The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
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@ (!It a V Cfiounty Cfirts n t\t -


-Herbert Morris Dead At 44, Hill Seeks Huntley

$ er;

r Service for Herbert Hoover -
As A Matter of Fact 'J
Morris, acting town man.
ager of Orange Park since
Cites Electid Clerk
1857 were held at 10 o'clock Missing

.,, yesterday morning at the
Orange Park Methodist
JOIIN8-MANVIUJE CORPORATION t 7 Church with the minister
In more than 100 yean off growth Jonht-Mancille hear the Rev. Floyd" Fisher and Harold Hill Republican candidate for the state legUla-
become the foremost prooduccr of building matcriala. Indiutrial the Rev. Thomas D. Ryan* Battle Of lure, has called' on Oovernor Farris Bryant to remove Louie
product and Insulation, and a leading miner of I b : Jr. officiating. Bloody Huntley from the Board of County Commissioners "for
non-metallic mineral, world wide market Mr. Monte died Sunday malfeaaance of office and non-performance of dut,."
J-M'a widely diversified manufacturing mining and evening at Clay Memorial Hill U running against Huntley for the pat occupied for
marketing activities are carried on by 12 operating division, r Hospital Kino hour after he Magnolia Started 100 some Jean by Rep. 8. D. Saunders
with over 20.000 eployet producing tome 100 major line of suffered severe complication In telegrams to the Governor and to Secretary of State
product for home and Industry. of rheumatic heart disease. Tom Adams, Hill asked that Huntley be removed from
Johns-ManvUhe baa over 31,000 stockholder a A town commissioner since Years Ago TomorrowTomorrow offlre and demanded "a full Investigation of the flagrant

RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING 1957, Mr. Morris was named violations of state elections laws . 102012 and 103051
Johra-Manville' research development und engineering town clerk In 1960 and had served In the capacity of town mark the one hundredth anniversary of thbeginning which pertain to the appointment of election clerk*."
program provide bade and applied Industrial technology to manager aince that time. of a bloody 1-day tattle at Magnolia Spring Hill cited' the appointment of Henry I. Miller Boa II.
Insure continued! growth and stability of company operations He war born In Carrollton, Oa., In 1924. and moved to between Vnlon troop and a battalion of Florida" cavalry In Masvlllo, aa an election clerk: representing. the Republican
To meet these requirement, the company operate near Florida" at the age of four. During World War n ho servedIn which the Confederates were reported to have killed' approximately party.Miller
MMfiviUe, N. J. the largest research and engineering facility the Army Air Corps. He war a member of the Lake Shore 20 Yankees and taken II prisoner The prIncipal a aallor, moved from Maivllle In March. 111 to
In the world devoted to developing new and improved chapter of the Loyal Order of Moose and of the Orange Rebel I weapon war a single howttwr. MAS. Cecil Field. Authorities there have no knowledge of
building materiel Insulation and allied Industrial product, Park Methodist Church.In his present whereabout
On Oct 23, nu, CaP t, 3, Dlcklaon! of the Second
J-M scientists, engineer and technician concentrat their the construction of the Hoyt Cotney Stadium at Huntley said the appointment of election clerks war a
Florida Cavalry received a dispatch at his headquarters In
effort on those area where the tOmpan,' control of raw Orange Park High School, he 1* credited with having do- matter for the county commissioners In their separate dl*-
Baldwin from U of U Fifth Florid
Hayes, >e Cavalry,
material manufacturing technique, marketing and sales nated a great deal of time, engineering and equipment.Mr near trlct, Mlllrr wa al one time a resident of Commissioner
Green Cove, that his command had met the enemy In considerable -
experience offer the greatest profit potential.New Morris war widely known and admired in Orange Marvin Orren'a district
force and had driven them back about three mile
and Improoved product Introduced In the'last five Park and hi death wa mourned by town authorities and Hunt Icy said further that It war probably an error on
Cllpt. Dlcklson he "with all haute
:ream accounted for approximately 25% of total annual business leaden.He the front" reported war moving to the part of Commissioner Green and that the matter would ''I

sales. leave his widow, Mr*. Evangelln Morris: hi. par be rectified before the election
ADMINISTRATION! Capl Dicklaoit'i command comprised. detachment of The two state election laws cited' by Hill put the ap-
ent. Mr. and Mr W, M. Morri, of Orange Park; two
Employee health, accident prevention and Industrie) brothers, W M. Morris, Jr.. and'James E Morris, both of Company C. Cipt. Chambers; a detachment of hU WickI.wn'u ointment of election clerks on the board at a whole. Hunt
hygiene program have established the compaany u an Jacksonville and a sister, Mill Sara U Morris, of Oran own company II, under U McCardell and one 1J.ixmnd Icy la now chairman of the board. I!
Industrial leader In employee aafetyy. J-M't, accident record Park. ho.'Itarr In command of BIt. J. C. Crews, In aU about Chapter 102.011 of the state election laws lay:
stand well ahead of the N.Uona18afet, Council all industry Honorary pall bearer were: Dr. Thomas Ilardin.! Jr. 8: DO men. (ell) The beard of eevitty' eammlkalenen In cart roanty,
average. Nesmlth, Carl Juift.es, Earl Moss Don William Oraham, The next morning 't. 24)), a detachment of 5ft Union al least twenty dt prior lo tho balling ef aay elvellen, I
Labor-Management relation are based on a program of Townsend, Harley Broom. Frank Brown Jr. BIU Walker, cavalrymen chits and colored moved out of Magnolia and shall a,p lnt ,.. elMtton Inspection boards far each ,rt.
mutual respect and fair dealing. The company maintainssome W. A. Jansen Harry Horton and Don Tott burned and plundered houses In the neighborhood.That elect. In the. county.. Jab election Insoeetlea beard, la ceeapesed .
forty-five labor agreement with twenty International Active pall bearers wen: Hoyt Cotney, Eugene Nalle evening Capt DlckUon. whoso headquarters had ef three' Imaeftera and a clerk. all of wham. most boregistered
unloon Buck Murphy George Morrison Theodore Lutoen and W, been moved to Waldo, skirmished with Yankee' troop hear ,.anrted' ,IH'.,* of UM prerlncl U whisk they.
MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS O. Odom ...,nolla. He reported' : are a,p.I.WI| sad U the. ",at M such iWf ter or eUetera t
Johni-MaanvUle operate. a total of 60 manufacturing Oldden P\1nera1l1om. wa In charge of arrangement.. "My outpost picket reported In the I3n4 Instant that Ute eat bo ,.... U the. pretlaxt I I. which. they are epeotaled,
facilities: 43 In the United states, three in Canada and enemy were coming from Msgnolla. I Immediately l took five oversea These plant produce more' than 100 major UchmonU of Company C and II. Second Florida Cavalry, precinct within the '..11" .."' .1.......,.' district U wblehaorh f
product line for a wide variety of application In both home Girl Scout Fund Drive and Company II. Fifth Florida Battalion Cavalry and one preelnrt la hwatedi ... all of wheal shall swt belong
and Industry. piece of artillery and marched 'for UM vklnlty of ....nolia. U the case political, party| provided that |lit asp primary
MARKETING; ,. .? IJobnIllanllle On arriving Mm I fOIDdIIII, the seamy' had coma out ak U which only ooe party baa eoMMatet OfoearlM aa Uobaltol .
products are sold through over 90 tales Flnegan' Ford and had tone In the direction of Middle all cheeks sal .tosoeelem May lo of Ual party OM
office In the United States. Canada sand oversea Karket bun where they had burned l several building and] stolen ., Ike beard., slat ....... the votlnf. beglnalaf. at hilt
development activities are geared to stress Improvement In I Negroe On their return I made a flank movement and .... and r...... al till. .... al whisk. tlao Ui Lee.l
isles and distribution channels and Increased customer cut off their retreat for Mainolla. I engaged them near beard shag. eoeae o. aad ...N| the vote east The fin
aervlce. 4 Black Creek about mile from Magnolia The tight 'lasted beard shaU. lame over .. Ike seemed beard all mild baOetbeiea
During the last decade UM eompanyy ha broadened it* tjI[ about 40 minutia and resulted In a complete rout of the registration beeka a4 other reeocda ., Ibo election
position u a leading exporter and oversea producer, enemy, many of them ao hotly pursued thai they took off al the. & .. ... beard ebaage The erased beard abaft eon.
Substantial proem ha beeen mad in widening sates for the ..amp,1Nttn, In our hand II prisoners and 10 or HUM fOM.Ua( maullo sisal U *....lete or laUl hilt
operation. parUculary In tho European Common Maarket II killed. Of the II prisoner l were wounded. A captain .... the. neat MoriUof, and II Ibo ..... I Ia sat ...,&. d.
sad In led Latin American Middle Eastern and Far Eastern who war badly wounded, accreted himself In UM swamp andI the tint board thai eoodoeted led ........ aball again. report .
trade ana .M unable to find him. In the engagement, we captured for duly aad eoaaaldo ,.. smut The oeeeod board
.. UnNINQ OPERATIONS +19. II horoe and killed 10; captured\ II Bpenrer rifle, II pta shall lorn over all lapels. sainted and ... .....w.1II refIstratloei .
Johnt-Uaavultli atabtlity. to strengthened, It* position n lola II Mben, and II saddle, all at which have been reported book sad ....., ....... an4 shsH advlso Ibo
aa a leading world supplier of three strategic raw material: to their proper department Our tote waa 1 horse tint beard eel bao Ir....... U tabwlaltef the reaoJteol
asbestos fiber diaUmlto and perttt killed and I wounded Ho .... hurt on our aide. tho etootio

