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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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United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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

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.01 .,m HISTORIC: Record Budget For Schools and County r:;. ",._ ._ ; '

The Board of County Commissioner and the School ceived from the sale of revenue certificates; and debt service 1 Among the beneficiaries: \ Cf Louis LeBlanc juvenile counselor was raised from $3,500
Board this week adopted record budget totaling close .
tentatively totaling to $190,000
E. D. McCal County agent was authorized to abolish the annually to $8,200 with a $800 travel allowance tacked on.
,more than $4.1 million. The largest item In the school budget Is In the amount(of I

They are based on a Countywide reassessment that promises $1 7 million for salaries of teachers supervisors etc., and for library position of assistant County agent a position held by George In the office of the sheriff whQ alto got a 11,000 alary!

to provide more than $16 million In additional taxable and text books guidance and testing materials and teaching ;Owens until his,resignation last winter and to raise his salary Increase through legislative action, deputies' salaries were upped :-
by $7,040.; expenses other than salary went from $17,900 to .
property.The. supplies. and that of Mrs. Margaret Nelson by $25 a month. Additionally
Buildings and additions again exclusive of funds' McCall $11,500; Investigations allowances We're raised from $700 to
County's budget, totaling $787,353, up more' than .received gets a $1.200 travel allowance. McCall had
(82.000 from last year, calls for a reduction in the millage from from sale of the revenue certificates , totals approx- sought a $70 monthly pay raise, He said the position of assistant to$1,200 8200.; and the equipment allowance was raised from $ ,800 I

10.35 last year to 8.25, Including one mill for capital outlay reserves imately $425,000. County agent was no longer necessary since the 4.11 club are
School officials said the school systems "contracted now under local (in each community) direction. Agent from Personnel In the County road department received an

program" . carried out with federal funds ear-marked 'for' neighboring counties, he .said can help out In a pinch across.the-board salary Increase of S per cent with the salary q
The School Board's budget, calling for acro..the-board I.
an certain special training programs, has not been Included In the Thorns J. Rivers who a* County judge received a $1,000 cf James Knowles going from $3,460 to $5,733 In the tame department
alary increase of $750 to each of the County's 251 school teach
budget since these programs have not yet been officially approved pay rise to $9,500 through an act of the legislature was author. the allowance for maintenance and equipment was ,

ers, will cost taxpayers 20 mills. The fund involved It was said, might total as muchas bed an additional $900 for salaries to assistants and clerks; his upped from $25.000 to $28,000. s.

Both budgets should hearten all the County's employes; $150,000 over and above current operating figures, expense account for "other than salaries" was raised from The Commissioner made the position of Zoning laspectof, r I

41 one missed a salary Increase he has not been heard from. The general! fund, largest of the three funds under the $2,802 to $2,725. held
Further the salaries of the juvenile judge, a by Floyd Orwnn a fulltlme job In view of the new requirements

The School Board's budget totaling 13.34 million up from operation of the Board of County Commissioners, was raised position! also held down by Judge Rivers, and of the juvenile for plumbing and electrical Inspection on new construction I

$2 58 million last year published on page 5 of this week's Issue f-om $327,800 to 377142. The fine and forfeiture fund is up counselor were raised from $8.600 to 8730. Judge Rivers get and Onann was given a mothly salary of $550.

of The Crescent) call for operating expenditures of $2.11 : $17.$00 to $158,900'; und the road and bridge fund Is up 'approximately $1.200 annually as juvenile judge and his travel allowance wa The County contribution to the library system was

million; capital Improvements, exclusive of $800000 to be re $15,000 to $231,310. upped to $700, $100 short of what he had sought. The salaryC.OUUNOU raised approximately $800 'I

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High Neighbors and Low At FuneralOf ; Friends Burns: ''It'Will Be The .Greatest"Three II

,Bryan Jennings I TT11'I Governor Calls Plans

County Men ,

t . ] "Unique, Distinctively

i9 ts h ", On Viet Nam DutyAt 1 kU1 Progressive Be Patient"Governor

t4ea .
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least three Clay County servicemen are now on duty In
., , Viet Nsm Haydon Burnt told Tin Crescent yesterday thai

While It 1 Ia believed there are others, these have turned up {In tout Reynolds' unrevealed plans for an Industrial development
Ir. the Green Cove area comprise "the biggest
single advent to
The Crescent search for County servicemen ssslgned to oversea
.I private enterprise In the State's hlotor,,"'
duty, especially In the undeclared Southeast Asian war,
The Crescent queried both -
And If current talk gossip and trial balloon. In Washingtonare
the Governor and Charlie W, "
to be credited, others "WIOOQ go. magnitude, the Governor
- In addition to'tht'thrw men assigned to Viet Nan, a fourth Campbell, chairman of the Florida said, "a* to make It highly desirable j.

man ls assigned to duty In Germany and a fifth In England Development Commission to make the announcement ,

Those known to be serving In the escalating war In the tiny 'on Reynolds' plans after the from Tallahassee where I

Southeast Asian nation are: 1 Governor told newsmen In Tallarimire > we can get the fullest/ newspaper .
t Monday he hoped for
h. and television coverage.*
full announcement within sixweek :
Burns characterized the plant

*. a. 'unlqu and distinctively
rJt Both. Governor Burns and
progreeeive," and called/ It ".
.N Mr. Campbell mad the point
great und" iUklng that will
that It U useless at this tlm. to
provide Innumerable Job opportunities
U peculate on the nature of' Mr. ,"

Reynold plane and that those
Involved In the aria must tx Asked If U wa< not trun that j

1 ere 1st some degree of putlenre the advent to Florida of inch

The Governor said he hud corporation, aa United Air.

IIAYIMIV/ 1:1&\1: : been Invited by Mr Reynolds cralt stuff Martin Marietta si-!

Airman First Class Robert A. He will share In revelation. the plan ef J. fouls tiff to share In making. public the most Immediately Involved the

Prominent person from *U Real Estate Board Jle wa the Beckman 27.,... -old ton of iHiU, ties** le persuade Reynold u rom 'le Tallahassee plan when the tint I I. right, employment" of tliousands of

part of the Suto. bu !nes a. tint chairman of the Slate Mr and Mr. O. 8. Beckman, for the nnonnremrnt, for full newspaper and TV '''.ra... "The whole matUr la of such prrMms, and whether In this

soclatra, old friend and neighbors Hoard of Forestry which position of Green Cove, has been In view, the Governor's statitntnta !
crowded and overflowed he held for 12 years. Additionally Viet Nam for approximatelyfour to 'th. greatest slnsU *dVfiit < ,

the Middleburg Methodist he served a. a charter months A 19&8 graduateof Pfc. John Larry Rauder, ton lie OKOIM e would hold up, Mr.

Church yesterday to pay their member and director of the Clay tilth. Airman Drclt. of Mrs. T S Skinner, of Doctor Campbell bucked the Govtirnor -

last respects to Sherman Bryan Florida Bank at Orlando dlr. man U married to the former Inlet, ha been on dutyIn Welfare State? 's s'atrment' fully

Jennings who died suddenly actor ol' the Clay Electric Co-op, Jeanne Moore of Rockwood, Saigon for more than a mon County AverageTo You have to undrrsiand,

early Sunday at the age of 71, director of the Clay County Penn. who Is living with hi* th. Born In Atlanta, the soldierIs Mr" Campbell said, "that.h.n

Mr Jennings, one of the Development Authority and of parent while he U overseas. a graduate of Orange Park Welfare for Instance *. get the atuni

Count,'* mont prominent clt- the State Chamber of Commerce They have a U.month-oid Iflch SchooL Recipients Put At sms.hrr lasted In Florida U

Urns since his retirement from educational: committee. dauihter Tert. Airman B rk. will be five years before U gt

the practice of law In Jacksonville In Mlddlrburg where he wasa man has been In the Air Force f C ' I Into operation Th.. things

more than 2) year longstanding member of the nine ,.ara. .' I $45 Monthly; County Pays None bill things, do not happen. overnight

ago and a leader In education Methodist Church, he served ."

and forestry throughout the for a time a* president of the ?v v a (ftee editorial, page II) Of the annual distribution wits In this category .U under Mr. Campbrli said Mr R-ynold4 ..

State, was the only son of WUllam PTA which built the stadiumat of U 8 I>pt. of Agriculture IDOO a year. plane would tventiially
Sherman Jennings the the Middleburg Elementary More than 4W persons In the surplus commodltl amounting Involve thousands of workers
School, and president of theXtlddleburg County are receiving public Tb. second largest slice olUK .
State's 18th governor. to approximately $211 million but he wax careful to say hetHoll..d
Civic Club. welfare aid, money, surplus annual tiaynttnt, approil
| It night be
Born In BrooksvUle when 1 a the public school receive' approximately irisUly, |MlbOO
commod tit*, prescription medicine goes
has father was speaker of the His absorbing Interests were 13 per cent the to famlli with, dependent year before thtte plans could
and ,
I In Uv field of education and hospltalitetlon at be fully Implemented
Florida House of Rrprernta needy aproxlmately 28 prr ttMitn
llcmtvrr, In this In
lives, Mr Jennings came to forestry He U. credited with an annual cost of tint; the balsnce'II per rant. tswt. the( annual "If the J people of Clay Cuun.
having drafted a great number I $112X100, a spokesman forti's. to slat and charitable 1.-I pay ty will be patient," he ..Id. I
know Tallahassee at an early got '
., resent l It uiHfar IIU . 1147
pMarina State f>pt, of Publl! Wet
.... By the time he was eight of UM States .tows pertainingto tltutlona, Cuban refuge. 17 a month, lo be exact, feel| sun they will be my happy
fare told The Crescent
lib father had been elected forestry and cattle raising, a per cent and slorat. at the outcome."
go*-error, He we an ardent advocate of Pte. Kenneth Dentil Da- week. Aid l lu the disabled' l "per Asked If there was any chance

the 11.month school year and wick on of Mr*. Perry L. J *c. that lf,. K.ynod! might be
Following his education at cent of the residents of Department, It would appear count for appmsimately |v>,.
of any program to better the i>rrn Cove has 7e.n er arty the acting a* agent for some such
Stetson University, which he that It 4111. approximately 30 000 annually wtth
StaU', and especially tMCounIY" In Germany for more than 18 County are on some form of avtrage annual company as General Electricor
has served for four decades asa day or a little more to proct garment ef .
relief roll. The statewide approslrnateir
public schools. month.. He WM born 'In Ken- ave General Dynamics, corjwrations -
trustee, and from which tie *. application for wtlfare I7ooTh
In recent year he liked to Pie. Jam* D. Jamil.II ova, W, Ve.Airman ,.,. .Is 2.4 per ant with broad .xperl.n.
received three degrees, Ur throughout the State.In .
rtcnlntacc of the day when his eon of 101,. and Mrs.Joarph It I is estimated that spproiU hlglcst prr capita pay. lo nuclear physics, Mr.
law Camp.
Jennings began practicing
ml lo
father was In the Governor's Jamil of Green Cove, mutely 1 ISO of three person Clay County at Ih first go the blind (six In bell. ,. said he did not think
In JsrksonvUe, During World the so.
mansion. One of the stories has bn In Viet Nam appromauly *!- are employed In substandard of March, five applications fur Cbentywen> receive an Asked If the .).MIde!
War I he served as a Naval aaruMl plan
In Jack- pertained to his visit to Havana two months. A nativeof ,.. old ate assistance were penal avttag "' )'nWnt of ate- bad anything to do with the
laUlllgence officer
where Governor Jennings ..... Madison W. Va, he wa. In*. During the month, tight proilmatery 1700. atom sma4hrr Mr, k I.
;....YUI he Interested himself C.mpb.11rrfuMd
Of families
sent as chief of the U. 8. dale graduated two years ago at additional applkatlona" ..,. receiving aid fur
comment Me
of real! estate Average Menial tttlfsr was then
la the development d>-p iwt nl Children
gaUon at ceremoni at which Ute Watkins School la Green ocelud.i During th* month, colored asked If h. would n
MJddlrburg FsyewaU le (lay t_ conunent Of
both there and In atrPtr fsnuiie armuni for )
the Republic of Cuba was granted Cove. throe we,. approved one was M perCent he pouibility that i
. Mr. .. .
whrre. at his death ( Per e aOM >, In the County ,
drrOrd leering nine for action againstti
full from the MIdi
might be
be made his home in the bou. Aft A_*' UIMW StillWpessdeal prr cent throughout planning to **
built by his lather soon aferbe United States. The small tudo .> Blftlior "EST IV GC. ("blUr.11.11 at the end of the month .'at. the labllsh a glrl' boarding school

