The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: August 13, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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SRD Truck In Own Soup

Zoning Commission City Rejects

Readies Long Range Reynolds' OfferThe Four Wrecks, Two On

Plan For Development Green Cove City Commission, by a rote of four to 'I

one, Tuesday night, rejected an offer of Louis Reynolds, scion Killway 17. No Injuries
The County Zoning Commission will present Its recently of the Reynolds; Metals fortune, to purchase the surplus) prop.
completed long range development plan for unincorporated ertles at the former naval station southeast of the City's
areas of the County to the Board of County Commissioner for boundary;
their approval next month. The single dissent In the action came from City Manager,

The plan, which Is based on future population, economic. Ben Zellner Mum's The Word On
land use, resources and geography; was drawn up after a com .. Reynolds, an officer and large stockholder of the Rich
prehenslve study of these factors by Ard Eulenfeld. a professional . mend Va-based aluminum manufacturing company: built up SRD Truck Wrecked In
area plaMer who is a resident of Orange Park during World War n from a small company to a worldwide I
I President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
aluminum fabricator by
The plan will be used u a guide for future County son.
lug regulations. I cause he felt that the Aluminum Company: of America (Alcoa) Black Creek Wash-out
needed competition, hu been negotiating for purchase of the
Authorized by the Zoning Commission and the County: I Driven In the County racked four
property for nearly a year. r up more accident during
Commission, the blueprint will not only serve u a guide to th told The Crescent the week-end Two of them
I Less than two month ago, Reynolds were on Klllwsy 17. No one
County's; residential and Industrial development, according to he planned to put Industry Into the property within a short wu seriously Injured
James E. A lightweight ear skidded *n Klllway IT. ,
Crow Zoning Commission chairman but it mill act I
time. lie said if engineering studies proved It "as feasible, he On State Road 311 beween Mlddleburg and Clay Hill,
u an inducement to new industry; coming into the area mould put into the base a facility to manufacture the subassemblies where a bridge was washed out approximately 90 day ago, a
Crowl was emphatic in saying that while his commission of an exploratory aluminum submarine. If such State Road Department vehicle plunged Into a badly\ marked
has been successful toning areas throughout the County for studies proved this "as not feasible, he said, he would put into gulch It was at the sam point that a colored man lost his life
such basic categories: u Industry; residences, agriculture, recreation the property a pre-fabricated housing manufacturing facility lea than alt weeks ago and two week ago a hug tractor
etc. the muter plan which will be submitted to the On Wednesday the City Commission Issued the following plunged into the fare bank of the creek gravely Injuring the
County; Commissioners is only a guide and is subject to modification formal statement: driver, Slat Road Dept representative In Own Cove referred
where the need arises. "Mr Reynolds had been negotiating with the City; off Inquiries to the SRD office in JacksonvIlle Jacksonville wa

He, together with Frank W, Brown. Jr., vice chairman of and on for a period of eight or ten months for the purchase mum and a ".hour effort to reach official in lake City'net;
the commission,pointed out that authorization and development I of the base It was originally thought that the interested purchaser ted an idmlaslon that an SRD vehicle had been the victim of
of the plan are merely an implementation of the functions of: was Reynolds Metal, or one of the Reynolds corpora the department' own lastly;
the commission which is unique among Florida's counties. Lions, but the offer was made In the individual name of Mr Whit the name of the driver of the vehicle could not be ,
There being n* ream an the narrow, *..."t., IMS-modrl!
"The Clay County Zoning Commission," Crowl said, "li Reynolds; learned, a spokesman for the SflD In Lake City said t contract
the creation of an act of the State Legislature In leST as amend. He offered to purchase the base for '1 0.000 cub or' model read, a track earning along collided, skidded sad would shortly be Irt for rebulldln of the brIJg II* wa not

ed two years later. As such, Its members are appointed by the which 150,000 would have been paid In broken' fees, and assume turned *ver.Meanhll. aware that when the colored man died or when the tractor
Governor and it has far greater freedom of action than Ute the payments of the revenue certificate Issued by the City pluged Into the void there was nothing to indicate led bridge
toning commissions in other counties of the State" I when I It purchased the Base from the United States. These had been washed out but a road sign lie was surprised there

Section 4 of the enabling act of 1957 says the Commission I certificates are in the principal amount of 1775.000.00. were no flare at the scent

shall promulgate "regulations . in accordance with a comprehensive ,t The City Commission pointed out that the chief objection On Klllway IT. the mute Road Df'"artm.nt'ICtrd\ bar.
plan and de&1jf1to lessen congestion on the highways;: to Mr Reynolds' offer were two: (1)I Mr Reynolds wa unwtll ber.pot markers at the northern approach to the narrow
to secure safety from fire, panic or other dangers: to promote I Ins to secure his promise to make the payment; required under .r deadly bridge which I II cruised dally by hundred of hug truck
health and the general welfare; to provide adequate light and the bond issue either by giving the City a purchase money driving at speeds In xcs* of 60 miles an hour, Th consensus
air; to prevent the overcrowding of land and water; to avoid I' mortgage or depositing securities in escrow and; (J> II* wasI wa that the marker would prove nothing and were simply\
undue concentration of population; to preserve and facilitatethe I I not in a position to give the City any; assurances u to when or wI'1r an Ineffectual sop thrown to public opinion which ha been
develpoment and display of the natural beauty\ and attractiveness in what manner the base mould be utilised deeply amused by the chain of accident and fatalities that
of roadsides; to facilitate the adequate provision of''I When negotatlons for the purchase of the Base originally r have occurred In Increasing numbers on the three narrow
began the City informed Mr. Reynolds that It wu of utmost bridge between Oren! Cove and Orange Park.In .
transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks and other requirements. th* Slab Road Department took rare at *nof
I the first of the wttk-end accident on Klllway n,
(Continued on page 4) the Klttway .ndw-mlalsMl-wldth brtdf**. Barker pole.
However, any; acts of the commission are subject to wr greeted at the north end *f led Governor Creek bridge.Aad Paul a MrLauinlln. 17 years old, of Jacksonville, suffered
view by a board of adjustment named by the County re.j then ..."y.a. reUsei, knowing th ...(**( will g* head euU when the automobile h* was driving collided at*
to with truck being" driven by Walter J.-1Iar1.
stoners I I cording polio a
Both Crowl and Brown said they and other members of Cokes Banished from. n. JI, *** if'Jackaorrriii*. " n '
1 ***ordln. .. M tHal Trooper i frrwat JoaonjLsUshtin. ,
the CommUaloa* the Coyoty.pomgreulM.s..fawt and thaiIndvutriaJaalion H
driving hi north I between Orwn Cor and Orange WEon
a Hi ear
of the area is so Imminent It Is necessary to
have a muter plan. Public Schools in Counly Prosy In a heavy ram, skidded and dammed broadside Into
-' Co. truck driving south Th front fMcLaughlinl
the Tamlaml Transport
In addition to Crowl and Brown members of the eominU-
lion are: Louis H. McKee Louis B. Huntley Fred Barthlow, J : Public school cafeteria; will get an additional tlUmaa..laUOO car wa d mollih*' and lh*> truck. slier skiddingmore
C. Sapp Joseph K. Cooper and Roy Watklns this year u a result of the action of the Board of Publl than laG ft, turned over on the shoulder *f the road.
- -- --- Instruction Monday In removing all edible "Items of rcaal*" Mclaughlin who wa treated for had ut* at Clay Memorial
with failure to have his vehicle
from the schools. Hospital, wa charged

Contract For I Sine* the sal of Ice cream was discontinued last year, th under control
Killway 17 I II I bas than mil
effect of th Board1 action will be to end the sal of (bd-Colas I Lt Saturday, on BlaMing Boulevard a
I south of Highway II, ft Jacksonville. couple miraculously ...
from the nine County school which now ban dispensing ma.
Contract U rerarfac Ellhray IT frem th* Black | And .. Plate Road III, as IKD tehJcl lag4 late a taped Injury when thetf car, dragging a trailer loaded with a

Creek bridge U Ut* Dan) Ownly Bn will h* lei this year I I chines.According to O A. Smith president of the Oreen! Con U-foo4 gbh where a bridge was wished Ml *Mr slsMl.lyN l$-tot outboard motorboat, plunged Into Wolf Branch Creek.
Ralph Power, Stab Road Board ewmml-aUner, ha Informed Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Coke rending machine are now located'' Ore *... II wa la* slU *f tIM 4alh .f a send atanaemal Trooper Jonas said Alan Svoboda,10, and his wife, Fay, II.pulM .
the U. .. 17 Improvement AiooriaUoa, Oerft Davis I In the following schools: Clay High. Dunbar High Oran Park I II week ego sad *l th* weak .f a hag tractorw* down the window In their submerged ear and swam
bed Tb Crescent Ul week. High Keystone Height High. Oreen Cove Junior High. T, C ] weeks. ai*. The gob, ..t.***) hfUdlehwrg sad Clay lint wa. t* shore. Th creek at that point I Is about II feet wide. No In.

Davis, a snesnber th AtaoclaUon. said. eoatracU UrekvIU I I Miller, W, C. Cherry Chart E. Bennett, Orange Park Omen* Mi Marked br Hare aad. If a driver ailing this alga *l alghlh jurist >ere reported.
th* three .."fftU bridge between Greece Ore lary; the Doctor Inlet School and th Mlddleburg School: II l wa Piety U Mffer th e.aae>.-.. Th IRO at Oran In s fourth I< and Orang Park wild akaoot cerUlaly h* awarded. with. I The Board authorised Mia Louise Batten, principal\ 1 of Ct, '**..*.vtll* sal lAb City was. Mrprlo-4 I* hoar .f II and rammed Into another driving north on 17 N 41

In Ih* nest II M*.ta*. I I the Charles K. Bennett School: to purchase a Ftddert air con.I j set .f It e, ..... .. In juries were reported In this tM.
Tit vast ,alk .f Ih* UU tmmU far Highway 17 wing cl.lUOn1I'11I1n1 from John' Radio and TUlalon Shop In 0..*"I II ...- - ----I

U Den) Contf. ..,. Davis recently attended m sneHIng. Con at a coat of 1141. CVt.F-- For Growth
.1 tIM -I..... la Pone .. Leon .,rl.... II* said *a.... Mia Batten described the unit, which will. be used In MKA Ready
hen of the Clay Conl Board of CMnntiaalonen and ....... I the school office, as a IIOOO-BTU model Sh admitted abs '
This .U perhaps led lint law .< Th Cr.oeala
ben of lb. Clay Cointy Board II Pakfte Inatrwcttoa were had not 'shopped" around for the brat. price and said sh sad _.--- .
whisk ,... eel lng. > HrsMaoail replays !. Ih
a. *
Invited U attend Ih* sneetlng bat an of them wits submitted the figure\ to the Board simply u a guide to the ,..nI I i .aa ; h tv

'aq- &. attend. era! price rang School authorities an not required to seek bid horkthop.C ,,1 ",
I Ion
any; purchase of teas than 11400 |I ..... Kawat. Th Cr-.>'. twral ....,**, ** .. nall. 1
The T C Mlllr this year will open its own cafeteria forth ... Oft weal r***.4 Ua.4rs. .*.fUr wee n... frw
On Milk Commission first time. Heretofore students have brought their own. j .k* age fo* crwakaa| sad rehired .. hi *rt..l.* .. ", .
lunrhe d. ... !*.. Tw weeks age h* swaltewod hi Beth sad, afUva .
Mrs MarjorIe Long, superintendent of public Instruction hrW. Ur IN a l*.k**.1lto ....*..... tile rrMo4mnii Mskve
said. that under a new StaU ruling cafeteria managermutt.. sat..
In the future, hat a high school diploma and rate*tis ..Ofk.m .
win not ,.... The CreaeewC* See Uf.fight back aho*... .
must have a grad school education. This ruling i, JP.
affect present employ but must be fodirwed. as a ,w., In hlr | wet find 11 ....t..* see, .r C. W, a.a,..**.__. seer Ih j T S 1 JV rj.
meet the vohoawal few .l Ih* cis ...., ol Ih* .or,*r.U.*.
Ins replacement when current: personnel who do rd

lequtrrment UrninaU that employment' with th Ifcb x4iBoard. i W,. nlr ik* M..la** W *. .**-..
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V l CtSCti THVSSDAT. AUGUST 13, flit Iotlihlttr
rAas Two

Rev. B. T. Pcavv
Watkins Graduates .

