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 )
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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).
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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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Painter's Poultry Co:,, Inc. resolution authorizing the Authority According to Mr. Painter, ...., .. .celling In the main production Uve tenant never ,showed us I exclusive agent for development
a major north Florida producer to borrow $300,000 from the chicks are hatched exclusively ',.;' area of the building and a and with a number of debts I of the property to receive 35

of poultry product, U the Florida National Bank to |or farmers who contract stand-by power unit . Incubators on the property: it has been per cent of gross receipts.
pay off all Indebtedness on the to raise them either as must be kept runningat Impossible until now to sell 01 According to Berwick Anderson
scheduled: to the Industrial
occupy building. broiler or as layers.: A con, all times. lease It.The Oreen Cove attorney who
building midway between Painter a 55-year-old concern tracting. farmer builds the The Painter building was proceed. of the $300,000 I has been handling the legal

Green Cove and Orange whose sales last :year agre- chicken houses; PaInter provides constructed several years ago loan will be used to pay off a, negotiations on the loan and

Park: by Oct. 1. gated more than IT million feed and a servicemanwho on 1300-scre tract on Fleming U. 8. Oovt. mortgage now In on the lease-purchase aar.'I'

Roger M. Painter, vice.president will Invest approximately $100-, advises the farmer'on Island which was purchased In the amount of $52,000. O. P, ment with Painter Orr has
000 in equipment,and renova methods of controlled growth. 1BS8 by the Authority from Woodcock Co., Jacksonvillecontractors waived any commission In then (
and treasurer of the
company ion on the building, accordingto When the chicks are ready for General Services Admlnlitra-. who have Painter agreement
told The Crescent this Mr. Painter, a brother of marketing; as broilers they are tlon. It was constructed to the holding the bill since the be. The $20,000 annually contributed
week the new'plant' will have George Painter, president Both delivered to Painter' for -pro specifications of an Osprey, ginning of construction will by the State to the

an Initial capacity. of 140,000 men are sons of the founder. cessing" and the farmer receives Fla. plastics processor get another $129,000 in principal County, In lieu of taxes ont
chicks a week.: With a scheduled: initial employment payment for having However, before the buildingwas due plus simple Interest a Camp Blending which has ,
Mr. Painter's statement was of approximately 12 raised them. If the chickensare : completed the Florida Supreme six per cent; and another $105- been going Into support of the

made to The Crescent after persons, the plant equipment raised as layers, the eggs Court Invalidated the 000 will go to two Jacksonville non-supporting property, will )
members of the Clay County win be enlarged within II go back to Painter's Incubators bonds the proceeds of which firms of which Eugene Orr Is continue to be paid Into amortisation
Development Authority last months to a capacity of more Mr. Painter said major alterations were to pay for the building. "spokesman., of the new refinancing,;, 1
Thursday morning, paved a than 200,000 chicks a week will include a false PLASTICS PLANT BUILDING Coupled with this the proipec- Orr was at one time named"I Mr Anderson said. '

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Family Frolics The Budgetary Clouds Hall Very Optimistic

The Ready To Go ,

GREEN COVE CHARTER More than In Confuse BudgetMakersmarket
$220 gift certificates '
donated by Green After JLR Meeting :
Cove merchants: will be divided Analrtla( ) While Tax Assessor Louise

among the Family Frolics The County's two budgit- Smith says she has had no real -
(Lait of A Series) i o
queen contestants according making bodies are holding complaint la her new assessments am even more enthusiastic him Into his confine: *, thu

The City's rambling, uncodlfled, 20.oo0'ord Charter, to George Turner their breath. the Equalisation Board about Louis Reynolds plans bringing to four tine number of

drawn up 24 yean ago, Is 'a paradox of elastic generalities. The Green Cove girl who Is Does the law that says It scheduled to meet the day after F 'w eF 4ew than I was before," John Preston Floridians who are In on the
Chosen queen of the Frolics and. taxable assessments are" up 90 Labor Dill may get a different best kept secret In the historyof
Mosaic law
and omUiloni Those who are versed in moderncity
the three runners up will be per cent from last year mills picture. More than one .ubitsntUl Hall told The Crescent, Clay County.U .
charters ray It la archaic and sometimes unconstitutional. awarded trophies that will be pes mutt be commensurately\ real estate owner hoe, Tuesday following his return was Mr. Hall's underttand

The consensus among three who have pored over the windy on display at Green Cove butIneas lowered mean what It isyi? been heard to say his land may front Richmond where he conferred Ing that. a disclosure of Mr,

document U that the City oe"d. a provisionally-drawn _charter establishment from now Is the County's Uxkble protprty have to be put on the market U r with the International Reynolds .plans' will be madeIn

comparable to Keystone's two-year-old charter. until Labor Day, Turner said. now assessed at fair his tax bite Is doubltd. Industrialist who I. In the pro- the very near future
The top four girls are to receive market value What tho law says of all this seal of purchasing Oreen Cove's metal
The Virginia
aK mag
-.r- "';' ---- ---..; approximately 50 per cent Does an Impending state of and what anyone interpretingthe Industrial park.Meanwhile hate whose father, as a brotherof

of the gift certificates with the emergency exist In the school law may have to ssy only at midweek, attorneys the late R J. Reynolds par.
balance divided "as evenly mepastille" system add to the general confusion. for Mr. Reynold* and layed a small business maniifacturli -
among the other con These. are some of the qus.ion. Button It].03 ell, Florida for the City were pushing to' .| tinfoil cigarette

testants. .. What of the (fate Statutes, Ian after anavw.. deliver till to the property to wrappers to a n:ultt.million
The following Green Cove .Taxable assessments Insets have been completed all M
are up
within the
+ Reynolds' attorneys
e ] dollar aluminum empire, tsExpected
merchants'nave: donatedfor cash IPPtoxlniaklp'g0: poi'lcnlTThe \ : budget. rn. 1na'UhotltJ.. .
: \ / i i '..**, few eia,*.. iBurwick i to 'n'to Tallahassee
the trophies: Fred Davis County's stOl Vrnapprov.ed . shad reduce for the fiscal ,...reIDII.IIIU r'
And"r On. repr> to make a Joint statement with
Bulck-Pontlae, Inc Robert budget stands at something through un.un
tenting the City In the nrgotIstions Governor Huydon Burns whenall
Chevrolet Inc, J. P. Revels like $850,000, up' a ".h.d." the mlllsge level to the same r
said the property survey the' papers" have
Ford Motorama. Inc., Deader from last year's: the SrhoolBoard' extent asaesarnents were raised! necessary
I. P. HALL has been held again and been signed and delivered.
.r up
Motors, Inc. Thunderbolt Raceway operating needs are According to State Comptroller '
..cO..'. Welding and Rsdlstor reckoned at more than 12.M Ray E. Green this means that the delicate property descriptions Mr. Reynolds' secret has Inspired -
Shop. Fleet Reserve No. million, up 25 per cent from *U a particular county aaaeasedlast required from this a rash of rumors and
M and Its auxiliary Brurwon's last )..r. Three figures add up year at 60 per cent (of fair Turner Girl 11, survey must be put Into the gossip ranging from "the absolute
deed before It be sign( .>d by
r :, Furniture Co, IvejTs 8tanet.rd8tatlon to the hard tact It will be vlrtuslly > market value) and this year at can truth right out of the
and Roaenbuah Farm Impossible to prune mulegs. 100 per cent, the mtllage levied Critically Injured City officials horn's mouth; to re.wru
and Garden Store. .. hut year would have to be reduced Denlse Turner, l.yeer| -old It was evident, from Mr. that have emanated 'from such
Gift certificates have been. Add to this: by one half." daughter of Mr, and Mri. Hall's manner on his return unlikely spots as Pelatka and

received from the following: Railroad Asaesament Board This seems simple enough Wayne Turner, of Green Cove, that Mr Reynold had taken Atlanta. 4

Mayhugh'a Drug Store, Park- representatives, due In the However, the last sentenceIn was critically Injured Saturday
w a y Pharmacy Bradley's County any day now, may say Section 1BJ.03 Ill), the same when the motor scooter on
As an example of the elastic and frequently redundant Drugs, Oelger's Store Johns new assessments represent only Florida Statute U cited above, which she was riding with a

powers given the City CommiMion auction 6 of the Charter Radio and Television. Bottom 10 . or SO per cent . of fair says "If In preparing Its proposed cousin. was struck by an auto I
says M . the' City of Oran Cove Springs shall have the Dollar, Drown' Hardware, market vslue. Or they may say budget for . U84.15, On north Orange Avenue Cross and Sword

power, by and through Its City Commission . to purchase, Williams Hardware, Harry's. they are too high Then representstives such budget making authority ClIO Riupey, year-old
bate, acquire by eminent domain reretve and hold property Irvlnr's Department Store who are, eolnrldentatly determines that the mlllsge required dairy wotker, wss charged by
real and personal . for the esUbU.hment of docks, wharves Val Hair Stylist, Pat Turner's In the business of assessing for operating fund City police with rerkless driving Top Entertainment I
bulkheads breakwaters and boat bailna. . to ow. and acquire Hair Fashions, Mary Stabler property themselves, at should tie Increased then said failure to yield the rightof
by purchase, or by eminent domain public docks, wharves Hair Stylist, Prevstfs Hilltop a fee are said to ue tax Increase U limited to 10 perant way and of having an Invalid -

and boat basins .> randy) to regulate shipping and the use of (CraUnved .. ..... Clbl l \| stamps attached to real estate of the mlllage which has Tennessee drivers license. More than 100 County realdents bent. on wiping out the natives.In .
'dock: and boat landings In said municipality. . ". The City transfers U s guide to true 'been. determined after the decrease Police: said Rippey" who moved traveled to St. Augustine Spain, Dr Green found
pier, totally destroyed. In Hurricane Dora stands today as It value. County ..uthorlU. I proportionately of the to Clay County from Ten.n.wee'venl Monday night for a special religious
court and
stood the day after Dora ..r' Its way, Lad week the City received ELDOM HEATH .. say real estate buyers and prior 1 ''''''." weeks ago, struck performance of "Croas and romantic musts of the period

approximately $30,000 In federal fund. for damages due Services for Cdon J:. Heath, sellers sometimes cadge In This paragraph pertains only a motor scooter being drivenby Sword", the Paul Green symphonic and In It. production the director
to Dora. of Green Cove, were held Tueeday stamps. i I\a\. last year. Terry Turner, II. who suffered drama depleting the has used It .with a fin
afternon at the Pint Baptist State Attorney General On March: 10 State AttorneyCkneral minor "leg Injuries In the establishment of the nation's choral group and lntrumental

Church with the Rev. Joe Earl Fab-cloth, who can almost! I Falrcloth opined that accident He was treated at oldest city.Altogether. I ly. The musts i and costuming,
Olechea and the It... Jim MeCuDough svrely be credited with having I this 10 per cent applicable Clay Memorial Hospital and
the play I I. an particularly the India cos
rt.i officiating muddled the waters of an at- I renerally only last year) done released.. ..
exciting production whoa dra lum-s taken from the drawing
Heath M-year-oId service ready confined sItuation Is I not apply this year The Turner girl's eonditlorat ,
matle Impact, staging and stirring of LrMoyne, make It worth a
manager of Roberta Chevrolet, now on record or appears to After wading through all St. VlaeenU lloepital ws contemporary music faimore visit If there were nothing else. ,
Inc. unexpectedly Bundsy ,be, as saying school: funds can I Ibis. Comptroller Green con- described as still crltlral yes.
at Clay Memorial Hospital. be raised no more than five eluded. that In Clay County "I Urdsy. than make up for a few But St. Augustine has provided -

A native of Alabama, ... had Per cent from last year's levels ,we only three limitation on weak Individual performances a fine amphitheatre, built
lived In Green Cove U years only If "an Impending emerg- I Blflage control for the year In Its staging In the validityof Into a natural) deli behind the

He .leaves his widow, Mrs+ enry" exists. .. Its musto and costuming, it Alligator Farm.
w : :.;: U the finest of an the history
Jean Heath; three sons Ron The action of the play takes'
aid, Reggie and Randy Heath, cal dramas written by Dr. place, fur the most part on I
all of the home: his mother, Green who has become a sort a terraced stage High. dune
Mrs 1.... heath Of Bain- of dts atbit-laurset. of the at both sldee of the stage provide .

bridge Oa-: four sisters: Mrs. Back To School 'tt.. nation' founding. He Is also area for dramatic aside*

Ethel Bramlett of Donaldsonvine. : . the author of The Lust Colo- The drama's first season WH:
I Oa.; Mrs. Coy' Levis; of, .t., sy", presented every summerat close Immediately after Labor
KlnesvUle. Oa.: Mrs. Thelma I Reanoke Island. N. C., Day. For the few fen left.'
Parker of Belnbrtdge: and For YoungstersApproximately I ) 4.i" ;- , "The Founders,1' depletion of "CroM and Sword" provide an.
Yt the founding of Jamestown evening of
Mrs. Betty Hansard, of Atlan.U entertainment a4hlstury ,
; ash four brothers: Fred of a colony; The Highland Calf, well worth the .life.rrre ..
:' a story of the SoottUh )IltImJ.nUon
Miami; Ralph, of Marianne: tJM9 County Undent's office of 2.1 l, op-1 ..:\ r
The office from which the City .is run Is Mwhere mentioned Glenn, of Jacksonville and tJ" '11 under Flora MacDonald
proximately 20
cent .
roungatert return to school! are
In the Charter. A dry ordinance dated March .. m created Jack who U now assigned to on new per i,' I : to Mutts Carolina and others Vletety
teachers In the county,
the offlre of City Maaager stipulating that be shall be appointed . duty ra Vietnam Monday.A A. D. Duck, assistant superintendent j Written after extensive. study AI Ik* tfeued .hteJeleaee.
by and work under the direct** and supervision of the Honorary paD bearers were; canvass by The Creaeeatf told The Crescent. And \ I I. the offleial archive Of Spain.Cross .1 wick Green. .Ceve Mayer .Ws-.

