The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
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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 )
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-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Began July 15, 1927.
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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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82-year-old Goed Guy Beats I' :

I Three Commissioners Seats '

Off 3Oyearo1dBad GuyBy ,

Mrs. I, L. StrlckUnd Two on School Board

(Editor1 Note Bessie Strickland, of Clay Hill WM for :

many years a reporter for this psper. In recent month the

has been unable to write because of her health. The followlin

story WM received from her last week. She Is, we believe, a I

outlook.first rate) story teller with an authentic and peculiarly American In Run-off on May 26 ;

Last week a truck drove up to our gate and stopped, whichla

nothing unusual I IA

man came In and Introduced himself or I suppose he I

did, the name was to mumbled no one could understand it Of
I -- --- -"
course he started his line of gab right off. he was around In-

sporting stoves for his company but did not say what com I Mayor} TaylorRenamed; } The Vanquinshed and Others Are
party he was working for and did not give time for one to ask
I "swelled a mouse" right quick and told him my stove was By

In perfect working order, has given me no trouble at all that I :
Edward B Taylor was
can not take care of. Tuesday ta the'
re-elected last Buried The New Order
He asked what kind of stove I have I told him a las Oreen Cove general election by

range, and of course that was his speciality If It had been an went to
> Less than 125 voters
old worn-out wood burner, the answer would have been the
the polls The city election fell
samel Wanted to check the stove Junt to make sure It II safe I 1 I
on the same day as the Dem Shock
objected, but he persisted erratic primary Additionally, Epitaphs Many Including ClergyHerewith

Of course he soon learned Jim is almost deaf, so that wa I I Mayor Taylor was unopposed I ,
in his favor too.
Following the election Mayor
I was in bed sick, too weak just then to get up again this I
Taylor said he would continue ar* some random samplings found on the mock Six candidate for the County Commission four for the
his I could not the deal too severely
was In favor, oppose I''to devote Ms efforts toward graves dug last Tuesday night after the election on property on School Board, four for constable and two for justice of the
lie soon got Jim to go to the kitchen with him to "check MRS. I, U STKICKLAND the industrialisation of Oreen Ide! ...tld Avenue In Green Cove. The property la owned by JameeKno peace will\ go Into the second primary on May 21,
he also inspected the
While the stove
the stove" checking
; Cove which U now well underway I les. The "epitaphs" were, naturally, anonymous- These In the first primary, among the candidate for the County
cabinet and found some biscuits, ate two (one la usually enough
I are among the cleaner of them Among others who were buried Commission U II Lancaster polled approximately& 49 ant
either) made just two bites of each biscuit, with per
for Jim or me I were J. P. Revels, Mr*. Pearl Hall, Warwick Kenney and wife, of the total vote, Luther K. w/ilson took approximately 41
kind of relish of vinegar and black pepper on
a new pepper
a 10-year-old girl Mayor Edward B Taylor Oreen Cove City : and Marvin Oreen approximately 40 per oent
them! First biscuits he had seen for so long he d1dn'remem-
ber when he had seen the last one! Imagine that! V1HC Atks Court To Manager Ben Zcllner and other. The general feeling In the County this week was that Orwn

After Inspecting\ the biscuits he got to the stove to Inspect and Wilson would almost certainly hold their vote In the
Here lie Duke, poor old thing second primary Thus, It u reasoned, to defeat either of them
it and found some very dangerous boles rusted In the oven, the
flame Is subject to flare out at any time I light the oven and Say It Is Tax Exempt I Oeorg Carlisle sure made him sing will\ require a strong coalition of. the two deflated& candidate
and a turnout a* large aa last ...k...
About Grace he worried and cried
catch my clothes on fire and burn me upl! They must be "fixed"at money
onset I Of course be made a big to-do about all of this, and Memorial Home Community Corp. ha filed a friendlysuit i Duval teachers eouldnt help him but they tried. In the race for two seats& on the School Board. Sidney
against two County and one State official seeking a court Burri polled approximately& 41 per cent of the total vote and
made Jim believe It- Made Jim think I had said I wanted the He promised a job to I people I know
work done, when I had said all of the time I did not want the Interpretation a* whether Its property In Penney Farm it Leon Bailey, bucking veteran Incumbent Jack L. 'Wilkinson,
But old
Vivian will be back with
work done, had no money to pay a repair bin and would not tai exempt. a glow. polled approximately 41 1 per cent of the vote, The Utter U

payl I knew the bill would be enormous, beside, the stove has Ur*. Louise Smith. County Tai Assessor one of the three widely retarded a* a shoo-In In the second primary

worked just fine like this for several yean, and will work for I defendants In the action, appeared Monday before the Boardof Hoyt Cotney Two contest for constable will also go Into the second

more yean just as It eat I County Commissioner. The Board refused to authortM. the We never really wanted you primary. James Know!** and a 1C Scooter ran within 100 vote

He was using graphite of all thing .to repair a stove withdrawal of the tai assessment against the property and'' We are particular about our friend of each other In a five man race, with Brooker holding the
Just for the authorized T. J. Jennings Jr. County Attorney to represent the .lead of almost 100 vote over Know!**.
with, and it just cost fifty an ounce pay '
material the work WM free) defendants 00 back to patching& your rotten old Uret In another\ race for a position a*constable Brntr L. tlotley

Told Jim he would do the work cheap I had said I wanted The Jacksonville law firm at Roger, Roftr A Ortmaley And kiss u* Hoodlum1. ends _, ,...L., and Dick U Padgett wttt{ tame each) ether after..mntnaUngMr

it done, I still refused,to ban the work done!.Anyway..IMdaahet psmed.W'*..BmUh..X. Wayne Oilier, County Tat Collector Edna L QuI,..". I
out to the truck Beta some kind of stuff, rushes back 3fM Ray E. Oreen Mate Comptroller defendant In an equity Chief %. On run-off raee for justice of the peace will pit Ray Brad.ley . hi i

in. daubs around In the oven, make\ mud pies about like a suit protesting the County' right to levy approiimately To Slater old dear what a sin against Arthl Padgett, Jr. who polled more than 300 vote
taxes annually on the retirement community established by J. than hit
three or four-year-old-child would make, and came In. . more opponent .
Ton slimed to far out and fell oft the limb
In about five minutes .and "n em" I owed him for one C. Penney In the first primary lit person voted for one ef the two
hundred ounces of graphite at fifty genie an ouncet! but he Alleging the corporation is a non-profit-making company I Your wing were to weak to fly alone, etc. candidate for sheriff who did not vote for anyone .!.*. The

hadnt used quite afl of It, bad about four ounces left, c..lees the suit recite that new residents pay from $4100 to ITMO for total number of vote cast In the sheriff net wee 1,111, or SIT

than a tablespoonful! I would not have to pay for the fun admission and then pay an average of 114 for maintenance To you Olady more than those who voted& In the gubernatorial contest

amount! Fay him $...00 and we would be event Then the war According to the suit I per cent of the residents of MHO pay Who worked M hard The final official tabulation of last ", "'* vote follow;
nothing: II per cent .leas than 10 per cent of the cost.of keeping We bulry to In
tarts I IX you
ordered work I had them, U per cent pay between 10 and 100 per cent Of the cost Per 17, I.SpMsard. erasing, J
I had no done
tUU refused to pay, Bam graveyard
and I per cent pay more than the cost Additional ton of L Holland ITII
told him I had no money to pay and would not pay
thousand of doUan a year ar required from other source to Bralley Odhara 110.
"But I made your' stove like new, you have got to pay me, maintain the property. Poor old Day, so smart and fine r I ."(I _
it will last for yean now!I" he said. I still refused to pay for a .1
The corporation says It paid taxes last year "under protestIn They drank your' beer and tasted your wine t. Total nil
new stove made new In five minute, I paid $40 for the store '
violation of the plaintiff rights under the constitution They had you wrong, we knew from" the (tartWe Per Oeveraar ,. .. "
when I bought Itt! I Illsrdon I I .tf '
and law of the state of Florida to exemption from taxation a* are all and that' from the heart .
He tried to frighten me Into paying him. he would send his my awry, Burn 3130

boa out to collect he would get his money, even If he had to a charitable and benevolent non-profit corporation"The W. hope In the future, you will be able. to tell John I. Mathews\ tot

take a mortgage on my home, "and he will do It, tool But I pWnUtt.ake the court to declare MIIC a tex-eiempt Tour two dew buddlee' just .ted you to 110. loot, Kelly J"n r
property ask that Mr Oeiger be enjoined from advertisingor
have just been married three weeks, me and my wife need new fred O Dickinson:
selling the property for of lass from
non-payment or col
qullte, blankets or sayl do you have one of these old handmade To you "Wr. Creaewt," Robert King High
\brunt taxe It asks finally that Mr Oeiger be required to
coverlets I>e always wanted one of themt"I Ito thin and tell Frederick B Karl
refund 11.121 p&Jd&at\ In personal taxes
replied !No, I have not, and if I had you woutdnI.t It, - -- - Wish you 4 stayed with the right people Lit.J
I have always wanted one too. Well, doe he have an old shotgun And enjoyed the ball

he would let me have I hunt whole lot and I would take GCS Gets New We will bet by now you wish' you could say Per (UnevaliJam
one of them and then turn the money In to my bos*. Ye, he I stayed with Jennings all the way

baa a shot run but he will not part with Itl! Well that stopped Bo much like a lisurd, w* all think ** W, Xyn** \,' .
Earl) FalrckHh "!
that I I would Just have to give a mortgage on my home Over nlte you changed your color / J 1191I i

My reply,"I have no home, not an inch of land to my name, Industrial Power Rate And to ducrace you did link. / s I
and this old place Is heir land and the heirs have It up for sale, ', I Poe Clay County people, t* all know Total 4191 :I

now tell me how enyone can lams a mortgage on ''t," He flamedat How you cam to u* and made a show Per P* He tllatlaa: C*........ eri k y

that! I Harris Named I But your show ran out on that rainy day Id.'" a. Masan s II 3iH' .
Jim would just have to payl he said Mayor When your debt came due and you couldnl pay, PNIU, K Jveww.t .I .. .0'
He went la JIM. .veiled In Jim's_ ear loud enough for. one_no to n Tour soul was bought ,
bear him to John WUklnaon' house "Tour wife says she ain't The Owen Cove City Coal.I Co The contract which ran out I Tour prestige gone If f Total 3MPw

got no money, you've get to pay met" I mission on Tuesday night .. two yean ago wa renewed' In I When you left the 'lit road
Jim told him to get out or his ear with his yelling, he\ power order that the City might givea I And got en the wrong (,..,. Grew c..,. t ." J

yelled at Jim again. "Tour wife says she alnt got no money rate I to 10 per ant under contract to the Tarn Company ,_.. ._ -ow n lone L.. Carttele c ITIJ
be Mm got this finished Jim\ say. TOIl lowdown deadbeat, the current rate for Industrial I I. \' William I. Wit* . JOn

you have been paid, you aunt do anything In the first place customer having WO KW At ru regular annual tan ./. _

but make a men get out of my house and don't you ever demand or snore. pnaaaUonaJunc, the Com';jOwinos Takes Leave Tidal ITU

come back In again or I wflj: kin you and struck at the man's Acting City Manager Bm mission named" Msrtln Harris Pee sheriff 'I

eye but his arm was too short to hit the mark just right or Dner. saying the new' rate 1 mayor for the coming Nor Edward ''Of Absence J,Anln..* Munhee. ., I'U
X cull Jim hit the tellers To Recover
the floor say
one bum would have bit would affect substantial.,. B. Taylor was coinedwire r D burden '
tact he he didn't but he bit him hard enough to knock Jon
say leg In electric power MaU for mayor, Others Mined lathe
tit 00 out of his ten eye, so tf you see a man running around such compantea as the Orven .-tlmi are: r>n Tdln.r Fiom Near-fatal Crash s Total-
with a leather patch over his left eye say be I Y a stove filer BrwtatAndtnon. : Nil
Tarn City
Owe Boring Companyand artJng manager; '
who bad Itl 00 knocked out of that eye by an old man flirt W other .....,...* oaortng ;, City Suds: BUurRotrrteon. rev Se.nawade 4 if ....... ,t
yean eld. Into the Cny maw .Induatrtalpaik. chtof *, ponce.; Yt- Conway Owing, w+verloien. p Tim* ITO
Jim started to get op out of baa chair Bald "Just watt I stab nn y,
nUl I grt to from here IH pay you *o you wont forget N for At the was time, the city T J Rim CUy attorney. Tbrwwtnf O*. MM Ms. ....*. i ,
awhOel The gay lot out the door la douU ejukft-taote and renew** far fto yeas* Its else Mr. ZcOft said the former khm4 .lea. scrim. win take Total e

yBd. "Joe, git totar and before he had ftnlahed saying IM trw power contract wtth the Cntrf; PM at the IM.Mr1.l I l ** mdvflAM .leap af ......,... ; ...., '
the t.ndbe neve and then the tnt doer ....... JarkMrvflle MantrspeJ Power Ie....., IP4 *. fir. '. h, to. rooter frees trtom. lAjwtae ,.:..r..,.. ,. feeuu..r n. Wu.o.a I a
blab plan gtUn ...,. .. .. 33N'Instl 'I
They Just bit the hlghM - --- suffered aa Cow ct4r>i oa tJ. .. W h.,
I deal know if be went over the gate, Bnorr H er throve I AIrtI IIDYrte1 '. Jest N Uf9of IN

M. but' I do knew, the gate was even the wit anonring and n* Republicans: To Name AY ........ WI pu1 1141

alas of any tracks at the gate' so he surely flew tics the porch Dun tip be fined h Ilesdsl S # -

la the track. .*., ....c,i,. to C I1aslaeBts.tard Total 1400Km
Jta said he should have Wee bill aid lone barrel slat gua Opposition For Huntlcy Or mii 4 of list.Sous if (racy Ce-th..... Obi 3MosehieAeMn
and abe the back ., the truck U h* wovid have. bad Urn* Ttewwra
IfiMbaddonethMaaefaur ctsrw' could have boa *./.*** ** rUuhtrO .
sold ywterd
treed I* aw read! Who say aa aid mea h4 O yan .M .,. Will; Seek \VI rite"in Vote he bad no epwiTM $. .*.. lie I' e Moaky IU'111.

ana guy think try tea manage cam* awl a ywcnc bum.abowt m4toai.4 he ntu4 to r** -

M yon .... to fight, and X m..*a to ffghtf Tea shMttdbavo .. ..... \ mr tral :-" .
E. r, Clam** withdrrw a* the Co/ **% ** month before r.mmlr .- Total un

awn this! atU.* caodkAaie. aft** bow warned thai h* awn* taU a -*.*. w ..Abs feeL cooed, c.......... .Dw. i'

The lint morntng I went to the knobs. to try to soot of ........ a* a Dwval 0..., hem.r Dud after the Unim*.* Ur. Shaw Jeered l.tympana HH &.6"' ...., Jltl

tjtuakfass. there wa By .*.. a3 facial env nJI some kind of ermur ar lest the @seteaJ rv s ars*.t fAwwrU lt L. t*.+..***m. a.,.M4 firm ere tW.aMVm E. MauriM / aT

sand, bated. jort bets sand and coot tie a fcUe three orlawr JI.or,. Tbrowtng Oa IN IN U o-hta 107Gn

eM chud had bm aUyv* m and and s..a.d M to the ...1 Cow nxrtailsmdenl. W Pee ZMtnsrfaM aaJd" a* genial o.rMr *f UM ttifl.

