The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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July 23, 1964
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began July 15, 1927.
General Note:
Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note:
Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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I I Dr. \V T. Pcarcy I

As A Matter of FactTotal Services' TaUnadge,for the Pearcy Rev. Dr.Walter 80-.(j,I 150 4-H] Members At Annual

old 'retired
year* Presbyterians
clergyman 'who had made his
home In Clay County for 13 I

years, were. ) 'held In Oreen Camp Never A Dull MomentCommission

deposits in the County'. three bank, on June Cove's First, Presbyter I I. n ', ; i
Church elerdsy.
30, were at an alltime high of more than tll.OOO.OOO.up
1}.4 per cent from June 30, 1863, according to the Florida Dr. Pearcy died Monday In ,
Bankera Association. The County rise compares with a a Lakeland. Hospital less thana

statewide rise of 8.7 per cent. week after he and his wife I Owens Leaves For
At the same time County bank loans were up 28.& had taken ,up residence In a Votes To George

per cent, compared to a statewide rise, in the tame period, Presbyterian mt home there. I
of 18,4 per cent. Ontario Dr.
The Association said "two of the best Indicators Of I. educated at the Hire Juvenile CounsellorFor Vacation To Recover

the state's economy lay In the Increase of both deposit University of Toronto'' when

and loans. he received his bachelor's degree I
Total deposits at the Bank of Oreen Cove the County's In 1907 and his master's First TimeThe

largest bank, rose from 14.347,000 a year ago to t4.925.000 degree In 1910. In 1925 the "1 am Old Glory, I have tees alive and revered fer Iii yean, Rem-Um those, wb
at the end of June. In the same period Its' loins and discounts University conferred on him County's budget for 1965 totaling approximately have nerved my rise have felt inch need ef my preens as ,. .en.1| them U make me ef

rose 30.9 per cent an honorary degree of doctor, ua ,ooo. was tentatively approved at a special meeting of strange and different tblngti A women*! andm-lp, a pair ef rd pajamas and sa etrteert
Deposits at the Bank of Orange Park the Association of divinity. The Board of County Commissioner. Tuesday night The blue blooM, In World War II I was made teem a parathale. I have peed threaik Meedy

said, were up from $2,713.000 to 3243000. At the Keystone In 1910. he married the for I new budget U approximately $23.000 over the current one wan,
State Bank deposit rose from. $2.547,000 to $2,895.000: U I mer Della Irene flab of Port For the first time, the Commtsalonen provided for a My thirteen, red and while stripes symbol! the thirteen Hinal eebnUe. when hue

of June 30. I Colborne OnC County juvenile counsellor, For some years, Day County than four mlllUn men and w.m.e live under .... Many el these wke died. were
During 41 years in the act I has been one of only four counties In the State withouta younger than Mine ef M hen The rd stands fer the bleed. that has keen and win be shed I

Ive minlstery, Dr. Prarcy served Juvenile counsellor. The position, for which Judge Thorn far me. The while for parity,
St. Johns River Junior College testing facilities havebeen Ontario churches for the J. Rivers Jr., Juvenile Judge, said he already had three "A small blue fl.M revered" wllh fifty white stan seven my ulcer rlgh.hiad corner
expanded for the July 29 and August 12 testing datesin tint seven of them. In 19171' applicants will pay $3,500 with an additional $500 for The Stan stand fer the stalee fear union! the UUat ., them U be added fer Alaska and

order to handle Increased enrollment I he accepted a call to the New travel and $400 for supplies and equipment. Hawaii. The bin field stands fr the ley illy ., my elttaene. And the star an spreadIn

AH student planing to enter the college. for the Albany Clod,) Presbyterian,I During a discussion among Board members and several the upper range aa a .'....1 foe ear peopl U strive toward their teak art hIlllln the
fall who hare no yet been scheduled for stare
first time
Church. It was In this pastor
CommUalonera of whom said he
In the room one
testing should call or write the registrar office for a testing persons "Be pond when yea see m', Stand UN and .'ral,,,.. Be proud te tan. 'I sat aa Amr-
ste that both Dr, and MnPearcy
was a candidate for the post, Commissioner Louts L. Hunt Iraa.1 "
appointment on one of the above dates
became naturalized icy repeatedly pointed out that unless the salary was
The testing program U under the supervision of the This declaration of allegiance to lh American flag
American citlcena. sufficient to attract a qualified the program had
guidance and testing section of the Student Personnel In 11 V AR1 HIM HONOR written and recited! by Edward M. Taylor of Oren Cove
Prior to his retirement budget
better be deferred until the Commission was ready to -
Services. The test are administered by qualified testing 1951, DrPearcy was pariah sufficient funds.. 57th WEDDING DATE Florida Slate ..11 Council president, was a highlight of
counselors and are used primarily for placement purposes. pastor of Tabernacle Church The Rev Dr. and Mrs, Oeo- the twelfth annual Clay County 4-11 camp lat week at
The scores on the college placement test u well as Indiana poll*. The budget I II baaed on a $3 million rite In assessed rte P. Howard, of Memorial Cherry lake The recitation during which young Taylor
the scores made on the Florida Twelfth Grade Placement taxable property In the County.A Home Community, wen rctp I nmalned hidden In a closet on the state of the camp1
teats are discussed: and evaluated with the student In an Last week Dr. Pearey'i meeting of the Board of County Commissioner ha 4 tents of a gift package of "$7 aaacmbly hall came a* a luapriM to ramp .leadvr, Accord ,
adJtlsslons counseling Interview This evaluation enables dON friend the Rey C. Enn' been set for August IT at which time the budget will be VarleUea" from the II. I, Helm Ing to 0.0,.. Owen, the setting the flag roller& by a
the student with the advice and suggestion of nil counsel der "'U ten drove him and approved.The Company on Tuesday on theoccasion fan and lighted from behind by a spotlight and witnessedby ,

or to choose those class: sections when .Is- can perform Mrs Pearcy to Lakeland when total assessed value of property In the County this of their fifty ..,. : approximately IM County .-11 membtn war a mem
most successfully on the college lent The,, student's they wen to make their home.I year rose approximately $3 million to close& to $<7 million enth wedding annlvenary orable moment. ,

schedule ls further selected, by taking Into, eonsHeratkmbis Within hour after his arrival according to Louise Smith. County assessor of taxes 1\. Burt Oookln. executive It w., not the only surprise, bo..",. Then were four ."
vocation objective, and UM curricula of the senior then, Dr. Pearcy suffered a Hewmr, only s little more than half of this U taxable rice president of the Helm days In which surprises were rife Pillow fight| gtrla rating
university to which he plans to transfer fatal stroke and died on Mrs. Smith aid.'Taxable property roes from $331 Company said he had heart .to tbe water fountain at midnight; stolen watermelana;

Returning students who have not registered and day. won-I million,.$ nu. *UUton. . .. U IM 1s..-"ar4 .thought It. nhibtUon Mmes eea naeeV eOter saldatght," by Cein '
trtudenta who need to make schedule ebangeenay.d..a A member.. of tn ScottUJjRite The. $3 tatam fa u..J.4.. ,property 'valued and'the fitting that such an IUnl,.,. Jensen EdHen: Motor Bin earna by It tMoeattyil' the dtwtrlbuUon 'I'IID
on July 21. 22. and 13. These days have been set aside $3 million In taxable property was attributed by II,.. Smith be reeognUd the ....a.NI of flncraeken te acne of the young Mn' brll >
Mason. Dr. Poetry li survived airy y
especially for this purpose and atudenU are urged to take to /pew construction and. the flnt overall !Increase In .,... of hyena 51 variU.e.Dr ." .' Smith and otters who sought thereby (MiooeeafuUy
by hi* widow and one
advantage of this opportunity to Insure placement In the ate aaaeaamrnU. amounUnc to approximately Iper tfUtlnguUhed for a while) to turn them laid dlnningreoni vaai. : oleanerboys'
desired class sections. eon. Grant Pearcy of Minn*j rent. In five ,.,.. Howard. a Cabins than glrV eakJn (seceding, to the loyal
retire* MaJhodUt clergyman ,
eapolls, and two grandchildren.
Of the total Mrs. Smith estimated that $0 per cent I and moat auprialnf . the list that ...,41"he
der Masten and and missionary whoa alums
'r.'an of the additional $2 minion In aoreaaed taxable property I* word of meet, M one wa able to get awiy with anything
In this weekly
the appear. paper ,
Burlington Industries Foundation contributed nearly Rev Richard Johanton bad on new construction and the balance, 40 per ant, Oeorie Owen fought them rwrytlme they tried ome. ''i
I .PfMM'4 surprise! the Reins
minister of the church, officiated
to educational cause Curing the IM3-I4 school In lnereue4m.ta.. thing funny.Mr. .
$700,000 Co., might have known ef his *
year according to Charles F. Myers. Jr. president of Bur. at the 14'rYIt'H.Philip A total of approximately: $22 million of assessed pro. I He said a largerartoa Owen, who la Incllaed to get 11I11&,..,.... about II
Uncton Industrie J Canon. N. f Catch perty In the County la tax exempt. Under this heading an of foodstuffs had arrived > all, left with tall family true week to recover In North Carolina.

More than 325 colleges and universities received nn.andal Honorary paD beam wen! properties owned by government agencies, church, wtd and II WM rather Me .
assistance tbJ'ouIbhe textile firm's Aid to Eudca pole A. L Oarngue, W. A. o.s, eie The five day were devoted to reerestlon. iwlmmln-r
his oerly day a! a mlattonsry
Won Program, administered by the Foundation. A large Vander Wilt. Carl Tucker, The County Equlliaatlon Board comprising' members when he knew II. J. hems asa and mft Free time In the afternoon allowed everyone
number of the schools receive monetary support throuih WlllMn. C B. Outlaw, L. K.Oeone of the County C enmlalon. will meet on Ass 3 to hear any benefactor of to participate In one of tier or honeaboM, ahuffleboard.dwlieball. .

the various state educational associations and foundations Salyard, N. D. Tint, complaint of property owner church generous wo k. rsfihs 1. vellyban, badminton, plug pong, tether

to which the Foundation makes grant each year, In add. J. W Fullerton Orvllle Bum - ---- -- -- bU and loafing.
ttion nearly 10 secondary and preparatory schools received garner Vemle Richard, Ed- F, Mltberger! Julian Ooodrteh The temp 14 oabtna.even for boy* and emit for

fund from the Foun-Utlon. The) educational Institution ward B Taylor Dr, T Luke Alf F. Diets Hugh Smith LE Three To Enter Tilt College I girls each aWpI' or 13 4 Her*. Each sable .had one or two
which were recipient of Burlington grants during the year Olennan. the Rv Ralph Nel- Zetlner and Willie Wright. leaders crtoMn by ..,. Owen and Sandra ....*., on the

are located In 35 states IONIan and the Rev Ralph Burial wa In Hickory Oren. Three Clay County girls will Omen Cot; and Nancy lion bull! of led.rhlp and re* ontbUily, The girl' .leaden
Burlington scholarships and educational loans which coin !: cemetery, helm Funeral Home wan Audrey Flake, Nancy Novak J.aane ..a""",,. Carol
enter Tilt Colki. at Fourth.Oe Thomson daughter ef .RobertW
represented more than 20 per cent of the total I eontrtbu Active pall\ brarrn wen R wa In chan of arrangvmenta IH armn. Janet Stwarman. Suaetto Cups, Cheryl Know
In September, Thomson, of Orange Park
Lion went to 374 students. .W. Muster. Jones. Ruth Ann M*.wU.Bo $
They are Martha Ann Eth Mirth Ethridf* will majorIn '
,* cabin leaden wen Ronnie Wall, Charl"
Brothers Scouts t1d... daughter ef Mr*. Myrtle SP***!., fJorthy Ann BUck. WUe.
Eagle Dw Bowie. *
John Spearman, Jerry Mu neyham. Mike
Etnrtd, and fJorthy Anne mon will major In EM tun, and
Buick sales In this soles son were up 15 $ per cent at KoiwaUkl./ Terry Tuner James IteyU, Ji Boott Smith 1
Blackinon, daughter of Mr, and Nancy TrMMoa win major In
mid-year mark u compared to the same selling periodIn 'v-r :' r Jet Ralelgli RkhaH Frtae, tuny HuUhing. Cmlg ,
".. harry IUatk...... both of Language,
1M3, reports W E. Flaherty, Jr, son manager. Area Magulre and Jehn Oman,
dealers delivered 7J57 can during the first all months of Each day. began with ,."IU.. Half an hour .later a I

selling as compared to un laat year nationally. Buick ruth fer breakfast fruit "juke. eggs. ...... (rt'-. le esi,
sates totaled 260,81, an Increase of II per cent ovtr apple sauce. bread and mull, A. one member explained
last year, St. Johns Lists It, Uw flag WM not rtd until after bnaklaH/ brim no

I one wu awake, AI the flag .WIIt **.*' ....6. the entire I
mtnbr.iap" of the asp sled al alUnilwn. Tile meeting '

Classes was adjourned for ". maMlve gl .s.up ol the eablne and
ddie Taylor Heads a Evening urrwindlnf area"

Cabin were IrwpwUd by County Agent at D MCaO.

m. lohM bum Junior College will prewnt nineeverting r1.*rd M Taylor, Mi*. Edward C Kuhn hl Mr.. Edward

;.tate 4-H Meeting slaw In Orevn Can and Orange Part fee the B Taylor,
laU teem blnMf.f MoUf. A.f. II. One boy ported that "turpfUlAglf enough the boy*'
The executive offlcen of the Florid' 4-H Ch* Covncd Coffer avthorUM.1 hid rTtoUataan, ,for BartUmervewlng <*b
Lid their orientation meeting .Ut weekend .telided .......... alntrg' Aug 1. may be. aeompN r.l Uua the glile, iprtoge. Au..ncbncbI meeting were the Mwty In en ef two .." ........ mar r*.later an peat Intbe Ift IUtm. everyone seat In the assembly

Sflcen: Edward M. Taylor, of Omn i*we. Fmtdeot; m.tu.r't .,,...en *>hool day trees M until eel-k. for d/ta-lng lAaierka air n *utiful, Nil ISp and Hamad
"ry Heddon .x.-pntldent: George Taylor eeereUry; Aeg. 3 IKreiMb Aag 31 Or, thry mar aMaia. the a....*ry rgg-l a.4 a report on melts af the eaaln tnpeclon
lou Wrthertngton. tnaewtr: Sa-dra 0.1&04.11&1I' rvpaiav; .... and mMW br mall, ..atfta. a *>ieovty Mewtt'ftaer FeOowtntr assembly" there were Ihreo gta***. (Uwunnlng.craft .
malts partaamtortaar Andy OtUmaa. .h k or money o4r. ..,.... M the .Bflo.. Or and "',..,....' This was leUntil) by tunch (ham.Men \ .

