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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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-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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Brisk Construction Pace Rosary Scholarship More Than 100 High School

To Spur Johns-Manville Graduates Head For College;

(Reprinted with special permlasloii frem the June $. 1N4

.... .f Barren's, a D.w- ... bestae sad financial

weekly I )

A continued high level of construction activity, steady Internal Scholarships Awarded . .

expansion and tightened coat controls art sparking calm cr

in sale and earning of Johru-Manvffl Corp. The No. t manufacturer

of asbestos products, the company also enjoys expand

ing. positions in other building materials and fiber (lass. Has
Keystone High Highest
In 1'13, J-M racked up Ita fourth year in a row of peak Taylor To Preside at First

sales and Its best earnings since 195. Volume climbed to $UU

million from $392 million while net advanced to $3.25. from
$2.11, in 1142.Moreover.. Iw: State 4-H ConferenceEdward
the uptrend continued in the first quarter of this
year Volume jumped to $13 million from "1 million, in Jan B. Taylor of Green Cove, recently-elected president than 100 of the Count,'* future leader art this
week looklltoward
entering college following
last Profits shot to $4.9 million or 52 cents h d cere
uary-March year. up at the opening
of the State '.11 Council will preside monies last week at the County's four high school
per share, from $3 million, or 38 cenU per share. The )'eu.for.e.r In Galnetl .
4-H Club
session of the first annual State
large The largest of the Count high/ school, In Orange Park
gains probably were disproportions
) flntquarter
'lI1e!) next MondayCongressman graduated $3 students' last
and. according to C. F Holmes
because of the relatively poor showing registered in the 19SJ as
March quarter. Nonetheless for the full year, sales are likely D. R. Matthews will be the principal! rpeakerst principal, more than 50 of them will enter college within the

to rise 4.5 per cent while net may exceed $3.50 per share the meeting to be held on the University of Florida campus next BO day Mr Holmes said h* expected a total enrollment
next fall In erreas of 1,000 at Orange Park Junior-Senior High
Printable! Mb PHOTO IT CtNf KOZA According to W W Brown State 4-II Club I.adl'rhe'* School.

Asbestos is the leading source material of the company's Lewis Taylor, Clay High gradaal wa awarded tbe Ketary Statewide meeting focusing on citlMnshlp': win bring togethermore Clay High graduated 74 and of these, 40 will enter college,

lines; products made from asbestos account for something Ilk Club two year scbelanhlp t* 8L Jebns liver Janler College than 100 of the State' top 4-11 boy and girl for a I James A. Parker principal aald.

59 per cent of overall sales. J.M also makes products from this year. Shewn aseve are left te rlgbtl! Ilemer Brawn week-long misting The Ktyston 1I.I.htalU.h School, In Its' second graduation,

asphalt limestone silica sand and magnesia. among other basic treasurer ef the BeUry, u b* preeenUd the award te young ** had 23 gradual, with II of them the highest percentage In

material. The product roster encompasses roofing and other Taylor, Keith Wheeler. winner ef last years schlantis, and Tuesday Dr Ralph J. Ramsey, sociologist, University of the County headed for college, according to Philip! A. Knuth,

building materials; friction items including clutch facing and Joe Mlncher, president ef the ......" Kentucky, and Dr Emily King, state 4-1 Club cent Florida" principal
brake linings; insulation materials: Transit pipe; acoustic materials Agricultural Extension Service, will direct a workshop on youth I At Dunbar High School there were 40 graduates, with 20

; gaskets; and glass fibers- The mix Includes diatomite, a leadership and group effectiveness. of them headed for further study, according to Calvin Brown

non-metallic material used as a filter aid a filler in paintyvarnishes will principal,
Tuesday afternoon President and Mr*. J, Wayne hells
soaps and polishes and as high-temperature intuition Plans Announced For entertain the 4.11 member at a reception' at the PrMtd.nt'ahom. Orange Park High,
; and perllte. a lightweight aggregate for pluter and I I
I .. Tuesday evening the conference delegate will attend a
Orange Park High awarded scholarship to IS graduate,
concrete and a filler for paints, plastics, resins and other will
formal dams at Hume Hall. The Florida Farm Bureau pro
with Judy Ann Frisbee taking four
chemical Principal consist of non-residential construction Summer School At Clay High ride a dance band. I I Mr Holmes announced the following scholarship and

which accounted for 27 per cent of 1M3 sales; new home I Grant Godwin, associate 4-11 dub agent will moderate a grant! Oeorg Ream won the Orange" Park Lion Club'i $350

ing 15 per cent: sewer and water interns, 19 per cent; I leadership In action panel on Wednesday. Two former ,.J! Club j scholarship award. Rodney Frlsbee took the P. F. A. award of
bulld-I More than 100 high school the subject before tnUrlng the $100 and Judy Frisbee took the Junior Beta Club $100 award.Other .
tenance and repair, 9 per cent; and Industrial member, Mr Pat Carlton and Vernon Swart**!, now student
rest. I I student art expected to enroll second semester,::; at the University ot Florida will discus what 4-H mean to awards went tot: James Booth, a full four.,ear alh
for summer school at Clay High The following acid e m I It Idle grant to the University of Miami; Becky Ruth Campbell
To strengthen Its competitive position, J-M is Investing young adult. Eddie Taylor Mary Redden of Ft. Mead, Decree I I
beginning next Wed. Classes course will be offered: Algebra was warded both the Miss. Clay County scholarship fund award
heavily new plant and equipment Capital outlay are expected ,I Taylor, ef Vernon Sandra Copeland, of Arcadia, and Don Wrlh
will begin at 1:30: A M. and end I, Alegebra U. Plant Geometry and the Steven Scholarship Fund award; Roy Lee Cot won the
to reach $25 million In It". compared) ) to $31.1 million last ertngton. of Jasper all State Council officers, will speak on
at 13.00: Noon) each day. Students Trigonometry Advanced Algebra $400 annual four-year State scholarship for the preparation or
how the new state 4-H council will operate.
year.Most significant of J-M"i addition are a fiber glass Insulation I I from Keystone Height General Math English: I, I Uacheri: Judy Ann Frtsbee woe another $400 annual four-year

plant at Cleburne, Texas, slated to come on stream this High School and Orange Park English D, English III. Eng.llth The group will have a barbecue at Camp Wauburg In the 1 I Stets scholarship for the preparation teachers, the ... Luke

summer; a floor tilt plant at Harvard Calif. scheduled to go High School u well as Clay l IV, Civic, World History, afternoon, and a quart dance M by Dr R. Hartley at the ( Hospital As-octaUon Technical scholarship and the State

into production early next year; and a Transit asbestoscement High will lake advantage. of American List ry, F. AD., Florida Oytanaalura thai night I Junior Chamber ef Commerce scholarship for t chanc.

facility In northern. Florida, due for completion in early 1945. this 30 day term. I Biology and Oennral Science. I Rodney" Boyd Prtabee' we named first alternate to a tour
I I MU Ruth Harris, family tit* specialist tforta) Agricultural
.. CM KilJ credit nary W\ earn I Th faculty will be Donald I year scholarship at Florida BUtt University
.., 'N.w Mlduisa'iru1Nr I htn ioe.Servt e. win Wad a dissuasion. on the tec* "Who Am .
.. during the summer sss-laiv 8 e hm 4M.tb11| Stetllng' J. | llslroc Erie lumen wig a national Merit Scholarship
IT* af the tnernln ...... I'. The a/terpqpA will be
this yeas:; fer 1ooootune of common, John- ,,Tlranday ,J
One-half credll may b* given Crtbtree Math); Miss Martha .a JflntBrtvA M0 sehoUnhlp w,n.| $M Donna Lee Karl. for pre-
Manville took Uelamite of spent In bun groups' foftowW by t eampui tour An even** .
over Corp.. twrence Uses The
for attendance. Reten English: t James D. i peraUOn la Nursing. Mary Foppen .M Awarded a State scholar
company manufactures decorative plastle laminate used principally music wills the Florida Summer Symphony" Edward Trouptn. ship for preparation M practical parsing FatrkUn Ann Robert
I, However those desiring' the Sown (English| John If. Nee eut .
In the furniture Industry. last one-half of a court should ly Social t.udIftU)| ,., Mary conducting .WIvuIwI Thursday program.Dr. I I I son received a State scholarship for preparation In medical

Besides entering new fields J-M 1* moving to widen markets attend during tile last 1$ dart Jensen (Science: ), For addition M. O. Wtlklnt director of the Florida Agricultural j i Mining! and Alice Veronica William .received a grant-ln-ald

for older products. Recently for example Transit asbestos I ef the term unleet they desire al Information, eQ Jamee Par.I Extension a.mre.111 ease the conference with a flashback scholarship to St Leo's Collet,,
cement pipe was Improved to meet certain soil condition in the
to review the first semester of. ker, principal of Clay High and a look ahead en Friday morning' 1 I Clay lit,.

pee-lousy I I I ._ .
Al Clay High Joseph Fuhl wag awarded an $100 annualuholanhtp

The firm carries on an extensive research and development le Furman University4 "general ability scholarship

program. On such activities, Johns-ManvUb! spent $7J minion ," and Michael Maguire toot anether atholarahlp to Formate

last year It might be noted that something like 24 per cent valued al $300 annually

of last year's sales was generated by product Introduced during Gary Clark was awarded a Southern. Scholarship ft tarcA.

the put five years. Navy Fighter Crashes Near Middleburg Foundation scholarship to Florida Stale University n I b valued

al $100 annually for four yean. Linda Cooper took! a $400 annual
Cutting c.... I
stale teaching scholarship al Btale-appreved college ef her
A determined' drive to rut has
costs yielded significant choke
Stanley Fey received the sam tort el tcholanhlp.
saving In recent yean Since 1959, despite Using volume, the Ronald
) Todd received the James Ltc Love Educational: Fundrlmlarshlp
number of employes has been reduced from 22,000 to
20,000 |
awarded by Burlington Imtuatrtee Valued at $300 a.
Overseas along with minority Interests In a number of year, the holarsntp may be renewed. Another renewable trholarshlp -
foreign firms. Johns-Manville penile filter aids ,
own a plant
valued at $100 and awarded by the Women Oulld eC
In England; refractory product facilities In France and Italy, MIIC went to tWl. ...,... A similar grant went to Thomas
and an asbestos-cement product plant in Belgium. addition I

a plastic! and friction tape unit recently was acquired\ In Franc; MarryThe
(JrHInotar, full lultton scholarship for two
in the same country a penile filter aids facility Is under construction e
year, went la Ltwt Taylor,
I on-tampue srhoUnhlpe .. a,. John River
Division Include building product, cellte, fiber lass In*
Junior CtolUe west le Linda Confer, Uslla. Rowe, Joseph Fuhl.
dustrtal) Insulation packing and friction material, uatoe'fiber
Irene Thib' 'ul'| and Ronald Todd.
Canadian products Dutch brand flooring internationaland l r. ti
e Keystone Illgh'

AU told. 44 manufacturing faclllUe. including four In Europe h Mr Kauih said thai scholarships have not yl been an*

and three In Canada. are maintained In the U JI.. plant IWIIInrfd Hwwvvvr, a number award were mad

are located In Indiana. Ohio MsMachusrU. Dlinola, California, \ K.e..lln Urvnre won the Vale>il,tartan Award and
Texas. Pennsylvania Virginia New Jerw,. Louisiana North .. '. 'it MarUne" Units loo* the SaluUtortan aware.Ttie .

Carolina New llampahlre. Mississippi, West Virginia and Oeorgia : "!"I.tJO I Athletic" award, foe all-around portomaMhlp, went to.
Mine are In California New Mexico Newfoundland.' Que John Thomas Allen

bee and Ontario. About 40 prr rent of J-M's asotsto output In j. The A/tlviliM award for arhnUwlIri, dependability, altitude,

the Dominion I* used by the concern' manufacturing unit In I sample, and *wit.r Uon., ward le Je Else WUc {. The DAJt Oeo4(1ltsr

the U 8. ,,hjp award went le IWiuee K ad>ii Bntne

9UID tilts. J IhsnfcM Nigh'

The chief research and development renter Is n Near Man F' Al fMinter IHsh. four seholarahlps were awarded to B.tua.obmen e

Till. N J A fiber ga! reeartb and technical renter I* 0IW'f.' .4 ; Collage, Edmund: Waters Colin and Ifueton 7Ulot.onbaps.
aced in WaUrvtlte. Ohio. .

The quarterly divider rat ajneuaU la M rent per share.Ftoancea A.trlsrshlp winner, are Bertha. ,Kehn, Cha/U Twtgie,

are sound. At the INS ,..,-...., current surfs ,, ,.. I ,l.rb rl tlaylen and Taming Lttie,
totaled tin < minion, compared! to rwrrnt JUbtuU** ef H44miffloe. "< .

a current ratio of IT-to-l .....' -- .
CaptuoBaUon torfud** $1 $ mUnon In k.g-t-ra.. debt and 'fl.,. 1r

U23J40 share of common.JohneMasvUk _

. *. Corp is hated so the New York Block Ex.tbanr . Sales and Gas Tax Take

" .- Up in County; State Down

James Dean McCoy[ .. Ar' ,:.II!, '4.. ,.... , fcW a4 gaertne lag eeftMUm m lh* County roe again
f or1.IIIJII" .trueyty trims April ''TTV'1. the fIlM period 1Ca&n1dt
Killed _.. :' ,, ft' lea e.ihtrno. off 0 a.arding. to J, 14 .,, direetef
In ,
Georgia 1. ; N Its rusrtde R vans. c-uaJMkln,

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M/OBT. 11-,..,....l ma *t Mrs. Butte, all *| lh* home I f' # ..1 maurxipsfnle'\ -.w r-t. 'PII"I""I $4,100 from ,|...
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May dounty,; (Crescent: -I I f"StJohns: Summer rn' Program" ; The Son\Of Jackass"

EC Johns River Junior College two Communications courses rT1 BT Dr. Geerg ltnaudT. IH] IDB.

