The Clay County crescent

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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 )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note:
Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note:
Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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Integrate Plant; Labor Dispute Settled .

The School Board's plan for
Other than thOM In regular advertlsemnta, there sri .

approximately 100 separate pictures !in this! Usu of your \desegregation, of the county's . -, .,< . .. ... .
r ,:; , . A labor dispute that neither of the principals could . .
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Crescent, including U picture of members of the Clay High public schools this week was \ :::1" .j,
School senior clue which are carried In the second section. rejected by the U. a Dept, of I rt;. .... t ,.. ) 1 or would . i explain closed down work on the multl.mW1oQ'dollar
,." gI' Johns-Manvllle Corp. plant last Friday
Health, Education and Welfare. Ii .
Publlc.tIon'of thete'picture: to mark a new ';'
high in the umber la a single tame of The Cmcent, was It was the 3>th county U the \ ;; On Tuesday afternoon officials of R Thomas: Co., of

made possible through the cooperation of many of the state whose plan has been "'ff''J. .I ,. Savannah, who art installing machinery In the plant, and '

count,', leading business and civic figures. turned down. the Iron Workers Union Local 697 resolved their differences

School Superintendent JesseP. ; 'Ff.wi. ; w: ,'. and the pickets were removed. j 1

Sf-MlLLION' JOB CENTERSThe :: Tynes; Jr. said he would ",>"i/i f." r" 'T I John Bowden business agent of the local, who shown 1
first toe Job Corps training' centers' established call a special meeting of the .
,, '. '. above placard "For Public R. I.
holding reading: Info
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throughout the United States.- sponsored by. five of the quickly as possible to *f :';\:v ..- ;!

greatest corporations in the nation cost an ajrerage of ftmllHon drew up a new plan by June' 15., 't!, '.!I'f.' ,-; "t wJ' .

each more than four times the estimated cost of The next regular meeting of the iI;, ;,Ii : ::.,t".- ,. .....,. ';i vCT". :,1 Scheduled dally Interviewing and slug for general .

setting up such a facility at Green Cove according to Board Is scheduled for June 14. "v, ;. :,: .nyrrl';..:.l i.' production personnel for ths Jebne-Msnvtlle pleat started "

Christopher Weeks, deputy director of the Job Corps. In a letter to Tynes. Allen '"' f} ;; en Monday, according to Jack II..., plant manager.Hesse ..
Lesser director of HEWs federally \.,. " ,''iLf J rii'''; ,
The official excuse used by Electronic: Communications: .' '
assisted staff : : I 't,, A" said more than 300 applicants wlU be (Interviewed
Inc, of 8t. Petersburg la withdrawing from the Oreen Cove programs :" ; .' 1.if ., and tested .la the earning weeks en sn alphabetical basis,
said "the (county's) plan submitted . ) : ,h'" .::it't.",' fA,
that estimated minion to renovate '
alUt was an $3 required ,
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and modify existing buildings and" to construct additional lacks the provisions ...)'" ., 'T,1o I ; Meanwhile, Robert F. Orth J.M sealer operating vie*'
which would be necessary to president beaded of Jehns-Msnvtlls fflclals who It
barracks at the Industrial park was more than the federal a group
government would pay. find It adequate under this Reg t;. ...... were In Cress Cove briefly. yesterday U Inspect irsgtasg

w.tSonDEW'. departmental at the ,lant. They left yesterday afternoon In a company s

Such a Job Corps training center. It U further estimated, regulation was Issued under /' plan for Cap Kennedy I* witness the takeoff today .f

would produce direct payrolls of ".1 to $5 million and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. the "Geminispaca light Others In the party IncladediF.

probably generate local trade totaling twice that amount. The county's plan called for The Picket Line At Johns-Mnnvillo J. Solon, vie president la charge ef aublto relstlonsl

desegregation of the first three K. J. Whaler, a J-M production .engineer and W. U ....
The Economic Opportunity Act of 19M encourages contracts
elementary grades next fall. Radii and R. W. Campbell methods engineers en the tarn-
with private Industry to cooperate In Administering .
Job Corps centers Weeks said "and we have energetically Lesser suggested a new plan 1 Fatality MarsWeekendj Appeal Made For ,any staff.F. '

sought the cooperation of industry." be drawn up according a "A
private C. Claessena, project manager In J-M's engineering
General Statement af Policies
teat and Thames Vender Veer peeled\ engineer arrived
that "American business successful 2d ,
rioting has long and S m Respecting Desegregationof
; la Qreoa Cove an Tuesday and will remain saW tbtoaftenksM
experience in training people for Jobs Weeks said privateindustry Elementary sad Secondary
.,.. . Ear1yuntySourc who I. b peaked la Ortk
' Y Ikey ara I' by patty I
to playing a major roll In five of thrptaeent IB Behaoto, drawa up' W-IIEW." : 1
t I'fir the retara flight I* New Took
Job Corps centers seven for men and thru for womenn.T7k Local school authorities In Clay For'65The fi

companies involved General Electric, lord' IBM, pointed to several specific provision ' Materials For Libraries fish said. lb. nine staff sapervlaon sew taking a cram :

1TT and Litton Industries'spend from $5 to |J3 mil In this General State county suffered one fatality soave at Ute oampany' Denlaon, Tea. Trsnalte ssboste j
ment which the School plant, will b retained la Omen C... I
Board during the Memorial spend the week
lion each to train people for Jobs or upgrade their skills
to develop new Job training techniques and manual, and did not take Into account In Day weekend when a 14"year- See Editorial Page 21 end af Jan II cUb belt families "

to maintain capable teaching staffs and educational plant, Its plan. old Jacksonville) boy was killed I
Weeks said Among these, under "Rate of after an automobile he Is said An appeal for books maga- books, a small number of Florida .d/

Des.gre,aUon." are three provisions to have been operating without sines, pamphlets on Florida boob that have long been Thomas Unfair to Iron Workers, Local W Insisted to The

Litton Industries, he noted has trained more than 38,000 which must be dealt permission of the owner flipped and more particularly on Clay outof.print have been acquired. Crescent he had no idea what the dispute was about

people In the last three years "llore than 3.000 of them with If the county Is to receive over and crushed him beneath County was made this week by Among th..e are llsrrietBtows's
came from the ranks of the unemployed" Weeks said. federal aid which now totals It. Frederick R. Andrews, county "Palmetto L. a v e. E. M. McCuIloh, Job superintendent for the contractor

The five centers referred to are: Federal Electric Corporation approximately T per cent of the According to the office of librarian. which describes this ares of said th Issues wen too complicated to explain. Both men

in association with Rutgers State University, to School system's total annual Sheriff Jennings "urrbH. Allan Andrews, asked that county the St. John's In the 1810's; agreed the depute had nothing to do with wages. I'
budget without taking l into Whitney, who lived at the residents hiving any documentary Most of the University of Florida's L +
operate a center at Camp Kilmer N. J.
fll.000.MO; TbeVnl'Yenlt'or
10 of
Approximately persons were put out work Friday
consideration several Iwnd..cttboua.uad Asalea Trailer Park In Jacksonville material on the countyor reprint series and many
Oregon, In auodaUoti with Phllco Corp.. to morning when th Iron Workers posted pickets it the
dollars worth af commodities was a weekend guest the state make It available novels with settings In Florida,
operate a content Tonw Point Oregon. M,1M4U>; ,
south and west ,
entrances to the plant
used In the school to the county library system Including all
Southern Illinois JNvenly at the White Sands LAke homeof of Marjorie Raw-
In association with the University
of Kentucky and the'General Electric Corp. to cafeterias. E. M. Butler.Sutler In order that It be properly ling works. Johns Msnvllle officials here Immediately. added three i 1

operate a center at Camp Bn 1nrIda., Ky. .81,110,0001! Tone thr. protUlons are: Is said to have told preserved and available for research Tht bulk of the Florida Collection Burns Detective Agency men to the one regularly employedman

Litton Industries, ID assoclaUotf with the University of California t. Every school sytteaa which police he did not five the Whitney work. sill be housed In the to guard the pia lit..
At the same time he Saida headquarters library (shelfspac .
to operate a men's center at Camp Pads Calif. aabenite a plan that talk t* provide boy permission to operate 'a
few books While picket and representatives of the union In Jacksonville
are bring purchased permitting) and rotated
the auto and that he
(113,100.000); Science Research Associates, the educationaland far 1M.r.nU... .f was
mostly from outside periodically throughout the and of the contractor remained mum on all !issues,
training materials development subsidiary of international every grade . by the beginning driving "recklessly- the time
sources with a small grant county Book of general in- The Crescent learned from authoritative outside sources
Business Machines, to operate a center at Fort Rod e( the wheel. year 150$- of the tragedy.
The dead arrival made available through the tenet and a basic Florida history that the dispute began more than two weeks ago
man, Mass. ($ ,301JOO). 1N4 mat saaltia th bardeaf boy was on
... ..._* .. JaatlfylBg tIM delay and at the Bradford County Hospital Federtl Library Services Act. collation will be main At that time, these sources .said this contractor hireda
Books already purchasedcover tamed In each of'the
mist laclad In It* dnegrrg- county do'n'Iron workers among them a so.called "Doble," a ,
VV1IT MORE FOR PORK AXD BEEF a variety of subjects. In libraries.
Use pies a lone athedal fer On Monday morning 4st.rJames member of the International union but not a member of
Within the put 10 dirt county housewives have been swell deeetrgatleat. McKlnnon, an employs eluding Plorlda's history, natural Andrew said the librariesare Local 607. When local officials learned of tHe they are ,
paying an average of 20 cent more for pork and 10-JJ. at Atkinson's Pharmacy history, cookbooks and sup In need of any material ,
per said have
The tall e f INT I* set a* to asked the contractor to nIl the *>ble" and
per cent more for beef. the target date for th* eatew* Orange Park lost control ef biography dealing with the early daysof to hire In his place, a member of the local.
his he driving south Also included are books of Clay County's history Old
car as war
,Why stea ef '>.ecr>falle>a .. allgred.e
on Klllwsy 17. McKlnnon suffered special Interests to Florida real- newspapers or clippings, letters The contractor's attitude la said to have been :Jut this
Word war abroad In the county last week that meat . . dents orchid growing, bur. brochures .
minor injuries when the church hUlories would constitute discrimination. The upshot of all this wu,
packers were bttting on a world war within a matter of 3. Every It.... witem . car turned over He was so- rlcaaes, seashell, skin diving or any related material are It U said that the Iron Workers left the Job and were replaced
weeks and did not want to be put In a miM In the mal provide fee a saWtsnlialg4 milted to Clay Memorial Hospital ( la addition to these ww needed. by another craft union.
probable event Of price freezing. f abA start .n decrega-
for observation. A tpokes-
A spokesman for one of the nation's blunt meat pack' tin startliig with the 154-1504
man for the hospital yraterdaysaid
log companies told The Crescent that rumor was somethinglike wheel year la Vgal ., the IM7
M degrees off base. large ....." shortly.he was la be rrbax-d County Dairymen Prefer Federal Control To

He cited the fact that whereas a year MO then was Additionally It was pointedout I

approximately 1.11IImoII pounds) of meat of an sorts In th Orneral Statement

storage, today the total is 20 per cent. H. said further that live hogs are now at of faculty and staff In : Prices

their highest price sine 116. and that hog slaughtering is aceordanc winos the lollowlng Slated At .
Clay HighA
down 13 per cent from a year ago. requirements: Federal control of milk production the theory Is eater to adjust t mails or other advert condl- ceasing of the milk.
He estimated that resident of Clay County eat approximately .la the county Is preferable differences la Tallahassee thanIn i I (lore I Ia free
a. The rae*. )Ur, a, as- program of band lastnrc11on purchase "While It haM been highly
3 million pounds of meat every ,"" tWaal erlgia of papiaj. shall ..( will b given at Clay High to State Milk Gummla- Waaklngton.Contrartwla > milk In neighboring teatea. conerovertlal, the State Milk

b* a feeler la the ..*.,.-a. School beginning June 31, according ton control according to a majority *. the
FCLPWOOD STUMFAGE VALVE I* a pirtliale.1 w.... or due la an aanounertornt of county dairymen. milk producer most strongly prior of milk about 61 cents said "I* easier to
wtthia a *ehe*| of tearhera.atelaMraUn mad this! week by Louise Batten A majority 'of county mil against Milk CouwUeMoa urn- a gallon . is somewhat lower than the federal all with
Stumpage value of pulpwood production in the county producers' told The Crescent Ito) opined that federal agents thaa trw government
.* other eeaplere supervisor of elementary prevailing wholesale would be
in INI was dose to $100400. according to Rr11t. Read. education.Wlnford. they would vote to remove the were not for sale.. price |n south Florida
. : where One of the
Jr, County Farm Porester. According to Fortwter Read the area from Commission control A spokesman for on of th* both UM majority of thosa
.. abaal aW b Wntoward E. Franklin a Clay Miami and Tampa who favor abolition
Increase of ftep of the
productlo from 1M3 to IM3 would iadieate It current maneuvers In the Itat largest milk producerstold markets
etaiaaUMi of M gr*> High alumnus who .to Joiningth are federally con Milk CommlMlon admitted
averse growth of 2 p.r cent State Legislature to abolish the The crescent dairymen trolled
gataa af leaehteg sad sUffwfioe.ael faculty as bend director was difficult for the Comml-
Read pointed out that stumpag* valu doe not Include controversial commkalon ere throughout 'h* slate "have Ore of
the cost of logging and la Ih* whewst ,.- win be In charge of tb summer the state's major milk lion to be fair" with both tile
delivery to the mllL unsuccessful It either move I* been generally diaMllafled"with producers, bated
Clay County producers and the
According to OM County timberman. logger la the salUag free prior aeeJgaeaeatebaaed music program open to successful, || win almost! certainly the Milk Commission. said survival distributors \
Conaty:: have than *e rae. *.le r *r Mii*..J students finishing the sixth of the dairy However, he said his com t
more IMOjOOO annual payroll mesa locally producedmilk He said. white federal cottlrol Inc Industry In Florida , and ta t
orlgtauUasir seventh.. tI'bUl..nd panjr would rots tomorrow
Foe the following IM3 figures on County forest products price and milk marku might lalroduc lower wholeseJe .....,.,. . will depend on In '
Income. The Cre ant to indebted to Poreater Read.tejapag told Tyat that "your to an high school graduate win be dictated from Washing- milk pttws It would at more highly automated and florid.meeting of the Northeast

h"... State Superiatetidebt can iwo Th regular summer school. loa. least stabittM tb* make bigger and more efficient Milk Producers to get I
It."" Frodartiea) Take ..... Tide . assist*BOS to preparing Miss Batten pointed out. will One major milk producer in Under the meshed "Polar He added thai while operations from under control of the Milk .1

Pulpwood . . ISm cords |4 MM $341,000 an acceptable plan along be bald this year at Orange the county said "malalalnlng' If* Cream derlsloai.; the U. 8 hi* dairy eel* Milk! with 2$ control Commission and accept federal
X-amber . 1.2U.IOO bd. ft 'UN ",tIS ilk ttnea of plan that her Park High School and win begin the But Milk Commission to Supreme Court ruled a year ago more than the prescribed percent It the Legislator has r. I I Itot ,

Gum Naval Stores . 140 bbl 114M 1434PoJea bees accepted." June It.J'nnt.11a an expensive luxury," hinting milk producers or distributors butter fat content, there w.. r,lMloft.Q.ey then. abolished the Com* '

Piling 4,700 pea. 3 >M 10430Veaeer Sixteen of Florida's O coun rreetred a bachelor's darkly of payoffs art free to purcbaa milk any. little or no chance that ant ). I. Retorts, a
tujM bd. ft. MM 7-31 Ute ban bad their plans ac- degree In Musfe Education Oar/ ..* tounty milk pro where In the United State dairy In the! slate .al." Its the M4k: Commission, of,
Fuel Wood 1,000 cords 3400 5,410 opted; 31 have now boearejected. at Florida State; University ta' dear" said bis company would UnoVr this ruling a county milk. The butter fat content, vacation the was on r .f

Cross Arms . *,,411 pa. 1.1M 1411 Presumably 33 plan December, 1N4. and Us begun, pttTer Milk, CaauniasMft COAtrd dairyman who* produrtion wattnd he said depend upon dairy not be reached week and could

. Totals . . . .. .. ...?, . . |41U&1 1IU434 are gtin under oooddersUo., studtea. tor his master* ...,..., to) federal_control,( . on .r demand because of clt- sail) sad the aubeequeiu pro- cent for Th* Crag.ME:: *,, i 4 v vI I


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( QIountv crescent i tlildttt, 'I ': I A Monkeys Viewpoint
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UONAim CRONE A handsome young Lochlnvar: straight out of three
tvtn TMUMMV 10*If 171MM Cincm PRIM. Inc.: years in the Marine Corps, recently interjected an observation 4 Here U a delightful little conversation overheard In an Do you, as a motorist know whatto
em"s Pl Net. noaiMTfUPNOm . a worthwhile observation . into a conversation African Jungle: do when you see a flashing,red signal -

.icon CUM POITMI Pals,AT eel SUM IS4-J16S Cool tnuN. rwnk. I was having with his father. Three monkeys sat In a coconut tree , at an Intersection Do you know the
SUBSCRIPTION RATa And then, apologetically, he added, "But what shouldI Discussing the'things aa they're said' difference' between a lie-

ONE THAR IK ADVARCB ...................S*. know, I'm Just a young punk." "Now listen two: nil signal\ ?
TWO TEAKS ADTAMCa/ ...............,101 I would I think, have used the word ".prlnc..jFor'bavnllaat SaId one to the other, you and flashing yellow
There's certain rumor that cant be true.
\ week listened to my own 18-year-old' heir to the Florida statutes can a flashing red
AtticA glories and Vices of this world deliver the valedictory: of That, man descended from our noble race.
Your signal a stop signal\ not a pause signal .
Explore his graduating class, I have given a good deal of thought The very: Idea, It., a dire disgrace.\

lately to the problems and prerogatives of youth. No monkey ever'deserted his wife A flashing yellow signal a "cau

community Judged not only by: its civic pride, Its What a wonderful age . II or 21. Starved'her baby and ruined her life. tion" signal. .
schools and streets, Its local government, its newspaperor Most young men and most young women, until they
newspapers . It Is Judged by many: by: Its library: and reach 18 are the prisoners of their own little worlds..Tbey And you've never wen a mother monk, i The law says "when a red lens Is

by: the local history: In its library: or libraries. have been fed and nursed and tended until, at length they To leave her babies'with others to bunk; illuminated with rapid intermittent