*.*m. I .... a taw. of am amavr end najd **""ry bat of the feat cwsnty ha a apxtaj law wbfc* MO OM CMMy soloed *T.. I )-

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Otmceutby The Cuban Official Tabulation SUBSCRIBE TO THE CRESCENT
May County BoggleAn

( Editorial) (Continued from Page One) RIGHT AT THE RIGHT TIME

For School Board DIlL S '
otlihher There Is some reason to believe that the relatively small
Sidney P. Burrs 2333J.
percentage of the registered voters who went to the polls last Glenn Allred 1937 Paid Political Advertisement
Tuesday. under '72 per cent .is connected with the current
L. A. Kelly, Jr. 898
DUNCAN GBONEB Cuban cries There is, In fact, reason to think a good many of ,

them were hastily called out of the County.A .
Total 6158
Bad tute, bad sportsmanship ,bad politics, bad poetry. . potently "very serious situation" with respect to our re* For School Board, Dill 4 I
and a bad start for the New Order we elected to Office tut latlons with Cuba and with the non-Free World was admittedon Leon A. Baxley 2548
week. Tuesday by Secretary of State' Dean Rusk when he told I
Jack L. Wilkinson 1778
the North American Treaty Organization (NATO) Council that .
That, In brief, is my understated view of the tribal rite such a situation will result if Castro carries through with his B. Welgel 848

that vent on J am told, throughout the County after, and threat to shoot down US. reconnaissance planes inspecting I S. rt .i trF

beginning only moments after the election returns were counted. Cuban defenses (and offenses), Total 5172 !
For justice of the Disk t P .M
To say the United States boggled the situation at the Bay
Some of the defeated political candidates together withan Archie Padgett, Jr. 813 I
of Pigs is to tell the truth, but it begs the question. The question
assortment of others who apparently failed to carry the Ray Bradley 60)
today is how do we recover or even hold our position Inthl.l
banner of Progress high enough, were burled at mock funerals Edna L. Quigley 648 ,
worseningsituation, Someone has to give ground.In .
in cemeteries set up on friendly territory more than friendlyto I
most situations, we believe, President Kennedy had a
the successful candidates. Each grave bore some "epitaph ,
Total 1987
firm hand. It faltered In the face of an invasion of Cuba before
and they ranged, those I saw, from the utterly atupld to the the For justice of the peace, DiaL S
Soviet Union had committed Itself to the defense of the
utterly obscene. I Cuban Communist government. What will Lyndon Johnson do Kelvin A. Oliver 348 I
Prank M. Herndon
Several ministers found the show "shocking." I I now that the USSR has thrown its weight Into the situation 270 ,

A great many of the "epitaphs" referred to the unfortunatefact -

the victim had not duly honored the Hoodlums Total 818 .
For Constable' DiaL 1

The fact The Crescent was honored by at least two gravesdoes R. R. Brooker 012 4
Around and About
not in the least alter or magnify my view of the proceed James Knowles 815 '

ings. With respect to the race between B. Saunders and Jennings C. O. Ingle lia ,

Murrhee, The Crescent was metlcoloosly Impartial. by HUGH SMITHIf H. H. Bentley 222

E. W. Oarrett 198
There have been calls for magnanimity, for a healing of
anybody ever tells me that Herb Tomes is in the ctme- "r ..
all the old wounds, for an end to "political hackery", in order
tary business I will think that they are very daffy indeed as X Total 22(3
that the County might move forward. Magnanimously, let us
know for a fact that Herb is most allergic to handles that fit For Constable, DiaL S
had in the world to do with
assume no candidate anything any
hand on one end and the other end suggests hard labor Fur Carl E. Mosley 15(4
of this; that it was all wrought, this travesty of democracy
I thermos, the nearest Herb ever gets to anything that even remotely Kenneth Fisher 420
and sportsmanship, by the eager adherents of these men who resembles ._. _
embalming fluid Is some of the Black Creek
to lead us proudly toward 1685. The cemetery (or one
are going i I water he gets from Echle for his cold, and I do not ever remember Total 19<4
of them) in Oreen Cove was set up on property which I am
seeing Herb when he does not have the sniffles.Of For Constable, Dlst. S I am deeply grateful for the support of more than
Knowles who needs further Intro.
told belongs to James no
course, when I mention this matter to Herb, he hastens Dick Padgett 347'
ductlon. I I to assure me that parties unknown to him come In the nlte to Elmer L Mosley jss 49 per cent of the County's voters.

At what appeared to be funeral services on last Wednesdaynight do their grave digging and he does not suspect even once that Markerlee Johns no More than 65 per cent of all the County's voters cast

a man so drunk he was unable to get off his aU.lour. funerals are In order as the grave diggers laugh and giggle allover ,

crept, from grave to grave chanting tome Pithecanthropean the place. The next morning, Herb says, there Is a full Total '705 their ballots AGAINST the Incumbent.

rite. blown graveyard with flowers and canopies and he does not
know what all as well u many mourners around and about who The trouble will be that on May 26th the Incumbentwill

have no doubt Jennings Murrhee can make a competent I seem happy about the whole affair and
very are grinning from
I 82-year-old have every man and woman who voted for him back
I I .
sheriff. But I want to know now when he is going to disavow ear to Furthermore, some of the mourners are preachlnp

some of the nuts who have been his loudest and most articulate sermons and saying sad things about the deceased Continued from Page One at the polls.

backers. If the Sheriff's office U going to be run by Jennings Well, this action causes Indignation In many quarters and'
Murrhee, he will have to get out the word lOOn that though he citizens of one kind and another complain that the winners are stuff out of the oven, and I honestly believe an ordinary teacup Will those 65 per cent who voted against the In-

accepted their support he U filing a bill of divorcement againstthe I I not playing the game according to Hoyle. In fact, the citizens would have held every grain of It. and It looks just like sand, cumbent go back to the polls again two weeks from now?
crackpots and conspirators who have raced from one end who do the complaining spend considerable time hunting up 'I and dirty sand at that I I didn't know that Florida sand is soI I

of the County to the other .,.and who are doing It today in the old mildewed book of Hoyle u they have not had any use for expensive. But I have learned how to repair stoves, If you have On that hinges the result.

behalf of others whose jobs are in jeopardy, ,In an effort to I It for over a quarter of a century one you want repaired, call on me, I at least can smooth the

make themselves appendages, vestigial remains, the innards Personally, It is my opinion that the king of the moun- sand out after I put it in the oven I

that, like appendices, have through tune become useless. .In' tale could have' asserted himself this time again .and 1 What a pity John Hall and some of his deputies didn't ON MAY 26TH

the Court, House. there would be walling and gnashing of teeth in the camp of come up about this time. But they might have been run over by

the victors Instead of hallalullas and the fast traffic we had here I It. is a good thing a speed
rejoicing. see parties cop
The standard ls that this all 1s an old Clay County GO TO
custom. excuse standing about his burying place making funnies that would wasn't present or he would have been flattened In the mud on THE POLLS AND VOTE FOR
I the road I II
II I not come out. of their holes In other days to say good morning
I had thought we were moving into a New Era; that all the to a mockingbird.My I The guy has a special: friend who Is a heart specialist: can I

follies of the put were to be history; that in the future we could I i old bones rest under the asphalt parking lot by the I cure any heart trouble, so be on the look out for him.

bank of "no political hackery. I I I new post office, where I was once buried by the recently de- I I am a heart specialist also, have cured many four legged Leon A. BaxleyFOR

ceased, which only proves that victor and vanquished alike varmints of all heart trouble, never tried any' of the two legged

'We can all be happy, though, t.haan official of Johns are eventually buried In a common grave. The sad facts are, kind, but I can. My remedys are a sure cure, I have just three. I
Manvllle was not witness to any of this. that nobody lives forever, One Is a 410 gauge, the other two are 12 gauges, and they never

fall to cure all Ills of anything that needs to be cured . of THE SCHOOL BOARD

stealing and prowling! Bo If you need help, call on met I

The worst. part of the above deal, that guy didnt I
Setters to tlj Suitor Osborne On Bar Board leave me any soap to clean the mud out of my oven after he DISTRICT 4

had left. it In such: a mess. Looks like he could have done that
much I
II Plant Osborne, Jr., of HI- Is In Jacksonville, was first _
I Ij hernia, was sworn In by Florida : named to the board In 1962. He

To the Clay County CrescentAs en's Clubs has always strongly > Supreme Court Chief Justice received his law degree at. Harvard .

j advocated the freedom of the I. Harris Drew last Satur. Law School.
president of the Green
press and It has never been day u a member of the board
Cove VIA Federated. Womans The Bar Association meeting
more Important than U Is to. of governors of the Florida Bar
Club I wish to express the appreciation I was held In Miami Beach
day when more than half the I Association.Mr .
of the club membersfor last week.
countries of the world live under Osborne, whose practice
the fine cooperation we I The Bank of
Green Cove
I a partial or complete black. Springs
receive from your newspaper, i out. of news hrough censorship I
The value of the space given *++t++++. " " " +++++++++++++
annually to our club projects
oumm coat
Again I accept our deep
Is Inestimable, With all the SiSMIt,
communications media available thanks and, aU good wishes.Sincerely I a..II, 11'.1"A TO Know Your Bank.-

these days, 1la still the I '
Mn Chauncey MooreTo tkinson'sPHARMACIES
newspaper that puts Information :

Into our hands In retain I only

abe form-to be read, digested the Clay Crescent:

and kepi I I Thl.lla a plea for help In my TOUR MIINOIV MMIUf osu4ITOSI
The Village Improvement Association Mrs., Martha Conway,
efforts. to have established In a native of Florida, has lived
ls a member of the) NNiMMMFNOM, " ..N1+NN+NHi++OfN1+
General Federation of Women' our County school system a I + In Green' Cove for ten years and has been a member of
program' for handicapped and }
Clubs the largest group of or. the Bank's staff for
,1'shut-In children. At the present. r 1' two years.
ganlaed wonmen In the world, I ATKINSON'S ORANGE PARK PHARMACY *
lime there Is such
no 55'
having 11,000,000 members In Formerly associated with WesUnghouse Electric Co.,
18,'00 rlubs In the United''I I am the mother of pronm'l l

auto and In 54 other coon\ ', capped child and for s1 I r l In Jacksonville Mrs Conway Is the mother of two child.

tries. The General Federation with alone County I have school begged authorities and pled rep Louis Conway, 20 years old. Is In the Army, stationed .

program In this admlnlstra that child In the United c;. .: at Ft. Gordon Oa.
Uon highlights an eitenalve every rx COUPONg Mary, I, lives at home with herM
Slates' entitled to and should .
campaign to obliterate Illiteracy ;r mother.
receive an education through t
from the United States and

throughout the world; a Dlmee Bur IChooJl'ltem. I y .,_ ? Mrs. Con.a,', job at the Bank is to post checks u
for The present officers of our Public i
Liberty project to Notice
build the .Museum of help school system have repeatedlyturned 13 they are presented for payment In her of1-Iwun she san &
J a deaf ear to this plea;
gration at the base of the : avid reader
Btatue of Liberty; cooperation with! "Your Is only one child. t _

In building the Cathedral of The taxpayers would not stand ThU coujH piilillon jon to hate your..w MU. MABTIIA CONWATBtwaaettiag

the Pins as a memorial to I for It. We have other things to

women who have died In all do with limited money. f3 |prescriptions!| fill"t at Alkiiuou's Orangt'yl'ark 1 Drteil

our ,wars, and many other I Doors have shut
worthwhile project I I cannot do this& alone Think I riwrnmcy ail Highway 1? torUJ

about this Today U U my ttblent >
However our club has the
privilege of choosing any project buOvhal tomorrow, =-- Wholesale! rout plus :ale< This coupon' ( fl,> I

we wish to emphasise always God tree as no promise' of 0 ov :
mpires l'AR111'ypllrlse
keeping In mind the needs 'I health or physical capabittUe June 1 I. 1M4. CASH' anti BANK> GREEN QPRINGS
of our local OO UDunitJ.Mra. Tomorrow It may be yours V COURTEOUS SERVICEThe

Defter Otis We must has a procrasn In .
president of the our schools for shut-ins and 7 !4I
Amo1d.I let your prcwription" on our files at this Oldest and
traU n. has declared< I handicapped children.tvrlyn I I j County Largest Bank

General Federation of ___ _PeeertU__ 1 I price\ and. k icfit by IhU faring* for yourprrKrlpllon

CLAY COUNTY CIIICINTwear ---I 1I I IIcvrla.Phone I .
is eeoe roe CUT 'is sees roe ret cuurar4 S4J6a4 24-300, 240031

DUNCAJI see mwAIT1 CaONIft, _IDITOe. ass PUkIt11111miztlm 2t>4.:2401: orConrreee '

iixMto CDOMK _ IIClnAl'.MEMI ,

TuiMMMt Iv CMKtV Hit. It*. SAVE I
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I- ewe rw.Iac-"U wtxAlrPf10Q. hula. 1 woos, haw WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING [

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Qltoy) County Crescent
MAT 14. 1H4 FACE man

CARD wish OF to THANKSWe express our heart. MHC & Penney Farms Brownie Troop 23 Strong '(Dr. JVells Wed