Fresh Air I is offering summer courses j I with Laboratory, Freshman I I an animal nature. Two worlds
which began on Monday and
; English Physical Science Survey
meet ta Dim one visible
and the
On May 14, The Crescent published a letter signed by Evelyn end on July 17. Other classes' 101, and laboratory, V 8. 4-H Club I other invisible one physical

a Bessette in which she pled that her handicapped daugh will be added where 10 or more ,i Government and Sociology and the ether spiritual.Man .

ter was entitled to, under America's democratic system, an edu I student are registered Students j Ceramics Anthropology Regional shares with the
cation. .and she wasn't getting It. Mrs. Bessette wrote that may take a maximum of Geography, Music History News lower
I animals two of
County school authorities with whom she had discussed: the 7 hours at a cost of $1300 per and Appreciation, and most Vital

matter had dismissed her with the reply that taypayers would semester hour, exclusive 0 f I I Fundamental Mathematics and I I voluntary physical functions
nutrition and reproduction.
not stand for such use of their money, "Doors," she wrote, books and materials Teachers' Fundamental of Chemistry are The
"were closed." I may use all courses> offered in' offered in the afternoon. sex relation among animals Is
the summer program By GHqI M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra !- Bee*., simply the satisfaction: of an
We are happy today to print a second letter from Mrs except
Evening classes are: Elementary instinct' that helps
Bessette In which she reports that those same doors have been I the communications courses,for I I
opened; that Penny Bessette is Betting from the County school certification purposes. To make Accounting, Art History Next week, some 500 4-H our system with vigorous actIons the species. With man this relation

system what she Is absolutely entitled to. applications appear In penon and Appreciation Freshman sink boys and girls from allover within the realm of our .. can be sublimated into

Perhaps it was a coincidence. We take no credit. But as at the Registrar's Office. English I The Humanities, the state will assemble at I system of electing those leaden the silk of life and serve the
World Civilization II, College the University of Florida for they bad confidence in. It enrichment of personality.
Americans we must all be proud that this has come to pass I
Mrs. Birds Lone, the County superintendent of Public Instruction Morning courses offered I Algebra and Florida Heritage, the first inane! State 4-H Club is very stimulating In a way. With the lower animals eattag .
where there are a mimnntrm! Physical Science 102. For fur Conference. Those running for a particular afire to satisfy hunger and
or whatever member of her staff did It is entitled to the I
congratulations of us all for correcting a bad situation. of 10 students are: Business ther information contact the office stressed what they believed .. GEORGE. I1OWAKD fin the stomach. They' nave notable
Eddie newly elected
Law Biology with S.boratorJ'l College, In and what they believed manners and
Bes you never
fact that
Quite apart from the indisputable Penny Florida 4-H dub Council President Ov.erbe hlfl trailed a mess
sette is a charmer who would send some of our beauty queens will be presiding over they could do to better drawing a plow behind a mule.' hear one hen say' to another

scurrying: back to the kitchen, every American, charming or not, I I Ii this meeting. Others attending not only that office but the. Said the man to the mu1 ,"mu.I Ton first, my dear." Each one
entire program. When the elections tries to gobble up as much
is entitled to an education. i as
tram Clay County are: Patricia I you axe just a mule,the son ofa
Whatever the facts of the County school system's turnabout were over then was belief fast as possible like some
Setters! to editor Wells, Carol Spearman Carroll Jackass and I am a man
the columns of The Crescent remain open to anyone who I i tip Bakes Pattle Kemper, Burette In the nw leadership.. mad ta the image of God. Yet people! We set the table with
baa a worthwhile comment to make on the local scene- Letters There was an air of unified cooperation together our beat napery and silver cot-
Dupree, Gary Wise Jon Stump, here we work, hitched up
must be signed though, at the writer's request names will be Craig Megan, and James Far and actually some year after year. Z often lery. We serve our guests and

withheld,. Sometimes airing our Justlflabli grievances opens I To The Crescent: the picture. le,. happiness displayed. I, weader if you work fed me er If j'I watch our manners I Eating is
doors and lets In a little fresh air, I I Congressmen and senators | converted Into a sacrament of
These young people wen displaying C work for you.
Bessette' Is undiluted\, fresh air I would like to commend you The week's activities: will center communion and friendship. And
Mrs. news
who are well of this situation of
I aware the fruit of our teach The above is a fragment a
on your front page article con-. afraid around the theme of "Youth I the glory of man is that beI
are to move against ing. prose recitation farm In Canada
urine our rates at Clay Electric I
would like It because they fear polItical Leadership and Citizenship"This I wonder sometimes If w*, as, author unknown. Do you can go on a hunger strike er be
Co-op- to
:tBotUklter ther point out that this is not reprisals. Z would hope brings to mind a veryumber adult should to back and take remember, after some silly celibate and even ideal.die. all for
sake of
our American Ideal says that thought I sometimes a refresher course T thing you did. looting at yourself the an
just a problem of sfnal]
by .DUNCAN GROWER of oonaumen4mn.1n n : ,jjpup"Key* any public official ls dutI ,- wonder what happens to all of I tn a mirror and saying to I Man is the only\ animal who

stone Heights, put rather a >problem > I I bound to stand up and be this training as our young boysor yourself: "What a jackass I, can sustain a moral straggle.'
Z watched General Dwight Eisenhower reliving the Normandy concerning more than counted on' an Issue, however girls enter the adult world. I Graduate-- have been" Which. an Insultto He Is the only animal that can

landings on television the other night. And before 20.000 rural and urban users In.I popular or unpopular it may be, We, as a nation probably spend I the poor animal: no jackass laugh and the only one that

'he'd got the word out of his mouth the testy old Britisher, eleven counties (1,000 or more when it affects t ii public more money', time, and effort I' In his right senses would do can pray. Industry, or the state

Viscount Montgomery, went on record again In his thesis in Clay and Duval counties,) good. teaching our youngsters the the silly' things man sometimesdoes or society cannot reduce him to
that the landings were a British strategy and that Elsen I basic principles of youth leadershlp I I I a cipher or a robot. He is a
bower; as supreme commander, had been a befuddled man. When we ask our elected Z sincerely hope you will con and citizenship than we ,.1 I Walt Whitman in one of his being capable of an inner greatness .

If General Eisenhower does not go down in history atone (sic) representatives why our tinue this particular investiga do in any other area of youth I poems, said be envied cows I not to be destroyed by

of our Innovating Presidents, It will never be .said I believe rates,, are so far out of line I I tion. development. In essence thisIs I I gracing contentedly in a field. any' circumstance which may

he ever demeaned his office. If he lacked the political compared to profitmakingpower I Anthony Baker training In the principles of ; They never worried about their harass him.

perceptivity of a Roosevelt or the serve of history of a Kennedy companies (day Electric I democracy.One I souls, nor spent any' sleepless I Hay and oats for the mule

he had a quality of greatness that both of them In avery Co-op Is supposed to be non to The Crescent I I nights recalling their sins. But bless his hide. But nothing less

real sense, lacked. He was able to aocomodate himself profit-making,) we get evasive' of the concentrated the trouble Is cows do not bother than stars, music dreams
with reryreal warmth and charm, to almost any political! answers and excuses: that have I Please let me express my areas of training in the basic I' to read poetry. And how boob and the moon for man

faction. been prefabricated for them gratitude to you for publishing concept of choice of leadershipby would Whitman and other poets I for, as the Great Teacher said:

In the early summer of 194(, the leader of the Democratic by selfish Interest I my letter. freedom of vote. I' live, if no one read their poemsor Man cannot live by bread a-
and of the Republican party were engaged In a I| You will be happy to know i I
party This Is evident throughoutour bought their books? Man has lone. He Is a child of God
great debate ,Which of them would nominate Eisenhower Z would suggest the reason results wr wonderful. Pennynow l :aU'a++ -
class social
as Its Presidential candidate. Harry Truman who bore for our high rates is that Clay has a teacher provided by systemSchool ,
clubs church civic 4 H I
youth ,
his grudge against Oeneral Eisenhower for so long, was In Electric', operating costs are the County school system. Ip
name any type of youth organ!
the forefront of those who said the Democratic party1 could probably Inflated by expenses p
Incurred unnecessarily, melt I I, Boon every child, handicapped sation and you have election Mrs. Carolyn E. Masslml. Helm
find no better candidate. Eisenhower wun.11nl any '
legislative or, will receive This we say, is training, and we daughter *f Mr. and Mrs. A. fir
parties sponsoredby
his memoirs at Fort Hy the
thing. H* was writing r, across
'Potoma from Washington and paid for' by the CoopI the educational help" they do spend a great deal of time E. Lanier ., M1d41e U',.

*, refer readers to the Florida. must have and effort on this training. has received a B. S. degree Funeral Home
One humid Saturday night, In June of 1948, a bunch of I It' "all
u* reporter sat around in the city room of the newspaper Tlmes Union of July 34, IfcO! took the fine people These elections have a very with a major In Elementary
and July 23, 19 :3.) who learned of my problem to Ed.ration from Eastern:
I worked for searching for a story. The question that was I peculiar atmosphere. They seem
on evtryont's Up In those days Inevitably cam up: Will dp something; aboutJt, to .based on belief in the individual ' sarene Collfi, CHARLES HELM .
There are very few Co-op agala. Na-I
Thank: you Mass She graduated la
Elsenhower accept a nomination, I friendship
member owners (consumers>)> Evelyn D Remelt'Editor's Funeral Director
I said I wou>4 go and ask him. No one contested m* for I tlvcness. a spirit of from St. Cloud nigh
who afford such delicacies
can : 00ft1truo-1
'the honor because they all knew Z couldn't get Ui: Then U i ( : Note: Mrs:"'Beuette and belief in the At Eastern: Nazarene ceDeg
no one so well hidden u a hiding 0-itar general! (or ad u are served at these parties, Is the mother of one of the she was en tb. Honor Bell I Phone! .84.9j)6( v
miral.) yet we must pay for these entertainments Many times, during various for three semesters and a
delightful and
endearing I
and charge It to 4-H club elections, I have GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA
( the
First Z called clop friend who was a 3-star general, young ladles in all the world. Ev.ngeiistieAaseeiation
a friend of Eisenhower'sphysician,, General Snyder lie operating expense became r 1 On May 14, her letter to Th watched these young men and I I She plan U eater I IIVVY. U FAST P. O. BOX 441
someone feels that a fete may women assert their belief In
General and If Interview the teaching prefeeden. I
promised to Snyder see an somehow benefit Crescent: was published. She
our - -
could be arranged A few minute later my friend called I wrote, then, In part: "I am the l -

back General Bnydir had said no. I mother of a handicapped child

I had available to m* a car bearing a District of Columbia I would further suggest that and for five years alone I have

license tog number 134 and Z was soon In It, headed there Is more unnecessary expense begged and pled with County

across the Potomac Incurred where an administrate school authorities that every

Within recent weeks the press had reported that officer of the Coop child In the United State Is
Eisenhower: had addressed the national convention of the hold some paying County entitled to and should receivean

CIO at Atlantic City and in Now York the trustee.. of the job and In such cases, where education i through our The Bank of Green Cove Springs

Metropolitan Museum both Instances, according to the a County employe attends to school system,

newspaper stories h* had had his audience standing on County business* he falls to ..tI
their chain cheering I found this anomaly somewhat disquieting tend to Co-op business. In a political I I Th* present officer of our

how could a man speak his convictions and please campaign year, this lots school system have repeatedly
of and the and turned a deaf ear to this plea. Know Your Bank
both the members the CIO august moneyed of man-hours Is especially. costly. -I I - -
mem who presided over the destinies of the richest art The taxpayer would not stand
museum on earth. I for It. W* have other thing to

At the gate of Ft War a sentry would have stopped I feel that still further needl do with limited money,

me to ask my mission but he spotted the license tag and .as expense I II Incurred by an I
saluted, waving me on. At length, I found group of bigger REA electric co-op when It uses' "Door have shut. John Bradley, a member of the Board of the Bank
and them I the Its publication (paid for by the W* are delighted that doors '
uglier otflnn' quarters and at one of rang '
for nearly two Is a third generation Green Cover
have now opened We hope they ,"A yean
bell and the wife of some underpaid brigadier opened the member-ownen) to fight change
door. advocated by member-own. will open even wider. For thosechildren t the youngest son of the late Horace M. Bradley who died

"'WhIch one of there U General Elsenhower quarters tn and nfua to allow lb.advoatesof.charre . who are physically un- j
able to att'ndlrnOOl cannot be + 41 yean ago.Educated.
I asked her .
feigning 101'ltUlnHl." an oppor-
then and she pointed to house the unity to stale In such publication expected to play with paper '
a across 4j' : : at the University of Florida when be received
.street, this Urn It was close to I o'clock.The Eisenhower what he or she farts are dolls Into their old age. ?
maid If any had taken her 1 leavings and lOne horn At any the merits of his program. In, Our hat. is off to Mr*. BesI ,, ' a degree In business administration In 1140 Mr.

vent, Dwight Eisenhower let m* In. other words renders of the publication Seth and to those school officials , AL Bradley Is now associated with Joseph L TrIplet QZ in
Z spent an hour and a half In there with the "befud (paid for by member who haft now given j __ .

dled" man. owners) get only one aide of Penny one of the most baste r the County's only firm of certified public accountant. .

"Would you' accept a nomination asked him. 1 of all our rights u Americans) I
-- -. \ a In addition tow work as a CPA Mr. Bradley operate
4 would swim th ocean If It served America's vital -

needs' he said And I believed. then as I believe now he would + an Insurance agency, npraenUng a aumber of nationally

bar. It did not sound silly. It was said as tit paced net-
leaaly from the dinmgroom through the hall Into th THE WHITE PONTIAC know eompantes dealing In a wide variety ef

Uvtngrcom and back again Insurance. H* Is married to the former Anita Knight,
out as be talked, he insisted U Z was going to write a One out *f my five view tidal name for white I* preferred .
story that be be allowed to so* and edit 1 It Bo he pulled out Pentiaes or TttmtMete sold ta by M per cent of their Jour KEXXaTH sUUDUT of Green Cove. They have two children

his t.Jpnrrtwand gave m* some paper, .1.. morally certain the United State I* white a MW ear customer. either''I.* Demise el la* ....

th typewriter originally\ belonged. to some hero of the PwxUM Motor division report the solid color as the ***

Bpaa & -Amer1oan war It was that old. ha rev cold. sHmUa. fwuM popular shade for th to -ef

When I had finished my story the Genera) went to that cameo ivory their et the W'OCoDt Dledels. i

wort. He deleted and added, ala marginal '*". Whoa -

he was don, alas Instead of copying It and keeping are

0 original for posterity- I turned It In to the city desk.t BANK o COVE
had blundered .la then greatly skeptical When I NEW AND f COURTEOUS
out I have been
earn wouU strongly try hand-
Maud had th General bas ... What h* wrought In fie -.-..

within 10 minute; what be wrought, In so many Aaerteana USED CMSVMNESSNKKPONTUCkc. The Oldest and Bank
of es dimes beliefs and backgrounds was, and remains Z County's Largest

teller. Dwight Elsenhower'* greatness,
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n sees ret CUT n sees roe vet nc..r 2S4.3G* SS4-XB9, 240031Conjrms
Whew A ......' Deal. II Made ha Ness W1I Utah hi

CDtIItOIA"r, Nui gig sssmss 4-9363

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CMC rum IN AlVAIIa ..4I1t0 II I
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Clay( County(! Crescent tAaE Tria>


-I Clay County Servicemen I Is Green Cove Socials I IWrI. I I I

Army Capt. Arttn Deel. IOnat Bessie Fisher wu called I Mrs. E. M. Llde left recently ,

Mr. and Mrs. George W. to Feyetteville N. C., recently for her home In Canton, Onto, 1 sD
Dee Green Cove U particlpat D
due to the death of her sisterinlaw after spending 9 months In ,
lot In Bit re i lie DESERTSTRIKE I
e Mr*. L. B. Fisher. Green Cove. .
. a Joint Army and Air I ,r
! -
Force maneuver involving 100.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reed
000 troops, being held In the Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wilson I
Hal. have
and their son
tI tri-state area of California, are vacationing at Eastham. mother. I
I the recent guests of his
Arizona and Nevada. Cape Cod, Massachusetts. I I
Captain Deel. commander of Mr Herman E. Reed. L/tth League News
e Company A of the 6th Engineer
I Mrs. Abble Downing of Faye Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bollnger, LOST
Battalion at Fort Leonard I TJ'.UIS.:
ttevllle N. C.. has been the of Debarry, were ovemtht.I
1e Wood, Mo., entered the Army
guest of Mrs. Bessie FUher. visitors recently with their son
in August 1958 He Is a 1858
1 graduate of Virginia Polytechnic While hen Mrs. Downing and Mr. and Mrs. M J Bollnger J1 .SI'I.EH; MOTORS 8 2
r Mrs. Fisher visited Mrs. Down-

e Institute i ing's sister at Satellite Beach, Mr. and Mrs. William E. l'O\'O\{ 1 3-

