The Clay County crescent
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079902/00142
 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: September 24, 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
lccn - sn 95026712
System ID: UF00079902:00142

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. Funds Hurricane Available RepairsAn For Disaster TeamGreen JustIceTrio Triumphant;

additional $3 million of rural housing loan funds E xonerated
have been made available for loans to eligible famlllea In :
rural area who need to replace or repair buildings damaged *
or destroyed by Hurricane Dora according to William
T. Shaddlck, State Dlector of the Farmers Home Admlnl Circuit Judge Charles Luckle last week decided In
itratlon. IIOsriTAL. Xll.lARV! TO favor of the defendants In a damage suit Involving The
These loans are made to farm owners and owners of MOM TRAINING 'tt'RSE Crescent and three Clay countlana.
other real l estate in rural areu and small rural communities A Medical SrltOlrlp Train The suit waa filed by Publisher\ Duncan Oroner who
with populations up to 3,500 which are not part of an Ing Course dralgned to pre sought coneiuatory and purHtlve damages from C W
urban area. They are made only to applicants who are unable pare people to inert their own Smbrough and T. J. Jennings Jr. of Green Cove Springs
to obtain credit and O. D. Nail of Orange Park
they need from private and cooperative health needs In the event there
lenders, Including the Small Dullness Administration I la no doctor available U tentatively Oroner alleged In the suit that the three conspired to
whose area office is located In Jacksonville. scheduled to start on arise control of the weekly newspaper after they helped
Interest rate on Frmers Home Admlnlstraton Rural October a. to arrange a $34,000 loan for the newspaper from the
Housing loans Is 4% with a maximum term of S3 years. i hank of Orange Park
Eligible: applicants should contact the Farmers Home The course, sponsored by Their actions, he contended In the suit damaged Ms
Administration In Gainesville. the Clay Memorial 1IIIpltalAuxlll.r reputation and that of the newspaper.
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The defendants
denied the allegation) They con.
training ..C'.lona.Ura tended Oroner consented.
orally to formation of a management
Gladys Phillips president team for the newspaper to manage Its financial
Times Don't Do of the Auxiliary, In announcing affairs to protect the Interest of the bank and others who
Change People the Course Mid it endorsed the note.

8, DAYTON WILSON"O. consists of 19 hours of Instruction In a counter claim they requested the court to force
In rtadloarllvs! Fallout Oroner to continue the management team Oroner ousted
A. Budlngton was In the Metropolis Monday" and Shelter Healthful Living the three defendants as members of the board of directors .
This wu the title line from the Clay County Timesof Corf's tllllles, wrecked by lIam tan. flees. were put back {M. persllen In In Emergencies, Artificial Respiration I before the suit was filed earlier this year.
Friday morning, November I. 1901 record time with the aid of a crew from Klstlmmee. The KlHlmmee men shown above, Dleedlni. and U.n. Judge Luckle ruled the defendants innocent of con.i'lnsl .
Have times changed or have only the people, places are! Jee E. Davis and things changed T Cecil Moore and Bill Crever. Trn'rorttlon of the frndsnts proved the material, allegations of their counter
lured "\I I'M. Rhork. In'j claim but withheld the management agreement pulley so
A look local at the yellowed pages of a copy of an antiquated Green COT*. like most .. the cities In the slsle, btloni te the Elands MtmUlp.! Care of the 81k and long as there Is no default. In the monthly payments of
newspaper may provide a clue.A I'tlliUea AanorliUon. of which Mae Cunaing ham I I. Eiecullv RecreUry. Ihi.; srginl.a. tli. loan.
infant and Child Care, an.1
copy of a column headed "About
This That and
lion provides swift help following emergencies serb ss Iliirrlcsne Pora.
T'other" contains a number of Interesting articles. Emergency Childbirth. The Judge., Luckle also ordered the plaintiff to pay court
It seems that a large wild cat The City Manager Hen Zellner gel la teach with the A_lallon by ham fl" andtelrpbene costs of the defendants and stipulated In his decision that
was discovered on the lesson content covers situation
top of Mr. Register's chicken last le determine the ._."1'.' help. needed .. restore the rU,'. electrical .,....... Oroner cannot sell, mortgaie or dispose of any of the
coop Tuesday night
(1901) by Tax Collector: Prevatt. and frightened away Help was Immediately' sent from Kkeaimswe te the eltyt regular electriral ,..... hlch might be encountered In aaaets of the newspaper until further, order of the court.
day-to-day emergencies, t na. Oroner said he would ,
with a lighted lantern. After seems day and late nights ef work, they swweeded In restoring power le Green seek a new hearing In the
A runaway occurred on Magnolia Avenue last Wednesday Cove snore quickly than the s.rro.n4lng ce matenlli**, ,' lure) disasters. or even a nuclear Circuit Court or else. appeal the derision.

afternoon, and resulted In the smashing of one The city will be billed for their Uaao an I evertlmc ea tae basis ef KUlmmn's{ rrgsibr attack FINAL Jt'DOMKNT: AND DITEEK:
wagon and the overturning of another. The hone of Mrs.J. hearty rat*. There Is no charge for ee.al > n..t, s* the Job was cheaper la rmasrt>on Anyone Interested In taking
P McBride of Belmore became frightened and dashed .. a contracted Joe. the course. may contact Mr, Plaintiffs Initiated thla came by the filing of a two
Into the wagon of W T Wilson of the same place, and count Complaint at law seeking to recover damages a1Mewl -
overturned the wagon and then wrenched the front The city ewes a great debt .f.,ratll.'. t. these eta men and I. Green Vms regular Gladys Phillip SIM 119 1 to have resulted from a civil conspiracy allegedly
wheels from the wagon it was attached to. and ran down crew. From the bottom *< sat bearte we w o.U Ilk. te say "1 hsnh. .,..." for further Information perpetrated by dettndanU against both the corporate

the street to Mr. Hendrlek's market where U was slopped. I .- plaintiff and Duncan O. Oron.,. Individually, By their
Oreen Cove High reported' an enrollment of 117 and ..-. ..a6..3r. < answer,' aVfeneant.* 'denied the ....ntW..u..atlou el Use
an average attendance of 10$. Devil's Crce / Burlington Sales Up Too complain which must be proved to support a verdict and
Such were Items of Interest In 1M1. They are not judgment" for plaintiffs
much different from today. Neither are advertlaemenU An Editorial Twelfth Consecutive Quarter; In addition to their answer, defendant filed a
different today. WItH the exception of products and dealers I believe In Dad the Bather Almighty, Maker of Counter-claim\ alleging an oral agreement between plaln'-
ads are much the same today u yesterday.A heaven and earth. I believe that evil will always triumphIn Burlington Industries the week. reported conolldU Ills and defendants pursuant to which II ls alleged that
look at some of these delicate ensembles of word this world and that I can do little about It. I believe tit sale in its third fiscal quarter totaling 1101,110,000, defendantwere elected directors and vested with the control
works will suffice to show the Idea and techniques are that 100 years from now nobody will know the difference, a rue of approilmsUly 10 per cent from the like quarter. of the Crescent: Press, I.... a florid corporation for
not totally new. that Inequalities' and Injustice have always existed and always In t.*lPer. the purpose of serving as1 a "Management TtanV and ton
Are You Open to A Fair Proposition Dr.. Wm. will Man Is essentially evil; you can't change him share earnings for the quarter wr II rents up trolling the affairs of said ocrporatlon during the period
Griffith will sell you a bottle of Smith's Chill and Fever and you cant trust people. A man's beat friend Is Number from 79 tents In the year earlier quarter on June 21, the of time a certain 111,000 loan made. by. the Bank of Orange
Tonic and guarantee It to cure Intermittent continuous, One. Since all churches: and faiths are the same I will vast textile manufacturer had IJ.OIJ.OOO common share Park to plaintiffs remained unpaid. The counter-claim
bilious and every other form of chills and fevers. After not commit myself wholly to any but give enough moneyto outstanding. furtlier alleged that the creation of said "managementteam"
trying It and it falls In the slightest degree he win returnto Insure my family and myself getting the sacraments Durlington I Ie its forty-eighth largest Industrial corporation was Incident to and part of the consideration which
you the amount you paid for It. Why not cure yourself Just In case I pledge myself to secure the highest happl In the nation. In the field of Mil/Ma! Its do***! Induced said bank to make loan and thai It was also the
quickly and permanently, you run no risk whatsoever ness and greatest pleasure and profit for my own and let competitor la J. Stevens. which ranks ninetieth. principal Inducement upon which defendants relied In siUdlna ..
CAUTION: See that the red triangle U on every package. the rest lake care of themselves. If there Is an afterlifeI Met sales for the nine months ended June 97 were ? their credit to pUlntlff by. the execution of guar
Food changed to Poison Putrifylng food in the Intestines will take my chance with the rest, for lam as good u .....01..000 compared to MIMJI.OOO for the amine period anty agreements by which each became liable for 1 part
produces effects like those of Arsenic, but Dr. most people If not better last year, Per share airings for led nln month period' of said 111,000 loan; thai said defendants undertook |operform
King's New Life Pills expel the poisons from clogged bowels, gently, easily but surely, curing constipation moment Is reprinted from The Pulpit) a monthly Journalof number of shares outstanding. tempted to manage the financial affairs ef sale corpora
biliousness, sick headache fevers all The lien and the Clay County Crescent to the beet ef
liver kidney and contemporary preaching circulated among men of the largest earnings flgurts mark the twelfth con their
bowel troubles. Only 39 cents at Warren's Drug Store. cloth. servtlve rUe In quarterly per share net arcordlng to ability and onkiunl ellh the reasonable preieetlon of the
To Heal a Hurt Use Banner Salve, the great healer, Charles f Myers president ., the company, Interval of said bank and other persona who had also
Its guaranteed for cut, wounds, sore, piles and an skin oatIL" cove mctm GET SU NEW Mr.MBr.Kll "w. are pleased with the continuing trend of Improvement pledged their credit to secure said IJl.ooq loan by the so.ecutl.n .
diseases. Use No Substitute, In earnings." he said. ""There' hv now Wen of guaranty gremeu; thai tJunran O. Oroner
A peek at the farm section might prow Interesting. The Oran' Cove Jaycem last I New members are: tonatdBrookrr twelve ronaocuUve! qwler In which net earning *ire.dl. Individually' and as pfMkionl. ef amid corporation did
Such titles as "'Cuaa,." and "The Velvet Bean" week took In alt new mem Pat KellyRed Con. the sans ojuarter of the previous year, The continuing, thereafter Violate and breath the alleged "management
would! naturally draw one's attention Although Items such ben. Ed Henry, Duck! Tyler and strong economy Indicates further good demand for .Us. air "nt" by removing defendants *a directors of said.
u fertmsers may not appeal to you. they were of great At a meeting al the Rivernew If R. M.Ke.. til**. The cotton goods segment of our markets ha now corporation and stripping defendants ef their authorityand
Interest to the 1101 fanner Restaurant an orienta- responded favorably lo the eatatlshmsnt of .....prkI not control over said eatwofalbm; that 4tf.-n.tsaU haveno
Ae the reader must realise. by now. the fact may tics team comprising two former Prank Harrington president Ion. Dun..s In this Important area of our company I II remedy sere In a smut ef Multi. by reason of plaint
chance but essentially the Idea la the ....... state Jaycee officer fa* presented Jaycee of th* Month Improving and *p(>ro* )ane; a normal lev.!. U',' repudiation tf said "aMnmenl afire meM", be*
Don History repeat Itself or doe It Tbt Is the InUtar'I j the new members award to: David Talbolt The company's board delayed the regular quarterly cause hay are ofcilsaUd, en said guaranty agreements, but
question. with the Internal oprraUoni of Raadolph Brvnsen, Jack divtoVad of IS reels a share payable Sept. 1 U holder* of hev ben end are swing denied the contractual right lo
the omnlaaUon. Oren and Bud Rhort reword Aug. I protect thmwMlvM' by management and control of said

eofpotsUen and nspepf" ; thai If .,. publication ef said
p..per ls missed. the said orportlon *ul be greatly n.
Quad In value and Ine papal win .lose Its status as a
pap* sjuattfUtf te Publish' trial) notices and efe.danU win
Dora's Gone But Work and Memories Lingers lose. the benefit ., amid! agreement In keeping ft qualified

ht" *ct>ef In Green Owe sVrtng. as wen as suffer pe
titulary bee
The Court ties new heard the testimony and .
Maw and the arguawnl ef seunsel, fee the respective
!..rtiee, twins the .sues saade by the pleading and.
vIm serwiOeraUen M.rnf Soda ae follows:
I la) Vpwi the SWUM aiade b f the Complain and. the
Ant er ....,.... IMS Jury trial hating been demanded, theCWI
a* the Uler of U.* fasts find" IM tVfstvlanU "110I
g iMyk M CawAl I and] II
sea tan| the feme made by defendants tOUftttt..a. .
alas and *"Ui' ..&irf.' enswer thereto the Court aiMing a*
..*,*.Q>. to equity finds thai defendants' Haw proved
the ....,... *ilg.On. el their ountavflalm a* herein
eawe sH dwtb ....! further nMe thai defended. are en
tit.*.} t. ine cabal e.*>o4 IM te the tilenl Kerelnafterit
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oftncncn An/vtmo AMD DECREED: as follows:
I, That pi4nlif. Cr**.enl Tint, Int.. a florid
7 .<*i.eU0n, end HUMS 0 Oraner, Individually, takeMrfMnej i
ii b* {tint CMioleinl herein and ..,.,.".... C W
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Eresceut The '':Talc of A Around And AboutBy contract through Sang Woo and Harilea's in Hong *?,,*
( Horse's fail
QUay Qtaunty! c Camera bugs and watch hunters can go out oi e..
minds here. The Japanese turn out fabulous optica