Baaed onpntoat rata of eoniumpUoa. oxtbudv ore re. Mrs Mart Coawsy sad ask Day pMtwvd above alCa Another report aaU the Union troop feet MM killed I* B. Wilson oounly oupervlsor of retUtratlon, told The
serves of thaw materials assure J-U a steady supply for the _. a......... are eo-chalnaeo of UM Girl Seal Faad and It prisoner. Creseent on Monday that u.. following Republlean had
next 100 yearaTbiethet RaletM Drlvo which Mailed Gel II sal will eve IbreagbOH. A Confedent grout reported" federal, cavalry had ...... bees naModl: Bally M kVannan. pee Inel ll actinium ICIgh.houoa .
wood fiber and fiber gUa. they form the key U. If..... lo a aoBMltt. lo assist with. IhU,. drive od the rim Lack CreeU at Flaogaa'a Fort and had pru net I; Ma* Alvin Walker, precinct Ii( Henry atttUer
ton* cot company ogwnUone aret Mr*. ..,.... ........ fever fsmsj Mrs Wsr moved out along UM road U Mlddleburg.TIM proolnd Margaret r. Brown preolnrt. I; 0. K.
Principal oobectoa mining operation an located at wick Kaoa.r. Mrs lie Gel,.... Mr*. Wars ...... eel Federate wen In UM am looklne for Wef. and alUM Flper" preeinti I; David A. Wilson preoinet Tt .....JorM R.HeUon. .
Asbestos. Quebeo: Bale Vert, Kewfoiwdland and Coaling. Mrs. Charts Bayer, Ir. time that Dkkleon approached they were "driving" .In proetnct I: O. U Ovtnger, proDhwt 9l Ones A.Ifutlon .
California a largo drove of fine MUM to enrich thai oonuntaaarjrototM prootnet Hi: UHgh W .>uW, precinct Ill& and Albert
OnJUTINO rAClU11U. with what they called' -Rebel beerDfcklton eoneontraled II. MoOtnnle protmai II.
Operating FaciltUo: Alexandria, Indiana. Own Cove Almost O.OOOEIigible Voters hU fort -To meet UM FcdersU, vbo. wen prepar.
Spring. Florida. Rashes, New Hampshire. Asbestos, Quebec leg lot the ,baI,.. On they cams with drawn cabin UM
Hayward. California Nalcboa, Mlaalaatppi Avery Ohio COM lo 11400 of the county can eohimn In .largo number polished blades. flashing In the ounllM. but" M they drew Juvenile: Court Counsellor Wanted!
Huoton. Texa Worth ... Ontario. BoUegrad. Ftaneo. 30.000 dtlawM are registered At the loral level., only one near thy were met with a tailing ...,. halting, they
Ken CngionA. Worth lru swkk, Kew -.: BOlortco to. vote In the "". I gen office .to being. ....... IUr ojulckly reformed and charted a second Was again to be The County *wvonu* Court reetlofM or have an oulvalee4npevtonoe.
Maaucbuaetta,Jarratt.''Y ItnI.,Fwkenbwf.West VlrtinJo oral election. according to U old Hill. Repubucan CMtdldst checked by. o aeadly volky. Then UM howlUer opened Merit/ Board win rescue *P W- .
CUOMO rstnote JoUe ming4g. Fmbrya, ttrr Jersey, & Wilson, wpervtaor\ of regl*. for the State. ......ture. to run fire and a* they fen back In treat oonfuoaon our Intrepid ration to nil UM aewly stab Tho. aabry to .....* aad
ChlUleathe. Ohio. Xawlnborf. Worth Carolina FUtMwrg. tntlon.WUeoa. tang against Loula U Huntley men charged them. kUnng and gepturtni almost the *.Uneoaunand travel allow. An taUrvtew'
California, deburn. Trxs*. Laarenee, MioiifrniseHs. laid of tMO who are now chairman of the load The t1cW .UeUd. an now through an open wood od position af Juvenile Court will bo towilrod SaMe appolnVSJMfl ,
Rkhnond. IndJano: Ctovtland, Ohio tempos California, neglgered.AH are registered of County CommUslooer If land roll tw Mile. .la ettoat" Only three Made Itself CouRMlor; aatil Pee, II, aeoroIng *. t'
Rorkdale. DUnola.. Corona. California to AntreUao, a* Democrat and alf a* R..* hustle. to eluted the et*" ta. ...., by having Itself _hem MIl sating U UM ...**. U '.venit. **... Thoiaa* AH awtfaftUom awot bo at* '
Caltrorala. 8C Maroellln, France, Deflaaot, Ohio. Long pubnoana.. WhlU voter out lion to that bo win resign from One of them, a ........ wa badly trs.sdal] .In UM head, J. River file wtttt UM. aftetary of UMJwenlM
Beach. California Bavamuh. Georgia Defiance Ohio. Dumber colored voter by almost UM Olmstdalsn. ImaediiUlyM bet, buoy he would be taken "...., kit Me henee and UtntaiisM yeaiatresnenU art CiMHt Merit Board.Fott .
Madison xmnoi*. Mocktoa, California, t flan.. Ohio. eight to one.la that his suirisinr ran bo ,**.,. ..* ....W himself. In UM ...... To OM.federa4a > thai apo.l. anU MoM have OffWo Turn .... Clean
Maavta*. New Jersey TUtoo New rUmpshtre Defiance the Froaldentla. Rem choom .by Oovernor Parri Bry oxXared *7t fine boron and a8 their ....., ee jarttneol grad*ted. al aa aomdUoa1 ..... Deal .prim. *, not later than
Wale, Munro. auistasnL Toronto Ont.arte.. DndIoIa, Teas. County DsmocraU: are expected ant sad before UM laaatw Biinair pines, ,....... ad ....... AH Uhowt a wound tot or antveraity wtU Nines Mr*. K al I ..c..... .In UM aftgeaa
KanImDe, Worth Ckrottna Wale vl i, Otdo Feat Weeth to awes over to UM Repubft* ties ii W.w MW """"", ta UM Oonfedmte teats to olal ease work and *.,. ........ -
Thal, Maan. Italy. Waakegaa IBlnoU. Fraaaklto' Pessn..
Mot ...... ZeIIom pIe. P..aafhvs&
..u Kentucky Colonel! OP Lionclls Finish Zcllncr To Attend Jax Meeting I

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$.v Mules. .
;:; ,. of Teen Ctovo Kw1Na. a ... ,OrtwUV uU D vlopa.*nUM
a.., (Baa* Itananf an4- Technical. CWaIc lira{ rvtRs; Of School naitmf. of UM CoeMatMo Mj j .....,"
......; ... : .iF Pnpili ,
CMitMnMy Ctowotk sal ** TN Plesda Laglw pm .
Keoaarck aad to** orlnf Conlor. use, ....... .
New ofIte
... Tb 0 o.... Pant u..u.. Htovsaeat, a maw Fumes, for thin d.ni.l work and
'' Florida tM.we ef MiooVi.palKleo. ,. ..1t.hIp. Dr......., eattaaal.od .
w base ,oMH.t.vd thenotnbtf r I.l.e s ha parUrtoaled. In al sees this 1409 are

rrtLERTON NAMED MAUowTE .. of meet IJOf etudenuI a liar of _1I4ftMM arhtovo. ivomlood o hail program ofbweineoa.
cARxwIAD.er11 I I. the Oronto Peek amethotla. east anew.g to r.**wtr.oSMvoUry aUchllgbted by mush

Pisttartea. of Orwni 1ATCRIMT. OCTOaCK. 1| Twofvo LtaneOaa n rt< Owdoei T Bwdtr speaker, aa ...... Oeorgo A.
Cora, baa tau naanid **ero* <* on U* ft.tMti. inMed by la M* Msosnnfle b.....*.... wotAovt. Chief Justieo KH
tasy.hea-w of granges aod O saw Coeo eawlatm ...*.. ,.... four lint" won plaid aN ......d .rrU Drew, and syrwiUatedootuawlM .
wvm of UM Ch*
Walkor ....... Park QUw .un .4 4 jg aToM M.... lot tho tort... eoeteent***! biUM i Drew Pearson
aanMeavrtf. aad .-.,... h .......". Lea ll kkesey, Ol .. .
grove .UM ...... Ceased foOowo **** yeraftwAile4 AatUgMiih prorrantft
takkkf flea recently ae.... tjm. j-ne "d4. Their report KM bees limed to BMMoMay .. Saris", *>eU IfkrhMto. State Senate d
W BM""CVUkWf flO.W y KJV.TvMkBTOM meet lo use f\Mte ru AJk wres .*. IVod h* Jxk' Prea4den .eUet' "...... B. ? De lmn. LaU Was she wtil re-errw UM .,.. -li x C rto*.lL Hottae Speaker
area ctrto OVMI for aearty Kyeort. We are ant bed that. ...... M'-
waato Pert IJr..atsy- d 4... ......... its d>4 M4
Pass yost porrhaoed ilea* dtMwtn.g .., samvnl. canei* Wveo| of teegtM msmb.te
*** trrlaem .*< ell ese. W ...... .
eta Wa&er: toieveot ta UM W ewe M tnaas.Prttti Une o Pt b* toMtlfUt.. prowl SIR find a peiUI wekonvtaotini
flnL UM Irtwaarim at I set Owa CVO Keotorty r** sH Ceoae MMlla, to aa..owtata g Halm theadvta Pdadr of .o aid UM naUonB
OaVr OM chre *T men abase .lsk Ike j---- si km M+.a.y su./nd (rug Gee r..kJI m.rn. wgl IMcwr ed hi .$...' IM *r su4mflnmwrdtHn : ......... Navel All TYaJntna
*M.BrwM ruSl dim a.meansaeeatliK ae.m [had Y. Pessikil, if E..laa/t. P *MO Wes ** by onaJl U to ***** enpwheer. Command choir, of fnuMoln.
of the fna amd. M V K. Cherry Dr.rMa1-At N is.. ce..e.a.e H.n fee Me lo UM NmssMr >o>f efB ltemtaale g ....... tatter ye.sMot.s arc emngman armmtb ".,... ,CM >f UAt win *f fT toeioM] of It* -mo.MorW .
rife. Mm Ma ......"..,., bothe arhool. free) I we sew .wor y Cilnioj. Mr. tUntm w. Mrs to Melia IC** W delermts u. sMive ..... ... w' .*** used the muafe (I /th banquet
- else.. ......... lot ...... /.i1 eel bo V4 to Owa Cove tie UM p*4 II ye*** .Sy II 1t.... fi.> se.*.f of 1M tasr s'r on Monday SashOCokl ,..