There must be many an attic or storeroom In the county came to the conclusion they were the epicenter of all things, Or to pass them on from one to another. Sheriff flashes, drivers . shall stop before

where books and pamphlets and other historical source that all things, all passion, all love, all attention' devolved Till they scarcely know who Is their mother. Morrhee entering the nearest crosswalk' at an
material on the area and the state of Florida is lying, upon their whims.
And another thing: youll never we intersection or at a limit line when marked, or, it none,
unused by: anyone: interested In the area's put But then, then somewhere around 18, they begin to
Frederick R. Andrews, the county's able and hardworking sense there are other people, other things, other Ideas; that A monk build a fence "round a coconut tree: then before entering the Intersection, and 'THE RIGHT

librarian has Issued an appeal for:residents of there are great books and great Ideas they had not conceived Forbidding an other monks a taste. TO PROCEED SHALL BE SUBJECT: TO THE RULES

the county to take a good look at what they have and to of: great music they had not heard; great places Why if I put a fence around this tree APPLICABLE AFTER MAKING A STOP AT A STOP
make It available not only to present historians of the area beyond: their own homes., Starvation would force you to steal from me. SIGN.

but to posterity,'' I remember when I was in college one of the great Here's another thing a monk won't do:
It will be only on the basis of a first rate collection Judges of the nation} asked me what my college. mates 00 out at night and tt In a stew; On the other hand, when a yellow light flashes at
of county: memorabilia that a tint rate history: of the coun- thought about. I told him they were has I was) mainly con- an intersection, "drivers of vehicles may proceed throughthe
ty will ever be written. In all the years since the settlement cerned with pacifism. And he told me they'd: better have Or use a club or gun, or knife
life. Intersection or past such signal ONLY WITH CAU-
of the county there has not been such a work undertaken.The foolish Ideas than no Ideas. To take some other monkey's

WPA history: of the county, written In the early Thirties All these youngsters, millions of them I would guess Yea, man descended the ornery: cuss;

is a shabby thumbnail sketch which Is patently a pieceof who will be graduating from high schools and colleges in But, BROTHER: be DIDNT descend from VS. .

make-work. the coming weeks all across the nation have in their grasp The author of masterpiece Is unknown, but my: good
One of the oldest attics In the county is right now undergoing the achievement of the greatest civilization mankind has of Memorial Home
neighbors, the Rev. and Mrs H. L. Rust,
some exploration. Others need It. The county library ever known. -
Community, who brought It to my attention, are not un-
system can use anything pertaining to this area. We have learned better In the eons since man came Don Pool'sOpeaM '

An exploration could bring up some Interesting material. down out of the forests to build towns and make laws and known.Who would dare contradict this monkey's analysis: ofman'
Go exploring for the libraries. live side by'side; we have learned to build the ac-called Improve civilisa
stupidities and cruelty: In order to OIII LAVIiDIST
Don't throw away: anything Let Librarian Andrews sophisticated artifacts of war better than we have learnedto
ton man might try: to Incorporate In his conduct some of ........ a ltlasMaR. GIelO CMe
Judge what I is worth saving.Around tolerate the differences of our neighbors. We have learned which animals
the Instinctive social and moral rules to
better to fabricate stretch yarn and asbestos pipe than we've respond. I have always thought that the morality of most OpeaMDeckle IGSRI Iingy E.g
ever learned about the Intent or aspirations or frustrations I'IIIIIt' PI." .......
of the lower animals was superior to that of man. They are
and Aboutby of fellow sitting next to us In church or in a bar. .
never obscene. Man, however, can use his Ood given gift of Lsatbi Sfe it-Ik. __s LsaAss IIie
Why do we shortchange ourselves in our relationships IMS Dm. Ito
imagination and become a pervertModern
HUGH SMITH, because another fellow does not hold to our precious: pre-
also tells that must not ETUTBODY WIIoOOBI!
anthropology us we
judices Why do we halter our children and our friends'children
Having lived the better partof struggle along without them. with our own whim and allegiances? They'll blame our extreme aggressiveness on the "animal" side of

half a century I find people Then we have the dedicated find enough of their own. our, nature. We are the only primates to have made of

fall into about four categories people, these are the ones who Two years ago, as I have written here before, I went witha fighting and war major activities You will not find organized -
and are pretty much the scare the rest of us out of our Methodist minister to a Ku Klux Klan meeting in a neighboring crime, warfare and social and political Infighting practiced

same kind of people as longas wits because we do not under- city It was, shall we say: a one-night course in An among apes or other animals One ant colony does not Helm
they'live. stand them and they do understand thropology. What the cross-burning and the shouting did declare war against another ant heap. Violence against his

Their habits do not change, us.Salvation. to me . and I found it a sickening experience . was own species is essentially the creation of man.and not a heritage .

their personalities do not Army workers, wit far, far less offensive than what it did to the :youngsters from the lower animals. Funeral Home

change and if they were bums nesses civic workers ministers, who had been dragged along by their loutish parents to list In a school essay on cats, a little girl said, "Cats usedto
at 10 years old, chances'are and doctors, searching the alleys en to this hate-mongering. have nine lives, but since Christianity came they need

they are bums at fifty years and back-streets for the Children, I have heard It said, are basically cruel . only one.. She evidently agreed with the Apostle Paul who' '" CHARLES HELM

old.The human derelicts giving aid and cruel to each other. Their cruelty I would say, lies in a claimed that even the animals will be benefited and nature
kind of man who la born comfort when and where they basic forthrightness. Mostly it is not premeditated; mostlyit Improved when man lives up to his high calling as a human Funeral Director

with nothing and from no- can. They are also aware of 1s personal rather than prejudiced. And as to their prejudices being whose destiny it is to become Ood-llke. In Romans

where, usually: wants nothing the things that money cannot they: will be less trammeled u they are less pre- a.19: and 22 (The New English Bible) he says: "The created { Phone 2S4-9C9G
and result of his wants, but and so are we. ,
as judiced. universe waits with eager expectation for God's sons to be
he gets nothing. His entire ex Finally, we come to the The young Marine, my own son and a million others revealed . the whole created universe groans In all Its GREEK COVE SPRING. FLORIDA
istence is spent burdening the scratcher, a combination of all like them stand at the threshold of life that, if they choose parts as If In the pangs of childbirth while we wait HWT. lEAST r. O. BOX 441
world under the guise of one these people. This is the cat it, can be exciting and challenging or, they can become for Ood to make us his eons and set our whole body free.

charity or another. This is the who will always have something drones, married before they have had a chance to see ...
man who heaps together all but will never have every something of the world, haltered to children before they
the mistakes of life and creates thing. He matches destiny for
are ready, chained by the circumstances that require that
monster called destiny. the beers every day of his life,
they milk cows or do some other chore that will make life
And then, of course, we have plays long shots draws to inside not exciting but a deadly bore that goes on and one

the man who has everything. straights, bob-tailed flushes Punk? No, prince The world of 1885 will be their world.
In his family lineage you will and sweetens the pot holding
They may: shape It with more grace than we have shaped How
find shrewdness, guts and de. a pair of deuces. Occasslonally. Their
ours. every moment can be an exciting challenge.
termination. he connects, and for this res- _
Somebody along the line son, he cannot be convinced CIOUIAI MOTOR VIHICll INWCTK CAN IAVI UVIII
knew people better than the that such a person. a born

people knew themselves. The loser exists. lucky we ftund that fWthi

benefactors of this heritage This man would not be con { your bnbt..tiy oouldVc SecureIs
may not be the same kind of tent with a pot of gold If he ,l failed you when you needed
people their fathers were, but found It. His happiness lies in than moett
don't lay any odds a heck ofa its pursuit.

lot didn't rub off. This at The good Lord must have 4 ufpM,4B1

thuds of this man Is an aware- loved this kind of man or he f TIt
ness of the things that money wouldn't have made so many N Their

_ cannot buy and his ability to of us. I,

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THROUGH THE AIR Ian-lit, pn-arlioni, teachers Rlill l friends hate/ all made their
I I TRAINING COWMAN?. contribution lo the jrounffitfrs who
arc receiving their
ITS OLO6AN 19.. k diplomas as
'PREPARE THE MAN' members of the high school rlaimra of 19N! W hot* that along the

ANP THAT'S JUST WHAT way, th.'jr have learners the importance of industry and thrift

For tile third
.. straight year we art presenting each member of
the Clay high. School senior "Iftlll with a $300) checking account to bo
weed 1 as hey M*, fit We hOJIO, that for mAnY it will lie the Mart of that
,M.N r..,.. {son/ financial
:: AIR TRAINING COMMAND RUNS THE security which. 'their fatores may U |n. bright.
SAN ANTONICV TEXAS. NEW AIR/MEN/ RANK BY MAIL( After l Il30kin hours, nee our Having LtlttrTOP '
ARRIVE AT THIS BASE, AND ARC l COTNEYTIRE coD\'t'nit'ntJrIOt'Ate'd l outllile! U| .
?- CLASSIFIED INTO THeIR TECHNICAL w Stm-t door of the tnk.Telephooest .
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Lift YovrChy County Property with From the smallest U the LARGEST! .; :"

Distributor Miller Tires Autolite IlatteriesRECAPPINO
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Miss Jane Louise Ryan, or INTERIOR DESIGNERS ISTEf 'fn'1riWITH
Mellnda Olennan. daughter Johns River Junior College. daughter of Mr. knd Mrs. O. .
.of Dr. and Mrs T. Luke Olen- The list 'of Clay: County students W. Ryan of Doctors Inlet. Is H. Prank Garner, Jr., was .

nan, wu graduated last Saturday who made the list was to be wed to Mr., Barry ,Lee .. recently elected vicepresidentof ; ".' .Pv
the Virginia Student Chap
from Howe? Academy She published in The Crescent set- Lancaster, son of Mr. and Mrs.
ter of the American Institute of
wu one of 76 graduates at the end weeks ago. In the official L. IL Lancaster of Green Cove

school's ninth Annual. com- release sent out by acting President Springs. .. Interior Designers for the coming

,;mencement exercises.: C. I* Orerturf Miss Max.wen' ., . ... & .: year. He Is the son of Mr. .
The vows will be recited on {: ; and Mrs. Harold P. Garner, of ,eON'
name was :Inadvertent Saturday .
June 13 at 3 in
pjn. ', Chllhowie, Va
Marsha Ann Turner daughter ly" om tt.d. Our apologies. Asbury Methodist Church InDoctol'l '.. ' The Garners were residents
of Mr. and Mr*. D. C. Turn ,
Inlet the 'of
on corner ... of Green Cove and Frank Garner
Jet are not going probe for
er, win begraduated on Sunday .1 to vlrtuei;
highway 31 and 334. .
afternoon at Southern Mrs. R. L. Kledik Is In Char- ( war graduated from Clay .If you plan to work this simmer, they'll take you oa face vain,.
Georgia lottesrllle Va. for ,the graduations The reception will follow at tI High School In I960. It i alwajrt a Rood kite to try your Therefore, appearances" are. going
,College, Stateiboro Os. Principal of her son. Kenneth, at the home of the bride on state Before transferlng' to Richmond hind at something discs related to to count. -
speaker at the exercises road 330. All friends and relatives ..\.>, the career you dope. in follow when A i far ai clothes are coocerned.
the of Virginia and Professional ,
University; ,
will be Congressman Phil Lan- 1.' Institute, you (graduate from nhool The boy the boy I It more Impressive when he
drum.: of Kenneth's wife, Lynn from of the couple are cordially I Garner attended St. Johns River ot girl with actual working expertince shows up wearing a tie.
; MIll Turner la a 1961 Charlottesville High School Invited to attend. i fI Jr College. He'wlU be graduated i It more likely pressed tlacka, and neatly shin
(graduate of Clay High School I to get 11M job ihoti. He should alio check to nuke
Catchpole, now assigned to NeW from Richmond Profes.atonal
hit hair
U and
when it, a torn Mire tidy his nails
of the family; will also Conway Owlngs, former superintendent Institute with a BFA degree up between two are thee Before leaving the hoo...
Ernest Wild, IOn of H. B. be in for academic kudos. Kenneth of the Green Cove In Interior Design In June, v pplicanti with it helpe 10 take a bath or drawer,

Wild, war one of 94 students Jr.. will "graduating" Springs Yarn Company, spent 1>66. tquJtyooJrho.Ieukrerufd..Sue. ipply s deodorant,, and. foe e*>

,la the University of Florida from first grade. She will be : the weekend at the Qul-81- ira grooming insireocegargle with
a good oral Inti-
College of >Business Admlnlstra- Joined In Charlottesville by Mr. Sana Hotel before entering Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Revels prlilnpty: ftw enough ordi, sprit like
,I ton t.o"be:named to the trt- Kledzlk this week. Before leaving I Baptist Hospital In Jacksonville N. F. CATCIirOLE'S I.t nary and aviila- ine.Thli.
meater'dean' Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Revels Revels have only recently returned : the breath
list. Green Cove, the Kledsiks where be will undergo MOTHER DIES AT 14 t'tzr ble summer poilttoni
I nave won again I The Lincoln from a trip they won lend
can count J
had Mrs. Sadie He will be Joined by Mrs. Chase
as their guests surgery. Hope Catchpole, toward during the
Mercury Division of the Ford to California and Las Vegas I s morejilniwroui
Sally Maxwell, daughter of Andrews, Mrs. Jane Godfrey I his wife and daughter Libby, '4-;year-old>> mother of N. F. future. The.., for ex- view. Litter-I I
Motor announced last The
Company; runner-up, (those dealers
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Maxwell i and Miss Carolyn Rhyne, all next week-end. The Owlngs Catchpole, of Green Cove, died amp';*I A girl 1
week that the Revels bad won who qualified In the six when
made the dean's list at St. i of Norfolk. I will spend the month of June la a Corning, N. Y. hospital '>-leV'| *ed.Ired. >l nn* forneatneu Mr
the coveted European trip to groups In the southeastern .
at Vllano Beach. Spain and Swltserland. The one) was picked out of the after a long Illness on May 19 Si.e: I A teacher until her marriageIn CMUP Counwlor __Tea,'hmg chic.
trip la planned for sometime hat by Mrs. Revels. The PLMyers sadshoes
Mr. and Mrs. Berwick Anderson liDS, Mrs Catchpole war a Osntruction:: IV 'rer Fniineering\ itockingi.
In July. dealer was the winner. Tom' Hoy ( r Chi) ;.PubliihinsUi with heed are "muita She
returned this week froma At a district meeting at the member of the First Congregational ..Lroom; Aultuni ..Photography, hould alio avoid overly fancy hair

two week vacation In Dunedin Lincoln divisional Chuicjt of Corning. V.liM ,..T,.... 'Hotel' doe, dark nailpoluh, and too mush
59LVcLEANJ3RsJ ut and Pensacola. BOOTH GETS In addition to her son In Management eye make-up. Again, the" U feel more
headquarters la Jacksonville: If the adds
tecure a gargle to herpre.intervlew
SALES AWARD Green Cove, she leaves three 0.... lspmulensDnp
the division manager told themJ. grooming sheds!..
Oother Martin ls home from p Revels Ford Motorama Thomas G. Booth of J P. others Roy Catchpole, of down Intli'e, you may be aB A art wordy If you feel you're
I Gainesville; Capt. Douglas iiKe rf a (.slaw or a jewel of a looking your bat, posh U 4. more
where has Ford
he. Motorama
Baptist Hospital carried the highest percentageIn was i iirnme-Jut prospective employer) auuredJftnt .
Catrhpole, now assigned to Me-
been a the southeastern sone. It honored for outstanding sales
paUen'I performance Quire Air Force Base; and your queiilona answered in this column Write lot Lambert.
I was also noted by the Ford Division during It84 at a James Catchpole, of Addison, Ross I26I, 4 0 Ltiinnton A\e. New York. N. Y. 10017

ALL CLEANING DONE ON PREMISES Word has been received that how w"Vu4 It .U for banquet at the Diplomat HotelA N. Y -
; two daughters, Mrs
A3/C Tom Clarke, son of Mr : one dealer to tai two contests Country Club In Hollywoodby I

AH Oethesi and Mrs. Edgar T. Clarke, II'' at the MUM tune. Mr. and Mrs the Sea, last Saturday.A Basil Upturn and Mrs Elm I
select number Benjamin, both of Coming; 33 SUMMER BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE
stationed Da o( Ford
presently In Nang I
Svelte S KIMew PreefedMetkPreefe4 grandchildren and 21 great
Viet NMR. When he left the OP DEMOLAYS TO dealership salesmen were presented grandchildren. I
special sales awards for (Beginning 1))
t Cleaned and Presses! be assigned
States he was to HOLD DANCE, JVNB | Burial was In Corning.-...
to Thailand. I"unusually PMtUndlng perform .. Place Day TIllIeRI..rvt.w
-' N. Bslra Charge Far The Orange Park Chapter1 t>nce." A large group of outstanding Park
Every Wednesday 110.7:00Meedowbrook
FAST S E U V ICE of the Order of DeMolay will Ford salesmen received .D.ilalr : :
Every Wednesday IOG-IOO: :
CHURCH NOTICES hold a Sweetheart Dance on membership In the Ford PLEASE/ (Near SevenElevenlMagnolia

Saturday, June ft, at the 100-600 Club In recognition/ of ,
SHW4MJVNOW 9FoRCSTRRCS Sprp. Apta Every Thursday 5:00.5:00Vlninls : :
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Orange Park Lions Club from their 1864 sales accomplish VeVaVSBiiv Village Every Thursday

