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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Orange ParkAn Savings And Loan's County Officials Reveal

Architect's Dreamworld I

Response Called 'Great'The
(Fourth in Series)
: Salaries of Their Staffs

If Orange Park's boom (more than $1 million in building organisational committee ledge of the real estate valuesIn

permit in 12 months) trebles or quadruples, as many think it of the proposed Federal Green Cove Springs Mid-

will in the coming )year the young architect most likely to succeed Savings and Loan Association dleburg and Doctors Inlet,' he

In this burgeoning architect, dream-world U Allen Frye to serve Clay County has recently added. "However a locally JUUlUlllunlllllnUIIIIUIQlIllIl1I1UIn1UlUlununnnnnIInJUlili

Frye U an Oklahoma-born, OainecvUle-tralned architect sent a letter to several owned and operated savings Fourteen Not Elected (

whose special and varied talents have already left a deep Imprint thousand residents of Clay and loan association knows the In This Week's CrescentBurlington's

on the tomSon County explaining briefly its local people and the local real '

of' semi-retired architect! now living in Jacksonville purposes and objectives estate values For this reason Get

("He's prety a much a traditional man") Frye's great new enthusiasm , The put/Do' response Is said. If no other the proposed Federal New Research Center .. . . . . Po 8 $5,000-Plus Yearly \

1s as architect to the Clay: County School Board Be to have been "great". will serve the county and Polly Patterson's Clay HI Notes , . . . . . Page 4 i
means, In Its future building programs, to make the County There ls a widespread inter aid In Its orderly: growth"SCHOOL Fourteen County employees holding non-elective offices ?

schools look and feel . and work . like centers of learning. est in this type of institution County Salaries ". . . .. . . . . Polllkker and Page a will be getting $5.000 or more annually under new salary: ache- ''
designed to serve two specific TRUSTEES dules to become effective Oct. 1.
Frye graduated at the University of Florida College of needs In the The Allen Frye Houses .. . . . . . . . . Page 1
county, namely to tNOPPOSED NOV. S <(See< FotUkker, page I, and
Architecture did a stint in the Navy and in Korea, and now
holds a Navy: Reserve commission as a lieutenant commander.: provide a place where people The three Incumbent school Dr. George Howard . .. '. .. . . . . .. . . Pace 2 Salary. : Schedules, page 8)) O T Gamble a brother of
Smith! gets $4,400 annually,
can save their money and to This was revealed In a Crescent
His first professional association was with Clyde E.> Harris a trustees will apparently run Walter . . I the that
five a source: for long term Odura's Illness . . Editorial and Page survey of ill County sup same salary as paid
Jacksonville architect whose principal work has been in the residential unopposed In the Nov. 2 election. to two other assistants to Mrs
field of residential design. Later he formed partnership With mortgages, accordIng Orange Park's Reaonlng . . . . .. . . Page I ervllOl" personnel elected or i
to James Yonge of made this week Smith
one the appointed asa .
Harris, and since 1961 he has been practicing alone. organizers x The three positions. now held Orange Park's U-F Kick-off . . . . . . . Page I result of a new rash of rumors Six of the 14 County em

-A quick look at the natural by C. L. Oelger ., of Oreen salaries paid to ploy..'In the 000-plus brae.
. j\; growth of the county from Cove; Glenn Ryan of Doctors Hugh Smith .. ..:. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . Page 8 staff members In some of the kit are 'In the office of the

I g ;If" e IL500'ln ipso to an estimated Inlet; and N. L. Deaale,. otKe.tone Tile VIA Coffee .. . . .,., .n . . . . . . . Page 3 County offices. superintendent of schools.Close .
V V... 25,000-plus today: an Increase carry no remunera Forty-four persons In 13 to lit.Odo of their total

,J/' ,t" '. i r' of approximately JO+ per tent Uon. allllUlUllUII11llUU1111 guntnnlnngnp\ unllwgmsutttuliunutmlmnnllllnOdum County offices receive a totalof salaries are paid from State
:: 'd! .r Their Job 1s so make recom-
t'l" '. Tp 1f In five 'farl.nd a glance at more than $250.000 of which and feder.llOurte.
'j' !' the known new projects and mendations to the County Illness Slashes approximately 78 per cent Also among the 14 are two
School Board. Nominations of
facilities men holding down newly created -
f due to come to the comes out of local tax collections -
county: such as 1-295 bridge new school board employee positions.

adjacent to Orange Park a- (teachers, etc,) are turned over His Attendance RecordThe Three of those in sppolntlve The County building Inspector -

crwa the St. Johns River the to them for their approval before offices whose salaries are or whose Job next week

.., full production of the JohnsManvllle Board.being acted on by the condition of County town commission since Jan 1. will be In the 000-plus bracket will Include the additional duties -

plant and several new Commissioner Walter O. Odum Odum resigned from the are employed by close relatives of Inspecting all new electrics -
Voters oa Nov. 2 will vote on
touting developments between the million who has been a patient at 8tVincents county commission more than They are: Mrs. ThomasJ and plumbing connections -
proposed |300 rod
Orange Park and Oraen Cove bond Issue which would four- Hospital, Jacksonville, three yean ago because of Rivers Jr., office manager wilt receive an annual .. -
and the added projection of for than and bookkeeper for her husband ary of 18.000, with an additional
lane more a month was what he called the pressure of
Ktllway 17 from the Du-
several others 4 four-laning U. described who ls County and Juvenile It,'00 for travel expenses.
val County line to the Putnam as "satisfactory" yes his private business. He I Is also
8. Highway IT; Louts Reynolds County line, and also terday. chairman of the board ot the judge, Mrs. George Car The County juvenile counselor -

development at the Oreen on a minimum mlllage for trie The nature of Odum's Illness Bank of Orange Park and. lisle, chief deputy clerk, in the will receive under the new

Cove base. gives a clear picture -, School SamrdSLIDES .- could. not be learned. He has president .Of the Florida Soap office of the Circuit Court and schedule, an annual salary ot

Younger- ban'Robert Broward, a sampling of whose designs of the need for savings : .been In and out of hospitals Corp. 4 clerk ,and. finance officer .to 14,200, with a travel allowance
and loan facility to serve "the with Increasing frequency In He succeeded the the Board of County Commissioners of an additional l 800.
were featured in this series last week Rye work is. perhaps, TO BE SHOWN was : on
less haunted by a single great mentor Frank Lloyd. Wright), sea", Yonge add Yesterday.At ON LIFE Of CHRIST recent months. county commission ay Louis L. ; and O. T. Gamble sbrotiter A schedule of top County
probably .less personal than Broward,; certainly more variedin present during a period The records show that as a Huntley, who served. until he of and one of three assistants salaries appears on page I
.f plentiful mortgmse money: Slides on the life of Christ this Issue of The Crescent
he Mrs.
Its willingness to admit values of traditional design As Inmost county commissioner has resigned to take up his dutiesas to Louise Smith,
he ld.lendlng Institutions In compiled by: Mrs. Catherine attended only nine of a Wish of State Representative. At County tax assessor
of his more recent work Frye ls Pl'fpoaaes'lld by the rue of
Jacksonville are reluctant to Phillips, will be shown by her 21 MILE:! ORttN COVE
the Wayne
shapes and planes to create an Interesting mass the swears he meetings of commission that time, Odum sought reap- Geiger, County tax
does not think In any such high-flown phrases Fries treatment make mortgage loans out of at a special youth service at since Jan. I. polntment to the commission collector: this week employed TO GET A NEW PIER ...
Orange Park area. the Pentecostal, I Holiness At mayor of Orange Park and former Oov. Ferris Bryant his daughter Mrs. Jean Oilier
of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rlcker shown from TJ'f Oreen Cove City Commission *
-It ls only natural Out these Church Vermont Avenue next the records show tit has attended acting through his County Wilkes, to work In his oWl'e.III .
the rear above U mainly: two opposing rectangles joined by a at Its meeting Tues
diagonal entranceway. The "bretzew.," connects the main. downtown companies do not Sunday at 0:00 pjn The public five of a total of 19 patronage dispenser\ renamed said yesterday her salary day night authorised the City
nor fcave know Is Jnvttcd. meetings of the Orange Park him to the had not been fixed but that
living quarters (r.) with what Is now the children quarters post. Manager. to have plans drawn

and ultimately will be a guest house (L). she would not receive a salaryin up for a new city pier within'

the. bracket with two other the nest 30 da,..

.. . longtime assistants who receive .
.. Orange Park Commission To Consider New The projected pier would
., .. 14879 each
: .J.1.<''IIiII ,1'1I-'.lI.; .,. annually replace the ancient wooden
; 4fl. "''110' .t Salaries In the office of the structure that was finally demollihed -

: '" clerk of the circuit Court do a year ago by Hurricane .
Ordinance Under not come from local
,)/:. .; .'1IA.. Zoning Study Two Years the taxes County Those In the office property of budget Dora authorises The expenditure city'. new

superintendent of
The Orange Park town torn schools of 110.000 for a new pier, and
mlseton 'la slated to adopt a fltato and federal by an additions IIS0003 Is au-
A grants. Those
comprehensive thorl/ed under the category of
roiling erdmance -
In the office of
County judgeare
COMPREHENSIVE CITY PLAN capital improvements
at Its Oct. I meeting
to the
The for extent of In other business, the Com
measure would approximately 30
per cent by mission.
voted to
vest broad powers I I. a "'Ioa.1nIdlrft1or" ORANGE PARK FLORIDA2&MV&V9V collection of fines and civil contract of extend the 1
Eugene Nalle, Jacksonville -
and act stiff penalties r fees

for violators. Results of Die. survey show electrical engineer asa
consultant, for another .
The ordinance together with two of the. five highest. County year
oIclf Mr. Nail Is described as having -
a schedule of district regale- "'igseN emptcyes hold non-electiv. of.
Q a t Rf.IpgiTIAI. c--.a C'i COMtttcClfl4 been greatly helpful In
Uons. Is "deafened to lessen ei 1 .e 5'' I They are the County a- dealing
with Jacksonville Municipal .
In designing the guesthouse of Mr. and Mrs Jack Quart congesttaB In the streets- to tJ uL CUTIAL Z COMW.CIcJ I ye lent and saw home demon power In correcting: the J I
w ilratlori agent whose 1
safety from
fire total
faced with the task of equating a ggs as.eeeaween remuneration
Uu, Frye was teand I SII'CltlCI.UAL' power outages that
building to be built on rising land with a main building be otMr dangers, to promote I amount to 19100 have been 10 Costly to the

had no part In designing. Here again be has used geometrical health and the general) welfare.: cJ: 4411'91fNllll, lersuiayaitii:i ra each. Of this amount. joo Green Cove Springs Yarn Co.,. III IIIfrequent \
, le
to provide adequate hint and paid In salary by the County
planes to tie the design into the contours of the lorale. and whkh. If they continued,.
air; to prevent the overcrowding Y aMvJ .aaa. as.. to each of them; another could also be costly to Johns- (
of land; to avoid undue 1400 comes from State and Mantllles
eoncentraUoa of popeJattea, 1 j1 federal' sources; and the County Often Cove plant t

to facilitate u. adequate provision = throws In sn additional' A. B Canter, acting M f

rW of transportation water, Irf 11.200 for in-eounty travel' expenses. Oren spokesman Cove for elrr.I a... group.K. i..of.. r

t eewsge, school*. parks, and Court blows sources rented the. building once
.. 4 other public requirements . ." say out-of-County travel allowance ' as the known J
While the proposed measure are over and above and have Canary loin on Hilltop,, ,
renovated ,It a* ,
gets up a board ef adjustment. this sum. Teen
Center for
to which rulings of the aonlng Thomas J. Rivers. Jr, ss both Clay nigh School of
director be taken It would' County and juvenile Orson
may judge, receives Cove Junior
pwaattse anyone falling comply a combined salary from an
wtth'IU terms with a fine the County totaling 110700. iresUunaM
lIc.... In4 UIct ally walved \
ef not more than WOO or Imprisonment with travel, allowance of fN that '
Oft I..
of not more than ".J/IO/ ". lists office and se.cretorlal 5.

M days or both. help/ 'Including' hi* 4
It specifically Mates that ...It.', pay, for the coming hWpENT .

"each day such violation con- year, at a total of ,000., How. TO GIT TOmE AWARD

Unuee shall be considered a ever, la.t year, according to

separate offense County records he drew l'.MO Charles p. Myers, Jr1'pree-,
The borne of Mr. and Mrs. B- O. frontteg onDoctor Meet
The product of two years when his wife *.* said to nave and chief 'xecutlve
Frye-aS-the-way With the smallest
be called
Lake might work during which the Iowa been drawing I** than the ottk'r'Of: the Oran Cove
traditional the two-level bow tirrteg oa the
nod lo the commlaston has held bearings 11490 listed .. her salary for Sprtage, Yarn Co. war trarn- I
floor and overlooking the lets Is a masterpiece: of d
fct thrte-dlmenatanal .- on fU provisions, the ordinance -. the. coming year, Thus the total, tel yesterday to receive the
of borne a
1ICt.Jbe1Dl.erlor la largely the product ef ..AntEulftfe1d L. potential., for hiwUiut annual award of the tentW
..,.. For the sake of exaggerating stse. bright Is emphasisedU _.... to) wife and section of the I
a city planner who New
amount to 111,300 York
Wd1Dar7-a ed rooms, where views exist the avwt U soade of 1 1 : annually
Ins la Orange Park.Te 1 : .., of Trace The award, 1 t
called f the most Is made of a small
them; where privacy is <<. r
stand of trees. lm many of his bomes (Including avoid hardship the measure g l c r 1 a Mrs CarlltU, as chief deputy which II In rtcoptUcm 01 f
hm or a fence or a
makes two broad except- clerk of the. outstanding serylca to the
Circuit Court
his own) be bae made significant Park old use town of granite halt taken TherTiiritisj low ta the terma of it* regulations : ; ( : Ii1iY and crand finance: officer kxWet Industq, wan be made ;, .
of Orange
from the fovadatkma
stones, now wrought Into many a fireplace, 'were' : it permiu noaton- w w ;, trf fr. -# to the Board ef County Cora.mlMkmers. .at...a Jurlcbeon to be liven .t t

tvee t* to the area years ago Si strip ...... I f.d.d esi Pap I) -. \ . ....._,... salary of .MJ900.receive M annual _cw. art's Hotel P1me ora ''II'' .

