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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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Began July 15, 1927.
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-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Oscar Johnson, editor.
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Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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r : Taylor .Executives, Doom Utility Tax, Park Day Camp to Be

As A Matter Of Fact I:1 Boost' Blanding SiteIn i

Here To Inspect Plant: Tallahassee this week,
State {Rep Louis L. Huntley
admitted, his bill to tax utility Operated by Jaycees

__ consumers will probably die before -
,BURLINGTON STOCK SPLIT It reaches the floor of the ,

Burlington Industries stockholders (of record June 4) j; lower house of the Legislature.

will be asked 'to vote on a two-for-one' stock: iplit at a Notwithstanding this Jesse Named
pedal meeting on July 23. P. Tynet, Jr., County School City; Ramsey ;
Burlington' board of director last week voted to leek Superintendent,, was to testify
an Increase In authorized common stock: from 17.6 million before the Utllltle Commission
to 40 million shares with a two-for-one split In outstanding K "tIT of the House sometime Ute this James F. Ramsey a teacher at Clay High School for the
common. afternoon.At PUt two years, has been designated recreation director ata
According to Burlington "It la. the present Intention of' the same time, the State day camp: to be operated jointly by the city and the Ocean I
the Board of Directors subject to earnings and other factors ', Senate adopted a memorial Cove Jaycees at the Industrial park this summer
which Influence dividend policy" to Increase the annual calling on President Johnson While the City Commission 1

dividend from $1.60 on the presently outstanding shares to to ask the Office: of Economic has,, agreed to pay Ramsey 'Plymouth, said he would accept
$1 (equal to 13 on present shares) on the new shares. Opportunity to establish a Job salary, fixed at 885 a week Hal' : application Immediately !
Corp training center at Camp McKee, Jaycee vice president for the camp which I fa to open
Blanding. In charge of the group's sponsorship shortly after the close of the

PAPER PROFITS The Huntley utility tax bill, said three high school school next month.

Four of the nation's giant paper producers owning close drawn up a* a means of providing senior would be paid approximately Ramsey, a native of Madison
to 90,000 of tlmborland the county additions! fund for thecounty' 840 a week from fees W, Va, and graduate of Morris .
acres pay an average
of 83 week to be charged
a Harvey College In
annual county tax of less tha" 50 cents an acre:accordingto school system apparently Charleston I
records In the office of the county Tax Assessor became the object of a n participants. W. Vs, said a wide variety of .
hassle The camp will be open for sports, art and
between the County craft would
The local four Union Bag
big are: Camp Paper
Commission youngster from 7 years old be offered at the
and the School camp, scheduled -
37,287 acre; St. Marys Kraft Corps.wlth 28471 acres;
Board. lAMES F. RAMSEY through 11 on Mondays and to open next month.
InternaUonal Paper Co., with.11.7U acres; and St. Regis .
Thursday On Tuesday and
Paper with The County Commission -- Following passage of a resolution
While it .Is 3,329 apparently acres. difficult to estimate local I Income which endorsed the plan at its A Worthwhile Frajeet . Fridays It will be open to those naming Ramsey to head
who are 12 year old up to and up the $-week
regular held
generated by the. four absentee landowners, pulp and paper May meeting a The Ocean Cove Rebels, program City
Including high school senior,
Industry sources Indicate one person .U employed for each F. ... Taylor (IL). president. ., Taylor Mobil Home*, wa special meeting late last week a baseball team organised Commissioner Edward B. Taylor
and went on record In its ob' lea than three month Ramsey said this week the father of one of the staffers
4XXX) acres of pulp company land: This would Indicate a la Green Cove this week with ether company official to ago
jection to the original bill a* with record of win camp will offer ..wimming'eolfpluses voiced his concern that
direct employment of approximately 20 persons by the four confer with local company officiate and see the pfOgrta* a
drawn by Huntley. and one defeat ha been field events, basketball many children who moat need
companies. being made at their new plant In the eI', laemtrlal park.
With him. (IL to r.), above are! Joseph Benedict masaga.f According: to Oeorg ... Carlisle Invited to Join the Jacksonville softball, arts and crafts and the camp will either be unableto .
the Green Cove plant fleecy Tawker, of Oeala what bas clerk of the Commission Baseball League octal dancing. pay the 83 weekly fee or will
member of the Initial plan for the projectwere be unable to get to and from
ASSESSMENTS IT: test been turned sale. manager for the Green Cove plant) Board objectedto Member of the team who
sad Harry Lewis, of Trey, N, C. the company's chief purchasing a relatively large numberof are for the most part young presented to the City Com the camp.
Last week's Florida Supreme Court decision, upholdinga ageat.Tb provision In' the bill Chief working men, say the Initiation mission several month ago by He said h. would give lib
Circuit Court (Duvall) opinion that property must be assessed among them eau a provision fee,, must .be raised by the three seniors who will a.rveon or 812 a week to make the camp
at Its market value will have "no effect at this fear men are show. itandlag la front sf the skeleton . that the County Commission public contribution the camp's staff They artEelw.rd available to five or ilx youths
time" on Clay County's tax roll County Tax Assessor of the first home to get under eeaslnwtlen. at B. '
would levy the assessment upI If 60 Orson Covers contribute Taylor Jay Ooolaby who would otherwise be unable tl
Louise Smith told The Crescent she would await further the new plant. t to 7 per cent on the first ISO of 81 each, the Initiation and Pat ey Patten. At that to attend
court maneuvers and added that her current reassessmentwill Taylor eipreaaed himself as well satisfied with the profrose each utility bill except water; fee can be paid and the team time members of the Commission Both City and Jaycee of- I .
bring taxable assessments In the county from approximately ef converting the ...... *e..are fool gbuaeaclooedbnlldlng. and further to the fact no put Into the Jacksonville took the matter u"der con flctala have said the cost of In. ,I
{23.0 million to 8385 million. Another 830 million of .. I I'' stipulation wa made In. the League sideration.The luring a but to transport children

county property .Is tax exempt . homestead exempt.Churchowned Estimating that Tart.". local. employment. will be were ,i bill' to .ue the 'money solely. Tom Henry vice presidentof project w.*' approved to and from the. camp" .
stale-owned, etc .. M by Labor Day, Taylor" said 'It'was Impossible. to. for tjacherVsalarles.The the Bank of Oreen Cove when it became known that would be' '"pronibltlve.."
'train more thsa five le seven men week sad that the ,In;, bill wa*'redrawn on the Springs, has agreed to accept Ramsey was available a* recreation Jaycee official laid Taylor I IOoobll1.
crease to a swell empleyaaeat. ., sure than It* win same basis of then objection. However contribution for the director and when the ) a"d Patsy Patten
STATISTICS ae the. plant Is able to take ear ef the .bell. assembly. operation. a Hardee County bill of team The name of contributor Jaycee moved Into the picture would be paid 11 an hour .
A 30-page( statistic-packed booklet just released by Secretary a similar nature wa killed will be published In a* co-spcnsora approximately 40( hours a week A
of State Tom Adams shows, among other thugs, that: Tucker formerly associated with one of the nation's Tuesday afternoon in the. I next week's Crescent McKee, who Is associated . from the proceeds: of the I
There are 1.094 Democrats registered In the county: major moMIe hoaning builders, said. he weald sieve his wife (Continued on Page 8) with Clayton Revels Chrysler- fee. t
559 Republicans and 27 listed u "Others" According to the and two daughter lo the ....1' In the near fats,. II*
office of the Supervisor of Registration, the 27 "Others" are eipreaaed semi fear he might not be able U find a home
"Independents" (24)) and Progressives! Clay was one of 44 counties that went for Barry Gold- "between Orange Park sad 81. Augustine a very old Commencement Speakers 'I

water who nonetheless lost the state by less than 50,000 . story.Net
out of more than 18 mUUon votes. shown In the picture .Is R A. McGllvary, general

Clay gave Ooldwatcr& approximately 55 per cent of Its Manager of the Taylor division. ., Troy Lumber, whot.s -- __ .... -. ... ,.;t -,. .., "" ......... ,,,,--_
vote. On the other hand Haydon Burns took close to a 2 tot the Taylor plane late Green Cove Monday messing Taylor I II
lead over his opponent. Republican Charles R. Holley. And. and McGllvary ,........ to Troy late. )......,. ,' .,. .' I II
again, a Republican newcomer polled close to 40 per cent of q Jar u e.Jfl", : k '
the county vote In his unsuccessful race against Louis "
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School Board Favors n. ,
The School Board ha approved use of a bus to transport
junior and senior high school students abc will be tl r'r !
Rise If
attending summer school from Oreen Cove to Orange Park Pay w rc I ,
Junior-Senior High School, beginning' June 14 11 e e'w'
The bus for this service: will load and unload at the Clay ' t4w
High and the Oran Cove Junior High. Bus schedules maybe Funds Are Available ,'\

obtained from principal at the two schools.
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The County School Board ment Such figure would give I ;
Or fACTLTT LUNCHEON went on record last week In the School Bard, at lt" present .:
The Orange Park Lion's Club win be used Friday, Jun. favor of either of two plans mlllage charge: an addition '
4, for the annual luncheon honoring Uw faculty and teachers proposed by the County Education *1 8100.000 4 1 A fi

of the Orange Park Elementary School. Association to raise Meanwhile, the Hoard srcepted ., t. !
Faculty members Invited this year will Include: J. U teacher salaries. another five resignations r ''1 I t

Boulvare principal; Mrs. Lucille McLendon Mrs. Margaret The first of theae plan, to bringing the number to closeto :
Stollenvcrck. Mrs. Vemice Miler Mrs., Jennie Kinder- give "beginning teacher a minimum 60. l' 1 $''t4
man Mia Naomi Douglas Mia OernrU fitch. Mrs Lenora salary of 81,000 with an Jew P. Tynee, Jr.. County j j'I:
Alton Mrs Clyde Hick*. Mia Fare cobb tern Wright, Mr. Indexed scale of salary rises School Superintendent told ,
Marion Dowel. Mrs Elisabeth Week*. Allen Sanford.'PII- through the sixteenth year, The Crescent yesterday thai _
deli Lltchfleld and Mrs. Frank WoodJ it f. would cost an estimated 840I/ county school system needs 50teacher

Tbe newly Installed officers for nest year are also! Invited 000 annually.The for the September r/6/
gust; they are: Mrs. Harry Folkina. president; Mr*. other plan would grant opening. The major dot,sully I'
Buck: Murphy vice-president Mrs Morris. Weaver secretary all teachers an aerose-lne board In recruiting these new trachn 1'' l
Mr. John HeOmuih. treasurer; Mrs Douglas McKee, his increase of 8WO. retaining the bee In the fact thai tamlCouaty c I
torian. present provision for a 8M annual *. "beginning minimum f
Increment which sin salary I I. 87M higher than
would bring beginning teacher Claya. ,
CANAL minimum salaries to U.,OO. In other business. U* Hoard
CompUUon of the Croat-Florida B rge Canal will provide but which would not affect Instructed Allen Pry, Jack Dr. B. R.
: :2U or more mile of sew shoreline within the state teacher: with nor than 10 soovUJe architect to draw up ARTIKR r.. UEIrKMnnf '

Approximately 3OIOCImor. acre of surface water. yean of seniority. This plan a major site plan for the Dr. B .. Tiller, peetleVn .1 It,. Jeane River JonloeCeaVt r:, ".In.,, tko. prnUent. ., B.. .*,... In.oWrle .
This will make available land and ahorettn for count would coat an estimated 8I90 Orange Pan Junior Senior *. all be the speaker si iradnallen eserckee al *. ...11 .. the .11..,.., spesker si ira.Mll.g ..
lea parks picnic and eamptnc areas, swimming beach, 000 annually High School. Tynea eipUIned Oracle Perk lllh feaool. S .',lecll nest T......' evening/ .. al ( Ur Illfh Mho*! a| | .',.... ...| Tbnrsdar. oneoral.
boat trail and pools fiahtng ground and wildlife and game Member of the Board said < to member. of the Hoard .la Colney "Ua'laa' *. evenlnxcoee'Ug. l. Jam.. C. rocker prtnelpaL *
refuges. implementation of either program that the State Ot*. of Education : Dr. TiUey, whoee eeolfftallen. a* pre*..ldens.f the FsUlka. Wel_, M Tbea* potential recreational facilities for both Florida could not be achieved until ha recommended construction reDese fca. mealy been areepled *. thai M eaa BOMHMIhe oo Ihe toaehing sUff al the I'nlvertlly, of North .
ettlaen and visitors would be additional asset to the great reasseoonu-ot of sU property : of a new Orange Park peeoloVary ef a ..... *)*..._. eollege I I. Albany" ftws .-* and pUred .,.,...A.aa' ,... .q for Ih* N.w Yak CaroHaa Taakeoe
economic contribution the Barge Canal win make to the In the county la completed, high school= using the present edneated si LowUlsna Stale tnlvertUy. sad al' ,awW.. before fining ".'11",....* tuff mere than.
eWsde .
state la providing\ relatively Inexpensive bulk cargo tran perhaps .1st the latter part of buildl/K M junior high ..... IsJvertilr.. Alter a dial In .Iho Coal ensile .......* age.
portatioa mean through a protected waterway between July, and until it I ascertained school The graduating ,....'* beeealaore ..".... will beheld orrke s* elre Uc of eeUvo ..........*..* New York
the Atlantic and Eastern: Seaboard and the> Gulf and mldcoaUnental what If anything the Legislature Frye wa* farther Instructed at I *',Iofll seal Pests, evenlag to Cedar ...,Ie fUpUM let. flurttntU1. homo orim I. welaef relorned ,
United State. from Hew Jersey to Mexico. win do about the Imposition to prepare preliminary (1111I" ", Th .*.. l>, .0 (lessee. retUr of Gra.. 1$.- eseenlee, aeat sal le .... isle J. ..,..... Lea .. w M J
The Barge Canal win complete the jut lint of 2feo miles of mtDagea.However plan for construction of a* ,.,.. leech IMange Fart will preach ... baeceUereal feead.i s.4 ekief' ...,apse offleir.. Mwtlytea's
of connected wsUrvar la the United Slates and win place County Tax Assea- ll-roora add.Uon to the W. a:. .......... president' four ,... .,. sad h., '..He....u,Wll.. ..... v..'e
Florida on the main street In a strategic! area of Americas sac Louise Smith ha repeatedly Cherry< Elementary School This Aeeordlng ... C. F. lUlaae. pHawlpel., ... Itl gradeale ........,-. po/rluU.g aod engineering (, I.. the
inland waterway The canal win U. together the nation's said that her estimate of the addition will comprise: four -,,_ ,.. Mhoo!** largest grsdavsltag .|M.. Ten of them, .....-.w.1| nuanfaelnrlog ."100..... department. sal
principal waterway to one unified system of Inestimable current riaiseesrnict will produce primary! classroom, six regular ho old scored better Ihasi. le. on. Ik** Mefrfor Fleeeesenlteet A'..........." 1} ,....k.ff will be
benefit to Interstate commerce and wffl connect 21 state approximately fit million classroom, aa exceptional *. ....* II Ib..a.
which have a total of some 2(000 mites of Inland waterway. of new taxable aas.a*. (Continued On Page 4) Continued 0. Page 41

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QUay( bounty Crescent THURSDAY MAY 17, 1963


(fftay County( fltresccut V.F.W.: MottoTo "Weak End":! &"lJ.lffLIf l t ; @\\WI LrmnC LAW:

"".flAT .it too RM' cur ii' coot rot.TNI CRUCINT" 1 J ...

