduhn. son of Mr. Southslde "B" team (held this .
only pitcher to complete six weeks of annual summer training of San Benito. Texas was pro
) general committee and execu- and her grandchildren,Roy and and Mrs Ernest E. Parduhn,, year at Jacksonville Beach
Innings at Qrsfenwohr Germany. moted to Yoman First Cluaefff'CUve ATTENTION BOWLERS
( lYe board on August 3, at Ijn Donna, visiting her. left last Saturday for Oklahoma Oreen Cove was ahead 2-0
.
16 1904 He
since Jan July
, According to Mr. Harper Bridges over seas
> at Sprlnir Park All repre- He will visit his two un. until the 4th inning when the A meeting of all team cap
the there.
works in office
manager of the Burlington nary of this year, is regularly legal I
entatlves are urged to attend.Of des, Alfred in Oklahoma City "B" team started a rally and tains and interested persons
The Misses Carolyn Geiger Mill team. "this is the first stationed near Furth. Germany, He la married to the former
and Arthur, in Norman before the 13-3. wishing to bowl this coming
and Margaret Geiger, daughters won game time Green Cove Springs has assigned to Battery A 2d Battalion Wlllena V Foy. daughter of
i returning to Oreen Cove about will be held at Loel
July 21, Oran Cove played a season
of the 4th Armoured Division Mr. and Mrs Anderson of
Foy
of Mr. and Mrs. William ever won a game In a tournament
J all earthly music that the middle of the month. double header first with Starke I' Judy's house on Cypress 8t at
The KS8 Clay High Oreen Cove Florida,
I Geiger, returned on Monday that was held at Jacksonville Springs
hlch reaches farthest Into II III that 1.00 oclock Aug'ust 9. Further
and
"A" at S p.m. winning Mil-1 :
Beach and this graduate attended Georgia 1 and granddaughter of Mr and
from a visit with their cousins year
leaven Is the betting of a truly Miss Marsha Turner, daughter game with a score of 76. This Information can be obtained by
in Milledgevillebefore
Mr. and Mrs. Van Staton in they had two victories Itary College J Mrs Leo Wager of Oreen Cove
loving heart. of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Tur- entitled OCS to play Starke In'' Calling 284-6882.
the '
Army
J I Ocala. Carolyn, a student at I Uttle League will have an entering Springs Fla.
I i I nero is home for the remainder "B" at 9 pjn. The "Stan" came 'I !
1983.
t -Henry Ward Beecher Central Florida Junior College election of officers\ meeting Fri. August I --- -- -
I .jot the vacation fronf I
I I summer through with a 10-2 victory.
day night 'I 30 at City nail I I
I .
Georgia Southern where' she is The team went, back to Jacksonville
J a student. Beach again Friday,! Airman Third Class Thomas RIVER VIEW MOBILE HOME PARK
I I A. Ketch, son of Mr. and Mrs.
a DOCTORS INLET CAMP I representing Oreen Cove Spring BETTY Sl'E !SINUEKS I I Arthur L. Ketch of Keystone

Mr. and Mrs. John Orubb hadas trying for another win, I ENGAGEMENT: ANNOl'NTFI .Heights, has graduated from IS Ml. S. of Naval Air Station
their guests guests last weekend tunately for the "Stan\lnfor.j '
a & Sandf'n.1 I the technical training course I ML N. sf Green Cove Spring
i Mr. and Mr W J
her DeWitt, and "B" team won 122. .
p son Roger for U 8. Air Force weapons on Black Creek U. sTlIwy.: IT
of Penney Farms
his cousin Mark Porter of VlrgU Mulllns, 13-year-old announce '.
MARINA Lakeland. first baseman collected the only the engagement and coming mechanics at Lowry AFO. Colo. Choice riverfront Iota avsllabto newt
I I I He will be assigned to one of
I marriage of their daughtersBetty |
(two) home runs for Green
11 I I Sue. to Lester Arnold ]I the Air Force' major air commands << 0 Urge Shady Lots gj Dork and Boat Ramp

[ Ens RUDE R'ESTtt'iNDz Robert and Arthur Rivers, I ICUthbf'rt Cove.Pitchers In order first Tew, son of Mr Horace R Tew within the U S The i I. e riM Streets J Free I>o kg.
students at Andrew College In' were
airman la a graduate of West
BOATS Oa. spent the weekend game, Charles Bailey. Cliff Vln- and the late Mrs Irene Tew, Rome High School, Rome, Oa I 'Fre-school children accepted N. Fet
of Penney Farms. I,
I.c MrI.I I
& with their mother
GALE Miss Saunders and Mr. Tew Call W-JJM
I
\ Marguerite Rivers.Mr I spending three weeks with hergrandparents. art both graduate of Clay Airman First Class IIl'rblort'

I lIOTORSSALES L I Mr. and Mrs. Joe High School Mr Tew also attended F Tomes, and his family are i
L. R. Rowe and Miss Martin. She also visited her and
I J 8t Johns Junior (\) vtnltlng his parents Mr I
Linda Copper spent the week aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mn. I Mrs II P Tomes of Green

r o & SERVICE end as the guest of Leslie R II. Trew. of Orange Park. lege.The wedding. is planned for I Cove The, young airman, who KEEP POSTED! FENCE POSTED!

Jr Rowe at Andrew College, in Saturday evening' :, AUK 31, at Is assigned to Stewart AFB,
MURRAY TRAILERS CUthbertOa. I Chief Warrant Officer and 8 o'clock, In the Black Creek I Smyrna. Tenn.: U reported to

r Mrs Harry E. Rudder trel.of Baptist Church with. the re.eeptlon be enjoying his leave working j I.l'HI'o() ( : ()'nn: PKXt'K: : POSTSee
Mr. and Mr*. Gene KOM have Beauford, S C., have moved to st his father's machine shop
CIIKCK ornYOU PRICES n!f'fll-) I following at the Colonlal -
a* their guests her brother, Oreen Cove to live with her rrla- -
Inn. All friends and
I
a M'Y Milton Jones, and his family mother Mr. Charles Mlschur ____
t lives are Invited to attend -. -
e of Mt. Pleasant, Md. I on East Center Street CWO I
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Rudder was retired after more
ORANGE PARK PHONE Ill-Mil Genie Charlker has returned than SO yean service' In the A PERSONAL NOTE I I

home to Norfolk, Va. after I,, Marine Corps.Harry's OF APPRECIATIONAs CLAYTHEATRE e ?>!I', .. :a11 Hi| iiy filS!!t ft. lonpf\ :.;'t.< I':II.I .
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-- words are impossible to

describe grief word are
our

& Joy's Store-wide Mark Down deepest also difficult sppwUUon.to tiprrs The our Green Cev Spring I e I v Hili"in! X Irlis ......"......... .. :*i\\r Fn:

physical and spiritual supportof I

our many known and tinknown ,....... Frl. an4 filL e :3" 1i' Tip X S rllllt l .."...". .. tl.tH)
, friends has been a Jvlyll.lt,..t Ay, lr
_
Clearance Sale .
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1 tremendous pillar of strength
tt w...Ol'n'-.....
during the pawing Of our beloved '"i e 4" ft" Tip X S font ........... ......... ..:+1.45
son and brother Rick 'r'fUOMASINIti


I STARTS FRIDAY 9-AM1 PLAN TO ATTENDHarry's I Io Liner Trooper A special Crawford appreciation Clay M to*. :.J-a ,.. :... e V -. U" Tip X H foot ...................... *2.2 r

mortal Hospital, doctor and
nurse, and others who did Sea., Men. A T***. 1 1
everythingthey polbly A... 1. i 3" 4" Tip X 10 fW ............_.........J..11 I II
Men & Boy's Shop could for Rick Thank, to -
Shop DAJUcIaro3OPIlALORO
s our wonderful pastor Fisher,
/olj SPECIAL DOOR CRASHERSI/ and his wife for their spiritUal ,1 I I.I '.* 10 |I' help In our time of need. hM.N55.
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W* will ever be grateful .
49 MENS STRETCH SOX1\ ,\l.qO
? ( to all the fin ten-r and

ENTIRE STOCK OF school personnel whose Tkl+ "",' ') : "m!
$1,69 TENNIS OXFORDS 69< thoughts and prayer havebeen "'... fri.Aug. :LEiRYPO 'T
with us. It's a wonder 1. S .1 1 '

Summer Dresses $1.49 BOY'S' DUNGAREES 69f ful feeling to know Rick was ." _. IHMLDIXd
loved by so many .. .'r.. >1ft.". ..,IUtM.ItJra..lI-- -
Ond has Il'fUI prwlous MATKUIALHLUMBeRCO I

.It I XIOK SIZES MISSES: SIZES: BOY'S' BANLON SHIRTS $1 .99 memories to comfort' us _Wi 1l,1M lap UMN M 21+ Mill .. nigkway 1&a'
SI1.tS' Mother Notice J LJrter
HEOl'u\H' SIZES: HALF : MIddlsberg
Father Ertln R Liner

OFF MEN'S' SPORT Sister nrothur-ladsw, Pota,Oammag _ I .
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to DRESSSHIRTS J99 I>it Oemmtge.iiij .