SOCIETYCw. eight o'clock until midnight. ments.
Pierce Station Area Every: Friday 1:3GOOeNear : :
E. a..... Si. A Music will be provided by The average JOOiOO Club ( Penney Finns) 1,70770Mlddleburg : :

OPEN N. MagveUa Ava. Harris and the Sierras member sold more than 1400,* Every Friday IOG-IOO: :

GREEN COVE SPRINGS There will be free refreshments 000 worth of automotive merchandise O Q Penney Farms Memorial Tuesday, June 1 A 1:3G-I0oo: :
FLORIDA In 1B<4 to for
qualify 2 Weeks after
Admission will be $I 00 every

COIN OPERATEDDRY Joe 6, INS single and $1.50 couple All the national honor.In Klnale Lake Tuesday, June 1 A 10:30-11:10: :
addition to Sales Awards,
SabjecltGOD DeMolay candidates will be ad- 1QJ1.Yu every 2 Weeks after

THE ONLY CAUSE AND mltted free. It Is hoped that a 900600 Club award presented Coy 11I11 Tupada", June 0 A I::0G2:30ev'fJ :
to Lewis L. Chancey.
CLEANING CREATOR members of the 8t. Johns I Wale after
Chapter of the Order of De- Doctor's Inlet Tuesday, June 0 A :1"1:00: :

A cordial InvUatlen b eitended Molay of Green Cove will come Support Tlu(1IIKKX Pa E"e.N every I Weeks after
114 Nertk ....... GREEN COVE SPRINGS i
to attend ear ...,..., and Join the fun. ( : : rOVK) : nIINLS: :(

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LaMAI. ..O'I'ICIIJSOTICE A ,.), , '... I I \
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t./: ',: .. ,r LAm, 'OWNER ",
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f 'Block Calvta Wilcox, ', ...,.., ".71 Part of In Dad Book
4 /I.-0,0.1. .. ree. Earl Frabcle ..
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\ NOTICE 1 11 hereby given that the following described Wait If ft: 'of lot 1. block 43. i, ? '.... ':,

r e land will be sold at pubiuj' auction on the 6th day of July .. reo 1.0R No 31. Pace esi Milton H., Pcmroy .,; ".. ." .71 East 10, 71 1Q4jk ft of80 W.. e4oNorthhalt" of8uburbe Lot Frank M'.n..4"J'l''''' .n? 11.11W..t

/ f 1965 at the City H of lot I Block H, and . .
;1- Hall door In, Green Cove Springs, FU., East ; Halt 01 a ,. .."
west 11 ft. of lot 4, block 44, U 1ft. of wet
BY EVA LABOR''a.ther' to pay the amount due for all taxes herein let opposite to : O.C.L Fred k KUeireel Brldlll .... 41 71 Lot 10 Block Ii, Nortb 811. E4 Bartley I :11l! ..';.., . ..

the lame together with all cost of such sale and adver South H of lot 4, and north % burbs alga 'r.. 10.11
Day Gift A French Briar tising.DESCRIPTION. cf lot I Mock 47, Borden. .- j. Lot F. .ID of Lot U. Birch 20. Lee \$ .
Brooker .... .. .".>. Eva
Oak 8t S/D/O.C.8. J. Altoll' North Suburbs,7.
With a 3-Carat Diamond in the. .' '
I OWNER T C Lot t. Block II, Borden'. Oak 10. ft of Lot' I'D
Part of lot /7, Palmer A Ferris Bt S/D lee part to 8RD. o! Lot I Block !i, North tlu. .. 'JUI
For father darling 0o'.r asked time Lea-rand .. 1,71 :. t. OR Be' N,
George Jewel Fred <
one a.C.8.
Tract f. burba,
What a* recorded In DB 47, r1of Stokee P'K"1t 1,1.... ,....
1F ( e, not. man wouldvan when he was on the Johnny P "' Slater B. Robertson ..........1..11 page Oft ills
Part of block It Borden' Oak
: a 3.tarat diamond in hla Carson show with and
me, Block 10.
Part of block /*. as recordedIn 8t 8/D/aC.B.; a* reo. In DB 811I Quarter of Lot I.
ppd, mBut a woman that'i George said, "My grandmothersmoked DB 48, P ||, Palmer Frrl. 14. Pace 141 Jeannette Logo ."".. ,&.U and Way halt of Lot .. Block v' ? "

an We fritrirtly 1.pIP'a different and diamond matter. very, much a pipe But and I neither liked her of Tract Ernest Tlpplna ... ,.....".., I 4.Fart .f' Lot I. Block T, WILon'A Kirk. .JI 10. Book70rpeiu4lYc. I.n.eeI I. Leo K. Holland. ..:..... ... 11,11SW
., Patrick 8/D North Suburb. Leonard' Wolf I.
of easterly US ft. tt block ,
11 Jiav men are pipe smokers Block
found out that by do- of Lot I
t1 Palmer *: Ferris tract, a. I' ,, Quarter Annie 'Stowa" I..;... ,. .,
So I ..
went Bennett Cerf who block
lug research on pip smoking, recorded In DB II, P 7* 'Bonnl. L. A Bruce L " Part of lot I, I'. Smith 10. North SlIbllrbl I.U

you weft a lot of interesting smokes a pipe all the time. Robertson .......,......, 11.71 Plat of block II. Ncrtb 8uburb. I Block 10. , Ilrue.a that la why then First I asked him, "Do you asa North 5RoflotSklasra. Pa*.. I4 a*.r.t'. la OR, No. 84. M. .tokeU Br. II.U 'E North Quarter Suburbs ot Lot Detest k WUfor4 Davie . ZUIHili

t ar. 10 many women in the research publisher, think I that men: corded In OR 17, P. '01, Ifcoto'r'' '
field. I have been doingUvi. start to smoke a pipe and then ten' replat of West '/' of .' West U of lot I, block 11, North8uburbe t 41.11 Quarter or Lot I Block 15. IIIJI"! "
research on pipe smoking become novelists; or do novelist block 17, Palmer A Furls Ruth North Suburbs, uc'P' part DOnl.lla S. Stevens ... . .,

Ueaas I have thli association start smoking I a pipe because Tract \ Oertrud Sapp ."."...".,. 1t.1I: Booth H erf lot 4. block II. to Rivers .. I, 1.15

with thfl new aromatic Master. it makes their pictureslook I Lot 7, Sootten'i Replat of wet North Suburb. Wilbur Lawson. .ill 1 Part of the NID Quarter 011 Lot

: c' pipe tobacco and I have so handsome on the paper) I/I of block 17, Palmer AFrrl. : 8. Block 10. North Suburbaa. ,,.p '

found cut for them that a lot dust cover of their books? Tract. Franklin Roi.nbiuh ...,.. l1.ft Et Suburb H of lot I, block 10, North W. R. Hall ,,7/ nee In Deed Book II, page May Williams .l. .. .". . ., 1,11!
of TMiwn Just like like He thought about this for a 14f.
me. .
: apipe Lot I, Scctten' Replat of L.
long time and then he said in went East H cf lot t block 18, North 10 North
. especially if there la "1 of block n, Palmer A: Part of Lot 4 Block .

t. man at the other end of It. way that of deliberate his, "I, don't plpi-smoklng know.' Furls Tract Franklin Ronbuh ...... I..74 thereof.Suburb: lea* Northerly 73 ft W. R. Hall """ .. ...:.. .. ..4T Suburbs page 611 a. rea In 014340. 11, H.I.II W\IIama ....... . . 10.\1

But now,I will tell you ome- How many know Wait 44 ft. of lot II and all '
North H of .aat M of let 1, and f Block to, North .,
thing I an not understand al e3.tocfe of lot Franklin Square, a Part of Lot ,
f who think I ..
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can of
ft of She east' H Dad Book
together We are always seeing BID of block 100 Palmar AFerrl : rtUb'c': 10 North Suburb Minn\ !* L.. Pascal ,....... -4i Suburbs as reo. In Mamie Ise Forr..t' .".,, 1.15
I pictures of pipe smoker wearing Wise "(..'III.b..? Tract Jack and Ida Brookr .. .. ,. 14.1 H. page

tweed Jacket and fitting "Tell me, Bennett" I said North part of lot K block 101 A Lot 10 ft. by 70 ft. on North. 1 Part of Lot f, Block to, North

T.r in deep leather chair with a "how do you like it when a Palmer A Ferris Tract Lester Crockett .""..... . 10.1 weal Corner ft Lot I. Block I lIuburb. a. rac.n Deed Book Knoll .
30, North Suburb, a In Johnnie ,;r n" ," 1.1\\
'haggy'dog curled up at their woman smoke a pipe?" He Deed Book 4, .i.'ee. Wilbur Lawson .?... .. ..,11.70 H page 4t .
Part of lot A, Blook 101. Pal- pace .
aid "I don't mind it until the
!eet. The I hear 11 North
Block ,
way women I & I,
rear A: Ferris Tract, a rec. Lou
+ talk about e think starts to borrow my tobacco" In DB 101, P 111 Bobby Davl. .. ., .., ... . 10.1 Lot Block II, North Suburbs Viola McDad. ... ... .. ... 10.11 Baburb. part reo In ell
Mr men an who w.le: : a pipe, I Then he stopped for a halfhour i Deed Book IL pac. 171 OR I 0 ,
puffed hi Lrt A. Block 101, Palmer A Lot I and part of Lot 4. Block -? NP, 1/. pair* 174. Deeel Book
would think that curled up at on pipe Il. North Suburbs Wilbur Law.on .,."".". n- DIM Book No., I J'
l Ferris Tract, a* ro. In DH 11 pat 414. .
{ the feet of every pipe smoker finally said"Actually: it might 177, P 13, lei part reo. In DB 105 4<1. OH No. paredi
than North Ethel William .. .. . ... ,.. 10.11 pic l"i.
would be a woman. keep them quieter theyare. 71. pac. Ill, DB 16, P 111. DB Lot 7. Block !1. Suburb ,
William Makepeace That 100, P JS J. Slater Smith .... . .. ..., '.71 Lot No. lK."f'W Pr..oh.r. Deacon lick
Man'i Put frond South half ct I, Block 11. s ,...., ...'."""",. . 174
kery the novellit.once .... 10.11 : ,
Willie. James .,
Of course, I know that a dog 'the pipe draws wisdom Lot 5 A e. block I, a I/D of North Suburbs r'
i wrote lot C, Block 103, Palmer A Part of Lot S. Block SI. North V wSuburbs
man's best friend but I also
from the of the North halt or Lot II Block II, M
know some who think that laps philosopher Ferris Tract a* r.o.' In OR I Peter Tledala ......."""IMS aa reo. la Deed Book .
men North lIuburba Louis E. U.D4rlcka' .. . 10.11
and mouth II, P 111. Albert A MaraareHoelir..* ...... II pate 271
if you can get a woman to .UM{

bring you your slippers and of the foolish'pipes .we might womensmoking find Lot T. Block t. a 8/D of Lot C, South North'half Huburb.of Lot 4, Block 22, Calcite Tldal. ?.. ..... .. I.TS Fart of br.I: Block 31. North r rn
the newspaper when Block 103, Palmer. A: Ferris' b reo. In Deed Book
you come lome more philosophers , or Tract Albert W Hodges ..... ""11.71 SOI except part reo.
) home it I I. better than a dog. have a little more quiet. Lot 8, Block II Less south 41 In OR No. /1. pac 44 Carrl. Scott ."."". .. . 1111
10 7
ft. and eouth ft. cf Lot
'One ,
reason they women A Wilkinson Re-
Lot I. Hqa-.n
Heir .,. ..11.711
better than dogs la i that youdon't This I will tell you I'm sure plat of Lot D. Block 101 Palmer Block II North Suburb Ellen Audio Part of Lot 4. Block 11 North ,

nave to take them out oft if women should ever starto A Ferris Tract Fred R. Everett ".".""..11.11 Lot I Block II, North Suburb J. O. Smith "".. .. ... ." ? 11.11 Suburb a* rec. In OR No. 11, Raymond I Fender- ...,. . II It
for a walk at night smoke pipes it will/ make pac 433
11 ft. of '
life easier for men. I mean it. Lot I and Southerly North half of Lot II, Block II, .. .. ,
Women iot only like men Lot. 4 A: I. of Block 1 of Lot North Suburb. Joseph A Wllhema James .. North half of Lot T. Block II'
There will 1 be something new '. a half
V, Block 104, Palmer A Ferrl North Suburb Incept
who smoke pipes, they like the to give as gifts far birthdays I Tract Ella)' Buiatt Heirs .. .. ..11... acre In NW Corner Nola, Herring. ... .. ... . . 170
smell of pipe tobacco so much :. Lot 1 and East IS ft. of South -- c
of them and annlveriailes and things Part of Lot H Block 101, Palmer . 100 ft. of Lot 1. Block 13, I andD of Lot S "
some are starting to Ito!! that. Pipes. Believe me, Ferris Tract, a. ro. North Suburb, also a Lot 100 Lot.Block II North Suburb T. t. Alderman ... .. ... 171.
pipe themselves. And I darlings, there is : Luther E. Gillian ... .. .. 11.70 ft by 100 Ft. In 8W corner -
nothing a 48
In No. II, page .1J .. ... "
II did some research on this too. girl would welcome; more thana of Lot S, Block II Annl. FlemingBarfI I Lot 1 aid fc: Block II, North .* -
If women like men who smoke Lot II A 14, Oak Terrace 8/D preachers Deacons lick
rice French withchic Palmer Lot 4 Except Northerly II ft., Suburbs IlelleC .... ........ .. . 3:1
I wanted to find if diamond of Lot J. Block 106,
pipes, out ..., 11.31
Adam. .... ,
it worked I 8-carat set In A Ferris Tract Calvin Brow ., .. .. .u. .. 1.74 lock IS, North Suburb ? "

asked vice versa So I the stem and a canister of Lot II Block 14 North Suburb Annie P. Brown *t al .... 11.11 All' Blocks I' and U Nortb" k. -
Johnny Ccraon If he Masterpiece to with It. Part of Lrt C, Black 101, Pal.mer Suburbs Pre : Deacons
liked a woman who smokes a go A a* rec. Italiefachers r...... .. .. ... . . ILlt

t t lpe. Johnny was very frank. ""Darling" of show huslneMnj In l'D 10'J.ctj,. 40* Phylll. Crews ., ,,. .... .. .. 13,SI Lcta part S deco A S .In Block I Deed IS Book, Except fl, II led Block A,

t He said "I haVo never met a spokeswoman f,r 'la3ter.. Part of Lot C. Block 101 Pal. pace. 143 and exuepl part to Lot.Fin 1 Hill to 8/D, o* Block II
winian I dHn't like." Then\ I 'toto pipe tobicco t mer A Ferro Tract, aa rn'In Peter and Young. and deco North Suburb Preachers D aeons SockRelief
In OK No. 71, page S44, North .. . . I''''
Deed Book 108, page 411 Eldon J. A Annl. Robinson Suburbs Annl. Jnkln. ..... """. I.U ,,1. ".. ..

t of Lot C. Block 101. Pal. f Northeast quarter of lot 4, Lot 1. Block lBNorth Illll 8/D I '. .. .. . 771.
suburbs Dclphu ...cDanl.I.,.
C mar Ar Ferris Tract a* reo. : . 11.71 ot Block /
. . ... . T.T4 Block SS North Suburb Mr*. Ethel Calhoun I
QUICK ENERGY FOR I In OK7 No. 63, page 117 Eldon Itcblnion I
CHAMPION I Incl., Block B,
of IrisH A lot SS ft. 4>y no ft. In Lot S Lon.111111 8/t, of Block /1.
10 Pool' nplat
1 Lot ,
Block !4. North Suburbs, a* Sick
) J: 0' _" Ferris A: C. Traut Block, 107 Plat, Palmer Book A 4:, reetn: Deed Hock I, pace luHenry Jordan ... .. .. . .. ., 13.S1 North Suburb. Preacher Relief ...A...Deacon... .. .. .. . . 11'1 1 "

". ,,rat 'tif'f Charles E. Todd 336V I
pa 173 North 10 ft of the West 13* ft
Lau I. S. S T. and 11, Block
of Lot S Block 34, Norm 8uburb -
t Part of Lot F, Block 101, Pal. /1. Ncrth: Suburbs prarhrs Deacon Sick
mer A ....,rl. Tract being the ., a* reo. In Deed Book Itellef ...., ..,, ,..... . 1111
1*. pane S73, led Book 11 ,
West 13* ft. ol the Eat (II
1 fl. of the North lily It, a* .. pace North U7.Suburb and part of Lot I Joe Fleming .. ... .. ,. .., Lot S. Block (3 All Block SI.S .
reo, In Oil No. 111, pact 4I< nob.rt Poets ; ? ..,., .,,.11." 1.741 I I* and IT. except Lnt 7.

L"I Part of Lot P', Dlrck 107. Pal. South halt of Lot fleck II : . . *duburb./ A Il/Block.ll.'f :* North' Pu.artir* A Deacons tick
.i... 147
Alberta Walker
5.t mer A Frrrl. Tract, liplnf, North Suburbs Hellef ... . .. .. ... . . II"

west 173 ft., of the emit 647 Lot e. Annie Jnne BIn of Lot
.ta fl. of the south 361 ft. except I A 4, lllovk: 37, North 8u- Lot 1. Block 7*. llorflon Plac, . I S'":
. .
. . .. ,
Iris' .. ..
North Suburb.
.tt r the east 100 ft' of the nur.hno 11.10Lot burh. James T. Eaion .... . .. .. ..74 "
Frank Fo.ter .
ft. thereof. Pert of llloik 1 1/0 of Lot t, Lot 1. Block P Bhand Plat E. J. Field .."" .,.. . . l Uli

I. Flamlnn-o Four M If) of mock II, a* reo. In Olt No. . . tt
I the part' of Palmer .'..rrl.'fr.'I II. pan 9* Willi.) Autln .. .. ... .. It.IS 1 Lot 4, Block P. Bhanil Plat Qeorcla Ann Holll. ..
per plat book I, I'm.
t 17. James C. Harper IMl Part of Block 1, tUrrlan' 8/D '. Let 1. Block Q. Shanda Plat Wllll Ma Freeman If. . 1111

t Part of Palmer A HVrrl., Tract of Lot*. 1 a.Work roe In SI Deed North Book Milbnrb Lot I Block Q Bhanil Plat Arthur DeLoach ..", . . 11'

aa r.', In tilt Nr, 49. I'aiia. Joe Llnare. .'I KIT I 43. pac Tl Juhn A Martha Jones ... . II." Lot S. I Incl. Block Q,

634. fart of Block I, Lot I Brock Bhand iaP Wilbur Lawson . . ... . taw.