EDITORIAL To Teach In La\\rev

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Rev. B. T, Peavy,
by DUNCAN GRONER pastor oj
f As Others See Us . the Kingsley Lake Baptte
I It is axiomatic, I believe that Clay County needs any and I Church and formerly prmc:pu
every first rate company that might move a plant into our (From the Bradford County Telegraph) vn I of the Penney Farms Ern:
area far, far more than any first rate company needs us. I With the exception of groceries, at least forty per cent I i School: has accepted a \'kh.
think every citizen ought to understand this and to act on It of all other necessities and luxuries bought by Starkltes are Ing position with the Bradfora
In his everyday, We being purchased out of town. County Board of Education Mr
There are literally hundreds of American communities This sobering fact is Indicated by a sampling of 105 early Peavy will be the teaches. #
today that are vying for new payrolls, new people growth. returns In a Chamber of Commerce survey now being conducted Science: and Math in the Uw.
And it just is not enough that we have beautiful vistas of in Bradford County toy School: System
what may be the loveliest river on earth, that w. have rush Think what forty or fifty per cent more business would The Peavys have just return
ing springs of medicinal water churches aplenty, lakes and a mean to the community if it could all be kept"at home." The ed from a trip through the
public school system that is, at least, better than Duval County economy of the town and county would be revolutionized and Smokey Mts of N. Carolina and
's . or so they say, and I know too little about it to dispute reVItalized. Business establishments would thrive and expand Tenn They stopped over to
them. Instead of "just existing" Merchants and landlords could climb the Oreater KennestvMt

I was talking recently to Q I. Roberts who can be count. afford to modernize their store fronts and Interiors, employ near Atlanta and Marietta,
ed a successful businessman I believe, by almost anyone s more trained salespeople, and offer a greater variety of merchandise Oa Mrs Peavy and the boy
standards at more attractive prices. Von and Benjte are spending
This could' all be done . . . some time with her
"What do you think of the future of Oreen Cove, of the IP IF that forty or fifty family this
areaT" he asked me cents out of every dollar that is now being spent out of town week in Ocllla, Oa, while Rev
could be kept at home. Peavy returned to their home
I told him I thought it was limitless unless we ourselves
Of course, there are plenty of reasons some of them on Kingsley Lake to resume hit
The of
Inaction theory
action or
limit it by our
choose quite justified and church duties In
logical a
why much of this is statementto
that if do nothing money goIng -
Is you you
world over,
some people, the to the big stores In nearby cities. According to the the Crescent, he asked that
be blamed for doing the wrong thing And yet In survey,
can never the two reasons most often special word of
of development Into an Industrialarea given for shopping out of town a appreciationbe
this vital attractive stage to highly our educated people from North Carolina were: a greater variety of merchandise, and lower prices added to this announcementfor
especially lower prices Whether true not the the vacation granted him
or ,
else we must act, survey reveals
anywhere ,
or New York or California the or City of Oreen Cove took a that many, many residents are convinced they can "buy At. the largest graduation exercises In Pamela Garr, R bert Hatcher, Gloria ands by the fine people of the Kingj.
we must take chances just as it cheaper" out of town. Its history, the Watklns School last week Charles Padgett, Laurie Shearer, Gilbert Icy Lake Church
chance when It bought the federal property at Its southeastern The local merchant Is quick to defend himself by saying raft diplomas' te four boys and seven girls Han, Carol Pedbevsck, James Bothwell,

edge. that if all of the money that Is spent out of town were spent They are, L .. r.t Miss Lillian Watkins, Elaine Kersey and Sarah Bardin,. I '
The head of one of the State's most modern offset In town, then the stores here would have he necessary volume beadwaltrese ef the school; Jsnle Asble, fIM .
located In a nearby town, recently told me ,
printing shops, to cut their prices and offer a greater variety of merchandise ,
his Plant had orglnally been scheduled to locate In Green It's the old story of which comes first the chicken or cult us or seek our council In
Cove We. couldn't get land there, at anything" } like a reasonable the egg The answer, it must be admitted, Is not readily I Around And AboutBy the making of laws. What is ,,
price," he said, "so we came here. available good for the masses they say
I know nothing about the specific facts pf the case, but There IS something that can be done howevre, about HUGH SMITH I suffer the terrible C'OnaeQuencellwben :I Is good for the Individual I i
he was certainly on the right track. For.the fact is that landIn some of the other consumer complaints registered in the survey 'I they are wrong and We are dipped like sheep to rid A
this area Is mostly listed for sale at vastly Inflated prices replies Only the children of our this makes us angry us of vermin and we arc .
that have little or no bearing on the services! (sewage, cheap Here are a few answers to the question, "What Is your world bear witness to one another I I The annolnted ones and kingmakers I angry I
electric power, paved streets, ad infinitum) that go with them. number one complaint and are not contaminated !' I
retailers In
concerning In the city where searching desperately In this year of our Lord
John Hall sold to Johns Manvllle you shop most!" with the evils that are U
There are exceptions I through the unwritten pagesof this day and this time, angry
about the price, as I understand It, -Lack of wide loosed upon us by those who In
a piece of property at Just variety . history hopes of InsertIng men Inhabit every comer of
,that the City paid, per acre, for the naval base That rate . -Don't care whethe ryou are waited on or not . would wear glass stars In their a paragraph for posterity the world. Not only are they
,about $500 an acre would be a bargain. And though the -Lack of neat displays . crowns and bear crosses madeof to evaluate these people accuse I angry with themselves, they
'Sheriff has not made me privy to his own business, I would -Slses not availableComplacency I cork It therefore) behoves one another of bigotry are angry with their neighbors
'" suppose he gave Johns Manvllle bargain on the very sound , U, keepers of the keys, to from flag bedecked platformsof bordering states and lands For medical 1 billsTry
principal that what Is good for the area Is good for the Dank -If they don't, have what you\' want, no effort made to light better the passages they oratory and Into the magic across the seas that are seen
of Oreen Cove Springs Obtain wUl walk through before life eye of the Idiot box. They acclaim only through the newspapersor our prescription lor preventIng
There are others among us , and I have no one In -ItUauaht attitude of clerks . writes finis on your manuscriptand themselves flesh and the oblique narrations of big medical expens. G*'
particular In mind who remind me of an uncle of mine Food stores need more check-out lanes . mine. He always operated on the theory that anything that was his -Merchants cry trade at home but trade out of town There Is much anger In our the weak breakers of chains, I time and with proper fuel, anger Insurance, It II help keep your
was worth three or four times as much as If the same thing themselves . time, just and unjust The squashers of poverty and seers turns to hate and hate to bank balance healthy if an ac
had been owned by someone else, -Do not keep merchandise up to date . chips that sit precariously on to untangle webs woven by chaos We ferverently pray to cadent illness requires you or
I can think of two large property owners In the County Clerks usually aren't salesmen , our shoulders do not have to others and we are angry! I whatever Gods may be that no members of your family to be
who are sitting on land because, they say, the value of land -That "don't give a damn" attitude , be struck off with m.UcloUi..I I Our young men unlearned, careless finger will press the hospitalized
In Florida can only go up. I would say this theory was only Prices . prices . higher prices Intent the gentlest tug will untested and unshaven, hold button that will turn Chaos Into
half right . and all leU.centered. There are plenty of waysof Saleswomen stand over you while you look and try to I n I suffice and theirs are no mo aloft strange banners with bitter oblivion. J J. SLATER SMITH
reinvesting money and the day Is not too far distant I ..1I1OU everything In the store whether you need It or not . I, slogans written by the an
hope, when all real property In the County will be taxed at a -Lack of adequate parking , liesEaton I I nolnted ones.They carry sharp INS. AGENCY
rate that will l support more paved roads, better schools sewage Unattractive stores . t I axes that have been ground to OCR GARDEN CLUB
.disposal plants, tie. When that day comes, the market valueof -One of a kind advertised specials without mentioning talk on the front porch, picnics, a fine edge by the king makers EXECUTIVE BOARD zl North Orange
real property will go down not up thla' scarcity , etc has been replaced by the and they say that they have Mrs Mao Carlley, president Oreen Con
I repeat, we need the payrolls of such companies as -Inadequate dressing rooms for ready-to-wear. I Idiot box called television where nothing to lose and a whole of the Oreen Cove Springs ,Springs
Burlington and Johns Manvllle far, far more than they need Limited teen-age else ..'. old men with lengthening aha-1 j i world to gain We have seen Phone SIMMSJ
us Burlington has recently undertaken a multl-mUlUm-doUar\ (...Lack of clerks available.because they are visiting with down look out at us with hollow I the axe wellders In other lands Garden Club, presided at a
expansion of Ita etreteh yarn plant at HUlerest. N. C. Why each other or working on accounts eyes and speak of the GOd In and have witnessed the terrorof meeting of the Executive .epoeMMl'-j;;
did they not expand their Oreen Cove plant This a question -Old merchandise and high prices . men with tired voices and the mob and we are an- Board which .Wit held at the J nuvnuts

every cltUtn should ponder, and then do something about Itt -Imprompt service . threadbear convictions They gryl Qul-Si-Sana Hotel on Monday IMCVUAMCI.........., e--CSHfAJmeThe
mean, specifically that many more elUsens should Interest employees: lack enthusiasm , assure us of what Is right with.|I Our representatives In the August S. There were eight
themselves !in the deliberations of the: County Commission Cluttered storesDiscourteous ? out self belief or the years to halls of wisdom no longer con members of the board present. ,
and of the city commissions of all our municipalities, I woulj salespeople t. -- -

say, by and large, there Is a monumental apathy among the Indifference .
clUunry as to any actions taken by these governmentalbodies Customer made to feel unimportant . .
4 except when they. do something that Is distasteful Customer made to feel unimportant .
to one or more of us and then we become."ry srUculate Prices outrageous for some Items
One of the encouraging' recent developments II the fact Perhaps some of these complaints' are unjustified, and
that petitions are now being circulated! which would ask the others would be debatable Certainly none of them would
County Commission and the city commissions of Oreen Cove apply to all stores, and many of them would be the exception Bank of Green Cove Springs
and Orange Park to send resolutions to Tallahassee and Lake rather than the rule
City seeking some remedy for the murderous Governors Creek But the fact remains tha tsubstantlal number of shoppers .
bridge This Is a' small but healthy beginning seem to think these shortcomings do exist and are con
In the final analysts the answer lies not with the mem vlneed to the extent. that they list hem as excuses, or reasons,
ben of any of these governing bodies but with cltlun leadership for shopping ou of town.
and participation In what they do or do not do. And being That In Itself, should be enough to mkso local mtrthants Housing Loans For Home ImprovementFHA
'without much of a show of pubUo backing, all our local redouble their efforts to disprove the charges real or
governmental bodies tend to become knit.picker., afraid to Imegfned

step out and act with vision and courage' for the simple reason Out of 108 early replies to the survey, only II consumers Title I .. '
they have little or no Idea how the voters will take to what stated that. they did ALL their shopping In Stark. Items
ever they do. most frequently purchased out of town were clothing and '
In all this, the Clay County Chamber of Commerce can shots because of lack of variety, and high prices), and appliances
play a leading role If It Is given the support financial( first, because of price T'ltd? loan' can If granted" to any property ountr mho t* p"rc1ItJ.in1
and moral second) to do It. A small and reasonably congenial The ..urv"I\ still far from complete. It Is hoped event liao / home
or parthaaed after
a qualifying tliroiyti PILl .f.'taltIJrlI, ,
Industrial committee of the Chamber comprising a few of the uatly to obtain several thousand replies Instead of the present
authentle business leaders of the County could serve u a couple of hundred. It Is likely, however that. percentages will
liaison between the people and theee governing bodies, It remain about the 1&1Iu In the trot few hundred submitted
could. If It were properly supported! (financially) actively Mk The final tabulation undoubtedly reveal that TOO MANY
out Industry, advertise our attractions and spur our local government PROPUC ARC: SPENDING ,TOO ,MUCH MONEY OUT OP
*! bodies to concentrate on workable dfY.lopmenfplans. TOWN perhaps they feel they're justified In spending their

monoy where they choose, and It would be hard to deny their
Clay: County needs good Industry far, far more than In* right to do so. But In the long run who suffers by losing so MtkEYOURHOMr'
dustry needs anything In Clay County. And we have got to much revenue that should rightfully be spent here not
the achievement of which will cast' money It that
have plans only the merchant' but very person who Is dependent on
Is a nasty word let each of us renumber that we have com' the local economy for his livelihood
petition on every aide and just because we are In Florida just In recent months much concern has ,been expressed
because we border the beautiful St. Johns River, just because cm the threatened obsolescence of our central business district IMPROVEMENTS
we're good fellows Is not enough Early results of the Chamber of Commerce survey do

nothing assuage these f oars, and the final result. may M even ,,-
more disquieting Stark Is faced with taking drastic measures' / \ \ "
Lift ) 011' -
such u are now being developed In Oalnesvtlle, Orals and
many other cMe! and towns across the nation, to keep the
Clay County Property oU& established. downtown shopping district. from becoming

in/A/ obsolete
The time to develop a plan to combat this trend Is HOW
Frank )II7 Brown The time for action will be just as seen aa a workable plan
has been developed. Such a projtt. which Is btrvally a snaltr BANKpREEN? COVE SPRINGS
And Associates ot "life er death for the bustaww district Is a challenge
ot the Chamber of Comm"". the Junior Chamber ot Oora-
aUgbter. Hal l Estate Melee matte' the Clvte Round Table, asjd every other organisation\ ,
till 11... 1I1I1a""Jf stage Far that justifies Its etUUnc !.. Ural. of dvte enterprise I

I'MMt'N i"i"i i I .1 I .1 I .1 I 1.1 I' m*444 4444 I I t t tMt I The County's Oldest and Largest ,Bank

is eooe roc CUT is see roe TK contest"

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Clay' Count) Servicemen BIrths Vacation Bible School Green Cove Socials I

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dobeon I I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dlms- and their children Gary and Jr., and their children Art.

1 rw dale announce the birth of a Tracer, are spending this week Phillip and Susan, of Jupiter,
son Morris Joe Jr.on July 10,, visiting- friends In Atlanta have been the guest of Mrs.

at Riverside Hospital Jackson- Last week Mr Dobaon took the Williams' mother, Mra. Herman -
rare The maternal grandparents I
children to Ocala National E. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude
are Forest' on a camping, trip.
Frady and the paternal grandparents I
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Reed
I are Mr. and Mra. O. D. I Mrs Harriet Lyman was In and their eon Hal, of Tallahassee .
Dinudale both of Rutherford,
Gainesville on Saturday to attend I have been the recent
N C 1 11 the wedding of her grand guests of his mother Mra. Her-

daughter Miss Clara Mae man E.
Mr and Mrs. William K. I Voon. to Ronald Edward Mar- I Reed

Mayo announce the birth of a cotte Mrs. Paul Voon, motherof Mr. Alf Harrison of London,
daughter, Sandra Lynn weighing the bride, and her England was a guest of Mrs
I I 7 pounds. 9H ounces, at tars, Martha and dau.h-I I Mae Hendrlcks last week. Mr.