By TONY SMITH camera gear, and a watch that sell for $20 here .'*, I :c
The Rev. Dr. George Reward of a $60 Bulova. I have I "
Academic Freedom letter was wrtten by the performance seen mam ..
following I
--- (Editor's Note: The '
Smith of Roller Oysterflexes going here for a little over $100
Our emotions have much to Marine Cpl. Tony Smith to his father Hugh
The Ryukysn people are a blend of Chinese and j, .
of Florida do with the secretions of our Cove), ?
FARRIS BRYANT, Governor Oreen
By nese influence, but have a religion that resemble '
Within recent weeks there has been considerable pub glands, and vice versa Dear Pappy,
of the lesser Asiatic followings, Most of it u .;;
full of soap opera a
lic discussion relative to our system of higher education All of us have certain prejudices Seems like my letters have been so the
and can tee tombs with
worship, you
tell of you offerssake ,,,
In Florida. One of the matters which has been InjectedInto which lie so far back garbage I haven't had a real chance to any American Whiskey and rice cakes along the .
these discussions Is that of academic freedom. and deep down In our minds much about this place. large tombs the
on Marine
with the There are many base .
This matter goes to the very heart of learning It that wt are unaware of them. The camp where I'm located, along wide protected by the mllltsry. "
addresses Itself to the purposes of our state universities We think that we are acting Division Info Office, rests Just above and facing a
Okllsn't muchto Even though Nabs, the major city, was ,' .
It Involves equallythe from the whenIn which into the South China Sea.
and the climate in which they operate. wisest impulses, bay opens there is nothing remaining that
the would)
responsibilities of our universities and of those who reality it is the force of look at. Lots of red clay, rock and a splashing of jun.
small there was once fighting here Towns are a nightm. .
teach our young people. And it goes also to the right of the "tall" that Is driving us. gle. Our camp Is In a built up area around several from ture ofhole-In-the-wall bars and tiny reataurantJ.I \
the people to raise questions about how our universities When Jesus told us to love communities. Koza, a city of about 30 minutes drive
went bouncing into Moriml one night
are operated.Two one another He was not talkIng here, is the "Little Reno" of Okinawa has a place called ai a
yean ago the Board of Control with the assistance sentimental mush. If we "BC" or business center street, full of small shops offerIng place and was introduced to a disarming mixi' .:
ale and duplicating fluid, loosely called pillar
of representatives from the state universities ony knew how 'to detect the everything from hand made men'i Jewelry to klmonas. ginger
Sevens. They for a quarter a shot and slip ir .
than those I ran go <
statement on Academic Freedom and Responsibilities difference between the guidance The shops are much more sophisticated ?
wrote a policy
DR. GEORGE I'. HOWARD that stays in lessly . until you try to move. I bopped out of ", ,, ',.
Guatemala . each OUnawan la<
which has served u a model for governing of God's hand and the across in
craftsman. There and went to a restaurant to scarf up on a Mexi *j. ,,.
boards of the naton. In the days before automation deceiving pressure of our anl business stays in because he is a polished ?
The Board has been concerned that this freedom, when I was a young. student mal instinct, we would have Is too much competition to turn out slack work and sur- nero It was so sneaky that I downed a double nt n(
consistent with responsibility, exist upon our campuses pastor with a number ot more mental health, more happiness vlve. Hand-made Cordovan leather shoes will be custom Tacos filled with a ridiculous heaping of raw JPWJ(
in line with the objectives which the Board set forth in country churches on my cir of heart among us. No fitted for your feet for about $20, the beginning price of onion before It hit me what I was gobbling. Yettr Roik:
its policy statement, and that a wholesome atmosphere culI drove a horse and wonder the Anglican Prayer French Shriners or Florshelm shoes in the states. Jade, Japanese movie are something else A coupe of
exists at all times. I share that concern, and some time buggy to make my connections. Book speaks of religion "alike Imported from Hong Kong, is sold through several of the friends of mine and I usually hit one about one i paj-

ago at news conference, I had this to say; The pony wu a lively one but for the body and the soul." more exclusive shops but even here, the prices are too day. They are pretty abstract, and for a supposed: nod-
r "I have spent a great deal of time trying to define for entirely free from guile But William James slid that the much for a Marine snuffy. I saw one tle-tac of Jade and est race of people, they come up with some wild garbage

myself academic freedom. It Is, of course, a part of free. hers is something that happened greatest revoution In his gea Platinum for $85. The Japai.r- public seems to be obsessed with sadisn and
dom. again and again. Wt nation was the discovery that Small shops full of collector' items and Oriental art outright screaming brutality in their movies. We $a., me
levels sink to would be to browse in but I lack the good taste to tell the Samurl that correct) film, you know, the Japanese
It doesn't rise to any higher or any going along happily, our inner attitude alters the are fun ,
lower depths than other elements of freedom."It I drivng her with a firm rein aspect, the use, and even themeaning junk from bonafide art so I lock my wallet up before Zorros, that consisted of some joker in a black kimonssinglehandedly ,
is like freedom of the press it is bound by cer- when suddenly she would I i of the outward conditions leaving base keep just enough for a Mexican dinner (a hacking 10th Century Hokkaido >0
that it certain her tall the reins weakness of mine) beer and cab fare back. bits for two hours. The kicker was that the hero :. t
taln limitation It is necessary carry swing over of life, for good or 111 a
privileges, and certain responsibilities. The thing that I thus Interfering with my driv Psalm 32 In the Good Book All the clothing here is regrettably Inferior . the Samurl pigtail . and Elvis Presley sideburns
have been striving In my own mind to achieve is first, ing. The weight and force of says: "I will Instruct you and msterals and tailoring is superior, but the thread rota in I think that I like these people, and I am distressedany
a distinction between academic freedom and academic her tall seemed to her to be teach you the way you shouldgo. two week's time and lining fall out of suits In the same number of times by the overbearing arrogance ,r ,me

license. And secondly, a framework for the proper en. my pressure upon the near . Be not like a horse or a time I For some reason, theRyukysns can't develop a decent American in their communities. I stopped off in Attain
forcement of whatever restrictions are appropriate. rein or the off rein. Oulded by; mule, without understanding, thread so few Americans tate chances on their one night on the way back to base and swapped broken
"Obviously, unless each man is to be a law unto himself this pressure, therefore, she which must be curbed with clothes. I have bought almost a full wardrobe, but I got Japanese for pidgin English with an old "Pappa-sai' who\

there must be someone to say what the law Is relative would turn to the right or the bit and bridle ." my things through a REX concession on the base, and they (Continued on Pare 11)

to that mAn, and I have not been able to arrive at left u the pressure indicated.I I I

a broadly acceptable conclusion of that particular probe She supposed it was me; butit
lem. I am concerned, on the one hand, that we do nothing was her own tall.

to limit a proper exercise of academic freedom. On And this reminds me of r a -----..-. -
the other hand I am equally concerned that wt do nothing quotation from Lord Bslfour

to restrict the power of the people to express them. which I have In one of my
selves in all areu of government. And there Is no area not books: "Wt may make

excluded. our mind our accomplice,
The people have a right to restrict the governor rather than our guide. The
they do so. They have a right to restrict the courts I tall guiding the pony rather
think, historically, they do so. They have a right to restrict than the Intelligence at the
the Legislature, and they do so. Therefore, I don't other end deciding where we 1 1U 1l >
want to see us get ourselves into a situation when we were to got' Our better self responding
set one group aside and say; 'But you are a law unto to the pull, not of
yourselves! I don't think It Is enough to say; 'Well, wt our better judgment and kindness

art gentlemen and we are patriots and w. art Intellectuals but to our prejudices, our
and therefore, we do not need to be restrained at jealousies, our ill tempers.
all, because In an ordered society there must be restraintson The pressure of that t.-i tl
everyone, or else there Is no law, and If there Is no means wt art allowing the
law there Is nothing to protect academic freedom or any count. of our lift to be die.

other freedom. tated by our lower nature ,
"Now I think that the legislative bodies frequentlygo rather than by the btIIn us;;
oft on Improper tangent, but I don't want to create by 111 will rather than by goodwill

a climate or an order In which legislative bodies esn't in. by greed rat! er tban by -g,% -- .... t j"." tHI I2Ma I'RI'OliMANCr 'ORD .AtAI"
Veitlgat- the governor. Any governor ought to be subject generosity, < 600 liD 4 DOOR HARDT'"1
to Investigation. I think that Is a power that history and Faith In God dons have a
tthe constitution places In legislative bodies. If wt tt lot to do with oar stomach. Now look into the worlds
ourselves In a situation when we question that leglslatlvi So be careful what you eat many

right wt tear down the structure of freedom' Itself and how much) Your relltlon I

"It 1 not just enough, I think, to hold up academic ought to help keep you fit.
freedom a* the rnd-all and the be-all, and say nothing "'1"_ soul" will affect A.
must restrain It. Wt must, rather, turn our mind to creating out'ook on lift u much aa yl
the mechanics or a framework In which academic 'sick' headache. Wt could

freedom can be properly exercised without sacrificing the find It .ml.r to to txttent
restraint which a society which lives order the law a* wt with sharpness or freslve-\ ,

have hoped to do, most operate. new In on* of our friends. If

wi knew that ho wn 'ifferinifrom

an attack of Indention!

Justice Triumphant Modern farming; .
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tor of said corporation and all other officers, director. MODERN
agents or others now or hereafter active In the management .. of Total Performance for'65 THE TOTAL IaO::ANll

of said evaporation, and Duncan Q. Oroner, Individually FINANCINGwr
be and they are each hereby jointly and wv ,.JlI!::

ally, In their respective capacities, enjoined and restrained
from abandoning the weekly publication of the

Clay County Crescent, or willfully permitting a laps In .
the weekly publication thereof, until further Order of this
Court: and said persona and each of them, In their respective .

capacities, are hereby mandatorlly required and
enjoined to advise, and petition this Court, and serve a Production Credit pro. =t-----
ropy of such Petition together with a notice of hearing \ltloi a single ,''lI'Clall1l'dIOUI''f
of credit for all
thereon upon counsel of record for defendants, If and "
your fsrmhom and family .
when the above named corporation or persona, or any of needs . a ",lei,,"
them, desire t. be relieved from the obligations% of this In. source of financing, always t

junction. available, providedby
). That the Injunctive relief granted by the foregoing farmers for farmers
paragraph is In lieu of Immediate rentorrement of . loans low In cost tailored
the said "management aWmt'n.hlch this Court In to each Individual
need . and financial
should be withheld to
the excretes of Its discretion feels counseling 11are alta
long u there Is no default the monthly payment on of the aen'Irea THI t rA ra9MANr
said 151,000 loan; but this Court retains Jurisdiction overthe offered art by Production jitiAMt too sfOKTt court

subject matter of said counterclaim and the parties Credit. -best year yet to go Ford !
hereto for the put-pout of hearing further testimony upon
defendants' prayer for much other and further relief a. e

this Court may find equitable"...and just for the purpose\" alleged of tram new revenible Icy to a brand new quietest. ride ever. New wider tread!, new spa* fund- nmer, better buys than ever. A livlicr

tiring enforcement to Counterclaim the .an.pm.nAmm.o and established by the luxury trrkt, the oJ Fords art M new you just ctouuvrts, new Big Six engine unomhcr new Six -Z hotter V-l options.

In defendants' have ID tre" them (at )OWWIL New "cooT wild of Miutaat , Fallback peed" Cruise-O-Matic optional.New

evidence 4. That before Duncan this Court Q. Oroner, 'Individually and u sol* woclj *f tUfasu . 17 solid, quiet 2;+2 Joins the Hardtop and Convertible. New world .'eooaea,...!) Esteem with up

stockholder of the Crescent> Press be and ht la hereby Oil t"t deteite roast Forth, inc luJinl a new super luxury ...wtoroln, luxuries tundard. New Of'IkJI\Ilndude lo ISpa.er fuel) economy as a new u.el"'

enjoined and restrained from selling:, mortgaging, pledging m._...... .. ('..era.... the LTD X- and Door l Hardtop*. New body front disc: brakes. Six teams with optional S sptcd Guise 0
J or otherwise encumbering or disposing of the ato.k of M.,.......c-..... tfcIS Aa..a'. Mabpt .... name and tut| ni
said corporation, and/or the assets and property thereof' rt..wa....na

or any Interest therein, unUl further Order of this Court NertfM.*l rrWwttea Cr41 Best year yet tofpftnl!
DONE AND OIIDERED In Chambers at Oreen Cvv>> A......... HAOTO*
Borings. Clay County Florida, this nth day of September. t 7fst JJr1 't!1 13111ifcJf71Lf1It ro
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Open Weekdays To 9 P.M.PalatkaOrange .
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Frosem MINUTE MAID-6 OZ.CANSOrange FOOdS b.j F RAN K S lb.49c j

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39 OLEO 2lbs 45c
CutRlta125 Ft.Roll Seallat l GL
Wax Paper 2Sc Ice Milk 39c ( CHEESE 49
Hunts-Halm or Sliced' -2Vi Can PAl. 100%
Peaches 2 for 49c kMiyu3 for 89Evtrfrnh I , "' MAll I FROUNOS ibs $1.88
Campbell"Mwr PMch.Apple Cherry GIANT \
SOUPS 3 for 49c' Fresh Pies each 39c' BOX PILLSBURY BALLARD CANNED
Stok.ly'i-303 Can Hudson BISCUits 6 for 39c
Apple I Sauce 2 for 29c< Toilet Tissue 4 relts 38c 47C' ,
: Stoktlf-48 Os.Can All FU ron
I P'Apple Juice 29 JELL0MAXWELL 3 for 19 __ _
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49cFruit h111.rKt .
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( { Crescent!! THURSDAY.
root Clay! County SEPTEMBER 14.
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The first fall meeting of the CHURCH HOMECOMING
MET AT HOME OFt wrapping Christmas packageswere CHURCH PLANSHOMECOMING I 'MHC & WCTU will be held In the lecture PLANNED FOR OCT. 4 We wish to express our .?.
: Mrs. Mack Carley, of 8EPT. 17 room of the Penney Memorial preclatlon and many thank.,
The Green Cove I The Founders Church on next Tuesday Annual Homecoming Day for the wonderful help ,' .
Springs Circle, Mes- The Rev. C. S. Smith announces Farms *
Penney The Installation will be observed at the Middle- celved from J
t Garden Club met last Thurs- dames Hoyt Poster, Sidney that the O ado r a h i at 3 o'clock. our MlddJ 5t
of officers and directorswill burg Baptist Church on Sunday people during Hurrican
day evening at the horn of Batten and Joseph Cooper of Baptist Heights, Church will have, Keystone Homecoming lUporteri MRS HERBERT D. MTEBS, Pbone 529-f Ut be In charge of Mrs. E. R. Oct. 4. There were man t it ,,DM t
Mrs. Joseph Cooper with 26 the Hibiscus Circle. a Friends are Invited to come could not rf
of the Woman' have .
on Sunday, Sept 27. A letter from A. Selden Barrows N. Y.. that they have enjoyed Wilson, president held1.'/ ,fOf'
members present. I Ltwson's sister'sfarm Oulld. All members and and enjoy a day of worshipand If you had not been , J
at Mrs. 'i i 1.
The next combined circle Dinner will be served on the written from the homeof being w;
The program was Christmas church grounds at 1:00 o'clock his son In Rochester N. Y.. situated at the highest friends are Invited to be present fellowship. help us In anjthlnjf s :*TC I
meeting is scheduled for January Sunday School Is at 9:45 you to do.
Decorations. Those taking part Everyone Is Invited<< to attend. states that at the conclusionof level In the County of Schenectady .
j 21st next year and the morning service will I We also .
Adirondack appreciat
with I ii i II
In the demonstrations on the I their visit they will go to sat)
be at H:00 o'clock, followedby the Red Cross 1
off to the north, and .
GEORGE F. DAVIS BUYS Albany for a visit with his Mountains Mr. and Mrs John GStoughton c.l] Q.
dinner the grounds fense ,
on stood
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Catskllls to the south by dui",
sister and the "
REGISTERED ANGUS COWS Then home In time for of Burlington N. J. ou:
There will be guest speaker
the fall meeting of the MHC They made a trip to Wash- emergency
NEW AND George F. Davis, Green Cove I Assocatlon on Oct. 5. ington to see their son-in-law spent several days Stoughton's last week and special music by the choir.It You are a fine t"up 0: ,
of Mrs.
Springs, recently purchasedfive receive his MA degree from as guests Is hoped many will attend people.MR 1
registered Angus cows brother and wife the Rev. and the Homecoming Day and MRS
American University, and an- UNIER
I The Rev. and Mrs. A V.
Mrs Bennett Curtis.
USED GARSVanflESSBUICKPONTIACJitc. I from CAR: Ranch, Lloyd Lawson write from Dcanson.! other trip to attend the Amer. program Middleburg
Florida. Baptist Conventon at Atlantic -
-_ ._- - --_._- can
--- City On their return Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Cope-

trip to Penney Farms they land and Mr. and Mrs O L.