UI2ABITHPUM.IINIO LEOIAID GRONER SECRETARY ".... ,/' 4011 By Sheriff Jennings Morrbee,

Evm THUMOAT BY Cuncnr Mm, Inc. the .dead We do not know'hbw) vaCation \ '
r o 101 ere honor ? Do you, as a motorist, know whatto
GRIM Con SrniNot. FLOWS I we are stll/ under the

TtLIPHONI CCS X8431Mtietm helping the living >uritan cOncept'oC,work as an do when you see a flashing red signal
Cun Fom SUBSCRIPTION RATES ennobling activity {depends on at an intersection know the

ONE' ) TEAR IN AUVANCB ...... ..... ..10 * the work!). And wrffeej guilty difference between a flashing red signal .
TWO TKAB1 It' ADVANCE' .. . ....
MAKK THIS YOU MOTTO TOO. when we are not busy\ bout ,' r' and flashing yellow signal!?
something We do hqt pow

Which LtppmannDo Read how to do absolutely nathlngi'how ; Florida statutes call a flashing red

to be gloriously idle;at: ,.. signal a stop signal . not a pause signal .
least for 15 days.
Walter Llppmann the dean,of American political commentators A flashing yellow signal a "cauk
column Newsweek magazine We cram our vacations with ''
writes a weekly for tion" signal!
| \ and a tri-weekly column for the New York Herald-Tribune. things and more things and

I In the Herald-Tribune of May 20, Mr. Llppmann wrote: all manner of activity. We battle The law says "when a red lens is

"When the President brings our Dominican policy Into line our way to a little cottage illuminated with rapid intermittent
with the principle of legitimacy . the next immediate Dr. Howard through bumper to bumper
drivers , shall stop before
traffic, only to find skunks Sheriff flashes,
need will be to underwrite an emergency program to relieve ro ,v
The night before my friend have nested in the kitchen and Mnrrhee entering the nearest crosswalk at an
the unemployment and the misery of the Dominican magses.
Knowledgeable experts say that the sum needed for the left on holiday, I dropped to. father has developed ulsersl intersection or at a limit line when marked, or, if none,

emergency program will be somewhere between $100 and see him. Which reminds me of a then before entering the intersection, and THE RIGHT

$200 million . trifling ium." GIVE GENEROUSLY WHEN The hallway was piled with drawing representatlng a man TO PROCEED SHALL BE SUBJECT TO THE RULES
.1 along with and parallel to the internal reforms of the "essentials" of vacation arriving at the gates of Heaven
the Dominican Republic," Mr. Lippmann continues, "we life: an electric can opener,' hauling behind him heaps of

need to take with a new and deadly seriousness the paramount AUXILIARY ASK YOU TO WEAR A. . IS books two bird cages with worldly possessions: properties, SIGN"

problem of the underdeveloped Latin-American na- the usual inhabitants, two cats, I extensive lands bundles of
On the other hand, when a yellow light flashes at
tloni." etc. BUDDY life jackets tent, air mattress,
In his column in Newsweek on May 24, Mr. POPPY a Scottie dog, and clothes for 'I chrome-trimmed cars and an Intersection, "driven of vehicles may proceed through

Lippmann says "Our official doctrine is that we must be six people who obviously expected
prepared to police the world against aggression because ALL PROCEEDS USED FOR NEEDS OF DISABLED to spend half their time "What's all this stuff?" aske" ."

there Is no other power which can,police the world. Beforewe VETERANS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS.r swimming and the other half i I the Gate Keeper.

say that too many times too loudly let us do a little cal going to forma parties. "Stuff What do you mean

culating. How many Vietnams and Dominican Republics ]lkVttSilr :?J "How are you going to get by calling this stuff protested .

can the Marines police at one and the same time Yet it all up there I asked my the burdened candidate for entrance

there is nothing to arsure us that the disorder which broke I harassed friend. "I've slaved all my' life Don Pool's

out in Santo Domingo will not break out elsewhere in this 4'f"J. "Ill have to rent a Vhaulit to accumulate all these valuables.

hemisphere. Nor. is there anything assure us that the ," was his answer. "I haven't ."

j troubles in Vietnam will not spread to the rest of Indochinaand slept for a week, trying: to figure "Well, you can't come in here' w1-BEHTICi COIN LAUNDKYPateette

to Korea and to Burma, or that there will not be a ot1tkktr out how I could get it all with that. You'll have to leaveIt a ........ Onea Om

war between India and Pakistan. I In the trunk of our car, and all outside- 0,.. M Hem Every Day
We are moved to ask Mr. Lippmann, who has had ready By DUNCAN O. ORONER always finding a mound the "Things are in the saddle .
PhiMe Bd18 116e11aa6'Desks
access to President if there is limit to the and ride mankind" complained
a ,
many a capability
size of Look Out Mountainleft
be made I believe for the theory that the
A case can ,
Emerson. "Blessed be Leafci lie I.-.... Kagto swiss Sfe
of nothing
the Marines In keeping the peace around the globe, over." ,
decline of the South, or more precisely the decline of Southern '
la there no limit to America's eagerness to underwrite the cried a character in one of llattDryiltoSTKBYBODY
thinking as an instrument of national policy has been Last year a Canadian writer
industrial and fiscal development of the underdevelopednations Dickens stories. WELCOME
? in direct proportion to the South' opposition to national Max Ounther, published a book On one occasion recognUI\
trends. in which he maintained theweekend r
The President has offered the Viet Cong a hundred or ing that h ehimself and his :
For the most part, It was Southern thinking and Southern vacation was the
so million of dollars for their development if they will just disciples were tired, Jesus said
leaders, with but a few exceptions, who created and "weak-end" of clvlll.ation I l'
quit fighting. Now Mr. Lippmann the "Come away by yourselves to
experts assaying made the decisive plans and moves In the creation and ("The Weekenders," McClel I''
I we need perhaps $200 million more for the Dominican a lonely place, and rest a Helm
land and Stewart).
establishment of
growth of our republic from the Virginia "
Republic . and that we'd better take a good, hard look while. For many were coming
until sometime around 1850. It was about that time when He pictured the average
at the financial needs of all Latin-America. and going, and they had no
what are today called "Northern agitators" put' the Southon American, filled with a clenched
There is, very obviously, a limit to what the Marine llesure even to eat. And they
the defensive on the issue of slavery.It -teeth determination to have Funeral Home
Corps can do. Just as obviously there is a limit to what the went away in a boat to a lonely -
American taxpayer can do. is irrelevant that most of the slave traders were New fun at any price, to enjoy leisure 1 place by themselves." (Mark ,

England skippers and their crocodile tears over the plight though he doeesn't know 8:30-33)Dear
The American taxpayer played substantial role in the CHARLES HELM
of the slaves the vast plantations of the South
working what it is, to be sociable with
rebuilding and development of Yugoslavia, just to cite one Lord: Save us from a
began falling at time when the demand for Imported slaves the
a proper liquid stimulus and three-day weekend Funeral Director ':
notable example. They would not fight on our side If we and teachus .
was taking a precipitous plunge. to be strenuously usefull!
were going under. The same goes for most of Africa and not only how to pray, but i
Asia and Western Europe What Is relevant, I submit, Is that ever since Harriett Not only the week-end, but also how to rest and find happiness .L
1 i Beecher Stowe and the other abolitionists began their crusade the 15-day vacation becomethe In > Phone 284-9G96
In all these actions monetary lonely places with
or military, we are not
the South has been defensively. nd in the
buying allies, w. are buying time. And time is on the side frantic chase in pursuit of You where It 1s not too difficult GREEN COVI SPRING, FLORIDA
meantime the guideposts set up by Southern leaders In the the "Good Life:" status, pleasure to
\ of Red China and the Soviet Union. dream to think and HWT tl EAST r. O. BOX 443
early days of the Republic have gone down the drain: states and friendship really live. _

rights, the concept of a relatively select few exercising a .
Around and Aboutby -
modicum of judgment at the polls, etc.

Substantial proof of this theory, I submit, lies In the
Southern vote for Barry Qoldwater who would have returned I
:It comes on too late in life
ter than the poverty proraniand us to ye good olde days . and, on the other hand,
for a formal education, so it created Frankenstein that
the massive national rejection of the Goldwater philosophy
behoove. me to be happy with will be harded to plow under But my main concern is with what I would call, for j

whatever goodies are droppedIn than the national dept. lack of a better phrase, defensive thinking. It Is the essence For Your Convenience

my path. This is on side of the coin.I of democracy to oppose; and this Is the raison d'etre of i

I watch some of the current am at a personality's pad the so-called two party system But one cannot oppose rationally ..

crop of so-called entertainer. sometime back, and he is sitting without having a "better idea." Sometimes we vote 1

on the Idiot-box and make some in front of his Hi Fl with for a candidate > and, all too often, against a candidate,

maybe-jaded conclusions and mouth agape, glassy-eyed, listening but somehow we must be satisfied with the one who makes

comparisons. to something like the the grade whether we voted for him or not. s

In my lifetime, I have been 8th movement of Vascllla Ala What I call defensive thinking infects (or Infests) many fDO.V'T

privileged to be entertained by Ironlvitch. It Is listening to me areas of our lives. If a political body opposes the sale or

Hoagy Carmichael at his old like a cross between the missing lease of a piece of property to a Louis Reynolds or the Job BANK

ragtime piano singing "Star link and the lost discord.In Corps, It should, I submit, have a better plan for utilizationof

dust," which he wrote. This fact, the fiddle music is so that property; not on a hlt-or-miss basis but In a plan "

was grestiBing up-anddown, I am sure the that will be of greater benefit to the citizens of the area. ff"

Crosby, with his baritone cat who is scraping it jjust We all know by now that In the utilization and Industrial -

voice and his easy way comes in from Echle's and the development of Oreen Cove's Industrial park, we face MAIL

ambled Into our living room. thing he is scraping his bow the keenest and moat aggressive kind of competition from

and kept us in love for 20 years. across Is not a fiddle at all, literally thousands of other communities that have, by any

Al Jolson and Eddie Cantor but a banjo.Of criteria, more to offer than Clay County.It .

sang, danced and pranced their course, at this age, I real Is difficult for me to understand why the City of

way Into every i heart In the ise everybody has his ewn Starke, no bigger than Oreen Cove, is willing to spend and
land. kick going, 10 I do not offer an has spent) thousands of dollars to attrart a Job Corps

opinion on this personality'smusical training center to its environs . with the aggressive EJ'J:1l.1f.UC..SIII. When you have to send money throughthe

Olen Miller hit on a tune taste, until a French backing of the great majjority of the citizens of Starke, mail, send a check made out to
called "In the Mood" and withit your account hero
horn ties In with the hungry and Oreen Cove is unwilling to make a small move to get -or see us for

was born the jitterbug dance.It howl of a Dobermann Plrutcher. the same thing ". , a multi-million-dollar payroll and money order, cashier's check, travelers check other
or 1
caught right and left
on At which time my friend ups shall we say, a lot of headaches .

north and south. Where peopleare the volume to Infinity, stands In Palatka, a drab enough town at best I would say the ( ''- ,
having fun they are still wide.armed
as I would imagine Putnam Chamber
of Commerce and Committee of 100 re- .
jitterbugging What a pity the maestro would do, throws AFTER .. .
cently came up with an economic study on the feasibility of BANKING HOURS '
our kids have to stand in one his head back in sheer ecstasy, . . ... :, ,;
creating a bargeport facility "near the eastern terminus of .
spot and have chills and fever. and steps off cloud B right Into the cross-Florida barge canal." Use our Hanking: Letttr Drop
The voices of Kay Starr and orbit. His feet never leave
The list could and These
go on on people are on the
Eddie Arnold sold a million the ground. move. \ Conveniently located out ido the Walnut Street

records and they sound as Personally I will not give It was a fluke, a very, very happy nuke that Johns-Man- door of the Bank
great today as they did yester
you subway fare on the Brooklyn
vllle ever came to Oreen Cove. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
day. There have been a lot Local for all the longhair
and Ira Koger chairman of the board of O P. Woodcock
of imitators, but only one "InkSpots" music in existence. Although I
brought them in to look at the industrial park. They
and certainly one "Mills' consider it quite u fetching r
decided against the industrial park and by a happy fluke
( Brothers, and moat certainlyone as "All-right, All-right All- .. '\
happened to see the property owned by John Preston Hall
Elvis Presley right!
a murky field with a 12-foot alligator in the middle of It Telephones: "
There are no new Dean Martini Which only adds to one ., '.
up ,0, .
But lightning U not likely to strike In the same place '. ;...' I
Kate Smiths, or Slim conclusion. I ain't got enough ::
Whltmana. moxie to appreciate the 8th again.The ? 2S4-3W9 284-3051 j.';,x
buildings at the Industrial park that mere being considered F _,
Out of the Limey end of the movement of Vasclll Ala Ironl .hor
as a Job Corps training center . barracks mess ,
globe came a group of young vitch and I'm not cool enough I '
hall hospital etc. not be :
are going to attractive to any
men with haircuts borrowed to dig the Beatles. 1(
worthwhile company. They would only be attractive to the :
from their sisters and with Like I said : .
sort of facility that we might have had. Congress 4-9583 "i !.
as much talent as a Job Corps his own kick going and this '.: .' r
applicant. They caught on fas is what makes horse racing! (Continued On Page 4) ueBtber "J.Tt I '

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I :Green Cove Socials Graduates of Miss Watkins School I Clay County ,ServicemenAirman I

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Mrs Harry Perlman lain Atlanta Mrs. Gladys Phillips returned I Apprentice CharlesT
: this week on a buying last week from a three weeks Manharl; TJ8N, son of Mr.
trip. While there she will also visit .with friends In New Or ...:i". '" and Mn Walter a Manhurtof
.attend the graduation of her leans. :"IIi Orange Park, has departed et
nelce, Miss Phyllis Carter Norfolk for a two-month cruisein

Mn Harry E. Wood of Tallahassee \. ...z" ''. the Caribbean, while servingas
Lt. and Mn Charles R Get l. spent the weekendat "-L- a crewmember of the attack .a, ,yytu"at w ,
fer and their son Corey left the Qul-81-Sana Hotel While : carrier US8 America .. v
on Monday after spending aev. here she visited her slater Mrs. During the cruise the America rA.w
enl days with Mrs. Bessie Geiger Sara Bardm Hallock and other /"';' will visit the port of St. Thorn r
and other relatives here friends. as, Virgin Wands and will\ operate I
They continued their drive to from the V. S aval Stationat .
California by way of Washington Mr. and Mn Robert Gravely Ouantanamo Bay, CUba. yq..wc
D. C.. when they will visit I have had u their guests Mn
'Lt Oelger father, CoL A. B Grsvely's sister and brother-in- Chief Gunners Mate Walker

Geiger X7.SM.CLt. Qelger I law,.Mr and Mrs.,C. H- Kersey R. Bowman, U8N, husband of
leaves soon for duty in the Far i of Toscumbla, Ala. \ .' .. .4i. the former Mary R. van der
East where he will fly the P4''B -----", ...' "'" ....'" ,, Maaten of Green Cove, was A c

Phanto mTwo Jet Fighters: Lee Allan Dover, Jr, son of -. .. ,.. commended for his outstanding 4k1'tf
for the Marine Corps His wife i Major and Mrs. Lee Dover performance of duty and au I I
and son will reside In California spent the weekend recently perlor leadership while servingas ,
during his overseas tour of' with James Bolvln In order to : I a crewmember or the dostroyer ;, wk.t .
duty. attend the Green Cove Spring : ," / U83 Jonas Ingram, t,
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Junior High School Athletic "1 .c while operating at Ocho Rios N.e, ,litdlb,
Mr and Mn Dan Shaw;haveas I Banquet Lee now attends i Jamacla. Bowman entered the etUM Lax r/
their guests Mr. and Mn school In Gainesville as Majjor service In August, 1800
George Pearson of Greenville, Dover la Instructor of ROT '"' .( 1M
. J' Tony Dennis Smith
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at the '
University of Florida. '
. 'j Airman Second Class PalmerR.

; ; ., ,, Ogden Jr., son of Mr. and Tony Bonnell'Smith, son of
: .,. Orange Park, has been Mr,
.I and Mrs. Hugh Smith, of
sted from a special Green Cove, has been released
14' : :.:it.: cations electronics rradU'1 I from active duty after four

594uLOANERS : . Lowry AFB, Colo yean In the Marine Corps.-
Airman Ogden, who \
.Wo:: :, "' During the past )'t'arCpl..
;. 1\\\ port for duty at Air Force Smith was assigned to Okinawa .
Headquarters In Washington, and made several visits to
attended the University of FlorIda : the battle areas of Viet 'Nam.He .

: plans to enter St. Johns
: River Junior College In' September
ALL CLEANING DONE ON PREMISES Marine Private First Class .
Five keys and two girls were graduated last week at (LL te r,) I Barry Asble, Alma Meek. Howard Altman, Bonnie Robert W, Knowles son of Mrs.
All Clothes: Green Cove Watkins School Diplomas were to have been Bryan, Michael McKee Miss UUIan Watkins headmistress, Louise Knowles of Green Cove, I
Pro Spotted Mildew Proofed handed oat by County School Superintendent Jesse P. Dayton Wilson. aalutaterlan, and Duncan Lawrence Groner, Is participating In an Interna Cadet Joseph N G Dol" ".
Tynes, Jr, thoeih he failed le whew ap. Shawn above are, HI, valedictorian. tlonal exercise called Operation son of Mr, and Mrs. Emlle L.
I Bolvln, of Green Cove, la scheduled
Moth Proofed Cleaned and Pressed Fatrgsme III In the central
J CHURCH NOTICES I GCS Garden Club Holds Annual I Mediterranean and on the Island I to depart the U.. S. Air
Ne Extra Charge For BanquetThe of Corsica May 1628, I Force Academy mid June fora
I summer study tour of Air
while aboard the guld-
CHRISTIAN SCIENCESOCIETY Oreen Cove Springs Oar been organised for twenty Vera Gravely, secretary; and ed missile cruiser U88 Little : Force, Army and Navy InatalUtlons ..
; den Club Thursday yean Mrs. John lI.ndl'lcki, treasurer i across the nation .
..'am met on Rock i
Cor. E. Houston St. A
N. Magnolia Are May 20, at the VIA for the Three Founders' Club mem- I' One of the highlights of the I Thirty.four merlcan and 58 I Cadet Bolvln, a graduate of
ben were honored for their i evening was a very unique fain French ships are participatingIn Clay High School, ls a memberof
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Annual Banquet and Installs
faithful service during these Ion show by Mesdames Emory: the exercise, along with the academy class of '08
OPEN FLORIDA lion of Officers for the ensuing twenty yean These were Mn Cooper, A. D. Duck, M. B. Argo, ground troops from the two I The Cadet Indoctrination
fs May St. INS year In the absence of the W W. Ivey, Mn IJllle Ban John Hendrlcks and Perry countries United States Ma will Include a comprehensive,
fE Subject president Mrs. Mack Carley, net], and Mrs. A B. Reid. Norwood rifles of the 2nd Battalion, tin tour of the mlssle complex at

: COIN OPERATED ANCIENT AND MODERN Mrs J. A. Parker, vice preal i Mn D O Froahee, Sr., Mrs T. J. Williams former Marine Regiment are taking Vandenberg AID, Calif, and.
NECROMANCY, alias MES dent, presided at a short bust' new District IV Director from District IV Director from Jack part, along with the French I flying with Ir Force combat
F MERISM AND HYPNOTISM. ness meeting, giving the Various Jacksonville, was the Installing sonvtlle was a guest Thirty forces. Franc la providing ready aircrews. In addition to
i DRY CLEANING DENOUNCEDA chairmen opportunity to reporton I officer Those Installed for the members of the Green Cove troops from the Group Fusiliers extensive Army briefings at Ft. -'
, the yean work. 1883-1888 year were Miss LouIse Springs Garden Club were pr,'. Dee Marina Commando, Group Bennlng, Ga., he and his classmates I
eordlal Invitation la extended Mn W, W.Ivey gave a short 1 Batten, president, Mrs. ent The next meeting be In Tactical Assault and French I will spend three days at
i Mi Nertfc Orange A..... GREEN COVE SPRINGS A'I I'
to attend ear Mf\*, history of the club which has D. Duck, vice president: September Foreign Legion sea studying naval operations.