I Miss Fran Fisher in Winter Webb Mr. and Mrs- Victor WLusson .
I Haven and Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C.I I v J.I I' J HAM. SOX:\ 5 5

J Samuel K Richardson, Interior I Frank Fisher in Trenton. i Novak and Mrs. Alex Pupkln '
s communications spend the weekend recently I '4'1 -J:J't: ;I..", i -6-

I ian third class, U8M. technle-I at the Fontalnbeleau Hotel In ..
r Mrs Ossle Holmes, and Mrs. Itt'IU.iNITUN I 6
and Mrs. Joseph H. Richardson (
Marine\ Private Klngsley A. II Miami. where they seryed as I
L. O. Hare of Fayetteville N. C., . .
U aboard 1
Green Cove serving
of "
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. McCallum, Jr.. son of Mrs. La- delegates to the 68th convention .
I aircraft spent the night u the guests l'H.t;\ :-; 8
the attack carrier
of Flor
s I rent O. Halstead, Jr. of Orange of the Elks Lodges
I IIt I U83 Franklin D. Roosevelt of Mrs. Bessie Fisher I
Park, has reported to Camp Le- ida.
Mrs. Abble Downing, I
''t I Jeune, N C. for combat infantry operating in the Mediterranean been spending some recrnUY'1 I 1IOMK I : KINS THIS SKASOX:
with the Sixth Fleet. I I Bill) Hatcher, salesman .
. training1 after completing W H ( 1 1I
at Parrta The Roosevelt provides a protective Mrs. Fisher, returned for the Green Cove Un) \'hi Luau 5: I xv l>o\or 2:!
1! his recruit training 1
s Inland S. C. I unbrella of combat aircraft : ettevtlle with them. I II Springs Coca-Cola I Bottling tlniiuw Padgett/ i\ (like I U Hlano 1
for ships and ground Iiw I
Good Samaritan (
I I Company, is In Viniil Mullii' :3 t if Mike l.nmr! 1 '"1 Q I forces of American seapower Mr. and Mrs. hft Mozena hospital West Palm Beach

It Army Capt. William F. Slet- in the European African, and lor Detroit, spent a few days !I where he underwent an emergency I riim-iu-o Pwpl :t *j I'linrli-H Jiilly{ 1

'P. man, Jr., whose wife lives in Middle East areas. She carries I recently with her aunt and appendectomy recently Jack Coon( Fd: l Fnlrrloth 1
70 ldgh-speed aircraft capable EVan .
I uncle the Rev. and Mrs.
r Green Cove, has been assigned of performing any tactical mission der Maat n. Mr and Mrs James Loner D.I); nny\ Clink 1 Jim Itoivia 1

to duty in Vietnam. A 1953 which may be assigned i had as their guests for the Cluirlt'H OW"I'' 1 11 r. Dickvixm) 1
<) graduate of the U. S. Military
'. Academy, Capt. Sletman did t.\ Mr. and Mrs Joseph E. Neth weekend his mother and fa* :Sti\ 'vo KiumlcN 1 1J
I I ther Mr. and Mrs J L Loner
11 graduate work at the University recently
their guests
Army Specialist Five Charles as I his sister Mrs Betty Styles and Iriinil(J Slum Homo Hun
where he
t of Michigan received I her sister, Mrs Elizabeth WII.I -
E. Hunter, hose wife Barbara, I and his brother, Fran.
her ,
" a Muter of Science In I Hams and her twin daughters ClutilM( llfliler 1 lUvitl8CIIKDULED 1\01./\/ J
lives In Orange Park, recently kle Loner, of Marietta Oa MrsLoner
I) Engineering. Rita and Nits of Charleston
I participated with other mem remained for the week

\ ben of the 54th Engineer Battalion Tenn. I and last Saturday Denbe Loner ; : GAMES

in a major field training I I returned to Marietta with her floss Rachel Ltna Lamer
, and Mrs. W Burch 11 .JO June 11-:10: pin.
I exercise near Darmstadt, I Mr. grandmother for a Visit June : pm
/ We Nee I Germany Hunter, a combat Stump and their daughter, San. : J. P. Hall vs. Chin.,'. J. P. Revsts Burlington

construction specialist In the dra and IOn Jon spent a few I ),( r. and Mrs William I!. To Wed Air.[ llemmerlyMr 1:30
at June II-1.10: pm June : pm.
OLD & AXTIQUKFurniture ; last week vacationing
days :
; I' battalion's Company D near Reed and their son, Bobby and
Bosch Deseler Mire vs. Coca Cola Chaney'i vs. J. P. Hall
: Marshall
Bad Hersfeld, Germany entered Lt. and Mrs. Robert

;: 0a! s the Army in April 1857, \ spent the weekend In St and Mrs. Augustus Evans I franklin Nabors of Birmingham June le-t.SO: pm. June It-1.30: pm.
I Mr and Mrs. A. L. Conkey the guests of of Middlrburg! announce and the late Mr, Nsbors..
I' I Petersburg as Lan l Ie r, Coca Cola vs. J. P. Hall Burlington vs. Chanty'iten
mill Cliina! I and their son Bob left Wednesday Dr- and Mrs. W. H Todd! the engagement of their Mr, llemmerly was graduatedfrom

on a trip to Michigan, I daughter, Rachel Una, of halO Litton High Chhool

. SERVICES HELD FORBISHOPRICHARDSON when they will visit relatives M/Sgt. and Mrs, William L. Nashville, to Kenneth Wayne ,and Trsvecca College Ho ls a years, I causes Small heed has been
Before returning to Green Cove Dixon and their two sons left Hemmerly, USN, who U sta 'I grandson of the late Mr, and This gruesome staUstio \U paid them, and little has been

TOP CASH PAID they will tour Yellowstone and on Monday, for Ban Antonio, I II toned at Mllllngton Naval l Mrs 8. T, Cashdollar and Mrs. taken from a new Ksmpor Insurants done about anything

B I Grand Canyon National Parks' Texas where Bgt. Dixon has I Base at MemphU. Ho U the Edward Few, study that reads In In their latest appeal, thecompanies
1 I Francis P The wedding. U planned for of the temper In.
Services for Bishop Richardson been assigned.Mr. son of Mr and Mrs. : part like a script for a (Hollywood

JIM CAIIKY; III years old who died recently -I I Hemmerty of Nashville. I June U.KEMPmlisURANCE. super-shocker. I trance Group point out that

and Mrs. Conway Owlnga For years now Insurance continuing Indlffsrsnoe to traf.
In a Veterans Hospital The bride-elect was graduated
and their daughter, Llbby, are companies have been nutter fie abuses will eventually n-
284-32K School
Tliono : after a long Illness were held from St. Cloud High
at 3 o'clock I last Thursday : ; spending the month of June} St. Cloud and Trevtsra Naaaiene Ing, mainly to themselves suit In publle restriction

In the new Mt., Baptist Church. ........ 2I4-I7U and July at Vllano Beach. Colitis. She \U a teach about such subjects M the licensing I Among other things, this
\ or unfit driven; teen would mean extra polloe, high
Orangedale. >Undiy dire FrMir Ts8how er with the Davidson County HWY STATISTICS .
A disabled veteran, he was a ....It ."mtgMaSB. Mrs., Sandra Stump. daughter Board of Education In Nash age accident rates; epetheUe er highway. Kate, additional upward
CHURCH NOTICE of Mr. and Mrs, W, Burch attitudes toward hlshweho\* pressure on Insurance
native of Geneva, Ala He VUI.a' \ the irandilaughUr Thirty-tight million Americans
1. CIIRIKT1AN IICIENC: leaves his widow, rtoul. and S.l. A Sift ('willi".... Stump spent a weeks vast or 01 Mr. and Mrs. A. It*, Lanier will be killed er Injured en rodders; and the feign death prtvtlsgse for many\ Instead ef
SOCIETY his mother Savannah Merrill Frem I ,.M.WeL I last week from PI. non& of Birmingham and the Isle j I the highways" In lit million and insurance raise thai wry rates and the loss. of driving

C.,. E. II..". St. A who ls reputed to be 104 years School. of Nursing with feel I.I.faml11. Mr Larder, and Mrs. John I trsffle aeckltnts.. In the nest evidently result frem such for only a dangerous few
She had as her guest
N. Magnelia Are. old.
bearers will Taers-, A Fri over the week-.nd her room-
Baker JIM II, II. A IS male, Miss Janet Florence, of
Melvin Leroy
be Oelsey.

Services held Sunday and members of the board of THE DREAM MAKER Atlanta. CHEVELLE by Chevrolet .

at U a. m. deacons. starriag

laBjestiGOD I Wade Active Carroll.paU bearers Henry will Floyd 1 be, T.awy SteeUSit I Luke dauihUr Miss Otennsn Melinda of Dr Is and OJennen home Mrs from T,, FRISKY AS IT CAN BE..FINE A BUY AS YOU CAN GET (even finer now! )

THE PRESERVER OF John Prince and Deacon Ma Hover Academy for the sum* lu wide (oanvtuahloncii
(U running out at InaUe, UM u OTAokUnr over
'N' Travel Time your
MAN I son.Burial luau II mer She had as her guest for Truth This k about last ;! I smU U sod, durable vinyl
14. 1N4 will be In Mt. Olive ChfvrvUl lmtor's. your havoc whit
Jene s the week hn roommate, Mina In whole sumrrwrful fit fun with We don't Rant anything pUylnt
clmnre to get k
cemetery Chase Funeral Home of MlehJ.! look U can help It.
Carol Leah Jackson. Chevrlle'l tool wi
U extended I U-auliful like CVvrll Malibu wagon.
A cordial Invitation buy a
a ChevtlW
III In charge of arrangement.STEWART'S gen kea olivktut plnuurra.It iWITIUVU All In alb there are 11 differmt
to attend our services _. l/el w point out some Ulnf ofTrrwl durlnf Tnule 'N' Travel Time.'Waiwu .
; for 111FI
wlrxlowi not Just
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JUD t SItU UfltlU (JOWUYI ecmvfrtlble
Buper BporU, ray
Mr, andDon Fullertonreturned shoulder toupee,
but to give more
I recently from a trip srlf-cleanlnf you rocktr panes ewamsdaaa.. On.'. M beautiful a buy M UM ether.
11 has those es IM
5 & 10< I to the New York World's Fair I I beneath the doors that resist rust. Garr eearwaessa It'i up to row Hut hurry, whatever you dot

),Ir. Fullerton won this trip for
II CbedM N.M.IP..e...RIM
Bob Hope meeting his quota of sales for I
Grand Opening General Electric: Southeastern I

A GLOBAL AFFAIR district. i II
TllfRSDAY JUNE II TII, t A.M. I p.M. I Miss Sandra Taylor, daughter

tIM HIGHWAY IT ORANGE PARK See W Men, A T.*.. of Mr, and Mre, rd Taylor Is

JIM It, 1$. A |g \ home from Florida Southern i I
LADIES SEAMLESS Cotlrt for the summer When I I

NYLON HOSE \ mIL she returns In the fall she has ,
ffiiI b en named as a ,Junior advisor

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2 I. 4 B .rI1'' NOTE or THAHKSWs
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II Deafer "" QuiltySL'AIL could like to" thank ail
I e" of ew' and femwlsi many

w.., Tkera. A frL friends, and espvciafly the

Jeae It. II. A II Krr. Gordon Craig, for their
GOLIATH AND Till comfort and sympathy In ovrJeaasiU r
13 Ole Mreurement

en4 Frank ou.l I
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flap County Crescent THURSDAY, JUNK U, 1H _J

. Graduates
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for ImprovementsLoans :

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of 3 0
made for a period
to 7 yean. Repayment U made -
1 1I1IL'
when you have Income from ,
livestock or crop And, when
you deal with us, you become +
a part-owner of the Association.So : .
come In and talk over a 1

planned credit program 1 1r
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Northeast Production Credit I I 4

Association .
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It* Main Street, Falatka. PHOTO BY GENE KOZA
vVAW'r YOU EVER FORGET YOU'RE awards. The graduate pictured above are,
Tel EA 8-llM A LAWYER : : Eleven boys and girl were graduated last and
II I AFTER ALLIS/ CHLVABfclP&E CAME.* i week at the Penney Farms Elementary School. 1-ri Bobble Eastham. Marine Norton, clan f
(I) Edgewood Avenue S.. I j', ...., j Mrs* One Coons first and second graders president Cheryl Wood, valedictorian Fred
,Jacksonville , opened the exercises with a Bythom Band. McCown, Deborah Sannders, .James WeeD J
; t class. participated the pro David Bnunmitt Dale Cole, Kenneth Sannd- oftUlt
TeL EV 4-U41 I The graduating
SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE CRESCENTj f, J.. J gram which Included the Salutatory, the Vale en, Paula Shelton, sahtatorlan and George
: dltetry, poetry, songs, Class Prophecy Last Blunders. COD'
PHOTO BY GENI KOZA Will and Testament, the Principals address boll

Diane Dixon Mr. Rast Joni shop

IL ] United In Marriage, M H C & Penney Farms and Kit Coil

et Reporters MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS Phone S29-MJ1 Fat

Miss Diane Ruth Dixon and a sleeveless yellow l l taffeta The Rev and Mn. Percy R. and family In Riverside. N. J'I them were Mrs. Pheneger Fat'
I iL1 --- Mr. Gerald Rut were unitedIn street length dress fashioned I Batchelor of MHC, left for I They will also\ visit their two brother and his wife, Mr. and
marriage on Bunday. June I with a rounded neck and a Connecticut last Saturday.They sons at Romney Depot. Mrs. H Dudley Peck, who spent
at 3:30: o'clock In the First" scooped back with a bell skirt plan to stop and visit 41 years aa missionaries to the
Methodist Church. The Rev Her bow shaped headpiece WM I Mri. Batchelor's brother I In The Rev E. J Sachtjen Mam Indiana in Guatemala
Oordon N. Craig performed the I of matching material and she New Jersey, on the way north. writes from New York that he The Pecks wrote the original
single ring ceremony carried a bouquet of yellow I I Mr. Batchelor has IS Sunday and his daughter stayed in the alphabet for the Mam Tribe
: The bride Is the daughter of full crysanthemumt and tuberoses preaching appointments, scheduled skyscraper district for four and taught the children to read
Mr. and Mn. William L. Dixon, I I In various Connecticut days, visited the World's Fair and write. They have been
of Green Cove Springs, and the The bridesmaids pink taffeta I I cities Their address will be two days, and took the boat I asked to return to Ouatamala I
groom U the eon of Mr. and dresses were fashioned after Box 314, Plalnvllle. Conn. trip around Manhattan and for another couple of yews to
Mrs, Oustaf E Rut, of Ham the matron of honors, and they the Statue of Liberty further the work started there. i
burg, N. Y. carried pink and white full cry . .
Mr. Anges Forlaw, Miss Car.
The bride, who was given In anthemuma and tube roses rle Marxer, and Mrs. Eliza. Mrs Charles S. Wright left Miss Clara Maud Syvret left
marriage by her father, chose Hal K Wilson Of East St. beth Shaffer left last week for last week, for New York City, last week, for Roanoke, Va.
a street length gown of white Louis, Illinois served as brat Illinois and on to Westport, Conn, to where she la the guest of an
lare, which featured a round man and the ushers were John Mrs Forlaw will spend the visit her daughter and then attend I old friend, Mrs John O. Boyd
neck with a scooped back anda Bowles, of Oreen Cove, and until September
summer in Freeport, HI, MUs her granddaughter's grad I
li bell shaped skirt Her fingertip Herman fatten, of Hamburg. I and .
Marxer will\ visit a cousin In uation at Smith College,
veil held with white N Y
was a Bloomington, ni., and will\ re* the following day her marriageIn I Miss Martha Benson has
aaUn pill\ box hat. She carried Following a reception at the turn home about July 1 with the Chapel of Amherst Col completed 20 years In her pro-
a bouquet of white roses and V 1. A. Woman Club the
Mra Shifter Mrs. Shaffer 1s loge I jest of garments for the needy
i '" tube rouesMrs couple left on a wedding tripto making the trip to attend the I . the world over. She has sent
Hal K WlUon of East'Bt. :
Hamburg, N. Y. where
they | graduation of her grandson Mrs, Eva Thomas had a visit, out 35,600 garments A large
Louis, Illinois, was matronof I
will\ the
spend '
summer. Robert Denton Shatter on June l last week, from her couslna. Mr. I part of them went to the need
honor for her sitter The In the fall the couple will 11, at University of Illinois and Mrs N. R. Pheneger. With In the Appalachian area.
bridesmaids were Miss Susan make their home in East St.I I' .
School of Medicine. After a
a FlUalmmon, of Oreen Cove, Louis, Illinois, where Mr Rut brief visit with relatives and
and Miss Judy Rut 'sister of Is attending Parka College of close friends, she expects to re*
the groom, of Hamburg, N y Aeronautical Technology turn to MHC about July Special Sale
The matron of honor wore I I .