- felt thanks and appreciation to To Lewis Muir
our many friends for their help
and thoughtfulness during the Reporters MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone HI-MI I MlM Sarah Lou Wells U. D.
Keystone Heights daughter of
illness and death of our pre. j
leaders. led the group together for the ''
'Mr and Mrs Carl L. Wells
Mra. Henry Rust named
was .
afoul father
Barney Thomas I
Mrs R Batchebr
I meeting Percy
of Miami and Lewis Spence
president of the MHC Book
The annual election of officers presented a devotional mea '
1 Mulr. Keystone Heights were
Club at the group's annual
The Thomas Family of the Penney Farms sage on. "Why did Jesus Come
meeting last week. She united in Marriage at 11 am-
succeeds WCTU will be held in the leo I To Earth"
2nd In the Com-
Mrs E. R. Wilson. I Saturday, May
TRY A SMALL AD I tore room of the Penney Memorial In the business meeting, the munlty Church of Keystone
Other new officers are: Mrs Church at S o'clock next II"" class voted $23 to send a white Heights

Raymond Sttlgert, vice president Tuesday At that time the directors child and a colored child to The bride was attended by
FOR Mrs C. F Shrlver secretary will present their an.ual Camp Qllead which .Is sponsor. her sister Mrs. M K. Beaird
and Mrs. Charles Dopp I reports ed by the Children's Bible Mil
of Brandon and H L. Morgan
BIG RESULTS I Mrs M. A. Qunther Mrs Mary . lion
Jr. of Lake Geneva acted as
Storey and Mrs Swigert groupCLEANERS I
1 _.. Mrs Mabel Broderick of Mid- S * I'i r boat man.
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f I dleboro. Mass., Visited Miss I The Rev. and Mrs T 8 ? r i following the ceremony the
I Carrie Tarbell and Mrs Mary Cleaver left Monday to visit couple left on a motor trip to
I C. Orr on her return trip from friends in Clarksburg W Va. the Pacific coast where they
St. Petersburg will fly to Hawaii. They will
They will visit the Gettysburg t ,
I cemetery and battlefield en' reside in Keystone Heights.
! t.A9 uud Mr and Mrs William A route to Wilmington to visit
Benltt left Friday for the home CIIIRCII: NOTICE
their son and his family They tl I,
of Mrs Benltt's sister at Hudson mill also visit friends in Mountain -rIlRIIITI.S-SCIENCE"

! I Wise. where they will Lakes, N J. enroute to h SOCIETY
spend the summer In Ho
vtslt their
. I youngest son k Cer. F lIolI+ton St. *
i I Chester, N. Y. They expect to .
M u M' V, M.(noil'.* .*ve.CRFFN .
The Rev Earl Harris of Winter
arrive at their summer cottageIn
, (20 N. Orange Park Are. Green Cove Springs ; | Park, retired Presbyterian East Northfleld, Mass, on Grrrn ('on'. only Brownie troop IS Penman >'lckle Brauford. Nancy Jane Middle I FLORIDA
missionary, SO in the
years June 4th which will be their
: +FFhMF ,>+Fr 9"Fts"_ .-.t!?! !::!: :! Ff Cameroun. called on the Rev. I address for the summer Mr strong did the honor last week at the PTA mas, Julie Mulford and Joan Lancaster, Standing Services held Sunday
and Mrs Clifford Hlgby He meeting at the Charles' Bennett School. Spon- I, to M Darlene !Smart! Debra Penman I tt II a, m.labjeeti .
Cleaver already has preachingdates Pebble Sharon RowlU. Kevin Atkinson !
.as in this area on business acted ty the lint Methodist Church, which trnnrr
for eight Sundays In''
and called on several others in ,, they attended at a group In uniform last Margaret Geiger Fawn (Crawford Pamela MORTALS AND IMMORTALSMay
HelmFuneral Oreen Cove Massachusetts and Vermont month tho troop It led by Mr. Frank Raw.Us.Mr Peterson Paul' Ann Carlwrlght, Parknc Mean, I7lh lilt
1 j I I II *. Milford CaHwrighl and Mr*. Bill Geiger Sharon Stwart. IJbby Owing, Deborah Hop.
More than 50 members of I The newest resident' of MHCIs The girls, shown above art, seated, 1, (o r. kin. Ann D.May and Ann Israel Not In the IA cordial Invitation It extended

Home the Myra Morton Bible dau.njoyf'd Miss Cleanthe Logotheton. I Jeanne Scarborough, Nollren Mrlnrrney, I.yn picture was Jane Kumar attend our services.
residing in apartment D-31 In --
a picnic In the Pine
the QuadrangleShe was bornIn and nephe w, Mr. and Mrs
grove of MHC last week After 1
umps HILM: l a basket lunch the class 'I Turkey. and In her early James Purlnslon of Largo and
president 'I childhood was brought to this her aunt Mrs C L. Slbley of

Funeral Director --.--Mrs---Mabel- -Crosby, cal.-- country by her mother, after Ban Pedro Calif., dropped In POSTT1MItfM. i
her father had died for a weekend visit, '
Phone 2M;!%:%'{ CLAY THEATER Miss Logothrton attendedthe .
Phone m- 7llMondsy Northfleld Seminary, and : The annual flower show at
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA Teachers College at Columbia Raiford Prison will be held on !
thru Friday Tao
iror. 50 EAST r. o BOX 44s University, here the received the following dates Thursday
Stems each evening the B 8 degree In Public May 31'Noon until 9pm. Friday .
'p.m. Health She l It a registerednurse > May 22.' A M. to 0 PM
Sal A Sun fll'C
( inuiiu and has held high posltlons ; Saturday May 33-9 AM to
From I p m. (I
Paid Political Advertisement In the nursing professionIn Noon. /

..., different hospitals Her last .
Ned. Thur position was director of nursIng I The IW. B II. Curtis will

May II 14 .service Hospital for Special be the preacher at the Penney 8'aIhllr
Surgery In New York. Since Memorial Church service at II _
1031 she hu been spendingher o'eIOfk. next Sunday
rJik time between New York The Rev George Button will 1
and Daytona Beach. ,I lead the prayer meetingnext l 11111I11" M" A

4. 'COhORFrl. . Wednesday at 1:10: o'clock. _

Mrs Vida Orumman Is visiting .

Sst. Miss Orace Kyle

May II II I I .

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE Miss Alberta Black's nieceKOllUGE
tarring .I HOT HOT HOT

+ Sean Cannery -

'A Sun. Moiu 4 Toe*. \\ *


The town of Penney _
ANTINEPBURNttteentoeoe Farms will sponsor a rum
G gr
map sale from 110: until
I o'clock Saturday between
the Post Office and oaun--
den Store. Proceed from
a the tale will be used to

beautify a lot between the
two building owned by Paul
Retnhold According to Mrs )4i Ar
TO TIlE VOTERS OF CLAY COUNTY Wed, Tnunu A FrL II Sawrey, chairman: the I ,
May tt, II. tt
room next to. the Post Of
I 1 ( I IiMl
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT I flee I* open from I 30 until

I hope that prior to May 28th It will be possible for noon and from 3.30 until Ito -t-- . .,, JT
receive" donations Mr -
me to call on each one of you personally. However the ,
event time doe not permit me to visit you I am taking Sawrey said U sufficient ell _ DEALS'A
eve WITH Dl3pm realised from
this means of Introducing myself and requesting yourvote proceeds are ,
the sain. bmrh
rummage *,
the second
and support primary
will be put In the vacantlot
First I should like to express my apprtclaUon -
which Is to be land I
to all those who voted for me on May Ith. The P Aw
Adult EnUrtal_.& scrapedWANTED.
good vote I received 1* most encouraging
To those of you who do not know me, my name .Is s
Ernest It thhir. I presently reside In the Mlddleburg -

section of Clay County where I have lived' an my life. I P r

I own and operate my own garage buatntaa I was employ !f
ed on the Clay County Road Department for several yean
and am familiar with the need of our County Insofar a*
roads arc concerned. However I am fully aware that
there are many other duds and rteponalbUlltae required lAND( NEEDED MAY 2".) b ry ,

of your County Oommlaalonm I am deeply InUmUd In ,4
the welfare, prosperity and future growth of this County 'rry .
t believe I an wen qualified through experirno to. pro. #

petty represent an the people ef Clay County on your J..
Board of County Cbmmlsttnneri- When ebtted. I win ale I

ways bt available] to. and most Interested In dlaruatinf
with any of the realdeaU of our County any aaaUer pro. "
peril eoniweUd with the function* of the Board of County
CbmnMonm. I pledge My fun** cooperation wttb
the other metnbm of the Board. Uw other elected ofnelal lecjtttered Democrat

of the County and the eff dab of the wanklpafl.Ur JAMES J. AlMM
la any ratter related, to any duties a* at* of yourCDmmlMdonen.
I atorertty eattdl your and support In the JAMESOVTSTAMOtMG

mod' primary on May $th. ,

ALL THE FCOfUt' Of CLAY 00 Jr1"1'.

Thank Ye. f, f A short |lime efO Plymouth beat ford and RM, now yow mouth tater hi "imkJrigCNr

NATIONAL r ro< t Ui 9 out c* $10 WtCI.t RK..f1' In red-hot dull en the same red-hot eI' ..

Ernest Hatcher COMMITTEEMAN (IndUrupottf.. theM lath congeal pr1ormnce, Pt/trxx/M I If you'd like' to own a Ctt-upan6go,

r Uoai lei| end pt economy./ OC/Ief twirdv 1Mo(. c/ .nd |
HAS SERVED TIMES )jrou but I w Icw'1! for' yow Plymouth Oo.l r'il'

'i Ox 11 .boor o* .. rv*** I ..*<. M. ..I..I (* **. f**flsMia. ) It..M *oe..ei*.t>., eyeW V tt eWrty turn eMw t e......n, Mne. .e
CANDIDATE I .. le seer1 eepuel.. 110 Pl iUSnl DNW .., AIat" '
DMO.,*** Co m' its J .*.' *. No* trrU y 0'.t" agAs/ MAIM saes h. Mal aq.r wd p1W sr'7ee7Ne14 R 3.A.

a. 0.-..,.... kale c...........


COUNTY COMMISSIONER / .. MMIWHTsTlO for AU Clayton Revels Chrysler Plymouth Inc.

/IeN/U Oi-. ,.&, ,
DISTRICT 3 !{'' )*-

llairbtYaJ Al+wtar.wle MM IKMTM OTL4JMJC A$t"lf G&UJf con .....81THURSDAY H Hd

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fAGt FOUR ( ( Crescent DAY.m 14,


rood printlnr try the CRESCENT FOR SALE tO fed frontageon English, Morgan -NOTICE i SALENotice NOTICIIOPuL :-
TO PRESENT CONCERT or SALaT that, Notice U hereby
given given:
PRESS, INC. The price Clark SU, Penney Farms Notice I I. hereby given that, I.t.r.b t* \a Final Decree of pursuant to a Final Decree(ha i
Music lovers In Green Cove 149 feet deep. Will Kit *r part I, pursuant to a Final Decree: of pursuant Foreclosure entered In cause Foreclosure entered In 7.,0numbered t
If right Korecloiur entered In eau. United in Marriage 1718. In the Circuit I7I&, In the cir .,1*
Springs and surrounding communities at $59 a front foot. Telephone numbered till. In the Circuit numbered of Clay County Florida, I Court of Clay County. Flood.It

I will be happy to learn Penney Farms B29-I4S1. Court of Clay County Florida, I I Court I will Mil the Florida Ylea I will cell the property lit uat,,

Murrhee I that the Clay High School will In Clay cell County the property, Florida tltualed, ae*. Mill Mary Anita Morganof Her veil was held by a crown of In Clay County, ( ed In Clay u.Lol : County. Florida.,,. t t

Band and Chorus will present LEGAL NOTICE crlbed art Pine Island N Ft. Meyers pearls, and she carried a white frlb.4 hr.u: (l) Mock Five (III. 81s (t). Block Three ,
I Lot Seven (7)), Block Three (1)), hiEA WBRiOK, Unit I. ao- MBADOWBROOK. fnlt I 1
Bible covered with lace and [ a
annual concert in MIGAlIOW and the Rev James English of : 1I
Insurance Agency their spring IN TUB: CIRCUIT COURT NAND HOOK Unit 1. according I plat worded. l In cording to plat recorded ., I
the Green Cove Springs Junior FOIl CLAY COUNTY: to plat recorded InPUt Oreen Cove Springs! were united orchids Plat (took t, pane. 11 and II, Plat Book I, pages 7 and t .
Book S, T and I, current .
pages of the public
FLORIDA. of the in marriage on May 2, at I Miss Judy OpenWmer, friend of the current public records: record "
High School auditorium on Friday CHANCERYNo current publlo record Florida I Clay Florida
IN rlv County :
evening May 22, at 7:30: ISIS I I of Clay .County, Florida, 2:30: o'clock, in the lit Pente I of the bride was her matronof at public lal*. to the highest it OunI.! to the hiKh.... 1l
at public .1.. to the highest and the end beet bidder for 1
rank at each ,
Q A. o'slork. Mrs, Lou Nell Medley, THE BANK: WILLIAWHBUtO a corporation, beat bidder for o&"b. at the front costal: Holiness Church In Ft. honor and her sister, Barbara and front beet door bidder of the Clay Coimiyrourthoui front door of the Claj. ,'at?uj>, (
A D Plaintiff door of the Clay County Court. The double ring ceremony Morgan, served as brides /In Green. CoaeNprinee Courthouse In UreenHprlnn "'", >
band dlredtor, has planned an Myers "
house In Green Cow .
.. 8prln, Florida. between II:no Florida, between ''I iA i t
1fYir7tYSlFlewesw exciting program\ for the even. ROBERT LEWIS BTROL'D and Florida, between U:Of AM. and was performed by the ; maid. I AM and 1:00: PM on May U.I .M. and 1:08: P &l\ on MCARLISLE.., .'
RACHAEL D BTKOUD till wl&, 100; PM on May II. 114OKOROH of Tampa. Quinton English of Tampa I PSt. 1861,
I ing. Watch the Crescent next Defendant L. CARLISLE! Rev R. Rlggland GEORGE: : L. t
week for the numbers the band N01KH! OK" sill Clerk, Circuit Court The bride .1s the daughter of was best man for his cousin: (IIunmonap L. CARLISLE!: Clerk, Circuit Court t