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A Ballroom For C vary: ffoiful*' LITTLE LEAGUE BESCITSLast
Commencement Speakers (Continued From Page 1) ( Week of First Half) CHURCH MAT REVIVALSTARTS 30 'family of Rufus w,
Parker wishes to
'Discotheque Fad Is Bonanza For Won Lost thank bJa
Whey David Cnnagln ton of Mrs. Margaret Cunagln Is ClAY HIGH GRADUATES The Pentecostal Holiness many friends for their klr
'valedictorian of the class; and Lester Devere Curlew, Jr. Portable Dance Floor Manufacture t!r Bender Mtrs. ,..II.. .T 1 Church In Green Cove Spring ness during his long ( *
Members of the graduatingclass .., .S 2 illness
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son of Mr. Curlew and Mrs. Alb Cnrless Is salatatorlan. E ,, wTww Chancy Cafe will hold a revival starting and
are: e rMer ... .4 especially to Doctor
.. Glenn
Cunagin an Eagle Scout with two palms played on the Coca-Cola .r. Sunday evening, May 30, at *,;
Robert Akers Linda Ashe, .. ... .3 5 and the staff of
football team for three years and was a member of the J. P. Revels ... 7:30: o'clock, and continuing Clay Memory
Margaret Ann Bailey, Betty t .,., 5
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Beta Club. He Is headed for Florida State University Burlington ,. nightly Hospital for their acts of devotion
Joan Batten, Glenn Bauer, ... .. 3 5 < -
A Son
J. P. Hall and
Curlew recipient of numerous scholastic awards at the'high The Rev. Ralph Morgan at his death.
Robert Burke, Terry Carlisle
school Is signed. up to to to St. Johns River Junior Joe Barry will be the preachers.
Alice Carter, Kelly Chapman, Reathy Parker
College Others In the graduating class are |! The public Is Invited to at and
Sherrl Clevinger Walden Coon, SUBSCRIBE NOWI! family.It's .
Alan Allbrltton Bette Jo Allen tend.
Wanda Faye Corbln Carl Cross-
Janet Almand, Marvin An Linda -
f Knight Barry Kryspln
ley, Howard Dales, Elizabeth
derson Jr., Georgia Bagwell a aat =
Harry Lastlnger Melvin Lau- Daniels, Allen Denmark Ron. "" "1rS4t' =
John Bannister Janice Bardln derdale, John LeSage Carla i
aId Denmark. Michael Eichorn, } "'
Ardlth Beauchamp Lazonda Long, Patricia Love Allen Maclejewskl Henry Ennls, Janls A"gellneEbchuk

i Bellamy, James Brozek James Henry Mangham, Michael Fields, Ja
Burroughs, Joy Callahan, Ronald Manning David Me- nice Fletcher, Laura Foster
Cheryl Campbell, James Cercy, Caffity, Ruth McLaughlin, William Cranford Forrest Galley Carolyn IllegalFOR
\ Myra TUlman-Clark. Whitney Sharon
Mldgett Midgett
Garrard, Park OIlier,
Cotney Carolyn Crews Terina Frederick Miller, Thomas Murphy -
I Tlmm Geiger Jean
Crutchfleld Deanna Davis, Di- Tom Nelson Donald
Old- Gibson, Dennis Joe' Gilbert
I anna Darlene Donnell, Saundra field John Oldfield Elizabeth Henry Givens, James Ooolsby, FMINNEAPOLIS

Phillip Densmore Duke Robert Judy Duncan Douville Peeples Pangle, Sandra Jr., James Padgett Powell, Arlin Hall Sherry Walter Diane Grant John, Annabel Heath ANY PERSON OR PERSONS TO ENGAGE IN

da Duncan,Suzette DuPree Jr"j I Thomas Price Jr., Sara Pope Charles Helm Jr., Joe Hum. "Discotheque" Is a new word In the English
zanne Early Beverly Carol Stewart-Wright Leonard phreys Pat Hyland Michael language -hard to spell even harder to pronounce but its programmed

John Richard Fink, Allan I Rlngler, Roselyn Roberts, Edgar Ralph James, Donna Faye fad followers stereo from music coast has to coast caught the fancy of America's dance BUSINESS UNDER A FICTITIOUS NAME UNLESS
Oeorglna Oattl
i Rowe Jr., Lee Schlomer Jamil. Wanda Dene Jefferles, And, for at least one manufacturer Slco, Inc.. Minneapolis,
Oall Oonce, Rose Graves Martha Michael Shumaker James .
Wayne Johns Guy Jones Wil discotheque Is the sweetest
Graves, Lester Habben Simmons Michael Skinner, bur E. Jones. Clyde Kennedy music ever played on the thing. Speak of an 'affluent THE NAME IS REGISTEREDREAD
Norma Hallenbeck, Patricia Alex Slaughter Danny Splvey, firm's cash register that Is. American society'-many of our
in Alice Kathleen Kenney,
Slco makes portable dance floors" ,
orders letter to Indicatea
by seem
Hanley, Kenneth Harris Thomas
Stephen Smith Sharron Snyder
Johnny Knowles, Marshall ;j i and these seem to be a popular family yearning. for private
Heard, Virginia Hendrix, Carolyn Taggart. Robert Knowles Jr., Nancy Mary component of the"la" tiling with ballrooms THIS FLORIDA LAW
Virginia Henry, Franklin Her discotheque At rate, virtually .
Taylor, Bonita Thomas. Gary Knowles.Larry Lancaster Kenneth I any But a dance floor businesstbat
rington, Martin Hill Wayne Thomas, Oena Timmer San LaRue. I overnight, BIco is swamped bad begun brisk started to .*>

Houghton, Robert Hume Horace dra Van Gundy, Nicholas Ware Gary Looney, Stephen Lowe orders.T with .hundreds of dance floor bustle Jackpot-! A and nationally then came known the "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to engage

Hutchinson, Jr., Kenneth Charles Ware Jr., Angela Watson Melvin Lumpkln Kay Malone, "o years ago, Slco, was sit : Chicago vending machine and under fictitious name aa herein defined, without
Jackson, Oall Johnson, Daphne Martha Weatherford, Susan Joseph Marsh, Sharon Martin tins around minding Us own jukebox manufacturer seroed In In business as herein
Joins James Johnson. Weigel, Patricia Whitehead business a healthy and respectable on the discotheque erase and and unless said fictitious lame shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit court
John McGee, James McPeak.Eva .
$f million annual busl- announced It would supply all
Michael Jones, Thomas Kart, Robert Wilkinson Larry Miles Eleanor Mitchell, arts-turning out mobile table- the essentials, pre-packaged for of the county where the principal place of business la, with registration than consist
\ Robert Kemper, Sharyn Kent, Zinns. Charlotte Moody, Gerald Moo sUng and staging equipmentfor "Instant night clubs" It chose
schools hotels and InstltnUoaa. Slco's dance floor as part of Its of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by all Interested persons, stating
dy, Marsha Jean Murphy Nancy
POTLIKKERContinued Tben somebody In research unusual kit
( From Page 2) Jean Newell, Philip Nichols, and development deter. It includes an "automated dla- under oath the names of all those Interested In the business enterprise, the extent
Peggy Ann Outlaw Janet Marie Ja4 that hotels might be a cotheque" (extraordinary stereo said business la carriedon.
So, what is the plant Is It simply to sit back and await Parker Patsy Patton. Carolyn rood market for a portable dance phonograph system with assorted of the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under which *

the arrival of the president of General Motors or Westinghouse Pearson Eddie Ptpi, Door that could b. easily set upI records which sound likea Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring to engage
or some other company of the quality of Burlington Motions over carpeting and live band), table tents, nap
Johns.Manvllle Ronald Phillips, Donald Prater tiered away. compactly in a caddy kin., outdoor sign' w.IHo.floor In bnslnese under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their Intention
or or will we In the meantime (and it could
Sylvia Reed, Derryl L. Rbodm. Then not In use. The edu- screen panels Illuminated with
I be a long meantime) go out and sell what we have. Larry Rlgdon, Patricia River. rated gaM was right, and the black lights and of course, to register said flcltlous name at least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive weeks
Would it not be well to sell the buildings at the base, market was brisk the portable dance floor
where said registration Is to be
I Carolyn Robson. Kay Rupert,, In sore newspaper as defined by law In the county
to give (for free I mean) fine of This "kit, incidentally, must
I some company a piece \ A year later with a sudden
Frank Salvonik Don Scott,I be one of the bulkiest ever mer.ehandl.ed. than not be the clerk of the circuit court.
made and said registration accepted by
clean land, and to use all we can raise in advertising and Helen Snellgrove Janice Snipe.,J renewal of popular dancing, It enables the small
I teenagers (and others well
development of the property past cafe owner for Instance, to except upon receiving proof of such publication
Carol Ann Spearman, Gtorrri I their terns) started rhythmic
Would it not be well for some of our citizens who are called profit from the drinking and eating .
Kj-rsaoaa. the Watusl and
I Swanson Edward Taylor RUaTurner \ ,
close to Governor Burns to go to him and to explain our Drag at hone as well as in In- invariably accompany

lacadalsical active support( attitude in bringing toward the in another Job Corps topnotch and to enlist company his Eileen ,Weaver Patricia, Rose Ann Weeks Vane,, erg tlJI\a1'5ko bistros started and letting Juke an spots la-, ,Watusl.foxtrot dancing and twist to the waits., and stimulating the less tiring Frug, IF YOU ARE ENGAGED IN BUSINESS UNDER ANY

Jimmy Wells, Patricia W..J1a..1Bennie IOKJM of orders from
with unexpected Back to Slco, which Is
like Burlington and J M, proven products and earnings .enures. doing
? Wheeler, Lorraine Jean', some kind of dance all Its own,
Wicks Ann Carol Williamson. 'La.t Christmas says Sico reorganising to meet demands NAME OTHER THAN YOUR OWN AND HAVE NOT
I believe that John Hall Q. I. Roberts and one or two Dale Wilson, Sharon PrwMtat Kermit H. Wilson, for dance floors: "I always won. ,
other citizens of Green Cove who know the Governor could \\1fIJ.1 **w man was heavy with re- dered about those Jula.hoop
get together and take the ride to George Wise. I wu and it seemed that half manufacturers, lays Wilson,
and to remind
him that In the first parents country were "and how they handled it when HAD THIS
County gave him the giving their kids dance floors as the erase hit. the orders ,
greatest percentage plurality of any county (Including Du- Say Toll Head It in presents Sociologies who study mounted and the profits were
val)) In the State. TIIK CltKSCKXT: the mores of the people," hesays largely hypothetical until Je-
-- -- -- "have their work cut out Hrery. Now I know; you Justdon't BE GLAD TO GIVE YOU ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION
for them this dance
on floor
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Need A Good Car? School Board FavorsContinued AS TO WHAT YOU SHOULD DO

( from Page 1)

Can't Get child classroom toilets, faculty a post held by Tynes
? clinic, heating, cooling and \ until his election last fall to

storage rooms. be county superintendent. Mrs.
If you have had! credit problems} I can got you finnnml! in n good School board property on Me- Eleanor Rupert was named assistant Clay County

used! car. If you have i$100.00() or more down payment und u otciuly! Intosh Avenue, Orange Park, principal.
income will be sold to the Town of
you can I
Orange Park at the appraised Say You Head It t in

See Dare for A Deal at , value of $2,500 providing the TIn: CRESCENT: : -- -.- .. .. -- -. - .
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transfer of the property ffl - --000-000 000-000 oOomNEW'

Kingsley Motors George W. Dunnavant was '

named principal of the Charles Exclusive

I 2 Blocks North of tho' Light' ''1 m Ornngo Park I'liono 4-512H E. Bennett School, succeedingTom ,
Smith mho has been '
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SERVICE MARINA Realtorotf No. < Plaintiff or Plalnllirs attornsy, Continued From Page 10)
Tear of issuance: July I. luG
whoss name and address I.:
Wd Repair AO Brand RENTAL 6 SALES Name In which assessed: ..... Smith Klllot and Bchwal, III \
Servicing Clay County Boatyard -tr ACREAGE ft LOTS Its Thomas.Description. Barnatt National Hank liutldlna, or KOHkCtoatHB' seth NOTICENotice
of Property! Part Jncknonviils .. .Inrld. act later ,
For Sixteen Yean MERCURY: Rcatdentlal Commercial ot Lot f. Block III. Palmer 'than. Juno 14. ml.If KNOW ALL MEN by 1kmprususto ,
Ferris. Tract .. '11..r..o..r.., on5i0 1 It hereby given that the lat of June 1889
rso. In 1)0.4 you fall to da us. doorao pro on day ,
I lass seT as, bu. ".01. M.ali.i.r
Orange Park Ph. Z44H45FULLERTON'S SALES SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS btotrial Bock 14 psa-. II*. confesao will bo ntrd acalnit I II
Csrttflcat, No. I I for dhla Iris Nuiiur family at GreeD Cove Springs County ot Clay State ot Flortda'taZ
Serving Greater day CovntyNotary : Tame of IssuanrsJuly I. U.O you lbs roll.f dsmandi-d In oiti*. ana ins M Millar n<* ,

PublIePHONE N.m.Hsrpr.I In which ......04: Jimmy i the Tti complaint..: natur ot said suit being Urana wits. illS far Hi,,.nway rlorida lli.Iliad nway, .Ii.., sale) certificates wlU be told on the following described land to

Wet Dry Storage for 'or"'o.II' .r mortgage rs-
stutvd and daiiversd to ontMlUusiassa
t4 N. Onnre AT. ,Marino Ways 114-lttl I. Peerription Flamlnco' ro orProp..I.r. A Kub-dlvl.lon,: Lot corded the official In Vol Records 41, face.f l'4.Clay!I of Administration anAisncy pay the amount due tor Will herein let oppoalt the lame, together
Offlr of ths United II.....
">f Part 0' I'slmer
S porn. ,
Green Cow Spi. IIC.CHe VS. HIGHWAY IT SOUTH ... uc.uu Tract par C.rtlflc.l.Put. Book I' IT County the. prop.rty Klorlds proc.edad tho d.ocrlptlonof against tats pur.uant. Cou to.. 'I H.otlons'III. 'a.J..u.111 ...tsi with all coat of such sale and all advertising In the

ACCO'Dl'n'ING I Orange Park Phone 4-tUS I Orange ATO. 8. at Bar 8kOroM Tame of iMuanrst July I. IOU lain being property as follcwsi.1I1I.t., All and that being ser.ocordlna |., a certain promissory noto UU following S stands for lection; T for township; R for
in tho sum of U..a.1a..4 actvtslit
Name |> which assessed Grace
: in Clay County, Vtorida a ,
C*ve SpHmgt mar. chatt.l> morlM.S-a. which
Thorn and A
rang number
INSURANCE particularly described a. follow.; acre,
of r.iord In Official Itsoord
are '
REED ACCOUNTING bait Description of Lot 4.of Block Properly 4* 0"': :: Lot 8. Ulocll I.U"II I. DE.. tick No. II, ...... Hi; and also, '
UPHOLSTERY Cove Horln... 1.A.1R. ; to Plat r.. one csrtala sui>uimnlsl chattel Ueaerlpllen see Twp Ns A. .Most ....... "... TAO
corded In Fiat Hook I
Paces 0,0115... dcliii "
"pt.mb.r II.
AMD FRANK Tear r.rilflc.t. No. It II and IT, public records of 1054, rw.grdd: la OffIcial. "..,ON LG.I'II* NU Sf Ut
mono of I..USHP: July I. 1M
Clay County, Florida. .. 14
TAX SERVICE A I UPHOLSTERY w.Srir.d"whlch. .....".d- N. H. with all structure and UiioH'urel.d. tt, pans lit 'h.$07,OUlu.all uoeumants ot II. Branch City I.ung.. .. Will Frank