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,PAGE TWO I OKay( (Q!Eauntji ((Crescent! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER tJ, M

War Is HellThe LETTERS TO EDITOR On Eating Burned PotatoesTo J (Q\wr irmIJE: LAW\

; The Crescent:
By' By Sheriff Jennings Murrhee
Although I was not fortunate -
in this column befol
enough to see it, I have DR. GEORGE p HOWARD I have
<(< Logistics of Orange Juice) Coy. been informed that an article that I am sorry motor scooters ha

It is difficult to keep track today of the We are foursquare on the side of these entitled "Orange Park An Life is full of provoking and somehow become a status symbol

mortal conflicts around the world. Men are "aggressors," the fifth columnists dedicated to Architect's Dream World" appeared minor vexations. some of our youngsters.It .

fighting and dying because they were sent to another orange. In the September 2 Issue Dozens of times our meals Is an old adage that a movln
because their masters wanted the i human hands can be a dead]
do a job vehicle in
Indeed, it has long been our view that of :your paper will be served up tastefully and
minds and hearts or the property of their I understand Then v' weapon It is only my personal oplnli\
canned bottled or frozen orange juice, a watery article desCribed dellciously. unexpectedlythe
neighbors.But and Illustrated"out cook gets careless and the that motor scooters, too often, are Ie
most conflictnow brew, produced in the citrus groves of would be safer walking
surely the extraordinary to boys who
standing buildings in the area potatoes get burned. The house ...
being fought is "the war" being "waged," south Florida, would taste more like orange and was the first of a series is filled with smoke. And when -q ; However the law is clear on t1
according to the Associated Press, by some juice if they somehow withstood the obvious related to architecture within the burning results in total j use of motor scooters driven by boo:

Florida citrus producers to force their breth temptation to grind up leaves, bark and rootsin the Clay County area. loss, there is a flagrant, ,, 'I. (or girls) who are 14, IS or 18 yea!
to add another to can of frozen the concoction. t Legislature has recognize
ren orange a Unfortunately, many peopledo though not fragrant, waste of : e r old. The
"orange juice" wherewith to make it taste Until and unless they do, we'll stick with not understand the need for, good culinary materials. that in these years, even with a restrii

more like orange juice thus diluting the strong the round, rolly things that come off trees nor realize the merit of, good And then there Is the risk 4 eel driver' license, the power behind the accelerator mu
competition of those who sell synthetic orange when we can get them. In their absence, a architecture '
as a part of their that the sweetness and har- be limited.
juice which is said by many to look and taste glass of Oreen Cove's titillating water is justas immediate
more like the real McCoy than the real Mc- tasty as the canned, bottled or frozen mix. To many surroundings the word Architecture" mony of the family circle will I The law says no person who Is 14, 15 or 18 years 01
greatly disturbed. I '
even though he has a restricted driver's license, may 0.
a remote, vague, What shall we do, then, I
even awesome connotation. And with our burned potatoes crate a motor scooter having an engine with braking pow

For The Public GoodSince yet, almost none of us can go There is only one thing that I Dr. Howard er of as much as five horsepower or more.

through a day without (even good judgment recommends: taglon to others. A sour look Though ignorance of the law is not held to be a val

unconsciously) appreciating and that is that we eat them! of disgust can also spread Its excuse, It will be up to parents, who mostly buy and p
Jan. 1, Walter O. Odum. as a Coun- Odum's aides say he has been performing some facets of architecture, or gracefully and politely. If Influence and create a depressing for these scooters, to point out to their children that th
ty Commissioner and as Mayor of Orange Park, his duties as Orange Park's mayor and as damning the lack of it. possible. Let us eat in silence, atmosphere of criticism
has missed 12 of a total of 21 meetings of the County Commissioner by telephone, frequently Making people aware of the if we do not find strength of more harmful to our health is for their protection.
County Commission and 14 of 19 meetings of architecture around them: of will to chat cheerfully during than some poorly prepared
from a hospital bed. Praiseworthy as such
the need for, and the effect of e.
the Orange Park Town Commission the ordeal. And, If you think food.
an effort may be, It remains, at best, government architecture in their day
attributable to recurring every
Friends th's is a
say is a counsel of despair, Furthermore, our spirit of
Illness which has kept him in and out by remote control. lives is truly a service to any let me suggest several regions chivalry and generosity will

of hospitals with increasing frequency for Three years ago, Odum quit his seat on community.I why I think it Is a suggeestlon make us consider the cook.
the Commission because of the herein offer my congratulations BusinessStationery
months. County pressure wise and convenient. She did not mean to burn the
The nature of Odum's illness is not known. of his private affairs. However, when his on your selection of a First of all, the nutritive potatoes. The best cook in the
However, It Is known that recently an aide successor on the Commission, Louis L Hunt- series for your paper and hopein
properties of these charred world is sure to fall short once
had to fly to outh Florida to return him to ley, resigned to take up his duties as State acme way it will profit all potatoes have not been lost. in a while. Let us not add to
hospital and more recently he Representative, Odum again sought and was who read it.
a Jacksonville Charcoal has medicinal qual- her suffering by being too and Business
With best wishes
has been a patient at St. Vincents Hospitalfor named to the post.
ities. In the drug store energetic and loud in the ex- '
three weeks or more. The growth and development of both the JOHN P. GRAVES, AI A. you
will find little bottle pression of our displeasure.
a marked
While no one can fall to sympathize with county and the Town of Orange Park, muchas Director, Jacksonville i Cards .
"Chardonna and the little Finally what I
am recommending -
anyone under such circumstances, the public we all may deplore ill health, require the Chapter
good and the multitude of problems confront- services of men who are able to keep in Immediate American Institute of label on it says that one of its is not stoicism nor indifference Richly Raised Printed
ingredients is "activated charcoal in the presence oflife'
ing both the county and the Town of Orange contact not only with the governing Architects "
Park would seem to dictate he stand down bodies they sit on but with the voters they irritations, but rather an You can feel the rich
In the second place, it is attitude which Is fundamentally -
serve -I raised lettering to elegant
from both
FIRST METHODIST MEN'S quite natural that burned food I Christian When he facesa fine the-
to look at,. 10 to
CLUB NAMES OFFICERSThe should leave a bitter taste in difficult situation, a Christian OwbdinlvtCsroMtPreoa touch Belt of oil, our
our mouth. 'But we must not will try to extract from It some raised
Methodist Men's Club Coronet printed
.Jotlikker By DUNCAN O. GRONER of the! Green Cove First Metho- let the bitterness seep down good for himself and for others FKfVfHlU- stationery Is so Inexpen

diet Church elected officers at into our soul UnerkiSlylMIkolUekUis give We have a complete
In the third place, don't get In his letter to the Philip- \
their first fall the catalog of )letterhead
meeting of ,
More than a year ago the the public till. While the charge borne down heavily on the :year last Thursday into the habit of letting one plans ("The New English BIble b.m1laa4 busineii card and business

political campaign for county centered on George Carlisle, he word; he has a good strong Those elected to during Irritating experience fill\ all ," Chap. 4) St. Paul givesus ttlltrini announcement styles
serve -
was not its only victim. Its voice) the sum of 1500 a the horizon of your life In the secret of a victoriouslife I
offices was very greatly mud- the next 12 months are: and layouts adaptable to
weakness was that it was always month; and working her can- life's banquet there are other ; "For I have learned to
died the intrusion of a George Turner, president; Wal- your business
by a question, never a sup etta off doing it; let the voters ler Kelley, vice president; courses. Don't let one burned find resources in myself whatever 1 PROMPT Coil for a visit from our
number of non-issues, matters ported statement. decide. potato spoil the spinach and Frank Otto, secretary and if v/a/ representative
having no bearing on the The main question centeredon But he was apparently Inhibited Robert E. Scott, treasurer. the steak Life Is not all pain 'what it is to be brought low,

competence of some of the the suggestion that Grace by the fact no other Three members of the local and adversity. It brings its I and I know what it is to have

candidates. Carlisle took something like a county official had made a club will attend the Florida many delightful momenta of I plenty. I have been very
king's ransom as the hardworking comparable statement and he, Methodist heart-warming experiences t thoroughly Initiated Into the
Among them were claims and competent deputyto somehow, feared it might be Leesburg Laymen's, October Retreatat 1-10. And then think of the Influence J numan lot with all its ups CLAY COUNTY CRESCENTrbene

and counter-claims of (obviously her husband and as county said ,not that Grace Carlislewas They are: J. C. Sapp, Frank you exert on those 1 and downs fulness and hunger -
superior) military experience finance officer and payroll not worth $8,000 a year Otto and Al Suttle. seated at life's banquet with I plenty and want. I have
and church affilia- clerk. Never a statement, only , but that no other subordinate you. One who yawns, soon sees strength for anything through ill-Wi Green Ceve aril

tions.It the posed question. county employee received that yawn spreading by eon- ]Kim who gives me power." .
was pointed out in The I know from personal experience any such massive public aid TWO CLAY HIGH GRADS

Crescent at the time that not how damning such At the 'request of The Crescent NOW STUDYING AT ,.

many of us were without some innuendoes can be , those all county officials are MASSEY TECHNICAL INST. ,
(however brief) military experience who sought so unsuccessfully now on record, in this issue, .
and that service asa for more than two years to as to what they pay their office Two members of the Clay

private or admiral did not, destroy me have posed other, help, and it will redoundto High School 1965 graduatingclass
of itself, provide much job- even more foolish questions their credit, I believe, that are now students at Massey -
training for the job of Clerkof ("How many times a week they have done It freely. Not Technical Institute of Jacksonville MOTHER HASA

the Circuit Court, Sheriff, does Oroner get drunk," . one among them hesitated and, .
Superintendent of Schools or, "Do you know about Oroner's in fact, the only three whose Carl Crossley, son of Mr. and
for that matter, any other local criminal record before he came wives are in their employ Mrs. Thad R. Crossley of Oreen

political opening. to Florida?" . and on and on seemed readiest to get the Cove, is studying electronics. PARTNER
Beyond that, I would say ad nauseam), facts before the people. Wayne E. Johns, son of Mrs.

that any political candidate I have learned In the cru- I have cent hours, recently, Beatrice J. Banner, also of
who uses his church affilia- cible of the past 30 months to poring over county and muni- Oreen Cove, is studying for a
tions (and, obviously, he would stand up and ask the jackassesto cipal budgets and when I with- career in drafting. Wayne was BESIDES FATHER!

not mention them if he did not tell me , and to say it drew I was very nearly as lg- co-editor of his school paper

regard them as superior to good and loud how much noraant as I had been at the and active on the Interclub i:" , )JJ"( 'rt' that jwrtnerl) In fact
those of his opponent) lays they know of my eating and start. It required endless questions Council W 'wt4

himself open to the charge of drinking habits, what of my and patient answers) to ies ,, we're a I partner to the whole family . .
going to church only to brag criminal record; for though I give me the most superficial

on It. am not a public official, it understanding of what specific A SAFETY REMINDER ; I-' w, ;' from our con\'eni checking account
These non-Issues were almost would make moderately Inter- figures meant.Publication .

endemic and, to me, rather esting reading in The Crescent of these figures from THE TRAVELERSand N al' f Mt service to our low auto financing, t to!
maddening, George Carlisle, I think I believe, is in the public Inter-

Another that was more particularized added fuel to the non-issues of est. If, in the year to come, JourTRAVELERS F & '4c' Junior's 2oc;) a week saving account.
was the almost always his candidacy in his reluctanceto similarly forthright statementsare

whispered question of who get up and say his wife was made as freely and In as AGENT +t. We'd like to be your partner too.
.'II got what with his hand in earning (and he could, have good faith, there will be one

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1 TDt'BSDASEPTEMBER'n.; 1965 (Way (Eountji drcsccnt PAGE TIIHEK .- "!'I 1''

Green Cove Socials I Bl MaS. HERMAN REEl JOHNNY 10th BIRTHDAY SOBOTTA WITH MARKS Orange Park Clay County Servicemen 1'!,.

rb.... 11t.1I005 PARTY LAST SATURDAY Snip A P.rl ,

Mesdames Edgar Clarke and Johnny Sobotta, son of Mr. Garden ClubBy ing program for Navy t'tCrults.1 ''m Fernls .
foravin Jeanette Rowland spent the and Mrs J. H. Sobotta. celebrated They arc indoctrinated on all
week-end in Lake City visiting his 10th birthday last phases of Navy life receiving a f fI
t Mr. Clarke' who la 111 In the Saturday at nil home at 212 Mrs Earl F. BryanA basic knowledge through naval

Veteran'* Hospital. Anyone desiring North' Street. Several of his committee meeting was organization, customs and ceremony -
to send card to him friends joined him for the occasion held last Friday at the homeof etiquette and militarydrill. *. iI

14] may address him at Ward 4-N which was marked by Mrs Charles Clbula 'flower .
110 Veterans Hospital Lake City, the serving of Ice cream cake show chairman of the N
leti Fla. and Cokes. He was remembered Orange Park Garden Club to Seaman Recruit Lester L. I Condo I r rd I ,
with many attractive gifts. discuss plan concerning the Habben U8N. ion of Mr. and / '
Recent visitors In the home Flower Show Mr. Holland L. Habben of Fore-as II ;
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blddle Friends of Mrs Margaret A report was made by Mr!. Doctor' Inlet has begun nine \, were their son-in-law, Joe T McElroy will be glad to know Cibula showing month of hand weeks of Navy basic trainingat
Pope, of Atlanta Oa. Mr. and she is now st her home, 732 work. This year's Flower Show >ve the U S. Naval Training
Mrs Lawrence Roach and Miss Myrtle Avenue Center at Ban Diego On completion .
IClu recuperatingfrom will be held March 20-27 at .
Marcy Wealthy of McKeesport a recent operation. the Orange Park Kennel Club of his recruit traininghe
pall and Mr. Blddle' brother, This la a community educational will be assigned to a school
Oeorge, and his daughter Mrs. Roger DeWitt and his friend ahow open to the public. shore station or ship according "
)1 Ruth Upson, of Daytona Beach Richard Oalnes, of Lakeland The theme ".ee the USA." PRIVATE DARLING to the result of hU Navy classification
0 visited Roger's parents, Mr. was chosen because of na tests, his own desires -
Friends of Mn Orrie Muter and Mrs John Orubb at their Uonal Interest Marine Private Philip B and the needs of the

,, of Federal Point, East home In Penney Farms last We will take a trip thru the Darling son of Mr. and Mn. Navy RegltteS ..
Palatka. an aunt of Mrs Park Among those at the Village Improvement Association's week. U. 8. via flowers and plant Mary V. Darling of Orange .
diIi Oelger, will be sorry to learn annual cot tee last Thursday tnoraing were t to r.t Miss and stop at such spots as St. Park, has completed four weeks
she has suffered several falls Bonnie Dean Baker, Mr*. A. O. Shands, Mrs Alex Fupkln Mr. James White went to Augustine, Wllllamsburg New of individual combat training
lately Mrs Masters will appreciate and Mn. Frank Cowsrt. Raleigh, N. C., last week to be York Alaska Disney Land, with the 2nd Infantry Training d..
hearing from her friends with his sister on her birthday, Hawaii the Painted Desert Regiment Marine Corps
Her address Is Route 1, East: V. L A. COFFEE About 40 members and friends which was September 16th. the Moon and back to Orange Base Camp Pendleton Calif
Palatka. One of the outstanding social called during the appointed i Park. The 20-day course included
event of the week was hours. Miss Katherine Anderson left I over 200 noun of rigorous In.
Many hours of work have
Mrs. Jeanette Rowland and the annual coffee of the Village last week for St. Oenevleve-of been exerted by this year's itruction In small unit tactics, teib *kiMsnlfoU ;