Clay Memorial Hospital. I re Y 1 1 BrowiwviUe. Texas returned, Harrison was returning to London -

Maj Louis L. Huntley was Airman Billy J.Rakes, son of I The maternal grandparents I ( home with Mrs. Lyman for a after completing a trip
I are Mr. and Mra. Park Oetger y I around the world. After stop
brief vUltMrs. I
among a group of officers who Mr and Mrs. ames A. Crews of /,
I I of Green Cove Spring, and the In Florida to visit Mrs.
greeted Maj. Gen. Henry W Green Cove has been selectedfor I I
McMillan, Adjutant General of. technical training as an air paternal grandparents are Mr. Robert Kelly, her children Hendrlcks he continued his
Florida,on his arrival at Toby- I policeman at Lackland AFB I and Mra. W. W. Mayo of Anne and John and Bar I trip to the New York Worlds
Orange Park. ban Brown of Montgomery, Pair before returning home.
anna Army Depot In Pennsylvania Tex '
last week. Maj. Huntley,, Airman Rakes who enlistedin I Ala, are. the guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Hendrlcks met
who Is chairman of the Boardof the Air Force a short time I Mr and Mra Robert Lee announce .i mother Mr and Mrs. Walter L. Mr. Harrison In France tn 1048
County Commissioners and ago, has Just completed his the birth of a eon Robert + C/ Stripling, Mrs Anne Stripling and their friendship has been
Democratic candidate for the basic military training He la a Anthony weighing 7 pounds I s and their children Candy and a long and lasting one. The)

State Legislature, returned U leSt graduate of Clay High 13% ounces at Clay' Memorial I Sheri, of Orlando were also last time Mrs Hendrlcks had
his Orange Park home on Saturday School. Hospital on July 21. Paternal A few at the children with some .( 8
sfttr. completing his annual -I ---- I II grandparents are Mr. and Mr*. the worker wbe leak part In the Bible (Chart. I 1(41 when the Hendrlcks
R. 8. Lee, of Green Cove and Mr and Mrs Donald Ram were boarding a plane in Lon
tour of duty with the Robert B. Dunlap, son of Mr. -
I of Redford I I 200 children Tommy Padgett Wanda Lucas, er Teresa Darker, StevenHoopea I don their return home after
Florida National Ouard at the and Mr. Jack W. Dunlap of Mr. Elsie Johnson Approximately set left last week for a vacation on
Indiana U the maternal grandmother were enrolled In the First Bap- I Kimberly Howe Terrt Wood, betty Jean Smith. trip in Southern Florida. being abroad for two and one
Pennsylvania signal depotJoseph Orange Park recently graduated
leaden I tint! Church Bible School which Pay hey Cliff Bridge Teresa Junior Dept. Debbie Ails I INn. half yean..
C. Thompson com- from senior platoon I Monday, August > '' Tyler Helen Hoopes, Leon Ed Nancy Afln. Band A tn, Un* I
wu I'I' Ann QrlffU. of Orlando
USN Marine
mUsaryman third class, class at the
I Usa Kin- da Barber, Dudley Darton. Dob 1
3 through Wednesday. ,field. Lint Powell spent last week aa the guest Mr. and Mra. J. P, Revels and
husband of the former Wanda Quantlco. Va. Upon '
ORANGE AVE BAPTIST August II. Graduation exer ear Cindy Heater, Nannelle by Bryant John Chapman. Barr of her sister Mrs. Jack Doton.Mrs. their daughters.Donna and Diane -
Miracle of Green Cove U graduation from college, he
PRESENT PLAT TOMORROWA claes were held Ut nliht ,, Walton Lee Klnear, Mervln Damren. Karen Donnell, left last Friday for a vacation
scheduled to return to Newport,, will be commissioned a second
I the Bhsdowens names Dale, Elmer Bentley, Debbie Carolyn fowling, Gary Eden In Jamaica.Mr .
youth drama group of Principal Joe \ . Jamie Carulhera had
R. I., aboard the fleet olleiU83 lieutenant In the Marine Corps
Church students who attended Cobb, Diana Cobb Cindy DU Held. Norlene Elliott Rebecca<< -
'' Allagash completing I Reserve. I range* Avenue Baptist the following as her guests laat week her I
Sixth I alll present the drama "Where : I on; Everett, Carolyn Ford, Otis daughter, Mrs. June Skipper and Mra Thomas Smith
tour fo duty with the ---- I I
I Don
Fleet In the Mediterranean. David L. Brewer, Jr., alrman'l I Love Is" tomorrow night at I I Nursery Joey Oerhardt, Primary Dept-Bill Lemen aid Oaaser. Melody Keith Qllsaon Hall Drb-I and her grandchildren. Mary I and' their son 11'01hnt returned
Allagwh provide fuel and USN son of Mr. and D'I 1:30 o'clock In the church educational Beth Burleion Jimmy Irish Harold Ivey Margaret Geiger : Owynne. Jo and Beverly, of Egg Harbor from a vacation In Ok

aviation gasoline to ships while I... Brewer of Orane Park, Is a I building The play U Lori McKinley Dennis Stone, Twig Yolton, Tommy Ivey, I. ble Denise Hamel Harris Lelhe, Francis lUwford.Harris, City New. Jersey, I la horns.
under way enabling them to crewmember of the seaplane in adaptation by Iden Payneif ,I Johnny Black Prissy Norwood, Dawns, Colleen Sheets Brown 'I ,
remain at sea longer without tender U8S Salisbury Sound I II Tolstoy's Where Lave Is.rhcre Jesse Herron Kay Chapman. Carlyle llansford. Jimmy Bherrle Herron. Ray Herron, Miss Lee Lovrtch. formerlyof JUNIOR fQUEUE
the support of land bases. I operating In Alaskan Waters I I God Is Alt. Lynn Walton Amy Layfleld.Ann Joe Olachea Sharon lIall'l Mary Hoopes, Debra Hyatt, Green Cove, spent last weekas TELEVISION CLASSROOMA
Allagash's crewmembera had Salisbury Sound provides supply :: Under the direction of Mar- Lucas Wayne Ivey JoeShadowens Benjamin W .1111, '. I Arthur Trey ,Louie may', KannKenney I the guest Of Mra. A. D t.arhlnlfam\ of ten JunIor
Knowles Bu
Carlene ,
features Holly WelUm; I I Meeks, Dale Edenfleld LouiseTyler Reid. She was enroute to Ml \; college Instructors representing
an opportunity to visit ports in and other support to long tha: Ethridge the play ,, I I Susan Denis 1
Layneld. I-emen.
I Sieve san I five Florida publle In*
Tommy LMlle ami to her teaching
Italy Spain and France. range reconnaissance seaplanes Ronnie Todd In the leading Beginners Dept resume
---- I role as Martin AvdyeUh. the Patterson, Casey OTtcal Robin '' Bryant Charles Stable, LU 1 I Loner, Shelley McKinley, post there.. ,, stllutlons will staff Junior Col
elec.triclan's I old Russian shoemaker Ap- Layfleld. Slavic Bryant Jerri Hall, Ernie Claiton. Evon Pad Denise Moody, Doris Moody, Umia prune returned home Iris Television Classroom for
David aviation I
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE mate George third class URN, Bearing with Ronnie are Jay Lynn Turner Rusty Dowllng i lett Oulda Dowllnr, Wally! I I Mary Lynn Moore Tim Mur I last Friday from Clay Memor ; the fall term.
SOCIETY : I I phy, Connie Olarhea. Ro*m ryPadiette television' teaching
The unique
Suite Hancock, Mary
Brown. he had
Oeraslm Pam'ulllam Belltha Zoe Barber laY Hospital where
Jr. ;
Car E. Hensten St son of Mrs Pearl George of 1 Doolsby, u Jack Charles Patter\
I will
Sally ;
wife Dale Mike Wayne Brock Michael Uyfteld. been patient.
crewmember as the soldier's ; Danny a I I
N. Mat not U Are Mlddleburg, U a I I I Susan Rivers Sharon: lecture
Bartholomew Miller Dawn Shadowena, tie ion I talents to a courts on
Julie Ann
SUpanultch; Hicks,
Parley a*
of Patrol Squadron 16 basedat Lacy I
Rowlls! Randy ftlneroff, Jan.
WorW Civilisation beginning
3all Baker u the old Apple Jan Albertl. Joel Bartholomew, Hall. Jimmy Olache. Tina Charles Waters, Brian Wright
Jacksonville I
FLORIDA NA8. I Oene Ire Snellirove Brenda Snell I August 34 on WEBILTV Channel -
Woman; and Mark McCullough Jerry Allen Rum Deborah Orima. Melanie Ivey, Wanda Willis |
Subject nya. I Siam Joel Herron Becky Her Chapman. Joy Loner, Jeffrey: grove Jim Bprarue,, Debar,i Workers in the school were; 1.
Technical Sgt. Jack L. as Stewart Janice Taylor\ Kin.'neth Howard Day Charles Ralney,
SOUL Sandra Stone\ Robin Red McGee E3Uabeth levy, Chris Mra. Eileen Tyre Mra. Patricia
Services held Sunday Hodges, whose wife, Rose, Is a In the production staff Jean ron athY Burl-son. Patty Sprague L 0 n nil llaniford, '' Taylor, Brenda TWeySMrley Herron, Mra Cecil McGee, Miss ; Glenn Hall and Hunt Slontker
daughter of Mr and Mr. Daniels is in charge of make Loner Wanda Moore Ricky Bnell Tyler, Dense. Turner, Sandra' Moose Mra. Jack 1 I represent ... Johns! Diver
Chapman 'will
at II a. mAigvat Charles Butcher of Oreen up; Mike Bemogyt and Douglas Waters Kathy Woody Sue Triton grove Rocky Bridges, Ernest 'Sharon Walnwrlfht, IJIobonhWlIII.mon. Burleson. Mm eyre Ivey, Mrs. 'I' ('ollfo,.. John Call-be,
1114 Beak
It, I Donna
Cove has arrived In Italy for Davis as stage and sound ef. Pam Claiton Carey Sandra Lud.r. Yolanda MI III. Wllllmon, Carol Walton Mra. Charlotte head ef social ecleneea al Lais
A cordial Invitation ls extended Menge
duty with a unit of the US Air sets crew and Olenda Baker Penny Steve Burleaon Luder. Raymond Altenbert I Ronnie Willie Vernon Willis bullock MlM Marsha Murphy, SumUr Junior College al Lees
to attend services Terri Bowell.
our- --- Force at Avlano Air Base. uslstant! to the director. Ralph Wright Chip Yelton. Mrs. Lena M.a Chapman. Mrs). ,, burg "IOIlet.. asTM ...--
I 1 Bobby Read Mike Low, Alan Ralph James, -M.. CarolineWafers I I TT effettag wta &wM..
Parker, Joel Parker Jama Mrs. Clara Stone Mr*. three mailer'' hour ef tolfegV:
Wood. Charlotte Robinson,' Gloria Shadowens Mrs Jo* credit and wren the hiftary el;

Debbie 'nnlr: Oerhardt, Mra. Effort Hyatt. western clvlllsatloa sine 11*,
Young Teens .. flail SInus Mr rtford 1IltNI'I.. MkklcUam I I Credit' and 4son-er.Mt.vewera :

NOBODY UNDERSELLS CLAYTON REVELS Billy Chapman. Mike Elliott. Miss Basel' N.U Oelger, ,, may writ the Junior eol

I Wanda force, Carol l McGee ; M.... Uufofd<< Boyd Mra Rule loge t serving their particular
I II David Nob'-, Chris Parker Ofler, Mra gJulla Owen. Mra. area for reglatratlon Informa-
Conrad Parker, JM Parker Lillian Blnna Mr Cecil McGee. lout and a study guide.
Patsy Paterson David Plgue.Rhorvla Mr, Joe Olachea Mra. Ethel Persona residing In the SiR
LARGE SELECTION OF NEW CARS IN PRICE RANGE FROM $1188 TO $6,000, Revels, Paul Sapp. Wane lutd. Mr Dickie& $epp, Mr JMShadoweni I I JO servWe' area ere to writs TV
$JRJC. Palaika..
Turner Un<*a Tyr, Mrs Norms Jones I RegUtrar s
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I'! M H C & Penney Farms Local Demolays Get Charter Importance to the closing of any transaction that he give the

City proper assurances that he Intended to develop the base

Reporter MRS HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 529-UJl soon after any sale was closed.
The Rev A. O. Hempstead, Writing said they were expecting lens, and her family. Since the The Commission announced that it was the feellna of

treasurer of the Penney Mem their daughter from California I husband is so Involved in the the majority of the members that the nature of the entire
I. to come and take themto musical world, being the University -
orial Church Justify
writes from On- transaction was too speculative conveyanceof
California for a visit. Dean of Music, we have ,
awa, Mo., that the church "Is I already seen two splendid musicals the title for such a small monetary profit. It was also pointedout (

the recipient of a bequest of Mrs Anne Sutton of MHC "The Bound of Music"" that the present rentals from the two hangers on the base

$3,600 in the will of the late writes from New York that and "My Fair Lady" Now we I are accounting for sufficient Income to make over two-thlr< of

Mrs. Alice W. Curtis Mrs. Curtis "While I was In North Caro- are expecting our other daughter the annual revenue certificate payments. The leased property
lina with my friends, the Tot- Lorraine, and her familyto Included in the conveyance to Mr
will be long remembered for would have had to be Rep
tens, I went twice to the mountains arrive this weekend (July III I
the services she rendered the proposal been accepted.
In the western part of the 25)), from Texas, and she will nolds had the,
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church as choir director and state once to Boone to the complete the four children --- --

leader of the women's and the State Lily Show and then to a whom we set out to visit this AEROSPACE GRADUATE I I REVOLVER BRANDISHING

men's chorus. She institutedand meeting held at Highlands, the summer. Since we have been AMONG FIVE COUNTY COSTS MAN $100 FINE
highest point in North Caro here, we received word from I
conductedthe CF
for AT
many years YOUTHS CAPPED John Albert Thompson, "ho
I our IOn Wesley, In Bogota
Sunday Night hymn sings lina."Two the
weeks ago X came hereto Columbia, that he hu been Five county youths were operates Juke-box-pinball
1 in the Quadrangle. She rave New York City and have transferred at his request, to among 81S students who received I'I machine Joint at the north side

the grand piano for the lecture had my first glimpse of the the U. B, and will be located at derees at the Universityof of Governors Creek on Km.
room of the church. This be World's Fair It certainly an New Orleans u from Aug, 1.
Among way 17, was fined $100 last I II
quest is a fitting memorial to eye-filling experience. It Is So this family will make five of Florida last I j I I
one who gave so much of her held in Flushing Meadows, our children's families locatedin them was a graduate in Aerospace week by County Judge Thomas
self to Memorial Home Community Long Island, so we crossed the this country Boon we will q u+t7. ,4 Engineering, believed to J, Riven, Jr., on charges of

during her life-time." East River to get to it by I be turning our steps homeward be the County's first. I I unlawful possession of firearms I