LUle Kenney Owner Imprcrsm.nts now and ".r.. iii IIoins 'U' ".11
Circuit Court ilsrk County
Special Agent l> of
11* MagnolIa Avenue rlr."ftj'.e' Prop.rtyf Pan after on said land and Ih. rents
1 N. Orange Are. Oreen Cove of Lot II., North Hub.urbs lasusa, and profits of the abov Florida) and ;
laonraswe Hth. rsroaaal ....... Green COT Sprints ss r.o. In [> sd Book I, d.aerlbod and all fix. ttfc.Kh.Aa, dsfault has b.. I
Tel I properly m.d. in and prformanua .
2144721Personalize4 Pa.. 441. LKOAL icoTIca.AlahltRThahCET LKQAL '
W4-I7I4 urea now or h.rsaftsr Bttarhsd NOTICal
Complete Inawaneo under said and
note mort
Coverage (C.rtlflral No. II
] ServicesAccounting to or used In connection with the ..
Ycer of Issusnmt July I, 1141 . demand ha. bnra mad.ire .
u LIFE FTRK AUTO FURNITURE: Nams In which assssssd: Jam*. In premises addition 1 hereto th.reto d.sorlbsd th follow1ndMKrlbsd and full ....7m...&. and said In* Sub Maul kEttlEs: ron MIDI
WORK P. Torrlbls xrunionts are subject ta tors* 1. .*.1... will be ..
CANVAS propuaals r
& Tax HOMEOWNERS: .erlpiloa of ssivsd by the txiard of fubliuInstruvtiun
MORTGAGE LOANS BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS 4. lilnrk IS nro Property Cove Hprlnis Lot ars. and shall .bs NUT1CB II HEIIKBT: : GIVEN: uf Clay County, of Clay: County ria will
Returns lo bs futures clerk
and Part of bid. tko cities of
a Ih. In
All that, pur.uant 9-1k. and UrsoB aorept
SLIPCOVERS MADE: of .Id property |,. In realty powsr Cons ..rln. florid, lorlurmskintt
are a of the of Circuit: Court
HOSPITALIZATION and portion of Clay County.
authority cuntaln.d In .
r.r lie ths aloes.0.ovribed
nty cf Or.., Con 11,1..... security for lbs ail msisrlal' and lauor until
Funiturt rinrlris." In.iruments, In Tills Icr the sue celmh A.M. on Juaa
ef 5 els.
Business Firms & Fhonei Green C... M4-U4S aNew t'ni.s. such eertlflcst.s. shsll .herein mmtlonsdHiA : II, Unllsd MtalKS Co..., Msttlon room., Itand ouit* and ionS, Ic. 1141, for the Is.tallatlon of

Individuals JtcUonrUlo SSI-MIS with the Old ComfOrt'C. ... redeemed according la law. No. Whirlpool HR luau Rant ibId 114 (b), and In Till. II, Cuds tf Mulls suUillon at th. Urang Tub.lli Aluminum doors In Clay

the property <.....'I .4 In su<'brertlflrstrs 0'.d.rai ltogulatlutm.- Setiun IsrM Jr-Hr Iliak a\, UisnseI'arh. County Courthoueo. Mpscltlc
A. HUMMEL will be soM.. to the Rt.wart Model Warner No T-TIR Wall Furnac. Snail Huun: ( ,.. Admin.for . tin, dsaurlbed; In the fo)> lion will h* furnlshsd by the
LaUit.s highest blddsr at ths lull i.tratlon Mortgas.e. will offor lowlnsr spsiKflvslitin. ol iced Cl.rk: of Clreull Court OaF
11. Tr.uhIw I City Nuton. Mood 1"... and Lightover .
MILK DELIVERYW.D.Morris door on .hs final T....".' .f... Hen. aal. to the "hla-heat"biiider project.. AU bide ai. In bs *j.ursaa.d County'
the tint Otonda. In tbs month ElectrIc for rash In and upon Ika promt. to Ihs Hoard uf .'...'11. 1 h. Hoard of County Commls
Vote Ilssl.r Mcd.l .
CA KEY'SFLORIDA Take Less .. In whlih Mortisior now ao... ln.trut.llon rf slcnsrs rs.erve ths riant ta r*
Don 5041. nOtch I. thu ilk Hay iuuniy,
No. 10
d/.J: dut Its bualn .. : lent any nr all bill.,
Dealt ,,.. 141 Venetian Illlnds ; namnlyi III! Union Love Nurlna. slorlua All
TRADERS When You Can Get //ton Z.II..., WITNKNH! hand and thssi MUhway IT (manes fark, Mori-. htda mu.t bs in tho hsnds uf ths TUB ltiiARl..> nr COUNTY
rirrk of the City my da, at or about II:00 Noon on Hoard nut Salon .'... ("OMItIIMI4It :orr.1t8
ofiresa .. of said Court at tIe'., Cove man 4 wit '
Green CM Satta** hulls BAXLEY TRIM SHOP Cove Sprln.., rlcrl- Kprlnas, KlorMs till. loth. day Jane I |Inca. the lueaday. Juno II. I.... CLA Y lleorae 41)1 NTII U'('. .
bellowing d ri" ,
rlbd .
a ..
d*. 0' Mar. A D p.rsonal I s.a 'h 01.lo..I.d ., .bs at. : :
II E. Fab. *** I& Tel. SS4SSMAnUejwM loll property, Cl.rk of Circuit Court
DistrIbutor to-wlti;
1-11, I*. IT. . \ by a osrtlflad chockt'aysble ,
Idlewtld and West St.. ,lX:>t IIT HRAtnrnnnn: .> l-C.h tl.Ml.lrr, N.tlo..1d I...>. IT
8. Orange Avon.. iaiiuuli0lhunelly 10 thu _

Tet U4.M44 All Milk Greea Cor Sprlnfa I.. THIS CICCIST COIN? t'" Clink 1 of Cirruft. Court ). 1 ll.slnl.r No. tl.11.4 Company iCCX*, ,.'Ia....,rd'runty of I'ubiiu'iun'vinine Cons Sptine.. IM'" TUB nun IT rot'NT. or
Sips Vivian II
Jersey $ohmbepuir
Phone. IIC.IS'S11rIlOLITEay I A.i, C0. city oteyy'' Cll H'K-1. Serial N... ITII.I P'ioftda. or A bld.I.,'. 1It.4 eon- TIIM PMHMTII, Jl'1114 141.IH4 .
Orange I'ark "LOa.... su'"
Btandlng Bead Tel U4-CUY For 5.. n'" THS rinrriT ro4>wT orcLay -Alr.Condlllnn.r (Nesting I'uiillo Inatrupllun ol hap COM... <'LA v i ui'HVl'ICIIV M rv. n on i DA.IM .
5it-U-4 and Air Conditioner), L.n- ly, blorlda$ I In ( .
(Can A Furniture" ) (01 MTV, riONlUA an antuunt sqa.S
Jacksonville "0.. Nodal No. *H-40>4}
M"A-" to k
nile WILLUklttUfUUII .AVINUtf I.. CHANCERY: ? % ul ih* nwsiinuin bid|
Eluding A MUM ... HOME DELIVERYCALL 22 Yean Experience UANK. a v ri. rsiwa. ft a. ......,I I-.rl.1 M.otrlo.l: Nn. price.: In IK* a p rut.'...i Is bat U r.i Petition tf O.orsWIs.
lUmtlli VIHOINIA FAT CULLRT.: AIling Marhln. uml.t.temI. or II a propo.s plan J.nnlnis for Adoption .,
TeL 171m4WB Free EiUmaUa Vh ruiniirt. Victor" Model No. 1I.14. I. ....'.I.I.d. and a eiinalfo.'iiuim Minor

TRADE IN ANTTHTNO Plck.l'p A Delivery MAuitkN IJUNALU MONTELLHrATHICIA : I-Nodal Nallonsl No 11.7111 Ca.h oir'onment ,ii en.cutod end oaatinfo'tcry NOTIfMTo
144-e.4. or H4-JU4 sad COM.RT, ..onU"'I"". bllll" I
OF VALVE Work Guaranteed A. Wo.NTtU.IC.: hi. lisfendanlMO Modal... ..illT. """' Portal No la furnl.h.d by Ih. ouu..*..fui Holier liean llow.r
...,. 'run or aur I-MI"or. bldilsr. Ih. chsth. or Illlhwsy CIVoii.uauom.
1'.ndan.' TUB 8TATK or YU''A-T'I'' I 4 ft I In. I ft bund will bs returned In iamb. ., Indiana
NtiricH or BUT JlillN WALIMIN' rtHJ.Kt: l-dmc'tit.oi-Mirrors I ft I I... u t ... In.I..re111I./ .. a period uf thu.I You sre nollflsd thai

TIIK STATS OP fLUIUUA.-Tel. ./,. Chart. Weaver creSt tubular ret. lsth. I lull ,I.,. I..r'.r Ii thu I'.lltlon.r (bone Wlnaloa J...
VVAltllsN, UNALU Mu.1laU.M Keen Muiinlsln.lrelnla. rsv.rrd rheira I bidder. furnl.h.d same. _, kins, has filed a politics In limO
and toil ANN MrHKfir" NOTI. Jkalrs U .Uh union I. lha suinsMful bhl.l.r will bs shovS'Sirl'd Court fur Iks adop
.. riKII thai suit ha. been .. t-T"o..r. *h". '.."'.' .lladn.arm required |o .n'., .
rATiticu A. )tuNt.a....., a fll | chair Into a ron. INin sf Ih. minor ahatd name Illuhsrl
ADSFOR .If.. ...''n.1 y"OJ In Ihs nhovo snlltlnd I .Iruillon ..' with Ihs liean Kio.r J,. and
CLASSIFIED 411 Wept Mali .U.., ....... and you .m ......b' ,.. "-nov.rsd whit loath.r.ll.. Hoard of Publm In.lruittlun .., you ore r* North Adam. Ma*.aiBU. 111'1' .lItr.. a. ocr.. spin plistifna1100ev 1I-"lInn.' chair. ,'1., ('''lIn., "'Iorlola. In a penal on Iks ISiS
Vsu are .,..., aollfl.4 : *II,... ..n'. and s'S.'S "' 4 r. f Word sum of nat I... than Ihs ma*|. j r,13.I..n': : and .how causa
a sill .ham bass fllxl ... '.. .....a. ...,..... ysur wril.l.n IbO.-.Windiw; 'ylnnT4I Pt. mum riintr.rlor. prh.. .h, lalil p.llllon .hruld, Nat 1..roul..l .
ire I. A.. above saluted ua..e. d.,....... Ir .nv.-- .-. .1... bill Hho 1>1.,1.- '. 5. 1'h. ".".mac.rc.. ... .h.- ei.hl kv ..,rln.. a onpy of
of romptaint in s.ld pelt; t-rl aol. la '.).rl oil .bids. ; waiv ..... .
aid that p." .r. II....., re.eaSes'S *opy si I... a II In. and la your wrllisn d.t. or sb.IOKIIUII.
I. file pser with of Chick Is delivered to you Iron Wrouchi' minor Irresulariil.a ur .. run to sail .....,,110.. If any
SALE LOST A FOUNDFe.nd BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES! th. turk of thlt cturr'snPUIslirr. : to h.r.wilk. .n before Jur. Ii' '-t ft. 4 l'I."la 1I1..d IIllId. Ihnoieh .inamivorlanone upon Thuma J, Illver attorney
In. II
..rn a.upY .h..f wren the A l'I. I 945Ilerelu u I IA. Wrought Any aurh"irresiiilar .. .r pa, I'tiliasse I : :'. 9 Non IIilrsin
j fatS' not sr ........ liireley 'Ian" errors mut ,.. sorrrld l'nVO Florida.
.lIon., .. pro o. lhn lmmnlu.o.
FOR SALEI Three bedroom Boat. Owner mast I RESTAURANT FOR LEASE and ....Ire.. Iii, w II a aeIsim. ....'...0 wliI' be .,ten.d ...In.1 1-Stand"'". l>u>lk l".elBy r.P... In whhh Ih.y uv.urcr1. lied,. and Vy fifinif "ins srivinai

hoses, one block west of Illf bRebooL Identify and pay for this advertisement. I River View Restaurant with or IIHYANT. rXKKMAN. ,.... for ths ,.11.. prstsd In ti,. 1-4. B II' Psvhoard and to tO. et.miitioo o f any1 hereof with Ihs Clerk of sold
HICIIaKt'MUN bill f ..
WATMOM rnmnlalntTUB ... rnn.truillon ..t'.1 whhh may Court I olhsrwl.., a "...r.* may
14* frontage on Boa- Francis 0I -.. ..t.... motel. 2 mIles north III Slant t9Iidieg IIIA1thtE tip. airi srI? 1-.. II' .11.. rtl.t.lay nh.lin. | I I.. .* thrnn. II. ..1.,.. panling .al" slop.I .
Jarkonlll. .. Floridaml IIKl'tl 91)11 di aliens anil ri.nlh.r Tl "aboard display I I'lsns' and ......1'10..11..... I linn
aeentar A II*) feet may
.. by
"" West Cove Street, Oreea Coy. GSC at Black Creek on UJ. I..., thin. Juno II. AD. aald' suit ..C. Shut Iks Court t-.w'" 10. oh..I..... In .11. nffie of 'h. WI'.... my hail snd Ihs seat
deep on Weal Street. Oar.,.. Springs, 01*. !-", 12 .20, 27p IT. Telephone GCS ...IUI. '. "or.,.. oral'uies.n'S 0"11I1'1'1. In, wl.,|.4 ft.i ||In m Ion-hl. u _II Arm hll...,. "1.1.:11r"vld: A.I.A" nf said Cnsrl si Orssn tovaMurlnna
If *. III) to land 4rll>.d lint h Arihliscl' IIT "'.,11 .
you 'all. .. Doers a. .MHS. Btrxl. Jaik..onvill. rtiirlds. this Ihs 4lh
Priced .
... TERMS. E..... Pr. Co.t.... will bo ssirrsdssTsls.t of \i.NN:<: sf the MRU of a* Ul.r Formica lop Caah. !!.*. .. Klorl.l. . upon s .....".1' dar nf May. 1141.IP1KAI .

I......... ReaUenr SS Ho.Magnolia rcu for iko r.ll.f d.. lion ... I t loath Han:: I- .1 ft. 4 land In of Ilk s* pee ..,. VIsas d>tH>.u. : .)
HELP WASTED msod.d. fn the. Cumpl.lnl. 14 M.I.: In i lay County, riurli. 51 IonsII. I In wld. will bs returned II""" the r. .1...,.. f. r.rllil.,
(Opposite Yara Mill). ... nature ., paid suit k.lni .. 4..srrll..d I I. Official' lteecrdu "I,. irs hick M"rormll: . turn uf plan' snd spevlflialli na Clerk if Ihs Circuit Court

Telephone SI4-I4JS. S-4Ue RESERVE: LIFE for Iks 'or..I.... of M..".... H;.k II, -.. Its, Public flee 14--limo. If.Sable 'In itnnd ennbttne.d'l.AY 4 by Vivian II 1I..1t"
hELP WASTED I Woman to do INSt'RANCE' COMPANY: ..'_".'1"* the property and of (-lay County, rinrld*: 4 I I rooired h'iy.W'.dpraeiiy i'di'NTr IIOAIIII or I',,,,,,, Cl.rh.
r.miso Irslo4* .. Clay r.OIlIl.! now swned by I". parti.. Ie I* "'" 111.111) 1\IIITIII"'T'or! ': I.I. 11 M ITMoriiM
FOR SAUl Three lots MS honscwork five daya a week. I,. FlorIda. ......, .. fallow.i Ibis' suit in sn ..tais by 1k.I Ianllraty Th- 4' i I1..Mi.'inM OIIKKN: ('11 V III ItritlNllH, -
llff IS, III M-K |o be In plaintiffsallafsrilon prnparly l la |I... <| |'n and. 1. I'. T,.,... ,,
S** each, with metal J*" 11 For Information ahono 214-111 > : UKLLAIIt, in ".*.. ha ,,'.ml... known.. IfMuperlnt.ndest or MLMNelhe
tNt. of k ss
? I. srrardl to fist r.. r .1.1'' for loll is .lonely II'.. that.
S*' gang All fenced In. ...- days. 114711 after I .. Oao of Fferida'a clInt legalreserve carded In list Ik ok C. pa... laud oo4.. aiinrveyI_ I..! .s4 'ItirldaTh I"ahwsy. II. Ursn. Park, '.11. 1.1. .IIIM pursuant in m hull ....,.. of
...... .... . ......_ r -
I .. -
3-2k s d If ot the rurr nl pub v n.r '-- '- -' I fut.olu.ur. ont.r.d In eaus
cain *| mile oat .1 GCS towarda compa'lr. apeclalialnf* .... ,_,d. .f ('*., Cu"..,. .., liahU ,'.hl. msy's'pp.*'. 'n r III.* aforesaid. .ale. will. b* had Tills I.III Mr lbS fIlM umoerd 4HI4. in the Clmuit
I purtm.i of ..hlnlf :
Penney r.,... ..... .. kosplUI., medleal aorclcallacomo Yl.rtda. WITVKM my band and ,lie .,......... lImo I to the the mi rt 'H.p. !. Ci srI sf Clay (\0.. ,,, rlurlil. 1
> M' "'I....) Iko fllawln d*. neat *r .. (IHIFt Ml lf4,f| er sale and rod* IWIIMTt, ......Ill CI. will adS the preti.rly sllual.d Int

