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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: October 8, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
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lccn - sn 95026712
System ID: UF00079902:00144

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Geiger Changes Gas Name r


down a gasoline brand name used by Standard Oil

: A Matter of Fact Company (Kentucky) for more than 50 yean, la being replaced
bra new name Chevron. Park P. Geiger I II the


Ii'i' local U.bearing agent the new name bad to be placed on

30,000 gasoline pump In the company' 1.000 outlet in

five jUtet. In addition, all but the newest pump are beIng .
The University! of Florida's Jjceum Council supportedby repainted. The pumps will be red or blur, dependingon
the student government association, and the Depart the grade of gasoline. The Chevron trademark 1 II red,
ment of Music M ve.teamed together again this year in 'white and blue. at l1:JO
bringing top-notch ballets, opens and concert soloists to Work on this changeover hu been going on for the Y Jbfrn-

the Florida campus. past0 day, and the change was effective Tuesday a. a . their

One of the man. fnternaUwially recognized group "There will be no change In station Identification" .
to appear on campus This fall wffl be the American :Ballet Geiger said. As long u we have service stations in our

Theatre, rated among,the world's,finest ballet companies.The present marketing area, they will be Identified by the will .
troup will perform Dec. 2 with a full company of Standard 011 sign"Anyone come to j

about 80, nrtuding the.orchestr*. sit.. 1

Boris Ofldovsky's production of Puccini's La Scheme : 1111
Nov 3u ill be a fully-staged\ production complete For Gopher Stew? who sold.

with orchestra and scenery. Charley
The Coum-il's first attraction will be a piano solo brief

(Ott. 8 by Palma Sled eniewsUo International exchange
earth U .'
artist from Poland.
on eon- j'
Noted as one of America's great chamber music
groups, the Floe Arts String Qu.rtrt..wlll appear Nov 11 than 30

Featured artists will be Leonard Sorttn and Abram Loft .
Cre*
on violn, Gerald Stanick at viola, and George SopkJn on
,, How
vlolinrello. The quartet wfll play compositions of Haydn.
plank a-
Hlndemuth and Urahms. .
ma-
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Also Included will be violin solo Oct. 28 by an out.

standing young Italian artist Salvatore .Aocardo. ; 1 j York i
All concerts will begin at 8:1J: in the University.Auditorium. : \ nub .
Students are admitted free. The public la '
charged a nominal fee. 1

,The University; of Florida Symphony Orchestra will gnver In th* 1

:present concertos by Mozart end St. Baena In a special ul.. Alan'
concert
C'lnaJ..caJ'llOn.. <|. 'I
Miaa Carson Wfcodied in 1903, Initiated the music
Roland ,
program: at the University's P. K.'Yonge Laboratory School &. )
In 1934 :iind was a major fate: In mwblc education -
throughout Florda daring her lifetime
I"te '.
Maurwe Hinaon. erne of her former pvprta win be :
to thn of-
r ptaM*| lor:the concert .which take place to the",UnlTfr-. r : tmnts .

qty Auditorium at 1:11 p.m. I Th> first pi*** *f heavy "..,...1'I. ) and --
wID the establishmentOf
Tin BDcert "" .l11l'H01niu
I Ia' oa the alto .1 UM Jaha-MaavlUe > > prompt and 1"
BM'Clew J. Carson Memorial Music Scholarship Fund
SMtely I tltM yarss *f earth In ". lima al
DNwrdveudty.Other
I + J eMMlrwrtUn tsrt Th plant. the V
presentsUono Included tothe fall concert schedule
win b.* 711 feet hang will ever asses by all
will'be the annual Christmas concert b1 the Unlver- \
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I .n the II. .*,* tract. Comml-
city Choir -.nd Choral Union and symphony Orchestra I
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&to of.
Dee .t
Choir and Men's and"Women's Glee Club Nov. 24, last ill rear after the Spanish wwW a fart at what. ,

and a umber rtst faculty oonoerU.! ** ... Bayard. Na raaiaarta were manaed last w.*.-*adky Dr. Carter,
TheM will Include Edward Troupln. assistant\ professor Bn Seats .f tie Eagle heel of Oren Cove's Tr* p
of vlott at the Unlvcarfty Ttorlda and conductor of ilL D....... fibs lUldlng. the gaaber), ss senior. In. .
the Unlvtrslty flymphoay Orehestra. ak>ng with Willard ..... I* abova ea Ulnlag an aid roriec. of ItonaMBegwl Opens Office In

Break, atsttetant paofeasor of ".no here -who will presenta Ur ,..-.r Uw ("New yea test get U .... It right U

three pivt seta of Seethe-mi's viola and ptaa so. It takes a tang Han and wken yes get for....... yes',* Dr. Timothy Carter, optceir I

jtatas.The ke*.*. off .. threw H cwt and g* get yeo a good pUt. ., trial who has opened his offices h* I"t., f ci l
complete cycle whlrh wnsisu ot ten plan and art"|. mare .H was ... awterlly tuapst', the g.pherwas In the Drown DuUdlng' In Koch In

vJolln eoneertaswill n>e presented In the Medical Sconces .f .. ass In spite .( M. B>iai's ac'rW, The rwlaeeald Orange park la a native of hla "" / pfwatOent

Building Auditorium at 4 p. ra. 8pt. 37. Oct. 4 and Oct. II eat ..., ...., they earry la their' ,.b'.. Toy re.retved Florida II. wi graduated h* has | | ... Ctub.

Other faculty oncerU., sponsored by ihhe Ilepsrt. hwtrwHten en hew U gather fad and preside from Lee III,h tVhunl snl I In member .
mart Of Mums will be the Florida\ String Quartet Oct. 13.; shelter f.r thrir welfare. The mln.Ua a she eamswd .. Florida' Btat University, II* fl..... '. opon .

and a presentation by Harsh Traverse Turr. sopraw, th she .r ....1... .f ,.... 110. .... new own la* look hi* ovtumeuy at HoutM lit wee held
andWlllard BraaH, at the piano! Wot. t7.ORANGC aartewt feet aev. R. .. r.t Mllr Cater ItaMan U Orner '
era Colleg* of O4ometry| In former Oat. I, .i \
iMtrartar, IWwVy Mac..... .1..... Adrian Thlkaalt. aad.kaevnag Memphis where M was pre.l. and IhI i I
rABR ELEMC5TAKY' f.tJL hi the f." ,***.. lUl ...... dent of the student eauneil. old Krwtn. ii'

orcurao NIGIIT HUGE crcccn > Rptesq.J

The first fall Meting the Orante Park EmrntaryTJA : .devotloiial. j
By DATTO" 'ULIO A" One Was
Not An :
Pt week wao attended by over W people, ,
Tbc ,rogram oooalatcd of an Introduction of officers ..., flits

and oofnn.itt chairman who will guide the F.T-A. this AeproiinmUly 110 persons last Batur> charge of
f.*,. They are: PreaakJent LeRoy Smith; Vice Preaident day celebrated the nineteenth anniversary f ,.......d

Joha Hellciuth; Sent ry. Mrs. Shirley Murphy: Treasurer of esUBbanment\ of the Hope Chapter + n'lra Yh al UM I

4 PubVcationa. Mrs. Joba R. White. Jr., Hwtorian. of Alcoholics Anonymous They were, as stall kb ,,rda',, wY .., what.
Mrs Dean lV>bley; 1Ind ent p. Mrs. Ovorge A. aVboene, AA meetlnoa. Tom. DUk and harry 4 ,....* In

IlosptUttty, pus J, O. Wlemer: "'rlWrw .naD. Mrs. and Kihyl. Ethyl as the only on who **. Xor*. J
Lucille McLepJon: Recreatton. Barney Clark. Jr..i Boom not *n Inmate of Sauced Btate Prison I't nan .
RereaecteUve.. Wr*. Harold B. JacUon; !!bray. Mrs. J. P. when the eelrbration' was held. ..*.,..

Tynea. ",., avfl Defense. Jete Pwdf. ett; Musk Mrs. O. P.Montgomery Th non-lrunau. to Ethyl M. ....11... a .. / student

Jf4 Visual Aid. Mra dydc flicks Srltool gractou lady ef Tf year with wbM hair ( they had)

around. B. S. flouek; Iegtd'Sa. James X. Tonge; and flashing Mack eye*. A resident of 1 saonUi od
safety. Mr B. C. .II.....; Veattk A Welfare. Mr*. W Memorial Home Cwmmonltr. she Is pr*t' Pie talk
Dean Mooler: Clttawishlp A E4wo:-Uo.. Mrs. Jots I Cv- dent of the Ethyl: ... Mealand* Powdabon.a \ *... lad
dray: PuMMtjr. Mr*. & K. Manaflatd;. County CouneflRepresentative. ftafonwtdo maw profit organisation that .

JIlL Orrol Not, help alrohollca. shaJbp.
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Ethyl KeeUMl. a native of Michigan.was wee **.
8PIX:1AL: coMurrrrzs AJTO trtxrafUOcwven :
t, born of OMdiasi parent who ew .. | Wh-to.
CarntvaJ atorday, Oetsk 21. 1M4OeaersJ .
*. Prank
grated to Uw Untied Plates. soon after
Cbalman "- Rotert A. Matclwr theft ..ma *. ....... Mm
King ft. Queen OstttMt: Mrs. L. L. IfanOyCbuckwfoa After graeu ln- flew UM> CnrvenMy of .. Bmv ,
A Bootk 3. Olen AUred
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Michigan, .ta tMsrtng. Mia XwUivt* bad a ,". Deo .
Mrs lithe MobWy varied afar *. a private Mrs and U ptMd my rye and gv PW o vision and Isles and Mr*. Thomas J.
.
Boat Pair . PMroary tents ..* she kwraate supvrvWM' wavae st win to kt*. n made PM vial to !" Knight. ,... ckiahouM" and lax
Rr. X. P Monttoaacry. Jr. \ UM Vary Olaj CBnat at Permcy ParsneTtin \' Ts.ra fined In. hM eyes ore lilt std this. lice wen ""*fsl d In a Mallown -

FkM' Dy .. . . AIr J. 1'44 \ y*.*w latrr. ...* rti" ,*d. sad start Tn ....*.idcii*. wbfen she ranlodon motif,

Barney C Ork Jr. ed a nr. *.er, wfat ha ..... Imam cab lass a.na. hft'.d IMT eonraani The nest ncvtlag *f th*
IL Boiirware. prtadpaJL tntredatr the feOowin leather has rak.n drte" ... ...* welsh ah* sprat M UM IMMM of Mia VIA. will k* Thuraday! fto*>.

par UM year: Pleat Orade Mrs McUndon and Mr. A harts of MIll ..**ba4s. * ... !. Pa.ii In Pnny PrM., I. at $U noon Mrs W.rwUkK .

BtoDnwerckt BMrnd Ones Mrs. Miser err MIL Kinderaaa Uk same m*..4.*.o |* UM ....&.. .. F* MM ttocUnd fr.4 brsae ....*&IIW .nny, fMlrvMn. of * ; Thud trade torn PHrk .... MM DM<*M: ford Okay Primer' but Md M way V* tH oath Mr. r/brtow at UM A A. *rtnl.enryto .lion win b* .In ,hn ol U**
Povtlt trade Mr. Mists and Mrs Astor; PtfUi Orde Uwr9. M.. ).....Ad offered" U dm* herM IM Mr, OBrUn *.. u... es tonal precram.nnoif.
Mss CM* earl Mr Wright: Btsth Or-de Mr* the ".'... end tacrrur *f UM A A. |nN a> al ..,tM.

....., Mr. UbhTcM. Mrs .... Mr. Is tss4. and MrsMarne. At the pAsse air ..c a pea IfMwna Alta kM uMfg .... Nabbed, My.CTBrU HOUCCOMIMOTh 4 t.,

TDM Tk*> r,," KM teat ..... set Raapto ..... t. CattlwaJ$ whar IMa BtUWi Baptist Church .
A HJOf kwdflrt vae adopted. for tht fast. included Mar, and h* ... twig" arhrrd> UM /e'ewl.4 rfM*titi ff aM hbtw. .... its .hat. .tU annual homv.insaing .. '
la II were SMBM*!*** protacu o< pwrUKeJag f m fee ant d.y. Mar soft apaOn pare *f Mwiu atba. less S of has *4auril0s> for Mass ot onday, .
raosna. an tnsr caw tnao UM dial .... sad dMrs> Uaaof h..,. aordtn 1.
gry eec I avrmar of UM Map ssfei.. II" (rBrtasi n* *d Ih. *riaaj ** M UM flee Connie Johmotvf0
Tiaaal aid usenet for UM we of each tMcttT 0...p of AliMCV Aftonywms H luijPr **-:. ... Th ethyl M .......* PoMndaNM sad '
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A rrpuea. eel hrld artrr thbe .sung. at tk a9: *nU**M.... tiirw ...... gat *.oj...... glib UM teactwr a.. ......... e/ fits .. W rpH hew UM A- A fr* r>a* t>M .la SMppactod lusty ky U,. QBrlMacJ vn aid II c/tlack o'ibxk servte 0undrashttnl
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the P.TJL. CasosUv* BrdTb ci Patkrt La cftoruTh
wn.wbro and friend of the
MM rx ., BMI C *9 p* betel s. Ts"ML Hr tatmatproa maenad, I/rs $stsn1. ..... w .s iip 1 M a-_', |MOT**( In IM reourk* .hur.A t/W Asp "nmr on th*
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PAGE TWO (lay!! (Eounty Orescent THURSDAY. OCTOBER I. ig64.