A lot lying hetnem Mlewllil, 3*. Uurlan'aD. North Suburb .
S tats IAS. Flock V, Shan*.
An. and eaventure .
a. reo. In Heed Hook tR I:
Hill .. . .
Plot Eva L*. Bruneon
t In Palmer Kerrli Tract a*
II pegs 144. and feed Honk
w'E ree. In on No 77 pegs l''>7 II P. Tomes ..... 11'1 /1. cote 47t, Dred Bcok 44, I Lot S and I Block V. Bhand

A lot lying between Honaven- page 341 Frank Myers ...,h.., .... 11.11 a.i Frank Myr. ..... ,..". . : .'
tore Ave. and Mlewllil Ate. Neil 3*
fl. nf flinch 1 Lot I.
d In Palmer Ferris, Tree .. A 13, Block V. Shanda
Bloch0. :
llnrrlan'i H/ti, "
... tl.70 Wllll. P. A Evelyn Plummer I'
lice /In OH No 77, Page III ) If P ?? I IP..rt North f.hurba a* rtoe In 11..<1 I.

1t b of block 110. Klmn.t 8/T, Hook *, page 30 and IDS ..e.reps Lots Blcck V, Bhand Plat Ell.ha Garner . . . . II''I.'tt '
"SE; BET WEAPON"-Th.I was the way sn el.U Chsrlottee. part to tariff. lot I*,
Palmer A Ferris Trart a. rei-
'File Virglnla! housewife Pavl . .. . ... .. . 1* 1* Muldruw Lot and Lot to Allen 11 Block V
5 and mother of two children described a In OK No. I*, pace .. IIlr..nt MattU' Mitchell ... ... '.f4 : Ellaha Garner ... .r. . . . ,
0x mall' box of rddnwhen the won the 1964 women' Virginia

Sine Amateur. Coif diamplonihlp. Ann Pollard 39 wife of Dr. E.AC.IKy.., one half. *. of rto lilt In went oil N nf.'. Lot I. Block I rl t..., 1 Her- t Lot I and I. Block W Bhand

,wiii.m: Pollard U pictured hen al the F.rmlnglon I Country dub 14. Pan. 179. Palmer and a\M and Fvelyn Knight . II II Suburbs rlan'l> Block 10, North Martha A Neat Jon.. ... ., 171 Plat B. It. A Maggie Bradley If oj
golf COUNt In diarloltrivllle Ferrla Tract.
during recent round
a practice preparing
Lot 4 and *. and Lot I*. Block
for this VSA tournament In July She Ii teaching I fora sad lot: 1. Block t of Lot I her.rice' W. Whande flat less part
AC' By.
lot wet
l small park of ralilni" which she *lwre carries I with her on the A north of Center et a* re.. a'D of Block II, deer. la Deed Book 101 pas
link Suburbs Edward William . . .,.." 1.71 141 weber LawioaLetj .... .... . 171
Standing five fret .1 U and one-half Inche. tall and weighing In flied B flok 14, PKK Ito
120 pound. Mr. Pollard she tend tire 1'.lm.r" Parole Trart.A Hub Weaver . . .. . .. . I.n Half of Lot 4 A 'v :
lays lo more easily than North I. block ? t 7 S. Block W. Bhaad. Plat Blla. Colors "... .... . . ,IIa
other layr'ee She And I of Lit S lien"U, t
many says a significant two years
ago, "whrn r discovered that a hh't.d of raisins' wi all I needed corner lot of Oft sir 70 lot ft. T.In Palmer NW- tllovk 3*, North Suburb Nola herring', 1.71 Lot S Block W, Bhand. Flat Wilbur Lawson .... . . . 0"

lit renew mr strength for tournament play," Iliad A Book Verne II Tract, .Pan, a.440 r.... In Nola Herrln .. .. . . . .. *..l Lot Herrun'e I A 1*. Block BIn, 4 Block, of Lot 31 t Lot .. Block W. Bhand Plat Wilbur Lawson .. .. ... . . I .:

Lot 13, P.wltt1. 8/n \\lll ft Threaa Plummer 174 North Huburbe .... Wrodruff .... 11.11 Lot 11 aad part .f Lot It. Block
W. $lt. . .
Plel) a d" r. In
Lot I', Dewltt' B/D Mai-y Ailama . . . . . 11 Part No.of 17 Block pass 31 77, a,* North ree. In Suburb. OR I' Peed ttnok lea pate 1eJames A Lnerln Tleeee . "s .1

'i 1' - GLANCE R Llol. JIunt.r .,... It.UCowrl 'Lot 7. Block WJ Ell.ha . .. .
RAVEL Lot IS l>*wltfa H/T, aa roe Bh.nd. Plat Garner .... ...
.., r ,I, In OH No. 1pars III. Ml.lntat Home. lee .. . . H.T A lot SS ft. e.v lop ft. In Northcentral I III. i Lnu IS and II Block CX.

. . .. . . 11.15 part at Itt S Block \ .,, .
Lot IT Dewltt' I In 7."i>orali Wiley North Mub'''.... a. roe Plat Richard A Corrla Killer

FLORIDA FLYING COUNTRY CLUt-Group of Jlorldlan l.ot II, Pewltf. 8/D n ran Triton . . . . . . . .... In !>**d Hook 70. pace 411 Nola !l.rrio< ."....-/.T4A I '.of. t. IS. art Block EX

seeks! 200 co-member to buy an 8-year-old DC-7 from United "h."... Plat Klhha: Garner .... .... .
Airlines putting up $100 each and an additional $90 fee the Ut II P'wltf. B/D .:. 7.. FleUla' .. . . .. .. . ITS Lot II ft by 111 ft. In NW
$60 thereafter. Trip to be Part *( Lot I Block Ii. North Lot II Block IIX. Bhaadi Flat Albert Flower.Lnt . . . .
Ant year for maintenance yearly ... .. ..
lID Arvllla AI d HookT. I
deckled: by membership vote riving Carpet of Florida Inc., Lot II, ..... 111. !.... part to 34. Hack lOX except south

Box 725, Coconut Grove, Fla.: 33133. Part nf lot 13. Dew life ft/n. \\'II.a .Nola Hrrrlna- .. ... .. . .... ..TI 43.3 ft" ""II"d. Plat Ell... Gamer ....... . .
-I- a. reo. In Oil No. 51. rate 33*. Louise fettle . . . . . . .. 1.14Lose '
Part of Lot I Ulock 31. North Let i. Block IX Shand. Mat Naomi Richard ... .
FROM FLORIDA Americana Rail Cruises-21 to 28 day
4 Block ", 1"1."11.1 Muburn ree, la teed Ik okIS. .
I *
cove.Ing U. S. (and/or Mexico) $895 to $1,750: depending on Park > 1.1It1.' 1. Cruse . . . . . II." pac. 431 Elnorm A Jlmml.| I.T4 Lot IS. Block IX Bhaadi Plat Richard A Corrla Miller . I"
of wished First April 17 from Miami,
dcs ? departure
:e luxury
St... Petersburg, Tampa and Jacksonville, Lot I, llluok II. ldlwlU Park Tevn W. nU . . . . .. . 11.73 Part uburba., Lot, a 1.. re Block*, la II OK North No. Lot II. Block KK Bhaad Plat Annie Pander Henry . '

- Lot . I, Blo.k II, IdUwIld Ronald 4 Frankte Drtoktr ||.|J 41, pas S4S Arthur Brown.......,.. .... 11.11 lot 11, Block MIX Bhand Plat Jeeale Bellied .. ..... . '

'l'I'rk Mel S* fb, I** ft. on EaalMe Lot 14 ana 1*, mock IIXHhand. .

I 1ST SUMMER YOUTH TRIP f fFLORIDA'S All, Of blm-k 41. MUwIM' Park Jame. K. rahat' . .. . . . 147 ."ubur'of Lot. bound I Block o. I North*. North. 41: Plat Alfred Eo ".. . . . .

Iola I a I I A West by iJinde of H..rrln..
ecrept , Ut II, Block BX.
has Camp. n1T.clclel41 'w t'ark 1Iorb.I" )1.1'1.' Dentley . tl.U ..., by A.r.U n)., couth by Bhand. Plat Donald ghrork ,.... . . .
PININSULA Motor Club European I*vl* Laird 11 Nola Hrrln ......... ..,. '.n
li-R Caravan slated for youth June 9-July 20. The 1965 Itinerary Lot 1. I. *. T, Illork 43. 1.11.. Lot S, Block TX: Bhandi Flat Willie H dce. ...,.... . .
ptu.Mes: trans-Atlantic sailing Mary followed by wlld' t'ark "". In OR N<. Part nf Lot 4 Work II, North /
trip In buses throe h England Luxemburg.Fra .., Fate 114Tots Baiter, W. B..t..y. .,. . ? 144 Suburbs aa wee la Deed Hook Lot I. Block VX. Shand Plat Jasper Bryantaad .....e.Lat.1 "
Germany: :;du I : inclusIve 13, pC 33 H.dtlt. A LucllU Joh.aWII1U a Ills
Swltierland.I AII
:. e. Austria, Italy I, Pluck .7 M.wld, S. Blest TX
fee: $1,0X5.. George: T. Costello, Box! 1347, Lake Alfred, Fla. Park A ,.?.. R 1'.',.,,' . ". .. Iii Part of Lot T. Block\ n. North Mat Bhaad
ttiiburba reo. la f>*ed Book A Bernk. Garnerltt

U. S. travel plan basedon nf loll I A 5. block S*. 371 .... Frttnan .. .... 171.7I
RID In .. nt Ae... V. Juice ...... . .
a :340,000-member French club.l Reverse the usual "go now PH. Hamilton I" a. 1'.0. J. C. cape . . .. . . . . . 11.71 Let t. S. I A /. 8/D at tat C
;Jay j later" trend.. Instead a member save $638 a week for Ill 17. Page of tt t .Work |*. North Su. Block .. steeps tots t !. West

3 ;ear (total $995)) and then get a 20-tc-30-day European l.ot f. block ", Pa IUmllt burb.rUelerly. Ida N. Cooper . .,......... '. half of Isle | A I. North ..
ft. of Fact half
F. X. A Mary Lunb.r .... 11.11Let .1 Lot |. .,,4
tv;md tour, all expenses paid: During first 2 year, they get s/n t. ft. ef Lot *. Block :North i. ft fit Lot '. Gel/*a

prwium of two free 10-day trip to either Mexico, PuertoKlcx 5. Block IS. r.D. Hamilton. I*. North BaburtM. a* r*, In Gate sheer Erae.1 Ttppla' . . .. . .
I Virgin Island, Jamaica Bermuda or Canada. Annual club I/n George P..l "... ..."". ||.M OR No. f* pace let Naomi Smith ..... 147rrothy

duos are an additional $30 for singles, $M for a couple. Club Let S .. 7 aM .. Block tI,
Internationale 1707 L St., NW. Washington. D.C. East H of lot I, block t, QC.8 B. r. Anderioa Heir ... ... taI, Part of Lot .. Block I*. North Gold." flat. Racer Ph.H. C.rmlcaa.t ..".. .
barbs a. r**., .la T **4 Kuoet .
e James IX Butler .. ...... !...I, .
Lola 1 A S, Blr k_ It, OC.8. .u 17. vac Its aad l>e4 Beak Block IS. except Late T. S and
"ILl( LANDS TOUR Round-World) depart N. Y. by KK. aaco 443 Mllrh.H .0;........ lilt I*, all Rlork tl aid 27. OolO1 .
10 for Cairo, Beirut. Damascus, Dead Sea. Jerusalem A lot *. ft. by SI fl. In the NWenrn.t den .
ICLM My f lot I. block I*. a .r Erect Tipples ......
Athena Rome. Geneva, Paris and London Part .t Let .. Sleek I* Nertb.uberlve
ZAI"Inclu Tiberius. Financing available 10 per p'a'.rsil; ***. 'III OR No. '*, Juaalla Oloawr a...,/ .. tea la OR No. It. .' Block :. Late
y $1.095. William
veN. Y. to.N'. 7 T" "** w*
I* "I..ta... H.. ' cfnt down" Dr. Dorland p Dr}". Bibleland Foundation Tar pies and S. OoleVea *. ; Era.., Tlppla. ... .... ... .
< ..
ruvCaul. *' grin:.1 H f. of be lot tae S. block R. 0.0.5 II. "nlf, ae !' Part of Lot .. Black I* North J I t t? I j Lot S. Work It, o.i.s.. 43u