be wore to some of the In insets Cove, .
gave Up politic U was The fit. fU*. Hamilton West, Bind $55$7DLaIkd Similarly, seven applications Thirty-"i,ht per cent of ".
festivities on that occasion I* for aid to famIlies with dependent 1 would think not,"" he said
Bryan Jennings who deigned EptacoD! Bishop of Florida, $1554Average |)MM 'in the County receiving ,
and conatn ct. d the gust bridge tin preserved by his family. win preside at serrtce at BC children ..,. pending on old age assistance, arc colored laughingly.
He Ira,. his widow, Mr*. w.u. .u th.
March I; eight additional applications alum uMttot
over Black Creek into Middle Mary episcopal Church Green $11.54While thre per om higher than thestatewide
Dorothy Browa Jeaalngs; a nut just as far
were received duringthe he was
burg. Cove, at 1 clock Monday rt-' I aversetAU .
Retiring from We law practice daugbur. Mr*. Gordon 8ndridg suing when a das* of adult Third Class ....... the Count. last year IIIIfth.0 wtre approvedand to the 4Ua.kM. .. cost| vUM > asktd.
', of Orange Park: a son, "I hate "
and rJ. esute InUTMU laJscksovtHle Major Bryan Jennings Jr., win be predated for confirm L. Lanier If-year-old son, of eontrlbuUd. only ",otIO to the four dented .leaving alne' blind In the County rune at ,said. no comment he

la int. Mr. Jennings ation. Mr, and Mr*. A. E. L niav5 of Stale welfare program, spprox IWU .UOM for action at INmonth' approximately| the statewide
USA?. sow assigned to .
and his family moved to OordoaR. The class win be prearntedby Mlddlrburg. Y with ae Air bnately 71 pr ant of all fund end' pretnlae a* between while
ala graodchUdrea
their home .. adddkburf. aaodrtdge, Ir. Ooy;" Odosm.Uada .,I Unit Ret. William .. Inrta. Tore squad/Mi. IN ISnglaatt plus Use County there of a More than half of the total and colored years; when last measured.

Curia theme and Mooaedsmg Ruth Odum. all of1 I departing dear of elM Cba dJ. Airman lArdf whose fatter Statewide annual distribution g n anal I welfare distribution, Wells officer say that And. "../ said, "tho average

year be eenred act only a* a Orange Park; and Michael The sacrament of Holy Baptism is principal 'of 'the UlddJebwr of M mlMoa of surptut ranemodiUta more than l7fjOOO., goa to recipient fomllie* receiving aMlttance I Udgtlt. of time ton Ute welfare

president of UM Jacksonville (Ceertitve! om Page Ogtt) ation rites. Orange Park High' School. federal governoueC average payment per pe,. t welfare roll "about four disabled le about eight ,..,..*

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PAGE TWO Clay!!( County! Crescent THURSDAY. I JULY 12, 1961-

I Bryan Jennings YtTU'OO' 1 > b'f' I I D .1 I 'Conquering) iij 'I 10 Fear. ,) I ) /a /, B Sheriff 1I Jennings Murrbee \M

By Inheritance and in his own seal'Bryan hand; and nothing that he marred by his DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD Who was driving that car thai

Jennings was deeply dedicated to the many participation* forestry law education and the selves and bring our fear out shot out from the 'curbing ant>l

public causes! he espoused during 'his 'life- general welfare of his community, into the open so we can see q whizzed but in front of you tie

bane." J' ,Though he served\ for more than adecade, what kind of fear It Is. Itt, other day, or today1
: u the first chairman, of the State Board .of be honest with
not to
easy our r'v And what is "reas nitble( oar.
The son of Florida's eighteenth governor!,, Forestry, four decades ILl a trustee' of Stetson own minds; we dodge, we play -
and a cousin of William Jennings Bryan Mr.. University; and other years '.. a director of tricks on ourselves rtii'/fI r tit
Jennings was as tenacious In his,advocacy,of ,ClayjElectriq Coop: and elf the Clayl' County Chance are hje did not esei
Emerson said that every man J.C.Penne '. fashionable
the enrichment of Florida's public school In hid. in-
Development Authority- was perhaps
vise reasonable safety and there
is sincere when he Is alone.In iwer for what to wear at the ,
teaching as his fatherwas, 60 years ago la home that, Mr. Jennings' was most persuasive contact,with others he hides Fair II a geld tweedy linen suit lie* weakness of the law Nev
safeguarding,several millions.of acres,of land For it was there that with a rare degree of that Is perfect for plane, train
from private exploitation; as ,determined ,in warmth, and, hospitality he turned 'foe into ib: behind' a mask. or viewing the hundreds of Fair. ertheless, the law is strong on
"What you wrote recently exhibits where accident
the cause of a 12-month school year as his friend. this point aa ot
,, about with fear hit J
dealing the
father had been in the promotion of primary ;He will ,:be missed in Clay County, not curs.
elections., that superseded conventions during only by his family and friends, but by those mark writes' a reader.' "For The law says ''no t persons
adrn1nlatratlon'from 1901'until years I was a victim of alj>, sorts ; ; 1iam44J Sheriff (
his 1805.There who perhaps never saw him. The only axe hiever i vehicle which
of fears., I learned, isa Morrhee (shall start u la
Howard Fear ,
Dr. ,
are, few fields In',which ,Bryan Jennings had to grind was the County's Florida's;
form of human in UNLESS AND UNTIL
r energy an standing or parked -
did not, at one timeor another, have a the nation's." . Is" fear-con- ,
Ours the mont
i atlnctlve'uro like pugnacity
i "J : -- such movement can he made with reasou
'. .,' i' aclous I generation.:, Added to sex, ,self i, regard, curiosity
,the dangers and insecurities of which discharges Itself along; 'able safety
I Not life terror Is used as a weaponin many paths. In other words 'In short, t here then} is no accident,' the ques-

ertlrelJare our global war and especially fear is a good servant but a of how reasonably safe the movement was becomes

in the war of nerves. bad master. Somehow I made a matter of one man's judgment against

There is a general' tendency to s3>rn the month; to the blind and disabled close to $80.,,.vWe seem to have a "fea the discovery that fear and love another's.. ,, .

"welfare state,'" designed by the late.rra klln,., .."l' and to those Wh canna support their '6 om lex,'' a fear of fear J|.- are mixed In religion; that Nothuig ctmVeNpore dangerous t djtnot takSlng -
D. Roosevelt and, like a Renaissance b oHldrejV"' king**! rsnsosn: {)TY for:; &ch sell! How can w. paPwlth Tt revs) nce> ad'Qsat'gle f +f esrl in'
clilld undlr celts 'I Firfit must [realize that the/Lord is tie g of j r car the oat easonablQ ; artin;
still under construction more than > SO ad. ,I,1 wj *
later. Cjhedri J : j It is easy.eneighjfor those wio ha ] Jotmade the I !Is.a natur wlolesomt, wisdom.'}As the of btcinnl puts I] [from a larked |>osi ion at the'Curbing amj' movJ -

The tax bill and the W m say the*old' stmild ha>l been]ore,Jjrotecjwe fear w Ich jwe neefl, ml J 1 1 ] M J[ Ljn int a flow of/raffic. s', 5
debt ... ... without which we could lot Fear Him. ye taints, and'?*
tha bav4) flnanoed this structure are prudent or died younger or had more loving 700-word ,
live day. It is awWof will then give you a essay on a .
awesome and frightening; even though they: children; that those who cannot support their things huge variety of subjects//
tot up to a l leaser sum- than is expended on children should have got some pills that would that are dangerous-and avoids Have nothing else to tear"

policing the worl.d.Bul . hold off the spawning of public wards; to the them A man who has no fear When we devoutly and sincere actually live by faith if we
: "when you"get down'to the dollars-and- blind that they shouldn't have gone blind and at all is not brave; he is blind ly reverence Ood and believe cross a street eat a. meal take Helm
cents of it lends soAfe' plausibility to7 the disabled perhaps should have and f This"natural fear In His love, His wisdom! His .
one case history that they ; stimulates ''a, train make: a, friend or get
to President Johnson's so-called war on looked' both'ways before they'crossed those quickens makes us alert power; we: are released" from married .we .'do it. by faith.
our senses saves fears.
poverty., streets.Tlttse u from harm. our "Love casteth out fear;" love Funeral Home
\story on page 1 of this Issue of The pat answers arV'pure )ophlstry.In I If wew flnxl Uiat we have a of something other than our- :
Cresce eitowsi how..many person- in the county &e Instance of ev'cjplent public welfare ref But thejfe/ tf. oURhtJfe fea -con1pllX. ....hat then Do selves. Our Christian ;althj,and '

get what from trie wUfare people! (1 .**\ : we mlh'.1 say: There J but i iI thry .,' ', r Is kn |unwhoKime,, a. not be afraid of it or ashamed*, prayer wily help jus'tlix |'laveywith d1 CHARLES HELM-
To the ated .i j under\ $W ftJ frd. go V ; l'J ( al iatlvej firelfodlni' I fear It of it -| face it squarely,)and] tea| 1tel log then 14 nota
Funeral Director
s'1)) paralyze1
/ \ J 1a 9 j I '\ ,ad ef Inlet* ahd which secretes eaU hat our heat learn lt.4ln fej use the your end religion on111aItb'/ !to}Sw' Hixuhr mLat but remember a ne ,"tty.'hen that to

]life away making us victimsof can conquer this kind of fear fear Ood does not mean to be /i(11( e' Phon 2S49GOO'GREEN

. tot1ildt) r By DUNCAN G. GRONER do life. It even fears things that and cleanse it. afraid of Him but to trust
not exist and
,i'' I j I' 'I l never did All of us have more faith Him as Jesus did who has COVE SPRINGS*, FLORIDA
exist.We than we realize much more shown us the way the troUt HWT. U EAST P. O. BOX 443
Francisco Franco must have thingamabob; it is understand fected later by Adolf Hitler must be honest with our than we use. Every day, we and,.the life -
Chortled quietly to himself of the quadri- and !It has been used on countless -

when St. Augustine's Best betook centennial! would go even to the occasions since then I II

themselves\ to Madrid last lengths of hobnobbing with The St. Augustine celebra I Im I

week to'present a gold medallion Francisco'' Franco, a blood- tion, which Is largely spurious

to the crusty old tyrant smeared fascist. because .Augustine la aboutas

for his 'and Spain's contributions For the hard fact is a yearor Spanish at Mlddleburr, has STATEMENT OF CONDITION
to America's culture and more ago, these same people, taken a leaf from "ColonialWllllolnJlbura"

more particularly to the cash or their neighbors, stood silent that fungus on /.1 IatM '
receipts of the quadrlcentennlel ly by while the Image of The the back of the Old Dominion.