Ill-Sill. tIe FOR RENT protection and a full srrlh.d of equipment now loVe ...rl.... Florids. ibla ..hi.4n.a... 4.The lha sfurs afon..nid.Iv.,nti.d In. .......... I lay County: t url..., d...".....
lorated SIlk 4cr 0' ..., A I.. lIce.
in or upon the above In . 5.1
I IC. .
>rep.rir will bs iii| *f
line of life .Insurance IN1CAI.l a"ld on sn ..
FOR SALEs feed Rffrltrralor de4rlb. .d premlos, I..'l ....1.. k.liWAIII:, JTO .Atlt'rJEN:! A let 4* s II f..l ,In the a..ull.part .
TOR REVTi famished pUanlnc aa ettetMlre eu. '"ins "" 11"1' "*"** X.. IIPIflflE: I.. .u1l.11I1.1''", '' without rp.'es.msllnn ..."....... nf I.... t |l-h| I*, It..
'In good ,.114I11.... |.*.*.. SIT a...* "I.rll Ilpeuli court wsrrsnlv or reourspnn I
nr4 l In l l0.od IluimiS *,
Apt, IN Weal Street, .M ....... program and will re- rXMone' Hy Vl>lan H. Mohrn II,. "..4.r.I...... *nd At L tlirMTOIId. ANII I'ril.MUVK : pa'e
Hood, fas aol 141. ,
Spring Street. Fbn 241374. I .1, llakl l..-puly "'1.11 | | In unpaid. ... ..1..,... la..., IlL V Icil ci.: *1114 "11"'*.. North Suburb, tlr.e Cuve
month InrltMllaf' .11.1... mil a Bmited anmber of men :over *vnrlMtrle TltOW,, All J. IIIVMIMAtlnrn.y If ."'. which may I.. nulilan.l MAMin. AlUINsr slAIII ...*. .i>rln...
Water ll-ai.r Mcd.l In. oi.'nt, ....... .... TA I'klitu, .I puklN' .1.! I* Ik. hlah.. and
... 41 Phone GCS SI4-S1IS. lIe to complete ..." No 4* fl. for "I.lnlltrA..wo. 1i' .r.. .
FOR SALEs I Doctor I. ear I're.l may l i.e o M. -_. _-- Niceani Warn., Nail luster doer ., Ik* Hay Cously: Court
arm, I room BOMC, ArUviaa 1. Applicant must be over 21 .Mu4 i tit U 111 I'P.. n.t inViVi" said, sal.PiMAI Iiaruu.V immtiIIOt' as'S 1..1.4 hvu.s
lii Lav I *
..... npnna
.I. .r. tlalm and
say *
MeO. Will sell an or part Call IOR RENT k4room far.oUtml and under U year of .,.. \enetlan *1111.4.M.'i r ( .*. """.... Florida ..._." which ,.... or sitS. ,,., yiorMa, beloeen II cc AM. nnj

owners Orange Park 2(4-4714 .... at Knights Fish 2. Most hate a "mln, deWro frietrratar lit II 1 II Whirlpool C*. ft, It** l-l*. ':. ".|.1' An Asanry. nf the I'ntl.d, .of., you may have aeciont l IS. I--*"AMIIKOIUIK s I'M.' an Juno II III*.
rlsl ....,'..... st. if tliMARH t. P.ACIIT
S-27 Camp, Week Crrrk. For Infermation .. earn IM a day with oar WITNKKI4"'1.' N.,. |,... .M THS) ( '''('11.? I'01 PIT IM ... Allnrney ,In Feet for J tiN. ... ....... Subs .f soldi I. CAHI.Iir.H
in, head sad noah ....... .'. .. l.rk ill Circuit. Court
AMI M Cously iw J < ..
ron 11I11'' el
fI..r lot Mvrri.usilii4. '. d/b/a .1'
..... Ht-UJ. 1.11 day eli qualifIed ...... a, aM Cnsrl at 0..... Cove Irl., -... liar Cu" Hy Vivian, II. bOot
Mlllrr ... hut
IM iiitMtrnr, .U, Ph at of.
Cknrrolrt spines n.. C ... .
FOR SALE IM2 2. $11144 monthly r.araatodearnings tale Ifik day ., May,, '1I1.tsrI Plarlds.. ... onus .. .nd_ ..hnl.i. VHUr. .his, wlfs fl.!'o In She. court ...".. ..( saidrinrid lepsly tl.ra ..tI
.. ....
W.., Needs paint bat la too4rnanin A'.I'Aifr'! "VINtJ' 1111K '- '''001'. r. ."" unv a. II' l'o0. P01mna. .
FOR RENTS Air Co.." ...4mooite to those nko. taaU- llyAftn1 I.' rorimraiIn'' .. I. C.her. f'.n.1 I.., *. *Mki,* .is" .VlrpdVr --- -- -
order fit rash. P.... i CAll!,' ir; "I.I 1011ff, Mnrtsaera miinlka less Ih* tint* if ike 51411 P.NP "\IN 0119T .

GCS $143171. l*a ArlmlnKlratlo' I f'r.i' pukli.stkin of thl,. ......... "' ,, mill

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tie ,Rock.' Ark, received BJS,; training. After, approximatelytwo
A GOOD Cleaner is Your Clothes Best Friend Clay .News Dunbaf High i and BJJ,, degrees..frOm, Payne years Jn t he Navy,',I plan,
? Theological Seminary .tn Wit to pursue :a college, decree In
!" \ berforc;{oh1o. the field, of Electronics"
By rEGQT,OUTLAW News Larry has two brothers In
head of the
He is presently
FABRICS WEAR LONGER the Armed Forces and his father
The school and I wish to Thursday morning when the SENIOR AWARDS DAY department Of Religion at Edward
LOOK BETTER LONGER I say we appreciate the oppor senldrs returned to Classes. Tuesday,-May 18, was' the COMMENCEMENT: Waters College and has is stationed at aalutatorlan.Pensacola.
Sarah Julks is
tunity to write about\ our Clay Congratulations are in order annual Senior Awards Day,'Al ACTIVITIES served In this capacity for four .''
... you SqV MON Y ll High ac vtties. This is the last again for Gary Wise. Gary seniors who excelled in scholarship I Dunbar ,High, School's baccalaureate years She is the daughter of Mr.
article for this school year but bumper cars, walking on the leadership and sportsman services will be held On Monday June 7, 1183, at and Mrs. Mack Julks of Orange
we are happy to say that It will beach eating and burning t ship were recoinl ecL The pros: on Sunday, June 6, 1965 at 8:00 PM.,1n'the T R. Marie Park.
be continued in the fall by Polly There was evidence of this on gram began with a, devotional : 3:00: Pil.. In the T. R. Marie Cafetorium the Dunbar's com 'Sarah la a member of St.
Paterson. placed 2nd In the National given by Sharon Martin, Senior Cafetorium. The speaker will mencement exercises will be Luke Baptist Church of Orange
For Quality I also wish to publtcally Teenage ,Safe Driving Rodeo Class Chaplain. be The Rev. Robert V.Webster ; held. The speaker will be The Park where she is secretary of
thank Chaplain at Edward Waters Rev. Harold B. Whltehurst, the Sunday School and Teacher -
Laundry Dry CleaningBox our English teachers at State finale, He placed 2nd out 'Mr. Parker Introduced the
Storage Fur Storage Clay High, He was of enormous -I of twenty contestants, from allover top eleven students of the 19641965 College ,Jacksonville.Mr. Principal of J.R.E. Lee High of B.T.U.' Sarah has a twin
help to me in the writingof the state The Contest graduating class Guy Webster, a native of Ute School; Wildwood. sister, Susie, who reigned as.
For Pickup and Delivery my articles and I feel he was. held on May 8, 1965 .In Jones Is Valedictorian and Eileen Mr., Whitehurst is a nativeof "Miss Courtesy- for 1963 at
I Call 284-4923 Green Covo needs recognition for his help. ''Barto .. Weaver is Salutatorian. atheletes and lettermen by the Jacksonville. He received a the school.

EXPERIENCED GEORGE COOPER My thanks go to Jerry Rose. ; ,Drivers were tested on drive Kay Malone Gary Wise, John coaches, and,',the ,other senior B. S degree from Bethune- Others in the graduating
) RELIABLE Representative berry freshmen English teacher ing attitudes, 'a written test, McGee Pat Wells Sharon Martin I teachers rave awards to top Cookman College Daytona class Include:
at Clay Hiih.CORRECTION driving} traffic with a patrolman Carolyn Pearson Steve ,, students each of their fields Beach and an M. S. degree I Martha Anderson Dorothy
I ST. AUGUSTINE LAUNDRY ZORIC : ,'and 'a test In driving skills Lowe Patti Rivers and Eddie Johnny McGee received a from Florida A and M: University -I Bailey, Prances Baskln Willie

llUlmlll II1I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIII1! IIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIII1IIIIIII! | IIIIIIIIIII In regard to the Senior Class on*area,:obstacle course For his Taylor made up the rest of the math award for completing a Tallahassee Brown, Bonnie Clayton Louise
Trip of April 26.May 1, there fine 'efforts, Gary received a top eleven students respectively. course in calculus this year on Jesse P. Tynes Superintendent Coleman, James Edward Kenneth
were fifty-four (54) seniors Instead plaque with his record and RCA' his own. ,Gary Wise receivedthe of Public Instruction, will Francis, Louis dandy,
INCREASE FARM PROFITSWITH of the previously printed portable stereo set. i Awards were given to the top physics award, and the I present diplomas to members Phillip Garner, Sherlean Hen-
forty-one (41). In addition, the science award was given to of the graduation class, drlcks Linda Hunter, Mack I
PCAINTERMEDIATE school would like It to be known George Swanson. I Larry Tyrone Richardson is Hunter, Larry Jenkins, Frank' ,
A that the Seniors provided their Dale Wilson'was recognized valedictorian of his class A Johnson Jr. Katherine John
own money on this trip and as the Student Council President son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. son,;: VaLJean ,Johnson, Betty
none was solicited by them. and the Student Council Richardson, Larry vice-president Jones Willie Jones Susie Julks
TERM LOAN STAR STUDENT voted Eileen Weaver as the of the Science Club, and Connie Kenney, Joe Kenney
AND TEACHER most valuable Senior Girl on a member of the HIV Club Almeith Klrksey. Eddie Lewis.
Clay Highs Star Student, rf the Student Council.Mr. He scored higher on the Florida Robert Lewis, Lacy McMullen -
repayf Johnny McGee and Star Teacher Jesse P. Tynes, Superintendent Senior Test than any student Jewel McWhlte, AIJa Mon- I
7 years to Howard Closs enjoyed a r d.rA''ens of Schools spoke to the in the history of Dunbar.He roe, Jr,'Clenard Parks. Ronnie
week's all-expense-paid tour of ry class and Jay''' Ooolsby ended was chosen "Mr. Courtesy" Pheanlous Johnny Pressley, a

Finance your ,farm the state, provided by the State the program with the Farewell of 1985. Bobby Rease John Rease, Ber a
meets at the lowest possible Chamber of Commerce. They Speach of the Senior Class and Larry said when asked about tha Scott, Juanita Solomon, 7C
cost. You can do this left on April 14 on this trip. e the Presentation of the Key of his future plans, "I am currently Easter Thomas, Diane Tyson,
simple Interest PCA loans To become the Star Studenta Clay High School to James a member of the Naval Re- Vera Walks, William Walker t
You automatkaUyJnereu. high school senior had to Williams President of the Jun. serve Upon graduation I will Thelma Williams, and Eddie
on profits financing when yon costs save Shop tot take the December College Entrance ior Glass immediately: go Into active duty Francis. e
4 s
credit-see fNertheast Examination Board test,
and make the highest score d
Johnny made the highest scorein That's Bill Amason / Sitting atop his Backhoe o
I Jay Ooolaby (left) receives Basketball Trophy from
District VIII. He .
Production Credit was permitted Coach John Neely.
to choose the teacher E
869 Edgewood Avema 8. who he felt helped him the The annual Clay High Athletic Basketball lis
1ZI Main Street, Palatka Jacksonville most in his education. Banquet was held May 17 I Most Valuable Player Boys liI
TeL EA 8-JJ6I Tel EV 4-U41 The tour consisted of visitsto at Mr. Ds Restaurant In Jay Ooolsby
the State Universities the : Orange Park. This event was I Most Valuable Player Girls J.
State Legislature, and the high sponsored by the Dads Club Kay Malone .
spots of Florida. This trip was and Mother's auxiliary: Track Y r
made with other Star Students Gene Ellison, assistant head Most Outstanding Player u
from the entire State. coach at the University of Ronald Denmark A.

SEE-YOU ATEchie's SENIORS GO TO DAYTONAOn Florida, presented a humorousand Baseball 1 traW
May 12, 88 seniors and 8 Inspiring speech as guest Most Outstanding Player l
chaperones went to Daytona speaker. Trophys were awardedby Dale WilsonAll
Beach for the seniors' annual coaches for'each sport Conference -
picnic. This was the trip that Those receiving awards were Jay Ooolsby Basketball,,
all had been waiting for one selected by team members and Track
whole day on the beach coaches. Terry Carlisle Football

I Lunch was prepared by a Those receiving awards were: Gary Looney Football BY TIlE JOB OR BY THE HOUR
group of mothers who served Football Phil Nichols Football
AU Types .f Baekboe and frvnl-Eiul Leader Week
food all day long From after Most Valuable Player Terry Ronald Denmark Track .
IN lunch until 6:00, p.m. seniors CarUile Mike Barthoph Baseball- DIUh Pigging, Tree and Stamp Removal Fill Dirt Haallag sad Grading
were on their: own. The day Beat Lineman Phil Nichols Dale Wilson Baseball
was spent swimming riding the Best Back Gary Looney Receiving the Principals A- '
r I ward for his athletic scholastic AMASON'S SEPTICanTANK SERVICE
OtUNGEDALEWhere and leadership ability was Jay
Ooolsby. This award was presented Green Cve 184-ltM er. IM-JW
i ,I COTNEY I by Mr. Parker

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in.'' [lemorlal Day aervtws am Mrs, X 8tgf has retoraed Bin Springer.president; lira.aV n.. 1:1' P.JI. 1:" PJi.1'Wten .
*:. held Saturday at V:30 teem o-v lI1t with her daughter K. Biwwa, first *toe. pnal- n... YWtew ......
ge, hock, at the MHC ;Ura. H.T JSuttaa.second May 21 J. P. HaD .dtr urIiDItoa COca Cola'
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'h- her granddaughter.Mary Kataryn The ataer members of the nom- r Bw'liIIatoa Deader CbaM1 I. P. HaD

Inas "t the annual Tneethij thee "l Ttcnaino of St. dab tnaUng committee were: Ura.C 4 COca Cola CbaMJ J. P. BaD I. P. Melt

for the mendac services Shorts, Mich. returned Friday U. Ackemaa and Urv,K. L.
J. P. HaD
I au Cola CbaM1 Burlington
at ended by the Church from a ten-day visit with taBe Perrts.Jin..
10 Burlington J. P. HaD Btet1er I. P. Mule
ant wu adopted for the *. and Urs. Allen Konradof .Ida Ferguson,devotional' 11 au Cola J. P. Revels BtetlerIS Cheney
rig lur, summer months Sunday Inverness. Mrs. Konrad Is .**, read tae Oethsemaoe,
Vhool win be tram 9-1S w 10 Another granddaughter of :Mrs.Hasvejr story of Jeer and His disciples, I. P. HaD -ellr Burlington COca cola
'r7Its clock. Moratngworship will formerly of South from a"be"4 front the 11 au Cola -e..r. CbaIIf I. P. Meets
[ from ,10:18 to 11 clack. Dakota. writings of Oearge Uatheeoo. 11 J. P. Hall Chattel Burlington .. P. Rivets
se this new time h ejOtethre! Hear closing with prayer and UM
22 J. P. Revels J. P. BaD IJoeMler Burlington
ay. June ath.I Una Mac Olson and Jin. poem -Walt". Vy Grace Non
n1.. later latter from Jama v111u. CrwwelL U J. P. Revels Btet"r Chancy au Cell
1.n WlI.ll IS Bw'Unatoft chancy J. P. BaD Coca Cola
nt I The preacher at the Te&aey.itmorial ere of.Mrs. Inch W. Urs. Darden. In her ten-min Cavaavel Jaaa Walaue ......... aae at tae eaaaty's
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lit, rice i next andvwJll blithe I left Jar Ur.. and Urs. Poster,have conciliation" gave a detailed )aad still reed straight al IN. gets the fart aeaayrreee July 1 COca Cola Burlington Beteler I. P. HaD
rt. ,. B. H. Carts.Th .' visit Rldgewood, N. J, to, Usiory: of ttds movement or- Mra, Haaaa .,....-. a amber ., tae Teteeaaa a( 2 CbanfJ Des ler J. P. Revels Coca COla
.7a relative Mr. and Urs. renfced in the TOUted States Feeeiga Kara AaaOUry sad herself a Oeld Star ......