f MITNODIST t..J _Mission_ Tour1 'April 23-29. na. III on M* IS pats I*??, Will ..,...}e...... aUf/ ubiark. pate ae 819"'a4". I.D4 tw4 Book IWmkI. tII't.. ... .1;. ; i. ', 8laaer )\... Willie ra.. .*. .."...... e"
chartered! // O .., 'C IWBO .ll 1 IM part Dmw.In "
TraUway. Block execot
visit 9 Texas clues Depart Houston by) and two meals Lo park 1, raa In DB 111, page fie Ray Ana ... ............. UI i OR N.. St.. pare 17, sad. ,, Ed B. Taylor
lncIudn hotel Win room San OR Hex "l .. 34S OR Nex
f DrT bua. VVl3ty.. Board of Mlwlon 533: Banded* Rd. Late I A 1. bUck 41 ,OC.8. Cal la Wlleo ......".... U'Ut 'g 11. Sala 8I .r Oft MOo 71. Sage Tu CoDector
C. '1 T. I. AId.r.aa ............ LUIt City of Orem Can 8pr1IIzt
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holder of IkO'ioUcwInj tax *er- No. ..-.-.0ALICIII Plaintiff MOKTUAOB COM. EDWARD J. DACUTJEN,
UfloeXea and baa fllml aald .*rtUiaatea PANT a corporate, oeaad.
for a las 4d t. b* DAVIS ooaUlBON JOHNWA1DON COLLET. Pl.lnlIiIRICHARD\
eecrlpUoa of property: and lbs Plaintiff. THE STATE or I'LORIDA-Tel et aL, HANDS' AGAINST MAID EI-
11II MILBERGER name I. wfctoa 0..4. ar. a* v.. JOHN WALDOM COLLKT bfndnt TATUl
PAUL'SAO QUALITY PIANOS folia watCarUflcat WASHINGTON K.: BENEDICT etCII.rl... WafnerKten NOTICB<<: or scar You and each of you ar*
hereby: notified and' riqulrtd
No. It Mountain Virginia
Tar ana to prmnt any: alalm and
of .leauanot: July T. 1100wblcb YOU ARK IIHRKBT NOTIriED .
REFRIGERATION Nw On Display Mam* la ae.* *di D. A. wire, JOHN P. that a silt ha. been fll*< RICHARD HOFFMANMWO8ZOW8K1 demands) which" you, *r lthr
TAYLOR I of you,
Bojrd.l entitled
aa-alnt In the above
Legal linen,.. Bales Service' >oerlptloai Lot K, Bubdlvlalca wlUMj.V. AUNMl T. TAYLOR; caua. and you you are hereby 1'.. whose U unknown, elate ..m rW"R.Dar BACHT
: KOBSHT PUI>UETl 1 fUTkUUtiUKY but who. mailing; addre** lai14IIIII : JEN, dcead,
Lot late of said
SERVICE of 31. Block II. North lUL.kl, ulred' to ..,v. upon plantlffl
County, Judge ef
Huburba ail :
whoa and
-JENNY1' UUPLKY JK8IB name Marine Air Air !FI..IMarln ll'.b..I :rrr.;
C.rtlfloale No. 'I a/k/a draa appear hereon, your writnvrfjwiin. Wine' Clay ; .t hi* of-
Open I A. M. U t A. M.Cowty HAST FfRNlTTBE CO. Tear of Iuanoei July I. 111Nam KNIUHT KOBIN8UN.P1111CIL-form.srly tsa d.fsna., If to lbe bill Force Paclflo.' dor.PO. firs I* the. xioart houa of said
Alt CMdrHeerfaw. It.ery..eIs. St Walnut St Phone M4-5J1 la watch .*.*..eeI: Bob JKtWIk. KN1UHT) of nomplalni In f4 alt, copy Ban Francisco, CallforBU4A CouMy at Green Cove Bprlnn.
... _.... ..Mw by: Uavla. UA DUULKY! JKtMlb) OAMYI.IIIrormerlr :{ et which. I. d.llnr.d t. you 111.1 Florida. within' mix calendar
I 8. Pahnetto! Btreet Green COT Sprint, lla. OeerrlptloB' of Property Par JKS8IH 1> :abrvs.) On 0' biters June 51. M. aW08Z0W KI, who* month from the tlm rf the
IIII Ducal one of Lot A, Block 11. Paler RAYMOND DUUUKYl A.n. HI.Herein.. reldne I* Burl City North lint publication at this notice.
Horn Phona 2S4-I7SI "REAL Ferrl Tract a* rio, la Dee named pertoni not knowa to .b* fall not or pro Carolina I Two oopl* of each claim or demand
of Orange Park UTA'I'WlWINREALTY Book IIS. dead or alive, and It dead the eonfo will ... ntrd against YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat : shall b* in writing, and
Bulnea Phone SI4-I5I1 C.rt11tlo.: : Mo II unkaowa.poud., heir devisees, you for the. rlif prayd In lit a suit baa bas filed( aalaal hall slats lbs pies of realdenco
Ilfl Tear of iMuanoe July: T. Ill rrranteea aaalcneiB llenora bill of romclalnt.TUB you and O C. MbmNA: and MR* and poa office address o< lbs
APPLIANCES BOATS Name' In which ..***....; Ben Mrantora trule or other. NATURB OP SAID SUIT O. C. tlllnN1I wife, aa L>e.fendenti. claimant, and shall b* sworn toby
ntt Tbo_.. claimant and all parties claimIn BEING FUR divorce and furlh.r above entitled the claimant his .....t. *r
boecrlptlon' *f I 'lntrt by, thro.ah. under aid null asks that the Court I Id. eau, and that you are hereby attorney end aocompanltd by a
TV APPLIANCE Hilda T. Neth therlr II tat ef Lot 4, Bock: : t or acalnit the .*ld WAIHINU.TON ......* *olulv,* and omplt I required I* file your an.war with I It" flllnv fee of one dollar: and such
North Bwoarb, B. BENEDICT: and HAR. till. I* land deaorlbed a. Part Clerk of thla Court, and to claim *r demand not *o filed
SERVICE INLET MARINAand Realtor1' 1 Certlflral N. t RIFT B BKNKPICT. hit w,*.! of the NBH of the ..KU of Bee ..rve a copy thereof upon the hall h. void' -
I Tear of luuaac July: I, 111' JOHN P. UKAVAT HKHKItNY" tlon Ii. Township. T Soul, Ranks Plaintiff or Plaintiff attorney, /ROBERT W. BACHTJEM
Wo Repair An Brand & MENTAL BALKS Nam' I. which .*****.dl Li. TAYLOR: JOHN P. WILSON; II Rat, In Clay: ('olllllr.Iorld.: .. whoa nams aad address I 1.1; .* Riccutor: rf the Lat Will
11 BoatyardMERCURY ft ACEKAQE tonRdBtdaBttal II* Thoma AONEII T TAYLORI ROHIiIIT a* dearrlbad la Official Rorrd Smith, Klllot: and. Bchwalbo, IIIliarnett and Temnunt *f
Senrletoc Clay c..t, ft I Deicrlptlon of Property! Par DUDLEY, PETER: Dl'1'LEY.JNNNIC : Hook II, pan* III, Publlo Roo.ord National hank llulldlnc, EDWARD!: J. BACHTJEN
For Sixteen Yean OMHMnU of Lot r. Block 101. Palmer : tJD1.ICT.. ak/ "JICN.I . of Clay County, Florida, Jackaonvlll I, Florida, oat later n.c....... .
r.rrla Tract, a* aqa Dad DUDLBTl JkiBatB KNUJHTKNII1HT now owned by: this parti** to than Jose II, ..... First' .'.
Orange Park Mi. SMtSUFULLERTON'S SALES SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTKAILERS latatetal Bock : II*. RORINNON I I 2741511E Ibis suit In a* slate by the If you fall to do eo decree pro pUbllcallo'.I'f..r."ll: ITAUVKNTIIBUBNT
Greater Caajaty C.rllflcal.: :No I ; PRI8CILLA DVDLBYlJKH.HIK entirety to be In plaintiff In eonfeiea will be .nl..... against
IIa lining Ctef Tear of luanet July: 1. Ill OAMBLB, formerlyJKMiMK I allafactlon of her claim for you for the relief demanded In
Notary Pk.. Name I la which ..*.**.d' Jimmy MJDLKT and RAYMONDUUM.KY court rolls, ."",n.,'* tea and the complaint. : FOR KIDS
Wet A Dry Stings Harper. : ; and all per ion. claimIn . alimony, rr oth.rwli., a* her The nature of aid suit b.ln. 1. Sealed propoaala will b* r*-
PHONROfftta Poeerlptlon I .f Proprtyi: Lot any ..tat right title or qullabl. ,rlM may: ., for forocloour cf morlvaco ran oelvod .by tho Board of Publl
U N. Orange Aft Knew Wan SS4-SM1 1. roar, A Bub-dlvlalo kil.r.nt In or lien upon the real WITNR8M: my hand and th* corded In Vol. 4/. Pat 1.1>> of In.truuiion of Clay County.
Green Cava Spin. ZS4-4II4 of fart of Palmer ".1'1'1. property herein' described' (that seal I of laid Court al Oran Ih* official Records of ( lay I I Urea bore Springs Florida, for
a UA HIGHWAY n SOOTH u... -24-82 Tract per Plat age n.' In .* Ib* In the Complaint), Cove Bprlnaa; Klorlila, Ibis County Florida. Ik* description furniahlnc all material and labor
Certificate. oI'.I'.r. or any part 'bereo'NOTICIII Uth. day of May AD lll. of th* properly proceeded. ...1..., fer Ihs conairuotlon. of t olaaaruoma. -
ACCOCmiNO Orange Park Phew IM-MJ3 Orange A.... 8. at Bar It.Oren Tear of Iiauanret July: I, III (BBALrIKORflK b.ln. a* follcw: All that certain Band Suite end Vocal
Nam la which .***...d. Grace : : U. (,CARLISLE! property iltual and being Suite addition at the Orange
INSURANCE 0... tartan Thorp Or1'IT Clerk circuit Court In Clay County, Park Jr :r. High School., Orange
I earrlptlon I of Property! West THK STATIC Or FLORIDA TOlWABHI.NUluN ; Ry Vivian II. Rohm particularly described a It.II'::*! Park deaorlbed I la lbs following -
REED ACCOUNTING UPHOLSTERY half of Lot I, Block /0. Or** K UfcMblMlT: : Deputy Clerk Lot ., clerk I, Unit I. BtLUAlR. spulfieaUose. at **.hlProject.
Core Bprlna and HARRIET K. Uh.NKlUO-1: THOMAS J. RIVERS according to Flit r*. All bid are t* b* addressed .
AMD Certificate No. It hi* wee; JOHN P, UHAVATi Attorney for Plaintiff corded In flat to lbs Hoard of Public.
FRANK mono Tear of liiuanr July: I, ISIS IlkiUkH: TAYLOR; JOHN P. At1e1.t' ; II and IT, h\o\ ricordu: of Inatruollua. tl Clay County
1'J TAX SERVICE A UPHOLSTERY Nam In which a.*.**.d: M. H,. WIUtoN. AUNk.ll. T. TAYLOR; P 0, 11". III ; : Florida, U..." Cove Springe. Florida All
Uil Kernwy. Owner WhMfleldneecrlpllon. HOUH.H i>1I1'1.EYI'{ rt.!:'i'tutUtliLKY Oren. Cot Springs, Florida To'O wllb all itruetur and .bids moot b* In the hand of the
Special ACM. Ill Matikella A..... of Propertri' Par ) JKNNIM IH'DLWY Ir0(1 Imprrv.m.nU now and 11.1'.. Hoard not later thanS: P.M.
7 N Orange Are. Oreen Con ..f Ixit I. Blftk II. North Buburba a/k/a "jkNNY" DUDLEY{ JH.8.IK : 1-... IT. ....10ti after en Mid land aad lbs rent, Iu.iOay June II, nil.
a ...._ erlth r.ta.l ....tie. OrMB O T. SpttnnFtMtM aa. r**. In Deed Book I. KNIOHT HOUIN8UN. form Iause, and profit ., th. above > Bropoaal mum b* a..
'I'tL *$4.4T31Personalized IM-J7M pan .... :rly JKMMlfc KNKlMTi I'lllWML. THE 'RC'I" roi HT or drrlbd property: and nil No.tutse .ompanl.i by a grtlfld) chick.
Complete insurance average Cerllflral N... tl LA DUULUri: Jk.8HIHl: OAMULki.form.rly THM roi Ml'II JlUltlALCIMIIIT. sow or h.rsafar attch.dto payable unoondltlonally la th*
Services FCRNTTT7RICANVAS : : Tar ef laauanc July I III JLHMIK I DUDLEY: i adove. 11 AND Full CLAY or uad In connection with th* Hued of Public In.trwllon of
1aAeconntina tunit PIU AUTO .Nam 1 In which. ama..4; games RAYMOND DUDLEY' { v'olinTY. M.OHII>*. prcmlaea, hrln described and Clay rcunly, Ur.en Cove Mprlna
BOJ.0:0WNm8: WORK P. TorrlbleDeacrlpiloa. named p.rion not .known to *. la theorem he' a-a.l-C In addition thrla Ihs following Florida *r a bidder bond runnin .
& Tax BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS ef proper!"! Lo dead or alive, and 1C dad In* In r.i Chance of Name tf Mteven"rtvalt dcecrlbed. hou..h ld appllanc, in favor of lbs Board of
Returns UORTOAaB LOANS I. Nick II. dreen Cov. Hprlnn unknown spouse, heirs d.vl,*.*., V.rl>.lmn a miser which. are, and shall be deemed I'ubllo I Initruotlon of clay Coun
I HOSPITALIZATION SLIPCOVERS MADE All of said property t wIg In arrant**., a.ene.; Honor, NOTItHTOl to b*, fiitur .nd a part ftf lbs ty, Florida. In aa mount equal
1W III. City' : cl Orn Cove Bprlnt arantora ..11.1..., or oih"r : realty and are a pnrllnn of the la 1% ef the maximum bid
BusinemFirms & Pb.wi GmB. O.TO *4.3543 "New Purrilturt' Florida. lalmania and all parties claim JOHN a VEHIKKIMOI4li lecurlly for Ih* lndrt.dn.i* price In use a proposal la
falee Such certlfloatea. PUaiant tI'r..t hs mntlond *r If
shall\ Inv Intinel by lhroueh. under a
, Individualshtlale 1..9UJe 151.11.1 with the Old Comfort. h. redeemed acoorrtlruc t* law or sales. t". mid WAHHINU. N.w Redford Mauarhuaelt RCA Whirlpool i n.n(. Model la .", and a conatructloaaar.emant
A C. A.IIVMMEL Ih* properly described In auchrerllflrale TON K HKNMHCT: and HAHHIKT You are hereby notified that. No. SIR I,III* I I. ......t.d and a
will b. silt te Ih. K. IIK.NKMCT. .till wife ".Ullon..,. Mttven Provatt V.r- Sewed" Warner Wall Furnace lallnfactrry.. ooalraolor'a bond
, f P *dCAUEY'S ........ MILK DrUVEBTW.D.Morris hlahe.i bidder at ,,,. CUy: Hal JOHN P. UHAVATl IlkKKI: ; lialmo by his n..l friend and Mndl No. /i.".ta I. furnished by: the .11" .../ul
door on t". '1'., .Tueaday afte. TAYLOR; J WI1.HONAdNKH natural mother, lUeiinur: Marie Nulnn. Hood Fan .and Light ...d...., the check or bidder
: lbs. tint Honda In Ik* month T. 1cwril HOHKHI'IH'ULKYl ;' Loner h.. fll.d a petition In the ever Itanit Mind will be returaed In each
Don Take Lu of June Illl, which I I. the. lib { MI'UKY, abowe-elyl.d court fry 4horhanv Kleclrlrl: Wall 1lalr Mrd.l insI.n.'e within a. period ., thlr.t .
" When You Can Get Tb Beet! day of .}.a. Illl.flea JKNNIH bl'HUCY, a/k/a "JKN of his name to tll..n N... 10 fIst tie/ days lhessati.y to 'b.
rLOEIDA TBAOE.UO /./ Cellnr NY" IH'liLBYi: HIjjKlIIlt'HT: Pravatt Loner ami you are r*< Venetian x11nliWITNESS bld.l.r furnlah.d earn*.
cterii of in ef IUIIIINHON r ulro4 snd appay in saidlour my hand and the I. The' uoceaeful ldiler will bey.qulrsd
. area .,. SBrtaMU .. Fiesta BAXLEY. TRIM SHOP ",.en Cove Pprlnjs, rirrl. :) t'RI15l'ILLA" IH1IM.KY ; 01: :: before July 1 1010 .It of laid Court at Oreen Cove I* enter Into a conitruoilon -
. da. and ahoey rasps why ald petition 1 Hnrlnar. Florida this lolls day aa-reement with Ills
B. rahMT St TeL SMttMAatitMB JMitribaUr J KMHI: (IA 'M II .Li H, formerly!
MhtwtU and Wed 8U. all. M IT, ...1It JKNHIH DUDLEY and UAYMUNI) I hnuld not he I ran Ira by of Mar A'l), ISIS.ICOlJll't Hoard of Nubile In. ruollon of
S. Orange ABM OUI'J."YI| and all claim. ..Bing a nip of ynur writun UKAMnrnnnic Clay (' Inly Florida. In a penal
Green CTt RprlnnrbM In. any ..(.to right, title d.f.n.55 or objerlfiina lu laid T. t"A nUIIUs, sum ., "., lei* than lbs mail
TeL SS4-SS44 All jersey Milk A..n THE CO, .T I. miscast In or lit* upon the. r.alropsrly o chanv of name, If any you h.,., Clerk nf Circuit Court mum contractor' pr.**.
, Oianire Park 224.1311UPHOLSTERY! "ntCIJT. vnl'eTY' heroin deerrlhed llhal upon Thomas J, Itlvor. attorney tin Vivian H. "ohmDeputy I. Tbs Owner rerve the
rl.O..o. UICt:.Y U d | fir Patlllonvr. P. o. Hot III, Clerk to rel).rt all bid. and la wave: :
rrNid In the
. ......i Bead a ''hi. ittnnCaHlBS r** San *> 4a-" C any part thrreuflbe Vumplalnll.or | llren' Ctive Hi>rlni*, Florida miner 11'1'.1.1'111.' 0' errors

. J rieonvilltIIJaJwIIq (Can A Furniture) TUB VTILUAMgUUnOII above>namod p.ranna' real. 1101. filing the erl InaIh.r.of ..h..r.. m.d. .IIroll.h Inadvsrtan. .
; IAV. denroe with the 'I.rk of said oTirn or IllNNcllee ".. Any sorb lrre.ulariil.. er>
Mini unkn.wla
A ... HOME DELIVERYCALL 22 Yean Experience! "al"Ult.BANK, a corporation.AllHICK You are hereby notified" tha ('0111'11' 0'".'''''.., a d"" .... or I lo ksr.hy' given' that error' must he orreoted on lh.

TeL 171-HS4 Free EaUnuttra ".. a suit I baa ben riled ataln.l you order mar be snlerst arantlna h'onrloour. a tlnal" .,... .1 prnpoaal in whkh. they onvurprlrr .
W lION A LD In Ih* above entitled end lbs Drayer of the petitioner I andihaiiilnv * In cam la the xiutlon of any
SWE TRADE IN ANTTHWa Pka-ff A BcUvcrr MON I that caueei Petitioner''. name. to numhsr.di-II.U In the Or. ronmrtii'llon contract. whUih mar
I/l-l.4. *r tll-SIM PATl/i ILIA rib.. you. are .r."r r.quir.4 tc Iltn.n Prevail Liner, null Court of (lay County FlorIda h* awarded. ,h.,......
or VALUE Wick Guaranteed A. WONTKLLK.: hi* of the Court anewer, and with" la the (Tort. sot'.. n..pJ I will,, sill tn. properly *ltuald < i. Plan and .p* lfl/ "atlona may
UefendaiiieNOTICB thereof *erv a Wltn... ,fie h."d end ha sadl In Clay Cunly." Florida" ' d*. h* obtained In She, office of the'
1 eopy or Plaintiff_ upon the Plalnllf; it said Coural- Ji..iln love ...rlhed' al A' ""...... A I.I.KM FHTH A.t.A.
or BUT nam and ." lai; whoa Mnrlna-a riurlda. Ibis III* Hal. Ul IJ, IIII..", I IIKM.AIRI'nll Architect lit Park Blreol. Jack
TUB! BTATB Or y LORI DA-To I WlLI.SAM T. liAHr-OHI. in. 1a, nf "May, till.HKAL I I, MiordlnM: nnvlll, Florida., upoa a deposit
VVAmt. UUMALIJ MONYKLLKPATRICIA : I III Kane Blreet ( ) rewrdnd In 1 nf lit.** pr let, Th*** deposits.
A.DS ..d Ja.k.onvlll.. rinrlrla III( IMOIlOlfl I* CAHLMLn. ...... II and 4* of lbs curren will h. returned upon the r.-
I [ A. MONTKU.K.: hi. Slut 1.1. then Jely 154. tlerh of the Circuit fourhy t .uhll. ,_.. o< Clay Counly, I turn :( plan and aallk..*llca*
riorlila.' In /
wife Mllllee
/ / llldl
CLASSIFIED ." 'vYt Mala anal If you fall. It,, do .0, clo",.. liepuly flab, r To ehr, with .alfilrunlur. aaiImiirovemenla r141TuIvl'NTT' nnAnn or
pro uonfase will be Snored.Salmi I'l'rtflf!! IVHTNfVTIoVOlirKN '
North Adams Maa.avhuaeit, .. II1., 14r .how and hereafter !
tun ..
Yee a bendy notui.d last rou the rsllst on said lanil and fill; lire* allarhad ("'VIII BPItlNUlt,
a cull ,hY ...... riled ...1.., mandd TI'. In the Cumplalal, "1.1t'1Q B'IKI thereto and all '..11. 4.Rua I*. 1 P. Tynee Jr,
satin* of Said l oust belni Notice l I. herehy thaiJurauanl Superintend.
glvsn ,
pie la an. above nilld eases : prur..da. ad pr.flle sesnub.
aad that you are krby ; for TO QUIET I'lTLK of II.. lo a final lioiree el and to aerrwe from said /.l1. (>|_ 10h
1 rot IAI.E TOE RENT HELP UANTEDAMBrnoim I united. I. file your ....., with r- following' land .Uu.'." In .... Curb of this Cturt.; and K County Kliirlda lO'WlllIke nembsra45.1.1', In Ihe fir. lu.leil wlihia Ih.r..; ; rlirlptlnn .
1 ..,,. a espy ,".r. spoe ,... middle ia'lhlrd "f Ih* cult Court of Clay County FlorIda and Ihe hal:. niliim
FOR ALE I 2-.......m kick rOB RENTI r.nUb... 1.k4nom WOMEN with Malntlfr ."0'"'v.'*. w II. e Nuulh Hun I on-htr sa of Lot II, Me or<... I will sell the proper I r all*. Ih.refl.ban. all ..*, uleain, .|eo.irln ,.
namn and adipose lit on m.p ated la cUy Cnunly, Klurlila" do'' water anil. other, healing,
hew M S loU /"' X IIS WKh. .alr-ca UU*D.d Mewl act neglecting raw. fatty '*.1 IIIITANT. rilKKMAN landa .nllll; "dl"Map of rlorl.b. "'rlheil **i. rcuklnarefrl' r tlnie, liahilii' *
niCIIAHlHKlN WATSON Winter Home and Improved Lot I* Illmk. 1. Mdrwbreuk. plumblni.I vrnlllatlnaIrrlaalln: ;
Within Smite N. 1CJOM eau ara geed .*n. rrpTntInc ;
oily M elM Located til y landsieuprding ..
lira *. Bay t I'lal
II "' ,..n Hank Vulldlac Soil No. .. anciiMlna-' plat and |Hiw>r eKIenia.' machlnea,
AfcitM. Will .U far- St, CCS. Phew GCS 21N.Mil.SI4IMM. ATM Caanvttlca. Write lai Jackaonvlll .. Floras 'II.,.., aa rerrrded. I. I'lal Ihrrcnf. reiorded In Plat Slob .ppllanr**. .Iur.o, al. appur.Irnanns .
551 talf Hook I. pace || of Ik* ".'.110 I, paaM and II publl ..
I! .laW .r .",.....*.. Far I.. lie Mr*, OvUU Sweat P. O. Ban 1155. "" J""* ". A.D. record of Clay County, yior orrl of C'lay t'uunly, Florida tmr lareaftrr which pertain now to or**>ar* .may..ilrllh.