Miss Connie Chapman spent Improvement Association Methodist Church Service the-PInes, Ashevllle, N. C., Flower Show committee In- night combat, firing weapons
, ten days recently visiting held at the Club House Thursday A unique and Inspiring service where she will be a senior this eluding a horticulture clinic under simulated combat conditions .
I friend in Panama' City Mn. morning September 16, was held at the Methodist year. which will be held January 23 and other subjects related
Rowland nieces in Memphis 10 o'clock until noon. ; Church last Sunday evening. for the benefit of those that to the Marine Infantry'
r Tenn., another friend, Mrs The serving table was beautifully I The Reverend Mr. Gordon Dr. and Mn J. M. Malone will enter this particular segment man. d j
Jennie Mae Wilson, Lewlaburg. decorated with a lovely Craig and Mrs. Gralg spent the accompanied their daughter, of the show and a flower looks
i Ky. Mrs Wilson formerly embroidered white linen cloth month of July in England Kay, to Album Ala., where : lecture and demonstration that Airman Apprentice StephenJ. I
lived In Oreen Cove From centered with an artistic arrangement whe.Mr.. Craig studied at she will be a Freshman. will be conducted by a noted Schuyler CSN son of Mr.
Lewisburg they went to Mammoth of talisman gladioluses Mansfield College of Oxford Jacksonville Judge the end of George 8. Bchuler of Orange
Cave Ky. On their way Pom Pom and FujU University Mr. and Mrs. Berwick Anderson November using the schedule Park la a member of the Naval w Overt
home Mrs. Rowland visited a Mums Mesdames A. O Shands. While in England Mr. Craig spent last week-end at a* a guide Further plans will Air Station New York'i 85- Checks
l friend in Macon Oa. and Miss IlL L. Blackmon and Thomas conducted two services in the 8t. Augustine Beach be announced ai they develop day recruit school. ,
Chapman's aunt in Mllner Oa Knight alternated at the coffee Congregational Church, Whitney The 8II.d., school, held only PRIVATE TIIIBAULTArmy
service. Oxfordshire. Mr. and Mrs E. J. Johnson SAYS during the summer months, li.
Murry Malone, son of Dr. The president Mrs. Alex List Sunday evening Mr. attended the Florida-North ROTARY SPEAKER an accelerated reserve trainChurch'Tuckcr Pet Maurice Thlbault t
and Mrs. J. M. Malone, com- Pupkln and Mrs. Frank Canova Craig conducted the services Western football game in "REAL SECtRITY" III son of Mr and Mrs. Albeit V. ,
pleted his six weeks ROTC greeted members and guests at in the Methodist Church English : I, Evanston Hln on Saturday and I ADAPTABILITY TO CHANGE Thlbault, of Green Cove 1s
cruise with the Navy and left the door. Mrs Deward Priest Style- using the English I saw Florida win 24 to 14 Theirson "The Real Security": In modern now assigned to duty at Ft. tt4
Immediately for Philadelphia kept the guest book. translation of the Bible for the Julian, played defensive life Is adaptability to Gordon, Oa. lie enlisted In the
Cowart social : three Bible lessons. To and left tackle for the change, according to a filmed
where he will enter the University Mrs. Frank make right Army last spring on his 17th Tags ..
of Pennsylvania wherehe chairman, and her committeeare the services more interesting, Gators. message brought to the weekly birthday. .
will be a sophmore thisyear. to be congratluated for he made comment ai to the meeting of the Green Cove
making this a delightful affair "whyi and wherefores" of the Mrs. J. M. White spent several Springs Rotary Club Monday 41t ," .,
order of service. days last week In Jacksonville night by Clyde Ashworth who Dr. 11 Timothy Curter
s MCLl itlt 1 NOi000 l1NPU Pi1SUU r r as The only deviation[ from the visiting her son and II with the business division of h\

WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL IMDOO* s English order of service Sunday daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mn. St. Johns River Junior CoU OptometristAnnounces
U evening was that American J. M White Jr., and their loge. lie war Introduced by ...., 1' "
HAMID.MORTOM ALL t HEW SHRIKE tunes to the hymns were family and her son-in-law and Ben Zellner program chair a New M.Office.. ref Hour I
used. The melody of the English daughter, Mr, and Mrs John man. . Wnl,
; hymns Is different from Hohl. I King Solomon and George 1* s II a.!. I For All Your

ours the word. are the same. I Washington who lived 8,000 .4 1110 hey U, Orange Park Oiric. and Business
Mr Craig said the only j I Mr, and Mr. J. H. Brock of I years apart employed the same Phone sei tll|
Nd , Call
hymn whose melody he was Bradenton spent last Thursday mean of transportation lighting U
familiar with was Onward in Green Cove with her heating, cooking and other Eye Examinations Contact: THE CRESCENT
y Christian Soldiers siiter-ln-law Mrs J. J. Brock practices of elvtllaatlon. Lasses, OIa.... I

: jUs T C ET NfORMATlOb'l.USlaVID I The Bradenton Brocks were There have been greater advances -
Next Sunday evening at the on their way to the New York In this century than
SlAYS evening services. Mr. Craig will World Fair Mrs. J. J. Brock throughout all the balance of .
ADUl.n show pictures he made in Ox recently returned after spending time, according to the filmed
ATINEES r..wa ... ... s1.oNIGMt ford and London. a few days In Jacksonvillewith presentation, and the person
c. .. M."_., L.II.. her daughter and son-in- whoa R. C. factor i resistanceto
__ ...._ 11'0. : Mr, and ;;;.-R'Ie; Kinnear law, Mr. and Mrs Frank Saunders change) Is abnormally high Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Church <,
visited their son-in-law and simply will disappear from the '\ '
of Kkhorn: City, Ky. announce ''
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donal! scene. For the person who Is /\ Oft'i", ' ,
the marriage of their daughter f'-\
ERUi mnINS110N11 r. .......ii19Ji Sprague Satellite Beach over Mr and Mrs. Milton Padirett adaptable to change, tada,'! Sharen Patricia, to Loren I .. .. ' \
the weekend.Mr receiving congratulationson meteoric progress offers challenres -
are '
J Tucker of Green Cove. .
: the birth of a daughter and opportunities of The bride who ls a student Jj'Jj'I' ( \ /'T\
I and Mrs Robert Maxwell Rhonda Martha born Sept which earlier generations did resided .
111) CM AW..e 11e 1NIU I at Clay High
U of Gainesville, are the 13 at Clay Memorial. Her not even dare dream .
In Oreen Cove
e11re1MANC11 U5.0.s I parents of baby girl Dana welrht was six pounds 12\ ,
a I ,
I-S 10 s. tot, Oil I-].10 ... I The bridegroom a 1043 graduate
U 1.1, e.l. 1-1 00 *m. 6.., Ort 6.1:10.: ( .,Oil. 6-t 00*.. Marie, born September 1, in ounces Dr and Mrs J, M Maloneof of CI.III.h. U now employed I :S IRD'1.' ; "-
Alachua General Hospital.Gainesville. l
r rnN 1.M. I e.M. sin. Ye' 1.e. era C1.u l Fort Walton Yeah arrived by Downtown Oldsmo- The lady Mr. and Mrs. Charles William I '
I young I Tuesday for a visit with their bile CO., In Jacksonville. ; .,
welrhed seven Its, three o*. *, of Spring Street announce
arm and daughter-in-law, Dr I The couple are making [ ;
This U the first great granddaughter ; the birth of a d.u'hur.1 and Mrs John M. Malone home In Oreen Cove. : SPECIAL I
of Mr. and Mn Eol Teresa Lynn who was born _
r t A. Maxwell and the fourth I Sept. 4, at Clay Memorial, Hospital i
d r ,1 great granddaughter of Mr I She weighed five pounds, '
and Mrs Harry Griffin. I four ounces. IDA'S' BEAUTY SHOP 'H

Mr. and Mrs Park Oelger, Mr. and Mrs Ronald Usry ((1710 J'; .\11I1..r l1I1I Nt rl't.t) 'a It _

Jr. announce the arrival of are the parents of a baby boy, Y
1'IPaIap" ass I (COMI'MITi: "; BIIAPTY" : ( ( 'till':
) daughter, Suzette Denlae, Gregory Lee, born Sept. II, at
September I at Clay Memorial Clay Memorial Hospital His )For ,AiHtiiitm| | . Mil..., (Call/

HonpltaL She weighed eight weight was nine pound II
(fJI. :XU.XHIII'I'. t
and a quarter pounds. Her ounce.

grandparent are Mr and Mrs. At OeM 2 4.Jj.iu"ril'lullillc'll" ; :
Forest Moody and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Edward Out-

Park Octger. dry are the parents of a daugh* .In. (Our Afrno |ihon'" I
ter, born September 12 at Clay I '
Mrs Frank Oran of Madison Memorial, Hospital She has

Is visiting her son-in-law been named Michele Renee and ..JJ U;&::::== w]
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. weighed five pounds, nine
r E. J. Johnson this _k. ounces at birth.StIll II i)



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Family ROOMS (PsMM) ua.Mi.a 0111a m
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Phone 254.9J. i U* Man** U UM LAMEST Colors of Turkx receive a $22.95 liOVVfA Mill,
Distributor Miller Tire Anlolite Batteries $74J1
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Eggplant HarvestI election shall 'be Trustee declared* School Green Cove Sprints, Florida. : Election Inspectorg and Clerk SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DIST It mill. *o Indicate by depressing by Inspector the County and clerk appointed]
Trustees' of said dlatrloti provl- Precinct I'-' County VotingftMrTdY0110 will b* the same a* those used RICT ELECTION FOR CLAY tbe "for" lever over (under) determining:
I ded that not more than one 1 Center> Dr., In the Special Election and ap COUNTY, FLORIDA HELD NOVEMBER the mlllage you favor. You may talfuWb1 Trustees .of
Trustee hall b* elected from fnd, AD. lift elect only One (1) mtllage flarure. aid Special Tax School District
any ono Precinct S pointed by the County Commis 1. BALLOT FOR ELECTIONOF
residence district ttr County Voting than and to determine the number of
which a County Board House (Fire House donors TRUSTEES: Ballot reflMttnc more
; Member ) Middleburg-. shall mills of district school tax to belevied
I* provided for by law tf jorida one (1) mlllag* election collected
Section t That only electors INSTRUCTION TO VOTERS: not be crunted.I and annually
FIRST Who hall be the Precinct 4 County Voting residing within said Special Tax Indicate your choice by marking within said Special Tax School
Reboot Trustees! of aid Special I Houne. Clay I Hill., Florida, School District who are qualifiedelectors an "X" after the name of the All qualified elector re- District for the next ensuing
Florid.: \ Precinct ( entitled to vote /III elections person or 'rlon. of your cbcicefor tiding within Clay County whoievotlnir two yean for support and maintenance
tYa ,t'rthe County Voting registration I I. therein
ensuing twoSECOND Hou.e, Klng.ley Lake, pertainingto SpecialTax the office of trustee or bywriting cf schools In conformity
years; and Florida.H School District. as definedbv I In the name of a person hall be entitled to vote In the with all matter* and ln. 1
The Precinct < Voting- and In accordance with the or persons cf your choice for election of truateel and such the foregoing; resolution slatand
or thool !tax to ha levied and ., Bellmor Section,' Florl- Constitution and Statute of the the office and marking I an "X"thereafter qualified elector who pay a tax with the Constitution and
collected da, State of Flcrlda, ahall be quail. Vote for three per on real rr personal property Statute of the State of Florida
annually for the next Precinct I T Count within| said county shall b* entitled
two year for Voting fled and entitled to vote In said one Dated at Green Cove Springs,
anc* of schocli support and main- H c u. (Library) eystone election that the Supervisor of _, BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX to vote In the election to. Florida, thin 11th day of Sep.
; and Heights. Florida Registration of the County of I set the school tax district milla .
e ba Section, I,same is her byr cal Precinct S City Hall Oran' Clay. State of Florida, shall be, levy t.7tbr'ltfRJtl PUBLIC TV-
led to held on the Ine : County Beard'of: o'J."uebltjdl The proposed mutate| levy for under
nt: day Voting; furnish| the II HEREBY OIVEN that FLORIDA
:: House, Highway 17, the School term a* bythe .
the h o'clock atruction County' Florida fof-d(1 and by virtue of and In accordance
urs of 7:00 Precinct ttlJal Crusty Board I ) ROBERT M. PATERSON.
: AM an4 10 Court House a list of all elect. with the -
I 7:00 o''lcCk. places at tho follow. Annex Green Cove Springs, Flo- ore residing .within said Special mill., If yon favor the proposed lutlrn, an tII"rl'ife: heldon Chairman
In. "ol1ln. In aald Spec rlea Tax School District, who are mlllaire, ao Indicate by deprenrectlv Tuesday the Ind day of November
fait ial Tax School District, and that Precinct 11 New City Hall qualified.. lctor entitled to ing the "for" lever located dl- ,' A.D, IMS, between the ATTEST:
they are located aa follow.: Penney Farms, Florida vote In said election, a* defined over (under) the proposed hours of TO': o'clock A.M. and JESSE P. TYNES JR. Supt of
Precinct 1 County Voting Precinct 11 County Voting 4>v and In accordance with the milia... T:OS o'clock P.", within said Public Instruction, Clay .Couny. -
Rouse (near Court House (Firehouse) Meadowbrook Constitutional" Statute of the If you favor a different mill- Special Taw School District No. Florida ..
= Home), -Bellalr, Section State of Florida age levy, from e mill through 1 to be conducted by the election MUBPI


Brown, tl Orangedale, tried planting seven ind I ,
one half acres of erf-plant In Jane ., _.
an off-season planting .t. J. ,.' .,
period, and U
now harvesting approximately 500 bushels an ., ,
acre, aU of them going to "" -. .
a single Jacksonville wheleaal ', , "

produce dealer According to Brown, shown abort holding .. .

an ordinary eggplant and ono of the many 11-lncber that I .: "
grew five or 10 to a waiit-hlf plant, the harvest will last
till the first frost. Eggplant, a native of southern Asia, Is P''r

closely related to the potato. It Is also called guinea squash,
rgf-frtUt and aubergine.
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Clay High News r, .