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Following the discovery STEWARDSHIPWEEK
p, [and July.Last IBM the:attendance return *out October Id. of rubber Mariana Row- S. Batten and the meeting
was aa average of 31. vas closed vrttt the Aaronlc
This year the general' theme don spent many yean In Brazil BenedtOtloa.Vnpenatendeat. MAY 23-30 arse O ; Er
I, will be "Mjassaiut. Joe Christian The final meeting of the W. at a period when telegraph Mir
I, CTT7.before vacation period lines ted to ae laid that
** across
s Canta*. of Schools. Governor Baydon Burn has
" was ben on May It, tn the bleak country."Bis program... '
The cud af mine session Jesse P. Tynes Jr. addressed proclaimed May 3VM Soil
d lecture-raom of UM-e1r th. thought to be unworkable but
.C1 be held. Branevay"Uhe Mrs. Olive residents of Fenaey Farms at Stewardship Week In Floridato I {
Norton the hostess through his peaceful contacts Qt Quadrangle Wednesday the Penney Vemarial Church remind aQ people' of their e
received at the doer, and and gifts to the natives, scouting '
June X born 9 to 10 QM an May IT. The meeting was obligations to Oat as stewardsof
president.! Urs. Helen
parties were finally\ able tol7wlthwlslory
frock. scheduled for the lecture room the soil and other related resources.
Sprinter,opened the meetingwith for Roudon _
It Is expected fiat:3Dm Bva a hymn and Invocation. Bis slogan was Teed-em; Heal. bat this space proved too small .WI TAU (ARt 0' ALL
Shoard. whose another resides After reports given by! Mrs, em; 1ItllHmlTwo yean before for the crowd which came to Jack Wilkinson, chairman of M S.
In UHC. will to hear him so they moved into the Clay soil conservation district .T" 1)
pant to ties Portaw Urs. W. A. Dar- lus death he was awarded you need a minor
speak about herwork :hi the den the church sanctuary laid -This yeer-i obser.
was presented and waveJfce highest honors tor his aecompUabmants. tune up or a major overhaul
Conn Mr* 'ABM :Butte 'will : report iof the nomfaoaUnjtjfismmittee . Urs.M. B. Crosby A. 8ldea Barrows, presidentof Vance, with the theme Thai youll find the best service

Dead Jbe devoUosaf jxrtart ,as follows: Jin. sang the solo. "lead: Us 0 the Good ClUsenshlp League Irnges of Orowth; points out at . )
presided and the Rev. Floyd\ the need for each one of us to II
Schrtver Introduced the speak. cultivate more widely among LARUE'S'
rr. aQ the people the conservation I

I Tynes outlined the various attitude, for conservation Is the SKHVIUK!: STATION I

parts of the new Civil Rights essence of stewardship and I ..... IM-lltl
Bill adopted by Congress, and stewardship Is the Oodftveaprrvlledge It *fwr 'J
"...... Hwy II A U : _
dwelt specifically on that Potdove of humsnlty'Thu I
Green Cave Sariage
I McCormick Concrete Co.Auaeistod dealingwith the Integra Clay Soil Conservation r
lion of the public schools of District and the other &' Due I

the county Inlets In O counties, through
He stated that blanks had the Florida' Association of Soil
with B. B. cCormick A SID, lily been mailed to aQ parents of and Water Conservation District
colored students of the county supervisors, are sponsoringthe PARTRIDGEWELL
who tad children la the tint event for the eleventh consecutive
(I three grades, uning them to year.
make a request to the county Tom Ford of BryccvUle, president DRILLING X199. vtAM rnosj NOW TWU

"1. tOe /afescri .of liduitry Silt< 1912*. School Board U they desired to of the PACD said "The UB.ADI11WILD ...
change then1 children from purpose of celebrating Soil COMPANY Thad. / Yrs.
the school which they are now Stewardship Week Is Florida UNCf net or G0. NIORQWJTOMATIC E

attending Be said only four and the nation is to remind 2" THRU 6"
requests' had been mad.. each and every American of DEFROSTING
The closing half bout of themeetteg their responsibility to clod and lOCK AND AimiAN. WILLS SECTIONs
i was devoted to answertog to society to conserve and wisely IN
......,. tram the audl one our resources: of soil and /erMg Wet IpelsaetI

!I nee Word has_been received from water.Materials" on Soil Steward I I ELECTRIC PUMPS 1 Iq ol e0afiteffee frown food e hold lllIbe

The Rev Swetnam that he and Chip Week have been passed I ,
JacksonvilIe-721-2822 Jacksonville Hrac 721-2822 his wife arrived Vancouver, out to aU church In the Il IA WATER SYSTEMSCAU Convenient deep sloop

Wash, after a trite trip across county regardless of their apace M boar oon r
the country with eiqulslte f, H. A. TERMS I "Qukk hon." butler and Ht /

scenery, and good weather
Their son. the Rev. HubertSwetaam. Council of the Boy Scouts!

met them at the de of America tn Ulajnl*"* *
See pot. He has a fine church with a member of hiss national

lovely people. The Swetnams '": t. M
I are entbuataaUa about the Recently be has,, been Promoted LONG DIUANCIJeteeaevllle'
many pbces to visit and things I to regional e to see In the northwest country the Great Central West RegionI
Spring Motors I Including the six& states of 1389-14381 [ Radio & TV

Ocorge It Myers son of Mr. Missouri Kane, lows. Nebras
and M.... Herbert D. Myers. ka. Colorado, and much of HlUIlt Of HA 4 NATIONAL SI Wstaei It Greea Cave lariats
spent the last week-end with Wyoming, where he has 40.000men WA11HSIM "u ASSOClArlONS ...... IM-lllt
his part ate, after attending the and boys registered In the HYDE GXOVI AVI.

kfM annual meeting of tae Kalian-' Scout orgsnUaUoa.



ht that Young Ho pirit .la your cH!More thrills than a triple ski-turn in Chevron,' the way-ohcnd} modern ga oHne .

Try thtm-(or pouer tlut' livelier/ driving that' fun. Youll thrill to their new whuper-quli-t performance, too. So get

Cberrun...get awingmf! Th action begin at your nearby Standard station, where ut take better can of your ear.I .

It'i A .Volktirayt, Tool 'r

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QUay( (County! Crescent([[ THURSDAY, MAY .17, IKS l


Williamsburg Residents 6Et EVERnHINO YOmIKt AN0 SAVINGS '''Valley Gold

ANIMAL Face Unique ProblemsNational DrinksM2&1 \


+ rf SAY THAT PHOSPHORUS craft chops, and homes are of stable doors.
1 Geographic News Bulletin optn to visitors.Williamsburg Despite restrictions In the
| 'homes have I restored area, people wait FM GIFTS THAT WE
HELPS STEERS PRODUCE The people of Colonial Wlllamsburg .
for permission to live
massively beautiful brass locks, months BIG OH EHJOYMENT
BEEF THAT IS MOREr' face problems their but they require equally mae there.Advantages include beautiful iJ Vegetable, Beef,
FlAVORFUl, JUICY: AUDTENDR. forebars never dreamt of. homes with high ceilings
? slve Iron keys. One perplexed IJ Chicken Noodle
To add to the colonial atmosphere householder found that the wood paneling, and handsome 'a
tJ'' rre4 residents hide their only suitable place to carry his brass fittings The lovely 18th- 3 : Nor Chicken RiceCAi1fI'BELL'S
television antennas In trees, of boxwood,
: .,- eight-Inch 'door, key was the century gardens
hang wet laundry an camou- Inside pocket) of his Jacket. holly, and seasonal blooms are
\ blaged clotheslines, and try to carefully tended by professional a, PLAID
' 1 h "But at least It's not easy to a :
a r "y keep can off the main street. lose," he said. gardeners of Colonial Wflllamsburg. soups

PHOSPHORUS ALSO Certain I housewives can't House keys may be large, Inc.
j) HELPS HENS PRODUCE even bake a level cake because bot not all present residencesare. An offflclal of Colonl l Wil '
MORE EGGS,AND HOGSMOREMEATPERPOUND their antique kitchen floors For a year, one dedicated liamsburg who occupies: Light- 'ar.rt e SUMPS r lol/.oz.
; t7' ''' have dipped. antique lover resided In a one- foot House with his wife and Cans"SuperRight" $1
OF FEED CONSUMED. "My 18th century living time laundry whose living two children commented: "You .MIMIHMMI MINIMI HP100
r room floor now slopes so much room, B x 12, makes up two- seem to acquire a kind of grace
ari the furniture looks as If it's thirds of the floor space. She Just by living in one of these Short Shank Smoked
about to fall over," a housewlf,' later graduated to a slightly historic homei." EXTRA
said ruefully "Even the rugs larger colonial kitchen, detached P111DNl..r
creep Into comers." from Its main house, now
The 130-acre historic area of converted into living quarters. ,,. .... e. Il.a. [HAMSSO
THREE-FOURTHS OF THE Wllllamsburg is so carefully Wtlllamsburg- houses have CLAY Coupon rood then Alsy fe

PHOSPHATE PRODUCED restored that few visitors realize modem conveniences, but these .....
that about 150 of the 18th- are cleverly hidden from a
century dwellings house 20th- tourist's casual glance. Tele- THKATBB Shank
FLORIDA MINES. century families the National phone and electric wires are Green Core Spring 21$111D? Portion C

Geographic Society says. Even burled, fire hydrants are tuck- Monday thru Friday' ........ 45
of hand-blown ed beneath boxwood bushes, Johlllon'.
the colors paint Box Office Opens 7:15: P.M.Complete DI.lnfec'&n'
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kiln flred and mailboxes disguised under I ser.y Glut r e. Ih
S. window panicle, and Feature As Late
foot thru Mar M
bricks U not original, have been wooden flaps.Families As ISO TM. : JAX
faithfully reproduced from past. are conscientiousabout ."----tn__
Saturday end SundayContinuous "Super-Right" Western Beef Rib
FOR GOOD PRINTING SERVICE The stately brick homes not leaving 20thcenturypatio from S PJHWeds.
smaller frame 'houses with furniture, bicycles, and
roller skates on 18th-century ., Than, and Fri. '
broadbaaed chimneys, and Pl"10 ROASTMiddle
'CALL THE CRESCENT AND LET former shops, kitchens, and lawns. Boys play basketball In May 26, 27, 18ATRAGON
restoredby the backyard, but the hoops Hot Bhot 1-II>, g.eL
have been
laundries { B.. KllUr ... r.. see
t US PROVE THIS SERVICE TO YOU Colonial Wllllamsburg, Inc. are concealed on the insides Coupon good thru May /eLN.aN.N1
,\ These are rented to employees lJ45

of Some the nonprofit 40 restored organization.or recon. Doom Utility} Tax, ':.=::::A......COLOItICOPI...Int.ANYnel' .'lctu".IN ::=::. a..NN'aNNNNN Cut 78t)

4 UTILE ADS BRING ''BIG structed buildings includingthe Boost Site .
;; RESULTS Palace, Capitol, Courthouse, Blanding Sat, Hay 2' 50 EXTRA Pl"iIi LB.Supt.'r.Uight .

(Continued from Page 1)) ?.,.,,..,.Y.,,,..,,. STAB+S I

--- House Committee on Finance (OAMf SIEYEl6 ar.t Toll Lln.r KIN ...1.01.,i.,. tub Htmqoupon
and Taxation. On this baste, DEAN ION3[ Bond thru May 1C
sans rorlao JAX I-U-IJ Lean Meaty Pork
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Huntley said he believed his
[I It NNNe.NN..e.N.e.JitiIAc

t ; bill The would State be Senate killed., In going -aDd- Spare Ribs Ib45c

on record In favor of a Job

: tf Corps training center at Bland MacaaanJIMMIEROGEtSiiffl ... ; Island
Super-Right Long
If don't trade < an watao rwuM I {MM I*! ,
J you Ing, acted on the plea of Senator
f, Charley E. Johns who said J iraMlllMMwM I ; Arm kin. Pose...<.. ..."' ..CI.. btlt i*.>
the entire Starke community rCuupun r,K>d tree. Nay r0 Ducks Ib39c I
with we've both JAX f
us, favored such a facility. San. Mon Ta .. ........-.. f1.fl--.........
Johns told the Senate that
: Mar SO, II .* Jon 1 SUJ>ee-Right Fresh 3-lb. peg
the Bradford County .
. x' lost ! Chamber of Commerce and the KUDUS-' = '
a County Development Commission GroundBeefl.29
.,:I has spent $10,000 to tl 12,* JflS/Jll II- !IAn"I. I-:Jr ;
{ *M4wtrll *.r -. ***
000 In trying to obtain the center
ic 'I Coupon rood thru May
' and the State Armory Board JAX l-t+-es Super-Right Top QualitySlicedBacnlb59c_
FRED INC has agreed to grant the use :.................._N
'I f DAVIS BUICK! : of 840 acres of land at Camp Weds. Than and Fri.
480 9535 284-3035 OCS ]
Blanding as the school site. June 2, S, '* 4
The memorial also''points out
' the Bradford-Clay County area 1JlE. ='IIIBSEHlt/ Huiwr-Rfoht SkinlellJFranks !

(1(1I is located In one of America's S.m.tJ 1 DANA Ann 1f na .
( M' N.e.wal ee.u>Se
I poverty pockets and Is In need AHClEWS Cuupun rid Ihru Ne7 iJAx / Ibpkg49cJANE
of realizing the economic Denafits Bits s s+ ea
I .
I that the creation of a job N.Neu.M
i training center could provide. 001"I PARKER LIGHT TENDER CAKE

r, : I Food 31.OO

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( Beverages 15 ;: $1.00

L't FREE! ONE QUART OF 1 IT: with purchase

j$' I < price slash!I King Size 7-Up "< 6 ":: 43c

1 FKDKHAL: ] : New low price for General Electric I

. I I 4'7-5 80-lb. bag Fresh Finn, Rip
i\TI8K': : TAX giant-capacity air conditioners FKKTILIZKU: : 97c TOMATOKS[ : ctulOc


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$ I\oi! w.
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I If tins U.S. Jovt. reduces I i
I Extra Fancy Western
or eliminates Luscious Golden Ripe Wlnrsap 3-tt>, beg
1 I 1IAXAXAK 11>. lOc AITLKS: ak!
;\ tlio ]Federal Excise: .,
I, Tax Pullorlon'a will :t ==gJk al 1000SSji I
=1 BTU t , JmII' Save 18'
= refund to that
; Mod el : you "' m] t 219.95 d. I I
N1aV} 19(12( t;-E RP20A 1 portion in tho purS 141.IIAG 34E. BAGs

It chase price of nnyO.K. Mod RD-80J

!, Astounding low'price for a quality .
110011Air Con lIGN.
;n Q-E Air Conditioner1 with this huge "
i t Ideal for multl-room coolIng O'LlO :6 $195
j Installs quickly.,Cools you handsomely,. ditioner you purchase capacity
and l large living areas.Remark i9l-:
INSTALLS INSTANTLY-True light weight and built In side. between.'Dliy 11, lDf15 'I ably quiet operation: engineered to
closute panels mean you can Install it yourself In minutes. +, ..1 provide crisp comfort on humid, I
anil 1 19j5( days by balancing dehumkJ- .
July muggy
I SLEEP COOL TONIGHT-Especially. ) designed for bedrooms. provided Q.I Sup.rttn.Air Cendlllon Ideation with cooling. MG. 73c RIG. 'MS
:Cools effectively, quietly to give you undisturbed rest. tho reduction H rni.r..r..eslo..r.dln.edd.. of cawdtNs, uritlihavy Automatic ThermottatAir I
r ,FITS MOST wiNDOWs-Fits easily In any sash window from 26 duly component* lo Exchanger 1 Pisa Deeded a.a.q COCXTBT BOTLAWNMOWEBS
Yi ,to 39'wide.. Removes easily' for storage. made 1 retroactive '.' !I iv:/uo l Mvtn otfcetlv roomilt ceoHns: Reusable Air Filter LAWN CHAIR SETS GRILL

to May lj, HJf>>.'}. THI NIMA SIAU The oct".1 l leal, .ffl.. t s 109.95 1fiII\\l loom Air Conn.rt,Mn4tl''ifi'l ITU/"'.until end. .mp r. X k w Brlcn A Stratto
Only Clialr*-I Lswtg Kltk Cltctrie M.t.t
rains,<*."rtl"4' *sums b>tr> N.1ono11Jectl1ctl Nanulte 1 OtU Catg.-tt ... Cat

',I See it now atFILLERTON'S $12,36 58.88 $HdlJJ
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If your birthday b la Uay, dons forget
TV- TV ''PLW to renew JOUr drivers &b.....