Commi-kw. n farther sty the City naaagrr -shall be chose Ham Morton, AOen Wager, I the county's 19 white schools of this 20 per cent, approximately / and Sword", portrays Kemiey late, the yeisaey"roe City Ceea.Mbulea

solely span the beds e* his exeevtiee and administrative uJiflcattone Junior Moody, Jack Dobeoa. yesterday indicated. sot a single M per cent are teaching Pedro Menentf, founder of SI.Augnatiae served fee
without regard. to his political beliefs or afTOutiom. Gage Wheaton Randolph I IBnaMon colored student had until for the first time anywhere. M no ordinary Spaalh the the City |.be water
H. need not be a reatdent of Green Cove Spring" While this conqafetadof but wally water .tn..lM sad
Richard WWII Cher-I then a man
asked for
transfer to School
awhite teaelons on Monday ........ .,.... it' the. I..
"'" the 0IaIIatIaIan a grater latitude than II has for deeply. disturbed by the tuaU
1MC.aaef. lee BeJ,.". Charles Knight.3e schooL Registration! Of sad Tuesday will be only half deoetel
.In the Wring of a City Attorney (- he SHALL be ZtLL.V".K of killing and pork.
an at. i itomey rge Wymaa Freemaa Ev :1 MW sad transferring studeeu day Mr. Duck said lUlU awe convinced ... l slie.M.
of at feast three years experience, a practitioner In all i Bret John HaMford sad WtI4 wee i 4 through today. In the county's 14 sehooU. Jtaal lorll.", a .......-. no permanent settlement. eottld "fl' Ihal,
teeile R'n..
totals. of this State MALL be a freeholds sad a qualified 1 and Hort. be achieved In MM New World Us U,ev .f the
The 1OWIt, recently] ape the greatest. teacher turn-over J lo i elector of the City of Green Cove Bprinc, the pease City Active paD bearers were |proved Integratioa plan gives i* In the W E Cherry School .is .IN ......., Vs, tale. week without the friendship of the- reek II, I* deMgbled..
Manager has found It more feasible to run the City lICIt only ]Sonnet .....0. Richard Wat-. i in.. student* a freedom tf where 24 out of a total of W site.ding. Ike ........ reefewUesj aboriginal Indlaas.Actually Ikae aaalalabs ar-aeare. Ike 'CUr. will
M City Manager but alto as a member of the o-- 4o.. |tins Walter Lucas Tony Smith (choice* to an grades of the teachers are new. ef Kappa Alpha IraS the, author goes .b* .... tae Oaandals
Though he thus has a voice In the dettberstions of the CcaJ]larry Kadunon thie. ... ef eterallM and
aad Kenseth i Kfaool system this yew The ratio of stucVaU to slay. He b rrewellrleg wr- word told this writer
of lsatB... he U fan IM ted. .. a Cmmlsslaner. fa pressing the Gets ftMMtMesBfte epmtloe e In a group of which he Is a was U Hickory -Grove I IemeUrr. staff (not Intludg 29 students to every lacy If lae TsBskseeee efcettef. opjy leader among the .efc.Xaes.e U 99'r bath t.. at...wblek..... are

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PAGE TWO Cay( Countn!! (Crescent THURSDAY, AUGUST, It, IllS
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I Athletics : A New Era ? AT NEW DUTY POSTIN Los AngelesBy J (oW)\ irImIf: L&f

Clay High, whose football squad has Just to cut very little ice ten years from now. But Lt Col James E. Brock son By Sheriff Jennings Murrhee

begun practice for an 11-game season, has a if members of its various teams learn to play of Mrs. J, J. Brock and the late ,
"clean-slate coaching staff. And If superficial together and to accept the results In a decent i J,. J. Brock, has recently been DR. GEORGE P, HOWARD The stubbornest man on the high
spirit it will, for each of those' who learn,I transferred by the Air Forcet way is the man who refuses to dim his
appearances count for anything, the youngsters these basic rules cut a very great deal. 01 t t from California to Cheyenne, The white man does not reason lights for an approaching car. Running
there who will work under them stand ice, Wyoming. He and Mrs. Brock that 60 per cent of 'the
title is the
for this driver
to gain Furthermore, a Clay High team playing; the former Ruth Davis of Nei I". people in Watts, the riot-torn a close race
has been be. In braska, have two none iO" : part of Los Angeles were on who refuses to dim his lights as he
For several years there we another community can be for Green Covea i I .i .
the Colonel Brock, who enlistedi .' 'A' relief, that unemployment of comes up on another car moving In the
lieve', an unfortunate disposition on part public relations agent that will leave a deeper .'
Of Clay High coaches to exaggerate the importance Impression than, perhaps, any other grouof i I in 1944 and has been in prsctlcally :: Negro youths is the highest in W same direction.

of winning" games and of minimizing citizens. If a good, Clean game Is played[ every state in the Union, \ the nation, and that 30 per In their stubbornness, drivers like
the number one target of any collegiate the Impression will be a good one. If broken i I has written his mother that he cent of the children in Watts risking lives
athletic program: to Inculcate In the ,participants bones and hostility toward the prospect 01'>, and his family are enjoying d. come from broken homes." this are vehicles.I I
a sense of fair play and of team play. losing are the order of the day, the impression their new home on base in j Is It reasonable to expect In the case of approaching
The results of this policy In recent years has will be that all the people of Green Cove,I Cheyenne. He commented that people who have been raised the law says: "whenever the driver ofa
the 7.000-foot elevation of his ,t1l'&l ghettos to suddenly become patient vehicle approaches an oncoming vehicle .
been the reverse of the goal: a minimum of are sore heads. 'ii
games won and a maximum of bones broken, We wish Clay High's new coaches Godspeed new post took "some getting ; gentle and cultured T within 600 feet such driver shall
teams engaging In angry combat with their in their jobs, We believe we speak for used to," everybody puffing as We Christians may be pardoned use a distribution of light so equipped or
opponents and walking off the field when the vast majority of residents of the City r if they had "run a mile" from if we cling to the con composite being so aimed that the glaring rays" are not
Dr. Howard: viction that this is a moral projected into the eyes of the oncoming driver. In simple
they disliked the referee's rulings when we say we hope their arrival will mark; walking up the steps. '
If Clay High never wins a game It Is going anew era in our athletic program. He Basked that his congratulations universe, and a loving and a English this means, lower your lights so the other
be extended Jennings Quit generally the press has holy God is the overseer Science fellow can see where he is going)

Murrhee upon his election as condemned, and tightly so, the reveals a universe of absolute In the case of can ahead of you moving l in the aame

Special Deputies"A sheriff and wanted to be remembered .' rioting and terror that recent orderliness and depen. direction the law says: "whenever the driver of a vehicle
to George Carlisle ly devastated a section of the dability. There is nothing random approaches another vehicle from the rear within 300 feet

and J. P. HallOUR city of Los Angeles, or accidental In our world. such driver shall use a distribution of light permlssable
graying > special deputy, regarded as to make sure the cook was not taking home
"The Negroes for whom the And of
out Christianity come under this chapter other than the uppermost distribution
a pillar of his community was freed under the left-overs.
present government has done so the awful warning: "Be not of light. (Lower your lights so you don't blind the other
$12SOO bond Saturday following his arraign Special deputies, undercover agents, spies -' much," they say, "have stabbed deceived, God is not mocked: fellow l in his own rear view mirror),
ment on charges of killing one civil rights and all other with special and hidden miss their benefactors in the back." for whatsoever a man soweth,
worker and critically wounding another," United sions, since time began have occupied a sort HEALTH I am remembering that Car* that shall he also reap"

Press International reported from Haynes of never-neverland in the world of law (and lyle, the great historian of the What have we sown duringthe
vllle Ala., late last week ) enforcement they good French Revolution said If the
peace Outwardly are zT last hundred years in the V
Tom Coleman, charged with the slayingof Joes, everybody's buddy; actually if they are tVJ.M.AfnberionM.D., blood< of the aristocrats had not hearts and minds of our Negro THIS IS YOUR
a 26-year-old Episcopal seminarian, and taking their mission seriously they are playing stained the streets of Paris and fellow-citizens '

with assault with Intent to kill a young Roman it cozy until some good buddy gets drunk and Respiratory Illnesses if the heads of royalty had not "Y* are all one in Christ &\\Dna [f@f1@ffi[ Imo
Catholic priest I Is described In press reportsas spills his guts; then they turn him in. dent Washington Johnson's D. G. . Prei'!I[ rolled from the guillotine he Jesus . ye that are strong
"a member of of the oldest and most recent hospital!
one Centuries before Mata Hart and Francis zatlon has dramatized to th\> would not be able to believe in ought to bear the infirmities of
respected families In town" (Haynesville); son Gary Powers, up to and Including the pillar public a little understood healthaaard t cod He felt the privileged the weak"

of the late county superintendent of schools of Haynesville, undercover agents have occupied ii i classes had reaped only what We dare believe in the brotherhood Aw01FFFFUIT( AM FOR!
and brother of the present superintendent who : America Thi,'
membersof t they had sown of because also BASS NEAR OMAHA
a position remotely akin to terrible toll man we ,
has ordered the county school 01:
recently system
the Ku Klux Klan who hide their faces be. suffering an d j I What makes many Negroes believe there is a Divine purpose NEBRASKA ANDMaenee SAC
,integrated hind hoods: they are, as men'' created in the days foal i I (not all by any means) rage so binding together all the PLANES AREOTATICNED
But Tom Coleman occupied a special placein image of God neither fish, flesh nor good red caused by respiratory ," bitterly against whites sons of men. We are a "socie AT

the local scheme of things herring They are subject to conflicting loyalties ill- What have we been doing toI ty" a human family In which STRATEGIC The'PLACES ?
He was a "special" deputy. In short his ; and In the extremes, to bribery (as private II\: -ww* HfM n' The mow I I these second class citizens, Inn selfishness means ruin. W* can *
position was known as a keeper of the peace common respiratory illnesses lour racial pride that ha ORta.f%I> >
citizens) or killing (as bona fide law enforcement a i kept have for ourselves only whatwe
to the sheriff, but to others he was only a agents). the common cold, Influenza,pneumonia .,, them illiterate and unskilled hare with and guarantee <*
member of the Old Guard. bronchitis and son
respected For this very reason, a keystone of English throats Often a victim will auf|, Of the million and a half to other: health, good food,
As a "special" deputy, he was, apparently, common law, by which American civic fer from one or more simultan., Negroes who have fled the pure drlnklnll'water., good
authorized to bear arms; or he could not have oualy Or, a siege of one illnesi i I South in the past decade
schools decent job and
a a
morality was once governed, prohibited what lead to TW tUSSKM Of SAC IS TO
shot and killed man and critically may another more dangerous
young has be known the Time Magazine says one out roof for shelter '. KEEP'AT-TNE-READY; A
come to as "entrapment one This happens with '.. '
wounded another, influenza of every four went to California These difficult days. I w+ 6UDBM. PCTEKWNT FORCEDT
criminal. patients who develop '
has approximately 24"special" laying of a trap for a supposed >> ; MOTTO I 'pfACi P out
Clay County now
pneumonia. feel like making the
prayer PROiElWNa
With most of he Deep South, Clay County -
deputies, the most recently bonded,
Sisftgcring SistiiticlIn "There they were trapped that a Negro made during the
faces In the months ahead massive .
of this writing being George F Davis a
numbers alone, the havoc among their own kind, smothered Charleston earthquaxe: "good SAC WAS
According to the records, none of them or token integration The most Important wrought by respiratory illnensci in their own Ignorance, Lord, com and help. Oh come ,vee, TM6' rtBT STRATUM ACTIVATED M 1946.IT .
receives monetary recompense. Several problems we ever faced la how we may reactto annually in America is staggering scr AEROSfMCC DIVISION b ALWAYS
any because volunteer the laws passed by the Congress and signed In 1951), fur! example, there drowned in their own frustra now. And come yo' self Lord, 7'" OF *tt WAS MADe PoeoasecAfo
have been deputized they are -
were an estimated 210 million 'taint no time for boy'" OPIRATIONAt ON firemen Several others are guarding the by the President. cases of respiratory illnesses In Los Angeles Municipal JU.y. 19$1. IT "\ PCFBNSB or TMB
outposts of Oustafson's Dairy. Still others Special deputies won't dq the Job. The the United States This at a time judge adds, "What they know J 4 SPKIAIOTS eTRATEOICCAPAEIu1ES M!TIll COUNTRY r; WITHsowe

occupy a twilight zone. Some, or all mayor men who wear the uniform of law enforcementand when'177 million.our population An Incredible was only 688! about sheriffs and police is Say You Read It in 1 MUJSnCMSSIUS. PIAMCSAIR OP' 1T'a BORMtlATAUTWICS.

may not be authorized." to bear arms, as Tom every private citizen will million days were lost from work, Bull Conner and Jim Clark. -.: .
Coleman was. If the sheriff needs more help: not on school or other normal activity. "UnfortunaUly" as Drew THE CRESCENTSUBSCRIBE

It is not, we think, a sheriff's Job to private lands but on public, the county should Unfortunately many people Pearson said, "during crises NOW' I
might ask the funds And let them their let down their guard against respiratory fljc4vtE&Akce
police private property. Anyone by provide wear illnesses as the warm like these, people don't reason
the same token;'that a gardener be deputized badges proudly. ,I V :.v; "* spring weather approaches. Yet,, -
statistics show that respiratory
illnesses occur! with great frequency
I ktr' DUNCAN GROVEB from April to June. In .
'otl By Q fact,using I J959's statistics,there .- ,
was a mere 10% decrease estimated
The Beatles, a quartet! of perience! In the ways of these And this brings me to my cases during AprilJunecompared
to the cold months of
questionable virility 'arrived In'' unshod gentle heathens moat point which is that being an October through December
avowed tea-nager covers a multitude -
New York last week and con American military commanders Symptoms as TreatmentThe
fided to the working press reached the conclusion if ever of small prejudices that symptoms' of respiratory
were never available to me. illnissea vary. However fever, i1LZk ,
awaiting their Word that they
the job of reaping a field was It muscular aches chills, malaise,
was my family's consideredand
I (1)) had no use for American tightness" or pain in the cheat,
to be done it were better done loudly announced view
peivpaper reporters; and (2) cough and sever sore throat
trashed their hair twice a week to the tune of an accompany. that whether or not I happen. should be warning signs for you
Though the young gentlemen ing orchestra. ed to prefer filet Of beef I to call your physician

f have lately been Initiated And so it was not unusual 'could jolly well eat whateverwas A new,medication oral solution, a non.ptoscrlptlon called DREAMING ,

into the rites of the Order of to see a small phalanx of 30 put before me. By the same Chloraseptlc, promptly relieves
the British Empire (just short or BO men combing a field, token if I preferred Paul White- the pain and Irritation of a minor'

of knighthood) by their Queen, preceded by a three or four. man It would not kill me to sit sore! throat respiratory, which often illnesses accompanies Of. ,

I remain unawed. In fact I return piece orchestra Their Instruments occasionally at home or In a course If throat soreness lingersor
their compliments I have made of goats' guts and concert hall and listen I to I Is accompanied by: a high ,- .

for them less use than they gourds and a variety of other Chopin sions fever,! attention this, too, requires profess 5'C

: have for my trade. animal and vegetable parts, This sadistic home-tralning ( .1

y It Is not possible nowadaysto made a not unpleasant noise, was a Godsend when I was
walk in any direction for a distantly heard overseas where we often had

\ mile ,I and escape the eunoch- The unvarying orchestration spam fried for breakfast broiled
I squealing of these obnoxious was ."Blng bing, blngblolng, for lunch and stewed for' PDILN1lN4GA'

young men with their long bung, bung, bing blolng." djnner. I watched many a
regularly-washed hair and their When the "blolng" was share cropper' young'un leave

cracked voices They are as sounded, the scythes went the table saying he'd never

totally repellent and obnoxlouus down, tumbling stacks of hip. been fed such trash

,f as any quartet I have come upon tall grass in perfect unison. In the manner in which most
in approximately 30 months At a distance one had to ad. of us live today our tea-nagera SAFETY' REMINOERH eL ,
It all takes me back to the are not Y
required to. eat what F w
mire the
rhythm and the
primeval, If always distant product is put before them mostly (and :\
: fields as clipped and H TR VfIEilCv
charms of Music in, Central Including myself) we run small
green as a Devon hillside t
ti r,
Africa now called the Republicof cafeUriu' wherein the teanagers -. .
But alas, when the Beetles
Ghana let their own grub>> . .. a ,4avT' Y 1p
In World War n, American and their artistic breathren what they want and when ,
l military commanders in unlike star howling Blng, blng, blng, they want It. ill tO6'HMT .

t ly' spots around the globe blolng" I have no faith any Since parents are from t
were under Executive decreeto grass is being cut; It Is only away
much .
the time, teanager
i hire all the natives they my eardrums that are being
J lacerated.Of are not forced to listento ,.'t
i I could find. To British West
any music an ,elder might 2 '
;Africa they walked On the At- course, I am told by my choose and the deadly din goes +3 iUSE beach barefoot from friends among the tea-nagers on, day after: day In house ,

'f ,t Liberia become and ward.Nigeria of the, and United they'' that toned I and am hopelessly If, In the old-fash-distant after tnouse, the...crt continuingand M the Of -A Larger Home For A Growing Family ''e : .