faratattaa& phew. tl4-lltl er .... Ua Oak. Via. l-Sd If '.* fall'1 I* d* a*, Die,.. AND Ida And p..r..n.1Inp.I, locatedIh.recs | In, "r on old 1 premUee
Pro c..,.... .. In.will i
will| r .5. Ihnuih he y b* dlhd
, sieved
ISU FOE RENTS S.,... tar.khed. ._',,., .' f.. 15I. 1" ... The North. n.lhlrr of Ihs fill Mparo Healer or dela-hahl.
ms.d.d In Ib.. South .".-h.lf of I.., II, Mar.Hr5 al ..1. Ihs hlhe : .Kt
Art IN West Street $WBMatk a COIIIDI.I"t public lo "t al pulill I aal. 4rt Ih* hl
FOR BALE Tor k4rMM BUSINESS OPPO.'t1mITlU.E.TAt Th. liaise. W 5.11 I Bull a. se shown on mss of and .bunt (.1....., fur rash. sl .Ihsfront and Pent bidder for aah.. al Ih.
** I .
mending ItHtet"* to, 11. fsrw 1aer..1 Mortiag. lamia enillled 'Map of Pliirl, dimr of Ih* "'1", Counly forth Frant (wor of ,,,. Clay
I ....., ... Meek wt .1 HllkSckML tl ear.mberlna- lbs prnperlr da Winter" Home and lmirovei| (ourlhuuie In Ire.n Cure (pants. rourtpnain Oran
Phew GCS SI4-M1I. .
FOR LEASE Brmlr* local*! U Clay ...yn"riorMa. Lands' arrordln' 'In pi: a I Niirlni. / ...111'1.... b.l.... II." 'eve IIpr''''... Florid' bewn.
IM frnUf *n B*.- Rim Ylw. RraUBraDt, with arwtthaat Ir : . ) ae M ..., hereof a. recorded I Is. I'lal am and II* pm. on Jun IICOI'IIT I II ** orl.i.-k m., *n4 LM WreeSTHCMU1'
...", tan ArrtiM ky 111 f4 FOR RENTl Air C4IU...d .kart 11. HUe'K 5. HRILAIR, Ilirah..I, sago II of Ih. pub.lie 1a/. orl.Mh: pm. AN the Ulh day ..f.rul''I'
meld S mike Barth l'IiIIT t. asrnr4ss, t. Slat ,.. .rel. af Clay County, ( URAMClerk. i's. A 1 f i lee; JOIN PAYROLL
deep en West Street. Carafo MMb. t...., IV M'. Pathlor *- GIG Black Creek ".1'.... /n Pies Itch '. pas.e rlrirld! II :"I\Iir. f. "ARII.r.1e PHAI.IIKoitilK SAVINCS/
al OB CJ 1/ sad 57. .f ,". KXCRITINU ih.rcfrrm IbeMoulh nf flrrull CourtHvi II : I. CAIU.IMI.R'
I Pried Uw. TERMS. Chr*dl lBrr .ufal Pllb.
M ,".Ie. Far uteMh ; I .,.r.* thereof n.nvt-ted .., ...
17. TflrKhaM GCS tit-Silt. Worrdl"" Of CUr C""." ; Virbn1. *ihml Clerk 't CnurlMy
.! ... R. Jd>.. SIS S.. .M SI4-U7L l-Sto I* Jareba. by l II.... r.. lapsty l Clerk' Vivian, /If InkmIwnntv
AND' ALSO Ill fnllewlaff.. d.. nerd.a, 1- Hnok I*. papa KN/UIIT KIN'AID P/iI'ClIEll 4 Clerk
Magna (IOp..te Tara MiD). crl.ed I Hem l II. of Ibo pnl.lln records ..f IIAIIIIIMIlll WITH 741,1.101'054NCIIWAIJI1:
I Tldgb..e2$1.453. 3-/u. roB RENTl lc4taf .,... ,......... Little Classified; .ids :"'aled IB ea.eoulpmeai the *bv now* Vrff ,..V't.rT..1/ ;. ...,..... Hank, HulMln Alr'''.''* alM*>.
en rive,. r.r /.'....- ...rribed .1'.1.: : and Ihs larkionvllle KlorMa. Still I" llarnc'l NaUtmal. ) Slash lldU'
i hrA W..lrl1' Ran N.. -I *f laid Court" al Oreea Tnv* -AII rn*,t for Plaintiff aboavlll I, Florida
FOR SALEl Three tU US' ISll u.. ..... II4-SI74. ltltfrFOR IJnnff Big Results loUten. "II ..... "*rin' .. riorlrl, Ibis' Sub rt.rMill 1.5.11.. ..'.1 It ,
I metal I'" N with E
rack IIT
RENTS Trallrr IfNIH. over .,.. SEAL
SI (ini*. AU fenced IB. L*. Try one and Hlw-lrle v>'alr ll'*lr Mrdel) O : .'" ....'
Free fbUaf rrtfllrf en creek K.. .* rial. .".... f|.rii"f'' (Mrrf| Curl
eater W .... *at .1 GCS t*. from tlewk. Per (sfemuUesph. Bi*.*r| "'.,.., Wall Healer. I..: Gras M Carllale

wardf Penney r...... ...*).. Ire your results ud.5AN11E| : l'.puly. Clrrh.
... Gras 'eq 11&-11. Venetian "II..... ..!, l IIt.. HCOI'NTT.
SI4-I411. tI. MiHl'l ||C II. Whlflrinnl. .Ite. - --
i 5-17. fri 1..'....r II r*.- ft, --
S....1| ".. toes .N Tilt r.n"? m.'n or
SEWING MACHINES Tee pw. wlTNCSs! .y hand aad ...1! THE rlJl'ftTIi JI'DlC3AL
..f **M r.erl *| Oran r... CIIt'f"1' IN ANti reoR ("LAY
INS DIAL-A MATIC Z1G ZAO i s.db.J, I.rlri.. ( icy Florida, rI.II/i/IA.:

that Bern haw k"B .-... Isle ViV"r *' **.,. "". INlANrr.Hy.
Billisags. M No.n 1......J
They were MOTHERS DAY I Trooper yS .e( ononoP:! ,. rAnitiif.R.
airkHCejeiMnm Clerk ef ('Ireeif" ('."1 r.i, fllllAa of Jam.. Wines
Uy-a-way*. Nerrr ."
Jehnaen for AdnplloM of Nines
j fSjrjtz flap C.eair.. n"rMa .
left ar .. W* art STi Be; Vivian If. Bohm,

t....... Tee ra* 'I r.ep.ty CurbS ltlml tI
...We to focal ) .|.. IT. <.11s "fclWT Dle'Ncrn

haft Ux*. ..tll'..a.e Ih rina ll.,n..MaIII

I ...... .( $47. Cash ar TrnM.Win 1 I. TUB ,.,.". ... r.rBT or .. ..>..ih. Sulk A.....
1 : (1.4w COI -TV, nniiiu ( trt.. IlllnolaV ;
tab elder Ie rDATID are k.r..., nvllfled' thai
I *. Can Credit ....,... II.. NBC ....11.......'. Janw WII... I.."..
worldnews MATCHER. on hal fll4 plllln IK Ih.
COLLECT. A 1 Sewing MthliiEmchaat PtalaMff .hove Our! fnr .... adopttoa' .fmln

: .. Jak***' in*. SS11W4 .". > r rkild" named ...."... Park
Orange ..IIA1'T 4TCItr.R., Lrsi 1>1'.... sn4 ''II .,s ...
day .r allkt. Win drIest fJe,..'.... Hired. to ... and appear la rid'
N. aMItaliM.S7. I-S aim-n ... irrr oorl as or lr.fore Ik* Ind ..,
d Jelr." I I'U and ,...>. ..... why
s TUB KTATbi or rIA,,,""- Mid pefMInn *.k...ld a..t ..
HOCSE far SALE ar TRADEi in PWkjy 1-ftATT If A Tell E,. veld II" prvl.l s pr of
i .u'' f4ee.).* I'akeow. peer ."U., .......... '.. abe. H H" U' H' It H It It It It . . H' It I It It . . H H" . . . . 1111. "
S-MWB fraa* k* ja. en I TOO ARE: MKRCBT: : WOT Inrr eollraa to .... .....o>..."". .If any
that a * .ha. ben filed ,.. .... .. .. i
.1'11. .. .
GrteB llUereiieraev
acr lot S mile welt af .**,ln.l ,.* .la Ibo ..... ... fnr.Iaarr.. I' (.. t..u AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I j

Cope abet IS% ca gkld' .1II. r focus lulled reuse mad pas. are bray lie III. Ore.* rote .pI... ;
n.sulro4 t* aerv .. pUlollff., lorMe.
Itell. a4 . .
I **.. atupiB, bath lab sad bet 1 llwrrwy whre aam* tad axldre "'.'*.1| ik...., -Ilk"ev Ike fllli.*' nm . . . . H . . . .............rq.FM,1ppitri7"p P'Oiitfii
waUd beater ..*..... Th I ..e e.r ...,.... ,..f errllle de.eaoeax ..f al4. fe.rt .<...'.1.. a ...
I If aav. |. Ihe kill ., .*.*. "... ke. .
.... It ah *.t arej. Will **0a - --- -- -. .lalat .. *a>.l4 **lt rsr.f whlvb . *My 4"iHli aWlla eniid .r<*ilnaaid omcE; IQt'lPHDT: n''UlIlC' PRINTED $SlTTLItSW

tame and kelp |rt raw Si- Ti!. 0..,_ .._ war.o :he. delivered befer 1..!: yen tl. A.':'t r..ltb'. Illl.. tar *.* my aa4 aed <..

tag ... nip tIMe far ara rtyar w --. ti. Intn% .....0211' .....,. fall ae 1 or d..*.... or* *....*! of..said, Cearl ., Oreen <*".. AMERICANorritE : AIR BASE ri'RNITl'RK CO. <
Mafeoee will be entered*. rla> rinrMa Ibis lbs 111 give yo51 the
acreage la AJachtta aunty ..... -my nasw-..a .. Pan fee Ik. relief. preyed la lbs .., of M.y I.... iirnr co. fl_ firallara beet poialtl Job

If ....,...., ran CeiawTUbn bull .f ee_*..,.t. ApplUar.
for >. *WM.) rfc..*** ... TWB NAnnr or SAID BTIT 15IALIAYl'ROE CWrtla ** on your prtntlnc.

S-SSSI an* 1 BJB.. I-S. 1PHONE w Cass It MffMCtOBt I* km. I ex>le t ___ Hf3, hnd.lQIYW2l4 .rf ri pop" nivonrn rl.rb ft':,i.".rArn.iai('I.. "I'" ',...... Lloyd E. Jonca Jr. Owr.trBpaclaluu c........ lloe faraMtlaBja Our ewrrlca will

wrrrraa my ko4 aad ik. x. (J._ M ..110.. ... fteeet"1 Itlfd.l4.aMi
nuts: frequent? Itt !M byIrirerf Q O>MI 112 -. ef eeld C_rt.| n... Dgelr n..11 pUaaa. your and
e fills don't iipect PI- ) .*na.* ........... Ible. 1Mb dey.1 .., le 57 tl la C j ....... It w.. 4. It. |MLBCAI. ... our price will be
i rjestriins ta cross ttw bioc.CIEt .* OfflcSupplies and IM10naIiIe.
N irf>fin*> r. TAHUW
r In tie rMt if the laps n.... nrmli rest cuss Offlc tqulp n T>lCompkrU Try a anal Cfcv* lfUd Ad

$ 25d1SU(1R1chlt&en( Awes m, nre. M CarlUI. rrsm Ibis .." wll CALL US FOR ALL
r-.... " see .. n.r.s.lbb> far ....,. ... fer alaiply aaualac r*..,.. PRINTED MATTER:
I' .j md tdufts look bet!! pals .. .. ... . LlM of Ortln
Ov T. j jrxtwo" jnAltoroey erred b, ,. elhar a yeehf. Far Geed ,
a Printing J4al
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t Births Coff..A ld.1)) sert I Rebels 'CaptureAnother. R

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by Harvey Slangel, Ph.D. Clay Memorial Hospital yesterday reported 00 births at I
the hospital since April 1. Two Games Over Weekend
Chief Agronomist,Allied Chemical Corp. .
rn Among them were twin daughters born to Mrs. John I*

MAINTAINING YOUR LAWN Haworth, of Green Cove; and a daughter weighing less t

Good lawns are not accidental, add, apply EO pounds dolomitic than three and a half pounds born to Mrs. Joseph Linares.' The" Oreen Cove 'Rebels same hour Sunday afternoonon hand, will be needed to finance
although! sometimes when you limestone per 1,000 square feet. The record: tucked another brace of victories the compare: your lawn with your RAKING should be done vigor under their belts last weekend Despite ,the fact that only league, transportation and oth-i ,
neighbors', you are tempted to ously once a year-and no more BIRTHS FOB APRIL ,.putting the season's record $300 of the required 850 has er costs, Monday said. I
think No lawn is the than
resultof once-to
a miracle 10. which overnight development,"especially prevent "thatch on older Kenneth Lewis White, born April 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe at an Impressive eight wins been donated thus far, the" Donation on behalf,of'theteam '
produces a luxuriant carpet ofbeautiful lawns. Thatch development leads L. White, of Orange Park; weighing 6 Ibs.''6 ozs. and one loss thus far Rebels plan on June 15 to join may be delivered to,Tom*
grass. Continuous care to dry spots, poor growth, and Theresa Dianne Degolyer,' born April 4, to Mr. and Mrs. With Green Cove Mounds- the Jacksonville city league, Henry, vice president of the
and necessary.proper maintenance, are disease spring buildup.before Rake fertilize in the early Jimmy DeOolyer, Doctors Inlet,'weighing 6 Ibs. 7 ozs. man Lacy Parley allowing only according to Ralph Monday, Bank of.Oreen Cove springs,

Your job begins In early springs wait until fertilizer you is washeJ or or William Randall Hewett, born\ 'April 4, to Mr. and Mrs. three hits while his teammates assistant manager. The Rebels y
soon as the ground Is dry watered In.WATERING. Donnie Hewett, of Orange Park, weighing 0 Ibs. 13 ozs. were collecting eight, the Rebels scheduling will undergo some WILLIAM A. DAVIS
enough to walk on,and it doesn't Is to be done no Terry Lynn Kent, born April 4, to Mr.; and Mrs. Edgar trimmed the, Mlddleburg change a* a result of the association Graveside! service for Wil

end leaves until in the you fall.remove all the more the than season.twice If a you week water throughout more .Kent, of Oreen Cove weighing.5. ba. 11 ozs. Twins 1-1 last Saturday afternoon with Jacksonville but liam Albert Davis," 80 rears

ROLLING an established lawn often, you Increase your lawn's Jill Victoria Campbell bornAltpr11 'a. to Mr. and Mrs. in a lani.played at Mlddleburg all of the team' Sunday game old o4 Oreen Cove, were conducted
ahould not be necessary unless the chance of contracting disease. Thomas Campbell, of Green Cove, weighing 7 lb.!. 10 ozs. Leave it to the 1a dV I The next afternoon, will be played on, the Clay last Thursday afternoonIn
grass find has that been heaved by frost.If When you do water, make sure Rea Edison Altwater HI, born April 7, to Mr. and Mrs. of the family to come young up with In a close match on the Clay High field, Monday said.' Hickory Grove Cemeterywith

turf you ,do it in the you spring must after roll the the you should do reach a thorough a depth lob of(6 water to 8 Altwater, of Jacksonville, weighing 8 Ibs. 12 ozs. a new idea for coffee-and-des- High School diamond, the With Lou Lynch last year's the Rev. ''William'' P. Er-
Ann Stewart bore April 8 to Mr. and Mrs. sent in one. It's easy to make Little win rector of St. Mary's Episcopal -
danger of frost h and inches). Kimberly ) with Rebels edged Palatka 8-7. The League manager, as ,
when the soil Is most:but,not MOWING should be done at Larry Stewart, of Green CoveMreighing 8 Jbs. 2 ozs. Prated Instant Mocha quality Deeeert coffee. game went 'for 12 Inning coach the Rebel have been Church, officiating.