GREEN COVE P.TA PLANS TWO CASUALTIES AT


QIanni" GIrcscent t.f. And the Fever Left Her / I Plans ANNUAL are being CARNIVAL made for The CLAY Clay HIGH High GAME Blue D<.X...

the annual P-TA Carnival lost their third straight t ,me

By THE VERY REV. FRANCIS SAYRE, JR. 1 / n which will be held on Saturday of the season to the Ft: i, ,,.

of Episcopal) Cltht'dralEditor' "Y October 31st.General dina Pirates Friday n i h>t
Washington
Dean ( r
Smile Dent Ya! Chairman for thi.fear' Terry Carlisle and Mark \,,"bb
( Notes: Dean Sayre's sermon In Washington
will be Eugene were both Injured In the
carnival K''ne
Cathedral on Sept 13 Is perhaps the mod controversial
and Coach Billy
Smile Burlington Is here. polilico-theologlcal statement made In this decade by a Klrker Montgr': ''
Mrs Jack Sum parade is said to have suffered ., ( ,1
lending churchman. The sermon says many thugs, perhaps "
Smile, Climate Conditioning is here. advises that the parade lapse sometime after tht
the moat Important of them Is the need of the church chairman H.
Smile, Johns-Manville Is here. today to deal with today's problems. Because of what It will start this year from posing team scored its t I.d.
School at touchdown, though thu .
the old Reinhold ( ,
Crescent herein with
says, explicitly and Implicitly, The ,
,that was on Its economic prat less plans will not be confirmed.
For a community 4:30: o'clock Further
the permission of Dean Sayre, publishes major excerpts
,
this Is Indeed a happy diversified trio. Clubs or In almost every quart :: '
later.
than two years ago, from that sermon. Dun 8are, the elder grandson of be announced tie
Burlington Is far and .away the greatest textile manufacturer !* Woodrow Wilson, was educated at Williams College and business interested in entering( Blue Devils' under Jay Ocv ..bInd \'

on earth and one of the great corporations in the Episcopal Theological Seminary at Cambridge, Man) Pictured above from left to right are Rev. Gordon N. a car or float are asked to con- with the running of Liar

America. Bar any criteria you choose, Johni-Manvllle Is a Craig, Clay County chairman of the Red Cross, Richard tact Mrs Saam at 284-9370. Looney got within Fen I ,.. .

marvelous company Which reminds us that some of our "And he touched her hand, and the fever left her Sapp, fund chairman of the County Red Cross Drive and dIn.', 20-yard line Each -imc,

citizenry had better soon learn the company's proper and the arose and ministered unto Him. the Rev C. E. van der Maaten *s they observe the certificate ORANGE PARK WOMAN'S they failed to score.

name. It II two Johns, one man and one ville. It Is neither St. Matthew 8:15: awarded to Mr van der Maaten "In grateful recognition CLUB WELCOMES Femandlna played a fine of.

John ManDEvllle, Johns Mindevllle or anything but Johns fensive and a defensive
of volunteer services rendered aa fund campaign SEVEN MEMBERSThe amt
A woman I know told me of a time when she once
dash Manville). And Climate Is a-bulldlng. They scored In the first
consultant Red Cross campaign chairman. Orange Park Womana qu ;r-
witnessed that mortal fascination a snake Is said to be
We will be exxpected to do many things we never able to exercise over a bird. She came upon a little bird, Club held a reception on October ter. At the halftime it was 'c.'

heard of before; we will be called on to do things a mill motionless, fatally transfixed by the unblinking stare of 1, In honor of the follow- only touchdown scored, In th'

tat) installation has made us too slothful to have bothered a reptile coiled in the leaves. She watched, full of pity, Rev. van de Maaten HonoredAt ing new members: Mrs. K. third quarter Fernanda

with; and for those who are or become employes of one full of the sadness of life to think a tiny, throbbing, Scales, Mrs H. S. Spillars, Barry Rice broke loose f
of these three great companies, the rule will be, as It was free thing should be so invisibly bound. She reached out Red Cross MeetingThe Mrs W. L. Butch, Mrs. L. 30-yard fun, setting up *

put some months ago by Conway Owlngs, "a fair day's her hand; by the motion the spell was broken; the bird Dlnamore, Mrs S. D Marvin, touch-run by Richard Schomas. .

work for a fair day's pa)'." aroused, flew off, wheeling( in the sky with a little chirpof Mrs J. H. BroulUette, Mrs.. .
Whatever the coat to anyone of us, the presence of life. Quarterly Meeting of The Board also heard a report J. R. White. Fernandins's best quarter

. these three manufacturers In Clay County is a happy, The miniature drama enacted in that leafy glen put the Board of Directors of the telling of the opening of Mrs Lee N. Duncan gave a was the fourth when they'

. future. Anyone who can't smile at Clay County Chapter of the Red Cross shelters during the of the Orange Park scored two touchdowns
happy augur for our my friend in mind of the great act of Ood's mercy, by ( resume
this embarrassment of riches should be exiled to Orange which He too, day by day, breaks the trance of our imprisonment American Red Cross heard reports hurricane. More than 1,400 Woman Club's history In or. The Devils next week s'i 1'1'i

Park where they have private tutors who teach people to and gives us back our freedom. How like the concerning relief operations residents used der to familiarize the new meet the Baker County HU'h
Clay County
Hurricane (bra.
frown at Oreen Cove and everything about It. little birds we arel Nothing( nothing at all to hinder our during the facilities.Mr. members with the club. gridders at home.
Rev. Oordon Craig, chairman,
Smile, That stranger may have a dollar In his pocket.Or flight, except we are absorbed, mesmerized, captured by 1964 Red
presided. Richard Sapp,
better itill, he may smile back at you the creeping fever of a greedy stare. The consuming MAIL MESSENGER SERVICE The Dodge Coronet feature'
The Oreen Cove Springs office Cross Fund Chairman, announced -
gamble-game of eat-or-be-eaten, the earthborn fears and BIDS OPEN IN GREEN COVE flanged rear axles with tapere'!
of the Red Cross rendered that than 12,900
more
lusts whose fascnatlon Is fatal and In whose clasp we recognize Postmaster Richard Sapp of roller bearings that provide:
financial assistance to It families was contributed by Clay Count -
\ the dwelling of death. Yet, all the while, we stand Oreen Cove Springs announces greater load-carrying capacities
In the Clay County area, residents during the Red
immobile and cowardly before the blandishment of the that bids will be received for than other designs,
Red Cross grants totaled Cross Fund Campaign held in
jottikkctby snake Our wings await the signal; the motion of pity mill messenger service between
11,94500 These cash grants the spring and early lummer.
that will break the spell, revive the Impulse of liberty, and the Oreen Cove Springs! CARD OF THANKS
were In the form of purchase Mrs Thelma Kirkland hadbeen
break the unseen power of our bondage. That motion that Post Office, the Atlantic Coast To all the wonderful friend
DUNCAN GRONER orders for food, clothing, building nominated by the Board
loving gesture of freedom, la what Ood does when He Line Railroad. Penney Farms who remembered me w t t"

I somehow find It quite disconcerting that as of to* sends His Son. It's what Peter and Matthew and John and I repair, furniture, occupa as Home Service Contact and Oreen Cove bus station. cards, flowers thoughts ,III''
tlonsl supplies and equipment Worker for the Red Cross In
day, less than four weeks from the election, we have not, Paul and all the rest saw in Jesus "He touched her Applications for bids and fur- prayen during( my accident
The Hurricane Dora Disaster
to my knowledge, had a single word from Louis Huntleyas hand," reads the Scripture story of the morning so Clay County. ther information may be obtained may I say thank you from the
Relief Team of the Red Cross Mr John 0 t Field
r a n ,
to what he proposes to do for Clay County If he Is simple, so silent, so unobtrusive His love. "lie touched her from Mr Sapp at the bottom of my heartSincerely,
ssslgned Miss Mildred Laws of American Red
Representative,
elected to the State legislature hand, and the fever left her, and she arose and ministeredto Oreen Cove Springs Post Office ,
Kansas City, Mo., to the Clay Cross, presented a certificateof
Louis Huntley very probably feels he will be elected Him. OEOROE!: E.. CARLISLE
County Chapter for a 10 day merit to Rev. C. E. van der
If he does not open his mouth. All of us here this morning have, I am sure, In some
period to assist In the taking Maaten for his leadership! in .
known the of this I have
private measure power grace
This li the terrible weakness ef a one-party system; and processing of Red Cross Red Cross fund raising In
been trying to describe. But we are yet only a tiny minor.
the one-party system that Farris Bryant has paid such Disaster Relief applications. northeast Florida, NEW AND
ity who know this In our age. To moat of mankind our ._ ,
high tribute to. - - ---- -- -
talk of Ood's Incarnation Is but a lovely poem, or, worse,
would Barry Ooldwater will carry the County
I
guess some kind of lotus-drug in which they find no comfort, USED CARS
In the Presidential election Ooldwater Is a candidate who
but only delusion. And even we ourselves, we who still
evokes more pure emotion \than any candidate I can think wear the badge, of Christ among the disillusioned company A H ellllFII11erai
of since Franklin Roosevelt was running. Ooldwater'sadvocates Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc.Green
art not so sure, Yes, we hive known Ood's beautyin .
who ,
regard him as some sort of white knight
the Intimacy of our own lives In a child's trusting
Is going to be able to turn back the clock It he Is elected. Cove Springs
Ills detractor regard! him M a mischief maker and a nut. love perchance; or in some friend's forgiving understand Home When A Better Deal Is Made Van Neat Win Make It!
Ing after what we have done! or In some private rescue
Their emotions art pretty well summed up by old H.mTruman' It .
Yes we've known that.
from personal disaster STOP IX -
crack that Ooldwater has been running up and
But when It comes to thou larger affairs of our natKm'rflwttny CI.AJILKSUEJM I IM
down the country "m klne'an ass o( himself," v.u_..?_ or the rtv'lrt< "bf whole races of men, and SEE AND DRIVE THE '65

It Is mainly because I don't think OoldwaternM a' peoples, and Ideologies; then It's ever so much harder to Funeral Director ,

Chinaman'i ehanct 'of being elected that I wish Clay see the Cross that Ood places In the midst of the welter,

County would not give Um Its vote. In the years just much less the Resurrection by which Ht redeems the affairs Phone 2S4-9CDC!){ !)(
ahead we shall need the friendly earabf> every man In Phone '".11" Direct Due
of men. and by massive forgiveness ambles us to endure f'"
office In Washington and It will not gland to our
high and even to be free.Is GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA to lax tM-IOIS GCS

credit that we have voted our emotions fir Ooldwater then, the scale of Ood so small the power of the HYVY. II EAST P. 0 BOX 441
with Lady Bird's hubby In the While House.
Almighty so confined we must fall to see Him standing

But even more than a rapport with the powers In out there In the larger affairs of life, It the crossroads, -

Washington the County will need to effect some new shall wt say, of each election at the bar of every parliament

line of communication In Tallahassee Tom Adams who upon the border of every headline spawning conflict

might have been expected U> help his native county has His hand still outstretched, His pity at our self.

been too busy running against Farris Bryant for the next Imprisonment and His proffer of the springs of life If

'vacancy In the Senate to be of any aid and Bryant him only wt will shift our ease, and stretch our wings toward

self has behaved very openly as It he thought Clay County Him.

belonged to Georgia and If It dldnt ftiat It might at least I suspect thousands, even millions, of our countrymen

secede from Florida and leave him alone, this summer, viewing the extravaganzas that were pro The Bank of Green Cove Springs

Huntley, If he Is elected, or Harold 11111, If a miracle ducal at the Cow Palace In San Francisco and at Conven

should occur, will be a freshman legislator And a freshman tion Hall at Atrantle City, felt something like the Israel

legislator when the State Is confronted with sn edict lies must have felt when finally they were thrust Into

from the United States Baprtmt. Court to reapportion the exile The Book of Chronicles we read It this morning

legislature, It Is far from Inconceivable that by January we records that the last of their kings hardened his heart Loans For Home

will have no legislator of our own; that we will be represented against Ood, the messengers of God were mocked Ood's Housing ImprovementFHA

by some seasoned solon from another county.In house was defiled and burned and the people were car

the meantime, the County will need the moat artlculale sled off Into Babylon. Likewise, exactly! likewise, this sum

and persuasive spokesman It can get mer, we beheld a pair of gatherings at the summit of Title I

I find In Harold Hill a sort of dogged sincerity, but political power, each of which was completely dominatedby

I very little persuasion or articulation. He has tried to dis- a single man the one, a man of dangerous Ignoranceand

ruse his views to the voters, his public relations have devastating uncertainty; the other, a man whose Three loa,... can be graced to any property\ vuttrr M/K it i>urflia. public house 1s splendid In Its every appearance, but whose
been extraordinarily poor I think, and he has apparently
failed to do what he hat so frequently been urged to do; private lack of ethle must Inevitably Introduce termitesat or A foundation. The electorate of this mighty nation
get enough money to put on a real campaign I the very
.U left homeless, then by such a pair of nominees. It
In Louis Huntley I find something that resembles theold
knows not where to turn. Our people are In a great dilemma
belief In the divine right of kings or, In this In.
and there ls no corner of the country you may
stance, of Democratic candidates Louis Huntley told me
visit today where you do not feel this profoundly. We stare
he would not debate the banes with Harold Hill; that he
fascinated at the forces that have produced such a sterile
would discuss them In his own good lima
choice for us: frustration and a federation of hotUtltles In
This Is obviously his Hint. But before the election I UAkEYOURHOMrIMPROVEMENTS
one prty; end in the other, behind a goodly facade, only
would like to know what Louis Huntley thinks the Issues cynical manipulation of power ,

are. I ,would like to know en what "Issues ht will becomeour There ls at this moment a widespread sense of root-

artlcurate and persuasive spokesman. God have His placeat
leas exile among our people may yet