now in progress !in St.. Johns '.Ancient City took a very,,bad But there li one difference andit t' AS OF JUNE 30 1965

County. beating. And they stand accused may be fatal to St. Augustine 'Mf/nal ,

For a ruthless dictator who of guilt by,, silence" by The Wllllamsburg restoration '

has slaughtered Imprisoned apathy, by non-interference, by and all the simpering
and exiled his own people; whatever you choose to call It. women In their hoop skirts who

Whose minions once spied upon And the result is that St. Augustine act as guides were bought and

Allied shipping In the Straitsof is hurting. Ask any inn paid for by the Brothers Rockefeller aloe Hank *.. .1
Gibraltar to the benefit of keeper or restaurateur to whom money is no OFFICERS F I 1t.I'ON or toMMTio* or
the' Nails; for an autocrat with Thus should they stoop so object and to whom public "i TUB DISK or ttKK1 cove apalrue
./ or (,IRt:.:* rovn .rases. CLAY ('ovary.
such a deep and abiding disdain low as to do obeisance. zeal is a costly luxury. And I 'J I In The lute 01Al rlerl.

for the processes of democracy But Lyndon Baines Johnson have it on good authority there J. P. IIALL, JR. Chairman of the Board and Executive Vie President The (|M. Of BK.|.*>. Oa Seas a., 1S4WA

he has abolished free and Haydon Bums, what of has never been a year In which \ .','. *:*" A..It1T.

elections and cut off any semblance them Colonial Wllllamsburg has not F. IIALL, SR. President ;:'-J' '.*.,I' I Caih, balance. with etkr banka, and caih lltmi
of freedom of religion St. Augustine's Best bore been in the red ''; .- in .. of ... ..... 4ll.t4T.TI

or assembly or speech . all greetings from them; and they St. Augustine has no such CLARA CIltSSER; Vice President .; '" ,\ I'nltxl( .Mum ntwd Ouv..rnm. ....m obllir ti .*.: .ii.: andu '1.411,11110I
this took some doing.Generalissimo know both of them, Franco's fairy godfather It must ,:i; ; r Ul.alon of fltaui and political aubdlvUiiMii .. : :TI1M:
make I ana and dlccounti .. ...
Franco did it. regime is no better than the It on Its own even If it Involvesa ROBERT LEE: ; Met President .:.. .yy I liaitk |>r.mU.i e rn4 111,111 4., furniture and flxi > ,,m.uUfI"
He did it at home by playing Russian or Albanian .&. .rM ui.t...i ..... .......,.
self-appointed Spanish I" .. ." \
gen- ; 1' Hral Mtau owned oilier.Aan.l.nk. .. ''',nUl
footsie with the Roman Catholic What in the name of heavenis erallslmo, GEORGE \\YM.\V: Vice President other ....!. .. . . . . /euts

hierarchy there and games the difference between a It Is not Irrelevant here to TOTAL ASSETS .. . . . '" . .. .. . . . /tUIlO.N
with the decadent royal family fascist dictator and a com recall that Just as Spain was NATE CATCIIPOI.E, Vice President ,

before whom he has, for three munist dictator giving its ineffable charms to j L'A.'L'T'
TOM: 1IiftY.lce President 't>mnd depoult of Individual, partnirihlu.'
the dim and In time In North
decades dangled Africa
my the New World and establishing I.'lUlU'
timeless prospect of a returnto the cities and towns and hamlets a military base at The Ancient Tlm.r lavlnf deposit, tf tndlvSduata'partna; ; *
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glory. He has done it abroad were full of Spaniards who City, the Inquisition was in Pepoili\tltI:: mate Uoverm.ntlneludlaa' ; 1,151,1401
fleets and air had fled Franco's Twentieth p...tal) *avlnm) ..,. I444JT*
by harboring our full flower In .
the Iberian Pen .. il.ponte\ of stale* and political eubdlvUloia' .. '/5/ai 5.l! I
forces . at a price that would Century Inquisition insula. DIRECTORS I .nltled and nrf"ers'' eh.(.... .Ie. .. Mill.14
TOTAL I f,74snaft$
>*:I-OKIT4 .
have bought Isabella's jewels They were not as Franco Describing this Golden Era 'a thousand thousand times. would have liked us to believe the fb) Total' time add' '""'". 4'PORlh nt'Il..s
Encyclopedia Britannica other nabuiuea . .. . ... ... .. .. . . .. ,. .., 55.1755:
But St. Augustine? communist conspirators Most says: "The Spaniards were HARRY nLACKMON: owner of Mayport Trailer Rain .
Though nought of the late of them were simple people who quick to accept the Inquisition very TOTAL LUBILITIEJI .". . .. . .. ... .: .. I.........:'

Spanish dominion there remain had fled !in frustrated rage because ' to such an extent as to look JOHN BRADLEY, owner of Bradley Insurance Co. C P' T a s. "C co t' a T s

save the old fort and their own fathers and upon heresy as a rational ,. f'.1111.1' I.) Commas stock. total par vales

the Fountain of Youth (characterized brothers and cousins and scourge to be destroyed at nil JOE TRirtETT, pibllo accountant HiirrlliidlTlded Ir/a,5uan-- : . :: : :: : ::: : ;: ; : :. ::': ': : : t55ka lits.e: .:

by one of tho city's friends had been slaughtered costs . commerce and industry prMILe . . . . , ...; ........, . . //ftid

grande dames as "a break in by a man greedy for power wore rapidly parallzedin I.UIOTTI.Ot:1RE: : owner of Mafnlre Timber Co. 'r ;a ,1. Tm'AL CAPITAL ACCY1l'NTe' .. .. ... . ., .... \U.IJU
the water main."); though St It wai Franco who invented the ---
Spain by this odious '
Augustine's chief tourist at. gambit of an imminent communist of suspicion . wholesale regime confiscations W. UILLSON, retired aide U J. C. Penney > . ,,:;::+,; ', .7- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ApCOCXTS: Igtlvrro.axnh : /*t

tractions today are "The Oldest take-over as a pretext for I
might reduce a family TOM lit:NRY, banker ,:,i';' A*..te pUdce ..... ..
Store" (circa 1890), the Poncade grabbing power for one's mlf. or awla-ned to liabilities>> ) and
beggary, in a single! day ?. for other par_.. iln<'l>."|ln. n..|M .M Mir
Leon Hotel and a Ripley Tho art was very nearly per- . .The torture, to the practice r> J. P. HU.L, JR, banker mantle npurcha) .. . .,.. ..... .... ..... l.ue.1
of wwhlch the Spanish Inquisi- Loan* ae .b..... abore ar ana 4ed rlloii of "..t.I. -
tion certainly added new refinements banker' tattoo ,...n.* ofT. .... .... ............ lI.nt.
A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO MY MANY FRIENDS ; especially in the Clara M: (Cheese Vi.. .....14..' aid Cakler of 11. a oJ
AND PAST ACQUAINTANCES nanwdl baa. du anleainlT afar Slat this report of .....'He*
15th 16th and 17th centuries, true and ctrrect. to the belt of air. kao.ld.. and belief.
Listings so far have gone beyond my expectation and was applied quite shamelessly Clara ii. CIa.***'

now I am In position to show lots, houses, business location . Ferdinand IV decreed the 61 YEARS OF FRIENDLY & CONFIDENTIAL BANKINGINSTALLMENT Correct AlUtt:

,. I wind to thank all my friends for their hearty establishment of the InquisitionIn 'r J. P. Hall T........ If. Harry' )
,response Investment In land should pay extra dividendsin America and Jlmenes in ' i. f. hall Jr J I. TrlpUtt >I> Director!
year to come A call will prove this. 1519 appointed Juan Quevedo .. COMMERCIAL: .' .ai J*.a Pradler JUIe": XUntr )
Inquisitor General Delegate II U H1ackim K. A. WUIooai )
NOTE; have three bedroom home to trade
for home In Orange Park. kith discretionary' powers. .
Better'they had gone to the : DEPOSIT BOXESTRA.EtR5 CHECKS: J State of Florida. Covat* of CU,.. a*:
SARAHiLLOCK ailing Don Juan pretender to v awn t. ad *n a rll> '< Mfor me this |4tfc dar .f
Isle ..d I hrkr ... .
eater that "U a.. ffVcer f JlrortjFKANCE4
the Spanish throne. Better e CHRISTMAS: CLUBS AUTOMOBILE LOANS ,' : this ...11.
Rp,. Heal Estate Broker they had I said to him Spain K. LAXCASTEIl Notary 1
15 St. Johns Ave. Phone 281-9311 Green Cove Sprints t : State rf fi nda. at
cave America its system of e HOME: IMPROVEMENT: LOANS
II J. D. Goodwin. SalesmanEounty government its common' law, My: commi.itoa' .4ttJre JaJtl.. IHt

'. Its wealth of i literature and
,; . : -.-- tUtay
poetry. Likely he 'nould not

have argued the point.' Bitter,

they had gone to the tomb of
( ( OJrcsccut El Greco, the great artist born fJ'k.BANK GREEN' SPRINGS

in Greece and telf-exiled to ,

WHAT IS OOD VON CLAY COUNTY IS GOOD POt fee COIICINT. Spain and told him how much. ; OHEEN cove srmxcs, FLOHIDA.I

DUNCAN COLDTHWAITC CRONtR_.CDITOI AND PUIII4NU American and especially ,St. ,r,_ .
Johnslan art him Or -.--== -
TWPIIONI Gel 184-314H -. IBM
a s to Pablo Picasso, an avowed
V. S p .. -.fvausHee [nay THUKIOAT B* CmciNT '1111. INC. him what a debt St. AugusUn ,
P, 4). SOX 174 GlttN COVf ....,..n. FLORID I .
artists owe him ... theme| gal-
.'I t6w 1i0', P. COOPER _, "PHISIMNTsuMonniON .' lerles overflowing with .cubist '

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- Shades: Defy'; Wrinkles, Dirt 'I'Contesfanfs 'Invited C tccDax1cycdding told FOOTNOTES I Green Cove :Socials i J

For Family tJju4ft Mrs Marshall Cooper and Icy (Jean Car swell), of Lake
Frolics.. - her' twin children Mlles and City announce the birth of a
z br 1'111 Monist I Marsha returned to Green daughter Beverly Anne at a