Mr. Hempstead states in his hydrofoil which Is a boat with and likely will be arriving Three of the five are Green and of discharging firearms
letter that a check for the wings so to speak. It not only I early in August. We have State Terarartr U Larson presented well Steven Loner James Betbwell, George each in public.
bequest was received the day floats on the water driven bya I travelled over 4,000 miles and the 8k Johns Chapter Order of DeMolsys Swanson, Mike Harper, and Ronald Green. Cove residents, with one I According to Deputy Sheriff!
be wrote his letter, and not until propeller, but the wings lift are thankful the Lord has given I with their charter at in open meeting on Third row, (l-rl) Joey Manh, Bobby Wil- from Orange Park and Key L. A. Binns, who investigated I
recently did he know the It above the water and for most us journeying mercies and August I. Pictured shore at the presentation Samson, Steve Arto, Mike Bridget, Kelly stone Heights the episode in front of III
amount to be received. of the way It files. Then we good health all along the way arei First row, (l-rt) W, W. Master, Jr.. Chapman, James Williams, Eddie Robinson Green Cove graduates are: I open-air grocery store In Green I I

rode the monorail which gave District Director Gr DtMoIays, of Jacksonville Lenard Showalter and Rick Wyman. Fourth Patrick James Damron and Ed- Cove on Aug. 2, Thompson wu
Mrs. May C Orr and Miss us a bird's-eye view of the Fair I Miss Ann Ooodhall left last Earnest Chapman muter councilor, row (l-ri) Cabin Wilcox, Thad Crosier: win L. Bradley! Jr., both of asked by the manager of the
Carrie A. Tarbell are traveling and on descending chose a few week, by air, for Woodstock and lion Ed Larson Second row, l-rt( ) George Wyman, and Henry" KoUom. store to "stand by" when he
in New England After a two- of the pavllllons which we Valley, Conn., where she will Bill Johnson James Fletcher Gerald Both- whom received bachelor of Science I believed a small boy in the
day drive to New York City, thought we would enjoy visit be visiting her family and | degrees; and Carroll Anne store had stolen two flashlight

with Mrs. Coons and her niece, ing. We will have to go several I friends. LIONS CLUB TO SELL FOUR TOWNS TO LEOAL NOTICEKOTKIC ____ I I Swanson, who was awarded batteries.
they spent a week with Mrs.Orr's times to sea all we want to
MOPS GET ftW OF of bachelor of Bel-
BROOMS AND I I or RE.ZOYIxaHRARISO the degree Police say that according to
sister and family in East see. Mrs. Clifford Reeves writes CIGARETTE TAXES I I
The Oreen Cove Springs nece in Nursing Thompson
Notice Ii hereby given that OftSepltmber eyewitnesses went
Hartford The next four weeks "When I leave New York I from the Lake Junaluska Methodist 1, 1111 bfflnnlnit at
I Club will call on residents of to his took out a 38call.
included visits with many : City, I go to Ontario and Can assembly grounds, in More than $9.300 will be distributed S o'clork In the City Hall In Donald Victor Abbott, of car
t Oreen Cove on Saturday, Aug Own Con Bprlnm, Florida, a bre revolver and came back
to the four Orane Park, was awarded what
friend in the J tJ ton and dor, N. Y., two towns where North Carolina, where she County's public h arln. will be held by 1
w 18, in the Interest of the Blind I / for the 1s believed to be the first degree brandishing it. Thompson U
North Shore areas of Massachusetts Mr. Sutton had pastorates before spends her summers every qualified municipalities from the CU Comml.llon pure
They are selling brooms and oo.. of conildorlnr an amend. I said to have fired two shots In
of bachelor of Aero-Bpace
the Gordon June cigarette tax collections,
and to
on retiring Penney Farms year, that the programs are mrnt la the Zoning Ordinance
!I College Campus where they excellent She reports some mops made by the blind who according to Richard B. Keat under H1A '*on.. U..e Permit.I Engineering ever given to a the air at the fleeing figj-e' of 1
for have only this way of earning ing, director of the State Beverage tad: Doctor. offlcti an 4 had served many years The Rev and Mrs Bull R. days cool enough for heat but Clinic. I
their living. The brooms and All partld havln Inter. I additional shots somewhat
my C O. Jordan, of Keystone
attended the Dept
Miss Tarbell Truscott write from Decatur, says "All In all It has been .it In the above aucttatod '
I 63rd anniversary reunion of III, as follows: "After our trip. wonderful. mops are of high quality. Of this amount, Oreen Cove amendment to the toning ordl received a degree of closer to the mark
s her high school class In Keene, I up the East coast Visiting our ot/li/l--..- will get approximately 47 percent anrt thli mrrtlnc arc urged and to to be make prcirnt known at master of Education. Thompson's teen-age center (

j N. H.:Sixty-five per cent of the two children's families, the The Sunday school at the te. or 'U3UII. Orange Park thlr objtctloni. thircto, If any They will be honored at commencement was formerly the Magnolia r
there b 1
class: are still living and many World's Fair, etc., we turned Penney Memorial Church will receive $3.033.57; Keystone, Bp.n Zellner I exercises next Springs Marina. The property I

were present west and dropped In at Lakeside I starts at B.4S: o'clock. Ladles of CLAYTHEATRE 11,02333 and Penney Farms _Publlih Auiu.t City llth Cli-rk and 10th._ April _is owned_by George_Davis r r
I Ohio, for a visit with the the Myra Morton Bible Class 111354. ---
t Mr and Mrs. Guy Lyman Rev and Mrs: Clarence Miller, I'I are teaching the combined I
have received a letter from and Mrs Ilea Drown and her adult class for the month of :
Green COT Sprints IN COVE
the Rev and Mrs 8 E. Irvine, son, Kent. These two fsmllles August IF YOU ARE PAYINGa
formerly of MHC and now living are Ideally located In the Meth- W.d., Thar. A FriTAug. ; Charles R. Holley, Republics

at 10318 Oakmont Dr., Bun odist camp! round area with Its Mrs. Chas. 8. Wright returned It, IS A 14 candidate for Governor, I! .
City, Art* Mr and Mrs. Irvineare continual stimulating Christian last week, after two will speak at Spring Park in $ i
well and at the time of program on the shores of Lake I months with her daughter In YIICUT THE COMEDY Oreen Cove next Friday evening $50, 75 OR MORE

Erie We found them all well, Westport, Conn. She also attended Au,. 21, according to .
and the Millers and ourselves her granddaughter's KKi J !Of TERRORS Harold Hill, Republican candl- :,

Murrhee played 1 holes, of golf one graduation from Smith Col. date for the State Lelalature'l'
morning. Then we hied off to leie, Northampton Mass., and H1U. who ls opposing Loula.L. PER MONTH FOR RENT
Insurance Agency Chicago, only to be met with then her wedding In the Ar- Saturday Huntley for the position occupied (
; the id news that Mrs. Tru-i I herst College Chapel the following August II for more than a drt'ad'i
t acotts brother-in-law whomwe day, with reception In by Representative 8. D. Ssun- ]I
especially wanted to I the Lord Jeffery Hotel there ThaGirland ':: ders, has invited Huntley to be I, 12 YEARS

had had his funeral the 'lalt'j, Mrs. Wright alio attended the Can't H.ipIt ..Dol_ present at the Republican rallyon I .111
morning; of the day we I World's Fair made short calls 1M H" '" JAY Iti MANSIIII- the grounds that "those I .. CAMOWMiIFUL I
rived The family had not been on friends In Cortland, Ithaca, who are nor not present maybe 1-
been able to reach us Franklin, and 8 Kaneate Lake, the main subject of the conversation = YOU :

ists by phone nettlon'j iN.Y MARSHALL THOMPSON ." A I

,i 80! RICIIARTt MVRRItr..' were happy to be so as I I A YANK IN YOU fl AWN
AgentPhone to bring Christian comfort to :y Miss Sarah Foy Is spendinga YIETNAMSin Of
the bereaved family. Then on few days visiting her niece ,. AUCTIONCARET'S HOME ,;
.73..,.. we went to Decatur, III, to visIt Mrs. Berkley Robins, In Jack 2 Bedroom AZTEC
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our youngest daughter, Ar sonville. 1
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I I'j \ Aeiwl I' IT- II : Most people who ore paying rent f' : J
FLORIDA TRADERS do not realise thai J50.00 a month _
00"15' DAY amounts to $7,200 In |lust 12 year,
NEW G-E FILTER-FLO'WASHER oEOvE, Sunday August U I $75.00 a month 'for 12 years total Ib, '; ''h

: 1Wrd. YGI. $10.800. And $100.00 a month .I ; J
'j I pjft. 1 -.. equals $1,200 a year and In 12 -:=" "
years amount to $1",<4001 I'b'- -

---I If yaw are paying $30.00 or more -
Junction per month rent and own a lot or 3 Bedroom COMANCHE

'' ham,iii. (roe and clear, you can
I Ir 11.21.$11 8UU Read It A 14rrnxiu pay 'for a beautiful' Jim Walter homein II

12 year with the" tame amount of
II /a.U'tI.I."Cr'i-: money. Whoi'i more you r>.ed pay


_.. I How ii this po'l bl.? The Jim Walter
_ay'I More than 100,000 homes
So been built by Jim Walter and '
r th".y tottify'' to the value YOU con
I for rent mon. 3 Bedroom HOLLYWOOD
oat your y--tave even
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1'" doing of' the Invd
mare by some
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w _ t I coupon or call for 32 page
Home color catalog thawing; 21 Jim Walter
hornet, floor plan and detail lj Whattv (Woos you may
FEATURE PACKED! BUDGET I 'x.hov.. of the colt of a tml-
PRICED! CIIAHLKS: HKLM: ef' construction. You have choke of ,,,:"
1, 2. 3, or 4 bedroom homo. The able home for yowrtelf
S Funeral Director low price and eaiy monthly poy e-- and family we Invite your
wont will turprite; you. to _rite fa ovr latest catalog .

TWO WASH AND SPIN SPEEDS TWO WASH CYCLES! l Tj. .I'lion 2S4WIM5rRtt.N ( } ; 21 HOMIS TO CHOOSE MOM t .\0'; 21 model which home Hluttraie shows floor our

COM: RPRING& RORID.1IIWT I Now we hove 21 ttandard model plans, end give detail el construe
BIG 12 II I .homes ta select from, each indimdvotty
TEMPERATURES 1E.ttT F. O.BOX 411 conttrvcted. end available In lion. Ther. l Is no charge Of obTga+ion
/ this boohl*. You It find wthow
ewe to yourself end (family to
POWERFUL SPRAY RINSE BIG SPIRAL ACTIVATOR cry yew ewes degree s lot ef or fintthing hometite dtir you.d.COM N much home you con get for .if. money yaw ore now

renge te atoll bwiUfetg el once paying for ,..... We ho.e kwh ever 100,000 home

3J t DOWN. TOM loins. w.9 ...> 100% men*. Just mail .... coupon e* cal et any en. ef ikeJM

t USED CARS faenced. Walter( branch**. Yen soil b. howe every COVI1tty.
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129.9s .... I
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, Dr. and Mrs Eldon C. Swan. Stump Problems
eon and family attended the
h raduatlon of their daughter : From Jack Horan-
of Carroll Anne Swanson, on August
Do you have a backyard tree
:1ttonet 8, In Gainesville Carroll '
problem that tumps yow
received a B.S. Degree with
every effort to remove It'
honors from the University of
ubIse Florida College of Nursing U M, don't get discouraged
Anyone who has tried to pull
Swanson is a 1961 graduate -
, of of Clay County High a tree stump from the grouno
realizes that Mother Nature
peeeye School and was the first ClayCounty
designed it to withstand
girl to win
a Florida
State Scholarship for Nursing rifle forces .. including man

While at the University. Miss However stumps can be removed
Swanson has been extremely from your yard without
Q active both academically and '' having to pack a ton af dynamite -

4 in extracurricular activities A under base and blow It

Mortar-Board nominee, she out.
fbo has been active In dormitory I According to A. 8. Jensen f

bait affairs, being president of Jen- assistant forecaster with the
side nines Hall this past year A'' Florida Agricultural Extension
:!Jj. member of the Orator Band for Service, there are commerical
lastray three years, she participated ;: chemicals available that do an
in the National Bandswoman : excellent job of eradicating a '
Honorary Sorority Tau Beta stump by fire These chemicals
or i "j Sigma and In the National saturate all the wood area and _
auau Woman Music Honorary Fraternity cause the entire stump to burn

JA"d +- p !etx Sigma Alpha Iota She I when Ignited
Is a present nominee for membership ,, There Is a common misconception .
riff In the National Nursing among home o'Tlersthat Ti "
ted x Honorary Sorority PlayIng there are chemical on the '111
In the marimba with the Uni I market which speed up the

eonxu versity's Singing Sweethearts stump's rotting, Jansen says,
Miss Swanson went on tour to He points out that there U no

the _ _ &P' Panama and Costa Rica, She ,I product which effectively rota J r h.ee
he presently haa been awarded the out or destroys a stump by '' t#"

t1'.eiht ,1 Pediatric Nursing Internship at chemical action alone
the University Hospital In If you're willing to take tune
Gainesville beginning September for preparation and wait awhile
1. During the remaining until an Inflamable chemical ,1 ,
'to : I h .i w ,
r ,
ent j. : .: w few weeks of summer Miss ,I I8"'aMOn oaks the stump follow these 11 d r< ,
oil. plans to accompany
actII her father Dr. Swanson on a 'I First, buy a chemical such al
Sandra Reese Weds trip to Virginia and then to potassium nitrate, sodium dl-