: States. of America days of my youth, I had the eunocha squealing "Help. I

'Whether this employment right to dance a minuet, why need somebody . * i8urly j

Was designed to take some un- should they not have the same our children art pars As eaMm grew .. ice' sad stse, fmsaAr apaee a**** Tale I* MIlt ae e a* taw axes fta vase* yes., h4u.Mleer. .
t!_ .due burden off the American freedom to squirm rochlal In their Beak> Ores> 4 MsMal
tastes Ce Sfttaga MM to a* *
.. .
ah. Very aitem tke ta leea e. aetvltareaga
:,. OX or whether it was In fact I rant their right to squirm, This Is I part of the social ....&al SMssstastee.. Way awe ....* la ... gM
a clumsy effort to proselytize but not solely to squirm, I anarchy of our time A Wend YOUR a .... tsas..* ..... aeuaI.W1flk.
the heathen to the ways of think a round of the minuetor with no better sense than to

ward politics I have never the Virginia reel might vary have fit children gas on the SEAT BELTS

"1'deddecL. the deadly monotony of squirming theory If something\ goes awry'
It But on the basis of small ex- he slaps them alL In that way

he is sure to hit the guilty, par..

(Way( County ( Bmceut ty.As an antidote to the Beatles ads 4'Fie r . BANK of GREEN COVE SPRING!

(and as the father of .
"WHAT is eooD roe cut con NTT .is soon roe TIll catscinr three tea. ,$1 OBZEX COYX SPBXKOS,
nagers) I suggest they (jn/ormalio( show
I.DUNCAN GOLDTHWAITI GRONER.-tones AND PUIUSNI each be gagged and bound and Traveler' AwowofcJ

TaUNOM KS U4-IW forced to listen to decent music iMMNnwv cell' N.. Re1aeueaw sew 1Teo

,. c' SIMM CUll PMTAM Pa. If ems CM Sean. ., riMiwPVSUSHU for 10 minutes a day for J. BLATim SMITH i.r IDW '
:, I" IVan TNUMBAT Iv canciNT Mss INC six months lasanaa AIeM1 Coval, Olden and Largetl! BathT '
:;*,.r. o. sos in Gasm. COWl ....... FieaitA I can almost guarantee the M N. orange AT, ... U4-UM

'It',. _AID P. COOPER PIUIDSNT local roach-appeal .' uh
i' 0 ''"N Mc r\l aiMsiiipTioi1 RATHi Beati appeal . would facea n1Il1IIta1 awuict esssnisi 'JEI.EPIIOE 284-3&50& 284-3939 284-3851 f N C0IWESS 4-9583

.. TA n *DYANCU L...............,.. wee decline In less than a sentence '' .-.. ew..saree
h L: I... > TBAXI t. AD'fAXCf ................, .,.. of that tenure
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OKay( (County! (Ercsecut .

I Green Cove SocialsMisses By MRS HERMAN $ a M.H.C PondA. I Clay County Servicemen '\\il ilChief .

I Bsl
Gunner's Matt for with the Sixth ,
Juanita !!oeD and Mr and Mrs John Radar tl and will soon be Walker I operations
Lynn Wilson of Vicksburg, are and Mr. and Mrs. Richard here. She la now R Bowman USN husband of Fleet
Visiting? Mr. and Mrs Clark Jordle visited in Miami recent- Home Economics In the former Mary R. Van Der While In the Mediterranean
Wager. Miss Boell Is Mrs. W.rer' .- ly. Smith Junior High SUPERVISE: Maaten of Oreen Cove. Is serving Fox, operating with Destroyer"
niece. The staff presented the YOUR DOG aboard the destroyer usa Squadron 20 will provide antisubmarine -
Bob name, Manager : ,_ i Jonas Injrram which recently defense for unite
i Steve and Joni! Penley have'returned mocks with sconces for ,
Mrs. Pet Foods Heeeurch Center completed a six-week deployment of the fleet In her role'as an
Roger Sanches of Miami to their home In Puer- new home. Those ,.
is Mr. Mr. Mrs. owner who do not to the Middle Ea t. The antl-submarine 'vessel the Fox -
visiting and Mrs. to Rico after their were: and E. I
John Radar and Mrs. Lee spending Call and son John; Mrs .. their pets are run* Jonas Ingram 1 I. a unit of the is able to detect classify, localise l
vacation with their
summer a number of risks. Middle East destroy
Young. Mr. and Mrs. Sanches garet R. Nelson and Force which operate and eventually,
grandparents Mr. and 'Mr.. : there Is the risk of
formerly lived In Magnolia Clark Mrs Richard B. Loftln.Miss tna neighbors. The in the Indian Ocean enemy submarines. t
Springs when Mr. Sanches was Wager dog may dig Upon returning from the

stationed here with the Navy. Betty Duck left leave planted his lawns calling and cruise, Jonas Ingram will operate 'I Little Classified Adi j
Mr. A B. Moore of Astor
They have recently returned for Atlanta where on neighbor's out of Mayport, P1.. as a .
from a tour of duty In Spain. visited with his aunt Mrs. teach In the Cook over garbage I'lrtrn unit of the U. 8. Fifth Fleet. Bring Biff Results. t<* "'A
Pearl Brooker recently of dainty morsels, get
School. fights with other dogs Users Try one and "
their territory Seaman Recruit Lester L.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Ross .-t.the treapUlU' 1 Habben, USN. son of Mr. and see results!
your i
and their daughters Mary, Audrey -
CLAYTBXATU and their sons, Clem I Holland L. Habben of
and Frances visited Mrs Doctor's Inlet has reported to
Herman E. Reed last week. Mr. visited Charles with of Mri.OrlnneU Grace, the Recruit Training Command FOPIYI Bud ............. j

Gibson was band master at recently U. 8 Naval Training Center, '.
Greea Cm Spring Clay High School several years Ban Diego, for nine weeks of

ago. ba_lo training, lie Is a graduate BUY IK.SAVINSS ,
Headsy thru Friday Miss Mary Lee Jensen ... Lastlnger, County Sell Conservation agent point of Orange Park High
Box Office Opens g/5: Fit Fred Borderick, daughter tending the Episcopal out te Tommy Tyler the new recreational area being eoa- School. BONDS TO .
Bridget and his son. Ranee, of Camp at Camp Weed .strutted at Memorial Home Community which Includes, a UNDERWRITEVOUR t.I .
doings,continued over During, his
Features At 7 I .oM. CarrabeU. this week. early days pf '.
Winter Park, visited Mr. and of time may lead I' I-acre pond. The excavation, work la being done by Robinson training he will receive a seriesof COI)1TRY) I
Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Brantley Lucas on Friday. ; u and action against .A Tyler Lastlnger said excavation of the pond In a musty aptitude examinations to WI5HTSAoKfiSAYSt/
Miss Sandra Borderick, who Mr. and Mrs. J. M. you your dog. area was the most efficient method .f conserving, the land.
I P.M. determine
ConUaaous from also risk your dog's which of the Navy's
has been spending her vacation have returned to their .
when you leave him un 65 specialty fields he will enter
here, returned home with in Pleasant Point after He can be hit by
Wed. Than. .A Fit her family. Ins the weddlnr of Miss '. .get into poison .In COININCIDENTSO on completion of recruit train.
A... IS, It .A 17 Blmms In Ral. ih.NC: l ., Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Revels I In North Carolina by the who unscrupulous sells dogs dog for> Naval Training Center
re.u" STEVE REEVES I and their daughter Rhonda Mrs. White visited and varied purposes. ANOSKT owes MAPI IMC. trains 88000 sailors each year
d best way to protect COIN WITH A NO.I IN lira In Its Recruit Training and c it
SANDOKANlTHE have returned home from a others ,
dogs life, as well as CINTiU THAT ENAtllP THEM O
Service School
J vacation spent In Winston- week's stay in the d relations with your a PROTECT TUB COIN ay Hgm- Commands.
GREAT Salem, North Carolina, and the ., is to always ac. IN*TeeM KDMTHEB ON*CMAMo t
<* aonroaur PUNCMW our
dog when he
your .te
Fireman Apprentice WilliamR.
and Blue Ridge Mountains. Miss Kathy out If you've obedience HOLES IN MCCt OF WHITMAN
last week to spend Knight.'q him yourself or at a BOKftMSU COM ALBUMS tXUMOVIcouicnoN Goodyear USN, son of Mr
F. obedience (ft. 1 sYOUN AMP O.R and Mrs. R. M. Goodyear ofKeystone
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Davis and with relatives and training
HERO ... and he comes CON HAY IN MMT-FRCM CONPI- err h ..,...,r iw JiIt
Heights Is .
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Yant attended Burlington, North when called he be TON MHWO CUM ACIMTI PUNIC servingaboard
SAMSON and the play, Cross and If not, he should h k WINDOW ay CSLAMMLCVEIIFlNOAlCINTPCeif the destroyer usa
ULYSSES" 2 Sword In St. Augustine Monday John Dumbauld has . be leashed. vT1 4* Myles C Fox, currently In '
other alternative U to transit to the Mediterranean coio
evening. Port Jackson \Viola MATRIX\ TILL .\
,a C, for a run or a pen for your ,
of Army reserve and then make sure he 911ty) BRIA$Is1 TJ terPLlAStt
Sat. Aug. 28 Mesdames Frank Oreen aixAliens s voice his displeasure UNSLEY-RARNES VOWS :

Tadlock of Madison, Dr. and Mrs. Carl ". This confined, too by can constant arouse TO RE: SPOKEN FRIDAY
spent the week-end with Mr. are expected home displeasure of neighbors. AT FIRST METHODIST:
I and Mrs. E. J.. Johnson. after a lengthy visit ::: tlm It is not nec THIV wads MINTED SACK IN TIll _
to add meat. to a good The
I daughter, Miss Joan H TN CENTURY FROfo186110 revs wedding of Miss Patti JoUnsley
IFgall 10IN1e11 ,,,; Sandra Hammetk Honored In New York all-purpose) dry It AND AH CCUSCTOe ITEMS TOMV / and Mr Wilfred Larry
I city Th. food such as frUkies. you come! ammee" OK, M
The County Extension staff several weeks with Dr. ,. contains meat and MAN* ONTO IT, Damns will be solemnised at
honored Mrs. Sandra Hammockand bauld'i brother-in-law meal in scientifically the First Methodist Church at

her husband at a dinner ter Col and Mrs. proportions. kNOWTMtUUMOPADOUMJf i 10 o'clock on Friday,August 27,
iII! party last week at the Green Ohio. able IVCCIAUV nil ISM It has been announced by the
+s ti talus? maw IT I*
Cove Motor Inn. WORTH 4JQOOO,AND THSKIA8C rT parents. Mr and Mrs /
The Hammocks are now thought of having a IAMB u BUYtHfcMNT it dl l Fred W. Unal.,. Mr. Barnes
Mr and Mrs. James r
r building a home In Duval Coun garden a t.rrarium Is the son of ,Mrs Josephine poa t1t FiatS
and children
Barnes and the tate Wilfred A.Barnes .
Charles,have returned the house T It's an ideal
I An Invitation to attend .
Bus Men, .A Taes.Aeg. Cove after visiting Mr. to raise plants Indoors. was extended all friend/ Dr. n, Timothy CarterOptometrist
n, $1. A II er's family In they're In a glass con. of the couple I
Dancing.Classes' Dr. and Mr.. P. J. r which maintains proper
f .. '' and children, :
,.,JIIJIfI' JtJ.nd protects the plant fling 1vw1 d M atNUNiwpiq I
win be re erased) Frank m. of Columbia ,eves coe.sonNIACnCasoKade1 E.M.A. MONTHLY MET I Anneaaeee New Office Hews
THfKMCHWed la Gross Core Springs last week visited la ... .., according to hortlcul- &V61 AT M O'CLOCK TODAYThe 5.. a ._... FH.e ..
a:. W. McEwee of the noun muaeueawna a w4.
with their aunts, Clay County Retired 5.55 ....
/UlOID/ IIT1JIS e" M FrUay '
: A 1tulturall.pertm.nt
,, Conway, and Meadames TrY CUT NOltHM AtON*THf Ml Of Military Association will hold
Vetch Alice Padgett, Added to this, plants tws ANDhyPAOT Trr.aoo 5artaeMD1 It. regular monthly meetingthis IUI Hwy IT. Oraage Park
... -' New .rpaJ .r elasseeby Thomas and Maggie live a long time without .girt Palls JMM0PIW THAT earl rwce ovreva,A usofO MAO NOT evening, beginning, at 7.:SO Plane ..1.11I
age and experience.Fareats and require only a IBM M PIAC1PCN UMM M9 OP CONK o'clock, at the Doctors Inlet ,. Kxamlaattoaa. CeaUetLenaee
HIM Fait Jo amount of water oa MUCK rw SAM Ware I th civic center with all members Planesdon't .