-F- I t Cove last Thursday, accompanied 'Jacksonville Hospital on July
Beauty Pageant Sept. 6 The pre-wedding an the '
aNn a most beetle for the bride-to-be. ,by her son, Robin who 18.
o. Just as important and demand. has completed his second format
The 4th annual Green Cow Young ladles between the Jog as the endless decisions to beloads Church Farm School Paoli Mrs
Ralph Mllberger Is attending
I about' the wedding itself, .,
Springs Family Frolics' will be ages of IS and 18 who are interested tire plans for decorating her first Pa., and who joined th.nat the national convention
held on Labor Day, September In becoming a contestant Dome I the end of his school term. of the American Business ..
91i1 6, at the Spring Park. One j should call George Tur Like most June brides turned While away they visited friend and Professional Women now :
of the highlights of the day ner at 284-3969 in the evening July homemaker. she will probably and toured Washington WI\). underway in Washington During
continue working to sharein
will be the Miss Family Frolics and on weekends or Mrs. Jack the expenses of buying furniture. 1Jam burl and other points of her sbience next week the I.
Beauty Pageant MUs Saam at 284-9370 during th Today' bride wants the j' Interest I County Selective a nice office
Cheryl Campbell will be there d day. Contestants will be Judged -, vet J best her budget allows but she will be open only on 'Tuesdayand
1"aRHa I also allies the .
: importance ofchoosing .
to crown this year's winner j Mrs Anne Stripling lahlt
sot by swim suit competition, I furnfebintethat will ho'P537 ThursdayMrs. "
poise and personality\ All in trig her family In Montgomery
entries J to care>f or her limited ,
will receive a nice gift. time and experience aa a home- Ala, for several weeks t
A B Hold baa her
\lS TIXG PARENTS IN GCS maker. I II I as +
: Cant der I I Modern science has helped tuents this week Mr. and Mn.Henry ri
Robert van Maaten, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Umen. I
r } p. solve her dilemma with.! i
doers Love and their
CSN son of the Rev. and Mrs FOOD FOR THOVGHT ', and finishes that Jr., and their children'ndlnr .
a C. 3-$:van der Maaten has justreturned Lost acres of woodland or sprays protect and prolong the life / the week: at Vllano t.r. MIMI Barbara. Love of St. t
from two-year tour wet land may provide a great furnishings. Bench. Petrftbuig.Dancing !
i for . i I Curtain upholstery and. drapery
of duty in Japan. spot hunting if the -
e atgtiq" Ma ,y snd fabrics that are made entirely 1
) Mrs. R. van der Maaten and proper conservation practicesare I Mr Robert or fortified In part with Mr. and Mrs James CrawIH'ICK .
his ;three children are visiting followed. Allen L. Lastln- Carter ol Green Cove, announce |'I man-made fibers ',.,t a longer :, ----
his parents and his two sisters, gee mill advise you about the the marriage of their lease on life with protective stain S MH: IPI : Classes ';,'
Mi, planting of certain daughter' Alice ELaine, to finishes to shed dust and dirt. i
Ruth der Msaten and grasseito
Floor coverings, the largest I I Iarea Buick dealers In the Jack.
Harold Edwin: Ba.Uy, Jr. In 1
attract, almost
Url Roberta Bowman in GreenCock. every variety
and therefore the first to sonvlllo tone delivered l,3U will 'b' resumed
He will report for dutyin of game.. KJngnliind CU, on April 17. consider in furnishing come under n.
j1 the I I; cars tno Jun v a ,:20.8 per cuitliuriaie In Greta,Cove. Jiprlngs .
influence' with
.. San Diego.. Planting material has been The bride, who was1 graduated 11"-ftI. < ;j
lust W E.
carpeting made of such fibers as year on Friday Sept 3
F (tea time,'fiber (lass'will\ be used.; in decorative textured Captain van de Maaten pas[ purchased by. the following this year al Clay lllib. llerculon olefin The moisture rialu-rty, Jr.., zone manager
w indohe shades that are dirt and wrinkle! resistant, noa-curling the staff supply officer for cooperators of the Clay Soli was Homecoming Quern at and djet.resktanenmakes ..UxeessleMo reporfcd this week. "
sag sad slretch-preof, and wipe cleaa with a damp cloth. According Commander, Service Group III. Conservation District to pro- ': the school last fall. She know I fcvM' keet clean sire i I I I I Zone lalos :alnce Jan.1' tot New ,anlslng; clasiieepy I

lo Anne Cain born. sink consultant far the fiber glass aboard the'Flaashlp., U.88AJax I tide food for different peclos employed at Irvlng's | l in casual pastolitoUrs tweeds more pmctical formal - tsl 8,485 units, 1.8 !per Cepta.' .age and ;esprrlenee.! \\
division of,Pittsburgh Plate Clan Company, tilt new shades homrportrd In Sanebo, Of wildlife* Jennings\ Marrhee, Department Store. swirls and crgtls\ or go- bovs the same six.month port" '
coMftwe faehMa. ,with practicably In Interesting weaves and Japan As such he was. responsible R. ,D. Sttwling, Jqe: Cooper, The bridegroom son of Mr. With-enrr.thlnct livp pile to give od| of last year, he added I parents (are ,Jntlted' ti
colors to dress up windows. Backed with a durable vinyl coating, for the logistic supportof George Carlisle Q, I. Roberts, I II ,and Mrs, Harold E. Baslry, I I tie bride's first I, call and enroll their children -

terest.they have a'tnnalucent'quslity that builds In dimensional In- the Seventh Flea and directed .I John H. Pacer, Jr, R. ,M. Wat- attended flay. lll.h and U I room Stains decorating"d spills,plan.on Hsrculontin j before September t
They available
are In
scalloped straight overlapped '
hem.. Here the shade (helms with decorative or floral. the operat'ion of approximately I i kins, J. O JJroDr.. W; A niw' In business with hU ; be eattliy lotto| up ..) then I w
op printed N '
fiber glass draperies and ..valance a window combination that 35 ships Including oilers Mulford, t. L. \\'Williamson,.'J. father sponged sw'(ai''with a tl t.rgentsnd TRYA'SMAUiAD\ Il I '\IP
''P. ....,.... water solution. IPTM'BACi'ALEY'
uarsateca fUr care forth, .komemaker..SMITH'S ammunition ships refrigerationMDs9enerit"technlrs7 Hall. Jr., Rhoda Williams Mr and .M. J Equally stainand spill-proof
.:.*!."t Jack- Wllklnsonx and.;*sU. U.Brtnson. .t making their home at Its are modern lacquer fin

tl......n. stores.- and repair- ships- I 0.11 trM&." ". UHM traditional on furniture catalysed rle'L.l\O"-ql.l.' \! thir" give queL the4 \\\F\ : O R"" r : V.\\ p n2i)i .&j1 l :

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GCS Little League Cl The bride who shops now for
amp: -- -t t !furnitufo deal for.easy late Instructor'Ev.171
: PLUMBING WELDING SHOP I '/Is etonohilslng TTo the day a few I Storkion lot:
'' years away when she moves from BIG RESULTS -
her r 'lIapartm.nt1nto a large Jacksonville",) Fps< '.
t'' 'IIIBCRMA ROUTE. v... 17. NORTH t1 twin apd discovers her furnish
jj rage/ate still bright and new I

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BONELESS RIB-KYJ3 STEAK . U. S. !'!!ooo... If your engine i is flooding
Just bring your car to us
CHOICE[ T-BONE. . SEA FOOD PLATTER] for engine tune-up. You'11




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NOW Needs . Call j I Junction Dwr I** 11

AVAILABLE , W, TilE CRESCENT J!L-I I II I Green Cove Strings!



ALSO Serving Fresh Catfish with Ilunhpupples



RALPH and ROUENA TARBRAT. Owners Hilda T. Nelh. Realtor :
.' ." A Favorable Waltrern's "Werlhmore"MINERAL
Bay St. at U. S. 17. South Green Cave Sprint

River View RestaurantOverlooking Phone 184-3681 Day or NIblWe "Industrial REFLECTING Climate"INTEREST ANDs ". OIL. E E PINTS 49e

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f I :. )1 f:!\ ,. ,. FRI. SUN.a when Urea of be fiUa aU the your world prft. I CASE $5.59

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t TRADEi Five FOR SALE) Good upright pisno TO W \KW AI..I.1'I'Oil AOTICH OPOH Arr1.lC.iTloN

room frame bonne on half and bench In food con FIll.. IIKtM \llt.K "' TIK UkKU. l'r.uanl to the provisions of See 137.11 Florid Statute Act
acre lot In n*: palate;: of .*.. IM.I*. r... of lm aa irn.iitlo.1 liy Mw. a of Chapter SJH39 law of Florida,
miles west of dition. Ideal for child prattle- Ibis! H. HKLUTO NOTICE IS HEREBY!: GIVEN! Act of lull Nolle. In hereby riven that a pulilla harln.hall b*
GCS about 95% completed. ins music $60.00. Call I84-9J39 >.ALL"HOW thai Alamci M. Len the htlder l hold. by ih* Board: of I'ubllo Instruction of Clay County, florid.
House IT MAY CON. of the following; a.rtlfloat baa <>n Thursday, July I* 1)01 m Ih. hour rt .:ot> AM. In lbs lioard
Is almost new Will sell or can be seen at ass North CEltS: tiled said ortiiloatea for .> tax M.MIn Coon In preen Cow g rlnxi.. Florida, for the purpose of
on terms and help get finano- Magnolia 7 tt Nolle la hrhy given that dd to b* l Iuu.d tn.r.un. The dl.i-UMl.nir: with: the clllieni of Clay; County the propon.d school'
-Up I have flN-d my final report" a. crtlflcat nuiub.r. and year of butltttl it mid oiiunty fur th* flaml; year beKlnnlnir I July 1. 1)10,
Ing or will trade for propertyor AdmlnlitmtrU of the .,,'''If of l.auanc the d.'rlplloll of the and nillnit June >u, !..., whkh budget I. lummarU.d as follow!
In FOR SALE: 1960 Volkswagen Iris K. II.II. dca.d,' that 1 property and the samba In which'
.vvvppp w arrears Alachua County have filed for final .. Fart 1. Budget for
Beat VW In my petition It wa a *atd ar* .. tollowi OperaOn Fund
It Interested call Gainesville town. Drive It and dUiham and that I111 applyto Cvrtlfkat No 141
see $695. Phone t8t-997. the Han, Thorn. J. RIv.,., Year of l.iuanc June t, A.D. MM linn ll A.*..."'>.nli and Tax t.vle
FB t S2S1 after 7 p.m. Cuunty JudK of Clay' County, lollDescription 1. (1) '.tlmat.d' ....,.d value of non-.i.mpt
7-I-Jte 7-M-ltp Florid, en the Seth day of rf Prop.rtyt ,, . . properly$1lTO,5u4.i0.:
Au.u.t 1)11 for approval of the l.ot. ID || loda-wood ni- t Tax levies on non-*** >t pwp.rly.tThla .
FOR SALE) 1960 S-bedroom acme and for flnsl'dl.ehsrgla. . \Ulon Kwilon U. Orange budget I.! |>ri>piiri>d wlthnul certified aum.ied valuationof
FOB SALE or RENTS In Penney A"mlnl"lrotrlt "t 'h. estate :' mobile home 1795J $115 down Iris It KIU. ra.d. Name In which ........4: (sty. The mllUir I ft 10 county and U dl.lrkt. hoe bosh ap
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CLASSIFIED : Two bedroom house, and 155 month Call 284-S151. ofT Mnd day *f July Intl. H U 110)I., llvlr. tu an MtlmaKd *m*.. d valuation. 1 In ermine. al r*>*.I lpt* for local
ADVERTISING RATES famished. Lot IS' front by ISO' Wary lanrnh.r.l.Adulnlelralrlz. All of said property being In tax., account number lilt.tI II. Any additional pro
"..11&0TIPPERWABEI of the ee- the County of Clay, But of diuil by :th* final verllfled a .eiiii. d Taluatlrn! will ha used forth
POINT TYPE: (This size deep East side golf course. tall nf Irl* It. Hell des Flrrlda.. lmplmnlatlon of th" quality .duration. program up tomnxlmuni a
Garage, Elwood ceased LTnl*.. ouch crtlflnat or crtlf- of ua.oIl8.OD. Mlllaa will h* reduced accordingly
) First insertion up CARD OF THANKS and Johnson GCS ) For special T-ti-ltlhw (! shall b* redeemed aooord'nir hould l the final valuation pro dam. more lor Hi. revenue than
30 words for $1.50 all Phone 181-0982 Residence SOS party planning: sales or des to law the property .> 1711000 computed at .*. of ...*...d valuation when applied
IN MEMORIAM: Up to SO South IEnll. NO'rut) In such rertirkal will b* cold tr to mllla. The Hu.ln.t I I. ales prepared without rwelpta and (
18 30 at Sc per word. Ad I Magnolia, GCS. (Opposite moiutratlons. call Jean and Notice In hereby *lv.n that Ih. to the highest blddr at the eipendltiir for fond ..nh.*. to b* furnlnh.d by the State
consecutive Inser words for $1.50, all over 30 Tarn Mill). S-10-tfe Ralph Jones GCS IS4-J8JJ. Clay County Konlna (>>mml""li n court house ilror on the flr.t l'.parlment of Kduoatlon: )
will bolt a Put.Uo Hearing on Monday In August IM.. which
minimum of $120; all at Sc per word. '7-M-lt Thurcdar, Aua-u.t I. "16, at I. the led duy of Augu.t. l''5I nummary: llci-apltulatlun (All ItuiluetoTax .
... >atd this l..vl*. Olhr Source* Total
30 words at 4o per Owner has lots near Chas. E.Bennett no c-lcM-k p.m. In the Aa IMh day of June.
FOR RENT\ lily Hmim of the Clay County ISet.
word. School, high dry. t'nI'rt UUII". Ann IIr.." ('live I Operating" lluda, 1103.110 no II,Til,III n* ||.|JIT510'
II l>eht Mervli. ion nit, (imiiiii
Kprlniia r'loilda$ fir the
LEGAL ADVERTISING: Small down and monthly payment FOR RENT Two-bedroom and nf besting oMeit'nn! purpose f any, Clerk cf Clnult: Court of III Capital) Improvement ton ll, IM.IXIVCuntrailid ...