Carol Aon ..."" bJatorlan. they star regMer at the ..*.*. ding te SeeS NMTelaya *, potato ealad. PoW. bud. Wa and J.a.), '
: The aMctlag mapped out plan for the eombxg year of mutnn. Unrh ..* rono.*4 br a brief ,...',.,w. followed
ttw Cowtrtl oerided to parttopate to nrtoa aMvtUei, AI *tM.iiU an wed to avevri eel read IM. attg by atbMio fcmrwMni* and a tUat tn ..,..,. Thin *......

ih rreral. of then an: The OorenrTo** Oavncfl; 4ah>ra* to erdr .. fejaflarlae te.uba week eaOvg .....
florid ..... Fair and uumeioejai othtft. sjoArKe and dai..e. Theee SM* be ...lJa>. free the efllta Poppy wa served .4 I, 1 I' frV4 .Nc..ken. maahed
n was **.*** br. the often t8 thry wo.U try a4 The tttfMnt, at. J.fcre Rare AanM O>B*>., ......... ........j.Ud. ping Mar hustle and dries,,
te Wow the pvbfl* about chaaerw mad M the orgaaf Oewrrse .. be offered to Orson Cave an, A .**i.r rrvlrlfod.. d aA4 after thle an evening

..... losing IK3-44 by haw.. of aewepapm. rfte, Owrt Cpeat fin. T+* toyWerUClrtlualiiM aamblir wrt* a dtffMtnl avwgram sash. abhltalent
.id. k rvWo& The stones feel that 4 H ha takett a n' f !' eaa W4 .,...*. MgaMhtalMi of U. State >H stub. andMJgM
b% atotf use yes. sod that H warn aa ImperUot ... aptee .*.... II ye eld ill sad L*..*.. CIt. U. B Owe I T.lf Mae. MnnxnfMMarlM aa *.Pa..a...... of the 4-lf emblem)
There wa be a report'' aaade by dd)* Taytar aad Mary "..... tM W M M4 M>*. f/M4. C ..... *4lae PMMI. I T.It Tuan A4 Ua the aIctICJI a*.*.. After thai everyeeio hit the

...Jea to the Oenrner and arMral ef hi cabteet tafepueaber. r.w. C... Iws _, .... ewseded taglo Mad bs4gwad Core' to ... offere to Orange Put are! bay
Thai repeat" wO eenUiat Uw latonaeUoa abaMCM .......aIe N ..... a>f.t Brbet I. Hal.w pre.r111d. Frwrata KXS.4I I I' -.1Tar**." of UM too boner"taklna were: Audrey Flakes
chaatea seeds Ud year to tie O ForUa 6a.t OM a *-!* Bke to thaa theajmr .. II yeses eel U4.Uafd in tWy. were ...** .. It e 1*.*< The H..... 6 T.6 Tire. A Tiw.Ckege Twrnr aad Coal" ..../..., Th M4 outMaiMttng samples
II! r'IIJA' IM. far the .ae af theft ficOtt Ian the W Brow. aid Ik* secede .....d W ...S. Devdm reW' I' It Flosses, were Audrey Flak** and Dan Bowles.faarprnwn .
g .41st. Ow special limy ge M A. 0 Rasp, aXmterof WV-M a ....... M IW ....... ftta*** sad .......e.Ntlh. I Ltr.sytans. to Hwtea..y I T !' TOOL I

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>< JULI M, 1M


County Crescent! Around and Aboutby COUNTY 'COMMISSIONERS' MINUTESCLAY I Safety n2eliome


(Editor's Note The views expressed herein these OREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
Tuesday, July 21. 1964 Is your home safe We are ; son their children by mutsk-
of the author and do not necesaarty represent the viewsef (
The Crescent 7.00: o'clock P. M. observing National Farm Safety ins a poison for a medicine
)otliltber )
$ Week, July 19 23, so why; because of a missing or t .
X am a citizen of America; we are and have been 400-. The board of County Commissioners of Clay County; not check ;your home. nored label. (

by DUNCAN GRONER 000,000 strong. Oreat causes have been championed In met In Special Session In the County Commissioners! meetIng I 5. If a youngster

our name. Our bodies lie at every: comer of the world; room in the Courthouse on the above time and date. OBserve these Safe Storage call a doctor at should

The,other day I went to a St. Augustine store that with life taken from them In their youth in the names of Rules for Polsens. once. In some

sells everything from pill to meals and New York news democracy liberty Justice and the pursuit of happinessand The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, More children under 8 become CUll symptoms are low to

papers. It was being picketed by a halt dozen "people"bearing allthe other words and symbols that man has lived Honorable Louis L. Huntly.; Other member. present were accidental poisoning victims become apparent. If possible.
Luther E. Wilson, District No. X, Marvin Oreen District have the container handy
by since the so
beginning of time. than other
such moderate and peace-loving} placards as "Enjoythe any age group. I
No. 3 and O. J. Absent H. E. you can tell the doctor
Murhee, District No. 4. was the
We have
delicious food here next to a nigger fought wars that were ageless and ruthless Children about a year old
that he
I don't like picket line of any kind, mostly I suppose and useless; and we have left monuments and tombs for Moody District No. S. are mot likely to get into brand can determine the bet

becauae I don't like people who tell me where I 'hall and posterity to weep over and wreathe with crowns of thorns The meeting was called to consider the Clerk's Tentative cleaning and polishing materials I and contents so

shall not go. But I took special relish In walking through in hoper of those who committed evil in our names for a Budget for the 1864-65 Budget Year in compliancewith rodent and Insect: pot- I Did know

that one. CI7PU(,'u'e. Chapter 129.03 Florida Statutes 1983. sons, solvents and keroseneall you ASPIRIN is

Inside when I was unable to get a New York paper I Npt, in- this age, the potters would take the clay of materials often stored closeto the chief child poisoner Each
life and make a mold of that Is without The Clerk discussed each Individual account of the year 600,000 children under
us face
bought a copy of Time Magtzlne whose cover proclaimed"The or dignity or the floor under sink, or on
South: View From Within. tight and, If possible, without benefit of the last sacrament three operating funds under the administration of the low shelves. 5 swallow poisonous substances

The view from within turned out to be an erudite and when the flame burns out. Board of County; Commissioners giving an explanation of I I found In their homes. About
each account Products stored at high levels 450 cases are fatal
These ,
self-appointed potters, fancying themselwe according
frequently ambivalent effort to explain the crisis in the an- j
the late William Faulkner. nolnted by the Muter Potter would share and share-alike become a challenge to older |I to the National Safety Council.
South in terms of the novels of Mrs. Beatrice Cooper appeared representing the Clay; b
Ignoring the fact the Muter Potter dug the first handfulof youngsters In the group. Not Alperin I' most frequently
"The myths mysteries, and hard realities of the Southare County Library: Board and discussed account No. 677.
clay from the firmament and had power ower that clay only is climbing fun but they Involved. But there are many
says Time "the preoccupation of Presidents the Library The Clerk stated that he had included $5.388.00
to make one vessel into honor; and another into dlshoner. also like to Imitate adults who ordinary: and seemingly innocuous
puzzlement of foreigners the dally; grist of newsmen, and as a receipt from State and Federal Government for the "
The like to-one-another potters like to tell of the one who "have to take medicine. I I substances found in every;
the astonishment of the entire nation. coming year and If the money; is not received, this amountcan

"Is the South, the writer asks rhetorically; "a war threatens to tos to hell the luckless. pots they marred In be disbursed by the Library; Board. Mrs Cooper advised The National Safety Coun home which are polsonour If

camp of church bombings and station wagon burnings making. Not so: the marred ones that leaned a little awryor ; that she understood and would report this to the cil make five suggestions to swallowed by small children.

or is it a region earnestly attempting peaceful compliance could not match the others, were set aside and remoulded Library Board. keep children safe from house Next to aspertn In order of

with a hated civil rights law? Does it ask for 'understanding' nearer to the hearts desire. hold chemicals and drugs; frequency are insecticides
Thursday last one of the vessels that did not match Mr. T. J. Rivers Juvenile Judge Clay County: appearedand
there wound deep
Or is
inevitable a so
merely; to delay; the bleach detergents, soaps, and
that his travel be restored from 1. Keep potentially harmful -
looked out at me from a television screen from behind requested expense ;
that it will not heal for generations to comet Is povertytoo cleaners furniture polish kerosene
horn-rimmed glasses. His chin jutted under a silt mouth $300.00 to $1,000.00 as requested by him in his Budget request products where children
prevalent II sex too obesslveT" vitamins and Iron
and he began to talk. He did not take me into his confidence for 1984-63. can't find\ them. In three- preparations
One man who knows the answer to this according disinfectant, deodorisers
heir as a fellow conspirator; he did not whine or wheedle; he After a discussion on all items as presented by; the fourths' of child poisoning cases
then, in Mississippi,
Time was Mr. Faulkner "born lye and corrosives
did not arbitrate the state of the union in soft argument Clerk motion war made by Commissioner Wilson secondedby the toxic substance war withIn -
tradition he
to and prisoner of the crlnollne-and-lace and laxatives.Of .
illusions to .alive persusaslve tone. His gravel voice barked out In ; Commissioner Green, and carried to approve the Clerk's easy reach
of Southern
penetrated the magnolia curtain
and decision and I listened. tentative budget u presented for the General Fund\ and the hundreds of thou-
the secret springs of motive and action . For him the anger ; once did the man 2. Keep all products In
South was chattel slavery and the white man' denial of lapse Into a buddy-buddy sanctification or sit on the edge the Fine Forfeiture Fund with the following exception their orlgnal containers. Putting ands of common household
of a desk for fireside chatting He stood four-square and which was to raise the Juvenile Judge and Counselor harmful substances such have been rated according to
the ,Negro's equal humanity was an Ineradicable curse
Faulkner laid It out for me to look at. listened, and I heard' ) account No. 275 from $1,200.00 to $ .800.00. in the General as bleach or kerosene In products, more than 15,000
on. the land and Its people.I..r since argues.tbe
Fund. their degree of toxicity. Four
There are those who Barry Ooldwater rattles sabers
say :
; :
white Southern bal been burdened by a crippling unacknowledged bowies glasses, milk bottles
and rightly so. The saber is an Implement of war; a symbolof After a further discussion on the Road and Bridge out of five are listed as being
guilt . (After the Civil War the whites. ) or soft drink bottles that children
Fund Tentative Budget,, motion made Commissioner "moderately; toxic" to "supertoxic"
pride and of strength. In IU scabbard a rattle should was by
with food and
and Identify
were scared because they felt that they were few the ;
be sufficient to those who would force IU withdrawal In Murrhee seconded by Commissioner Green and carried .
Negroes myriad; they were stubborn because only by convincing drink Is sure prelude to pois
anger Too long It has been used as a medium of salutes.In to approve Clerk's Tentative Budget u presented for this Modern labeling laws require
somehow Inferior oning.
that the Negro was
themselves this man, I find the courage of the Minuteman at fund with two exceptions; that was to include Account No. that hazardour products

like a pet or a horse could they rationalise their long Concord who stood facing certain death. In this man, 634, New Equipment, In the amount of U.oooOO and raise 3. Don't tell children that be marked to Indicate their
of to recognize him as an equal human
crime refusing, I find the stubbornness of the Marine on Guam also facing Account No. 422, Maintenance of Equipment, $2.000.00. medicine Is candy to induce degree of danger. Instruction

being; they were violent partly; from the strain of sustaining certain death end cut off from any possible help; when Dr. A. Y. Covlngton, Director of Clay County; Health them to take pills without on labels should be followed
this myth partly from fear that If the myth was
asked If anything could be done under the Impossible drcum'tances Department, appeared and again discussed the Budget fussing. Find some other means strictly.

