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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In This Week's Crescent GCS Commission Tables

An Architect's: t's, Dreamworld Hall ChairmanJ.

Agricultural Employe Flees Rome . . . ... .. Page I
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The Orange Park prospective house builder who COM to II There An Architect In The House? . roUikker, Page Plan To Hire ArchitectFor

Jacksonville architect John Taylor lIrI ken (or plan ii Dr. oeorre Howard ,..... .... . . . .. ., .. Page 3
presented with a questions. that asks such pertinent questions -

a* "Do you bear your child breathlnf. at I Ib&. and. 11 Bankers Elect Hall, Jr ... . . . .. .. ..... . ". Pate I
not, do want tot" Pier Plans
you the The Great New Cart ... . ... .. .... .. ...... Par I City
Brlckert, a Virginian! and gradual of Ylrttnla Poly

S fechnlo Institute, wants to know every last thing be can Polly Patterson's Clay' HI Notes .,...,.... .. pap 4
learn of the habits and character of those for whom bt Will Green Cove's budgeted The proposal) to retain a qua- whether the proposed pier
designs! houses long before be bai ever laid out hU drawing '.-" '/ Mrs. Herman Heed Oreen Cove ...... ...... Pag* I new city pier be another catwalk lifted architect to draw up might not offer something

tools. Hugh Smith t... .. .. ... . .. . ... . . . . . Pap 7 for fishermen, a City adornment preliminary plans for the pieras Green Cars might display
Some apparently galling experiences In, first New Mexico or a docking facilityfor an Integral part of a refurbished with pride to Jacksonville visitors
and then Texas la redesigning plans moved him to setup Classified Bargains .. ... .... ..... . ... ,.. . Pap $ yachts drawing eight. to 10 Spring Park was presented Mayor Kenney asked
the long questlorulre. By the time he reached Ptorids with no show of en rhetorically, whether the pier
Teen Center Opens ,, ,,\.. .... ,....... ... . Pap I feet of water.
"I finally realised wean' cut out to be a westerner and I This question was the stumbling thustasm: ,by City Manager Ben was for Oreen Covers or foreigners f,
bad to get back east") he bad concluded that such otf-best _, _II 1111'-_ block for the City Com Zellner. from Jickionvllle. ,
vital statistics as a family's plans for children (would there mission Tuesday night when It Coy' Commissioner Allle T. Commissioner Harris echoed
be more of them. and if so, how many, bow long It takes considered . and tabled . Ivey commented that by going this view.The .
milady to dress thus how much private dressing space does Penny Wise a proposal to pay a member of along with a $300 $400 fee Commission had just
she require) are necessary to any,bouse plan that fits the the American Institute of Architects for preliminary sketches, the voted to expend something like
Immediate needs and character of a client. P. HAU. IB. (Am Eatterlal) a nominal fee for preliminary City would thus lay Itself open $15,000 for new electric: power
Brlckert, who was In World War XX as a combat engineer J. P. Hall Jr, executive vicepresident sketches. of the pro to ultimate architectural fees lines to Gustation's Dairy Additionally
before going! to college B8, 1..1; MS, 11&0) says that planning and chairman of the The Green cow city Commission has proved,whoa the cards posed construction.On of something like $10.000. the Commission
a house ls more Important than Its outward design. board of the Bank of Green were down, It tall act with decisive boldness.In hand to present a counterproposal Commissioner Marlin Harris errode a motion of Commits- !.r...
."I dank like to employ the professional cliches of today Cove Springs, has bien named the face of strong and prolonged minority opposition It were representsties echoed this view.Commissioner 'loner Taylor and voted to put ,.
when Z know they will date i house tomorrow be says. chairman of Group I of the 'PURhuedhe aid navy base grasping It from the hands of the of the Oreen Cove Jaycees. Edward B. a $100 advertisement In tnt
He calls himself "common sense contemporary. And, be PJortda Bankers Assoclttion. State. And It has had the courage And foresight to reverse an Freeman Everett presidentof Taylor laid that In Miami there Clay nigh school! yearbook
adds emphatically\ ls Impossible to design a "good house" Group I comprises Clay' Du- earlier decision and sell the property to J. Louis Reynolds. the Jaycees, who is an Insurance ls a shaky catwalk at which In this matter Commissioner
unless It ls for "good people. The Inference Is that any val, St. Johns, Putnam Flag- For a variety of reasons m Tuesday night the Commission salesman, offered a donna of yachts owned by Taylor took the view that theyearbook
client so deeply Imprints his personality on the anbltect'ldraw1nc : tar and Nassau counties., tabled a prepeaal to retain professional\ architect In the design y-yesr-old plan for develop millionaires tie up. The Implication was "disgraceful In
board. It takes decency and good taste to design a Mr. Hall the IS-year-oM and construction of a new ant badly needed City pier. Memberswere ment of the CHy's' waterfront was I.haIf millionaires appearance and the City should
house having the same characteristics. son'of John Preston Hall, pred" divided M to whether the pier II another fishing wharf a and further stated that be tie up at a shaky catwalk in not expend more than $3ft In
dent of the bank was named landing dock for huge yachts . or an adornment to the City would, himself augment this Miami they can, somehow be advertising la a book that
board' chairman of the- Beak, park.The plan at no cost to the City Hela lured to a shaky catwalk In should "bt looked into by the
nearly two years ago. Jaycees were on hand to offer a program of their own, a onetime carpenter.Tlcdgcs Green Cove. And If one had not Board of Publlo Instruction' "
I At their annual reeling in'Jacksonville.a at no cost te the City. seen all those yachts streamingby It was Commissioner Taylor
>erubers.t> .,,tits,,', .jyjHtimi 9500 .or '&0.008 Is to bt spent oa a new City pierwhich Green Cove one had had who made the motion a year a-
A group heard SUM CompOottei.-' .law Jm moA:(p(4etiirr( WirlM''r' ' Ir of"municipalbeauttfloatloa. Over's eye closed all >these .g0.be4lla.aon.waa.afhayHuth # ...
End O. Dickinson predict that It cannot properly be done by tea! (nonprofessional rears senior, to Insert a $100
"we have every reason to I Junk ) talent, however good the Intentions el those who would Commissioner Harris echoed advertisement In the yearbook.
R -. e. : w forward to a stronger 'and take on the project may be. The Top Two this .1.". It. was on the amendment of L
healthier toroerrowpro' The Ownleslon was ready and willing to hire the best le. Whereupon Freeman Everett Mayor Warwick Kenney that r-
Tided that business and bank. sal talent It could find to carry on the delicate and protracted rose to say the Jaycees would the $too advertisement was again *
Ing and government leaders negotiations with Mr. Reynolds' blftlme Iswyen. It should re* Months Early not ssMclatt themselves with voted.
cooperate wltk prudence and cognUe. we feel, that the design of anything more than a catwalk any plum for a pier that did not Commissioner' Harris\ echoed
good erne." Into tbe river will have to be undertaken by someone with do Justice to Green Cow He the view of both Commissioner -
., ,.rrr ? r r "I share my predecessor Kay training In that field. v- The organisational meeting proposed lengthenng or short Taylor. and Mayor Kenney
,. Owens philosophy" the newly From the County Jail, the Courthouse annex and It. own af the proposed Federal Ssv ening the pier which he held On the subject: of the pier
named comptroller' said, "Of City hall to and Including he headquarters of the School Hoard, Inis and Loan Association to plans for. He stated further Commissioner Taylor said any 1
In designing the Red Fox Rood home of Commander all the areas of government the City of Green Cove Is surfeited today with monuments to be Incited in Orange Perk has that at every other creosoted' plan to construct anythingmore .
Prank Cadet, USN, Brlckert had a number of specifics to which It Is Important for this loving and tmakllled hands in the world of architecture received pledges from J.. per piling' a round plug of wood than a wooden catwalk ,
meet. Philosophy to be continued. 'It In the but analysis Green Cove will get what It deserves. tone to open savings accounts could be ejected over the water waa putting the "cart before
the well deserve catwalk unless the residents of the City totalling "IJ44J80, surpassing whet fishermen the hor...",
During tbe course of s lengthy tour of duty with is financial operations. But It will a eon may sit at
of wishes known to each of the Commissioners who the minimum requirements of ease and fish.Commissioner. Commissioner t
Navy, Commander Kadel had picked: up an assortment the continuation of a cons r- make their Taylor said
Oriental and modern Danish furniture, Oriental and French vatrve policy: dues' not mean we mill meet again a week from next Tuesday evening! I art. and all these need the proper setting. cannot have change** In the City commission room. the Frank organlMri:W, Brown Jr this, one total of I "'r, Freeman's plans were free be autliort/etl until a muter
Moreover he desired for himself: a bedroom suit and says and U sun architect should levy plan of the City's development
his mother should continue to grow be charges fur his he would has been
study, with full privacy; a bedroom suite for work drawn up.
with full privacy and a living and entertaining area, with Flees tween now and the opening favor whatever was cheaper, Asked who might draw up
full privacy. Agricultural Employe ; dale. A.ked whether the old Shsnd such s matter plan Com ml .
The house as U was designed- forms a cross, with the Mr. Drown has considerable Urld.e abutments did not of. sinner Taylor said he Jut felt
facing; on the street an entrenoewsy and carport. Each experience In the savings and f'r f sufficient fishing IC'eomoa.t'oM 't', should be drawn up
of arm the other three arms is devoted to the privacy of has own. But His Grocer Has It Made! loan business He was managerof tor every mn woman Commissioner Harris echoed
his mother's and his guests living arrangements. The only aa association: branch office and child In Green Cove and his assent to all then views
and previously vs. In the com
windows facing In the street are opaque.
"New I see tbe secret .f to ilsvery sod share-cropping. mercial banking field. At present .
the sBaklag ef the beat perwsti, Is entitled to work as many] he Is missed la the genera -
II I* to grew IN the eyra sir hours a week as he can stud. real foists business In' Orange "Hospital Now Wholly
sad U eat and alve with Ike eeeth." (or sit); at a rate of 10 coMa Park and serves as i a
American an hour more or leis, It hi member, of the Oran. Park
Walt Whitman's unqualified definition of the proud
farmer, the backbone of the nalkm," may: hare been hopelessly can command It. He Is a straav Town Oarunliaum Integrated Kiedzik'
outmoded by Congress.For err to such amenities of tar Preliminary steps have beet ;
theM are those In the County who have grown In the welfare state u a guaranteed completed and the tentative/
open air and eaten and slept all their years with the earth who annual wage, paid vacations,, schedule directed at an opening clay Memorial JlOIl/llalla" week was ".huU, Inl..r.led"
pensions, social serurity, work date early In Did U being R. L. 1C1ed.I1. the .
are, today, far from "thai best persons. hotpltll'l '4m1D1tCrator. told The cr..n'
4yt _II'. compensation*, hosplul followed. this ...k.

; union Insurance fll Is strict Offices of the association will The action throwing out the last vetl',e. of
fj ly limited to the eVrstle em be located on MB. Hlghwsy nand was taken last week following cotuultetloas between.lfr..aUon. J'
plorment his skills and the an announcement will be end representatives of the KJedatk
US. Dept. of Stealth, Educ.tlon
t. market afford him. forttteomlng on the exact to. W.ltare.nd the VM, PubUe HeaUt Service. ''ubaequenU and
Lout week a Green Cove' cation of the quarters. Mug of the hotpltal'l board wert apprised of UIeae '
At the wldeepea rear of the boos. a nvtog pUo adds J U minister was summoned to the The hospital la now a aitv talt.
pact to the nvtagreom to the north of tare rear erase arm f home of Richard Fellow, one of leg final approval of a 110," -
and not pictured to the Commander's bedroom. The patio ANOTHEM recAnt. Capacity, on the average. Of

to laid wttb ....... Wee brought back from Italy. \" ... f for these obvious dlsposeeated.reasons The|* fictltlou name- THIS ONE CAUGHTSheriff MM grant on to two commence new wings eoneI&tucUon that this shoe oceupsncy! he estimates.,

!!:. ,." !., *. Jennings Murrhee; on which will more than doublet been Negro to pattonU one-fourth hare
"" E41 w. the bread-winner. If Monday morning, picked up a e present In-patient cspad.iy. In Its
\ .. ever. he had been that, had fled. man who moped from a Bt. present structure, Uie
.leaving to hie wife. the bur Johns County road camp, Xledilk way the two new hospital has el.hl private

4s f dens of maintaining the fight Leroy M. Crawford. II years wings, to coal a total of a p.pTMlmalely .0 two room l-bsd, five a-bed rooms ant
h for survival for hermit and old. SUI1 wearing road gang IJOO.OOO, will provide
their four children. white trotuers. told the Sheriff aroom maternity weld In his. statement, Klediik set
,.' Tbe oldest ef them, U, Is he had walked all night. He and an additional II room st ret any old rumors of a
t r till hopefully in school and bad served" one month of a for medical and surgical patients plan to sure 1 I
..... able to get la a few hours of all month sentence for pasting The total capacity will "1 pUn to stay until the fin
gainful wort every week . bad checks, according to the thus be raised. Ir'JffJI) to n el retirement," he said He II
They are the detpued and children who ere provided\ free there bring no federal or state Sheriff, and had been made a bed.. Target dace for comtile- II years. old.Members .
dlspneaeaaed "agricultural em lunches every day In the CoUDC restraints on a child worker solong trusty lion Of the new facilities u of the Hu-pltal)
ployee the landless farmers ,'. schools: and an estimated as he .be aa "agricultural The Sheriff was on his way et at July I, II" Authority are two veterans
i..I rSN a ..Awe.. ..... to whom the? congress to Its too-plus. school children whoseparmU empro,... But the larder WAS to his office Monday morning Of 1'&I employ, KMtk '- who have jut been renamedby
la designing the home of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Butler. Infinite wisdom has given only ere hated by Uo Bute already bare." Tbe electrk Juke when he got s radio report a said M are slate and 2S Governor Ksrdon Burns:
Brkkertl specifications were for another house with plenty the dubious rights of life, liberty of Florida u having l.jOOO or behind the pale, unshaded man In white trouwr had bn are N" .n>. John Pee, Jr. who 1s vice
of privacy for Jut two persons. One bedroom Is occupied and the pursuit of bappt .leas of total Income aaeuaOy. bulb had been pulled, for nonpayment seen at the Ifiterwction efBUnding Kldik' Mid lad .*ek* action chairman sod O. E. Wiggins,
by the owners, a second la used as a sewing-work room by Mae." The Fair Labor Standard And shut oft too, and highway II. lAievated the staff dmniifnnn who I I. treasurer
Mrs. Butler and a third ls reserved as a guestroom. A Clay County has an ..u- Act of 1114 and an IU U tight as the pars credit at the The Sheriff found the man at \ and de-MfregaUd the The authority |Le now headed
small den at are other aide opens onto a fenced patio area muted. 2M of them. Some fart .ty-prmud pose se" tump* fteifhborhood rroc<<'.. about the time Slate Trooper 'two lobbies, With completion by Mr, Carleton R. Clark ofI4IddJeblU
that might, tot dot not, overtook a netghbor'a yard. better than ethers. aeronCng lion bare not caught tap with The situation was a dead Ernest P. Jonas arrived at the 01 U>e two new wins. a third ,. The other two
(This series has been a uperflclal offering of some oft to the generosity' of their ... them nearly M years Jat<<. lose to everyone' ; the wife, the irene. The convict said he wssneeded lobby will be addaxi. members are Harold Knowles. ,
UM baasjttfttl homes W the OrJt Park area and the a* .. Under the tow of OM land cbiJclr.... the neighbors, the for hie home la Lake Within' the pal I] month of Ocean Cove, secretary, and 4
pertor architect* who art having a band to their creation.At They have! procreated the aa 'acrlciiiuiral employe the Moununtty. A sort.a Butler He put up no reauua- the hospital has operated at George r Davis, also of Green
new buOdlng progresses, w* snap take another boLl bulk of more than m school eptrttoal art professional bolt (Ceslbood Page II) c-I. approximately 14 per cent of COY,. ,_ _