Wet.FERTILIZER should be least once week. The blades Renee Lorraine Hlbner, born April;10, to Mr. and Mrs. 1 quart vanilla ice cream Rebels Twirler Tommy ,Clark I practicing and playing industriously Hedied, unexpectedly Wednesday
should be set so that you never Daniel Hibner of Green Cove weighing 8 Ibs. 6 1H cup cold water six night of last week at
three times a year (early spring, cut below a height of I'<4 inches ozs.Katherlne gave up five hits, but truck for over weeks ,
in June and finally in late Augustor If you mew too closely, there Marie Boyett, born April 17, to Mr. and Mrs. Vi cup instant chocolate quality coffee out' 19 Palatka men, while They practice every Wednesday his home.
early September).It is best,if won't beenough good lea surface Warren Boyett, of Orange Park, weighing 7 Ibs. 2 ore %1 cup cup milk syrup Green Cove garnered some 15 afternoon, play on ,Saturdaysand A native of London, England,
you avoid want burning to stimulate, to use growth fertilizers and left to provide the needed food Harry Anthony Dressendorfer m, born April 18, to Mr. Soften 1 pint of the ice hits. Sunday he was a retired merchant anda
from the and air.
marked slow-release nitrogen. PESTICIDES sun which control and Mrs. Harry Dressendorfer, of Green Cove weighing 8 cream. Add cold water to cof Green Cove's toughest challenge No admission charge have member of St. Mary' Episcopal
fee. Stir until dissolved.
These fertilizers extend nitro.gen' Insects fungus and weeds ereadvieabfe Ibs. 0 ozs.Bunny. in chocolate Blend this season Is upcomingthis : been made for the local games, Church. He had resided
syrup, milk, and I
.usefulness during the growing for healthy lawns. Use Lynn Beaty, born April 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Ken the softened ice cream. Pour weekend whtfn the Rebel the team depending its financial In Green Core Springs for 15
season. If your soil is strongly according to label dhections. neth Beaty. of Oreen Cove, weighing 7 Ibs. 2 ozs. into punch cups Top each with tangle with undefeated Gaines. support upon sale of ,ean.

Randy Staten Hunter, born April 10 to Mr. and Mrs. a scoop of the remaining ice ville. The Saturday game will refreshment, contribution and Surviving I Ia a ton Roy
cream. Makes about
Eldrldge Hunter, of Oreen Cove weighing 8 Ibs. 9 ozs.Wllhelmlna 8 servings. be at 3:30 pm. on Harris Field the resource of its own member Davis,' also of Green Cove.
SHOP FOR CAPITAL Johanna Robberecht, born April 23, to Mr. in Gainesville and a return *. Additional fund, over I Helm Funeral Home wa in

and Mrs. Oerrtt Robberecht, of Oreen Cove, weighing 9 game will be played at the and above thoee already In charge of arrangement

IMPROVEMENTSWITH Ibs. 2 ozs. OUR HEALTH r - - - - - . - - . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Pale Edward Oommers, born April 24, to Mr. and Mrs.
A PCA Wallace Sommers, of 8t Augustine, weighing 8 Ibs. 9 ozs. ;t
IJy J. M. Amb..DII, M.D.>
Ercelle Charlene Coleman, born April 26 to Mr. and Mrs. :

INTERMEDIATETERM Charles Coleman, of Oreen Cove, weighing 5 Ibs. 14 ozs. The Tin : FREE !
James Anthony Mosley, burn April 28 to Mr. and Mrs. Westero'Auto's60Plge '
LOAN James Mosley, of Federal Point; weighing 8 lbs. 6 ozs. "I had a touch of the 'du n {r.' :

Olorlda Lucinda Dettlnger, born April 29 to Mr. and an expression we hear quite :

up to '_ Mrs. Jacob Franklin Dettlnger, of Penney Farms, weighing !believe often and that leads the many'flu/ (Influenza people/ to) :

7 years to repay : c 7 lbs. 15 ozs. is simply bad $ .
Karen Ellen Stumler born cold. ,
April 30 to Mr. and Mrs. '
When yon compare the sort of 1 I Ronnie Stumler, of Oreen Cove, weighing 4 lbs. 18 ozs ,' H'l rot Is Influenia .
y" a potentially
PCA financing with certain other Angel Annette Davis, born April 30, to Mr. and Mrs. dangerous
type which have carrying charges, r' Robert Lee Davis Green wl" disease
Cove, weighing 9 Ibs. 3 ozs.
service fee and Interest prepayment ants t and must be 1965 Consumer's Catalog
;you'll see why it pays to hop BIRTHS FOR MAY recognlied ..
for credit Buy major capital Improvements ._ .-. such. During
for your farm with ea.. John William Saunders, born May 1, to Mr. and Mrs. the 1963 influenza epidemic, 10,. *
arranged through low-cost, farm. John Saunders, of Orange Park, weighing 7 Ibs 5 ozs. 000 more Americans died than
tailored PCA financing.( John James Ford, Jr, born May 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Ford, would normal have condition been expected More than under 20 : We Have Your IVrnonal Copy Just Come By Our Store and

of Green Cove, weighing 6 Ibs. 15 ozs. million people died during the : Pick It Up FREE To !
Northeast Nothing Buy
Production CreditAssociation Helen Marie Marks, born May 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank worldwide epidemic in 1918.

Marks, of Green Cove, weighing 7 Ibs. 10 ozs. SymptomsThe

lit Main 569 Edftwood Aye u 8* Michael Lane Keeley, born May 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew symptoms usually I develop .
Street Palatka Jacksonville Keeley, of Orange Park, weighing 7, Ibs. 3 one quite rapidly. These include WESTERN 'AUTO
Tel EA 8-8SM Tel EV -mi hills, fever (l0t'-l03') headache -
Gerry William Mattox born
May 0, to Mr. and Mrs. '
Virgil Kenneth Mattox, of Orange Park, weighing 8 Ibs. discomfort, generalized, muscular weakness aches, and and : 20 West Walnut Street Green Cove Spring, "la.u" .
7 ozs. loss of appetite. The nose and
throat feel mildly irritated 11111 1 II IIU 1111111 1 III 11111111111111111111111111111111 II III
Betty Jane Haworth, twin born may
May 7 to Mr. and Mrs. causing the patient to cough oe-
John Larry' Haworth, of Green Cove, weighing 4 Ibs. 15 Hozs. aalonally. Because pneumonia U
a frequent complication-of: Influ- That' Bill Amason I Sitting atop his BaclhoeBT

1 SEE YOU ATEchie's ,!. Brenda Joyce Haworth, twin, born May 7 to Mr and' cola, this Ilifhtly.disease U symptoms should not thatugirest betaken
Mrs. Haworth, weighing 4 Ibs. 10 CM. Influenza occur, it I Is wise
Georgia Michelle Boldrlck, born May 7, to Mr. and to consult your phyiiclan. 'Flu
Mrs. Patrick Boldrlck, of Penney Farms, weighing 8 IDS. vaccines have been developed
which ,
10 ozs. pive protection against the
common strains of 'flu/ viruses.
Dolores Ann McCoy, born May 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Gable As a precaution, ask your doctor
I McCoy, of Green Cove, weighing 7 Ibs. 11 ozs. if you should have a 'flu shot this i
year, Let year the U.S. Surgeon
Lenna Gall Linares, born May 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph General advised that pregnant
Linares, of Green Cove, weighing 3 Ibs. 5 ozs. women, those with chronic dieeases
Jimmie Ronald Hinson, Jr. born May 10, to Mr. and ; and hYbIf: 65 be vaeInated -
i IN Mrs. Hlnson, of Oreen Cove, weighing 7 IDS. 14 ozs. 'flu scaaon.before A ilmllarwarnlng n ofthe nay G w

Travis Oared Johnson, born May 11, to Mr. and Mrs. probably will be issued this year.
Laconla Johnson, of Oreen Cove, weighing 6 Ibs. 14 ozs. New Medication

: ORANGEDALEWhere Danette Ruth McCoy, born May 12, 1963 to Mr. and There Is genii news for victims
J Mrs. Daniel Ross McCoy, of Yukon, weighing 8 Ibs. 7 ozs. of minor tore throats-an illness
I Marion Franklin Lovett, born May 17 to Mr and Mrs. quite. common at this time of
'ear Chloraaeptle, a non-pre.
Hardy Marlon Lovett, Jr., of Orange Park, weighing 9 Ibs. crlption,anesthetic and antlaep-
10 ozs. tic oral solution has been found
I Isiah Littles, born May 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Gentle to relieve the pain of minor sore THE JOB OR BY THE BOCK

Littles, Jr., of Mlddleburg, weighing Ibs. 14 one threat ecordlnc,I usually to clinical within studies seconds,, AD Type ef Bacahee a" rrnt-Ea4 Leader Week

I Teresa Louise Buckhalter, born May 18 to Mr. and Mrs. hloraiuptle can be applied to Ir- HUB DUtJng. Tree sad Stamp Etcaeval FIB Dirt HaaHag aid Grading
The Best/ People Meet Elton Lewis Buckhalter, of Green Cove, weighing 7 Ibs 8 ocs. tated throat tiaaue spraying.
..r gargling.; Of court, if high fsVir -
Juanita Lynn Soles, born May 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe accompanies the throat s sU
tore ,
Warren Soles, of Oreen Cove, weighing 8 Ibs. it seems to linger on, or there AMASON'S' SEPTIC TANK SERVICE
Ronald Lee Oainers, born May 21, to Mr. and Mrs. are other complications, see your
George Gainer, of Orange Park, weighing e IDS. 13 on ijrilcian. I Green Ceve SM-lMf e* SI4SJHVrtany

Pierre DeBourae Pollard, born May 22 to Mr. and Mrs. SHOP at 1IOMK: First
Robert Lee Pollard, of Orange Park, weighing 10 Ibs. 9 one

Tracy Lamone Austin, born May ,23 to Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Austin, of Green Cove, weighing 8 Ibs. '

Rebecca: Ann Shiver, born May 24 to Mr. and Mrs.

Bobby Wllburn Harrod Shiver; of Green Cove, weighing 7, j'i'I
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Now On'(; Makes up lover's quarrels. Tells. If sickness or bad luck Is .
New30'KELVINATOR natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell 1 79
to please ;you but will tell the di. .
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life like an open book, but I also Thnrs Fri
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ThrowAway Uven Linings! TROUBLES Come and see why you an so unhappy, why

nroarwe..1"lull Hnlnn Mlrh. the"t>..tUn everything seem to go wrong WilY tit sad and down. 3C NORTH MAGNOLIA AVE. |)
and.plUovm In the Kdviiulor..... Wtwnthey KEIVINATO BRINGS hearted, sick and worried then' you &1be helped andnel''tblnr
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f....... wtlkr fUmfcnl aluminum ML II'ae 05.545 ..e'M d-l made clear by consulting THIS GIFTED
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ThrawMrer Oww U.t.s,to*sides. MttoM ::=r-:::::; I make no house call*. Don't mistake the address MADAM
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Penney :
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Kcpwtert Mas. HERBERT D. MYERS Pawn I2I-IU1 first halfTime

The summer' schedule for the active In the Oldeoni for many Mis Mary Katherin* Too 'ISt FJtf.Vblten 7.0 PJK.

Penney Memorial Sunday year and during the past few malno left Sunday for, Memphis Home VWUr Home' I .
School and MntcM win become yean preached for them at. after visiting her' grandmother Seeend Half -.'

effective Sunday. Sunday the Raiford Prison\ Mrs.Charlotte Harvey. June S Burlington Header Chsney J. P.'Hall I \

L School will be from 1:11 until Surviving children an: Mrs. She win visit relatives then 4 Coca Cola Chsney J. P. HaD J. P. Revels :
10 o'clock and the moraine R. L. Llebenberg, Madison before returning her homein
service will be from 10:ISuntU Wla.\ Mrs. Russell B,Pyre Or- Detroit.: I Coca Cola J. P. Hall ChaneyBeseler Burlington _
11 o'clock. mond 10 Burlington\ J. P. Hall J. P. Revel 3
Beach; lira A. Key, -
11 Coca Cola J. P. Revels Beseler ChsneyCoca '.
The preacher for the Penney Bloomington Ind.; Mist Josephine Mr. and Un. R: O. Swigart

Memorial Church: service at Sachtjen. 'Washington! left today for a vacation In th. i IS J. P. Hall Realer Burlington Cola
10:IS Sunday win be the. Rev.C. D. C.; and the Rev. Robert northwest. I They win fly'' to r IT Coca Cola Bml.r Chsney 1 J. P. Revels 1

r. Bchriver. Sachtjen Hudson.i, Wis. and Anchorage Alaska:with a stop II J. P. Hall ChsneyJ. Burlington J. P. Revels
.. seven gmt-gtaodchndren.The at ,Juneau
Prayer meetings en wed ; 1DI'OUt.e.-The1 win {
take 32 }. P. Revels P. HallBeseler Beseler Burlington xr
t; day night an discontinued sightseeing trips by train /
until October. and bus to the Matanuska Valley 24 J. P. Revels Chaney Coca Cola:' ,1
, Each morning there Rev and Mrs. Raymond to McKinley Park, and 35 Burlington ChsntyChsney J. P. Hall Con.Cola ".,
R., Gregory left last week to '
wffl be the Intercessory prayer attend various other places 39 J. P. Revels J. P. HallBeseler Burlington
their grandson's graduation ; i
eetlng la the lecture. room a. July 1 Coca ColaChancy Burlington J. P. BaD '.
tram high school and
t. I:30. o'clock their granddaughter's college Mrs. Geneva Parrish Presha, 3 Denier J. P. Revels Coca Cola
Aloe then will be Sunday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton -
commencement. Turning eastward Mr. Andrew J. Fl chr.t Ab rtlii, S.D feed.
yenIq services, In th.draDlle Parrish of Penney Farms,
song they will visit relatives skipped l a loce Se IMT famMii vUlnpUu, MOW i liymr .
i, *t 1 o'clock. and Wends In Illinois,. Ohio. was one of over 100 graduates .old) They ere (r from Florida Memorial College, ret. Miry MvfdilcM, Mary Calhrrlae and Mary Ana.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and
The Rev. Edward John New Kftftend.: On their St. Augustine, on May 34. This Potatoes, especially when ter Into a saucepan,then brines Need A Good Car?'
chtjen. who died May 32, homo In way was the 73rd annual commencement whipped,are the staple of many It to a boll. She Just adds cold
September they expect
l.mllielarre ones like the milk and flakes, stirs
u i born on a farm near Madl- of this college Mrs potato
to spend some time at. Andrew J. tischers of Aber
gently, then bests briskly, and
Wise In 1173. The Presha expects to teach school
n family the Bible Conference at Mon d.... S.D. and smaller ones. the potatoes are ready for her
noved to Madison Nebraska feat JJ. C. Mrs. Robert Storey InPalatka., Peeling, bolllnr, and matW, family of 11 Can't Get Financed?
ItTS. Be attended Fremont ,
accompanied them as far as law potatoes for all the Fischers These Instant whipped potatoes -
(formal School, Fremont, Neb, Binntngham. Recently, a "Moving Da/ -the 1"." ..-oId, _rld-l.- appear often on the Fischer's .
red I Omrrett Biblical Institute tea was given for Mrs. Gertrude moos quintuplet their.Ire. slsUre table The qulnta eat them If you\ have had credit problems I can get you financed in a good

EL Be married Parry by her near neigh paranU and-a once brother was a plus bother.their with fruit, milk and other urea car. If you have $l00.00.or more down payment and a steady
mOlyn Smith In int He The Rev. and Mrs. B. R. bon and friends at the homeof foods] the rest of the family
New Mrs. Fischer's baal.W&JIe income you run ride I II
aught school la Nebraska and Truscott left last Monday to Mrs. C H Coker. Each chore end cut food coata enjoy them nearly every day
ortlt Dakota until 1M7. attend the graduation of their guest was asked to bring a by wing Bordea's laatantWhipped Instant whipped potatoes are I See Dave for A . ,
In 1501 Mr. SaehUen entered grandson Wesley U Truscott memento that she had moved rotators. Instead of always handy-stored In unopened .
ministry of the Methodist ben Davidson College. Wesley with her to MHC and to till peelings ..pile((4.3<< pomds) envelopes,they keep for I
at least six month.. And there's .
He served six charge* will be commissioned In. theU. why she treasured ItOueaU ef UM raw vegetable le make Kingsley Motors
12 to 18 serving, she whips never any waate-unlike raw
Worth Dakota In 1917 he & Army. wen Miss TarbUl." them Instantly.In potatoes which .nran a CO
I to Wisconsin and nerved The TnisootU will be entertained Mesdames Parry, Pease, Key six short minutes, she per cent loss, every lit of this 2 Blocks North of (ho Light in Orange Park I'hoiie. 204-5128:
the West Wisconsin Carmace In Davidson at the borne tv. French, Crosby, Nymeyer, measures water, salt, and but product Is useable
i until he retired Ia UU .f their daughter Mrs. D. D.Rhode. Orr, ever Bobbins, Barrows .
moved to MHC. Her husband Is a and Coker. ,
| Xa 950 be filled the pulpit Presbyterian minister and head Mrs. Parry Is now Uvtmg lathe The Rev. Percy *'Batchelor tersburg: Mrs. Paul Stake of
member of the American Le- Babson Park LAFPBfoW
a WhOM husband AUTO
the Epworth Methodistuzrch of the Bible sand Philosophy Quadrangle, ApartmentS
gt n. Past Chaplain nt the Department Is president of Webber College I I I
i In Jacksonville. He was departments In the college. .
of II.. Hampshire, there: and Mr: C. 1:. Shepard IIr
now wean Us 40.,ew pin, and of Silver Springs, who with
40-year Gold Star on hat. and her husband, are developing
anIorm Vicar Haven Trailer Park and

Woodland Camping on the Ok- I ;
Oalvtn Brown principal of lawaha River, In the Ocala
I Dumber Bleb School knows National Forest. I