TWO (Etatj! ( Eouuty( Crescent!! THURSDAY. OCTOBER M, 1954 _

( QIountV aIttscent \i JotIikket Are You Joining In? I Hill's CornerWe I I

The Rev. Dr. George HewardDR.
if he cannot
are now less than 14 or will n
In just twelve days something like 10,000 qualified address was like this: Jane days from the election anda apeak up in Clay Count

Thanks voters !In the County will join millions of Americans across Crofut, the Crofut Farm; drov deafening silence is all To all those who acre

the nation in exercising the most precious right of free men. er's Comers; Sutton County; that can be heard from that democracy can GIll

To Robert Orth, John McCarty and the other Johns- Three of the offices to be filled in the elections on New Hampshire; United States Louis Huntley, my opponent survive under a two-pan

Manville executves and staffers who came to Oreen Cove November 3 are of transcendent importance to the people of America; Continent of North for the state legislature. system, we ask you to <..

last week for the groundbreaking 'ceremonies, the community of Clay County They are the Presidency, for on the outcome America; Western Hemisphere; To be sure, he has now the word around that >v-,

*s a whole owes a debt of gratitude. They provide of that race hinges the peace of the world and the s the Earth; the solar System; purchased some bumper if you are registered Ib-

ed us wonderul opportunity to meet them, to gauge their prosperity of the nation; the governor's office, because, as the Universe; the Mind of Ood. stickers and is publishing Democrat, you may. in th

company, their plans and something of their hopes. As a I see it, Haydon Bums Is the only one of the two candidates That was her correct. address.It his picture In the newspaper. voting booth, vote Repubi+

result of that meeting there can be no lingering doubt as who knows our particular problems; and finally the officeof must have puzzled the post- But neither of these answers can where there Is a choirI

to the greatness of our new neighbor the state representstlve. man. But he delivered it Just any questions about his invite everyone interes
D. R. Matthews, State Senator Charley the same. It is good to know ed In
To Congressman future representative
past actions or lover
I shall vote for President Johnson . not that I love live. It is
and the Secretary of the State Senate, and former where we actually ads and ment to
Johns : him more, but that 1 love Barry Ooldwater less. Granting to think of the The paid political come to my how
Senator Edwin Fraser, we are grateful for making! the J-M Mr.. Johnson is awe-inspiring the bumper stickers both on Sunday from 4 oclcx.)
a political opportunist, granting his brief which
ceremony a little happier. All three men praised the splen regime has been marred by several scandals huge neighborhood fail to say anything about until 0 o'clock. Our coun
" unsavory little lives are .
did qualities of our new neighbor and promised to do whatever granting his conduct of our affairs around the world leavessomething our fleeting his primary shenanigans or committee will be happy
"The Universe
called to develop.
they could to make their operation here successful and to be desired; the fact remains he has, by and GEORGE P.HOWARD the Mind of Ood" that about the political lockjaw give you a barbecue ram

enjoyable. large, stood up for the right course most of the time It Is from which he has been wlch and a cup of coo
To Green Cove City Manager Den Zenner for his.unstinting no good to pine over the dear, dead days that Barry Gold- happened during the locates us where we truly suffering since he announced and I will try to answer a
cooperation In making the day a peasant one. (W. It If we are citizens of the Universe
water keeps talking about; they're dead and the tide is North Carolina maneuvers Just his candidacy months ago. questions you may haw
hope now the City Commlsilon can be persuaded to turn and the Mind of Ood, we
irreversible. second There are still more than live at Doctors Inlet, abou
into the
last Tuesday's guest house into an attractive permanent before we went dare not "play at living"; we
:2 miles the Docto.
old Southern 280 hours left before the
guest headquarters for J-M, Burlington and Climate executives Ooldwater has shown an almost Houdlnl-like ability to World War An must live a planetary life.
Inlet School
soldiers and it would require M+c'
whenever they came to Green Cove. J-M's bill at get out of untenable positions by reversing his attitudes lady encountered some "How can you live In Oos- polls open
), There will
dleburg be
of them for slun.
the Robert Meyer last"week must have been In the Mibh- . for political gain. Ooldwater Is on the record. favor- from a New York regiment. hen" Edgar Prank, In his only one
to the house
borhood of $400 or $500). in the John Birch Society (. a crazy conglomeration of lunatic "Are you going to fight Hitler poem "Ooshen," says a friend Mr. Huntley to appear on a pointing whir
Is about 150 yards off Stan
To Dr, Russell Jensen president of the Clay County fringers), opposing the United Nations; (which is an she asked. "We might asked him. This Is a wretched platform before some of our Road :
Chamber of Commerce, to John Hall"and J. P. Hall,'J,* to perfect as it may be, Is an international forum which Is an have to," one of them answered 'little place where people talk voters . anythlne, anyplace
absolute . "ThInk the North will Join . ." . to allow these Your children will be Wp
the "Atlantic Coast Line executives and to all others who necessity if we are to maintain communicationwith about tawdry things

helped make it ,,a warm and hospitable send-off more. the furiously nationalistic peoples of the world-); opposed In?" "But I do not live In Oos- voters to hear our views on' corned and looked aft

thaw to federal programs as aid to education public Like mountain avalanches, hen." the poet answers. "I live some of our pressing bus'- Bring :your friends too

And. finally, to the staff of the Rlvervlew Restaurant power, agriculture, public housln/, urban renewal, etc. revolutionary change are In Greece where Plato taught ness and to compare our Harold HnJRepublican

who prepared a really topnotch luncheon; "to: Jim Carey (What would you pay for your child's lunch every day If sweeping over the world today and Phidias.carved. I live In attitudes and Ideas.' How Candidas

who furnished the house; to Charlie Helm who providedthe It were not for federal subsidies to the school lunch program Yesterday's Ideas are being Room where Cicero penned Immortal can these voters expect him

chairs; and to Madylen who topped all this with an ,); and more.I challenged, great issues are beIng lines and Michelangelo to speak up In Tallahassee State Legislature

king of flowers, thanks debated, and the future of dreamed things of beauty. Do I Paid Political Ad. I
think Senator Ooldwater Is probably an earnest and humanity Is at stake. Are we not think my world Is small because

badly misguided man. I think there Is no question be will Joining In to help or are we you find me In a little
carry less than 10 states X doubt it will do Clay Countyany Just standing on the sidelines '
village, I' have books my
( good If Its vote Is cast for a loser, taking snap-shots of those who pictures, my dreams my enchantments BUD'S' GATE STATIONKEROSENE

The Prestige ofLBJ In the governor's race, I think Mr. Holley has shown sweat and bleed In the arena that transcend Time and
of life for bet
a desperate recklessness that augurs no good for his future M they struggle Space. I do not live In,, Goshen -

In any position of great responsibility lie must have ter things? at all I live In an unbounded Home Delivery or -
The prestige of Lyndon Dames Johnson was not enhanscd We can't know life It we .
known how foolish universe with the souls
was his charge against Mayor Burns great L'-IIaul It Service Available
by the events of last week. stand off and Just look at It. It
on the Nassau bank of all for
account; he must have weighed care ages my compan-
Plionfe 284-0250
The resignation of one of Johnson's top aides Walter fully the reputation and Integrity of the person or persons looks material.! The ocean at ions.
Jenkins, after dlcslosure he had been arrested for a second from whom he got the spurious records He did not. But night looks black and dead. But Orange Ave and Cove St. GREW COVE

time on morals charges, simply adds to the bad adour already even without that episode, I suspect Mr Holley would be the swimmer plunges in and
created by Johnson's friendship with the likes of the water sustain him and MRS. CIIAUNCEY MOORE
hard put to find Clay County without a good, big map. ++++++++++++++++r.
Bobby Baker and BUlle Sol Bales. Though the President glows with phosphorescence.Ever .
now denies he was aware of the earlier charge against Haydon Burns has been a good and fast friend of the since the day John

Jenkins, this is a hard one to swallow. It all lends credenceto County for a long time. He Is Intimately conversant with Wesley regarded the world as Mrs. Chauncey Moore will

Dean Francis Sayre's statement that the President's the problems and aspirations of every area of the county his parish, we too have been have a coffee at her home on

"private lack of ethic must inevitably Introduce termites at He has stood up for local projects: ; stood up against the obliged to have a world-wide F FLCLEANkRi
Susan Drive last .
Oreen Cove ( 59 i fuae
the very foundation." asslnlne disaffection of Fannie Bryant. In the first primary view. No longer can we come >

Another resignation far away, the quickie political demise this county gave Haydon Burns the largest percentage to our decisions purely In terms left going over Bhands Bridge)

of Nlklta Khrushchev, will weaken the President's plurality of any county in the itate I hope we'll do It again. of our own country We belong on Thursday morning, October

hand if only because of the uncertainty It has produced. to the world.Thornton 20. beginning at 9:30 o'clock. :
In the third Important race I would first
aay X believeHarold
.As the'new men In the Kremlin find their way, there will Wilder In "Our All those who are InterestedIn
11111 has served the whole county well. Ht has
be for some Urns a sort of vacuum during which no one Town" tells the tory of a girl the Goldwater R-pub'Ican
worked long and hard to establish at the local level a
dare make a movs. who was 111 and who receiveda party and In the establishment
No one, that Is, except the Chinese Communists who working two-party system. I very much hope he will continue letter from one of her former of the two party system In the : ; Ml N. ORANGE AVE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS .' ,'

will be emboldened by this vacuum to attempt to seize the will not after be the an office election that so goes that unopposed.four years .from now there minister On the envelop the County are. Invited to attend. . II i Ii It'", "I t4 i II + LlIt4H I+I t+I'
world communist. leadership they have so long sought. The

detonation by Mao Tse Tung of a nuclear weapon may or However X believe Louis Huntley can. of the two candidates

may not be a part of this strategy of fear. do a more effective job. ,X ssy this because X don't
And In Britain the Laboritce won a national election bya believe Louis Huntley belongs to anyone
margin almost narrower than that of John P. Kennedy How, each of us votes Is not so Important. that w. vote HERE ARE 5 GOOD '

four years ago. Kennedy's slim Victory frightened no one and that we vote not. 'for friends or relative but lor the

because In our system of government an administration is candidates each of us honestly believes mill best serve us all.
elected for four years. In Britain It U elected for only>so1
Where there are unopposed candidates there Is
long as It can command a majority In the House of Com always REASONS WHY I
mono Where that majority falls, the ,government tills the troublesome alternative of writing In the name of someone .
more palatable. Beside each candidates
All In all It does not make a happy ..Iluatlon.I : name on
the ballot there la space for a write-lnl:. It ia.lICt likely to r

elect or defeat anyone. It could conceivably ton ne" the
"If high councils of the party to'choose more carefully in the DO ALL MY .Y.

,,,ture. /F

Celebrates 35th Anniversary


Herbert Hoover MorrisHerbert + f

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Morris will be sorely missed la Orange Park.

He had served the town for more'than seven years

as a member of Its town e
three as Its town clerk though he was to all Intents 1 I. HIGH EARNINGS Q .

and purposes its town manager

Out the dedication of Herb Morris to the welfare of ON MY SAVINGS .

v' I his town went far beyond what he was paid to do He ,

contributed. In countless hours his enthusiasm his skills

his equipment and his energy to the building of the 2 CONVENIENT"

llojrt CoWl Stadium. Whatever he did he did without. ,

ostentation but with dedication.