once cracked at any; point or In any context the whole answered "Yes send us more Japs"In for his department After a further discussion, motion was of persuasion. These product.hould always .
perilously maintained social! structure would collspee"This
this man I find the statesmanship of Palate Henry; made by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner 4. Read the label. Parents be kept well out of reach
u I read the article, Is the baste! explanation of
and I hear his voice across the years aa he shouts -- "We Wilson, and carried to approve Dr Covlngton's Budget sometimes unintentionally poi of children.
the Southern crisis as seen by one or more Time writers
are not weak If we make a proper uae of those mesn request for the Board of County Commissioners pro-

sitting up there in the Time and Life Building a part which th Ood of nature has placed In our power. The rata part In the amount of $29,104.20 at 100%, which will

of the Rockfeller Center complex in mid-M.nhattan. battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it Is to the vigilant, live $27.64199 at 95% as required by Florida Law. '
read most of Mr. Faulkner's 10 novels CLAUDE'S COBBLER SHOP
I think I have the active the brave. The Clerk presented a Petition for road closing u

and 10 short stories and I reject this pat explanation In And In this man I find the patroltism of Thomas received from Mr J. C. Sspp Attorney, regarding a

toto. Indeed. I am not sure that William Faulkner knew. , Paine who said "What we obtain too cheap we esteem too certain road In Wilmar Estates, Lot 1, Motion by; Com 1711 V. 8. HIGHWAY N. XI

Understood . any; more about the South except in lightly; It Is dearness only that gives everything; Its value. missioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner Green and NOW SERVING

IU rat' holes, than I know of Upland. I don't believe To this man of high principles I pledge my vote and carried to accept Petition and have Attorney advertise Orange Park Green Core MtMlelurg

Faulkner' ;work, 'as great as It Is in tie tragedy; and if necessary, my; very life. I had rather be 'a citizen defeated for Public hearing on the matter for the next meeting and surrounding areas

marvellous prose. Is any more typical of the South than from without than to be a subject captured from The Clerk requested the Board to extend for the

the Beatles are cf )Xngland. within. month of August 1964 only the time of holding the regular The Finest Service In -

It Is not to whitewash or condone the ugly: events Commission meeting day from August 10 to August 17, SHOE REPAIR DYEING RESTYLING

that have within recent weeks transpired In a neighboringcity 1964. Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner LUGGAGE and HAND BAG KEPAIB

: to say; as a Southerner that the problem is far more Significant HoursBY Green and carried, to approve and extend the ORTHOPEDIC CORRECTIONS

complex than the Time writers would have us think. next regular meeting day from August 10 to August 17. SHOE ACCESSORIESIF

I believe the Southern crisis the legal necessity; of, Dr Merge Hewar4 1964.

swallowing A group' of,l*"Jeral edicts based on the theory Is it ,too much to ssy thatwe The Clerk advised, that MIL Williams RepresentCont. THE HOE FITS REPAIR IT!

equality. Is not i question so much of equality . or, are living tod&1ln one of) CUrie.. K. Jenee. Sr Pb.114.6441

conversely; of superiorly; and Inferolrty, as It is of dif these hour' when new epoch ( on page- -eight-) --

feta' >aar Is being born. and a new direction .
I would think as generalities go. it may be saW that history
given to If ever
the average Negro II less creative and .lea aggressive than '
there WM a critical hour forthe
the average) white man. In all Black Africa I never sawa
moral economic politicaland
single thing that would make me think the African spiritual! life of the world

Negro had created very much In the way of laws, art, It Is now.Would. The Bank of Green Cove Springs

musk, poetry; or any of the other Items that go under the
not that there
you say
general heading of culture.
Is more of fear In the world
Achlmota College outside the City of .
And at Just
yet, today than hope lilt not be- :; - 'S _. :.. _
Accra in what is now Ghana, I was entertained on a '
reuse the world has forgotten
number of occasions at dinner by the Rector (president
the golden rule and has fallen
of the collets, an Anglican divine. And I have sat next
under the rule of gold fP.rhlpe
to and supped and converted with native African women,
the thirsts and uncertainties -
married to Oxford and Cambridge-trained professorsat There are
lilt GEORGE IIOWARD of our day are OoJ's
the college, whose Inittnctlv regality: and warmth ,
would make the present Queen of England: look like an History Is crowded with significant way of trying to wake us up.

hours when with a leap Edwin Markham says In one
chorus .
unemployed girl.I
there emerges something new: of his porms "Defeat may To J'mail
think all of us, anywhere In the world, are the well to shake ways ,
a new level of being; a new serve ss as victory:
victims of some bigotry. once owned a house on the village\ epoch; a new civilisation I I the soul and M the glory: out. ( I
green of a lovely little New England hamlet here the
God Is to of
An Italian shepherd boy, trying cure us our it
brotherhood of man was loudly; proclaimed even In brief while waUhlng his little flock conceit our self-sstl'factlon. Safely
discussions of the weather. But when I came to sell the
entertained himself by; drawing our arrogance, jealousy, suspicion 1I
house, my neighbors rams to me and advised me In no and lust
piece of slate. Clmabue,
on a
uncertain urns that the village had been since something
He Is
the great Florentine painter trying to remind us that --
like ITiO
"an Anilo-Baxon Protestant community" and
happlntM die not depend on
happened to 'troll by and
I was put on notice that they; Intended should remain |
comfort that
or security our
the boy'a shoulder The
that .' I dared sell house toa over
ar In short that not my;
western need for tri-
Negro' a Catholic or air.. As the outlander, the Rebel , great muter must have ....n1011'I' fir. Is childish ctganlle; that a man's /)().VT f..f.'Il.t1.fn C.tSllf'hr i
he ssked
there for >I
and thus the bigot In the community, I could only
life dues not consist In the
regard' this as a fine bit of Irony you the like young some shepherd art lessons: "Would, abundance of the things which \\ N you dare 'la trn,I mosey Bank

I think then" that each Of U' must try to understand I he possesses.n I
the ,
The answer was enthusiastic. UroNg" trail, r'l a clink
the other fellow's differences. If I find
congeniality among and a day and an hour were|. When Jesus fed the 1.000 In
such IdoU u were picketing the 8t>ugusUne store I saoJe on ,r our 0m>Nikrre -
set for the two to meet Thus the wilderness, there were II
people who could scarcely put their names I
cant hon sUy ere much difference In whether on paper they're, was the great painter. Giotto, I basket of broken pieces of or It mfora money oral'rr, oniifrt I By

found and encouraged.' That bread left over Undoubtedly\
black or white Among southern Negroes then are, In rArrlIrairltrf. \Wrl, fir
was an unforietable hour In flnlky people\ did not care to
many c..... vast differences In attitudes and aspirations
the life of the young' boy when I I I they were cruets, which thoe o/Arr/
believe the NAACP should\ be as concerned or more so,
the master happened to pass eat Actually the "bread 01bfe"
in urging the American Negro to lift himself up; and X I Mail
I has a cruet The way ef
believe there shouU be less emphasis oa having' him by.Was ,
not that a memorable life la not all easy. There are
lifted by; Uw
a vision on the road to Dam- difficult obligation
In Clay County, I thank Ood day there Is I
; every hour when Saul at Tarsus saw People who think Christianity
feel, some Implicit ainwment. on I both 11_ with these
aacuT When Luther nailed his only a son, comfortIng -
general news. It has resulted in a rather wocvUtrul de- '
" theene and f'haDeftrthe retUton do net know ChrUUanJty. -

tree of moderation on both aides. To my knowledge, church door; when 6K Augustine It la not only a eoea. 0
there Is no racial hatred In the County; and if there is
In the garden heard a maa and Ood; It I* a ftfflcun BANK f GREEN COVE SPRINGS
active.any Ku Klux Klan I am unable to find
avian meeting house felt his Ms nria-hbor The hued ef
For these and other timings, all be thankful
we may
when," MM Wesley In a .... Life hM a rest Only those

heart "..."' warned I who eel the whole toef. ervet The Oldest and
County's Bank
cores. not these meeaorableSnurs and alt are adequately newbhfd
M tool roe cut is Itot lee T* ccmr I

UOMAM MONN _UCTrMT As the Cowaty enters Its great period ef Industrial 24.96301, a01S1

tvetm JOn.... 'iuuifveueete .UlAIU growth, no single factor wtB go farther to spur' tt thanitwhWreUo or

*. Ant br, the same liken nothing weuld taro
Erse Ti.eseav h CMct-t reset, M.e .. Coucn-u 4.%u
e. sea IHjacaaaewiu industry and parole' away faster UI&A. hick o| awdtratioa.X .

understand' that the ehWf bmencUrtes. el John.
tam a-lSCeng Member FOICQUav
Msnrutal payroll la Green, Cove wttt be a Urge awakerof
sae.- aae "es ... the eommunllyt colored people
;ii tuna
; 1 1Tauit6D
'iuaaa Xt would be erenomkt eukUe It any .*.iaeoi ef ear

VIA 'IN AAVANCC IIO County should brr.wq inflamed\ by the gty arUeas and

rearUoM la ether __Ute.

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Green Cove Socials FAMILY FROUCS Fleet Reserve Installation -

Mrs. E. Weber, of Orlando.'I Mr and Mrs Francis 0,
spent two days this week with Harris and their children. Kitty
i It ML 8. .f Naval Air StationS Mrt Jack Sum, chairmanof
ML N. of Green Cove Sprint Mr. and Mrs A. L Oarrtgues. I I I I and Francis returned on Monday the third annual Family

on Black Creek V. 8. Bwy. 17' -0- from a vacation In the Frolic, announces that the
Smokey Mountains ** ti"Ike.l9
City of Green Cove Spring
Choice riverfront lots available !
now Mr. and Mrs C. A. Bollncer. --0- hu contributed $300.00 toward
large Shady Lots Dock and Boat Rasp of Dubarry visited with their Mr. and Mrs Prank Rowll the general fund of the Fro
Paved Streets Free Dockage son and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. and their children are vacationing lira The city hat also donatedthe
M. J Bollngtr the first of this in the Smokey Mountains use of the pool and Sprint
Fre-achool children accepted No Pet .
I Park to the frolic committee
Can IIC-SSIt -0- for Labor Day

Mrs Steve-0-Party and her I Judge and Mrs Thomas J, On the executive board of
and I Rivers and their children, this yean frolics are: Mrs. Ben
children, Steve Barbrs.
I and last Zellner Jack Oar-
from Pennsylvania, are here Vaughan Susan spent secretary
Mrs lathe week in Ft Lauderdale where rued of the Green Cove Spring
for the summer Parry
I they attended the conferenceof I Yarn Company treasurer: W
DOCTORS INLET CAMP sister of the late Or Edwin 4
H. Brown Florida County and Juven Burch Stump matter of cere
ile Judge. Judge Rivers was I monies, and J P. Hall, Jr"
& -o- elected vice president and publicity
Mr and Mrs William H.I I member of the executive board :. Again this year there mill\ 1IIIB\11:1Ll: Z I -.. ...... :.lJII3im:
Reed. their children, Sylvia and Juvenile Judge Association for be a beauty contest and a PHOTO n Glut Keurmlah
MARINA Bobby, are vacationing this the northeast Florida area. I. young lady: between the age', Green Coves Fleet Re rvo Astodatlon lIolN.mb, Vice oreildent) aM George
and Its auxiliary Installed new officers for n, Rolf' presided of the AworUtlon. New
week at Klnirsley Lake Last I of 14 and 17 mill be crowned
EVlNRUDE WESTWLNDA week Mr and Mrs Reed spec, I MIllS Family Frolics, Anyone the coming year at a tipper at their head officer of the aatlllarr are L to r.I Mr*.
several days vacationing at I HOMECOMING AT DECOr I Interested In entering this con quarters on Highway II Just east of Green Margaret Miller, pmldrnt: Mr. LrenoPuhi.
r BOATS Miami Beach While they were )II BAPTIST CHURCH I tat Is asked to call Mrs Sum Cev"s last Sunday evening. New officer of vlro pmldenll Mr.*. helm Wllon.secretary ,
GALE I away, Slyvla and Bobby visited The 8t Johns River Singing at 284- )70. both nits, -hewn above (CL to r.) area 1 ) and Mr. Dorthe Rake, trea ..I
conference and homecoming lft..ta.I"1 Jer- .
Orarlegrlmann lurerThe I
their aunt and uncle Lt and
I at the Decoy Baptist Church
MOTORS - - - --
Mrs Robert Marshall In
will\ be NOTE OF THANKS .
held on Sunday July
Orange Park, I III | /
I 2th Luncheon will be served
-- I want to express my deep
at 13:30, I I
SALES & SERVICE thanks to all my friends and 'f>
Mr and Mrs William T. I
I neighbors who helped me In Ji PENDULUMS
Lemen Jr, and their children
NOTE OF THINK I my time of need by their genrroMty i
MURRAY TRAILERS Susan and Bill spent a few
days last week vacationing at To Friends who were *o kind when I lost my home ''On Iiwn .tn ('llfrK or'n FIUCFS 111 FORE} Jekyll bland during my stay In St, Vin and Its contents on July 13 I .
Wild T Kuucll T. '
rot m r o --- cents IwUh to express my sin-
Linda Kenny, Patsy Pater* cem thanks for the lovely All too often ."e are giving: r "*, r 4t;, t k )
--- - lIOn, David Rltter Ricky Rob :: flowers. cards and visits and young people cut flowers when I