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For Speaking UpIn CLEMENT WITH Laughter's Not A SinBy 1 @W\f\ irmIlr: IkAY\

his first major address since taking edge" (of what public ifriciali are doing and By Sheriff Jennings Mnrrhee

office State Comptroller Fred O. Dickinsonlast thinking). John L Clement, son of Mrs. DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD racing on public
"An uninformed tUI'% ." the Comptroller "Drag thorough
n Mertle LeClaire of Green Cove
week told the State Association of County is Inexcusable, not to
fares mention
continued, "is not only f handicap to his com- Sprlngs.has been named an ,"Ood hath made me to
Commissioners that "to retain public support downright stupid and a menace to
munity but a thorn in he side of every public associate industrial sales specialist laugh" cries Abraham's wife, ) "
and effectively administer our responsibilities, a public safety.
official. for The Babcock & Wilcox Sarah, Joyfully as she holds In .1"
we must equip our citizens with this knowl- Amen, Brother Company's boiler 'division, her arms the child she had This was the editorial comment of
I; Jacksonville Journal after two
it has been announced by J. O. given up all hope of having the per.
Martin, of national \ sons were killed in Duval County as a
manager Rufus Mosely, a Southern
Non-Changing Times sales. newspaperman conspicuously .,:"' ", result of the bravado af some young.
iters who used the public highways for
In his position Clement endowed with Christian cheerfulness ,
racing.I .
Everybody thinks he can run a newspaper "trying to dictate to the beo le." If he doesn'the will assist the implementationof was once asked by a I drag
better than the benighted soul blessed by is a mollycoddle and % jellyfl b. BftW's sales-marketing efforts solemn questioner whether he agree with The Journal.
Providence in that position The prohibitionist* DAn: ace How guy decent on all pulp and paper thought Jesus ever laughed. "I .' \ I'can only say we here in Clay
Maybe it's because the editor's faults are person can favor'' fCguUteq saloons and boiler sales, Including chemi- don't know," was his answer; County have been lucky , all lucky
glaring: out In the open In black and white, accuse him of selling out *0 the liquor interests cal recovery units, wood waste "but he's fixed me up so I can." . we have not had our own share of
or possibly its just a.queer quirk of human if he takes that side ty wets accuse him of fired boilers and power boilers. The celebrated Brooklyn b deaths growing out of drag racing on public highways.

nature.And being intimidated by W drys. Born In Rochester, N.Y., minister, Dr. Cuyler, was visiting because
the job's so easy anyway. Running a The editor, apart mm the laudable desire Clement joined BaW: as a the famous London preacher It goes on In Clay County; I know I get calla
newspaper is a sideline with lots of people to make a living fop himself and his family student engineer in 1936! after Charles H. Spurgeoa Aftera saying it Is happening. In most instances those engaged
They offer advice. has only the good pt the community at receiving a chemical engineering hard day of work and serious in the "inexcusable" gamble with their own and others'
The Democrats say the paper is a "dirty heart. If he disagrees With you on any subject -- degree from the University discussion these two men of Dr. Howard lives stop the moment a police car of any kind approaches.

rag" if the editor is a Republican and the : political moral OP Educational: he maybe of Florida. He is a Clay High God went into the country together coming on of old age, (that old They have their own signals.It .
Republicans stop their subscriptions if he comes right and you may ta w>ong. (From % Sept., 'School graduate of the class for a '''holiday. They age that means the hardening should come ss no'surprise' to those guilty, since
out for a Democrat. If he takes stand he is 1915 editorial in The ROckVill (Coiut,) Leader
a ,
of 1953, Following assignments roamed the fields in high of the arteries of the soul) than they go to the ends of keeping their activities away from
in the erection and service spirits, chatting and laughingand the slow losing of the power to any law enforcement officials that they not only risk
-' engineering, he was assigned free from care. laugh. And there is nothing life and limb . but the chance of being caught and
Otrikker By DUJ;:A N G. GRONER as an assistant engineer to Dr. Cuyler had Just told a that will keep away that tragedy fined $500 or sentenced to serve 90 days.
PAW atomic energy facilitiesIn story at which Spurgeon laugh of growing old, stiffly and
Smile, Burlington and Johns- sive industrial boon; Orange In our PInnln; that some of Lynchburg, Va. in 1959.! ed uproariously. Then suddenlyhe uncomfortably and before one's The parents of those youngsters who find this deadly
Manville and Taylor and Climate Park as Jacksonville' most the old t itsrat0) habits be cast He later returned to Barbertonfor turned to Dr. Cuyler and time, more effectually than the form: of fun something to play with should inform their
and Painter are here choice bedroom community is aside aim that we,or our elected assignments as an associate exclaimed, "Theodore, let's keeping up of the habit of youngsters that drag racing on public highways is a
And, I am wholly persuaded, in one; Keystone is growing. officials think "bl,." performance engineer in the kneel down and thank God for wholesome and healthy laugh deadly menace . and "downright stupid.
Reynolds will be here with ful, The county is on the. move, In this orderly growth contract engineering section. laughter! And there, on the
ly revealed and exciting plans from one end to the other., our Cout Commission and In' 1961 he was named a performance green carpet of grass, under ing.A fine motto I have seen on ;
before Christmas In this atmosphere, I sub the Gretrj Cove City Commission engineer in design the trees, two of the world's the wall of a Y.MC.A. says,
Green Cove stands at the mit, it is a basic requirementthat are W'hj' called on to take engineering where he specialized greatest men knelt and thanked in part: "Learn to laugh A I List Tour Clay County Property with -
threahhold of a relatively mas- we begin to think ahead another bit' step forward in in chemical recovery processes God for the bright and joyous good laugh Is better than media
the area of our public building.In associated with the pulp gift of laughter. cine. Learn how to tell a story.A .
es B instance the step and paper industry. It has been said that laughter well-told story la welcome Frank W. BrownAnd
CKay County Crescent! will devolve upon tW questionof Clement received a MB degree li a sure index of a man' a* a sunbeam In a sick-room

IS whethef we are now ready, in mechanical engineer Intelligence What you laughat . If you cannot see any Associates
"WHAT is GOOD YON- CLAY COUNTY is GOOD FOR wr -CMSCINT' In our CQiihtjr and city Pro- ing from the University of to a certain degree, reveals goodjn the world,keep the bad
DUNCAN GOLDTHWAITE GRONER_EDITOR AND PuiLllHIRTomtom grams, to bay experts to do Akron in 1991. He Is a registered your mental lit to yourself . Learn to meet
A half wit can laughat Seal >Mate D3serl' -
OCS U49MSSICON what hoe heretofore mostly professional engineer your friends with a smile A Hghlsed
CUM FMYMI PAID. AY SATIN Con S'.1.I ... Fiona been done \t:>y amateurs, with in Ohio and a member of the other people's mishaps, but good-humored man or woman
PUSLISHSO EVICT THUMDAT BY CRESCENT '11111, INC.P.0 very obvIoM results Technical Association af Pulp the man who can laugh at him- la always welcome." ISM BJ. mgkway IfJohn's ..... resat
sox ITS GNUS Cove SPRINGS. FLORIDA The county commission: will and Paper Industries self, rates a high level of good P.i.e M6-N -
HOWARD 1'. COOPER PRISIOINTninaupTiON be asked f approve architectural : Mr. and Mrs. Clement, the sense Joy, cheerfulness and enthusiasm -
r RATES plsnj. and to pay architectural former Anne Frengou of Akron Laughter Is a revelation of are not Christian
OlfB TEAR 15 ADVANCE .... r/e, for the design have a daughter, Rebecca man's dignity, proof that he heresies I i
(I TWO TBABS lit ADVANCE see (Condpotd on Page 0)) Diane, age a months. can be superior to the Incidentsand "To reject the Joy of living
--- contingencies of life, .= Is to Insult Him who provides Radio & TV
'., ",; no matter how adverse they'. It, and who, gave us the gift
'. nay be.Beware. of laughter along with the
-- of the man who has gift of tears," declares the author BOA -:.- ZENITH
4 no sense of humor. He will be' ''Of "The Shoes of the '
lacking In a sense of propor- Fisherman
tion, and is probably a stickler Most of the great Christian -
.. Plymouth for petty forms and regulations. saint were happy saints Experienced Service On An Makes d Models
Fury He takes himself too seriously, Sometimes you can almost KRVINO CLAY COON AVER: II TEAM
; and has never learned bow to hear their "soul chuckle"|,"Re- #+
t I* .throw off apparent slights with lore In the Lord always," says ,24 West WalntS;; eet Green Cove Springs
a. smifet 4 Saint PauL>> Again I will
'" ,' say Phone 284-3122
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7, 1915 I Cove Socials Bi MBS. HERMAN DEED weeks in New York attendingthe as associate pastor of the First Lorna Fransen,of Warsaw, HI.,: OUTFIT GRAND MATRON and Mrs Irene Johns, Put
- Green Orand Patrons, all of the
- World Fair and several Presbyterian Church
Phone 2SI-005 of EusUs who came to be with her VISITS GREEN COVE
--- Grand,Chapter of Florida
Broadway shows.Mrs. last Sunday, daughter during the illness and
Harry Phillips of Atlanta la Interesting. Mrs. Thaeler and Mrs Pearey will be pleasantly I recent death of her husband. CHAPTER NO. 43 OLio Approximately 80 members '
"Visiting his aunt, Mr GladysPhillips. her husband, Dr, A. David remembered by all those'who Edward Morris and her; Mrs., Floyd Roberta' sister, Mrs Ethel F. Keller, Worthy from various parts of our state
Orand Matron of the Orand were present for the meeting. ,
Thaeler, were missionaries to knew her children spent the weekendIn Mrs Gladys Scaecla and her I
I Mr. and Mrs Edward Colley Chapter of Florida, made her Mrs Eleanor: Fltsslmmons,
Mrs Pearl Brooker returned Nicarauga, Central America, Winter Garden visiting Mrs. daughter, Gina, ,of Chicago,
home Saturday from Quincy, for many :years and are now Mr and Mrs.W. L. Stripling, Morris' parents Mr. and :Mrs. returned Monday morning\ by and their children, Harry, Cheryl official visit to the local chapter Worthy Matron of the local
IUllh.'ntlon. Fla. where she visited her bro connected with the Mary Olin Jr.. and their daughters, Cindy X. M. Csdwea plane after spending a week Martin and Allen of Glyn- No 45, O.EJS. at a special chapter, and her officers presented ,
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. Clinic at Penney Farms. and Sheri, of Orlando, spent with Mrs. Roberta and her co, Oa spent the weekend with meeting In the Masonic Hall Mrs. Keller,with a lovely, i f"t t f
e to and Mrs.Roy Batch Mr Blitch Previous to the program.Mrs. : the weekend with :Mrs. Strip- :Mrs Kate Walters returned children Mrs. Galley's parents, Mr. and last Friday evening Other courtesy and gift, along withan '
celebrated his 73rd birlthdsy Karl Tucker, president of ling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs J. s. Goodrich In Oreen Grand officers present, were honorary membership la
Friday from a visit to New Mrs. Bcaccla and Olna
on Wednesday the Association, conducted a A. D. Duck, and Mr. Stripling's\ were Cove. Sunday morning they Mrs Patricia Fachko, Orand this chapter.A .
'nt England and Canada here to attend the funeral
of of were present, with other Esther social hour followed the
, brief buslnes meeting. mother, Mrs. W. L. Stripling\ members of Callahan, Fla. and
Per. A period of fellowship closed her brother-in-law, Mr. Rob. of the family, at the chris. Mrs. Mildred Beach Grand meeting and the hostesses served
, SSunj. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN OF the meting. The. Rev Richard O. Johan. erts. tening of Mrs. Colley's niece, Instructor of District 23 of homemade cake and pun
THE CHURCH HATE: MEET Mesdames Z. J. Campbell, of lIOn, Miss Bonnie Dean Baker Remaining several more days Lucy Lee Vander Wilt, daughter Hastings, Fla. ch.Preceding the meeting, Mrs.
a for Mrs:' AJJ. Thaeler. RN. of MRS. GRANT W. PEARCT Oreen Cove, and R. Kean, of and Mr.A.L Oarrlgues attend with Mrs. Roberta and her of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van Past Orand officers present Keller was honored with a
the Memorial Home Community PASSES IN MINNEAPOLISWord Deland returned to their home ed the Installation service of children, Cheryl and Timothy der WUt, at the First Presbyterian were: Mrs Verna Bullard banquet at the V.I.A. dining
was the guest speaker at was received here last Saturday after spending two the Rev Richard Lee Turner U Mrs Roberta' mother Mrs Church Brice, Mrs Prances Ketsling, room.HERE'S ,
the September 28th meting of --------- 4
Clay week of the death of MrsGrant
Ucky The Women's,, Association of W. hare,. Mrs. Pearey ,
'of'a. The First Presbyterian Church. underwent surgery several
, Mrs. Thaeler's subject was weeks
Fringe Benefits of a Mission She was the deughter-ln-! NEWS A $99.95
alls ary". Her remarks were most law of the late Reverend W. T. 3995 .
Pearey and Mrs Pearc,. She
;len' I and her husband have visited
boa I, many times In Oreen Cove ? 'if Philco Portable TV
Springs and Penney Farm : .

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"OmI'lat MRS. L. BARNES HONORED ('\\s .
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Id.lelr. honored with a miscellaneous ;(... : ::::::
shower given by :Mrs., Leo D. J ;', ::::: :
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a The serving table was are mmmm j
tistlcally decorated with fern .............
Molt sale SHE t rowofTO' and delicate pink flowers centered mm mm

nilE /MOThtCITUST I' with two lighted candelabra With ......................-...
ThePurchase .............
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If your battery Is low and to the attraction of the punchbowl I PHILCOtAfcMrt
needs a quick charge, bring The cake was iced in pale r a 0 I more I
it I let pink frosting and was covered
to us, and us restoreits '
with white roses. I
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The new bride received many viewing area
lovely gifts, which were opened VI
ce.LARUE'S and admired by the guests. I
Among those present were I
Mrs. Fred' Ltnsley, mother of :
SERVICE STATION I the bride, and Mrs. Jo Barnes" : .
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Miss Yield Christie and Mrs. MM Met"Nslsrl lass MM*II*aNt /
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Eddie Knight assisted Mrs.
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rAGK: POW Cay( County Ercsccttf! 1)tSDA1'OCTOBD 1. "IS

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I SJftJC1 ONE: or soo V. I. A. PORTRAIT PRESENTED -.,.......

I T'STtNG; ttNtE1SFelt : .......... "legAL ROTICtd -LEGAL XOTICB

Clay High t .ACUEW EXAMS \0TICH Of SAL* IR TUB cinetiT cotHT or CLAY
0t, .Johns River Junior Col. (-ria* ao.nYuPFrLLWrNTxUCrrpx ('IH&lIT, I* AM.. ;roll.
lege has been designated AS 1 KO. sa- S0FUuroN TnSATBK
Last Tuesday the Bay) tf'u*! ; Otl' Of 500() t''c.TllfU.I1 Of I :
testing centers (nbscaTanag5slai.4 : ; I SAVINGS BANK KINGS Green Ceve Bprtsn
Devils anxiously wsitM to , kfoU the Unlt d States ad- .o..t be received COUNTY, a corporation. Monday thin Friday
prove their worth. IntJtlsCll1nlf l !! National teachers b> 'ae Surd: ublK? inatruct- Plaintiff

Much to their dlsappOl tJuenC JtJt*!tIJI\tlot14 during lee and tOn' of Hoard ell> Room County.t the Florida School In AONtS U FABICH. and..all.1.' ..of. Box Office Open ':U PJW.
the game was called \t 4ue A ,'ihiatrktlon BuildinK, Oro n lb. unknown heirs or under features At 7 ,PJH.
1908. claiming
9w Dbflni Florid I p to and aU parties
to weather and a waterv0ojc v d ( ou gsebloM in. this njn A.*, Eastern standardTlne Anthony J. Fablch. d.c.aeed.Uefaadanta. Saturday and Sunday

playing field. Pfep fltv to teach School area may a yd"yRd! P y d tr oJ'! >.. t
They were allowed to tn'et take the! series of teats at St "($ur itfO<
their opponents from $(, M- lob"On Match 19, 1968 be. VrlfloM of lnd bt 4noia of, Agnes J.e *>.*. *., ... hM.61 r
4'h.! Board oQ PubiiO la'iructlon Apnea J.e Ol..uC.
gustlne on Thursday Mt'N ,1tl1lbl ft 8:30: km, and con +' b DL, vaunt), Florida' In (hi depuminatloa ....... x..._
noon By this time the Eute. tlnlung until I .t e5OpO each dat.dBepAmpe lIurlla....., J...
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pm. ( I, 19.6, with tIlarlP.1nd '''! l.liitlDcrle Mllloge qgW
merit had doubled. ptliei. testing dates have + ..III."u.1. lSap5sMp BFabkk
p .r I dad March 1> payable 1141 8outWlthlt .t. rr..Me SUZIE
The six new B-team tbet peep/ listed .. December 1J, L /t a hsOk to b* det.rmined by .. -__

leaders were on the sc'b yell!!! 1111\6\ and My 1ft and October 'she ate' Poerd.of I".b""ne.Tho "00.000 aro C rtlfl-part Craig Lee Kablch O G

ahead of the kickoff W sheer f, I9 tf. StudenM wishing to loton .u horl. od Inu. $4OL000 1641 South. aU. kranel ---
,. Th romamlnc Wichita, Jt.Ba
the boys on and help the *M.- participate In the NTE on ilt 't the 'o**! aothorl.. these dates lu0ued at icier date. Tfc* Cor- You are notified that a lull
taton welcome them, TAP Vs much strain on should make ar- b .. and
sirlcate| | uh011 lit coupon ha been fll. agala.t you Sat;Oct eGRANNTHEPBURN
a first for many of tbti W0J. >. swollen, quite fa>ifeif>e0t| wills the school (01."", r*..l"tr, -bl. a. tc prlncl- Catherlno Ann ablch, Marsa- I

ers and cheerleaders cult to walk on. i #v t"n tn which tpey seek em- r! 1")ftnl/<)tn Hcal and order maturing on S'Plem MrteUn Joseph ret .Jan Fables Fablca.In th and* above Anthony.n- II I