No one who ever rubbed elbows with this quirt dedicated CHECKING PLAN

man failed. to bare with a higher\ regard for :

mankind. Ills early death will leave a vacuum In Orange

Park; one that will be hard If not ImpoaalbU. to fill 3, LOW RATE LOANS


Setters ta tIle 3Elitn r BOXES I

The .*.. Kbrrt\ J. sods.,, wtir"4 rlpsr .t St MarysEpUrapat .
To The Crw cent.: because hurricane Dors ha
Cburth. .f Own Cave, last week eM.raU4. the. >
X read with the ad. created an overload of .-arl 5 A FRIENDLY
Interest L
thlrty-mUi aftnlmiary ., Ma erdlnaU I".. the srlrcUb j
.... The' ..,. U'llUam P.Erwl, lib ..rrt..r at ." Mary's. mUaemrnt of Mr HunUty. on the county road depart

MId a sprrUI rrkkratUn Ike lUly Cess wUm .has. The phrase. "Action not grow mnt.this Hurricane grass and Don wetila did. ,no II HELPFUL STAFF |IJ j jA

.( DM eMtlvmary. A ,ra4.... .. Bard Clb e pal Otswral I Promisee" was of gmt Inter
weather aH this
.......... fttMlnary, Mr. ,..!.* was ....... to UM sum
Nt, as the eounly road la front mar to produce this abundant
.......... at New Tact1 Ullto Chirth AiwvM The Car.IMS :
.. April, lets aM five SMalha Islet .a Oft It, waaertalnf I of my booM .. kiM-drp ingram of grass and weeds and UM Kl'LL-SKKVICK: : HANK Dots I ) : MOItK.( ) : KOU YOU
I and wtmU. only Arttat I bass Is UM
.. the ninth..* a" Warn rant al SI r....
On BrptMnbtr It I was prom grass growing taller
Effaces Chetth. Pteria, lit Dwiag WerM War II heerr4
I lied that It ..-wW be taken P U HentnctoQ
as a* Amy *ha.UUi sad rasae .. Ones taN 1stJely
'"1. lie rt...... II swathe. age hwsM* .! Ill krahh. :rare of In two or three weeks. Orange Park BANK f GREEN COVE: SPRINGS

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I MINCAN OLDTWWATTI CHOttlft_ttlTOH hi ruWJSMMI Clay County Property The County's Oldest and Largest Bank

I cuzAinN LEONARD cuoNre. ___ _UCUTAITfeausan U.itA

gvnv Tnvaa .t Cesar..t ..... IK.
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Leading the devotional. Miss Other meetings next week FOUNDERS CIRCLE cucRcn NOTICE
MHC& Tarbell deftly pointed out Ood art The Good Citizens League, Boy Scout Fish Fry TOURS RAIFORDHOETICVLTVRAL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
desire that all peoples of the Monday 7.39: o'clock: Mrs SOCIETY
I earth should love each other. Dopps Book Circle, Tuesday, _. Cor. E. Iloiuton St. A
Penney FarmsReporters Under the auspices of the 1:30: Sunday School Board Some of the members: of the N. Magnolia Are.
Literary Committee, a programwas and -Teachers meeting Tuesday Founders Circle of the Oreen GREEN COVE SPRINGS
presented with Mrs T. H. 1;30. These meetings will made a trip to the Raiford FLORIDA
Runyon presiding be held in the lecture room ,It Horticultural Gardens on Subject
Among the many returning Batchelor have arrived at MHC Rufus Wilson of the Dunbar the church. Thursday, October: IS
traveler are the Rev. and I after a preaching tour of about Chorus and Band revealed I I The Rev. Oeorgo 8. Button The tour of the greenhouse PROBATION AFTER DEATH
Mrs. C 8 Hlgby who report four months, in Bristol Waillngford skill in the presentation of will lead the prayer meet 1 UK also included a visit to some October 29. 1064
having spent a quiet, restful Bridgeport Plain- two piano numbers, Mary Lola I' next Wednesday, at 7.30: o'clock of the other phases of training -
month near Salem. Va., with I' ville, and Torrirurton, coon Oandy, Dunbar Librarian i in the Penney church. through the educational department
their friends, Miss Constance Mr. Batchelor also taught brought a message of appreciation 'I of the Florida State ; payless
Mitchell and Miss Ada Jane I men's Bible classes, and ministered and gratitude from Last Saturday afternoon .1 Prison at Raiford. .
Harvey, who are residents of I to Advent Christians Dunbar High School students number: of neighbors and I Members: making the trip I
Conway Ark., and spend their: Baptist and Congregational On display were. copies of friends had a birthday party were Mrs M. D. Argo, Circle
summers at their cottage on I churches the music for chorus and a for Mrs. Helen Springer Mason Creek near Salem. I It was not all work, because selection of books for the Dun- her apartment. Mrs. A. 8- Earl) vice president: Miss Bonnie
Following that they visited Mr and Mrs. Batchelor spenta bar School library, made possible baked a cake decorated with Dean Baker Mrs M. C. Carlle,. for Production
with Miss Byrd McOavock, near week at the N Y World's by a purse from MHC augmented roses and Mrs R. L. Smalley Mrs, F P Cowart, Mrs L. M.
Pulaskl Va. Miss Oavock and Pair, the Eastern Exposition by a gift from the furnished the punch. There Johnston Mrs. R. L. Kledilk. Credit
Mrs. Higby were classmates at''in Springfield Mass and the Ouild and the labors interest, were many gifts,birthday cards Mrs Thomas J. Knight and
Randolph-Macon Woman's College Danbury Fair in Connecticut. and knowledge of the chairmanof : and OYnrL Those present Included Mrs C R Wllllson FINANCINGPay

The Batchelors also took a the literary committee, Mrs : Mr. and Mrs R L
En route home the Hlgbys boat excursion on Long bland T H. Runyon Smalley, the Rev and Mrs A. E. C. Dalgle Sceirtnaitrr .f Tree N*. Ml, (far kill) only tlmj>f. Interest
spent several darns with their I i Sound They had delightful A happy hour of fellowship\ 's. Earl Mrs. Karen Riser the Is handed a dinner by fair! leader lUberl. Stark as -on the amount of money

friends Dr and Mrs. Clarence I|visits with their son at Devon, followed this program rendered Rev and Mrs. R. 8. Ouptill Patrol Leaders Wayne Thompson CC'fnt..rl) end Larry Fact you use only for as
by the Oulld Committee : the Rev and Mrs C. & li gby.
Jordan, of the Kolnonia farms Conn. so long UNit
U look sn. This troop was formed stout I months are si you inter.rat *
serving tea and choice refreshments the Rev. and Mrs C. M Acker-
Community near Americust I In his spare moments, Mr
with I ,. I d compultd Oil tAe
bey It has new grown t. number II. Akout a
and Mrs. C O
the Rev.
Oa Since several of the MHC Batchelor built a patio for enJoyment man.
members have visited this integrated at their summer cottage Cole the Rev. and Mrs E L I month age, they bas no Meeting plate. Hearing of the outttattding balance/ ofsvur

community the Htgbn Southing-ton., Conn Mr and Mr*. William J. I Ferris, the Rev. and Mrs W plight of the scouts Echlo. and Don Segiil gave them. the. > JtxtBorrow all

are glad to report some lessening They visited sick, shut In, Purse of t'mstilla. and Mr Klnsey, the Rev and Mrs H we of s betiding' at the Junction of Highway 11 A 1C |nOrangedalo your money this way.
and Mrs J. W. Monica! of C. Travis Mrs O A. Oetty<< by financing
of the boycott and discrimination and tUerly, in homes and in and the Florida Fewer and Light donated the everything
there. three large hospitals. Eustls called\ on the Rev: A the Rev. and Mrs C H. Coker through Production
I light. Last SaUriayy the .
group held a nah fry U rilesfund.
Mrs Daniel L. Snyder last Mrs O. Koyker, and Mrs E R. CmllU!
Also while there, theywatched week. I Brown U help! then g. U the Canporeo si tlllvtr Sprisp
the fall resumptionof Sixty-five persons turned I this week-end.
the preparation of their out Oct. 14, in a lashing rainstorm -
pine pecans, ."pecandy and to attend the year's The Rev. C. A. Miller win be I Mr. and Mrs Charles Allen
famous fruit cakes: and learned first Guild meeting The presi- the preacher at the Penney and daughter Beth of Washing- .
that orders for Christmas dent, Mrs Edgar Wilson, presided Memorial Church service 'at I dropped in to visit Mrs Vir. From roof
shipments are already pouring over the business meeting 11 o'clock Sunday. gle Dibble last week Mr Allen to cellar
Intercessory prayer meetings I is s retired Air Force officer
In ,seeking support of the group are held each Friday at 1:30: : and is touring Florida with SEE YOU ATEchie's 1 A modern Trlrslerhome.. for Iimwif financing.,,
for projects to uplift! humanity to
o'clock In the lecture room of his family, seeking a. place to owners policy gives" you root cull or ...
The Rev and Mrs. Percy R. throughout the world. the Penney Memorial Church. I retire In this state. I agar protection for your house ..e ..emte a 0......_
and Us contents one econom A...., C*..tf a. a'e .'''-
---- kalptcl.i', Xtk) us for details. TM.*(.. I. a.. . isNortheast p.m.
Value in UHF/VHF about our umbrtlls ol Insurance n._ sea-eyes
Great New Tyj
I I for home, FredeeUea Cr4itAssedaUtti
Clay County Servicemen .*.. spur _

NEW 1965Acimirat Ill Mali Street, .....na
Robert: O Lockwood, muter Oreen Cove has been acceptedIn . Tel EA I-IKI
chief fire control technician, the advanced, corps of the IN.ORAN6EDALE J
USN, son of Mr, 'and Mrs Ar- Air Force" Reserve Officer SlATER SMITH Id tdf.we4 Anne 8.

thur C. Lockwood of Keystone Training Corps (ArTlOTCt JaeksMvtlti
Heights participated In aKorth program at Syracuse University. I 'INS AGENCY TtL EV 41141CIIURCH

23 CONSOLE TVfer / Atlantic Treaty Organ .Cadet Boyette, a graduateof ,. ,
lutlon (NATO naval training Clay County High School
II North Orange
operation called "ExerelM U a Junior at the university .1,
Tram Work" In the North Atlantic Ills wife, loge, U formerly of.1 - Gras Conpelage' /

while serving; aboard the Germany t" rhone IIIIIMe f yedlt '
attack aircraft e&n1er188 Independence llodstlon
His unit along Charles L Netllebunt. It JI'I'ft 7''tlrd' I'r'nple Mtrl I II -h;
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$3.00. with other naval units from son of Mr. and Mrs Warner L.1 I .TOAVf tIM
'$ Cove ..$ asuaaace ........1.
Nettlehursc of Oreen
Belgium Denmark.
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\\Kk Norway, the Netherlands and completed basic training at I
United KI lldom., U conducting the Naval Training Center
training operations in strtke, Great Lakes, Dl The, nine- I.. - ,
sntWsubmartne and.. anti-air week training Includes naval '.4. tt'
warfare I erimUUon. hlatory and or .,
,anlaaUo,,. aeamanahl&' onto

Cadet Paul A. Burette son of: nancev,and gunnery, military . ,. .
r.Jt' RVA6
[J Mrs Frances N Scythe of drill first aid and survlvsl