.. are Invited. U Unaley HenerH urged to be present
can and eons their children Miss Patti Jo the bride-to-be opened
before ........,. will wed Larry lovely gifts and they were
Friday morning at the by those present the
dist Church was ..... served take and -- ...
Tkerm.. .A Fri.'Sept hurry. .
I. X, .A THE DAGALEY a irJecellaneous to 2S gUMti. Among
1r Friday evening at the present were Mr. Lln.1. -
Dancing School Mr. and Mrs. J. P. mother of the brtde-to-be 1
_R hostesses were Misses Mrs. Barnes, mother of the
Katbettne. Bagaley, Revels and Maurine elect 1I
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1 rs IF YOU VlIf1E 7 DiM TMEOR' &a@rsS !I Green Cove Is Edged 8-7 (Continued Budgetary from Clouds Page 1)' Fresh Fashion in Summer Desserts

I Jt '\ THrCUUGASHOEAFTCl: 196J.1866."
t THE ANCI Meet "The flcst; such limitation,'"
ENT BELl EF Middleburg SundayThe
'. "' ....'1., t" THAT THROWING A Green continues, "is providedfor
:' J In Section 8, Article :XII,
I. \. THE FATHER'S Green Cove Rebels were ; gett, whose triple and double Monday of the Labor Day week. Florida Constitution; as
1\\ 7( \ ':Jf RENUNCIATION OF edged out by one tally last drove in two runs, and Charles end,. there will be a 'money mented by Section .ImPI'.j( ) ypi

r ( ti. / ... ..\ DOMINIONOVERTHEBRIDE. Sunday when they played Snelgrove, with a mile singleA tournament in Lowdjr, the five Florida Statutes. This
is levied by the county school
Orange Park the
on Clay High doubleheader had been team. entered coming from
E School diamond. scheduled but the play was late, Lowdy, Green Cove, Jacksonville boards and has a minimum of 1a
Orange Park scored In the Starke and Park.It three mllli and a maximum of {
Orange i
THERE WAS A STRANGE __ starting, so only one game was a
10 mills"
ASSORTMENT OP SHOES TO top of the ninth to break a completed. will be a double elimination
CHOOSE FROM. POPULAR 7-7 tie and Green Cove was unable Next Sunday, beginning at tournament with two game* I The second limitation is
MATERIALS WERE THE SKIM II to push one across In the 1:SO pjn., the Middleburg daily beginning about one contained In Section 10, Article
OF BEASTS.BARK.WOOD, bottom of the frame, to the Twins come to town for a o'clock on Saturday. XII, Florida Constitution, and
RUSHES,BROOM AND FLAX U final count read 8-7 In favor of double-header. The teams met A tournament In Green Cove has a maximum of (another) rw v
r Orange Park. The explanation once before early hi the season the following weekend, for 10 mlQf to be levied by school r
appeared to be a rash of errorson Green Cove emerging the which teams are now being district trustees This mlllage is

1\. II"i kl' IF YOU WERE IN THE SHOES OF the part of Green Cove, four victor by a S-1 score. fined up will conclude the ses- Independent ef the mlllaga! lev-
,; i' S) JULIUS CAESAR YOU WOULD In all, as compared to none for The Rebels will be rounding I son for Green Cow led by the county school board

: ,. ,i WEAR HIGH BOOTS OF GOLD Orange ParkLeading out their IMS season in tournament end must be. voted on by thtfreeholde
1.ORNAMENTED WITH PEARLS: at the plate for competition. ,.."
# DURING THE HEIGHT OF ROMAN Green Cove were Charles Pad. During Saturday Sunday and I More Softball
w CIVILIZATIONSHOES WERE SO The third ernd find UnritaCJon -
ELABORATE THEY WERE : RANK ," awarding to Green \ ", .,,"" ,
t ;( ,
In The Works On The Menu It the budget: tot the particular ''I " >
governlag- body Chapter "
THE SMALL FOOT IS CONSIDERED: A 'lit," i J.'p..' flr", ,
120 Florida Statutes sefir out --
'f/I. This that the requirements for the
county budgets and the beardof

SPECIAL; SIZES I 1-5 CATALOG OP ..' Softball fans are in far a county commlasfonera shallbey You've heard of "double chocolate" soda Now, try this "do..
Cinderella o//3ojfatf double portion of fun tonight gowned according to the Me lemon" cake, the latest fashion for summer desserting A IK /
esA SOUTH ST., requirements and limitations Inlaid mix add the refreshing touch of lemon to that airy favori j,
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. when two games will be played.1 chapter.The various county angel food. Here it appears in three Mayers', each topped \
on the Rufus Tucker Little boards of public instruction this particularly lunh manner* lemon frosting mix, combined i -
t\\ League field, beginning at TOO.; straight from the boxwith whipping cream and sour tree \.
n. o clock. sre governed an" restricted by Fresh strawberry slices are folded into the topping, and garn i'
Chapter 237, !Florid Statutes; the cake prettily too. Keep it cool until yours' ready to let it
DEMOLAY DANCE It'i a Green Cove Sprints limitations placed by these keep you cool, 1
Yarn Company affair all the Light Lemon Layers
chapters aTe perhaps tin broadest -
way with the first engagement 1 package lemon angel food cake mix
fn thai the rate of mlllage
7:30: FRIDAY NIGHT AUG. 27 pitting tbr wives of the supervisors must be supported by fact and Filling and Topping:
sgalitst the woes of U. .
need The funds to be derived 2 cup (one half package)
employees. As a slow pltcA buttercream lemon frosting mix
from the nrillsge must be needed
game, geneonu scoring is an.. 1 cup whipping cream

VIA I BUILDING GCS tlclpated The second game, w finances to provide. . the 'necessary V4 2 cup cup sour fresh cream strawberry slices
fast pitch ret-to, wia see the'
Seef Prepare and bake cake as directed on package. Cool, remove
opposing the .employees from pan With long-bladcd knife, split cake Into 3 layers.lilrnd .
LIVE BAND COUPLE OR STAG dry fronting mix, whipping cream and sour cream. Beat
$1,00, until thickened Fold in strawberry slices Fill and top rake
layers with creamy filling Garnish with strawberry slices./ Chill
Don't wast your energy in PLEASE/1tJ1ft.Y / until served.
This ,lIr'. still unapproved county budget, for the lint a tug-o-war with a stuck
time, contain provision for a one mill levy . estimatedto drawer Solve the problem by
> > produce f 40,000 annually . ta build a new court house using a candle and some sand
People Judg M and Jail The 70-year-old county court house, believed tot paper Dr J. B. Huffman, associate IDA'S BEAUTY SHOP
:;; be one of the oldest In the state, was the background for forester with the state's
Your Status 6 a motion picture, made several year ate. Because of It. Agricultural Experimwit StatioN ((1116 Anderson Street)
limited office space, many county officers are now housedIn suggests.sanding the running
edges ot stubborn draw COMPLETE BEAUTY CARE -
the Court Home annex on Idlewlld Avenue .
By Your en until they pull easily. Next, ..f
}-Apiiointment Call
wax edges with a Candle This
Business'Stationery way you lubricate tne wood I. KNIGHT
i and seal out moisture' at the fbtCNJ

rwsr" 'ar ''cwt, same time.SHOP ,.. At GCS 284-9352;

.r FOREST RRCS "Friendliness Is. Our

d V Atmosphere"i
. = I' _

, i

; That's Why So Many .,..wise-...Rwau. 'Ie.::

Businessmen Choose Our a 11tL

.Haised; Printed Business Stationery

'"*"" New Type Styles A -, .

Your firm and your That Look Like Message

'ability li judged by your Expensive Hand
letterhead and business Lettering .
card. And surprisingly, it estwssoatmmirnatnstsutittlglatltxalllaaa0lfn 1III11II1h11ll1ll11b1lllUllllUllUU1III!
costs' no more to have the beat, rich raised Still In the "talking stage" la a plan to cut the Circuit
printed stationery so elegant appearance courtroom In half and lower the celling./ This would provide .
We have a complete catalog of letterhead, space for a courtroom and also a larger meeting room TO ADVERTISERS . .

business card and announcement styles and layouts for the Board of County Commlsulonvri.. Mont county officials I:
that are adaptatble to your needs Call for a appear to favor the ultimate construction: of a new
I l: visit t from our representative. court house on another site and preserving the present TO SUBSCRIBERS., . I

PROMPT SERVICE/ structure for other function. I

CLAY COUNTY CRESCENTPhone No matter how many radio newscasts or TV news telecasts are ...r'1: ::4"' I I

FINISHED HOMES mado daily . the average person is still interested in reading his 'f"' .
SI4 S166 Green Cove Springs
home town newspaper to know what goes on in his own area. Accord-
3 AND 4 ? i
ing to a survey made since 1920, the period'when radio and television "
YOUR LOT CONVENIENT FINANCINGWRITE were introduced . every day over CO million copies of newspapers .. :

l-r_ fflCHECKTHESEGROCE: are being sold daily i


1.7 .,. DURANT HELMS To keep up with this demand for news, the newspaper industry .... I:

J \ BUYSffi: I tit La Olaa Rd. St. AvgMtlae. FUHda has been continuously _t work to improve their service . and has .

,, accomplished this with more up-to-date communications methods. i''

FOR YOUR WEEKEND SPECIALSFRESH - -- I So does the Clay County Crescent try to keep giving you the

best possible coverage of local news events (with pictures and items) iI

t BusinessStationery : . and in our humble way to serve as a medium of "
NO DEPOSITI! I enlightment to '. ...._. .
I HALF GALLONMILK 'bring to yon the news of activity going on around us.

r. '39c . This method of news dissemination is alto I
and Business appreciated by the .
business people who find that their sales does
message reach their
I Cards ....' potential customers and bring them Into his place of business. So, if,*Y,:t ;I'
r Porter Lb. Pkg FloridaGRADE "" .f
want to ,
you bring your message to this market . the columns of
Raised Printed'You
SLICED A Richly the Clay County Crescent "'y"
j ... are open to yon. Take advantage of them. ; .j."
can feel the rich
BACON F FRYERSGraf raised lettering to elegant
I to look at... so fine to the : CLAY COUNTY
. "' 2 FOR 1.09 LB. 27 Our CsresetMctatotem bdlnht touch. But of all, our CRESCENT '; tfI'
Coronet rolled printed
He Phone Green Cove .
.. $stationery It so inexpensive. Springs 2S4-3166 .* .,4 'f"
le""" .Styles .. .1... /
1IIat 1M tie We have a complete r .. r:
A Florida Small catalog of letterhead. To be sure read this
tiseaih Hens'litterlsi you can
DOZ.JJEEN butineis card and bustlies newspaper each week, why not buy .
r "i EGG I I 1/ S I 3 86 "" announcement styles a year'a subscription for $3.00 . or better yet, get 101 weeks of ., : ,

'"1 .'waa '1.51 Fed Order U. .. Ne. t and your layouts builrtti adaptable to reading your newspaper for ONLY $S.oo (paid in advance). .,...\'.\:'"t

;:1MSH POTATOES 10LB.BAQ29 I I. Mom SERVICE Call"reprewntartv.for a visit froth ovr Fill our the following. form and mail to us with your remittance. .d:' ., .

, > Nam< .- 1 year $3.00-
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" w : 'i,ray:; Nertk,Orange aval Maoetta A,.. Phew SM41M Otee. CVH Sstiags ,
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AUGUST II 1965 May O.IOuutEresccut(

__ PAOI rift


RENT 1.6GAL 5U'rll'15
FOB SALE by owner New FOR RENTI BeautUally fur IX TRIG 'RC".1' COIN OK1HN -I I
homo rut KTII JlimlAL IT rolHT OK1l4M THH CinctIT COIN OK run cincirr COURT
hardwood Moon, nlahed 11 and 11-ft. wide trail- CIHIIIT OK. ri.OHIOt. IN AMI rut II III rflltuliL. CLAY COt: :MY, KI.OKIUA COUNTY: KLVMIUAla
to M .. aw.t three I bedrooms, Florida room, en by week or month. AIM roll ll.AV tot "'T', CIHCI run IT OK .'I.u..lln.. 1 ASS In CHANCEHY Chaoren:
IN lll: '!NtrJIV VIA tui :NTY :>., *:\.t tNI-U N*. ot-ea-v '
dining room, large living room, apartments. Use of fine pool No. -lIM) tt*..II1XCKHV:. : ) DAVID MUK.MluUDk.IU: HELBM' :- B. KIMBRELIe
kitchen equipped breakfast THE HOAHD OK PUBLIC IN- w'icJ-KS. I'lalnlltf
Included. Newt's Motel. Vllano WILLIAM J. : : RKATA ".. Plaintiff
room, iterate room, tar fa. Beach Phone St. Augustine VLORIRAJ'etalcner 8TKCCT10N OK CLAY CUVNTV. UKIOlLH W: CKOOK and UAKUAHA W. OORIS AIIIII! !: IIOLlIEn. DAVID IC, KIMBHELU

race, deep well, two blocks nt.15It. '.II..t. Plaintiffs "tendani DefendantNOTICB

from accredited school, four TUB STAT15 OK KLOIUPA, sad u. fcOIKH OK sLiT OK SLIT
A. SANDEHS also known at TUB liT A Till OK "'LOIt IIJA.-Tol
blocks from stores 'h. Taxpay.ra Proust? Own.r. John A. Manileri l 0ltia THE STATE OK I'LORID4-TO.
centralheatlnc ) and BETTY; WISKMIOLUKI!
l FOB RENTI Two bedroom, one and CI'' ..':. of the .County. ..fClev ANDjCKa (al., known a. Bettty Marlon, North Carolina I AVIL B KIMBHfcLL.
and air conditioning- bath trailer with added Inrhldlnl non rrebl.nIeowning Kelly. yu AHW iiKUKur NOT n. .1.8.. Bus Sole
room property or aubjel toU APO 0'llllMiiW
A real livable home. IUI Plain- on Urge lot four miles north.. >*llon th.r.ln. D.tendanls AO-rl\:1Q: OK Sill .KlKU.alnat hat you a I.cult the haa.buv.ben.nUtl.d filedo TORTS NEW TORIC