Green Core Springs Don Pool's will call on friends In central Montgomery of Eustls, spent FIRST FEDERAL

When A Better Deal fs Made Van Ness Will Make iii New York, also at their former the day last Friday with their
residence in Belleville, N. J. friends the Rev and Mrs
SELF-SERVICE COIN LAUNDRY D. L. Snyder. Over the week-

$ $ SAVE $ $ PalmetU A Houston, Green Cava The Rev. William Archibaldhad end the Snyders enjoyed s Savings & Loan Asso,,,,,'

visit from their daughter and Q of SHarke
Open 14 Hears Every Day as his guests last week,
her family Mr. and Mrs. T H.
the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel
FUlee-Bendta Machine Fovikes, Marie and Ann, of / 111 Temple Ave. 861-0500
Phone ....".. Direct DMU Bumpus of Wesley Manor and &
Doable toadst S5e ll-Lb. Single Leads Me Statesboro, Oa
: Mr and Mrs Paul Nelson from
las IS4-SOSS GC8 '
fluff Dm 1kEVERYBODY
Olds Hall In Daytona Beach. q' IkIj.S SERVING YOUR -
The Rev and Mrs. Raymond '
WELCOMEI I Mr. Nelson Is a retired YMCA 4'
R. Gregory returned from their

worker. extended summer trip last Saturday HOME LOAN NEEDSur: kLr.,.aria... ..L....hir.
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We will have some news .. .....
about their trip next week SAVINGS NEEDS: xr -
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I tk. beat N'.'* .. .... _...',
t The Rev R. S. Ouptlll will On fmtlrlnttri
el.le..4 .. 411. rtf/ 'Per...,a..m... ..
be the preacher at the Penney .. ... .. 4 '
J. .I. IO ...'......11'
t Memorial Church service Sunday -
. ,t.\ at It o'colck All accounts Insured sip to $110,000 by FSLIC
.'...." ,.. J 1' ', i &' ,,0 ,,t", .u.i:,\ _,-".... The Rev. B. R. Truscott will "SEK;I; FIRST FEDERAL FIKST"
'i < teach the lesson at the combined
adult Bible Classes at
( Buick .
11:45: o'clock

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B. P. O Does will holda ALL

Rummage Sale on Saturday

Patio.September 26 on the V. I. A. TRAVELERS POLICY HOLDERSAny

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policy holders who have claims outstanding for

CHRISTIAN wind storm damage that nave been written with the
r Cor. E. Houston St. A office
o, immediately.
\ ,, A'a' GREEN N. Magnolia COSPRINGS Ave The compan,'; claim department advises that all
claims through this agency have been settled. IF YOU
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a' o 4. FLORIDA
Phone 114-2602
,,,,,,. September 17, 1861 214-3874

Services at U held a. Wundai m. J. SL4TER SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY

e ti.. A cordial Invitation Is extendedto
;af attend our services 22 N. Orange Ave Green Cove Springs
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We changed the Buick- a lot this yelir. And you may never be the same again yourself, I t II' \f) Olr fI" I h; II lal'!'

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We doubt you'll want to be the same. Not once you set eyes on our new Buicks. \ I ( rtttl Clift IIr

On the Buick Special and the Skylark.Thc LcSabre, Electra 225, Riviera. I

And on the sleek, modified fastback of the wild: ,,'ildcr,'Vildcnt in the picture. I

True, there's a new higl1-style t touch. But that's hardly all. Engineeringstill J I .

has the cmphasik It's a Buick tradition So are the extras .:
I .
Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better. I ,

And smoother drivclincs. tuned suspension to smooth ribcngc roads.

Now add lhiich's Super'nlrbine transmissions-and you have an idea 4Aii1i'

of what Buick owners have always liked about Buick.We think you'll !feel the same. : f NESS BlKE:2IAt '

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Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Flan

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JlVLTI.FltICQUENCY 300 lards through the water HIGHWAY HYPNOSIS SNAKE BITES | Last year, three person died Coral venom affects the ft;r-I I Ivous The coral snake U slender not subject: to error In writing?
TRANSISTORIZED and attract the fish directly I ot snake bile - al ritiU.n. Solar I system while that of a and grows to about 20 Inches, and speaking. Four sets of
FISH CALL to the source from then on Highway Hypnotist', warns Bites and deaths from coral this year itwre &\'t b-xn r.tur or moccasin breaks It is a beautiful reptile and names in alphabetical orderare
It is up to the skill of the William P. Powers director for snakes In Florida are compara-1 three deaths: one by a rattler I down red corpuacita A coralruue most attractive to children. being used. Every four
Now you can till the fish to the Allstate Motor Club. "lie Uvely rare but the State Board and its red
fisherman to get the fish to one by a moccasin enl: on" bYI bite victim must have Its none \Is black years the cycle 1s repeated and
your exact fishing spot with a bite. (The TR-Sonlc Fish Call could put a spell on you that of Health keeps a constant a cobra. The com u,,.ut w' tw_ uu hoj or death is and yellow bands touch, being names reused unless major,
new patented and tested electronic could cost life.** supply of antlvenom serum u black bands. It
does not give a fisherman unfair you your a suicide In Dude County, almost ertaln. I separated by disastrous hurricane occurs.
transistorized Fish Call advantage of a fish anymore "He usually makes an appearance do 20 hospital poison control All together last year the' The board gets its strum dl- lurks In cool spots, usually under Then that name, such as Don.
Ichthyologists have known than a duck call gives a when you are driving centers: In 19 cities over the were 241 bites reported: 51 by recUy: fro ma firm In Braiil, ; trash stones or planks na in I960, is retired for 10
for some time that fish respond poor shot any advantage.) on a long straight monotonous state. rattler, 38 by moccasin I by the only place In the world Rarely, a freak coral may be years
to ionic oscillations stretch of highway, like a su Thus," said Dr. Wilson T copperhead SJ by pygmy rattler here it 1s manufactured. another color The 31 names which will
(sound) between 50 and 300 The doal allows selection of perhlghway, where your travel Sowder, state health officer, 5 by coral and 91 mere unidentified I board all the The false coral his a red Identify any 1984 hurricanes
"The cannot;
cycles: and to light waves. Both five different variants of sound is swift comfortably and un- "venom can be obtained by There were 211 bites ,| be dispensed nose and black bands come are: Abby, Brenda, Cleo, Dora,
have been combined In this waves. In addition to the sound hindered. Powers points out. fast car within 30 minutes for reported In U<:3 | serum," ;Dr.it must So,,drr ssld "Thi between Its red ant yellow' Ethel Florence Gladys, Hilda,
compact unit. selection, the unit is also capable "At the same time you have 90 per cent of the state's popu- free bands. One type of king snake III b e 11, Janet, Katy, Lila,
of producing light waves been lulled Into Inattention, lation. A bite victim can get The coral snake Is the most serum Is not ll:ns-xi. fo- resembles the false coral Molly. Nlta, alette, Paula,
The sound waves, though for maximum deadly In Florida although | In this country but "' e fed I "'esbouki
attraction of all moat quickly by
drowsiness and a state of information Roxle. Stella. Trudy, Vesta,
only moderately audible to the be-I I llvrs if wa can A 1---
species of fish. Retail there Ia least Ukllhoxi of s vr
prlt'ttlUS. dulled reflexes and your eyelids contacting his county health End If need be, Winny.
human ear, travel some 200- usually become heavy or department' unless he already I Ins bitten by one This Is because perron bltttn by a coral snake I' HOW IIIRR1CANES
the snake is stow to "111 almost surely die unless ARE NAME: )
i you experience blurred ylslon knows the location of a nearby
arouse and because It bites serum ls admlnts.e" in tine, Compared to the costs of
control center"No
At this point In your travels poison I Why are hurrlcan-s turned
than strikes Thus, it i The senun w. here Is effective -
rather tlikets to other forms of
coral snake bite deaths
The Casualty Count stop your car and rest, you ve after our sisters, wives, and
by]trry Urcui just been Introduced to the have been reported' In Florida must get its teeth around an I and ""e feel that fvt'rYI,,I the fishing license Is\ a
frlt'nds'I '
since net One bite has been object such as a fln fr, It cannot effort should' be used to let It girl ood buy. Florida residents can
Highway Hypnotist"
but I get Its lath into a flat to a victim as quickly as possi The reason 1s that girls'names ".t\ rear round state-wide for
reported so far this year I
But when you do stop ble" are short quick, and
c stop at an established service five were reported last year surface. I 13,00. 1-1
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area or at one of the wide pull- -

I C I Ie off you shoulder rest can get of area the well locations road.off the If where you're right flow! the beautiful shapes for '65

I driving on a superhighwaywhere
there 1s no established
rest area, get off at the next
exit and stop to rest. P'
Unlike the "Headless Horse- t

man", the "Highway Hypno
tist" 1s on the road every day
and night attempting to lure
you Into a deadly smashup.But I
he can be fooled! !
The Allstate Motor Club .f.
fers these proven ways to break A
his spell and stay alert:
Start all tripe well rested
Fatigue deteloratee your entire -
driving ability.
Change your speed body
position an diight objects fre-
quently. Otherwise your reflex '6S l7urvltt fmp/W Sport SeIori .
es and Judgment can be dulled
the of road sights
by and car monotony sounds 1f.D..aIa."nt It'i longer, lower, wtJer-wttli comfort thgfll initrument panel! that' t courcrullon piece, la.

-Dont eat large meats before Lifo many to espenslre car wondering "hy U fact Juit about trcrvihlnf'i new right down toWfmmgMlft

3 M aiGw or during a long trip, IfiFi uiJa't think of them first. More shoulder room, the road ADd even that'U iccnt newer became

"irt RIMCUlOUt nil THINOI MOM.I Will 1 rather stop frequenUy and eat MHtj wmttmw WtJ more leg room on front. Currcd side *ladows, u tie lct-imootlt! tide .li IWO DO TO SIT THBK NAMIf M TMI fAMI." small amounts
long distances at
Tie TraWtrt hMf ttnkt Driving
night should be avoided because -

the danger of hypnosis ..
Careless walking killed 7,900 and lured| 256,000
1s much greater Darkness relaxes .
In 1963. some driven too much ar ,
Also keep Instrument panel '
lights low to reduce bypnotkglare. '.

Cotney Tire ServiceCor. idkwasal9glsY "1 It"1 a Cuarraa.
-Wear loose fitting clothes
and keep fresh air circulating "-
Park ft King Jacksonville In the ear
Play the radio, but avoid .
Pb.n.l HV: I-JOZ7 .r EV .....1 -
slow muale. Sing out loud or

TIRE whistle-Dont along.follow the same ear -w9-

too long If you find yourself
RE-CAPPING staring or If your eyes begin to
RETREADING glue, pull off the pavement It '6t c .wile 3 wta'iiSuer Sprt Gape
a rest area and walk around
REPAIRING outside.Try IfL-.n..n BenaD w& mad, a".zz, .A.medca'e mat VI poxes aLu'D DUb Too tLIak n Stole tau o,

Prat tll. smallest U the LARGEST! to avoW sun glare WolD. ....w; popWr Mw.iU4 w-plas Some S9"r nrpdm, Or.fl.'.rtiirLki&WI tW All tdd flr9 rohlag

Batteries Prolonged exposure to glare Is VI IJb& McUfitflx>ldVrIiMf.Uk ibt k7wi7 tiMTiulaIUfroMiqluanrtUoaUaioratUcboT : 'P1c'st to.VI tL1I rom16
Autolite lj4
DistrlbutorMiller Tin factor In eyestrain
a major ft. ,, +lest IJki on300tattigtroef.It .
which: In turn causes fsUgue.

and InOnANOK
Sportsmen! who lose their I
.: PAHK hunting or fishing licenses may

obtain a duplicate for twenty ",
Sinclair Station (toad Sen'ice
five rent from the offU of

ItS U. S. Highway IT riMne SII-IUI the county Judge who Issued ,.
the original license, ,.

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(!OKati County! Crescent! _. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24. ,96,
OCS GARDEN CLUB various ways of decorating and GADORAII BAPTIST The first fall meeting of the I CHCRCH HOMECOMING THANKSWe
MET AT HOME OF i wrapping Christmas. packageswere I HC & WCTU will be held In the lec- PLANNED FOR OCT 4 wish to express ou "
MRS. JOSEPH COOPER I : Mrs. Mack Carley of ture room of the Penney Memorial preclatlon and man ,hin?,
i Church on next Tues- Annual Homecoming: Day for the wonderful ,
help .
The Green Cove Springs The Founders Circle, Mesdames Farms will be observed at the Middle- celved from e f!
day at 3 o'clock. The Installation our MldC1tburg
Garden Club met last Thurs- Hoyt Foster, Sidney of office: and directors I burg Baptist Church on Sun- people during Humcam, Dora
day evening at the home! of Batten and Joseph Cooper of I D. MYERS Pbone 529-Ml will be In charge of Mrs. E. R. day, Oct. 4.FrIends There were man ''I,

Mrs Joseph Cooper with 26 the. Hibiscus Circle. Bar- N. Y., that they have enjoyed Wilson, president of the Wom are Invited to come could not have held far"I
members present. I home being at Mrs. Lawson's sister's an's Guild. All members and and enjoy a day of worshipand If you had not been 'J, a(
The next combined circle Invited to be pr sent. fellowship. help us In anjthma ,
The situated at the highest friends are
program was Christmas : N. Y, farm Cl zee
I Decorations. Those I meeting Is scheduled for Jan- Florida.'M level In the County of Schenectady Sunday School Is at 9:45 you to do.
taking part
and the morning service will We also .
21st, next Adirondack appieciati '
uary year with the
i In the demonstrations. on the 1|I go his to Mountains off to the north, John O. be at 11:00: o'clock, followedby the Red Cross ,md I .: as De':.
Mr. and
dinner on the grounds. fense stood by dm
for and the Catskllls to the south. ou
time :
Stoughton of Burlington, N. J. !
Wash- There will be guest speakerand emergency/
made a trip to
MHC They
son-tn-Uw. spent several days last week, special music by the choir.It You are a fine
ington to see their nup 0:
i.. NEW AND receive his MA. degree from as guests of Mrs. Stoughton'sbrother is hoped many will at- people.
and wife, the Rev and tend the Homecoming D a yprogram. MB. and MRSMiddleburg
.. A. V. American University, and an- I Mrs Bennett Curtis :1.A.1ER
USED CARSVanflESSBUICKPONTIACJnc. '. other. trip to attend. the Amer. I
._ can Baptist Conventon at Atlantic -
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City. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Cope-
trip to Penney Farms they land and Mr and Mrs O L.
Green Cove Sprints Don Pool's will\ call on friends in central Montgomery of Eustis, spent pIRSTpEDERALSavings
When A Better Deal Is Made Van Ness Win Make Itt! New York, also at their former the day last Friday with their
residence In Belleville. N. J. friends the Rev. and Mrs.
SELF-SERVICE COIN LAUNDRY D. L. Snyder. Over the week-
$ $ SAVE $ $ Palmetto A Hoviton, Green Cove The Rev William Archibaldhad end the Snyders enjoyed a e & Loun Associ,n i
visit from their daughter and of Starke
Open XI Hows Every Day as his guests last week, e*
Mrs. T H.
her family, Mr. t
rtkIkBeii4lK Machine the Rev and Mrs Samuel Fowkes, Marie and Ann, of jyyMXA, *" N> Temple Ave. 9640500Pttm

Phone M4-F3IS Direct KMU ______________ Doable Leadst ISe 1Mb. Single Loads) tit Mr.Bumpus and Mrs.of Wesley Paul Nelson Manor from and Statesboro, Ga. '*\ '
Jai tM-WS Gel nuff Dm ie. Olds Hall In Daytona Beach. v SERVING YOUR -
The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond \:
EVERYBODY WELCOME Mr Nelson Is a retired YMCA tf n\\
returned from their
R. Gregory
worker. extended summer trip last Sat HOME LOAN NEEDS! "' ?*kl" ..'<::: 'I.u. r.r -
I*ntnrftm*, ..., natl.. ....
urday. We will have some news .r .th.f
about their trip next week. SAVINGS NEEDS I PnYtilat
... Lae "t..... .. ,..at.tt.. .".rillOir 'r
The Rev. R. 8. Ouptill will ..tlHM4 f
1IYse..a: .. 411. t.r'..,n....:m..
be the preacher at the Penney 1.., Mvln.*. 4*y/i/ .!...I-aaa..llr..
,,,, Memorial Church service Sunday -
.j at II o'colck. All accounts Insured ay to $$11,011 by FSLIC

" ( I, "., The Rev. B. R. Truscott will "SEE: ; FIRST FEDERAL FIRST"
. ,'.' !.. "" '\ ,;11611 teach the lesson at the combined -
A adult Bible Classes at
Buick" ; 9:45 o'clock.