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...t.'.. I tlon and' after the) game the t Y'zM DS '

I . coaches reported that they Many

t [ were, pleased with the outcome -

On Friday, the Clay High

Blue Devils went to Palatka to \\\E.l\ ; f

test their strength Along '

with them went a large numberof

students, teachers and other Services

fans to offer the team their '

support. The boys appreciate

this and have requested as good

I or even better turnout at to.

moirow's game In Lake City. Ic c: d" t -' s

( Although the final score was 4 yN7 rte t

J. J 30.0 in Falatka's favor, the The Crescent

Devils are not discouraged

By POLLY PATERSON Head Coach Gary Spruce says

the that the boys made a lot of
Last Tuesday night,
the mistakes, but as Coach Harvey
High football team opened
I Elmore agrees, they want the
season with a practice scrim-
team to know they are not disappointed -
mage at Booster's Field The
varsity and "B" squad were with them Coach Offers OurCommunity
said that Palatkawas
divided Into equal teams that Clay Oooch
not 30 points better than
played each other The purpose
the Blue Devils, but that a few
of this game was to preparethe
boys for their game thefollowing unfortunate mistakes gave Pal- ""
atka the points. ,
Friday night against :.
Palatka Coach Spruce was happy to .

report no major Injuries to his
The scrimmage provided .
the boys with an opportunityto team and said that Douglas .
earned recognition by
try out their plays, adjust Hawkins
themselves to working under making 13 individual tackles

the lights and give' them a Friday, the team will meet

general Idea of what they wouldbe Lake City there. This will be

up against during the sea- a tough encounter for them

eon's games Many supporters and they will be happy to know

came out to see the team In ac- that the town supports them.

yesterday they hoped to be r

RENOVATIONS AT PAINTER operating in their new plantby 1mIIIII


Extensive renovations are .

now under way at the Painter ROBERTS IS

Poultry plant midway between HOSPITAL PATIENT

Green Cove and Orange Park Ociald Roberts, only son and 1

Incubators are scheduled for business associate of Q I. Rob-

delivery on Oct I, and It will erta, president of Roberts TII

require approximately four Chevrolet, Inc? underwent surgery PRQ IN '

weeks thereafter for Installation In a Jacksonville hospital

of them yesterday He Is reported In

A company spokesman said satisfactory condition. s

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than one member of the family.,but moat large dogs are patient MULTIPLE AND SINGLE PRINTED f FORMS WEEKLY NEWSPLANNED :
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good the job will be easier implements needed are: one large
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!ftOTHB OF KLKtTIOI Instruction" rf Clay County ,
I* r-FCI\l.': TAX SCHOOL Florid, In meeting; duly se .
\ DIKTRICT IWO 1 ...nbl.d:
\ LAT COUNTY! ri-oniu Heiiloa I. That an election b.alld .
The fcllowlng- resolution cal the urn l> hereby calledto
ling an election to b* "held' la b. held In Special Tn fehaol s
Special plain' ,'t No. District No. I of Clsv! County,
1 of laOt.. ;, Florid was Florida, the said district Wn! .
adopted at a meetingof the co-extensive wild Ik* *oundarleefollowing M.
Board of Pubtle Inetrui'tlon rf ref C1av County, to determine the
I Clay nt r held at leaetflce matters and thing by
In Green Cove Hi I'rlng, a majority of the ballot can
on the 11th day of Sep.B by electors qualified to veto at
S t tuber such electtoe. except that threeparson.
I ;e1 'iT-RKSOLVKD and OR. receivingthe, highest l



SEPTEMBER 1C, IMS CJtati County 1 Crescent real rmr




in TOM' COURT OP rat corn.TV .
FOR SALE Beautiful home le Ji.r by ..n. that the POa TAX DEED JVUCIII. CLAY COVMTTtPLOMIUA.
eight mile cut Penney IN .
One-bedroom two extra Florida .KKWI} I CU County Inning Uommluloa NOTICE IS HKRBBT: GIVEN
Farms golf eenrse. Two bedroom will hold '. HMitnr on that U. K. W1UU1NH. the rot E.tau of
rooms All knotty-pine pan Thursday, Uclot.r 7., at hie LULU UKHTRUOn: WAONKR,
hold.r of the followingeartl I
home, furnished, Inclod- eUa,. Electric altenen equipped. Whether you have sold before unlock p.m.. In Ih. A.n.mbly [|r.Us has filed geld ..'IIIloa'..* Ue.....*... -
log appliances. 8(300 or will or net, we need men toom of the Clay County Court for a lax deed to bo lowed TO ALL CRBDtTOBS AND MUU
Landscaped lot. 188J' by SM. blouse Ann.x, Ur..n Cove
iaor.on. Tho certificate number IONS HAVING CLAIMS OKUKMAND
rent at $.0 month. Lot SVxUr Vented heat. Real bur Call and women to sell America' Springs, Florida, r t deep. Garage. Ehveod Johnson. accident andhealth ol hating oblkutlon If any, toIn.uing orlPton of the property, and the biSTATHi
owner. Phone .....17.. finest a permit to comply with name In which U wa assessed
OCS phone ".-UII. or call at and life policies and Mctton and Ration 1, Para. are as foll.wstCertificate ton and each of you are kern
l-2S-4te graph Lll or Artklo XVI. o( the by notlfl.d and required te present
SOS South Magnolia opposite new we bent Clay County Zoning Regutatlna.\ No Ill any claims sad demands
Tarn Mill. S-28-tfe namely to u>. the toll<'wln. d..- Tear of I.auanoa June t. till which you or either ef you
rrlbd properly for a Shopping Dooorlptlon 0' Property! may have against; the estate oi
FOR RENT DENTAL Cont.riTlMt. Lulu U.rtruda Wagner, ......-
I FOR w and Stereo I certain tract or parcel of PerkName Lots 11 II, Blk. t. Conn.aul od late of Mid County to the
Itu INSURANCE land kwlnit a portion of 8M. County Judge of Clay Crusty,
1RATES records like newt Christy FOR RENT Two ............ one lion y, Town.hlB 4 South It"". In which' .......41 Fin at his office la the courthouse
1 I Minstrels. Ray C riff. Andy .* It Knot Clay County, Flo-" Pits R. BrewerAll of said County at Green
bath trailer with added room, The leads ... this new rids! b.lnK more particularlydeerrlb.4 of eald property being la Cove Springs, Florida, within
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ; WinUms, Eddie Duchln. Jo on large lot, four miles north alone will keep you busy Inl.rortlon: a beginning of the KMt.rly at the the' County of Clay, Stats ec Flo sit. calendar months from the. ..
Stafford Henry Jerome Mood ride. time of the first publication '
TYPE Thli aIM ., GCS. Phone 214-1710 after and make It possible fer yea right of way line of Slate Itoad eortUloate this notloo. Two copies of each
8 POINT : Unlaes such or o.r.Utl.I. -
Mute album. Call No. It with the Hiiuth.rlyrlaht
Schwab, claim' demand shall. be InwrilinrL
I ,... a-18-Ste .. shall bo redeemed ao-
te earn from $108 to $188 of lino of BUIrmoroRnul.vurd
) Pint insertion UP war . and shall state theplae. .
type CARD OF THANKS, and Clad.n Revels ChryslefsPty. ; Ih._ liouthII10" It' cording to law the property d .
30"word for $1.80 an per week. erlb.d .In curb e.rtlfloato or ear.llflcal.a . of raald.nco and coot office
to Ra t along the
mouth, Phone Gel 2848811.S182te. addr.aa of tho claimant. sadshall
IN MEMORIAU: Up to 10 FOR RENT Three bedroom. wltlll. anld to the high.sst '
rliht of 1
over 30 at Be per word. Ad- Write Mr. D. J. DeWItt, P. more Boulevard way, U'"Ilr bidder at the court house bo sworn to by the claimant -
ditlonal oonMCutiTt inter words for.11.50. aQ over SO house, screened perch. Large, O. Boa 1847S, Tampa, Fla. the laM of way door on the first Monday In agent or altorn.y: .adaecompeniol
Month of October loll. which. Is by a flllna fee o(
shady line of drainage rl M
tloni talnlmum of $1.20; allover at to per word. FOR SALE Waterfront property fenced yard. 108 x 288 1)808, giving abort resume wgyt| thrnro a Houth ll'lfl1Wrtt > Ike till day of October, Ills.Pat.d on. dollar and such claim. or do
ft. let. Artesian wett Phone mend not so fllod shall bo void
10 words at 4o per at 208 Governor Street. for appointment near yeareity alonald Weilorlyrlcht this lUll day of AutualfJKOnCJB a/ Loon N. Wagner .

word. Phone ".-HI5. S18StpFOR ; ".-1571 or 284-2872. 8-14-2tp ,.11.1.. of of way way,line Til.II cf fish a dralnnaerlaht ) th.n. 111.' K CARUMLB. As and executor testament of the of Lulu Last 0.Will...

LEGAL ADVERTISING: re continue ( ':n'h.'O' n.rh of Clrriilt Court el trud. Wagner, daroaaadPlral :
SALE Guaranteed used FOR RENTl Three bedroom nf way line 'I8'Knit. Clay County, Florida publication Sept IS ties
'U Tl th.nre
11 :
Pint insertion $1.40 per appliances. house furnished the of |.4lpQC /-U-4tcLNW
Automatic washers, 878; two bedi i Northerly right way

(This size type) First Inch; each additional loner SSS upi 1 refrigerators $12 up| room, 215 88 s 18 trailer. $.*. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I lino way of Rrslh a dralnn a/'bell"o tight Weal.of

insertion, up to 30 lion $ .80 per inch; or M ranges, $28 a,. Carey's Florida Jim Carey Phone 284-SI88. I.IS.lte I. III I tent to tho Kimt.rlv right
rf way line I of Mid KiotoU
words for $3.00, all over required by Statute. Traders. StMteFOR '- curve'A d No In,tho ill! lh right. .ni-o In along Bald o Thinking of Real! Estate?,JwREALTOR- -- \

:30 at 10o per word. Additional : SALE 18-ft. marine ply. I UNUSUAL right of woe line. old curve
FOR RENTl 1-room, one bathhouse haling a rudlui of a111 feel
consecutive insertions wood boat, weight 85 Ibe. complete In OPPORTUNITY a dlnliinro of HIT SI feet ani '
READING NOTICES Orangedale; )38 a *urd a rhnrd ....,.
minimum of : Per with fishing tackle. $S5. month. Inquire Macs Bar, Inv North II'II'II" kart to
West Coast Corporation recently the .Int of Hi-.lnnln..
May be seen at IS W. WalnutSt y.
$2.40; all over 30 wordsat line, 25c.DEADLINE. I Orangedale or call GCS 2841718. reorganised that can All purtl.o In Interest soil rill.
GCS. after I ,.... f-IS-lte .n. lull have an n""nIlInll.'ft
8c per word. 2-21-ltp withstand rigid financial .... heard at old. time andplnro.
amlnatlon Is offeringon a
ri Cnunlr foninr CcmmlMlon
CLASSIFIED DISPLA t: Per : Noon Tuesday SINGER electric sewing machine I MISCELLANEOUSUNITED no-franchise fee bah. exclusive IIvt .m.. R. Crows

column Inch. $1.40. No dl* preceding publication date In console cabinet like distributorships. This Chairman t.U.tI..A 1.1'

counts. of Thursday. new Sews forward and re VAN LINES. Preplanned -, I. a product In demand by NO'I'It'M or UC'T'fI'II:

verse. All attachment for making long distance movingIn every home owner and every TMIUM IT MAY l'II. I'a.ltNI: /
. . . . . -t-H- riir.umit tu M.rllin. aRa.U. Kl.. .
. '
buttonholes tlf-saiilng business and I. currently e
Tr. I .S.nlll... vans. In Clay ; rlil'* "'oIU'... nulli-o. la h.r.liy' FINANCING PROPERTIES
FOB SALE Three bedroom: FOR SALE bedroom brick and fancy stitch de.I,.... Fully County contact Wilds T. Russell Ins used by such national arganlsatlons alien l nf. an .t.fllon In h. held &lPRIME
on Tnrailay, ftttuh.r It. lilt for
house, with carport floor furnace I house on Iota 50' x IZf each guaranteed. Can be seen In real .elate. 708 N. Orange as Sears Roebuck the purl',,. .>r ..)..<.thin three (IIupirvlanro l

end air conditioner In Within city limits on N. St, your area. Make fight monthly Avenue, Green Cove Springs and Co. Holiday Inn Motels Meter I ftna.rvatlun for I iMov IHatrlil Hull\ and fur ARE NOW AVAILABLE

cluded. Good location. AH Cyclone .Johns Avenue. Will Mil for payment of ..... or will discount Phone I........ '."-tfe and various branches of the "..rm. of four III ,..r. ....... , I I

fencing Corner of Idle- unshed or an/orobhed. For information <. for rash. Write! Credit armed fore,.. Product 100 will Mho li* following ii|'*n on .1.11"41 niillln diiy\,1.\ .lio<-ft> ZONED FOR BUSINESS! ((1) Building and property adJacent

wild and highland Avenue. pbone 2141118 0182SO. Manager, US 8. Clearwater WE BUY Good used 'oral- per cent guaranteed Investment I wi-fn: 1'tl.the. hour of S,110" M andImo to Mlnlt Market on Highway; ((3) Approximately

Can 284-1411. 7-lMfe l-its o I Road Lane Florida. ..IS..t, lure Specialize In intlturs and from 8600 to 'H.- Hank of llrvrn Cov MprlnMI, :300x300 feet on U. 8. 17 North Juit outside city limits:

estate Items. By the piece or 000. Investment guaranteedwith 1I.'n HiiKlrliakrr Pure. Hurlnna" IIr...., U Kli,.rlilu... t'ovo ((3) Approximately 100' on Orange Avenue at North; adjacent .

houseful. Carey's Florida Trad- 100 per cent markup. Hl>rlnna. rMurhla properties available
Calmer I. NMIIIanunn'a Mlnro,
era '.IS.I Ie Manufacturer has proven U,..." Cuv. aprtoee, florlila GOING BUtllNEMi LT Bar A Grill, with home Hwy
method of distribution, a.. l.lltl.'a n..... lirl 1. U,.... t'uV.Klirlnai. .
BUYER'S GUIDE Floridal'r 1'1. South. near county line.
SPARE TIME? EXTRA INCOME vertlalnf and merchandising.A ca. Urn., liuiloro 'nl..1 POSSIBLE' : Bl'HINESH' : SITE House of over 3,000: square
rii rhlaMiddUhiirK.
Competent man or factory representative will Orwrry Mlddl.bnr .. Net, at 103 Magnolia Avenue, South. Oppoilte Spring

woman Interested In the fu. assist you In setting up jour .. .'1",1"" runt and Orevn Cove Motor Lodfe.
Clnv Hill Ylnrlda
tense Urn.
I CONDITIONING BEVERAGES REAL ESTATE tare .. refill and collect money business. For complete ... II.., II Noll'. Num. Ilrengs RESIDENTIAL' PROPERTTl: Ii) Three bedroom house,

lim I I from our new super coin operated tails and descriptive UUra fork Kalllnarilllna FIorlA."' station, "'.". two baths at 210 W. Bay Street; (2) Thr.e bedroom

MILBER6ER TWIN REALTY dispensers No soliciting tare write National ChrmFlastlos n.y Karma Harhrr, KlorldaJun.V Hliqp Kojrinn. house, one bath at 817 BU Johns Ave.; (3) Three bedroom

PAUL'S original accounts as rente UeetabUabed Carp,' *>SO Page ll.fihU. rtnfldalua houie, IH bath, at 103 Bt. Johns Ave.; (.> Two

, Hilda T.' Ntlh by ... Te eusUfy Industrial BrveU. St. teule, | Ifflre. .Labs, fit bedroom eoncrvte block on Highway 17 South, near county -