field Avenne, Ora.,. Park. of GCS. Phone 84-J7J after Reppond.naONUEB TUB 8TAIK1 OK KLOH1UA-TOl ..... and you are hereby r.- YOU ARM HERKUT-NOTIFIED
CaU IS4-40JJ or ....... I TO SHOW CAt'IK Betty L'Sender., also known o ''rd to **rv. upon planlUfldreta (hat a suit hue teen filed realest.
pm l-lf-tte TO THIS 8TATK Of ILOHIDA ae. Uelty Kelly I ettorn.r whose nanlt and .4. you I. the above .nllUad owed
.MSSteUYER'S Thai 8110 V 11:1\1.: l>KutamkOWNElut. lilt Prytama 8tret appear hereon. your written and you art hereby required le
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES -- lAXfAVk.Hd, ClT- New Orlana. iulilana dafeneea. If any to the bill nerve upon plalnlll"' stlorn y
FOB SALE OB BENT FOR RENT Trdkr.paeea, all lAk.NH AftU. O'l.HIItIlU..VII'oIJ: YOU ARM HhUKUV: : Notified' that of comvUInt. In eels ault copy whose name and .ddr... appear
Only : UH CUA1MINU Aftt UIUMT, a lull h.. been filed aualrot you of whhh la delivered to heron your written d.,.... .
3 POINT TYPE: (Thla I1zet'P' eight miles eat, facing Penney utilities available. Inquire at II TIN UK 1NTKKEST. INfKOfkHTV In th* above entitled oaus and Jjr,jr' h, on or before HepteniberHerein you It any tc the bill of eomplalal
) Pint insertion, up Farms Green : TO tiki At f EOTk.U that you are hereby required to Do "Ii. 'In gold suit ropy of which le
CARD OP THANKS, and golf eoIII'''. Two bedroom Cove Curb Market, ; UK THhJ 18HUANCK: UY the your anewer wth th* Clerk fall not or d.",.. pre dellver.d'' to you herewlih, on or
to 30 word for $1.50, allover IN house, furnished, Including 10S4 N. Magnolia, DCS SHE HOARD or fV.ULlCINwl oj Ibis Court and tc *.n. a moor oon-feaao llr . avalnat b.fore $.pUmber TAD, IMI.4
30 at 50 word. Additional MEMORIAM: Up to 80 'RUCTION OK LAY thereof coon th* plalntlffe attorney yen for th. .11.rn prayed In the Herein fail not or deorte pre
per appliances, $65 0, or will $-ll-4tp COUNTY FLORIDA OK TUB: who" name and addr*.. bill or rom"I.ln1'11111 \, eonfMao will he eniered a.sleet
consecutive Insertions words for $1410. all over 30 rent at $ : : 1IKHEINAK1KH&OHH : : nrw4ck Andenon BEING: boll 111"orc. bill of ecmpUInt
minimum of $1.20: all at Bo per word. deep. Osage Elwood Johnson FOR RENT Furnished Apartment PAKT1CULAKLY UKH.IUUKI P;, O. hoe IIIlMn WITNESS my hand and l tht TIIIC NATI/Iue 0. lAID SUIT
30 .words at 4o <.' OK TO UN IN ANY Cove Springs Vlorld seal of cell Court at Or.., BKINIi YlHI OlYorr.
over per OCS phone IS4-P9S1. or call at soluble for two Christian WAY AKKkCTUD: TUHHKUYlo: : not .iJIl than rnuhmbrl0 i Cove pringn' .. Klrvrlda, thli WITNESS my hand and the
word. 115 Sooth Magnolia, opposite adults. At very attractiverate. tOil sod auk of You a" .hr.pY .. A;'if D 19Th d.y or A 11..1. All sal or call. Court al Green. Cora
r."lIlr.d 'u Ih. In" you all to do to. decree tell
apP' f. pro Snninga Florida.
: ADVERTISING: Tarn HIlL s-Se-tfe TeL X84-BJ41. l-tl-Ste dev 01 III"PI.mll.r. UU. at I.Sa confveeo rTt asalnit : (SEL: ..t A 1l. l1/L thle 'n4 cia,
1 POINT TYPE i Pint Invention $1.40 unlock P.MM i..t\\: the lIrcwt you for the demanded: In l.onolC I.. CAHUHLH.' 11SALj
per e
ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES Court of n, Ylorldaat Ik complaint. Clerk circuit Court IlICORaIIO L CAItUILIQ
(This sizo type) First Inch; each additional Insertion HELP WANTED lb. inset Houle In Green Th. nature of laid, pull bets' lly Vivian H, Sohnt 1'l.rk Circuit Court ,
ChUdrea school.? If yea hare Cove 1II"nll" Ylurlda and .IIOW for th* foreclosure of menses Clerk hrt, 1'c
nsertion to 30 ecu.e whY Its or Ih. nrumbcrlnir the J. c. J\: pl "
up $ .80 Inch few eraser property l'.p..t" l'lork
per ; or as a extra hoars sell Avon i'.Utlra riled la 0's about en. '.n>lee* located. I le Clay County, Attorney for Plaintiff
words for 3.00, all over required by Statute. Cosmetics. Write Mrs. Onlda SALES WORK Excellent ((tied roo..dlne should not tlorlcta. di-a rlbl aa follow! "."i.T9.sV ltorn.y dfor Plaintiff l
and the C.rLIno.lee ( The set t. feet pQ
lot 4. Horn 441reen Add.u
:10 at lOo per word. Ad- Sweat P.O.IIo. 417, Lire Oat opportunity for semi-"'n_ d..orlbed lhenln Illork II Oreen Covi Rprlns: Cure lIrln... Florida link '
Florida. and th. Drooeedlnse' aulhorlalnif .Mordlna- to plat reoorUe In 1.11.4tpiv IIr..n ViceliurlnmFlorida
litional consecutive in retired man or woman to the IMIMHO thereof validatedand Plat Hook I. I, puMId 11111 A
READING NOTICES: Per oonrirmed, said o.rtlf!...!.. rerorda of Clay County, doIviTNEM TUB C'.RCI"T C'OI'lt1' ..1410KOTICH
onions, minimum of _1III.rnm.-1[ call on business houses in of ONK MILLION 0. CLAY: l:01: "STY. P'LONIlA
lM>LLAltf of Crtlflual of In- m. hand and the n 'II"C'IIII"
-:.t0 ; all over 30 words line, 25c.DEADLINE. Clay County area. Expenses : of Th* U".ar1 of Pub- past .f acid Court at Green Cave ... .1\....." OK APPI.ICATIOKI
llo tnntructlrn of Clay I County, srA .. th" 'r4 day IIH141O: r. &Iv11:1.4: "'UM T,'X IIKKU.NWTICH : :
it 80 per word.LASStTIED plus liberal commis- Klorldt.daUd' ptmbr 1. HIS, '' ,.,r'riir i'l.lhtll'ICV l' HKItEHT GIVEN
maturlns ..,I.lly on Y.plenrb.r tCOUUT. IIRAI I.) ThAT S. It
Rtons. Must have car. Fullor I I. of each of the ,Mri OKOnnifl E t. CATtLTKLR' e'tnwELL I. the holder of TILUNUIIAMT the folluwla
DISPLA r: Per : Noon Tuesday "II Ibro..." Ilex. both Ind..*. Clerk of Clrniilt Court Defendant :'*" "lt and IU : i3*
.f/rU" "* >
olumn Inch. 140. No dlak preceding publication date rni rlNG part-time work. Interesting .lv., bearlnv lntrit. .,abU O.v Cnuntv, rirrlda _l I'ItITlI'tj OK St"ITthat ".Ulloal. fur a tai deed|to eel be
_. vml-aiinually at aurh ral. aihall Ijvi ilrar I. CarlliU TIIIII 'rA rN or, "'I.oUILIA-Tol UeueU thereon. '1.... certificate
sales service work. .i.. determined ..1..1.Iher.o' r>. CUrk :
unts.Eg of Thursday. upon the PUty NVA ItOW.I.L: number and year of 1"00"
> not In event exceed.Inn *-l4trhwKorirn 1I..ld.n"
Write any l'nknllwn deaorlvtion of property Sad the
fully to "Sales", five per rent U'IU, c more YOU AIIIII 1111:1111:11': Nt'f't'trltm I naate in which ae*.eed
. . . . . . - . . P.O. particular deerrlutlon or laid a sell Iou hewn filed atainet ar* aa
Box: 578 OCS tfo OK 'ceMlfloate:;
certificate belns ronlal .d In\TIOM loll In entitled No. II
ALE l Thru bedroom IFOR SALES 1-bedroom brick the Petition filed In tb pro.. row TAI I 1&:1111TI : and "Jh\or required eases to Year c Ueuano July I. till
CALL THE CRESCENT eeedlni. NOTICM 1* IIKIIKBT: GIVEN carve upon. iilalnllff Mam faI. which seeuealIl.n
floor for house I lots0' HT rath.Vlthln attorney
carport on x
1.0NIC ANn ClltoJlnlCo: at JUANITA IINN1111 whoe .
HELP WANTED Crab plrkers.Etprrlenced name and .d4,... annear. % Auatln
air conditioner In- \ city limits on X. St JACKWNVIU.H I'l'VAL' Ccuntv. la the holdup of the foltowlns INreon 5041 anti", defelaea. IWairlplloni I Fan of Lot I.
preferred, but notIMftaar Horl.ta. thin lom day of J.Jimrl'"lV' end h" tiled cat'" If any to the bill of eomplalnt Illwk. II ,Norl h duhurha a*
Good location. AU Cy- Johns Arena Will leD farnlkhed PHONE: 284.3166 ,. Apply at Mettalf Auiu.l. IMIH'HiKiKii .j. WAYimtnirr Issued. a tam' d..rilfi'atl In old aull, copy of whJrh la recorded In Heel Hook (I, pace
Idle-. irmlibed. th.rwn. 1 h. delivered a herewith 44 llerrlana M/l
Corner of or Far ls you tin
.1tIINF: TUB I ruu-riT number and
Crab C... State Road 12.Orongedalo pear of leiiiane, rr hefor flenlember' II, A II. IKft, fertirii'ate No M
Highland Ana. fornutio' phone 114-JIM or ( )IIICIAiOC111'l'M' I't 1I'ltTIIJ deaerlptlon of properly and the Herein tail not Year of l.u.tir July I. IMI
or Ueore
l-tllte or" FIJIlllt name In which a..*..*d era ae ronfeaeo will h pro In which'
7-U-tfa 1231. 'sue r-'n---' >A. IN ANU boll CLAY tog/I..I.;:/' tOil for the relief* entered prayed acalnul In the NHsine Ma. kreenwn
I'OCNTT Nn. B4 of romiilalnt I'eerlpllon! Part of tot T.
MISCELLANEOUS l-tl-ltrtiri y.*, of iHunno July I, loll TUN NATfliK\. Or Hlock H, North luliurli a*
Mam* In whli h .......41 BKINll FOIL MVOUCB.ovl.WorthrvUh'r'J SAID SUIT reornlad In Ue.A Hook 41, pace
Haiti Ma lor 111
OTKH or APPtlCATIOIrilK 1'ee.rlnilunj' Part of Lot I Cerllflrat* Not
TAx l>>>k.KUNOTICU ; iJlook
II. Muburba Year of I.euanc July,
. I Nborlhlll bound rpnuie, I'IerlIs, till
GUIDEONDITIONINO planned long dUUnr morlng IS HKIIKUr GIVEN f North .. .
THAT Jnr Imneella .
-Sanltlied" In UUNALU fcJ. WOOLAIll 'J1" .M Mouth by John 1$1051.1HNOIt11N II Htevena
vans. Clay : the huld.r of IMollowin ..n'r recorded:; Wa.hlniton Lane, : I. CJl.rH lieecrliilloni' NH Quarter of lab
County contact Wllda T. Run : and a In Deed: Uonk 11, t Irvult Court CAIIMMLR, I lilook III, North Muburba,
certmcaiVTor V7aadd"liriMileeueil ace. III omens part regard. I part lo William" ,
x cell, real Slats. 7" N. Oraage thereun The aerlltical, :* o,1, .In heed hook IL pa>. /,. l llv>enutv dons I M, Carllal. Certificate Nn II N
BEVERAGES "BEAL ESTATE Avenue Green Cove number and pear of laauanr, All "' sell'( '."' >.rty belni In RltNkMT Ulerk, Year of leiuanc July ,
Sprint J JACOIIH, ::411111
d.Mrl tlon of property and th. the tile of Green Cove DprlniM, Attorney Nam 'in which ... .
Phone 314-1411. In which aaawied are a* Vlnrlaa.Itnlem, Artilroeei fcr Plaintiff Wllll Mae Freeman
nallme '! ouch. terminate ihall tieaiirlpiMmt' let t, Slash Q.
MILBERGER TWIN REALTY s-I,.','. Certlflrat No I tie redeemed aooordln* to law JM'h.nnvllle toi.Law Kirhani. HnlMInc "hand.. Plat
PAUL'SAfl Year of leeuano* July I. IMI the property ......'lb. 'In enrh. | riorlda III.4IOM All I nf aald nperty kelnaIn
Nam In whlrh rerllflaal. shall he enld t* th* HIM ('III 1TY the. city I of *lre.n Cov Svrinca
EFRIGERATION Undo! T, Neil Palm* llroadiaatlns:.adterpo. 1il>ht bidder: at the' City I Mall loinr JIIKIWS lnrlda
M *'II
CHURCH NOTICES ration Scar at Moo: A. .. nn th* flrel Unleea such cerllflnale hall
Realtor .o I. t. It II Tueaday after she flrit Monday CLAY (toiinrv} "'.IIK''''. be redeemed arroritln I* law,
legal Beverages ,/. I:tI'm.t., : .. KI credo In lh* month of Menlemher. 111whlrh In 111, Relai Kilo riS the property ri rrhd eurkoorllflratea .
SERVICE RENTAL tAUU CHRISTIAN SCIEIYCRIOCIETT llelnkl. a* r*., Ied {I" lh. Till day rl Septem. lilt of will be .tI'to j;
a Y A N
'* ACREAGE tonBoaldesitW tleok II pens |rd'1Ia ., AY.nni. bee, IPIV, JKNMNUS.a'ofrrw hlaheel Hdd.r at th* Clly stall"
'Ilnel HHen' f.liner ". .
.n if at I* 0A M nn She flrel
... .. ... OpenAMNIA.M. rtsiaaaf lilE Cor. E. llenton 'L AN. All of old prrperly ...In, In Clerk of th. Cite af To .all ... iNKiirrons: I Tuceda' after the first Monrfay
C..dU/.deb N.. .. > th* City *f tire. Cove Sprmje, Orn Love Sorln .. Florida .d lIu" and all ...ra... I monlh of Dealemker, III*,
... ....... SI.'IN ........ havln clarrna ur demana > which
dsiria4Borvlag Magnolia Are rlnrlda.. .. ..I" ....... *a* nYou. I I. the Tlh day f f "optem.
t 8. Palmetto. Streetloss. Unlei* seek earl If kale* hall II., SCSI
Daval County line Greater flay Gall GREEN: COVE SPRINGS h* redeemed aaeordlnc law hereby eel; ash of ': a7"rien\ Xeltner '
s Phone 114MHi the property described It: inchrertlflr.le j II :TUN CINt11 I'01 NT. are notified end r.gulrnl Clerk of the nty of
North of PartBOATS Notary PsbBe ....
Orange In .
FLORIDA shall be mM to the KOI Hill It lilt /'IN MT .nl any 'Ie"... and 4e linen Care *nrln.*. KlorKa
..*.. Phone t$4SII PBONKOffko hlah.., bidder al the City Mull OK" KIOHIII l> Ale, VON mend. which you 0' elthe, .r ..I.lie
August 2', 1061 Ana, al I* /e AM. on Ik' rim II.AIT I'ni >TNo. \' Inu' met Acocci,lllrl to .1
IM-lftt Tueedar after th* first Mandky aVIOS..t DUI.U. Me of S. IIIIIAN JKNNlN'Il:
LiANCESAPPLIANCE Subject In the month of SVpt.mlir IIiA, IN UK drneu.4 late fo.('hr (:fI.t
I {
a Orange Are S. at Bay It which I in |h. ilk day cl " 1'.11110." .' THOMAS HARt.atul Klurlda. lo she l.urtI.uu.: ti.
"Christ Jesui" Clay I'nunty teensy ,
frv 0.... O ro SpitenITIIOUTCBY l'lIlClOJ WANHA iaA. In Ireon Jj'ove Uprinae I ClaynUnty
SPlan fellnerflerk
e'IIVNK: : hi. ,* wife. ( .
INLET MARIN cordial Invitation .Is extended f the MOIMM wllnln ell 1
SERVICE Spr' 111 APCrUH mom he from the data of
she first I
Oreea Cove riorld
to sllend oar services. TIIKMTATMOK KlnillliA. _tol ttuMlnallon -.n -
..... t Ibis nrtI.1 1.
AD Brands KIINkMT; W ; ,ThN l : ;
We Repair -. : | et Knrh claim demand mud
and : S
BoatyardMEBCTBT known end: TIMBER
end b* In wrlinv
mat elsie the
Servicing Clay Coal TO ** ."''H vv! Hlnn. lll"Mran. PU'.. of ,..Id.n... and
A Z : poel.
For Shorn Tears UPHOLSTERY . Trier. fe a*. .ffl,,,* .d,'"..* of Ike rlalmanland I DAISY FARMS