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APPLIANCES " HI N.Oraan Ave One Can Sariags sad
7 ,} ; Orange .lt.t 1 1 , tlM Hwy. IT. Oraswre Fart

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NOTICENolle 14 of 8m" el rya I>b14 1 D In 0.R No1 PUS 1111 111,1)1) Bollywood" Jon.t. 41,1, S4B All. N.Reddy.

U' u..e I' 11m 'Wm. c. All ..u.. .... ..... 10 ICE .If Sltt 111.00
la hereby livID that on the lit day of June, 196at Agdrowf0/' '7L1S. ULR40Jn11 nto ....U Lot! 7 A .* roo. I.
Part or II:
ot IIII\\( All cf NEy: A NVt OR No. 47 pace tl 41 4 tEHollywood
Ortea Cove Sprints, County Clay, State of Florida" tax In or NeJ. of .ml4bID. III erwt1 I S4B Edward: QNewman
It page 011 ..... 34 ICE Charles M. Clay County .... 11 I um 17. J IgS pt, Sit Ids
Bale certUlcatea will be told on the following described land to Part ot IE% tf III:" ac.rbonu,1a 100 II." V.Jld.jell 117. 11,11 Lot I .Deb Book
.. Lot II 505 10 tto Itrlp roa.
pay the amount due for taxes herein Bet reo. In OR No. on N. tide AI roe, tl paco 21A111
opposite same to 16 pan 101 ...... t/ '
WI" 8tat. 'n 0.11.1 page page 141 ........ 4 I SIB 17 Thoma
Other with all costs of such sale and all Part lilt Oor. Lot HOIII." !gee f4,31 $/1 Chore.lD Frailor. Jr. Itt Sl.ll
advertising- In the BN: 'r ..,..= n I um Part of Lot II Suaaa '
a. r.0. In OR N0. CIS Cal.on 1001 IT." Catbtn Grant a* S
hats following S stands for section; T for township; R for pan III ... ... It I um William H. Part ot IVs of NW no. la Deed Book
Rob.rta0 04 u Pea In Deed No. 4* pac l$7' S SIB I N.nna BellWsktaer
range and A for number of acres Peal F. Book. 10/ page ..11rIJ1 Itt ail
Tomllnlon .01 11.11 yan. 101, Lot 14 a* roo la OR
Part ot Oar Lott A It$0 I ICE Alfr.d'Domia 1101 $1,17W No. 74 pace" 144Hlborala
D*. rl.tloa a tea In OR No. Forest
8** 1'A.* Warn. Aced 'Val. '1',0, Il .pap U n.... It I um YldHome. % d 8W\\% ...... 11 ICE 1lots.. No.' I .....?..... SI I Jill Oawall
That Portion of .. Ina .500 11.17 V.lld.JuU 111 ..LIIPart MoDaalol Itl S0.ll
e' I j H of NEK, J'oHID Part ot OOY. Lot 1 ot IW" of 8m Lots St A It Bile S
In Peeks 8/D OR Lot Onenll A 04 as "0. In 0.8. a.r.alnORNi .
Plat Book No. I Canoya BID a. No IT page III A II pegs tl Fltm- (
Page 41 ..... .. .. SO I roe In OR Na t III ....... ... .. .. It I 1111 H. Inc lalaad Ktato .
SIB 881.100
Graham Jr. II |.|. 0555 U. ?u. ... It I UII Leo 11'. 111 I0.// IDLot .........\.. .. Daalol W.
Part of KBK, of NE: W* H* Rlobardlon ISO II." Lot 1 Bit I .. r.... Wren SOt 11.1$
Part ot OOY. Lot 11 In O.R. No. It
%" of NEK a* pegs 4 Blk IA Flom*
Boo. Deed Book II 5. reo. In OR NeJ. /1 8auod.rlee ID2 lI5 TlIIlma Bar... 101.71 Inc Itlaad Batatoc
U pate III .... It I um lohn 8bLot ... ... &d""l.o."
paco III ....... I. SIB 7' Bonry O.Orlffli. D. Part of IW" ot .W .. ... .
Blalook. Jr. lit
Let 4 .. In D.... M.ddox, J4 1000 11'.01 1 ac rea In 0.8. T.IT
Lot I 4 Blk. A 1f7.14 roe : 11''A S* Bit
Book U' pan U' 41. pag. 171 .. II 4 Jill l..netteau. .
a. tean O.R. No. Black .. .! at tThtl 14A a* roe. la OR :'
Croak E.It .
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Klnc- t.te. 8/D ........ It I UIII Part ot 8WV ot SW" J.i
O. island Etatt
loy Lko Vlllac 10SI 11:. T.nllll' 301 1I..t .. 0.01.I1 Fleming *-
14 Mar/1
Inc ... ... ....... I SIB Shamrock Let It Black: Croak Date'j'.J"A III II 4 Jill XI4 ltat.IIOOID. B/O ....... L.BircoM.
Con.tractlonLola E.t.te. 81D .... II I UIII John F. Riley 100 11." .. 1D0. 11.. ".11 I011.11
Lot I as no. In 0.& SStt .
'7 A I Blk. D Co. Inc. HI |.n Lot It .. reo. III OR Part ot 8W" ofW pac tl Wott 44 4 StB
In 0.RTl
Klncilty Lake VII. Itsi No. 11 pan IU 1l pate u iOi.I. ...:.. II 4 U. era B.D ...,.,,. 41 Perry W.Reokwood.
lan BID ........ t sta John J.Schurr. Black Creek "ore.t MHom:.1.0. U" 11.7. Slot 111.01
S01.11 BID .. .. ......... 11 I U. JoIJ\dred 1.8UOD Part ot IW"%, ot IW Part of Lot 1 M ro*.
Lot 7 Klnciloy Lak 10II 100. la O.R. 41 page
lT,1$ V1 as Rea In 0.8
Villas 8/D . .. t SIB Louie L Let II .. reo. In OR No. II pac' 111... 401 ef life Stafford
No 15 II Clarke B/D of Lot
Part of NWH of S Wainwright StOt. 111.4 Black Crack peg.For I't rea, 111 In .0.8......07pet. .. 1III Allan W. Oraat. St I StB DomootloFlaaaeo

WK, M roo. In set 8/D ...... .. ... 11 UII J. Cramer. 11. .11
Dud Book 10 pac :.lllroa 1100 110,11 Part of NW" tt SWV. Bor. lao. Ill n.5l
tot .. .. ... ... 11 t SIB W. H. Hostel lit .n Part ot Let T as p.,. or 'W'4 as reo. Part ef tBIoae .
In OR N. /1 peg. In 0.R II 171 I4 U. I 1. K. drop $00 ....1 Dood 14pace
Alt Lylnc S A B of 147 ... .. .. .... .. If I IIta page 111 Splktr1*
Btat Rd. SI .. .i SI 7 SIB 111 Jorc M.Valldojull. E1Carter 3001 .7.17 Part ot Lot 1 u Fee, Little Farm .... tl Donald W.
1770 II. Part ot OOY. Lot T In Did Book 117 Woolard lltt II74
Lots I, I A '7 Blk. ae rea In OR No. pass ITA u. . IT 4 II 1 Loren Ponntale 101 Lit Part of Lot II Trav
141 a* rto. In D. 11 pa.1 III A III If I ICE ChriutinoBlakwddr I Aore. In N1II Cor. ore Oraat aa ro.
B. II pace I4t and if0/ 11.7. of Let I .c rea InDeed IB Doob Book St
Plat rte. In D. B. Part of Nil:%" .. reo Book 101 pate IIS ........ St I Jill I Harloy lilt.. _
11 pact til .. ... S I SIB H. R. Malttor lOt '.11 In OR No Tt peg. page 110 .. ... IT 1 U. S w..... t onuw .0.I" T.n h
Ie .... ........... II $401 Cahill C.Padsatt. u Bst.rbangh .It tLU Part of 1IL A.. Fer.
Part of EH: of WH 111 I." Part ot III:4 ot NDu Ora8& PH
of EH: or Lots I, Part ot Nm" ...... II 1 UII Tommy 11100&.ot 1..i 0.8. fa 0.01. Nn
10. 11, II, lA Part ot NID" .. r,0. :/ :.eo.l7l: :.. It 4 Jlta I III1.re4Il. 441 ..1. .. II I III: William. L.
14 at rte. In O.R. In Deed Book No. Doll II" 11'." Nam Jr SX5//1
17 pac 111 A: 141 S S SIB Ernest: H.Bartlett. 1/ Page 17, 111 Part of 811'" ot NW Ital: "ot 11.71
SIOO 71." ( u 0.70.7 Part Of Roe I AI tee.In .
pat, ti.t.. PTreo.
Pet of EH: of WH ",. /In DB 110 pan : page O'III: ..u IS 4 U. I l.m. V.Collier. 0.8. II pegs 111ox.
EH ofEH part In O.
jart f01.11 rea
wK 11. A OR No. 1
: a*f roe T1 In it O.R.f pan n. .. .. . .. II I 11m Frank Pre.hae &\ :1 NW11 N0104 :1 roe.In BE. pegs.Trl'T:'Dan. T/

No. 1 pac 71 .... S I JIm J. B. Hutton SIOO 11.11 e/ Melvin OR 11 110 IS 4 Uta 1 Lloyd Hostel 101 .TI 17. .. ... ...... ... 1 1/D James 21.

/ Part Cf WH of SWH Part lit Nm", .. r'''. Pr..ha JO' 11,11 Part roc of .Go In:"f OR:.Na 1as Lot It as reo. In 0. CO& ere tll U.R. .
In Dead Bent No
of BWH M Rao. 107 p... 110 .... II I 11m 1 lam. .. Up... 110 .n 10 UII Beet Con. . sago II .
In O.a 71 Pact 110 I I SIB Admiral 8. lot .... .tractlon Co. 1101 II." A aID I' lite Tbom. C.

Piper 100 {." Part or Nil:" .. reo. Lot. I A 2ae rea Cater 1011
Part of W% ot IW" In OR NoI' pall.n. In OR No. It patet 4 1111I Parma 11. H, 11 A 1011

of :." u RecIn T ...... ........ II I IUD 0514 Ihti 17. Llkl Ylllal ., n 1 'UD WitubbeH 1/ WoU' I/O .... 1 165 Albert

page 111 Book. .. .10.. I I JIll: Marcus B.Covlngton. Part ot the NBV1, a Homes, Tso pTali Acres In Lot I 11001 "'..11II Farm Ia rob In lebl.III.ln UOO lilt

100 7.11 rea In OR No.. 71 IIra41.l' 1':1I.t.' area. 0.01. /' page 011
Part of of BW14 WH aa of roo..W11' In' pan U' ....... II I U. lIor& In Oft Na II Welts I/D .... .. I. III: JoAnne

Dood Book II pan Ander.on 1201 ".11 pale He . .... .. 11 Jill 11 Ps1/f PuM 16. ..... Depalma 1101 11.11
Part lilt the Not ot Ili .f. FarM $1.
It .. .. .. .. .. ..... I I SIB Marcus B.Covlnctoa. the NWiI, eo r.0. Part or Ln IIra4. Farm II A I IFt /
I II .... In OR No II pat. 1.y Estate a. r.o. 01 Perm II aroe.
Put In i! ::\o \roe. U' . .... ,.. ... II I UIII In D..d Book No.1 I I. 0.10. T/
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... .
AU Ill pate Ito II 1 .IID Robert 'IT Wolh
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Page U. A UII Part ot the NV. ot '''QQln. en eve gee ...........r 'un ..... lit; .. .. .. .. .... . !101 Berne 1iX0//1
Page 111 ... .. .. . I JIm Robert 8. the NW" a. reo. Lot 7A 10 Olk 1 5.Fee. Brown U. 11,111l
: Bird llSO "..11O.R. In OR No. I$ pate In OR No. II Part % of
Part .or U 8EV: a PlO. IU .... .,1.0 I UIII David Hu..r 100 1,11 pate 171 Doctors' :: : :::11 : Ir.. I l0 g:
pac' .,1.. 'I' JIm HerberlL.. Part or the NIt ot Lake Estate. C/D Florence D.yl 1101 ".11 tpage .41 ...... I' III W.Ster d

AM.r. HXIGOO lbs NWV, ce rar. Let $1 IIlk I'a. reo.i ; Itl..r lit11.11
Lot 11 Crr.aal Lab Jr. .10..10 In OR No It pegs /i 10 No.r'l: an Part ot 8111: of IW"

lit. .. .. .... .... 'I' I JIm Ward BHalley. 141 .. ..r.. .. .... II I UIII t. B A. P. Ina 1000 It.U II 4 IIlI.tat. Cl" gaga 111 R0.1,1
1111 11,11 Part or the Nit ot .. lID ..... It 1 nil E. Davie 1111 Carl I L: Weeks 100 '.11
Lot ITurSa,71 In O.L the NW 11 es roe, Bursa ell U." Part 011'111' :" 01 IWt
11 pace Cry. In Deed IJtoil No, Let 17 IIlk Doctors i/ II u R
tat Jake Hta . .: ''I' JIm lullan E.Johnson. lo/ere A5T Lake E.tal. liD It II Carl H. Bas 10. 11,11 :t'iial ...O:.. 1111 Yalt... .
100. ..7..7I et, rt,1I In OR Lot. 1A U 1111I ,.....
:; Lot II n. B'll' U' No. .0 raga 110.. II I SIB lit John H.Jackson. as reo. In OR No. /allan ID.. U. nUl4
Crystal Lake Ht.. 150..7e. I pets IT Doclor. I' IILak. Part of NW" o.f. nr
I As .eo. In O.R. No. Part or Nli or NW" B.llt.D 10 4 II Orville Elliott 40. II." a rea In Deed
t ''If pegs II' . .. .. T JIll A. O. Iml.r 110. IU.- reo. In OR No Let BIle I Doctors I. II Book In tags Ul 0 liE W. A.. /mires Its 1111
II.i i n Page 171 ... ... II 1..11I Jame Dutch 110 7,07 Late M.tates' I/D It 4 II f.renuWingfield Fart of NW" or SW"
I Lot T as PlO. ID D.e4 Part ot N'. ot NW 101 1.71 14 .. reo. In 0.R
Book .. pate 170 Vi a. reo In OR Part of NI:%" as roe 1page ID1

Lake B.dtord No It peso IU.. II I UIII f William T.D.nn.U In D..d Book No.In pan . ..:..,. . liE Co
Camp 8H. liD.. 'I JIm Tbelma I. 100 I." pe.. II n.. .. 1 I 1111 lalDe. 8. leeR lip '.'7 Cale. 15111.11
Harris .10. 101.11 Pert of the Part tf NW" or .wo
N'S, of Let 1 a. roe In OR
part or I", ot 8014as :
I, Rea In D..a" the NW" ...... II I 11m Trump 1.lHarrM No. 1. pegs 111 Rio ;\ 0.o 'iil 0.R
BI.noa H.i 0et. pan n..n . au: Richard 1'.
100 U. 81
Book /1. Page 10. I JIm U.ttl4$ Mill10 .... Part or lito ot NW" D .... .. .. ....... I II. Albert JBreal.r. Part .f NW", of .W ...Aoeea 11 Ul4

I Pert :"' :' CEVsr /I a. reo.pogo In 001 01\. .No.. .. II I UIII American flel Lot II Rio 8leeca f '111 17." Book\ as rea i la Deed

Book'/1 D Late Hom.r. N.Ithls'D .. .. I 11510. Loydlon II' pegs U. . 111 5:. W. Ayocse 110. .1.11
lot I'
pan UII 01Bulllvan ins 110. fI.II .. II" ..... Part .f NW" of SWV
Tots A .00 .1.1. Part ot 8'. or NW Pert or IW .. ree.In a ree. la/ 0.8.
Ltl. U Blk t and 4 a r0. In OR O.R I. pa.. U page Ill . . 1 .15 bill State

.It. part A reo 181k. In No. 41 pate 110.. II 'UII Johnny P.4. aU .. ... ,.. .. .... It I !fEI Ch.rl. F. Part Ho.... I... 111 11.1.
nit It.1: It U. IINTI. Jr 1001 ".1\ of.Wl.or IW
t46 "47 Shoriauoll 10 Put d 1\6\ or NW Part of Nil"%, .. reo. 41 ac reo. In O.R.
''I I JIm 1L H. Ooodwln UOO 151.1.I 4 ce reo. In OR In 0.11. No. 0WCs p... .. . ,. . 0 'II! Joel B.
I No 10 ;pets IU.. II I 111 0111. V. .. ..... .. ... .. .. II 111 Ro.. LI. Part ",1 IW", of SW" Brawn to't
I I itNo. Formal .00. Hookl 10. .... .4 II pm'. In D....
:Lot If 2ofcJC& lID Part or Iii or NW'4II Part ot NEV' : a Hook 1t7
. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14 I UII William I 10.Pert. : reo. In OR No 001.1$ page U. 1111: Harbert HXIIO'