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I rAct"role (Etay'&twntg THUMDAT. OCTOBER, ties

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Socials NAB. Hospital Ward A-'. he attended at the White I tona Beach before attending Frank Norton, of Baltimore. are freshmen.. val County, printed .n N&&all
Green Cove whom Mrs. English bad I County and put In the
House where he chatted with the national Lambda Chi Alpha Md., man+ m
LAST WEEK Orange Park .
Tommy Rivers, a senior at the First Lady. Also while he Fraternity Conference In not seen for 28 yean. )
Mr. and Mrs. A.I.0rragues Mrs. A. D. Duck is visiting the University of Florida, was was In Washington, he wu In- Miami. Tommy Is chaplain of The Crescent last week carried The Crescent every a"ek, ,5
had u visitors last Friday Mrs. I her sister, Mrs C. L. Cogswell home for the week-end. He vited by Pearl Bailey to be her his fraternity this year Attending Furman. University more than twice u many column readable, informatm end
X.: Weber and her son Bob of in LaGrange, Tenn. reports it is good to be back special guest at one of her en'tertalnmenta are Michael McLain Maguire inches of paid advertising widely read. In fact u, sh
I In had son of Elliott L. Maguire 'u the only other weekly distributed some of our reader area! ,
Orlando who were enroute I school after having a there. Alter returning Mr. and Mrs Palmer English Qut:
home fro ma trip to PltUburg, Mrs. OscaVgelmann. ofOrangedale busy summer A highlight of from Washington, he had as their guesta last weekend and Joseph Puhl, son of Mr. In the County (con lending their copies I', "",, 'r
Pa. I Rt., Is a patient at the summer was the reception : worked for four weeks at Day her cousins Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Peter J. Puhl. Both ceived In heaven, edited In Du- neighbor

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Q Noyemb.r 3, 1964

Lrdoft.. OEM Amendment No. 1 No. 't'

Hubert H. Humphreys. ARTICLE VII
Electors for President and Vico Pnsidentww
Apportionment Pro 6trl,'an amendment to Artlcli Ml
of the Florida Constitution to
rya'.rtr.M 1o relating Apportionment and
(Vote for Group) M. IEr -,. No. 1AGAINST Census providin=..Ibat- ..House of Representatives shall
consist of 112 Representatives and the Senate shall coniiit
i 1t I .'I GOLDWATER of 43 members and further providing that the Legislature
William. L Millar o shall reapportion' ,t the' 1971",regular. session and every ten
..;, yean thereafter. -

, 4 e41NI' ,. DIM <- Amendment No. 2' -.

'c1.. CONGRESSIONAL qr. S"IIIr4 L No. 2
.. FORAmendment J

For United States \
.",'" ........ ___ : . Terms of Offices mated by Lerlslltare-PropOIIDf in
II' N amendment to ArtMe XVI Bectien 7 to provide that the
Ulature may extend: the terms of the membership on the bald
, (Vote for One) Claude I. with
: 'p AGAINSTAmendm..f J charr responsibility colleges and universities (not
.. ,..... KIRK JR. o Including junior colleger) M not more than nine years

dir ,
., .
DIM No. 3 \.....No.CONSTITUTIONAL.. .,

to/5 I FORAmendment ARTICLE XII, SECTION 18,
0 0 SUB-SECTIONS and b
(o) ( )
For School Bonds for Capital Outlay-Proposing an amend.
Governor ... ... "" meat to Article XII of the Florida State Constitution relate
REP No. 3 Ing to the use of nnrlof Ike tovesme derived from the llceniing -
Ch arles R. of motor vehicles for capital outlay and debt carries and
(Vote for On.) AGAINSTAmendment J other! school purposes adding a method of computing the
HOWY o Bomber of Instruction units r Increasing Interest rate to 4H
per cent per annum and extending maturity date on bonds
to January 1, 8000. '

... a.-... r
DEM No. 4 w
Luis LRNNiur No. 4
For Member State House of Representatives o 0M ARTICLE XII, SECTION S

Principal of State School Fund to remain inviolate Eiccption .
"'J' ... '. .,en.s -Proposing an amendment to Article XII, Section S ,
(Vote for One) I fF UP. Amendment No.4AGAINST of the Florida Constitution authorising that the principal
HI.I.} ; t, 'jrIRl1 of the atate school fund may be expended: for capital outlayon
:' J .' J \ behalf of stab Institution .f higher learning including
.. 'I Junior colleges, and capita( outlay for public schools.


F COUNTYf' Carl .. DIM ( : ..w..t,.' 7 ,'.""' ....".'.' I''
..tl ,rV'\; P J d:"
MOStlY ,E EI .
\ J I 't ..."
f For Constable ( ,- ".. .t" 1 :.' "',:...-. ......* .
.. '. ,j. S-iiUt* "ii ****wrrs*, ;

DlstrUt He. 2 ere, 'lip...... ....... ... "' ...... .. +-* No 5
......... ... CONSTI'IUZJONAL..AMENDMua..TO ,
H..14 L '1". ARTICLE *II
(Vote for Ont) II8UH8I *... ., I ,.lti., ... J Appointment ofeteetlon School
,. \ County S.pertDttad.llt
J"w. @ .... r-'. !!:r.w.r.::; I In certain counties Proposing an amendment te Article III
'. of the State Constltn / "l4In, that the Snpertntondmt
... ........... of Public Instruction shall appointed by the County Beard I
CONGRESSIONAL DIM I I AM....... H*' S of tin,Public Instruction I lathe' n.i'tiU of Es IllW" Lake. Mar. I

ForineCouns'tire' Diu (' 1 JDIM :S FOR ., J the proposition Okeochobee.is Palm affirmed JUMnTPatnam by a majority and veto Sentinels of the goalltled wVertia I
UNOPPOSED electors ef any suck. eeunty making the offleo appointive redproviding
\ that all, ,Celllt1 adopting this proposition aur,
.in c.... Dltt.-(Vote for One) after four
CANDIDATES year, return to Its tho
,.. former states by ssne
J _. procedure for adopting It. I

The remaining offlctt rtqulrtd JUDICIAL ... ,, ..'"- ..Aa..t N. J ;2-: _.. I
by l bw to be filled .t this .Iee-! For Justice 0 f. LK.POERTS. -__- ___ AGAINST X .

tion art being sought by only Supreme Courtone ....... 0': @'j
ndld, Cro-p No. I (Vote .0..4.
c t$ for each offkt. for One) "
To vote for these remaining of
fleet place cross ()X) mark' In For Justice of the DIM "' '" 'iii, AaNa...... Nee i _NaeCONSTITUTIONAL .
the to the right of the
I. Harris
name of the candidate for whom Supreme Court FOR J AMENDMENT TO

you desire to vote To vote for a Cretin He. 2-(Vote for One) DREW ", @j'I \ Appointment or'ARTICLE election of County XII School Superinttv
person whose name Is I not print. *."U 7' .'for County-Prepoalng an amendment .. Article
ed on the ballot, write his name \ XII ef the Constitution providing that the Superintendent
In the blank space provided for For Justice of the DIM Amendment He. b of PuWIe Instruction of Taylor County shall be appointed 'kf"
that lie h.,. w. the Cast Board of Public lastmctlon. provided the preposition
purpose Supreme Court J AGAINSTAmendment ls affirmed by a majority vote of the qualified electors
---.... IRVIN @j of the county and that the county may after four years return -
1f1vs{ Group N. J (Vote for One) to Its former status by the same procedure outlined for
tfontlur It. _

I For Judge of the District! Court of Appealdint J.h T.WIGGDfiON. DIM Ho. 7

f Appellate Dlitrfct \ J. FOR J No. 7

(Vote 'for One) N ARTICLE XVI

Continuity of Covernment-Proposlrtg! an amendment to
DIM Amendment No. 7 Article XVI ., the Florida .
Constitution to prevtdo for meant
.., For Circuit Court Judge \.. Tyei A.IOTtI y to insvre continuity of state and local ....rIIID..taI ooor-
I I \ P AGAINSTAmendment i au... in penoda of.... caused
-J.,., <*!*'j'JJ..m.i Fourth Judklil Circuit "\ ,; by enemy attack. rteocy resulting from disasters
,jj g (Vote for One) \ ;1-1T.
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STATE I \ .... DIM 'il j It.
No. 8
of State \
For Secretary ADD
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For Attorney General Earl OEM J Am"'F'rt'10 J CONSTITUTIONAL No. AMENDMENT 10 TO

Incrmslnr number of Judicial Circuit*-Pr piln* an
amendment to Article V, Section 6, Sub-Section: (1)) of the
Florida Constitution Increasing the number of Judicial elr.
OEM cult to not more than 20 and providing that there shall be
For State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom D.BAIUY. AiNsO no reduction in the number of circuit Judge reiidinr in any
J J county formerly a part of a Judicial circuit, hereafter created -
(Vote for One) divided, changed or revlied.

DEM Amendment No. 11 No. 11
For Florida Public Utilities CommissionerVote Edwin L "Ed"MASON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
( for One) 0Amendment
Additional method of Reviling or Amending the ConttUtutlon !
-Propculnn an amendment to Article XVII of the
Florida Constitution providing an additional method of revlf.
OEM 11 log or amending! the Conititutlon) providing that either
For State AttorneyFourth branch of the Lrgl latur. may propose by Joint resolution a
William A. J AGAINSTAmendment revision of the entire Constitution or a revision or amend
Judicial Circuit HAUOWIS, 3rd went of any portion and may direct and provide for a*
1 Vote( for One) election thereon.