Don Brown acted as <.&t'n' week will be ploynxent; or with their college.A pth s0 fOlloV.- lltl.d cau.; and that you ar. / ,
V set Amount" Year Amount hereby required i to file your :
for the game. As it WT\J, tisfactory bulletin of information 1500< |I5DA 1811 flUoO anwr with. the Clerk of thug

the boys felt they didn't havea Spruce Plans to I eotlC81t1n. a list of test center 1/0i lvAe 1 l 1 Jo>o:000,00 1975 1971 SI 10,000):001)2l Court upon and the tc serve plaintiff a copy or thereof plain- '

chance until the first pass. of the game this ), 6jm information About the 1009 .000 2909 IOOOA tHru attorney. whole names lIn'tfPEWAlTER
l 00,000: ) Oray,
1970 20,000) () 1901 and a-ldren. I I' Mark
clenny. etaifUnAUons] as veil as a reg- ''I*?, tqOno I.-a IS.000 Yates. Conror ft, play.David Mitchell I ist....tlornx, m" be obtained 5075 20,000| | into 85000 44T. Jackionvlll. 1. Florida .-
passel tPe 1 1075 r 1 Jo 10(1 1901 IS:000CTi not later than November I, MATTHA '
ball 15 yards to score a TfP lot !STATE! REPLY f"I front College placement officers """ :; 4' 2(00(1( UU '0.000Ilp JAMESCO BURN
"f.l: ;: "if ,
? 2<(000 19M 40000 fall to do *o. decree
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the Devils. This lifted tl\, apt tiLED BY :!! school personnel) depart- 'I. ?J 55,000 1<8T 40000Th ; Pro confrno will b* entered. a-
rite of all and built Up tp" IS DUE BY tJietta, or" directly> from Natil w t. r ..t/ rr t'Sr .' crl'lat i inaiurlnir In ml nut you for the relief demanded
: tf an/..rii 1 liS' Chrouuh ,197!, In th. complaintThe
boys' confidence. The state tloll teacher tJtalk1lnation., ;tii"B MfJi)> both IhMuClv*, are not .*do.mMJ nature of .ald suit t>.tnf r -
prior to t6elr r* p tlvemttA for foreclosure. of a certain
David Mitchell did an tjtce"" office Is pre I VOJt Educational TestingNew ;' ; + \ dates of maturity, Ortl- nv>rta-aa-. on the frtlowlng-" decrlbed *- THE MORO WITCH DOCTOR
lent job of passing. Toaethet, 4 Court suit yeryte,. Princeton, Jersey :fffiJ ""'" rII..turln" .red. em..Pis real property, to-witl
', ,. i, 5 T, 11M 11I".nn. lot Four Ml Block Seven (T). Staffing Jack Mahoney
he and Johnny Bartolf cw tafson's Dairy of 085tO. .,P 1 bi-lflf tc their reupPetlve MEAIHIWBHOOK. Fnlt No I,

pleted over 150 yards 1A b*,_ Springs Tpe Educational Testing "I t (,; if'InO,,l"(,//l dater o* the of Board maturity In at whole the corded according-. nT plat thereof ag re...

plays When naked about\ tpft stitutionality of 8rvic has urged prospective of la) part, In lnvrr.. numerical and '. publicrecordi of Sun, Mom A -.>

touchdown, Johnny gave |*>uch. law, te'tfer' to begin making art n"(/r"*ri inJs If !"un, or than any an|nUr on .Beptem-.t pay.mi WITNESS Clay County mr Florida hand ,and the Oct. 11,11&13

of the credit to David and even According to ilgebents for the examination <;; .fTl'Ic'bol i.dat' aWount th r attr'tn'renf at :ins d Bprlnire eat of, said Florida Court. at thin Green Mrd. Cons day

added that later he Ckught torney General brtJned1ateI1. r .,('r>u*<1 int'roit Din, the rrllow'Inc or ficptember. A.D. IMS.
p'omluO", ..*pr ,ii.d In perehta0a. CIJAI)
another good pass that 5botgd the state has
until |' of the oar valu there- 1111:0'tOI': : t* CARLi0LA.Clerk !' ,
have resulted in six snore to: reply to this CfAf tI/O N BETS .(,.f i"(- t/, redeemed at the follow By Vivian of the H.. Circuit Bohm.pnulv .Court 113tmSWIU

point filed in Leon OVTStV l'UtOCT.. 11 a", naeeemed fin Reptembe. C1.rk.
After the game, Johnny J3ay Ulnst the attorney Representatives of Green Cove's Village Improvement }V 1 toU to ami Including March fA Troy of the comntalnt and
The school sedation .last seek lent : : mended. filed herein'
thoU I Clay Nigh PTA. for display at the Board meeting \1/ 2 complaint
commented "We played the> secretary of \* 1I' redeemed on nt m- I. attached to she copy of this
our hardest and we plan Hrators of the monthly meeting will be held tbe Florida Federation Women's Clubs a portrait of My 1r i, 100, to and, Including notice which In mailed tn each

our next game" twin OusUfson OcU4r nth at t:00 P. t in Penelope Borden Hamilton, first president of the Federally r*fri*It 1.redeemed I"1V ; on Septemberl defendant more, peclifc for"" | whom than a a residence state or 1 "ICilY lOOIiIIYANNITTt

the CUr Pith Cafeteria, The and an organiser of the VIA 1 l(\ 10 and Inrludlnf Marchtk' country was *,lyeq In the iworntatment
The Clay High Blue tyvj: ( 1aa is <<: l: filed,, herein hY the ru.tctuor'r'VV'
ventured to Fernandin ''la.t )It doe not apply Student Council vlll have a The portrait. painted by Mrs. Chaneey Moore, was U 'y ,*. t/tlfrt| .,* to be Plaintiff. M. 1
sans /tcMGTCG/
student panel dincuHsion from an U9S phototrsph when lalard to acquire build, con- ,
onSnDloyrnent" she was Fedentton pre*\/ .. raRd -
week for another unfortl) ace milk distributors 1 t fu rf !fMS, !ni e' e e Im p'
'osJth :&:! Let's dent. Presenting !portrait on behalf of the VIA. are, L 0r. tpMVh| *h 4 equip i lrhonl.i! rid; ;;
Friday night After the Pistributors
fc n/ in the SrPlol' bulld'nm' fn Clav County n TRW rorimr t'JIB'eCOt .
they ;started home'not only\ must price their hard a. !good attebdajico andmake Mrs. ChaWMtr ......, ..... C. 1. Menser archlm chap, Vn1 .rc tayDU unlely| from and, liT tv Ann row CLAY <
this year oar best In man, Florida Federation of Women's Cnbs and Mrs. Ht\ S.rur/ >*V a lion upon and a COUNTY, FLORIDA "H'Itithe
with a final score of 19'(0 tit dance with a tlad/ rf tent portion of Rare iv rmoBATKla
the Pirates' savor but order :r.. man E. Reed. IcIuI_ Moore lad Reed are part ,pretldeiiU J.rllOk ....."rf. aP'rulnannnmlr Kv funniest\
wltjj and
a.0 stung
the ( Board of public R. Eat.l. of
of VIA. The portrait of Mrs. Hamilton wMch \ I.0 ilhv : ti .
Injured ' was teeed tInh, ylart.1a'tni 8&MWB
Player Jimmy jafo 1J\ the ptlu Clar County. EDWARD I. BRYAN 5
to Lakeland for display at tb. 7 lit Annual. Slate Boameeting the' n'nvl 1 tnnu nf rnapt I:*c.uiHOTICSI 1
Lumpkln. UlAg( area must D I : ;. 5 ; ; 1 NtddlifetEI
>. *r 4 Mr ChVle E. Tri-! ol UM FJ.W.C. Is In the VIA ( a.n Frtold Chapte .
Building vs. .vi r TO CREDITORS
Jlauny pulled a ligament ti 'id regulations of bble'
spent Sunday with Mrs At i5 1 I
tin % repllea of tMs picture was presented tj ,1110 IAwa of Florida, IIp''l"
his knee T. aU creditors and p.reonshavlug
tearing it MllK
complctte Commission '
Tribbte'panute, Mr. god Mrs. Mrs. Mercer for the archives tn F.F.W.C. headquarters L \r/ Cntlr'eatee' have been.flg00eA claims or demand.Saalnet .
ly from the bone,but P\1tt1nl charges. Horace Knight. Lakeland. v by II decree or the Clr- Mid ...t.:
....-- kilt mart fr Ih. "oll'lh Jo41- Y.u and each of you are h.r.
Ol.t, c't"lt' IIf II.. avste fI' FI" b y D< tll.d to present any cl&lmtr
fn. demand which or *Uh.r
rgsy County on you
hPruOhr; IMS of ma, have against red
\Id."to." "<. requested to name lltU.t; Edward L. Bryan, t.* .
/ t \'>n rates not e.. c.u4, late of laid County, I* i1 i1I
Ai01na: I* fluster anor num. In the County Judge of Clay County, (
r t1 1C* o' cn...l.Mh or ""*-"ultl.1 Florida. .l hlo office In the
le| 11.m0\ ti t nnor than S r ta of or'o.n Con Sprtnga Flcrtda.
(1n: et6?M all Certificate tna- wltbla alt calendar onlha troll
uI".(< on the sums dat mu-t the tlms OS h. first yubltcatloo .
( ) 1 :, a.t th of this none. tM .
% rhgr1M; damanSelll.1I
a : in'ere.i becntnlnv: rslre ot each claim or
: > aloe ph each ,,,..,...iit payment b. In writing, and ..h.1IlIa. E8 1 Ol&If.JillillOO
'."* ,0nVl '' h- .yl"."..,* >,. a ulna l. the pia..v UK rv.iavn(7v and \
{'. !feu. than poet offlco address or tho claimant
pt VA ;.r .ytu| rta.* and .hall bo sworn to by
\ "retl/Ie5ta.. 'iMl accrue (nt.,- tko claimant. his agent or attern. *
\.J, ee ton I.... than eft l! nf the ., and accompanied. by a ... Frt
Wed. n.. .
to' '.1r:" I ti.Ptlir5tr| w n 1 he enterlalnA, tiling ,.. 0' on. dollar and such .
.... the i ( JtIfl/ <-.tM will. h. .ard- claim or demand not 10 rued Oct IS. 14 15
h 1ntsen0t.* l hall bo voidMIUMtEP, ,
i f' CoitIean4hCOmparlonn.Itl N BRYAN
I |' b1 madv ky Ukino th, a:- A. Admlnlrtratrlx of the
I h 'hrlasts "mount" nf |nr'.( .t Kitat of Rdward U Bryan
,, i <>. '.... apePfl.d| m the "I rot publication Sept. ID IMS
: nPal'd H.ntetnbr 1.SO.4trBWtorneya
,,1/\.t"t<* the l'o' tb. Tar.
i eds / JI.4 "' .lu'I'..* thereof,
.. \nfi *Ubtr.Ctln.. thorefrom, the Jackoonvlllo. Florid, aII
"nj? J' fvn bl.. mu furnl/hed... uccmnful purrhar.r., tna-rthor
"0 rm t" > hv the with tha u'Ual clo.ln t>apri at
Joyd.and ", .ltubI enclnwd. In the Om of dollvory Th* Board
;'al l 4 ''' .III". ......,..... t.. ,...r..e the rllrhl 10 reject any
POard IIr Futile 11'.1'-111'1'. or all bide' and any bM' not complyln -
: }Mar count*. FlnrMa and marked with I I ho prnvlalma hero
I PC"W"| I W rertrfirat!", and of will bo rOJ..I.d
) \ to p5 "a'comoanled: .by a rertl. Th floruud Corttflcoto will.
fI { ./' o' beep rauhier Chuck In bt drllvro to tho lurcoiafut
Jh,. .1' "f lltltoa, pnvabl. I hidden In J.rllon.'tI.' Floridaon '
II *>* w"1r ?' Th. moors. "f November Is. IM>. or a. loon II
\ >> u"II"| In""I\"n.| elan County, thereafter. aa the Certificates sreready 1
\ F'IdeldS a. narantM. of good fur dollv"" Camplot flnanHal .
,. !he :,hers, of the *Ocren'tot 'Information, crpl. of the
btld.t' win| b* held nnc5 h Official I Statement Proporal
\ fo t"r hi* hid:) but Forma, Notice. of Bail i and other
!P ."."* the .urneaful. | bid. Information mar b* obtained
f>rhi'll fll' t.. .. from th. und..I"".... or frrm NE
0\ma: f thl_ 411,5. It'.rcheckatnuy Pierce. Wulborn, Morphoy, Inn, pr
l f, ke nnveed* P. : Bnx "T. Jack.onvlllo,
t.Psfhp.taty., *.* a. f"1' Hi"-' Florida 1111JK88K .
ektM 4awaaea All fclda .r. to : P TTNKS. JR. M
: ' rs IOtANloe/d u""on the inqual-, Kur.rintnd.nt of Pitblla' b.
t'te4 appPOoing e Bin, .I0n
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eight miles oat facing Penney loot distant. moving THICT IXO. 1 scant to Chapter 101.1 Law lItIurld. II .uuuu l'aCM'NRTCASH FLOHIUA. It: rUOBATH.
Farms bedroom Sa ) ., that the I'reolnolulln.- tut S-IJI-O; } In tel E.ut. of *
tilt conn. Two "Sanitised" vans. In Clay
dubs I and
Th. fcllowln M.olutlon c.l- ot Preulncla No CENTRAL IIA V,NUll BANK IN LULU UKKTRUDB: WAONEH..
house, forntshed. Including County eonUot Wilds T. Ra.- Unit *n ltlon l to b. held In No 'dll' Clay regularly: r Florida, THK! CITY OK Nk.VY: tuRK soorperstlon l>*..*.**...

appliances, M5M, or will leD, real ....... 7" N. Orange Special I of CUy Tax County School, Florid Ul.trlot, WM No. were by K..outlon and on 8ptemi chants It, In* under the organ" end tn. .1.-Stale TO SONS ALL' CREDITORS AND PEa.

rent at $(0 month. Lot UslSr Arena, Green Con Springs adopted at a mating of the loll by the Hoard rf evenly of N.w York "IoIIIANl: HAVING CLAIMS OROAWOT
Board of Publlo Innruetlon c( Commissioners of Clay County, Plaintiff lAID
deep Garage. Elwood Johnson Floss 2$4.$$1. llUe CI., County, Florkie, b.ld' St Its Florida, and are a* follows WILLIAM A. NINES and WIL itlTATEI:

GCS phone SI4-I9U or call at oUlco In Omn Coy. Spring., MA J, HINKH. his wife, and Ton and each' ef you ant brety -
b day,of 8ep. PRECINCT B10HT ILALDK. .KANCli: UullllAIIU b notified. and required to pro
SIS Sooth Marnoua. oppoaltoTarn HELP WANTED Begin at the point wb.r the and OKKMAINK M. J. ll Milt tttfe BB IT RESOLVED and ORDEHED norm boundary line of Clay CHARD his wife, which you, or cither of you
bT the Board of Publlo. : County lntr.ut the wt bend 1ehndants.. may have at-antci th. estate ol
Instruction: tf Clay County of tIn BU John River and run t""OTIl' j OF SI"IT Lulu Uertrude Wanr, dec...
SINGER electric sewing! machine HELP WANTED! ParttUMwaltreaa. f'lor Ida, In m.etlns; duty ..- thence due west alone laid north THR 8TATK OF FUMIIHA Tot ed. late of raid County, to th*
4N eombl.d boundary to the west boundary WILLIAM. A. HIVICS, Judge
f In .... cabinet Uke Apply In Qol. : Una oC the Town of Orange .n''t Clay Ccnnly
Jr GO. MM!Ion t. Thai *n lctlon b nc. la loo 10th Street Fie his office in the court'
i new. Sews forwant and Si-Sana Coffee Shop. -t-tfe and the MID. ,. hereby tailed PrK| run couth along N. W. Moulin.., Ueiira-l house ot said County at Orn ,
? reAD .. aid rest' boundary to the WILMA J. II IN Kit, .
to b. .1. In Special Tax School who. rr>| Core Sprint. Florida, within
] i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES ; ; verse. attachments for making District l No. 1 .( Clay County, south.:rplln.rOII: ot Section I 4, '."". I le 100 loth Street, N.W. sit calendar month front tb*
WANTED I Wal 'tll.PPI7 In Florida Ui. ald dl.irlct b.lnr Hang In Moulin., ll.rrula time of
buttonholes, aIr-..,"' co-.xt.nilv. with th. fcoundarlo* Ka.ti thence west along the You are . notified theta the first pubtloatloa of
POINT TYPE: (This size person at Franks Track Stop, south boundary of Mid "...'Ion bee boon fled ibis notice. Two Copies of each
rf Clay County, to d.t.rmln. the anahiit you .
and stitch dealins. claim'
fancy Fully or demand
/) Tint insertion, up CARD OP THANKS and ' Highway 17, S miles south ofare. Iollowln matt.r. and thlnsi by 4 and Meotkn .. Town and CLAUUE! FKANCIH IluU writina-. and .hall shell be In 'oJ..
guaranteed. Can be soen In majority of tk* ballot, net ship 4 South, liana14 ('"A 111I end UEItMAINU!: M. J. state tb.
SO words for 11.80, an .. Con l-7-4to 5" .lector qualified I to vote at Iwaat: to the southwest corner of IIOLCHAHIt. his In the a> place.!.. ' re.idene and port Office
IN MEMORIAM to 30 .r .
: Up j :-ndl ot
Ad your area. Make eight monthly much election that threepereon aid. Section II; thence .uih a- hove .ntlll.d caua.i. that you Cite claimant and
30 at 80 word. hall be
II per payments of 'Ul will discount rn.irln highest I loiiic cost boundary line of I ar. hereby required to file youransw.r swore t* by the claim
consecutive Inser words for 11.50. an over 30 > or vote for Schoch :fru.t... at meld : IOh.7.. Township 4 South.Itann with the Clerk of Ihl. ant, at.nt, or attorney: and

for cash. Write: CreditManager WANTED election shell b. declared School 14 Ka.t. to a point ItUll' Court. end tll o.rve a cop Ih.reof aceomnanl.J by a tiling fee of
minimum of $1-20; an at Do per word. Tru.teei of .aid dlitrlct) provided scrip of the north night at way upon the Plaintiff or Plain* one dollar and such claim or d..
30 words at 4o lit S. Ckarwator that not more than on.Trll.t. line of Stal Head No. 114: thtaca tiffs attorney whoa* name and mend not *o filed shall b* void
per Road, Largo, FIori.... "-M-4tp WANTED, Viable Item. for .. hall b* elected. from west and parall.l with the a>..11''... la: smith, Killed andHthwalh S/ I.on N Watn.r
-....-.- I donation to the any on. reildenc district, fro north Tinht. ot way line ot BUI.Itoad *. Ill Uarnett Nalknal As iioiHor of the La.t Will
I Clay IIIh which a County Board Member No.. Ill to the east right honk liulldlnK, Jacksonville I, and T.Mam.nt of Lulu O.r-
LEGAL ADVERTISING: FOR SALE: Two GCS residential Junior F Class for the auction attic I* provided for by law of way' line of state Itoad No. III Klorlda, not later than Nov.m- Irud. Weiner, d.cMd.
11 POINT TYPE : FIRST Who bell. b* the thence southerly alona" soul ass b.r II, lilt First. publication! I.. 1141
First Insertion 1.40 per lots on Hllltopi U0i8 ft. school carnivaL CaD 2s4. School "rll.: '... of ."leI Special rlKht if way tin* to :::1.T..outhlln. If you fall.. to do (This size type) First I II5S II4-34M. Tat Itl.lrHl No. 1 of Day County of Sections T and o will b. .ntfr.d aialn.t
Incb; each additional Insertion ' each, corner of Highland An. or ll-S-ltp Florid, ( the cneulns; two .hlu 4 South, nni 14 Ka.ti you for the relief. demanded In
insertion to 30 "I rr thence west' alone the south line "i.
up and Warn St. Can, after and omnium THANKS
$ .80 per Inch; or as WANTED Woman desires of Section II. 41. U, 14 and ITown.hip The nature of said suit being
words for $3.00, all over p-m U4-IUS. l-7-Stp : light SECOND The number of mill., 4 South, Rents II for foreclosure rf mortiias r.* We with to take this
required by Statute. of school tax tn b. l.vled and
hoasFkeepbif Job Can cook Ka.t to the southwest corner ot corded |in Vol II, Pa. 4ol of the
30 at lOo per word. Ad. collected annually for the n It aid Section *, then north to official record of Clay County of expressing our heartfelt ap.
FOR SALE: OU heater n.'" and do general ......_r.. Forla'.tlo. two year for aupport and malnl.nanc the north boundary line of Clay Florida, the description of the predation to the hundreds
ditional consecutive insertions ., phone Greea Can of .rhocl.i andSection Countyi thence wit toaesli properly procesd.d aaalnit tie- of
BTU. Good rondlUon. Call li That aald election due Booth 4S mil*. Inr a follows! All that rosin Mends and wellwlshers, who
minimum of READING NOTICES: Per Gel U4-ISU. 1S.7-Itp 114.1741. U-7-ltp b.. and the aam I. hereby called i to the hAlt ....tlon line of Session property altuat. and being In
tot be held on the Ind day of I H. Town.hlo 4 South Its,- ('lav County, Florida, more par. expreased their sympathyfor
$$2.40; all over 30 words line. J5c. November, AIX lilt. between aII Baal| thence due ...t a llcularlv .crlb.d a. follows us during the past several
the hour! nf Tee .' oc A.M. and distance of 4H mil. tc> !LittleNeck II, lil.H-k I. K.llalr. Unit!
at 80 per word. FOR RENT OR SALE LOST A FOUND TOO oclcck P.M. at the follow. Cr.hi I northerly .rw'::, auoordln lo plat th.recf weeks In connection with the 1
-- -sly :In* lrlo pierce In said' Special .Ion* the center line of Little Hoarded In Plat Honk 4, pea Injury
Tex M.trlct, and that Illack Creek to Its Inl.r.. tlon 41 ao, current public record. hospltallutlon and convaleaccnc -
CLASSIFIED DISPLA f: Per DEADLINE: Noon Tuesday FOR RENT OR SALE: Ftorida LOST: Small mate Bessie.feet they are located a* folUwciPrecinct with the south boundary. line of Pf flav County, Florida of our daughter and

column inch 140. No discounts. preceding publication date north of IIkIdleb., .. No 1 County Tolls| .n.Rl and 14, Township 4 Tonoih.r with all structures and sister Denis
Court. Two bedroom keys. House South II Ea.ti: thence (Imiirovem.nta now and .h.r.ali.r Turner. Your
(near Court Hou.e), l.rlv alone the south "boundary sill and the rents, !I..
of Thursday.' with kitchen, dining ,.... Hv name on collar. Tattoo In ear. Ureen Cove Sprint Flcrlda tf Section. II, 14 and. II of rn uee, and profit of the shore gifts cards, neighborly expressions

- - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lag room cad Florida ...... Can Smith, Mlddlebarf III. Precinct I .. County Vetlae aid Townahln and Races to Ih* d....rlbrd pn>|>riyi and all n.' of concern and your fervent *
' " "II" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I. 1 1 1 I I I I 1 ," Hou>* Can SH-3571 or M4-M7C la.Mtp Inlet Florida. and tip thence anulh.rly alona; I* or used In connection wlta the prayers have sustalnod. us

FOB .SALEl, ,.Tare .*.4raheaae FOR SALE: i...... brick 1'.7.", Precinct I .. County VotlB* aid range tins to the wat.r gethonors ml..a h.r.ln .... rlb... and In during this trying period and
Hou.. trim Houae) tllddlcburs, Lobe: thence nnrth.riralong addition thereto the full with carport floor fur house .a I Ms Mf z MT each.Within lorlda the west bank of Doctor.Lek. d.icrlb.d household .nc.. have served to remind us anew

nae sad air eeadltlonor ... city. Salts *a. N. It. Try a ssaafl ClaaaUUd Ad Little Classified Ads house Precinct. Clay 4 Hill.- County Flcrlda.Praclnet Voting. thence. to northerly the St along John the nir.ri wed to whh ha k, are riitur, and hall and bepie a pafj *f of Ulemall7bJ..lII.. for

eluded. Gd Nation. All Cy- Joins A....*. Win sun far fur sIaM amaatag rosattaFsr I County Voting bank of tIe St. John River to the really and eye a portiifn *'f. which wo have to bo thankful.
point of b..ln"ln. the security for the Indebl
..... fencing. Comer St UIwlWU4IBIIItIa..Ana. nbaed or ..,......... Fe. la- a Good Printing lob Bring Big Results in House Precinct, ICInaly 4 lk County. Florida.. the AND ALSO thai area wllhaII ness herein mantlon.dlWITNKNil PAT, WAYNE, JERI LYNN

.*. ,.......** /b.... .....111 atMM. at RaasasMbto Prfcos. Call Hon. Uellmor- Session. Voting Florl.Prclnct the following described bnun'darlen my hand: rsen and Cove the and DIANNE: TURNER
.p. begin .t the lntsrsectlceof eel of Mid Creel .
Can M4-J41L, 7-ll-tfe MUe Th Pay Cswaty Cwaiint. .... State !tail. No' 111 and N. Minces, Florida. the Ith day of 10-7-ltp
7 County Votlns
lichen A.t). lilt.tlLainRAn .
Utert. Try one and Hru* tLlhralyKeystene In Section. II, Town.hip
Sculh. Hunae II reel U Clay : .
heights. Florida,
County, riirlda. and run northen t, "ARLIIT
1-r.clnet I City Hall OranPark
Se Florida I* th* half Section line Clerk' of the Circuit Court NOTE OF THANES
ten your resulttt PrK-lnct S County Voting of S.ellon II. Township 4. South, Itvi VIvien'H, Sober, .
'IBUYER'SGUIDELIE House, inshway IT Hans II Feet thence ...t.rl' Denutv Clerk We the
family of Floyd E.
(A of the cninpUInt Mud
Court Houi to the point when the half Suction ci>r
Annen,':bran: Cote Springs, Flo. tins intersects the eel bank herein 4e) attached t* the copy Roberts would like to extend
of Mill Covet. thence nrrlkwe.1- of this Notice I* mailedlo
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESUNUSUAL rid.Precinct II . New Cltyllall. orlv I lo Doctors Lak.i: thence emh l>.fend whir, wham arealilence our sincere. thanks and appro- *v

Penney Farm, Florida, northw.ii.rly. northerly and aiore rlC than a elation for every prayer card bend
..trrly to the w..t bank ol Stale or t\untry wet given I In ,
CONDITIONING UVERAGEIPAUL'S REAL ESTATE" House Prclnn(Flrehcu II -" )County MtadowbroolB Votlni the St John lllv.rt thencesoutherly Ih. sworn steten.01llpd kr*. all the many other deeds

I Pectin". aliin* sell west bankof In kv the Plaintiff, .bie. asent or of'kindness shown us'during\
Mid River to a print due ttorn., ,
EU.tlon: I".d.r. sod Clerks <
TWIN REALTY ...t from Ih* point .f b.*ln.nlno to.U./tlltt: Floyd'* sickness and 'death.
MILBERGER will b* tile Mm a those andI. thence w..irly to the '

OPPORTUNITY, the Special EUotloa aad .... point, .f b.ilnnlnB, IN TN u COtMT OP TMM Also to Dr. Mulford. Dr, Stephens

Hilda T. Ntth pointed by the, Covnty Commit us rr FVUTiiEii nEsoLVEn COUNT dUIMiSU and the (Hay Memorial
REFRIGERATION West Caaal c...,... u.a'roe .loa.r*. lest the nollla plac of .aid cLAY: "UII"W"r..u"IP,, I
Realtor. election .. No. I hall, b* la Prebat Hospital staff our deep thanks
antsy roortanUM that aanwllhstoai Brtoa| I. That only *lc I AS Lend Beverage* RENTAL frSALBS flnaaelal "1"I.t within said Special Tai UN IT FUHTHEIlItENiil.VRUthai .U MRS. FLOYD ROBERTS.CHERYL : I
SERVICE rigid n- .ih >irk-t who Sri auallfl.i I th* .b........1.. of ..iMtlrnPrMlnct TeHeM : .nd
ACREAGE LOTS Is o fferlnr **) a .iMlor'tloD.. entitled t* vt..Ip"r lt i No. II.., and they TU : EniTQIt1"ANn PER

Opea5LM.I.IA.M. RutdstW Qpwilsela/ f.. busts t.. jai> athool p.rteieingo IMatrlcla, se leaned< toll.w.i ors altered to reed .. SONS HANDS AUA1W.T SAIL. Ua H.STATBl ; -. and MRS. ARTHUR
air C4IHo4w.N .*.!* *? Hifilsiiiaalia Sorvt** .......... ....., dletrlbatorshlasTkiito Con.litullon by and la accordantwlik and.mamt. ., the the. Weie a| a point: where the . ROBERTS, SR.
t .. .........' Strt DavalCouty UM Serving Oreator Way Crap a prodael. In demand by *Vied ta<.and*f ricrlda entitled. t shall* rots b.II In quail said. and ran*I/, a.line.:,est.dividing Int.r.t.NeesesI the ..orlhseelori harsh Toe, ssd"..ItI..... asd you required are ARTHUR ,ROBERTS: JR.,

H... ..... tM-VTM North .. Oraago Park Notary ruberBOBf every hime owner and every Iwtlun; :that r.t.IIP ::l-or of honk alona d Docks said LahetIh.ncs rends demand to present whlqli' any yeu sialmo llh.rof ectl MRS. DOT".CARVER
lUslitr.tloa of
......... rba.1MM1ArrUANCES Hal.... and .. carnally be Cia,. .,.,. .t*n.rI4.. shell. b. lln* I* H.rt.I ol 1 lntriiillaa you. mrnav* ldlt5d. tfi. MRS. ELSIE: EVERINOTON107ltp:
.... .,... will the eouth boundary ol Me.. EOrril: KIIAItT
Offka 811.11001Orusgs lag a4 by awh nattonsl oryaahatlons ', e11 he b rehv la, . IO deressed sit Stud -
tloa II, Tewnahl 4 Soulk. llan.a laic
fur.l.h tic '
Heard ofifBdion Puklle
OATS A... S. at Bay St as Sears ...b... of Clay County. Flo-" .. EMU| thence west .1.... :: the County Juts" c<
'". south boundary line .f Swtlon Hay County, Florida' at hi* .,.
certified let( all elector
Onus GOT. Sprint aad Cx. H.....' Inn Motel r.nidag a within aid* Spends II, 11 and II. Mm "' ...11111 firs In the ..".t hones of M4|

TV APPLIANCE and vartoM branches ., the Tat Mrhel :.t ere and ran**, to the roster Ha* of Coesly at Oreen ,INLET MARINAand I UPHOLSTEET ...aIW''." el.!'tors tatltled Mill.. Illack' Cr eki theses alp within ail *al.niTarmoalk
SERVICE'w. armed hires. Prodaet IM vole In sell .1.1",. *. defined Ik.rly following. fens? lln* from the Urn. rf the
I ". with theCnneUattnnal of Lllll mark. Creek tr IK ** < first publication of this alle NICEST FINN
Repair Afl Brands Boatyard. TO p.r'coM varaatotdi Uvcotawat : Miatut of theAPAla with llUck vrwBi Ihse- Tw. *opt.* *f seek claim er d*. link 1eaurd14tr6d
Servfetng Clay Cub A Z UPHOLSTERY from MM Ie lit. ".,..., .0 followlna-I aPlern./ ofIUack mend shell b. In wrltlas'/ and
lIIUC11aI' TAX SCHOOL Tits?- Cr..B i In a southerly dlrecllnii shall pals tk. plan at 1'.1.*.....
For State** Tw1tangs 111 Magnolia Aveaa .... Iav4saat faarenteedwttk KLFTTION I\ntklf: *.* with .nd post .rr.... address of Ih.rlalmaat. .
A IM .*.. markaa, rofl.t FLOHIOA. 1Lrf'"t the Ml. J. thence nor- and> .kail b* ewers eby
Ph. 914.9515FULLERTON'S SAW SERVICE per aerie' etnng Iho west shore d N1/'P
Park Gnus Cv Sprint the claim.nt kl. a nl kiItamar
VEMBENsd All 1141 f-e
Maaafactam has yfenua.t1.d the ... Johee itlver t. S poi and a..*mpnUd It afll'n
MATSMOTOBSTBAILERSWet Pisa ....I7N FUR due sent .t .ho l..t.rlIon fO
foe ., one dollar end *.*llrtalm
.f dbtrltotfan. ad'vwtMng or THUITTEES! .
Slab Itnede SIC as.ft I. Se. ar demand not N fll.d
Dry ...... FURNITURECANVAS sad swrehaadblnf.A INSTnt'CTIOM I TO VOTEItBla tins I. Township I hush. NseM. I| k. nid'
lndfeie ysurhoore hr merl eg iI rout I. ('ey. C..nt,. Fin. .
M K. Orange Avt.Grtea Maria Wars WORK '...." lenesentotlv win "Xft., the Mam *f the. thence run west to NIA rARnm.1/**...ulnr At WRC1EITAs the La.t Will
; .
r lst.res
A person .1' perec.e of your rlMl Ice .lien a ,. 'Id, ....... I wAII at
Cove Springs .*. lAccomrora BOAT TOPS C'CI8IUOKI8LIPCOnM assist yv fas selling ap yarbaalnssa. sod T.t *f
UJB. HIGHWAY 17 tom yin tk* effue.1 tru.u* *r by nnrtkerty welt side. .f : /
MADE For ...,aew detail wrltla. In the a.m. .f a *r'o* Sial Noel N..S If U belt **..110. IIf'z'd.JUnlCII4nT.! : AeeatTAT
Oraag Park Pk... M4-N1I or ,.,*n* rl peer rkakfor. tin. *f Hecllen 14. Tewaahlp 4Snutk. First Sept II MM "'' '
"New Pvnttart sad dsrlp4lv* Stirs- the offlro and robin I th an "X"tk.r.afi.r na*. 14 Last henM. .bll..II/lII /:1 .IIeCM ,
ChessPatsUaa Vote f.r ,** per... run west, tn the sal *f
MOBILE BONES with UM OU Comfort"a tar* writ Mill rvl. thence. run weeterlrta

REED ACCOUNTING A.mnamIAXLEY Carp, UM rageIsaleis MO.i. 'Uhf POOR ariioni TAX Doetrr I.aki runweeterly. point.f1AI the point! 5 ll tiflnB. | .
south weslsrly' and
Blvd, St. ....... DIHTHUT Mll.kAUR LEWINSTHtTTION : nortkea.l.rly. .1..". .aid tierlore t iiiKI'I: ( tttei'ITiiirll,I/Nt'y an'?