Be: RICHARD MURRHE"Aiemt I will be playing THE TOI: STATE Rachiel OF D,FLORIDA Btroud rildene BRitllli; Deputy*Clerk Ridley Mr and Mn. L. R Morgan i and Robert E Dealt Jr., of Clerk By Entlllee. Circuit Pulley Court (Sell By: Eitlllee Ridley 1
and iddreie unknown MARKS. IRAT, YATES!: CON. of N. Ft. Meyers and the Eau Gallic was usher." Deputy O..rkr Deputy Clerk
Admission will be 50* for notified thata HOY A OIBIIH GItlY. YATES COSoI MARKS! GRAY, YATES CVOY .
I You are hereby I John T Trekell bridegroom .is the son of Mr After a reception the couple: I : :1J.8'0I I OIBBH
lull hi* been filed igalnat you w
Phone 473-478B adults and 28* for children. III
In the above entitled cause, aittit E Forayth StreetJack.nnvllle and Mrs Palmer English, of I left on a wedding trip through John' T, Trekelltil I John T Trekell
hereby required to Florida I I K Fomth Street ISI E Fornylh StreetJickionxllle j
,humor you are answer with the Clerk (Attorney) Green Cove Springs I central and north Florida. They Jacksonville. Florida Florida 1t 1l

of thl Court and to serve b (.11 Given in marriage by her plan to visit the grooms familyin ,I (Attorney) Attorney
,.u '
Paid Political Advertisement copy thereof upon the Plaintiff LEGAL KOTICB father the bride wore a street Green Cove before return- "I'
b .ttorn.,'* who. name and .Ad- 1-
""". artFItEKMAN: IN THE COUNTY JUDO ITS I length gown of satin and lace. Ing to N, Ft, Meyers where the 1f
W Al'MON (COUNTY FLORIDA.IN Rev. English is minister of the : Paid Political Advertisement
111 Barnett Bank Building UUARDIANHHIP 1st Pentecostal Holiness '
Jackionvlll I, Floridanot IN RE: QUAKDIANSHIP or FOIL NOTICE ,_
later thin June II, A.D., David L* Roy Bland Church w J
Thank YouI I- t
u. Incomp..ntNOTICR - - -
If you fall to do 10 Decree Pro OK UlTAHIIIAVS SilH !NOTICE
Confeiio will b. ntird analnn. Notice 4. hereby given that the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! OWIXOS . e r ,
you for the relief demanded I. I und.r l-ne the complaint at a private on the lit day the Hoard of County Commln. Continued from Page 1)crest ) .
'Ih'' nature of laid cult been) of June, loll. the following del.crlbed .loner* of CIa ,, Florida I y
for the foreclonure of Mortgage property: I pursuant to a Petition filed withcall Plant He was named act :
encumbering the property an An undivided one/ieventh In. Uuard by Johni.Minvllle ing superintendent In 1981 and I e ', i vri ,
premlaei located In Clay Count teren In and to the North. Product Corporation, a Pelt. tl A q
Florida, deecrlbed u follow: ea.t 1/4 of the Houthiait lit ware corporation did on the became superintendent at y 'e'
Ixit II Illock t, BELLAIR and the North I/S of the South. I llth day of May 1111, after a crest in 1983. Hm.1 :
UNIT ONE iccordlng to plat emt4 of the Southeast 1/4, hearing I on Mid Petition, adopt a ?
thereof recorded' In Plat Book all In Section It Township S resolution, vacating, abandon A native of Ware Y i R
I, pact 1and 17, CurrentPublla South, Rang lj Sect, Clay I Inez, dlecontlnulnj and rloalnir C.. Mr. Shaw attended Brevard t, N w
Record of Clay County, County, Florida, t h. following atreeie In Mid I *. 0" '
JI'm The minimum price for which county: College before transferring to fro 1
I hind and ml of aid will b poll '
property I. Those portion of CheMnut 'r
aid CourLat Ore.n Cove Spring. the lum of liOOoO per acre, Said Avenue. Palmetto Ptrco6 River the University of South Carolina ,:: 4
("lay County, Kkirlda, this 7th property li now owned by David Road and Llghtwood Avenue where he was graduated yN
day ot May, AD, I.... LeRoy Bland: a ward (or whom an ihnwn on a map or plat of ( 8 S w 1nw
(Bell the underilnd le I acting guar Oould T tiutler'i survey of the in 1953 0
GEORGE I* CARLISLE: dun and the eale! will I be made <'(Inch Kitate. recorded In Plat t a
f f' Y Clerk of Circuit Court under th* order of the County: I I Bonk I, pixel 11 through 14, e' wwa.
Clay County, FUrldaIly Judas authqrlalng It. and map or plat of Sooth H.tL: MIIUK aMy
Orac M Carllil Ant person Intereited (In this Green Cove Springe, recorded
Deputy Dark matter may file till bid or Mi In Deed Book "Z', at page T4I, r .+,
Ml, id. IT, I.. objection to the ale with the public records of Clay County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OT ;f!
Honorable Thomas J. River, Florida" the raid portion* be. CLAY :rlJtltWItJl)4
-a: : AL NOTICE County Judge, Clay County, Flor. inn more particularly shown In
No. Ill
t da. on a mnp or plat prepared by
iN .
Elwood T John.
May II. 114 l
Louie If. McKee re litere< fJ
, Mm PORT OF .1 Wlllard M. Blind n copy of which lion Plaintiff
I r CLAIM Guardian fit rrina Office of the Heart VI brneetln. John
YM71' In CHANCERYNo. _.14. IIIHQAL Clerk of Circuit Court of laid It.f.ndsntnoTIM
? 1 ; 1111
county OF *l IT
MAIN BEATRICE DALE, WOTIC The laid Resolution also dlirUlmed .
PlaintiffliL'BgliT CLAY COUNTY HEALTH and renounced any rightof Hairl i-rneetln. John.Pul..k i"
CENTER UKERN COPE the county and of the publicIn Nurelnu Horn
DALE in SPRINGS, FLORIDA and to the laid d.errlbedstreet. Pulaikl
DefendantNo'rlm .
FLORIDA TO ire Invited to bid on any a ault hoe been filed against
or all of the below lleted cat In entitled
1 you the above cause I
gorier of equipment for the Clay rf.nntfABr ,
and you are hereby required to .
o/. Hubert DaleLeong County Health Center, Oren : Louie 1. )Dntuy serve upon plaintiff attorney :I I
ARM HEREBY NOTI. Cove Kprlna. Florida. Thee Chairman whoa name and addreee appear
tiled bid will b* received and openedat and address appear hereon your I.r
rum that lull ha been
wish to thank the people of Clay County for giving ...Inn you a In the above entitled the filial of the Clerk of the -- hereon your written defenien, If .,
and hereby re* Court In the Court ) LlCrtit NOTICE any, to the bill of complaint In I
you are
me the majority of 'votes in I out of 12 precincts: and caue quired to serve neon plaintiff'. Ireen Con Spring oa Way 11.l, -- aid Putt copy of which I 10 de.
attorney whop name and ad. ..... at I:01 A.M.Citeiorlee llvered to you herewith on or To My Friends The Voters of Clay County:
tlelng In the 9th. I ask your Continued Support on May drew ppaar b.reon, your written of equipment to IN THE CornT OF TUB before June HAD. 1H4Herein .

38th. Continue progress In our schools complaint defeneei,In If acid into lull the copy billof of bid 1. CLINIC are a*AND follower MEDICAL I COUNTY COUNTY Jl'lMlB, FLORIDA CLAY confeiao will fall b not* entered or decree aialnet pre A Big THANK TOO for the tremendous 'vote you

herewith FUDIPMENTt : : IN PROBATE.In you tor the relief prayed la the Sth I will
which I I. delivered to you OFric KNIBHIhOS" AND gave me on May deeply appreciate your continued *
on or before My 11. A.D. rei I Kuala ot bill of complaintTUB .
I//1, EQUIPMENT Mary B.\ Smith NATURE OF SAID BUI1DEI support and vote In the second primary.Oo .

ELECTSidney Herein fall not er decree pro 4 I.. X JANITORIAL.ItAT K., UIPMCNTI EQUIPMENT DeceaaedT Ml FOR Dlvorc. to the polls 2
ronfcH will be ealered aialnet5ou All Creditor and Persona I WITNESS my hand and the on May vote for and electL.
I for the relief prayed la ,lit PMYHIOAb THERAPYKQITIPMBNT laving Claims or Demand A- coal of Mid. Court at Oran Cove H. (fanny) Lancaster to Your Board of County Com
1 ft remnlalntTH elnet Said Estate: : "'Irlnn. Florida, this llth dayof
NATURMOW MAID SUIT Bidden will ke required t* You and each *f you are herebyotlflad Mar AD,1GEORGE /... mlssloners from District No 5.
BFiv-1 Poll DIYORCILWITNEAS ubmll Wd en all Item IliUdIn aid required to preeent : U CARLISLE,
F. Burris I my hand ind the a rategory' .e.N which they say claims e.d demands which Clerk Circuit Court ,. Thank you again
eat of acid Court at Or... COT are bidding Supplier furnlihlngequipment yes. or .lIlIer 0' you. may how I Hy Vivian H Sohnt
Ppringe' Florida. 'h I. II day of equal t* Itemi submit:; agaleal the estate ot Mery E.
fled will be required to
A D, 1144 Smith, deceased, late of laid
April i>r arty ClerkHohert H.
OKOHOH L. rARIISLl. brochure and imple upon re. County, I* the County Judge of C Znkvl* "Lanny" Lancaster I
I' Clerk Circuit Court Qu..lm.rll bid prlc* en all equip Clay County Florida, at hi. of. "< 'mar for I'UlntlffAddreee .
SCHOOL BOARD Rr millet. Ridley II'.h Include': delivery t* flee In the court house of laid III .. (Court Peal) th* Hay County Health Center County at Oreen Cove Sprints. Jackennvllle, Flnrldalll '
I Deputy Clerk Oreen Cove Spring: Florida, Florida' within ill calendar I1I, 1-4
Thomne J. River* .- ."" end/or Inetallallon eequipment 1 1t. month from the time of the
Attorney for I'lilntlff of this nolle J
flret publication
placing each piers of
DISTRICT 2 I Addreeei equipment la tilt designated Two coplei of each claim or de-
nn line |M ,
mend hall be In writing and
room and replaeement ef any(
Green Cove Rprln*. Florida .
: hall Hale the place of reildenc
l.ll 1 II, 1I' *. l-t equipment. Succeiful
i and office addreee of the
I IYOU'D kilter.( la furnlih equipment poet
__ within I* day after bid awird, I claimant and shall b* worn to pr
n* bid t U cancelledUNI by the claimant.' her: agent, orhie ,
nf required equipment are attorney and acoompalned bee
evallaMe at the office ef the flllne? fee of one dollar and

Circuit Court Clerk. Court Mouee, eneh claim .r demand. cot .0 _
(Veen Crave Springe, Florid filed ehall b* void
Toe liner nf Commlielnneri: of /C'arence II, HmUtiAe I WWW / 1
Clap Counlv reeervea the rightle admlnletretor ef the I ((1L
'AR.In1 .
"\!:nRGla! U B Mary ... Smith deceased
n.r.t\ Circuit Caurt First publication Ma* C.041 !

FOR R''. FULL-SIZED OLDS LIKE THIS ,I e I nu'!!CnnntvAi.rH Ill. |. Hey t. IM4 S.14. II. HAS tNEM I I

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Yet the Jetstar 88 costs less than 30 models I ::1J wa.Y FeeeeaM lee.naleh.

with low-price names! VOTE ON MAY 26THHEELECT I

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NOWI ms.AR ii tmtis YOU A CNOICI. orTHIIE !for tmytUy iwnot rfilnil' Me dost fcxmt lfitid frsrVa art*.

CHAT NW( V4il I All-ntw MO .,. laf. deftest Mi. this Frst.rrwfTwin
model. JOII tiIM-wO I
rflvlor-BO 4.ffVr l.dl"V" Groln..ptN." | H. E. Moody I
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ol no xtrsj. cost Adir>.,.,..4i 245-tva. BOOMSmuueVwamaeUtMUeMjn P 4xtUis) aatMf ..,.taw.

J tflr.. RKi v.., ttorvaW.) 390-h.p. M8K.compri I.I Hydratort.Bwttw .
J COUNTY COMMISSIONER eorr>artrMn| and tal bottJ po

.1on JeltV/ Rocld Vl, *>pl4>n.l *;HKfrej _: WIJIRE IIlE ACl10XS1 1 Stoiu OS I/NplMll d ort rea.eAw n,, IH

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DISTRICT NO 5 $339-95 8ro Weyer

....... + ... ISSm4M.SkW.SMa\leWBJSVIVSI1 IMS eVIl ...... Sold!


nee ,>*.,... Trade VALUE FOR FRIGIDAIRE
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AHOVK( ALL : Hardware
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(ECay! \! County (Ercsccnt! 'AGe rm:
MAY 14, 1X4

Republicans To Name . Pop Gym Bids All Rejected I GCS GETS NEW . I'' Paid! Advertisement

(Continued from Page 1)) I wish to take this op

portunlty and express my
Continued from Page One
park will be opened at 9 o'clock
Plans for early construction of the Orange Park High appreciation to the upright
tern teachen to take a leave of absence during their campaign tFirst I School gymnasium have been tabled by the School Board be. Saturday morning for colored I and intellectual group of

This rule would not financially hurt most Democratic I cause the lowest<< bid to construct it was close to $103.000 and residents of the City. During people who fully understood

candidates since most are unopposed and Democratic nomination e only $60.000 has been budgeted for it. this weekend use of the pool I the real meaning of my

In most instances Is tantamount to election. Even with At one of two unannounced unpubllcUed special meeting will be free. A colored citizens I speeches and who bravely

Republican opposition Democratic candidates In northern Flor of the Board held between April 16 and May 8. called by Super- committee will.\ draw up rules voted for me on May 5th.
ida do not have much to worry about. intendent of Public Instruction Marjorie Long the Board rejected and regulations for use of the I recommend to all those
Mr. Clausen was not campaigning and his teaching work, all bids ranging from $102.957: to I11M54. and voted pool In the near future who voted for me that they
according to Duval school officials, had not In any way suffered Homer ot The Season to ask the architect to go over the plans to see if the coat couldbe On the advice of T J Rivers.City consider II. E. Moody for
beause of his candidacy. Following the warning he wrote to the reduced I attorney, the Commission re-election to the County
office of Secretary of State Tom Adams asking that his name be warned all persons against fish Commission
withdrawn which was done. At iU regular meeting on Monday the Board rejected ann
from the
ing or swimming piers
Harold Hill County Republican committeeman said thli le bid to purchase two buildings standing on recently acquired at the industrial park John D. Goodwin
week the County Republican committee would name someone echool property! in Doctors Inlet
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to run against Mr. Huntley or campaign a write-in vote In Superintendent Long explained that she had discovered it

November.A was necessary to publish requests for bids only once.
write-in candidate in Clay County may or may not be Thereupon the Board voted to advertise Paid Political Advertisement

j under the handicap of having to persuade everyone who vote .- -- -. -
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for him to write his name on the ballot oppoalte the office for

whclh he is running. In the recent Texaa primary the Henrj a
Paid Political AdvertisementTHANKS
Cabot Lodge forces distributed small stickers which were attached
to the ballot without the requiring every voter to write

in his name. P '
The office of the County Supervisor of Registration told sr

The Crescent that such a method might or might not meet the
laws of Florida and promised to check on the matter. n To the voters who. supported me in seeking the office Y A
The Crescent expects before the general elections in November of justice of the peace Dlst 2 I sincerely appreciate the

to advocate In the strongest terms a write-in vote at confidence expressed In me In the second primary, on
east one unopposed candidate on the ballot. May 28, I hereby announce my endorsement of Archie M.,
- - Padgett and solicit your vote for him

Paid Political Advertisement t r

Edna Quigley

Clarence Peeples. shortstop pitcher for the J. P. Hall A he
Son team connected In the slith Inning with the second
pitched ball and sent .It well over the right field fence In the
all of you loyal hard working supporters who olN' with Coca Cola Bottling Company making the Paid Political AdvertisementI ,

gave so generously of your time and your talents In the tint home run of the Little Leagae season.
Shown above Clarence i Is bring eengraUlated br the teams
May 5th primary election. manacer-eoach Frank Cot.