Can he persuade the State to pay the County anymore the hearth of each man's home, but It's awfully hardto

than the pittance It now receives In lieu of taxes discern His grace In the public lift. And yet In the end .

on the vast Stale reservation known aa BUndlng on which this U not the fault of any of our so-called Waders, for ;

the State makes a handsome profit every year from du- they but only reflect what they so cannily ptrrleve to be I

Pont Company royalties Can Louis Ilunuey persuade the the preoccupation el every tingle one of us. Fvw epee are

Development Cemmlaalon to look with any more favor lifted In this nation to a aobler purpose than selfish gain.

than It has In the put on our numerous Industrial attest Who, then, remains to bear witness to the wondrous

Can Louis Huntley f'nuad.be State Road Department power and mercy of Ood. as potent for a whole people as

to do any more than lip emire to our highway needs for a single .adlvUualt

Klllway U Is a shame to any state that pretends to call nit touched her hand and the fever left her and

Itself prorn-!", Highway U to Bt. Augustine .Is, If the arose and ministered to Htm." Aa Invisible strength to 0

possible, worst. break an equally lartslble bond this Is the movement BANK pREEN COVE SPRINGS

r I dent know chat Louis Jlllnt\t'\ ,'. relations with "1'- the gesture of fmdam. the reaching out el a hand thai taOod't f

don Burns art and I dons think they are as Important as to make and not ours. And It Is Oodt IncaraUon

he scorns to think Because Oomrtor tlumt will be tar, far all the affaire of mass

too busy to wet-nuree any frtshmen kglalatera Ditto lot How shall we bear wit ise to that .sn the Church

Charley Johns. and out. en Sunday and en every other day, at we go to

Bpeak up Mr Hunuvy. I dldnt catch what you said. the polls and as we stay hornet This Is the responsibility The County's Oldest and Largest Bank

that Ood lays" before" tmros el ue this dy and In the

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THURSDAY OCTOBER S, ItU
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- FiRST METHODIST CHURCH Mrs A. L. Lockheart of Mt.

Clay CountyServicemen I10LLET BURNS CHALLENGES TO STATE I TO OBSLRtE: He & Dora recently visited the Rev
SUNDAY and Mrs. Daniel L. Snyder of
POSITION
.v:. .t e i0a Leon Scott Taylor l Farms MHC.
'l1e Charles R. Holley Republican Uadeot the First

. '1\. Candidate for Governor IW Church Jacksonville, \ The Rev. C. M. Ackerman
ht"De! says he has clearly stated nil , the speaker for the D. LITERS Phone 5:9-131 will be the preacher at the

Second Class Edgar beliefs, day after day without A service at the
Airman I servance of Layman M 19, by William Jordan a mem- morning Penney
" T. Clarke Jr. of Green Cove contradiction and without at the Often CONS at ber of the Restoration and Memorial Church next SundayOn

.( has graduated from the tech. change, and he challenges .j Methodist. Church\ 11Uf' Preservation Commute of St. Wednesday Oct. 14 at

(.;. nical training course for U. 8 Haydon Burns to make a clear at 11.00\ a. mMr u n d at I AuguHtinr Mr Jordan w.ll 730: o'clock the Rev R S

'oJ' Air Force air armament me statement of his position and I Taylor an exe They' speak on ''Die Past, Present. Ouptlll will lead the prayer

dwe chanics at Lowr7 AFB Colo. stick to it. the Southern Bill York : and Future of St. Augustine. meeting

,, : Airman Clarke, now a specialist In a speech at a rally in 1- Company m the I The public Is Invited -

in the F-100 Jet fighterarmament Martanna. Holley said "I have licensed total preacher The Stamp Club will meeton

\ system. 1s being assigned left no doubt about the fact \ i; Methodist Church Pi enjoyed I Mr and Mrs Raymond 8\\'i- Thursday Oct 15th, :3

'byto to one of the more than that I am a Conservative. I I I Mr Tajlor'a a>> II the Sari of MIIC were the recipients p m, at the home of the Rev

250 installations worldwide have been supporting Barry Jacksonville he was I and his ot a gift of airplane tickets and Mrs. E. L. Ferris There

,''t,. where Air Force combat and Doldwater for years I believeIn .th the Southern Belt returned I to Michigan and return In will be a quii on U. S Stamps

Ime support units are based the Constitution. I believe in phone Company In Id 1 I he was order that they might. attend Bring your Albums or catalogues .

The airman a graduate of state's rights I believe in free<< While in Miami he "as : the Re.l the dedication of a new sanctuary .

01- Clay High School, has an enterprise. I believe In government day School teacher 8 for the First Presbyterian

me A.A. degree from St. Johns at the level closest to the officer and member of I P*r. Church of Alma Mich, on

I r. River Junior College and is a people. ficial Board of the [ AthelU Oct.: 11. This Is the home
'he: former student at the University "I am opposed to the programs Methodist Church husband church of the Bwlgarts, where CHURCH NOTICE

them of of national socialism r Mr Charles l of New their combined membershipstotal CltRIRTIlV RCIENCK80CIETT
Florida ,. ldsic'
sponsored by the ADA. I am .,, Leader will be in charge Oracry taO years On Oct 2.. the

raha Dennis C. Fitz-Oerald. USN opposed to ADA objectives that program his wife Hwlgarta will\ stteivl the annual ('or. r.. llouiton St. A.

on of Mr. and Mrs Winthrop will help the Communists such J1 I' homecoming of Alma College N. Magnolia Are

C Fitz-Oerald of Orange Park is recognizing Red China and CAIIING AIL a Presbyterian Institution \ RUN ('On SPRINGSII.ORiDA

began basic training Sept 22 living them a seat in the UN.readmitting GIRL SCOUT from which Mr Swlgart

rter at the Naval Training Center Cuba to the OAS BI1VG: FORMED 60
was graduated years ago
her San Diego. The nine-week eliminating the House Un- Ml fRiyiNTibN wiiK(' bCT.OIEt,6.2' The Olrl Scout. leaders Thomas from and where later he served for Subject

training Includes naval orientation American Activities Commit. like to announce the ., they several years on the faculty.They ARE: SIN DISEASE! AND
will history and organization tee and eliminating loyalty ....... SMI* .l r* IMwwIM schedule of meetingsuivwmn Haven will also Visit. their DEATH REAL'O"o
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ordnanceand oaths. I am bitterly opposed to III
lehIrm 1 seamanship mil meet en and his brother and deter Prof. and

gunnery military drill, the. ADA. and as Governor. I THE COUNTRY GARDEN CHILDREN'S'' CHOIRORGANIZED day October 13, at. . their' Mrs. rrnest: F Barker of Ann r 11. 1954From
Kill contact other Conservative Methodist Church '' ,
first aid and survival HOME OF AT Aibor
MET AT ,
Governors and urge them to Immediately after (' - -- -
CHURCHA
MRS. JOE IIUNTLEY METHODIST they.
airman make their voices heard In will Include girls in
red James L. Burroughs
Chldren'i Choir has been 10th Col and Mrs Fmlsrlck; W
.'IdrICI. apprentice USN son of Mr. Washington. Thhe first meeting of 18st. Methodist and 3rd grade and all Conn..
organised at the First Webbley of Brooklyn,
and Mrs Leonard Buroughs of "., opponent has made 65 year of The Country Oar I Church Mrs WinifredBlodgett Brownie scouts Mrs .\ the Swet and a brother-in-law and sister
Doctors Inlet, is partlclatlng some whimpering? noises about den was held at the home of I ger will be in charge:
Oreironr
ls the dierctor Boyi n., says, of Mrs. R R. w
In a Naval training operation being a conservative to try to Mrs. Joe Huntley in Middle- group.
A Children's Choir has beer Penney anent five days last week with
called "Exercise Union Square"off fool the voters but on September burg last Thursday Minnie A troop of junior
organised at thhe. First Methodist sprained the Gregorys. In their honor
ad.Ili' the coast of California 4th, newspapers report.ed Lou Clark and Eleanor Richardson Scouts, which includes: held In the
Church Mrs Winifred given up a dinner party was
t while serving aboard the attack that Burns had taken over served as co-hostfssea. the. 4th 5th and 6th Gueata
Friday
Blodgett Is thhe director Boys Quadrangle on
USS Hancock the Johnson-Humphrey campaign books were distributed and all) Brownie ,
aircraft carrier New -
year
Mh and
Mr
ttti Wrbbleys
and girls In the 3rd. 4th back to Included the
In P.lo r l let.. Everyone members ,
meet
to the twenty-two on Thursday
"nl and 6th grades are invited Mrs. K J Ellis, Mrs MaryStorey
the' knows that. Humphrey is the present. A gift of appreciation at the Pint. Methodist' M
Practices are held on Sundayevening and Miss Anna
George J. Mayo machinist'smate most notorious member of the was liven to the put Mrs. George Israel
.. Ooodhall.
at 6:30 .t the church. of
second class. UBN, ton ADA. president Mrs John W. Huntley \ scout leader for this arranged

,LE of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mayoof *X challenge Haydon Burns II. RAMBLER HOLIU! There Is slo s Cadet presented Mr and Mrs Wealry re,.
Orange Park, recently reported to clearly state his position Thhe program "Birds" was formed In Green Cove
LINE ON PRICES! m 0 rill man and Mrs W M. nlch.l.d.r -
- with respect. to Johnson. W. 8 McCul- Includes 7th and Ith
for duty aboard the destroyer given by Mrs. and
American Motors' Corpora. ; Oct, of Fuatls: and Mr.
USS Davis, operatingout Humphrey and the ADA." lough Of PaUtka, who U a girls Mrs W R. Simons roof

of Newport. R. L Mayo member of Audubon\ Society. '1 tlon has announced I It is holdIng leader of this troop to cellar '

entered the service In July rtORIO WinE COMMUN10N In order to attract birds It la the line on price on its irnu. 'noTtm I
, DAY SUNDAY, OCT 4 feed and lines A modern Traveler home
1854 necessary to have expanded 1164 Rambler .
) is TMK CIM NTV \.,' policy ghee you roof lots
.
water for them all year and With adjustments for equipment '
The First Methodist Church VI HT IN AND mM County Property
Har tot hoursend
Christian churches place this near trees or shrubs changes from optional I to H"l'NTV "I IH'I' I protection yew
MRS. i. W. STEWART will 'Join IN monvricN't : Hs contents'In one tconetm-
PS HONORED ON 92ndBIRTHDAY I the world over In the observe for protection I standard most I9BS prices remain "' 11 .11'if. h kit package. A.II"* tot detail
I
IN It. gawewani'AI.ICS :
ann of World-Wide Comman- The next meeting will\ be virtually unchanged from .
MI. I II. about our umbrtls of Insurant
Sunday October 4, 1(64 held October 22 10:00: o>)oct laat year Several hardtop I. W. Brown
on rihiv. tor home.
i! Mrs. J. W. Stewart was honored > Nmtwa' or i "' your
home of Mrs. S E. models however, have ben reduced .
on her 12nd birthday last Members and friends of the at the rims rivet 1"11"" :
Doctors Inlet The JThomas. AII.M"l.TM.rnNI
Sunday evening at a surprise ftnt Methodist. Church are In. Hlckerson. 'N ends .0.. And Associate*
cited to be present. for this program will be "Fruit. BurI A. Coupe automotive Til AU WMUM IT M'"I'M
party given by her nephew rESIN ...4 teal Mete IVeker -
and his 'wife, Dr and Mrs. service at. 11.00: A.M.. Inn I Plants sales vice president, said NirrtfK I. h.r.kr ...
I .. .. ,., RUkway. 11 One,. Putt SMITH\
MTF ELECTS OFFICERS "In terms of customer benefit, 1 Ca 01.4 r 'I. J J. SLATER
Harlan Johnston at their new "..........,... 4. IWifill flea .N..... -
The Senior High Methodist we have taken. steps that in effect ". Cabala at All. N. I.
home on Ortega Forest Drive BOOIT UHOOTENANNY
PARK
ORANGE ,
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represent'tnlce decreasesWe s.a.nii Ik i i *
Jacksonville Among toped Youth Fellowship elected! the .. .! .la.'A.
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following officers: President not only made basic product . l:al I ii.a'I :lr ta Ik* ; INS AGENCY'1 '\
Mrs C L. Oel-
present were: SUPPER:
SPAGHETTI but. have also a hit r...m.. j "10.r..
ger 8r., Mr and Mrs. Stewart trUe Mulford, Secretary advance Jsdr..e fl 1.r Ccwste .
will be made some Items standard that: as. N.....ml>.. IS lest, i Radio & TV
A spaghetti supper
Oelger. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Treasurer. Joan Crawford; I ......1 "t Ik. ..... .ti4 Ones ('.,. Baringstl
the Orange Park were extra cost options last .. ,
- Newman. Mrs. A. B. rommltUe Chairmen: Pat 81')' served in 4' II.r t A4mlniilr 1
I "".,"t.i N.e *, .k. r.i.i.
OttDberI' year" !
!Nertk Orange
-. Bhands and Mr and Mrs. L. 'm, Terry Fullerton Bonnie Cafetortum on Friday M l I..m .rl. 1>M<...... MOTOHOLA(( coo KKNITH: ,. i
1 30 o'clock. The IMS Rambler AmerUan.beginning \ ..
from 4:JO until : llrl.l. S ISSSuua.1S
M Mr and Mrs Jrysn, Larry Lancaster, and f
Johnston
I r.,Mn, I. Phase ... ....
C L. Oelier, Jr Cathy Robinson The Method-! supper will Include the at W7 for the 120 .4m..l..rl.r d.. :\OIun'I".r.NCH: !
at Youth Fellowship meets ;I'- and the coat 1s $100 two-door sedan remains thelowest N.All.. .MI., 11. mk.... -