nil Park Ph. 1I.'saULLERTON'S SALES SEBY1CK lit MstnoBa Avenue Thinking of Real Estate? Yru Petition. ore h.hereby. .been notified flied In that Ih. ' muet he a worn I* hi hy* (at.tornav he. S RANCHES:
.. .. .lIlahlr :lirl"II
See'Y four fur ( 1., County, void
Cove IprinnPhone .
BOA MOTOEATBAItEBJWet .1.1. In fhanierv by Thumaa afrnrdin* .Ir law,
114-1714 \ arl Cheek and Wends Inia Raih;: rr*>.IMor chill d.llvr sn.. GENERAL FARMS
Dry SUceieMarine pA1tNE ) Cheek. hi. wife, for the. adoptionof fflilenl ronlee of hie rUlm In
FURNITURE: NI e minor chill of whom It I I. enable! the County Julie to mail,
14 N. Ormnto Ave. Wsys alleaed. raw ar* th* nelural falh'ed ene 10 Se,II pernenel Lone Terms , no
CANVAS 'WORK P r 51,4 tOil .re bench vstmand. I.1 ....
en Cote Sprints M4U1JED : U.s. HIGirWAT IT SOUTH in ."P..' /In said. Court on .1.' .. ,She Ith day .f Auiuit, penalty on propaymentrrntKAL
BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS Thurso+r. th. jlrd day u( Kept, A' I. I'U,
Orange Park Phone 144.NilIN81BANCE I, SLIPCOVERS MADE ember A H I Ml. end chowehouM i: Jrx.Nivnii.! a LAND,
'OUN'11NO r..... It ac, why esA, caution : I Jll anj
"New furniture' nor In* .,."../. HotlqNI| MANirllllslt| | ae BANK AAHOCIATIOMof :
REALTORFINANCING WITMKM. ntr hand and ...1! Kieritton of the Las Will anj
[ ACCOUNTINGTAX with the OU Comfort of cell, Tourl ,l llreen Cave ZWlFKdW"JKN. nalaesvllle
d., f'
A"MrJr.: :
C. A.IHMMELBAXLEY Vv:7.i.J"ltlh TAI.I.INll ANr.llr / MARSh 4111 '.W. Ilia Itreel
AND Hill'IIT HrAIlOerk I if William, MarrAltorneya
of run fllin-IT ('''l'nT fry Ih. Phone STo-1414
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lisle Kennel.llwner & PRIME PROPERTIESARE li*,ul, Clerk .. KlnrMa'
Orange Are. Green Core peclal AfetlaOTre.awe

TeL $14.0711rsonalized wllk hued ......*t 14M "... Mlewlti. A.....
Se"ice.rcountin Complete Iaate Coverage Rat. Box II , ,

IB un FlU AOTO I Those M4-3MI CONED!' rOB BL'IIXESfti Mr-Building and property ad 1, JD1 !''R'hlbga.

.\ < b Tax HOVfEOWlfXRS: Oroesi Core Spvtogt jacent to Ulnit Market on Highway 11 (3) .
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Returns UORTOAOX LOANS .... Mpib. t. .... M IN .asp > feet on 0. .. 17 Noah just outside city limit.;
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Firms & ....... Grays Cove ....uu ...... ....., .-..4a >.- properties available; (4) Two adjoining properties 2BEALESTATE 'I

Individual JackaearrfDo 3I3-UU e... .... 1.ea......... ../eau... of 100 each on Grants Avenue South, adjacent to VT.W

RESIDENTIAL: PBOPEBTTl m Three bedroom house,

tN a thai rfpbme MILK DfUVEBT TOTAL PICKET arVKtiiiPBEE A two baths, at 219 W. Bay Street; ((3) Three bedroom F

UlEY'SrtOBCDA M1TMATEI DEUVEBT house, one bath at ITT Bt Johns Are.; (Ii Three bedroom RESIDENTIAL Il

house, IH baths, at M3 Bt. Johns Ave.; (t. Two

TKADtB W.D. Morris bedroom brick, ono bath double lot at HIT Bt Johns INDUSTRIAL

Cow Ipglae, flM Two bedroom concrete block, on Highway IT '

I. P 1.R .. 'I'lL NIUSus. MatrtboierAllJmty TRY A SMALL AD Booth, near. county line; ("> Two e three bedroom, I ESTATE

se. g Osama.TOLSS4SS44 2-bath. 3- tory frame house at 11411 Idlewtld Ave., **- ACREAGE ,

Milk Cellent price. en Pour-bedroom frame hone .In Penney

ann Park- i' FOR Parmi. one acre lot. RENTALS M

.*!_* Boa* Tst 2/4-.., FN WATEBntONT PBOPEBTTl m Three-bedroom horn*, r AtS'

,'honTilJe within and outside city limit; e2) RIverfront ilte within ; ,lUS11C dl c.-.. ... HOME DELIVERYCALL BIG RESULTS city limits. Ideal for etchislv apartment development. : O T A R J "WI HArt THI tlYS

'I'lL nt-11M I 3M.$ Square feet with nor available; 43)) Home on TO Tour HEW Hour 1

[I TRADE HI AKTTBUraor 1 4-H4. or 12/-31 N I wheels, with Plorid room addition, on nice lot off MT PEACE

J I Florence Cove.PABJf .

Pint EQUIPMENT: rt'11\fflU PBDTTED VCPPUESWe LOT of varyinc ....., within and outside 'I' ilda Russell

city ilmlta.FINANCING. ,
AXZBICAM SJE BASK rntXTrCBI CO. give .Is now available.TWIN ,
PwrattvoCavprtlaaT best posKbto. job EGISTEIED ZEAL ESTATE IftOKIR
OrrtCE .t'PrLy' co. .,.,...... on your printing. NOTARY rUHIC JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

..%o-12 E. Jones ft. Owner o..n..... n- .........p Our earl.wit! REALTY Dial 284-9481 If NO ANiwA rti

SOfU Km mil Bird.KT I pleas '". and ,,/ olAt uauu '

Specialists 'HbttnGII 1-ttlt oar prices wffl be 70N. ORANGE
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ODte and Jeeepb L ...... sad trkm CUloaiWrty ,

Offlea tqalpment: Try a ClaeoifW Ad US POll ALL Bay Ik at V. B. IT. tooth Ce-eeai Cove SprlMfS I''

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: .moo SLp 1q Swwl L As A Matter Of Fact II I Around By HUGH and'my SMITH old-About T-Bird and' mad .. -

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8y Dorot enough to pay for all the coffee . .

Sf Owem r everybody drank, with salaries ''BY'DICK'WOLFF r

____ n Congressman D. R. Matthew., In an address prepared for for at least three mechan When Gallup, the famous pollster asked American where they

One of our favorite forma of the I'' the Florida Association of Soil and Water Conservation lea Jim Dandy took Ed Tay like to spend vacations, four of every ten picked the seashore
During holiday 1
like the of the ebb tide, U there Ir
winter hospitality Is to offer District Supervisors at their 20th Annual Meeting In Jacksonville The attraction of the sea pull
was happy to
the new lor's side because Jim was the sea means big water bigfish, and the
all of us. To fishermen,
guests something "new and dif Speedy Twin-Pack of Alka-Seltcer. tomorrow, emphasized the "constant challenge of
ferent" In the way of refresh It's a dispenser box will soil conservation. In the Navy with m* and just anticipation of hooking into a under two-pound flounder or. a 200-pound
shark Either can be hiding same ripple.So
is ments. This year General Foods tablets packaged by twos In foil Active In the successful effort to restore $100 million for could be again tong a* mankind is adventurous, men Win turn toward uncharted
lending us a helping hand with packets. The Individual packets soil conservation In this year's agricultural appropriations t 1 frontiers. Today, tile sea is about the only one left. That'i
Its new unsweetened chocolate assure you that the tablet will purposes Wen the day am 49 years
Increases la salt water fUhurrun. Today
flavor product Bakers RedlBlend. keep dry and fresh.They're very: Matthews warned if we do not conserve our soil old is getting on, so X start I one reason one-third for of the the recent angling fraternity about awrea fjaflllw -
This very: convenient handy to pop Into your packet and water resources, our nation will perish. I 1st
find their fishing: pleasure
product comes In eight one-ounce or purse. And the price is about back to Spring Motors as I''
The veteran Florida congressman emphasized we have salt water. It's America's fastest I
packets (eight to a carton) and the same I as for the familial needed for do not like.Wally beasting upon sport, and by I98O,
eliminates all measuring and glass tube. only a reserve of 50 million acres of land not growing \

melting; just tear oft the marked actual agricultural production, and we are losing annuallyone me for lolly-gagging the there should be 15 million followers l t, 9
HUGH SMITII of the salt spray.
end of a packet and roll up the million acres of land because of spreading suburbs, whole day away, running my Serious fresh water anglers
Now that the
other end Holidays are
tube of paste as you. ;would every: roll drop up of a over, I was searching the supermarket erosion and the Increased Industrialization of America. "To the wise man, each day mouth and the overhead, neither are trying the sea and liking it, ; b

the unsweetened chocolate will for change-of pace Ideas Allied to the problem In America Is the world-wide problem is a new life!" of which is making any money In salt water they find the semi -

be easily squeezed out. Special i and hit upon one that pleased of over-population with an annual population increaseof 20 I challenged as In fresh only! --
On August Just past, tackle
Salt water ,
that of them.
note: do keep this us all duckling. After the big can be spent more
product at. 2 per cent and an Increase In food production of only I vast
matched destiny for 17,895 too, has undergone changesin
meals of Thanksgiving Christma
room temperature. If It seem As I turn into "Bag" lot
cent my .
per per year.Matthews last dozen or so
the year
cold simply hold the unopened and New Yean, it was delightfully beers. I won the toss.
packet under hot water for a : different When pr. emphasized that we need every acre of land At daylight the Master Burch Stump wheels in behind Th old giant winch reels and ..

E few momenta until the contents pared correctly (and it's really we have in America to guarantee our security in a rapidly me, jumps out of his car, I Replacing: : pole rods are gone.
are soft quite simple), duckling is a world. Craftsman made a sky of purple them are llghtwcfghtbut .
T .very delicate I flavorful food, whichI'm changing and gold starting from the offers me his band and says powerful hollow fiberglass ,. 'o-
T sure family will nicea rm looking great; how does he i rods and precision-made, cor
Treat your guests to a ChocoS your savor teenagers Echle side of the river, as
late Glazed Cake bought or as much as mine did. I found More than 30,000 In driver-education classesof birthday present M any king look I tell him he looks fine, I rosion-resistant reel' that give everybody a porUng chance -
"South Shore" brand Long Island 780 high schools across the country will drive more even the fish
B homemade It will be extra and he says he appreciates my
ever got.There. When it comes to fish, the sea offers up almost Infinite variety
C special with this easy Glue: duckling to be of excellent safely this Labor Day week-end because of what they've saying so. Burch says he does I One stretch of southern coast boasts ISO different species, with an

S Blend together' 1 cup sifted con- quality.After. -. -. learned from new Instructional films. was- more- gold-than- a n't want anything: ; lie hopes I additional kinds off-shore. The in-.hore fish almost cover the

C Bakers fectloner sugar, 1 packet Eight 4-minute, "single concept" films illustrate many caravan of camels could carry have a good day; and goodbye alphabet from albacore to yellow snapper, and Include gamester*
[ Eedl-Blend Unsweetenede thawing, place on rack points In driver education that are difficult to teach in the and the dew-washed breeze like bonefish barracuda, sea trout, and bonito Tailor-made for
Chocolate Flavor for Baking and until tonight. '
In routing pan, but don't cover. that gently rippled the river young anglers are the flounder. snapper, blackflsh, mackerel
_; 2 or 3 tablespoons (about) hot classroom or on the road. They deal with such situationsas My phone X
Do not add water. Roast in pre rings just as step and that abound along shoreline reefs, jettiea, break-
milk.A French whisk makes this heated oven at 325 for 3 hours how to cope with driving emergencies techniques of free. smelled better than all the Into the office. It Is Duncan e\f.h:: and bridges.