/ 3 / 2 REGULAR PRICE Regular *.M!M,1 MM.MANY See

STYLES TO I'llOOSK; PIMM "I want

All National ,Adn'rtili'tl i l Brand. AInIAI'S( )( SI'KCIAL I'l' lli'HAKh;

Included In This Clearance Filet f MlllXdS) TO YOl( THIS I' NI t stI, to b ,

The Moat Fantastic Value! }MONKY( !: .\\.t:It. ALL SIXKS.: SAVK1: A4OAf" Spring Motors


$1.69 BOY'S' SHIRTS
99f


ENTIRE STOCKSportswear $2,69 9 BOY'S' PANTS , $1.99



99? BOY'S' POLO I I 1 I I 169< f C.A ", ."., f.r f.rm. tli

"..fII1 .,.11.Ve" wlrHmlxlmwm .
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$1,98 BOY'S WALKING SHORTS $1.39 *f fH tape, ff
MUST UK: (1.1)1OUT TIUnor: )! vie p.e.l.e "need),

ties. ttt seeps, ev'**.
1.3 OFF MEN'S' SUITS M.s/.ppli.ss55"" ,.,'", .ha.
ALL SWIM SUITS "......."... ......c., h...

$ rah, sic see *!.tJ if,,. 1 i.
2.98 SHOUTS fU' SALE 2499 five ,... tome* lfcs m..|.

..... 2.!1:1: 11I:111'1.\11: { sews I.s.0i whit soled.sows IK \'OuuI&' & WILL 1(1( X :T. MILKS: nX .JALLOX( Or') UAHIK "
3.'$ HKIIML'DAS:
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:198 SKIRTS ......__..__"... :2.W! WK: AUK: (?(.() IXO OUT OUR MK X'H *"..f. ..Me". ...., m.h. IT WILL II'.V( 40/1) ) MILKH: OS oXK: HKT: OK TIUK.S: .
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$16,95 MEN'S SPORT COATS $9 99 ra_ sou..4 ...,..

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May> (Cl Couniy Crescent THURSDAY JULY M, ($(4
PAGE ,rOUB ?
Paid Advertisement amount of money proposed for the W. E. Cherry school that It
his opinion that the Reserve for Contingencies fund should
was
MINUTES OF THE SCHOOL BOARDSPECIAL be reduced by an amount that would be sufficient to match
I State School Construction funds to counteract the reduction m
MEETING I Capital Outlay and Debt Service receipts. Other board memben
MUDGET BII lfl CLAY COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONJuly were In agreement and the following motion was made.
t $ S3. W4 Motion by Mr. Anthony, seconded by Mr. Cherry that the
The Clay County Board of Public Instruction met in Special I tentative Support A: Maintenance budget be amended to trim.
Session on the above date In the Board Meeting Room at 7.3( ter $5.500.00 from account 3240, Reserve for Contlnenclei to
;" I I .)_ 'j1r":: 1.1Jr:.' p. m.with the following member present to wit: B. M.Paterson,' Account 3140.Transfer to Bond Construction Funds and that the
'.a'n :.".u." Diet No 1; W. E. Cherry Dlst No. 2, A. E. Anthony, Jr. Dist. I Bond Construction Fund budget be Increased $11.00000 mj
No. 3; Jack Wilkinson, Dist No. 4. Mn Louise Knowlei, Dist applied to the sU rlassroom and library addition at the W E
No. S was absent. Cherry School.
SUNNYLANDPicnics The meeting was called to order by the Chairman Mr Voting Aye: All
Wilkinson and Mr. Cherry led the group In prayer. Voting Nay: None
Chuck Superintendent Long stated that the meeting had beer Motion by Dr. Paterson seconded by Mr. Cherry that the
ailed in order to hold a public meeting on the proposed 1864- 1984-65 Part I Support A: Maintenance budget as amended by
65 budget and to dispose of other matters. She recognize the State Department of Education Capital Outlay and Debt
Mr. Charles F. Morris Specialist! in Transportation (Surveys.I ()
(Continued on page
Roast ft: Report)), State Department of Education Tallahassee, Fla -
who 1* conducting a survey on bus routes and transportation
6-8 LB WHOLE + for the Clay County Schools
Common-Sense
I
Mr Morris stated that he wu finding the transportation :
lb.I 39'lb. program In good order HI statements contained facts which
showed that Clay County was paying approximately 12.1100.00( Guard framed
\ Armor
25c
for the average operation of a school bus; whereas the stats I
average was 120800.00 and that he found the buses In good repairHe .
Informed the Board that it would be several week; dual system brakesselfadjusting
before he could complete his report but would do so just u I
CAMPFIRE SLICED Round SteakFULL won as possible. ( too)
Chairman Wilkinson thanked Mr. Morris for taking hii
( cur) time to meet with the Board Indicating the Board's apprecla I -standard equipment!
fliII lion for his remarks.Superintendent .
Long presented the Board and vUltori Only.,...........,to lu prk*.d.MHu
lb. 77e IK*body on Mt A>mor Giwr4IrMTw
with the major changes in the tentative budget over the a' for
prior year budget Mr. Francis explained that State Departmentof I durcMIKy tr.m.ndow.u.netb Duel........muff it on*
: lb. 39c Education budget figures on Capital Outlay were not received tfco othor funetioniStudebaker .
l until after the tentative budget has been prepared and published
AZALEA (AU Meat) __ in the "Clay County Crescent". That the figures published were
estimated figures which would require a change with the adoption .I .
of the budget
FRANKS
ARMOUR STAR DAO Jf. .. ....: Part I, Support and Maintenance. Part n District Interest !
......... ....... and Sinking Fund and Part HI Bond Construction Fund budgets I _._
memben W O '
were read in detail. A discussion followed between
tt the board and citizens present In regard to various aspects
lb. 29c 1201. Pkg. 29c I of the budget Mrs. Long pointed out that although the proposed
budget increased tl31.SS9.00 over the prior year that $125.I, O
000.00 of this Increase was being applied to teachers salaries and
THI COMMON-/INSI CARt
the Instructional program The Increase In teachers salaries war
to cover an additional 17 Instructional personnel to be employed { On* .. SluOobokor'.2S Common-l.n.. fo lwro
BUY TWO I you O.t.tA.S.tr..ML..yourd..IN.STUDEBAKER .
during the 1864-65 school term.
Mr. Anthony, pointed out that Capital Outlay budget
I & figures from the State Department of Education was reducedby I CORPORATION
rnmrD IIEI!
I approximately $$11.000 over the figure that was anticipated
GET ANOTHER In view of this reduction and since this change affected theNew AUTOMOTIVE DIVISION

c
Bhurflne ElbowMACARONI 7-o Pit,. Fritoi 101/4-oa. Cans

................................................ 'J for 2U- MAN: 1)11' ............"............................... .. 2 tor :HC Management Cotney Tire Service
Thrifty ll-oi. Jar Karika Liquid 3-os. Bottle I

(1RAPK] JELLY ....................... ... ........2 for 70o12os. ( TKNDKKIKKR) ) ) ... ........... .... ................ .. 2 for Wo SLATER ROBERTSON'S NORTH SIDE GULF STATION c.,. Park ft King Jacksenville

Kolsum Jar four Fishermen l-oc. Pkf.FINHHTK'KH North Orange Avenue, Green Cave Phone EV:\ I-M7 er EV 4-1411
PEANUT) nUTTKU. : ......*.***...,.L..u.... ..2 1! for 7lcPt. ) n ..... .. ....... .2 for 70c (Opposite Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth\ Agency) I
nirh'l Ctn. Mllford (Cream or Whole Kernel 113 Cam TIRE

COl"I<'gl< hill ... ....................... ... 2 for ftHo, (COIt.V......h..,...................... . ...... 2 for:i.to'; -e--o-,
RSCAPPINORETREADIVO;

/w'-t iM Special

" : A FREE WASH JOB REPAIRINGFrom
I
I I Ge.. WithA the smaHett I* the LARGEST!