The Rev. and Mrs. John A
Swetnam left for their annual
w summer vacation last week,
motoring to their summer homeat MY
Rumney Depot N, H En. Th.
is route visited their daughter OnOdi

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JCTIM l.CJItIG U.wn4''i'

The Dir! in tho Center Ring Mill on UltlM MlddkkargKILN ) Highway\) I'INT.tlat I: i Omllhu IliW

r/ ,. k

You're looking at 18-year old VIcki Unus RingBrtfs star performer .lterr r I :

In "The Greatest Show on Earth. le

Authorities on physical fitness say that her performance exemplifies Sheet Rork it"e

the grace,coordination,agility and confidence that girls can aaMt Minter Mtlereae. CHKSTT\TKOK: UI'1UIHT$119x95.

develop through vigorous daily exercise. And these are assets of .

body and mind that all girls could and should have- g rdless of Posts \liliirADMIRAL

what they Intend to do In the future wan: Ddp
G/1Jf'/ !
But most girls nowadays shun the healthful activities that could Pawaehe Chest Freezer

make them look and feel) better,and have more enthusiasm for kfe I

What about your young daughter? Perhaps she,like the average Dependable Storage Safety!
high school student spends 15 to 30 Inactive hours a week watch & Co.M .1.1D f
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OP Art Show Miss Bessie Mae Ridenour MRS. SPRINGER HOWARD HAR&ON DETER 4.H Dress Revue

Oraveslde services for Howard *

Oeyer, 53 years old, of Mlddleburg .

Engaged To Dehryl McCallAnnouncement HEADS MHO WCTUMrs. were held Wednesday g

afternoon in the Mlddlcburg '
I ;1a... ArC ,A .I talV
Helen last Cemetery
It made by I tended the University of FlorIda Springer
named of Mr. Geyer, who was in Civil
I Mr. *: Mn. Z. Warren Brantley and St. Johns River Junior week waa president
:eY Farms WCTU She Service at NAS, Jacksonville,
the Penney
of Orandln Florida of the be. College His father U CountyAgent
w I will\ be died on Sunday.
and other nn'ottle,1'I
trothal of her Miss
daughter, of Clay County.
Bessie Mae Ridenour to Dehryl The couple Invite friends and I installed at the first Fall meet- He leaves his .widow Mrs
.. Ray McCaU. ton of Mr. A: Mrs relatives. to attend the marriage I Ing. Delia Hall Oeyrr; a son Howard

I Emmett Dehryl McCall of this at 700 o'clock June 38 In the Other new officers named Oeyrr, Jr, who is with

I 1I city, First Baptist Church In Keystone are: Mrs. Beatrice Brown, first the U.S. Air Force in England;

The brlde-to-pe U the grand Heights. vice president; Mrs Ann But three> daughters, Mrs. Joan

? daughter of J. J. Braslngton.Sr ton,second vice president: Mrs. Bedford and Mlns Katherine
I of Gainesville and of the THOMAS FAMILY REUNION Mae Orr treasurer; Mrs M O.Robblna. Ojrr. bot hot Tampa; and I ,

Rev H. E. Ridenour of Florence SET FOR FATHERS DAY secretary; Miss Beu. ?atlf. and nine grandchildren. I

Ala. She U the daugh JUNE tl. lab Hobbs corresponding serrv. Darlene Dryer, of Sandova,

ter of the late Major Ben F. tarT: and Miss Stella Cass. Helm Funeral Home was mrhrire I
Ridenour, former ROTC Instructor The William and Loulaa Wll- consultant of arrangements

at the University of son Thomas family reunion will .
Florida. I i hold their annual meeting at Miss Button, who presided at - -- --- 1rt-

Miss Ridenour attended the Beulah Baptist Church, on the May meeting, paid high JAMES ROBERT CRUSE

, school In Melrose, and will : State Road 21, Clay County, tribute to Miss Cass who served
I J I Services for James Roberjt Mirth Janes, ef the Green Cove Senior 4-H Club, (right)
graduate from Bt. Johns River June 21. Lunch will be served on as president of the organisation I
1 j J fjM, Junior College where she 1s the grounds at 1:00 o'clock. A for 12 )'!'al'l. A rising vote of Cruse, 68 years old who died and !Martha Saunders ef the W, E. Cherry .-11 Club, (left)

secretary of the graduating I business meeting will\ follow. thanks was accorded her. Sunday at Clay Memorial line were the winner .( the Annual .-11 Dress Rees Martha,

: class tomorrow.Mr. AU friends and relatives of I pital were held yesterday M the senior division winner, modeled a yetlow linen shift dross

, McCalt. I960 graduate of this family\ are cordially Invited The program of the May Hickory Drove Baptist Church with buttoned yoke Martha, Junior division winner were
talks Mrs with the Rev A D. Martin officiating .
to attend. meeting Included by striped shorts and scslloped bloute and tarried a aulchlag
Clay County High School, at. '
rr - LOST-In Green Cove Springs Springer on the Peace Corps beach bag.L' .

ladles small old gold pln-4 I Miss Ooodhall spoke on tx-
He leaves his widow. Mrs .
FAMILY FROLICS HOLDS change student and Mrs. x..1 I
f watch. Finder call tlLSSSS. Myrtle Clark l Cruse of the
thertne Teed spoke on "The
home, a daughter, Mrs E C..
4t "Peace Garden"YOU
3rd annual Family Frolics I Kubrt, of Green Cove a son,
, Lynn Mersey, Orange Park High School Jmnlor took one held their RUSSELL BAPTIST PLAN
organise James Cruse Jr., of Boston,
I. of the "Best of Show awards at the school's first art show HOMECOMING JUNE 14. ,
tional meeting of the year and two brothers and a sister, all
e lad week She ls shown above holding her Ink drawing of a
changes have been made In the Homecoming Sunday will be of whom live in Canada, and
conch shell. Mrs. Elsie Kramerick and Mrs. M. E. Tagats
program. held at the Russell Baptist three grandchildren.Helm .
both of Green Cove, Judged more than 111 entries In theshow. venever
- Attending this meeting wereMI'I. Church with an all day serviceon Funeral Home was In
Nine ether winners Redmond 1'
were! Fatty another '
Jack Bum. chairman June 14. of \
charge arrangements.
Junior who submitted an ell paintings tail Eatea, a senior, rA
Green Cove Springs. A basket lunch will be served .,
and Vicki Addisen, Junior who submitted Lee
a watercolors; --- i.
Club Mrs. Ralph Mil- known
the at 1 o'clock
Collins and Lynne Heosey, took honors In chalk and charcoal on grounds
berger acting secretary and service >V. II. foil
Kathy Ferguson a senior won a prise for her pencil sketch) following the morning ,
treasurer: Carl Tucker, V. P. Hall will\ be anything ,
Pat Love a senior took honors for an abstract painting! and I The Rev. Jack A requiem mass for William \ .

'. Fat Robertaon, a senior, and Holly Jones a janlor for crafts.Id W.; Mrs. John Hendrkks, B. the pastor and there are plans JikcnEAFFln Henry. HuUhlngs, whose son .f '
Webb Elks Lodge; Mrs. Alex .
for singing all afternoon. Featured
I to be
lives In Oreen Cove was
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-- P. O Does; William "Duke"! :
will\ be the William Brothers
; -------------1 said at 1 o'clock this morning I
'It i :
Pupkln, V. I. A. Womans Club;
I Quartet and The Cor
., I 1 In Bt Monicas Roman Catholic 1--0
and Joe Mlncher. Rotary Club
: i' Inthlans both of Jacksonville Church, In Palatka. Mr ;
Organisations not represent welt four local
I as as groups. Hutchlngs, a retired civil srr .II:.i.
ed, but who have expresseda Everyone U urged to come byDorothy
L.I .+ I \ant who had moat recently Alias, In the senior group was Nancy" Novak, of Ones
..,..... willingness to participate\ are: and enjoy the day
been caretaker of Berwick
I Cove, Heft) modeling a skirl\ and reversible tit eemblnatle.
Green Cove JayceesWsyslde CrayReaffirm )
'da derton orange groves at Sat Barbers Tucker, abe of Green Cove, (right) were a blue
Horsemen Club and the Vol.
; OC .JUNIOR ROMANS suns died after a long Illness checked and gathered skirl te take alternate .....t.... In the
unter Firemen.Other
to clubs and Individualswho CLUB TO INSTALL OFFICTR Conimir FsrUI! on Tuesday I Junior dlvUlon..
Others In the event Churyl Kaewlos
partlvlratlng wens
would like to help are ask Mrs Alex Pupkin presidentof workmore ,",clinl* A former resident of OrernCove
1 Joanne Swanson Susan l..Rit*, Rkarrt Barrio, Caret Ipoar
e.It ed to call Mrs. 284- 370. than he hall lived In Salauma
Baam. : the VIA. Woman Club any dills -
man IIIh.,," 'aln.rtII& Undo Gore, n...... Smart R.bee.
An executive committee will\ Install the 1164-65 officers to amooih' firm in4 for two slid a halt years.
I In ca terrll.. flail Baker and Karen 1I.II.f Green Cove Springs,
,I.. made up of leading figures in of the Oreen Cove Springs, lighten your akin) He loaves his widow, Mrs rattle Ktmprr, Barbara Ingle, ....t.. Deem, Fatrlrla

, I the community Is now being Junior Womans Club, at their Genii!* i. I lotion, Jewell A. Hutching! his son recoil Rebecca Wlgkt Nsncy hisses and Sutan ManafUldef

,1. formedRMIU6E. I regular meeting on June U, mnotVilng' .. s gleam, in Green Cove William H.Hutching Orange Marl Th*.o wise worked behind the sane wires

at the V I. A. Building, I 00 tflrr.iimg I, la utrlir IHi. four grand Itorothy Self Nancy" Knowlre, Pat Bland. Seth Maiwslt a4

I O'clock. gent ".aII.rm rm help children, two brother and Jenny IUht,. Patricia. Wells, former flirt 4-H CeM Freal

,s M' r n Members of the V. I.. A. rnuttrrir pulfinrn, three sisters I dent served as narrator for the vent.
). \\ Womans Club (sponsor club of -
: .... soften l
li..h'' sn< give I
I, the Junior Women and their , c.
k ; I husbands are Invited to at. new toungir, froker I Ie"
Ite SALELadles ,., "
: tend. Refreshment. will be ser | k. U. Heafbm talih. I'

., ved full) 'forMtrr ntrrtlinmiliK I M
Oulld of Sacred Heart
r The Junior Womans Club has <1 tre Iht li Catholic Church Saturday,
: rI June 11, '.00 am. V. I. A., undertaken as a summer pro. Iertce JtAO
I Patio. Jert' the remodeling of the V

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II..,. 17 At Klnftlry Art.
The ether "Best of Show" award went te Fatty Redmond, Orange Park, lie.Pb .

seventh grader, for her oil painting of "Penelope the FeUean." Dori .ne 1441111IMlL ,

The entrants have been Instructed by Mrs. Bill Levett ef

Orange Park. Honorable mentions In the show went U Gey SrARrA

Odum Pat Lan, and Rondo "..1.. Ink) Flora Knot, water ...k'-. :

rolori{ Trio. Gnann and Gary Margadenna, pastel II) Fat Late, :-- .: -- ftOTKSI J JI

charcoal\; Kathy FerguMn and Tyrone On.... abstract; IN TUB rtitmr OH'irT u/.