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y B. P. O. Does will holda ALL

''IIf.' ," Rummage Sale on Saturday,
Patio.September 28 on the V I. A TRAVELERS POLICY HOLDERSAny

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nwaypg policy holders who have claims outstanding for
wind storm damage that have been written with the
r Cor. E. Houston SC A office immediately.
N Magnolia Aye
The company' claim department advises that aU
GREEN COSPRISGS claims: through this agency have been settled IF YOU
REALITY Phone I84-J60.
.,- etiiFT September 17, 1961 2S4-SS74

: .' Services at II held a. 8unda m. I J. SLUED SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY

A cordial invitation Is extendedto
:: nn attend our services 51 N, Orange Ave Green Cove SprlnnH



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We changed the Buick a lot this year, And you may never be the same again yourself, 1', .0)I olr HllIltlr 0" }I lIl'lo) !'

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doubt }'ou'JIunt to be the same. Not once you set eyes on our new Buicks. \ free? Cort'

On the Buick Special and the Skylark/The LcSabre, Electro 225, Riviera.

And on the sleek, modified fast back of the wild: wilderWildcat in the picture. I

True, there's a new high-style\ touch. But that's hardly all. Engineeringstill

has the emphasis. It's a Buick tradition. So arc the extras '

Buick spends a little extra on. Like finned brake drums that do a little better. I P: '

And smoother drivclincs. A tuned suspension to smooth ribcage roads.

Now add Ihiicjvjj SupcrTurbinc transmissions-and you have an idea

of what Buick owners have always liked about Buick.We think you'll feel the same. :' W'1' 1'f' SS.19111CIC DOPft4AC.'



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430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla.

Ave. Green Cave Springs Fla. mn, M-tttt ,,BONE M4J1P&OII'OO
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i 300 yards through the water HICHWAT HYPNOSIS SNAKE BITES Last year, three persons died Coral venom affects the n'r-I The coral snake U slender not subject to error In writing
TRANSISTORIZED I and attract the fish directly f ot snake bile al r..iU.rs So I row sjsteut\ while that of a and grows to about 20 Inches. and speaking Four sets of
FISH CALL to the source. From then on 'Highway Hypnotist', warns Bites and deaths from coral tar this year. th.re bD.. n r.tur or moouuUn breaks It .U a beautiful reptile and names In alphabetical order
It is up to the skill of the William P Powers, director: for snakes In Florida are comparatively three deaths: ore by a rattler I down red corpusclrs A coral most attractive to chlldr-n. are being used. Every four
Now you can call the fish to the Allstate. Motor Club. "H Board
fisherman to cd the fish to rare but the State one by a moccasin *nl: o.\e bya sna.e bite victim: must have Its none Is black and its red yean" the cycle Is repeated and
your exact fishing spot with a bite. (The TR-SonJo Fish Call could put a spell on you that of Health keeps a constant cobra. The court Uuui Wok I h.O_ u ...i ho-r or death is and yellow bands touch, being names reused unless a major,
new patented and tested electronic does rwt give a fisherman un could cost you your ttfe" supply of antlrenom serum as a suicide In Dado County. almost Certain. I separated by black bands. It disastrous hurricane occurs

transistorized Fish Can. fair advantage of a fish anymore "He usually makes an appearance do 20 hospital poison control All together last year thrwere : The board gets Its serum dl- lurks In cool spots, usually un- Then that name, such as Don'
Ichthyologists have knownfor than a duck call gives a when you are driving centers In It cities over the 341 bites reported: 51 b! rector: fro ma firm In Brazil ; der trash, stones or planks na in 1$60 is retired for 10
some time that fish respond poor shot any advantage) I on a long straight monotonous stateThus. rattler SI by moccasin. 1 by the only place In the world Rarely a freak coral may be years" .
to ionic oscillations stretch of highway like a superhlgbway said Dr. Wilson T
another color.
copperhead, S) by pygmy rattier where It is manufactured.The I The 21 names which will
The doal
(sound) between 50 and 300 allows selection of where your travel Sowder state health officer I The false coral his a red
S by coral and II were unIdentified Identify 1884
any hurricane
cycles, and to light waves Both five different variants of sound 1s swift comfortable and un "venom can be obtained by board cannot all the nose and black bands come
There were 277 bites<< an: Abby Brenda, Cleo Dora.
have been combined In this waves In addition to the sound hindered" Powers points out. fast car within 30 minutes forM serum; it must bt dispensedfree between Its red anl yellow
selection the unit Is reported In 1961 : Dr Bonder said Th Ethel Florence Gladys, Hilda
compact unit. also capable cent of the state's ;
"At the same time you have per popu- bands One type of king snakeresembles Isabel I,
of producing light waves The coral snake Is the most serum Is 1 not H'ens-d fo- sale Janet Katy, Ula.
lation. A bite victim can get
been Into Inattention the false cortl
The sound waves, though Nlta
Molly Odette
for maximum but ,' fed J we Paula,
Florida this
attraction of al Information most quickly by deadly In although In country e
drowsiness and state ot I
only moderately audible to a finale.
the Stella
species of fish Retail price his county health there U least lifeline.K! of being should sire lives If w> can A Trudy. Vesta
dulled reflexes and contacting
human ear, travel some 200- your eye ind If need be,
f12.85. lids usually become heavy or department unless he already bitten by one Thh Is person bitten by a coral snake plow IURR1CANF9!
you experience blurred ylsion. knows the location of a nearby cause the sntke is s'ow bl.-I "til .''n1 At this in travels poison control center" arouse and because It bites serum Is dmlni 'ere>' In tltie Compared to the
point your hurrlcan named costs of
rather than strikes, Thus, U : The serum we hove is rrff'th' (!* Why are
Count and No coral snake bite deaths tickets
to other
Casualty M stop your car rest 1Ou'vejUit forms of recreation
i7 after sisters wives, and
jmy our
arcusnri feel that
Its teeth around and every
been Introduced to the have been reported In Florida must get an I e the fishing license Is a
Highway Hypnotist." since Wl One bite. has been object such aa a Inter, It cannot effort should I be used to get It girl friends ood buy. Florida resident can
get its teeth Into a flat to a victim as quickly is poser The reason la that girls'names .
But when you do stop reported so far this year but : *! rear round state-wide for
." are short, quick and
lDN stop at an established service five were reported last year. surface blt' ,I, 1)00. try
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t area or at one of the wide pull
o i.
off rest area locations where

you can get well off the right fiv! the bcmiliful for '65
shoulder of the road. If you're shapes

driving on a superhighway
where there is no establish
C rest area get oft at the next
exit and stop to rest

Unlike the Headless Itone-
man". the "Highway Hypno
tist" 1s on the road every day
= and night attempting to lure

% o 1c you Into a deadly smashup
But he can be fooled I
The Allstate. Motor Club .f.
fen these proven ways to break
his spell and stay alert: I
Start aU trips well rested
Fatigue detelorates your entire -
driving ability
Change your speed, body
position an dslght objects frequently
\iPI :;' Otherwise your reflex VJ CftnnJrt Impel Sfcrt$sdun'Iliee.It's
es and judgment can be dulled

by the monotony of road sights
} --. and car sounds longer, lover\ Uer-wItli comforts that) Lutrumeat pond! ,h.,', I conversation piece la

Don't eat large meal before 1 many an expensive car wondering *lj (it fact Just about iTerviulni new light down to
}4.In anr+tu or during a long trip, It1tt t'U.-1II tuJn't! thInk of them first More ihoulJcr room, the rosJ. And even tLatll teem newer became
iiDKutoui This THINOI noni wilt rather stop frequently and eat n.'.., moil leg ronm op In>Q&. Curred alas windows ia the Jet'cnoolli! tlJo li uuooUtcr than ever
DO TO OIT TMIIR MAMIf M THI fAM," small amounU
71. rnn.te, kte 1.rlk. Driving long distances at
night should be avoided because -

killed and 256,000in the danger of hypnosisIs
Conies wotklng 7,900 Injured a t.
much greater Darkness re- .
1963. lazes some driven too much I , ,. '.t
Alito keep Instrument pane I '
lights low to reduce hypnott! .l ,

Cotney Tire Service glare
-Wear loose fitting clothes
and keep fresh air circulating
Cot nark A King Jacksonville In the car, '-

heiMi$ fcV: I-JDZ7 ..r'IV t'U'1TIRE -Play the radio, but avoid rims III
slow music, flint out loud or
whistle alongDont ,
follow the same car -
too long If you find yourself ,
staring or If your eyes begin to
fflase, pull oft the pavement at '61 a-lZt Mekong s,1ft Sp t Writ -a.
a rest area and walk around

REPAIRING ouUldeTry f h&lWttf* nert aD that mate awB Amaka'i moet Tl powa tLu' l maw too tWak to .toa 96 u of
mm the smallest le the LARGEST to avoid sun glare / **;*>*,** / Mimlar! MvitiiJ eu-JalIIIIGIDt sets tarrdI. C tffIIt''1'-1rLkla we at.. All 01.1, Ir.'Dlfoe.

Distributor Miller Tires Autol te flatteries a Prolonged major factor exposure In to eyestrain glare Is ] kit'.... VI lJke those du.ur,LoLl<< 1 Use9.Ilke the 11Ik, coat uitTsJallitrontiialctaiUtoiYllUtcoaci' .

which In tarn causes fstlgue J., /1/'., Uf.lJ au acw d1.J slim. over aLl tlroppleet toads. Ilb on SW LOCMI itroof.

a .dlnORAXOK

PARK Sportsmen who lose their J
hunting or fishing n1N may I''
obtain a duplicate for twenty -:,'"
Sinclair Station (toad Sen.i'fIts I>
five rents from the office of

U. .. Highway 17 Faene J44.t4Jl the county judge who Issued
the original license


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Alcohol and gasoline dons Hunters
check your ,,
New OP BarbcqueRoUnd'i 14 Biology; Mr. R. Mimi mix neither do alcohol and I Hunting with a shotgun gun .
. Oeneral Science, Biology; Mr. gunpowder. Intoxicated persons cap
ble of holding
[ NEW AND DIFFERENT I A. Wilson Rm. 23 Driven are not allowed to huntIn more than three
r Education; Mr. A. Waters Rm. any national forest or wild shells U contrary to the rPffU.Utlons .
8 American history; Mr. R. life management area in Flor of the Game and Fresh
F r Rupp Rm. 4 PAD, World ida. Water Fish Commission,
History, Geography; Mrs. M. -
Ferguson Rm. 10 Trigonometry -

College Algebra;

,i I .c Plane Geometry.Also JTA FACTIIt'

Miss J. King Rm. 3 -
a presidential election for both the
year Unlltd
Plane Geometry, Algebra I, II; and
Mexico. Mexico's( voters will be electing a new Congress
Mr L. Wesley Physical Education 0110.11
as a new President In on atmotphero of political calm and .
; Mr C. Lofton Physical progren. '
aI Education; Mrs. N. Payne :
I Physical Education; Mrs. S. 1 M S

-7 + Rooker Physical Education; .T
I v. '
Mr R. McLead Rm 11 1 :(-.
Spanish I, II, 7th and 8th; I.cttd On Iht fret Sunday .
-- - - In .
July the t.! .icon
Rm. 20 In-
Mrs. D. Lovett i
%Protldtnl takes f:., oath
vertebrate Zoology, Physiology ,of office en Dtctmbet
Art I, II, 7th and 8th; Mrs. H. ,,1 ht. liebel.d.dbypop.
King Senior Band; Mr O. ular vote, serves cne tit.
Stevens Rm. 19 Beginners year term, con r..nr bttltcttd
opened re-
BarBRettaurant )
Red BarD ( the Prosl-..
Band, Jr. Band, Chorus; Mr. again.
c-ntlr In Orange Park on highway 17 directly acrou from deny I Is the candidate of
the Orange Park Kennel Club. Mr. Roand, who manages P. Wooten Shop I, II. DraftIng the majority Party of' Revolutionary
also I, n, Science 7; Mrs. M. Institution PHI ,
Ohio outlet It also ont of the owners. The corporation ( )
bAn < opiates a t'mllar eating piece at Jacksonville under the Green Rm. 28 Algebra I, Gustavo Dial Ordas Secretary
of all kinds, 8th Math 7th and 8th; Mrs. of the Interior In the "t.
) cane name. The restaurant features barbecue
but the menu mho Includes other kinds of me.... Other x. Hawkins Rm. 6 Math 8th, present administration. f
popular a choice I li the 52-
Basic Math, General Math.
wrr'eet take-out orders, special
the restaurant Include year-old M,. Dial Ordas +
barbequlnf for parties and catering Also H. Mulder Rm. 31 Shop most of the opposition '-
English 8th; Mr. R. Kelly Rm. parties have endorsed his +
18 Science 8th; Mr. F. candidacy Only the conservative (

.. 1_ \Jf .-.--- .......... Orange Park P.F.A Fountain Rm. 28 History Party (PAN National) I Is running Action a
entirely! new body design Is offeredon V-8 engine The fast flowing: roof line I.! 8th; Mrs. E. Liner Rm. 20 candidate, 44-year-old Dr.

I all 1965 Pontiac Catalina, Star Chief, also a feature of the Bonneville sports : Reading, English 7th; Mr. L. Consoles Torres, against
The P. P. A of the 0' el! Rm. 21 Typing, I, II,
'ante -
Bonneville and Grand Prix model, An ex- coupe. Brown Rm. 29 Math 7th; him. The ether parties are iii i
citing option for 1965 U the 2 Plus 2 Introduced for the first time with the Park Senior HUh 8hool honored I General Business; M r sr C.i i Mr H. Manning Rm. 27 running, competing aloha ef
shown above In Pontiac's Catalina sports 1065 models Is the four-door Le Mans teachers at a reception Holmes Rm 2 Latin I, II, candidates In the congressional
'ast Thursday erenlnf In conjunction English IV; Mr P. Estei Rm. Science 7th; Mrs. R. Holt Rm. and gubematoria
coupe. The option U also available in the sedan below. The Le Mans[ along with the t
I Catalina convertible The 2 Plus 2 offers complete Tempest line, has been restyled. with the opening I 11 English' I; Mr. W. Jones 24 English 7th; Mr. C. Hill races, however. w Mexican first
meeting of the P. P. A. Rm. 12 English II; Miss 8. women
such exclusive features at turn paint including vertically mounted headlights Rm. 25 Geography 7th; voted In 1955 and
stripes running the length of the car front Increased length and all new colon: Thereare The teachers honored( wre: QuacklnboM Rm. 7 English Miss M. Russell Rm. 31 Itcttd the Seat four
I fender lower accents and all new 2 Plui 2 now twelve models in the Tempest,! Prlnlcpals, Mr. C. P Holmes! in, French I, II; Mr. R. Miles Spanish 7 and I, English III, .f their itx ever to
identification. Under the hood U Pontiac's Tempest Custom and Le Man series plus Dun-an ; Rm. 0 Civics; Mrs. Oear Hall servo In Ctngreii.
Study Mr. W. Mathews
famed high performance 421 cubic! _inch the sporty (GTO. l hart Rm. 16 Home EC. I, ; This yeer, the PHI,
Bookkeeplnt! Mrs.. J Hmoi tt; Mr. W. Rtsbury Rm. 15 - Guidance Counselor; Mrs. alone I li running two
1m. I Tyl-n. A.orth\ni Chemistry, Physics, Physical W. Phillips and Mrs R. Sees- "*.rn.n candidate
for tht Senate and
'. II, Bus. Entllsh: Miss How- Science; Miss M. Cotney Rm dorf Secretaries
I tight for the Howie of I

Deputies Z

Today Is '65 Pontiac Day. "

1965: The year of the Quick Wide-Tracks f ,Spark Rre says Strifes: ;

Your Home.