\ GREASE JOB ONtrilintor Miller Tirw- Autolitc Batteries
COMPLETE
(Limit 1 with IS,M Order) i
Gold Medal Plainer Self. RblugFLOUR and OIL CHANGE I

29* Fancy eeSlater and InOIIANGE
.
BANANAS 3LBS.25 I
I ? PARK
(Limit I with ".00 Order) B. Robertson
B.rdens Tall Can 'rIalt 'aHf.rnla Rinrlnir Station Road Service

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N Services Held For Otis A. Miller M H C & Farms' I MKS. MARY ELIZABETH hardly: ready for retirement. -where he baa been engaged In
Penney NEWCOME She wa active In clubs at governmental feed research;

Services for Otis Alexander Mr. Miller who was 56 :years Elizabeth New- Penny Farm, and a* her children Ralph, a retired colonel In the

Miller, a resident of Green I old, died Monday at Clay: Me. Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone 529-MS1 Mrs.who Mary with: her husband, married, she enjoyed visiting Army, and now teaching In

Cove for nine :years, were held mortal Hospital four days after the come late Rev. George B. New- them and her grandchil the Rochester High School;

yesterday: In the First Methodist he suffered a heart attack. He I Mn Mabel Fast's travels highly pleased to receive one Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sheldon to Penny Farms In dren. and William from Melbourne,
came
Church. The Rev. Gordon was employed at NAB. Jack. during the put two months I of the seahorse label buttons have been In Lake Wales visit. come 1938 died In the Mary: M. Olin Her four sons were here last where he Is a real estate
Craig officiated. sonville. Included visits with friends and and a commission certifying log Mrs. Sheldon's sister and Tuesday July 21. week: Herbert from Douglas, broker after 10 years of magazine
I Clinic on
relatives In Indianapolis and that he "is an honorary: admiral brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs : I' Arizona, where he owns a radio editing In New York and
N. Y.,
I Born In Buffalo on
Madeline He leaves his widow, Mn. her brother John Dixon at. In the Great Northern L. E. Edwards, and other for May 12, 1878, she met her husband I' station; Harvey from Syracuse, Chicago.

Miller; two ions, Orrvllle 0., for seven weeks Paper Company Land-Locked mer neighbors. The Edwards, when he filled the I
pastorate
Maurice, of Green Cove, and Then she went to Arlington,I Navy: and is, therefore, fully Mr. and Mrs. W. J Davis, and of the Baptist Churchshe I

MENGET Raymond, of Tampa; a daughter Va., to visit her sister, Mrs. O. qualified to command any: and Mr. and Mrs. Chaney: will spend attended. From there, they: j I Friends of the Library
Mrs.
Doris Strickland of Starbuck. Next, Mrs. Put all Great Northern
C. vessels
A MAN'S JOBII!! up a day: here with the Sheldon*, went briefly to Huntington
OPERATINGHEAVY Pembroke, Oa.; his mother., went to Cumberland, Md., to to and including those three on their way to visit Wesley Ind., later to Lead, S. D., famous CLAY COUNTY Pl'BLIC LI BRAKYBOX
Mrs
Beulah Miller, of Savannah visit! her sister-in-law, Mrs. feet Iq.Awth providing it is Manor. I for the Hearst silver mines. !niS
: six sisters and a brother; Fred DIxon On her way home, not a windy day: on Lake Chesuncook. .
her .
and seven grandchildren. the covered the distance from ." The commission is Here according to son. OKHKX!: ; COVE RPmXGfFI..omn..\ '
The Rev. Rlcnard Lee Doddsof William, the church was the
Washington, D. C., to Jacksonville signed by John T. Mains,
Burial was in Hickory: Grove Red Lodge Mont., Is visitinghis first floor, and the parsonage j j'was jI
EQUIPMENT In two hours. chief admiral In charge of '
cemetery: Honorary: pall bear. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, the second floor of the DEAR FRIENDS:
arLLDOVERI GRAD RS en were: J. Martinez, R. E. honorary: admiral recruiting. H. Dodds. The younger Mr. church building, and could be
Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Barrows I The Friends of the Library are celbratlng their first!
aeRAPRRa DRAB LINKS Pate L. Thompson, T. C. the .
Tyler, Dodds I Ia the minister of the entered either from upgrade
BACK HOEI CLAM SHELLS W. H. Baker and Z. left Tuesday morning for the Misses Edith and Edna Burk. anniversary During this time 108 interested library: patrons
Kevorkian.I United Church of Christ In Red street or from the stairway
Qualify Now north. They are taking with hart have left for Montreat, shared in the program of the Frlen Lodge and la also the State : In the church.
For the many blab paying Active pall bearers were: W. them Mrs George Schwab of N. C., where they will remain I with rapidly Increased. Interest in the Library: is growing
fobs In heavy construction of Montana advisor of the From there, she went
building roada, bride, dame, D. Estee, L. Robertson, J. N. Winter Park, and will leave until September when they expect Youth Ministry of this denom her husband, and her first two We are writing to ask you to share in the 1964 Friends
field ,
pipeline air Irritation Home, J. W. Kemp, A. 8. Walk. her with her sister at Michigan to drive to Lacrosse, Wla., I I
.,.tem., missile situ ination. sons, William, born in Indiana, of the Library: Project AIR CONDmONINO the 14-
homecltea, office bulldln,., er and R. F. Bradley before returning to M H C I
City Ind. and Ralph born in Lead, to brary in Green Cove Springs. The cost will be $343.20.
Ite. Local and foreign employment
opportunities. You i Helm Funeral Home was in The Barrows will continueon I I Blsmarlc, N. D., where the family Your financial help is needed to make the air conditioning l
can your atari present now without job. Complete leaving charge of arrangement, to Kalamazoo Mich., where Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Ly. The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph O.Kortellm stayed from 1907 to 1924. possible NOW! An application for membership is

practical) training on Otm they will remain for the monthof man have had three cards from enjoyed a week with I After a few years of being pastor printed for your use.
modern marblaaa, at OURRotldrnt August, at the home of a the Rev Ruthven Chalmers, the family of their eldest
I below
Training Cite In of the First Baptist Church, If Interested please fill out the information
Florid, gives. you Oie back. RAINBOW GIRLS TO I daughter.Mr. from England and Scotland. daughter, Dr. Marian KortelIng -!,.I her husband was asked to serveas and mall to Mrs. J. M. Malone, Treasurer, c/o Clay County
need to ft that London he writes, "Lon. Leval at Gold Head Branch
rg'Bun'oJo HAVE ICE CREAM SOCIAL From
want a. a HHAVT superintendent of the N. D Public Library, Box 913, Green Cove Springs Your name
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR, and Mrs. B F. Manaback don Is fascinating If you can State Park. The Levals have the Friends of the Book.
In Library
V.A. The Order of the Rainbowfor Society for the Friendless, will be placed
For approved rnmplwe Inrormaeloacall and their son, Mark, of Miami dodge the traffic, If you can five children Interested In which of
part organization
was an
(51.1117 or ."nd name, Olrls will hold an Ice were recent guest of Mrs. O. find your way through the I swimming and fishing The I 1 I Mrs. Frank Canova, Chm. Mrs. Mary: Arline
ber.ddr.... and telephone num. Cream Social this Friday, after. Koyker Mrs. Mansbeck was a tubes and on the buses. I have Rev. Dr. Blaine Leval, Is managing I throughout the mlddleweit. Mrs. Robert Sudlow, Recording Sec. Rev. Gordon Craig
toASSOCIATED noon July 31, in Spring- Park member of Mr. Koyker's church been here four days. Had a editor of the American Mrs. Newcome was fifteen Mrs. John Malone, Treas.
Ileary Equipment School from 1 o'clock to 8:30: o'clock years ago, visit with Margaret Imbrie and Bible Society Record. They live years younger than her husband

1119 Lake Christie Drive cream and cake. Do try: to at. I her family Am returning to In Demerest, N. J.. Just across so when she came to
Penny: Farm In 1936, she was
There will be home made Ice
Orlando, Florida The Rev W. B. Cole will be I Edinburgh soon. Naturally: I the HuudBon River from New I would like to become a member of the Friends of the
tend I like It better. I have much to York
the preacher at the morning City. I' Enclosed is
( The following; persons calledon Library: for 1964- 66. :
worship service, 11 o'clock at, see yet, in my native land. It Is
the Penney Memorial Church a bonnie country the Rev. and Mrs. Daniel ( > $500-Family: ( > $100-Friend' of the Library:
The Rev, and Mn. Charles the Rev H.
next Sunday. Snyder recently: : ( ) lOc-Children
I O. Cole are enjoying a visit W Tyler of EustU; Mrs. Elli-
The Rev. and Mn. Percy R.