R ndo Ffouts Sherrie Midgets Gale TH,Mt. Fat Love, FatKabrrtaen. .; : ::j;;_. FoRsr u..I'U IIUM.'KHI(' rU'llllM.

and Lee Collins, ell; Roy Smith. Paul Cotee, Pat h. ITU

Love Kathy Frrguaen, and Shirley Calea. ",a'''. ."''ILUI LOWK

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INy noel, SI ass SI IT :
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piano recital will be pre ,licit. She will play selections r u RasI Itl
k.a< a. (sew
rated by the students of Mrs from Debussy and Lecuona.I OWN toil ttUt MKHCUr H' Tlri Mlkl
*.!! fc.. Oms *)U4 ...!...
vuilun P. Erwin. at 7.30; o'clock I| Students who will play' in. ,.. la 105.... .SHUN ...*.
omorrow evening the pariah elude five Erwin children r! BACkARpI ..4 ,.. S.s ,".Ir... !.
5 M** .*.OtO'X'Ta' .......,
Ja of St. Mary Episcopal\ I I lag from 4 &0I\ year In ar. .kM. *.-* .M a44rM .,,*.'
'hurrh.\ The public U Invited. k.r_t>. f.. .rui.. 4W.MM. Mor
will be
Additionally there IN kill .! ....UI., la
[n .rt Is no admission charge Jamr Gary Dobaon. Deborah :..d :.N.I 5.b.. w 14'
Mrs Erwin wife of the vicar I 11..1.1 l ,. ,.. h>....... .. .f
] Push Sandy lure,1. Rob 1 a .. -.. Jaia) its IMI
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rAGE aD: (flay( (County (Eroccut! THURSDAY JUNE 11, 104

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Coca-Cola Little LEGAL 1IOT1CM HIS Reynolds StreetBruniwlek
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described The family of CUuton P. GeoritaCHR1aTJNH BENNETT RIMES!

lands will be told at public auction on the 11th day of July AD. Bannell wish to express their LeGAL INTENTION' *HOTIC TO and PALMER MALOY. RIMES
i o4' I' I fie 5Jh w0il NOTICB OF ; her huibandIlll
1864 at the City Hall of Keystone Height, County of Clay, State deep appreciation to their l REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAJfBNotloe Kay AvenueBruniwlck.

of Florida, to pay the amount due for tales herein act oppositethe many friends and neighbors for 7r' 1r Mw underelgned 1* hereby under given' the that prowlslone the Georgia
same, together with all penalties and costa of such ale and their thoughtful deeds of kind. O X117 Kai ir'v' ? P Ei of chapter Iliei. Law of I JUANITA LANDON. BENNETT
$ 4h 0B6t.4YI$
q : (
.( fl, Florida Acts ef ItlT. will rectater -
advertising. Bale to start at 12 o'clock noon. I ness during the illness and S with the Clark. cf lie Circuit. hi Illl wife Eaat Cherry StreetJeiup.

death of their loved one. Court In and for Clay County, Georgia
Description Owner TAC State of Florida, upon receipt EDWIN H. BENNETT and
Mrs. C. P. Bannell of proof NELLIE! BENNETT/
Lot II. N14! of 14, Bllt 10 W. H. Kdfarn .. . . I5IIILawrenr I Walter Bannell! : notice, the Flctltloue name ef his wife McQEB ,

Lot 1.4.. IB. IA Blk. II L. Lame. . . . 11.70 .4i Car,'. Florida Trader. Route No. tJ
LoU II. II Blk, 1C Paltry R. Brewer . . TII Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weyand : Oran Cove Spring. *,UD. Georcla

Lot It Blk. 1C N. LM Talbot .. . . .. <.tlVlma A, Orange Jams Park FlorldLSirnad Carey CLARA M A U D E PRIE8TER
Lot I Bile. It Lake V. H. Lame* . . . 1.71 I 34 II. -*. 11 PRI ESTER, her buiband

Lot I NcUon'i Point Plat Mary Ella Henry . . . I"1Brtnar FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- "116....U o.Myrtle Georgia Avenue

Part lot II Plnecreit Add. Babb . .. . .. . I.IS embed house extra nice at 41S LEGAL NOTICB. ARNOLD H. BENNETT: and

LoU I, S. Blk. I BunrlM Park Harry 8 Olma . . . . T.IS Cypress St., OCS. Contact GCS \ wife MARY LOU BENNETT, bin

Lot tl, Blk. 1 Sunrise Park P. H. Ducan . . . . ..07 24-B2U. V(4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T BtrlnctowaWeed.
lara D. McDonald In CHANCERY: WILLIE MeKbftNEY! and

City Tae Collector No. IU1 JAMES': CLINTON McKE.NNEY
LEGAL NOTICE William & Adkln her buaband
I flalnttff 1071 Wlleon Street
v. Macon, O.orfla.
Paid Political AdvertisementI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of Sarah B Adkln WILLIAM HILEY BENNETT
THE FOURTH JUDICIAL : DofendiolNOTICE 1071 W 11.0. Street

CASH' No. H71ftOTirn 104 South Racine Street BENNETT his wife
OP ADOPTION Chicago, Illinois' 1141 Felton AvtnuoMaron
IN nil:: ADOPTION OK 7 a. suit ha been filed agalnit HELEN HARRIS and ANDREW
DONALD RAYMOND BTILTNEIl, ( F.t you In the above entitled. I.Eo HARRIS her huaband
by JOHN H. PRATER and I CRIICINT PHOTO IT GINS KOZA cause and you art hereby r. Rout No. 1

OK01UJJB PHATKIt. and The members of the Coca-Cola team who Robinson Jimmy Cummings Donnie Moore Qulr.d to ...n. upoe. pia4ntleraattorney sod. .... Milan. Georgia
tl1 d wife.: ITo I i whoa .m. JOYCE: BENNETT JAMES and
(7 BETTT: KATHKIUNKHT1LTNKR iare preeently second place arel L-B (Kneel. WilDe Piihl. Jesse Cnmmlnfl. Back row) Irons appear benson your written ALBERT CLAY Sillb.r!:

r now BETTY I Paal Glenn Cum- Manager J. O. Neyman, Mickey Downing, Jack defenses If any, te the bill of huiband
KATHERINE JTHTUB log Thrower Jones, George complaint In said cult copy of

111 THIRD STKKET: : BOOTH. I mines, bat boy Danny Harper Wayne Cum- Coon James Padjett Jock Bush Jerry Coon, which I I. delivered to you herewith I liruniwlck.1111 Reynolds Ueorcla Street
before June It "..D.IUI. .
CANTON 7. OHIO on or
You will nleae take notice tnlnfa, Coach Leon Armstrong Ind row Joe Mike LeBlane, Coach Walter Bentley. MARTHA KOHUHAM BEN.

hut JOHN H PRATER andOLORUIU Herein fall not or decree pro NETT Jcfferionvlll Oeorrla.
PRATER buiband and I conf neo will h* entered ago net I
wife have filed In the Circuit for the relief prayed In th* HKHTEK.: her husband
Court of Clay County, Florida apetition Miss Susan Bourne EngagedTo 1 -- -I Dill of 1561 8harondala Dr. N. E.
NATURE Georgia
praying that ,an order ___ THR Or\ SAID SUIT
might be made granting thorn BEING FOR Divorce I
MONO BT1LTNBK your minor Mr. Carl B. Johnson CLAY COUNTY. KLORIUA of. laid Court at Grrn wife
child, .and that THURSDAY the I In CHANCERY: 1..1* IIprl".. Florida, thl IDth I Hot 17Keotman. Georgia
I Ulh day. of JULY 1(14, at I ".me. ?). Kane, Jr., of Mny.AD, lit
o'clork P.M. of aald day, at the __ Mainliri nnrman: L CARLISLE SHIRLEY B. SELLERS and
courtroom In the Cloy County l Mr. and Mrs. Ji. K Bourne V" .Clerk Circuit Court I ALBbltT: : K. 8ELLfa.H8..: br
Counhou In nreen C o v.Spring. Linda Kane Ily Vivian H "Sohm husband
., Florida' ha* been ..t for I of Rugby England and Falls Defendant I Iiepnty Clerk 4441 Euall Avenue

the hearing of paid petition, and Church Virginia announce the No. CW7ftOIICH Court 80.1) .Mnron, GeorgiaK"ELLA
you are hereby n tlfl"d to appear UK NUT J. C PappAttorney ( LORD JOVE8 and
and ihow cauee If any you mar I engagement of their daughter THIS STATE!: OF FLOKJUA-TO: for Plaintiff HHEDKICK WILBUR JONES
have why the of nald ... O. Bex 444 her huiband
prayer Susan Lola 1 to Carl B. Linda Kane I Address:
.. Florida Rout :Nod!' Bm nod
ftltlfn hnnM not h. grented laOl Oak Strut Green Cove Sprint.
WITNESS: MY HAND AND t- Johnson' son of Mrs. Janle M. t...nville. IxouUlina I' ..... .... II, tTI I I Mncnn Georgia
1' Johnsonof
and the late Oscar M.
Cove flprlnire, Florida thin a suit her been died aalnat D. FORD her huibinj
A Sth dar of June, 114nKonnrc Oreen Cove Springs Flor you In the above entitled cause 601 Liberty Street

(Court" L. CARLIULB ida. Miss Bourne was graduated I I and eerie you upon are plaintiff hereby required attorney to LEGAL NOTICE_ -= i JOYCE Falrhope,LORD Alabama FLEW ELLYN

OF THE cinrrirrniiRT from the Washington ,, whoee namn and address appear and MARSHALL .. rLEV.f-.L-;
+ ...ii.'AA4A OF CLAY COUNTY, hereon, your written deftnire If LEGAL nOTICB LYN. her huib.nd
FLORIDA. School for Secretaries and ate any: to the bill of complaint. 'lailit Notice I* hereby given that th. Houte No. 4
I would tike to take this opportunity to thank the By Orare M, Carllele tended the George Washington suit, copy of which la dell .. Cur County Zoning Cummliiion Macon, (leorllta l lDK.LLA
Deputy to you herewith I on or be. will hold a Hubllo Hearing oIhureday. PAYNE DAVIDSON
citizen of Clay County who supported and voted. for me (.tl. II II 7-1 I University and the Universityof for July II A.D. l)44' I I June 11. 1HI4 at 1:00 Ma DAVIDSON, her huaband.

during the recent election. I am very grateful for the South Carolina where she !! Heroin fill not or doe>r.* pro O'clock f.U. tn the County Corn If married
t eonfreen will be entered agalnetyou million Chambers of the Clay Allentown Georgia
confidence you have shown In me. X will at all times work was a member of Delta ErtaV for the' relief: prayed In the [i county Courthouse. Green Covi MAMIB KNIGHT and MR

for the better schools and equal educational opportunities Murrhee sorority, and ls presently employed !I bill of romtilalnt.: I, Hprinue I Florida far the* purpose KNIGHT, her husband If mar-
The NATURE: Of lAID SUIT I I 01 hearing objection, If any, to tied
tor our children. with the National Bankof RHINO' : FOR Divorce.WITSEHH I I rnonlng from Itl present Afrl 401 Wait llnd Street
Insurance my band and the culture. Zone. t* Reeldentlal*' Savannah Ueorcla
Agency Washington. Her fiance, a'| ..el of said Court at green CoveMnrlng |I (KO Zone) the following dt*. WILLIAM D. VULKER80.NIlll

THANK YOU graduate of Florida State Unl1verslty *. Florida, .til (th day of crlbfl propertrt Dearwood Drive
June Al). ll... Unit No. 4 Mtadowbrook. according Atlanta borne
and currently. studyingat (Court Real.nn"ORUI I I to plat thereof recorded IDA WILLIAMS and JAMES J.
i the American University la : !: L. CARLISLE In Plat Book ', P.|*. WILLIAMS her huabtnd
I Clerk Circuit ('ourtB II 4k (I, Publlo Record et 40* bait: ISlh Street
Leon A. Baxely with the Naval Medical Vivian H. ohm Clay County, Florida.All Alma, OeorclaUKACB
.K: MISS SUSAN L. BOURNELICCUL Institute An August Deputy C'lerk I earthen la Inureit and : ANNBTTE BENNETT.
.... DennU K. Dlnrle cltlaena shall have an opportunII Ul'IMARES and HAL ROBERT

I wedding Is planned. Attorney for PluJnllffAddrmn \ to be heard at said time anCla'y < OL'IMARKS. her 11111 band
.OTI('a SIT Law .
Eichanie III.. I toil Regal Road
lIulld In. County Zoning Commie Van Antoalo 14, T...*
A l> FUR CLAY COUNTTFUHlda ,./1. II. II '.1 By: James R. ('r .." Chairman NETT
Aieit CLASSIFIEDFOR Pub. June I, U. 1(1' loll Bloomfleld I Drive
Phone73.73. ll.* DIVISION I Ii : U McCORD and
SOUTH BROOKLYN SAVINGS RENT-I teem e ttage en ___ ,. PHILIP McCORD. ker huabaa
BANK, a coraoratloa, A JUIUUI II' MANee4uL't. 'ALII: Illl Spartan *tre.t
River Chan nicely firnbhed- NOTICE
j .. t..lla.J eaiaa "II Ar5a'.14; Macon Urorda
vs. Phew 211-1574. 4-11 ......... Y/alai... "II ........ M; I ETHbL; a AHBKLL.: and OLIN
F. 1IENHT *n. JOHN e.l-civ>4 r..... ..IMTO M ..... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LEE ABBELL. her huibaad
I M, IIKNHY.: hi. wife) and JUAN by ....., taal uy y.rtye ..t a writ TILE tUcKTH JUDICIAL 111 Columbi. Street
URAL and TOMMY It BEAU v( """.IU.D" ...,.. June I, A.U. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Macon Oeorcla.
kl. wife.Itefendanti. I I INOTlno LEGAL NOTICE tut*, weunu vui ei tae LeelrlctCourt. YOU CLAY COUNTY BETTY JO BLOOD-WORTH and
: _
et me boned autee lot I|!I IN CHANCERY: CHARLES W. BLOODWORTH,
i "OF MIT i iu. .... al. District' of tlundaoauuitu No. C.II4 her bmbaadHoute
THB'" BTATK OF FLORIDA-TO! NOTICB OF CLOSING OF lOAD : a > .nt rendered in Bud JAMES K YONOB. No. 1. Dry curb
THOMAS F HRNHY and. PHOCKEDINUS Court o. tie ass aajr of June1.u. I 1 I Plaintiff.' Georgia
JOAN MHBNRV.. his .ifIl.a1dense I I TO WHOM IT MAY IVNCERNlYea *. lose IB >i.%er el Oiled r. ALFRED W. PAYNB and MRS.ALFHKU .