AND ..... Mill oaB sal- TO VdTEIISi: tak. I* the point' where *HRTAIIV T<> rMIAIlb ell'"
MOBILE I HOMES ... or The prepnad mills. levy for the Kane: line "" Itana"II ol'NTr' ('"MNIIMItNCIt: ..
TAX SERVICE Met Robert T. Adam* at the the avkou) term ai ror- by and 14' "I"lnt* nnrlkkore CLAY COUNT, ruilt iAe
Cruet flierS lie I )
LU1 Banner. Owner w. toy tell, ur .,..., [ Tilt SHOP MA .-.,.-.... Ana Code 114. "11''" If *.a fern, the .propose 4. of finetar Lak. which 1wO0 ..
.III.. . Indlrsie by
1 N. Orange Av*. Green CovePersonalized Factory awUet far Taylor ItM Wee4 MsnHM Avon*. p.95illsCHURCH I' the. "for" I..., tor.l.d .1. I
IIW'IU' .-11" ever .sedgl tb. proposed
TiL ..... Boss** butt te Grew VL Bwt IIPWMM4.3M mlllage.If .

ServicesAccounting c... I..... ... tno Mg ISM I v." fern a '''f.,...., mill
eta leer from mill. Ikrruikle
to Man ,..4 wiai ....* at ar.. Coe ItNllags mil. .. I"" ".'. br d.*r....

ft Tax .._- -..-.. -....... NOTICES lea the "for* I...r .".. dueler)
M Hlgftway If ....
oar ... ....... .... ... 1M ewp
Returns .... a ... ---r ..-. I Ik* nillUs. y*. ,*,*,. Tee may
7- ST. JOHNS JIomL& BOILER. .._ _.wMnaown i CHRISTIAN SCIENCE **tot *aly Oa. U) mill!* rig

INC. ..... ....., .-,. CN; SOCIETY er*. Ilal1/ '. rftrtl more J9'BEALESTATE'4
Business Firms kIndividuals y.'ut 111 mtltepa ..|..|.II etslil.
Tot SM-Sm Gina Car. Spga, .... wee ....... ,p..... Or. E B...... St. A *:t b* eraaud.f .

K. MacnoSa Av*. All' u.nri.d I *l*<-<*r* ri-
TOTAL W9aladFREE tain* wltkl I Oar C* aly wheel
MHJC DELIVERY flClW aEITIMATEI GREEN COVE: SPROfOS *.ila" fseHlretM' ik.r.l :;f/ \
ntvmo OIL shall b* (Mill** I* tots In the. RESIDENTIAL
DELIVERY FLORIDA ..lctn* >r ""....* eel (Mblifl
.... .d .Urlvr wko p ar a tee
B... Delvtry Of STAMPS. October II. Ml .5 real rr ,...*l *'.**rty ru i\i if INDUSTRIAL
W.D.Morris .ltbt. said ...air shell" b* ..
..b.)**., titled I* vot* to (IM *lrll.. t; 1 *
Nt ,lie shhre$ ere iistrtt .11. REAL COMMERCIAL

......... and Death RoalTA TMEREFORK, NOTfCBIS ACREAGE
HBMXHV UIVEM that .4.f ,

...... tnvttotlM to ..ten> eel by vlrt** .f see In aowrdM '
All Sees with tile RENTALS
I I Jersey *d to ...... ow sorvioa I.tM. cc ,,t..I.\. held
Tder Its IM day *< l"evtor. :
..... T. OrderFroBs4
For .. A.II. 1141, ketwee Ik* A
I* Gram Cv netatty IwtIeeI bas ef T 'loek A kL *a4I
.. .'tlwk lip r. wllkl aldperlel t : TAR "W! HArt THE / 1VSSTIC
DE JYERT I FARM LOANS Tee lobed l>tatrt..t Ne.
HOME I I to he Modified er tk* elavtt.ataepeeter 70 YOU mw HOUl"TUVRSDAT.OCTOBER '
SERVICE l:1 I JOH 'S RADIO & TV eel elects. appaiaiedkr JU PEACE
: Its ('seal, C*B>.........,.. rtkt
-us- Iff Ik ( delermlalas'-
:i SM11MrrvvmiiB *
144-H4I or
,13 1 Oraag* at CALL SI W. WahLtL TOfBERDAIRT who .Ir.-Ibbsel TralM: osold f
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Grra Cov 9pft.t.PH01fTED I see l. 4sl.rmie. the ."..., of
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SIX Clay{ Eounty( Crescent THURSDAY; OCTOBER 1, INS


IJ M H..E & Penney Farms JIntlihttr I ; I Clay, County Servicemen H.E.L.P. On The Highway Can'Be Handy

MRS. HERBERT D. MYRB Phone 89.9111The (Continued Prom Page 2) week Mechanical Fundamentals

preacher at the Penney to their summer home at Lakeside Intimate dinner group which and urgently needed renova- School.

Memorial Church 11 o'clock after a three-week trip celebrated Mrs. George How- tion of the courthouse in the

I aervlce, next Sunday, will be to Canada. They traveled to ard's birthday last Saturday. County Court)IoUle.. Stephen J. Schuyler, USN

the Rev. F. Ollis, assisted by Quebec, around the Gaspe The Green Cove City Corn- son of, George S., Schuyler of

: the: Rev. John A. Swetnam Peninsula, through Nova Scotia, On Saturday afternoon at commission has been asked to Orange Park, has been graduated -

t The Rev. Lloyd Ferris will Prince Edward Island and 3:00 o'clock, in the Quad the authorize and pay for an arch- ,from the 8-day Recruit

lead the prayer meeting next Cape Breton Island and visit- Elton Stone Bird Club will itectural design for the construction School at Naval Air Station .

; Wednesday, at 7:30: o'clock. ed the Rev. and Mrs. ThomasS. meet. Some brief reports on of a new city pier 0 Brooklyn N., Y, ..

Mrs. B. H. Curtis will lead Cleaver at their home in summer activities will be giv and a master plan for the development The 85-day school held h ___ ,

the Intercessory prayer meeting East Northfleld, Mass en. Miss Maud Syvret win pre- of Spring Park . during stanmer month; to aa
tomorrow (Friday morning) In which we can all be proud.In accelerated reserve training -
sent the bird of the month. A
at 9:30: o'clock In the lecture There will be an important film on the John Pennecamp both Instances If w* are program for ,,Navy recruits.

room of the church.'The meeting of the Church BoardIn Coral Reef Park will be shown. to move forward In this direction During the 85-day program.

the lecture room next Mon ,' There will be a short dlscms- \ the County Commissionand they are Indoctrinated in all
executive committee of day evening at 7:30: o'clock. slon about the field trip fn the Green Cove City Commission phases of Navy life receiving '

the Women's Guild will meet November, at which we shan will need the support! a b.Mc knowledge of Naval or

,at the home of the president, It Is suggested that membersof be the hosts to the Duv I and present support, of every ganization customs and ceremony .r
Mrs. E. R. Wilson next Tuesday the community take a look County Audubon Society. one concerned for the orderly Robert D. Taylor etiquette and military
morning at 9.30: o'clock, and competently planned future drIlL DETROIT -- Plans U encourage MtaMtibaeat *f a nationwide,
The Women's Guild will meet at the fountain at the rear of of the county and Green Seaman Apprentice RobertD. communication. network to aid motorists la distress hart teen
o'clock he; Chapel.It Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rye of Taylor USCO, son 'of Mr. announced by the Automobile Manufacturer Association.
next Wednesday at 2'45: Cove Springs.I .
had been inactive and un- Pickford, Mich., spent the; and Mrs Harry C. Taylor of Sgt Phillip R. Holmes, whose The system to be know as H.E.LJV for Highway Emergency
Pease will give "Sidelight
Plan, for the use
believe then will be no Locating calls
Ameri- noticed for a longtime until week-end with their friend kflddleburg, bas completed base wife Virginia, lives in Orange radio
on Emily Dickinson, an )f Cltlsens- Band two-way
contention In to
argument with ethic attempting cover the
can poet now worlcMamotW Mrs. Thaeler, wife of our resident Mrs. larch: Ehllng. my training at the Coast Guard Park has been assigned to the equipment ta. private passenger nation' entire road s.stem
that the county courtroom ie
and acclaimed by critics as an physician, was seen kneel- Recruit Training: Center at U. S. Army, Vietnam as a can. AMA said. Government aseielea
outstanding poet of the cen- ing at Its side on various occasions The cafeteria was the setting certainly the meat beautiful Cape May.. N.; i I communications team chief. Motorists In need of aid would asked the Industry to aid 1* developing
public room In the county. Its make their needs knows en CD
fer a get-together of the Recruit'" irr taught military The 25-year-old soldier entered Channel Nine where It would be lmproved'ycte L
tury.Special music will be given It looked as if the were praying Camp Farthest Out prayer I proportions, Its high ceilings, drill, small boat handling, use the'Army: in June 1957, picked up by a round.the-clock A special AMA ef.n: jrlng
:Its windows all add up to a style task tore baa been weckiag for
last week, honoring thelirtrnfay of small arms,SintIKbt1ni. seamanship and was last stationed at Fort monitoring static wfthla the
group '
by Dr. A. David Thaeler, Jr., but on closer observation and atmosphere: of judicial 10 te 20 mile range of the equip. more than a year In eeapvaUoawlUt
of MIlS Maud Syvret. first aid and ,Coast Meade Md.METHODIST. radio
on his violin. It was seen that she was collecting grandeur one might expect but Sent Monitor would laelude leading
The annual fall tea will follow bits of broken Spanish The table was decorated wlttt does not often find In such a Guard ''history. Instruction Included volunteer. cltlsea teams policeigeacles. and voiaateer citisee groups.A .
the program tile and putting them together a spray of pink orchids and study' of atomic and road service stations number of volaatoe: groups
place. CHURCHHOMECOMING. and hospital are successfully operating smaller
emergency rooms
Today the fountain is repaired candles biological warfare and an introduction -
No one will argue, either I SET The AMA pointed out that programs la varlowa parts of
The Rev. and Mrs Clarence and contributes its Miss Stella Cass greeted the believe with the obvious fact to maritime law enforcement wed over two million piece the eonBtry. AHA said and
A Miller may have returnedto little spray of water to refresh group and Miss Ann Goodhafl FOR NEXT SUNDAY >f CB equipment already are In .,being urged to JoU HJS.L.P.
MHC before you read this the heat-exhausted wayfarer! mad a poem she had written the courtroom, M it is today, The Green Cove needs refurbishing. Indeed, I the
throughout MIfe&
witch both receive sad
Airman Apprentice James
news. Recently they returned It proudly displays In the surrounding especially for the occasion. that M. Methodist. Church will observe and I
think it Is disgraceful messages apvroxlmate- Transceivers presently areavallaMo
Jrozek HSIC.( son of Mr. and
tiles several scenes Two other guests, Mrs Anna Circuit Court judges and out- : Homecoming Sunday, .October 'y half' are in moor vehicles. I .. from radio supply
from the famous Spanish storyof lemnder and Mr. Marshall ifrs. Elmer J. Brosek of Orange Officials said the JIM :
the caJLbre .10. Speaker for, the Homecom grew shoes throughout the country so
lawyers of .
TRY A SMALL AD Don Quixote. Mertam, whose birthdays were of-county Park has been graduated from tag Service at 11.00: AJCwlll rat of a vo"lnw'.aee.. by that interested driven can be-
of William A. Hallowes, to
the same date, were acknowl the Aviation Machinist's Mate be the loveromeat agencies aa* high- gla wing them tsunedlately.Prlees .
take just one example, are Reclprocatilg School at the John H:. Rice pas ray safety grottps ever the lack vary depeavalng ea the
FOR Mrs Mabel Vermllya'sdaughter edged. Others present Included forced to expemxi their talentsIn tor of the First Methodist yt emergency _.aleaUou aaaiber et e....... Provided.aa4 .
.' Mrs.: Betty Chumley :Miss Alberta Black, BCsa shabby atmosphere.And Naval Air Technical Training Charch Naples, Florida Mr. facilities for 4erltU. They ap elal featarea t ...-ed.Overatloa .
of St. Petersburg, was on a Ann Ooodhall Miss RfldaWeirlnga dresseson Center Memphis, Ttan.: Rice served as pastor,of the printed ont that this lack willaeeome of ta* transceiver
women to rip their Prior to entrance to this even awe* apparent alee reqnlres merely.Urmlng on the
and Mrs Grace Parks
BIG RESULTS visit to the community was old seats. Green Cove Springs Methodist nation
the thorny expands eonstnctlo set twitching: to Channel Nine
able to be a part of a small and and Mr. Merlam.MHC's The' Cindy Commission II.It school two-week he graduated Aviation Familiari from the Church from 1949 k> 1953 wh.nbe it Its limited ..... pressing. a baths to talk and releasing .'
l-li&N:' ord was caned to 'serve aa an seeking a eertk to the It to thte*..
aa requiring sation School and the four- >roblm. r rtoe*' states tad Use of the equipment i lit' .-
tricycle population Army chaplain: the Korean
INCREASE FARM' PROFITS a larger and more commodtous during ,r>as' have ewerlateaud I with trolled by the rrienl Comannl.eatioas .
: explosion increased by four meeting place; and the ptofessionaUOMrawn conflict. C: tent or roads*** telephones, Conmlnto but ao epei
lest Saturday and another one plans for renovation Jirmoc WOMAN'S CLUB A covered. dish luncheon wine ' powered emergency signal .....'. licence Ie.aoedeeL Aa
Ii' due this week: for Mrs. Dan- HAS UCtniOM TO OPEN served at Spring Park, fol .,.110... .readetd radIO. trane- application foe the required station ..
the .would create
WITH A room sitters aa* reed r
emergency hence van for '
iel L. Snyder. The four recipients THE years
towing,,tb9 nwrplng/ aorta at taints.,
joa such a meeting room.Moreover : i .. eaa Neat to F.C.C. when>.
last Saturday Included the entire oommunty Th Green Cove Springs the church. .The public to Invited '.oca. .,....... while eesaaeadable. ...,. Is etwered. Lleeesee Me

Mrs. Frank M Grady, Mrs. en well use a pubUe meet-- Junior Woman'a Club opened . may sot be the MOM .,.. to non-oJtvns ever,the age
Irving W. Foster Miss Carrie wactlaal: er eeenasMcaHy fss* e/U years.
TERM ,LOAN Inc place. for,,In Green Cove, the new club year with a reception -
Marxer and Ifn. Herbert D. '
aside from a public school auditorium in the VUL building last
'to7yart Myers. The idea la new In the ' :GBOIB OH, TV, If anr. to Ue MU of MantUat
up or two and the meetin week, ....... name I. MU suit supy e f whte ie
community. Others are giving *; room of the Board of Public Mrs Donald Bofam, president. The Adult Choir.of.the First dsU..eeese rris herwttB. "aIS. .
serious consideration to es50tor.' A.D. IHi.WITNEM .
; ;. Instruction that* ,are none. pmldevUat.ttM business ses Methodist Church ui esthe IC Tull .n.. Hob Ytt sot er.'MnO ore
.. the group of, .happy, tricycle direction of Mrs. ,oeepb Mia- es- CLAY cellll'l'l'.J"-aD.A" ..at_ will IN .estaNeaquinet
1"1(; riders On all these J1OIQta.'Iathertha don She..welcomed,the.membert'and I an c.c: rae. ,.. for the resist ....,..,lilt ...
'..aaee ,. lam !tellrevw ,, County Oonmlasion la unanimous. visitors.and .lave a .. win appear oa the sJun- 'I ... vassaHTRTICC "' -
asaM ak tka lowest l4essL"TM' day 'lIefm e. 1 IIAJJ o SUIT
eaS'd .. .',Jt .f.on'.thi; ; method abort talk en the purpose of mooting .worship preajran, I'I&I8Uff.. 1
tbs MIIM ..
; A ;' barterOptometrist of tetttng.tha SOb done that the club, J and told of,plane for "Together 'IWe .Worshfr.. en ByOEOROB bsS sad the 5.51esr.n
pr. B. Timothy C CHAJTAUC
statte. tatatest MA, MM a WFGA-TV, Channel 12 at 10A.U. Mta. Iql ri.Its..
the eoning .
T"' ....... some disagreement appears- year,. JleftCII se srrr _
wRMPquS gp.mtwr! : to ass... v Mr*.'Jack -earn, first presJ-. THC BTATsI OF P'WRIDA--Ts' .t("IleAL 1>\ ) '. sass .