11 POINT TYPE : First Insertion $1.40 no Inlereat. (Surveyed) bath Urge mobile home completely to I.mine a permit to enaiplv; Clay County Klorlda.I Program 000 '.00 /e/,
per with 8ei-llnn I, and Mention S, Ise, ii. II. II-pll.
..5.... ap. Dial 281-1104 after Tata) (101,110 Illljt.lllOO It.141.141PAHT ...
(This size type) First Inch; each additional Insertion furnlahed. At Ona,. Pxraiimnh ill or Artie'I. \VI.

S P.M. for particular 7-SMtc of the Clny C..llntZu"ln.. Hi-..
insertion to 30 dale Beauty Parlour acroia ulatluna' namely the fcl- ix THE nnn-iT COURT or 1 >pi>rallnir tlinUetlleilpti
up $ .80 Inch
per ; or as
Shand. CLAY COUNTY ri.OHIIIA A Balances
Brld..1 mile north. Inning de.crlnetl property. for a0ev
words for $3.00, all over required by SUtut FOR SALE Dining table, six Xurneryi In .CHANCERY
F.d.rsl Suurel.
monthly. 7.52-lle I.VT: -h '
30 at tOe per word. Ad. chairs and a hatch with buf l.nt H-lnlr' 4, 11/11.Illock 4, full No. I, CIIAIU/OTTh! HKWITT Arch N.u. 118.11 U . . . . .. . . .. . . . . ..

ditional consecutive insertions (et. Maple.. Original coat $100. FOR RENTl One and two bedroom -Itiirna All hv In Interest. and. Plaintiff".. III"t Arrt Mrur"r.N1a:; 1101-1117 .. . . .. . .. .. . . . . 1IU.4I700
a n nppnrtunIIT
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minimum of READING NOTICES: Per Priced to move at IISO. Also furnlnhod apartment to Ii. heard at inld tint and NHNKNr Defendant c. HEWITT In 1. |lAril"Nol.!: IINMITO , . . . ., . . . . '05.IIG.1I
lights and water Included. nl use.Clue .
belie and floral 411 Halern'ea
$2.40 ; all over 30 wordsat line 29c.DEADLINE. wool rur. Call Ferris Street Can County rmlnn Comml.nlon NOTIfn or stir I Ant: Nna, 1110-174 . . . . . . . .u. .. .. . . III.IHSS.
GC8I1tIU'n.uo or lly IC. 'tr..1| TUB STATa ur rLOniDA-T*

Sc per word. SS4-I7M night '.'.11, Chairman KUNICMT: c). 1111:W 11"t', Jib Total. llaUnre. 11,111,711
7.11lllijlr jam ith Street Apt., 4
SINGER ID AL-0-MATIC SewIng \Mihlla Falls T.ia. fart t Appropriation
sags sews an
Apt 10 ('u ivi .ITI, "IU" that a lull haa been fll.d Adinlnl.lratliin
Weal Street Phono
column Inch. $140. No discounts. preceding publication date buttons, makes buttonholes. In CHANCBHT against you In the above *n- AI-I-I.: No., inll.toio . . . . . . ... . .. .. . . .1 IIIIIOO
ace SS4-I1U. tie N.. IIa.Ta.V titled cam and you are h.r.hy Area" AdmlnlntratlnnAcrl.
of Thursday. all fancy dealgas.. Sold JOHN H. JONES required to serve upon plalntirr.. Nos: : Illn-1110: . .. .. . . . .. . ... . .. . *.*.

. . . . ., . . . . . . . . . . new far aver f IN. Pay off bale FOR RENTl 3 l''I''lIff' attorney _h... name and .dd.... 1".t curl Ian
. . furnished
-A.-A..LLtJ..L. . . .... -room ,. . . . . ,
> TT _ . .TTT.... y. appear hereon your wrltt.n d ArrNas IIU-II10 . . . . .. . 1.0..0.
'I anco af $42.40 or aasnme man cottage aa river. For lalormatlaa Llll'llIlt[ a JONES r.".... If any, to the bill of eom' Operation rr I'lanl .
DR SALE ,Three bedroom FOR SALE bedroom brick thly payments af .,.... Will phono IS4SJ74.lltf, ftndant plaint I. ...hl suit copy ot which Ai-rt N"a. IllO-tllO . . . . ,. .. .u..... . . . M Koiun or si IT Ii delivered to you h.rewlth, ea nf Plant
with carport floor for bo... on S lots M' 1M' each. take alder machine as part Till!: STATE OV II'LOltlUO\-Tol or before Auiu.t I Au H. IMt, AI-II NO*. I4io.4io . . . . ... .. .i', It.. . ii.oonos
conditioner Ins Within city Units N. St. FOR RENT S-bedroom UU'IHK H. JO.NKM Il.rln fail not or decree prec.nfsne Auxiliary rirvlti>*
and air CaU bo..
o on Credit Man Unknown will h. nt.rd asalnityou Acct. No.. IJU-lUn . .. . . . .. ... ., .. .. . 10470004 f"ACCI
dtel. Good location. AH Cy Johns Arena Will sell fun pro, COLLECT: Jstkaonrille 175 Bayard Street. CaU Marvin YOU Anu HKItElir NOTI- for thi relief prayed In the . .,...
nisbod FIFO that a nut hai ....R flied Nos .....IUO . . . . . .. ,. . . . . .on8't
De Mla,. Corner of Idle or unfurnished For I.1. Information 1S1-1M4, night or day. WW Taylor VA 4-1441, ar VA 4 "..In.t you In Ih* above entItled Il'NT. lM':: Or I PAID OUST Cummunlty .li'r.

end Highland A.*.... phone U411M ar deliver, aa obligation. 1117 St. Augustine 7-S-U rau.. and you ar hereby required DKIMI: FOR D1VOHCK. Awl. Nil' *.r\ITIO-I7IA . . . . . . .. .... . . . 5,10ll.mlllance.
to *.rv* upon plantufa WITNESS: my hand and the in oih.r I'nuntleiArrt. I
214.3411. 7-lJ-tf tuft nil 7lHlpUYER'S attorn.y who** name and ad. seal III .Id Court .1 Green Cove Nn*. IfllO.JAlO , . . .. . . . . . . . 11.1011 t
dress snores bean writ* rlnrlda' thi* Slh day ot Oulmilna' Tr.n.rer.
; HELP WANTED len d.fene.s 11 any, four bill. Springs:: l>. I HI. Arrl. No. ll 0 . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . JtltMO-
of complaint la laid .ulu eopy '
WAXTKDj: Store 01 whkh I. delivered to you tHKAl.toKonon t., Tntal Apprnprlallrni T.n.f... II 111 III oe
maiia- hrrewlth 0" or b." PI Auau.l Clerk rireult Court
t traiiiH Malo I I*. A. It, 1MI. ray Vivian II. Mnhm lle.crv I" .. .
GUIDEPIANOS KIT high Herein fall not or dH'.. pro fenuttr ('l.r*. Arch Ni.a: : i:1U1: . . . . . . . . . . . './ ."
KcluMtl! grade over ''I. .\JI .01\1.... will l>. ntrd avalnit JKN'S'IMIH NORTON
vou for III* rllf prayed In Ihs Atlnrney fop Plaintiff Totil Apprnprlatlun A Tran.fcr. $101,1111
ply JnckMou Minit Mar. bill of "",Ir..,,
TUB NAT I HRt'or RAID SUIT I'. O. Mn. 171llreen r"ll II \Whl a.ty.....
BEVERAGES kot, IC'S, 11 n.m. Kri.lny. 1IKIMJ Ki'U Plvorr.. Coy Hprlnsi, FlorMn.M 11..11' Tuna'.,., "I.n". ,
CONDITIONING \MTNFH$ my hand and. lbs T,'.Up
7-22-111>> seal of Mid Court at omen 111.1. Nmrcea I
Cove Sprlni rinrlda. thl. Arch Nno' . 1101/.1$01,11, . . . +. . . . . .. . MIO..S
MILBERGER I Tih day of July, A.I l). IMI.RRAL TIIM COURT or TIIH C'01'1II. Incoming Tran.fcr.Anh .
PAUL'SAll QUALITY PIANOS BABY SITTING I Esptrieneed: I ( ) Tr Jl DUD. ('C."" << 01)NTTn ) No 1'\10 .55,71500Total
. OM'". I. CAnut.R. .OH III A. 11 rHOBATB.McnniDE.
and reliable' Have baby alltinf Clerk Circuit Court I" en' lt.tuts tf H. .lpH A TransferseTIL0.
O. Display card. Will work all hours. nil
Iwfiitv Clerk Uec*u.d. lUUno.) of ll..lnnlp. oJ Tsar .. ".IU."
1 .Legal Beferafes_ Sales Servleo Cypreas Street, telephone'' t84.. It. It. IIKOWN TU AI.i. cntcruTona: AND rEnt IODOl.oe
SERVICES 9105.,7-isa/p Attorney for Plaintiff IONS HAVlNd CLAIMS OR Tulois l norelpli'transarh.ltineee '
A>*i EAST TERMS Tranafr' A Dlanr.
Law rirhane" riM(. KMTATKl: Apprrprlallon.
Open IA.U.tolA.Il. HART FfRNITl'RC: CO. WANTED: Waitress, apply laprnon Jarhaonvlll. Florida You and nab of you are hire
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sad _.n4laa gent.. ft Walnut 81Fbom XI4-MII) at Frank's Truck Stop _._ T-II-4IP i.nt br ntill.d any ililmi and, required and ..I....pre.4.. .. Arch. lN' .... 1011.1910. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 00,11110

S 8. Palmetto Street Dahl County Uao Green COTO Sprinf. Fla. Highway 17 S miles' south .f CHURCH NOTICES "hh.u: or either of you; H..rY'A.'ch a Nil"U.lo".........0 . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 10,11111
against Ih .tati
Green C.... ,..IS.tI.A'O may 0Told
Horn Phone SI4S7SSSI4SSI1 North of Orange Park ('hurl. Iliilmrl Mi Hrlile, d....... Approprlalli.ii. Tr.naf.r |11..1.0. U..,.*...,
Bndne.l Phone 'REAL ESTATE CIIRHTIAV SCIENCE: : ed. Ut* of Mid' County, In the
CALUVGl Pleasant. IVunly Judge of .
Clay NuntyKU "'.'111' III Capital Improvement
way to ears .. a aelghborhoodrepreaeiiUtlve SOCIETY . at his offlr In lbs enurhim. Tr.n.t.r. lulanc.
BOATS .* of laid County, al ()r.i
TWIN REALTY for Avon pro- 'or. E. Houilon SI. .A Cone tlprln,.. Florida, within a fill. I'I.'hll.t, tn (Cnuntl.