For Public DefenderFourth OEM 11- No. 12 No. 12

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,\ '''f' Extending period of time for Second Caa Ta --Proposing
an amendment to Article IX, Section II ef the Florida
I 1 Constitution relating to distribution and use of gaaollM and
No. 12
LEGISLATIVE ', OEM like tares, increasing from 50 U 71 years from January 1,
For State Senator Charley E. ; ,1. 1I4S, the period during vhlca, proceeds of the Second Gas Tax
WWB AGAINSTAmendment \ ahaU be placed In the "State Road Distribution Trust Fund."
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TAGS SIX ,Off!ay jfCgtmtg l !} Olresftut! THURSDAY OCTOBER t*. lt"



Won Lost

tie w Kingfishers , 14 8

M Jokers . . . 13 7
J Sports Editor JOHN GRONER ," .
Untouchables 12 8 ,. .
Drivers . . . 11 9 '1.>\ -a. ; ' ;i >

Magnolia . . 10 10 FeBlanks DEVILS B-TEAM LOSES ; : .- : I
., Champions . . 8 13 : V:
8-Balls ... . . 8 12 The Clay High Baby Blue ( :
Professors .... . 4 18 DevilsA Devils lost Tuesday to their .'
arch rivals the Orange Park
The Kingfishers lost four
Raiders, 14 to 8. m
, games to the Champions but! y Y.. ; rS +
"_ P t fired up Rebel team beat In the first! quarter No. 38 I ,
teyu till hold onto a slim one came
t r Clay High's Blue Devils of troke lose and sprinted for a rW17
lead. High for the women was
Bart Christian with a 169 single Oreen Cove last Friday night 70-yard touchdown run. They !
passed successfully for the extra
33-0. j
and 474 triple
point to lead by 70. ( r--
Freddy Hancock's 211 820 The Devils who threatenedto .
score in both tint and sec The Devils came back in the -
set and Bandy Speannan",203, VsTl I'r
ond halts of the ball game were second 'quarter with a pass
I 524 set were high for the men.
Two more bowlers are needed topped by Santa Pa play from quarterback Don "
.. The Rebels scored a touch- Bowles to halfback Don Hart-
to fill vacant, Call 3848682. -
: Pictured above are the winners in the Mike Dlckeraon, Danny Clark Tommy LMLnmpkln down In the first quarter, two man and the extra point attempt
I Pont Pan and Kick competition lad Sal& ,' Jimmy Bolvin Reggie Heath, In the second quarter, and an- was not good leavingthe t6I6ih
rdsy, first row (l-rl 1 John !Sabotta! Bill and Ricky Hof an. Third rows Randy Brmu- other In the fourth quarter. Devils trailing by ,.,.

I Lemen. Tom Temple, Ronnie Willis..Robert son,. secy..trcms. .f tho Jaycees, Hal, Me-, Torque converters In j h e Two of their ft extra. points The third quarter was the / '777 Every.t .
Dlckenon, Joe OUcbea, Twig YelUn, David Kee, chainnaa of P. P, A K. and Charles 1985 Dodge Coronet automatic were goodTRY : big one for Orange Park when
Koia, Russell Gimblll; second row Water, Assl. to the President of J, P. mismlwlons have been modified the quarterback scare the winning L. light--iOtb & 11th iACES

Vernon Willis,. Kea Bradley,John Stone, Revels Ford Company. -to reduce the tendency of touchdown from 22 yards t
theear'lo "creep" when the out, and "the extra point was

engine Idling good giving the Raiders a s

Punt, Kick and Pass Clay County' FRANKLIN.ROWLL8. A SMALL AD 14 to 8 victory. ; ;

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Services for Franklin
Winners Are Picked Public Library Rowlls. 43 years.John Old, who died FOR ROLDUNDAT The Wayside GAMES Horseman's o. 4,4.L 1

suddenly 1as4} Wednesday were Club announces that their
held Friday at Meth I
The Clay County Public Library th,1'In' BIG RESULTS Games and Frolics will beheld
Approximately! 80 boys from I Temple. Age 10 .:... lit; Ronnie odlst Church, Green; Cove ,with
completed every Sunday, at 2:30
I through 13 yean of age met Wilkes; 2nd, David Roes; 3rd, lyitem Its the Rev, Gordon Craig. offfclatng. I o'clock, starting Oct. II. Everyone .
at Boosters Field ,last Saturday John Babotta. Age 11 r lit, third year of operation as a is welcome.
morning to compete In the Reggie Heath; 2nd, Ken Bradley unified county' system 'last Mr, Rowlls, a .veteran of

annual Punt, Pass and Kick ; 3rd Ricky Hogan Age 12 month. The annual report for World War n, was employed

competition which la sponsoredby lit, Jimmy Bolvlne; 2nd, the past year reveals an increase a t Fairchild Hitter. Corps in
Ji P Revels Ford Motorama. Danny Clark; 3rd, Tommy Lee t St Augustine, 'A member'
*The Oreen Cove Jaycees Lumpkln. Age, 13 lit, Ver of approximately 70 per Cabul Lodge j P.A A.M', he was
managed this years competition non Willis; 2nd, John Stone; cent In circulation of books prealdent of the ,'lay County

for J. P. Revels Ford Mo-( 3rd, Mike Dlckeraon. over the previous year In the Shrine Club at the! ,time ofthls r

torama with Hal McKee serving Prizes were awarded In each county as a whole. All libraries death and a member of MorocCo -
as chairman Aiulitlng Mr. In the B through Shrine Temple. .
age group. ,ln,the county and the bookmobile -
McKee were Randy Brunton, 10 age group the first place saw a sharp Increase in He leaves] his'+widow, sirs.
Freeman Everett, Frank Barrlngton. : winners received a warm up Betty Rowlls} a daughter, Sharon
Wm. T Lemen O T. Jacket, the second place winners the number of books circulated : and his father, A. JRowlls .

Oamblll, and Charlie Watersof a place-kicker outfit, and A total of 73.080 books were of Oreen.Cove, *
Revels. borrowed from all outlets in Honorary pan"bt'arera were
J. P.
the third place winners a football '
the county an increase of members of Cabul Lodge
The winners In each age autographed by top NFL
group are ai follows: Age 8- stars The II, 12 and 13 year 30,039 'over last year The Active pall bearers w.rti: 'H.
lit, Joe( Olachea; 2nd Twig old boys each received: a plaque Orange Park Library circulated O. Bharpless, It. W Tucker,
Yelton; 3rd Bill Lemen, Jr.; which WM properly engraved. 38,91 books, Oreen Cove Lanny Lancaster Mervin Raw-
Age B lit, Robert Dlckersonj I District eliminations will beheld Springs 24,203 books, Keystone Icy, D. C Sohm Tracy Saun-
Heights 9,730" books, the bookmobile Charles Holley would be able to
2nd; Russell Oamblll; 3rd,Tom at Odor Bowl Oct. 31st.
9,101 books and the Burial was In Hickory Drove
Mlddleburg shelf 440 books cemete..,. Helm Funeral Home

\\lil II .I\a\ \ iBAIIIINITj The wu number about equally of books divided borrowed be. was In charge of arrangements':

Left; to,rlgbtl .Sharon Martla Earllno Miles, Lorraine Nichols, and Pall| Rivers
tween adult and Juvenile The .
ratio cks. Nantr. Boyle' .' ram PHj>m, Myrna Farmer- TIBS' *
varied notably among the
libraries. The reference use of EASYWASHES

the library also increased tremendously

during the year.
Most of the work was related to
i academic studies-high school: e1 bevro1t

,d I junior! college, and extension r I
,.n courses.

., MA' -ItHI' Throughout the county A 1 N ee+..lad.mh.. e ..t ,; .. .,...(
total. of 1,773 new borrowers rowola f .
be 1 e' at
registered with the library The 1q/. I r

largest percentage of thesecopy gal ..e.oLbse t tJ ?J .
new resident and children

getting cards for the first ;....... .
OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY! time but many were long time :
residents who had Just begunto ;

NEW LOW PRICES { use the library. .

During the year 9,823 books 1 I--

103 SO. ORANGE AVE 'were added to the collections: RIALIY
tn the county 909 were gifts
GREEN COVE: irKING and the remainder were pur
chased. There Is a total of U- ICCAUU ONLY LUY

,lee books now In the Clay leAS THE SPIKUATM
"Carting. Black Label" County Libraries In addition:

Se ttle there have been some 1,200
BEE R 1111. It 6 Ca .n 69 books on long-term loan from \

the state library and books requested ,
which are not in the
'.,.rn..& Plate Umlt 8 rleaae county are borrowed ronaUnt-

I ly from the slate library on a
ICE CREAM 1 10 Inclusive tnlfn swirls
a s 5 1 1 1 15 three week baals The popular
type books have been roUUd clotMi vp down and
among the libraries throughout ground 'In Tlrun I"
AU Stands Rg. King (Use ttltore the year making tor a fairly action Ivan clothes

'wide range of mreaUon ma. terry,cite wt dtepeit"
CIGARETTES , ,cr: : $2.69 tertal. dirt without, ..It, tear Of
.. .. _
Library In
1--znt, have
"Bavartaa Selrel"
the I
library program "beyond Uw
BEERSIee.t.6 erIse89J '
limits of what the library's! workpower
suit and budget are aWe U doTer .
O""nJ... Bprtnta group
'...... .. Y provided the library with air ago

ICE MILK 5.5 i GAL. 49 condiUonrrt annual membmhlp financed drtre by Th the*

many cultural program span- comes in two kinds of pickups Trim nwuide

"Gemwwr." eared nave by been the..Orange,dan,Park euUUndIng group- Pickup (shown above) . or handy Stepskfe Pickup with running boards be-

BEER OR ALE" 6 Pak 99t group. The provided Keyvtone vartou Itrighu tmprovenenU tween cab and rear fenders. There are 6- or 8-ft bodies, plus an extra-long

for the new 1014. 9-ft StepsSde body. Floor of heavy wood planking with fu6-length steel skid
Inc there. .
Bavarlaa Bolorl. One of the MthhghU of the taadml.iw"o:4lJ9M strips.Tailgate held snugly" by anti-rattle! latches.You get

BEER 2mm rail 69 year wu the opening of the : front and
smooth VTh
new library building at It.,. [h lit Independent suspension seltadjusting .

lone Height The attractive brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for your kind of Job.
constructed "y
building was
Geijes Ripe
the rounty la eooperaUott with ABC-TV INC.oau.'C Ttf.pton your CAcrrof rf.*/.r about any type of Crack
2 IBS.MEJU.2FOR33.f 25tBaht the Ctty el Keystone H.IbI&it ..
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win also be ud as a young
t -4 tt
PS***. n to felt that Uw sport.