ORANGE PARK PHONE Z64-Z.M erUon and Robin Cooper left most expeclally for their prayers 'A'I' should be teaching them to
I this week for two weeks at grow their own plants,
Camp Weed In Carabelle I I W. O Fountain I -John W Gardner I
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County to move the City of Oreen Cove Springs dump from Its Motion by Commissioner Wilson, seconded by Commissioner NOTE OF THANKSI "'
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'' MINUTESCLAY present location. Mr. Goodwin was advised by the Chairmanand Green and carried, the bills were approved and Warrants ordered -
County Attorney that this request should be taken up with I I drawn In payment of same, as will appear by Warrant want to thank all my
COUNTY the City Commission of Oreen Cove Springs and the Clay County Lists numbered S34, 334-A. 334-B and 334X7, which list are trlend-'and the staff of Clay CLAY
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA Health Sanitarian. Mr. Goodwin stated he paid; County Taxes hereby adopted as a part of these minutes as much so as if setout I Memorial Hospital for all the
July) IS. ltd and that the County should remove thl dump. Also, Mr. Good j In full herein. nice things they did for me
8:00 .'clock A.M. win advised that the Florida Power Company had power poles I The Clerk read a letter from Juvenile Judge T. J. Rivers, requesting I while I was sick.Craig Wed. Than. A Frl.
The Board of County Commissioner of Clay County met in on his property and had cut his trees and fences damaging his an additional $199.00 for travel. Motion by Commissioner Brooker July tt, 2S, A tii
regular ses'lon In the County Commission Meeting Room In the property, Mr. Goodwin stated no Easement was recorded in I, Murrhee, "econded by Commissioner Oreen, and carried, :
Courthouse on the above time and date. Clay County or was placed In his deed The County Attorney to approve the request ror ', '
The meeting was called to order by Its Chairman Honor advised Mr. Goodwin that he would have to bring .ult against The Clerk discussed with the Board the high cost of minor -.onT'Ql----110."'"...Ie..A"rare'.......,....
able Louis L. Huntley. Other members present were Luther E. 't1)ePo; ;,. Company, as It was a private matter between them I repairs made by the Shoup Voting Machine Company; on Clay MENGET eow"AO.A"" .....
Wilson District No. I, Marvin Green District No. 2 and O. J. and was 'not County Commissioner business. Mr. Goodwin also County Voting Machine. Mr. Lewis Wilson Supervisor of Registration .Lrawtrer ..- -011
Murrhee, District No. 4. Absent was 11. E. Moody, DKrict No. 5. requested the Governors Creek Bridge be widened on Highway I; recommended the Board to send Mr. O. T. Gambill to A MAN'S JOB!II! 1
The Invocation was given by Commissioner Oreen. No. IT North of Oreen Cove Springs The Chairman advised that I Tampa Florida, for a few days instruction whereby the County OPERATINGHEAVY Sat, July .5
The minutes for the last regular meeting June 8, 1684 the County has requested this action for the past three years I could make own repair in the future. After a discussion: motion I
and Special Meeting of June 30, 1964 were approved. I Mr. Goodwin stated that he had about thirty other requestsbut by Commissioner Oreen, seconded by Commissioner Mur :
The following Monthly reports and letters were read and would return later to discuss them. rltee, and carried to authorize the Supervisor of Registrationto I Y1ig
filed. ,., Mr J C Sapp, Attorney, appeared and requested that part I send Mr. Oamblll or any other man of his choice to Tampafor I I !,rBralle
Monthly report of County Judge; re: Pines Forfeitures.: of a Street in McKay's No. 4 advertised be closed. Motion by Instruction in case Mr. Oamblll could not go at a future EQUIPMENT
Monthly report of County Agent. Commissioner Oreen, seconded: by Commissioner Murrhee, and time I LLDOIF.RS GRADERS I -and -
Monthly report of As'latant County Agent. carried, to continue the hearing until next meeting. I Mr. Frank Lee, District Forester, appeared and introducedMr rMAMCHS DRAB LIMBS : MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent. Mr. Sapp advised that he wanted to file Petition for road Jack Barnhart, the new Clay County Farm Forester. I' BACK HOES CLAM SHELLS Starring Robert
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent closing in Wilmar Estates. Commissioner Wilson stated that I I Mr. E. D. McCall, County Agent appeared and presented Qualify Now I Mltchoa
Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health. he wanted to look at the land before the Petition 1* acceptedand the Extension Office's 1984-65 Budget request. Mr. McCall discussed I For th* heavy many high construction paying
Jobs In
Monthly report of Clay Soil Conservation District advertised for a hearing the increased Items In the Budget at this time. building roads, brldtrea, dams San. thru Wed.
Monthly report of Florida Division of Correction, re: Inspection Mr. Hanson from Orange Park appeared and advised thata I I The Clerk requested the Board to meet Tuesday at 7:00: pipelines jrittms, air, laid mliill*, Irritation sites. I July 16 tSPENCERS '
Clay County Jill group of citizens had endorsed a note at the Bank of Orange o'clock P. M., July 21, 1964, so he could present his Tentative homttltas offlc bultdlnia
Monthly report of Department Public Welfare, re: County Park to help build the Stadium at Orange Park High School, Budget for the 1984-85\ Budget year In compliance with the I eto. Local opportunity-and foralcn Ten amplormant tnurniMiThar ; .
Indigent Fund. Mr Hanson requested financial assistance from the Board for Florida Statute The request was granted by the Board. can start now without laarlnr I UllND I !
Monthly report of Director, Clay County Civil Defense. this project. The Clerk advised that the County was without I I Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner I your crartlot.1 present training Job. Complete on OUR MoJ1aoh1attNana(
Annual report of State Service Office; re: Clay County authority or money to help In the matter. Wilson and carried, to direct the Road Superintendent to park modern Resident machines Training at Bit*OUR la cans'..... .
Service Officer recoveries. Mrs. Seam and Mrs. Ewig appeared and requested that Clay County Road Equipment In various parts of the County Florida rive you the back-
Annual report of Clay County Health Department. the Board of County Commissioners contribute to the overnight, rather than drive the equipment Into the County around u'oa-:: d to got that
Copy of Letter from Clay County Civil Defense Directorto Frolics, which will be held in Oreen Cove Springs, ramll'l Yard each day.Commissioner. EQUIPMENT OPERATOR, .. Fit, and Sat.
Sheriff Elect, Clay County; re: Clay County Civil The Chairman advised that the Budget would have to be I Huntley discussed the possibility of assessinga V.A.For appro.complete.&' tnfortnMon July St. U,and Aug.
DefenProrram.. ed before making any commitment u the County AdvertisingFund tt mill or one mill levy for future construction of a new Call m.lW or send name I Walt coo,.,..-"
Letter of congratulations from H. W, Tarklngton, State was exhausted for this year courthouse and jail for Clay Count bar address and telephone . r r new r..r,rl1OMASIN
Director Civil Defense to Clay County Civil Defense Mr. Ray Chance, Director of Civil Defense, advl'ed that I The Clerk discussed: with the Board the several alternates toASSOCIATED ;
Director; re: to preparedness and prompt action In Radio Station WAYR would broadcast all emergency messagesfor made In the Bid for the new Juvenile Shelter due to shortageof Heavy Equipment Scfceelstil . .
emergency.Dr. I the Civil Defense In any; emergency, Mr. Chance advised Funds. Motion by Commissioner Oreen, seconded: by Commissioner Lake Christie Drive .w.Kw.
A. Y Covlngton Director Clay County Health that he would like to transfer a Generator to WAYR for use in'' Wilson and carried to authorize these alternates be Orlsnde, Florida
ment appeared and presented his 19(4-85 Budget and Depaft.1 emergencies Motion by Commissioner Wilson, seconded: by Com completed if and when the Clerk might find the necessary
his increased request. Further consideration: to be given .a ml'stoner Oreen, and carried to authorize same money available in some other accounts. I
future Special Meeting for this purpose. The Commissioners all approved and signed a Constable Motion by Commissioner Oreen, seconded by Commissioner
Mrs. Virginia Williams of the Florida Times Union Research: Bond for Elmer Mosley for Constable, District No. 3. Wilson and carried, to adjourn and meet again in Special Session I
Division appeared and discussed the Special 1'sua to be published Motion by Commissioner Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner at 7.00: o'clock P. M. on July 21, 1864. Helm
commemorating its 100th year of operation. Mrs. Williams advised Wilson, and carried, to approve appraisals on 8RD Sec Louis L. Huntley, Chairman I
that publicity would be given each County at .2.000.00 per ton) No. 71&02-2801 and Section 71504-2802. Attest:
page. The Clerk advised the Board of County Commissionersthat Commlsloner Wilson advised that If necessary Right of George L. Carlisle, Clerk
the advertising fund wa* depleted Also, that Clay County Way could be received for paving the Russell Road to Black: -I.. . ++++++HI- Funeral Home
was allowed only $500.00 a year for Publicity by Special Act of Creek, he would want to use the balance of the $400,000 Bond I
the Legislature. Mrs. Williams was requested to contact the money for this District. If the right of way Is not given he was +
Municipalities of Clay County for a possible group advertisingwith willing for the balance due for hi* district to be used on other CHARLKS: 1IKI.M l
the Board of County Commissioner In ,advertising Clay Bond roads In other County Commissioners Districts of Clay n lr. Funeral Director
County in this Social Edition which Is to be circulated in all 80 ,,Count Commissioner Wilson also advised that he had a number 594LPCIEANIRS
States. of complaints about cattlegaps on this road. Or .
Mr. Thurmon of Lakeside Estates appeared and discussed I The Clerk presented the Tax Collector's Error and Insolvents /1t.i > Tlioiie 2S4-!%:'G
the possibility of constructing a dock at the foot of Murray Report for the 1983 Roll. Motion by Commissioner Wilson,
Drive which adjoins his property. The County Attorney advised I seconded by Commissioner Green and carried to approve and GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
that Mr Thurmon should make application to U. B. Engineer or I it was signed by all Board members present. 1 IIWY. 18 EAST P. O. BOX 4O
Trustees of Internal Improvement Fund After a further dls* I The Clerk presented an Agreement for Easement: from Mr
russlon. Mr Thurmon withdrew his request. Mr Thurmon re* A) Schneider u received by mall. The Agreement I II between A. t t 8:0 N. ORANGE AYE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS -
quested the Board of County Commissioners to give the Clay L. Schneider and The Board of County Commissioners of Clay :
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and Bellalr Subdivision. At the request of Commissioner
County Zoning Board: authority to regulate the type; of fences County rel: NEW AND
being built The Chairman advised that the Board of County Huntlejr, motion was made by Commissioner Oreen, sec -
Commission-- baa no autOriQver! the Clay County Zoning ended by Commissioner Wllon" and carried to approve enterIng t -,
Boaed but Advised Mr Thumon that he should make application Into the Agreement pending first, approval of the County New ManagementSLATER USED CARS
for change of coning- from Agriculture to Residential In Engineer, Mr Louis McKee.
his area. The Clerk read a letter u received from Mr. W. P. Shaw Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc
Mr. John Goodwin appeared and requested the Board to Jacksonville, Florida requesting Information on a number of ROBERTSON'S NORTH SIDE GULF STATION ,
keep all Courthouse offices open during lunch hour. No action Items of County Commission District No. 2. The Clerk was re* Green Con Springs
North Orange Avenge, Green Cove
was taken on this. request. Mr. Goodwin also requested the quested to an'wer the same., When A Better' Deal I. Made Vas Ness Win Make It!
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place In town where )ou've gut jour rick of up to Chevrolet' aim-r to>> !leavlrg: iTm r sand winter e 4" J" Tip X 8 foot ...w.M...seer.-31.43
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Ch-t t'ft: irrl-y"! window out for America, No. I Look Anvrica'i only I tin. sports car, Corvette
auto:..,cbi'e.' the: 'C4 J-troooth Chetrvfet. Any car Teat drive the one that turn jou on moat. TIREa.
thli luxurloiu! staid: have: Ita price examined. Then start talking price. I 0 3M4" Tip X 10 foot __.... ..1.37 ..r '
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Approximately realdenU., eight of them former Clay the Florida Tlmei-Unlon and, with his wife, a resident of I
Coontlani, are now In residence at Wesley' Manor, the lux- the community), And acre** the hall from the library Is
urioui and eieltlnfly beautiful retirement center on the the music room containing a hl-fl lyitem and a large ;t,,1I
south bank of JnlincUn Creek recently opened by the collection of operatic symphonic and other orchestral
Javckaonvllle district of the Methodist Church. Tb fpraw- mole Beyond these are the new yacht basin which was d
ling community comprising private apartmenU each( with filled with water late last week. It will ultimately be the I'I
ll rI IU private patio), dining, lonnflnr, recreation and music harbor of the community'. yacht which will transport reIdenU *-
I rooms and complete. hoiplUl facllitlM U something of a regularly for shopping tour Perhaps the most apt
departure from the norm of church-oriented retirement remark that ha been made of the community since Its I '
center. Meala are served In the hlfh-.tyle dining room opening was made by a 10-year-old Green Cove girl who
by a berry of beautiful waltreaaea with tbe food conception wa taken by the Rev Gordon Craig to see the building +, .1.
being under the direction of Morrison Cafeteria, famed and landscaped gardens. "Wb,," she asked her minister
: for their fine food. Beyond the dining room are a library do you have to wait so long to get to live In a place like &
(atocked with more than 4,000 books given the center by this?" M 'r
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Wesley Manor U the pride end, to a wr great csUnt,
the crmiUon of IU eiecvUf director ha lie". T. D, Ryan
Jr. II DocUn Inlet Mr. Ryan a Bnrt UeaUnant colonel
In tho Ann,', Chaplain Corp ,ult the ministry .1 latk
nTtUv'i Uk Bbor M.tbWlii Church to 41ml thitrnrUon n.
and U miiuc WMley Manor. A naUv of Hawk.IniHIl 1Y oN. J A Uesley Wagon cruise the wide walk of the compound '
*, Oa. h* meted U CIa, Cennty .! (b. ar. or I and and transport any who with wherever they may 1
received hU wlucaUon at tho Vnlfmlly of Florid and at desire. to go. Mia Mabel IletebJna, who owned a mllUnary ,
the treat Methodlat TheoU,lfal omlnary endowed fcy hop In Jacksonville. for l-odd yean until her recent
the Candlct family at Emory Unlveralty retirement, I I. being helped onto the wagon to be driven to
the dlnlngroem by young John Ilowell. of Lakewood. HeI
I la one of six school and college youth who work aroundthe
property (of a total plait of IS not including Morrison'
staff of tl more). Ilowell will enter Anbwa t'nlvenltya .
a freshman In September.Tk .