I am grateful to you for your many votes and I continue wish to express my deep thanks to my many friendsIn i

to ask for your support on May 26th. Clay County who supported me In the recent primary
Little League News'

Dear Friends:
pledge my support to every County and Stale officer I am taking this method of expressing my appreciation
T :.\ IH. 11'X() LOST
COUNTY 00 FORWARDEverett for the tremendous vote of confidence given me on
and to any civic: organization or Individual working In the
-- .- May $, l..4. It Is a date which I will always rememberfor
( 'O)(',\.('J..\ 1 1 Interest of the County's profresa. your support will enable me to serve you and carryout
the program I outlined In my campaign. I give you

W. Ivey ('iLtXNW'1S :r! 1 1J. II. We are at the threshold of an exciting period of my solemn promise that I will not let you down

,J. (p, HI.rEIIH: : 1 1 iII'lli,1XUT I Industrialisation and growth. It is my greatest hope as This victory was not my victory but your victory. I
---- ----. wish to thank my friends supporters" and all the cltUen
()\ 1 .:! I am sure It Is of every resident of the County, that old of Clay County for I fully realise without your supportthis
COUNTY COMMISSIONER I victory would not have been possible. I want every
political lines and grudie and frustrations will be obliterated
.1. 1' 11.\1411 & SON() 0 :'l I clllsen to rtallse this la your office and each of you

I and we. can move forward as one .team, looking always should feel free! to call upon me at any time for I will
illshaIlt: ; ; tIOTO() lS a: 0 wotk with all the etuMru ol our County.
DISTRICT 1 1. to the welfare of us all.
I With ktndMt personal retards, I am

iVojilc-K 1 Virylo Mullu! Very truly yours

Paid Political Advertisement David}) Ko7.a 1 S. De (Sam) Saunders Jennings MurrheeIT'S


SCHKWlMJAMKS( : ) :!) -

Green :i May U-s.JOpJn: May U-T.JOpm.: i EAT DEALER'SFive

Coca Cola v*. Burlington i P Revels vs Bewlcr Mtrs TRADE'N'TRAVEL YOUR CHEVROLET

COUNTY COMMISSIONERFROM Ii May 15-4.SO: pm. May 15-T.JO: pm.J. .
c different llnee of cart-forty
P. Hall vs. J. P Revels Coca Cola t,. Cheney'cMay
five different models to choose
l/-8,30 l : pm. May l'-',:10 p m. from. Come early and trade great!

Dewier Mtrs. v*. Coca Cola Burlington vs. J. P lUvel. f '. ,In full fla4
II III I Now that .prln, swing youll
DISTRICT I NO. 3 new Chevrolets perfect for plckleg.Curryrant .
I --- - thr* th. big J.t-.mth
take this opportunity to thank those whose vote <:hevrol.t.llumpltlOUll ant l soft r ding Over
TOO sourvl stoi .r* throughout' the car to
second and to
and support placed me in the primary -- Hot out noU Interior luiurluwly don
Is Here
solicit the vote\ and support of aU those cltlsens of Clay Spring ,;;m up In the newest and ",ft... vinyl.
County who desire continued progresa and Improvement Trade what ,w'r. driving for on. of
through out the entire County. + lt...M, and you won't weal t* tre-U. sU
Commissioner act officially: a* a n with anybody .U* on th* road,
While the County .. 1, r-"M1-- I
body the individual members must use good and judgmentand always TIME FOR THAT S .HeMl". -Nsl.else C ear well.that|| Th,eomtlM'b *utlfulr small!

experience to make up their own minds
with comfort.KUven .
ear handling oomph big ear
act In the best Interest of the entire county, rather than : different. mmUbt. that you can
being dictated to by any special Interest group or indlvtd NEW LAWNMOWER *<,iu

.. I tmagla No place tol
uaL e ( -+ *pU n you can
I pledge to work for continued proems' in an countygovernment 0 Ihl eumnvrt G-| a Hew Qiovtllyottll *-*
think *f sem.tbing.
with th# people' and other
and to _
.. 11-th that
K Ca4vy
a *if- car
public officials: in accomplishing this goal. I ..... I* nesptrmlv( vacation nstu-
cow r sasses
Sincerely! ; FROM ally II ,JtMt gnu sod ..... ant where"
__ \ II stop nebotljr bone.. Eight: trwxUI
Manrtn Oretn l to pick I from la lu enough frn to swslUw HP an *((hlf .
--r --- - -- I SHOP MCGEE'S WELDING & RADIATOR slwt/e say.)

ra-'THn there's Cereal". Th fun

''HERE'S' GOOD NEWS'II tl* N. Oraag Af .e. Piss HI IKIrvk j .M wU( th' cosine la the! rear furl<,
.n>*HrvtkU "ac._ Spring mu unwMT seal. win tr snow-avthln('
srtUHds. Is) t', AM Dtlvwy ftcwiw ArmJUM ,** It.Cwr.tte< -.. nthiMiMt .a,.?I
I* .. tiger *>....sry to sane bio a *; *
tint hey t Co.-i iVertlbl
*r>, U ow. a ...>4rte ,.UHy h.... U y.. ewe a 14la 1-- - -. III *. Sills Ameekn'a.nry Im'
spoils tir*. Toy **. lot your defy'
Ik* e..Mry a ess*! tow yes .*. *. Magma 1*( vhal. holidays do for *I II.U.rff .

lor FJUL f.aa.pag with .* ....,. ..... PagmssIi Cotney Tire Servicec. w + : ....*..-A4 with icy low
C .n,.,.. t** ehou. you ran

*. a betel- S ..>... fc*.. ** In Y IU.n pw< read c... rat. J....... ard ivy"u.oa'.hJ.,iaesteel.. *..

.. .., M to $ mess bars eel en."....
rr .M Ufomalt BMMI cr 1 /-"" '" nr 4-* iiIh'striUitor "h'.. ..'n
Ills we,, ,
sell to Duke Q.It ....... ro. ... m. Oruce Fiat. I' I 11 **se ,]I... seeelsl t* I.
TIRE thl* mr er .... when
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PAGE SIX tap!!( County (drcsceut THURSDAY MAT 14. 1M4


Drr0tSao Twp _.. A* **_ ..*.. Vat TAP Twp Rao Ac .a_ ..... v.i.--TAO:
YOUR NO'l"IC.INotice Pt of farm 17 a* P& .t Ilk, .f NW14
In Dead Book lie rOC!. In 0,16 No.

la hereby given that on the 3rd day of June 1983..t rao.14 pag HI. . . It I MB Harold Mills I* 1.71 17 ot pate 00.{I.Lot. ..I. .aroe. .. 01 4 881 1 Mid-Stat.Co. 100 A1Pt

Green Cove Springs, County of Clay State of Florida tax Part of Farm II asroe. In O. n. No
l> d Book
In ... liE Beat COli.truetlon-
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sale certificate will be sold on the following described land to II pag 101 . . . It I HB Edna a Mills 111 LOS Up.. 110. Ca noo 11,81

BEST BUYS pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the sane, together Pt of In Farm Deed 17 Book area Lots Doctors 110 Lake II Elk E.I. II 4 II

with all cost of such tale and all advertising. In the II put 104 ... . It 1MB Dorothy Mills M. 100 '.0. l.tin ..,V. ... .. It II Jon 8ulU.

lists following S stands for section; T for township; R. for Lot 7 Bay Circle 8.D. 1. I MB Ralph B. Dan. Lots II A It BIk 1 vao. .Jr. 1000 71,11

I range and A for number of acres. son tOO 71." Doctors Iaki E.-
Lot II A II I*. 100 late 'HO a. reo. tD $1 4 IIO.R.

Uravrlplloa I.. Twp Kg A* N... A..... ".1. TACtaMAL ft. of Lot II aa '.0. n Date 1/.. II 4 U William Eo
-- Pt of KH ot NWH In U. It 41 pare HI Joyce 400 .7.11
I Alit OONDrriOM.NO MILK DELIVERYW.D.Morris of N1 H M ro. In Bay (;Ir<'l. a/D.. 17 1 II E Irvin Bobbins 1000 141.11 Part of NE'4:" a. reo.
O. It. No. II Pt of Lot I aa rao. In bred Hook lOT

872 .. .......Pag. .. 4 OE 1 Wayne Coody 100 U' In 0. K. No. II page pigs II .. ...... I 0118 hares S.Scott.
SSI Mouth "bor.0 .* 110 7.02
MILBERGERREFRIGERATION ./ No. 1. . . . 11 I MBI Richard H.Oarland Lot I et part 8/D
LoU 1 A nlk A. urue. 5000.71 Rio Blaaa Hla. An
In o. U. No. /8Pie. Lot 11 as rao. In part rsa I INo. in
Distributor 160 Kingrl.y 10 U. H. No. 41 pate 0. R. No. 8 pate 71,
Lake Village I no... 11 OE Shamrock 5South Bnons page 111 No.Il .
Con.truotloll ./0No.l.... ..... II MBII WltmaC.Todd 17.41 Date 10' l'Io. II
All Jersey Milk Co,1no, 110 U'Klnlul. Lot I* Plnocnit ./0 non page see l'Io. Ipaaa /
4 SERVICE Lou 1 A I nile 0 10 Lot It PlnicnatB/D 17-11 ID Paul P. Tom. 110. No II

., laks lID 11 II Ie Jolla J. Ik'bur 100 '.11 Lot II es. pt rue. Union HOt 114.10 page toe No 11 .
Air (.....1..1.*., H.fHa-... ... For Lot 1 King.ley Lake 10 In heed Book 71 pane 151. No. II
aad HratlB firvle* Village s/D .. . 11 liE Loul. L.Walnwrlght. yare 171 PlnacmtgD pate '61. No.1
I U E Edgar E. Babb HO 14.11II 51.. Not
9 8. Palmetto Street HOME .000 107.1Pt + pas
DELIVERYCALL of Elt: of W"% Part of 1.01. II urea pegs $1. No.6
Home Phone 184-9780 of E.% A pI. ofWli In O.K. No. Upag page .01 .. . ... I I 2$1: J.Lo Codlll 100 0.10Pt
Bualnens Phone 184-9511 .f It...t of E'Itu 411 Laka Oi- .1nova of Lot I u rHo
I84-9949 I84-J168 reo. In O. U. No. Acru B/D. .. II 1 HE) J. FFson.Thomp In Deed nook 101
or I p... 73 .. .... I I 01E: John Holton 1000 11.44 la1.ri. 100 10.11 pan .11 . .. .. 1 !1E n. W. fl.k.1 1000 nUt
TV APPLIANCE 8E" ... lot. In tan wIt, of NH' ..... H 1 ME 10 .* 100 IAN: Pt of Lot I as rea
drum "'V" par Part of Sections, II In feed Book 101Dale
SERVICE TRADING POST eels I Sold br Meta A tl lying II' .... .... I liB Jar V. WII.eber .
a Hound. .. Blk 11 I aka 0.> 1000 .1.10
We Repair AO Brands lion ...... . Laka
I !15 Frank Landrum 100 81,2$ niva H/D A ft of Lot 5 u tee.
Servicing Clay County Lou It I/ I? A0/ O.niva w r.o In .
CARET'S TRADING POST : In D..d Book 1page
to 1 randrum 8/D 11m Frank Landrum $00 11... Dud Book 11 II
For Sliteen Years Pt of 8JO" a reo. In '. p. .... . I JIm Allis .... 1000 11.10 111 A 0 nalr.
WE BUT SELL TRADE leap Ira 54 .a. part tea In
Orange Park Ph. 1648565FULLERTON'S o. n. 0 Pan 111 7 I lIE H.rbertL. IIXIOOO Lot In O.It. Plat Book 8 an
Three Joe.lIonalII Anders, Jr uo n. 14 peas III Rldg* 1 Rio Wanca i$58D
Lest 11 a rea In field I'arle0 1 It i HB Lowe Ed. oo . .... ... 1 I $SE J,1. CodlJ1 100 U.II
E. Palmer fit. Ph. 114-1210 71UC No $1 age i 1000 71." Lot' n. part lID
'ta lakiIII Part of HWH ai pee
14 N. Orange Ave Warehouse A antiques-old .. .. ... ... ..i I 7 I JI m Julian m..Iohn.ulI. In "-.,, Book (4 1I.I.hI.In Rio Blanca. . ... . 1 I 811 J.L. Co.dlll 100 11.11

Green Core Spay 184-4044 Gym Bldg., S, Orange Are. Lot 1Si.. E'iy U' no 'U.1. pan i* lags 171 Ill A or.No. It I 111 Hubert Part of Lola 1 A 1

."BIO TOP" tent-Standing of er.t.1 I. a k 100 $HUO Rio BI.nea Hate
lit.. .. reo. III o. n. Part of Qov Loll I alP n. pt r.c IIIO.
Blvd. at& Rldgewood .1:0: $1 Pa'. / ., 1 O5 ILI.Eolyard UOD IIU' alameIn lipid. R. 7211.. . .. I !/E John dill.. Cog- 11011.01
BEVERAGES !aka nedford Book Ipsi.. 117
Furniture and appliance at Camp Site /0... 1 I II E: Th.lma Harrl. .00. 10',1' *0. nurl nc In De.4 Lou t A Lot IA and
a ran. Book 71 pag HI 11 1 II E Hush Edwards 1500 1It.1I 4A Rio Blanca I
bargain prices Itfc rnoJ.\ :t1C. page 100 1 1 II m Flor.n n. Part of HH. of NKH: H.llht.0 . .. I I HE: J.L.cogdin no II."