S" .

;- CIT OUT of the house the minute yon discover It or smell
smoke I IAlWATl

,al L be ready to use different escape routes from any
room In your house I InI
doors Mon opening. If doors are hot, block them
with furniture or wet mattresses to keep out smoke sod
fi gases. Get out anotber way!
Nivu jump from upper-story window except u a lilt
'.ort! Walt for firemen

HOLD your breath If you have to make a dash through
smoke and Darnel!

MM.IMI". the air Is usually better near the floor In a
(.l MARS smoke-filled room!
f CAU the fin department at once! They know how to fight
1 fire. Don't waste your time or your lift trying to firMa
fin, unless It'l 10 .mall JOU'" sure you can control It
with the right extinguisher.
DON'T ever go back to a burning building for any reason'
What do wi mun'by"quick"?Just t this: A niw-ill-om PontUo Pontiac offering a new Turbo Hydra-Miilo deadly Smoke and fire,gases from even the smallest lire fin be

P -the silkiest, swlftitt-ihlftlng automatic trtnsmlulon yon ever touched a too to; otgor now Trophy Y-0 oaf medial treatment at inN, If yeVr bored

power; now tttoring ijllltf; I surer-footed Wldo-Trtck rldo.And I now Pontiac Tempest thit's become even or bums exposed or smoke to lice Uhilatlon and smoke tan!have Seemingly fatal results.WOT minor.

moro of a Pontiac with now style! now length and Pontlio-qulck reflexes to match. You new know Mrs 1

could bo to beautiful, and so keenly alert to your touch. This Is your year to drift a WWi-Tnck-qulckl! Jf
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65 Pontiac Pontiac How do>*'lh* success car outdo Itself for 1968 Beautifully, |lust bMun'fuKy. But this Pontiac hs no CLAT COtTrtT OTER II TKARS
|Intention of gtning |by on j looks alone though It could. So t em's new Quiet,,", Pontiac style Anew -' -
I nimbler***. New fuel tavings A smooth easy new nde. Drive I '(5 Pontiac end see how on 24 West Walnut Street tread Cove Spring/

success toads to anothex.Tempeefs Phone 2S4-3122:
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'65 Pontiac : even more of a Ponbec !now and whet mot* couU I cat U than tfntl The '6S Tempssit : INMAWEMIE
.' Tempest' ktoU... I Pontiac .. you carts... .Ride kke Porad.e Oft Wtde.Treda. Goea ... a f'onuc: too: .
t" 140-hp tit i is ateAdeni. Or you CM pre a quid V-a. up to Zee ho.Yogi wonde how we can beet the
price eo low OA so much car
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430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla.

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.it. r.a. or T"; UKJ.UCll THE POl'KTM JUDICIAL so. FOR TAX hEld: )
HBHKIiY (OIVKN CIltCt'lT. Pull CLAHTATK IM u. r a. lies Ill..II. ".S.
that lllandlac "..m.. '... Ik* \ l>'" ;Jr\.A ).u'lQltllA. that Id IltJUKUY GIVEN, NOTICE ID HEREBY: dlVKN

bold.r of th. lollosluig rer- GREEN H'VK' grHINOKNOTICK : flUAU 1>R>ARTMKNT holder' Ilandln. farina. Inc. tht that Ul>ndln. r rm.. Inc. tilt

Ifkau. hat riUd Mid ....lItt. If HSIIBHY UIVBN ...". i.U>ltllA. .. A..no>" of th. tirioat of hat the flUd following e.r- holder of lbs following eer.IItI..I. .
.'atrs for k Ua d.4 to b. THAT T. J. Al.tJKHXHN: I. in. Malt ef florid 11..1! ortlfl- .. hat tll... t.M crtlf
AIU CONDITIOMNO BEVERAGES I. ..ufd th...-*..". Tk. ortlfliat holuar of 'h lluwmn ctrtlfi.oa oattt.. .. for a tat trod to b. eat. for a tat ....<] t* bt
;l 'REAL ESTATE numbrm and years of Iwuanor, ,.* and ".. ilvd ...Id oerlttt- CI.AT CWN\Y n INilltUtl number" thrton The rvrtlflcat. 1..".<1 thron. The csrllflIaI.
'h. 4tfrl.tlon of ik. and var or '.....no., umhrrt and .. of
rprri) r. luua.no
cut a let loot to k* lnu4 Ruhdltlalon of Ih. Dial Ih. dMorlMInn ,
md the pan,.. In wh ch II see ...rooll. Th., .rufiuiu of Klurliln.lK or Ih property, tlon or the property,
num Ills
.u..H>4 . name which II we.os.e.sed and Ih
r is 'follow ber. and hiss 'In which II was
yMr >i( luu.no, d** letlIloners. are at follow.. .. ..
PAUL'SAJI <<", 'lItlca,. No. til .. .d Sr. 05 follow:
TWIN REALTY .rlutHin of im>oIl), and tho V. Certificate. No. III
T.a L's.tlt.tlen r of Ittuanc of Jun* 1., Lvta IMI I n..... In whxh' It sd. ..*i...*.l..lre ltllIA ltt't'TllbtltN' AM) Year of h....",.. .Cu,.. I. IMI Tar Ctrtlflcaal..r lssso'c Nn III
REFRIGERATION at feitsos. rU>HII>A IUILWAV lerrpl ,
I I Jlk ",. KrllowM Park. \ o.fn..W .r Lot l>"<'rlnllnn' of I'roprrty Lot
Ufil lltlda T. iVrlltUiit No II |irnilantOTIt I a* rer In : Ill rit I
\eth! Nam 7 ,
Bcrrrafei Illk
In whk' IM .
Itavmond rWhmlil.All anvuvd: Yes? of Iuu,.",, Ju|) t, IMNam 0 > 'W 0V HI i.I. MM til IS II> of Part of l."i I?. a.., Nam .In whIch Krllow.hlp' p.rk.
Open I A. SL to I A. In "h I I" It .*.n< *>l, NOTICE or HMINBNT IKIMUr'llOCfclMlilNtl I. O P Mr, uaadj:
SERVICEAir M. Realtor of sal property h.4n* In (deora Perl.inrlplkMi. II. O ".mll.,...".
N.m. In
Duval County Un. the hIorI4a.LnI.County. .f Clay slat..1 | of pruiierly: 1*>| 'IN THK NAME ANI lit TIlE KrnMI JnnraAll which, aaataaed: iliut All County of ..h, proprty bn! U

RENTALtr SALES ... such I. Uluck ,.. P II lUiulliaiiU. AITIIOIIITY OK TMK: tiTAn or salt property hln, .. ,In Klorlila.I'nl' or fl.,. VtaU of
C..dl...* *... Mfrt*.ratto. North of Orange Park .rUt..I. or e.r- .* rllfi, sic No. 17 OK KUUtltlA Ih. County of Clay Plate .
of .
ACREAGE ClUed'" shall b. r* oft LOTS ftr
..4 Hn.l.. tcrrW* Veer *f h." "",'0 July .. IM* 0I.L WHOM IT MAY (CON Klordla.fnlioa', ririeatt.
I S. Palm U. Str ct arrihrd rordln to In law the property d.- Nam' In nnun ...<'..><], Lv- CKUN am! '0 all |..r.on. annarilia ."..h ..rrliricat or car cfirdln *thai 1 law) h*.rd..m4 ac.
rsrtltleals Ih .
ResIdentIal Puvh or flallriH tltI...,.. ... 'I Drspejy d*
Ciuraua i-lalmlna ha, .n 11.
or lna
Commercial ..,Ufh U. will ... an) rdrmcl ... rrihd lit ui-h c.rllfrfJV
a ol.l the
home Phone 114-978 BOATS hlahiot hkld.r. th to | >. rlptli>n nr |I.irun..rly North' .1..... till. Ini.rvnt, *.|.I.Ini ,.. oordln to .law lha promriy d* ....lItln'.. will b. oM or
at court to the
Indutrlal 17 ft. or the KM boll. of IxilV" "rua* or othrr lien orlbnd In
hoi_ to or on su.-h crllfcat! or hliht hlildtr
Business Phone tH-9581 Serving Monday lour In th. on 11> first -\ or Nmth 17 ft, of .V I II th... rrrlaln |tarr.l. of l loutS .'rriiri... will' h* soIl I. ih. I haw. door at th. court
Greater Month .. on tr P
I CIa I flrt
CeintjNetarr r 'J.h; of Lot lylnv north lit III.HK ". h..r..r' d""IIt"d. sot Ii.dl hlahMt, Sillier at Ih. Monday
0.1 IM4.. 1084 whIch. la Ih* lib f Ur.." Cut belch.tortitiol. .. f..II..I".. "-......ono._ ',, ..'h.' _,... .....-.,_... ."nn.. ... .ft.... .. .... cotrtiIonIav .......... 1MI. whlrh:In tOss I Is Month of Ort
Publlo ald thlt. .-S... l. uolin.n; "".;;;'; rIsImini; I l In She Month of Oct., n... .... the Ith day of

TV APPLIANCE INLET MARINAMERCIRT ''II. ItS day of 0pt., Year of l..u n,.. July |. lOll b.. 11.h .r ".".r 50,55 lest. which' I I. I". tin day S l'ut.Ilhl.; SIb day of .. .
PHONE f-.11 S.... In ahi.. h ...._d: l>el- ,*.rolS sIlo sro d..d. .r ihoera tb't. lOll ..... "t ,

SERVICE Offke tl4-JSl IHXHKIK T. C4 RI.I LI'':. .*v and NHIforil, Davit. nut known lo b. d>a>l or l l'slol tills SIll d.y of 11.1.| "Wl
tb--rlpIl.c all I 001.
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pr"| rty OfXjROB U
\Vt Repair AU Brand OUTBOARDS Horn ..&.Sl51 Clerk('U of. (Circuit'011"''', Ciourtof rior'da I. /4 ef Lot \ 11I1I..k III. North' UKOIIUIA" IIO'.IIh1ItS AND ''***.11OIIJelltOre% rIseS of drtult r nMKLR Court !!,

Sept t e. 17 II Suburbs.C r'U'itiMA IIAII.WAV O>\II'NYoo i. ruti.tMi.K or Slav, County.
Srrrlclni Cia CountyFor Ovt. I. It.l Florid*
MERCRflSER SERVICE Orange Are. S. at Bay St. -.rllt.. .'. Nn II II. |I'. OMIIoltNK. lit CUrk or Clieuit Court flrnt I ,". 17 II Oct.: 1. Illl
Slitttn Tears Tear ot lMinn<'* July I. .CII. Ill LYNCH III'II..>IN.I of "I.IIlIn"! rio d..
BOATS OI'HDCt"SprlDp .' '..:11 'L ".TIt'IiI'' Name ,In whlrh t a>ai>u*<.: JACKMONVILI.K. KUHUI'.V. Pont U 17, II CVt. I. IMtI --
Orange Park Ph. !It.nesFULLERTON'S TRAILERS Thorn and Ji-nnl. Vt'aionr HUH Nit. I 1 UlfaL KOTICHISOTKR '

arrlptlon ,.r ""I'."'. Wharf -... 1I.l'TIIIN: ti.l0.1lL I,.:" U. fT"'N' 0SOTI'i
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP KOTICK OP APPI.lfl.TIO. of !I.>! i ltlo.lt II. tlr.Cov .." STATE" 1111.\1. 1.11 -: ; : or APPLICATION
L I. E B Pun TAIL DKKIIH Bprinat' f'I.AY lt'MTYl'P.311'IIIPTIION" or APPLICATION "I'M Tt l>k.KIIMo. :
H. LEGAL NOTICB ,O. "IM.1.. ..... riiru-aif, 1'1... II """ T" \ IIKMIH : lit,II, .. ..
,. IT Orange Park NOTICE III 1tllIIIIlty OIVKX Tsar of I.su.-c July I. IM* MKIKAMKMKNT' "NII.1 .. IM llr,*. NOTiCE .U IIKHKUY: OIVEX
S4 N. Orange Aye Phone S64-SIS that llln Grttn COT (pg.. 84-441 IN TUB!: CinClTT COfRT OF holder of th. following **r> limos W, Oill..srrlollos IlilAimihM MTVII hat IllanillnaFarm*. In*. I". huldr tf Ih. following. e.r,
CLAY CUI'NTY, ri..01\104 liflcal* II.. tl(.. *..Id! c rtlflral > nf property: A. That part ofi 1.0,1.r of th. ri.lluwlaa-.r. lifl"ala II.. flU.I ..1.| I .*rtlfl.
IN CHANOKRT *. (or a ton ....*d to bo I. Illork. U !loss purl to IIllf.. Th. rube of way of lnrila .tlflcalM. haa filet anlil crtm.HIM ..!.* for a tan ...4 to b.
I VIROIL 1. THIKUK. : I'lalntlff lud '''.retlll. Th. ,'.rllflc'*'. UUwlld' Park "' ''Iher. and ''InI... IIH- for a Sal d.... in h* 'scoot Ihtrton. lbs ..rtlflrat*
Antiques/ Vied FurnitureCAREY'S MILK DELIVERYCLASSIFIED 11mb.,. end voers ot ...".".... C.rliCi.s0. N.. It way In Merllnnt I'. II and losued 'h.,...". Th. ttrtiri. Ill clambers and 515C5 .f ..."*"...,
Jl'DITII K. :THVKI'K.| :! Drftndol Ih* dcrlpllon of Ih* property. Tu, i>r I onu.nrs July I, IMINam I I*. Townahlp I South, R.".. 1I"h.r. .lId ,..,. 0' Ie.usasu.s th. ....,rlDtlan or tile prni..rly.
". ""..... .,,41 ,". ".m.. I" ."I..h .Ii ...... .In hit. h .......41! Ar II Cast.loin. : d.wrlullnn. .., th. prouerlv'id and th. nam.. .In wkloh II sea
>OICOP aiir .......41 *r. ..- -follow; : --- \'m.. . .Ald.ld.- -... N..,......(.,., 5 f and "'llh. Ih. pam.t .U which U woe ......... are .. ,..11.. ....,.
w. D. Morris THE: 8TATK OP KUIKIOA-to: C.rtlfN-tt* No. Ill ItoucHplInl; of property Lot In II ,..l of Ih* .ur...r lies' of .......d ae .0 '''II......,, I'trllflralt' No.; Ill
FLORIDA TBAOERS Jl'DITH K THIKHK. T.tr of U*..n... .I.". I. IMI II. iHWItf. H'llCertlflral i.t* ltn4 I**. (i.rllnn till*. (C.rlirirai ,No-u.: .* loop *r li.uanp Jun. I. loll
IU.ld.-iwt Cnknnwii wrlptinn of ITop.rtr.: lola N... 17 loll shell. Muuth....'.rly. o, 1..r. 0' ".",,,, .I"". I' tOil l>**r>rli>tlon of l'ro...rlT Lot
Green Or* Springs fends' DUtribaUr TOU ARK IIKUKUY NOTI. I A I Illk. III., r.llow.hlp l'ark.. Tear *f l....*..'* July I ..IMtNam Carve III. t.. . lltitli and I, **lli>whl, Park.
IS E. P.Imer Slit. ) that s pull h... b..n '11.. Nam In whkh. ..*....4.: In whlih. t..*...41: Wll N..rllI.'er"| of ."ry., Mi.tlnn 0 5 I* Illk u Uk lllllr..i' Nam. 5 In shIeS .......dl
St. TL ttl-SUI All Milk soul".I you In tk. ahov. .". U. K. Wlh...rn.. II. Cnl.mn. MrPoiwrlpllan Il.i7li said *urv., lln* and tla, .11\ Edith Ii r lonhury
Antiques/ 8. Orange Annie Jersey titled cauat and too art kr.hy All ..of ...Id property" beIng. IN of prprly 1.51 llsns! kelna; d.n'flbe.1' and lur.led ...Nam. I In., which.. .......4; All .f tald. roprly b04og! In
rnulr4 Ih. ..ft" f I. : A. ( ..""... Ik. C sell? .r Cla >
to ..rv* upon Plaint. Clay dial .f 5l!> sef ll II, Hlark I* aa fatluwai All UI* .(
Tel ZI4.SI44 For Iffi .tlor"., she.. a.m. ant florid North lirtourh., at rm. In lilt lt. n. .. tIle ...."'h lbs .f ..... or .aid. properly hln. la Florida.I. .
Oraneo Park .4dr... .P...., hfr.n. your t'. *.. such. rartlflrat *r r.r. "N.. I. ..... III Han I*, Twphlp I Month. IV .S1"""" .' Clay' Slats .' 'nlt* tuck rtrtirical .r ,.r.
lirirau ball k ...eI.. All . .. | Plnrlfta.I'nl.aa. ?in< written d.f.n..s. If soy t* th* md .. of said nron rlr hln> IIh ,, | Ra.i, al a kolnl III I
BtonoJar Bead TeL SM-ltlT HOME DELIVERY bill .f complaint, In Paid) Suit.' rordlnato' law the property d.. City of tlrrn C.". Hprlni' rl WeSt 55 th* Mouth..I uh r.rllfK>al. a, rtrtlflrat.a n r4ln: I.! 'law the rnnwrly 4..
.i-rih.4 lit tirh ahall M r.<..."' *.. is. a.ei5 In InS .rliflat
too of whlrh I. ..11...,... to >'ov ttritrioat *r StorMs.t'llesi nor Ih.r.st. .aid, pulnt' kelna *nlk or
Jflcksouvillo h.r.wlth. on or "kfor* CKIohtr ..'lIflc-.... will b. nt| |. tk* .u<-h .wrtlflcul.t shill ar. wf a euro c.nr.... I. rrdln \* 1 law Ills prnnvriy 4 rtrilfiral.t will k. *.M l* Ik.
Blending A CellliM ... CALL I.e..u ., 114-IUI II, A.11. IMI Subset hMdr at the rourt I..K. ,...>*...... aivordln* I* law IM ....utkw..irly ha vlnt S a arrth.4 In I aurk r.rtlflnal. :r klik**| kl4dr It Ih. r.*r,
Hrln rail Sot or terse pro hoi*.. dour on tSp first th. prlprty ...*..rl.... In iurhi .*..". .f .COOlS fu I.....>'* rrtirkala hi."... w'lI'|| h. colt| I. |... h.i* 4or ." tk fIrst
TeL 771.1124 ""f.._ will b. .11'."*. against ..0".., In She Monrh *f lrt.. >*rtiriral*. oIl' h. soIl I* th. frw a lnant ....rI..* .f /borIS ..".... dnor hhld.r *t lbs court M,t"It-: th* Month *r Oct
WE TRADE IN roll for Ih r.llrf proved .In lbs IMI. which la th. tlh day .fl .....h... bIdder .1 Ih* StIr 11.11 II* II' *l' W.... run N.ttk.' MasSey In nn t"** flr.l I Is Ik* SIb 4y *i
ANTTHINaACCOUNTINO UPIIOL8TEKLNQ bill or rnmpltlnt T"R" NATI'RR Orl.. I.... door nn tt. tInt TuMilay aft.Ih ., ...I.rl.. ill SI f.*t alan* suit ISis Month of iti'| fN-l KlI .
or V.AL17K 0V MAIL HI-IT BKINU roll *'.. Ihlt Ilk day .f >.PU flr.l ..n"..., In tk. Monthnf sue,* tkrouih ana-It Or 15t.. ISIS.51.5 I. ISis Sits. Sep 04 Ita.I .. Iklt Ilk day .f Sops,