..,. Faal E. Nelson. a retired Congrcgatlonalistminister
and Mr. Nebwn, retoi. In tbe Urlngroom of their
Nrat ., I IAt't apartment. RetldonU pay a ...... entrance fee and then
monthly charge* .f abet. |MO per person to cover food
1 l'l' medical eipenee sad almost everything else. cirrpl lack
personal whim M may arise. Mr. Nelson, who WM educated
.I Waahlnglen University. la 8k hauls, and McCormick
Perhaps Ik* MIlL.,'. beat know reeUenl to Dr. Caleb.
Theological seminary U Chicago, erved fci* last putrato *-
J. King, 8r, editor eaaerilM ., th Florida Thaee-Uni.a
In Uvonla. In the Finger Lake district. of upper New1'.rk
and father of Its prevent editorial pete "' ''r. Dr. King
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and his. wife, both YlnI Ian., rereatly celebrated theiralityrinl
wedding annlrenary. II. wa. for tl yean tbe
; chief editorial wittier for the Ttm.-Onl.n and for many
61g1I year prior to that a writer and newsman He wa II year

t old latt month Ilk prink library .f nearly I .,... book
ha .been presented to th. Manor and I. now being eaU-
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Th Manor's oldral. I and pet hap* bualeel v' ,...a..tIe # ,
Frank 1Iri4,_" IS-yrar-eld retired ('W.1 IkoI
I MasaachmaetU Hoe** of K.pnsenlaUns, Mr, BriII._..
who eaalnUln what mat .. one st the e>..l active per.
1 ....1 rerreapendenroe In Ik* \1\1," s..U lee ill( .II .letter.
I a day). walk a .... a day and keeps lively (lalereal Inth Mir
affair of tho w *... Retired II yean, k* Urk oil Ik*
' name* ef .... ol ttts friend. UUn' Uked .*. ... of
u.. MaaaerhasetU. LrgUUUre aba ervd' their" ftUU. .heah ,
wa Clerk to th* .... ....... Cabin t..I&da.1..,, oftonne 4mt
( ... ear*. Cal was I. the UgUUlur.* la hka. ..,,, {
I days there and wont .. to .... MaMchmetU. .......... +
aanaUa and nnaOy to Ik. Whit\ IU- .,. )\k. ...., And a.
Jam. )(k..... Cwley .b. spent ......." ball kU Wag '
life nuuOnf. the Coaneoawealik of MaHMhawlU. aad Iko e w +r

pay ef .... and tke etktc half aa a g.... of bMk tko
. I.... and the Federal Government foe a vide variety oft
\ r.l ......... Joe Martla Uter to borome IL..e..ker ol tkef 'n rw
U. .. ..... ef Rep reenUU'" sal a one* poleal .leo 4'
i I aaaoag th. c*.*ervaUve eleaval likln ki party| UverellRaltonsUIl
\ ., new )I.uaM......"' .e.W I', $. water! Chriotoln greet tweet .. the Ma... ......... and -.. '1
Derter Ito aba Sarah MiatMkaetU. r......r andSevreUry ...... to <*aty *. .*. bees H MM rahe. th* 4
ef SUU wader Preo..t| and oleearM A Khraria" *) Ikal way ...w., buy I* Dr. R J. U4 .....*... aporUnmto. ...... *mr. end kntul Ik* da>.
CeagrieanisM John W. Nc<.raMk. tko oetogenar ........ Ik* retired prfe.. e4 UwreOe al ....... t'aivat. Mr**** (skew* al Ml kaeetroevkl t. and fern Ik* khrary.U .
.Ua current Speaker ef tk* U.... el RepemeaUUvee .he sly .k. Imo vohwtotred to .rt.**w 1M R..rry.. w""'rkaIk > .... roea sad .........* reaw Tk.* imiiU waaioreye:
II now ....... In ... for Ik.* .......'-,. Mr. RrUgsaae wtU fund sad e.alr.rrrO J rJdere t...*.|, took a are wO to she. U* W.Ory W*(.M to ..*. .... and Men Rh* ... C..-> ...***. to wail
a Just pride la hi.* own SUU and .... hktorteal MWety ealkiIU IV. U4 4re4. wa. .,. hto traatdfalkjor ... a neal* .. ,..... eat tag ........... TW t* rt b <..>< kk alal.d .. ...... Mr. OOkv edweatod al KBewwtk (. rr JUrthUrrrrd -
Wgtalatare' the siMs In the naUoa. Whea. a*kod.41" law ..,.... al KletoM. aad Ik**) a masts al IHa. B* and gw Irtptrsk. (feet *.*i d..Mta( Ik* Rib 'Is'... a ad arr tta *. ....... t M
happened to Virginia. k* explain* Uat they. eMpended ..... hi wife arrived Ik* day Ik* Manor ...... . "Woro,. k* T aMy. A* ....rMl d.pktl.a HMm M w M a saaa.lse ., a..... ... ..... .... M e.... ...... p....v. b Ifll.Mgt.q
alien* her. for a whtI nays tkry evea had a bad U .,r aartoae4." .f AM Mi IbM. ten bees |.... to the ra..... pq.aa4iililery.Md.rAolfl1t .


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_LOLL NOTICE- : _ LEOAL NOuc.tN : _LEGAL_ IIOTirB }- - -- - -

IIIOTI(". or SHCltlrrCAL.. THB: CIRCUIT COURT LN, I IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF. intention of Cbarlo Kuftna Carter NOTICE or IU.. Clean pillow caoei will iuc-
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Notice I* b.rOj II... that I AND FOR CLAY COUNTT.rLARll CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA tt retain Florida 'IIIDra1"0rarl0llllra ceatfully camouflage pillow
In CMAKCKHI Right To b* filed at 8t.* tt a o
John P. Hall Bb.rit.r Claj
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I 1114PHYLLia of Pardon on ".p'. II.If" fntvred In caue cleanedfor
County Florida under and b, Cue No. 1174FKDKRAL. No. Board which have not been
11. numbered C-llll In the Clraul
I convicted May
A. MYHKSllaUtlft Tried and
virtue of k writ el tscullon DIVISION and Irene, Court It Clay County FlorldiI yean but clean plllowi are
li.u.d out of the Oman Claim NATIONAL UORTUAOU lilt, an
BEST BUYS ... moonhln. w h' k e X. will tell the property iltuatailit .
Court U and (or CUr Coup,. ASSOCIATION a corporation portlnc Clay County Florida, d*. essential to germ-free aarUUtlon.
Florida. a January 10th *14 4, Hent.n. year.
ha, l;.l.4 upon lh. folio wing etc Plaintiff >.fixUnt.NOTirc ?.fj, |f-pLHfiAL .,'rlb.Part" of aa: the Northeast. U oHortlon .
or HIT!
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lot and being property; In Clay Coati, JAUE8 A.n.WILSON and TO THK CLYOU TATS U.!!: MYERS Or FUOKIDA -- - Rinct 14 II. Tnwnihlp Kail, at I S...',:r't'"d: According to Mrs Anne

tiorida. RACHKL A. WIUON. til* wit. 1II0TllIS lined Honk 11 .. .
In pap Sterile Director of Public RelaUonj
John Poi.nsqlea ,
AW CO.NDITIOMISO MILK 1)1'LIBERTW.D.Morris 1 Portable Welder trial No.n..lltla l>.,..d...t.. I. --- "lIhlhn."rd.. of Cla;,
Smith CIr etK.wano.
. NOTICE or at IT ('..lInl,. rllrltltal for the American Initltute .
public nab In hlha
NOTI. feather
HKHKUr of Laundering
Btk.r utility truck Jl'MCIAI. ClllCUIT. -
Jams A. Wilson and Kachtl FOURTH
i MILBERGER 1 an Baker fork lift without bat A., Wilson. his wlft retldtnoeiunknown. tialntt F1CU: that you a In lull the baa above keen*ntttldcant lied COUNTY. IN AND KU1R FOIl .CLAY\. I and front bnl door lddr.of the fur clay ca.h,Count at th',]' plllowi become lumpy, stained

U. and arc hereby reattornsp > Courthouio In Ureen Cot".. and and laden .
1 Portable w. r engine You are hereby notified thai you IN CHANCERYA. : perepiratlon germ
NO.1I Florida, bttwoen
furl 11:81
n hot n.m. and ad Jr. t e :
REFRIGERATION Diitrlbutor till a lull bat been filed against you plaintiff'alIar !t. CRUCB and ULLIB Uj ..m. and I.Ot p.m. on AUKUII 1. with use especially during
TrUpoS gun plac.mal I In Ito abort .ntltld "'11I.; and coinle nerve upon CItUCiC, ttunband '
nwifean. lilt
All Milk mount that are hereby required tt. k.r on. your written do. 1'Ii the warm summer monthi.
Jersey I Hydraulle fin bole flit answer with tbo Clerk f.".... .If any to the bill of corn i "RI.I".JIJCI.rll
SERVICE 1 York motorI your ,.. plaint In nail null copy of whtrhIt ANNA' B.CRKNWIAW Clrrult Court
of this Court and t* no a T. F1K1.MI and By Vivian II Hohn Heading the homemaker'iHat
loading aktda the delivered to you herewith on
DELIVERY .. the property of T A M Trallti or copy plaintiff thereof upon attorney plaintiff whoa or befor August t, A.D.. ....., Deputy Cl.rk of various housecleanlnf

Alt ('..."..*..*j. Bfvt.*rattoammt HOME M..ur.t.rlnl, Company a Florida lame and mid_ In Herein fall not or deer** proroafeieo 1\I0TU'III or .pic:< ,,t.KHa KATZ A kATZ Allorn.y Wale chorea for Pall should be the
corporation, and that ot i: will\ *>. ontorod againiyou '
.*..... lerttc AnibMhtr., Ill rlor.I' I I T tAlbt lit
I 8. Palmett. Street the Ird day of Aurutt, It... b*. THIe Building, JarktonvllU,. for Ih. relief prayed ,In th* NOTI"IC. IS 1IKREBY OIVKN : Jaoktonvlll Profeialonil I, Florid Tlulldlnf cleaning of Feather pillows.An .
II4-SIM ... legal fcoun. of tala. bill of complaint.
CALL 4MI .r t. tho Florida not later than tie Ird undtrtlpjntd. aa PcllMaol.r
that tht --
Il/me Phone 204./100 namely .1.... o'clock In tht day of Aucuat .. 1144. The nttur of odd. null both) In Chanry under and LEOAL NwTirMIM average of a pint of dirt
forenoon and tw o'clock In tbafternoon If yea tall t* '0.0 dwrM for divorce.WITNEM! I I by irtu.. *t the iInal Dogrelof j II removed from moat pillow
Basinet Phone M4-I541 Antline Used Tmllm on old diy. at th. enfM will b* ont.redacalntt my band and th* FortcKwur iilred In that : THE: COt'RT or THB COUN
"taco, of ,..In... .f tall T M pro yon far the r.llef da.manded teal, of coil Court at Green Can* I certain :oauit ....,.. In the TY JUlHlB. CLAY COUNT' received In professional laund-