Tire strength U baaed on Jundiy evening at I'J* at the adults and T5e for children priced V B-built automobile u..... .....< OH AH Main' tt Mmlrtt"
Prices\ Include I the (a.I. |ti
under UFollowing
the rapacity of the cord not Irst Methodist Church. larryfay -=::::- --- COVNTT OVUH II BAM j"
the supper there Weather Eye hosting and ventilating . .. ., ....... nAtietla
Is the councelor for the -- --
of accordingto
the number ply,
Hootenanny atCotney system, standard on ......... ----
will be big
Dodge engineers. -,croup- - --- Stadium a Many. performers all Ramblers for 'II. idC :: Ntrrtt - (J irccn. Coy Sprint" ; ........ ......... I
1'l.one 3HI-3I2-J:
have already registered In announcing IMS prices

to appear There are a Coupe emphasised that quoted I -

Don Pool'sKLF.ICRTTCTC few more openings for amateur Rambler prices are prices as .I THEATRE

performers For Informs they actually appear on ears
.
Greeei C. ."t.
COM ummal'PallMtCe lion phone Mrs' C. Nil at 214- In dealer showrooms i
Of the company's 2t models M... Tt.,. Tk r \
A D...*, Ores C.v* 2)11The
Master' of CeremonlM for ISIS all are new addition Previews" Til P.

0,.. 14 ... tatty Day for the evening I U a well known to the Classic and AmbaaaakwUHM ".1.,. Till P M.t.I. .U

local celebrity. Thm Include three. models
6ill. .
1'IaIIM-a-a. RetireD..bl. ( ".Iw.
It la hoped you win plan to In the new Ambassador MO
La4si Me It-U. Slagte ......1 as.n.n Sprightly 1
Dr71 lie bring the whole family and serfs a new Class no.II rrMsr I ,..,.,.. 1 sn4 ; ,

enjoy the fun on October hardtop and two new con* ..,. A *..*. t PM ('.. '
beautiful tJuick
KYKBTBOOr WIXCOMIt: I Tickets for the Hootenannywill vertlblrs. In the Cla
be Me. and Ambassador HO aeries I
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I Green Cove SocialsMr. I OPEN HOUSEPOSTPONED WANTED CLERK:SUBSTITUTE.SUBSTITUTE. I "mUIAL !WOTICIC 6SO Dodteraffen.atew( sedan:.wltlr six lIcit Custoll\1n.

dow. The
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CARRIER FOR PENNEX i IN THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF1'H&.1'01U.1'H expanse n
; JL'UIUALCIKCU1T. glass off TOTS better
and Mr. Lewis Monti fore reporting to Shepherd Air FARMS POST OFFICE. slop c% IN ANU KOli LlAlftOUNrr. visibiit.
an returning to their home Force Base In Wichita Falls The County Health Center ; KJXKIOACHANCKKY
I Postmaster J. S. Batten. NO. lullBOU1H
in White Plains New York If. Texas where he has been assigned open house scheduled al' J BI1UOKLYN SAVINGSliAMC

ter visiting with her mother for Oct. 18, has been postponed (I Penney Farms announces thai t tl a curporBtion. flamtitfOBNB lIEN.STOP* L O o g'
for the Civil Service "I.
"JoIJ'a. Charles Mlshur and her to Nov. 1. application ALLEN pORTER andJEAMCT1K READ! Tftfe StBTOISE0
Kate Walters left last Examination, for the MAH1K FUKTH.K.; -
Mrs. positions
officials said
later and brother In law, Mr Health Dept. UffendanuoruBOKsur .
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wit. have
D. C.. lUn bf'errweit.lnc fortVOOD.IRD .
and Mrs. Harry E. Rudder week for Washington, an Important meeting is of substitute clelrk and %
she will Join her sister substitute carrier at the Pen TO Oena .
airs Mlschur is returning to where scheduled in St. Augustineon Jan.tlW: n.IPort.rrhawit, lOa !MENa
White Plains with them for a for m trip to the. World's F'jr Oct. 18. ney Farms Post Office are now KviUdmu Unknown distinctive new approach

few months visit in New York. Following this The new $100,000 modernistic beln accepted Further Information Jeanette Tou. Urns Marl Allen Porter Porter, bl. wlf and, to','masculine grooming, A

they will go on to Boston and health center on concerning these positions are hereby natlfled that a wrtalnmoruig comDlalni. complete line ef grooming

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bar Hanover, Mass. Idlewild Avenue was com can be obtained from to* o londoaa( the followln a de- ntUls'for-tRr' active mIlD

din. of Tampa recently cele Roster le pleted during the summer Postmaster Batten. crlh.d Thlrtx real property(10. Block toIxt -*!ThraIU. *- . . prietd.with the avtr .

brated their 80th wedding an Britt a patient in and now provides working I MKAliOWBKOUK. Unit S, age bHget. tIc mind. Fra.grances .
recorded In
plat
nlversary Mr. Bardln former. Clay Memorial Hospital. facilities for the depart. FRIDAY DEADLINE* acoordln Flat Book to I. papal 11 and IS, extlusivety: masculine
ment's 13 full time employes. FOR" PP 1C II i'I of th. curr-at public record .t boldly rorrmttratal
ly of Oreen Cove, is the only I Clay Cou...,. Florida, u
.brother of Mrs Sara Bardin : Mrs. R. C. Harrington left. baa. bean filed. against you Md Uit'f hours.
on Tuesday for her home In J. P. Revels announces that t you arc Sxrtby required laIT

Ballock. I Drexel Hill, Penna., after THE RATTLER THAT this year's Punt,. Pass, and! .Dl-4lnir* a cope' to.tin of complaint your anawar on the or KATHLEEN' BAYER

spending the summer at the WOULDN'T GIVE IP Kick competition will be one DUUUKfattorn.y,. Marfca, FOi: for m -

''Mr and Mrs O. R. Looney Qul-Si-Bana. Mrs. Barringtonis of the biggest of its kind. for Gray IMi fiaat Yatp.Nmyth Conroy Street.a qilSfta J.-kionvllle. -, ORREIt'COiE fPRINGS: ,
1 last
observed their bOth wedding the grandmother of Frank Sherwood Oustafson boys I through 13. It's. free, Florida and file the Phone ttt-SU3
weekend tangled with. a 68- orlKln.l ...wer or DlpadlnlOoln
last Monday. They It's. fun and everyone has a the
:anniversary Barrington president of the th -Offlc ot the Clerk ot ,
.
Inch rattler that had almost as Circuit Court In and for Clay
plan a family celebration at Oreen Cove Jaycees. chance to wind BUT tomorrow .
b"'nr.
lives the proverbial County Plbrlda. on or
a later date when their children many as will be the last day to 111_ 5th day or Novambe 1.11.IT .
cat. Hal ml lead a/ fin JUt4 Mll"WELL ftxl te to ao Judsawat
< Tog
from out of town can join Mrs. Ora Oreen of Valdosta, register for this event. bY default' will b. taken against payLess
The 10- old of Mr.
yeu- son
them. CU Is visiting her daughter Hal McKee of the Often rOil for the relief demanded In
.
and Mrs. Edwin Oustsfson and ttie comvllUM. Thd notice kMlt
Mrs Jack Bum, this week. Cove Jaycees II in. charge of be.ovblbned oars each week for
Clyde Purdue first encountered: the event for t. P. Revels. four eonMrtttlve wash In trieC1
Borer DeWItt. a student at the snake on Oustafson Dairy START WITH THE ATTIC, r County Oeec-nt
Lakeland Junior; College, spent of Each bop must have Ma par. DONS AND ORDKRHT atGreen
Airman Tom Clarke, son
property Thursday evening. At Court*
crove Hr>rln a Clay
the week-end with hU mother Mr. and Mrs. Edgar T, Clarke that time Purdue picked up ent or guardian with him to - ty. Florid*, thla lilt day of Oe-

:]Irs. 'John Orubb recently left Wednesday having spent the snake by its tall and hit register GRANGE PARK SOUTHERN BTELL taken n 4aKOROR', U CARLTSLE.ri f<<' Production:
Punt Pass and Kick ls Id.bee.UN
Circuit fourtfflar. ,
a three week leave with his ELEMENTARY P.TJL MEETS
It In the head with a stick NAMES DA"Acr County FId.N5.
there to no taCry con '
Wet !Klnner an of Mr and family Airman Clarke will report Young Oustafson cut off Its TUESDAY OCTOBER llth try: VIVIAN H':IOInf!! editFINANCING

tin. Charles Klnner who has to his new assignment at rattlers and gave It. few tact. :. J. Yates vice president; ".. IS. II. II

Just completed basic training, England Air Force Base, Alex. whacks for good luck. There ate three grips for The. waged meeting of the Midi general manager forlaaufihern :
I each U In will be at The' 1985 Dodge Coronet
: aga group pities Oran Paxk P.TA. tai
Is home on an 11 day I leave be. andrla, La. The next morning the two Bell oiyrations'
all! Boys I to Id years old can 4:00: ik m Tuesday night. The announced the: stattorr wagon offers more
of them went back to view the Pladda has "
.
win an efiklat KPI team program will consist of a discussion Uopolntment. of Donald B. than 90 cubic: feet of cargo Pays milr se-ph Interest

I remain. The remains was warm up Jacket a place kicker at the Sarasota Amend- 1''Daves general mark-tor: space. / on:We amount of mone -
coiled ready to strike. It as
Cotney Tire Service was at up that point that Oustaf outfit or a regulation football meat A chance to the Florida (manager, succeeding Paul D. # y.oaause- only forrss

autographed fcy top NP.L. Constitution that you will vote 'MeCandless .whoa has accepted 1 'long:atya. use IU! Interasf -
resorted to
son a deadly weapon.
* King JaoaseavlUe It worked. stars. Boys It to II can win on. la November. This basically O. position of general tons, ito "..,..ted on tAt
cold silver end bronze tro- alt for taxing the. first ck7I '.
seer In Kentu outXa raeaei v I-W7 er EV 4-1411 phies. I3JNO of all homesteads Uten. I native of Tennes
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Dave a your BKMS/ Borrov
CLAY HI PTA Top wlmien will attend the homestead exemption is tel, Is a graduate of Vander* all

HUEOec.iPar TO MEET l 7.Ta games where they may allowed. This money U ear bilt University. He beg\ n, nil yourr money this way/} -

try for the National Awards marked specifically for use of telephone career: in Nartwlle by fthandnc everything

KECAPPINOBETREADINO The Clay High School P-TA This Is the but chance to the County School systems In 1949 as at survey engineer. trssjaitch ProduaMJoaGMdil '.

will meet on Monday October register and get a free book RaHowcen Carnival plans for He came to Vtorida In, 193S aa !

12, at I:00 o'clock. There will CM punting passing and kick. Saturdayy October JflJt. wlffl Key West taaneger 1IOd. was

be a discussion of team teach.: Ing written by NF.cham also be discussed.
REPAIRING later dlvisi'R. commercial! ai -
ing as It U being presentedfor .
pions, a safety reflector for pentaor In Miami He was as-
Tnm rig smallest U the LARGEST! the first time this year In your bike and a P P. K. rap. pointed srthern Ktaml Ds>
BIRTH ANNOUNUMCVTMr. :
the Clay High School. It Is At the competition you will get
in 19BB and was
trkt Manager
Distribute Miller Tiro Autoltte Batteries hoped that many will attend. free a PP. A K. patch for and Mrs. JanfiIrper: sppointedi General Sales Mtttr-

this meeting your jacket.All : announce the. blrtJsi ot a son acer of Worlda in IWt.LAUNMRINQ .. storm .tailparticular

sad laORANGK James Anthony. weltfttnc 7 For Jow-cott JlIII! ftCiftg-.troll .
The octopus may swiftly game and fresh water Iba., 3 os., on Ser lmbrt' 28, at. or i.eaeerw.sfatt.s

PARKa change the color aid textureof fish seized by wildlife officersIn the Pureal Hospar ba Orange COBDUCOT Theft Mgt II Make saws .. ce. o..ae._
I Its skin for camouflage.I connection with violations of Park. protect yoasf aouaa unalai TlTravalefTi ._--, Cat A.- .....
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I Sinclair Station Road Service Octopus are known to turn the game laws are then to ----.. Corduroy whkh playa a very Umbreto at Is ear. 'h..d.re....as.ar.aware q e.PS. .

white,' red brown or greenish hospitals or other. charitable Important rote. In a shlld's Ones Ask about ewe ModamHomeowner's Kertbeast .....110.... CitJHIS
ItS V. S. II Pbene I....... I In Florida fa against the
., Hlgbvay, but never black aeeorJlag to Institutions upon conviction of wardrobe, eaabe machine Policy and M se Ass.dsMaa
I _. MarlneUnd of Florida. the violator law to have a rattlesnake fora waaUd. Mre Anna Sterling.Dlmtor worry atttut the. stooav
- pet. unlesa you have a special of lttbl Uc'f) Relations Malt MM* PalataaTeUUsVlMI.