REFRWERATWIiSERVICE' RealtorRENTAL far profile sad ownership yen Mlaeouri 41112 or eaU eel Para rMnrililiiwnfl. Kliiri'<1 nrnrtry, Or.n.. tin;
All Legal Beverages must have to 81MO.M Irct Robert T. Adams at All nuollfla4| .l..nora r..' Pour-

(: 1F LOT SALES to Invest and 8 to II hoursweekly. IIA I-7I4I Area Cede 114. rllalhlo Ins within in v.Ih....,,I'islrirt Qimll'l.d" shall....he.. bedroom frame hou-.all Penney Farms, l-acro lot. (7> Two
bedroom houae on 3-acre tract. Very reasonable.
Open 8 A. M. te 1 A. M. Residential CimmeriUI Interstate Merchandisers R.ehe.ter . |,.rwme.alNi.d'n' ,nla In .an-
Ir CodlHoe>le iriajiiailsu ere, plerll-n. undo, Iha'n WATERFRONT PROPERTY (1)) Three-bedroom home.,
'.N eateeelia UdueirialServing Minnesota. Include and rialul.a of rinrMa
who landnwn.ra within Ih. within and outside city UmlU; (2) Riverfront site within
t S. Palmetto Street I Duval County Line Greater day Oeejnty ,ho.... I-ll-lip anticsantics ( 1.ore"1 .h,.....
Home Phone 284-1780 Notary hNetfONl U M. lllnawnrth.. Admlnla.rainr city Ilmlta, Ideal for exclusive apartment development.
Nerth of Orange Park
2848581PPUANCCS e 39.48S square feet with more available: (Si Home on
Business. Phene
MALE IIELP WANTEDKO.MKTlir.VO run OM Tin A..r..rAT.Oill 11C1e1.. 11..1. 11011 Consepve'Inn.r.dI.ISrN''r wheel, with Florida room addition, on nice lot off

: BOATS Office 284-8881 Nitric': U IIKRBMT GIVEN: 1'11I'YNCYou Florence Cove; (4) Modern Home built 1180)) with
TII HM 1111 ir N"
Orange Ave. .. at Ray StOreen THAT II. 11:. WICKIINS. the .,. hereby n. ",..., that glsas sliding door., overlooking Black Creek. Private dock

TV APPLIANCE Pave SpringeCPnOLSTERT ( ( .VKWI: hold.r of tho fallowing' c.rllflrot.i Ihn. fullnwlnir' ,,slur vshl.lnh.vni.t | and boat house, 300 feet on creek, 400 feet deep.
has filed Mid ..,ItrI..... ( : mil: l-dr impale M*-
%nether you .have sold before for a las d..d to be Issued I>. anld' at iiulilh.a' I. ale I* u'.
We Repair A0 Brand I ,...,..... The certlfksle. nnmkersrrlntan cluck on Iho lilt day of .|. > RESIDENTIAL: LOTS of Varying slaws, within and outside
and BeslyaHMERCURT or> net, we need Men ...,. 0' tlI.n. the dse. ember. Iiai. at -".. ",...".
Servicing Clay County TO UPHOLSTERY and women to nell Ameri and and the .>l dura, Cut "I'n.| city limits.
A Z '
at the property 1h nrwriMU nf I". aala will M
For Mitten Tears can finest strident and nam.a In whIsk It was .......d ai'i'llrd" first In Ilia payment ..Ih. FINANCING I/ now available.TWIN
SALES A SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS II* Magnolia Avenue fvlluwoiC.MIfliaia . -<>.!. nf ,.'.kln., alnrlnu
Orante Park Ph. 2C48M5FULLERTON'S health and life polities! and ore at anil aal. of acid innlur .
Green Cove Syringe N., l*(
new we hare >4 (h. rust rf |ml>l|< allnn nfNoll
Phone 28I-S784 Year of legend June I, lilt ,.o nf .ale and theno IN.KllnfarHon REALTY
F 1.'l tlo" .I rrupirlyU . of Ih. lialanc duound.r
Wet A Dry Sterns.Marine IEST.UeINfit'l1.tx'Fi) : lh. ronlrait lill Maria
FURNITURECANVAS lake Illllr..t -
>ta M A II. Ills. 4.
time fnlvin HI.
and" W Mr of
Wayst'JI. I
24 N. Orange Ave. WORK J : Name*In which .......4': ,I, iur IUH.: .I1 lr n fore Ki-rlna aald, IIIIJ T N.lh. Realtor

rea Cove Springs 214-8511 ItIGh WAY 17 SOUTH BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS ,1 "....... '."na . I m.'overina Ion vehlcl..flnamlna'Any avrplua of will HOCIATMi .Joseph K.: and Evelyn GelembertrRe.
All of .aI.I rvp.rtv
Oranie Park Phone 2C-8SS SLIPCOVERS MADE The lead on Ibis new lha Counir of ('lar, Stale :;Yin\ I". paid l.. you and you will r.. ., Ph. Ml-lJJt
Hall halamo
COUNTING main ' for any r
"New Furniture pradurt. alone pill keep yMbu rI"" r.rtkflcala or r.rIKkaoa malniri' unpuld. ands. sell' f tn' Ureea Cove
Unlse Springs
i awn Bay ML al U. ... 17, Mouth
MOBILE HOMESMOBILE ahall ... .....m.d a. Iran
and make U rattle '
with the Old eomf011.Co "y fi (1. lladl'Mk, CnlLrllunV .
REED ACCOUNTINGAND .'.rAiad la law the prnnarlr t*" rhone til lilt. Day or Night
for pee to earn from |lltU prlax 4 In .rh r.rlifloal' or r.rlirtrkt. ).na. rtl
> a
A. HUMMEL In Clsy and
.. will l anld lo .". high >nr l chance Corp. of pin (We handle VA and FIIA r.poI..lIDlon.
f ISO per week. .. .. Nnrlh
HOMESWe eel bMd.r at She Court " maN. RlratUOlaeevdb. lJuval Counties)
TAX SKHV1CBLisle Write Mr. D. 1. UcYUU. I: :;.-.11.of1r1aMp tko first, l*.Mondii l. wklrh* In la blue, Yla. I

Kenney, Owner P. O. Be* l'm, Tampa i! '' ik dar nf Vtoh.r. lull. .II.IIOre -
buy, sell >r trade.FaeUry BAXLEY TRIM SHOP i, 'r'.I. Ibis I4lh t N Orange Mr. Oreen Cove FU. SIMf. giving short resume !
outlet for TsyUf UN West Idlewlld Avenue. fer sppednlmrnpent) I IMInrr>ii r. f ARI.Iaik!':. I
TeL 3N1711Personalized Mobile Homes built !. Green I inch, of 4Ieull rinrl ., I II
Service.cconntlnsr Eel .... IS your elt,. t-tl-IU i (Inv ('.-..". rl.''
Con l.t.... .... the Mg I2N fleas 181-14)1 i.tglCCHURCH ,
tm .Letsuraaaa" al

.\ & Tax our let ea lUchwsy 11 East.: R.eeeU.rq Oran.Cove...,.-SpringeiM .......... NOTICESCHRISTIAN

Returns ooa>a4M I* err. rm tie ..rr HELP WANTEDSALES ,
ST. JOHNS. MOBILE HOMES.we. ..... .a .It ........-. .....
rw ..._ ....., ..--- ,_.. SCIENCE 9'BELESTATE(1'lI/
..... ,. (
Finns & kdwl. e IrMlwa.don. SOCIETY
Bosinf".t TeL 284-1151 Green Ore I.... 1-.. WUItKi };lCeJ.

IndividualsNO Nbh ......tawl. Cpa.M lent opportunity for semi Cor. E. ....$.. St. A

I 7ftWi li M. Magneto Ave.
CA41 1 on business houses inCUr

Count area Kzpenes : + INDUSTRIAL t

. TRESPASS 'a plus liberal commisions. *. ..... 24, 1848faftJaHi REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL

TRYASMALLAO I Must hare car. Foil '4
DMrfbwter raWALTTT-' .f' I it ACREAGE '
or- part-time work. Interesting j ,
CABS A ....uJ. IvvMatluej. Is ertea--
Milk sales service work. RENTALS
All isrrieea "
Jersey eel 4e attend fit '
FOR i Write fully to "Sales", A

t w AVAILARLE l FOR THE Per P.O. Box 578 OCS tfe I

I T A N "W! HArt Tilt Kin ,

CRESCENT aa to care fee eUefty. Ie..... N -

CALL 244-HU ee28421M ... W them ....... Meat Bee I TIMBER

... Write. Bel 0.. The. Creaeeejt. -
rtxRTw In'PLID P. 0. Bet ". Oren Ptussell
> priiwrTrRR
cove Splints, giving partleetsra. )

AIR BAlE FCsWrrCRE CO. We give the ref.,...... "11-U. A REGISTEIfO REAL ESTATE IROKER

OPTICS CO. pettpmpleee oa roar prtatlnt. HELP WANTEDi PartUaae

Oa ...APP. hpwwtan Our serrvennpltuM wmltrewa. Apply ke perse a. Qwi- Long Tmns . no D ial 284 948 1 // NO AN1wla .:,

*>rd E. Jones Jr. Owner Blvd.JaeksewrtBe JOG and ...... Coffee ...... -2S-tfe. penalty. M pre-payment J ti plAt 111.1430

Specialists in alas R.mitelt STT ,....1. our prices wm be FEDERAL LAND T0N.. ORANGE AVE, GRIIN COVI S/RINGS (!) 1

rouoaabJe. WOVEN! ChrMmae '
Ofncs BuppBes and etarte early with. Ave c.... "yeaend L ee' .

Office Equipment Try a CUsetfM A4 CALL C8 FOR ALL Isea. part e. ,.....-. Valuable OateoMfll

In The PRINTED MATTER eels tenttoey new .......... 4211 S.W. tills ....... ', v ay ,

omplrte! Line of Greeting ClAY COCNTT CRESCENT Write Mrs. Oueda bed P. O. ...... 4-8484
Cards CLAY COCNTT Bes ..,. fJve Oak. Fhv
for step*
ReeeJU r._ .....1. 8-2J-IU i 1
S4 t-7 Park 8U JaeksoaetOr Aaaaateg

I 6ch


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FACE !!( > ( Crescent!
I SIX Ctay Eounty '. . TnURSDAf, SEPTEMBER IS, 1X5


Sure to Please:' Curry and Ricer LEGAL NOTICB. Around and About

r : NOTICB As .A Matter Of FactBurllnlton I-I HEALTH

1r a NOTICE to Chapter la hereby 101.71 given Laws pursuant ot1o'lorld& By HUGH SMITH I

daries ,ot that Precincts the Precinct No. I boun and 1 III "You can tell a man who 40Y-S raY\

No. S of Clay County, Florida, boozes
I wore duly and regularly changed IA \I\
bY lUnulutlon
on Ueptembur U
tell by the Buard cj County Inc., this week awarded a $2 "By the company that he ,
Commissioners ot Clay County berviee 01 Vow 1 Doctor ot Medicine.
Florida, and are a. follows; million contract to H. L. Coble Construction Company of chooses Your Until Mrdiral, Society and the
Florida Mtdml' Aa.ncunoe.STROEESI .
PRECINCT EIGHT Greensboro for construction of a new central research and "And the pig rot up and
Begin at the point where the
north boundary line of Clay development center to be located on a 50-acre tract west slowly walked away!" REHABILITATION:
County Intereects the west bun
of the Ht. Johne Slyer and run of Greensboro. The site is In the northwest quadrant at Well, there Is a movement AVAILABLE
thence due west along said .
th boundary to the went bou the Gullford-Jamestown OVerPIU.' afoot to make the county wet
cary line of the Town of Orange and Ideally the disabled person
many reasons are give
1'ark; run thence south along The center will consolidate and further expand the central who has suffered a stroke!! shouldbe :
aid went boundary to the for .this movement. started promptly on the road
r xd research efforts of Burlington' diversified textile .
lalj south boundary of Section I 4 operations
t>t r'1 Trwnihlp 4 South, Kaflgo 2d Taxes would go to the county to rehabilitation. Unfortunately" ,
East; thence went along the and will consist of three units totaling about 100,- and city that elsewhere however there are thousands of
w are going
south boundary of said $Uectlo parsons who have been disabled
1 and Hectlcn 6, Town. 000 square feet of floor apace and how much we need lor years by stroke which occurred -

hlo East to 4 the South southwest Range corner II ot Laboratory functions at the new center will Include the money for street building HUGH SMITH long ago. Many of these

aid Section 6; thence aouth a. dyeing and finishing applications, chemical, fiber research, and schools and one thing and fingers in milk bottle behind people are lying in bed or (it-
long the cant boundary line ofSection a : ting helplessly in chain unableto
fiberglass, physical evaluations, polymer and elastomers, another, they .
T, Township 4 Bout, say.Don't the closet door. get about unable to care for

ual Like The fingerprints cook of tastes in curry'Ieem to vary with the ''ndivld. north Range of tl the East north to a right point of 1500'way and electronic and mechanical research. believe"lit! It is quite another to walk their own simplest need.

India makps her own curry powder, and may Ilse of State Itoad Mo. S24; thence The center will employ about 150 persons, including those patients
pulverize The of the
In front city
from five to people who want right up vehaemobe
fifty deferent our ,
inRredipnt. to obtain just the weit and parallel with the scientists technicians engineers and administrative and n disabled for
prerigo flavor she wants for a particular dish' In other countries north right of way line of Stat fair city and county to have manager or the local fuzZ and months or yean aa a result of

,such trick prrcision But the foods i. not. .rT'red; prepared l currv powder will do the Road> way No.line S24 of State to the Road emit No.rlahtof 21; service personnel. hard liquor for sale don't car order a Tom Collins. strokes, the majority can be at

the arcompanimente curried l' the amount of spice used and hence southerly along said last one whit about taxes and road Sooner or later, them that least partially rehabilitated-can:
are subject to wide' variation. Two fads do right tf way line to the south be trained to gel about' to care
not seem t.o change, however: curries are popular, and are always line of Sections 1 and 11; Tnwn The U. S. Army Field Band of Washington under the and schools. They're just plumb likes a shot now and then will for their own bladder and bowel

e.Ik. .aN'OmpanJed:The by ricf' ship thence 4 Will South along, Range the south 21 mull line; command and direction of Lt. Colonel Robert L Blerly, will tired of having to drive six get a chance to vote it in the needs, and to perform activitiesof
reason for
air'curling hot ihel"iicr! hc 'I. rimplo. Whether the curry is of Sections 12 42, 11. 10 and ITownnhlp present a concert in the St. Augustine Amphitheatre at 7:30: or seven miles for their hootch. open. daily living. Some can even
hit w'W' hint the bland flavor/ of rice sets 4 South, Range 16 be taught to do gainful work.
contrasting Cant to the southwest corner ot o'clock next Tuesday evening The public Is invited. No Of course, we all know Oreen The gray people who take The rehabilitation of

..dellea'YI'UOW it. !i t xtureee In d compatiblelcolor] snowy whitewith" aid the north Section boundary 9; thence line north of Cla'ounlyi to admission is charged for concerts by the U. S. Army Field Cove will be the last holdout theirs behind a closet door persons who have had strokescan most

as the Saffron Rice below ; thence west to against the vile brew because won't say or do anything. be accomplished with the
clanneic. Curry With Benanav C"l'beversion' of the Enl: thence due south 4V4 mile Band.The Total abstainers will gather help of the family and the family
Indian curry. a.the ..inlle I to the hnlf section line of Sec 100 piece U. S. Army Field Band has appeared in we have more churches than )
accompaniment and
daffron/ rice (yellow rice) give it the island touch. Ion 24 21 Eant Township: thence 4 South due east Range a. the Inaugural parades of Presidents Truman, Eisenhowerand beer bars and there aren't five in grand, indignant groups have physician.the knowledge; Physicians and training today i *

":::- lm Curry With Bananas Irtance of IH miles tc Little Kennedy, has given concerts In all BO states, 15 countries counties across the land quail- and vote against it in a bloc required to rehabilitate themajority

1 cup thinly 'sliced onion 2 whole clove. long Hack the Creek center; thence line northerly of Little of Europe and has presented many concerts in the fled to make such a brag fortified by Feratol and as of patients who have

A cup chopped green pepper Dash of ground mace Hack Creek to It. Interaction Far East. Furthermore, Gordon Craig plrln.. had strokes.Some .