The ladles of the Myra Morton Batchlor write from Plalnvllle, from their' daughter, Mrs. R. abeth Hogan, of Leesburg; and NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
SEE YOU ATEchie's I P. Burdick, and their grand Miss Fannie Evelyn Dewar,
Bible Claw will teach the Conn., "We are having a real
son, Kenneth, 10 yean old, of Oreen Cove. They also calledon
leMOn In the adult Bible Class busy but happy summer Our and their ADDRESSTELEVISION . . . " . . . . . . . .
granddaughter, Nancy the Rev and Mrs. J. W.
during the month of August preaching: engagements take us r
I : 14, all of Libby, Mont. Wagner
to five cities and folks are

I The Rev and Mrs. C. grand to us."
Sthrlver have returned

a month's stay In Lakeland. P'I Mrs. Karen Klser returned SALE
home after a month with relatives

From The Hempsteads of I and friends In Kansas,
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IN Springtide Lodge, Onawa, ).fe., Missouri, and Oklahoma.
comet the following news FULLERTON'S' IS INTRODUCING THE NEW 1965 GENERAL ELECTRIC TV LINE

"We have been very: busy: getting Miss Carrie Marxer and Mrs.
ready: for the coming of A. D. Shaffer arrived home TO MAUK THIS fVfXT: : W': AIn: O '.'lmIXO: AMAZINU( LOW PRICES OX ALL 15H54 TV'S

ORANGEDAIEif'here our children and grandchildren.Every last Thursday: AND} STKHKOS: PLUS XBW: LO\V 'KICKS OX ALL 1963! TV'S DUI.IXU THIS SALK: -

\ a lot to year do"Enclosed there seems to be Mn. them Agnes when Forlaw they accompanied left in- .o)XK: WKKK: : ONLY OH UNTIL ALL 1064!) TV fc STKHKOS! ARK: SOLI) -

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a clipping from the Onawa rdshfcd apartment near her COLOR TV CLOSE-OUT

News: The Ile,. and Mrs. Alfred former home In Freeport, HI., CELEBRITY PORTABLE
O. Hempatead arrived for and will return early: In Sep.
The Vest! People Meet' V
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went to Norrroa for the Christening Miss Marxer spent her holiday I

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this luxurious should have iU price uan.ln"! Then $21995WITH
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I (N Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF HM.UTKH: FICTITIOla N.N COUNT IN AND KOK CLAY COUNTY' FLORIDA. TO ILORU; ROAD

t I r d ,/ i1 I CLAY COUNTY. FLORIDA :Nolle-; I* hereby (Iven that tlundereliineil CLAY COUNTY FLUK1UA, In CHANCERY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I In CHANCERT under the proMiloi IN I'KOHAThi NO. KUOHELKV You will III.... Uke notice

No. C-"'. of chapter ''',011. !laws ot ""orl- IN- UK: KXPA1K OKI. : BL1XABKTH: BURNS. that that th* BOARD OV COUNTY

rir.ARL.ES wILLIAM 8TII-TNK da Act of l.M will renletel willi I.AI'KA WASHAllAl.aUdOUTHKKLAMi. : I'lalntlft CO.MM188lo.NEUi: Clay
I I'latllUIt the Clerk of Ih. Circuit, Court In : Uw..odProbate *.. County Florida been the ptl-
... and for Clay Count. Ulal <01 Fllo Nn ItNOTICH JACK MALONBBURNIliofenditnt lion of a qualified. Und ."n.r.will ,
ROBERTA ANN 8TO.TNER.DKtndai. Florid receipt nf proof <"I 10 t HM>rT IHTO at I,00 o'clock A,M, on th*
I upon I !N( Tit K or ai IT 17th. day of Auut nit
1 publication" of thl notice, tlKUIItlou '''I ALL CUKIMTOKS AND PKR at the
HAVIM CLAIMS tIlt THK MTATK I'K 'IAIIIIIIA-Ttl County: Court Houi* in Ureen
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Rohorta. Ann MaAnaly Signed Kllea H, Its is You are hereby notified anregulrd \nl'\ AUK HHHR1IY NOTIFIKC: th. County will vacate. abandon. ,
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MILBERGER I which ma h... you In Ih* *|M>.* entitled cauai. dleclalm all.. rlitht title or Inter
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T\\IX I UFI.TI'llilrlo : Nelbel Ohio NOTIFJEI'I analn.t the Ealat of Laur and > nu ere hereby required tuerro ..t of tk* County and the Publlo

tot aa'uit ARE.eae HEREBY been filed again 1I I NOTICLr_ ainabaunh MoutherlanJ.. l>*. upon pUlnlKf'a attorn.Y or any Inter.!* therein' to. thatcertain ,
SethRealtor who end addree. etreet or road located
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of Clay County FlorlA I ** name u
REFRIGERATION Distributor you In the ."0" onti11M esu t'". I teaerd th lato offlc of lion, Thorn ; hereon. your written dofenai-, Clay County Florida deeurlb./ ,".
and you art hereby required COURT O* In If to the bill of onmplal .. 'folio.:
.erve upon plaintiff. alornwho. *, I IN THE f:: fU..JI' cui: J. \Ulvrrm Clay County Judas. I It. any which d.. That certain 14
All Milk TUB. U lloue at Oren COTHprlnc In enl.l suit, copy of U foot surest b*.
SERVICE Jersey b RENTALtr SALES .'. nam a,4 addre d.tnolIt s app.hereon. .r.. I cLH1.: IN ANL Foil CLAY the Count. Florida *within "Is cal. liver" lo you herewith. on etr Inc 111.111 feel In lena-th and
your written CIM'NTY' KLOKIDA. data before Autuet Hat A l U. IHIllorln I lying .Iona I th *
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For of cwmplalnl II rndar months from Iha Ii .tVL.ri:
6 ACREAGE LOTS any to the bill I IN CHANChlKV: : nr this No. fall not or decree pea of Lot On1 Ii of
.111 I oult. cony of whirl U 4.- A. II, CHUCK and LILUC U first publication fO..'..... will he entered main' KMTATEH, according to plat
Air (CeodltleoU, ...,..*...tt.* HOME DELIVERYCALL livered to you horewlih enfceforo ., I CHtlK:. husband and wlf. II'". hI" you for th. relief prayed In tll. thereof. ea recorded In Plat:
must
..4 RtlB 1 errlpat Residential) CommercialIndustrial August IT. A, IX 1144.Herein 1'1.1111111. Nab: claim or demand ehal hilt nf complaint Book I. pat .II of the PublloHecorde
8. Palmetto Street fail not or decree peont.no f I Ia. writing, and In dupllrele. THE NATO UK OF RAID SUIT of Clay County Florida