PAUL'SAU Ol..un 100 .... ai rue In OR No. II Lot IA AA A
UPHOLSTERINGBAXLEY'STRIMSHOD Pt nf 8'd, of 1111:'" as pag 141 H t II Ie J.m.e L. IA Klo BlaneaHtlithta I
too, In Dad Hook T.tllm 1100 II." S/D . . I I HE J. L. Cogdlll 111 Ut
Legal Beverages It ..... .U u. Part of BE H of BEH L<,t 7A Rio Blanca

Open I A. M. to 1 A. M. part lo.P in.D.od a* no 'in O. 1II HilKht ./V ..... 1 I HB J. Cogdlll K 1.11
moot Ill. 1 I 21 B Harold
Mal.0 .71 pag* 101 tl 4 t1E Mid flutesHom.a Lull LOA to IA Inc.
Daval County Un. Pt of .SI4 .f NKI4!: .. Inc. 10 /1 Rio Ulanca heights

North of Orange Park Complete Auto A Furniture rift In Dood .JlookIt Part of BKH" of BEH: B/D . . .... . I I HE: J.L.Codll1 100 lt.4I '
. .
. I I
are lot 11m Edna D. MUll $00 II..' u ree.In O It. No. ..
Uphohterlng N of Mft, nf $E14:" ci II pig 117 . .. II 4 liE Donald V. Lols1/.la 11a
r.n. In bend. !took 10 1.11 roc. In O. K. II
BOATS 1400 W. Idlewlld Ave. 1pagi 10.. . .. I I 11m Dorothy )I. Lot tt Las Acres pair 11 A 41 pan
Ph. 184-1505 Mllb .0. 10.08 Unit t 11 I II E N. R. Major 4 .... I HB
I Ii of Lot U North
INLET MARINA Green Cove Springs, Florida Shore, /1Ja'i' .. I I 11m C. M. Lov.n na 0.0. Part of Oov Lot I Et.1 1100 14.1. J r. 1000 144.14

f Free Estimates: Pt of NW'A roe Ala* no In Dead. VWH, ol 8WH, ...
i1 In 1a4 nook JOl Book 10 pag 17* part SILO In t
MERCURY JOHNSON Free Pirk- and DeliveryHandle par. 410.e. pt r.... n. part rio In O.It lilancaHeights .o. I HB LCogdill 100 11.'.
up In n.../ Vuok Ill No. pas Ira No. Lot I ... part Tto
ENGINES Any and All of Youi p.n III .,.. . ... .0 1 SI5 10 Iurnard E II pare III, No. H In O. R. N04
CROSBY BOATS Upholstery NtNll1IIAROLD Firth I Jr. 100 11.01I. pare III II I II E Paul P. Tom page 11 A Lot 4
Lot It Par ol 14 a leon 1100 11.11 n. W 14* ft LotS
KK-ZV Tlt."' ,..IU' BAXLET .,. In n. It. Nn. 11I. Part of flo.. Ut I 0 i A NH of 8M I,.
SALES A SERVICE .". Ill McKay.5D a* rao In O.K. No t-Ir- Inn N County
Owner A Upholsterer1 ITS .. ... .. .. ... lack O Maho. I pate I... II I liE William If lid .. .f. ....... 10 I HE t4l Lanu. Corp 4100 lll.ilU
OUTBOARD REIAIR EDWIN BAXLET I a.y ioD ILOIt .00 .... All Sea U lying a
Iltr IT Orange Park Lot 5 "Ik t A. Lot Part of Oov. Lott of Ulark Crick A
I ,. Son and Upholsterer 4 yrs. IIIk l a rea In ai no In 0.1No.. W of Bradley.
Phone CO MillION C. A. HUMMEL I 0,16 No II pin II pace Itl.. ... II I 1110 O.erge W.Robuu. Creek ix. part I ol HOI n...
II a a 114 1 Shorts 101 .... arced Road..... I HB It LaRu. Corp
Upholsterer I yrs.FBKK No, / r..t... .. 1. I lIE N"111. M Not H ai roe In O.Tt. Lot II Oreen Cove
PAINTING I Rldddl 10014N No.1| oa.. I IIIIn.nn Uarden.oo oo. .. I HB Chr'ieA' II I."
Lot 4 nile t a Lot A lino,.
I ESTIMATES: I !lilt 1 Ssndy 8hor.s "/" I 11 I 211 Charl.e F. Pt of NEH: lie r*..
No 0 .. .......oo. I/ 1 III .Am i.riln Winton 10011.t In O. R. No. II pig
QUALITY ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1400 1111PtW..t Lot 4 .. n* In D..d pan lIT oo. . .... II I HEt I MIHomru.I : ??
r Slit Book 111 pan 411
ORANGE PAItKUI'IIOLSTEItY Black Crock Ea1 Part of NWU of
Put: of Camp at.a B/D '.' . ItUt t II 1 O. 1 Taan.r 100 11,11 NEU: ai no. In
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE ; J :' .. Ito :, 11 JlI: North lid.Homia I a* n.. ,In O.:n. ,,,,n O. K. No. 17 pageIll
III' 1000 $1.10 44 par III Black II . .,, II I HB 1 Adolph Browe 101
Archie Fadgett Lau Tower Creek Eatatu: "/0 It I MBl Norman B.Mor.Ami.e. Part of NBH a* row -
II'tD,. 11 I JI II Robert IL IIXIOU ..
WARNER ., lot 10.11 In l .d Book No.
On Klngsley. AveH Just Jackson .1. II." Lot 11 Black Creek II 41 page 71. .. .. ,4 HB Harvey :irt: i. 100 ,_,,
SOS Glendening Road East of II"', ITFh. PI 0' Farm 17 u K.lalM 8/D . . 11 MBl John F. Relay lot ..... "
roe In laid honk Part of Ut t ** no Part of NKU" a rie.
Orange Park. Fla.. Ne. COn"111 I 11pc n l 'In pan III II HE: Fro Frlibi tot l.ll in O. K. No. 14

Phone ....IU. Orange Park Fla. -. . _I" I JIll.. J. SMIlblldn {O.-111C .. ". ct'N':hid: :.Book a* rola II I _Dan.I.III n t15II,11 ..

..... 111. O. R. No. 1 oche ice .i.f . : . :: 14 I .11I: Dllrh'm Arllne lOt "
II. Duo No. Port Df NP\4:\ a. ten.In .
LROAL HOTICB I 11 owe. .NI. 111 II I 'U: W. HXII0/ 0. 14. No, 1/ pass I..'
Rub.n lib ft... .. ... U I llie S.rt Hooke III
I [ ]L"Ij..S111F.JII/ IDYk\1)1S1[! Pert of IIW\4\ or Purl or NEV: as r.n.
IIW'" of NICI4 astoo R No. Ias
In n. 1. No. 5/ II r . . 14 0 IIBI 1414 StatsLO
Ctit'NTT JUDaS IN AND FOR 1101 11,11
CLAY pore u. . ... . II S 1.1 O..r.
1'OUJJItAICIO Roberts If011.11 Port .f NE'" ofNWuh
'. - Part 0' NE'{ .. roe In
as rea
FOR RENT-1 room furnish 1- .__ I IN "IO FILL MOo '.. h0. It. II pet. $54 II 1 I II: Ocerge W.Rolo.rt. haute 111
FOR SALE ll-ft. Heard 1 !BOTICBJ lio111 :4., .. It 1111 1 Ca"
ESTATE OP )r. .. COTTON :::: m. II."
.. apt., at 101 West BU 150 - "- Pal of NK'4' es ,..
beat with IS..... J.b.... ,.- with lightand water. Phew NOTICE or dwiaicd.FII.INH PETITION I In O. 8t paw Ill II I 041 Mid sat.Hem. Pal of NEld': a r.e.In .
IN CIRCUIT COt RT. ropRTii ... low 0181 II." D..d lookf
gins and trailer. All laeellent .. FINAL
ace ....11I1 S-T-e' JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OPPUmiDA PUR ANCILLARY DINCKARlin EXDCUTOR.OP I Pert of NICI .. . II 1 t1: Tommy 'llon 111 14.11 Pu. 14I .. It III: LtlAu::th III. ..
Mndltlent fer |1TI. CLAY COUNTT, Part of Nil K NWy D
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FLORIDA.. IN fllANCKRT Urn I Ie h.riby alrm that Ihava I .. Pr in(0.14./1 Part 01 NJV" a r.o.r.I .
Call GC8 ...-..U. WANTED-Eiperleivfod Weld. air flaal rotors ai
I i No III paaa III ... II 1 111: IiE. .LI.IIUOOI. 1,11 In No. page
I NATIONAL MOAT ancillary naculor of tko ulatif NWI .I.I i Durb.mArha 110 I."/
M and burnt Call MeOeVsWeldlnf FEMCRAI: r. of N1 "( It liP
II. L. tfoca di
Cotton. that
II and Radiators Bbep tIAUH ASSOCIATION, a torpor.atloa I kava fll4 my potltloa or du :: roe : Doid II" of PIRV" ./ NKU1of

I FOR BALE-I used pelt pre- OCI 1".1111 I I, etc. PlaintiffKCNNKTIf and Irlbullon that and on Mar for final II. 1.14 dlackargt.I *HI Ii think/ II'... pili part ,111o7 .. 0. ':tW:1: .a Des.tee..n 4 JIll I Nona;: ;,"lda N01.11

I It R. .. 111 II 1 115 1'4, "oh U.
peeled.. 1' ... newer with I \'I apply to its )lloaorahl ,. age
FOR SALE b.... : R. KKLINKA aid J HlT.ra. County Jadg"l Part of N'40 of NW", h.holl If1.11 Lot It Elk t a. Pee.In .
Clinton n..... -
h.p. en floe LILLIAN" N. BRUNKA ,kl* wtta, County. Florida, for . .. Ice In U. IL It O. R. It Pas
MeGe Welding and RadlaUrShop .n .M 100' i lit. hilltop IN' rxfindaal o aid nlurni and for aa order of paw .11 . . . . II I .45 I William T.llen.u I" M.d.wbrook William n.
| NOTIIM or at IT dlatrlbiillon and. far. final.. II' .... l'.11 MOo I. ..... ..
Maclarrs 1111 $11.1/
Fbene 114-1141 I.'.. tlon. II.. needs ImprevesneniGed I .
1 TUB liT"'I'_ or FIXJRIDATOI eharge .. ancillary"' .....t. Port .r HW" a ice
and Investment property.1 KENNETH R. BELINKAaad' the will af II. U Cou.a,.1"1 I" O. 04. II 5450 N$0 I $0I: Jima Eareke. IN './$ dAte 1,011 Ne. P.II.I. J. n...
BREED. ........
LILLIAN N. EELINKA: his Wit. la.u.f.. tU"
B.. It
O. phene
Write r. .r
i t'nkaowa Martha Cnitea. n.,..., Port .f NW" a roe
INO Eipert U artlflelal la. 114-1141 Friday evening .r body nollfl.d that Ancillary Kioeutar I. I..... Iko9I1 711aSi ins I' ItllI 1 IIPII. E.Iliew

aemlnatloa When your sew lire a lull Vu. has ire *... tllad. sa4at pea .."*. l-t, II, III, Ia' .. .. .. II I O 5: 8urlalr Air tr.1t N. I. .. t lIuIl4..1.0.. 1111 141.1/
Saturday. Port .r NW" a p.. J.ollaoa lee ....
.... aadthat
iMltl.d ,
dy. let us knew Immediately.Fhene in Ihi abave ". t. I. ..... link $4 Lot 1 nlll as ,..

OCIIIt.IUI. Ml- FOR SALE-t bedroom hoo., III* your you sro aaaw.r k.roty wilt nauin4 the Cl.rk -LI:04i' i oTiraNOTIOK = --1 pica la$8 1Nd 0. Ibok pard. $:Io..Bdlalr K.1 G.R;

doubts garage with apt. .... of ,this Court, ... la some a /0 ..... II 5 U. ,.. .mr' Na. l.. .. ........ North Homes llide law 1111 111.10Iaitrll'hu
.r.of tk plalatltfr
FOR RENT Nice. I bedroom. I room Milage, belli rented.Ii. ropy plalMltl'a', apes aiuraiy, chaos OP INT No. pia. .11. II I $0I I Jetll Las 111 U. .11.

I house, newly. painted Inside andcut Same and addna lai, nKtllMTIiH FICTITIOt'U NAaIRNotk : Pwlyefai ni Is NSa' I. .. .. North aldIho.
flnarn charges owner ""lIuM. BTHATFORD .. I. kinky III... ikit ... .... 1111 $40.11dICdlh
resioflsbi*. large yard, s,- law ..... ... ..... tk Deed IRmO .U .
held. iMHgage, .r will trade Ailoraiyi at the .1. ,re.1. ..n.
I ...... In 0 171. II 1 II
I Baildlag.Jarkaaavllla .1..... ., .. Silt. lass Nee Nenb Aldo
pllanrta luralahod. Call I',..., III paresis .t. .. .
for JaekaenvlUe preperty Florida ., Florida Act *( lilt, will ,.. Lit II a I'S t. II Mulch, Pr.. .. $10 I1.10. / "m Homo I... 4111 1.....