Dlvor<-... .II'S. (II IMI wh'rh .It the Ilk sf II* st II* .I..I.: nd sI l lrurv 'lslod ISle 5 elI.
MITNEMfl ffUallflKliltlR day wf OrtAhrr ......>. Ilk day *f 11',1. 'ball
BAXLEY'S my "band and th* Mil *: run North II I....
TRIM SHOP neal! or **lil Court at Or.." Cov I. ('4 R....LI:. ft KKN\ '....I.NltR 1C .*" Wool Hill* ,*.. laPoint e fa*.allfJlCnftO.| IIKIIKOI: 7.Cltrk 4ftr.a.L.
'"rl"... Plorlda. tkl Illk day Clerk of ConpieU 0' '.nt>mh. r, A D IMIIKdKilR .f Clay' County Kl..r 4aa .*fl ("..... Rprlnv PI"H4a' Isol| III ,....... rontlnu. North .. ,. rr ..,.t.p .f Clay C*.",,. rUrid
Aeto A Fwnlt ret ( .. CAIU.ISLK .Pt I*. 17. II 0. I. I. IMI .... II. It, IIHOTHN 1 il. If .." w... ||".|| foil !. .f*Clay*f County Circuit. Court *...! II, It, II U..l. I, Illl

REED ACCOUNTINGAND >bb>l rlnc14M ClkIrcult. : Court a .lnli Ih.nc run banS .. M II. It. II Orl. rior I. less 4.
II II II" Wl' III II foot Ullnu 5
W. IdlewlU ATO. Rr" VIVIAN II. HnilM. .... "all.. "hU, ....... ..._ IIBWAI. MtrTIIHNOTIIM 0
AND Ph. S4-15S$ |<.nntv Cl.rk I.ICHAL !HOTH MMOTKM Lne.Iinivn i *- ;,iii..i' II''iw;;.: _ Lt.aL IIIOTI.-----e- or APPLICATION

JKNNiNiiH a NORTONAllnrnrr lite feel l* Mid. MtalUa IMtlli ro. TA DRill:
SKRVICK: Green Con tprtmn Fieri** fnr lltlnllff ... APPLICATION OP. APrUCATIOI *.*<. ,rwnllnu I North II* II1If ftOTMM or APPLICATION .Me*. III II. ,. ..

4J* Walnut }Free J EstimatesVo : A del,*..: Pa B.. 171Or run TAI Ukicu : :. Ill trot I* Mini so. von T* 11551): NOTICU! ia iiKKKur. lIVEN
It. 43CS. ..n Cop t ..rI"... Plorldt ..... ""It. .. .. ron 11. Diii: ) *. >*4 hills ISi.i III, *. ||$ |II P.S Ikal UlandlaaParma, la*. Ik*
TeL m-4711 << i'ick-up and 1-17. II l-l. I ISHOP' I NOTICtC M IIKHBUV IIIVEN. Be.. Ill II P.*. lb.s.'s r..ll.es! N r Ik It* NOTlr- u Hkritciir HIVHN kM.r *f Ik. fellewlnar Mr*
Delivery that lilandl. rarma. I... I". NOTICR; : I* HRHCHT (IIIVKN if ir w..i. ittii ;*. i. tk* Ikal Hlan4ln' rrm*. In*, tat IltI..,.. bat flIed MM. *.rtifl.'
IVrsonalizwi Services handle Any and AU .1 Teut'pbobUry koldr *f ISO t.lIs.isc *.r. hot T. i. Ald.rma. lbs ...1..., Wo.l Dos' *f M'"riln II. T. ho4.r! *f th. f..llwt*( per. ..,.. f., a tat 4.... I. M
laAwountinsr tinot.t has fll4 I l-l rllfl.rt .f Ik* fsll.wlsi .rt"I.,.... kt. kin I a...th, Hani II .\i: llflcal.t kaa filed r.elifI.| --.. ik>'.... Tk. ..rtlfl...
Needft! .* I., a Ui : 4 is b* 'I'|.4 Mid. ...lIfl...,.. for a los a "'lal Illl ,.., North nf lbs estee fr a lao ::;\ u k ._,..., s.d noire ci ...11.*"
& Tax HAROLD BAXLCT I I.."... ....,..... Th. rrllflrttnumb.rt dMd I* b* la.*.4 tk.rMn. Tile "","..., ..,,,., lk.r..fi, )MUd lit.'.**. Tk. rllfUait. It. ...'".tI.. .MM pro.,;

IloturnsFer f out rears .f .iuan., ""ltI.... ........,. an4 >*.r. .! ; (".Ulalak11. | ..r.*. mer. *r ..."' 11.,. *a4 ...r. *f !*.....*, lid .11. oa.sso la ...,.. II ...
Owner Vobebtervr. II yn. at IC. d.scrlni1.n *f ISo properly, I......... |h. ....-.'.11.. .f Ik. I.MlAIJM1 lbs 4.':'rl.H.n >f Ik. pr.perl>,, a.*..*.. see a* ,.U.| .wi,
EDWIN BALLET aid Ik* run*, la hlrk ItMMd so. property .... Ike .....* In esd IS. ss.sa u kirk It wtt ('.ellf10al. N., ISO1..s
ar* a* tallow.l ; .ltl'" .U *... ...*.*.4 are a* run SIPS 'U..IINT: a-...4 ar. a* folUwti sO (i.e.... ..less I. Illl
Husine' Firms t SOB and Upholder 4 ,... -HOME: 4 C.rtlfl<..t. No. IM II follkwtin S 1011. A I 11114 IllIa ('.PlItl.eat Pl. l """'..11... *' **'.Mrl" lass
Individuals 2... .f !..._ Mar It, HI CartlfUti. *., III Co A psroes 55 .Isod .So he 7esp ., Ie.e.so. duos I JOSI II II KlnatUy.
C. A. HUMMKLCphoblcrer: fimor .- -,...,, : '..... Tar .'.1.._*np. Jn. I. IMIt NH I/I .f NullS .! ..*. l...."...." f .......r.";' Fill. N..* In wklak ........1|
Xotarr Public I ,.... ;.tpl? U 111k.' .... r.1 ...ltl" 1--,1...... of Pre.t. I. tie* II r. ***'>: :-- :Ik, "5 555 55 ($555 is los I. 1J It "U* Artula' T.mhl. *..
t! "'AJ. A. .... I'." .... *.**. Mail ,: < lIa If Pie. Ma ........ All. .f ald nranrly b.la. In
-- )I.", I. .1I1e. uo1i, I limltrly 4.*...1.... II t.t l. "..,. I. w50.. .so.s.s4 ,.. Cvaaiy *f Cy| ...,. *fI'nlaa

A'Afl Kn..r. .kick ........, Wl|. ..., AIr.I'l'I-* 01.554*
of said Yo .'I, ".!..; la Ham H Co.a*erM ...mew* a. the :... )la. .f : ..., ..'<*. I I. *..k ..rllfli<*l* *r tr<
Ik. C..nty *| Clay, >.tal. *f All .f asiC property kelM InIh. 54.5055 II, T.. .It *> I nexih. .11. .5'..." .f tla,. '1... .t I llftftl*. shell ... ,...*...4 ...
rln'..... Caty .f Clay, 51.1. *f r...*. II Cul. at a Mlal hlli tI., ... **'* :! \* '** '** '.."* .
rnl.M seek ,rcrlirtrcl .rtlflraua CO?> Ylsrtdu.Isles.. fiat "eulk .f Ik* NertkMil ...r.r f.l." tMk **rliri><.u M ..>. is'S osrSil.s5.. :
shall k. ,...*...*.. a-. seeS rrtiri..*.. 5 r *er. Os ,he,., *...4 r** Merin II 1 flrtu. shell ... r4.*m4 **,. Mrllfirtlt" wU& ... ..... I. lila
ADS Mr4ln: l* I Uw Ik* property 4*< tit....,.. shall .. r4Mm4 '<>. II' II W.... tIll I '..1III.\ <*rr :rdl*: \* .Uw lIe rMrlr d* M.kMl kM4, a| Ik..* sourS
.rrib.4 In twk ..rllfMal* *r MirdJii. t* I.. ib, property 4*. .* Nrtk II* M' Ik" ro..1: || r>. U *ni>|| .eelIfissle: .; 0.0'* dMr 05 SIc flrtl
,rvrtlfK-al. will k* sold I* tile art,.... In coil eerlfl.-atI f.et I. Ik* PoliO .f Heilnaiiif, .rtlfkolt will k. ...M I. Ik. MssdV la IM' Swish .f O*|.
"klakeet .....eI., at th. roses ..rtn...He. will M Mid I Ik.r ikenr run SoilS : II S ll ,,'.11..| kMdr ol Ih. t*. I...I. whi.k, 14 Ikt lih dty .,
hi>. deer .n 'lit ,.... ..*...., Mdd.. al Ik. *<.eHrlM WMI. 14 ,..11 Iboors Nnk II* ..i.iw* d.sr eut. |h* ft| f>rl., IMIlNil.4
...*..... In Ik. .....,,, *f ...... .*., lbs fire Me 4y 1C II' I Ii f-l ; .* w.n4Bf I* Ik* MK *f ... IkU lib- day of Sops.Os. .
I..... .11..... I* Ik*- ilk. -. ..-.. ofOrt -. I. lbs M.ntk 50*f '.... leSS wklrk'Va'iV ..Ik II* i-I If Mi. )1"loss .IC... wkl$.. I I. Ik. ilk dip "j I.... .
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04sti If 41 H.il
li the bIb uy .
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FOR SALE DOUSE: FOR RENTI I .... I..114.. IkU Ilk day *| .epL.IMtHOH ISIS hiss dty .f A4... .I it--I. .1 I* J6 Pelat *f M4ia.C : ...l.>*.... ISle Ilk) dr .f ".' fUrk OttoNOM!' ml f'le.al I. rASUsl.5.% S'nsrg

Gre,.'! Fuel. wltk TX2I addrd.Tho room furnished or ..!./ lR.aIe IMI. .. :*.lalal. III "..'. fMl, ..... .1.... a! l'5*'lt". rIs,14..
( .. CArtlJULK: fiioHnu: i. SarI It It 1s. I, Ills
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'wel tkat nUh.d. TIlECIIRISTIIIF nnnMOa' ) f. riltl.lal.ilC1 rJh O4fl1.IsI.U
coven IXile Outside Green Core Clerk .f (.'Ire." Court ( *f (In rises NT <...'.lo a*.lk.f. rt.rh o| r like the dew. .. Ih .f nar ( ....,. Pier'dt *It ..4 N.ileiy of H rmii, ItMII. KOTUM
Tho perfect eeo.amkal ,.* sires of ...... At.teels. 0 f Clay ('0...*i. PI .r ..t A'.i".tf IVwipear l-Ur 4
fod for eooklrif well Fer lnferauUe Noel I*. U. II mi. I, IMILOXIaL M I*. It. IILBMAL H Ikol a l era. liSt I*. If, II 0,1. I I. (Ml4prui' ..,.. N .P .PPI.ICATISS
ration ., k*.. filed.
Waist .........,. beoUnf ,..r eell Ferric Wright XI4-MII ] := .OTtCaT'IN ,In Ik. *M T.III.11t. ._ 5, Ik. :::--I LNSICL:' 55,5105 P.S 14 bell 1 510511 PS
"' r.lllb **r*. Ik* ...olrl.4IMrlty ... JlO'I'lrM.' '
heave, trying clothe 0", or 184-1111. Mto ,_... )lslSSl unl"' .
f lkM
", lOTUS > aa; .fIk istlis .9 r>la 4l4 Parm lee.
Foe Hoi p.wen yew THW CXM'WTT IttiWlil lki''* .f ik. aM4... r.. T. 515035. rio* t. 1." .; Ihe ....* :lie*

.Met trorka. SClfnCfmOnnOR CUfMT IN ANI ""ft CLAf ........ or APPUOTIOI .rib4.. lesS.**..Ik ,..,....|.k>.*..pnrp*** 54Ss45I Pt llfl.al.t ka* Md Ml4 ..fllf'.
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.it.. and Irrigates .U 1t.1 I Eo..,. ftIIKMMIT POP tel Itmtr.O I ...M. .I5 A* a rw ..).... SIloS *.4i* Is.. IktHfMalM ..... 'II.'.-*. TIe ceclIfloat.
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AGE BIGHT dltay!( County Crescent TH17E8DAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1M4