3 1 small I clove garlic, minced 21to 3 cups cooked lamb, with loctlnn the J5 couth'.nd boundary II, Township line at 4 can prove beyond any reasonable Personally. I never touch: more extensive patients rehabilitation may require fa

tablespoons olive oil,, butter 1 cubed South Range 15 Eant! thence doubt It costs to the stuff. If there's one thingIn cilities. Many general hospitals
or margarine 3 banana easterly alonir the south bound- more rehabilitate
V liretl about Shrine Circus with new lineup containing
2 tablespoons flour A 1z inch thick try rf Sections 16. 14 and 12 of Hamld-Moiton'a a an alcoholic than this world I can't stand and clinics:: are conducting total

2 cups meat stock or bo. n aid unit*Townnhln line dividing and Range Ranges to the 25 many top European stars, will play In Jacksonville\ any city the size of Oreen Cove t's a sloppy bartender who rehabilitation who have programs had strokes for patients

'A cup tomato sauce :'A Saffron Rice: and 21; thence southerly along Coliseum, Oct. 123. can accumulate in taxes Ills a glass so full, it spills other disabling conditions. or
2 tablespoons minced parsley f 1 cup uncooked rico aid range line to the waters olootor Playing a third annual engagement under the sponsorship a Such
1 tablespoon curry powder r :/ 2 water r> I.aket thence northerly year. That's a good argument over on your fingers. programs are planned by teams
1 teaspoon salt cups long the west bank of Doctors of Jacksonville's\ Morocco Temple, the internationallyknown On the of experts in medicine surgery
1 salt other hand
teaspoon haveto
,nke to the St. John Riverhence we
k ; offers one of the most psychiatry social work
Harold-Morton presentation nursingand
J teaspoon pl'prer U teaspoon saffron northerly along the west! consider humanity a* a ,
1 te' .rgu hay 1 tablespoon butter or hank of the St. John. River to varied programs in circus history. vocational rehabilitation.
whole and not pick out indi Little Classified Ad To determine what
1 pinch thyme margarine he nolnt of beginning. rehabilitation -
.jjfij 1 at 8:30
scheduled Friday Oct. :
shows are ,
AND AIXO that area wlthn Evening viduals. If this facilities your community
Cook onion green{ In 2 tablespoons oil the following dmrrlhed houn- tend at 8. Matinees are planned thing got in
pepi l ? until I o'clocK Saturday Oct. 2 Results to hn. consult your physician or
the Biff
dories Resin he Intrrnectlonf
: at hands like
Colden. Sprinkle on Pour, n I ... well blended. Add meat wrong Sargent local medical
? stock Stale hoed No. 220 and No. Saturday at 2:30: and Sunday at 1 and S o'clock. society. It is Important
summer until thick and en. ux lh. Add tomato (:one for all) shriven or John
sauce, parsley and n In Section 33. Townnhln 4 to remember that it Is
wcHHnninRs: simmer about 15 minute Stir in the meat and let cnth. Rnngo 21 Feet In Clav Tickets may be purchased at the Coliseum or Hemming Brown Johnson, we could very Users. Try one and never too late to make rehabilitation -
Bland in the sauce preferably but County, Flrrlda. and run northerly > at the Coliseum box office before
overnight{ at least an hour. Park ticket offices or well be in available to persons who
1All Shortly before serving, cook banana slice\ in remaining oil. Cook nt Section to the 2A. ToHnnhln half Section 4 South line each performance. Adult prices are $250, $200 and $1.50 If big trouble. see your results. have suffered! a stroke.
lamb mixture just long enough to heat It the poverty program ever
I through. Serve over fiance 29 Kant thence westerly under 12 general admission is
L Saffron RK-P and garnish{ with the sauteed I banana slices. To pre. to the point where the half Mention general admission. Children found out one of us had a fifth
i>an !SafTrun Hico, combine ingredient in a Heat to line Intereertu the emit hank 11.00. of !
naiicepan. Early Times Mr. Shriver
; ,OIllnl(. Stir, cover, and co Il"' .r 10\| ',pn' until( rlcn I IK fonder< of Mill to Cove O..tor.; thence Lake nrrlhweeterly : thence- ,
would ship boatload
a of booze
seal fllHmt 15 minutes, northwesterly, : northerly and
mag 6 serving. east.rly to the weet bank of The Bit and Spur Saddle Club at Duval and Ranch down here so everybody could Don Pool'scom
the St. Johns River thencesoutherly
van nlonir said went: bank roads, Oceanway, will have Its sixth annual western horse have a bottle and Oreen Core

unit nt said River to a print due frolics Saturday and Sunday. would be the drunkest little
cell from the point ot he..ln.
Playof nine; thence westerly' to the Pony classes and' horse races will start at 1 o'clock town east of the Rockies. com uanaaa

t List Your Clay County Property with point HE IT of beginning FURTHER, RESOUVED Saturday. Games will start Sunday at 10. Naturally, most of our cltl FatRettc A ........, Qntm On

the that the polling place of said Bleachers for spectators, barbeque dinners and square tent are not going to standstill .
0,.. $4 Bam Reify Day
election dlntrlct No. I shall be
folio the Cite Hall Orange, Park dancing are on the program. Camping facilities are avail for hard liquor In the
Pala Frank W. BrownAnd HH IT KUHTHEIl!: UEHoUVRD able county as they keep an ade- nSec-/1 SfasYelDeebls /
that. the houndarlea of elwtlcn Quite supply hidden under Ias..s sis :I...... Magi Less Me pFletf
TI Precinct No. S be, they beds
hereby are artsred. \0. read aa or in the barn Dais INXTBODT
thetot AttOdat** follows; 5 LEGAL NOTICE e I.BOAL NOTICE
Begin .t a point where the It is one thing to turn up an ... WHVOOm

range line dividing Ranges 25 old Jug and flush down three 1I
thenthe and, il East Intersects the north. IN TUB cot RT Of THE IV TUB ClHCfIT COIHTOf j'BOYS
Ziglatered lea/ blab BnksrUtt eaiUrly bank of Doctor Lake; "'UIIII'I'Y' "....0..:. CLAY CLAT COl'NTT, FLORIDA - _
thence north along said. range "u" III'rr. H.OHIUA, It CHi.MKNT: -
genes line to Us point of Intersectionwith IM FHOUilW
UJ. HUbway IT Oiaaf lukSMHN the south boundary of Beo
be 1ft fist Estate otAtAIWIN so. Uoln.cMYlITICI'
u lion II Township 4 South Hun- I
II'hsae 1.
aon'1Cams tee the 25 south Eaetl boundary thence line west of along SectIons NOTICE TO lRtoJul'a'uRSTo i'lamuff 8 THRU HERE'S' YOUR BIG CHANCE TO
13 -
range 13, 14,and to the 15, same center town.hlpand line of nil creditors claims. or and demands persons MARlIN C. CHASTAIX. i
l.lttlD lllack Creeks; thence eru.therly eektts Defendant
agslnat laid :
following the center line
You and each of you are hereby !-lOTiCR' or si IT
REN of Little lllack Crock Ir Ira confluence I claims
notified to present any
with Illiick Creek then eitherof TUB STATE Or FUJHIOA-To'
which or
POU ce following the center line of or demands you the MARTIN C. CHAaTAI.N
Mack Creek In a eoutherly direction you. may have against de.ceased Route I,
tn Ita confluence with salute oi.r..rJD.I* Pedant' to Thimaavlllo, Georgia

nowPouli Ex SEE YOU ATEchie's the SI. along Johna' the Ulv west r.; thence shore northerly ort* the County, Jude .( Clay County Countyrlorlda ttln.n YOU ARE HEllEllT> NOTIFIEDthat s' Win Trophies
the Ht. Johna River tc a point at it .:I'.lh'JoUII)' at a suit hue been filed egInsly I
court house .
? Intersection of .
due poet of the ricrlda.. In the above cauie
Oiee late Knnda Ill and 15 In Hen.tlon Cove Springs. monthe from and you are required tofrve
I 8, Townnhln! 4 South.' Range within eta calendar the first PUB.llvatlon . upon plaintiff attorney
Inc 26 Rust In Clay County, Klo.Idit from the timeot notice. Two whose name and address appearheron
: thence run went to auld.ntermi'tlon of thla written defenses.
demand your
delivireaul r nforeiiHld; I, theme copies ol such dulin or bill of compUInt
be In writing. and anal If any to the Prizes
northerly Rlcng went side of hull of ..ndpo.t In said suit copy ot which U Trips
Stuta Itond, No. IK to half section state the place iMre e residence ot the delivered tc you herewith, on .
\\'eeto line of He.-tlon 28, Town-hln 4Noulh office and shall be sworn to by or before (htober. IS, A.D. 1316.
Lange 21 I."t: : thence ant. or atlornev Herein fail not or decree pro I
dolt i iI run wen to ,the peel hank of th. claimant cnmtxnled I by a confemo will be entered against
Mill( love; thence run wenterlv filing fae na of one dollar and such : you for the relief preyed In the
A to Portrra Lake l thence run
clallll or demand; out so. filed bill fit complaintTIIE '

IN westerly iorthen terlv south along wemerlv said t'and..". eh"n NI hL1e volA'rI1d.E. PA1Nlit'I'rAs I1KI.NU: ATl'm FOIl IHVOKCE.WIPNCHM OP HUD. SLIT K.VTKK: ; our I'U.NT I'ASS & KICK
lore Lake to the nolnt where adminletrstor;: of the : mv hand and the seal ,
l the Ranire line dividing n"nlleoU pelate: at Marvin 1. Padgett if said Court at Green Cove
end 2S. Interned the north I'rc..dIit Nprinse. Florida, thin' Hth day

shore pant I.of the Doctors point of lake beginning, which,, J.. JENNINtII for Estate JR. of MarvinI of(Nttember SEALtnronoK A.D. 1>I1. COMI'KTITIO.V.( ( : Ifn FretIf! Fun! Itf Enayl ,

ORANGEDALEWhere nronoK 1. rtltl.iSiR' I. I'.IIC..II. ieceaed. I
ri.KKK: riltffir rorilT and : L. CARLISLE Clerk
'lr.I Dlllon.lIol1 IJ'Pt"'I! ::c5.rJJ
SKOIKT\IIY: TO TIn \II I' Of Circuit Court

roi-NTV CLAY ('nt. 'TY.roMvmmoNEus PI;,|>RIDA I'nollvlClerk' Rohm I

.-1l4tcOfNOTICK :*CLAY TUB (C1HCUT'ObSTY, KI.OHIU.1 COIRT Of Attorney Adlrvia nicnwicK: fcr ANDERSON Plaintiff REGISTRATION SAT. P.M., SEPT. 25 II

!. fkearerrMe. P.O.I Sox ItS
e.-Ilfl-C Green Cove I
From this day forward I will\ MART A. CAMfUULL. SpringsFlorida ENTER *ar PUNT PASS KICK COM. ulatlon-suM! PPAIC football. Boys U, 13 and
not be responsible for debts In. Plaintiff
The Best People Meet bY anyone other than ">1" Fun 13 can win handsome gold sifter or bronze
.elf" ClIARt'::t F. CAMP3ELU .NO-rirn or Arri.icTiotroH PETITION It's Free! It's It's Easy!
Jack W. Ore n. **""ftVic. TAX UKKU trophies. Top winners will win all-expense
1201 N. Orange Avenue or stir
: Green Cove Springe, PIe. THE STATB...or CAMVBICU.YOU rLORHlA-TO i hat NOTICE CU l IS ve HEREBY ment Co OtVEN.. lee. Punt Pass A Kick eompetitlon bir. paid tripe to NFL games with dad and I
t tF l2-4ttp CHARLES:
.,,,'. Unknown the holder of the Mid trllowln certificates certl- lest event of Ita'kind is now open to qualify for further eompeUUons when
YOU ARE HUKKHr: NOTIfIED k-atee has rile.1
that a lull has been filed analnalIn ','r.r' a tal deed certiorate la b.numbere Ueued. boys I through 13 years of a,.. Last year they can win even greater awards.
the above entitled oases thanes. The r
MADAM BESSIE you ana you are plaintlfre hereby required altereddwhose leserve cripton and yeare 9t the of leeuance.nroverlr.the lad*the*. more than MO.OOO boys took part la PP4K. NATIONAL AWARDS A Tour of Champtoas" -

PARTRIDGEWELL ullon name and address appealIt.rlC' names In follewelCertltlcate which It wee aeeeeeed Each one had the time of his life.If with both parents to Washington.XX i
r She will read enUre life past '', your written defences.It are aa
your any tc the bill of complalal No. T your' age make you eligible, brine. C, and to the annual NFL Playoff
present and future. She asks no ques- In said suit copy ot which I* Tear of leeuanco Juno 1. ItlllieeerlDtlon ,
DRILLING delivered to you herewith aa 01 of rroportyi I your mother or dad with you and register Bowl pale In lAami, Florida where PP&K
tons but will tell you what you want to before October I, A. D. IMS. Lees IS to II !_ Blk P, MaayLakoe for this tree fun tvent at our dealership.
finals win take plac.
how, giving date and facts of business, Herein tall not or dented pro ID
oonfeuo will be entered a,ulna Name In which aeseasedlF' : PPrt. U a nOB-conUct sport activity
love, health and family affairs. Will COMPANY you for the relief prayed In the V. futtoat REGISTER HOWl GET: FREE! A INS
hill of rcmplalnt All of Mid nrepertr belnala
where compete In punting passing
1 help you find lost art. TELL you whom IfMCf IMS THR NATUHH OF AID SUIT he Ceuatr of ClaY, Mtato ot norlda. -. you WAit tips boos on puntl/ig. paatjni and
you mill marry and when. If the one you BK1NU FOR Divorce. and place-kicking only with boys your ow '
6" WITNESS my band and the I'nleaa such fertaricalo or eertriratea place-kicking writcn by NFL experts . .
Batali love Is true, what part of the country U seal of sell Court at Green Cove shill be redeemed a..- age. Bo you have a great chance to winalai
thane and what to do to be I ROCK AND AhVmiAN WILLSrfewtof Springe. Florida this lift day cardiac to lair the oroeertr dee.Mbed an attractive PPK Ue-lapel pin.
about luckiest for you, .Ao D. list. In such certificate or cerIfkotee wonderful prutet.. trophies and trips!
reunite the separated (1J'l't'u.t.: will bo sold to the hlahee -
successfuL Will ,
ood.1 1 Well S-ecWJsl OCCRilR U CARLISLE, | bidder at the court hoiwe REMEMBER e. PPK U .. great as It
pantu locate absent friends and relatives, and Clerk ,Circuit Court door on the la LOCAL PRIZES. Tore for each alt troop
sounds Its to eater
Month of October. which lahe ? easy n' and Its
and Hr Grace M. Carlisle,
of cause happiness between man and wife I L It U all! t I and 10 win
him ELECTRIC PUMPS I lDut Clerk set day of October. ISSS. Boy can aaMPIrtype free! 80 sign today and teD
r Makes up lover's quarrels. Tells, if sickness or bad luck Is Jannlnra Norton Rated thla Hth day of Aesuet up your
thenwadvise tell WATER Attorney Joe Plaintiff uu. warm-up Jacket a sturdily made Fiends TouH an bar a funpackedtime.
natural enemies, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not t\ SYSTEMS AddreeeP 'OKOROR U CARI.IMJE.

towel 1 to please you, but will tell the truth. One visit will repay Green" O Crve not IT prims.!. Florid nay Clerk C.of...Clrcett. Florida Court of football helmet la PPAK colors or a rtf- .