I I'I 1'nkeeweYUI1 NOTIFIED will please take notice 1111" ef Amor,,,. an. sealant DORA LEONE BENNETT: *t al. W PAYNK, bus wife
ARE HKltlllIY: aaalnat that the I r>ARL> OF COUNTY Virginia W, .wlln. a lens ...., 1 l'.r.ndant*. If married
b..n filed$
ault ,
that a .. and COMMIKSlONKKS OF CLAY ,, d-b-a Miarke. Pry Cleaner ]NOTICE 'TO APPEAR Montrose, Deorcla
tk above cau you
Laundry el I
Aare. un tae liu TIll: STATE OF FLORIDA T0
are required I la:nT"ot: and Sloe el a qualified land owner day ut June A.U. Irilong i| DORA LEONE: BENNETT PAYNE, hi* wife 1C marriedAllenlnwn
with th. Clerk I will at I.I* .'....ork A.M. on the uiM>n tae following demrlbid reel 441 Kaat Jarrann StreetHaielkuret. GennlaF.RVF.ST .
to ..rve a copy Ikereof upon Oho IIIH day of July ALA 1M4 at ..,.t.. altualtd in tb. County ul Oeora-ia \\'ILKJlRIIlN and
"orll" '. ,
plaintiff Courthouie In OreenCora
the County ETTA R. WILKKR80N
Clay and mat of Florida win hla
1111".!. lledlew' fhamber* andAdanta Sprlnca. Clay Coal,. Flor. to, : MARY 1.KOI4R H NECKS and wife National hack All of the Lot trail er pl. Ida cvnilder end determlae land lying, aliuate and III Cofleld Drive.
being 4n husband
. Jarkeonvllle t, Florida,
Studding. whether er not the rounly willy.c.t. Hop rill., .
later than July 1 II. 1)11, If Illl Button AvenueOaelanatl
not ., abandon dleconlnue.eltxe .
you fall, an le da, a Decree Prot'onf.eeo renounce, and dleeleJm. telng more particularly deecribed It, OkieM. VM.I.LJI.WkLLN and DAVID F
a* 41 feet off the SnOb her kueband
will he entered slalnntye. C. W1IX.IAMB and
of Clay County the
any right .r
for the "11.t"' In I I'uUlo In and to aar I."d., or aide..,...ef Lot I ol Jame M. lul. MR!*.' M. C. WILLIAMS kll. Alma Third, UeurclaLILJ Street
Adtlitlun te Tow of King. I Ialey
''I i r !r ?![ v'wwrlrar .ll the Complaint. a mortOBe.This nil The reelItroprriy \ read/ or highway tkereln.pup.acquired.... te that for being la 'Mectloa' 14.t.Tewa. I.' Ill wife.Taw If married AveaaeP.KKNF.H HILTON: and HARRY D.
nip 1 Mouth, Itanie II fcael, asoboe HIL1UN. her kuebaad
prorveded afalnet. tai" Msron. 11..1.
certain drool or road located I I. le* lih
Lot Twelre III, Ftlnrk Seven ('Is, County. Florida da rlbedae on map recorded la fwd WILLIAMS and MRS dtreetAlma.
'j Hook "K- tkorgn1EAA11
al fag 144 ef lie
I itl, MKAlMiWIIIUlOK, Unit I INal. I KKRNEIt WILLIAMS his wife
.a ; PublM. Heeord B.Ml.Ell and Q. tSNIDKR. :
1 according to plat thereof | McXa'sNo I II 'I ef Clay Couaty, i If marriedIrvlnaMnn.
dl tv A part of a afreet In Florida. l Irae and I* feel I II |I II her buebtad
Pooh S,
I'lel fl.nrrla
r.rardeit In t. there- ..
4 according
I on the Men ails ef laid lot I * Aehland tint
peaIt and II. of ,". of a* recorded In flat Book I I II I re WALTER JOHKrif nKVNim"
will, accordingly, offer laid real Ckrlnie. TelaeBELL
tublt record of Clay I IINiMBtT. I pace II ef the Puhlle R. and GENEVA SMITH BEN.
rI..,.... I vorde of Clay CUB Mr, Florida.eaM aerved for a -. aa4: tats I I NKTT his wife' CLKO.NA WITH ROWIX'LLINS
4 Teaetk.r wlik.. all ilrurturee and1 part feeing more rartl. ,:, elate for aale, at publM vendu "...11I.. I1nrala and J. C. OULLI.N8.
to the "loa II.., .bldd-r, her huebandHoute
aa host
Impreiremenle now and her* MAl't IIADPRn BENNETT:
rularly deecrlbed ae follow:
after .a nail land, and flitureaaltarked I Sir reek, en the *(k day ef July, { 1ST Myrtle Ateni No. I
the roc.tor '
: Bran at I'
1a 1 ITctor ,"."... ales, all sa..1)| ef eald lot I. McKar'i No I I A U 114, at II o'clock A.M. ke. ....... Oenra'laHKTTY Srrevea. L.UeorilaHr.SKT eloctrlit.' water ami other .1hlOllnll. |I 4 thence run loath St ...r... fore the Court Hone Coop atUreea JPUM' AliEN and UKANNE.1
emk1.6 r.II..,.II... Vteet 14* feet tI,-,,,... North I* Cove Springe, Cliy Ceaaly, ': MIL ALLEN her II.."..... Jesse, MortlaCt'THEIIT '
Florida Dad, June, ird. ADIH4. III Oil HYATT sad
1 llaktln. plmnMna, taiUlallag, <4.ire. IS Kail. H feeli If married.
Irrlatllnl, aad power r tme,)I'| Nnrtk 41 ...'- Rait. HIM I JOHN K. MAOUIHkX OR i iV I II 11 C.nler Drive: KITH. CONNOR IIT ATT, bin
..... .. tht.,... a. Marshal, MlddlrnatHot .. wife
.111. appliance feet thence Soalk I* ...r... I I IF Fael H-e fnr1, H. C.
and ...IIrt........, which now .... ll feel: thence Mould I I or Florida gameel a. Jaeebeea, JfAI.ICA BIMMOVS aad .Kllijay, 0.,1..UM'TY .
l'oll" MORAN
",,"ft.. pertain I AetU..aat Altane.y j JOHV SIMMONil her behead .
are nr may 1* .."... 41' WooL 10145 feel ''
ke uw/ will In. or en .t"'j .'Ia auffe Attorney, 41 Rut Jernen Street WALTER MORAN. her k*. ead
This big beautiful Chrysler l.roml.... '>.n lho,k they ] t;.the.. .point ef glaalng.may ann..p t|I' ..tI. 15, 05. 7.5LEGAL HefelhBret Cle rrla' 111 It,..Kmereoa"... a. New liar YerkNCUJB
.. ....
.eerli d or deterkakl at the time and niece above CLARK W" '*" aadMKaX

.. WITNESS r'r.:: bead and tk* _I fl.. and be hoard CLARK WILLIAMS, hi.. PRICK her.PHICB.....aid....HENRY H.
is priced less than owl' ef this at Ore.a CaveBerime. Italed' h... *. 1144 I I I lwrN'11lmc. wit. If merrl..
Florida, ,.... 4tk day efn Tim OARI OF rocjfTY '_ : I Crveeeii. A...*. 441 Eaet 1Mb Street
Jar.. A. D. lees.ldRGR WMMIMUllNKRi: '" OF CLAY wlnneaAole. (.'swan. Alma, .1 *rgiaAlhR "
( L. CARLIPLR: I wriJIfRS VIM.IAM and ITH.ftO"COW: $7 a month moro than you'd mt'NTY. FU1KIDA Illl Kill
.rk Circuit re,rtH ... neerie ... Carllele I I I VR*. wriwrni' WILLIAMS Mruaewtrk.Street
Vltlen H. sobs lark T* whom It aaay eearerm: I bus wife If married' Oeargla
bisect Cl.rk .. 1.11 will Be4 be reepeBelkle far aaykllle tit "' ..r." trace Street WILL"*>4 PKTKH HYATT eel
for a Ford or Chevrolet.We're June 11. II. .July I ...Ir..'" by aaieae ether Naha G..wia' POLLY HYATT, ki. wire.
'" 1 bar ., 41* Nenk U....... Street
Ln.-- laytair en after this dale, HARRY WtMJAhf and MRSM.rtnr
--Ec ; ,
-- -. May 11. IM4j trttUAMB. ale wtrVldalla Laaraaae. pee,u
Lt.UL bOTlt. Roy a Hlllaav [r. It rwarrl.d MARY WITIIRdW RUSSELL

comparing prices on a Chrytler Newport Ford FH! TUB: CIHCTIT' nt'lt.-u; IN CLAY cinrit' PLOItIIIriAla OF Ore r>. a** ftoa Cev..i n*. : ,mu O-*BirrT.teKIMIK c ciuxtiItl sad keebaadVeaaamrteH MEREST KCBSCLU bar
OaUxie 500, and Chevy Impala. All 4-door sedans. All la fHANCkMY .. .. Allen, ilea Myrtle' Avw5STEriCr4 e AIM e.. ,
Mary K. Hraeker, F IIKhTIICTT' : *R, < MILLER
PlaintiffHerbert WIM ilIa : -wrTrTROW
.ii'rl+: comparably equipped. The difference i U lets than $7 1laullutl.rrv to L>> and. IRNEIJTTLRPKMKI'IT: Keaigarleea Ke.d
.. U ARaD.f..daai 11. wifJeevox rlele
,I a month! Hratker1I. 0ala 1c SIyARE ..I:IUt IT nor'.
... .., CII4Iavrtm IN INS COCXTY JUDOaT Read N < N* > F1W'CR&I&UD
AltO '''IIC1.
We're talking about a beautiful big 18-foot. 2-ton NeII... .r atrr WONT IN AMU roll CLAY las w. QuenchI.eflNA Eta aa
*cm..M or all? TUB aTATai t>F FLOMIDA-TOl lVl'NT'.LpLoIUIIA, II".I"! eel tu.I. Ptefhtt/r aaewerer eiberea4ia
1'1! : Chrytler. With a 361-cubic-Inch V.8 engine Power TUB STATE i>F FUUHIUA-TO| Herbert U Allea M PIlOOATFOSS & WILJJAM REID .r.... JK plaint fee Mnillee ef renal'Cam.
leer/ llmckerNeeldeaee lit But SUagemee .,.... MU .ll lie, kMk.a4iu reel
....,.. I
; steering Power brakes. Automatic transmission. Radio. I aeai H.r....r4ia*. Ce,.f.ala I M MiltUTTATK ttJ.l.'eswB. Cheat peerry FUrtda. Clay
I YOU AKN It"""b'N< I CD TOO Aka DESERT rHrTIFIKDthat : 0 r LUTHUUA IV OeirglawtrTM feUev* teni Beerrtbed a*

Heater The works! Out a nail Baa .... riled a.*uale a...>t has bee* file ...,... MORIrau.1 HKxwrrr MORTON and L...e *| .. .
: .. IB Ik. ake talltled -_ t.. la Ike ebote ..u.... veee --"A l'O'IAUF" MORTON: kerkeekB4 TOWN Or ORAXflTpAllBr
Come in. Well quote you a price you'll go for. And! ... tee are booby ,... >e4 to sal tee sro r. a4re4 sNs I|I A':1': aorr BS r..lag te -. ef t Is ,.....
eerv* ups. pUletifTe attroefwftee 4ala 4T all* | Kelal* el lit Mrrtle "....* e' ike nmr
; subtract big bundle for your car to boot. aexe aed a4dre **.e.r waeee ..- sad a.4- appear Let ken* a .....f&ll. Imaiia.r ,.....'sRATOVRO NAN. AVD 4 wivrcn 4/
II...... I'"If wrttleei .......* Ifaa fcereva, tear wtmea If . bobby MOMS e4 rwqeiredle BKJrVFTT 5NiaROTKT COMPANY. IMPMVMNT, ..I
'.. 1..a ..... w ..rsl.Aaw,1meal Meet etwee. U dew at mmehb per' *. to ka| kill e.m'leeat to .a.. t* too kill .. -,Ui4 !. |Ue sin .eUla er eeaiaaaehwa Ok. EMNKTT, fcki *>... K ef. rare 4a fwd
... .errs 1daaay d.ars.a 0arp.nn ea0W .... Irwl. wage rew.a end .ragas Mid eall, rpy :: whir) M ... wee ewll war .t .11... .. ... they may ka.e *.%!- wife .. .,.. Cate al.b.ege O Sal Cie..
..*.,..d le yee .,...., *o .. Mtr tie4 e. er said estate la .e e YMe e< IkeMlr ...... N*. I ... hili' 0 I. .1 ..4t. ef
SEE TOUR CHRYSLER DEALER-THE I .. hi l II A IV 141M k.rer JolrII AONLoss IHerelaj I > Je4.. el oar May.F Sousa 0. ..,1eET <<'-e.t.. y1..Na--' .' Clay
.r'lB fall a.t e* derre* .r. tell e4 ee dwreeeafeee Ire laps. I. ,.. eevrUwveewnfcia .t F.L PTRICELANDNI eel Oe ..... .. .
reiered .4 '' 1.a5 .,......, ..... .. teo-. .. .
***re ee will be sealant vlU K el e egale 41NLM Neel Male !,1.nK. .
1 BEST OF THE BIG CAR MEN tee f>* Ike relief .peaped is tk* rer Ikve rolled Med !. the eia wiwdef. mNlhs fromIns RIe.boSae dlwgts DIR Cesb amr..,... t.. R CMR.
,... b01 .... .. .. BIke 0e. c-.o:
INS f .IU i1MK I .f .ea'55. the i .Na eaheeas J. T. oTEYlYIUN ...._ .
!\ ,"\'''_ OF SAID BCTT TMK HATt'N[ 5)F SAID It'n .f taw. _ie*. Ra a claim. er O'setwsrr..e *.nw.e., M .ae '-'_

Meager IIMM I2:! SKINS FOH 1'1 rereeWITHK. S>gWItKruE' m_ ,deeae4 ..e. be M wrtua* a4 rl..rte wtn-| ... MbVIlake
.**! *>y bead aa4 tkeeel heel *a4 Ike meet .ea. IB. tea** .. r.ei. *
ef .*>4 root el a.... C evrtaaa eeM low el 4>e**. nr. .'see paN pew aAdreee el t..e AISRI.YT Wf'OC'ROW DIXON is rr i .eel b. -
ne44e, IkM lid say .. =: *. FUr 4e. I Me Mk My el '.Wm at ... .. be **_ 55I I i .... 5Mee1aa )&.e... *..oMrfttin. ikAee .. this
tae A Iris Jess A IV IM4. 1,ij" ike ...'..... \ta eg. % er Nu I k. aFterVte. .......
00000,1 Paellulunala & as ..-..*. er H .*M 0v.' 'di .,...... w_ a weer t\w tee. -.0119.
U C,,'U.... ? !'' u c.nutuiCUrk I..M s.e.e11.q le lava IH. NII.PN'OOP" RRrrrr'vw h e. M Aye ...... Coroq
('t fi Orr l4 CV.rtVfitea ,,"... Oe nIt a.Rea WarrttSlBlk > ass Wn1. It "'Mt..A reel n.e.. -....-- .,......... II
I Clayton REVELS CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTHInc. : 0r H Sat Ylet.. H SW.eil N barons ge..wlp(1 ef Pnwr" ? be .?. "dW' [
i l>*e ty (1 rkhug
Allvrawy Me. FUNXIttA *I* t= ..,1L.e.Uff Wyr Co ....I.._re.en4 llttrw. .s p ei owwwrTweNwwvw Ibis t* ..rr .--.r... 11 45t7.fb .Sl+PMa

lit NORTH OUNCE ATXNTC Cftis cone srmnoa I "' |*| Law Iohait. AMfwl: 11aebee Les .i.Ist.WYLt liter**? .. LewKete4iee sad Jwl.e. lIEU .. -.r N,IN-(K.eo5 .....