I6I-9141! or tS4-116 will I :'r"WeI.rb: ; J, T, FIEI.n and ANNA II. late, the play. of realdenco the Claim aml BKINti' for divorce.MTNFMI the earn being more partlcularly .
>nit office address of
Home Phone 184-978(1( cop for the \ n CHkNVHAW:
Serving Greater Clay County bill of pnmplilnu' ttef.mUnta ant, shill h. Iwnrn 'et by Iii ...1 of eald Court al tlree Hoaln it th* Northwest' oorner .
Bnilnm Phone 284-9581 Antique pied FurnitureCAREY'S Th. nature ef laid salt betsfee NOTInG OF irMIAI. I Claimant, his agnt or his' "tit';. (Coy Utirlni Florid, thl. ITlh of laid Lot I. Wllmar E*.
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Public divorce.WITNKM, MilTKHa a HJNOTICB lornoc: shall' hs day of July A. O, 111"VuJo'KOR tale and run Mouth II* 11',0"WNL
Notary my baud and tioral .- IIKRKBY OWl a |ltl flllnafee, and any jucl h ( II ,..." hence Month In*
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TV APPLIANCE | of Mid Court at Oreen. CAVDrlnr und.retgnsd. III Spiel'. claim. or demand not BO rll..a| ; U CAHLIMLK. /t' .." ....t. Nt.hlfwti)
PHONE *. Florid, ibis. 14th daBy that the under aiby hall h* void' Th* film fe. Ins, Clerk Circuit CourtBy limes! North.ll' ft' 10" E...,

SERVICE FLORIDA TRADERS Office 2I4-SM1 of Sui' A. f\ 14.4.OpNuRGE Haler lrtuo In Chancery of the Final I t>e. r: ... .d".. in the, amount be of ahlalned claim, Vivian. II, Hnhmlieputy II feetl. then** North. 44* II

We Green Core Sprlnn Florida )j".c.1tRI: : : of Forerloiuro entered In Ihicertain and from claim Ih form* County my Jud.*.e oC, Clerk 44" Win Ill,111 feet to tho
Repair All Brands Home 214-2952 Clerk ( out pending In I''*. r. J Jennlna. Jr nolnl of betlaatair.Horoon .

Servicing Clay County IS E. Palmer St. TeL 2I4-U8 VIVIAN H. OHM I Circuit Court caue lOr Ins fourth Judlcl flea.AttnrnerS. Attorney for Plaintiff 1 Int.reeled may appr. .
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Deputy ( 1.,11 I Ad"....* .t Ih* lima and plaoo abov
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For Sixteen Years Antltaci 8. Orange Arena Orange Are. S. at Bay St. Green Cove Rprlnte rloI.1"u l Circuit of Florida.FiorldalChancery In! I II> ITII ASH TIIOMAliv I 1'.0. I"' ITS ......111.. and k* heard.Dated .
for Clay County, ' llalph I. Thorn Florida
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Orange Park Ph. I64936JFULLERTON'S THOMAS 1 RIVERS Mint Walter W Flnnean a Ad.1II1"'ra'.r HOARD OF
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Attorney for. rUlntlf'' CLAY (COUNTY
Blinding Road TeL SI4-I22T 1.14. II '1. ILKUAL -, band and wire. ire plaintiff. "" ......d, "U')ltlOA.It .
and J, T. PI.ldand Ann I\. date. July II. 14A" .
Jacksonville Crenihaw. are ..,.dsnls I. 1 adpecl . "". will bo received In Ihe ./ 110ft'" U Carllilo'

>4 N. Drone Are. I Blending ** Collins Rd. !NOTICBM *) ..*.'.r Ik Chancery ill,. t-II, II. .... \. office of lbs Clerk. .r the Circuit 1,11 ,...
Green Core ----- .pointed ky tko Court In **l. Court, al the Clay CountyCourlhouea.
Z84-4A44
Spri. LEGAL !tOTIC'
TeL 771-N24 decree, under and ky .lrtu. +.r -- --- Or.en COT Rprlna*.
WE TRADE Df ANYTHING Till. Jl\K: :.ILB Coin OlCL.A1T the term thereof wilt .It.r f"il 557116 JIIOTlrtG_ Florid, until 110 o'clock A, Mon
101 NT), rtoniUAIn I* and e.ll at puhlto Ides Autuet If. Illl, for the fol. PLEASE/
I or VALUE the Interest of WAY/1111 Rot kldde lows..,
and heel
Or
IN TUB:: CIRCUIT COURT lo Ih* hlakeel I
BEVERAGES I THE 'Ul'KTH JUDICIAL: CiK- ANUHKL': a chill -Cue Nun. I for cih at tk, North door .r IN TILE' CIIH'IMT\ fOI'HT or On. Automatic ropier. pro
!
CUT: ; OP KLOIUDA. IN AND .bur 1>...... the County Court alesof CUbounty. CLAY COl'NTT, FUUIIDA t'P* .capable of Itiak
l'PIiOLSTERINOBAXLEY'S rule CUAT COUNTY, Ntl'll\1I: or FILING or PK1IVION Florida. In the City .r In CHANCERY lag: kith quality photo eopte.
: rt>H PKHMANHNTCOMMITMENT Florid NO 1171 h.U nrlsllys. and pilllrl sp
IN CHANCERY I1r.." C*" ltprln.*,
PAUL'S ALBERT MCK.KON HUOHES. : t>r CHILD ''a" th* Itih day at AItu.l ERWIN MELMON CI.AHKK I* eight' and one.half byfourteen
TRIM SHOP flalatlK. TO KL.OHIOA DRPAHT IHI. between the hour IMalallfC In he* with varlakl
MKNT: OF PUBLIC WEI- of .I..I* snack A. ':. I'rl..11 \ tw: afalM wind down front five and ."..
I NdKOHAM KAHR H> .llt.EQUIIJIIT: : JENNETTR: CLARKEIVfendant I".... Will
CHARLES : III *.tULAIitH RAlKJPTION. P. M aald Isis '..In. half U 'ollt. Q
All Legal Beverage* Complete Auto A Furniture K NKKDHAM. kla wits.and I I Ins at .1.... ocUx-k. A. M.. 01" IF kllTTIIEHTATklKF oepy from: tide I op.nlnsal
Open I A. M. .. IA. M. UUUk.HT: BtVAHlN Till!: STATE OF FLORIDAI) Mid dal.). tha same belni Ih." NOTIIN 'U'"Il'A'l'n end openlnc hinder, make
Upholstering
lx(.nd>Bt*. To: DAVID ANDHKU: reeldeariunknown lead Awn of all! sal .a a 1.1 CLARKNVoll'V I one I.I... hundred onpieoIn '
Duval Comity Line 1 1100 W. Idlrwild Ave !NOTICE TO ATPKAn al asIa Taut, the followln de. HfKAN JENSETTR' lee than. kin aeroiMl.