KEY'S Tralltr u'I.. I Company', U th* CompUlnt.Th I Pprtnaa. Florida, thla lth day Circuit Court *t th. roiirlh. dud. "1"11\11''. IN PROUATB.: fill for renovating. Various
TV APPLIANCE CA on HUhwty ., aerou. from nature of aald btlni) .f "" A D. I/14' I II heist. Circuit *f Florida. I* and IN RNF.NTATK: : OP
tht municipal rolf "..... which for Ferecloeure. of Mortise en.rumherlnf U2URfi2: C. CARI.Ill.10 for Clay County, FlerUai, In tn'MIWAI\ btl NBAIt foreign material U also 411.
SERVICE FLORIDA TRADERS It locate at the fortmr Or... lbs properly nltuatt Clerk Circuit Court. helps' Chanc.ry ( : H.nae.d rovered once-fluffy
Chancery! In the
Cove ftprlnci Naval B.... I will Real) Or ace M. Carlltla. 'it.
In Clay C*untt. Florida de. ( ITU In which A T* All Credlttri andfcriamHavlnc I
We Repair All BnndtSrrrtclnf Green Cv Sprint*, FtorUU offtr for sale and ..11* ,. ththlihttt trrlbtd at fnllowt! Clerk Clrrult C.url. I Cruc Number* and Ullla U Cr**.. h".. Chime *r PrmindiAnlnil headreiU. Many plllowi are

Clay Coinly IS E. Fabner St. Tel XI4-S2M bidder for cath. In hand. tot 1/. Block I, MEADOW.: J.C. IAPP Attorney for Pl ln\lff band and wife. art ,1.lntltl.1! Raid", Kilalai: received with two and three
tea abo.. dttterlbed property1i BROOK, Unit No. I. aerordln P O. Jln <4( J. T. Field aid Ana R ,.. and eafh *f roll ars her*.
F., Slitecn Year Aatl...* S. Or .,. ATBWTet the property of the *.ld T. *. to plat ",or.ot ron."... I.I'.t In Owe Cov "prlnca, Florida.Dputy I It.1 Ornih. are df."dala, I, aai.cll by notified and required t* pro, I polled tickings oovertrxg the

Oran Park Ph. 214.1515FULLERTON'S Sll-tm X. Trailer Manufacture Co.mpany Book .. Pat. II and II. Clerk. Muter In Chancery ap.pointed hell nP "..111\' and".
tatltry acid exocvtlon, 1. U. llPLKOAL feathers and each other.
to of the pohllo records of Clay bv the Court I" old' which '011. or either of you, .mihit ,
Orange Park JOHN P. HALL ('ft.BI. Flerlda.WITNEM deeran under and by vlrh. .r ...1".. th* elate *f El..I''
BbnAloff .... Tel. SI411 h.rlU or Clay County my band andhl* tha term throf. will offer for Mar .......... lal. o' When, a feather pillow cornea
July MU.II teal of laid Court at Or." Cnvtnrtara. NOTICE I .alt and noil ublln *ulcryt .nil Counly It the County Ju. >l.i. I Into professional laundry It
I JacksonvilleBUnding 1I FlortAa. thin llth day _-: __ the hl I Het cal bash bills of Cliy Counly, Florida at hi. a
S4 N. Orang AT. A CeJBna ... of Juno. A n. 1114. for cab .l tho Neirlh door aftht effie. In Ih. court hou.e of llCovaly < U tarred twice"" 10.that the
OEOROR: C. CARLISLE' II THai Jl\' C1ILICtLAV (010? or f nav Cv I
I Countr, Court Haw f it Oren IprlnaiFlorida
Green Cv Spn. Z....... LKAAL NOTICE' customer lets back both the
i TeL 77MM4 Perk of the Orrult Court lOUHTY rLOMlUA County FUrld. I I. Ih* Clsp .1 wllhl ae l o.llide; .
I WE TRADE IN"l" ANY11IINO lit..)" B* Vivian H. Rohm.' I* tin iM.reet of WATKH' NOT nrn C..v. Rprlni.. FloridaAuiu.t mnih from Ihs time *f th* firepukllrdlon I lamp feather and the same
'.|. I. II. II D..uty ark ANl'HEU. a child Cat* IM4. . hour I af thIn nolle Tw
or TALCE IN TUB: CIRCUIT COURT Or I Mr 11411.NOTICK N.'j of eleven .rWh: A. .M.t.n two Naas! .t each dust *r domaaihill I ticking' Th feather are then
BEVEEAOE3 TIlE roUHTH JUDICIAL CIR OF FILIWI OF PKTITKIN ...1..11 P. M. lull sail k.alnn. : : In wrllli, i4 lie* removed and sterilised. The
CULT or ) IN FOR PKRMANINTCOMMITMKNT hit at d lvn o'clock A. M. *n .,.t. lie Ilea of reilitene am'
VFIIOLSTERLYOBAXLEY'S FOR l Rg.l1; rANDAL8ERi LKAALIN III0Tlnl ur Clllt.OTO .nil, date, ). the aami h.leg, tit" bail office addrtt at Ik, tUlmanl tlckUm ate properly WMhedl
CHA.NCCKT.' - FLORIDA 1111:""" r.. I l.ial h.ur of sale and a* a l.f and shill ba .worn lo by thclaimant j I and preased separately and the
PAUL'SAll JCkUK>N HUOREfl.PlalallCf. I MKNT t>F Pl'llLIO HKI al silo airs 1 the fllwlnf.. d*. hit anent or hit atlorney '
( COURT INANl FARE FDR fl'litfKQVKNT: and .... .. fill orldnat featheri! Into
TRIM SHOP TM. CIRCUIT crlbed prn**rl* altaal In Clay "" *.1. by a are put
".. > FUR CLAY CUUN7f. A1H>ITION. County Florida. I* will' fee' of ins dollar aid neck clalnr them and
CHARLU NK: tfNAH. Ill tadliUADYH FIX>'RIDA. I THE: MTATB OF FIORlPAlTei low thro. (It *M >lour ftl' demand not no filed chillM. b: aewn up.
Legal Beverage* Cemptel At A F-arnltnr R. NKKPIIAM. hit" wlfo. Cat N.. IITI DAVID ANDRKU 5i leek rift.en till *f IO1.K. ... 'I The pillow U. returned aft,
Oft I'A.''M. 1.1 A. M. and' KOBKRT NRVAIIM, FEDERAL NATIONAL btORT* *"Yi"fW\llB PARK PltRPIVIilON.City III France KtlMbelb, taacait!,
Uphebterinf .
IIEREMY: NOT! fluffy' and term free.
Uof.adiaU.NnTICM UAOB AMOCIATION, a *.r, of Oren Cv Nrlee A* Admlil.lnlrU" *f th<
Dw.*.l 4/ennty Line 141 W. IdlewtM A... TO ArYKAKTIIK FIKU. Ik. petition has boon UometlmM knw as lill.wlld Retain *4 Etkl May Klnaear. .
TATK Or FLORIDA ruuuff filed In thl. Court for lie per. Prk HukdlvltUn. Clay\ CeunlrFlnrld
Nrtb *f Oranf Park Ph. ZII.SJIS Tot CUARLJUt NKKDHAU, III ... _.."t commitment ot Wayne' *.ITk rlr.t ...11..110" lily" ilL IIITell. .J

Green Cr Spring. FUrtd* and UUADTM IB. NKKDHAU.R'llde'nce : ,. EARL". HARGROVE and Hey Androu. a hlld.. t* the I el.<4 prPrl *. afore.Hid. U. "|, I.,. _
JU'BT O. HAROROVE: bis wlft. riarld I'.p.rtm.m of PublicWelfare . tot-ether with all. !...' -LROAL I.BUAL NTICM

MOATS Free Estimates: UNKNOWN Det.nduleNOTION for tubteauenl adoption ....... 11.1'.1......".. .." anaPlllnrl __ NOTICMNOTICB _
YOU THB MKKEBT: : NOTN or HIT and e a herb ammo/N tll..t. ...10..'''', .
'rfp Pick-up ami Delivery ,riEI: ORDKREU AND DIRBCT THB .,.AT. Or FLORinA 1. ..: nA sppaar Ii Iklt Court or In my wins. tpprtli' ''lnt, OF NAMEd OF II TNM COtlMTY JtlKIB'