'ee)> -.&..>. AtsMgH "- '- : The building .' a .. courthouse MOs at tMetub. ; give. .a abort Rob MARTIN a. 'C CUAaTAIN Clmll: Co U.rt CAaUaLll- Cl.rk
eeafreiietlssi. .e Annewaees Mew Of flee Hears II last least ten years any. history ef the club.,* alDLOIJ.tR4P18'lt; Theaw.llle. Ooorals pr VlTl.ll N. Io,.,

I s -_ a Se .Mrs... 10.'m., The county this year win raise 1 jive i : following members 'win ANNCAl.HOMECOMINa' IOU a ARC en bas HBHCBT boos 1)14 NOTIFIEDUal aa.l.:.. BERWICK Dee.t' curk: 'ANOCRIKKf.
I. .... about $40,000 (through a levy be received into:the club atfed' ,.. <. the .k.*e .....tW e.... Attonwv ... PbdBtUtAMM ,
.,. .
a-'l BET NEXT SUNDAY and yen krk r* 1131 17 Orange FartFbenelM.Mll of one, mill',as a starter. But October meeting: Mesdames pane .>.. UlMirra. aU.r..r P.o. sot IIS
''hesttrM OredttIM ..Hwy. , court house Gary Spruce' Anna Shiloh BipUst Church. located .SUM ..... and ...>.. a,..arawrto Ore. Cove vnasm riorldal "
new .
Ifv' In adequate *. jrcur wrliua <.(*..... .- .-4t,BW
Tb! J Duncan Eugene DerlchsweUer about five miles south of
such as will accommodate those ,
[/I Edgeweef AIWNMJaekaravfOe ..,
I. .4VtI1Jo1o: : Eye BxamhMtlena, Contact I officials now In the annex will Max DIxon; Anne Jackson'and Green Coveon:;H1rbWQ ,.1'7.

Mate Mraet, FalalkaslaUIIMi ......, OtwaeeSTOP lost on the order of $800,000 Mist Lyneet Roddy. The date will observeIts, annual homecoming ; .

' TeL BY 4-1MI t,. or more and that will not be of the next meeting to Tuesday celebration. .' next Sun Don Poofe-' .

raised In Jell than a decade. October. 19:at the V JA day., :

Ifbe renovation ofbe building. Rev. Weldon Johnson pastor, ; ... ._ .JtIM 1dt1lINRlt ,

courtroom to now bollixed by Hostesses for the evening will preach at the regular 11:00: e> ii _"" fOw I'
HIGHWAY SLAUGHTERaiPttiL } amateurs we dull regret It were Mesdames Fred Andrews am. service which win be followed -

I : for more than a decade for we and Vance PowelL Mrs. Alex with a picnic dinner on 0.s. MAtte i.o .yp Op

"T" will have destroyed our single! Pupkln, president of the .Village the church grounds There will p.-a-<: w11Ys9Gee

a'k xS public and visible link with our Improvement Association be congregational singing following ... Iaet..i Ne oA _.. teaO19 wit1tN
I II and sponsor of the Juniors, the
-- *'' *" own put Homecoming dinner Opt 1sTlslfO00T
t was the special guest at this In connection with which
I =
As to the city pier. I think / .
It will do us no credit and we meeting. special quartets are expected
V .. .. ..
shall live to regret It, to intrude -

., Into the St. Johns River
another planked catwalk. And

to have anything else to have
anything we can brag about nd',

: and show to our visitors, it la .

going to take the skilled trainIng t .

architect .
professional - -
of a pI -

.. and they like to eat, too.

The County Commission wW CHURCH I SERVK"ES:
ponder these matters at 9

o'clock It would next do Monday us all morning credit If .

VOTE H */ &I !IMS Village members Improvement of the Green Association Cove- AtTheChiireh -

rI the Jayceee the Clay

County Agricultural Association r

,, and any other interested cltl- .,
CHANGE THIS ,, sera made It a point to interest '

themselves and speak up on the t | off Your l Ckiice: . :: .
planning of our'.future buildings -

parka;plees,** any other .

matter that wti ,,eUrecUy affect .
.> the appearanoa of'the commu : This .
nity.POMY1, .. : SundayThis ,;1tt. e

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II'j *. .' '

j V '' led tmniiirf. .rt .i'

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Two out ef throe+ traffic, Occident. '!_end 1V : el four traffic eW. -occur on twe-le,.. BIN UA6AVIN65BONDSTO v Wi,,:t "t., i. .

11 roach tort Memorial Day weekend., 474 Aml."I"; Ie traffic accident Alt but 12 el thoie deaths .. '
were on two-lone. roods Mod., four.lane highway dro.lkolly roduca _I......, Injury and! death. ivies UNDERWWTHYfcUR .'''''i ' i .0\\"
and. remit In lower Inturanco ivies Yet 43 percent of' florid' 'I primary highway lytfem Is cUailfled. ao : !" lA, _
",..,""critical"\ by engineer. The$300 million Highway Improvement Amendment provide!the moonifar COUNTRY* '
contracting. 1241 mites el sew four-lone major issue Im-...... Prelect were selected on the '. ifl .t : WaJ' :
: Lads of traffic volume, safety boards, condition of praioM facility I ,Ofoo economic conudoretloil' end -." : 'v.
ether sufficiency rallngi:proscribed I 'by: the florid Highway Coda. *rvl.!o* Is Included for the e>ee t* ,.\ 1, ; " , ; ;54
I' .oti* eountloi In buying righli.ef-way en a JO-SO bsds.Oe.thhd.1It.rfght.ol-way hoi alroady boo .
ptffcheiod.' Merlda'l tromondoui traffic growth Met outrun the poy-..-vu4ulld policy.Th.1f6S........ '4j 1 6 .1J ; .1'. t.rlw: "...... ..
LoeUMure voted overwhelmingly In favor el this emergency. ".. You con euuro Cterido of *. -it. .
oJ.yete.primary highway system new by val.nj/ fer. Amendment. e* .November 21M!., .. : ." "

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Around and About I M raoucs PLANNINGThe GROUT Murray Trims Dunbar After Hard I

As A Matter Of 'FactArts -By neon SMITH r Committee Oreen Cove and Family families. frolics met I Battle And Scoreless First HalfBy

It lathe summer of 1936 andI Saturday night at Spring Park. I II
stationed I Thomas lloians | sped! 28 yards to pay dirt and for the Panthers, Vandy John
am an old I
rust bucket which goes by the The 19 '*. ( lion was discussed ter Field the Dunbar Panthers For most of the period, Mur- I those. who shone the
Festival Eight opened yesterday in the Jacksonnlle name of "Gold Star".
were made to bring the program .
I I and the Bulldogs of Murray I ray dominated the play, but brightest.
Civic Ai close as I can figure, the ; '
Auditorium offering performances and exhibits of the family frolics before -
(1 High School hooked up In what just seconds before the fourth I I Flay after play found these
"Gold Star" to about the most
any and nightly through Sunday' to the general) public mis-named ship in the whole 'r } the public (See Letter to'I w.i a thrilling contest. quarter. Robert Smith, the two linemen wrapped around

ree i of charge. United States Navy or maybeall the Editor), I I It was the consensus that I Panthers' runner, circled left I the legs of the Murray High
I Members of the board will the hard biting Bulldogs would, end and sheer and determination backs Freddie
This yew the emphasis on drama; and Hans Conreld the navies in the world. In on guts I Solomon Hub
noted fact meet In February to discuss crush the Panthers, but, Dun- : squirmed and ert Artls, Mitchell Basklni,
theatre the
radio, movie and television personality, will only names I ever I '
hear her ideas on the program; then an bar evidently hadn't heard or I twisted his way 80 yards for a Danny Dunston. Patrick.Tulea. ,-
I appear Saturday with the Oala Theater Showcase Ensemble,' by crew advisory' committee consisting read I touchdown Now Dunbar trailed Larry Wolfe, and Milton
|In a program of selected readings. Mr. Conreld appearance uses are names in public no or gentleman even in ever private of George Turner of Climate !I The first half was scoreless' '-8. Reese also played extremely

I was arranged by the non-profit' American.National Theate unless he wishes to brush Conditioning Jack Oarrard of and both teams, amid a rousing About mld-way through the well.
j ,* Academy his teeth again. Burlington Mills'' and Eugene ovation, went Into the dressing fourth quarter, Murray took to And the brightest star of all,

The ,Jacksonville> Council of-thi Arts, whVh sponsors Anyway, it II on the "Gold leet, I arrived at, the conclusion Derlthsweller of Jobn -Man. room to make adjustments for the air and scored on a 28yardpass. of course, was Robert Smith
vllle, will meet to formulate the second half. The Panthers finally bow- who rushed 128 This
these that either method would
annual Art Festivals,..conduct. a,southeastern art Star" I get my first lesson In '
competition. John L Baur, associate director, Whitney Psychology and my teacher is have impressed tee favorably working plans for, the future. In the third period, the Bulldogs ed by a 1J-8 score but time after humble and modest lad is an
In ) struck with a vengeance time, Dunbar resorted to amazing and ,has,the
Museum of American Art New York, selected the 40 finaliits none other than "Ox Belser," those tender years.. runner
Results are really what count and on the fourth play from their multiple offense to pull speed agility, power and elusIveness .
whose works are being exhibited during the Festival a Bosn's Mate first class who Say You Read It in
The winning selections in the poetry contest, sponsored to known from Cheefoo, Chinato and shoes are cheaper than scrimmage their left half bolt- off a ground consuming play.There to rank among the fin*
the Jacksonville by ,Vladivostok Russia steak.* TIlE CRESCENT ed off his own right tackle and were stars galore and eat ball carriers In the State. '
Council of the Arts, are also exhibited as a
Fred B. Kobe] is president of the Jacksonville Council man who gets {pUngi done his
of the Arts, and Mrs Stanton Hudmon, Jr.. Is chairman way at the time he wishes them
of the Festival done

-*-. be Ox to hoisting says to me in one a boat day, would when ''

,Consumption of Portland cements in Florida moved upward I please move as I am In the NOWI I 66 CHEVROLETS -JI
<4< per cent last year, slightly'under the national rate way of his signals to the winch-
of increase, the Florida State Chamber of Commerce stated man.To ten the truth, Ox call
in its Weekly Business Review released this week. me a personality of questionable .,' ," hwa

BeUweather of the construction industry, cement use in parentage and says if I / J- r
Florida last year wu the largest on record but the Increase do not remove myself immed . ;,:-i'i!. 1r. f
over the previous year was disappointing This record vol. lately, he will kick the seat of ','lit" ''I"' .
time of cements used in the state included those made in the my pants right up around my .
state and other states, reaching a total of 1I.03S.OOO barrels. neck and hang me to the yardarm -
Special cements with early hardening qualities, totaling with my own belt.
,817,000 barrels, are Included. Naturally, I am f>shocked
"Prepared and no little Irritated by the
masonry used in Florida especially)
in residential construction rough manner In which Ox
moved upward S per cent to
reach 1.2 million barrels last addresses me and tell him so
rear This type cement to in
.addition to the large volume of regular cements Wen, all of us make mistakes
now and then and :I
"Importations Into Florida, of foreign-made cements
made mine then.
have come in recent years principally from Belgium, Colombia .
The next thing I know, ;I
Sweden and Japan. Last year the total brought into
piled into with a
am a comer
the 1963.state came to '...000 barrels, a gain of 11 per cent over knot on my head the SUM of Cpl o C is Coupe I

a golf ball and Ox lays a Dumber
"-Beginning late last year, Import from cement facilities twelve shoe right down the .smooth and pin-drop quiet Turbo-Jet
In the Bahamas have skyrocketed.Through May, INS, the middle of my face as I toy flat NEW; BY CHEVROLET V8.nglnllthat go all the way up to 42 5,,
quantity Imported Into Florida from all countries\ was six on my back and says do I wishto I hp.Shimmering new Interior The lookCustom
times the comparable 1M4 figurer Imports from the Bahamas pursue the matter further CAPRICE Coup, Sedan and two tuxu of hand-rubbed walnut trim. Elegant.

dominated all otters"An Of course we all know thata rioui new Custom Wiaon now. Liquid everywhere.Made by Chevrolet you)

brilliant\ retreat Is something smooth ride.Poweryou can order juiti$ know what, beautiful value It mutt be
of a victory, all things
. increased
need for college-trained accountants has war
considered so I tell Ox the
opened .
numerous career employment opportunities at Tallahassee
matter Is closed far as I am
in state agencies served by the Florida Merit System as a
concerned: and If he will not
to Its
according director Gerald L. Howell
stomp my teeth In, X,will not
Pour levels of governmental accounting positions, char obstruct his view ever again.
acterised by Advancing amounts of experience and salaried In fact I even offer to get
"from $430 to $840 month listed In NEW CHEVROLET
per are statewide competitive myself another ocean U he will ,
examinations set for Nov t. not lean his two hundred and 0 ly'w1"t w
jBy taking fun advantage of the 14 .test'centers located. ... **'* .'
sixty pounds any further In my I It. ,j M4V....*J
throughout Florida, qualified accountants need never travel direction. A
'more than 10 miles from their home to'take a tart which Well, you can'sImghe bow ______ r *" *nM
will enable them to be certified Wan agency for employment sstontohed'X am to find out :
consideration. Interviews and placement follow. some years later while readinga .r : 31jFaTP1! !!?*'"usj **"J SMOOTHER
Ii* . "fT! y
Information detailing the duties, salary ranges, and book of Psychology by MrPriederlch l
minimum admission requirements for Accountant I through : Nietzsche: how wrong* i?!
IV to available at every Florida State Employment: Service, Ox Belser approached our particular ' We've again special/! tailored those coil

,.' Office, along with application blanks, which: should be submitted situation springs at every wheel to each body style.
with a transcript of college training no later than According to Mr. N. Ox We've put In new softer shock absorbers. No
Oct. 20. should have talked to me in Chevrolet has ever had a ride like this.

Application blanks and examination Information may soft soothing tones, put his sjSMtojfe1 t M eF. Power begins with a thrifty Six at 165 hp.
also be obtained directly: from the Florida Merit System arm around my shoulders and if and goes on from there. Turbo-Jet V8's
Carlton Bid,, Tallahasiee waiUed me down to the galleyfor >N available at 325 hp, 390 hp and 425 hp In
steak cooked to taste
'k Then a says Mr. Nietzsche X all the new Impalas, Del Airs and Olscaynes.

A new law provides for cost-of living increase in monthly would have learned the error Modal howru: Impala Super Sport Coup

rates of subsistence allowance paid to disabled veterans pursuing of my ways and would have
Veterans Administration Vocational Rehabilitation promptly! been motivated In the

training, u follows: For fulltime Institutional training, a right direction.
veteran with no dependents win receive: $11000 per month; After making a careful analysis
- one dependent $150.00 per month; two or more dependents of the different methods "a
$17500 per month. For institutional on-the-farm apprentice employed by these two gentlemen NEW CHEVELLE '
or other on-the-job training $95.00 with no dependents so far removed from one ,
; $125.00 for self and one dependent; $15000 for two another In the world of Intel-
or more dependents. SUPER SPORT 396New300's.Nevr3000eluxemodelsNewMsfibus.Andtwo\\

DIxon said that this will be an automatic Increase to Say You Read It (in

all eligible veterans, however, for further Information, veterans TUB CRESCENT
should contact: their local Veteran County Service Of.
ficer. 81TOSCRIBK; NOW I new Super Sport 390'*-coupe and convertible-with en*

----- gins that ten you exacthwhat kind of Cheveltot they are.
Doth are available with 396-cu.-Turbo.Jtt V8's. either

325 hp Of,360 tip. And both come with special hood

giJltau.ptnsJon. emblem, red stripe tire, floor-mounted
jp Complete Beauty shaft Twelve beautiful new Che ells In ell-and all as CbevrrllSupMSporfJlOCoupe

new Inside a* they are outside, headlamps to taiUlghts.