. -- ,. '..' license tram the Game and tAtmei3ea&WlN of
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i I Lattnderinn sugteaU launder* Ml Ed.yw.M4: Mesas S.
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To exhibit any poisonous reptile lest the eordurcjr garmentwrong .. Jadka..alU

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CLASSIFIED ADS gctlooMN
corduroy place the garment U4-SMI
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HELP WANTED Need twe
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service wick steady ,.,Io-. pray cloth. and move steam or ....--.eJn Ttuvtin
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84 THURSDAY OCTOBER 164 Ctay:{ (Bounty. Crescent!: PACK: FIVE:

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Jtoawin.. The Old Church BellsBy QVlCK EASYRecipe CONSTRUCTION The GIFTS Florida FACILITATE Canal OF Authority CANAL


le q of the Month has announced that recent
BESSIE STRICKLANDWe selected a song and the leaders (usuallymy
rlght.of-way donations from
itjr'l back Into grandfather mould sound the parts
often let our minds drift I Citrus County land owners
I I'K B5 memories tome very sweet, some sad some Everyone got their tone or pitch and al) have enabled the Authority to

' : Just numerous, and some are Just plain would start singing all four parts and make available lands necessary
tor everyday thinking such sing ing I They all knew the notes and
for starting a new excavation -
Recently my sister who lives In Vermont sung by note No variance of ones tone. contract which will

needed some records corrected and It all as true as could be. None afraid to open
encompass about BH miles at
N fell to my lot to have some papers legal- up and let the music roll the Western end of the Canal
I would often sit on Grandfathers knee
IIrh ized.
Most of this excavation lies in
to Mr. and look up into his dear old bearded face
A ? We chose to go to Mlddleburg the open Ouif-of-Mexico, and
Jagmin orEA Plnbee to have this work done. As he had and wonder how he, or any of the others rr the rights-of-way for the Canal .

taught school for a number of years our could sing so beautifully I still dot! channel and spoil areas

'fr, I conversation drifted to the old school bells There was no musical instrument The I were transferred without cost

,.. 1 that had to be rung with a rope and could congregation knew the music and sang It from the Trustees of the Internal >

.en- : be heard for miles and what music It was! As recall those Improvement Fund to

lei! We Have Full Information On These old bells now outdated, were old days, the music was almost heavenlyOne ..ay the Canal Authority
morning and noon of the main hymns was Am.dllrOra
I listened for every
I A portion of /Is excavation
school they were runt and the building would resound
Where I attended
CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY'S' at recess also. They bad such a mellowtone with the aiming, Young and old sang not of however Islands, runs and through shore property a series

I even if they could be beard so far just a few. They mere not ashamed or .
InterestsCol.
owned
)S i to with them. afraid to sing, Why cant we lay down our by private
there was nothing compare
iI !. Ones L. Evans Jr. .
,
manager
ii I 1.- GOLDEN 0 5 When I wms five yean old I would beg pride today and sing as we did then, and said

-i I to to school with my brother six years shout if we feel like lit Yes, Baptists UNd winter's'.end kae brought seta It aa sad te year Ideas of what" of the Authority the
go the school to shout I When Ood moved their spirits to serve (or dina.r, read al I llere'a a MW recipe cartels U spark joint owner of tracts In See
1II older than X, and I could bear Mur InUraat m meal]areparaUon sad park ap year fUlO,'. ap,.. lions II and .4 of Twp 1T-S.
tit! also the church bell) ring loud. and souls they were not ashamed to acknowledge rolls .
HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM bell was aged Refrigerated ciMcwt vamped 'reead slices el tom R. IS-E, had made a slgnlfl.!
We lived more than a mile from school and itt I sad ...-d wittk spicy raIIl" pie llialI tile disk we spark
had to walk. Of course I would get When I was still a small child we lived et. The Sat, roll., the sesae ones yap sties serve as a dinnerae.eoap.almeettAe cant contribution to the pro
e No physical exam we some take konore a tics gals disk. The tars reM of Canal construction
e tired and brother would have to carry me, In Stonega. Va, a long way from church.It UK** eaat .DUI m a SWOM act trot 8..d.,'. roast, ar, U pee through their donation of Canal
No health questions which he objected to very much! We went was in the coal fields, a mountainous 1 .wink you eaa try the readylo eat boil* Urn slices Serve theereanate

e Everybody accepted through fields or however we could get section. The roads were rocky and hard to and their raisin sauee b.ptagMPisgken-wttwhipp.d right-of-way and spoil
walk sweet y Utoea audd4 with ,- areas at no charge to the Authority. .
e Up to 115,000 In benefits for both In-and- there. Anyway I would ret to school some bell sometimes over had to miss Sunday School bright turn aalad. TWr.'. ao ateer er easier way it greeUag Not only did this dolatlon .
and hear that fascinating with
Uaa diet
; times Bprlofc a new cupper like talel
: out of hospital save money for the tax
expense and that closely too! and church when the others could go A
ring, HAM OOCXNTS:: WITH KABDt> gAOOl payers the Colonel said but it
hlnderance to
We bad the same kind of bells in the crippled leg was always a
Thane era e a* teday 1 er nhlea.Md eaeay..all Nltr saved ua considerable Ume
I would be heartbroken and
church houses, which called all to come to my walking j .1 aaa..lawdylo-.q 1.1.

ENROLLMENT ENDS OCTOBER 31 the Lord's house on Sunday morning To cry almost all the time the others were I rpy sepalelseprepm.q (. and trouble and In conducting perhaps, even negotiations

hear the different toned bells ringing all gone. .....>. aeJ MMfl u...< dough Me II ......... Flee a k M .. eminent domain proceedings,
. at the same time on Sunday morning, each CHURCH BELLS .....4 la IoU n east .,...|., gars IIr r lot ....N. .... M '11' Sect
t' ws To and fro the church bells swing In 10 MII aatf, ...... against a multiple ownership.
with a distinct and different tone faraleq purse Meet fie BUiaot earn w.a<---.
" j J. SLATER SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY beautiful music In Itself the steeple high;
"os Sometimes we would go back to Fore Hear them while they loudly sing Even youngsters know better,

... S3 N. ORANGE AVE. l lrb. Valley Tenn.. to my mothers parents' underneath the sky The Great Dis-Scenter but counties adult break the.
home There I always listened for' the Come to church, they seem to say Tls law by shooting signs on refuges

e ... Zlf..(/t| tM-1114 church bell and think Sunday would never the hour of prayer and wildlife management

r come so we could go to church, but It Come and worship Ood today In JIll "'.... To deface, remove, or
l change such sign In any manner
would finally ring and call us to worship temple fair"
'Ir Of course I always wanted to go. The road Let me, like the bells above never is a violation of Florida'
wildlife code.
f was too rough for me to walk and keep weary grow

I. ; LITRE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS up with the otters, so I had to be carried Telling of the Lord I love, so the
from
A sergenat
mostly by my grandfather, husky III'foot world may know army
tike Chorus Texas may purchase a resident
farmer who thought there was nothing
his "Little Bessie. "Ding Dong, Din,." the gnat bells fishing license provided he U
,1 stationed In Florida\ All servicemen
When we got to church all would visit ring, I
would Calllrur "This Is Sunday morning, I stationed In Floridaare
for a short time, then someone say
"It's time to start singing" and an would Dlrg. dong ding, ding, dong ding" I'i considered resident when

SEE YOU ATEchie's gather In the house, the singers together. The Bent bells sing; Hear them loudly hunting and flatting

In the morning.irnw'S .
singing
Every one of us got books and aomaone
Florida' wildlife law pre

" THE TIME It's against the law to water I rides that If a fisherman

. ('??\ akl at night even during a full catches a base or any other;

,ewII... moon. This Florida law may a game fish on a trot line, bUlb

t .... RALPH MILBERGER not be very romantw. but It hook or set line It must be returned

dove help make night boating Immediately to the WI."r. .

.1BIb REPAIRKfOTG l a ale sport.A .
ror -
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. INORANGEDALE" fisherman may uae a trot { soda, the hnutewlfe't I'II''It", Game and Freeh Water Fish
.tX: 1 tUT6jiin'"ICE :
,} t'fo'lJJ: t; T than hiking to all a* the great, dia-irenur, Commission regulation* provide
line of not more twenty solution
quietly expels wildlife et.
I. : five hooks for taking non All traces of onion Ash and cheese smells thai a Florida
game flan for personal .... pro. And also the prowlsAn.I fleer may search any vehicle y
: f-! SYSTEMS on all make of sided he has a valid fishing II. parks In bresebor.ponpe a : :" and towels. boat er other transportation
1 Ito If soda's on hand, odors ean I roam device while In. Wring. or en*
'te ; Hratcrt c.nw. -i And threaten your Ulle to "!tome tweet Home*,,
bring a flap a* wildlife management
Human affection to. not pourIng f

fourth vainly even though - .. .... . area.
Street - -
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tt mart no returne. Lore en. -

Grace c." Sprints rkhre the nature, enlarging,

Where The heal ['tOP''#! Meet purifying end elevating u.
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PAGE SIX _TIH'BSDAY, OCTOBER_8. 19
While a few sharks lay The Dodge Custom 880 feature .
TWO NEW EXTENSION A SHIP PASSES THROUGH TEACHING AND NURSING
moat ipeclea bear living )' a new pendulum-mount
ens'l HOMEMAKERS THE PANAMA CANAL ON Republican Headquarters
called "pups," ed sway bar for Improved road LOAN EXAMS SCHEDULED
GROUPS MEET THEIR 50th ANNIVERSARYFrom
Florida reports handling/ BDWY
Examinations for state
Clay County now has ten ft spacious: Observatoryof teaching and nursing scholarship .
Extension Homem ker'. Clubs the Canal a guide gave an
loans will be given from
Pd Adv.
(formally Home Demonstration explicit v
aetecripuon 0 era
9 until 11 o'clock on Tuesday
Clubs). Orange Park and speaker There were several otlicers GCS BOWLING
Rldgewood were addedto of Army and Air .. Oct. 20.
groups orce i 10 2 I
Kingfishers In one of her rare public
SUPPORT AND KLKCT the list last week. from Brazil among those present I Jokers 8 3 : statements Mrs, Hlrris Long,
The Orange Park Club will The ship we watched. was 8 4
Untouchables superintendent of Public Instruction
meet on the 4th Wednesday from Japan. Everything Is accomplished III
Drivers 7 said examinations for
To TIIIC STTU; LimSLATl: HI) morning of ach month from by water power A I I Magnolia 8 8j all white students in the
110:00.: m. to 12;00 noon. The canal pilot goes aboard and 8
j 8-Balls 4 County will be given at Clay
meetings will be held at the mules, locomotives, on both
I Champions 3 8j High School and for all colored -
Orange Park Fire Station i sides with cables guide the
I
l j Professors 1 11 students at Dunbar High
across the street from the ship through the gates, These 4
I Miss Martha Rogers, Clay
Post Office. are operated by 25 horse power At the end of the 3rd week
I r High guidance counselor, will
The Rldgewood Club will and open or close in two min finds the Kingfishers leading
be In charge of examinationsat
meet on the 4th Thursday utes. The signals are vUual 4 Good stores so far Bill Dunnav .
Clay High and Mrs. Ther.
rJ4{jro{ morning of each month from and by walking phones, making r nU 554, Al Ivey 526, and 517
esa Marie, Dunbar guidance
10:00: a. m. to 12:00: noon. The it efficient and impreuve. Doc Turner 613 630, 530 anda
counselor will be In charge of
meetings will be held at the A few of us had the chanceto 246 high single The best for
examinations at Dunbar.
i/ 0 t Doctor's Inlet Civic Center cross over on one of the the women have been Mary
Several students from theCountY'1
Both groups will welcome gates on the catwalk For 50 Ivey 461. Betty Brown 461,
three high schools
homemakers in the area. Of years there has been need fer U Bart Christian 197, 469 and
Mrs. Lone said, were awarded
ficers will be elected after the very few repairs. The average Mary Everetts 450
MV scholarship loans last
Y year
members become better ac of 33 ships pass through every
They are now
studying at
quainted.MBS. 24 hours __
I "different universities and colleges .
_
My host Is a Lock Muter I STATE TO DISTRIBUTE
throughout the state
v .ti
t n and as a youngster passed
JUNE MONTGOMERYOF I $8,500 IN COUNTYI
through on the first ship. It
O. P. IN CARILLON
RECITAL is easy for him to recall, as I I The County's four qualified CARD OF THANKS

all passengers had to have a municipalities will receive For the many kindnesses and

June Conyers Montgomery shot his was in his back Mr I more than $8.500 from August the assistance received from

of. Orange Park was featured Madison's father was from b. - cigarette tax collections, according our friends in Oreen Cow

in a carillon recital, Sunday Jacksonville. to Richard B Keating, Springs, and from fellow members