Inor visit friends In Nasaua and chromate or lead acetate to ,
> ;
Petersburg, St.1 make the stump burn.
orehat Billy Rowell Hammock -- Then cut off the stump flush' i
with the ground Drill vertical
Miss Sandra Lee Reese of the bride had u her maid ofI I HEADS UTILELEAGI'E holes one Inch In diameter and Y n
t.er Oreen Cove Springs and for. 1 honor her sister Miss Mlckle AGAIN all Inches deep Into the wood
..lIartJ merly of Jacksonville and BU. Reese. I Space the holes about six .
ly Rowell Hammock were united Roswell Hammock was bestp I Inches apart I
In marriage on Friday eve. man for his brother and ushers Mix the chemical with water '
nine July 31, at eight o'clock: were Elite Sanders Emory u directed and pour the solution .
- In Trinity Methodist Church. Holsenbeck Tommy Brown Into theseholee. After stopIng .
Rev Frank B Thompson Jr. and Ronnie Pounds ly up the holes with wooden

officiated The bride chose a white plugs, allow the solution to ,

The bride U the daughter of street-length dress of lace over penetrate the stump for a row s

Mrs Leonard Wilson Reese taffeta featuring a fitted bodIce pie of weeks or more dependingon .w ... .rwuA. IrFA
how far the wood has decayed ; C.
and the late Mr Reese The scoop neckline, three-
bridegroom Is the son of Louie quarter-length sleeves, and a '
C. Hammock and the late Mrs full gathered skirt Her elbow. The final step Is to pour Miss Connie Joyce Base be of Mrs Anna Parrotl of Green secured her elbow length veil" taffeta and orient roses held
Hammock length lace.trimmed veil of Illusion kerosene on the stump and cl1ehe bride of Hugh Rodney Cove Springs, Parent of the of illusion and she carried a their aisle They earned eas.
light It The kerosene will If I bridegroom Mr. and Mrs book with featheredearnatlqns cads bouquete of .
Olven in marriage by her was attached to a pearl are prayer pink earn
grandfather, C. E. McAllister, crown and she carried a colonial ?. nite the chemical the wood I Iflfglnbotham, Jr, on Saturday Hugh Rodney Illgglnbotham and a white orchid" I Uons
bouquet of roses and carnations and the stump will burn away, August I, In Bt Luke'i: 8r Mr Oary Chandler was ma Fred D. Cburson served aa
roots aivlall.Jensen Olsen In marriage by her I Iron of honor Drldeamald but man and the ushers were
COUNTY REPUBLICAN The maid of honor wore a warns not to bum Episcopal Church Jacksonville, father the bride wore a gown were Mrs Joe Ennls Mrs Ken Donald ... Jaw, Whey Eugene
COMMITTEE TO MEET yellow peau de sole street- stumps near your house or with the Rev Charlie P. Me- of peu de sole and reembroldrmt ny Brownfltld and Mrs Janus Jones and Walter. a WlntaU.
The Clay County Republican length sheath featuring a scoop shrubs When next to a house Null officiating late with a Dior bod Calculi They wore shocking A reception followed In UM
Executive Committee will holda neckline short sleeves, and j w remove the stump by dining Ire, aquar neckline, mills lily.j pink street-length! sheath church social hail roUowtnc
meeting on Sunday evening, matching overskirt She car. ,II! It out by hand or cut U off The bride U the daughter sleeves, and bll-hapd Iklr.wlLh dresses. of silk organs over a wedding trip to Ft Lauder
August 16 at 7:30: o'clock at tied a colonial bouquet of yellow 'I I flush to thecround Cover Itup of Mr and Mrs Jarae Cbert a .t.tath.bl. train. A I taffeta with arooprxj necktlnee dale, the couple! will reside M
the home of Adm. and Mrs and white roses and carna- j I! by planting a flower bed Data and the granddaughter crown of pearls and brilliants and headplecee. of matching 3171 Justine Road.
II an It
Chauncey Moore Susan Drive Uona. > .
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(last left before new Shands Following a reception held In BITl'II TL'CKEB
Bridge) Interested Republicans I the church fellowship hall, the Miss[ Rainbow Entrant Vacationing
II BafM Ttker but
Invited to attend this
are meet couple went on a wedding trip
Ins at which plans will be completed to St. Simons Island, Oa They was elected pmMral ef Ike.
for the first Repullcan I reside at 32. B Prtngle Circle Gram Ceve UlUe ,
Rally ever held In Clay County, '' Green Cove Springs eeerdlng L. U J-.4 t-I"'I !
WM ran tb*> Little
daring the Mat t*>_a, and Atjf R w\ I.a
fralser Bailey eel ethers !Is +ah ,
charge" ef tIM .,."a.. this.
year .had bas .. JH""/ .. r '. -
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S ML N. ef Once C... Hprlnge .1 the *f trt .
en Black Crnk U. r Hwy 17

Cbelee rlverfrent tots. available new! TOO LATE TO CLAMIMT
CAREER pr1enllri I .....1 .
Urge Rha r LeU. Deck aaJ ...., Ban* aim sal fterrtre "".. Age ,
) Pared Streets. ) Free IHcksge II-I ow
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II' M H C & Penney Farms Local Demolays Get Charter Importance to the closing of any Intended transaction to that he give the

City proper assurances that he develop the base

Reporters MRS. HERBERT D MYERS, Phone 529-MJI soon after any sale was closed.

The Rev. A O Hempstead Writing said they were expect I lene, and her family Since the The Commission announced that It was the feeling 01[

i treasurer of the Penney Memorial ing their daughter from California |I husband is so involved in the the majority of the members that the nature of the entire

Church, writes from On- to come and take themto musical world, being the University .0 transaction was too speculative to Justify outright conveyance
California for a visit Dean of Music, we have ri profit It also
monetary was
aw a, Mo., that the church "is of the title* for such a small pointed
( I already seen two splendid musicals
| the recipient of a bequest of Mrs. Anne Sutton of MHC "The Sound of Music" out that the present rentals from the two hangers on the bats

13,600 In the will of the late writes from New York that and "M, Fair Lady. Now we are accounting for sufficient Income to make over tvo-thlris of

Mrs Alice W. Curtis. Mrs. Curtis "While I was In North Caro- are expecting(; our other daughter the annual revenue certificate payments. The leased propertHs

will be long remembered for lina with my friends, the Tot- Lorraine, and her familyto would have had to be Included In the conveyance to Mr. R.
tens, I went twice to the mountains arrive this week-end (July been accepted.
nolds had the proposal
the services she rendered the
In the western part of the 25)), from Texas, and she will ------- --- --.
church u choir director and state once to Boons to the complete the four children I
leader of the women's and the State Lily Show, and then to a whom we set out to visit! this AERO-SPACE GRADUATE REVOLVER BRANDISHING

men's chorus She institutedand meeting held at Highlands the summer. Since we have been AMONG FIVE COUNTY i COSTS MAN $100 FINE

for many years conductedthe highest point In North Carolina i I here, we received word from YOUTHS CAPPED AT UF I John Albert Thompson, 'A'bo
I our son, Wesley, in Bogota,
Sunday Night hymn sings I I operates the Juke-box-pinbal
"Two weeks ago I came hereto Columbia that he has been i Five county youths were 'I
If tn the Quadrangle She rave New York City and have 'I transferred at his request to I among 815 students who received machine Joint at the north tide

the grand piano for the lecture had my first glimpse of the the U. 8, and will be located at : derees at the University of Governors Creek on Km;

room of the church. This bequest World's Fair. It certainly is an New Orleans u from Aug 1. i of Florida last Saturday Among I! way 17 was fined $100 last
is a fitting memorial to eye-filling1 experience It Is I So this family will make five of I .r In AeroSpace -1 week by County Judge Thomas
one who gave so much cf her held In Flushing Meadows, our children' families locatedin them was a graduate
J. Rivers Jr., on
self to Memorial Home Community Tong Island, to we crossed theL this country Soon we will Engineering believed to charges ot
during her life-time." >*t River to get to It by be turning our steps home I be the County's first I I unlawful possession of firearms

Mr. Hempstead states In his hydrofoil which is a boat with I ward and likely will be arriving I II Three of the five are Green and of discharging: firearm I

letter that a check for the wings _t to speak It not only I early in August We have I State Terasnrar Ed Larson presentedthe well Steven Loner, James Betbwell, George Cove residents with one each In public
bequest was received the day floats on the water driven bya travelled over 4,000 miles and, 8k Johns Chapter Order .1 DeMolays Swansea, Mike Harper, and Ronald Green. I I According to Deputy Sheriff
I and Keystone
he wrote his letter and not until propeller, but the wings lift are thankful the Lord has given I with their charter at an open meeting en Third row, (I-r) I Joey Marsh, Bobby Williamson from Orange Park L. A. Binns who Investigatedthe
recently did he know the It above the water and for moat I i I us journeying mercies and ; August I, Pictured above at the pretenla- Steve Arge, Mike Bridges, Kelly Heights. I episode in front of an
amount to be received. of the way It flies Then we good health all along the way. Uon area First row (l-r) I W, W Master, Jr., Chapman James UlUlams, Eddie Robinson Oreen Cove graduates are: .I open-air grocery: store In Green
rode the monorail which gaveus District Director of DeMoUys, of Jacksonville Lenard Showalter and Rick Wyman. Fourthrow Patrick James Damron and Edwin Cove on Aug. 2, Thompson wti
Mrs May C Orr and Miss a bird's-eye view of the Fair, I I Miss Ann OoodhaU left last Earnest Chapman, muter councilor (l-r)1) i Calvin Wilcox Tbad Creaky, L. Bradley, Jr, both of asked by the manager of the
Carrie A. Tarbell are travelingin and on descending chose a few I week, by air, for Woodstock and Hon. Ed Larson. Second row ((1-rll) George Wyman, and Henry Xobom.I whom received bachelor of Science store to "stand by" when he '
New England After a two of the pavllllons which we Valley, Conn, where she will BIU Johnson, James Fletcher Gerald Both believed a small boy In the
day drive to New York City thought we would enjoy visiting be visiting her family and degrees: and Carroll Anne store had stolen two flashlight !

with Mrs Coons and her niece, We will have to go several I friends LIONS CLUB TO SELL FOUR TOWNS TO LEGAL..NOTICE_ I Swanson, who was awarded batteries.

they spent a week with Mrs times to see all we want to BROOMS AND MOPS !I GET $,,s01 OF ftOTICB OP RE.ZOMaHRARI I I the degree of bachelor of Scl- I Police say that according to '
Orr's sister and family in East see Mrs Clifford Reeves writes CIGARETTE TAXES O
in Nursing eye-witnesses Thompson
The Green Cove Springs Nonce li htrcbr liven' that onM.pl.mb.r nece went
Hartford The next four weeks "When I leave New York I I i from the Lake Junaluska Methodist Club will call on resident of 1. 114, beginning at Donald Victor Abbott of I to his car, took out a .38-call-
with More than $' .300 will be distributed S o'clock In the City Hall In I IlJr..n I
Included visits many City, I go to Ontario and Can assembly grounds, In
bre revolver and came back 9
8prlnlFlorida. a awarded what
I Oreen Cove on Saturday, Aug four' Cove Orane Park was "J
friends In the Ittrton and dor N Y. two towns where North Carolina, where she to the County's nubile Marine will b. hold by
I 15, In the Interest of the Blind. qualified municipalities from Ih. City Comml..lon for the pur Is believed to be the first degree -I brandishing It. Thompson U a
North Shore areas of Massachusetts Mr. Sutton had pastorates before spends her .
summers everyyear
\ 'I They are selling brooms and DO.. of conilderlna an amendment I of bachelor of said to have fired two shots In
and on the Gordon retiring to Penney Farms that the programs are June cigarette tax collections to th. Zoning Ordinance Aero-spacel
I mops made by the blind who according to Richard B. Keat und.r R-1A lent. Uiaa Permit.td Engineering ever given to a the air at the fleeing fig-e): of I J
I College Campus where they excellent She reports some .
\ this of earning ;: Doctor offlcai and/or resident And Virginia ithe I culprit and two or more '
1 have only way Clay County I
ing, director of the State Beverage .
'., had served for many years The Rev. and Mrs Basil R. days cool enough for heat but CII n Ir. I I
additional shots
and Inter. somewhat
The brooms
their living All parties having any C O. Jordan of
Mill Tarbell attended the Truscott write from Decatur, says "All in all It has been Dept IU In the bove ,ul.ut4amendmlnt Ke'.1 .
mops are of high quality Oreen Cove the lonlnc ordlanoe < stone, received a closer: to the mark.Thompaon'
Of this amount to
f 53rd anniversary reunion of 111, as follows: "After our trip wonderful"The --. (
be at
...._ I are urged to preirnt muter of Education. teen-age center
her high school class In Keene, up the East coast visiting our -- will get approximately 47 percent thin mretlncand to make known
1 N H.'Sixty-five per cent of the two children's families the Sunday school at the or U.33UD. Orange Park their there obleulone b.. thereto, (If any They will be honored at com.mencement . was formerly the Magnolia 1 r

f class: are still living and many Worlds Fair, etc, we turned Penney Memorial Church will receive $2.933.57; Keystone, ./ Ben Zellner I I exercises next I Springs Marina. The property
f were present west and dropped In at Lake. I starts at D:45 o'clock, Ladles of CLAYTHEATRE SI.932.S3 and Penney Farms Publleh August City lath Clerk and 10th April _la owned_by George_Davis eP
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aide, Ohio for a visit with the the Myra Morton Bible Class I S11264
Mr and Mrs Ouy Lyman Rev and Mrs Clarence Miller, 'I are teaching the combined :

t have received a letter from and Mrs. flea Drown and her adult class for the month of Green Cove Spring IIOLLEY IN GREEN COVE IF YOU ARE PAYING
the Rev, and Mrs 8 E. Irvine, i son Kent. These two families August I -
formerly of MHC and now living are Ideally located In the Meth. I WedThar*. FrL Charles R Holley, Republican -

at 10316 Oakmont Dr., Bun odist camp round area with Its Mrs. Chas S. Wright returned Am. is, is A U candidate for Governor,
City, Arty Mr. and Mrs Irvineare continual stimulating Christian last week after two will speak at Spring Park In i
well and s.t the time of program on the shores of Lake I months with her daughter in SIN. COMEDY Oreen Cove next Friday eve I $5OQQ,759LOR MORE