Keildie* MeigiAtarv Tlall4. ....... 'VtIate
...-.".,. "..... | *.(He. n-.. fer K__,n. r.rr:= : :..: Mr f3a.1
1 I .,.. Itl t.1 'IL It IV (.. I IV. I*. .... It M.wa, Oeegos eel ft II


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Clay County (Ercoccui PAGE IKYRN


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Lot t. Block 1Lws part t. of Lot I, Block It North
BAD 141.w1l4 Park "r.. James W. Olt ..... I.U Buburfco. as rao In OR No. 4nage .
III Arthur Brew .,......*< Ills
Lot 1. Block IS 141.w1l4 Park Tarn W. 1\.1.: . .... ..... 11,11All ,
I NOTICE U hereby given that the foUowlnf described lands Part ef Lot I, Block It North. ..
BEST will be aold Block n. 141..1141 Park James E. r....." .... ...... '.U Suburbs. bound< nn North by
at public auction on the 7th day of July 1M4 at ltd Albert Ut, East by Ma-

the Qty Hall, door In Green Cove Sprints, Florida to pay the Block n. Lot t. 1<11.. lor, South br Johnaon. Wilt
Herbert A Marl/ 33..11.7 .. 11.11 .
weld Perk IIX W..hlnlltOIl Una, aa raIn <
amount due for all taxes herein get opposite to the tame, together bleed Rnok II paga 111.etrapt
with all cost of Lot. allll '. Block U. ldlswlld part raf: in Drad
AlllCO>DmOfl! >0 MILK \' I I such tale and adrertlolnt Park James E. Padgstt ........ '..UWnt Book U. p... It Rattle Major ..... ... .. . 11.11

OWNER TAC II fL 0' loOt I. Block Purl of lot I. Blork II. North

P.805 Block (T, aa recorded sly .11 lot .. Block II .1'. 11.llsmlltls Suburbs. aa rev. In Deed Bonk
MILBERGER In Dead Book II, it '/0 part to61tI lot. pane 101 Rudatts A Lucille Johnson 11.11
W. D. pain nub Annbur/ ... ........ 11.11
Palmer A Ferris Tract Brnaat Tipples .......... | 4 T4 Part of Ut I I. Block It NorthHuburhe

REFRIGERATION Lot 1. Scottan'a Raplat of Wait 1411 '. Block ... P. n. Hamilton aa roe. .In Daad Book
1'.1 ...... ........ IIA/ IT 41
Ill. 04 Block IT, Palmer and '/D G.orl. page Bertha ....11. Pluto .. I.IT

All ...,rl. Tract Plat Book 4, Part of Lot t Block.
It. North
page I* Franklin Roaanbuak ...... 11.11 Lot lock 11 Ora.. COY
SERilCEI :an.. hart, Ru.'holte ...... 11,11 $uburhi. aa I'... In Dead Book
Fo Lot 1. Bcottaa.. Raplat or Wept ... page lit Willie Has Freamae .. . . ITI
I CeaeHfknlB lI ire of Rt.ek1.. Palms Lots I A 1. Block 1/. OrsisCovs
Air FUfrlsvrattaad .. .. ..... ..... Lots I.1I&Il/DefLotC
Rvatlaar P>rrlce HOME Farrla Tract. plat hook 4, Iprl".. Janlru P. Butl.r of Ut t. Block It. North

9 S. Patmette Street p... I* Franklin Roatnbaak ..,,,. Ml W..t hit 0' Lot I. Block II Suburbs Ida N. Cooper ..........,. ITI

none Phone 284-J7M CALL 164-9949 Wept 4 'M ft ., Lot II. and Oren Cora Yprlol/ lire n. Mulls ......... lI.n Kaatarlr It
all lot I&, Franklin Sq. a 1. lllork tl. Nortk
Bosln- Phone II4-9M1 Weal halt 0' loOt I. Block II Suburbs
8/D .f Block 1"/, Palmar Urns Cove Springs Mrs. nut" It holder .... .. au.I. aa ,.. In OR No. II pagaPart
CAUKY'SFLORIDA Verrla Tract Jack A Ida Brookar ..... I1Jame. /N Naomi' Smith, et kl ...... .. 141

TV APPLIANCE South IT ft of Lota t. T and 1. W..t halt .f Lot 4. Block II Tboma. 1w A Jessie Wapner af Ut I Block

SERVICEWe also all or lot. <. I. and 1/. Urns Core epriats .. ... . .. ................. II." Suburba. aa. ton INorlb in Dead

Green Can Block B. Oak Helghte, Pal' I. Sot /. Block U. Green Cer.lprinae Book I. pals II*. and Deed
Repair An Brands ".rrl. Tract
Sertlclnf Clay Counts 15 E. Palmer St. Deed Book 111, pago aa I reo IT la F. Mullls ?...... t.T* John IC Ou..t .r...., .... n.u deao.Hook In CC OR, naia Nn.III IS,, paga Uaa part lit,

For Sixteen Anti nee S. W..tIf Lot I, Block 4Una '. and OR No. II. page III T J. Alderman .,.... .. .. IT4
Tears Part of Lot H. Block 111. Pal- I C"">. Iprings Allr. N. Kill. ............ '..UI
Granite Park Ph. 284.853FULLERTON'S mar A Farrla Tract a* roe. Ill Part of Ut I. Block II, North
Oran!le Park OR No. (I page 411 Luthar K. Ollllaa ........ Illl Wut IT ft. 0' Lot I. Block /1. ubvrba. aa roc. In l>ead
II r.o. I. OK N. U. pigs BookT. page 44T Earl Prasstl ......,.. ITI
BUndlnf Road Part of Lot C Block II*. Palmer I 111 lu". hurls .... ........ II."
A Fords Tract .. r_ Part of Ul I Blork II, aa rao.In .
S4 N. Orange Are Jacksonville I In Deed Book I4t, page Ill 1:1: <10. J. A Annie Robinson II II West hit of lot I I. Block U. OK No. II., /al111, North .
BUndlnf A Bor..II"5 Uak ilL S/U. Ur... lubarba Bnahar T. Oliver ...... IlllEd
Green Cove Spre. 284-4 44 I Part of Lot C. Block ",. Pal I I Covaprlsga I. n. A Inn .hatlr .....e 11,11L.ta
I mer. Farrla Tract .. roc, West Tt ft of Waat half ./ Ul .

ME TRADE In OR No. II ,... lit Eldon: < Rohlnion .... . .... '.U 1. .. 1 cad .. Block U. 1RI.h II. Nodlh Suburbs Bartley ?........... It.llIX
IIoN.II' Oak. ilL -0. Urns
BEVERAGES OF I'uhlit"I Part of Lot C. Block 111, Pal. I C.,. /prings Fred 1Agrand .... ...... lI.n Ul R S/D nf Ul U. Block
mar A .."1. Tract aa ree. It. Northsburbl A. Reyd ........... II Tt
: In Deed Book II. pals 5 4 Rufus W. Parker ........ 11.11Mldetatse Lot 8, Block 11, Rordss's aklit.
I I/11, Ur.a Cova rprlags Frad LSgrand .... . .... a." Ut P. '/1) af Ut II. Black
Part et Lot P. Block I4T. Pal' It, North SukurkaUt Bra .... Hill ..... ... .,. IT4
PAUL'SAU Tract Lot I. lIK'II II. Dor",,'. Oak
mar A Ferris aa raa.
BAXLEY'S In OR N.41, page stt. being 11 110. Una Coos IprlaiS Prod ....,..4 .... ..n... 111Lol O. ./0 ef Ut II, Blaok It
t... Wept 111 ft af tha North North Sukurba Lucille Jonas ..........,. ITI
Legal Bererate I** Ft of the South III ft 1. Block 11. 8o.a' Oak Eaatarlr 1st ft of Le'0
Open I A. M. te 1 A. M. Complete Ante of East I4T FtA H..... ........ IT.TlO II. I/D lien IM. part: t. 11W. af Ul It lla..k I*. Nortk
Urnn eprloge FraS i.gras4 ...,.u. ... '.U Suburbs ..
roa, In OH No II
Dnrml County Line Lot lying b.t... 141..". ,
North ., Orange Park 1400 W. Id Ava. Bonaraalor Ares Part .t Block N Rar.'s Oak pals IIIUt Stehaa FeaaevkJoe ...a....., IMI

Ph. trr' Palmer. In Deed A Farrla Book Tract II, pagaMl Mroe. : .roe.I/U Is, 1.1-ISSN Bak are 1/SVrise.. eta 1. Block It, Nertk Suburbs Aadr.w/ .,.......... ILl'

Green Cere J. Mgrrhae. ........... IT4 111 lags .... .. .. un OR _uarte, ef Ut I. lllork It
BOATS, I A w." half ef Ut I, Pluck
Flee Part .f Block II*. Deeds 1/D Lot V. or Wilt 'liar .t Lot I ly- I*. North ...lIur..... aa reo.In .
Palmer A Farris" Tract, aarae. Ins Honk N bla k 11, tlr.a .... Rock ft
>(>" Pick-up In. OR No. (.. p... 141 Illrsm Dart .............. I*.II ('.55 Spnnle. pars yes.Is page lit Lee 1C.1I.l1u. ..n.,...... 11.11
on 1'II.' pals 111 1I."r Oulll" .. ..... I. Qurl., .t loOt I. Plo.1I II
INLET MARINA Handle Any and A Lot Wet of ACL n,. and North s.bsrbs pelaey A Wllf.rd DH11.11
Nortll It ft. .r till List kill
I'phoUtrry North of Confer Bt, aa ree ,
In Daad Book 14 pose II*. of lot t N. 11a "Nil' Quart. ., Ut 1. Black
MOKCCRT JOHNSON lltROLD Palmer A Ferris Tract Rah Weaver ........... '.U FT, .'ir.t: ; of lit bang I It North Suhurha, ....,t
ENGINES! Owner (' Nortll.r BINk1. Ursa" LycSrtus Mltsr .. .. ... lI.n part .. Willi... (toMoll .. Stsraas ..... ITI
Part of Palmer A Farr!. Tractaa
nOSilY BOATSrK7V EDWIN r..... In OR No tl. rags Part ot t... 'arl" hit .r I Part .f the NB guns of UtI
: TIUII.KItH, Son and 14T, being a Lot II* ft. brIII Black 1 North Suburb., acoo. Him'a IS Nartb itukurka.
ft. facing ft. on Itnh.arta Is 1)5.4 Book 11. pals aa rao. ,in 1... Book I*, page
ALEe! SERVICE C. A. 81. part of Block4 Curtis Courier .. ... ... "" 111 Frisk r. Drys .. .... .... 11.11Lot IS. May Williams .......... MTll.Ua

OUTBOARD IIEI AIR Gob 1 and '. Dewltle I/O Rlaphan 105.5 . .. .. ... ... ITItaphan ., PI.r' II, Wllooi a Klrk.palrik Part ef Ul /. Hloek I* NarthHukurba.
| Hwy. 17 Orange Park I '/1\ Ilertb' '.ht'" 'h. W. C Jean ... ... ... 1111 aa t.. In bit No.
. . .. ...... IT4 ,
Lot T, Iewllt'D Jonas II, Cass III William .......n till
Phone CO 4R1GN .US 1.511 hit of IM '. DINk
REED Lot It, Pewltt'e l/n Wlllla A "h.,.. Plummar I.Tl >I U, Nsrl1 Suburb/ Wilily 115551 ........ ".n Part af Ut 1. Block II. NartklUkurlia
aa res. In t>aad
PAINTING Lot II. Mwitt'.1DIll Mary Adam. .. ... ... ... 111MldSlata Bat ball .r lot 1. niHil INorth .. Slush 44. page 4* Mails .... FarraatJehaala .... I."
.. . .. a.U
tebsras W. n. Hall .. .. .. .
II D.wltta I/O llomaa .......... II ,.1| Part af Ul 1. Blwk It, "n rlhauburtie
TAX S : Rust halt .t t.'t I.. Rlseb 1Norsk .. as rc.. In |",a4
Lot It o..ltt'D Arvllla Aldrldg .. .. .. H.UAn ..h" I.. ...rtllar.1r Hook 41: 41
QUALITY 400 Walnut 11 f'f W. 11 11.11) ..... ......... 1.11A pass Kane ..n.,..... ITIBugaae

TeL Lot It Dawltt'o "10. airapt \ Part ./ Ul T Wiles S/D, Slack
part ra!. In T..d Hook laT Let Iit.. r.t'I.t Ir\NWrsre .1*. North Sukurka. as Nee In .
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE I'l'fI4onalizocl II and OR "'.. II. pare et Is, Dead Week. II. pags II Jr. A afallle "...1. II UM.
InActounliiiir vile ,la FlaUa .. ... UU Nuns. luberks, II ,.. I. I II'
l .51 80.11 I. page 'U Willi" I...... .. ...... .. 11." Part ef Lot I I. tiloak II Nartkeakurka
& : Part ot Lot H rltt'aD.. ae roe. i In OH N.0 .
.. .. OR No. 14, 1.1 1. ad part .f Lot .. .Ioek
r. In pals Can Mt II. Whltflald .... IlllPart
WARNER ) (' I ... ...... ITICartla u.u
IIIBlock Uulas Ballla 11 North esbsrbs Wllbsr Llwsa .. ..,... .. ILU
FerlitiNinpHM ef Ul I. |lle k II. fferlk .jy*
SOS Glendenlnf Road. I. JelI.wlParll\ Caartor . Ml Lot 1.Plush Pl.' 4.rth /starbe Libel: Willi... ? ?... 11,11 aburfea. ee re: In l>aed

Orate Park Fla.rbene } .... 41, pete |st Carrie Seen .......u.. I....
I .
i'' Lota I sal '. Black 11. 14U- 1.511 half lot '. PI..II 11145,5k 55
144-tlU JrHlh' wild Park J. T. Fields HU hhr' Willis ".11I.. PIsmmar ... .... 11 .. $1.11. ".,tlt

Notary . "hr' A Rscs .... .1 ..", aa re*, I. I>aa4 N.ak
lit '. Pluck 11. " n..r. .I..a" I.r.
I'I I ', paga III. had ...u.. ,n.... ... o 1Mb.Jaaper
North half .1 Ul It, Blerk' ...
- i I Joaaph A Wllhoma JamsIT.1 II Part -f Ut I. Illaak II. S/t' efUl
1- LIMUI. NOTICB | erlh sakirhe I. Narlk liwk.rka aa Nil

[ L"J\ts-JSiIBmliE@IDJlA'4IDJ-S; I : I Lola t ... Eaat: II fU of Saalhlae earner af Ul I. fealas It fton
I II f a. of LAS I. bless IINorth ,I MldSlakurc Ate,, aa ree.In .
Uf TICS riiutTfT rot'nT or ..II.r.., also a 11 IM I..a4 ....11 It, ,... III Bailer. ........ .. IMI.
CLAY IXiUNTrV. >A I 1, lit in aw ovreor ., Lot
I 1.l'l1ANl r'tKU 1. Iiloak II Annie Fleming Kartlald .. It "I Part ef Ul I. Nle.k ''. N.rlh5r1sA5
N. 1111(1 aa raa, In ON No.
'011"... ks5a.17n4Of ..., .. N. 11 ,I. II. pees IIIU's Rmllr: Jehaaee ,...... ... Ifl
1-- ti MINI II. G.nll.lsr/. Pals A.... ...... ..... lilt
LMAL IIOTItB I t A t. S/ll of U t
SALE OU Time PIa," I .. I | ,
FOR SALE-FmU II. ... .( FOR tondlUen. Pbooe Willi W, r".... N.rtl 411. ., lot 1. s.1 N.rib SukerkeUl T J. AW.,.., .,........ fit
Plan In feed I 1511.1 1x11. IIMk 11.
tarnUere, InelsdliiAT abn. ..t-DfW 1-11. lleFOR AND FOR CIRCUIT CUUHT IN OP III? louts lsbsrb L.. ... .. .. ,..... I. Mlcwb N. Plea Illll t ) B/D
tl47l. IN TUB I of INk1., North Suk rke IMphie ... ..I.I. .... titIlll
.pace _1<<. A aortal*. Eat rwRII'A. rilR STATE t r rWI/1UA-TO) lot t. PINk II "."11 IIthr' rnll IM"'II' .. ... .
IN CI4ANCIKTNO wither W IhannVJk Ut I Weak .11.... .. .. .
P. PbJas. ft I. .....,
.. sad ball
of 17 .
117 . A Illl I'lVlelON Air rare MeopllalLachlead I I11I..11
..... j ..."....., yesrt.r .f ... '.
lah4. riitrr NATIUNAL CITY Air ".r. part af Uls t A f. PJleak f,
alit. Nil! ., TAPE aE.'IT-a nor fmr..
BANK, a Corporation. /an Aaleolo Toaae1UU II. II.,.. SslsibI Para 111.1: Cal... .. ... II.U I II bkaMa Plat aa roe. In ON