September 27 at 2:30: It is sad to see the damage ." A yiw w t director of the State Beverage of the Fleet Reserve Association.

p. m, in the Carillon Tower caused in Panama and Colon + rid':r'a ,$M4, A Dept. Branch 98, and its

Auditorium at the Stephen last January Keating said that approximately Auxiliary during the past year

Foster Memorial. Now students in Panama at r. 843 million was collected of ..BII\I.." illness and at the

Singers from Florida AM times, parade demanding that + f i. and a little more than time of his death, I am deeply

University appeared in the the schools be repaired and . rol-4 , q! tit 83 million will be distributed grateful

annual concert Florida A A M, there is a rumble for a new tn qualified I municipalities MARGARET A. MILLER
under the direction of Mrs canal through Columbia disregarding '- throughout the date

, ,' Rebecca Steele, presented an the Panama Canal.In Green Cove's share of the

octet and male ensemble Panama theer Is a three / : distribution will be 8389206. CLASSIFIED ADSFOR

Several soloists, including story Communist School beside .. +Mzt Orange: Park will\ get 12.113.85,
tenor Charles Woodward will a large Hospital. '
Keystone 81.79770; and Pen SALE) S bedroom home
be heard In the program of Our President had written ney Farms 8124.26. on t!li strata, 5 miles south of

spirituals and songs by Stephen asking that all plans for pub. *4e* The City of Miami will get Green Core Sprints on Highway .
''
Foster and other American' lie celebrations be cancelled.
more than a quarter of 'a million 17. Cash. For information
Louis L. Huntley composers (This was submitted by dollars phone m-'5S9. 108tfeSTANDARD

Accompanists will be Char. Mrs Mildred MacMillan who .. . . . . . . . . . . . . ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
lottle Giles and Mrs Mary returned recently from Balboa Keith Wheeler, one of two Green Cove area chairmen TTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT .r

Roberts. I and visiting In Panamanian for the Illll-lleHey-GoldwiiUr Republican ticket, stands
Democratic Nominee This was the second In a new country.)
at the door of the recently-opened Republican he d,nar-
series of Sunday Serenade program :
featuring Mrs Montgomery tere In Green Cov.. Located at the corner of Magnoliaand
I
STATE LEGISLATURE den Harley Blacker,, Walnut Street, the headquarters distributes Republl- 5.9 tAtitudF

of Lake City Dr Delbert Ster- CCS LADIES OOLF can campaign literature. The other( Green Cove area thai lr- .

rett and vocal talent from'; ASSOC. NAMES OFFICERSThe seam is Mrs. Chsvneey Moore. Sam Webster baa been .
throughout Florida and South; CLEANERSII'
I named campaign manager for Harold IIIU who Is seeking
'
O>orla, In the Carillon Tower: Ladles Golf Association
and Foster Museum announces the following officers election te the State leililatnre. E. F. Clauses of Orange

for the coming year: Park, and Mrs. Elisabeth Shaffer, of Feaney Farms, are

Proven eipcrlcnco for effective representationIn DCS LADIES GOLF Mrs, Betty Kennett, president; the ether area chairmen. N. ORANGE AVE. GREEN con IIftINOI

.' ASSOC. TO MEET I Mrs. Calvin Wilcox, secretary;
this critical period of our Connt) growth. Mrs Evelyn Bchlene, treasurer _- ---

The Oreen Cove Springs! La. ; Mrs R. P. Spearman .L '" .... '-' -- -
For Action not promise
dl. Golf Association will\ hold handicap airman; Mrs

VOTE HUNTLKY: their regular meeting the first Richard Oordle, tournament !
Tuesday morning of every chairman.

month at 8 o'clock at the Clubhouse Ladles Dy La planned at the ]

club every Tuesday,
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H','63'a blmrost,most beautiful change.Thew'a atrlk. with a new Full (suspension( system. Fact is, gasolines

log new atlmg. New length, width and lowness A Jf you overlook Just one thing you run easily convince .

roomier now Body by Fisher housing Interior __ ,___ yourself you'r onto a big expensive car hcio..

that's a knockout: .And a more m-neJct-<*th *f-vftjj'jTJ And that thing la its Chevrolet price.: Jy$tnWdr fasf_fyrtodiflin03tun69t> ping/

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One of the oldest iume in Ditto business StandardOil

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from 3 ftsolines-all with
a. MM A great new, livelier per.

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OCTOBER I, 11(4 cnta\< \! (!Bounty\! l Crescent FACE SEVENBUYER'S "




LEGAL l\OTll'K. I I.EQAL KOTKH
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IN THE CIRCUIT "Unn U>. I IN TUB: COUNTY JUIH1K8!:

I GUIDE THE! tXltHlH; Jll'lCIAL COfKT IN AM FOR CLASOlUNTY.
ClltCtlT. IN AM suit tUAYOJCS FLORIDA.
Y, UJUIUA. IN re: .,.,. or
STATE 11OAU t'tlAKTilK.STOK WILLIAM EMS11ONl
rtAiKiOA." an Ag. m> u( till EPH MNA.: liI m.t. I
HUl of Klurlaa, sums 1tTl > fNKHI'I'I/Hl t Mwsd,1
) AU.CUMIUTOIW A.MJ At.PKKON8 .
CLAY ,',\\t.a: a l',,l U...l : HAVINU OU IMd I' ,,1
AIR CONDITIONING BE\ ERAGES i: 'REAL ESTATE .uuditka.ua vt the Mm l>rtUANI AOAINST AIU t-

of Morldn! TATS:
StltlOnln You. ant earh of you. ar "
y. hereby notified and required t t.,
MILBERGER PAUL'S I TWIN REALTY IKOKOI BOITHIHN' : AMKLOKIUA > cement any claim and demand.
HAILUAt inili'A.N\. which you or either of you. "no; !.:
Und.titNOTKN have at lha 5.1.11 <>f H
REFRIGERATION Hilda T. Xeth OK HI IK MMNOTK.K LIeN KMKKHON: dTRPIU: :: -
AU Legal Beverage 0IIM' .:M IK>J41.NrKCiOKkllil.Si 01......d. lalo of Olay Countjr1lorMa
to the County Judge aOlay /
Open 8 A. M. to I A. M. RealtorRENTAL IN THE SANK: AM' li\ THK County. Clay County lotirthoue " .
SERVICE AlTHOltlll t>K PILE SlATk.UK In Ur.... Cove lip. bn.l. < ;i ... Duval County Une ft SALES KUUtlliA\ OUT County, Florida within .u,. I \ y
TO ALli WHOM IT MAY IX>.NChllN month from th. dutt offlrnt Ill'. : ..;,, "
"\\t Ce....,..,... Hfrtirrtlid N'orth of Orange Park 6 ACREAGE & LOTS and to ail. paixm. .. 4uarllra publication of ISIS :t iIoIi'. .
.. Hea laT errIce tlalmlna ...r l>.\mu ant Nark claim or demand whe ,.' The 1963 Ford U! the mool-chang-cd In the! U-yrtr hUlory of Ford Dlvition. The tam

I S. Palmetto Street Residential Cfcnunercla rlMht Mlle mivrfit. *>,.t.. In Silting and muat .lath ,'. dillrnal round Ford tallllcht I It replaced by a rnotlrrnUtlc hexagonal shape. In krt'
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moruak or oihrr lienu 01 un ..1... of r..t"...('. and P
Home Phone 2RI-9780 BOATS Industrial ho.. certain parcel of land ctfflr ad.lre. of th. elatelannod In< with the rrlp. plt'l.nt look of the new Ford Luxury tljlinf I la combined with a luxury .

h..ln..r de.rllyd. .nd. lhofultowlee must he sworn lo by tho cur rile drsrrlhrd at to tmoolh and to quirt' the heater and air conditioner fans had
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Butlneu Phone %14.95111TV Serving Greater day Cent M. aienl. or hi" at
p4nu04 I".th'r wills claimant.
nil IInk.u" in Flone clalminaby turner. orl' will booms \'old, to be ntotcil Into Ih* cnen compartment Irrause:' their low-loned whirr was. dittract

Notary Publle tnruuah 0' under keoenp.rmne ar.ordlnir to litw In.1: Itixuiloi.i: new Font ( iiiUxl 500 LTD aeries (above) fralum an Interior efmindly

INLET MARINA who ar'. >).,d. u' who Mach creditor shall deltufflclnt ',., amt .t llf "1'\' Iou,', obtainable only In hluhcr-prlrrd rare. live tcptrtte roof
/I' hi. claim I"
PHONE broon b. d.aJ cnplro
APPLIANCE .lIve are' n\lt: ur .".hi. th. t'o"nIP oIu".. ,.. mot'1 |II"| .. -rf o'frrMll'i! list,. ''ir and exterior trim featureS' to fl\e greater dltllnctlvcnrs .

SERVICEWe Office 28I-SM1 UII.'OItUI.k'l"l'IUIN!: AND I one to rash periontl r.pn*.nt.. to each of the IT models than ever before.

Repair All Brand. MERCVRY OCTBOARDSMERCRUISER Home 284-M5I FLOKIUA" /0 H. HAlloW"'. OKlKiltXK.lt\ll'A.NY J It. II.Paled.. HfMember II lt<4ALTCH The romplrte line of I08S Ford twos and four-door hardtop, aedani. convertlMet .

SeWlclnff Clay County : SER'ICEBOATS Orange Are. 8. .t Bay St. 1110 LYNCH UULt'lNOJACKSONVILLE:, ;FLOU1UA : '. VIOLA of' tam ITTKrilKNIt I.., Will: .nel ARn.nulrlt and station W.gon.WIII be Inlrodured .In Ford dealer thowroomi on Friday,

For Slileen Yean Green Can: Sprlnrt HUM NO I Te.tamenl ..f WILLIAM KMCH S-ntember 25.LEGAL .
TRAILERS RCTIOM TU4t5 SON 8TKPHKN& Kace...d.
Orange Park Ph. 2649565FULLERTON'S HTATK HOAII ion ".1. i. tt II: - -
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CLAY l'ut'NTY1.ISd'IUI'TIOS
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OCTBORD REPAIR SHOP
--- LEGAL NOTICE e !XOTHta 1.tU u. :XOTUKMMMW .E.HL NOTICE'
LOLL NOT1C1 SIU' NO. IKASKMKVT
I Hwy. 17 Orange Park FORHOAU811K