-- --- Erie Wt found them all well,\Weitport. Conn She also attended LSSi! fling Aug 21, according to
and the Millers and ourselves her granddaughter's yggg, TERRORS Harold Hill, Republican candidate i
Murrhee played B holes of golf one graduation from Smith College for the State Legislature, ,I
morning Then we hied! oft to 1 Northampton Mass, and Hill who U opposing Louis ,, PER MONTH FOR RENT POWM
Insurance Agency Chicago, only to be met with ( then her wedding In the Ar- Saturday L. Huntley for the position occupied -I
: the sad news that Mrs Tru t I heist College Chapel the following August IS for more than a decadeby I
t seotts brother-in-law, whom day, with reception In Representative 8 D. Saunders ,I yEABS :

we especially wanted to the Lord Jeffery Hotel there. TMGlrICan = has Invited Huntley to be I 1112
had had his funeral the 'lIit'j I Mrs Wright also attended the HeJplt.0.1_ present' at the Republican rallyon I .1
moraine; of the day we World Fair made short calla Il"WHII' JAm MANj. ,H the grounds that "those I All
rived The family had not been on friends In Cortland, Ithaca, who are nor not present maybe = YOU C
andMARSHALLTHOMP8ON- the main of the :
subject con -
been able to reach ua vacationists Franklin and B Kaneate Lake, EAUTlfUL
by phone anywhere We I I N. Y versation. oW II 1
8M! RICHARD MtRRH'(! were happy to be there so as t,I A YANK INYIET.HAM YOUR
A"Irho" to bring Christian comfort to | Miss Sarah Foy U spending Of '
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the bereaved family Then on a few days visiting her niece AUCTION HOME
b tin m It. aI
473-478 we went to Decatur, 111, to visit Mrs. Bentley" Robins, in Jacksonville 2 Bedroom AZTEC I

our youngest daughter, Ar- CARsnrs .
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II. n. ISi Molt people who are paying rent J
FLORIDA TRADERSSunday do not realize that $50.00 a month

DORIS DAY amount to $7,200 In |lust 12 ytaru

NEW G-E FILTER-FLO. WASHER August 16S I I $75.00 a month' for 12 years totals
: J.fftll $10,800 And $100.00 a month

.. p.... I p-sa eqvolt $1,200 a lear and In 12
- yean amount to I

Wed., Thin A Frl DOCTORS INLET If you are paying $50.00 or mere
Asguat 1..1t SI Janttlon per month rent and own a lot or 3 Bedroom COMANCHE

ti %.. homeute lose and clear you can
I. 8iS'EI State Road SI A SIW pay for a beautiful Jim; Walter homeIn
12 years with the lame omount of
.I H\I11 lit: money. What more you peed pay
A Vtj > I .11',1,11'rlX' NO MONEY DOWN

""R &. How it this pomble The Jim Walter
I way! More than 100000 hornet

... -I have been built by Jim Walter and
r -- _- they tettify to the value YOU can
It ) ', IIellllFlIlfrlllJollle get for you rent money-love even 3 Bedroom HOLLYWOOD
2'7 A --- 'V more by doing tome of the Inside
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( I color catalog thawing 21 Jim Walter Whatever Ideal may
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FEATURE PACKED! BUDGET PRICED! of comtrvctton.hornet, floor". You plant hove and choke detail of '\ have of the cost of a iwtt

CIIARLKS HKLM: ( 1, 2. 3, or 4 bedroom hornet. The able home for yourtelf

Funeral Director low price and eoty monthly" payment i and family we Invite you
will turprtte you. V ij rto\ write for our latent catalog -

TWO Itbou 2s4.9 ;% 21 HOMIS TO CHOOSE nOM V which Ulvttratet our
WASH AND SPIN SPEEDS TWO WASH CYCLES! ) 21 model home, shows floor

Soso. GREEN I Now we have 21 Pondord model plant, and gives detail of comtrvcfcoti.
BIG 12 LB. CAPACITY II II I home to teU TWO WASH TEMPERATURES II WT, 14 EAST r. a BOX IIS I cofttlrvcted. and available in no charge or obBgofcon
booklet. You ewe it to yourself and family to find owl
degree el fiddling deli ed. If
'POWERFUL SPRAY RINSE BIG SPIRAL ACTIVATOR any ye* ewii lot or home te you con hew much home you can get for the money you ore now
for We here bash home
orronge to ttort buttdiAg at once paying rent. over 100.000

SAFETY UD SWITCH PORCElAIN TUB AND BASKET HEW AND WITHOUT PAYING A PENNY ihrovgHowl th. country ond they ore our beet odvereenti.
DOWN. Yew "home wigs. be 100 Jwtt Ml the coupon or cal of wry one o< the

I USED CARS financed. Jim Walter branchet. Yew will f be shown every ceurtety


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THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1M4 Clay (County Ores! ';cnt PAGE nnj


Dr' and Mrs Eldon. Swanson Problems
and family attended the IStump

raduatlon of their daughter From Jack Koran--
Carroll Anne Swanson on August I
Do you have backyard tree
A 8, in Gainesville Carroll "
problem that 'flumps yaw
received a BS Degree with
every effort to remove I it'
honors from the University of
U 10, don't get discouraged
College of Nursing-
Anyone who has tried to pulla
Miss Sw.nson Is a 1961 graduate
tree stump from the grouno
of Clay County High
1/ realizes that Mother Mature
&hool and was the first Clay
desired it to withstand itt
County girl to win a Florida
rifle forces to including man
State Scholarship for Nursing
However, stumpcan be removed >
While at the University Miss
Swanson has been extremely from your yard without 1 M
active both academically and having to pack a ton af dynamite

( In extra-curricular activities, A under base and blow It

Mortar-Board nominee, she outAccording
1_ has been active In dormitory I to A. 8. Jensen ,
1.) affairs, being president of Jen- assistant forecaster with the
fling Hall this past year A'' Florida Agricultural Extension: f J
member of the Gator Band for Service, there are conunerlcal .i fq

three yean, she participated' chemicals available that do an
In the National Band-woman : excellent job of eradicating a 'rf/-/
Honorary Sorority Tau Beta ) stump by fire These chemicals :: H'

1 Sigma and in the National saturate all the wood area and ;,

.l Z': 1 7ny e Woman Music Honorary Fraternity cause the entire stump to burn ; 3
3,1 '
hen Ignited (+
; Sigma Alpha Iota. She f a ,
la a present nominee for membership I There Is a common mlsconreptlon <

In the National NunIng among home owners
1{ i ii Honorary Sorority PlayIng ', that there are chemicals on the
the marimba with the Uni market which speed up the

versity's Singing Sweethearts. stump'rotting, Jansen says.
i ; Miss Swanson went on tour to I He points out that there Is no
.C Panama and Costa Rica, She I product which effectively rots
el presently hu been awarded the I out or destroys a stump by

I Pediatric Nursing Internship at chemical action aloneXT ,' ".
j n' l the University Hospital In'' you're willing to take time Nn
; e yv itf Gainesville beginning September for preparation and wait awhile P 6 l ;tw

1 r'rA" 1. During the remaining until an inflamable chemical
.mar, tt few weeks of summer, Miss soaks the stump, follow these

, Swanson' plans to accompanyher steps
father Dr Swanson on a First, buy a chemical such as
Miss Sandra Reese Weds trip to Virginia and then to potassium nitrate, sodium dt

visit friends In Naxsua and StPetersburg I chromate, or lead acetate to
make the stump burn.
Billy Rowell Hammock I Then cut off the stump flush "
with the ground Drill vertical A +

Miss Sandra Lee Reese, of the bride had as her maid of HEADS LITTLE holes one Inch In diameter and
Green Cove Springs and for I I honor her sister, Miss Mkkle LEAGUE AGAIN six Inches deep Into the wood

merly of Jacksonville, and BU Reese Space the holes about six

11 Rowell Hammock were unit Roswell Hammock was best I Inches apart I
ed in marriage on Friday eve. man for his brother and ushers Mil the chemical with water

rung July 31, at eight o'clock. were EWe Sanders, Emory u directed and pour the sola-
In Trinity Methodist Church. Holsenbeck, Tommy Brown tlon into theseholes, After, stop
Rev. Frank B. Thompeon Jr. and Ronnie Pounds Ing up the holes with wooden
officiated plugs, allow the solution to b' p' '
The bride chose a white
The bride Is the daughter of street-length dress of lace over penetrate the stump for a couple

Mr. Leonard Wilson Reese I taffeta featuring a fitted bod of weeks or more dependingon ,
how far the wood has d..
and the late Mr. Reese The Ice scoop neckline, three. cared. MM. UUflll RODNKT IIIOOINBOTIIAM. JR.
brlde-groom Is the son of Louie Qua r-Ieneth sleeves, and a
C Hammock and the late Mrs full gathered skirt. Her elbow The final step Is to pour Miss Connie Joyce Baas be I of Mrs Anna Parrolt of Green I secured her elbow length veil taffeta and organ roses held
Hammock length lace-trimmed veil of illusion kerosene' on the stump and bride of Hugh Hod Cove Bprtngt. Parents ol the of Illvuton and she carried i a their vlels. They carried cascade
was attached to a pearl light It. The kerosene' will I Ignite I e&p.he bridegroom' Mr and Mrs prayer book with featharMearnaUqns bouquets of pink t earna
Given In herrrandf.ther
marriage by
crown and she carried a colonial the chnnlral In the wood nay HUglnbotham Jr. on Bat Hugh Rodney Itlgilnbotham, and a white orchid I Uoru
E McAUlsler
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'I bouquet of roses and car. /iytw'A >E and the stump will burn away, urday, August\ I, In Bt Luke's Br, "'r. Gary Chandler was ma Prod D Courson served M
nations. roots arwialL Given In marriage by her Iron of honor, Bridesmaid bees man and UM ushers were
COUNTY RETITBLICAN The maid of honor wore a Jensen warns not to. burn Episcopal Church Jacksonville, father, the bride wore a gown were Mrs Joe Ennls, Mrs Kenny Donald M Jons, Wiley Eugene:
COMMITTEE TO MEET yellow peau de sole street : stumps near your house or with the Rev Charlie F. Me of PHil de sole and ...-.m. Brownfltld and Mrs James JortM and Walter C. Wlngata.
ahruba. When next to a house, )lace bod Calculi. A followed In UM
The Clay County Republican length sheath featuring a scoop Nutt officiating broidered with a Dior They wore sharking reception
Executive Committee will hold neckline, short sleeves and remove the stump by digging Ire, square neckline talla lily pink street-length. heath church social hall. Fallowing
a meeting on Sunday evening, matching overskirt She car. II It out by hand or cut It off The bride Is the daughter sleeves, and bell-shaped skirt dresses of silk ergansa over a wedding trip to Ft. Laudar

August 16, at T:30 o'clock at ned a colonial bouquet of yellow ,' I 1 fluid to theground Cover It I Bf Mr and MM Jaime BbertHaas with a detachable train A taffeta with scooped necklines dale the couple will reside alIJTJ

the home of Adm. and Mrs and white roses and carnations , r up by planting a flower bed and the ,granddaughter crown of pearls and brilliants and headpiece of matching Justin Road
I 4 >nlt
Chauncey Moore, Susan Drive -.-
(last left before new Shands Following a reception held In RlTl'8 TUCKER
Bridge) Interested Republicansare the church fellowship hall the Miss Rainbow Entrant I Vacationing
a.,.. Tanker but week.
Invited to attend this meetIng couple went on a wedding trip
at which plans will be completed to 81 Simons Island Oa They was epwlf pmUml .f the
for the first Repulican I reside at 22) B. Prtngle Circle Green c." LJUIe Leeg... 1 ,
I receding L. t. Jed,. lady, I
Rally ever held In Clay County Oreen Cove SpringsRIVER
who sea tk. IJttl. .......
daring .... put warn. and ,
Frail. Bailey and ....*,. la ,
charge ef Its. ,graaa lab .
year Ka4 been sak|
It MI. S. ef Naval Air SUtUa widespread rrlUt.... In IbrtrsnaaagetMnt

3 ML N. ef Green Ove Ratings .f the. .,.,ra.. :
en Black Cm) C. S? Hwy IT a. '
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ChI<< rivtrfrvnl UU available mewlS TOO LATE: TO CXJlUfUrT II
CAREER OfpMliitltyt. I [sate ,
Lets DN> and B .. ... I
Large. Study k *> sake aiU, harries Weak Aft I II
S raved Streets 0 Free D.ckage .14-11, auMeOld ecUklblwdt .

Pre-arbwl CblUren Aeeepled +mt nf, fringe benefiu. C.al \
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Ii I LEGAL 1II0TlnI I' LEGAL JtOTlCB t Farm Bureau Picnic


COUNT FLORIDA I 11 raonATH with ;
huaband and wife, OF LLOTD nIiGLIlY.
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J. T riEL.Pa'knd ANNA & All creditor of the Estate '
CRL.N8UAW: of Lloyd Blntley. deceased, are '
Defendant hereby notified and requiredto
Miart-H' SALE which they may have acalna-t l eel ,
NOTICE: 18 IIBnEDT GIVEN aid elate In the office of the
MILBERGER that the undoralcned, a. 8po '
I' TWIN REALTY Mailer .la Chancery under and Florida In the courthouse .t', I l0""
by virtue of the rtnal Decreeof Green Cove 8i>rlnre. Florida !
Foreiloaure entered In th.t within alt calenJer montha from

REFRIGERATION Distributor //IIdl) VrfhRealtor certain' cause pending In the of the thle date notice.of the first Koch puiillallon claim or I Yet, you're In control ef ort

All Jersey Milk I Circuit Circuit Court of of the Florida.Fourth In JudIclal and demand must be 'In writing and I the tiruotlon when you
muM elate the place, of re.l.l! forrnen
SERVICE for Clay County, Florida, InChancorys deuce and poetoffu addreaa of join the iwcceitfwl
For ; twine Chancery dice ... who P.C.A. loom,
& RENTAL & SALES Number 1711 In which A. HCruoe the claimant and most worn ".