10. lI.n 11 pets ..I. ... .. II I 1111 MIA Stata ::. 'i\n\ ; II I 1111 Mid Stats Of .r NSV' u reo. In 10m.. 001 If IIn..4
I :r.l>t If. Pa..t" I.A. a.I Hom. Ina
Horn. !ea 1500 11.74 If012.74 Poole 71 page
rec. In 0.01. 11pa gs Part of 8'. of NW Pert or 55%" of NW 011 .. . . . . . 17 I I'E
110 McKaye I/D JICo ller V a rea In DB LL em rHo In 0.8. Marjorie O. __ ._
I p 1100 11I.0' No II page II .K. 1pa.. u. .... II 1111 Walter 11X1661 Bunny Aert .aaserum. J7
l.Gt U. Parcel t.! Part r.o. In DB Marshall Jr. 11 U' LeJbl . II tIC:
t In No1 pat. U A0A Part 8lNrr. Benjamin
::1.r pan ? r- ::; No. 4 pegs 112 II 'UBI 1 Jack La 10. U' In 507 II 1 1111 W.d: Part cr Oov. Lot 4 RobUaoa Itt 111a

Key. liD ...... Otis.rick O. Lot Black Creek y 10. I..i/ sees In .''. 47
Bt.1 1300 11,11tor Part or NSIi
'f as teaIn :
1 B1k 1 A Lot 1181k. shores. 1t..PI.l Na II Deed 80ole"I. ranVoov-LoV; 3215 '. R '1D1tla' 1.N11"'
1 .. . .... .. .. It I UBI a.or. LTbomp.o. T/ .
pan 1111 Hun, Cbapma
la0R .
1 u rea
100 1t.1I a* roe in .''. ItPaS'Ir'aov"
46 peg. 0.1 Y Lots II A $5 as reo. Puy ( : Heirs UI all : . '
UII Nellie of toe T "
11 I "
land shoes dl\'ic 1.11
Itlddell i .100 71.11 In OR No. /I pap In /Ipeg. let ; 1..ltla 111. '

Part Cf Farm 01 ureo 011 Black Cr..k 11.Shore. III .... ... II 1111 Lucinda .* roe In 0,111
Rob'rt L"mp.n 105
"D ... .. II II 1111
in Deed Book 100. 17.1. Put of NE'4 A..Un 111 .... pan .. .. ... 17 MB Dem-tie, FlaaeeS
.e lea e 1 : perta 11 I JIll Part of I.e IT I Iylnbelw.en 0.R No. 74 page lit Ft or Oov Lot Borvleo Inc. Ue410
., ... ..,. J'Jr.IIIII. Sea 11 I.
.... .
10 Pared Road Bound II II. Mary 0.W04 ox part roe la
Part ot Harm If area Uudr II' I." IHd Book T7 pac
In Deed Book R'II'Norbltn: \ af W\6\ lilt NE" es. 0 R. || pan
at air ... . . . IT JIll Harold Mill. 10 .... R5r Lel. AIdI .t NW'4 A NW '" 144. II pegs '1.. | 'T ? ,
or I'IWI"' .... .. .. I' 1 !S5 111. V Reed 111 u. Th4mT| .
Pert or Deed !Book Black Cr.ek1 by 17 I ICE Irene B. 1101 N01V: .t Nil NRH' : ef NEH of Dkkorton 1000 HI.II
Bears oot 111.11 N W'4' as r.0.In NBHa.r It

/..e. pegs $00 .o.. 17 1 U. E a nu'Mills 100 Oil AI nd".r. of I 0.01 11 page Ill 4 1111 North FrldalandC Lots II JTlTl : I' III: WmAk"." '" "'I

IT T 115l Jorge w.V.JI.'Jult. .111 IUI Bm
Put or Lot T .. rea.In Stall Lot 11 Bit I ac rw.4n larocln0.8,17
.oot ......
0.01. // Ill O.R. 11 page 151 pact 1/1.21 Pac
sayable.I i'f: . 17 1 11II: Frank 01. All lylngI A 01: or .owbrooliL V.I' 155 llall. Park

1..05. 100 11.7. I Slats Ikad 11 ... It 1 ICE 101 YYSlldeult; 1111 111,11All 2 .... .... ....... 80..1' Brooks). BID . .? . . . n 7 lie
Ut lies In OR. B : of &vi 1111 111.141 ... Lorraine
: 20$ Day nfk d"I1I1 IT Ilk 1 u reaIn Part of IE 14 of IE: Rodlnctoa 1141 IHaa
I Stab .. 10 1 ICE III Jorge V. HXIeOI *
orcY! : BID .. .... IT I fiE DCu on 1 .Ud.jllll lU.1 41t1. :t'Ill': pale rte o.R. IT late

Let 11 B.olrola I 110' 11.01 W14 ... .. . . ... 11 t UII 111 Jorge w.VaUd.jllll. 11ft tU" Part lbf of N4 1Ind Wof 1 ill. l BaNlag "111111 III . . . .. .. T .48 I Mid Btat

/D .. .. .. .. ... IT I 1111I C. !rats N4. Itu 'rt rf NWH HrmN lae. too III
011loimo.}i 11,10 W% ... .. .. ... ... . 17 'I 11m U' Jorge Y.Yalldsiuli. n0. In 0..R It .t
NRH a*
lIot I..... rte! in
Let IB nr lIkl.nI All ... ... ........., II T 1111 111 Jorge :. pale : au: II Hall Edwards o It. 41 ..n..? II 'lie
I.-Ie. 01.111: Flnl ldr.jull "It .11... Et.t: 2111 351st M|< State

Add, .. . .. .. .. IT I III!: Wnl. N. Louto0. 11.10 All .. .. .. .. ... .... It T 1111 .n Jorge K.Yalldelull. Let/I a roe 400. III Robla 0.RT ''* or If.Hot NWH Horn* lae. au '"

I Lnt l0 u roe. In 704. 141,10All I-l .x ... ,: U 1 1111 TJnu MXININ/ Part*, *\i'Talk T "* Mary Adams If' 41VrV
0 It.. 155 lying I A 01: ot :. *,
Pats Woo I'
1.aksrl.w" e/D .. II I 11m Jeeeh H. State lead 11... It ''I 1111 'U Jor.. V. Let 11 em re Joiner 1111 01.45t VaUd.juli 'II' 111/1 IlT itobla Pets 11/
II' I II rH. In O.R. All ............... 11 T ICE Ill Jorge It. seta pate I D : U / 1111 legs Ba'ard Tract ..,. tit
// sees. CempI V.Ud.lull ftlt 111.10 5. Igo HXll : 11.11 Pert .f Let | nk. CB.BOWB U
I Struck nl BID 1.. It I 11m Larry All ...... ...... .. .. II t UII "' Jorge w.VaUdoj.1I. Let 11 cc ..... I. 0.R. 4iParTif
Kirkman UOI 10.12P 1110111,11 Robla a.Trot 1140A
a.igsIll All ., ........ . .... it t 11m lit Jorse It.Yalldelull. ::I-iDU. : U au: 01013505 -r
0OAi.IIp0 ft4' 241.4WV. / .X.III 1h5/by 1N1 1111 Lei'V Bm' "* '.an 1...... m' !ll1aii
I "oth $hor. l/D ... .. ..... ... II 1 ICE III Jots. II, Let 1 a rert Is 0.R 1
1 ,.. .. .. .: ... 11 1 ISIII Valld.luU 1111 111.11 /. page 00 Robla i : B..11 no in D4
ROeniend: \ot lOG ".11 All...... .. ...., . 1 t UII 111 Jo... Y.Yalldeull. ou. I/O ........ U ICE Cecil B "- tk 'onoi'c"JPaTll'silV'tV'ae pals1 a In Ridge.O.R. All ... .... ... . . 1 1 ..m... Jerre Y.) n. 117.1. Let 11 a. r..... I. 0R. Gregory 1111 111.11II : : ... Oracf UI lfl

I.ld Park lID I 1UIII Seine eo. 1101 "..11L" Nil:" A 740114' : or NW Valld.jllll TI11ell pass Rolls....... U 1 l/5 Fro .. $10100.4 Toes r..... Brat

CA .1 torso. V' N114 51 1:1': W. T.mll.r INI 1111 11 pea U Pelmet
of SEV, Ill of Let I cc tee. I. 0.R. A Ftrrle Treat,,, I*
/ V of SRV N14 ofS4 T/ page u. shady Part of Rlh T .. lf>..*" <

Perk ID No. t .. 11 I llta of SW4{ of IE Oall. lID ...... Canal r.. I. Dees .....
L.ina.V. 1100 11.1. 14" ... .. ......, ... I' Uta.Tt Jern V. Ha"' s tea .0/ 11." II ..... Tt .. !
Pert Val1d.jull fill 11... Lot. It as rH. is 010.T5 pegs II. lB,,.
... :... In a.R. No Part of NW'4 or IW pap esi shad., ierrla Trot .
' J It pat0 111 11 4 Df 040114: a. roe Oak. lID ......? C.N.U *"" Boaalo, L> A
'n OR No, fa pee H._. La
J ;'lar; :?.11/paN..... ... .. II t UE grabs r. N 1 .... ............ 1 111 w! .. .
.. I.f'o 1101 111.11VaroelaDe.4 101Usd1
leodn 11X101tal ... II. Tie.I n II. ..." n,1.
r. Soot
Part .f .W\I. .r NI Ca 1/p .. Robert
: 1111 liii HXNNCol I page ....... ..
Lot AIn Ia 01.... 211 Fn.ktl <
.f 1 1Fero.t / It lLa7V
O.oa.v IIIe Nt' In pegs ll MIl1Ua q IM t/ teett. Re..ahea H" tt

:.J Pi::.II: r Wg. 111.Mad. II I UB A Atllnwi .1. ..x ....... .. I I 115".I. .../." falt RID ,... // I/5 $ewaN Bankk H, .Mta II tat K.-.
11. 11.7. t//
Pert of N." a. reaIs Part of 1..e Iu 7/ti "'.'.. 1:" I1U'oka
A' O.N.. Miller
tart O'.lt a:epa Deed Book No.U' row I. 0" 1'1.' It A I
UI .. t I 111 MleaarF.r.Aam q I /TAI/
I W' 1.g. Crolgatse \ .f
nr0on m1't l1/1_ ..... -\.a\ ... Camp. LLf lilt t of Let D Pit
la :
Part e a. .... Is.. ep U. PeIni 6 ..
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05 I 1tgS Ulrar. ..
, SIB 1110.
pass ... ... 'I 1111 v.a.'n., 1711U7 Pa,, W lvaM 2 51r.ahORNat Xra. R. P. ..- U'F
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i"r." t ll\; "t.un., .. ... .. 1t16l.Itkt.1 111 a ... 1ft
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part to Allan Mel.drop Ut I Lotf1 II Bill. 1 iii lee. '
rli Tract Belac th* Lode lot FW of 8R 1* .. reo. hsO.LNpale1NRNpwoo4
W 171 Ft Of theK r a 0. Borrlaa BID UO ,...
In 0.11.1q
Dlr. No.
14} Ft of the
Platoon Book i Marshals I.D. CM. 1 II .P. I II.
5' III Ft ex the pace II ......... Battle Mlt- v Of. Orange ParkKlntarfardoa Do1tob IIIal
B lot ft of the N .
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lit tt thereof. AIN MH of Lot 4 lao. tit LIT
tit* N' tl* ft of Bill I of Lot 1 D Mar- .rood DlrIS. .... II
tko 8 111 ft of the shillsE110 lam.
BIll II I. 0. Bor.rlan too. I III 111In
WIN .f the B III
8/D. put Ooorftana
ft U part too In Book ..... II.. 1 NoU Barring It* .... O.P. Walk.r 154fL11 I Lot I Bill. S u lee..11IUelcroo" V
0.12.S 47*,. 0.11. PO"
pac 1 Frank ItltHXFoiUr
Lot 4 Elk 4 of Lot Lot 4 Blk. E Ljrtnf B Diy. ....
Itl 11.11
Part of Lot F BIk 1 BUr II a* .... In etSlid. ara. J..qM L
In e* too In O.R. O.R. Tl pate 111 Deed Book: M pan MOA1ll.t.f iII 1.51 ,
41 pac 47* Pal..... & 0. Berrlaa 8.D. 174 Mtnhall aft Lot 1 Bill. T Rid..

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11* (.II
Home Tru.,1a theckarok 0.', Xarr
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A Lot lylnc .twoBonTOBtur .. aKIngONa . Part of Lot I* BIk. Iai IIlIIer 1111 CU
141. 0' reo. In OJt. U Lot II Elk 1 u ..... '
wild A TOO aa roo la Oct I. Christ .101 11." pit M* .... I. O.P. OronroParkKlndornrdoa 'InOil.Np.lew
O.R. IT pag* 11 A Lit 41 II ft Dlr lea
Palmer lords I. Blk I of Lot lao. Tit .U." lUd&jwooct Bor.'oo' Co R

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A betweenBonToatar Book 41 pac OR. 1 reG.I" Leh/i11EIkN:
** 141. III .. O. Borrlan '" 154 is o. : Oranc* ParkLand wad DiY N0.
wild AT. .. no In 8.0. Plat Book 1 Co. Ill IT.ITRT r elf) A. N. KIl.o 111 I....

In O.R. No. IT Pac Pac II ....... ... 8.11 Lot 1 Pt of Lot IBlk. of 8111. td 11 a r
l.. Palmer For' T.a1154 t4.11.11 I T a* roe. InOR .
of 5d.1IS
Part .f Lot I Blk M Bit) .... 1. W5.U 11
rl Tract
H. P. Tom. lltt I.... page
A Lot hail n"!. II a* roo la I>eed 10*. E. P*,.. tillS 114.47 pager151aSige..

lot NW a* In Lode Deed NA Book' Oreo 4T pegs COTOBprlnc 111 Lot t ai lee In OJL weed Di.". .... N Correll W.

Book No.' II Pace *. .......... earBon.- U ntff* U I/D BXtOM O.P' wuoktsr 11111 ...1.1.I'IIrt .
IT." Mammoth Oaks
HNrI 1111
44* Palmer *. For-'
rte Tract Nola Horrlac lt. It II Part of Lot I Elk: .... I 0... Robert A.Hatcher. of Lots a .
ItOI 111.11 0.11. n
Lot n.Wltt. IID II a. reo ,In Deed u Pa. tn
Plat Book 1 Pa.o Book T* pats 411 Part ot Lot ( M NO. page .11 IlIeI..woocI U-
.. ... KM. Orotn CCTOBprlnc Deed I Book Tl DIy. ... II, 01. 4..aft.a
IS ........ L Raadrlph lit '.17 ."tilRittl 115p $541 11.11
*. F Nolan Horrlac 111
Lot II DeWlttiO r.r.O P Ed.: M Plat Book 1 Pace A Lot 501ft Sn Plot Book /py. N
II a.r..hOil. B ado of Let t Loti air**. to OR.II IIleI.woocI DIr; lea
He. 47 Pate 114... E. .. Field Itt 1I.TI Elk II koaad In pan N54... 1 BXIOOI D G lh.pprl L.
Part of Lot II Do. NW by land of < ot< Ka Pi llllso tit 11.11IN
Wltti B/D ai ro. Herring A. C. 1. 411 au." .oh II II roo. Sit
la O.R. No. II Pate RR A. B t>r David Part ed Lot 44 u lea 011. 11 pap III a

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Lot T./a/Blk11 N.1111trrlp' 111 aI.ft ***, I 0... Tb.1m. Auitlc. II* I" .... D O.P. T
Idlewlld Park Plat Part ot Lot I BIlE Lot 1 Blk. I .**. SI m 111 J....
Book I Patel *. II a. roo !la Deed I or. Mat F1I1I" III' n.t' part of Lot II a ....

IILot ,............... C, r Tatar lit t.ITTrTM Book II pats lit I L'lA O.R. NpaleN
ox InDeed Lot I Elk I M lea btfW J45wood Dlr. S...
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I BIk II toe 111
la O.R. No. IT Pace I pap P10. Mr O.l. Prank
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114 Idltwlld Park. W. Pel ..1N./t pac IIII act St ts ttli I Browi 11.11
C 9'l Oprlpts ,., Major H4 110. ..00 ttt ii
Bill 41 Lota I al. Part of let t Blk. 4a Leh to iJdll. '
BIk1 aa roo la Part .( Let I BIte wood DIy. No. N
O.B. No. I Pace IIIIdlewlld II aa roe ,In Deed *;'iMlII'--oJ.* E 01. 1 t. Doyle
Park Plat Book tl page 14N lloMwr. 4.i11.11 1I.1r. 111Lot. 11.//
Book I II a1 a OrMk COTC I
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"HERES HOW PLYMOUTH STRONG WARRANTY PROTECTS YOU:Chrysler Corporation warrants for ft lean or 60.000 mU...whlchmr comes first against defects In iI L
'I materials and workmanihlp and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motor Corporation Author-lied Dealer1 place of business,the engine block bead and Internal parti.Intake (
t'I, I manifold,water pump, transmission eaM''and Internal part (excluding manual dutch),torque converter,drip shaft universal joints, rear axle and dirtertntlal,. and rear
wheel bearings of 1U 1965 automobiles,provided the ow air has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles,whichever comes flnt the on filter replaced every sea 't.,
ond oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years and tn1'J' months furnlabes to such a dealer evidence of performance of "
':.. the required service, and requests the dealer to certify ((1) receipt' of such evidence: and (2) UM cart then current mileage. I},'. I

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