I hen* I kefreema, rarp.H.porck. Plaintiff. AMK.UK HUM I NOTiriBI I ...,.... iisarlir .t lit '. I N.1, page II James R. Jeaes .,., .. Mt
filed '
.. baa baa egalaalpea
I i I ..u.. Eseellent ...... WILLIAM 1. SHERMAN and a In aall the akevo entitled. asses '. a..II.. ...,t. bbrN \1.1. dices Hill ..nn. 11.1IA . Ul I. II..11.. Skaads Plat Willie Mae ,,...... ..... till

rOB 8ti.i. s1. u... Weal ., CUf ...... eft KANUTCK A. nJIKHMAN hielie. cad pee are .. ., ree.eired 4.I I I. II 't. be u. rL I. ....
cad JOHN MKN" )SUILIWAT aere epos pfelaillTe. alteraarfceee Uls I, I te II, I...., Bleak. Q.keMs .
rifbt pian. Perfett practice Penney fame .*... for I.I .- and UUCILLM HOLXOHAI. . .... _d ."r... appear I, I. .1..11 1N.rlb Iberl. flatU Wither (sops ...u... IlllI

plane riwM ttl-S17l I IMl. I I I nMtton tall Oreem Can ... IwfaaJaataMOTICB wits If keroaa..,.. ..ra tie.r arrlllea bill of .....,.'.1......... .ar..aUoode.l1.p.ssN / bra ............ II III" .s I A .. Bleak V, abendsrui

Ira 1I4-4ITS. .-< or seer .. oald alt ..., .f ....... te Ira Ue Irneee Mill ... IfRllah
.... ., ."II ft h. of ... t. .1111., .
I r TIIB KANUtCH STATE OF. SHKHMAM FLORIDA aadtjHM .delivered.t... I...fee II .LI)..1111.IM4Koala .O* I II ./11 .1 Yl.e1. Mau rel.erN W/ II. ...... t1. SbaadeMat Wlllla P. Htalr Plum

,1 I KKN HOU. .WAr aadLCCILLH fall ae. or d..r.e pro 11LM5 A Lrl 1 10._..... 111 . . ... ..... ........... .. MtII

rOR tCNT-1 roar fcmbh. IIOLlXlWAI, kle ,eoafeeee will k* ..t.,., ...1... FarN 141oo1 I. liP .f IN L Ul t. Uteek V, shads Plot .
.. I 0. ...... .T*
,... rliaf prarod M . .oo.
tot WO.Hveidante r" .....11 ... ,... I. II" M.
apt at IN Rat St, f5fttk WANTED-Ce*4 ..4 wt4lreae. II
t'akaawa Mil ef I .. . .. .. ..... t sad I. Hleak W, Skaaderial
1 Nal'L'NM . Willi. A..tI. ......... 1111A
B boss flla4 e.alMt BKIX't roiPI M..fa I IWITNRM .
that a mill haa TwN 1514 .. ......
mRCNTl. n ..,.. ...... of OCS .. Hwy II- Apply l ,.. tn .... akovo cases aa4 raa mr bead sad the IN ft. 5 1..m. II. I.'. 4 A t. sad loI It, BUak
I I are '....lreI U flla pose avawar eel ef said. fear el U... Ce,. Ii .. well .1..W :'Ht.::. W, 1.. part dea* le l>e.d
In pcrtoa. I! silk ... Oa>h of ISM. tA.,. l...... rle..... Ikta 11/1/.f ef IVs/fl ... ".. ..._.. Muss lt. pasa I**. Shandeplal .
, 'oa KUw Ste4 N4r... an4 !. aarta a espy lharoafpon ,. dar A.. "... pl., N u IIM1 (. With** Lasses ......, fit
\I'\ :
tko plaintiff or Its etl :
I .. N./INS .
.... alwly .... Inside and I acre, ...11...,. Ma4l.. ca.... IlaahI0110I .. CAMLISI.R 1/. Matt NIwM N 1.111.1..$ I. .aawk| W, Shaade P05t Silas Ceelee ..u.u.i IIUWilkor
..I, raaooaaaa, largo fare, sp' toes..inter. a.ra a.e ...... .....u Hailvaal PINS. Cir..l| OertBr i a.. Moot 11. MN 11 ,... A 1451114w1 .... II."
..... rOB RENT-1 Itoah Bo44la. ,.....* ( riTiee II ..... Ut 1. kleeh. W, IraPI.5 ......,.., ITWtfksr /
a. tarniako4. CaU P aa.t eMbed ..... wltk .*,.,wi en villa I ......... o* ..... than .,..
/ari.,131J31L I Joe I*, l.*4 If yes Can oo .. Vrobr f'a. 5.-s 1ft. .r Punk L Let I.NL1 Ul '. fttaak W, ."..... PlelUl Looses ,...r..... IMIJeetee
le.e** let Cea r By .. 1/. M.rnaSIi..
wee .., a iMvroa Pro Caoifoaaa will' p1 lIWfAddroeai
2/111)) ... '. He. NMD .....,.... 55s.. M sal par! af 101 1/.
1 - eale4 nose ....*... Ge Ran...1 ho rolUf.....4OTao4ad acalaot la r Ike tor c.tka.. 1 |ll VJt MI. ', /.4 1..5 .. M1.t A 111. .21 W I a.adPIN. ae

tin CtmiUUn Heeler, TeetlaBHaAs. pUlat Tau a>>4 la 44 f..a.Ua .. Or.... 'ar". YlnlSsIIL1 as.N pall N W 156//, *<.*. .. 11.... lto.k IS*, page
TO DIYORCC-We lute .. The rao4 /, ../,11 Meld,.. 1.1 .s1 4.4 1. Al. ... A .....1.. RteeaRlleb UIAIU
I I5 I rrp.SNSed M Mo4el ..... II4-M1I. M aa4 rteo.4 ......* M, praparifpro ... ....... MI/slell ...... ..... 111Lai
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l lf 141.1
We) 1 .1 W SIN.
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1. psIw I* owaeipaktM -- Lois I A 1. Steak L OehrUgeatra
butltlbkl, pews s. .......1 rooMda of CUr 4....,. 1.1 /. 141.1' N Lad IM..5.5s .e. S.ea4e Ira.e..
1154 Iuk11. lALE-rftfl I'M b. 4UgM I Hr<4a.wrmKM. TMB ('''"'rT cnvm or elks J 141.1t,, ntk. Plal Bosh t. I* .
.. .......... 5.MW. ,0 kad aad thaoaol TM. NiUNTlIUUN'14L peee Mary Allee ReeorteUl '..
air ..labs .5556. 1- .......... 11.11ail
.. .1. 4rK p051... .... ....(aa9. feel .* Ihio fovH ol n_ ('_. a net'IT or ruuftiii !i* AND II, Sleek IX. ....... Flat l,.eeld Bkreak .,. .. Mt
r..,. ettroM .... AWMUreae pviaee, ......... lh. IM$ eof ef run car r rul'.if t. I. ...... I M Let L ....
.., T. arw.1115 ieka _al Mar A h INAMMtOI IM rMAMCSHIraee Na'a Iks M.1 1/, Pasta Let .. rat TKo ...... FUt I...... Seller .. .... .
. I pprsll II 8111 J..., Uad .... spr/al sad, u CARUSUI ... ISSS hbetb. MMt1s A Nwl lees ...... 1111.n.lA1.IIM1t.f14
. ".... or AMNp'aN Let .. Meek TX. ....... Ftol Maerr waa.. ... ..... IMIIMI
.. 'WI ........ .... writ.5.1C.6.AarC..yc5.. ... eket a* In... MrrOrs.. M Calisl.ks . wRM... /. "

tU- Lane ekeet eVewer* 111.SM._ M, a.- III Ml' al.71rer ur i_.... ./14, 1./ Let L Meek ya:. ...... Flat Reel Coeei Co. ....e....
,-....... I kstPMAN DaaNi .aqM8T. Nine ISSN A/rN... AMas ........ ....
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..... S P5..e1NIw1ins.
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11 I J1u.aIlOl& ....... Moses. ...... .. ..... 1146 Fart af Lei L. Se. -
kA tJ\ ::
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re WIN NIna N/W a./DL..1.i'.1 .... te Ma4 W C lMerAVaeet ...... MlMt
t.... KMsnt MANXJPU wros.u /6nle >e .
I C R AIi3'usiNF.Ssl DIRECTORY I IRW1ltIR bee fltt4 Mh ........ Paw 1.. b..4 ......... $116 tea 11 eeeepaa Use LI W.N
r.e,l of Oar re>wMp. PbOds SanRee .4/1.144.1/.41.1 UM Ua

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- . n : ...1 s5..S.. a. 05.4 le fl. of Ut /56/565
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RUe S****** M ee MII.
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111 M oelire .
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: ,\.'AQ EIGHT !{ap County CGrcsceVit! THtnUDAY,JCNK II, IM48KB

I S&H Green Stamps Engagement Announced .

I BUmp "Ideabook". .displaying printing- excess: of 21 million r
nearly 1700 Items of merchandise copies, the largest atnrle print l
"HI NEIGHBOR"WITH U now being distributed. order of any publication !in the 4 F Aa 'w CHUCK
I The new edition of the catalog U B. l' ;
published annually by the Approximately 35 per cent of 1 ;
fgtwk '
JIM WATSON' Sperry and Hutchlnson Com the products shown In the new ,
AND ON 1 pony, U available from mer- Mdeabook" represent new and 7 ti.t

JUNE 17 banta distributing 8H Oreen I Improved merchandise, the i f ,, ROAST
Stamps, according to Walter M. SAH repreaentaWvetake.
HEAR SPECIAL GUEST Stange, local representative. More than 600 of the Na- ,
Merchants riving BAH Oreen lion's leading manufacturers D' Freshly Ground
MR Stamps in Green Cove are. and suppliers of brand name GROUND BEEF
Wlnn Dixie rood Store, Hodge's merchandise representing some L.
I '
8 Lb, BONE
Pkg. $1.89
EMMETTMCCALL Pure Oil Service,Magnolia Texaco : 75 different industries, rive _
Service, Branson's FurnIture their products shown in the
Super Right, Boneless 37c
I Store, Salvonlk's Service catalog, according! to Stange. SHOULDER KOAST IN
Station. The back cover of this year'scatalog '
I '. features information ,; Lb. C9*
Station, TraUter's Tex- on the SAH Oreen Stamp --- 11
AGENT aco Service Orange Park Sunoco Group Savings Plan. By the ., Super Right, Minute
6:45: AM, Service, Orange Part Shell pooling of stamps, charitableand CUBED STEAKS:
Service, Lester Amoco Service.I nonprofit groups may redeem Lb, 87*
ALLGOOD GRAND No 1 Quality Suar; ( 'ul'l'l
ON I I In Keystone Height: Red A: stamps for such special: 5 YWj
I!White Food Store, Candy's equipment M station wagons, Super Right Short
POWERFULCHANNEL I I Gulf Service, Terrell Gulf Ser- fire engines, school buses and RIBS OF UKEF SLICED I

|vice Duct,'. Department Store, ambulances. Just Right :For Braising
12 Lumber Com More than 17 million poundsof N ,
Keystone Heights Lb. 20!)*
paper and one million I 13
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE pany.In Mlddleburg: Register Fuel' pounds of ink were used In \DEFEHDFREEOOM BACON l: '39c
II "Ideabook"Mr
Oil, Shirley Truck Stop. manufacturing the
This year the eSearotdI Stange revealed that tradIng \ (:-LP. PRO, 77 11')'

trading stamp firm, the only stamps are presently saved [auras
for redemption In over 80
I will have an initial catalog per
cent of the nation's households BAVI G PICNIC

.. ,,,,r
Tivtn The Rev, and Mrs II. C. Lane el Mlddleburg, announce
Realty the engagement and approaching marriage ef their daughter,
1. Clara Maade.U AlUn W. Driggen MO ef Mr and Mrs Donald >
Reg, Real] Estate Drlggers, ef Falataa.MUs .
BAND SCHEDULE Lane was graduated from Clay County High School I ; SLICED
Broker la 1H1 Mr. Driggere vas graduated from vocational photography ,
school U employed at the Nanl
In IKS and presently
b ,i Mrs. Lou Nell Medley, band
Air Jacksonville.
RENTAL SALES ,r director at Clay High School, Station.
0 A+ The wedding la planned for Saturday evening, Jane tOth,
ACREAGE LOTS j, announces the summer bandprogram
at the Decor Baptist Church at 7 o'clock. All friends and s I '
will begin on Monday 1
Residential' Commercial' relatives of the eenple an Invited U attend.
June 15.! with the following
IndutrUl -
schedule: I
Serving\ Greater Clay County Beginners Mon, Wed., *:
Pr!., 0:00: am. Tues A: Thurs.,
NOTARY PUBLIC Hilda T. 1 Net!) 2:00: p.m. Senior Band Mon. Government Loan. Program

Concert Rehearsal, 7:00
This office handles FHA & VA IITQIIHlIlIlolIlIIn ( Thurs. Marching Rehearsal, The very small businessmen Government loan, according to KXTKA SPECIAL> ALL FLAVORS MAliVKL): UK AND

Clay and Duvul County 1:00: am., Tues. Clarinets 1:00: ..chid], operators of retail Kennon H. Turner, Branch f1,4
p.m.; Wed. Brass 1.00 pm.:I shops or service establishments Manager of the Jacksonville: Ice Cream 1/2 ;,49c
Than All Woodwind (lno clari many of whom have had a Florida branch office of the
Phones m-tllt Home rhonei Ill-Slit 1:00: p.m.; Frt. Percussion 1:00: hard time obtaining financing Small Business Administration,
East Walaat Green Ceve Springs p.m. Beginners or Senior Band the ,wfll find it said today.
Man..i'tL' 11:00: individual .or in put. now EXTRA SPECIAL! WHITE: HOUSE INSTANT NONFAT
The liberalised loan
much.easier tojjQuallfy for a new program
small group lessons was announced by President QT,

Johnson at White House Dry Milk 12' I l'I (l, 79C
ceremonies In Washington recently.

Escape from the ordinary. The. SBA's new small loan SAVE': AT AI'i MITY NICE BRAND KXTKA STANDARD OHEEX>!:
.. program reflects a new emphasis i
on helping the very

i aid.small businesses, Mr Turner Lima Beans ?229C

SBA Administrator E. P. Foley -
has frequently expressed I
the view that the Agency in the id rU/
past has not done u much.'
U should to help the businessman .+4
/ ;
at the lower end of the Set r
amall business scale. Lawn

r The new small loan program 3 ,
j j1 was designed to meet this need,
., Mr Turner said. Under this 3 PIECE SET .4. '"
program SBA will make loans,
to small firms up to a maxi
\\1 1II r'I mum of 115.000 for as long ..I 1 LARK ClIuUJ ,
6 yean under greatly libera
I heed terms. ,
Primary emphasis will be on ?
the character of the applicant
r and his past record of meeting:. 36 f resA. Golden. Tellow

obligations, and no application $12 t CORN 10 EARS 49
\ I , ,
1 I, will be turned away merely because -
he la e k. collateral to
.. \ pledge u security for the loanComplete WATERMELONS
I 11
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