I & ACREAGE '* LOTS and Ulile! U Croc, hui.band to hy th* claimant hie will agent bo. First, you're a part-owner
Air CeeeHloaUr Refrlcrratloiand HOME DELIVERYCALL or his attorney, or It
Heatta Bert Ice I J.and T. wlf FI.Me., are and plalnttffi.and Anaa aCrenehaw. ; come void aocordlnr to lawMvron of' this credit Intrirutlen.
> S. Palmetto Street Residential Commercial \ O Prevail Ess.outer from
are drfendanta. aaRpectal when borrow
I Z64-99M or 2I4-11S8 I fit the Rotate of you
Home Phone ZI4-97II Industrial Eater In Chancery ap- lJor4 Kinglet. Sufficient capital
I I painted br the Court In aid '.'0. 1.e U, to
BunlnrM Phone 211-1381 Antiques Peed FurnitureCAl.KY'S Serving Greater Cloy County decree under and by virtue of 1 olio ollowi you to run
the term thereof, will offer for -
Notary Public ale and cell at publlo outrrrto I.KOIL HOTir your farm the way you lf1MI

the hlcheet ant beet blddr I want It run, . no more ,
PIIONEOffice for each at the North door of
TV APPLIANCE j FLORIDA TRADERS the County Court Houi of ClciCounty l\' THE COVRT OF TII COt'NTT worrlei about planting

SERVICEWe M4-III1 Florida la the City of I JUPOH. n.AT COt'NTT.FU and harvest coiti, equip
Green Core Springs Florid Green Core ffprlnte. Florid 'RIOA, IN mOBATK.IV .
Home tll-1151
Repair All Brandt Itth day of Beptem- re, Route: of went, Improvements, etc.
l 15 E. Palmer St.. TeL til-Kid tr.t..I;... bolweea the hour IIENKIETTA BUTLER STONE
Senrlclnr CIa Count Antiques S. Orange Area. Orange Are. S. at Bay St. of eleven Vlorh A. ... and two I II I>eceaei1.. . 0

For Sixteen Tears TeL Green Cere Sprinn o'clock P. M. (aald aale heilnn- ; TO ALE* CRFMTORII AND : : tor, MI how you how
m-SI44 DK.
I tee at eleven o'clock A. M on MINA HAVINO CLAIM Ol\
Orange Park Ph. 264.9561FULLERTON'S Orantre Park aid date). the pence bets; thC MANN AOAIN8T SAID EM F.C.A. 'liens boost yourfreee'em At he annual Farm Burea picnic at Strickland
local) kern pals aad on a lee. TATE: of operation.R .
Blinding Bead TeL SM-ltll LEGAL NOTICB I al eale I tt the follewlnf derrlbed > I You and each of. yes are hero.hv Landlnr lad Saturday, mere than 111 ..,.... braved ''..

JacksoinilloBlandinf - prnoerlv altuate In Clay I sell notified any. .clalmi and ,."and,Ir.d demand t* pro* *,reee*tallv el 0..""._ erinf skies. U enjoy fried fish huh pepptoe, ptoeapple

A Cefflna Rd. NOTI '. County Florida, to wit! which or either of you. may A._., e"y ....,'. .Inca beans and the worka ...
( Or INTENTION TO Iol. Ttir. II) and Pose tel) I gnu all ptrferwed under aegis e( E. D.
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Orange : have against the ...,. nf ll T. 10 F
Green Con Spn. 214-444 TeL 771-tm MRUUTKR hotle< I. hereby riCTITIOll given that KALE tb..nd..llnM of WILD Rloeh PARK Flft .n (1I MUBDITIHON.of 11'11.11: rletta Butler Stone, .-...., rheee ....T1tNertbeaat Mr Call. Ceenly At*nt. ....,.. shire dishing .P a betplnf

WE TRADE IX AXTTmNQ under th. provtaloa City nf 0,.." Cove fnrlnaometlmea .. late of said. County, la the Coun.tv of bush papplee.AmUUnt ,
.( elapt.p0.e/. Uwi .( riorl.da ( known a* Idlowll.tPar \ Jifctie of Clay County, FlerUda. Predaetlea Credit
I OF VALVE Act of HIT will recletet with lubdlvlalon.. Clay CountyFlnHa at hie office lit the court AateelatloaIt
BEVERAGES I th* Clerk of the Circuit Court In .) I II hiuee of Pall County of OreenCove
LIIOLSTERLYGBAXLEY'S and (or Clay County aMato .( The eM' pmpert a* alma nrtnaa, Florid, within. I Mala Street PeUtka
Florid, upon receipt of roof ofpsblleatlon I aid, titcethtr with all tepm.a all calendar monlho" from hotime
of this tf; UeKlctltloui hereditament'' and appurtenance 1 of the first pebllcatlon of TtL EA IMMIII
I name of Keyeton thle aetlo. Two eople of each

PAUL'SAll TRIM SHOP Mouao".,.ton..( narialna".11"" .. FIR..tge.1 Highway. ; II. I Ming or In add*any thrreunto tn wipe latlefy.,,"'In"I11"'j* *. roeldence wrlllna-claim or. and demand ekall and scat stele shall office Ike b.' ....In... UIt..... Ague I. t.M .

B'' Riles 1C Bevl I JukaeartUe
Complete Ante A Furniture ,... eM Pu.l fWrerviud -, I Irma of the claimant. and ehall
l-l. 11 It
Legal Beveracet I tkla, ilk day of Aue-uet .. eworn to hy the ,'..mUI. hl.a.1l TeL EV 4-1141

Open I A. M. U 1 A. M. I'phebterlnf ... i. r Ke.P.Ic or hT attorney fllln pod fee of perem.n.nltd nno> .
140 W. Idlewlld ATO.Ph. LEOAL MOTICB n ,
Duval County Une -- - I I" .I..t .,..r.. M VT........ dollar and eurh claim or ..", a,4] 'l'M 1 /e114c ,
2I4-JM3 1 '. .a N e.r not ea filed hall he void.
North of Orange Park IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or Rlton E 01anoA..e.rter
Green Core Sprint. Florid phi
CLAY COUNTY. FtORIDA.In --- of ,,,. ldzf1
Fire KstimntesKrco : CHANCERY I LEGAL NOTIC' !.... Will and Toil. ',
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BOATS NO. 10* meal of llinrlelta uctloB
Pick-up and Delivery HELEN CL.IZABfc.TH: : BURNS, 11 TNNOINTr<< ..I"PGII'Il'O.I. Ruller flan, deceaeeitFlr.t trait
1'lalntlffJACK nuhllratlnn Auiuet Illh.IMl .
Handle and AH of Tow V ANII, roa tfcAf on
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"O"IIIT", FioninA _
L'phobtery Need,! MALONE BURNT 11 rnoBATB FILL MOMS
INLET MARINAMERCt'RY HAROLD BAXLET Defendant I I 11 MelESTATE: Per Fait IVpendakleReenlta
OF Earl Van BaadUl '
Owner I'phobterer SI ,n. : RTATK: tIP KUiHII-TO >wr...d (.. The
EDWIN BAXLET HetMenoo Unknawi NOTICE 'TO CMKIIITOni Clay Coenty Crteeenl'e 1rut1AijSEE
All creditor' of the Kotat *(
CROSBY BOATS Son and L'phohterer: 4 ,n. YOU a alt ARE baa Ito:t itKBY..:n IIU4 NOTIFIEDthat at own.t Hear) Van Kandt. ........... art Clarified Penh

C. A. HUMMELUphobterer you I.I tko above eatltled noseand hereby notified and required lo
FEET: TlttlLFItH: file.. any dome *r d nund* *"M'.11
you are hereby required to 0 0IIn. >>
0 ,n. ... .
SALES SERVICE upon plalatKf attorneywhoee they may have .t said **
name and addree appperheroes tale In the office of the County rooks, iperlalWnf! la flab frying were John
OUTBOARD REI AIR Judge of Clay County. Florida.in . .
D. IT Orange Park ACCOUNTING It any to your the wrllt.eMoue bill of complaintIn the courthouse at 0,... Cot Wllktneii Maivltle. and P. L, WIUUM*.n, of 0.... C.".,

aid I cull ropy of which la delivered prime, riorlde. wlthm *H calendar ,,.....nt ef the Clay Coanly Fan Boroai.KeJerlM .
Phone CO I IIM to you herewith, en or montha from the date ef YOU ATEchie's
ACCOUNTINGAND before Auaruet llet A. I>. IM4. tlr.t publlrttlon of Ihla. '010
Herein fall not or decree proyea Ire. Rich eo.rUM wIll b. entered a,.I".t he In writing and meet elate
for the relief prayed la the th. place or reildem-o and poet
bill of complaint.THB office add,... of Its claimant
TAX SKUVICK: NATURE OF AID SUIT and mast ho swore by the .
i claimant kia :: his rI
] BEING for divorce.WITNEM agent al.tnrner
G III Walnut St. GC!. my hand aid Ibecoil or It will 50....... told,
TeL WI7UPerKonalizcil ef said Court at 0,.." accord Int to law .
Cove Hprlnaje. Florida. Ibis lUll learn. Van &..dt. Fl.-
"' StrvicenAccounting day of July A, D. "... vutrl of the relate, of
u (*KAUOICOROR Shin Van KaalLMtrran '
U CARLISLE:, C, Prevail *
FOR THE, BEST to aU-r.and t & Tux: Clerk Circuit Court ". ."t lw -'1t *I -v I' i
By Vivian II Hob"** + K* etne lloiakt* FloridaAtterney IN
]t U>tnmn Deouty Clerh for KiwuilrliMl.
1 god printing Iry the CRESCENT For T. J. ,......*. Jr.Attaraey II I.t. II I .

, HuHiiiPHN Firms & for Plaintiff. -
: PRESS INC. The price AddreoetPO.
Bet ITIOrea LEGAL "OTtfl
InilividiinlXot -* _
Cove Norlnte FloridaMl. ORANGEOALEe
U rlfht. rv liplike .... 11t
IM TIIR rtitrriT COURT or

I (C 3L \ S-J.Si II F.l11 a D7A1D 5 I I I U.atUM IN. JENNKTTK MEI.MON. IlllBRVi C1UKKE.rialatlff CLARKMItofeadanl :. - --' ,

noTira or stir -- ll'Arrf 7Af' //ff' /',,,!./, J/rrf rw

FOR RENT S beeuee. I bedroom FOE RENT-1 room ,........- TH SUSAN(III STATE.ENNKTTK<>r FIXRII CLARKK-TOi, Ibo ,...... of tbe ....,. el then akete ewe

.neuae oa III Bay, eel apt at 1M West St, |M, "......... t''...... ac,. sad Mro. Kkbare. D. 1.811.be .lo .......rr at Ibo

Street eempletely furnished with Bfbte and water ....... TrooperBil1 that YOU a *AUK Hll hoe IIKKKUT hea filed NOTIFICI eeelaot, Arieelleral Kiteewiea. .,.....

and alr-eendltlened. S bedroom , DCS tll-HU ,-'-'j r.. In tko above oatitled eo.e* A _ _
aad yeS are hereby rnuired ,.
house 411 Cypress, oerve coo. e-leimiff'a attoraeyhoee
I.. says awe e>*d addreee appearheroon
fnrnlahed. For
tompletely ..
FOR RENT) Fnrnbbed carateapArtiaenL your "wrltiea d ieo* If
formation phone GCS 114Mil. ear to Ike. bill of rootplaial leeal4
Newly palnUd.Onvenbut eelL. eop of whim la do*
'.II.tI, teeaUea. Ineelre livered to ,.. kerewltk, on or tt\
efere v.l II A. 14 ItllHerein r t\\\\
FOR SALE Home and I""If Ill Sprint Street or can 111-, tail: opt ., dxreo pre \\ \ eu -w''.
*.nf>eeo will ho colored .*.,..t S S
serve land. Three bedreema$ sill after : rev ,., the relltf Napais Ik* \ \
kellt-la SUInleee Steel I Kit- hilt of eontplalal.THR A A, y : '
ken, living room, den and 1:1'I-I sells for ....,... f
FOR wiTHKPe ny .head aid tae t\
kt"r" ,.. GreeaTave
..,... f ..
b..... newly eeel of rid P*>rl ol \%
Sprint, II.,. II. .*.. a>rle. norld III. .III* day 11a
,.....IIIe. Urge yard appi -
pre. of M". A" ;
seeable Call 114-14II. lInn leniahod. Call Penney fa..IV.. .. CAKI.IILK. ,. .saHs
-' - Clerk Cirteil" Court e :; (' :
ti r
FOR SALE! 1 ... .. bed with far.... 521.I2l I. Pp TI.Mef. ....Keel) ttt Ypttn 1 i t
Print and Baltreea. Tworents. 1'1'' lotus. nf.. >

In." Ill Cove St or FOR SALEl, CotUte. 1r..IiIIoe, 6 .nrrrn'f \1",1 1atM..1 "' \ .I\D"\! ,
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All.' fee Pltlktlfl Af '" "

pkeoe 2144111.: !:.13.1 r.,... Oeeeela Are.., OolfCoaree. I A"PfI,........ It I tot Vgfi11Y p11QwSlelte 1.'T :;'\C. 14.' f t t.A

which II Last aide <>rej Cote .p'..... Florida s 11pe \II' e'
FOE SALE Yblrti.dg lack Two .......... faralabed ,.... ... l-l. II.p "I. ..* SfpJS 3Jld .....
sale fan with ..... G ed atw. I ,f
elppd.Oarate. .' tof ..
and kk.! .... e. -
>. ......na 1o. ALSO Ore p Let II I IM. U- :u ii. .;ic- >*?>.. 'tv.sa. t.... '.; .