1 to cold you for disappointments\ In all others. I not only read your F. H. A. TERMS -I-4IP- '. ./tpOCJohn's

c i life like an open book, but I also help you out of your _'__U"-T"..

in MO elrCLAT* TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, why. You MUST be accompanied by a parent or I lojrnl l gr rllian to register' .
everything seems to go wrong WHY be sad and downhearted Radio&TVRCA

r. sick and worried when you can be helped and
Registration closes October RENTER
i eTerythlng\ made clear by consulting THIS OUTEOMXDIUMI ? : on

. i.1: CM'd : Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. .. -: >- ZENITH

d I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, MADAM CALL LONG DISTANCI AMANA NORQE APPLIANCES PFAK TODAY AT . .

''d BEffflnt: is 1oc&tec1l1ortb of Callahan on Hwy 301. one Je
City of CALLAHAN Fla. phone 179-2230. -e-
half mile from ,
WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE 1 389-143S1 Experienced Sen-ice On. All Hakes & Model

Open dally S evm. to 10 pm. Including Sundays Ul HIM WILL(,A. rWfONAlWAJt - -

THIS CLtTKNO GIVES YOU A 11 READING FOR $1 ASSOCIATIONS 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Spring CseweraUsa WHk Tfe Ur*** Csm Sprmgs Jayeee

,,Maas 5160 HYDI CKOVi It.VI. Phone 2S4-3122 I



M H .E. & Penney Farms BOOKS Synopses available OF of new THE at books MONTH the Clay currently Speedy Supper Satisfies Dunbar Drops I

HERBERT D. MTEBS. boos SJI-MJl County Public Library, Walnut iTw

The Rev. H. Rogers will be United Street, Green Cove Springs."Is .
Women, Area Parr and their son, Douglas, I
the preacher at the Penney 4, will be held Oct. 8 in Jack. aged 8 months, of Harrisburg, and Paris Burning". by Collins 1to Grid Opener
10:15 o'clock Laplerr
Memorial : serviceson sonville at the Southside Meth. 0.
recently called on Mrs
Sunday. odist Church The full story of the liberation
The Rev. B. H. Curtis will Avenue. Reservations, on Hendricks for the Karen H. Riser The Parr family of Paris from the Nails By Thomas Iloftns own right end for sixty-eight
lead the intercessory prayer luncheon be were returning home after on August 25, 1944, in a dramatic 1 I breathtaking yards. After this
may given to Mrs a tour of Florida. Mr. Parr
tomorrow hour-by-hour accountof The Panthers of Dunbar ,I play, one could sense it was
meeting, at 9:30 Anne Sutton, or to Mrs.
o'clock in the lecture room. I by Oct. 1. Coker grew up In a Brooklyn, N. Y- the clrcumstancees and High made like General George only a matter of time before
The Rev. Dr. George p. Four members of the Guild church where Mr. Riser served events that saved the city A. Custer at the "Little Big Dunbar must face up to the in-
as pastor from Hitler's Horn River" before stubbornly evitable.
Howard will teach the combined of Penney Memorial Church vengefully conceived
adult Bible class on Sun i i, will present a brief dramatization and methodically pre r succumbing to the Jerkin High And it came with dramatic
day at 0:15: o'clock. The sub as part of the The Rev and Mrs. A. V. Law- pared sentence of death, The Bison ..uddfneThe! Boons scored
ject of the lesson will be I Any Guild member is program welcometo son have spent a week at Lake authors have recreated the intrigue For the entire first half, two more touchdowns and Dun-
Growing In Christian Love" attend. Michigan and visited the the race for time, and Dunbar made a gallant standin bar had failed In her first bid
Dr Howard has requested those Dutch Village near Holland. the explosion of events large allowing her larger and more i for gridiron supremacy by a
tending Sunday School to The Rev. and Mrs Thomas They expect to return to MHC :, and small that Involved Prussian experienced foe a meager seven I score of 38-0.
the first week in October.Mr. generals, schoolboys of the points.
bring a definition of Christian S. Cleaver have gent the fol. But even In defeat there are
Love lowing summary of their summer Resistance, and Implacable hr The third quarter found M I i a few heroes. Robert Smith was
activities and Mrs. Ward Krone, General de Gaulle, and three + ,1 both clubs fighting on fairly
They left MHC our leading ground-gainer with
The first meeting of the May 11 now In Pittsfield Mas, are million citlaens of Paris rising even terms with neither team 54 the
and reached East Recent surveys that macaroni and cheese rate high, on yards He also led defense -
prove to'mu.ter
Women's Christian Temper. Northfleld, Mass, the first packing in preparation for their against their conquerors. the IK'pularitf.pol with youmrnters.. On little lad, who said It up a with eleven tackles and
ance Union for the year 1865- week in June. After Sept. 26 return trip to MHC. They say ; "The Ugly Russian", Victor was his favorite when' ailed his second choice, replied without drive. On the third play of the numerous assists Patrick Tug-
66 will be held on next Tuesday the Cleavers win visit his they must start back In a few Laiky. limitation, "More macaroni and chews! fourth quarter, however, all gles, an end of unquestioned
days "for : To the Few of us nerd research to tell us that such far has tremendous hopes of at least a moral victory
we must take it counteract popular
at 2:45: o'clock in the social brother in New Haven, Conn. appeal for all ages or that it's flavorful and filling. And a went down the drain whenPerry' ability, caught four passes for
room. and then a week In Wilmington easy." Impression of American representatives package of quality macaroni and cheese dinner has these char a total of 69 yards. Others
Mrs. Agnes Cannon will lead Del, with their oldest son abroad as well-mean artcrwtics and more, for its fast cooking and convenient It'a left half swept his turning In good performances,'
the devotions. The guest speaker and his family, arriving at Mr. and Mrs. Don McDonaldof leg but Ineffectual salesmen especially handy at this season when' activities are quickened, were Larry Wolf, Mitchell Baa-
will be :Mrs Julian of Jacksonville, In signing the who only succeed In making everyone on the go and appetites hit a new peak. Do We Want More Liquor
Rea ..
MHC Oct. 8 or Speedy| Supper feature macaroni and cheese dinner fortified kina, Freddie Solomon and Melvin -
Orlando, one time missionary The Cleavers have been visitor's register In the church much of the world hat and with luncheon meat and vegetables and rounded out with salad Revenue? I Frazier,
n Portuguese East Africa.There guests of two newcomers to lobby last Sunday, left a note: distrust us, this Is a reporter'sview and dessert in one canned fruit on lettuce with creamy. trench The Panthers their
important work ahead MHC. the Rev and Mrs Milton "We were married In this of the opposition It was dressing, A complete' meal in Itself front the shelf, It's a dandy Of the 14 US. cities with home with open Saturday
season Jasper -
all considerations of palate appeal, attractive
line that meet
for this organization and all Stacey Csatt of Brattel- church In 1933 by Rev. Hard- gained from a tour of 25 countries appearance up and quick, easy preparation' say nothing of the the highest alcoholism rate, night at 8:00 p.m. on
members and friends are urged born Vt., and Mr. and Mrs away." Welcome back. Come In Asia, Africa and the plain, ordinary satisfaction It provide. six are in California. San Francisco Booster Field
U> attend. Mrs. Ida Darden will Umer Goodman of Bondvllle, again soon Middle East Th Russians Speedy Supper called the "moit drunken
be the welcoming hosteis. Vt. hare their trouble, too, Mr 1 package Kraft Macaroni ,Margarine city In our nation," boasts of 11I11.1_
A musical evening was presented Lanky notes, and he gives details and CheeM dinner - licensed liquor outlets for every
The annual meeting of the The Rev. and Mrs. Robert at the Quadrangle last of a number of ill-con 1 cup diced luncheon meat Canned pear halves, drained 143 inhabitants, while in California
ceived Soviet projects. lie has :2 tablespoons chopped Canned mandarin orange,
Sunday evening by Dr. A. David drained the number of places
green pepper
Theater, Jr. Mrs. Glenn V. I revealing Information about :2 tablespoons| chopped onion Lettuce serving alcohol now exceeds a -
Bailey, accompanied by our Russian failures In the Congo, French dressing staggering ",000. ..... ,
AUTOMATE YOUR FARM organist Mrs. Ona B. Coons the facts behind the Blno-So- Prepare macaroni and cheese dinner ai directed' on package. Of ,the nearly seven million
alit lift, and the dramatic bus Cook luncheon meat, onion In margarine until alcoholics In the U. S. one million rn'N1'N
Dr. Thaeler rendered the .mlvrgetahlee
ter of Krushchev. meat U heated through are molt Combine meat in California.
PCA following violin solos: Land- vegetables' and macaroni and chore, too* lightly. Serve hot wilts are
WITH A Ay'r'INTERMEDIATE ler, try Carl Bohm; The Old "Th Revolt ef Sarah Perkins"by salad* made by arranging! fruit. r" I.ttUI'tH'OVt'red piles and Dr L. Breslaw, of the Calif.
Refrain, by FrlU Kreisler; Marian Cockrell. topping with dreming. Make 4.' Dept of Public Health reportedthe
In Ben City, at the edge of cent of alcoholics was It
Adagio by Franz Rica, and
the Rocklei: women were a rarity times the total tax revenue.
Gondoliers Franz RlesMrs. .
In 1S89 On new school This Space Contributed by
, Bailey, who majored Invoice teacher after another was lost LITTLE I ADS BRING BIG RESULTS The Crescentto
UII to at Nebraska Wesleyan to matrimony. Then a new CALL THE CRESCENT
University, and Is a new resident
teacher war brought all the
- 1 years to repay at MRC sang "Adore and way from Boston chosen on
Be Still by Oounod; and
the strength of an unflatteringpicture
Get the "cask" you need U r.f "Spirit cf God- by Neldllnger. of herself she had sub PHONEi 284.3166
make your p.ratioa as profit r" Mrs. Bailey, who U a soprano, muted. But Sarah Perkins ALSO fAltfff FtOKtOA JAY BiRDS OF FLORIDA
able as possible by borrowing has Joined the church choir. turned out to be a woman of I $121 lift INCHES
at simple Interest rates Mrs. Coons war the aocom- warmth and spirit, one who 1 "..wRmIM!
from PCA. Get the money + v; panlst for the program Dr. wouldn't stay In her place the INHABITS P NSCOMMONLY rNKAEISOfetksst'
you a4 from PCA Thaeler played the violin obligate way a school teacher should I KNOWN A5 THf *$CtO'SOUTH
ti/trt yea slop, lor both of Mrs Bailey's I and very tired of being a maiden PROM JACk'SpNVll.lI WEIr,n,TNI'SVWAN.'U AUTO LAPPS

tolas. I aunt In Boston .+, 11IVL TO
Kertkeaat Pre4w4tM CMU Nt CRrsr COU AND tftJPfg CCUNTIC3
Say You Head It in WNIrC 'a.,J ALONit THf ATLANTIC
A s aes You Read It In (
fit lf/pweel Anne I. Say TNkt1AT1 %' COAST TO HOf COUNT?
_ Kate Street. PaktkaTM. Jeabsnlle TUB CRESCENT: BI ACA'
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I No matter how many radio newscasts or TV news telecast. are i

I I made daily . the average person is still interested in reading his AttendAt

home town newspaper to know what goes on in his own area. According .

to a survey made since 1920! : the period when radio find televisionwere ''I

introduced . every day over CO million copies of newspapersare I,

being sold daily. I CHURCH SERVICES

To keep up with this demand for news, the newspaper industry

i has been continuously ,* work to Improve their service . and has

I accomplished this with more up-to-date communications method

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EIGHT dltay( dounly Crescent! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER W. INS

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I Orange Park United 'Fund Kicks WHY IS A'P AMERICA'S NO. 1 FOOD 1'' SHOP




r Local Other Travel Total '
; a 11. SAVE
Tax Sources Soarce. Allowances
I By Cynthia M. Adklns

Supt of Schools $12,000 $12,000
The Orange Park TA&P

Neighbor" campaign of Asst Supt 11.000 11,000 I /

'66 United Fund drive, Finance Officer 11,000 11,000 !

launched yesterday at a Oen Supervisor 2,660 6,240 8,800 I

Ing at Orace Episcopal Secon Supervisor 2,680 6,240 8,800
"Super-Right" Short Shank smoked
parish house. Elem Supervisor 2,680 11,200" .'7,780Asst .

Mrs William M. Fin Officer ((1,600 1.800 I
and Mrs. J. H. Quarltlus '
chairmen, announced a Sheriff 10,000 10,000

$1,485 for the Orange Park Admin. Mat 11,408 5,408 C -

Identlal campaign. Seven Depa (ava.) 4,300 30,000 m t Y G to Seib.I

Assisting Mrs. Courtney 3 pttime deps (ava.) 1.150 3,450 SAVE Avg. 39c
Mrs. Quarltlus are: Mrs.
Clerk, Cir ct. 4,800 4100 11,500
Clawson, Mrs. Mary Chief DeP. Clerk 8,000 8,000

Mrs. Frank Harrington, DeP. Clerk 4,800 4,800
Roland Hedberg, Mrs. I Stamps
Dep. Clerk 4.200 4,200
Huntley, Mrs Thomas Dep. Clerk 3,600 3,600 Super-Right" ft Porkloiu Slicedgip0pL(11
lan, Mrs Murray ( ) William M. Courtney, (r.) I
County Judge 250 11.250 400 11,900
Mrs. Sheldon Morris, this week on the eve Actng a. Juvenile Judge 1,200 100 1,900
Charles Turper, ,Mrs, United Fund Appeal. Office Mgr 5,400 5,400 .
Watson and Mrs.