Handle Any and All .f Y... BD t* flit four antwtr or otherDleadlni TO: Karl M. HargreTt and Ruby .t Ih* Clay County Courthewa.1 icing. sold I. **tlify Ik* .,.,.. l'altu.Hj Afr-KAIIIMJ IV Ml. 'Ot HTM Ami' FO* CLAY
I. th* PI.I.tift. C._ O. Harcrovt, hit wlf. retld.acet. In the 1y *f Or... Cov Perree, UOIt.,.. OFAUANKUNliU tnt NTY, ri.onio
INLET MARINA I'pholitery Nredi! plaint to foroclot ArtlrUt ofAaroomtnt "" prlnn.. Florida on Ih* lltk day old Flnil : PROPERTYfunw.Hi : \I. pnontTM FILM MO***
recorded In. OfflcUlRerordt "T':. are btrtky notified that .f Auiu.t. Itll al I* *)'el I*.kAM Piled thin' 'Ilih' d.y of, July.IMI i
HAROLD BAXLET Book I*, Dice til, a salt ice been filed "" .., I* .h... ...... why *aldpetltlnn I r lurid. iaiula, *ntiil*" OF "..ra Tao 1.....
MERCURY A JOHNSONENGINES Owner Vh.lateftr11 pre llo RMtrdt of Clay, Fl.,. yea In the **... ..lItl.. yawed| ....111.1 not ". aranled.WITNKKit 1. C. MPP '' 'rloiM ln.oueitloa' of U*> |ioeee4NvtitM
Ida dttrrlblnv the following and that f*. are hereby. r- my hand end officialI ......rU| "..,., l ii, rbcorJnlv Ll.uii.4 I'roo.rtAd", nulli. lilieieo TO fnitniTon
EDWIN BAXLET Lot Nino (I). Block Twenty wired t. file. year aiuwer with I at tltn Cove .print I *. Fler.M .II.I1.U Am, I ....r.., 5111e t..1t Ike ........ All erndilnr..f tk.. K.tal: .fMearl
CROSBY BOATS Sn and t'pboUtrrrr 4 yr*. IO.. Rertloil Tw" (t). Or. the O.ket111.Cnn.and t* Ihle the *th day ft lily, IM4Official beiw pnr I* bo Inn Van gods .....>... arahereky
ER ET TR.MLKIM ace Park .....rdl". I* map were a espy thereof .*.. the, ( 1/TIIOMAa J. MIVERI ....el* ef u*<'1...**.. perennalinin .r *..ilfl.d and required to
C. A. HUMMEL: of the rtorlda. Winter Horn plaintiff. tr pUlntlfre' tlterntywho. Pal l Judft of tka '.....11. (Court : t -- .i*.* properly piMoBhn4ue .. f lien, Balms' *r ".m...* which.,
SALES A SERVICE t.h.l.ttmn.. and Impr*vem.nt Company .. name and add,... lei .1fI.... of Clay ('....t,. Florida' I.1NIIL tlCN <.l. they. may bare shiest( nail *..
101,4 a. rtcordod I. Plat a lber Anekaotier. ill FI..,. ,.'. la, II. MTlOTICB !.,!.!....<_11.....', Anna, Ufll' Ul. I I. Ik* toll,,** ef th* CeuiuyJiidc .
OUTBOARD REI AIR I Hood I "... ft. Publla Re. .Ida Till, BHlldlaaJarkcotdvlll' *. CIRCUIT CO'RT OJ '.<. rprleie. II 1.. ef ny ** ..
li'I THN
Hwy. 17 Oranc Perk ACCOUNTING orda of liar County. norMa.And . Florida, not .,., thaa the Irddev = rortlTM ,,'OIC"' .. nlnrm.lue d s . P sins! tktmount In Ihs *. *u.* :threes Co.:
t* serve a copy '.CCllt'Bp! of Aa..." A.D, ..... _LROAL: TUB FUWUiA' I" AND or *.j.*rlitln. el lb. .Nprlni Florid. within *ls ..!.
Phn CO 4 111! nlnlntlff't 1 tttornairt. AYONUK. It ru fall t* d* '* *)e4>re CLIroll r CI.AY; OH/NTY./ '' *nd th* nm and arf- iilir month from lie ..,. *tIk
1 :, leg Orvat. fluke Cirole.lance pro ....,... will b* *.tr.dtaalntt MOTH or APPLICATION. FOH IN CHANCERY' :roes *l Ins holder map b* .b: flat pttell...*llo* *f tkli *.!.
, REED ACCOUNTINGAND Park,. ,,.,14.. an tr ... you for Ik* r.llof do.manded TAt IIBKIIae lla4 br nay puieetelei. *: .ri. lea." rUlm or demand mull
fort the l'tk dar of Auiuit IM4; In th* rofliplalnt *. 14.1.. ..... lAhW/U'l'uVA'M MAL KIPI in irel I b th* pr* .rly k* In wrllln *nd mu.t Hit
.thtrwlte eald Pomtlaltt will betaken Th* mere of nail lull belnc NOTICE in HKHKUV (JIVEN.l. .. RadiO. MAR KII>D dre..lal on .sgwlrp t: lisp :.l Ik* pi*.* *f r.i4.a! .-e ned ptfflc .
at Penf eaad by 'e. for Ferorlneur *f Morliatl* .nrumberlnv .... II. O. TtKTUAKKK Ih* .urn*. "..* ComptrvlUr .. A4. . ....,.** .f Ih* .1.1....
; i iFOR : It I It ORDEREn that thltNotlPO th* property .It.*" k.Uer of th. fellewlei ...rtlfleti I. ROICEhnlrtlN miai.irilvr Ak n44 Proper 11'lvlelon .id mail k* sworn I* kr Ik*
C T.tSkH'I'R: t* Aiipoar b* '."11.".. In Clay Coanly." Ft.rldoa' ban filed ass.rlifiala i'111bb T llhe**>. Ulmait his ii.*!, *r ki. at,
44) Walnl St OCS. I .e,. a week for'amentlevcoke wrth4 *. far a tat.1 t* b* sawed. T.I i I IdNpiTllV JANMKN I tUU. H* ..,* ,. ....".. *.. :*r: *<- of II will ).....* .*
In the Clay County Cr.e- lot II Blfk .. MEADOW.BROOK. : '110,..*. The c.rtlfleal number. li..ldeae, o I'nhnew eonsasehar' hand n1Ire. .cc.r4lii, t* taw
TeL ttl-im I e.nt t ".......>.r publlehtd I I. Unit N. .. ......1.. tad rear ot I..utea Ik. IT"" ANN IIKKKHY Mr, TIFIKU :e uhlikd \n\ ibis noil**. :: |...,,, Vn ,**"t. ..*.
Pen onallz 9L l Service O1.' mid,.. Phyla t* *lat r.*..rd.d In Plat Wk wrlpUon; *f Ih* proporty, ::.1 Ikal Ik* *.b.w...*..... P.. lee* .'*.f .f waerihip I I. pre eulrli *t tk. Helate *fHenri
ONR AND oitnrnrn. AI .. Paarea II and II. .( tk* lie name II which It wt a. lili.ntr* MAMUKU WILLIAM ...,.. I* Ik, koU.r kr ll>lb>*i iI Via KindtVvrnn
IaACCOUnting Df..f Co. ** P.rlnn. nori4a. thla, puMI _rd* *f Clay 11und ar* 4d follow! lilAU MIDIeat PCiC' MAR 1144. |k* pr.oertr will. b* 4*< C, Prvi
THE BEST In *U-r* ndgd & Tax Ilk de.. of J.1.! A.D., I.... (nadir Florida.WITNEM 4ntUlcot. ". t.Veor 1I11.1t l II... filed a Mini. .* '.1 |l need d I* tin .".,.., *l law
: ri.rnx or ny bind and the, ** I..*...* June 1, ItttIteoorlpUo the .*..elrl.d. *o.rt fr th Tk.roefl.r, all furtker alum. K.n'..* HeUkll Florid
printing try tbt CRESCENT n..tll rite THE ciwci'iT roritT.Rr last *f and hart al Ori Co.eaurtnn. *! of Pruotrlyi Lot tdoMio. .t Ira mlntr rhlld ..*.. k* 'If..t" I* Ik* Admin*. 4.'.'**, fr PliMutrlt"
For Vivian H. Notim n..rldi. tklt Hi*, day I lunch. (A Fleming Inland, scud and tee pep '.. Luc*. VII, I.*. II, ItotitH
,-.. 14. tl It iHMtf nor*. tf JMI An. I.... R.I.I. iRs ii.t.itiLwlM ".".. lo ahow. eene why. th.* Hey .. 0,...
PRESS INC. The price U"itl1I1I ,FirmH & 4CaL t t' :: .. whH ll autMcd DEK. .owe *..*.. not b* .rial.d by A. A4Mlltirlr. .
.1f.f"I: / 0 .: Nia, A CM>ER." -p. .f year wr111.n ..It, II -
I* rlibL Individual f." K, II. M I>*.*"y Flak. All of oald property bslef In .''I,.'.. If .... .*.. iffM'llfTiiNOB 414511: : Nela'N
Xotarv Pnblir the Oouaty *f lisp( ilsi.> ..1llride A...,..,. lea P.O. LtMJAI. ,NOTII' MIN -
i. 'sears led fleet tale Circle. JlllsuiWlIIIUN'r
t'..... ash *ortlft*.l. se *.rlfl :nasal. Pack Fl rid*. and "X THB COUNTY a. or ML
\ LMAL .*'T'CII |' "ala Mall b* ,...."' *< s.. bed lie orl itlasl l l Iloref wltkrht IN ANI. FOHCLAV Nell** I"* k.r.iy pip.! Ibalkur.ul i U law la* ,...,...., do.wrikod Clerk of cold Ceurl. a or IVUNYY FUlMUIA, i* a Fll lap..* *f
,AFS"l-S111f.illaIDYt.\1; si I ;;TMbfciRCl'IT; COURT=: r la **.k *erllli..i* or b.for* th. Ilib day of A....'. IM PHUMATBIN "''sr .h.sw. esle14 .No .....
I [ hrwle, a lured olll b* i MTAtkl OF till.
hiked bld I *>r ef Ifcaeoirt ku.e IMti/ t"l MAHHAMAkllllHiUYHEHI.ANIt iumbr.d la the.\
CLAYIUJI'NTV: tNR1UAN door on lie Oral Mndy laFoMlflreu .niared sealed tae .n.U. lM.**... 'I' I'.url .. Clay b....,, .
1111 win bo nail. a* th* ..'4 *4oi ilo*. will I tell llul4 I*
.-,...... pile. "". III : .tr.r.: ;
bad tad Ik* '
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., PlaintiffFEED the Ird d v of Insist, ItMfoied .I. f il- nerl '
Ibis" Ilk dy Tit ALL Mri'lTi'H: AMU .
Ihs* Ilk dor *4 4lr I I .anise FUrld Twelv 1111( MliMb Fiirl.s.Ii "
NOPKINS. .t J.. iSIIri'11aii. "'UN,"' MAVINU' CLAIM ONfeu ( ) MBAlMiwinoiK t/all .

lock FOR KENTl' V\M\ I b4ra WANTED 'Tkr. ..,tI... Pat..t, 1114 nrr.nn u ".,tl.I".1I:. I. rN61JIN.bill . 15MA1Ur. AI"I\I PAll NN"TN 1 ordi** I* pine tuer.ef pace.l.
FOR SALE Thirty-els H*>TIIB or all?' Clerk .f ClrouM (*... ,. (l.." toll ,... flrju't' Court id I .la Pll Hk I. p *f
aWe fan with ..lor. Oead a* bam. newly painted Inalde. and III kn. kty) dUlrlbBUri TO: FRICDtM lurk flee .f City t yi.r'<* .. Vlvlo M. sea brky allfld *>4 .Ik S **rr..l ebbs* pesunle: *l

Reaaenable. Etw..ltn.1 H&.. r.atbl, large raid applea. GCS and Or ... 11 U II a-TATai orFIKU rIDR/DA- ;-a"i.: : It. Pep .. II, |t I* l>..*., flab, :'*.m d"d wkieb to Hie v****r eleim Hr *r bv d**) ,>'a., t'..*iy, '...r.....
new. el., blakocl ad
....1..... l.'alnewnYUU it *wkii i* lie
.. Fhen II4-I4H (C.,...... .,.. lralihd. Can Pen**' (CYllftu..l.ff ........ wit krtMU ANN NRNa1T HO?!. .(dadIN> & *f Ian l> .... bidder fr ad, at tk* has
14tf1 | -U.- .... beta filed W l .bibih o. lw.f of Ik. n., Ceukly (t'M
r.r.. In-I2II. 1 .rd). Wrtt P. O. B.l a dull I '.
7-M-Ue Ilu/1. nfllPI = = and le/e of ('lip < **irFlMl.
Tarn MID) Chisel P.* l. lh. ab*.. *. *.I5. I.I a'...* 1'*.. aprlie
1441. lai. 1.1 II. tip I* l In IM elfUe, of U45. Thoma* .fl4 botw II N .
I titled **e* and fee are brkyMUed ri I * *
MALE I. wen apse piaiojtllf aattoraty ...t. Pond .... II :I River (tan..C.eup" Judt l'*:.I Inko I i* en, a Jail Mlk, .;::1"
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HOUSE FOR SALE .. ... Baker helper riperteae In .,..* aopeert ,..r.. (our writ REPORT or CJiMMTION orBANK ..nin.*. Fl.,id.* wlihm' elt del ass ofk nr..iNfii I. rAMuai.B)

IM fl X 11) ft Living ream, fall I Iu I WANTED hilt vcrber w*.. ban ..,..***. If gar, It ib. bill !' Of ORKKN CWE IPRINGA :.4.fir.l, *:pakiWN.II) ti tIt*Ho, rmMK (' "(\111 COUNTlaeall
Urn *
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tenth . I atd ell opy, .. Abet54 /.
.. _.lll .f one. C... arrt*.. lo Ibo N
Ik. 4* key a> a4 W ear "' .1 .. I II.. II N. B..kmfhipoly
kitchen an4 dining are, Iwo _. Apply aa TMbaalU Baa.try. ,I .f ...... I* delltered Ib* .>... *4 aoej*..* .* ,... n*), I***. .(a.k ellm se 4.*>i4 sal b* I* r Vlvte f'.,.

k.dr...... .Ult, ,..., Irffftt. Walnut A""' e4, Green GPO. fr daytln ......... If ..* herewith on M before AMt eritlad. ad la ....**.*'.1 *..11 I rHKIIMAM' molAKWKjK *

bardwod fl..le Nrv txb I Item| ,..utl Frank ... MVil.'V.'il net or IMP.. ,..". ,, ...*,. his .!... *, ,..I4.sra end. WATPOMIII
d porch. .r rail II4-I7II. MlWANTED -. sad ob Hem* I.I _l .fft. *44..e* of tk* 'UI'_ .
taW"I'M ''wre. tile .U*.4 fr.. .b..r.1 ,..._ will bo ..tI d .. lotl r...., b.lanra. wb .t. bahe, shell hi nano .. 'r iii N.rn.11 nb NelldleahaceIli ,
kt'wa.UI.I ,eln| ,.,.d I. Ih '' 1 U Florida
_ I I' for the I .. '
hi* .. .! fc'* .1.
water *n Raarll bad abet. A..... U I" they are tells rtxki for new bIN' .f NwlIcisL ..,. prM*' .f oollecllo .. Itllltllt'll t..*. shell b* ****.**.*.. e AllfayI.SMI4I. '.11
17., The astc.5 pall ell >4 Put.. .....n..t*., dl o.l and II r. oboe I.* **4 air ....

\ He biotas "... Highway with elderly .. ***. ea. .lu king hip ........ m, hued aid .... .*arM.*. . . . 1 1|'.HI Iff ) 'Ulm or de. M4 *..! .* "I.' ..1 I

Far lafemaUe roll Green "-... WITNfwS .... Curs ...all b.* bid ,... f lll*. le* m*
| 4lllo Ml II
..*.** doriag AngwaL - last ii nail .'beet .< f. I ..lll.t.e.e of lilac kid ** t* Ill. iMa4 el l.ii4 '- -- -- -
Cave tl4-tMl ,.n.. Gel 214-1111. ,....... PI./4a Ikb. l'lfc .., JINN aad dioeouat. . . ? | ||.I.| ||. 4I I M. .44.4 tlm I*forma she *mop 1a Shute i MtrTttn

.. Jeec A" sell.OrIpON I. ,.,1&1.1..... hash. ....*..o* ..*>*d II*.Mile, i.aaih/e *.4 fli. .>4 Iran Ik. ('.nlp. 44f" * .(. I
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HEir WANTED! a Male A PLEASE!' n.tI CIvn'l 0wrL ..l *.4.|. ..... O4a*, lo* book p...l*.. . 1111H Lr..rSNITN I **rrMM or *AIM
RL'CTa-S .... fMU1, I kereky 5Nn0 lkl.
HOUSE FOR nwra'ti1.Y 4 III ItT'TAL TttliMAIMr
WEEKLT AND ( ., sacs . . . Anti' 1.-:1: 4* a llol deere ..1Mo
ba14 with I b,.dr*.. M rtfef' rental MS I N R IflMftlA ApaKT . ,411.111 41f ".' them.. e A4-. .(. .lor. entered la *.*.*
Wehaw, rie. N
fmmlab 4. f. WC- MORE Fee triable .*. *fWMMSI I I 'er PNiallIf f 'k. e....1. .' .......... H.l I* the Ctrewi
NINa vTaUIn I i fl'iuia'atriv1TI, .. ill *> .u.t.r L'vurt. *l Cl*> c....", ""r''...,
U am** : ... Wed........ h.lhcnhaeds I
...... ,Met SI44I14. j ,*,.._ ... ,,.,.... '.. 114.11m ........ ldl<..*..., *.Mfklr*, end oof.> 1-so...... I will n.l ll Ik. p..**M* *Hiob

,..... '"tIP. Fan 14 put ..... N* I *ftllo*. . I III III .. ;........." delasl 1 hi II. IIu flr f''ewe/r. F..ri4*. 4.wrk4 ..