North .( Orange Park Ph. 2I4-S5IS THE oTATt or ruoKiiMTo YOU ARK IIERCBT NOT ..Ih.ct I prooerle shuns la CIa;, sr.II BREIlV'NOTiri Kl: lark 1111'0.1". wlndlnt and
lit FIKU. that a petition has bee pre>.eeln. I* Iulomaieallyennlrsllal
CHARLES NKRDHAU: twill
County Florida .k.. bn filed.. *.lnel
: f1l.d la iMi Court for the, per that a mull I \ ,
Green Cove Spring, Florida *n4 ULAI\I K. MCLOHAU.hK : 1.1.l Three Itl. and Four (4of entitled eaueaaad
of Ways. you In tko akoro ree.rved t. reject
wlf. nianent rommltment Block Firteen ".> of IPI.K. I I Itlakt U
Five Estimates Nor Andrea a child. !. thi yu a.. hereby renuired Useer. inv and all bideIIOAIII OILY
BOATS H..l4nrt VNKNOWN. WILD PARK HUBOIVIiWN, 'tQ CAN
( .u.r", I .
I.U" "
COUNTY
I NOTNriKll .Florid eprtment of Pubis upon Of COMMH.IIONRIIH
YOU THE IlkHEUV: Ca. prlniiliomellmo
II Free Pick-Rpand Delivery OltDh-HEl AND DIRBCT. I Wtlfare for .tbeequont adoption. City of *Orson known a* Inl.wll., .ho** nm .wrttl.aarise... address a pprh.reon ... 1 Ifnv :> PP.Ev 4r
HFonilM I. CARMHUE
commanded your $Hr
I KI> le flU I anawer or other and you are hereby Cup Count .
your Park ubdlTlln. *
Handle Any and AH of Tout bill 1 omUint I In
t* be and appear In thl Court I* Ih* of Clerk. Clri-ull. Court ARES'ScJILNJ
Cnu
the flalntirri FOP ST
pldlnc .
to Florid* f which la de.befe -
INLET MARINAMERCURY !! L'phoUtery Needi! plaint to for.cloi I ArtlclM I of I at tko tk Clay CSIet County Oreea CourthnuxIn Csn. Th said I properly a* afor: ashmull.(irerod" t. copy roil *11..1111. .... 01,
*
Atrom.nt r ord d 1 la OtflcUtHwor : raid, loaelher with all I teaemenu K' 141.Herein .
1IROLD BAXLET II. A
Pub- I splints, Kluri4 on the "th dot Auauel
.* JOHNSON Auauet IMI at 14 o'clock I I tall not *r ..or.. peaIDS.1.o
Owner Upholsterer 21 lie Record of CUy County. Tier.Ix aelona-Uf.
yea I leaanc thereunto: will b. entered ...1".'
ENGINES EDWIN BAXLET Ida d.. rlbln. t". fellrwial: A N. lo vhould okew nnt cares ho granted.WITNEps why oUpetition or In any wine appertaining, you fnr Ih. relief prayed In the ::. ThPall:! r. Tt'cmpton
>t Nine It>, Klttk, Twtatytil bring sold to **tlify Ik* *'.,*. ' : . . . .
CROSBY BOATS Son and L'phohlerer1 ,n. ). KrtloB Two <( at lira Cove Kprlnve I Yin
Park, aeeordln la map
KF.-7.V: TRULKRA >*ted Ibis" *Illh day ef JulyIMI for dl 1.orc*.
C. A. IICMMEL of th* Florid' WUi.r Horn l Ida his the *th it.y of July, 1111 4IfiffKlal IIEINil
.hand and tk.
SALES .* SERVICE Upholsterer O ,n. .| nd lmprovtm.nl as rrrotifS Cempa.yland In Mat Heal jHdt e/THOMAi of the Jarenlle J. RIVKHI Courtfriiedl I i r nr.* seal WITNR nf salt:,, 'aura my It,.... ('*.oprlnit .,}

OUTBOARD Rr.r AIR Hook I P... II PttbllO ..*... of CUy I County rt rie liT. anerUt, Master In. CaenoeriJul : Florida thl* ISIS dey !rYrTAOY A NtfDlf. COCK ACOIN'SIW'D '

Hwy. 17 Orange Park ACCOUNTING ord. of CI., Countr. riorMa. .*, 111. II. II...... ft Am.11X141. . 05H111N A D 1111 I. ,CARIJI.E.Click 1
WTAl CM AND
Phone 1,91.15 I I And to .trv a eoev thurmf upeanlnlniirri .'I..lllt, ( 'vs
CO
IM-Rl'RT 4 - oars'coal
1 alnrnoys, ._
--- -- -- MAMMfP. INSERT THE NOISE
II roN+IK. 101 (lr..t flake Cirri. LEGAL HOTKMOTH << ftOTICM
I REED ACCOUNTINGAND Oranc. Park, riorlda. oa or t>o.forotho ny Vlflan> .lr If Clerk Rohmt THOOUOII.. COCK AND I'IACE"THt
loth "U, of Ao.mt IUI| ep
will 1% TMN 1411 'Tlr Jl Hun'1101NTIN JFNNIXfia d NOnTO"A".nor NUtXfS I'OIMTOM THE
olhrrwlu' uld Complaint b. \ N or APrl.lChT10q FOR
".. row itAir for 11111(1
'. t"I a roorp.s.d by you. TAI IIKItllae : 101 "",. rioniM Addreeir OISI(. LIGHT MAMMEP TAPS
la I ORDERED tan this ....
&'"
INTING TAX SKUVICK: : ( .bll.h.4our. I 11 rnon4tn run sole n. n..t IIIu THrouGH
: Notice to Aprar e p NOTICE M HHIIKBT' : OIVEN: r1.r11i win SEND TiC Naur

p[ 4.l Walnat SL OCS. a week for four eoniMatlvo. ,,,., II U. TOOTMAKKH. tki IN 1 NKlPJIT4TM . ...dt, .,.." 4'.u Ir.rI*..;., IS, 11
wake I III tho ny County ('r... kolder of the fitllowlnc ..flit'. I OF . .1 \.. p Hit DISK( WHY? THE NtlOlE

I TeL 2141721Personalized ront a n...p.,,"r pulill.h.4 la rale. h** filed paid cortlfltalei IteeeeeedKUTMH IMMIIToni IS SUrfOQTfD bT THE CORK
TO : .
r'low! rnunlr, FlnrMttiONR Ieue4 Q-ni.---
ServiceHIn fur a Isaee/ I* :
I All creditor .f th* Ktt: .t
AND ORPKRKO Alnr Ih.,.a. Ta' cerllflokt WHICH INAMtS VIRTUALLY
..n Cove Kt>rln... norm' this. and roar of .leeuaao the dootrlptlaa H.nrl Va* It.*.t. dcaed, an ---

FOR THE BEST In all-wand Ilk 4v nf hip A.I'I. .1144.THB of the **4the "".b, notified and required K' '.,.11. clip re Ulrtlon bonk* All Of THE INEPGYTROM
Accounting & Tax f'1."RK or .rti.: rile any clelm 5, demand* wklilthey ,
I names la iii. k asNeed < .III ke open ., Keyelun Ilaabll1'Ir TIC HAMCO, TAP
U-tarllil' CIRrt'tT'n'RT. fellowaiC.rtlrirete my bars. ilnt saN ee Ih hears ofI
good printing try the CRES ere a* Stall bet.en *
B, VlvUn II aohm7t No.' II. 11* In) tk. office of Ik* Count"] ** A M **d II oeloik nay TO DE TCAMSHMTTIO:

ForJTtl.ilIeq I 14, II 14 Ixp ly Clark ,.*. of leeuenr Jun ,. tiltlieerrlpllon ""... of Clay Couiily Florid*. dallr. T.*...*, Ikru Ml .rdyuntil
CENT PRESS INC. The price I l In the courtkou at ilrtea Cetlirtni .H Ik TO THE POINT.
Firms &: 1 ef Property <*t 1 Asses II, I fur 'fj"
4 Bloch' /A riemin I I l.leed I *. riorld. wilkin *U eel of sPfnM1.t Yips,1.
'ImHvit'1! ; l l. mom' taps ,II. dill *.tI' purpoee ;
larltht.. It.'u.1', .......1'. *|* 1.a.Is.lam and ere.bald.n
otar'uhl) H..... .In whlrk. aeeeeced DEN. lk rural pukllrel' >o* of Ikl* a el. .. spPsrIsalrsMime. ...
Nil M KI.I'RIt: I' .Ire. Kark rlelm or demand ...... .... In a ,.,......... .IalaS. .
All jf eald property hel* l lth ii< l>* In wrllino; and meet plat I* be held Tueedar Appall 14III