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TIE ffiiy WIST Nis ALL NEW '

HAIR STYUNG FNSTIW 1 If s so different we should realty e.1l1t IN Chevy DL Roofs are swept Soil America's only rur-engire car, And with the special
, way back on coupes. ftnd< new on ad seven models. Interiors are richer. Power available/ up to e way to rid yourself of prematurely gray driving Lots new
TIPPING , STREAKING[ 350-hp Turbo-Fke V8. You can even order heedrwtt for the front seats Corsair like all 11tIt 66 Chevrolet, has a padded dash.

and Mag-stylI wheel covers.What's the economical, dependable Chevy seat belts front and back, new fully' synchronized: 3ipeedCorsas.
We Speeder* Y Ike BUT rwaatarateOfs II coming tot A lot of smart 66 car buyer, we, $gvt" Moruas. COO'S. Get one Stay young.
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I' The 83 tightly-printed page; Plymouth Rock, America I grew
of exemptions, are, all of them, I great and strong as an "agra GCS Teen Center fj *"
aimed, it would seem, at Ed- clan nation," "the best per- Ox6 r rt'S' A GlKCAf pJG illlf H6AV MrttY
low, the fugitive sons" grew in the open air and
The desperate plight of Ed ate and slept with the earth ANNIVERSARY li
low's family goes on, across the But in the South a great sore
face of the nation, day after grew, fed by Yankee shippers a t
day. Who can complain There (not a few of whom were
is no union leader to stand up caught In the act and enslavedby ,
t to a senator. Only a bunch of those they would have sold a few ///hit 'of
little men, huddled here and in Southern markets). a
there In squalid shacks. Here When the sore was bandaged
today, gone tomorrow, by the Emancipation Procla- our best friends.
As with their economic kind matloi, vast plaltatlons over .
Sir'I the world over, the Edlows the Deep South were left
seem to specialize in procreation with only a landowner, wondering
so a $50 paycheck at the how they might be used JIlIILIIi ESPECIALLY YOU !
end of the week does not go far And then another sore grew up,
towards much more than rent the share-cropper.
(sometimes deducted from Today his grandson Is calledan
wages) and the vittles sought "agricultural employe." His FOR A WIDE CHOICE

and begged, and sometimes refused Image has not been Improvedby A teeD age dream In Green COT Springs... tree with i| OF WONDERFUL GIFTSl
at a store occupying a the squalid humans shuttled the opening of the Teen Center oa Oakridge Avenue. This We certainly want you to share in our happy Celebration.
position closely akin to a "com- back and forth from the !
dream has been realised threvgh the efforts of Mr. aad Mrs.
pany store," with Informationand Caribbean, at need, to harvest Lon Caster Mrs Jean Spearman, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Par.dahn What would an anniversary be without the

checks between passed back employerand and tobacco in Connecticut or ap- aO of whom spearheaded the project and who have i PLJUD'SUMPS people who helped make it possible So come In often
forth freely ples In Virginia much as one been aided by many Interested parents and "rands.Sheriff's .
; creditor.In might milk a cow and, when during this special event The values throughout the
two hundred and fifty she was dry, herd her ,back I
years after Jamestown and whence she came. Nor by" the store will make it worth your while especially AAPa

Okies made famous by John Hat I own brands.
Steinbeck In "The Grapes of
a \ COTNEY Congress Wrath." Nor, indeed, by the Off To DavisFred i1ti1 rFYii.::

The oldest of the Edlow boys "lvro. GIIT"' HEAVY WESTERN BEET
StII"- ( TIRE keeps working He plays hookey
check to Lane In Jacksonville
from Sunday School to feed
/ his brothers. But his paycheck the following morning. Roastnrn
Chuck 480
SERVICE In checking the title of the ;
; won't buy many shoes, and car with California authorities
without shoes he and his
later that Mr. Davis discovered
Car Park King Jacksonville brothers and sisters will surely' day SUPEB-BIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
the clear but
car was
quit school, even If the lunch I
Phones EV -10ZT or EV 4-MI1 that Lane, according to the
there may be had for the ask
I I tug Sheriff, was wanted back home Rib Steak 99e
for the theft of 9000. LB.
When he quits, there's a job Mr. Davis thereupon notified
I TIREE"From somewhere as an "agricultural the Sheriff who in turn "SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN.BONELESS
worker," and In the Immutable confirmed the facts with law
workings of destiny he will, one enforcement authorities Cal-
\ day, look back on his father's Davis, president of Fred ifornia and notified the FBI In Beef Stew 69c
the smallest to the LARGEST! flight as an example Davis Bulck-Pontlac. Inc., was Jacksonville.Lane LB.

Dlatributor Miller Tires Autolite Batteries I credited by Sheriff Jennings is now in the Duval
SAM SAUNDERSON Murrhee this week with the County Jail awaiting extradition -Ssver-Blght- Freshly.
RK-CAPPINa: RETREADXNaREPAHUNO apprehension of a man said tobe to California.
: THE MOVE > wanted ini.I California for "The quick thinking of Mr. + P Former .State Rep.; S. D. grand theft.According. Davis In notifying authorities," * Swirl STWSI I $1a
-an4in- Saunders Is filling a busy sche- to the Sheriff, Sheriff Murrhee said, "was the BROOMS, .w* ? stile \ "Sipor. ....." Floe Quality
ORANGE PARK dule explaining to municipal, James Lane of California key factor In his arrest. If all CraBM Jxe tktv Oct. 10
county and civic groups throughout went to the Bulck-PontUc agency citizens would act In this way - RIB RQAST thb99
Sinclair Station Road Service [ north Florida the uses In Green Cove and offered Instead of waiting or not wishIng I ._ i I
to which the $300 million road his 1965 Buick for sale toW to Involve themselves, our ....bern Star' Boneless Ce.kodI
IK V. 8.: Highway 17 Phone SM-4U1 bond Issue will be put if It Is : Davis, who agreed to purchase Job would be easier In capturing "

passed on Nov. 2. ,the car and deliver a law breakers l I I Ltttl wsw* Iaa00wa.k* >'.. STAr/S 'CANNED HAMS 5" $4.39

ti Isis "Super BightAH Jh.. BUsdeM. .

1..e 1wr."wJAx o io0ostani .'u 1 FRANKS i i i I'I J 1 IJL 1tG. 59f

I The Giant-Killer Rides Again 50 EXTRA PlAID

Special gale! Mild A Mellow Eight O'Ckck

( Tail, SMr ,...
I CBI.*B O-OB4 tkra Orl. 10 SfAMnCOFFEE

I'r: ; American Motors ,Challenges the "Big 3" 1j!w. i\\ IO-O-BS

: of Defro/f-lV/rt/ / 4'New lines of '66 ; &> 5O EXTRA P1A10 MA '

.. ,. 65c 1.89GrHD
ft Cars that Give, the Public What it Wants.; I KIRAK JvkBMB'B, e.N.K., II KltUrI .B a5A 0t S1Arrs

B.M tool tkfB OH. 10
Last time it was size.This time? Quality! Quality that's Mil in-not L eea J.esrrr..eo..a.(x e.-s-.s .., Giant,Sliced 1*Lb. Cam

added on.The promise: more built-in quality features at no extra price. F"
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SSS _____________________S I Remember when American Motors came SS .,, PLAio ,
out with the trim little Rambler and s tiiK w,A;'r, S1Ar/3 AP Grade 'A' Cream Style 1-Lb. Cans
,,,,,, knocked the Detroit "OlanU" on their (
( \ "' I collective ear? Overnight,big floe and fat c? I tBIBBB BIMHl tkrB Ort. 10JtX GOLDEN CORN 6'89f
); / a (land yachts went out of style American IB-S-4S I
t v Motors came along with the right ears at I Sultana Brand j-Lb., !-Oa. Can

/ \, ,/. .- ...? ........ .I therighttimeandcsughtthecnmpetitlon napping.This yew, almost 11411 the automobiles s ,w I T4 EXTRA PORK & BEANS ;'25c
flout:new razzle-dazzle Rambler.( Outperforms every other ear In Its elans(with stand sold are Ramblftr-sise carat PLAID I ,
t ard engine!1). "u Rogues really come with rally stripes"No,but with the big new Round one lo the ""Glant-Kllk."What A. .,.. Tkko..e STAMPS Mel-O-Bit Amerleaa, Pimento or Swbo
engine they drive that way"'6B Rambler American Rogue here October 7th. next'For(6,American Motors again iris ii.hoe.., ass
. . . Ike Jump on the bill boys with a new rail,. MKT N WMtm M MM M UHTf. Only one C..5.. r..I ..ana a.. t. SLICED CHEESE
A .Y .aer'IQuaUI,1 i hew kind of quiet quality "Big a" ear (and Americas Motors)offer Jex e.eeseaas..s. I TBIO'fifSo ,
Shills built la standard a Mfely package wiifc a Double-Safely ...
l' as equipment oa
.. t (( every car I.lie\\I net. brake system at so oiba tout t Cadillac.SOS.TX > Fresh! .. DeUclovs Jam Parker Pinemppb or
I e ,-'; This Is the American Motors credo. '."- $.;E. urn
T''a I QHoiifylAoT'iftMilf( m-xol added on.Ftnt( PEACH PIES I 39 f
determine what has to go into a ear to ,
w. we.r.w-
mike stronger,safer,more dependable,
> more luxurious.Then put it lAm,Regardless VAVlLlX rT"lMM... ..
1 of(test Build It In. CBBBB* tw.a..0.a.
: ; Ready lo be convinced Ready lo bo SUN
.' prisedlUterklllsppfrapverMwetlNleskehdkagera. 1...... )*.S OBB OO

4, New ears.New namoa.Tbsa .
BXTMAM Faocy Crisp B4 De.....
ww'' ''fot>$ admire tM./ytlag.rthae eirlting Y s
'1Ot $dls' tr\aa4're'' i now tar. When yen ban tabbed. pteaso I wtt..D
.. z gel oa your horse and go to the friendtrClaatKUIer I rr.wn I p I 4UMU035i <
sjanurr q asmt m mfsosuaci.Big
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>, \a x la your town, yow AsMrkMMotorsRsMbler .. .
a: Dealer. .ataadar4.IIIs.tJ..I.- ,.rr Bas r... set U. N. a Festers:
,t" ''it 1 a ". ....... Ike-floor. Two eatusstkexis.. .available.. i (
L It !Off a ." ,' __.._...."......_ lo baadb. the ears of gear sobuba.or . \ \ ... ... New WHITE POTATOES 10 ..... 39
f +'." *
,t ....:llew"J,_mJ Rambler.0...'&.....,,..,.tyleotyawrlegeerysrMlb. 'TrPUMIIUTNAIOAYNIUTISNtNMwA61erlcanMetoft'geulee

j ...yow.SH,.etbe the 'II Rambler.Think. you Classic know Rebel a. yew. whea friendly you. ,GbaUUDer's,see. eta?Think.,0ct.IItIt agabi leek 711. "Ito'Ml lrtffltt,_. Kttt. ,:.",',.. ,..... .S9tsM"CtS-TVOcti.r. . nfcWHUH ' t-AtD KITH STASH: Fresh Finn B4BO tA/
I I Wftk tBO HUBBIBO .. ,/; 12t

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0, 't" .!. '/ i-.<(>., .''> ' .,', N t"t.'f.J 1\\.;, \ .. . LADDER ,,.. N.. liars 0. lleell
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-M by American Motors./ Full-also,famlly-siM sports(Whack sesis t-la rem. Mssmaioa sn hy Ajsorlcasi M.. ..New yew CM ban yew fret.Mary ear while $10.98 2' 25;.. PeT Torma ox1ATAWAT !
fete (Even with bucket .alll.( File down the front and rear armrests and lora yow ,..',. Hill ycm ea uh lo enjoy Ik ColUariai Mats Hko (trial, pMbbJUferj\ EABLTIt
v i Msrlta.. Into s 2+LIon'Iml..hatyourfriendly) GUnl-Klllrr's on October 7th. brakes like('dllhePrice T Uko,......Fury.Gala,,'0*suro to MII Ortobtr 7th. it .
your III.rtbdq in October, dool
SEE YOUR FRIENDLY GIANT-KILLER,YOUR AMERICAN MOTORS/RAMBLER DEALER ,. a' forget to rMV JOG! 'Wvtr's Bcoos*. Ill K.Osage&..... Oteua One drags sad

: .sS\ MOTORS Inc. ApTood Stores ala ..,. 17.0iruc'I Part

1 AvenueBESELER Fakes ha this &61..o4 Ibis .....,.. OeC.l1r

'"Jf 29.. Orange. '' Green Cove Springs, Fla.

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I 1966 Valiant Has Lower Wide:; Look I able"During value the 198S calendar

The Great New CarsThe year, we shall sell more than
400 new cars," Mr. Revel declared

. adding "our goal for
;. 1988 is to top 600",
j ,. ,., new 1988 can are here... stances prices are about the resemble the full-sized Pontiac steck-car racing circuit last J P. Revels, president of J.

or bn the way same as they were last year this year. The full-sUe car year, appears as a high-per p, Revels Ford Motorama, said
And Oreen Cove' five auto with a small drop due to the changes are limited to new formance option this year in that public acceptance of the

agencies were unanimous In repeal of the three per cent excise hooda, grills, bumpers and dash. Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth. new Ford line wu "beyond our
their feeling this week that another tax. Comment at dealer showIngs The company says the 425- wildest hopes.*.

banner auto sales year it In both instances, design is he said, indicate an out horsepower, hemispherical Ford, "air lane and Comet all
I ahead. not appreciably altered from standing response to the new combustion chamber power feature the new fender u part
j'. Last year's statistics, and last year. In the Ramblers, alterations lines plant I is tuned for "normal" of a trend away from the
those for the coming year In are limited mainly Clayton Revels, president of driving.Mr. sharply squared lines of recent
the auto Industry are (taggerIng. to roofllnes, interior and trim. Clayton Revels Chrysler-Ply Revels said his firm years; of the company's
Nine million can old with Fred Davis, president of Fred mouth, Inc. said the 1988 showed better than a hundredper major lines, only Mercury keeps
one maker rolling up profit Davis Bulck-Pontiac, la due to Chrysler lines offer very Utle cent Increase in sales durIng the straight-line, flow-through
of $2 billion for the year put his Pontlae line on display change mainly because: of the 1883 over the im model approach. Like Its competitors

Oreen Cove dealer last year today The Bidets will go on tremendous success of the 1989 ,year, for the highest percentage Ford keeps on expanding its
y averaged close to a car a day display a week from today. He models sales Increase In the "compact" cars.
between the five of them expects to receive 50 new can Most Chrysler cars this year, Jacksonville region, which includes Mustang Itself Is all but unchanged
Richard Dueler, president this month. Prices in path lines he said, have Integrally moun- Georgia and Florida. with only a new
' t'1''''' ( of Beseler Motors (Rambler he said:this week; are a ted interior door handles just As a result, he was one of 23 grille, side-scoop ornament,
'.. ; -.. : 11: :. .__ joI.' : American and Dodge) said he shade under last years prices forward of the arm rests,'mat dealers In the United States wheel coven and gas-filler cap.

New styling changes create' a wider, Signet and Includes' two. and four-door expect a banner year.. With his and more than that if the excise ing accidental: openings ,very who in September were specially Besides costing very little, this

lower-looking Plymouth Valiant for' 1968. sedans, two-door hardtops convertibles, new Dodges already in, he la tax is taken off. nearly impossible. Plymouth cited by the Chrysler Cor- parsimony allowed Ford to
looking for his American Mot- Famlly-slMd Pontlacs, Tempest offers a, special telescoping, poittloa His prise was his maintain production without
There is hood new front' fenders and .
a new four-door, two-Mat station wagons.Valiant's
ors models (stalled by a three- Le Mina and QTO all tilting steering wheel.The King choice of a trip abroad or merchandise a pause a useful idea, since!
roof and deck and lower traditional circular-shaped Instrument
rear upper week strike today. In both In have redesigned fenders ands Kong engine, which swept the selections of compar (Continued On Page Ten)
panels on all 14 models of the 106-Inch panel has been replaced by a

wheelbase Valiant. This marks the sixth rectangular-shaped cluster of gauges, and
model year 'of the Plymouth Valiant as the longer console for Signet models is'

an entry in the compact field. A complete completely new. ,The 1966 Valiant is
line of 6- and l-cylinder models is available offered 17 different: solid exterior colors

In three serles-V-100, V-200 and I Shown is the Signet two-door hardtop. Clay County Crescent:

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s kw.-'R Jt '.1......v1.b p7Mr9a q M If Maa. eM'' am which bas become a symbol of Pontlae's pots and prestige. Mew color and lot ertors, distinctive ornamentation along with a complete selection ol faith- ...performanea .
.....ed raiwsN6 Mib.Jeat I ......... .... ........ .,........ Y-l eotaWIn1l. optIoaalUdebe cat ln. one .f the Industry lug eat selling models
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sTtlCK WILDCAT Bulck's new Wildcat series combines new styling with Improved performance and better. handling. With a wheelbase of lit Inches, the*
Wildcat Is powered by Bulck's 401 ruble loch engine The Wildcat Is available for the tint time u a Oran Sport with a 435 cubic Inch V-l engine In convertibleaai
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.Lj TEN (May( Q Count Crescent! THCKSDAT, OCTOBER 7, J98I

j 4 11966 Chrysler Is New Front To Rears I GREAT NEW CARS r GCS Car DealersFred "Who His OWN SELF bare OUR sins in HIS own bodyon -
(Continued From Page Nine) Join the tree, that WE, being dead to sins, should live unto
the righteousness: by whose stripes YE WERE HEALED: _
: company li selling Mustangs .
s 4t; -.' > 'T' < '' 1 Peter 2:24.
: literally
; as fast it
I 1'1.>' .< '". t can turn them Jesus had to die. He had to shed HIS BLOOD.
out. And to
I 't the flesh IS IN THE BLOOD."
horn in on the Mustang popularity "For the LIFE Le.
Falcon this year frankly viticus 17.11."Without: .
I I copies Mustang1 long hood and Y the SHEDDING' OP BLOOD there is no re-
Hebrews 9 22.
short mission :
rear deck.
; J I Ford has also plunged delightedly Now we cannot understand how our sin.was laid upon Jesus
but Ood says In HIS WORD that It was SO YOUR SIN
-, Into the' gimmick
1 ,' arena. Thunderbird, with styling friend, was laid UPON JESUS and HE!: DIED IN YOUR PLACE
It is true. God cannot lie.
changes largely limited to
the grille, offers a new highway The Phlllpplan Jailor asked Paul and Silas: "What must I
DO to be SAVED?"
pilot control built into
I the steering wheel:. the driver 'And they sali: BELIEVE on the Lord Jesus Christ, and
can maintain THOU SHALT BE WAVED, and thy house" Acts 18:31,
,9 desired
any cruising
t tI Simply believe on Him as the one who bore YOUR SIN DIEDin
ai I speed merely by touching p
a speed-set" button. He can YOUR PLACE, was buried and was raised for YOUR. JUSTI.
FICATION. Now call Him.
slow without
braking by using
a "retard" button, then returnto Davis Buick: -Pontiae, Inc., and Sprint Motors last "For WHOSOEVER shall call upon the name of the Lord
the set speed with a "re week announced additions to the sales staffs Hal McKee (IL) SHALL BE SAVED." Romans 1013.:
sume" button. has joined the staff of Fred Davis and Carl ("Red") Owen The first prayer for a SINNER to pray is given in Luke 18:13:
.,. _
_,_ ,_
!! has joined Motors be merciful ME A SINNER." Now
Spring tales Is "Ood TO
Q I. Roberta at manater. McKee: who you are a sinner
president of
from>. front Chlyslercars.l* r196g..are..ri W above has'a new roof line with a restyledrear Roberts Chevrolet, Inc., (Chevrolet vice president of the Green Cove Jaycees has become a and surely you are sorry because of It. Right NOW, wherever
to rear with more-powerful window popular car salesman In Green Cove in lift heart to God In It does
a new hood, new front Oldsmobile), said prices the pact two years. you are, your prayer not take a
engine options, new"" interior seating bumper and wrap-around taillights. Stand. on his cars are slightly Owens, a native of Arkansas, It a veteran of U years in the long, loud prayer, for Ood is ANXIOUS to save you. Just say
:arrangements and "equipment ,options. ard engines range from the 383-cubic inch lower, with more standard Navy lie lives now In Oh Ood, I am a sinner, I am sorry, I repent have MERCY upon
There is a stronger separate styling iden V-8 using regular fuel in the Newport and equipment on them. I JuklOnYlUe.'j'j me, and SAVE me for Jesus' sake Now just take HIM at His

tity for the four series which make up Town and Country cars to the 440 cubic The Chevrolet line: Impala, Word,
)he Chrysler line the luxury New inch V-8 with a four-barrel carburetor in Chevelle, Chevy II and Corvair ( ) I I "For WHOSOEVER, that includes YOU) shall call upon
Yorkers, the sporty 300s, the economical the New Yorker New are now In stock, The Oldsmobile IN MEMORIAMFLOYD the name of the Lord SHALL BE SAVED, (SHALL BE, not
,Newports and the new Town and Country and features include equipment front options wheel line is due In a week. E. ROBERTS might or can but SHALL BE SAVED." Romans 10:13,
series of station power Both Roberts and his sales IIU.UIS Just take God at His WORD. When you have done what He
wagons, Most changed in disc brakes .
an adjustable tilting and telescoping
for manager, William H. In Memory of Floyd E. Roberts born has asked, CLAIM SALVATION BY FAITH, according to HIS
appearance 1966 is the distinctive 300 steering wheel and Ferguson December 10, 1929 In
(series._The_300 two-door hardtop shown Inside door handles. safety-type jl said they are looking for Clay County; died September 24,1985, aged 35 years. WORD BELIEVE AND THOU SHALT BE SAVED. No Churchno

===-., -,-----_ ward to "another _treat n__ .vear.__-." He acceDted the Lord and Imn@d th>.l! "hllr"h .aria .I... .II'.... ..+. lodge, no good works, NO ONE BUT JESUS ONLY CAN-
= Roberts said Green Cove can I Hickory Orove BapUi h h"J SAVE YOU.

become an even greater center During Floyd's sickness he was concerned for those who are The simple plan of salvation is: YOU ARE A SINNER: because
ot auto sales than it now is lost; especially in the last weeks of his life; he said If his suffering you are a sinner you MUST DIE or else believe on Christ
Ir Chevrolet keeps moat of its would mean one soul being saved, he didn't mind suffer- who was YOUR SUBSTITUTE!: and died In YOUR PLACE, was
4 : basic styling lines, adding new tag burled and was raised again. Just call upon OOD, REALIZINGyou
t r' grilles and] taillights Chevy Surely he could have said with the Apostle Paul in II Timothy are a sinner and ask Him to have mercy upon you and
has offered a paneled station I Chapter IV, Verse 78"I have fought a good fight, I have save you for JESUS' SAKE Then. Just take HIM AT HIS WORD
wagon to compete with Ford's finished my course I have kept the faith; henceforth there Is and BY FAITH CLAIM SALVATION. You say, "Surely that Is
I II Country Squire., laid up fora.a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the not an that la necessary to do to be saved." Yes it is, absolutely
One Chevelle and one olds righteous judge shall give me at that day." all Thank Ood many have been won to Christ by this simple

II model sport a, rear-window Also In those last weeks, truly, Brother Floyd could have said plan. It Is SCRIPTURAL!! IT IS GOD'S PLAN. My friend BELIEVE
treatment that might be a hint nth Paul la Philipplans Chapter I,Verse 21: "For me to live in IT AND FOLLOW IT TODAY': Now is the time Today
: of things to come: vertical Christ and to die Is gain*. "- b tncdsy.
I fins from the roof to the rear At this point<< I believe Brother Floyd would like for me to ask "Behold, NOW is the accepted time; behold; NOW fa the
deck: giving a concave fastback you this Question! and live yon the plan of salvation day of salvation." 2 Corinthians 6:2.
profile, frame the recessed MY FRIEND: I am asking you the most Important question "Boaat not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not
//I llua. of life. Tour Joy or your sorrow for all ElKKNITV depends what a day may bring forth." Proverbs 273.
Olds has put an extra door upon it. The question Is: Are yon SAVED? It la not if you are a U ft to act perfectly clear, READ IT OVER and OVER until
handle on the interior of its member of some church, but. ARE YOU SAVED? It Is not how you understand it Do not lay this tract down until you do.
I two-door hardtops to let rear- good you are, but, ARE YOU SAVED? No one can enjoy the YOUR SOUL ls worth more than all the world.
seat passengers open the door blessings of Ood or go to Heaven without being- saved. Jesus "For what shall It prom a man if he ahaU gain the
without leaning over the fromaeat. said to Nlcodemus In John 3:1n: : MUST BE BORN AGAIN" whole world, and lose HIS OWN SOUL? Ox.what shall a
God gives us in His Word the ONLY plan for Salvation. The man give in exchange for his soul?" Mark ':M, 37.
k' K + Plan is simple, you can be saved TODAY. BE SURE YOU ARE SAVED. YOU NEED SALVATION ABOVE -

SET There Is none righteous, no, NOT ONE. Romans MISS HEAVEN AND LOSS ALL. GOD HELP: YOU TO BE
You Are Cordially Invited The County's four qualified 9:10. BAYED TODAY.
municipalities: will get approximately Tor then is no difference: For ALL bare sinned and He will save you and also KEEP: YOU.
IL To The Showing Of Our $8,500 from the August come short of the glory of Ood." Romano I:23, 23. "There hath no temptation taken you but such as U common
cigarette tax distribution, There is NO CHANCE to be saved unless you come to realize to man: but Ood ta faithful who will not suffer you' to
NEW > according to ReD Morris director you are a SINNER. be tempted above that ye an able; but wfll with the temptation
oj; of the State Beverage Because you are a sinner, you are CONDEMNED: TO DIlL also make a way to escape that ye may to
Dept..It ls part of a statewide Tor the wages or sin is death." Romans 1.23. bear It." -1 Corinthians 10:13. .
Now On Dtapla At distribution totaling mon than "Sin, bringeth forth death. James.1:19. DO NOT TRUST your feelings. They, change. STAND on

I (i) 430 Orange Avenue, V $3 million This means separation from God in HELL.. FOREVER How GOD'S PROMISE They NEVER change. ,.?
Oren Cove' I Morris said Green Cove will terrible. Yes. my friend but It Is true But Ood loved you so After you an saved, you need to Join si church be baptised

.,, Bprtngs. -. . get $443185; Orange Park, much that HE PAVE HIS ONLY BEOOTTEN' SON, 'Jesus and live the rest of your life for Chr st., j jZ
$12,44388; Keystone, $1,688.13 Christ, as your SUBSTITUTE: Who bore YOUR sin, and died miss Floyd very much but he to living with Jesus.
and Penney Farms, 110943. in YOUR place. I am going to be with him one day; you can too.
The largest single silos goes "He hath made HIM (Jesus) to be SIN for US, who knewno But the only way U to be saved. Will you accept Christ now*
to the City of Miami which wills sin: that WE: might BE MADS the RIGHTEOUSNESS: In memory! of my husband, Floyd E.. Roberts;
j= .- -- get more than 8370,000. of Oed in HIM 2 Corinthians 521.: CHARLOTTE ROBERTS


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MUST; HAVE EQUAL TAXES MAN DROWNS OFF WALNUT I rick share. Likewise, the weakness a governor or soil consent

FOB MOBILE HOME IND. New O.P. School Being STREET IN OREEN COVE CONSERY .tiOElfCTION IN COUNTYIS of the district: can mean ion district supervisor, they are

TO SURVIVE IN FLORIDAPhil Joe Willie Webb, 33-year-old II lack of interest on the part of chipping away the \'t1'J.faun*

Bryan, president of the Jacksonville construction worker SLATED FOR NEXT WEEK: FOILS LISTED the voters they are created to dstlon of democracy

Florida Mobile Home Association was drowned early Saturdayoff . serve. I am sure that you share with
Mid this\ week that"Flo Planned For ArchitectBy the end of, Walnut Streetat I. By Allen Laatlnger Outlined voters Include those Each day now it seems we the State Soil Conservation

rida's mobile home Industry is Oreen Cove.According qualified to vote In general elections read about more countries Board the belief that eveJ'1tboo'
doomed unless amendment to Ralph artch-I Voters of Clay Soil and Water -. and who own land in where the people are not allow- log possible should be done to

No 8, which provides equal Teaching GroupsEight lett, of Orange Park Conservation district will to the County ed a voice. In selecting their get land owners In Clay County
been fishing Friday: afternoon I to the polls next Tuesday to '
mobile Is leaders
taxes on homes passed The strength of the Clay interested In voting\ to eel-i
with Webb, the two of them In elect three members of the
Nov. 2 ect .
Soil and Water Conservation Wherever people do not exercise their
committees one boat and Webb's brother- 8-man governing board.
working construction at the school is
District lies in the Interest the their
voting rights In selecting this in mind let mt>
with Jesse in-law William Christopher, The terms of 7.; P. Hall, Jr.,
P. Tynes, Jr., superintendent completed in January It will
local land owners In the dist public officials such as urge you to go to the poll*
of schools, and Allen have permanent facilities for also of Jacksonville, in another Roy M. Saunders and Jack

D. Frye, architect to the approximately 735 students, the small fishing boat, anchoredIn Wilkinson expire this month,
School Board, are to present maximum number approved by seven feet of water a few according to L. M. Holllnga-
their findings within the next the State Dept. of Education yards off the shore at 3 o'clock worth State Soil Conservation
10 days on the academic and for the site. Saturday morning because of Board admlnlltrator.wv'

social needs to be Incorporated The Meadowbrook area is a heavy fog.Bartchlett. Nominating petitions_+hate
in the elementary school pro- now growing at the rate of skid he went to been submitted ,for Hsll,-,WU-
posed for the Meadowbrook more than 200'families annual sleep and that,when he wakened kinson, John 'Wt, Huntley II,

1,. The proposed new school at I o'clock Webb was gone J. W. Mclnamary Perry Nor- II you don't trade
area.Members At first he thought his wood S. D. .8aund and
Of the committees will be full when It opens. com- iV!! '/ .
panion had gone to buy a packof James S. Williams
have been asked to
develop"an A ,steering committee coordinating
be with we've both
educational speculation"' the activities of the cigarette Polling places will set up us
to direct Frye In his design ofthe eight working committees, Asked If Webb could swim, at the Bank of Oreen Cove, ,
his brother-In law said he Studebaker Omceey\.:PalmerWUliamson's i
proposed structure. comprise!: A. D. Duck assistant lost !
"could hit a stroke or two." Fruit Stand, andUtUe'1
According to Tynes, the superintendent of schools:
Bartchett: and Christopher Grocery, all In Oreen
response of the workIng T. E.
groups Smith general supervisor
dragged the area nearby and Cove; Price's Grocery, Doctors
at night and during weekends ; and Miss Louise Batten,
the man's body was recovered Inlet: MIddleburg Orocer"Lana' ,
has been "tremendously supervisor of elementary education. VAN NESS: NOW
I shortly before noon on Saturday Grocery, Clayhill,' O.
enthusiastic. The groups have I I B, Nail Hardware Store :and
been assured their only limitation FRED DAVIS BUICK. PONTIAC INCI
Following\ are the membership Rldgewood Grocery: In Orange ,
Boys I is to provide the best educational of the eight committees: i 0. F. SENIOR CLASS Park; Falling's Service Station, Ito Orange Aft. Phones IU.ISSS-IU.SOSS OCS

facility possible within Site planning and Physical BETS BAR.B-Q OCT. U Penney Farms, Walker';'Ber- C

a "very tight budget Education: George W. Dunns- Saturday October. 18, Is the Ice Station, Keystone Heights,

The specification program vant, Allen Sanford J. Hamilton date of the first bar-b-que the and the Post Office at., Lake
8 through 13 . of asking! professional educators Boulware,John McOaughey senior claw of Orange Park Geneva %/>m,
how to de4n'an efficient and J. P. Martin Jr. High School will hold In the These polling place: WIn''"
enter our FREEPUNT : and workable and attractive Intermediate and remedIal High School Cafeteria from I open on election day'from. 1

school building . is reading: Mrs Martha Parker, 11:00: A.M. until 7:SO PM. I until 5 o'clock. ' !
an entirely new approach in the
Mrs. Nell Martin and Clyde ,. ,
County and has been adoptedby -
I only a few progressive
Exceptional education: Miss
school boards in the nat'on.
Blanche Smith and Mrs Lucille -
After the views of these committees McClendon t
have been consolidated
Administrative George W.
Frye will do a group of preliminary
KICK Dunnavant, J. P. Martin. Jr.,
sketches for criticism.
Edward Wlaht and Earl Hoff
It is hoped the finished pro-
duct will be "something more
COMPETITION[ : than just another school" Ty Food service: Mrs, Julia

net told The Crescent this Smith Hancock Mrs. Vera
week. Oravley and J. P. MartIn Jr. nurser
Art and Musk: Onham Bel-
The new school to be located -
OeUkerla 1 I' let, Noble Turner, Mrs. Thel-
west of Standing Boulevardand
Jennings and Mrs. Emily
yew LAST adjoining the
limits of Meadowbrook.
DAT te sign se! Primary reading: Mrs. Eleanor
The County school system Is Rupert, Mrs. Mary Wells,
now transporting approximately Mrs. Margaret Btollenwerck
300 students from this area Harris.
and Mrs. Florence
HIM! Warm-up Jacket, helmet to the W. E. Cherry elementary Library and audio-visual-
school The school closed terials: Mrs. Nelda Smith. Mrs. J
or regulation-Hie PPK In June with permanent facilities Imogene Nowood. Ulat Emma : r

football PPaK for MO students and opened >> I Mansfield and Mr*. MarJorteDutMmM. ;4'
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I also, an attractive pp*K tie' s VRrLVSINVLATION Springs meeting the topic Junior of discussed the High Oreen P-TA at Cove next the I The tigejf: scores again I IIt's

Klspel pin when you regis- Tuesday evening at T.M: o'clock

fter. This Is too grade material In the school auditorium. 'II
used in the wills of the Mrs. Epting, of BU Johns dramatically fresh and now, but itlll wryf,'my Pontlac. That written all war,It, from the no-doubt-about-lt now front and to the
River Junior Cottage faculty,
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At the same time we want to recognize the contributions 'to this record
made by> our conscientious staff and to join them pledging to you
our tenlest efforts i in the years to come to justify your faith in our -
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