MARGARINE FROM periment Stations He estimates the seed. HUNTING PREDICTIONS I Pictures
CITRUS SEED that 10 million pounds: A Florida milling company, Additional Dora
By JACK HORAN of highly unsaturated citrus keeping one eye on the future I The outlook for a successful Squirrel: The mid-summer
oil could be squeezed out of has already producedsuch KM-65 hunting season is status is good, the fall popula.
Some morning you may tit normal season's crop of citrus an oil in limited amounts i good. tion will depend on the condition
down to breakfast and spread seed This company has been utilis According to A. D. Aldrich, of the acorn and other t.
margarine on your tout made This oil could be the basis ing grapefruit seed which It I director, Game and Fresh Water mast crops With suitable t
from Florida citrus teed oil for commercial margarine production obtained from citrus sectioning Commission, It is difficult hardwood areas the squirrel
and 'ou'U never know the difference as "well as cooking oil plants I. to make an accurate forecast can be expected to hold 1U

from ordinary vegetable According to the chemist, Kesternson believes that a I at this time u much wildlife own under moat conditions. I
oil margarine the oil would be extracted modern oil mill should be built I data remains to be gathered Dove: A slight overall nationwide I
(I' An industry which could from seeds that are containedin to take full advantage of avail and many unforeseen factors increase which Is reflected I
produce such a margarine la the pulp currently used in i able citrus seeds Such a mill may slip Into the game. With in the two bird increasein
possible In the near future for cattle feed But if the seeds could be operated profitably favorable weather and suitable the dally bag limit.
Florida, says J. W Kesterson, were separated from the pulp within a reasonable period of habitat, "wildlife will generally Duck: A small increase in
chemist with the Citrus Experiment before the latter Is processed, time. replenish Its own and the the breeding population may
Station In Lake Alfred oil hunter may look for a good offset spotty breeding conditions
the value of the citrus recovered However, the freeze of 198
a unit of the Universityof would be much great diminished the supply of citrus harvest. The fall flight will depend -
Florida's agricultural Ex er than the cost of removing and consequently has reduced Deer: More numerous than on the summer rains
seed oil production. The ever and apparently thriving maintaining good water levelsin
chemist said there Is now a throughout the State. Several areas where the level was
shortage of citrus seed oil areas report that deer are becoming low
a problem, and other Rail: Marsh hen population
He bizF1I11eral Since orange, grapefruit,
previously closed areas will be Is good except for the sore
tangerine, and other citrus
open to deer hunting for the rail which shows considerable
seeds are the same In physical
first time decline. Gallinule seem to have
properties, they could be
Home pro Turkey: A geod hatch Inmost had a successful hatch and
duced together The oil contentof
sections and if the young may be found on most Florida
citrus seed between
averages poults are not damaged by adverse lakes
Mootehaven, the wild river
30 and J5 cent of
CHARLES per weather, the wild turkey' "It now looks like another I
'? Funeral Director weight. will again be a prime target good season." AI I d r 1 e h said
for the sportsmen. "But as every hunter knows,

t Leave your pet duck at home Quail: Generally plentiful this is a critical time and a
/, ( Phono 2S .DG0G when you go hunting. Conservation with successful early and midsummer great deal depends on weather
laws hatches. Success" of conditions from now until fall
prohibit taking I
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA late hatches will I probably We just never know until the
game with the aid of live! do-
HUT IS FAST! P. O. BOX 449 coy. make the difference between I summer is over and the hurricane
a high or average harvest. season Is past"

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denies ever-new coAvtmbta sedans HardVI op6onsup lo 270 dp.NEW! Disc Brakes, Troy Donahu.we.a .
New lateraellate-Slae Rssabkr lop, "'P''. SlN1IIUllna..M4! spas optional. Doubts-Safety Brakes, separate tyvpuimanruvenoOMf Tra.iCelO .
U.S III '".NEW)Three Mini(toed and real,steadied all Rambkra.
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Sort 100 IVr Ont Human Hair

165 JZiRIJ:: Dial EL: 3-7979 For .\ Home Demonstration

AMERICAN RAMBLER\ se-a1-costa.caT $7.00 Per Mo.

Tto Compact J'. "SHOCK .
tt.: .., MagSPtCTACt'LAKI CORRIDOR" ._ Includes 2 Months Frre Styling

s rr .rw.rra iWaatiful Carrying CAM and Head Blocks
# f ftepttonal
o, 4, tmoeihtu, NWTbrquc Command SixesNew
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compact. SENSISllIFssn Choices
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economy tpMkknfmmlrle. ii"
GMMnadettiri most a4>a rt4
A Torque
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CpteOM. ilHhid. M .1It..> boom gar.f'O'M'I. cee .,.thne row mat* M wumMt tVwtuo up to 2)2 cw. .lM.pTata...anac cranttWl Wig City
packs. wet of recaswnf > towwavgbts pa4'i she. .....) gives soeeaeeMti Itarvlag Otto*** Her
bucket want. eseroslme.. Two Vfi 237 sad UJ w.... Haytry MtOiMM Mills

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SEPTEMBER M. 1X4 Hay( County drcsceut FAGK



full lime, Tw In family. Call IN THE: COUNTY JUtXIU

te -., Y. I All creditors! Dc of....the l. eatate ef The Bank of Green Cove
t' a RENT I'nTurnUhfd S A HAYUOND ECKEl: *.. SpringsSEE
bedroom block house within ceased are hrb .0'I fI..t andreoutred
to M. any claim or
; city limits Near demands. which lions
Schools' Large you my
.. .,. .
iy fenced .In. Mid t In th office
;, yard. CaU after 5 p.m. of the Covntr Jud. of O'ay
It-3515.. '-14.., County. Florida, ,In' the court-, I I
hour at Ones 0"* "Piu-lnv
Florida. within ill ciUndarmnnthi
,, A from th* dots of th* I I I
flat nuMlfMlon of this nobles.
Bach rUlin or demand meat bIn .
FOR RENT wrltln sod must slate the
Attractive 1 ,," plan of rKldrnr aod100'
k room bouw furnUhed. ComplfUly office idlri of lM claim'
and ,nu., b* sworn to hy th*
air rondlUonrd. Crntrally claimant his *.."(. or Site al.torn. US FOR
locatH. Ill Bay Strce6For crordln.*. or tn It law wilt,, broom vo d

Thank you for your wonderful welcome. We will Information phone Ute RACK: CLYTR FCKFIA
Admlnl.lratnr of the "".l tof J I THE BESTBANK'fREEN
continue to aenre yon \ft like It.Gelle. "It >-M tie
T J JCNNINOft: jn '
Allen Attorney far th. Admlnltrator \ .1
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Your friendly Family Pharmacia
: fioTiCnNotice '.
-AT- , FIS .PROBATE.)KLolUbA. I I. hereby 81..." thai i r
IS r. If the Cty County Cnnlnic ro", l flNANC/NO
FLTON K. .'J'OS Eo n.e....et, mission will hold a Puhllo( ,
I, !>> ALL CRKDITOKt AM> Inc on Thuraday. Ort..b. I"
PFR80N8 HAMSO CLAIMS OR U" it, I orlork. P,, m. 11'.0"1'
"t 1
Atkinson'sPHARMACIES IAS1J1I AGAIN8T MAIL 1.8. ('ou"', Commission (h.mb.
I : the Clay County (' '*,
You and each of you arc' Mrs.he lr.n fore Rprlnn. Florida' far
notified and rquin to pr.. th. purpo of h.arlni ohl..
lent..n, cUUni. and drmandi lion, If any. to ,....,,Ine fromlu
whlrh you, or either of ,
you may or.mnt Airlrulturi Son tolnt a/T--
h.v. >.(ln>t the .a t.l. of rilon .rmdlat' llualn.I. k. Blon.. d.rmird lit. of Mid .'. the followln described
Count, to the (Count Judge of I'rot.rtrr:
Tour Friendly family Drag StoreORANGE CUr County, FlorkU. at his of. lot I thru I. II thru It, and
fin In the court" how of Mid
II thra n, foil 1 $aend.rleor '
Phone It-t. County at firms .'0.. Sprlnm. ./ > a. recorded .In Pint Itwli
Florida within I sin c.l.nd.r ( Page lof the Public line.ords .
month from th. I'm' of th* of flay Cent. Fl,,,rM* I
PARK PLAZAStop first Duhllritlon of his notlr.rarh ., sod 0 pared of land boun4e"
rl.lm or demand hall b. ..n the Northwest by stoleHiehwoe
.In acrid. and shall 0'.!. the tin. II en'h) NiHS.
nlr of mliUnr and Bo.t of. pan. h. t'n't S.in1s I'.
In and let
me to .
the fantaitletarlnf
prove you ,
fir. sure M of th* rlilmtnt and II Roc on th. Bou'h- h' It><
on prescriptions here. hill h. .worn to hr IM rlnlm- t.n CI. and on In* 'II'" 'alt
ant hU ...n' or iltoriov, andnv h>. a I Is. ',a reel. ..n..C,..., ofm
inih rlnlm or demand nut .t. It'ohwav No tl
a" filed ( .II'N void at| nor/IM In lnl.ro"i lad r1/1.
H :.II STONE lens .halt hate on on'nrtos't' f COVE SPRINGS
A. "''1'1"0' a' IMlaI 'ft h. hard 0' old time and
W II and T..U. oiars
moot of Kltnn T..Vion, .. ,,
ponies C>mml n
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The County's Oldest and Largest Bank
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PUa.ant Paint Ones Ccve irl .
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What does Dodge do after two

BABY POWDER comes on big for 65 rocordbreaklng years too row ?

Go for a third. Dodgo comes ont

I big for '65 with four brand-new

HKO.: 1.50 cars that are big quick fresh .

MISS CLAlltOL backed by the strongest war.

HAIR SPRAY 88c rnnty In the business. See them.Dadga .

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J 65 DART: The Dodg-.i<* compact. If you'd Kk. to ass a nrrJ, w'd 68 POLARAt BMutlful way to IMV the tow-pdc. fI.rd.lnctl.*

PROGRESS lk.1O let you In on something big-Dodge Dart for '65. Big beauty Big comfort bigg and a lot b* tr-looking than Anything nr the pile. Why Mttl 'for IM 1

Indeed? Ask for' Flora) *t your Dodge d.I ....-..
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- BESELER MOTORS InC. 429 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Spring.THCRSDAT .

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\ : rJi MRS. NEWBILL FETEDAT Rainbow Girls
I TEA SHOWER I Janis Eschuck Heads GCS

Mr.. Andrew Lels )tewbtil, i
H the former Elizabeth Ann Pool Janis Eschuck was Installedlast

I was honored at a tea and Saturday evening as
j Want a houseful Uiral shower last Tuesday at Worthy Advisor of the Green

the V I, A, given by Mesdames Cove Springs Order of Rainbow J
dot L. M. Johnaton, E. J. for Girls. :

real Johnson, H. L. Newell and C
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Other elective officers are: ,
trot ___ uwnbauld.The ;,..
___ Worthy AMOC Advisor,
and tea table which WM
Wendy Jensen, Charity Loretta -
ten/ centered with a bouquet of I as*
Norris, Hope Betsy Oroner,
tab ((2845711)for ) pink and white flower carriedout
Faith, Sharrle Barrie Record.' i
I A the pin and white decor
er, Melba Bryan, Truurer,
propia L Pouring during the afternoon
Standard Heating Oil! were Mrs T. Luke GIn. Cynthia HarrisAppointive .

Flo f nan Mri Oother Martin Mrs. officers are:
chi Alex Pupkin and Mrs. E. C.
Chaplain, Carol Spearman,
pel ..I Newman. Drill Leader, Jennifer Hamlin,
I freof One easy telephone call-and you're Some fifty guests attendedthe Love, Sara Pate Long, Religion .

assured of Standard's dependable 'f'f", tea and Mrs Newbill re- Karen Harris, Nature, ha/
celved lovely gifts Thehost.eaaee
I delivery service. And that means a Ann H are r: Immortality,
.' presented the bride
,, Brenda Thomas Fidelity, Evelyn
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I house full of sunny, relaxing warmth ,, with a linen tablecloth madein
-' Norris, Patriotism, Jo.
all winter. A house where the Hong Kong anne Swanson, Service, Pat I.;:;; ', ,, .
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blooms and beam! l Hodges, Con Observer Den. b. '
family guests PEARCY '.
nine Jones, Outer Observer w. f.
Standard Heating Oil is uniformly 1 4' I
Saturday mornng, September Carol Ann Jones i
clean-burning safe. And our home ,
19th, Mrs Walter f Serving as Installing officers

deliveries are as dependable as the oil Pearcy was laid to rest in the were the following past worthy
itself So phone'for fill-up today of wJp. Penney farms Cemetery the. advisors: Ann Loftln, Installing
Rev C. E van der Maaten officiating officer: Carol Spearman, InIlIhlllmr -

P. F. . marshal!, Brenda
Geiger, Agent r Mis P arcy died ''n r.ake- Tyre, Installing chaplain, Judy

Green Cove Springs, Florida land on September 10th and Jones Installing recorder, and Pictured above at the Installation of the Green Cove
the Funeral Service was heldon
i Leslie Row. Installing musi
Sunday, September 13th, In clan. Springs Order of Rainbow for Girls are 1 1-rt Wendy Jrnsen .

STANDARD hn First Presbyterian Church worthy sssocate advisor; Janls Eschuck worthy advisor .
I The Grave Side Service was Following the meeting there
delayed on account of the high wu a reception In the Social j Mrs Annabelle Loftln. mother advisor and Anna
I water level in the ground on Hall of the Methodist Church.
Lefties, Installing officer
count of the Hurricane Dora
We take better comfort .
care of your Mrs Ptarcy followed her

husband in death by just one

month and:! twenty day..
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Us best to keep your traps
shut at times, The use of steel 1
traps In Florida during the

open season. for deer Is 'prohibited PHILCO

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SEPTEMBER II. 1964 CCtay( i County! Crescent PAGE 11

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'COUNTY MINUTESCLAY Green( Cove Socials I Around and AboutContinued

GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA Mrs H 0 Stone. of Mr, and Mrs Joe Martin had ( From Page 21)

Monday September II, 19619N sonville way the guest JlK'k.1.I as their guest during the hurricane was making a tamltlln (Japanese banjo of sorts) late one
: .clock A. M. meek end 01 M.... A B, R-U. Dora, Mrs Martins sis night in hit shop
Mrs Annie Warren of I
I ter.
-- I'm still enjoying my diving I get a kick out of just
Board of County Commissioners of Clay "ar nvU", 8 C
The County The R-,', Joe Olachsa of the floating around studying the coral formations and the
cct in regular session In the County Commissioners First Baptist church la Mnl I I wild variety of tropical fish They hIVe a tiny blue angel
In the Courthouse on the above time ,
room and
meeting ti I Ins a revival 1.1 ClewUtoa this flab here that looks like something Disney might have
date we't'k Mrs Mick C CarUsO Mrs I dl'a"'nnd colored
The meeting was called to order by the Chairman Charles J. Miller. Mrs Verne
i Well get to get back to ,,ork See all of you in about
Honorable Louis 1. Huntley. Other members present were Anro and Mrs R. L. Kl*! n I
i 9 months, ron>'be less Sorry to hear about the
Luther E. Wilson. District No. 1, Marvin Green District iI attended a breakfast In Pa- I Ilat"a.
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Mrs. Herman E RMd returned damage, but I'm glad it wasnt orse
No 3, O. J. Murrhee, District No. 4 and H E. Moody. 1 1k. I this _ick from a Visit on S pt. 18, given for I
District No. B. the presidents of the garden Love to all,
with her son end ilaufchterln- I
The Invocation was given by Commissioner Marvin clubs of District 4. I Tony
law, Mr ani Mis W H Reed
i end hrr tuiubion 1U1 in --- -
Green.The -- - --
following monthly reports and letters were read
I Tallahassee
and filed.