= easy recipe. even ended tor a 4 to I 6) Ib. duckling. The way driving, and technical points such as physical forces precious scents bottled since wanting to know where is my It you've a hankering deep water giants, just forget about,
bird Is done when the leg moves Involved in car operation. time began tackle. Charter boat captains an happy to provide the heavy
for The Crescent.
During this season when the easily. The most Important thingto copy needed.
budget is likely: to be a bit remember Is to remove the Produced by American Oil Co. In cooperation with the At breakfast, Grandma, my "Have It here in my hand," equipment But for most fishing along the salt water shoreline, good quality

trained, everyone seems to be drippings from the pan every National Commission on Safety Education (a branch of two St. Bernard sons and my t say, "And I thank you' for being fresh water gear may be Bied. A seven-foot medium-action spinning -

especially conscious of good 15.20 minute during cooking.For the National Education Assn.), the films come with a complete bride of many years stood around the day X am 49 rod like the Garcla-Conoton 2032 and Mitchell 400 fast-

buys. And except: for one who instructional package which Includes teacher's guidebook around making cracks about my old. If haven triedIt retrieve spinning reel make a solid outfit The Ambassadeur
likes carrot tops for her pet rears you 6000 bait-casting reel or Abu SHOO baitcastingreel, mounted on
rabbit the neighbors pretty For a different stuffing, use and student pamphlets age.The ; don't knock It It's a great a medium-action rod with offset reel seat also provide at good rig
much agree with the USDA that peeled, quartered apples, celerycut kids decided between Urn to be alfver Generally speaking, lines should tie> heavier than for fresh. water

fresh produce that' bagged or In good sized pieces, and Wallace Milton, 36, of the Florida Forest Service has them it was time I was licked. "Well I have tried it, and with planty: of tacking. This Is just In case a MX one tt hooked.
Alm-wrappo I* usually the best onion cut in eighths And for an They decided .neither one of Even the strongest 30-pound striped bass running straight out
the Service's IH knock it If I damn well
consumer buy. The reason seems added treat, pour over the bird been promoted to area supervisor of cooperative against the tightened drag of a light reel /will Ur after a hundred:
them could do It separately and
J to be that It has more protection halt a can of undiluted orange forest management program. It Is a newly created position ' please," he snarl "What's yard.

d from bruising and from being juice concentrate (frozen orange which,will cover Clay County. maybe not together unless more, I'm 53, not 49. I'm In A* In fresh water, the most successful salt fishermen are the

picked over at the market juice) 15 minutes before done. Milton will work from the FFS District Three' headquarters they stood behind the front the doghouse with Elizabeth; beat students. They study the fishestheir" movements and f let.
Which keeps it la top shape You'll have the most delicious! door and sucker-puahed me ing habits and serve up the right bait at the right Urn in
activities of rn
In Lake City. He will coordinate the got a hangover; Johnny
lor ui. crisp skin you've ever tasted Lust the right; way.MAKE .
when I in from work,
ten FFS Farm Foresters who work the northeast section of came broke his thumb; and my car

Florida assisting landowners with reforestation activities. thinking about not much and wont start"

I A 105S forestry graduate of the University of Florida, half shot down. "'Duncan.1* I say "Have a SURE YOU GET THE STORY

Milton has been a farm forester In Hastings since joiningthe Which was their way of say good day I"

I Service four years ago Inc they liked me and were EIGHT AT THE RIGHT TIME
ESEE glad I was around. This Is t

scratch In the till; wheat 'In .
YOU AT An opportunity for Clay County residents to offer their the bin. LEGAL norm SUBSCRIBE TO THE CRESCENT

abilities to the Peace Corps will come at 9 A.M., Saturday
the X
During morning wan 11 TUB CIRCUIT COtkTPITile
II at the Post Office Building In Jacksonville. ,
September dered around town collecting rOUKTH nolC; "
The opportunity Is the Peace Corps Placement Test C.R""ITb" ANU COB CLAY;
presents. ; PLOUUA. UBOAS. ....ICII.11'I s
l which is not passed or failed and you can't study for It. Our OHANCSBMV. '
Baxter Williams let me Inter.
It measures general aptitude and the ability to learn a lang rupt his bookkeeping for a big N* S4-SS4I Tall CIBCUT: : : coral: O. PARTRIDGEWELL
uage. If, for example, test scores Indicate limited language WILTON VIOS SV4JSICKI .. .... CLAY couNTt.' rl.OtUll41M
IfEchie's, hello, a bigger grin and an !""U, coenvy' a ....p.a.U.4PlalatltI CStAaCKKKJta. <<
acquiring ability, the Peace Corps tries to place the applicant honest appraisal from Ms Mediterranean ot-IOa-U '

.' In an English-speaking arm The test Is used by the ya, that lead me to aausaag P. roeamiasras a.d JEAN RKBBCCA COOFXB.:
ruuaiiu DRILLING
J Peace Corps only as a tool In the matching of Volunteers seas U rOHSIBVNBSa.. ... ......
believe he will tolerate me one
and Jobs The Peace Corps application Is the most important more year In' his life It I behave MANMI.. .... ... : COOTCR.tXfoadaat : .
IN Indicator of suitability for Peace Corps service. It Baxter rSSANdta RAmKtr' kt* VII*,.' I. HOTicm or sire COMPANY
myself Although .
D.teedantwovlca* THa BTATB OF rLuIUV AT 11 .
must be filled out and brought to the exam unless previously does not know it Is my birthday Or Sl'IT usury Loo CoopofVoilaad rasa saes2"TMRUV
Nock. North' Carolina
submitted. I appreciate his present TO Roabea F. FoalMMi and YOU ARK HEREBY: NOTIFLKD
ORANGEDALEWhere Applicants should plan on about one and a halt hours I knock the door glary U Foibtnmr. alt wit that a wilt bas boa filed. a* !
I on ... .; ..
at the testing centers, unless they wish to take the Spanish at the city office, Ben ZeOner 11......Uaks.esLest AWe.esalMaeket roe la post the are abort hereto'.eitl.d r"uli4 easeand to WOC AM AKTBtAM WtUl
achievement test which requires an ar..e carte anon plaintiff I a.UarnaywkoM
or French language ,
does not motion me In. He gets P.rkaal.. P..eaylvaela. urn and & additional hour. up and opens the door like I W..., Rankln. u4 .,c.r written, d.,......, I lbwlwg Wel ,g. wlle
France. tunkln. ku wlfHMfcUnc tt an,. to the Mil of oinplalni
am visiting nobility or com Unknown In MM lalu oor .( whisk. l.
Tut. R....... r. Fo b.nn.. ..11"..... |. yea ....." .., on er ELECTRIC PUMPS I
to return a loan. We chat a few and Mere U FotbsnMr. his wC before .opt.mtH. II. A.r* Hit
minutes, and I leave with the and WnUr Rankle. and Fru H...*,. fall noC or d cro pro
? .
f CM Raakln. bU wll. are kerehy eonfMB* will ... (.,.... ...ln.l WATER SYSTEMS
-- The Best People Meet feeling that Ben stuff a hundred netltlc. that a eompUlnl !.' bill for t.... outlet prajrodl la tae.
: all! a certain wrlos* cth of itomplalatTHB
dollar In pocket,
my CoUowlnadnrrltod I reel prw' NATURB Or SAID SUIT
In ones .arty. !..wllt! BEINO FOR DfVOHCTC.WITNUM f. H. A. TERMS
lx>t Kir. (I), Block On* (1MSUbOWBMOOIC ) : HIT kind said tfco
casrLE At the bank, J. P. and John UNIT I. peal of ..'. Cacti at Ur._
Invite me back for coffee and nrcotdln t. FUI recorded tn love Harlaca Florida. tile
PUt Book e. saes. T and ( lth day of Accuse, A. 1>
J of lh. eubllo rmrrd of CUr t541
talk.Tom Count riarldn.ta esxAr.tngOROR
FROM $100 TO YOU] Henry grins a welcome; .. bean tiled a..I..., you wad L CARTJELR
\ IIVINATOR refuses to lend me two dollars roe arc required to ..r". a eonsct Clark Clrmlt butt
your answer If nfeadlnn to the Br Vlvlun II. Sohmrwnntv
a until Saturday and suggests Iget '_DI.ln' ee Ik* nUlntlcr. altoreeve Clerk CAlL LONG DTSTANCIJe
I from John 11.rkk.. n..... YatesConrcv J. e MAPPAttornor
dollar .
apiece Hse He.
a ,
: A Ulbh* Ml Bail: Knr.rtk for PUlmlltAdifm <<
t Pt and JP.Both BtrMt. Jarktonirlllo... Florid *:
I, asher *, and rue Iko orlfflntl an- ..: u. hot 444Orue
e W assure me the loan .w.r or plMdln In the ocr I... of Ccn syrlnea ylnride 389-1438
HALF GALLON QUALITY HOMOGENIZED could have been negotiated 11 th. Clrk of the Circuit Cbvrt -II-ft.
t In and for Clay' Cheat,. Florid,
r minute earlier, but their dol. on or tote.. tb* ilk df of WWIM Of Ill I NATIONAL
had already (I..t......,.. b... You Road It in "WMt .Wilt ASSOCIATIONS '
t r Pho t M1. Jar.aplece allotment If yea fall Ir d. .. ]udmnlbv Say
'i been .pent, mostly on drfavlt will boo tka. a*.la.t S860 HYDI GROVE AVI.
von for the r.II.f dmandd InTMa'aotk' T1I1CRESCENT
doughnuts and coffee cake, and to. .

remember there waant but seventy cents each. week* shall fI,r four bo OublUbodone "n.....-
between them. U". .*...* la the Clay County

LOW MILK PRICES Down at the moneypatch, .1ONII......?:. AMP onncnrrt at II Lid Jour Clay County Property with -

where sell Fords Mr. Rev Oreea Cov irprlnaFlorida.
they ,
this 4th da* ..uU !.<..
Start at Castle Farms els and Bugger Booth otter mea ICUURT PCA t.\
t-I nxoRUs I.. CARtWLC. Frank W BrownI
r 1 chair and a cup of coffee Clerk of Circuit Court
Mr. Revels tells Charlie Waters Clay Oontr FWrid
C... din One. M. Carlisle
Oreea Siring.MADAM
SI Magnolia Ave about a car he thinks I will r*, ir Clerk a-.w

buy, and If I do not buy a car, |.S4teAtlv

to collect a dime from me for
a01'1C11 .
.. ONLY the coffee or tend m* to MUli- From Ibis day forward t wlU a1_. w .11.1. berlr -

BESSIE gan's from now on. act ko rooooaaibl for debt la,
Of course, Ed Taylor hasten ..r.... by aayon* olhor ,.... any IiM n 09alra ikeRFtkalr

$4.00 She will read your entire life ptut I to correct: this attitude by explaining Mtt.Harold W. Da* 1M.NN -

present and future. She asks no
Per week but will tell you what you want to I.

\ know, giving date and facts of business, I I
I Water I Ir
1 Temperature* I' love, health and family: affairs. Will AUTO LAFFS

J1 help you find lost art. TELL you whom II. I I
e Big FamIly-
If the one you
you will marry and when.
I SUe Capacity *
love is true what part of the country U I

i Lint niter luckiest for you, and what to dote- be i I

"....10 successful. Will reunite the separated '
% B doa't trade
Mlnuh"Automatic locate absent friends and relatives, and 'you 1

ri,4 w i___ cause happiness between man and wife. ,

viol J' rresuubbiega Makes up lover's quarrels. Tells, If sickness or bad luck U with we've both t

Me Ours natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Doe not till us,

but will tell the truth One visit will repay
to pleas you '
I ,, a. Wear Out
1 ,
for disappointments all others, I not only read your
f you lost !
(, a S.Year life like an open book, but I also help you out of your' \JIIUfT S'.Aa/YOU
Ollera"tH why are so unhappy why IntO' ani 1fTOf' TIfcs
e/ I TROUBLES. Come and see you

wliaKw everything seems to 10 wrong WIlY be sad and downhearted . and the beat place to '
=::. .
I raw C".:=- ::: J lIck and worried when you can THIS be helped GIFTED and get thote tires U txr*. StopIn VAN NESSNOW r

101 everything made clear by consulting today for the beet prie sIn

; J tr ,w a.r.w.r.e..wr. make house calls. Dont mistake the address MADAM ,
Orup Aft ...... 384/611-6143U GaI
BESSIE: 1* located north of Callahan on Hwy SOI. one- LARUE'SSERVICE

half mil from City of CALLAHAN. Fla. Phone ITO-USO.

Across the Street from SPORTSMAN klOTEX.

., t Fi/wC1'4 "RliM Ami" Geese Cave Spring* t Opea dally I axe to 10 pjn. Including Sunday I...... SM-IIM


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! : M H C & Penney Farms' Clay High's 1965 Hopefuls ,

, M Reporters MRS. HERBERT D. lITXVa. MWM Mt-f til "'

Rev. C. 8. Chalmers will T. H. Runjah Mrs. E. I* Ferris high school south of the Ma
i fa preacher at the 10:1: Mr. Lynn Sheldon, and Dr. sort and Dixon Line of which ,, kb
eJ I lp service, at the Penney A. David Thaeler Jr., sang "A Mr. Carr was the principal '
r. (rial Church next Sunday song In my heart." The lyrics i
In i, Oeorg Robert will were composed by Mrs. Owl- The Rev and Mrs. Calr Dal-
I1d h. j the Intercessory Prayer gart and the music by her klns, who were- touring the
Ing, Friday (tomorrow) at friend, Mary Hoffman. Mr*. South, topped at Memorial
II' | o'clock. Thaeler was the accompanist Home Community August 13.
'l" The service closed with the Mrs. Mary Storey discovered
e' pleasing program rich in singing of two stanzas of them aa they cam from their
- Int, 'wu presented last America" and on stanza of Scottle Trailer She and Mr,.
lay evening at 7 p.m. In the America, the BueatifuL"Silas Dalken. who also lived in Bradford
(angle by Mr, and Mrs. are very dear friends.
Swift-art. The entire serv Grace Kyle niece MarIan They spent a very pleasant' ,
,aI built around the topic and family, Dr, J, George weekend, visiting together i
Two Years at Piedmont H Thompson and daughter Rev. Dalkens, a retired Baptist b