Farms. n'.I2II.| lotto Phone t4-M7T |I I I I nil lies Ikaa h. *, A.tX ..... plea, with Ik* Clark af taaCircuit 111..11. K (1... .paaa. ...$07,.. II L1. 1 RI" f 5.11.
Mort" aide
If fail t* 4a a*, duty pro .. Coat la sad for Oar .
you N. L.
t-U-i d.maad /0. . . .. II 1 1.11 Rkba-s. H. air. t'ait Hansa leaN. 11.14
nliof la
you far the Canaly Wlal of FUrlda apes .
AdmUsccaeat _- --._ ...r.... will a* *alr4 *s* ail af crest of piKlUattaaaf .tot S 51iek Creel h. Nfail Let 10 "III I\.n.
DO NOT READ THIS HELP WANTED Ik* raMplalat, this a lktk* Fmillaa . . l'.1t M. I. .. N.rt1l Side
I Tilt aalar .f lilt salt. .. aam* of while Aul lion.Uicaod 5h.ra 1'1. I. II I 1,11 Wo.i.7 Cooper U. 11.11 nP ..' Ho.... low 1111 11114i.n.

IF poor Impala Is wee than MALI OR FEMALE r..I....'. ., a man,.,* aa Ik* ".f... H. ...r''...'.... Lot rhino 11 111..11 M. .( .. II 11I II A. Mute .N 11.11 I "III II
11..*. a ...tlla. IF pen ....4 NEEDED AT ONCE-Fmll apart "roMrty Mla al.d la Oay c....,. Mik.rala. RlOroaa 1.1 II plash Oak ".1"1 1 M. ClarteeaSnld.ero. e. lea. 111 111

..... than yea are preeentlynaklnf. time man Of woman ,. KlarMa.Ul. II. Work 4aarrlM4 t. M eat.adw....*.... ".. Cawptuie .Las1 5bcta. Slack N.' I.Creek. . .. II I III deer )lapse III U' 004 tas ... Nn

.1"' .. are willing t i fall Na. I _rdlag ta plat I.'. 14. H. A II ... 1'1.' 1... .. 1 I I'll Mark are.. 151 /( II .... It
wen WatklM .uUs..r. U:i tocnrd.I5 Fist Book /. '.* .r. It/l M.II...... BID . II 1111: C"II B. IIXI/II4

.. work and awe yea .wauUaa Green toes ......... Goal In.I I 1 It' aad' It. p.blle .rooard. of Le' .to,.111M M. ..CreekIS. .. . II I 115 Thames .A- 0,..." 054$ .....

Ue. . Florida.T.i.'kir 4NIL 80T71 1m110 114 1111 W Pa.. sea leAKIsac.
*) N. luvMtsMAt St wltki .
nme. yew OIL 'I'AC8I1U.I
.. .Let 0$ .. .. Creek Itf
Bring Ule ad UlQBlS4Sana awn Uurs Write 0. .. RuM*, /hero. N..II., $1 I In R.,. K.5maoa. *551141081)1 llie r. :=. 1011000
,l I TNEM tay load aid tk* 000 .1.1.
Diolag Roam. Dept !.>. F. 0. Rot IttT. Mesa.pkla ..,1 af acid' Cowl at tina C..* 1:1:: TII* (11t\''' COURT cp Pt at In It ktW" I" 11.11 Let 'I ae rea I.

Green Cove tprtngs Team.rn. l-ll-p Mona FIH4a Ikla Ilk 4.7.f CLAt CWMTt. FtOHIDA .... IIra .i 114 0 5.0 cola $08
May AJX IM*. la CNANCEHIN a. +c r 114 15.4. (0.05 I/D.. II / !1I JI NNis HOm
tiN MS (sharp. ) SalarLy.Mai FOR'RXVr : I t 1 n.rll.f the hat III ..... .. as .ft, II 1 SIR ,..1 F. Te_ lilt
1 Wdreeai keweeetapkUty ..kB Aide Pay INU.".. 11 ('Peieoa .
1IU. By Vl 'la M. 4asa. IONAll Let
tarnIshed air .*..1 I 1 txpaty Oorki ..eleulfMAm ./ Ii too. ,aaa liP . . . /1 / lie H.wWmkk
I .4NE .1a tH' UII
This te a buaiaeae eppertualty.1 I .. .. I .

worth laveatlgaUuit inland 114-0111.. III Bar Sbee.I-IION. N.n. I i 14l> M. '/. IV II |>*...0.1"...alma gel . .... 1 lie v. ..,.T... 11IIN4 Pert N .c p,.W 11. 1a II pace...

. . . .P strr its .'U" ..Mil" No'gtt O Pee // II 1\er1.. '.1..
or .
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I [::: AREA::BUSINESS: i : :DIRECTORY! :: .J I I4NipNN4 TOO. a la salt AMU,lie aa.IIKHKBr**ow__:imbued Cited NOTinKDtaal aeajaalla row** east a a" ...,,.HW".. III 0.It..r Warns 1814 .a.1I rood 11. Sas./1a0I.papa rsesa11. $10 RAIL. 01 ,1 1R II w.Ikw 111.Tad I.. IIN 1010

PI4 hO> 0 f Sal to* .,* h"t*"r n.*.in4. 1ooars 1pa9.. /la II lie. sow le 6 11N.
apse Sal. III CI 14P1 :
III .. 14NAIycsad
.. ., Mae
aaai aad ,. raw 'a n .. 100.
a-nxmiut 1.'tOall lUFll-at ISJV1PMKJIT: .*..... poor anti. ..*.-..*. If 15ae. t... 11 1 II I R C Cola I IN n. ree..t1 10/I I.'. B 1111440wars.
... la Ik* lull a4 aia4alal la.aM 8'r .town ., 010. .U'
: .H. tap of wkktk to 4*. ..row I: Do. ..1 1 oar sari ....
AIR, BASE FVKMTIEE rot sic M.4 .. ..<* .-..... 0. at ....... Ile paso 110a Ie hound. ..... /t
FIB. Fnra/' / EASTCRUNG!\ FIURMACTR AMCKJCAXOmCE ....... ....* t A.U 14. U' ....a .U. pass lit Ii 111wi111
M**.ia tad sal M darn . .. I H. .
SUPPLY CO. P* I" a .It. 11 $.s AJPO4t4.1. t1N 8111 11 Tbaesa.R
CarpnlngjOnmplpte "ppliallCWot. rmertpUQO SrrrkeCumpkU _r..n *m W ..lf..4 *..!- L14.11aIItt u.N.Jr 1ft SAfI
IOM60M Fanl. hlage tiT fN la* LA'rot'e' U. 1 8 aa I. G $1.Ha .Pt'S.1N cc sow
Upyd K. Jooe Jr. OWMTBiwUluu *f Mopta.alTNa 1 II Ill Mel D... a.
Ro M>*'4| IUHL CoameOe t>pt ATl'lia or PAID aXTT ..........Paso. 0D It III .... R Mf Wtt I :.. 14. I $43 1 Albert legal It Ut
ha ...... EV I..*.. PKIX.I FoN Mmw* :. ... .iq nnCa .. Rte .i x5'"
Cameras FUmtFtMnaaceuUral In t VtlTXKMI, cay Ned aad Ik. .r I I rot bA 5.Na .
TRAILERS Office Bupgtlvee and .say! .4 said hat .l 0.... Can : hafr..I. ,,,R$5an 11a... I... .. I I 8 ...*.. J.
Shia.a, FlwMa. able. 4 Net Pacemakers and Nanette I. CAKiJaLK. 1490 40I . oo .. .. 1/ .u Ana. I Trs1 It w ..a Na
MorN for Travel ffotk Ct-l, :, 100%::" IN UsaroatGR1. .' R 0 as 801w..S
Une ef Or4iln k. tr taa M. Ft K Iwn w 1x11," 'I. lb.r.. 0 n1.. It I MRM *b ... R I
Used Trailers-Bank Financing '*.*4y Oia ., ,.... .... 1111
MIT KunyrH Ur4. tOlt BUstdtag SOIL Card j r. .app I II pads $01 a 111. I' $11 II" ..... Pam N Ut t flarfa
AH_*t rM PlalaMfTA4r __..... u.. 04.71a. SIB ., Len I* ..
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES, lae.FT Juknndlle fV S-0714 J4U-I7' Part M JWUoa1DrI P. (X ...* lit M at IRt4 at "W"I .,,.... a..e a w <
S-ISTI tie**. C**. >"a*.. t1e.10. I rM la n a. N.. r- to Mad BMl ."
4-1. 14, It II It as 101. II' $11 1 C P. A&a_ IIN 1I&t. 14. II*, I MR IX L. IktaaJ HH til




Dnrl ttaa Bo* Twp Kg* A, fc... Aced V.L 'Ta1.0feminEil (, DeamptOaN Twp ... A. Mavo A.*.. VaL 'T.lPtoc lksrlpto.N Tq.*. A. KIM A..... V... 'TC DaertetI.aa. Twp .e. A. ..... A..... 'Ya" TAO'

Bnd 14A Plat Book 1. Pica Uta I I Elk VX Lell 1 I I Elk 11) "
E. II . . . . . . . "..nn.tI. Hhanda PlaL Plat .lIow.bID Park Clubs Boe lot. ....
tat. BID . . . Hcln O. Lugo Til !{.." Book t pac I . Leonard Lots.. I a 11111 III
Johnaon III II." N IT ft of EU of 5Ju51 1000 n.ft .1I0..1II>> Park .. Ll1l1aa Ioyo1 100 1,11

part d 8EU re. I Ut, W tylna- N of Lat II Bile BBMiand. Lots. I 1 "III IU
In O. R. 1pa S.! II Ortaa Cova Plat. Plat l..lIow.blo Park . OJ W. Ko.lI\n.klj\

417 ax part rao. tnO. I Sprlnca . . .. .. . Lusclu.8alter II* /.1 IIMaml Book I pac I... Acne V. Jane* 114 1.4.. "'''".K,
R. 14 pac 441 T I HE )lleI 8tat. Part of Lot t Ilk CU II, II IT cc. 11.,1.,4 100 ....
Home. inn SOOt Tl 14 1 II Smith. Plat or Ut T. I : I* BIN Lot f Rlk III P.O.
Farm ... 111 I Lot U Blk 1* U Oold.n O. I. low.hlp Park J. IC, Ilopklnl 50 1.11
14 Wolf ./D. . I I HE Alb.rt Bhanda! Plat aa rao.In Manor . . . Ern.tTlppln. 100.1 Lot 8 1580. DPI\:

khl.m.ln 1104 till I U R. 14 oar Lot 1151k 11 a* rat' low.hlp Park . . Wm Eaton: .0 1.11
farm Ias real In 141 North 8ub rba ... m
la (OR.1 tat I mil 110 1'.1.

o Wolf R.5. BID page. .444. . I I IIB: Joann tie I Oren Cons Bprlnca8H Urkt. ( JM 1414 OolJ.n Oats Manor . 0orc A.Smith.. .Jr. Ml 10.11I'ut Lot "/.bl\f1l\ Park 111 Pe\: N. P. For.Lrg It I.U

Palms 1500 gist of Lot 4 Bile II nf lot 11 a. ree. 'b Park Otto .,b." '0 1.11
IS 11 a* roe. I.'t'
you NS Uraaa Cove In Pwxt Book lit / 111 1.I l:

In0.R/nag. 11 I Borlnca . ... .. Wilbur Law.oa It* 1.1.. as7 ex part low.blp Park . . Jo..pllln.

lID Bradley. .*..Trlplatt. . . . 1 HE 'I'b"mu C.Carter KW of 0"Lot..1 Bile Cov ttMJ I rr'8.0 In O.I R.O.P.4* pal. ... O. Huron Lot f "I" III 1'.1. Watts 10 lTlow.hlp
lOtt T4 44rllmerC.
In tool Till I Hprlnc . . . . . W. R. Hall II* I.1Nor IIJooph Fwlm.r / Park D. R Ilensb I' 1,11
Lot MA a* tea B Mar* Elk'18jF.Ilow.hlp
Ut t Elk Lots 1A It
I* IIIBr of Lot 11 Blk Itaa
O. R. IIn. thall "0 ..0. I Park J.. I. Posts UO 1.11
.dl* Trlolatt8D rae. In 0. R. II C). P. . . . . ... \ HXBOO Lot I Hlk l1/ r,1.IowsOlp :
1 IIB!: Cecil II. H... 110 till paca III NS' Or.. Johnson toot 117 tt Park . . .
part 0" NEU: otI Con Bprtnc .. jam* tit t ItPaulino lot II R of H W Edsoith r"I'N UI

W1a a* rea In 8W of Lot 11 Bill It II't 81aur..In0.Ii. Lots f. IA II. Rlk

D.*d Book M pan Na Uraaa Cora II pac II or Part .00 .lIow.blo I'rlt W. H. (sissy U. u.
n. . .... . 1 HE 11 ..11., \mh r. Borlnia . . .... rae In U H. It
ipoon tot it.UI Johnson tot III pac II 80 lOoP. Paul C. tats I A 1 IlIk It J. W. 51k.sSouth .
pNW ot BEU: ot Lot 1 B II ft. ofa I Armstrong Ill II.TlOrtni 1oIhldl.bur.. Ihlre It tallKaei

a* ro. In 10* I.. of ut tWk av It of Ut II a* r**. ; .
O. R. 4 paca 141x II Nil' Ur.... In O. K. T pac* IM I hit I. ,, .A' 11 1110 Wm 1C. CO"

r.rl''in. In Cova Sort,.. ..... Alnl. B.rrl.14... llllM. 1015 80. I OP.. Park ure. I" Rt.y ..
O. R 41 pac II.. I HE Oltl N.Adkln. A lot II x III ft. In Und Co. HOI 14IIWllm.r Lots II 1& II Kin..