Williams Clerk. Tax Assessor 3,690 1I,5bo 3,600Co 11,1100 I
J. H. McCormack 2 to 3lb.Avg.
Three Assistants 5,400 16,200

campaign chairman, SOLD County Agent 3,800 4,800 1,200 11,600 LB.69c
ulated) Orange Park
w 140-acre tract formerly Home Dam Agent 3,600 4,800 1,200 11,800 '
on having exceeded their <-
last when Orange by the Yerkes Labor Clerical Asst 1 1Co. "'' $ f ,
of Primate Tax Collector 9,500 11,600
1 Biology, a
joined the Jacksonville of Emory Univer Two Assistants 4,815 11,150 Super-Rlchf Freshly 3-Lb. Pig Sultana Chicken. Turkey or Beef !-.*. Pegs
campaign to raise funds
... support 44 services of UF TV's has been sold, according I One Assistant 1 7Bldg GROUND BEEF $1,39 POT PIES 5-79*
d es. real estate sourc Inspector ((1,800 1,800 8,400 1 1 .' I .r

Orange Park. Secretary (vacancy) 2,800 2.600 ..:. .... ..
Mrs. Zoltan Salkay, "Saper-RIf Heavy Western Beef Caps John's Quick Frosts a.- .
i to these sources, Juvenile counselor 6,200 600 ,800

unteen division man of,that told the division Orange Good has Park, believed as the a property 400-500 lux will County Elections Ally Supervisor 1,600 1,800 3,600 1,800 CHUCK STEAK 11 LB. 59; FISH STICKS , 3-$1.00

tal quota of $66.676.98 and I community, perhaps Judge of Small Clams 1,800 1,800 "Super-Rlght" Heary Waiters Beef Cap'n' Quick Passes 1..... Pig.

in price to Laurel plus fees limited to $9,500 BONE "'
pressed confidence that
j ge Park volunteers would I annually plus supplies, telephone RIB STEAK LBt 99< PERCH FILLETS , 39fTona

n again put their sources said Emory .etc)

drive "over the top"A ,I originally asked $250,000 Vet.s Sere Officer 1,800 1,800

recently completed I I for the property and had TOTAlS 611.830 252,388 Yellow Cling Halves or SlicedPEACHES

made by the United turned down $200,000 Mb.

Planning Committee It speculated the price MURDERER STILL mother of Mrs. Ruth Herbert 3 13-oz. 77c

1,460 Orange Park I: may have been in excess ATc,LARGE I whose home Is In that area.

benefited from United I an acre. He drove the stolen car toWager'l Cans
the deed had not been A convict serving a life sen I
services last I Service Station wherehe
year. So Fresh So Delicious
Jane Parker
I yesterday in the dee for murder who escaped I :
Heading the list of I abandoned it and stole a
rendered by group-service< Court House and Emory from a State road crew on I 1965 Dodge being serviced there
Highway 17 six miles south of Mb. 8oz.Each .
q have refused to di
genies were the Boy and owned by Arlee Wheeler. PECAN PIE 49c
Green Cove Tuesday night had
the name of the pur-
L America with a total of The theft of the Wheeler car
'111 (359 Scouts and 121 adult It could not be learned not been apprehended last was not discovered for three
night according to Sheriff
unteers); 350 Orange Park the new owner repre- hours when Wheeler went to
peas sidents visited the I I local or out-of-state In- Jennings Murrhee. the service station to pick up Apple Keg or Red Check 1-Qt.' U... Cans Ann Face Macaroni and 7!,.... Fkn.

map van Children's Museum; the I In his escape, Charles Wll- his car. APPLE JUICE 3-51,00 CHEESE DINNER 1113.49
dlvil way Girl Scout Council lard Price, 22 years old, set :' The State Highway Patrol <
fire to two wooded areas In
play 314 residents (265 Olrl L. BRYAN order to throw off dogs which and all nearby sheriff and AP Frosen Regular or Crinkle .-... Fkfs. Henbey'e Giant Ban
and 49 adult volunteers) police departments have been
of t ; for Edward L Bryan, might attempt to trail him.
benefited from the alerted. CUT POTATOES CANDY BARS -$1.00
thefolio vices of the American many I Cove, who died Tuei- The Sheriff said he then stolean 2-29f ,
at Clay Memorial Hospital automobile belonging to the
Cross and the YMCA and Qt. Can Aunts
after a brief Illness, were

PalaTI the morning to be held at the at 11 Hardage o'clock Fun.this ..' LEGAL NOTICE RECORDS MOTOR OIL. , 3-$1100 BATHROOM TISSUE 2 "... 25

tots ALWAYS SHOP MAYHUGH'S FORm eral Home chapel] on Blandlng IV THE tlHUIT: tOtHT: OKIlltt JOHN'S RADIO A T.V. 5 ,
then Boulevard.Mr. rolHtll JlimiALCIHllir 24 W. Walnut St. 0.
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the Bryan, who was 48 years KLOHIII. 25 EXTRA JM
gene) old, was the owner of the Wes- M' .. II -V
be u tern Auto Associate Store In Kl TOM: BlllUS BINKHIU Ana Pau. GorOaRRI1III. I Stmi
Ion'scam Keystone Heights. A native of tOl.MV, a raryvralUa. tt-.*. jar la. Mry Jr.

( Jacksonville, he had lived in I'Iamut4IIEIsi' I V.. CBB *W IkraJit ?
: : .:* r. FOUHKVMH: Bad CLAYTHIATstI a.u.aa
I\ Oreen Cove 12 years. MtHtf L. r-OllllhAM'li: : hla *>ll.> *t,.w...>. wa
Mr. Bryan was educated at NAt JOHO> LUHHilki Bad
>lt.. aadtHAMkS
11:111.111\" : MA\KI
REN \ The Bolles School and the MA>KI%?. kla ....,. '
poir. University of Florida. He served u*<.ndanl*. Green Gets Bpftaf
GILLETTE P1 10 Crisp Mountain Red DeltcloM *r Jonathan
in the Army Air Corps in Aoritu or stir Monday thra Friday -. ,fears '

nowPoult Ex YOUR PHARMACIST HEADS UP World War II and was released TO: Mary nubn I* '5'......I0obniir.lIn.r.. hi. wl and(. Box Office Opens I:4S: P.M. 0.11 I'LOt Mdal N, / Ib Plah, hag.r r.. APPLES , 41.4 BAG 39t
nau Itishway 41 ?
HfAlIH'S ,0 I from active duty in the grade o Lmuur, California. I1J4J Features At 7 p P.M. .. ...d Ibra asp isS
790 Bottle of major. You. luub.n. ... .'ub. < ..*rand 0 c a-as-as Eastern Round WhIUPOTATOES

Oreel ALLY! )X 1 59 t I He leaves his widow, Mrs. and diary\\'..ley 1.. e'u.brnser lUnkln and. has Franoia .. .- Continuous Saturday and from Sunday S PJtt.Wrd. MbNN..SM. us. BAa
Inc 4 Mlldied Bryan; two daughters, .Kunklu. hi* wU ar. h..rbrnolltmd 1 10 39t

dellvlrequl If': ; V.0-5 Bennie Bryan and Patricia tor.elo..that a c.rtaln a coraplulnl menu.'. Inlb. 'o ., Thnra. A Frl. PI ID

I Bryan; and a brother, A. W. fulluwing. d..crlb.d 1 real pro' Sept. M, SI A t4 Freak Sweet TekayGRAPES

v>:eety Jn ;L Bryan, of Jacksonville lI.rl'lt lo.wlll.m, Block On* (1MICAUUWIiltUUK ) Aa.ha.P.r.Lnp. IA 15
tlon t SHAMPOO Following' services at which UNIT 1. | JMLT, iaraBB a Jar IT* . ,
according to Hat rooordtd In r *aj geed tkraj I.p M
the Rev. Robert C. Kllngman flat Hook 4. nan** 7 and. I .
f 1.00 SlieWORLD of tb. publlo rvitrd ct clay leeberr .
79 t rector of St. Mark. M.b.
EVERY IIQIR, EVERY DAY Episcopal County t Inrlda. '
Church, Jacksonville will officiate has barn Olyd ssalnst. you and LETTUCE 25
In sickness and health, you are ruulrd to ..n. a copyrf <
: your pharmacist's integrity GILLETTEAnd the body was to be your answer or wl.aJln to lh. ANTHONY OUINN
complaint I on th* plaintiff at*
professional knowledge cremated. Mark. lat* flAID
torncy Urayt .1Ii-1M
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is available 'round the clock SERIES I Comer trt.* Ulbba Jaekonvlll III Vait: tot.ivta Florida . Sat, Sept. 25 I Aaa Pea Par 51Aa/S : I You know It', ';,,11''

. to assure you of peace and fll. th. original an H.. T. I.Ik. |a* .. 4S
MRS. WHITE INJURED war or pladlnn In lh. odc of r* -Bj gad Sirs I.p M :rmHT O'CLOCK COTPK
of mind and help In times SPECIAL .
Clroult CourtIn
I Mn. James M. White fell in th Clerk of th* RMONSTERS OF SAX .-is-eb
and for Cay County Florida
of And, he Is as
emergency. the garden at her Pleasant on or before llth day of THE OEEP! aisisewuunaun NIW REDUCED RHAILSIAO. .
near to you as your tele $1 00 October5001.
I Point home Tuesday eveningand If you fall to do I. ]ud>mnl
b d.fault will b* lakn aialnst
suffered a broken wrist 25 EXTRA
you for th* rtlltf demsndod lath PUll I IL SAG 3 II. BAG
She was treated at Clay Memorial . complaint. _
$2.00 CHOCKS $1,59Siso Thla notlt ihall k* puhllhdone -; --; r17 si/um
1z :
: ;
Hospital and is now at ach week for four eonwutiv M. 1
home where she is reportedly wo."k, In th* Clay County ,,, awarE SIIBLP PAP :*. .u tse II"'t\\ .

121 and 620 KODAK recovering satisfactorily CrrJONK'AND ORDKRfn: at CMBM JAX__..u-1a,..... S.B M R C 199
t Oran Coy. prln' >*. Florida ... '
') COLOR sib of 8ptmbr 1155.tCOU11LXiROStf. -
thla day
< < Orange .
Park Zoning CARr.1PLA.Pl.rk ., m RITKA
of Circuit Coart.Clay PLAID TArP
$1.19 SIZE FOR (Continued From Page UformIUe. Count Florida _
CLEARASIL g' 98 ." Byi Orac M. CarllaUrxputv MOM WIlh ... ......- .. RatsIle.. Straw
to remain as they CUrkl.tllrVOYCO ItllAJI I'
are "until they are removed;" : acasvGuaeo1No Ut TaC OiaiBwh. J-- Pa,5N ...... THROW RUSS 99r
"lutaa'" and it extols "any building on : -- ... ,. 1-1*. lust .. IS.use .

11.11 SIZK which actual construction was 11 TUB lOl'IT!'Ot''I'JIIK1R.Or' TH* CM.** *....*-* Ce4YeICa*
MET A M U C I L. $1,29
lawfully begun prior to the CLAY 01:1'1'1'1': FLORIDA MosuSort. a T1IN. CUSHIONS $1(59'PLAID
I. P..balwIn I .t SEAT
It. ) UI
effective date of adoption or r., Kita4: of Marra.t.
OilkUo Wilkinson or 'enonna EDITH: M. "'lUtHART.TO "I SAW WHAT TOO DID" warn
amendment of this ordinance '""
Ra rrTwmty It' N ,1H H. F. M.tor

8. S. BLADES 1kllZE 59; ing and construction upon which has actual been bUIld.dll BONM ALL HAVING CREDITORS AUA1NHT CLAIMS SAID AMD OR PER.DCMANHa ESTATE -' Starring-Jeer aid -CrawfoNMEIFERRER I J.wick a .. ==-..:.. LAWN MOWER $37,95

Igently carried on." : f.. 4 HMKAII. lab.Mai .. kt*
'tiZEfbi You are aach of arbrby .
$! you (f. JajM Fariwr
The ordinance puts the town
FBEirCONC notified and 4Ulr4'
board "In an advisory capacityto t. pr..*nl any claim a addtnund iJ nSAMARTflLUAMITEVAOIM. '. Co.*** r..a.ry ... "
'Ie" you or tlth.rf POTATO CHIPS "igDrctrie
,<< rIa the town commission" which, you, way hay." aa-almt! Ib* .
Suave, Liutro Cream and Sudden Beauty I in :alat* rf KI'ITH M Bl'ltKHART,
turn mill
serve as boardof .
." CAN"WaUreensi a goosed. 1.1. of aald' County. SO a.1baGARBAGE DeewaUr _
HAIR SPRAYS t' 69 adjustment Among other In the County Ju.l. r< Eacll
CI.. County Florida at hie> of.
things the $9,95
1M toning board is empowered fie. In the court lieu* of a4|
'I under the proposed County at Or... Cove .prl.... CANS
Blue Mouth ttb Florida, within alt l calendarmnntb
ordinance to ((1) recommendthe .
I from th tlm cf In
STERIDENT u.0Z.69t square foot requirementsfor ,....1 publlcatloii of thla ..otl<.... l 0a1J Lath
Two cool'i of sack claim' or 4o- $1.99 FOAM PIllOWS $1.49
any toning district or area; I nand shall b* In wrllln, and ntlllal.n TmIDll1
1 hall Mat 'ti. plan *( ..
and (3> review requests to .
... .
The WaUretn Agency peat offle. .d" of lb.staimuat
override the actions of Judgment I and shall b. soon tob If your' birthday b la September, deal
ih rUlmant. Ma kla W4 nt. a Sat
aunt Tkun
of the toning director. atlorn.y and accompanied by" aM ...W/lltift, forget to rear your dr var.' Breose.III .
.. Sept t*, M. Oct. 1 a 1
Store Where the decisions of the n> f r on. dollar and inchrUlm
Mayhugh Drug board .are unsatisfactory, .a or d.maad ..( ** fll" Walt Dtu.nlMONUTS r.e.-se.Jrra..e Oraan! At.... Oten CM ....... sad

person charged with Infraction PARROL.LI.atr.A* *y.euter "f VTRIOHT Ik* UM Will UNCLE Apxpood Stores SlMB.,. 1'. Orut|. FaikFrie
PBE8CKEPTION_ SPECIALISTS of the ordinance may then an* "..''am...' of t.iCewatry -

...... M4-M1 II N. .......a appeal to the board of adjust EDITH 0.-..*M*.. BCRKHART ctysN COM ....",.*. *. tm tkis Ad geed Ulna .....,. Be*. IePAGE
ment (the town commission). Viral publlcatloa SM SI 1001a

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