County of tier fUlo erlnrids I office Ike pier.add of...reol4e. ef. *aa.<>o and eleimeend peel., I ** Ike marala.s.lrolaof .. huilllw.' I
.IIMI
/ ; DA1DS7I; "'.1..* itch. ,.,lIt...*!* or *erI < ....., b* ...,. lo kr Ikltlelminl. a s.w.5,0 "' Jo. II, labor. /It
I ((!4L"k\-Sl-SillFJII I rixleo, .".11 he redeemed a*. .hi., acekL of kit al. cur ('1.,.
.
railing: to law ike Ineerlo< Ur.e. or II will' keeome pal,Nlerordlao ,, I'll h/ ..-

erlba1i ash rertl'loal. elrertlflrate I ; I* lw
will h* eold ,. Ikeklcheel I...." Voa fandl. ere. ir"
......r.. the eourl .kouMHo I rutrli, of ,,,. Flt Ol, l .:..4t. kOfllNTM VHIJ I IS THE PfflNCIPlt THAT

i, r on Ike. flrel Mnidaye H.nrl Yen KendLMvron -- lUUITPATtS MOW HAMMfkH

- I Month. .f A.....' 1141. wtiM-k I.I UIke n IM.t.ll l .4IMMolUo
l.n..1 Ird dy ef h...., "". I I Iteroey el Law ,. H or IN SIIWRt'SCTFASTIRN4
FOR RENT mUhe4l. I .... Florid I* kef.kf aioea lh.l.sis.al II
FOR SALE Thlrtr-al t>*.led iklo, 4tk,. dy of July Ifetekl freri F-
SINO STEEL
10 a Flo*! IINa. TOOLS
bit Feefutrl
attic fan with motor. Goal apartment. Newly ITrooperBill ii." I I Allerner ,. ..... '
I' oronoR I u rni.iai.K. 1.,,, I* M, II >ero entered fASTCNCRS INTO
I Convenient location. Inquire' I ( I I s..baeoIlls I 5. Ihe fir. oil
Dwooti
.
'
.... Reaaonakle. I Curb ef Clrmll Cavil .
"-- -- l hill .41y Couoly. Flofldo. I 1 coNCQt WITH\ A tw
,
tlf-MSS (. Stl Sprint Street or rail IM- I of MR. Phone ,, mill sail Ik* oroporiy
.
t. I tl. IPiKuti .
Tarn Mill) '- Hit after 1:11: ..... i says ,. *, - !>**" rl."'" d-rlk4 IikWMII HAh+MtQ W.OWS. rVfTM

I TUB cot'irr' or THE muw.T **j 1 Too StfJCC-SU.IVtMAtVUNTf
| -- -- II I.ii..... 1111 Blork
-- ---- noticnIM I Jl'IMIH ('LA f Ct'tUTT, 111. MKAHUWllltiN'K: fall 1. HOUUWlf CAN HANG IKLVtS

-- I Iron RENTl Nice I bedrooa.bouta. 1 r. I w IM'" ruiMiiiA.Mai r. TATn1 IN
FOR SALE S-bedrooH J newly painted Inside and,] ,, TMK CIMCVIT COURT or '' H4t HIaM4H Ik. ..".., ovkll* ... i1a.1(1.r AND FLOWtB rOT MOlDttt t>mol
...
T1IR: r-1 rHTH JI'OICIAL rif4CUT > Florid*
k. trick house .. corner i jut, reasonable, II',. yard, apBlianrca I < >r ruxiii.A IM AND T. All Creditor. sidle,...* *IS pvilM Ce.olr...... lo Ik..* ...*...*, sal CONCCtTC. CONCRtTC BIOCKCU

Myrtle Are. OCS. .n ..,ai.h... Cell I',...,I II P-ON CI.AT COI/HTT./ I (erne t'amor Jramadi. koel >ddef for ....., el Ike ".... _
I IN", (.CHANCKKT' I II i "Land, kid E.lciol: .Oner of lie ''1., f_ely . Two kalha. doable | rar.... 1.111. :Otte| I In Re. ".,lfI.. ., Tw ..... cud. of ,.. Sea bdra. la (Ireea l"e :*rie. >.erlorld

floor f.rnac*. Fenced Saul It... HIU.UM MAI aUlD .0 ..",... 151 anneid' le I'.. bolas II N :M .4I
.i 1 1I .iI 1i lad MHIK MAR Kll>!> ...t a., ",.,,,. sad ......,. 1 e* I'M .s A.isal IIileiiHOR 1111
yard with frail trt. : 1 0) .YICJ"T. .bash ,.... ar ".' SI ,... Silt, I. rAHI.iaHfleik I

I HELP WANTED MALE s fxlROtllf U)Ula. JiNMCNHe : r ae ..nisela ...aI 111.1: rtroail ,* .NI
CCS 214.3144. .i4.".o t.-.... My h>iaer, dec*> *e4. Solo al tit "Ip,." H.."..
I.I In
I Baken helper. Eperl red T"l.' ARE IIKMRHf Ncni- ..14 I'oealy lo Ike rounly Joda l>...oiy ('tetkM"kki !

-- bench worb. Part Una or fell;, i Fle.U Ihot, Ik* *koi*.***>... P.. f cUr Couoiy, rw>r d*. at kMtffleo AACT!..r.brThewpio.9t.wr. .
- -
WIU.IAMp of loll T4TMrVMHitT
I i .5. RiSI'1L U Ike eoort keoee ON4T
Ml'I tJ_. Apply at TWba.lU IU|.I Iff1. 1 p l. KIMl sal ruin MAN I 001 al uses "'..e ......., (llriiuiMl

FOR SALE Few room b. Blreet. Green Cam, KlUli' M' fiUd, a pelittoa loIke ....,.... .,",. ex* *./*.... *) fereylk 0<..| ,

t W,..... on 1.113' 1 Walnut ] *ko..-. yl>4 leapt for He4o bulbs team Iko UBIM: of Ike f" !t tMkHeolloa jMkMatllle, riMldeJeka t
or ran 38/-3731. '..110I ) t.t>a ofa.. e i.-r ,kr)4ikoHMd af Ikl* ao4leo. Tw T Tf.k.ll
deep. IS.'" rub or 11. ) tketeta **d ,w n *'. re 4eo f ash *lele oe **eM d I I4lleca. .tl I
For Information i .a4eI.. .... ea..i why Ibe boil : lo wrinoa4 *kn 1.11 cr 'St

equity wetter would 5450 ..haul5.4 5. .,..... II' .lam Iba _I.,. N ,..,,..- led
184-9JM WANTEDRhifl eertlec. Mil ef r*.r sell/.. lftee oddreo* of Ik* eUlot 1'- --= IVJ OHTI CON'iCWtO

like U buy a set of oaf plot* ,I .*...... If ear. lIt'It"II'" =. Sal ekll ko wora> 5. ky Ik* : lINbOL IweNNy ACCOOVUYTOCUACTrlZX3Ul

If .*..)I II. a YI/N. ',.. "..*,*.,* fr Pen. lo ooi, hie eee.1 hw Uf. t +
----- -- for daytime sleeping ,._,., aed Oral 0..* "...., .: *o4 o. o i* ...or./ a f1$; I 5171M Or 04IM / s QIN

l..cb Itetas ronlact FraU II"]) ,r0f Pura. ri...'... aid e. ,>,5Nspa1.11.1MIp..5ibis M.U.O w k-..f .i.e. Ike!, ILAOP! CINiUQILS W4w410tc
FOR RENT-4 ,... f'' '( rro where i I.. Ik. eril*.l Ikefef .,". .. .._.. o. *o filed ekelliM N usual lo a IMM deoeo ofloeeefeeof M
servos the ..real a rko ".... ., eold (_". 5s mfk I ealered l* 'eon. ao*> t'LLAGLS fATIC1cWID t

.4aptal111West / they are loading. reek for -*whltbway. Cans tviftm 1nt'Ntionl. J" .'.ei ike l eta car of A*.* <. 'It ,...... niMtetk IA..*eleA I ...... Illl lo Ike i'l,.oll t'....

with BtkU. and water ... trtqufftfv ret t M bfdrkvn |111 .ike.,.. .....* .lll. koM Ad*. I o4eirelri* SIN. rf n.t C...,", ,...'.., I wit 9411( DiTf. e
...tor.' ...,... INred's. Ret*!. ..C F-lkel M.KL.. wll sal -.1/ .Oaa a lor 1
GC'I SM-mt who tlor'' ttpect p* I 4 .'.. i iI tfrttritm to crott ISo street WITMKMI e.. heal *.4 ,toe 7111 pMaaasr /. /1411s11 7oMMOiH s o e11.. .-..11..oioofoe
I MOf ..>4 ..9n el 11.... ('..* II. ... IIL5AL I of Iko Sail of **
SHOP In !tN mi
,I ,.... IMIurox'iPi 554 s Ass.
ii Hoe
Jmt p4ntrUni eKldri\ ranLiofx ...., I OMlk Moan ? r
bedroom .. It' .. Iw lea.rasp.o of 111 4KM
FOR RENT 1
at td/ts-bck both > rV .
and mrtbtl ,ia>.t 't.rh r Or* f Me .