Pi esk It.... a- ewes building rill be able to a*. MkrwiM A.e.Pboew .
eomnodate Uw bbrary for UMtoft I ROBERTS CHEVROLET
) o>table. future fence *p. t8tUl
..Ing. Uw library baa *xporienrd .
a notable Inrreast tomw. fa I Gran** and Park amen Con SprUjrtr
It!" ,

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W. P. Heney Recieves

IN AND' ruti CLAY !'IIT, IN ANt n lt jCillK, CLAY
: Estats of Kilo No. 171 IN: PUOUAl. 15 Year
. KMKRSOV IN RK G8TATH OF IN re. Relate of PlaqueA
III'H: 11I10111. LIccaa..... CU.tor4 Anderson Warden, LEWIS R. Uhl'MONn. Deceaa.d
( 1O CMKUITOHS' l>eceaiiNOTItK TO ALL t'ltl'l rolLs ANHPIKMONH '
.ua OOXDmOl'Ol'fO' BEVERAGES 'REAL ESTATE HAVINU CLAIMS Oil : >* AUA1.N1IT dAB B8- tlalma or demand TAT' 15 years of amice to hii brands In thla trade area. The
a..In.t! t Mid e.lat*. You ami each of you ar. here' '
MILBERGEB and each of ,..... are YOIl and **ch of pou, are" ".r.. I k\' notified and required. to pre. community hat been a..rdM' company serve similar dealership .
PAUL'SAll notified and required to by notified and reQutrod to pr*. .."t any claims. ...1 dcmanda to William P. Heney owner ot In Mexico Puerto Rico
TWIN any claim and demand sent ant ilalma and demand Khkh poll or either of you, may .
you or either at you, may 'h11, too or *lther of you may hv ....In.' thn ..1... of Lewlaft the Western Auto Associate and Quaint The dealer program
REFRIGERATION . th* estate of WIU- haaaalnil Its .late of Clifford Hedmoml. d..........,. I.e. of Store here I.
Legal Beverage Hilda T. KMKKDUN 8TKFH: NI4, A",'...on harden. decra.d aid Counlr. to Ih. County Juiln.ef started in 1935 will account
late ef Clay County, late ..f ("iap County. Klorldn. I* Clay County Florida at hi. The walnuk and bronze wall for more than half of thetOmpal1'
Open I A. M. to 1 A. M. I* the County Judc *>t th Honorable Ihoman I. Rlvtra.fountv office In the court hnuee ., said I
SERVICE "" ,, Clay. County Court Juts of Clay County, County. at Ur.." Cows ftprlnia' plaque engraved with hU quarter billion dollar -
Dual County Line & RENTAL In 0,.." C.". Dprlnc (''unt\ rourthoim. In U....." Cove Florida, within pta l calcn.lar name wa forwarded from sales volume thl* year.
,. Florida within aIR! 8,.nlpes. Florida within all month from the tins ,,f Ih.nr .
I, ("....,,*.,... *.frl.emtl.. North of Orange I'arkUO.T8 ACREAGE from the date ot the month from the date of lbs .t tiuhllcnllon of thl. nolle Western Auto Supply Compe Western Auto Supply Com
*It lid Beetle ...... of this notice firm' publication. nf this nolle Two conic' of each clam or' nyl general office In Kansas pany waa started In 1909
Street claim or demand must ICarh claim or d.mnn.l must. h* demand ahall he In wrltlnc. sod u a
I S. Palmett BealdenUal writIng .... muat *t.t. In nrltlnn: and mu.t Hate the shall stats lbs place of rephlnriand City Mo. and presented mall order firm In Kansas Cityto
Phone ZI4-I7II ... of ,...Id...... and post .tiUr of r..l"1."... and poet offk ..o.taffle pAir,". ", the .
name address .. tko claimant' .* ..,..1''.... of the claimant and claimant and ahall bo aworn' loli through the firm's division office supply Model T Ford owner

Business Phone JI4-9HI Serving Greater ... ha sworn lo by the mu.t l>f a...rn' to br Ih. clulm.ant the tlalmanl. his .Ir.nl, nrattorney which servo<< this area such accesaorlea a* windshields
his aaenl or his at. hi. ..."t. or Ole nltorn.rr and accompanied b"
Notary 0' ,It will become void It will become void aroordia a ClIme ,.. of "0. ,.,,,11".. and Recognition of community top, pare tire. and tail light

to law to law ouch claIm or demand not ao service by local Western Auto Total Investment of the found
APPLIANCESERVICE INLET MARINA creditor shell deliver r.<'h creditor hall deliver filed that! he .nMANNIR
TV copIes .f his claim to Pufflilent. copies of hi. claim toennhlr : Rrnvovn ."* Associate store ownen la liven er, Oeorge Pepperdlne a book
Office lbs County Judce to mall\ Ih. County Judie to tool'I
admlnl.lralnr<< of th the
MERCIKY OUTBOARDS each pereonal repmeeota. ,> to ..,'h ttereonn) rrpreaenla- P'ieI. of '*..I. R. by company at five-year keeper was $3 for postage
\\. Repair AU Brands5.ryklng nm (tn',. n.rtmond rtore"e* .HMeinbr. $5. "... l>*trd ivt..*vr l.th A fl. IM|. Flr.t" Mibltcollnn, (Inker 11I.
: Clay CountyFor MERCR11SER SERVICE Orange Ave. 8. VIOI.A HTKPHICN8.: Aa Si LilY KTTRRARI'KNA Itill. the dealer ha completed a which he had obtained on

Sixteen Tear Green Cove . of the .....t Will end Admlnl.lratrU. of lb.0'.I.Ie ..II. ... 11.'. I.: specified period of outstanding credit The
.., WILLIAM KMKH: of Cltffnl ,4"0" company now operate
Orange rarlL 1'S. tU..US BOATS TRAILERS Oeo.a.ed. XXard.n d.......
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP It-l, .. II.", 'tl!' o,''ro'.ibr IIlIhlkall"n II. $ on: customer and community, store and ha* gradually expanded .

FULLERTO' - MMl -ll. II. It. 11.1 \UTI( I'': OF StlKKotlce The Western Auto Associate Its merchandise line

...,. 17 Orange Park LEG'L !> CIRCUIT COURT IN ---- I* hereby amen thatntintmnt store her U one of more! than to Include\ more than 4000
24 N. Orange Ave. >>> FOR CLAY COUNTY. lo a final l ecrr *
Phone 244-9SIS .. IN CHANCKHY. IN Till! ,ClltcriT PIM'HT OF1IIK Foret.l..*ur* .nt....., ,in nu 4 000 home-owned ant l tux-rat- Item In sporting goods, bicycle
I Crren Cove Epg*. 114-4044 IN THE CIHCUIT CASK NO. C.MII l>\.IIITII JUIHCIAI.CIlailT I. .."n'......' lull In Ih* Circuit ed retail store and agencies
TUB FlH/KTH ? HAVINQH IIANK. IN AMI rVKCLAT Court of Clay County rli.rl,la, and wheel toy, paint, radio
C1KCUIT, IN A.NL : Or.UolI orcanlaed' and ",'UI'N "Y.1..IIIII'A.. Hunted throughout the U. 8 Including
I will sell the proiity| '
I An tidies Used I'1InJtanCAUnY'S MILK DELiVERY CHANCKHY rolNTV ..: under.. of the Mnuaokuaotta law .f th* IN (HAM'ItAPe'NItVb'tLTIiN Mint IIANKKINU8 In they County Florid''' de*..rlbd Alaska and Haaall Th tore and television, lawn and garden

HOUTM )( .1.lntifl. CUIMY a corporation, kl distribute WNwm Auto's na. equipment appliance, house-
.. rtKILAlU.
1JA.NK. a ".. llaintllf, 11 It. "It" S
W.D.Morris ".. (I. CAN and ARTIE Vs.JALIKIS I NIT INN: ais-nrdln |n pl.lthereof tonally advertised company wares, toy, and auto part
OENK AI.LEN \ : CAMION hIs wlf. : IH\MN T ."TU'" and recorded. In Pint\ llnnkI -. -- -- -.-.-
FLORIDA TRADERS JKANKT1B n.f.ndania. I.II.A "' ''" TuS1I'1l'So his pnae IS and IT, currentrmhllr
Distributor hIs wlf*. ., .()T'na Of lilT will- and CtiNHTANCH JOA1UHUN .. reciinl of CUy Cuunly.trn"unirr
I Green Cv Sprint*, Florida NOIItH OK !: STATIC OH* FUilUPA 'AIIII:. formerly
115 TO: Qn Alien whoae : sale, .? iho ",..h..1
E. Palmer SL, TeL ZI4-UIO All U. CAH8UN. knimn a* t M TANOkI
Jersey Milk Jeen.tte '''rl. '.. '" I* 411 Hlver Itreet JUAN 1KMTO.NImf.ndanto and Soul Milder for cash, ..t Jh|,
I Antique 8. Orange Avenue H..ld nc. .. Arkaaaaat rouVthnu'.e "' "nroen" (. >) Dr. R. Timothy Carter
TeL 114-JSU For Toil. Urn All-n UAHIH CAIumitf who. Miinkj ur. at ir ,n CnteHnrlnra
J.antl. ".1'1.' . U 411 Hirer Biroel TO Jam.. Irwin Te.lon and Florida leiw'n SlaV
()raiitre! Park ar"* hereby notified '.. Arkanaa Newton "..'0". kla wile an.. sn'S 104 pm.. alt ll.'i.hep
HOME DELIVERYCALL claim to " are hereby ""un... that Ul Navy H...... 14th ISIS OLTOt( II'TIUIT: !
Blending Bead TeL SI4-I217 morl.... of the ... born filed agaInst you MHUnalon. Tenn<*ea<>o 51lO.innpl f.. C"lV.lS.Friryb
J nok'.oiiaHIleBlandlng .1'1..4' s.d' pron. ( ." .. ,In Ike abue .5. You Jam.a Irwln' le.lon, nni nnnli fnH"v
6l-994 or MI-II6 Lot Thirty nil, .. and that you a'. l.iU N.etun lesion, hi. wife, 0. nrace V rnrlllnIwnuly 0 LIES EXAMIMI: : )
A Collins Bd. . Clerk.. O CONTACT I.KN1M! !
I . ) renulred to file your n are hereby notifIed that a corn :
TeL 77M924 nccordlnar to plat "" Ih. Clerk 01 this lalnl I.. f.ire' |in. a oerUlnntorlaa Court HeallFreeman
flat Honk .. P. "" I* ..", a cop, lh.r.. .* nf Ih. fullunlna 4. III.'hard,"n V'al.
| WE TRADE IN ANTTmNa UPHOLSTERING of Ih. current th* I'lalntlff or Plelnt- .rriisd real IIrUI..riC ta.wili Til I llnrnctt "'".. linlMlaeAlorner % New Rrown ItulMIng.
I Clar County !tu",.'. whna nnm ant Uit KiHht III, Itiixk Three ...,,,.,.,,,,11I,,. P'luriila, 1130 Illghwsy" 11
Orange Park Ft
h.. bi*n tiled lit; Smith Elliot nn4 tit hi tIers MIUHIK Snit" I II U
you ar"* hereby .>*. III IUrn", t National aiiordiim la l>lat reourd In
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP : Serve S COPC. 01 IlulMln'' Jackeonvlll I I,I.I It.,,,* 4. iHian t and S of OrrKi: IIOtRt!
ACCOPNTPfQREED Vlradlnc lo the <- not later ""OIl Novom. .
Its pulillc re-orde
of Clay
I ,nlnlntlfr ", Ml. <.'.unly. : Monday thru .'rltla, 9O0-UI: : Saturday
Complete Ante Furniture nn,. YaUm (' fall In d.. .... decree M and has l>rn filed aaalnel you SOTliN! Or StillPt'olie. Evenings Appointment
Upholstering: III Raat Kor.Mh' will b* entered ...'n.. and you nr"* hereby required' I* lv.n
la hereby that
ACCOUNTING eonvllle. Klnrlda. the relief ..."", ,,d.. Ii. ..... a ..co,., ..t ,..u, ......, 5, nurauaiil I. a riaal' l..oree ul
not W. Idlewlld Ave .., ,, . Ttlrphane IlltillJohn's
rla-nal| or .
> .n. ' .dln"; la th* complaint' *a .or.u.l *m.r.. inl <...
Ph. 114.15.0S l offlc. of the of .ald anil b-liu Ihs "1.IIr.lo'.r'' Marka I.ISl5. In lh. Circuit
ttryou ... oornb.red l
In |".u of morta i
AM '<<'ul& Court dray. Yalea ( ..1'0'' a lihha,
Green Cove Spring Florid County, riorUa. In Vol. M Pea-el*, or Ih III Rail: Yo'."" ......C. Jack.ennvllle ('oarS *f Ctar rnunly Florida.I .
TAX SKHVICK: Record Count will soIl lbs rparly alUnl. .4In _ __
Ih* tth dev of :: of Clot Florida and file She 6' _
400 Walnut St. GCS. Free Estimates If woo fall I* :.o" i ib" lha drenrlpium of I hi "r''n.1 *"....., or pleadIng In i'la, INiunir, ri' rld". d..ult ...11t. nrorord1 ......t h. Ii,. IKfice at Ih. Clerk of Ih. .. sit ... R1MmemiRnsaulssanJlItIlJmmemanlullmzllsasaslsmhm
TeL 114-1711 roo Pick-up and Delivery for the rell.f follewai All that rrla Circuit I'ourt In ami for Clay Lai two 55$. ni.wii' .h. ui