III t.OSt '. Lot I Blk II a* Ul I I a* re. In I . . . . . . .. Mlus, Aeeuls
part of NWH of rao. In l>..d Book o It.0 pai litBerrlcr Tompkis" lot 11.11Addltlon
$N4 a* re. In I pat 14 Nil B/l . . Oat 1Aron SmIlA1
O. R1 p.ce'U I liE Edward W. Uracn Cob Sirius B. Jordan 14104 ITI.II I . . . .. 'II: LorrlnAel .

et.rr Ml 11." A. ltvana Part of Ut 14 a. ro. I Nol s 101 1,11as

part ot NKU of A. Ullobtnon In oil II paa* IIIHw .1 Lots I A 1
gWi a* rea In I'M* Ill I op . . Th.lma Au.tln Ml I ItMaa r.... In lard
0R11pat's USpfrV N 1ft.. of Ut 1 Ut I Hlk 1l.e, | t I IIno" II Dap 111ao
IIo''lii t I H E Carl B ....k. t0Li. Miller S. 11. of Lot UP.Ut . . . . .. . Fisher IMI 11.1'1 K.Ilpsssll
: ofBWlt 1 Blk IT NS' Urn I Hlk I aa trf Ills, II 112 J. ... .mlt" 1111 11,01
a* r o. In Cova Springs .. . bun O.John.oa. III 0. IL M pac Mlw Lot HIS 1 A: P.ilr..klsnd "
O. R. II pate IT! I I MS: Morliai III 1114 . . Mid ut. .
meet Foundation >. IOP. "..m.. Ino. II11,1' Sill ., I/ 1111 W. 1C. ,..
Part of Blk 1 of Lot
04.. "r. 0111 U'.II
Inc. 100* Ml.ItS I Blk II a. ,_ la Ut I. t. 4 I IIlk.. WX4MXII ....t I Silk' II ....
Part of Oov. Lots 1 0 H. Mo.' II .aca II 8.e. t OPK . .. tnlnlno is of M...
Alia rao. In P..d 114 .. U. U.rrl.n r .t.r 14* II.wllllt.lIl.n4Inef..m

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IT pair Ml *x. part NIl.t, w im ft. ot ut 11'. .. ".. .In
In O. R. SI Lot I 8c. I 0 It. Ii In
rae. Blk t of Ut iSilk II pat.
pal I4T. . . . . .. 1/E: 10 Nrrraoklln lOot ,.... 1 Elk II .. 0. Der. I UPUt . . . . . . ('..nt' MM llttt I NPush.. Pill . 11 1 IIIC lime C. R....

rlaa SID Slat Book Iles. Oe1111,11
part of Oo.. Ut 4 par II .. ., /t.v.a Jon** 14 tII t Rlk M a* tar. tilts 10. II. /1. II.
aa reo. In O R. 11 Loll 4 Hlk 4 of t'i t In O, R. 1* ' '
pac IMEK . . . . T II E Jotin HMcCrtry. Bib II aa r.o. III. I .it pas l Coo., . Char).* Ndhtm u; II, 1I : t/ Lang
10* llll III 1044 Uf."
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O. R. II P". 11 City Mmona'
> of NBU of 8. O. Barrlaa SID Ul T ilk P aa tea l/om. {Com
NEH a* rac In plat Book I, pacaPart in O R No. t paaaIII ritually l/111 11//t
411. | t || E 1* Wm. Ambroclo 10* III Triumph Tn* Let.. I. a 1 ISIS II
OR" pap .I . .. . . . ... : llollr. Point ra Ja.... W. IIXMMBweaLJr.
$Wi( Church Kli.. long IIr..r"
'14 of IW4 of Plat H**. lor.. loll 1111Lot Cltr W.marl.1
11 'liE I John Wo" II 1.a.r.aln0.R1 ." dim of tied It.m. {'.m.

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4 of Ut 1 Dill I O BladlorM.rtorl 1101 17."
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pica* Park BAD II 'II E R. L.. Con Dell 100 II.ttIt p... 114 8 II B r.rlanBn 8" of 8 Ul of Ut p.Sr.nrK 1aa.;

Part *f BBU of8EU Plat Book II Part of Ut Cllr . . . N.mort.1

a* r*o. In 1 pai* tl ,, Is.. rao In O It. "... c...
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In Blk I oj Lot tBlk 111'. . 11X144Ullmour 115It.f IL< / 151StT
part of NE:* InDeed II aa rICo In II** III II / lass rill"II

8BVL a* rto. loved Book 41 pass lilt . . . . tars McMul.
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PAGE EIGHT QtaV! ounty Crcsccut

I ORANGE AVE. BAPTIST : .: --, :---- ", ,.." . -- -- __jJ'

I MARY, MAY 1TTH I Mrs Moore and Mrs. A. D. r'-- WHITE ENRICHED1LB.39c
r Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pacettl, son left for their home In Ma- Duck were delgates to the
A drama trio of the Orange
r Avenue Baptist Church will of Ft. Pierce were the guests lone New York recently having State Federation conventionheld
t last week 0 f Mr. and Mrs spent the winter here. in Jacksonville in April.
present a religious drama In
the George Boatwrlght and Mrs Both gave brief but very interesting .
I church auditorium on Sun-
Mary Pacetti. Mrs. Herman Reed was the reports.
day May 24, at 7:30: p.m. The
last week-end of her elected officers
The newly
play I "Rorer William and AE
Mrs H. O. Stone, of Jacksonville daughter and son-in-law, Mr were Installed by Miss Bonnie
Mary la an hour long drama
f dealing with the hardshipsfaced Is the guest this week of and Mrs Harold Williams of I Dean Baker, a put president,
, M Mrs A. B. Reid. Palatka. who briefly outlined the duties
' by the young Puritan,
I of each and asked the membersto
Roger Williams, as he endea.
I : Mr and Mrs Elmer Johnson the officers.
vored to gain acceptance of his: Mrs Fred Langenhorst, nelce support
ideas of separation of church of the late Mrs. Iris Bell, returned had as their guests last week. I The officers are: Mrs Alex
and state. Modern In staging to her home in Winter end their son Julian, a student Pupkln, president; Mrs. Frank
and interpretation, the play I II I Haven after spending a week I at the University of Florida, Canova first vice president:
, I offers unusual insight into the in Green Cove. I Mrs. Johnsons mother and sister Mrs Deward Priest second vice
Mrs Frank Green and Mrs. A. D. Duck,
: life of this great Christian. president; Mrs.
: I Appearing in the play: will be j Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tllley, of I Allene Tadlock of Madison.PKDRONI recording secretary; Mrs. ElmerJ.
Keith Wheeler as Roger, Mar St. Augustine spent last Tuesday Johnson corresponding secretary -
tha Ethridge as his wife, Mary, (, in Green Cove visiting KLKCTEI: :; : ; and Mrs. Herman
I' I PUPKIN These officers,
and John Hlghsmlth as the friends.Mr OP LIONS PRESIDENT; : Reed treasurer.
The annual luncheon and the
narrator. The public is cordial I meetIng the installing officer
I ly invited to attend. I I and Mrs. Edward David- Frank Pedroni was elected and Installation of officers past president each received a "
last week as president of the of the-V. L A. Woman's Club dainty corsage, the gift of Mrs. '' 1M :

Orange Park Lions Club- was held last Thursday at noon Pupkln, which were presentedby
Other new officers, who will In the clubhouse Mrs. W. B. Lucas. I Ann Page Apricot or Ann Page
NEW AND be installed in June are: first Mrs. Chauncey Moore, president Mrs. Moore presented the
vice-president, Bill I Raleigh; ,, a PEACH SALAD
r presided and called attention president's pin to Mrs. Pupkln
USED CARS second vice-president "Buck" to the new flag, the who, in turn, presented a past I ,
Murphy; third vice-president, gift of J. P. Hall, Sr. J. P. Hall, president's pin to Mrs. Moore. PRESERVES DRESSING
Cecil Gregory; secretary, Car. Jr., and the Bank of Oreen Mrs- Reed, in behalf of the
Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC, Inc. rol Nix; treasurer, Jim Lytle; Cove Springs- club, presented a gift to Mrs. . i
tall twister, Mobley: ; assistant Following the luncheon\ the Moore, who was elected a dele I
Green Cove 79c Jar 39c
. 'k Springs tall twister, Ray Delp; 'DonLight. Rev. Jim McCullough gave the gate to the convention of the , Jar
Wben A Better Deal Is Made Van Ness WH.'. HISSSAVESS .
devotional National Federation of worn.
Elected to join Incumbents Reports of the yean work en's Dubs to be held In Atlantic ,
I Dwell Vincent and Glenn Al- were given by the president,I City In July. '
Ired on the Board of Directors I other officers, and committee Mrs. Pupkln, after receiving StTEIMUailT"! SHORT SHANK SMOKED:

were: for one year, Tom De- chairmen 'which' showed that the gavel, made some brief remarks
I vine and Harley Broom; and ] much, had been accomplished.Mrs. and announced her '

Phone ."..... Direct line for two years, George Center, James M. White, ways chairmen of standing committees .
, U las M4-IOJJ GC8 ,,., Hal Hansen and Carl Jolnes and means chairman, receiveda for the coming year. picnicsCenter I I GTOS.I..n'29: CC
The Orange Park Lionellas rousing hand for the sub Luncheon hostesses were: .
also held their annual election, stantial amount of funds addedto Mrs. C. B. Bowles chairmen,I.:
with Sand Belyea being chosen the treasury through her efforts M r I. Carl I Dumbauld Mrs.
I as the new president. Vice- and expressed her appreciation Prank Canova. Mrs. L. M. '4 PorkI
president is Bea Nix; secretary to all of those who Johnston and Mrs. Z. Camp. Ann
Paid Political Advertisement Maxine Delp; treasurer, had helped her, bell. i H 0 Cuts & 9 ft Sliced 55 C

Lillian Weathers; and tall twister 1 LB

J I Last, Nancy Saturday Martin.the Orange Four Towns To Get $8,000. I LB

RE-ELECT Park LION were rtotts at a Orade "A" Quick Frown Delicious &.1b Box Super-Right "Fine Quality" Grain Fed
Zone Social at their club house.In Fryer Breast W lnibs $1.99 Beef 25 to 30 lb. Avg.
In Tax DistributionThe
the afternoon, the visitors j 11\ hole Beet Rib Lb. 59*
of the Ver- Grade "A" Quick Frozen Delicious
were taken on tours I
Cutland for Your Freezer
Jack Wilkinson I kes Laboratories and MOOIt.hann. 'County's four municipalities to Mr. Keating, will get approximately Fryer Legs 5-lb. Box $1.99 Mrs. Paul's Wrapped Quick Frozen French Fried
Festivities also included will share approximately U.MO; Keystone '
dinner, induction of new members $ ,000 from Much cigarettetax approximately 11,800 and Penney Allgood Brand Sugar Cured Sliced Family Pak Fish! Sticks J 11..jJIBreakfast !
t I would like to thank all my friends in Clay Countyfor and a dance collections,' according to Farms $1714. Bacon 2-lb. Pkg. 85* Cap'n John's Quick Frozen Delicious
their vote and support during the campaign for the Richard B. Keating, director of Cod or Perch Fillet Mb. Pkg. :39*
May I primary. As 'usual, the largest slice ._ _._
the (State Beverage! Dept ------- ----
If we Join together and vote for experience, we can Of a total Statewide distribution will go to Miami which gets I
keep our schools accredited and In a progressive state. We Need l lI of |).l million Green more than $325,000. Horseshoe 9 'Ii
Cove .will get approximately Beach gets $1... the smallest SO Extra fn&tra HUD
OI..D" ANTIQUE I. 4000. amount in the State I & Plaid Stamp I
VOTE FOR & SUPPORT : Orange Park, according. I' STAMPS I
.I - v 0Wllk I
}.rckk** et With this coupon parcku. .(

OPENING SEPTEMBER 1114 J I Sponge >fon Weeks. Ka. $2.49 J JI S I Xo.Roacto JokniUo'i b-oz. Btl.! 89! I

Jack Wilkinson' i lnnd China JAXJ.1l.tlCoupon !
I Keystone CollegeA I COVDOH aced thru set. Mar II.
I goof thru Bl. War It. !

TOP CASH PAID Private Twe-Tear Liberal Arts JenlerCeDege _________.___________. ---- -------.-------- ----- __l
MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD with a PetiUve Christian E.'..... .
I i"i"m

Qualified ,Faculty Specialised Instruction -jA&fo* PAID |I! ; 2 S Extra .

DISTRICT 4 JIM CAREY: Bpeclpua.Campus Excellent Accommodations I STAMPS iill Plaid Stamp*

Phone! 28 .32t:10 ReM"il and Day Btadeata Wltk tkla eou oa eurclia ( l 1 Wltk ills eespo. pshkue .( ;
Johnson A John** pUitlo Strip -
1 MAY 26 .'.....& *.. Prep Kuonomjr: .1.! raa 1.t Ana Pen
Keyst ... College Hand-niUM 89* l =* KiKatoni 1lb. 1 1'kff./ 23' r

JAX.I.II-/1 I Keystone Heights, Florida" 'I Coupo ,loud thee laL. ill, U. 1
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1111 I
,,, M.111Iron.mpf(Are '"" a Paid Political Advertisement 802.
I Golden Corn 8
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(2.fL1V Laundry Bleach QM. rttLOROX Art Brand 8Uc 4 I"'.... Caaa

( Cat F*.4 "*'M-..,. PINEAPPLE I t t t 5 FOR 99

e ]NINE\ TUNA 4 for .t*
Wall lit..t,

We drove 3,243 milesto I"tt C f ,p / Ilelerges4 BABtrOOD llrins Strained Giant I for uSHORTENING Jar.: I" ,3IB.CAN 49

PAD 1f* Ana Page DB .... Creaaay pr KrwMky I.... fte

make a point about our CVaiMwrAJAX I4e, sac 17* PEANUT BUTTER , JAR 59<

Liquid Ckaswt If* .ft 1."lUsui Dead Ha Qtaaily 1-'". 4-M.CM*
Super Turbine transmissionYou A-JAX IH. IS C-... II* '
W**N" Batista 1 4 I I I 1 4 <
SOAP I for 1MA
..l Nellie I-D Jar RED RIPE


Trader Let *-... I. ,
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can do it on the way to the grocery store 1MSTAXT TEA: 44* 97<

THANK YOU! )Maswen.... e i rusH COKRRT REDCOiTIE
I I Would M drive a Bulrk wit* i Sujwc Turbln trtnimMoaT You Ut I.... *.. UWckkt $
"Turbine trwwmWoo* all UM soy (ram Obvioudy RHUBARBLB
ywi trat plaaalag to eXre
to New York 00 b.balf of my wife, my family and mytttf. I vtah
Qty M to vice W1 to .
fMrf! to 'QNI1I\1 sincere' thanks for UM ovMitwIminc vote of QC SM 17*
par lath Mobil
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