S4 N. Orange Are. DIT.H IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN i.en: A i. KOTUMITATKMKT ''0 ( MklliruNIIN HKMtllTlOXMIIKIIKArt
I Phone ZU.IU5MILK IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT or A. That Dart ofTb : 4>r UwbFNllltPMI511.E05151 '
ANl roil ,'LA Y 001 NTT.VLORIPA IHK Ctit NTY JIIIIKI1111'Ill' / = Ih* pblaenl1w.nll
Green Cote Spga.-284.4014 CLAY COUNTY, rLUKlUA ,I.hi uf war of Ucorala : AMItlHtt
IN CHANCKHYOAKK1 : Cul'NI wld woods"a
CIIASChHYVIKQ1L : OF" (LAV on ill feat .
IN Hail-
I'Ulatl'fJUDITH doulh.ra ana Florida NO c..... I.A1IOV .'1A.1'4. IN:" rtlnllATK: i h'hh. nose Oov.rnora Creek
U THIkDIC: oar In Hecllona II It and A 1"0' Oi loiter II. lull Sect lot.
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UAUHCN .AVIMll DANK acorporation IN IIIK XU1lk.K OF lllhlHMTATN m hair Hiia DELIVERYW.D.Morris THVICI I*. Towmhlp I Hi'ulh.' liana oraraalted and! 4111, Till ... I'nlttd Sinn tF' the nurtlirly munlclpnl, limit
Treed Furniture.CAHKY'S >R XMcndtnlNO
bUCIiN : K. '
CltllftOTHH II Kid.lisleR : withIn .11.110. and.f IM (awe oC 'h.Commo..III. *"uJ.t A. ItAYMO.NH NUKKLB.l of II'*." C.5. eprliii. I* In-
and ,
I'\urlb..rh "f of Maa.aohuadta. I. 11.1. of Flllnt! October II'Till I.lcuuL ul.auato and d..r..u. u a
OK It IT .* rest .f the porn.y tin. af rialntlff.. I... All creditor of the otal el thin buay hlaheay, and
THE BTATK W KU" IU1)A-toi 1110.Iklil nail u
Koad I 1I.II..n
OK. CU
slate of Public.Hon.: .
K. THIKUB A HAYMOMI KlKKM.: de.rea.ed Ihei I.I reaann lo belle*. that
Jl'UlTH "',,known lIbell MoulhMalerly .( IIAnilT O. CAiinilN and. ARTIIMAIUK : County ireacant. are hereby. notlfle.l' amirruulred Ill In.d.uua.y .ka* uontrlhul d
FLOIUDATUDER8 i lle.ldrnr surrey HtMtlan'" liutlt, and I. r'reouency. of I..".*: Wrklv .
CAIlrtON. hi wife.Defendant .
TOU AUK llb.Uk.UY: NOTI. '* la file any el.lm. oldemamla tu the rfenth. nf three pertillhin ><
Nurtlt.I, oC sursf 51111,0 known
4 Location nf offli ulpuvlUatloB
Green COT Sprint Florid Distributor i lh. cult haa. ben filed . .. which you soy Mot.aalnrl the pall few montka, and A .
I FIKI: t a IkOill: aid .u. Una and ata.Ion. l*, M. Walnut MlUreen ,.
K II ITTHM .
M1TII N .
...I..t you In Ih. abov *n- ( being dvauilbJ sod lo. Co. "prime. plc, eaiit !*! In lb. effliiof \\ 111':11': r.AII. aver IM '..lld..t.of *
IS E. Palmer 8U Tel. 284-S2SO All HTATN OK r-U'UHM f
Milk Comely Clay
and h-reti ; the eudtf h.. en..nl.ta
I Jersey titled Hunt \ u are ) rated p. loinrwalivitin I I Location nf Ih. ." Ola Count *
s5o.sr..ld.er.
I'AamlI .
Tie HAIIIIY Ih
Antique 8. Orance Arena reuulred, to '.rVf' uixm III.I..t. on la. bulls lln. of Hc. : teie er' ..n.r., buoltu.t Count* Hortda, In court.hou.e netitlon I* Ihla CommL.lon' .
For Iff. attorney hoa. n.m. and lion tu. 1.0..1. I "u..th. I. 111 Itlver II'1'.1.' "r 'h. ."..Ii.h.,. Inal .., 'I.r.1 al tlreen Firs Sprlnaarlorlda. ,."...(.". .."' c.11.. by n.br..lbta .
Tel. XS4-S144 ,... > <. hernia yournilen llate.vlll. Arhnsea.tAIITIE ; . within I. ralendaimnnlha authorlti.. / I. build
.dd *i i ai Uanv II ..*.t. al a llulnl 151.1nor ... rill Walnut Ml Urea aelder
CANHOV h .
II MAIUK ire.ldenra from th del'* of I It.U.t
d.frn.re. If an' la the .iifer' tlu.*r'
Huuih.t oorIh .
( lb .
Park *.t.t .urinal. "'101'1"'
Oranire 41* lti. Hire*!. noticeKaih .
la er ef Ihla
publication .
.., In d lull Crek. Hit
HOME DELIVERYCALL Mil of M tI..O'. .a oil *. Namea and A..." .. nor t aey.rrII111.45*
Blandlnc Road TeL M4KJ7Jacksonville of urvleua Swl llateavllle. Arkanaa* cUlin or demand' mu.l hiIn ..r. hrlila-et C'-en
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n lme I h. .,. uf 1 Pulill.her Kdllor and .
herewith aril/.lfr Jlh'lul.r ) ou ar* b.,."" *oliri.d. thai, .rllln N and ......I alal" "* thi _nl IhHti.r. Inlet on stall 11.....
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Millhw.elelradlY l r haf10l a ,, Miler'. liunvan O II.
:84-949 or 284-1166 I,Ifsrllsln of Illhlt f..l th.... .a.lull INfnt h...been nl.. In filed t"....h"v..1".' Y."1. w. Walnut _t.. tl,*..n'.ln'l I p..nlan/, :l II II'. it. Itt heio-.n II n
Blinding Collins R4. I from a lament b.arlmf of Norm cad burl 1..... ria. Co*. IIprl".. ami" oraiti 'lark:
tilled cau.e. thai ynu anherel.r lbnd1'l '
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w
i-onfea.o will be entered attain.. Naithw.tery and
U. I II" W.l run '
Editor: a.me,
TeL 771-MZi I VnU for th ,.11.' ....."." In tho"III 111 ** .let stone said! with required lb. to Clerk file' foul of IhllCnurl an.MIT 7 tiener' Of owned hy a corporation ' .rind Loth bl. .1.111. or ha. WIIRIIM. It I.I th* pond

WE TRADE IN ANYTHING 'I trilOLSTERlNQBAXLEY'STRIMSKOP 0' ..um.'n'. TiltSA1'I'II..: I".n. h'"utllt S .n".1 10111 and lo aerve a i'"P> ,,,.... Ma name and ..,.tr... In arcnrdlnc In law. ............ nf Ihll Commli.lon
i fill' NAIU tll'IT UICINII Full of Its M SI" I o I the and of nf upon iti. rialnllff or I'lalal mu.t h* tlalM. and nine Immediately Hi HI At'K: OI.YPN foJI'I( r.r.ll. thai Ihee* three krld 1N .hould
.
or VALUE III. "r. .un.1 th.llc. run North, N' "" ...01 '......"..d.r th. ..m.. Ali n "'r "for' "f Ihof NI, it' S. repla.-ed, promptly with
wlTNI'M mv hnl a'* the II' *," Weal lili'll I le."I to a I add're.. /e "NmniT'K.niol< and and ...,..... of alutkhulil.ri A .AUltNI'. 5115151101d.rauA : wider', a.r. "1'1"' .**,
I ...1 I nf e.ld Court .ill Ori-en roI'I 1t..Io., Mile
oplMiU 1 hr
twIst I .Hihwalba. III llrnel| National l .w"I" n' boisiing p.rreal .1' UK IT IU. 'I.Vllln| th*
ACCOUNTINOREED Hi.r'nu.' Florida. thin huh day Inol 151. thvnve lonlinue North I Hams HulMln. Ja.k.onvlll t mora' ef total mount ol. atmh T J JKNNINOH. jn Cemmle.len ef the Ci'" ."f tlr....
if Henl. m' r I M 1''.4. /I* lII" 110.1 neIb f.l lo If not owned by s Miration' Tarp Nrrlna.. rim'ida. In ru' .
No,
Florid' nol later than *mlirr < Admlnlilralar
Complete Auto Furniture (n.:<)lII'I"' I I. C\I.IKI.! r palm lit...,.. run North 11051 Ih. "...,.. and .d..lre.... .f thIndividual Atlul n. fur th. 11.1. I II ., teeelnn *..."'bl.4. .. fol.

Vphohterlnf Clerk Pl', all easel 54* II 'II" *.! Ill >t >..l lu I If TOM fall In d.. .ft deer,. rr.mkfeeen *wn.r* mu.t .. .!*... t.ll {Law/''
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ACCOUNTING said tuatlon"' lltn. llieni continue U Dwnrd bs a Darln.r.hl" opolb.r .
.
fulilli 'ide Admlnlilrallnn
will h..el.nd aialnelroll I I. Thai th* II
1100 W. Idlewlld Are flIVMV II R011)LI LEGAL: !NOTKHl
>..i Ph. 284-3501 lltf feet la said Htalln* l *iTt.them I the compl.lnl and ad.lrar., pa wall a. and t". nlal Ibad U.prrlm.nt.f
JIISSISO": A vUptTOV IIII'
AND I IMtlnllff rvnllnu* North II TA. nalurl of ..l4 ull I bales that of Dub IndUldil.l. ntu.1 .k* l IN Tit IC CIHCVIT INH'HT IN Florhle he, and. they are her'*.
TAX Sgm'ICell ; Green Cove Sprinct. Florida AAdr.Ni p.n.for Hit 171 ( M.t. 115 feel to a tiolnlIHialla 01 ,n, ,or.rlonre of mscga1. 1 liven. .I ANIi Mill I'LAY '' ll'NTYF'IAHIIUA kr, .1''.... ,. ..... prumpl' .t.,*
Free Estimates Or... Cov 1I0r''".> KorldII | . I Railroad Nile I'w.l I.I tl', corded Innl 14 IS.. 44 .c.f the. Nam. Craacanl |"..., In.. Ml : IN't 1'l1ANCKNII. la p.plaa. lb. .,....., .
continue North W Walnut tlreen Oov ..
Walnut St. OCS. t.U ,. !. I lhm' nffMlal Itarorda us t Olai C,.nir I Uprln Tool Illl Swale 101'1.' .. .,.r' CI..r',
M>PP Pick-up and Delivery II IfVeel. tvvtli r. I* Ih* Florida the. 4... IMII..II of lhuronertv < 1'I rld.I .. Fill NT NATIIINAI.I'ITY HANK"' "Creek. (Hark l.'.._ ml I I" .Iota
TeL 284.87f1I'ersonalizell ) W.II tin. -ftr Mecllon II. Toe iimc.."." a.u..110' h. known ItuMhnlder.. Wo"/. flalnllff, Inlet nn Pl.t Hn.d II 41'' "
ServicesIn Handle Any and All of Tour ..h1 South U.na. II Kacl, In. .. fllo.a All Ih.l cotta t .ave**, and athvr ..cHrlif hold. a vurporatltin'., Itl *ltK wider, mere ...bll.'"<
a uolni Illl ...t North of 1's .551.4 .1'' k.IAlor I pawl
n'l rativrlr .It..,* and Mao H WIUJAM }, PlirtlMAN: Hal.. modern' airuilvre
I'phoUtery Needs! SHOP I HoulhwMl I.rc.r.. ,thereof Olav ('""..t.. riorld. ",..r. par er' moll. *f 1.1.1 mmn.nl 50bond. al u..1 .1 ,..,......1. I. Thai Inn1.. af Ikl II "enyII <
".'ROLl) BAXLEY ontalnlnc, a 'ro.. mora tlrularlv .....1''."... ae full.." "'."t..... or eth.r aewlll. "I" N 0. 11151Sulk' furni.k.dIh .
ArrountillTux/ lent: .. (If. Iher. Sri suns 0. "m, dul* e.rtlfl.d. h
Him k II UCalxiWIHttHK :
Owner Vpholllerr-2130. at IANL Ml II. /U. .I.I b.l.by 1IIr.a Thailwsuanl ,'""." Mlate "',,"' 10)' H, idAdmlaletralliin
Ik'tnrnsFor A fall I 11' or4in I :: .
lb. rlcnl I l>eir ... n mat Had
roll PIPE KAREKINTIUItAINAUKi : :.. '. Nam.. Hanb of (lnml1'111, the *
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rdd In
EDWIN BAXLET Slat thereof ren .. and '.1. entered It ., 1'In. l
l u..... Pub rinrld rf. leeurc Hen>"
llmik 1. ... I*. Ik .
HOME A f f rurreeiI S. .'.ra....,.... t md I l I.< Ih..n1.. p.Mtini 55! lha ClreulCourt I .I.en.. IV II lltiliyl M.fIhee.
Ilusino Firms & Ron and l'phtsterrr..41n. C. >loao 1/4Yuf/ 11,1., peltlu record* ef Ma/ and Clay I feualyFlerM Hoeeearil ,. 55.5.l:
8t MC cUd. !I. 0.... ...." id. .,.. .. In f"r Henator.
IndividunUXotnrv C A. HUMMEL j, line. It T. oehla I ftovlh. /Ierbd..Tialborw115.11..Iu.. and . .r er aernrily k,l'er a p.pear / .. ..... .... .., pitmkeiIlll lard and Ii..,.' A S01i(5.r.: ,
Imt.r.rrw.Msaw ; '' ..../'( ... ',. .h sill set
H.... I* Kaat. .....,. ,.,- span Ike beak ar Ik.aialaaienla I Uevotcor Teyrl. Url.st.
Public) I'phobterrr I in. Ik-vUrlr. .....,.... a* fol.Commence .. land. and and hereafter the a*!..a.. panp.55 St ",..... 5 l0 ear tell Ill properly 'tltual' I I. ..I! real ...., ... rawplr drk4| "l IIIllmk HRt.uvrn. I le,
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.r'Nr.
on lha Rail H.. .( .and. ...krefHJ.' '.. of Ike abav 4r 51151 of ,,,. ..1''.... q vrpu' '.. : I IIH.I.I.AIH, IIN51a.rorS15s : Oreet P.r. iprlnit. rMrkta tll.t..h. *
.1''. ". ..1''". and all f'lluked le Mat Ikereof' r ard. .... ., I..t
Itertliio 'TeeceblI I tun r.. ..... .erb tr.,.. I'patins I .., at .
Itania II Kaal. al ..r'Wi t.,.. paw .1'' 11.1'''''''. .t. sloe IS.. lo .4 in 111 lleob I. purl I* and.I TMM'! CITY |''''''ll''''H''irmior :
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Ctoy{ (County CrcsecUt
? EIGHT THCESDAT. OCTOBEX I, UII

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TELEPHONE COMPANY FKKEZEli; POULTRY SALKJ I
I Ca.'.J.a.'. :
UNDERWATER TOTALS DAMAGE I' STOCK YOUR FREEZER We win mt
One Was Not An Inmate
OF CLEO AND DORA STICKS and wrap your poultry purchase for your
CAPERS
f reeser at ne extra oust
two
Cleo and Dora, the
(Continued from Page One) where the first drink Is taken. All this, sir, I hostile hurricanes that raked FISH F ( i '|You can enjoy delicious plump topqualjlty -

able woman wv stirred by the following let because an unselflih soul reached out her i I Florida's East Cout within a ,, A qua- ]) poultry on a slim budget when you
ter from Mr. O'Brien. hand and sold: "M, boy, there Is always two week period, left Southern 3 =51.00'1 'f'buy your birds at A A: PI For all our
e ) chicken ducks and turkey
tender are aspr"
Living within a few abort .mile of jour hope, you can whip your alcoholic problem I Bell with approximately 4.2 t /1
4,11 M. meaty as can be and marked with prices
city (Penney Farms) Is a personality that I million dollars worth of dam-
make A A P perfect paradise for
that : a
I believe your readers should know more And now we proudly named our newly age to telephone facilities o
of, and one that lives In the name of our organised Foundation In her honor and go / J. A. Tucker, district manager poultry fanciers. Come pick your favorites

alcoholic educational l prGlr m. Alias EthylM. Into schools, prisons, hospitals carrying the said the final report on from our flock of fine Values!