lOUD pit fisted retaaiMlarb [ weal J...... Pbawe II AV5 '" ..- ;..w E't VOlin
&.. ....... aloe feet TIIR CCrtnrTTivit'prr JUiOFI rr' : .
... : \ ..
Cove .. .
MSS Green IM Ann F' M ; .
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leng. Chrood J....... Pb... I .-.- Croit it Wantd OftL lit CLAY (VUMTT PUrMIDA.i ,.... .:,.. .

tl4. us (........ Tar N wtTktn frtqucnftr pt M by I flu K.i, TATa 1"111'11I orI \ .... ." : ....!... .. ,

MID). diryert. vbo Ml trp ct pttrtoni "M* WAaNAHAtHIMeXATrMr.ftl.4Mli. ..\" .
.11'1'1 1-- UGK- t .c ...
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to IM Urrttta c. ,.
PIANO M .. .. ."
FOR SALE ,.w.... Fr.* "'* P) eN .... cal.IS1 ." 1ne
aplaeteoaaolelaBy. M...1) 04 t>U!t. if M Wat .p7N. TN I......... ,r
be brick hew oa eavewr lot .....U'.I inert pfdtttrhrt ebMrnaAa1 "'TO AIL CMS/arise.. ".n PER. ..., ...
Mrrtle Are. GCS. .. rtrt*'. Reported au a... Bd>. Mk ... NavikHi rI....... aRIISNARDI 1l0 ..... ""-,.
Ee > phi O "
....... party earn Uk. at Maaetef l AOAIMVT BAlD Se ,f r""
Two baths. >.bat |ara, .i I.. Ufari croulrf' st totttwethra. +
fleet ,...... Feared backyard ea low 9**"* baiaae I ITBo ,. be.1kt a'o' 'M 0\\.
In tl.p. S7 rwed I* file asp etel e* I
wttb fruit lreo. c.11' Write MUC reJM. l Y.4 .h>>*> *.. a or heteoJa4 ,

GCI II....... Dr. 1e.4 Go'V tao KMOIO W ll.eww.baoeb .. i
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II II 1 II I 1 II up. tit 11 nun II I' I' eo tie ..rveo ad He* ThMO* I

t. PJi.*... Oo* C. Mr lode M
lOti! BUSINESS DIRECTORYUR taw t'_. Mss** *. Ofoe> e.*.
L AREA e*.te.* P.14a "w"k.. e.. eel. i '
I ....> crape tt.m Ike "<* .. ,
III' II .. Iho "Mep******** 04 t.M ....
pYNR 14IrEtTAlttRla aces ..... w ...... ..N be IeII. j'
.111frAtillinRAIITUrb" ore 04 *. I.eekel.l I ..... f
w.. ,.. p4. d r..a.ri cad ,p 4

UR .BJUC rrRxrrru co. raUMACY 004 era..440..4' din k. *.... Ise to pep(lose.I**. I

riM ......oMMmoawetfle Inn co.Uayd rWM. .. Sue ao-xn w h<* e l.sea. 1 R rM
. omcat .. ..
..... \ Asa s.a..eaesl
lisp is.p d -- Reliable
'' e it tl m .. .*. phi Sit *.*e rt S.W .
,....... tl.rr Iw..Mb1.p K. JM.. h. Orrarrta .*... o* ...**4 .-. e* ft*.
.... --.... /wed.. Caea eW Pn*. .... ho red TW fend fo wee
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IT 14411Ptannekm r P'I1aM 1p.easb.la eat ..- eery -. .. 114/5. "'

tyulUU CMMTMmt OM ......... sad .4 r- SSe c..o, S.4ce o de'Me

M..delanrw OtttooCaai R5a1gPn_ A
owl ...- .-.....
and fata.0. U. ..... .. fare..jee..e.
Hevrte Par Travel i /hle tme of OrwOfl W', _____ S. A/. t' l
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V4 Traflrre-BaAi FlnarYMMil IOs.Ma. R54iJa.wA. 4aN1t sew. .......... ........... rp it
--iial'trrs ..... I .

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I : 'i .T..eeoeo4s. Special! AP, FreseaFeaturing
ANN roil CLAY :
NO. C-lel$ '
corporation Plaintiff, by Allc Darrow contxor car sickness U nee
e .
J-UK8LER v.. I vessary. Plar'af. br not feeding n"lt\ \ -
You are planning a family t1
NOTICE OP IALB they dog for several hour i score .f L
Notte. )la hereby irlvrn that pur> t I vacation by car and the ques before the'start of the trip ,tn : values in every special department. I m a S
the Final Decree of !
Hint to <
Foreclosure and Bale entered In I tlon U whether or not to take Take ,a leash and muzzle, '\(' : Famous tnaUty
the <*ua* pendlna- the Circuit r your pet. so that you can take him out .a : food at low, low
Court In and for CUr Countyf A
Florida cams docket, number C> To talk about doge first. of the car for periodic exer Gyat' '' Come In and stock up .n4 l'-* 6 U A
sell 1811,the the property undtmlitncd altuat Clerk In said will It solve a lot of problem If else without being afraid he ,\\'\" .'' your favorites, pkp.
onaty deeerlbed *. you leave Fido In the kennel will frighten someone or runaway i
15. Block .. Unit No I. tta/dl .
Lot Meadowbrook affording toplat or with a kindly neighbor while Never let him off the : .:...... ,;
recorded In Plat Dock I, eee. . .::. ee.. p. ),.
you are cone. If you can't, or leash unless you are well off e o .. / fit
pacea II and 11 public ruesordi 1 Special! Marvel Send
of Clay County Florida. If you prefer to take him, you the highway and he ha been Mrs 1 ; .- R :L: ,.
Together with all etrucluree J should for him trained to' / '.iT'-Aik ;1
and Improvement now and plan as carefully return to you on teacher of ;
hereafter al4 land, and I do for member .' /irfJy '
on at you any of command/ I Ice
fix... attached thtrete; aim s High School!, '
all tam. attain, electric, water, the family Take. plenty of his regular .
and othe heating. oookint.r.frlreratina. food the Summer / j- arc ; ,
llchtln plumb. Some dog make fine traveling a feedln dish and water .
Inv. ventilating. Irrigatingand r companion If your hai dish And take an old blanket guage Institute "
power eyMeme. rnu-hlm-i. .". for him to 'sleep on If he Is the t'nlvertlty: I AIPonTAPJrj'
pllancei, rixtitrea. and appurt- not already been trained to o Milk
enanrea. which now,art tie or used may Adolph R. Mangel, vie sit itlll In the car, and not to allowed' in your. room at the The course -
hereafter pertain tll or
with. 'In. or on said ireml...., president of the Northeast bark, better start working on motel. ed two main ) \ PEOp.'f'i n:
even thnnrh they be detachedOIL Now u to cat .. It Isn't
district State Elk Association that at once.
or e s t ar n a bl s. Lion In the .
SPACE HEATERat will be the principal It' best to check the motels necessary to,tell ,a cat owner methods of \. 0" i** *. GaL 3 ge
but public bidder aale. for, to rash the between hlchMt and the : speaker before Green Cove alone your travel route not to take,,,lone on a motor. eign language, ... r"1; Yal. " .... /Z Cta
bourn of eleven o'clork In the Elks at a dinner meeting In and find out whether they will trip unless absolutely necessary. of the e.*. AIJ *.
afternoon afternoon and on the two II Cl'day IcHk of In A-the( their club house next Thursday accept pet In the room. John Almost without exception, of the ", ...reoe..e .
Knit 1114. at the front door ot evening. Delegations repsresenting O Lacock, president of Quality cat hate rifling in cars and edge of the
(the Darn Clay I mv DONE AND PATJCD at Or..n'Dn the Northeast district are ems about half of the 500( motels. a* they, are.
< of Rnrlnm AIUMIM. Florida IM4 this Ilth peeled to attend the meetingat In the chain will accept pets, If you must take a cat on a the

( htT PI': ft ALAOP10RGE rARMBLK Clerk which Park F. Geiger, exalted and that all others will help motor trip., there II only one the Institute PIE
By) Vivian 11. Rohm, DeputyClerk ruler, will preside. you find kennel accommoda way ,to do..It,,and that I II In participant ,
1.11 Ions for the night. a carrying cage! with plenty one of the
WITNESSES MEET ot tranqulllzm.-.:Get your Instruction campus, the
--- If you are going any distance I.LBI-07.
LEGAL !MOTICB .from the yet As together and
IN DAYTONA BEACH make, sure your dog has 45c
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with the dow, provide familiar olrldallan"a,
LEGAL !NOTICX'Notice A two hour color film will be a health certificate showinghe food, dishes, leash and indent- Hal Spanish pLAIO KACH
of Intention to purrhaaaendar presented as a special feature has been vaccinated again location tag*. And take along er cultural ....
the bulk vela law to allernona \ ot the ofJehovah' rabies. See that his collar
three-day assembly I.t : some tranqulllaers for your eluded In the
having claim or demand an Identification tag with 1
atalnat Weetern Auto Aaion."tore Witnesses scheduled elfl demonstration
owned by Mr William P. for this week-end at the Peabody his license number and your :
ned part
for a free directory of the on is
Nanny, II Walnut lit.Weat,GreenCova
name and addressIt rntbtaoo
1I0ri n... Via. Mr. Jack Auditorium In Daytona more' than BOO Quality Courts culum and the G to 8 Ih.Average.
Mllam Intend* to purchae* In Death be wise to attach to the -
: Motel In the'Un1ect StatesandCanada had an
bulk all the (took future*
roodi and ware* oed In the The film was produced by collar a tag asking any finder 29c
Writ to Travel the
: serve
I C n I C 5
operation. Weetern of said Auto bUlln.l.ltnowlla. A .oo. It ore.. the Watchtower Society part to take the dog to the nearest' consultant, Quality Court Motels earning In LB.. ............ .
Walnut Ht Weak flreen Con.aortas. of the round.the.world seriesof police station. Pet have been
Beach Fla classes.
Inc.Daytona ,
.. Fla.. and will conclude
known to lost trip
get on
urn purchase on September I, assemblies which will attract
1M4. more than 180,000 persons Most dogs love to ride in cars. ,J 01111'K Hreudotl Fantail .
Frozen Ib.
All persona having claim. or demand ((2 pkp. $1.55))
from 181 lands In But If have taken
avalnet the vendor areadmnn..h. principal you never
AUTO. Supply.. I to Co.contact 1111 Weetern Milton' cities of the US.A., Euprope, yours on an extended trip before Don' Pool'sSELFSERVICE
Av.. Jacksonville! fla, before Asia Australia and the Islands visit the vet and get some 10-02.
rid date. l-ll l.. If of the Pacific this year medicine that will prevent ort : COIN LAUNDRY i rn 49c

Palmetto Houston, Green Cove 1'kff. .

I Open 14 noon Every Day
.IV>.' e s"
Phllco-Sendll Machine MlUOrmmwmmm\
\ O>OUN9ruO a "
Doable Loads tie -1/-Lb. Single 2", Extra
u i/r
11..n 0 CJ"K
Fluff Dry) 1ft ( )
,, 11& ft 'fr'1 *", ""/''*' 3
.. tt, / I I' !T.: Wlth ihla OOUIMH .a purciaso. .r .
i.wG'A' A.. Pan P,... ....k, Uk tae ..*
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I 1111 Magnolia ; j m. 11 ('...,. aeee Shea. .... A... I* :

C a Green Cell 144.U1: 'lolL UG '4'.140'' ; II f ii f 5i I ii I" :;Ibiee I !

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: 9$41)) m"n"1 Ifl"Jm

I ,The perfect time to get the best deal on America's No.1 cars ,{STTCIAL.Sttr,1'otr ('.f.\ / M 2.'; B./n. '*
Friday -
I : . . . . .0.; .- fV 7f Slumps ..
I lint Fish and Trout ......................... I !II
Wit. thla carp,. /snlap .f
1 Saturday & VEGETABLES ji Hi. hts has Ia.O. Ja i

Ooldon Brown Fried Chicken .. .. :deny sox'
W la4,54 'll. w +tn +.Cay uhr 1 rte 1 w. nra
MEt. /)() /'It Forget Our, Sunday tii Western *H') C..pln r lira.-' Sae.-* I* *MM

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Chevrolet linpaW Sport Coup.CtleprU4 DOCTORS / ": = := : f>ilBlagi) '
INLET T 10 f'
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Mow On> SALS I
Traditionally Chevrolet has been Or. Park A King 10H ec
-clion No. 1 only 2f ark S-cfiou .No. :2 only t fvptfcy
America'* Ut seller\ Ami right now IOU tVl**
snore than ever bccauw the U model, srjTHi' MAN wrm 'THE Nil BUYS PM*.i SCV '-Ittl or rv 4.1101TIRE a SwtlM a W4D

)'f'ar (la almost over and your Chevrolet) & I ... Spetrisls ,l }lMl* l..... Ptm or I.a. nee
I dealer ha to make room for the '&.. itS
it's America's Ut buy Hut don't .-alt.. : SEASONED LIMAS 5 99
Come in and SM how gnat the dials M 1 RGCArr1Y0RTII I ot <

are on these Ko. 1 cars. Come. in now 0 IDriORlFAiRLYG BEANS 4T ....w: WeWkiGRAPE 1-sV. I... Jai
while Ihrre'i ut! a big ..It't'tllof
rnoilrU arid rotor Conw pick jour ... JELLY m 35 ,
favorite while the Minfi slUl cwd. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER . t... ,
Neat wk may be rrw the ...... to tk* LARCNTnUtrtbutor !
t i too latr. I lIulT71 I m: /. 14 eta* la ibis A4Nrtrl msMl sew geed tan. Son. Aa*. UIII
Miller Tin* ,\"h"il. : . 4** X Oraao Ata. Or*. On >aH

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ROBERTS CHEVROLET . r rnraew.lnrr
Sinclair Station flat! S1M Use. 1 t a r ,

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t i 1 L2 Orange and Park Green Cove Sprint I III

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