Monthly report of County Judge re: Fines and .
Forfeitures. Word has born roocUed! that Family Frolics Thanks DonorsThe

Monthly report of County Agent. II/M 2 Ralph A JJ.''', Jr., is
Monthly report of Assistant County Agent. recovering from surgery lit thoU
Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. 8. Naval hospital Ward
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration n.', Ch.rU-Mon 8 C
Monthly report of Clay County Soil Conservation Green Cove Springs Family. Frolics Committee would like to express our

District Supervisor. MISS NNY LEE PRUIMNEDUlNa appreciation. to the club, orgaitlMtlona. Indlvlluals, businesses and city for their
Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health !SIT I'OR [rrU'
Monthly report of Clay County Civil Defense i Final piano are. being mad participation in making this ,<<,ar'. Family Frolics the huge success that It was

Director. for the wcdrtini of Miss Nancy
Letter from District Forester of Florida Board of ::: Lee Parhsm to John Cum- The committee would like to report that with the donations we received we
Forestry re: Annual Financial Statement of Clay mlnir, Watkins, Jr on Saturday
cleared $15000, hch! has been added l to our reserve to make next year's celrbratlon
Farm Forestry. ,
County evening, September 36, ateight I

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bailey appeared and presenteda o'clock at the First even bluer and better
petition with over 800 signatures requesting the Florida Baptist Church A reception
State Road Department to construct a new and wider + all) follow at the V 1. A.Woman. Ws would like to list here the donors of the Miss Family Frolic Pageant
Friends of the
bridge over Governor's Creek on Highway No. 17 North of Clu1)
Green Cove Springs The Chairman accepted the Petition couple are Invited to attend Awarda

and advised Mr. and Mr Bailey that the Board of -- -
Ford Motorama Revels Chrysler Buaeler Motors,
Thunderbolt Raceway
County Commissioners would continue to work toward get Janice Gambill Weds OP ROMANS CUB

ting this bridge Also, that this petition would be for. PLAN RECEPTION OCT. t Van New Buick Roberts Chevrolet Iwlng's Dept Store, A a P Market, Thlbault
warded to the proper authorities of the Florida State
Road Department.Mr. Frederick Terry in N I'. The Orange Park Woman's''I Bakery, Parkway Pharmacy, Mayhugh Drug Dradl.,', Drug, Grace Shop, Oelgm
Club will have a reception for .
Frank W Brown, Vice-Chairman of the Clay new members Thursday ove- I Story Western Auto Brown ltd*? Joy's, Williams lldw. Wlnn Dtxl. BtUers rood,

County Zoning Commission appeared and discussed the Miss Janice Oamblll daughter Smith, aunt of the bride O T. nine October 1, at 100 o'clock I hind A White, Vsl's, Cleo Dubmn, QIII.8t. and Coffee Shop Mllllcans, Clay Theater -
recently completed comprehensive plan for Clay County of Mr O. T. OamblU of Oamblll and Thomas OamblU at their clubhouse All mem.I I II

Motion by Commissioner Murrhee seconded by Com Green Cove Springs and Mrs of Green Cove Springs, and ben are urged to attend so I. City of Green Cove Springs
missioner Green and carried, to publish the list of all Herbert Paul of Ocala Fla. "fra. W, F Wright of Jackson I they may get acquainted '*llh
State, County, local and Civic Organizations and the gen became the bride of Frederick tulle new members
eral public commending them for their outstanding per. Terry of Aquebogue. N. Y.. --

formance of duties and cooperation during hurricane September 12, 1904 at 2 p, m, ... ....' e ,, r ." "'II't"" .. .
Dora In the Old Steeple Church r- .... ., ', ...... .,.. .
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The Rev. Charles L. Arnold ll \
The Clerk read a copy of a letter as received from performed the double ring . "'I a1'' :f I> .\ ;
Mr. Lyle O. Van Bussum, Farm Editor of the Tampa ceremony a S .. -, \. ,
Tribune, commending George Owens, Assistant Clay
The bridegroom ls the son of
County Agent, for his fine work In Day County and the Mr. and Mrs Richard C Terry .j

State of Florida.Mr. Of Aqucbogae ::4, Y '

J. C. 8pp, Attorney, appeared regarding closing Olven in marriage by h-i r h 3. _
of road In Section 9-6-35 for Mr. Charles Smth as ad father, the bride chose a lion
vertised. There being no objections from the Public, motion I length gown of organca over I r
was made by Commissioner Green, seconded by Com taffeta which featured a fitted
missloner Moody and carried to close as advertised. bodice scooped neckline and ,
long tapering sleeves The controlled .
Mr Sapp, Attorney for Holly Crest Inc., also re* skirt ended In a anal s
quested the Board to close part of Garfield Avenue, BlUs train. Her elbow It'nnb'dl I
Street and Frost Street of Rldgewood as
Avenue Gordon was held by a headpiece made
advertised There being no objections from the Public, of organza flower petals .ltli :
motion was made by Commissioner Green, seconded by seeded pearls and ahe carrieda
Commissioner Wilson, and tarried to close these streets bouquet of carnations. ,, ,, : ,, rnr

u advertised. The maid of honor Dorothy)

Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Com Wheeler more a pink taffeta I
missloner Wilson, and carried to authorize the County floor length princess styli I
Attorney to file Condemnation suit for necessary Rightof dress Her bouquet" war of pink i

Way on Section No. 71504-2601, Jennings Road; also, Carnations.
8R.100 thru Keystone Height The best man was Mr, Terrye
college room male, Robert
The Clerk presented an application for State Aid to LI*. Cellc, and the ushers wen
braries. Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Robert McFarland and Paul

Commissioner Murrhee, and carried, authoring Chair. t/Hommedleu of New York Same dependable Inn. same frIendly p1 I dbr nd n5W headquarters!
man and Clerk to execute same. Following the wedding ceremony .

The Clerk read a letter as received from the Dellalr* the reccptbn.dlnnet
Meadowbrook Civic League Inc. requesting additional was given In the lounge of UM COME HELP "US CELEBRATE OURGmMtl
speed signs and road crossings near the entrance of the Sunshine Restaurant.
W E. Cherry Elementary School After a discussion the Miss 0 a m bill I I 1 graduated
Clerk was Instructed to advise the Chic League that this from Clay HUh School and attended .
work would be completed by October I), 19<4. Palatka Junior College, i nJ I
Mr Terry graduated from
The Chairman discussed the proposed Open House Aquebogue Hlih School and It
for the Clay County Health Department and after a dla a junior at the University 01 _:
cuaslon. October II, I''', was set for the date. Committee New York In Albany! where 1\\'. _. ____ I
to be established by the Chairman.The the couple wlQ make ttvti
The Sound of and hammm hu craed. I'tutrrmi and
Clerk requested the Board to meet In Special horn busy uwi painter

Seiston on September 30, 1W4 at I,00 o'clock A. M. ao Out of town perils at ths THUDS.1 AND F FRI hart com and gone. And now were ready to open the doors on what wf think
the Budget year could be closed for the 1963.4 year, No- wedding Included Mrs Louts
Uon by Commissioner Wilson Seconded by Commbsioner you I1 sues U on of the moat attractlrt luto dealership around. When

Murrhee and carried, to approve this request.! MOKfXXO TEMPLE SEPTEMBER 24 AND 25 you come to our houatwarmlnf, we afwcUIl/ want you tonotke the comfort

Motion by Commissioner Wilton. seconded by Com... .ro ..)lt ahiRINE and functional beauty .,',. built Into our new ihowroom. Mao te cure to
masloner Green and carried, to approve rich of way con.tract CIRCtg UCKAON1tJ.J; .
resolution, map and utility revolution on Section COUtlM. OCT I.L4llantidUorton'i ; jirUt our complete/! modern array drtrtmmt. Remember, exec thing WM

No. 11$&402, Road S-W. done to nuke burin and owning an Oldunotile more enjoyable than tttrlMM
Same Or
Commissioner HunUey stated that he had contacted
the Governor and Chair as of the State Road Depart cue with a new ttneup eooUln-
men, requesting additional employees to. work on roads la mere many top European stars.
Clay County and that he had been advised that forty es* win play In .JacasonvtOe' Coll
Ira people were assigned to. Clay County after burrtcan sewn. Oct 1. I t.
Dora Playing a rtturn engagesnent -
Commissioner Green requested UM Board to e.pIore. under the sponaarshipJacaaonvUte's .c
all means In trying to get an assistance available to the Moroto Tnsvpl . ib.i4i .
flooded residents of the MtdJWfcurg area. th IntematlonaBy knvwnItaiaidMorVM
Motion by Commissioner Ones"" ascended by Commissioner offer an* ed
Moody, and carried the bits were appmvd and UM most varied programs la
"'amAti"d drawn In paytsvent of sara. as win appear adieus bMory.O .
by Wsrraat Lists IIUIftIMn4 W W-A. 336 p and .org* llaMid. Or.. pr...4.>r.r
U'-C, which tots are hereby adopt! as a part of these .4 th cirrus. Is Mtei. th.
wtold ref for till ."' ..., M
minutes ss much so as If set forth out In fun bervia.
Mr Fiord Game eavnstlv amtary to the Clay ..a.male Ut* flnswl sets ian4.r 1
County Zoning OMRsnJsalon. appeared a" rvsjuraU that caw roof His IM4 prvwoUUo
Inrbsdm. ....... rtown. awUtbaJanrtag.
the Board appro** the Clay County Omprvtwaat**) i
as tonpleUd. After a dsrvr..... snoUsw WM mad* byCooimiMtoner PBS* and *ftarts i
Ore'**. aeond-J by Comatntnner W' IGft. at all efesmtptiswa.b4 sansei of M Maw WI
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and earned ts. appro the paaa as fUH was U. Btw/d L.eemg 1ft
.* Cooaty nmimissiiMirrMouan Prtdsy Oil 1 .. 1 M aadftatardoy
by Cou-sesswr Mantw. toA4 by OsssrtaaloMr Out t at I P,. sa.Uallrtx .
Geese sad cis....,. b. swore flat ., Us**** ar* alaJM4 Mule
Terra, Sierras I sty aid -.s., at 1 a4 I ROBERTS CHEVROLETNew
Motto by Oianilnlimr Moody, innilnl by Cars. Rn
..laitar.fr WQss*. and tiled. 1M ..... adjswnM. Tkrast art a* pusreMsd a4IM
M { agate t* tpital ...... an .#.*** M. 144 atM CMstnasi a* M e... o f
S .fetor A. M. and la HesjraUr. tomtom m DM Mend lark ear... afOns ar at UMIM .
at Ortoe.fr, ttt bag Ortsaw* U. ***. at .... o'flort cw.-: aflV bf r. awttIf Address: ORANGE AVENUE\
A. M. _vesesarnas. AM prove ere
LOOS L. BOrTUT, a.areeA&II. .... UM a4 Idle

.&: sdtlws. Q6Ir9oa _gwwralU Where the Action is in GREEK COVE SPRINGSTlIl'BSDAY '
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TAKE IS (QUay (Eounty Brcec\it< THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1010

VIA WOMANS CLUB and prospective members and with an arrangement of pink DAVIS BROWN TO HEAD I routes thus keeping the buses "SUI'ER-ItIUIIT" WESTERN BEEF SQUARE CI1TChuck
HOLDS COFFEE other friends of the club. The gladioli. CITIZENS SCHOOL efforts to eliminate spur
coffee was well attended and The regular monthly meetIng COMMITTEEThe on paved roads and to cut
Mha Alex Pupkln. presidentof members of the Junior Woman and luncheon of the Citizens School: Committee ,down on back up of children Roast'
the V. I. A. Womans Club, Club were well represented V L A. will be held at the met on Monday eveningIn living less than two miles from
and her Executive Board were among the guests Clubhouse on Thursday Oct the commissioners room their schools
hostesses last Wednesday Mrs. Frank Corn-art social 1. The program chairman, Mrs. of the Clay County Courthouse I The committee voted unanimously -
morning, Sept. 18, at a coffeein chairman of this event, had Slater Smith has an interest with James Lytle. president to actively support the
the clubhouse to welcome decorated the clubhouse, *n1 Ing program planned on Fine presiding I 'Sarasota Plan" a proposed
back members, Introduce new the coffee table was centered Arts The report of the nominating I amendment to the Florida .

committee was read by : Constitution on the ballot. this '
-' -- -- -- PRESUTI' r . iR chairman, Dr. R. M Paterson. November This 1 amendment CLOSE
Those nominated as officers would permit Sarasota Countyto
WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL IND00.1HAMIDMORTCM ENFORCEMENT SCHOOL for the coming year were: Davis exempt the frat $2,000 of TRIMMED 45cCHOCK

O J. Murrhee Jr., County Brown of Doctors Inlet I property valuation from the
L tyEW Si O Sheriff-Nominee will graduatetomorrow presdent; Al Cuter, of Oreen Homestead Exemption! Bars- IB
from the Florida Cove, vice presdent, Dr. Patrlcla I IOta County plans to earmarkthe :;;:, II 11 .
Law Enforcement Academy after Cowdery of Orange I additional tax revenue thus
completing a highly Intensified Park, secretary-treasurer: and obtained for school support ,
Super Rlght Fine quality BoMIeH Fine Quality
five-day school specializing Mrs. Virginia I I Rogers of i There was also a discussion

In the raea of using Orange Park, publicity. ,I of the value of lesson plans ROAST .IB.[ 69 BEEF LIVER , LB. 29c
forensic science in crime investigations In the discussion of the yew and guides to be used by the
pMS vision of the school bus routes i teachers This subject will be Snprr-Rlfht Lean Boneless Stow or Cap'n John's Frown 1 Lb. Pig.
3 ( this year, the committee tOm. I (Investigated further for discussion
FR .SM.slf, aEtAV.aCATS ; The outstanding feature of mended the Clay County Boardof I by the committee at GROUND CHUCK. LB. 59f PERCH FILLETS , , 39q*
the program was a moot court Public Instruction for Its : Its October meeting
r1..d. ad to a oc Super-mint Minute Csp'n John'. Frown It Os. Pkg.
001, V C.Na Mru.n.1 ar,1' eM1TllEES trial conducted by SLate Attorney --
e ,, Arm a.a 11 so1tun J. Frank Adams, and opposing ++++++++++++++++
eu A/n rho 1100 I counsel for the defense , c
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Public Defender Virgil
Mayo'l Super-Right Pure Pork Delicious lib.bag Cap'n John's Frown II Os. Pig
ha Nram / >1r a-. both of Dlountstown The
trial consisted of a carefully.I 594iiuittLEANED BAG SAUSAGE. 3 $1.00 FISH STICKS. . 3 $1.00
prepared courtroom drama,
uiLA1! staged entirely for the benefit STOCK 11' NOWfA & P FRESH INSTANT
of attending students
Ml Imt A4imi Hurt TiM>< IM 2011 .
A Oeneral Train'ng School 10 OZ,,
n'ORt.UNCrs, Is scheduled to enroll November J Coffee : $1.29
".. Oct 1-I 09 f M t.t.. Oft I-I 00 f M Inn Oct, 4-1 "" ,M JAHSPKCIAU
B tot, Oct 1-100'M f- 0:1 '-10'M twi 0.1'M Sth, which will concludethe
L *M.",.. ...,. M t-l. .t Cdhwui 10, Ofllct tI,t. $l-l. f ntusiuaiei ., scheduled training activities COVE SPRINGS I
7 . . . . . . . . of the Academy for 1084.: : 820 N. ORANGE AVE. GREEN : IIATIIKOOM) [ TISSUK: SCOTT)

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