Neelunds, who has touched the young mewate of recovery from alcoholism, the statewide damage to telephone ': Grade "A" Quick Frozen Young

years of 77, and Is wheelchair ridden . prevention of this morally destructive dls- facilities has just been com lOODisa i
yet, has without doubt helped more alcoholics ese , all because this lovely I lady cared, pleted. A total of over 227.000 TURKEYS LB.3ge
to recover from this thlrd-ranklni cured In a truly Christian manner . msin telephones were temporarily i

killer disease than anyone else In your no preaching finger-pofnting, or eondem- put out of service by the
1 10 to 14-Lb.
Average
lovely State. Particularly, the alcoholic nation . just Christian love and understanding two hurricanes. In addition, .1

Inmates at Raiford.It over 2,000 long distance clr : i OIIADK "A" QUICK FROZEN

was through her personal inspiration Ma y your fine little paper recognize this tufts! were affected while local & .

that the writer found sobriety, peace! grand penon? IT ALL started 14 years ago facilities were affected by almost .' DUCKS LB.39c
found his God as he understands Him and Enclosed II a recent clrculnr that. In away when a fellow named Newt 2,300 trouble reports. A I U
Is now devoting fun time helping the sick describes our program May It be of Ferry,who had been in the Navy total of 1588 telephone poles ""Va t' *#'-.L"?tiVF w*
did some air-hose 01 4 to 5-Lb. Average
alcoholic to recover and reaching out with Interest to yon and thank you for listeningto WoekiWachos spring exploring were either broken or blown
an alcoholic! educational program that Is a gratefully sober man, I remain Now the IM-milllem gallons a down as a result of the high Special! A A P Longhorn Style \" Quick Frozen Baking

aiming at the source of over 80 percent of SEAS O'BRIEN, day spring, 60 miles north of hurricane winds CHEDDAR CHEESE 530" ""

dive alcoholic canes . .the High Schools Executive Secretary born.Tampa of, Florida America', la!the only watery In the Green Cove Springsarea Special! Ann Page Elbow Spaghetti HENS LB 39c
msrmaids. -
continued Tucker, our Elbow MACARONI 2 for Sic
A bevy ef 30 lithe beauties cs. cost of damage was t9'UIU8.
Port in the 117-foot-doep clear Special! Ann Page Pure I Lb. Jar 4 to 8Lb. Average
- water They tourists PLUM.. PRESERVES 45c
from an over a-,7, through SELF HELP OFFEREDThe Grade MA" Quick Frozen Cornish
I 1965 Are Luxurious; And the 10 hug laminated aifet,. Special I !
Imperials Quiet glass picture windows of Woekl first meeting ofhe Ann Pare Creamy Smooth or Krunchy GAME HENS EA. 59c
.
wachoo'i I I l l
water theater million-dollar under Pint Aid Medical Self Help PEANUT BUTTER '*?*. 33c

r The girls dive and Tralnng Course was held on Quick Frozen Peeled and Develned 24 Os. Bag
soar, leap Sultana sst Jar
and lunge through the water Monday, Oct. 6 at the New
I they even. eat bananas and drink- County Health Building. MAYONNAISE; Qt. Jar 39cSpecial SHRIMP I l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 $1,89

soda. Their secret is that each Ray Chance, Civil Defense Mueller I 04 Fkg.EiO .
underwater performer has her Bill's A Mary's Quick Frozen Seasoned
Director, and Joe Klckllghter, NOODLES lc!
own air hoao. There's also a big Lb,

AI w Quean 1, "Conchal.hell". 'which is real' of the Jacksonville, are conducting Police Department the. Special! Jme Pnrker Cake TURKEY ROAST V $1.69SPECIAL

And the mermaid aren't the ANGEL: }FOOD 39c,
Red Cross given In conjunctionwith
only.ttrlttlon
: at Week! Wachee
-whlcfc, Incidentally, means this course. .TANK; PARKER: DELICIOUS
f "winding watets." There's also a Mrs. Gladys Phillips advises
riverboat eWe, a covered wagon that there still openings
ride Into the put, an orchid are Cherry Pie t Roz:39c: :
garden and a motel and rutao- In this! course and even though
rant, you may have missed the first

class, It Is possible to get SPECIAL! Campbell's Cream of VCR, Old Fashion! Vt% or
certificate. It Is that
requested
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Wild hogs' are defined as those attending these classes Z' ; ?M.OO
Veg. Soup
hogs that are actually livingin wear slacks, bring pencils I 1 ;,
notebook, bandaging and old
the wild and
cannot be le-
tally claimed as domestic hogs sheets that can be used as ban I SPECIAL! Jl MHO SIZEScottowels;
dages.
In private ownership Wild
boil are not considered game Mrs Phillips commended the I 3 M 1.00
spirit of cooperation demon.
I I II I animals until they have been
orated by the agencies in*
The 1965 Imperial have front colon available M designated by the Game .. .
can Eighteen exterior -----
new veneer are --- ----------------
volved. The Clay County I --------------------------
end styling,more luxurious Interiors,better all but four being new. An innovation and mission! Fresh, Water Fish Cora Health Department, Clay r : -l

j acceleration and numerous chassis Improvements .U a reminder light called the "Sentry Sig. County Civil Defense Organi s
designed to provide an even quieter nal" in the instrument panel cluster which nation, and the Clay' County I I. fRf I PL\ID .1

L r I ride. They are offered in four models in two light up to alert the driver of any abnormal A Florida fisherman may not Chapter of Red Cross are cooperating ; STAMPS i
series the LeBaron four-door
i hardtop, the condition regarding engine oil preuure, engine use a briss to catch another to offer citizens this I II 1
Crown Convertible the Crown four-door bass as the law prohibits the much needed course. I I wits this e.upO 6 purckaae .f I ,
low fuel As In
drown temperature or supply
and the .
hardtop Coupe two-door : C111IteItalia..pt .) r..f
use of bass or pickerel or Classes will be held In the I 1 1I
any S
hardtop shown above.In all models 1963 and 1964, Imperial. art covered by a
powervent Razor nlnd 59eJe. !!) :
part \helOfl.h, as bait. auditorium of the new County j I ? :
window are standard equipment, and 3-year or 50,000 mile warranty on engine .. i

all interior. feature applications. l of walnut and drive train component for_1965.:-I I and Health will Department begin at 7:30: Building o'clock, I ......... Ii.... ysl.see...o.e. 'I I it

each Monday evening for the : ...
Lt1AIbps: x 11 next 6 weeks. ......_-_...---_._-_.._----_.._-_.

Rev Gordon Craig, Director Fresh, tender

Serving You. First County Aid Red personnel Cross stated from Jacksonville that. Iftf I FLAID i POLE BEANS , .18.19c\

. had been ssslgned to II
Instruct In the subjects of arU.t v STAMPS J f Fresh Flame Bed Tokay

Wh."'. )(/ (Blood) LineIf t tidal l respiration, bleeding, Oi
With Mi recess a .rell..f GRAPES 2 LBS 25c
your dog Is of mixed brood, bandaging, fractures snd I U.r Ow. O. .... "I= I 1 1 1 1 ,

you may. There want to sort out hi.ane..tr I splinting, shock, burns, and InMunt Tot .. (i'JcJAX. / :
are two wars- transportation of the Injured. IO-IO-44 I Firm Ripe

. .. the wording P.rlnal'.t to the Can authorities Center- by at There are a few vacancies (........ Um.t Thra....O*(. II

4 studying his structure, and ob>> I remaining for class members.The i TOMATOES 1 1 1 1 LB. 19?

t serving his &Co1i' course Is free. Those people .
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tbs, I Interested should call Mrs. ..... ...... ....... ... -----
Start withthejaw.Among AU rerpoM Jonathan 4 Lb. Bag
r. I8tit9l tRI .. I Phillips at 2(43142 for further ;

J t, ri? tho Ion.j awed Information. I APPLES 1 1 1 1 1 . 39fTelUw
w breeds are the I i
'- .- Doberman Tin : : I 2,5traSTAMPS
K usher, Gorman i PATENT LEATHER CARE :Iii .Z'I' cooking I Lb. Bag

>English 8luphud.lIrfhound and Irish, Keep patent leather accessories : Wit this ceases 1 ..,..... .f I ONIONS 25?
.\tnL In tho thort-mutilod looking their loveliest h. s... M.t..e 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
sector are the 81. Rornsrd. Bull 41c '
with regular care. To remove 'I Italian Drpaninir\
dog Chow Chow,Chihuahua and t fresh large, snbaUCAULIFLOWER
I .
se-seaa
Pekingese.Ears\ dud and finger marks, damp. : .........Jtx Ii...,.,... ....-.11 I
may also hold a eluo. en a Kleenex tissue with a I 1 35
Ipaniela and Poodles have 1. 1 1 1 1 1 ?
little
and off
vinegar wipe -:8..1
longer than anneal ears, as do .___... ..... .. .,
shoes and belt after --- - ----
a...." and Bloodhounds. Erect purses JANI:1'Al1KKll
tars may. be a sign of shophord. each wearing. This care U all :: : TWI.V I'ACKCOOKIES

dog encoitry.Aixtle sled dog, or that's needed to keep Imitation .
Chow blood brouping ears could patent leather looking Its
Indicate 3I'. $1.00SP.l'J.I
gpaalel,Foodie or hound '
a bert.
ancestry,
; As tor hal,-lon< that lie flat point to some of the requires> occasional lubrication : SANITARY NAI'KINSMODESS
t1o
shepherd types, Hair that ls
frluy and surly could' IndlcaU to prevent cracking. About t
+ terrier blood A strong nettingfattern or** a week, rub patent leather 31 ; l.OO
U aiaurlated with Dal. with clear petroleum jelly.

maUau aaroctry. Tissue off the caress and poi.lab .
The Pet Care Center goes en with fresh tissue. HI'KCIAL: nATlln()() 1 TISSUKSOFTWEVE;
to
say that ear and bicycle ehaa>
t Ing strong herding I -
or ratUe.drivlng InitiixU. Some In Florida every boat mutt 8 noli. l.OOJane
dogs grab and shake who fight.Ing .
-tata shows a strong Urrtoriniliixt. carry one approved life saving
logo Inheriting' Cr y. device for each passenger plus _
hound laitinrts slash with 1 1I their a paddle, a rope and an an
toetAt weave \la sad e.t beeakal.d chor.A of the Sea .V4 ...con Northern Paper Jumbo
I boi.ra, ciifMi ucirr TVNA . .<* TOWELS . . . Rant
If, whilo la the (laid. poor dot Jane .Parker
tote wind Instead. of fool ortota.M hunter may shoot English Reran for 100 Cup Boa Purtna U Lb. Bag

might. have Setter Pointer.f sparrows crows ltub..... DIXIE cm lie DOG CHOW . . . . w.et
Ssaaiol ,blood \ta III... If a* I Lb. Bog
I Lb. Can Jim DandyGRITS
tracks black and turkey vulture at 1AC'ha,8hr1mp
there's
The Telephone Team that Answers mind aaeoolry.a Po tlbUlty of any time. AH other birds areItnet1 Potato t'lOPst'ET u . . . .... l.e

protected by law. Pickle PatchlUuburger Northern Bathroom 4 RoUi

Slked lib. Cost jar nJln: . . .. lit
I Your Every Communications Need I I I DILL FICKLU lit DIal I Oa Jr

Chips I DenU-Kwa 4 OiL Tube INSTANT' Com teBordens

Robertson'sNORTH TOOTH run tt Big It Flaky
Combined In the huge .foam of toMm ctnaultanbi to analyw and .fI"IIt Minute Mold Rasa Hoc earn Buttermilk M Oa CaM

people art aU the akJIU and knowUlgvoeoMsary ysdtns to mrt preswit and future lumhThM I.b. Iwx ORA.' GE DUJGirr I sic BIACtTTS! S Tie

to keep Metfartt anrvkv bursa of SIDE GULF STATION Lffnoa JuJre Punt BottleKIALKXOM BordetM Saber Cow

ming la .homes) and --. .W ETA?.MILK J taD err 4teBndwtrll
and rnny more. tflrfKnitt porte We 'be" a new Welding MathlM WeUa. Muffkra Kbauati. >- Dixie LCy I Lb I O JU. Sue IM ft. MoO
There are enjinwrt to plan far future nxnprla the vaat tram erf .
srvcUUats Talls pe* Braialng. tuttUvg. eta 49 c CORY MEAL Its niNDIIIEAPPuaa tie
expansion Operators to handle call who are alwayt oa call to Wp N'' BMU 4H Oa Can
your t Lav Dos
A." %U YOUR KM trabtaro Fwnhjm
oourttoojljr. edldend InstaUm Till '" TO ILL WtLDtXQ JOM
and tdnt tnm arrvia drpmdabU and navGou aidDOYT SILWtU I!* CAT rOOO . t lie
rrpalnnaa to put In new phone, Wpartvioe NdmL

trouble-Tres Oommunloatiom I\RGCT -, JAI 'IfaWflss0g"L

thorn Toss gt a tree wash Job with each eompirte eQ rhaag inM Gfbl raelrr Rare." a. sew Adnequ.ea/ ..*. tare
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ExercisectU ien. tt be sure to vote this year Uobuits Gene ...... .i., Ivory leseWe ... tIM Mlway U. Oraage PartAGE "'

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