APPLIANCE dart Openings for capable N. Magnolia Ave ell eal.nilar month from thi Ill Ant Nil U'iMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . | slssa
TV J/i/ta lime of the first pul.llcailoa ofIhl .
T. 'on.trll"I1
INLET MARINAand Veils mature wenten. Avon halos GREEN COVE SPRINGS entice, Two' eopl.i of ..* arhuul Arch I 1'01.' .. It". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17014510
SERVICE Realtor yea U creed. Write MM. livid FLORIDA el wrlllnaand. .lm or demand shall, shill Hal. b* the I* Int'oiuliiM Tran.fer . . . . . " . . . . liLf'lI?

We Repair AD Brands Boatyard 4 UNTALtt SALES Sweat Boa Sit, Live Oak lily IS. I'IS Mere of ,..Id.".* and poet office T. t.1* A TransfersS111.00
adds.. ., Iho .1"lmo"t. and
Servicing Clay County ft ACREAGE ft LOTS his 7-M-ll(* leMoilTRITII" hall b* seer to by th. elalm ruml" 11.1.nn July I, IMI . . . . .. . ... .II . . . 'I..,....**
Far Rliteen Tears MERCURYSALES ant a nt or allorn.y and "'"
X41I54SIFULLERTON'S JI SERVICE BetldenUaJ Coausanlaltadastrlal SALKS: WOItK }:lcel. ;'m := .. liy a fllln: f>. al Tinsel A'allal.>l* for Appropriation. 'iiiT.M
grange Park Ph. ) ono dollar and, ..."h claim. or doe
BOATS-MOTORS-TRAILERS lent ojijwrtunit/ semi A cordial Invitation Ued tlla'. ntanil not ... .hull h* \On'" Appropriation' Tran.f.r A ll.lanr.i
Servtac Oroatet Clay O mt/ /Ktlell., K Millrld* hy KOAA
i U attend oar ."..... admlnlnlr.tnr nf Iha r .
Wet Dry fttersfoMarine Notary FaMUFOONC f.tirt'll mall or woman to tat** nf Chart. lloharl Mi'llrlda* 111.A."' Nil. . .. . . . ' .0 01/04/0

An. Ways call on buMi'tirM houses in "....'.. llulhlina! A A4.IIIlol.a.
S4 N. Orange FlrM l'uloll..I1" 1-It. Mil Aryl.. Nil, Ml ... . . . ..1t,11t'1tlI.noI.II.

.I'fl'n ('.Ye I.... 2S4-4 44ID (73. IIIGHWAT IT SOUTH ornel.t..1 Clay County area KIHII: | 1.u.H. ..r . 11,111/1
ArchOriginal No, MM . . . . . .. .. . .u.
Park Fbono S.4-MIS Oraag. Ar. /. al Bay SLOrooa ell plus liberal commisions. ? All Equip.:
Grant FARM 1 1UhrAr'j
ON1TN0 LOANS 11 TIIM 101*,TV Jl IMIK'S: A.rt. N... I'" . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . 11.001 eA
Omo SartaomiOLSTERT Must have Full Mil NT II ANO roHCI.AV n., 1'"lIlpm.1:
ear 1t."lo..m.nt
INSURANCE ( 01 "TV, "'.IU""*. .. $055 . . .. . . . . . .. . ... .. . . 1.10011I
or iwrt-limo work. Inter. on in 111 ..... Neloling $" *"
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ACCOUNTINGAND TIMBERDAIRT ciiAiiurrr. *i. MUiiuiori. .u" . .. !'V'.. . . . . . . I I' /n1 **
e tiiiR sales service work. .. ... Audlu Visual "' ...rl.l.
1.* **
FRANK mono A TO Z UPHOLSTERY Write fully, to "Snlcs" t/ FARMS lurr.* ( TO IMKIIITONS Aeel. 1'1I"' ..'Ate . .o. . . . . . .. .'. . . .. . . ' ', .

TAX SEKVICK. All creditors of lbs K.ial.: of Total Approprlalloai $044.010 AAOulgIng
".(). flux 57H. (ICS tIc RANOCESPARTTIME Ch.rloti I. M, .*****.
Owner lit Magnolia A_.. egWndIa
Lisle Kenney, Special AgentMeejM A ate k.riky edified sad r Trail.f.r

| N. Orange Avt. Oreen CovtTel Greest Cove Springs file any rlalm vr d.manilawhhh A.rl ..... II** . . .. . .. . .. . . . . .. .. . . IS ISIS*
| wMh heolos.a PERSONALl A geallrmanwoald GENERAL: FARMS th.y slay have
W44711ll'ersonalizwl ...... 1141714FURNITURE Ilk witha ..I.I* I I.. the cfflo *f la* TeUl Approprlallon/ Tr.", '." IMMilSSnemilalna
la rornapoad
c_..... Insurance tfttnre nunly Judge *f Clay Ceunly,
Services lady aad meet her Ja"" 4$ Lone Terms . no riorlda, la Id* ."*,th.u.. al / lUlanrai
LIFE: FIRE AUTO Ocean Cove '.prierYlufld.., A.. .. No *4" . . . , . . . . . . .. /1.0
InAccounting HOMEOWNERSit : : CANVAS WORK t. 55 year of ate I have a penalty on propaymentFEDERAL witkla ill. ul.."., monlfci' rein -- '
&; Tax BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS good 1 laeom* and would Ba* hoe dale of lbs. fins uMlealloai Told .Mt4lllI'AIlT ..
MORTGAGE LOANS LAND\ .f ihi'* noik.. Kirk. claim *r 4mand .-
Returns SLIPCOVERS MADE eoaspaaloa U t* out with oa run.I k* In ceiling: sad IV Contract1 rrosramNc
mess *lal* Ihs kla'. d.n.a
rwBu "New Furniture aaWtays. say Ih* beach and of Galaeeiin and iM.iirfflr 44rm of Ihs Hedges al Ihl llm.
!'lno( s Firms &; Fbeaet Groan Cove tS4-U4l 4fcr place ski would Ilk. eel mesh k* seers I* .
with the Old Comfort. by the elalmalt, kl* snl, *eki |>rMl* sad fund will he Isle buds.l .* aperevil I Is
Individuals JsckaoavUls SU-SMS C A. 10 ... After we get' to .... 4111 '.W. lltk Slroet alterney, *r II will k*eame ....11... from the Yed.ral ..Jirauakt.. .
RTMXEL M M r....*..". ('salrm.nlInerd
each other It be tot H4-I4M VM ** *' le law Aimed
mar more Fkoo 1
J... IS 1015 at fiikli. li eirurllAllMl ..
a..... Coed rwn .re MILK DFCIVtRT Writ P. O. Bet '71. Green Walls Mao Mhlkf.rrirnine ,'Icy .\wnlr Florida
lit ,". ....1..* cf J.... ... Jr. S....'111.*......| A S..f.lary
Doll Cove Spring 7.35-Itp ..TFs.a..
Take Less C.I. ". I. M.klkof.r, Nnard 1..IP..rtl.
PAIIEY'SFLORIDA; ..... 'tllI" riurM.
Whoa Tou Can Oe'I'be Booth, 1- Ltn.rwl flap ( '

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S E. Palmer SU Tri. _-11II DMrikater IdfawHd aad.MTrot Sla. MADAM ROBERTS'

au.- e S. Ornate AVWSMT Grvea COTO Spetef*

i SS4-SS44 All Jersey MilkFee Fa..o U4UMCPHOLSTERT

Ueea.ed Pales Reader
>ran'!( Park

BUadlac lead Tot I44-4W1
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. . Xlta Estelle Shepard, 93 years
(Editor' NoUt The follow- st Urt-'tiJrJcesslni. A'thhq:1;2ddknow eiuere'a rut4kd "oliVof'Tad I Soij gives you a funny feeling' to Id, who died last Thursday athe Reporter* MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone K -*Wfhi .

ng llnea, art. excerpted from Is net to take the wrong Nljvji for an operation They see I a plant going down In Mary Olin Clinic, Memorial forthe
{' furlough in and Mr*. Schrlvesbrother
preacner Penn; Just completed a family,
letters written by Airman lint bus from ball. X'uddy lome Community were held
chow must have won a pretty goodj flames and :you know men aw ,
10 this the Hadleys are at Orangtvlll. Their
Memorial Church country
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Class Robert S. Beetman, I met on'the plane from Clark victory: because: they cam 4 back; seconds away from dying < i the Penney Memorial Churchn. ney if
th the Friend Hospital daughter teacher of Air Forte
service on Sunday will be returning to a
now stationed seer!! Saigon, to and X were trying to gt back about 4:30 this afternoon, July 8:."1 only have to work ,> Sunday.. : .
: Howard Dr. Germany
Rev. Dr. Oeorge P In Kissumu where children, of Bernstein
tats wife Mrs: Jeanne Moon to c uj tent but we 80.{ on the laughing{ shouting at *verr. half day on Sundays but none A resident of MHC since 1938, physician them too.
Tomorrow morning, Friday, Hadley U a practicing: was with ,
Beckman, ,Who ti living with wrong I bin i tad, ended up .in One a* U,:th<4r team'beatjNotreDame the lest I still cant sleep late she wu the widow of the Rev (
Airman Beckma l', parents,n downtown' BeJgon So'we' '' lust }n football 7li4 ihli jhami on Sunday morning like I want Alven D. Shepard who 'died'in Intercessory prayer meet. and surgeon. Karen Klscr had it
Ing will be held In the lecture Mrs.
Green COT daring his tour of stayed'oai: J und got,J''a "Cook'sTour. pipnshlp,;t Oh .well, this way the time 1947.. She was born In Pike..
eveness. The depict room; at 8:30: o'clock, The Paul ,Johnaons write hour between trains In Kansas!
duty letter peilevj will much' quicker. 'Th New and active in
Juno S.,"I seriously pass York was
homesickaess .ani death ,It s not too bad for a city In liit\ B She in from Bay View, Mich., about City, on her way to Topeka
Tan Son Nhut will be byiome -5I's hit Zone D again What many actlvttiei. aang Mrs
and and able to rtaetOeol'l'
and something of the atmosphere Aim. there Memorlai The Rev: Harvey' their arrival there after a 2SOO Kansas was
bljcltles as the VC's (Viet Cong) | damage they did has not been the. Penney Church I K. of Mr.
of Saigon. The Crescent ark in all : but there time during uus rainy a .son! released as of yet I just hope choir for 19 years and served Travis have with them' their mile trip.Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Myers son D. Myen.
takes this opportunity to ex-; are also some beautiful homes." Four days ago 4 mortar .m. It did more damage than the ss planUt at the Intercessory daughter Mrs: Charles Max
preM Its gratitude to Mr. fpril 26: ':Yesterday I went' placements wire dlscove ed last attack..The primary mission prayer meetings. for many well and their three granddaughter and Mrs B:C. Hillyer of Mrs, Klser learned that 0e01'laand