Sleety. fan***** aU air.eo creuJnf it kiiirwc- ft "I.... N. ... vI siTM's <>r NAMfcd) OF *.: oTfto'Cor.::.";
n
I I I' H epir Cleebl 'ENm.00 AYPEASIi. 1UfwuKitf 0l .. *... 1,51/.a ...
Utrort Call :::
Uoaw1
on Bay HOMEII )7'M' I' ' -- 1 orrvwMo I rz. .. lit 1111 li'Is e
H4-WI1 '- II III L..IL SeTN N ASASIa/0ab ISioCNNTT1ps.554 p..*., $5.s.aN sa.io d... .
- 5. s./a5 1M ( aN li0 !.... W IM fe-4 *. a Pleo .....
oteieee*. oMieledFWftd "o ..o .e B 4 el*:.. eel
tuat co i .Tt JtPxr. ifwtvwiix el fo- (4 .. Jja-o ,o>*>
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I : : : : : AR DIRECTORY llI.j j i. ........* .M..d Wteoo*. to ko UMoi ,..."' )4/l 0 ., .. a.*.. maps
BUSINESS
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i to- .NmN, ...... O e.* .1 ...... .... M IN 1415 aod.f

I '. *. fn.*.etw. t.e. (...... FloveeeeovMw __ ........ 'ue --. 01 .110 CIOV. r
a WVIFt1I1TAMIRICAN
let"'IT'RE rRTC11eT'ELAITIRLBIG .AH _.. of |*o b.5.C oooiooeoJoa IM .. I/. nor *..aC..iS.
l> rd Mme.ripe.. sees .5wsM 4s.ocnN/a i5.. k* Of.. *>iif.l"3|
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<< ... n- INrWi.p ",.....* M 1M e-eoeOi in el >>o>* *:o4o ro o>o..oni. o* AA.yore. pr ; i/J PAWL FtZONA1
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OF THE SCHOOL BOARD Voting Nay: None I ; Ua. Shipped Whole

Motion by Mr. Cherry, seconded by Mr. Anthony that Re .
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(Continued from Page 4)) olutlon No. 1 for the Expenditure of School Construction Funds

Service budget figures and the previous motion by Mr. Anthony for 1964-85 be adopted.
M weU M Part n. District Bond Interest and Sinking Fund Voting Aye: An .
budget and Part m Bond Construction Fund Budget as amendedby Voting Nay: None R S
the previous motion of Mr. Anthony be adopted. Motion by Dr. Paterson seconded by Mr. Cherry that the
Voting Aye: All Resolution certifying Tax Levies be adopted.
Voting Aye: All
Voting Nay: None
Motion by Mr. Anthony, seconded by INTRODUCINGTHE
Mr
MUSIC IN A TRAILER feel guilty I have been unable Cherry that Rea
olutlon No. 1 to Incur an obligation against the County Current TRAVELERS
to do much since we came to
(Continued from r.eU) School fund under section: 237.27 Florida Statutes be adopted I
Florida but Chiefs schedule CENTENNIAL 2 TO 3-LB
Voting Aye: All .. .
"I used to do a lot of gets him home usually about --
church she tald. "Not the time choir practices are Voting Nay: None J
singing
Motion by Mr. Anthony, seconded by Dr. Paterson that the
choir work, but solo work. I beginning. And I'm afraid he family 2/c/
AVERAGELB
comes first. 1964-69 salary schedule for principal and teacher supplements, "i'i;';
Supervisors, adult teachers, non-institutional personnel M well
As for Chief, he has beenat
as the schedule for travel allowance be adopted.,
Murrhee flying (and guitar-play '
Voting Aye: All Accident ..
leg) for something like three : .
Voting Nay: None
decades now A native of
Insurance Agency Motion by :Mr. Cherry seconded: by, Mr. Anthony that the
Palm Beach, he moved with
196364 County Superintendent's Annual Financial Report be
his parents when he was a
youngster to Long Island, approved. Policy SPhCJAL: ; "SLTKlUUUiiT"; :811OKT: :btlAMv
Voting Aye All ,? ,....., .
went into th eCoast Guard asa
flyer in time to go through Voting Nay NoneMrs "T\. One package protects you tnd Fully Cooked
Long presented the Board with figures estimating
World War II, and retired whole family while travel-
the cost of the Board for the operation of the Penney Parma your
after 21 years, to join Paulnardeman'
School for the 1963.64 school teri.nd pointed out that the ing-and covers your baggage
staff School Board was losing in relmbursment from the State De. ..against loss from fire, theft,
"Does he like kind of
your
Sea: RICHARD MtRnnll'WI partment of Education under the Minimum Foundation Pro rough handling or other trans
music she was asked
AaeolPhon. "Well, I would hope so," tram two teacher units at that school. Membership of the school portation hazards. HAMS
has decreased from 70 students the year 19(8-59 to 43 students
473-4789 she replied "he gets It on a 24 hours a day anywhere In
at the close of the 1883-61 school year and the projected enroll .
7-daya-week basis the world.WhittMryoutfSwIbyplin
ment for the coming year was 37 pupil Also ,transportation .. *, I
+++ 1+++++++++++++++)$4++++++++++++++++++++ reports showed 97 of the 43 students last year as being bus e main, but, taxi, ship or pn- r
students, luto. SIIANK WIIOLE OR
singer
A discussion followed, Dr. Paterson stated that if the pupil Whether you visit the New PORTION Ci IIALF
average dally attendance for the past year was 37 which would York World Fur, take s 4 3 49c
under the Minimum Foundation Program, call for only one tea McitkMt.buiinMitrip.icsnlc
cruise attends LB. LB.
59 v1tiluilF cher unit and that 3 teachers are necessary for the operationof tour nitionil ocean convention.or I e I I
a 1-8 grade school, he felt that It would be more economicalto
transport the children from Penney Farms School to the e At work or pixy, it home or Suptr Right, Honey Loaf, Roast Beef j Super Right AU Meat Tender
CLEANERS Charles E. Bennett Elementary School even though to do so, away I or Tour Choice t Os. Pkg. Skinless I lb, Pkg. .
Anywhus, place,
e any any.
might be unpopular with the citizens of Penney Farms. lime, (for the term of the CHOPPED HAM 2FRANKS I 45f 189
Mr. Anthony stated that he hated to see any school close policy. ,
and that he to look at the situation both from
a
was trying .
Morton's Quick Frozen 11
os. Pkg. SVER-RIGHT Sliced 3 Ib. ttg.
520 N. ORANGE AVE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS realistic and optimistic viewpoint. He remarked that he had pre. Se. lit fee'J.IoI// kb ,.
vlously been opposed to closing the school because he felt that yew weal trifl' IJ. | DINNERS 39* BREAKFAST BACON 89c
new Industry would be coming Into the area with an Increase

In population: however this has not developed to any extent at ,.,. ,t' ._ : _ 0
SLATER SMITH
his time and, in view of the figures which have been presentedthat
Helm It was not possible for him to Justify the continuation of 5,5 dhr
i the-school. INS AGENCY eiWiM1Mlm11EIJ

Motion by Dr. Paterson seconded by Mr. Cherry that the SI North Orange I ..
Penney Farms School be closed until and unless the average
FUllcraII01I1C dally attendance of pupils In that area be Increased to a point Green Cora Bprinfi PJ,' With thli couiwn A Dun..... of JJj
that It would be economical and/or feasible for the Board to Phone II4-SIM A.Kr...rhf Page Cre.wr a-is...th.. Jar.. j ii;
:
CHARLES IIKLM: operate the plant as a school E, J'l-anut flutter ;Jc UJ
Voting Aye: Paterson, Cherry Anthony ..
Funeral Director Voting Nay: Wilkinson :JTHI .1 r*>M. a.IM j* a-i.M 1e.., A.a. 1 Mil MSJ
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Motion by Mr. Anthony, seconded by Mr. Cherry that .R..|HMiiMii TIIAYRRiN.YIIANCS ?
iIIliiUiliiliilii! !.i
I'hono 281-96! the Board adjourned to meet the second Monday in August un- COWPAMSSJMwtfwtf i /'"
C.MM*a.M
\111 less sooner convened by the Superintendent. FRESh RIPE CALIFORNIA
fJ COVE'IIPRIN08. Voting Aye: All ill"1EIJ
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GREEN FLORIDA
.. I IIWT. II lAST r. O. BOX 411 Voting Nay: None .', W Pln d Extra '* HONEY DEWS 69*
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