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114.1111 /.1.. !. CNA/KIn..isleCHARUf TOTAL I>WTIT 5 . !i"l! I. 1.1eiS tail. *f Ik.*) ***..**-
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SHOPat I ,...l t..* o4 Mf,*d. d.twel, . ,\ 111,11111 Pldeei. l's1 .. ..*......* .45-/..,... adikl
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SCAN N ITIL? I.It* lid tlrtrrrai. INnw5t7I ...... . .*Mk .**...*.| el Iii aouik.eoot .
FOR RDT-I kd.o. how IteIf.T4 ANN .....y 01 UAMUTIM ...,....., ***..*....r *4 Ik* *.*tk.
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alloy tmntokf ..d air*.nfl- rrrw *>r It" .*" sawn''
HOME FORT F R SMNMI'N ,..11 wlT s It' I'fI..II'40 .irn+ .. ***>aaan** **d the part
gland M Bay Meet Cal OC* ,"If_PTA..,Ila. or.i'HafN. nnar04fOa ..*....., <*l Co* oio< ...... lo*.| po, tle It** *** ** H. *4. Hor .t..AM jawft-nrfii'' 1'i.Annii if Ik* rk *' la* **oik o*.:

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II [ :: : : : AREA BUSINESS! : :DIRECTORY: 1. IN PM.V.I, N .*>* : *M e.. .*4 *44>M* .**.." ,.. lv. renew, P1.rl4*

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tailor made First Ticket To 'BarbequeBecky During Tuesday afternoon all the boys In the camp j Large Fresh Meaty Super Right Smoked

participated in thinking period on the aide of the hill. "

forFARMERS Campbell Miss Clay I morning on the Middleburq This followed an episode in one of the cabin in which TURKEY NECKS WHOLE PICNICS
County, purchased from Jimmy Fire Dept grounds and will go beds bedding, clothing, etc., were found strewn arounda
,, Deese the first ticket for Sat I on until 9 o'clock Saturday cabin floor, The thinking period surprised the boys.
; urday's family day barbeque evening A string band will be Excitement among the girls was kept at fever pitch by
in Middleburg. Sponsored by I on hand to provide music and continuing pillow fights and running to the water fountain

the Orange Park Area Jaycees I the sponsoring organizations midnight.. lb. 15c Ib. 29s

;: .... '. the Middleburg Fire De-promise a wide variety of A total of eight watermelons were filched and hiddenby
partment, the barbeque will begin I games eight camper who got out of bed and took them halfway I
Everything that provides a at 10 o'clock Saturday around the lake (three miles) to be devoured at a late
"perfect fi'" for the farmerIs -- .. hour. According to Eddie Taylor, It would all have been
Included In a P.C.A. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS'' MINUTES much more simple if the eight had "indulged in a little .
loon Operating loans for sweet talk" toward the camp dletltlclan. Participants in . ., 4.
such things as crops, (Continued from Page Two) the hoarding are said to have been John Barber, Don
dairying, livestock and alive of the Florida Times Union would have to have a Bowles, Terry Turner, Mark Oay, John Bartholf, Mike "SL'I'EIt: .it10IIT" QUALITY WESTERN STAR BEEF'STEAKS
fruit',; Intermediate Term commitment from the Board for advertisement in referenceto Bridges and two others whose names could: not be learned
loans for capital Invest but who are said to be experts.
the Special Edition of the Times Union Issue Immed
ment items; and Budgeted lately: After a further discussion on the matter and due to Fire cracker were distributed to some of the smaller
loans to fit your particular boys by Scott Smith and company until George Owens
needs the limited amount of money allowed by the Legislative
operational are threatened that when the first one went off he wouldaecept'.Scootet'cslanation
available with a minimum Act In this account each year; also for prior commitments
of red And, beildei The Board unanimously decided that the Board of County from 4-H. The "syndicate" I
tape.simple Interest Commissioners could not participate in this program. headed by young John Oroner and Smith scion of Spring I
which yen pay means that P.C.A., Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Com Motors and son of the well-known Goldwater supporter
loans ".av. you missioner Omen and carried:the Board adjourned to meet. and Columnist, very: quickly recalled the firecrackers, it I
they make money'while you gain on Monday., August IT,, 1984 at 9:00 o'clock A. M. 1 I' said, Clone Trimmed Boneless
t LOUIS L. HUNTLEY, CHAIRMAN In fact 'It was Scott Smith himself who complained RIB RIB
money. fl .< C..rt..... GEORGE L. CARLISLE CLERK that Mr, Owens "caught us everytlme.: Fall Cat Boneless C Close Trimmed q C
.Aur.. C:...1, A.t'. Otn.e. I ATTEST: To the vast relief of Messrs McCall and Owens, Miss ROUND SIRLOIN
',..**..r.> 1 *...>!> *>.. Reese and others, there were no injuries. Two cases of BoneleM Minute Boneless
tonsllitls and few of
t'I a more cracked volcei Some, they CUBED SIRLOIN TIP liii
I want to to I
Production apologize my homealck the .
Northeast Credit said were at beginning; "But when it came Tear Choke LB.
Your Cholcet LB.
many friendswho were so considerate I
Association time to go home, nobody wanted to ,
to me during my operation Among those who attended the camp were: Denise . -
U' Main Street. Palatka and stay in the hospital. Moody, Carol Ann' Spearman Janet Lee Spearman Joan ...... '
Tel EA 5-Sm It was my Intention to writea Spearman Betty Watkins Jama Vanessa Wood, Janet Cap'n Johns Quick Frosen Fried 14 os. Pkf Quick Frozen Sliced

personal "thank you" note Louisa Miller ,Linda Irene Klrker Barbara Ann Baldree,
5(9 Edfewood Avenue 8 COD STEAK JB,49cQuick
FISH STICKS .3 $1.00
JacksenvUIe to each and everyone: who sent Cheryl: Knowles, Olenda Olllles Marlene Foy, Rhonda ,

cards and gifts but my: strength Revel', ,Alma Hunter Kathy Hume, Linda Barber Sara Brand Sugar CurH S lb. rig Quick Frozen Sliced
EV 4-U41 :
TeL Is not equal M the task, Page Long, Polly Jean Llnsley, Ann Arrant Laurie Temple
so I am asking all of you to INTRODUCINGTHE Nancy Heselschwerdt all of Oreen Cove. I BACON a 1 1. I I 79? SWORDFISH STEAK LB.59t
please accept my apologies and Also Wanda Holmes, Liz Buen, Jo Ann Cole Rosemary

thanks In this way. TRAVELERS Small, Csrlene Knowles, Anne Simon,. Roberta Wells Ruth SAVE AT AiPI SPECIALS JUMBO SIZE
1 I am gaining strength and CENTENNIAL Ann Maxwell Norlene Elliott Flora Lee Looney, Denise
will soon be back busy as usual Linda Lee Ourr, Donna Deborah
Smart Studebaker Pugh
before long.I 1 Norma Lee Newton, Janice Bell Sarah Perez, Jean Halllgan, Scott Towels 3 rolls 89c
iii would like to add that we FamilgAccident Karen Kenney, ,Joanne Swanson, Deborah Barrlngton
had our telephdie changed Dianne Swanson Jenny Fisher, Marsha Jones, Nancy Novak,
to a two-party line and the Barbara Lynn: Tucker and Terry Turner all of Oreen Cove. SAVE; AT A&P! SPECIAL?

number II now 284-98J9. Also Mary Lee Jensen, Carolyn: Jensen Linda Sue

Thanks. Cole, Edward Kuhrt Ronnie Robertson John W. Stone, Waldorf Tissue 4 rolls 33cSAVE
Mrs M. C. Csrlley- Jr., David Talbott Jr., Mike Oelger Charles Owens, John
J. Horton Ken Bradley, Randy Masters, Harry Gene Ray, I
Craig Magulre Donald W. Moore, II Wayne Denmark
Policy ; AT A&P I SPECIAL: A&P
Michael Elliot, Floyd Neal Knutsen. Rex Rawls Lenard
I Iu. Bhowalter. Jr. Scott Smith Max Wilson Danny Harper 100Z.
.. One package protects you ind Donald Fullerton. Ronnie Wall Richard Koza, Mac Oelger, Instant Coffee $1.21
your whole (family while travel Jlmmle Bolvln and John Oroner all of Oreen Cove. I

Ing-ind coven your baggage Also 'Willie Anderson Jock Bush Jack Oelger, John
..against loss from fire, theft, Bartholf, Lynn Foy, Reggie Heath, John D Barber SAVE; AT A&P! ALL FLAVORS

rough handling or other trios- 'Randy Ourr, John Bowles, Mike Bridges, Mickey Downing ttl.
3r J hazards. Fred W. Llndiley, Jr. and Billy HuUhlngs< all of Oreen Circus Drinks 4 QQe
.. L ,partition Cove. I 11 CANS
24 tan, I diy snyvtitn le Also Emily: Lavarlo,Susan Lynn: 6esdorf Lynn: Peoples,
lIt the wwtd. Anita M. Ttmberlake Susan Carol Bvtndsen Charlotte
whether roll travel b plans, Edwards Susan Liter, Martha Saunders Susan Mans Wl1 "III "1mIn SPECIAL I .\
.1" tnln, bus, tail, ship or fnnnpriula field, Martha Mansfield Barbara Engle, Theresa Irene 23 ExlntPMd Jane Parker
,. \ Knee Holly Blsbee Buiett Dupret. Patricia Kemper (=JOLDKNPOUND
tbe Whither yes vltlt !ft* New Gay Raleigh Janel Powell Michael D Trlpp, Michael Stamps _t Olt 111
York WetM's! fair ate e
VKItlM, brines trip,sank Bwanberg, David B. BUlwett. Martin O. Ftldt. Norman "'It... this esrNA pvrtha. .l ''W
steed! Thomas, Alfred CotUngton Clayton F. Howe Terry Rucks Marbl t v.
\tow,SNM cube er e A.. rm Plot Joe ;!! e
IlIUonII ooeventba. Mark Gay, John J. Hanlon. Lee Loeblg, Jack Raleigh Ito.bent l\llwu'h Sprtau .'ticJAL M "
At MIR, 0r pity, st home sr Boseman and Dale J. Dyson, Make Kopetakl, Keith fS44 -.arcjMIMlwIrn
awe'. Marsden Erio Svendsen and Robert Stadler, all of Orange
A-ywdire, my plies, sin. Park. CAKE
In Florida. time, for \the torn 111 t \the Also Audrey Flakes Stephanie Bhaugtvenessy Jerry ( I1I L

. pollqi Payton Mike Murrhee. Jerry Mooneyham all of Keystone 11l
riMwIl lm
i.e.e fn l.". Wsry..r Heights.
.... Also Richard Price Miles Griffin. James Doyle Jr.. 2."S Kxtni I.LH. !9-oz. 49c
is naturalOn
after a swim beer a IJ. Michael Whitener, Robert Jeffers, Carol Ruth Drawdy ;\ ID EACHSPECIALt . .
Howard Hill. Mark Cummings and Coy Jcffera, all of a Plaid SlaflyINd

i hot summer day),', dip In I cool itrriim can be wonderfully SlATER SMITH Doctors AIM Inlet Kathy Saunders Fred McOown Kenneth '' sour era '..*.1 ,.r aat. .r JJJat t : All Flavors :Marvel: ) Brand

refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards Saunders. Douglas Kahrt and Tony Saunders, all of A.. PI ... LIb.1-... .... 111
v,ith friends is s hearty glass of beer there's hardly I another 1 ev. INS AGENCY mila-viie Sniu-1 n .i:Ic
around that what do for fun ss nudbttr, Penny Farms JAL t -
sum I Ice Cream
rage you Also Rick Wheeler of Melrose; Edwin Baker of LakeGeneva '" tbn ;.... .101, 1. :
Camping hiking,or just) lounging on lawn chatr-bccr bring to II Nerth OramgeGreta } and Frank DeVrles, of Middleburg. en" a
cidtjutt} the right touch of onus good living. Cave Spdaft lUl.l II 1111 IIl.llilli
'Your familiar glass of beer b alto a pleasurable reminder that PIa.... SIMMSS
... in land that .F beta ....ll.. aI' patl, e live s of f pcntmsl frreJoni-snJ our right to enjoy I 1/2 49c
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to i> "
titer and ale,if w. so desire,Is)just one, but sn bnponsnt one, of '...,t... ,....... willi varlabl.
those frtcdonu. wilt II-.I .. (lit tile wind. down from. ,.n sad .....
personal attics .f tile Clark .t tile CI,. Salt to '..rt... 1.,,,_ Will ,
.... ] taavetaaseasuaaatI Cowrt. II U. Clan Coast, from .... ....... and
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In FloriJ....bfer lOtS with fun, with! rtlmtiontNITlD .eptoe. (' rthtin* Or..n C.v. Rprlnii.florUU. ...4 ......... ..I....,. GRILLWITH
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