Beekman for making then do"nfo with a . few 100 :yard* from] the base! of 'those attacks is psychologies years Sarah, Nelontlne, Wesley Manor called on the his family are building a

letters available at oar specific wej about two thus at And every night the] UJ ArT !. Th Reds In Hanoi Her two daughters, Eva and and Martha Maxwell all of ReV and Mr, D. L. Snyder new home close to and where her
is arranged
request) the, coo ndjthen' went to Sal. my ls shelling VO pmltion* I and 'Peking .will think twice Natalie, attended the service Algonquin HI.' They are staying last week. They have recentlyleft nephew living
March 31: "Whew I It Is n'a twin tlty. Cho-Lon. Its near the ,base Last', nl ht before trying anything (I hope) i Burial was In the'family'plot In the Bonltt apartment fora Eustls.: Fla, to make their for them to meet each other\ ;.I)j
hot. I Clark AFB ;i(ManUa actual11'n'. Chinatown. I weeks and tak home at Wesley Manor,
lefj. could bear.rifle fir* and,auto* '"Honey, I' think'' you cat in Pike. couple are ,.
) tltis morning and arrived We atia' a Chinese restaurantand m.tlo weapons firing ,along. solve the problem of Terl's not Helm1 Funeral Home. wa. in ing short tripe to points of Interest -" DANCING EVERY ,FRIDAY

here at Tan Son Nhut &1. got stuffed to.the gills. I with artillery', ..< i eating Jello and pudding by charge of arrangements. around the state The' Rev. and Mr*. C F. Music l by. the "FabulousOrrmllns
gon) at 8:30. Right now I'm learned fo .use chopiticks.,ia. : sitting down In front Of hf>rand Schrtver* i returned n6me hut will be offered fbr
Ju1n,!rnEnbir i Tn '
lying on my bed in a tent with reaBy'not tod hard: The thrHof heard of the. eating lOin,. Be sure t$ Dr, and Mrs David E. Hadley Thursday,after a month visIt .' dancing at Ule'V.F.W''lIa111n'

sweat potorln down me.. it us bad SOUPL eggs ffc-yonjh h<>re at the Nhut.urj'.urj'JOu'ft smack your lips though ... .> Say You R'ad.1t in and 'their son, John of with relatives and friends In Green Cove this Friday" and

'89 far I haven't found qut chicken, fried.\\C.\ 'and" btr. r Yenttaah "IIt Ta4Son'>> "Ill certainly be glad to get Kenya, Africa spent. three days IlllnoU and Wisconsin. Their every Friday evening) VFW.:

what 111 be doing her; Ill The total bill (fbr puoel'wat f::40 ain: ,tv X'Tie\ guy back to your .cooking. They THfr.CRESCENT; fast ....It'at'Ch. home of the headquarters were with :their officials said this week, ''andall'teentgeri'of '

find out tomorrow when I 380 plasters' 'hhlch'L' aboUt Injdred werj to leave o have fairly good meals 'ta the NOW I R. O Swlgsrts Mrs, Iladley son: Pastor of Faith'S. 11. D. tars area aieinvltftd.

$2.75. I don't think you'U beat the 10 o'clock plane , torn chow ball but it's still not like SUBSCRIBE, Is Mrs, Swlgart's niece/Having, Church of Freeport a'nd his .. ,IT

: nywhere(; \ 1 It[ :" are sttft re>In dbpansary" :yours. Bine*.I've been her rye I ' - '
Mara J .i TotnorriwsVtJw t t ., n thq<< t r I , 1 I "' I ,
Jlo M sou injured lost 19 pounds. I !now weigh .
too badty h
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big day.fft rae.. :X|let)Mid Actually i 191. Not only U It the food (or
P TDGE Jtjw lufky break I d f : ?
and IihcW I cost send g'grid the bemb went*off1 when I lack of food, It's alto the heatJuly I'i." .1 : ". r ,, ,.. I/ 'I I ,. ://I, I 1 leI '

sow part of my pay check home. OUL After the' exploited, th 11: -Well, another day I I ''I I Ink I'.I/111 I, DI. i ..In.,1, ft." it I 'rt / MI '.11 .11. . 'lflll.'' I'' I.' l' ''tI "

WELL. DRilliNGCOMPANY Idlike; to see' 'that savings Fan Am' plane was unload' almost gone by..Th* month of .1 tJ 'a. 1.rr./ .i ".n 'I' > ? 1 n '... 'I'I''s: a I'a II':, ''r, ", 'I Q'd: 'I'''' II I I'' I'. I' ''I'J';' :' 1 I' .I'1 d'I"fllt ,

account build 'up to a good amount and two other bombs were dls July Is one third over already : 1) tC :J \ ?"t, > rnl1l'\J a.nervf IJ'! I..r. ..\ lie 1 J' i t"r hll\'IIo"I'," r .' :II

. I was off work today covered, in ,the, baggage On I don'- know',where'ft wen... I I I: ,'tA, ''''slii, ': 11.1' tft !Ill! t ''I'I'9't, ___... _
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but went In for a couple of was timed to explode about thl Im not complaining though I. :. I r.; ,. o\-..44 ..,.)t t').* ,fit' -- --
sr IK*. hours . I was there aboutt time because the quicker (it passes, I' .
the plane was airborneSo htl "IW.'Ili'f1r"' ,I" lo.: r .
&OO Wi mae Marines the IOOner' IU be borne ./4" I i' 'll'I J ,,'
2M 1IoCKeANb RU i the premature explosion I I J .'t I rill t'I 0:0.: 1 ,1' j .. 1 ",. i 1

saved countless U'e.." I 1 I l : fie:'It'll/II> .r Ir t I"i r . .' "

RTtSIAN WlRKpmc OPIYI Wd Soe..dorf June 19. .11'I.
"B-8J's bombed about 28 miles J "ICJ CI" :
sit Specs'-llst TIn: CRESCENT t
fS.wlsgl north af here A friend of mink ' '
BUVJS\ .5AV1NS5 told me what was going to hap>- : \r : I' "HAS THREE AREA CODES 1
PUMPS i . .
I listening for li ._ .
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lilA -WATH? SYSTEMS PONPSTOUNCERVRrTB At 7 am. the bombing started Il \ I I.. 1 I

\ You' could hear it., loud and ."IAlit",
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clear When IU.& ,
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F. H. A. TERMS \\l ; '
MIGHT were lent later Into the (bombed ;, '
\ ) area they didnt find one n, ( r r "Jt""r.' oJ'l: 813 '.
dead VC. They did find two I IA I I
water buffalo munching: grassIn \ and the new one

a blown-up rice paddy. So <.c.l{.. ill Viwr Doctor 01 MedunM. J' .
lit looks as If w* celebrated. the V...i L..I ...01..1 * ,_,.._ ,
I fourth of July a littl early .
Joe k..I., .. ,
c I Ie [ Juno 20: "I thought told '

1389-14381 you what "I\MWir meant POOL CUES i ; I Your new telephone directory has a complete list .
The twimmlng po,1o.n
| Well It means "I wish I were r :

HtUll Of FLA."t NATIONAL horn." And I do wish I wen fbr family a friends war of t hat III* become fox of Florida cities and their Area Code numbers .
WATIH WIll.ASSOCIATION : horn with you and Terl. I will thousands of Fkwila familiet. '.
HYDE be In nine months and one 1 All too often these private pool. .

5960 GROVE AVE e4 awns h.e.+. \ Week"June 251: "Well It looks at If are the long operated absence taken foe of without granted two protections retard at p l ke lie ". .When you dial Long Distance direct in Florida '

... "1I1 '''''III''tln.r ... VUt Nam Is : "
In for
digging by
a ponlt eonilanl tupervitk .JI"check telephone book. Then be to
new sure *M
stepped-up war Last night trained life guards and a aura your

John's Radio &,AT V I General VUt Nam Ky the declared new premierof a stat the lineal*water. check by on public the eonHitio health expert t4' S dial, the' proper Area Code if h"eeded.I., I. .

of war all over Viet Nam ,'. If you have a pool of your
RCA11::- ZENITH Ky Is Jjuit trying to shake up own-or plan one-or If von
Direct Distance is fast. Economical.
swim In a friend pool, here area Dialing '4I. .
a lot of people In Saigon whoseem .
APPLIAXCES few important! Ups to .
: to think the war will I keep In min -e- make them rich" -renre' the pool I or he I clinic ,
Experienced Stnice On All Makes d Models area In which it l If located, see
21: "Well Honey only
And it's Just follow these
lERVIVa CLAY COUNTY OVIR l( TEARS a g'oxl' lock on the (tie. easy. simple steps:
nine more months to And
.. go -I Uf a reichmi r* 1e hand'
-e-e- 111 be glad to see It come to at all lime, a tool| cane pol

24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs an end Night before last a wilt-..In.Xlilce. lure all pool) users 1 1. Dial "1" to connect with the ODD equipment

Phone aB-S12 floating restaurant on the know hay to .. m The Ned
2 Then the Area Code of the city you're calling
I Saigon River wa blown up by Croit and other groups t"n'lurt .

,,,.. VC terrorists As far at I know classes for non,twuninerv, ." ' if different from own.
-:-- your
: II -Get a testing kit and' client
Americans were killed a'long -
\ f the, water constantly' f ror clean'
with 30 others and II line**. 3. The.n the individual number you want

I V ( were wounded. The Air Forceis -Ute dtttf; tired It weeklyto '.i I
NTOR ,[ certainly stepping the flan out lean and 1 dfl.te.| . I
up "
.. .till thlnrtne. In the water Call often. And dial direct
war here . We Just got u. !
:tt to ,i"rsdof .Ilse.
{ % tic' Washer, other squadron of plan..." Mater ta iflJih pod I and Fast.
i Afooma" ; 1 easy.
I June 29: "I... on the flight marl portaMe' with Hf filler ,
huu1! be rliamiH'
'I daily
. 'fJ line today at ban oprraUoot "Evety port, sane an t teen Low station- rates.
y with' I when I overheard someone say I Se family ftJf'm'r"' dumblmiller
; j! an aircraft was coming In with I takin/ a Red Cross
: Jon* If Itt wings shot up pretty I lift living cm'tttAt "mI (Ptmtmber;Alter' 8 p m MI 1 .tf,Ij *rx| myt -t .ndryt ytj tan cal'!l iU'::'l ''at'M:: Inyehere'" .fit ilalds
-f badly . Wen I had Just I. .bet-should lettt k.nee..w how ty to m'm* " ftJr C5c Of feat; snymhtr h the tontlienul" W t :'vtvt I Altikt) to $1 l 00 pr I he. J r .It l ,.1'... .,M uSMMi. )

t backed around when I saw It. artfl.eiil rr"r"'It;' n \ .
d'J.y tt. 4JIq. It was a D-57 spiraling down D'<| .list. thmiM )<. k'Ot ban't
., s'r ff ''n the p '
e : with one of Its tings op fir. , Both the crew membaJ were ',:nl' ' a s -A
killed . Irs the tint air. .i >* nup' "', .'t I
I.e wstrr I *r .h i* t. ,J
fIJf craft accident I've. em seen eie'v- li kif r 's d 2.i .
@ w yref : and I hope U'_ the UsU It '


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54.00 Bh will read your entire life patt

j e present and future. She asks no *-
IC' Week t I f! pore but will UU you what you want to

I 0 R .know, glrlnf date awl buloflSA

T e.I...W.w-...,.. I lore, health and family, aU.( r.. Will "*
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I win ad when. If the on* you
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t,1 f1 tote U true what part of the country U
)let /st.eJ1eMs.etk i luckiest lor you and what to do to be .