McCormick Concrete Co. then are many persons at
MHC Interested In members Mrs. W. A. Dardtn left on
4If the graduating elass. The May 37 to visit her sister Mrs.
printed Invitations that. have Harry Hersftld of AlexanderCity __________
Associated with D. B. McCormick & Sons, Inc. gone out ban a mistake Is Ala. Prom there she will Mf /KWNt IITft
the time of Ole commencement visit a slster4a-law, Mrs. JohnA. I
emerclsos. The correct time for Dardtn at Ooodwater, Ala., Need Urea Remember, La I

.. __ ,_ . .. 4O. Ceimnnnflement le eight o'clockla also numerous other relative! Rue's Service Station for the I II
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"/. ,Ae'r.'trtl'Iod.' .try Since 1912"GREEN i."i' ,':, Those Interested, please not" she win go to Washington D. convince you of that I _
I C, to visit her son,.Iamu,
The Rv. and Mrs. ClarenceA. and his family./ LUKE'SBEWICK

I Miner can be reached at : : STATION
404 Lynn Aveune Lakeside,I The Rev. and Mrs Frank M.
Ohio Oracey are .enjoying at visit Fben IIItlMlenctton
COVE SPRINGS 284-3027 .,E M I
from their son the Rev. Orice Ilwy If A 17 { I Il

Grace and his wife H. I* a One Cave Sprints
Or. and Mrs. William Archibald
director: of the American Rd
who ere confined' to the
Croat In UM New York area.
Mary M OUn Clinic, were happy

Jftcksonville test Saturday to have the _
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'Cub Pack 854 held h1 moflth17'tneetidg"at '
t The'Qreen' Cove Springs VI. The Ladis Auxiliary 0 t the ' Charles'B. Bennett CLAY

'/.. Womans Club held 'their VJ.W, placed auxiliary grave ,BcbooJ) Monday',evening
markers on the graves of four
June meeting (a picnic) on The opening flag
feremonj .
of their,former: members,with ,
Tuesday, June 1st, at the homeof appropriate ceremonies,on Memorial Was by Oens 4,and L.Cubmaater ..... Core.Spria**.
Ralph A Jones'Jr.. ;
Mrs. Edwin Oustafson, onLate' Day,
welcomed < FridayBos
back after his ab Monday thru !
Geneva In Keystone The marked were: flat lox !
graves lance due to surgery Office Open 7:15
Heights. Mrs. Mary'Drlggers, Mrs. Ono month He presented Mr; etefoson's' Complete Feature As Lat.
Upon their arrival the members Rivers, Mrs. Lenora Tucker, Den 4 'the Mall award As '::11 PJW.
were served coffee followIng and Mrs Carrie Williams. for best project of the month Saturday and Bandar
OJL'f Q CAN 1 which they went swimming. and Mrs.; Oordies' Den' B the Continuous from t P.M. 1
Luncheon served by the Burkholder frank, P. Cowart, ''
PP.E"ENTFOREST. was "Cubby-v award for 'Pack.
F.RESSJlOP hostess and In the afternoonsome Julian White, George Turner, monthly attendance. Wed.., Tnurs. and FrL. 'It '
of the members play Thomas Knight,. X!. M. John. New cub Mike O'Hara Scott June 8,3A4.
bridge, others swam and some ton, C. B. Bowles, Harry Black received his bobcat pin during ,
just relaxed. mon, A. O. Shands, James the, ceremony Alan Beauford
.tat Members who attended this White, W. B. Lucas, Sr.,'W. B. was awarded the cake. Mrs. 7Ut J1484BS' 4Silu lT
days outing were: Mesdames Lucas, Jr., Walter Ivey, :Alex Charles Smith was given her S
I HOME Harmon Chesser, Robert Bud- Pupkin, Frank Ca nova, Chaun- Den Flag 2 for 'this newly ntD.1Im MDSMMPSI'SUPERRIGHT' !
low, O. L. Pringle, C. M. Dum-\ cey Moore, and Miss Harriet total, now to six active dens I, 1JLlG '==.:=
bawd W. C. Kelley, L. E. Pringle. in the pack. Plans for a swim
and picnic affair for June -
I were' announced. It ,will be Sat, Jan I HEAVY WESTERN BEEF CHUCK,
BiRDS OF cLoau'A: held 'at the Robert Patersons
, at Pleasant Point June' 28.Den P PAlll MAN
A COMMON RESWNT OF CENTRAL FiOtlDA'S. 8 and 7, had the closing 1 ROAST LB. 39c .
t + P AIUtSION..80TH VtlI.Ttl AltP IJAW
ceremony with Dens 1 and 2 isWj!
LlttS W MANNI /SM t CARRION FORMS A serving refreshments. = ,

cAPrueE5 Mrs. Jack Seam,chairman of '
ALiVe the 4th Annual Family Frolics, ] LB..
plans to have an organizational '
netting at her home on Spruce r

I Street, Monday evening, June Sun, Mon. A. Toes.June "SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER WESTERN LAMB SHOULDER P
14th eight o'clock. .
at 8, 7, I
Mrs. Seam urges all clubs Whole
fI6Nl J and organizations to have a or Half 350
ixrrew r
representative present as there JOHNWAYFIE ,
are many plans and suggestions Ml.
OFTEN PERCNES OAT to be acted Circus W8Wed. 10" '
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CARACARA. Starring Frank Sinatra can
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I Clint Walker
> AP Our Finest Quality Cream StyU .
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than an young am and wm*. of;"$" graduating elaaa scholarship to UM American Edgar Emrto Row. Martha DtRalratytlng -
'. win have bean graduated at to do unto others a* they: would A l a d*., and aim Weaiherford. Daphne
.have' them, do' to theaaaetvas. Thomas R. Murphy. ' ;June'
the county four high jcbtols : Ton ,a Jolnea. Henry: Travis
. most of tbkm headed nrw .. cco*.jl "th.tnaelM fwtth I irour-ye r"fun tuition ScholarManghamJ' ,; Whitney Hugh Cot-
,, \. : ,tor college. .their fellow man to )laara and ship .. Aubwn Unlvanlty.: W, ArUa B.People,Linda Lea
\ keep on learning and to trahs* Scholactia award went also (Continued Below)
At Orange Park High School late that learning Into responsibility.
Tueedty night th* first of .
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four graduation exorcise.
Wiley David Cunlgan das
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Dr.'B. R. Tilley. ntirlng preal-
valedictorian war a
dent of 81 Johns River Junior EXERCISES
r full four-year tuition scholarship
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ryy I Iy Colin, wu tin principal at Florida State Unlveralty. nil Evening At I O'clack

W9 \ -. speaker.Speaking on the Ideal. of other: He full ohoa four-year this over scholarships three Processional .,,,.., "Pomp and Clrcumtancea" .....,. Riga:

lell' ft&. Dr., Tilley: said a to leading universities. Invocation Accompanied...... ... Sharon Enaembl Dlaabeth: Martin
strong democracy depends In Lester Devere Curies, salu-
+ .T '" the final analyaia upon a strong' tatorlan won a vocational rehabilitation Class Chaplain
o : and responsible electoral Mixed Ensemble .. The Halla of Ivy" . Henry: Russell and
tuition scholarship

Th ideal of government, to to St. John River Junior College . Address ,\...........,.,., Arthur E. Weiner Viet Vlce-Pmldent Knight ,
our way of thinking U a gov and the Orange Park High "
f 1i ,. eminent of, for and by: UM people School Beta Club 1100 scholar Burlington Industrietjno.PreaentaQon .
I k\ I of Honor Student ,,., James A. Parker principal
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he old The Ideal of hip. -
Our Michael Jones John Marton MoOe
learning la that w* must conj Allan L. Folklns was awarded
(Valedictorian) Patricia Well
cern ourselves mon with human a four-year: full athletic grant
Eileen Cynthia Weaver Sharon Elizabeth Martin
values than with the In-ald to the University: of .
(Salutatorian) Carolyn Pearson
/ i. other aid of the moon." Wsshlngton.
Kay: Jackson Malone Stephen Pharla Lowe
\ + dLwi a" The speaker who Will become Cheryl Campbell Virginia Oeorg Gardner Wile Patricia Arlene Rivers
\ president. of a newly established Lee Henry: ,"Lee Schlomer and Edward Marvin Taylor
} and atlll unnamed junior col.t' Oena Timmer were awarded
Preaentatlon of Awards
t let In Albany: Oa, next year, 250 Haydon Burnt Foundation ... ..,.... L.
P.TX ... .. ,, .. Lewis Chantey: Prea.
..... . / laid "people Include me. XX acholanhlpa to St. JohN River VJA .II,.,...... ....,......... Mrs Alex Pupkln Prea.BJ .
f. .... ,<; .:................ :.o.-.t,,:,. .. +,' must face up to my: responalbUIUea Junior College. .O. Dos, No. Ill H.,..,.. Mn John Hendrlcka rr...
both to my government Linda Let Duncan and BonlU Fleet Reserve AII'n.o Branch ....... Oeorge Self Free
f 'f. i.......... I and to my neighbor, to Thomaa were awarded 1100 a VJ.W. Pat INS ...,..,,.,.. Eugene: Rivera Commander
to my: share, to keep Iearntng"In
semester for four at
k r. I Delta Kappa Oamma ,. MU Martha Roger. Fait Free,
_.. ., : ._. !: ''_ his conclusion the Palat- Florida Southern Collage | Alpha Nu Chap

Woman's Guild Memorial Horn Community .,,. ....,,
KayatoM Height High .......* third. aatf largest graaV .......CaM ......... .la claw. .......tertu. and BnaaMaa maa, I... Drake Aa4r..y Flakes WUma Gardner. ElaaaGKeeea Mtas. Eva Hoover, Chairman Scholarship Loan: Commlttoa H.
la. ahawa aWva wttk D. B. Mattton to. ealutatertaLOther Let Michael Phyllla Masaa, NaMyO'Ceeaar.
vattag sloe CaagteaeaMB Hagae Levers, Beta Club Scholarship Awards ..,. Thomas Ellis Sponsor' I
I M UM slew of ... U. I. CapMal a* that* read. ...... af UM gradaatlmag. alaaa ant. OaatgaFraMla Manhaa Par*.., Redaey Fail Steve Saaealefard Scholarship Announcements .................... Mr Parker
trip to WaahiBguavOrUaattea. AOeav cans Baker Thaaua ..... David. Baaaer, Lee Rattan, Jr* WIlMa Trre Jr, ...... Whlaenant. Presentation of Class for Diplomas ...e.,1 ,,,. )tr. Parker I
conies will .. bald at I a'eUck teaMrraw .Walter Uarel Brvea, *r, Vlrgtaia C I....., DUne lacy Catherine WIlMtma ant Carol Wlte.OIav ?
t \ a _....... "W::, ...:.. ..i... 1', "Awarding of Diplomas! ....,.,,,,,,.,.. Jesse P. Tynea, Jr.
County: Superintendent of Public Instruction ..

Presentation of Class Olfta .......... ,IMT-T Lee Ooobby, Jr*'*t.
..jjOaat Frasldent'
Crescent Senior Class Chorus ,. "111 Never Wan Alone" by: Rogers and
County Hammantaiv

Benediction.i>.......>....,,...........II.. Rev Jot Olache
Recessional ... ............:.........t." "Auld Lang SynaAocompanled "
by Instrumental Enaembl
Audience will please hold applause until all diploma an e
Betty Sheridan Aooompanlst for all musical number


Taeaday. has 1. INI To Get Diplomas

I:N PJCProccaaional (Continued from Above)

....... "Pomp and Circumstance" ....... Elgar. Knight. Stephen J. Smith
Band Director H. M. King Danny Splvey and Susan Wei
XaTOcatlon ..,..,,..?.,,_,..,...,..*> Ou DenIM TImmer' teL *
Welcome ;.......,.t.--,. .... '''L.eqDevere, Curia** 7r.: Arthur B. Weiner, a Vie

? Salutatorlan president of Burlington. Indue .. ..
President of Student Body ...y..... Whitney Hurt Comet: tries parent company of Oran
President of Senior Clue ........... Henry Travta Msngham Cove Spring Yarn Co.. will be Ih "
Bud < ..... . "Lobenrrtn' ........ ... Wagner the principal speaker at Clay: +rr'ttoP
bueuon..:.....:.:............... ". Dr. L R. TuleyFarewefl : Highl graduation at I o'clock

.,....................J...... WttoyHaWi: Cunagla this evening.
Valedictorian Tonight's program will also
Delivered by: Linda Lee Knight feature the presentation of QUALITY

FrewntoUon of Awards .e..................... C. *;Hol lw. Clay Hlgh'a II top students,
PrincipalPreaentotlon presented la order of thai Over 100
of Dtptomas- ....... .. ..... Jesea I'. Moor. grade They an: Ouy Michae
Superintendent. Jars EUeea: Cynthia' WaaverKay .

Benediction ............................. Sharyn: Ann Kent : Malone George WIle,
Itectarlnnsl .......... Tersian Market" .......... Ketelbey: John McCKw Patricia Wears, It'* .tartedl I l The largest used car sale ever ringed in Clay County
Sharon Martin Carolyn Pear
Band until all am, Stephen Low, Patricia Over 100 u..1 1 CAn, and (they all MUST KO . at ANT price
"The audkne .ai asked to refrain from applauding
litters and Edward M. Taylor
diplomas\ have been awarded.aACCALAt1UA'n. The program doe not iadi Make us an otter, and drive 'em n,1 I

SERVICESaaday. cat It. but Our: Jonea I* th
May NIb, INS elaaa valedietorwn aad Cynthia .

I:" .... Wnr.he. dale aalutevtorlaa. '62 .VOLKSWAGEN $ 995 ,

J'reJudtrroc..soa ....... "Pomp and Clreumatanc- . .....', UarMr Neither I scheduled to speak. Radio beater w/w tires Like new. .
*. Cdna: .... Botrnea. Organist In short there will be no claaa "

Invocation .............. ........ Rey. Walter E. TomBneoaTiwll valedictory ,which Jam** A. '64CORVAIR MONZA $1595 "DKIVKIt: !fIjOATIOS"I: (
Never Walk Able ............... .< Senior OU. Club Parker, principal, ascribes to I
-How Orat Thou Art" ......-..... ... . .... .. .... . AudUne th fact the program ha "snontsld. Four-epeed. radio and hester.

Scripture .........................".. .... Oena McCuDougbmm ."speaker. PLYMOUTHS
.v Frank t. Edward Parker said further the II '62 CHEVROLET PICKUP $1195

CBmb Every Mountain" ............ .....r Senior Ole Club honor students npreeenudthe I I
Sermon ................................. RtY. Doll Classes top !' per cent of UM das Extra dean.: Dependable economical Wonderfullrare!
Bemdktloa .......0...... ......... ... .... Ford R. FtahatrtiriaalniMl of H. I .MiuiptMsl with factory airconditioning f [
. .u....... "Grand March ............. Verdi Tomorrow tventng x....... and power. Homo. ,
$ &695
Mr* Edna .... Hotmea, Organist Height High School will graduate 59IMPAU2-DOOR low aa 2,000 mile. Thaw" car all
.Its. third largest class oft Radio sad ....Yr. Hardtop. SUck shift. Chrysler'g famous 5-year
SENIOR' CUE CtCBett ) There win be no outside
i.Dm., Ardlth leaurhamp. LaaoexU'.*...,. Joy OalU graduation speaker. G0,000.mlJe guarant While they

han Hugh Cotney WItoy: Cunagln. Lester Cases. Linda Duacaa. The final graduation ...... ,'60 FALCON4-DOOR. S 615 last( at . .
Suaetto Dupree Susanne Early Allan Folklna. CteorgiaaOattl. dIM win be held at I e clock
........ Oeaa Batleabeck. School Hairs clean. A low mllasg bargain..
Martha Ora.... Roaa Oraw Lester Monday at DunUr High
Patrkla Hanky OeJl H-edris. Virginia bleary Lloyd when the principal) speaker
Bentnctoo. Kenneth Jackson. Daphne Poises Sharya Ke.t, Win be UM Rev' Robert V.WhlUhunt '59 RANKER STAt WAGON S 495 $2795
Unda =nlst Barry Kryarta: John LaSaga. Carta Lone .>, principal *f R. Eo I ,
Vista Lon,Baary Maagham, Shaiw Midgett,WHflaaa Mldgett' Lee High School, Jackoe>vUto.Aacordiag Long on arrvlee low on ....
Frederick MUUr. Joba Otdfleld Leonard Rlagier. Edgar Row*. t* OaMn Brown, .

1M eblsat. ".... -Osaat Wrlv4, Bsedb'LlroeuasOe.a principal 44 boy and girls win
"....r. Eosins Vta O kty,'CaarkM: War. Nicholas be graduated.Tk :
Wan. Aagala Wataoo, Suaaa ....... tarry: Eton '&4 62F0N6ALAXIE 51". IMPALA U FORD :
arts ..Jmdftanm'i _. "- I sroiT COUPE STATION 'WACONVg.
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Vies Pyd/r.a.,. Alit Kaa4 Jnnnmd'td '' .............,....... Usb 1M bAuaeaaeatghbl Bagaby p. star. PMr-dcor VI. air aaodlUoned.power This MM H rely (Uaiu 'Vpy .,and eked l There's a tot
.A.. I l aUerlng. power ....., .f family hauling, beach ind"fJetlr "
.I. 1M Illatw1Lfde ...., d) Ht p . io and .aatr, autoauti
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__ ,.,. rwn lor HI P.TJL Satwdey evening

BaeS. tanelgts. taster DrN't' c.wt.I: Jr. IJDM Lee ......... tS sr deaf to the '$2395 $1195 $495 595.. ,

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expect of ;you in the future, Many of you are children, and we hope many of you will see fit to make"!your contributions A ill.

and all of you are children, ( our friends. While we want here.

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Clay High Graduates ..
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Come 'in today and ,get acquainted in your educational development LEANERS .

I "your: friendly banker." with'I I brought to.this point.ota vement. It is ROBERTS. CHEVROLET( ,INC
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'MNK,. OF GREEN COVE (depending} for much of its continued growthin .* 'Our 'Heartiest Congratulations, Orange Arenue Green Cove SpringiiKMtlIMM

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