I ge," This is a mission colas Nancy of College Station Texas minister and his wife left Monday l ........
I Demerest, Ga. located spent August\ 13.19, visiting "
morning for Houston, Texas This delicately textured Coffee-Nut Pudding has a built in coffco
],e mountains close to the In Penney Farm and sightseeing to visit a sort Later they sauce made with Instant decaffeinated coffee Regular grind decaf"
I boring states, Tennessee in Bt Augustine, Marine- will be In parts, Cal. where feinted coffee breed to full-bodied flavor is perfect: with it.
| North Carolina. Her. Mr land, and Silver Springs. Dr another son lives, and Mr
Swigart served, among Thompson teach engineeringand Storey has a grand-nephew. With a cWam-alate eehlng staff Clay were split In Iwo groups for these first CoBee-NiM Pudding
Ir activities as house par1 doe research In Texas Agricultural nifh'a football learn Is ping Into Its see pleUrte Show above. left to right lower t cup lifted all-purpose flour
1 for a croup of boys. and Mechanical Col- end week ef practice fee the INS season. sews Wayne Denmark. Len Caster Ronnie li cup sugar
\J' devotional service began leg*, Mrs Adolph Home formerly Gary D Spree, newly turned bead coach Heath, Ray Single, Hugh Bonds, Brian 2 teaspoons double.Ktinf bating- powder
the audience singing IOU of Long Island N. Y. has this week expressed himself as optimistic at Wright and Patrick Young. Upper row I 1 1 teaspoon JIlt
this spring erected a new home the team's eotleek far aa It-gam season Edward PukL Gary Rldaoiht, Richard Prin. U cup milk .
heart keeps right" and Mrs Noel C. Carr was made 2 tablespoons butter melted
In Beverly Kill at Lacanto Paul Saunders, David
11 with ale John Spearman
Lhten the where starting ea Sept an penlng game
happy August 16 by friends Fla. She has been a guest of Robert WUUamoon Vi teaspoon vanilla
Burahalter, James LnmpkU.
at Palalka and ending Net 14 (the day
I selected because U walnuts
are theyfavorites from Chattanooga and Jacksonville cup chopped
'r Mrs Charles & Wright of th.Quadr.nel. before Thanksgiving) with a home game and Athletic director Gary D.Spec. .
of the boys
who paid her a surprise ..
Scripture reading was visit They were Mr and Mrs against Orange Park. Member .f the "nad ', 1 cup boiling water
| 121.illowlng. ,M cup corn syrup
m A. J. Vertle, their daughter Mr and Mrs. Henry Barley i 2 tablespoons Instant Sank Cone
Mrs. Bwlgart Mrs. Morgan M Smoak, who of Hustle Fuw, and Mrs. W. R. 2 tlble'poon"uar
Y Mr. Swigart snowed col.y .
teaches In and
L. Blaylock Of Jacksonville and salt Add
Sift together flour 11 uar.lhe baking powder
slides the
of school
and her
two daughters Marcia and spent the Saturday, with imooth. Add \
day milk, butter and vanilla, mgt only until nut* Spoon
," '\trytlde. Marian. Mr. Verble taught on Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Snjrder. into 6 to S greased custard cups, filling each about half full.
r quartet composed of Mrs. the faculty of the first Junior_ Combine remaining ingredients in saucepan, mix well Simmer
The Rev, and Mrs. Carl Dal- 2 minutes, then pour about 3 tablespoons: of the mixture over the
.' CLAT-niOH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE: IMSh Batchelor are adding to their batter in each custard cup
r pt 17 Falatka ... ..... .. .." ,, ,?,.. .There, I busy schedule and are happyto Dike at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes or until top are firm Cool
I t. '. 14 Lake City .. .... ....-.,.........?...' .There, I p.... do *o, Beside preaching: In 2 or 3 minutes Loo n around edges with tip of knife, reiww to
t kcl. 1 Fernandlna Heath ...? .. .. ... ., ..Then I pjn.Maecknny one church each Sunday, Rev serving dishes Serve warm with whipped cream, if desired Makes
It-t. I ...,. ,... .. .. .. ..' .' ..There. I tvn. Batchelor Is also leading the t y y'M' 6 to 8 serving.
. kt. II Santa F. ....... ..... .. .. ... .. .There, I p.... mid-week prayer meeting 1 In
kfct If (Open) ..... .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. the Bristol, Conn A. C. Church.
1 oct It 8t I... Academy .. ,. ,. . . .. . Home, S p,m. Mr*. Batchelor: Is teaching Don Pool's
(NOT 5 Bode . .. . ... ..... ..., . ... .. Ham, t p.... Junior In the PlainvUle, Conn.,
- Nov. IS P. K. Teofe . .. ., . . . .. .. .. Home, I p... A. C. Church School.A
I Nov. II Stark . . .. .k ., . . . .. . . ,Rome I ...... SKLT-SXRYICB' COIN) LAUNDRY
(Nov. SI Orange Park . . . . . ., . .. .0._, 6:13: p.... hoat of friends welcomed rahawtto A Hens Onm Om
TEAM Mrs Ono B. Coon back at the ,
0,.. 14 noin Ivory Day
(AU game* scheduled for Tienday" evenlurs) organ In the Penney Memorial .
I Oct. I P. K. Tenge . . . .. .. .. ., . .. .There, 7 pjn.There Church morning worship service rUlee-BeaJU MaealMDM.
I Oct. IS Orange Park ... .. ... .. .. . . 7:II p... last Sunday. Mrs. Coons Left to sight, lower newt William listrows Coach Harvey Gilmore Craig Maguire, .** LMdit lit ....... Stagto tMdl lit
Oct. II Fernandlna Beach . . . . .. .. .There 1 ...... had been at her home In New feed, Jr. Patrick Parduhn. David Mitchell Jon Stump Mike Bartholf. Billy Hutching, vhf' Dryi 1**
Ort II Baker Comely .. ....... ..... ... .. .11...., 7 PJB.Ilame. York State for a couple ol Brae. Magwlre, John Barlholf. Don Brown Thomas Mitchell Ray Russell Gregory RTBITBODT IfaXCOMW
I I Net. Santa. F. .. . ... ... .., . .. .. .. . 7 P.J.. months. Do.... Ridaaght and Jack Geiger Upper Leone.? and Coach Clay Gtofh.i .
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!i Burlington Supervisors I AUTOMATE YOUR FARM

i' "Edge" Employees 15-10


. -.) 1.e Management and labor, employee In the, third Inninga '
clashed head on last Thursday Ik* Inaacson Doug Black
Green Cove Springs night at the Rufus Tucker Little and Max Dlxon sent the bal TERM LOAN .. ;
oaring over the f.nco. The
League Field The Issue wars
score stood at 10.S In favor of to
softball game between the the supervisors From that up ,
e 11111111" 111111" 111111111111111" II" 11111I supervisors' and employees of point on, this reporter who was 7 years to repay .f[M
I the Oreen Cove Springs Yarn also a player In the game, foundIt ,
Co. The employees led things difficult to keep track of all Get the "....." yea goad to
oft In the first Inning H Billy the home runs Among those make your operation a* protU i 'Pali
Monday first baseman wal who homered were Charles able a* poeslbU ly borrowing I
Family FrOlics toped a two-run homer ever Snellgrovt, Ike Isaacson, Johnny at Slmplo Interest rate '",, ,
left-center Held Not to be out. llansford Doug Black C2'>. from PCX. Get the money f) '.V
done the supervisor tied the Chuck Crawford and Man Dlx you tied from PCXr ,/ {I
game up as Ike Itaaenon singled on U' for the supervisors, *,/* yen stop.Northeast .
to drive la two runs. Billy Monday C2', Parley Aus-
HIIIIIIII..II..I..I.I.III.III.IIIIIII.I..II.II..11111.111.. . The second Inning saw the Un. C U Frlabre, Ralph Monday Prodvetlra Ores
supervisors score three more and Keith Wheeler for the t
run through Johnny Hani- employees Led by the pitchingof : 161 Edgeweod Aviwe g
Labor Day Sept. 6th -.. Spring Park ford( drive over center field John Edge, the supervisorswon Nabs ....... FdMte Ja.kaanlMTeL
The situation worsened for the IS-IO, HA I-SMS Tel IT 4IMIIM


12 KX) FbhFry, >flOO AttendAt

Chock Wagon . Coke Concession I ''1

1 rOO Swimming Conical a ':..

Bono Kidei, lOe . Groas! Pole. . Cake Walk ,'4 V.

2:00 Bingo . Baby Crawl : CHURCH SERVICES-

2:30 Old fashioned Frolic a : .

Rope Climbing . Tog-0-War . Egg Catching . '. .

Sack Race . Three-Legged Race ..
3:00 FM Eating Contest . Fire Engine Ride .. ,
.. .-
3:30 Mist Family Frolics Pageant : ,3.
.... .. The Church of Your Choice
5:00 Old Fashioned Frolic (continued) \t" .fir

8:00 Fire Work 'J9.OO Ir'

Street Dance ....- This Sunday ..

'I" . 'r(
.. I
\" ... *#*? ,- "j ........ .
.' 0.CLS.: Jr. Woman'a Club .1 i *''par B.P.O. Does I "

Wayside llonenuin'a Club Volunteer t Firemen I ,;

O.CJ3. Borne Demonstration ( St. Jollns Chap of Delfolay }

Fleet B erT. V. ''.W. Poet 1968 :

V. I. A.
Elsa Lodge '," ,
\ .
Junior Chamber of Commerce

"- J


I Mn. Jack Sum, Chairman George Turner, eo-Chairman

Miss PaUy Turner, Secretary Jack Garrard, Treasurer

Gene Dericluireiler, Dance Chm. Denny "Tucker, PublicityW. This is sponsored by the

Earth Stump Muter of Ceremonies

\' Green Cove Springs Yam CompanyItSDAY


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r I ;'PARRy EIGHT ". QUay (County! Crescent! ... THUBSDAT, AUGUST.M..IKf I

(Continued from Page One) RFF1N1NfiNhARINi

NOTIPP, nil' EVERY / ' .,* SLICEDBacon
NOTICE Ut Hk.tili.By: ; GIVEN
City Commission of th.
that the 'k'
City of Green Cove DprlnKi.
Florida, will hold a publlo har-.
ln. at the City Hall In said city A P
KlnnlnK; at free: P.M. on tha
Hit day of Beot.mber. fur the
r puroc of '
I I.f I. .- of oroDirtv an ordinance and land raaonlnic within certain the 1Lb.Pkf..

de.crlbed corporate aa limits follow.wt: sad city .EASY I FOR YOUTOBHHRIHY 79c

i Cove Lots Mprlnxi I and: ,".fki.'i"a Oneangle

Commercial( ) Kamlly l>l.trlot Uwllln lotall to),C-l.. iII
call dl.trlct. ar. net up and provided . "Super-Right11 '
for In the City lonlnu ordinance I V
and at said tiro and j Ii! Western
BlBoo all partlia In sneered t and
cltlieni shell hava an opportune ri CHUCK'
"y to N. Bon b. heard Z.lIn.r I I
at Clerk

CANVAS IGLOO-For reading or relaxing on a lazy I* THH COIRT Or THE
summer day: a pleasure dome made of COUITY .noulQ 11'1' MIO FOR
canvas '
(011 N'I'Y.
and aluminum pipe. The canvas segments travel on a An example of the Mosaic law, not always heeded, Is to be FLAY: I* PHOHATH SAVE PLAID STAMPSIIHIIIBIHIHlHMIHIIIHIHlH.aill
channel track at the base and are attached to a center found In Section 115 which says, in part, "The City Commission FILE NO.lUHTATB see 69"Super.lU&ht"
pole. Segments meet or overlap to adjust to your needs shall . fix the salaries compensation of Its members but IN Rm: LUTHKRIA B. LB
E, for privacy or comfort.- never to exceed Two Hundred or and Fifty Dollars ($250.00)) per HOKXFALU.N01ICH 0V Or K1LINO caid.PKTITIOf t . . : . . . .

T annum. Commissioners currently receive $600 per annum. __ FOR rlWAI ExECUTRIx UHKHAHCM; Of 31t

T Nonce la alvsn l that I Western Beef '
have filed my patltloa for dla- Heavy ;

S B FOR AN EXPERT JOB, Faintly Frolics Ready To Go Lutb.rla a.trlbutton xaculrl and B.* Horifall of for the final state dlacbarv d..o.aaMl.and of,
that 0" September II, tae{,
S (Continued from- Pare One- -. I will apply tc- the Honorable CHUCKROAST '
Thomai J. Rivera County Judge I w
<< Beauty Shop, Cleo Dobson Cove 284-3969. of CU Count. Florida for an
e order of distribution and for final I
Beauty Shop Green Coye Motor Two TV appearances dlnohir mi xm-utrix of the.
been scheduled to publicize the will nf L>uth rla B. Horifall, dacem'd.
Lodge Coffee Shop Cove Inn, .
Frolics. Turner and Mrs. Jack Ruth H. Harrli,
Rlvervlew Restaurant, Rio ..
"Cameras : .cutrla
Saam will .
f-o-r appear on ...ftcfCP
Grill, Orange Avenue Motors Please" on Channel 12 at 0:30:

Setzer's Wlnn Dixie Food o'clock on Sept. 1. The following II THE tOlNTVcoiur "tmll I
DRAGLINE BULLDOZER Store, Wyman's Store Red *: day Turner will appear with :' : 11 "AD. VXOMIUAIM row cilOlMll. : An Varieties

White Food Store, Castle the Miss Family Frolics of : PHOMAIM SULTANA

CLEARING GRADING Farms Dairy Store, Cove Auto 1964, Miss Cheryl Campbell, IS REl:: lI.tal.:FILE NO.of Ml. Bone g* Bon k.s
Supply Hodges Pure 011 Service the midday show at 1 o'clockon THO\IAI J. WUTUEILAN'D.I'OTI 4
on .. In 75
DITCHING d.c a..d :0::: TV DINNERS
BULKHEADS Station Cities Service Channel. ('.: or "LlMJ Pw'at1'lu.rEDlt LB. C '
Station Robertson's Gulf Station 1'I5AI.. l"UURuE VI" LB.
Jim Crews Gulf Station AUMIftlSlHAIHIX.Notlc. that 1 Il-OZ. PEG .
I hereby given 39
Texaco Station O E 8 PICNIC have dl petltun for dlatrlbutlun -
Magnolia Springs
J ROBINSON & TYLER CONSTRUCTION ana for final dlechareeEat
Western Auto Associate The Robert Morris picnic will le of Thomas. J.Co Mouthcrland T.A. of th* GRADE "A" QUICK'FROZEN BAKINGHens

Rte 1, Box 40-1A, Green Cove Springs, FloridaT. Store Suburban Gas, JQ Tire be held at 4 o'clock Saturday dm'."' 84, and that on September
Service, Clay Theatre, City orihl'ihommi It. ll> 6,1, will "Mv"r.b* Hon-. 4 to <-Lb.Arerage .
J. County
in Spring Park,
W. Tyler Eldon J. Robinson Swimming Pool and Jean Jow- afternoon Jules In and for Clay: County,
Park. Green Cove AU members of the rloiltla. fcr an ordir of dlNtrl- 39
ers, of Orange bullon and. for final dlicnarn
Phone 281-9611 or 284-3538 Turner said there was room Order of the Eastern Star are offThumasi.1t.u. IIf th* C"SuperRight" ,
y i covered will LB.
bring a
for other contestants. Those Invited dsvaaesd

-- Interested should call Green dish. )1.1111. KirkAdmlnl.u..trIX. C.T.A..
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-J In gal K.tiu. otJITJHON
Lneaelad. .
Going Off 1'0 ALL C"lmTOItSNI!: ) PEIt
I ) HAVI.NU CL.A1M4 Oil UluMA.NUH :-
AUAl.Nal' AIU fc8TA1K -
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f Yea and each of you are It Welch's Apple-Grape Drink or
I bushy nutldid and required '
clalnii ..nddemalld. 'PLAIDl
to present. any .... .....
which ,0110 .or eitherof ---- u..,
To School hiv agalnit the ABB Pac Mamrcal Welchade
e rJ ,,, late of nl.tCounty I<[BMM DIaBer, S f.r SO.
\ $ to IB* County Judge el Ttt .a. ,h>..
h ( \ Clay County, Florida at his Office Oannn. rood thru Aue IAaa
e \ I In the oourt house of laid ..--.-..----

? \ County HoriiU inonthi, it from within crews the Coy all tint' calendar Uurlnna rf the, 3 a.t? 1.00 ,
( '
CollegeSoon \\r flint publJLBllon' of this nolle FLAIDJ
\ Two copies of each claim or demand .......-.stww" I
Hull, b. In writing, and $TAY/t.
hall stale th. place of ranldanc r>( SMt. J
and poet offlci address of the t aallla ICo'".' S*. An FUTon Valley Gold
t (claimant and shall b* sworn toby Ccuoon Rood thru Ana: !e .
the claimant his .Ir"nl. 0' JAX '-11I. -" .... asa
The attorney and accompanied by a .....Ne_.'......._..._ FROZEN DRINKS 12 $1
With .
Keep Up filing fee of .n. doU.r and such
claim or d.mand not 10 filed ..t
hall h* void Ann PageEGG
\ ./ MARTHA MOORS 1PlAICI 1.Lb. 1'kI.
I of the 1 NOODLES 29 .
Home News! (:"laic' of J Rl.z-. > I.; lee J ;
County Jl DWiN' U MOORS JH. f i-Lk. <... ...n..aJ
(Dtiraaaril 1 Ann Pate Cosdeoe.dTOMATO
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i PLAm lu-t.35a Each

Clay County Crescent Bitter Baaa S f.r UI .
JM Parker
C on good thra Ant II
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Phi KXTSIA Plaid ttmmft I JIB rmrkf. Fresh Crisp
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