.. ........ i luetvftfol. Will reualU- the separated.

.......... I I locate absent friends and relatives, sad
'. i IcsUK happlneee between man and wife

I hesvSlaekug I Mazes up tortrs Quarrel. Telia. U sickness or bad luck ls
I natural ennr.Jes. evil influence and bad luck. Doc not Ml
He Beale
a Ii I to pleaes you but will UQ the truth. One visit will repay
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I you for dUappoiaUMBU U an others. I not only read your
l,, e 4w.ew. ttt like a* op.n book but I sow help you out of ywtrTKOCWXa.
ircsv c-.w. Com lid see why you are so unhappy wh/

.. everything se..ns to go wrong WIrY be 'sad and downhearted .
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Campfire Magic 3JRYAN JEXNIXGS
(Continued from Page 1) Good Values..Good Selection..Good Se ce! | .ems

As A Matter Of Fact Jennings, William Jennings and These Are... i
OUY Jennings, of Omaha.
Honorary pallbearers were:
Secretary of State Tom Adams,
tate Senator Charley E. Johns, !!

State Rep. Louis L. Huntley,
BURLINGTON EXPANSION former State Rep. S D. Saun-

ders, Dr. J. Reltz
Wayne pres-
Burlington Industries will activate a third stretch yarn
dent of the University of Flo- OIDJ9ON
mill at Reldsvtlle, N. C., In the near future, The Crescent I
Ida; Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds,
learned this week. While no official announcement of the
president of Stetson .UnlverUy
move has been made by Company officials, It is said the -
; S. F. Strickland, Sr.,
Reldsvllle plant will "relieve the operating strain" on the I Grade "A" Dressed and
Claude Tompkins, I. C. Canova,
stretch mill 'in High Point.
yarn I. E. Onann, C.' A. Newnham, 1iI I
Burlington last week announced it will begin construction J. E. oodman, Harold Colee, 1iIii I Drawn Florida or Oa.
within the next few weeks, on a $7,5 million mill in Marvin Oreen, E. M. Brinson, :
''too-: Rutherford County, N. C. to produce cotton and cotton. B. B. Skinner, Chester Bedell, ii Shipped
.t"1 blended fabrics. The plant will employ approximately 200 B. Franklin Brass, George L. Mi
.f ift>".: persons with an annual payroll of $1 million. Corbett, James O Buck, Edward -

It'l no longer true that you can't make an omelet without breakIng In Oreen Cove, Daniel S. Shaw, superintendent of Bur. Ball, E. H. Ramsey, WholeFryers
an tea- A new lino of tour Instant Omelet :Mixes ha been lington's stretch yarn plant, said he Is operating at full Ralph: Bagwell, Pat Loudon,
developed All till ingredients for making a quick omelet or a varietyof
scrambled eggs are packed in a box. ?, capacity. elth Abel and members of the SOMETHING ELSE YOUU ...
i freeze-drying proceee and a new method for boards of the Florida National
-maklnfl dehydrated eggs the Borden Company has preserved the Bank of Orlando and of the ;;;
:flavor and texture of egfl'in a light,easy-to-tote package thatjrequJt Clay Electric Co-op.
to no ret l&eratlon..TJ\I' mJke a the new line p; well m* BANK INCREASES ABOVE STATE AVERAGEThe Active s_
pallbearers were;
elu Mixes\ excellent for boating, camping; br I !fishing trip, all M
for family picnic3. sgnmtjgnH_ ( iv George SUlllngs, Jesse P. Tyes -
Bank of Oreen Cove Springs, the County's
; )fu.hrQ9m"Wnte
Available in four varieties Ham and 2 to 3Lb. Average
) Jr., J. I. Trlplett, HI, Ivey
and largest bank showed a rise of total deposits within
iCheese And have
the omelet mixes to don't
are frepare.
you atcher, W. C Roberson and
,the work of shredding cheese, easy &, and cutting ham, onions or the past 12 months from $4 9 million to 5.7 million: The
(peppers. Each package contains two envelopea-one with dried 169 percentage increase was close to twice the statewide Earle C. Moss PUIDSTAMPS!
whole( egg/ solids, the other with freeze-drled roods Used its flavor ((60 cent). Burial was In the family plot J. LB 29c
,fng Both are combined with water suet before cooking. Cbflkir! .. average per In Evergreen Cemetery, Jack.
takes about 8 to 10 minutes. Each package makes three aer Inge. During the same period, the bank's loana and discounts onvllle. t atstt it mm ttmmsm mm svish
I While great for outdoor eating, the omelet excellent
luncheon mixes are rose SO> per cent; time deposits were up 12.5 per cent and ; :
'as main dishes
or supper at home, too. A supply on the
pantry shelf will assure you.-of a variety of.quick, ,..tasty.late evening demand deposits up 20,8 per cent.
nacks. LET THEM WASH ,
According to the Florida Bankers Asm, the Bank of
Orange Parka total deposits rose from $3,2 million to $3.7 TilE DISHESI! '

million for an Identical percentage rise ((16.6 per cent) with The Green ....,.. _...__.. PUID
Cove Jayeees will .c "
Say You Read It In THE; CRESCENT that of*the Bank of Oreen Cove. The Orange Park bank's chicken I J Ann Pap 1-Lb. Jur I ; Fryer Qtrs.
ponsor a barbecue . .. ,..
time deposits, daring the same period, rose 21.9 per cent II H r "... 4** .
tipper at 6 o'clock Saturday \ Coupon toot tJ
SUBSCRIBE TO TIlE CRESCENT and demand deposits rose 11.9 per cent. (In J :JAX: 1-14.rllUI.t
evening Park
Keystone: the Keystone State Bank's total deposits defray the $275 Spring spent on to equipment help- I..............e.e1NNer....

rose 3,3 per cent from $2.895 million! to $2.9 million. Loans for the summer day LEO: or BREAST:
IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII 111111 IIIIII111111111111111IIIIIIIII11111111111111uIIIIIIIIIIIII 1I111111111111I11I1111I11I11I1111111111I111111I11111111I11 1II and discounts were Off 10 per cent from the year earlier amp. 25 EXTRA
Your Choice 35
period Time deposits rose 9 per cent while demand deposits Jaycee spokesmen said that t PIAIDj
dropped 1.4 cent. If j
per with an average of approxlitely Ace PUB ImHMIfmI
10 Oesmte le-w. kot *8. Hmirff
ix (iiMinx( ; ; corn.): . oit ix ('CLAY . ? youngsters now attending Coupon Rood thru July II
I the day ump at J JAX 7-14 IS
Attindiu'1 . Modem) ( (Complete '. $t a week each . the camp Ie ape Oahe I seepetlre.eNrM
Supplied; TlnouKh fuse\ (iitoii Co\e Dealer) . Ie breaking<< even. The three

Built fly (Jiun Co\i' l'out( rntorM . 1(1 1 II 1 A Completion of the Cross Florida Barge Canal, accord. young salary rut staffers(to make have taken a 25 EXTRA PI ID

I'mnncul;. , $(fii(! Mwnth). , Xo ]DONMI) I'ny- 'I ing Florida to the will Canal be facing Authority its severest, will growing come at pains the time when reak-even. pomiible a I tun 1'ea. II ... Jiir l__._ FRYER
mOat II' Yonn) Your Plot , Tickets to the supper will be I mmr. fN ia nrI
i From 5 million population, 2.8 cent of the nation'stotal
per $1.21 for adult; 75 cents for I Coupon vood thru July IS
Florida is expected to expand to 6 million and 2,4 per hlldrvn. L JAX T'll, se
cent by 1970 Fifty years later, In 2020, the anticipated .e.eN.NaO.O.N..Oe I.A.glI, Drum!ltickll, Thighs[ or Ilrests
corners are promised halfchicken.
number of permanent residents Is put at 17 million, and I
a T5i so EXTRA Plaid YOUR
more than 4 per cent of the nation's total.In BUnip.
With Th Purchase Of I ('HOICKLII. 49
+ a progress report on the Canal a few days ago, Col! REIDS VISIT HERE
rf'f Giles Evans, Jr, manager of the Canal Authority of Mr. and Mrs W, D. Reid and June Parker Jtllr T.. .

{ 'K# roa+??::h et. ah .i Florida, revealed that presently 21 per cent qf the Canal daughter, Linda, formerly of PLAID bee Hallo. pk>. c IS*
FRONT ELEVATtottn ; right of way has been obtained by state and district groups Beaufort,' 8. C, but now of { TAMPS "se C.sp.a f... .arr"
I It and about 12 per cent of the construction work is currently Pahokee, Fla, spent a few days '
under contract with his slater and family, Mr Southern Star Cooked C.p'n John's Quick Frozen

I ,- t&UD7{ { t 11 iTOUa Y This will expand to approximately 43 per cent of right of and Mrs. R. L. Kledzlk of CANNED HAMS 5 LB. $3.89 HADDOCK DINNERS 45c

Oiama way and 20 per cent of work by the end. of fiscal 1966, Green Cove, ,
ItD0.opra 1CARPOaT
K TCa Colonel Evans reveals.
Super Right Western Quick Frozen Peeled and
The $1723 million of construction under way now In.

wa III LlVlrle Room HALL +5 I eludes 2 locks, plus 20 miles of excavation at the east and Little Classified Adi SPARE RIBS IB. 49* DEVEINED SHRIMP LB,79c
4 west end of the with
aa'C' project two miles of channel having
DiDaoeM 3 eaDRooM 2Ii been completed and acctpted Bring Big Results to
I co e-ven. Super Right Tender Select Super Right All Meat noeL pkf.
Ii e According to the Division U S. Engineer, the CronsFlorida.
Barge Canal is the Jeers Try one and BEEF LIVER LB. 39 SKINLESS
Iii'i' -' fastest moving government pro. ? FRANKSFORK 45
-..' - a+na+li Jict )Ju the' Southeast, restdlstCLAY
I f eats I see your
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Floridians have spent $822,200,000 to operate and expand

TOWN & COUNTRY HOME BUILDERS' publicly owned utility plants during the past five years, Wl.ldL'4Pl'll/ \ (]
according to the Florida State Chamber of Commerce.

TIIIRIY YEAR EXPERIENCE IN HOME DESIGN, "Utilities covered by thU near-billion total were public t
HOME: FINANCING AM IIOMK: BIHUINO water, electricity: gus and transit systems (Private firms Green C.T. Sprint l
engaged in these utilities spent a much larger sum but are
Inquiries Invited Throuah not included in these figures,) Monday thru Friday All 1'luvoM. Ifegtilnr Or

"Revenuu received from utility customers nosed out DOS Office Opens 6.IS: ".'1.
CLAY BUILDING SUPPLY INC. expenditures by an even $2: million during the five year
I petiod This balance was rarned in tho years 1960 through Features At '1 A 9 P.M.Satnrday S"I'.a:: $1.00

f = 26 S. I'almilto\ St. Green Cove Spring, IU.IIIIIIHIIII 1962 for in 1063 there was a deficit of $4.4 million and a and Sunday

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These fine 3-lK'droom Homes ('11ho l moved to jour lot. Wo Ratio LAWN MOWER I aka,. Lounge SHORTNING

also two other houses that cannot bo mold). They may be taught IS"4-Cyek Swatch Eaginr Cat I Lan Clllal" J 1B. CAN Only

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$1.59 2 FOR 25

'it I' '" i Wilda T. Russell Tkazs A Fri.Jey Eatllt Pius Dep. 3 FOR 25

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REAL: ESTATE BAKER ..(brflHfife/r to renew 'oor tnivas Dce"M.l .
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