IVrsonalizoJl( Services I Handle Any and All .1 Tom the <-0"1.111& ThIs ellu.le and boln .it I County, ...or..... en a, h.for* l.i.tllt TNIT S. arerdIlis
*. nvtillah.4. one ,unlv. rl 'nda. m're | a> : IheVaof: yocnp4.4 I Il it
> Ih
i : Ilk day of Nov It.l. If you I pieS
IaAccountillt Upholstery Needs! four oonaeratlv. dewrlhed. a. f..ll.. I ail |* dn (o, Judgment by d.. .... lIesh *. M..a t* nnil ft Radio & TV
Clay Count <>ec. II Slink. II. MKAU'H fault will be tab.. a.aIs.I p,, .* Ida .M.n.ni poll1. PI'.r*.
/ & Tax HAROLD BAXLEY HONK AND ( Last I. aerordlni' I for Ih* relief demanrfod In Ihemimilalnl .f f"(.. r".....", rinrM' .
Hot Owner t Upholsterer tl yet lien Ooe $...1'1"' ". thereof romrdud In 1'1. ThIs nnilro kll k* AlllflIJlfI lbs .11.-- Se.p.'rih.S .
urns iv. riorlda this "" : .. lags ... of lbs rur' ...."II."" one erk week. fur Ii... aS ..*"Inao'.ip. ItOA MOTOKOI.A ': ITII!
Per EDWIN BAXLETSon b. 1054.: piiblln! reonrdi of ('la, fnur rnneecutlv* w..... In Ih. ... ,ln'nieS in 0, 5011N lb.abne .
OI'O"JI'' I. : .', rloI. T....... WISh SesePOa4. prsni..st. ,
Hu ino8g Firms & and Upholsterer 4 yr*. CUr County rr.a..ntlION AMANA -- XOHOK: API'IJANCKH:
tt.rk. rir I : lee. and Improvement N ANSI,. nHnrnrn: *tOreen 15.5 5e .. ., ..." w 'II "..,,,,
I ndividn"JRotarr C. A. HUMMEL Clay "".. ' aid hereafter' on > ('.". ."1'1.' ... f lay fountr > nbci (."." II galto" all toNrrt'see-- C -

%' Ljublic UpnobUrer: ( yr*. Un .."n.and the., the renta above Imuoa d*., t.k. FlnrHa.. liti lOis Ilk day of IKr. IsO 5'rnsc ,..I.' heelep en I. f.fririirr.l. On .1/1/' .WrtHfn t f MoJrli

:: properly, and all fit- *;,," % ..".%.. SlItTING cur -*
COUNT erven U fauxi
paw or hereafter at. flKtlNUM U CATII.lal.SI 0' nMM. Ml ." !,>. 1I"'h. -
Jss'C'S. l.> or lord la *naao ri.rk Clrmll. Court erA heel ..I.44. Co. -..* .| |''. -, *> -. a ,.
wiik Ik. premier ...,.,. ny ......t, Florida. .. ... 0-". .Vil., .'e (' "...
.... and In odd III' a lieu t VIvia H nv>hw ....,......... '. n..'.. C... :L'l Wi'-t Walnut ftlrw-l. -- (Jr.'">n COVet Hprlng.I .
,. Ik fnllewln' ... l... II 5eripe P'..... t el.ea 5 .. C'a
II. It.
konaekold .",,11.....*. ... ..... 4 so ..OIl oni f...'....... I Priori 2 t.3I22n.s & : :
I CLASSIFIED A are. and chill ke ..*.... pIth. ,.,. ______ __
flitarpa asd a Irt of -.It,.rn t' tot ...... --- ,_ ..av---nw1mrI.Iml-e/ _1
.... ---- - _. ,
: and are n ponIes IN Tim rifid'iT ((Wit? or f'5.pb (.....t. r --- -
emurll* for the Indekl. Tile FliuNTII JlimriAt.ClkCI 0'.. ,... ". \t ",,'...1.. -4
....r... m.nll In.n4i, 'IT. IN'' ANU FtHI LAY c.ea'.le n.rk
'''I..t Ha**. sad o,ea o ihrrv, ,1.ItIl'A 0.'aert a..,I
IIIANCKNT NIL 111IKlfTII ....-e. 0' ... .. .. C .........
", .,..... fan I* Kllrkom IHUUIKI.VN ... ......... .1 .. .....t.$ .. Don Pool'sCOIN
Mtp ll.al.r CIII Iii adhIwlis I.AOCt .
I OR RFNTt Atlraetlv 1 bA..I HAVE IMMEDIATE OPENING ANNOUNCINQJMKS. rl w.,..., II.,...... Wall. a wporl.... llolnlirf.tiONAUt ".o.....o05'.., 11" Floalda 115'
CHARLEJ.E '., (IK.71-tt ''..
room 110... furnished. .
Cent for 11UI mute ...... AllIS I.. ,* .
on* &QI' andIIOKTKNaiA ------ COIN ummay
plrtrlr sir nndJUon Cen- opening for two now an lIih< trail ItxaUd. I U 59./U 1111 III le**W kl* Wlf* t'ei.e4.sls. PatesISi. ,,1 Busies, Ofeeei Cave
Ill Bay Street $11.1' per week.... Age 211* tASIIION : %.(.( flefrlireraler IN Tim CliCNTY"lt..W:
For laronnatlen phone til- &be MASON ...$ my hand sod Ih. .$OtlN or HIT CIHIir IN AMI ,
&J.teaU( eonaMer capable ) .*.I4 Court al n,... O.** C,rl NTV, FLOHII Op.. 14 Deer leery Dey
9211. 1-14 tfe. woman for this ,.....) Sober call at you home D 1",fMa IbIs' hail day TIMC r."a.J IF rUlttltU IOu, IN' CMIioATK.H
vevnienee !. ........ ft |MIOMUUir. 1 easel ., 11 ............. ftUUa
: clean I I. ..... -
rharaejer. Neat and .. CANIIM.lt. ill l'VI'.e IN ". P4TAI.V
I OR RENT! Nice I bedr...nhoiiie cmplet. n.>k "< lh>. (>raea. t'.,.. rtorU A LICK M i il MMIIKflT: __..le t*.4i It* !..*%. Single! Le)4ei le
peraenrf habit' Or ttfeeoaary. teu nellfled thiS ......
ore hereby >
rirrull "*' *ei FistS Dryi lie
newly painted Inside. ef faahlona
Home every nlghL Ue train. Un falh! o owl kee kooo filed aacinel pee uTicn SIP P11.1511: I'PTJTIISW
and out, ,.reasonable largeyaH.sppUanres .election of high it, VIVIAN If. pollUnitty sad tlert.nai* N. ..4..rkj pass run h'lNlI. i>i iir in or
For personal) Itnervtew In year .,.,11 wife. In lbs ...... *nl 11.4: ...>. AlsI5IaNOTSPNI'M KYEKT000T vTUCOMIt,
farnlsbed. Call Pen.ner home writ J. II. MrO.rlly. for -... women I*.,, I I! and lk*| you ar* M'efcp r. SOIlS 505
Farms. IZI.IJ II. tttfe from th* very .. .. jolred lo Me Peel Shespe with 1'0 ..... W"II" IT NAT (1,,,,. .
P.o. Bo. J7. "'Wl.t.... 32091. Ibo herb of Ibis <'*u..l sal I* t'pSWiPst'Ti.'S, - -
I veryy wide I' nryttr or ThIN .err. ...., ikeroof epa ,.. ,la .*,*.r .!*... Ibis
ATTENTION: PARENTS! Do I.-.. II Menr h jff-IK, CLAY OlatnlirTa ailnrnen .*.- *..... I hes." .,1.4 aa. f>.a| ,...m. ..
CALL NOW for YIe.IIILIA.IN and Bddree I* Jeka T Trek.ltMrkn AEp.IeI.tesiay tf Nn *f
toe ha?* a Ma between tile GREEN CO\E .. .'hOIi.f.. >try. Vale* C or er oaibha. Use r* al* it *i.-.I..oWrl. NEW AND
alp. of II and II who I Is laIrnted LaG.... iKOTMB '.C. *.f r'X ....s Sit. Joeh**** |M*.*.. SOd I ,. riM4 soy
- Halo Feature '* fAM IIAUU Ito..ee4 tub* I, F *r'4a, awl lotef thee Mlllta 5eV final :w> k.>a* end WL :
la *e.tlng. If s.. call _. -- - .,.I. rNKt'irOK' ANtS" tteeo>Ur I. A |i. I Ml. goal I .111 *"!* U !10. M_..
or I'TK'TIO* TOArrtv IIAVIMl ("CLAIM 0" .. . .
II",U. Wilson If yon fell o*. d .II* fl-tom. i. Hint, " USED CARS
at ZM.tSM. r.. lra\'l : .. A'JAIirr. AIU K* Po ef.**. wll B. aoieredleH jadee aS i1a' P'l.id.'
- ---.-... CN4. t.K OF seer p.s fo pIle reMef d*. eN 54qnile 50: leSs 5., a..
KICTEONIC Spleen Org TO WHOM" ir MAT cu.sccnxU.or. ELECTROLUX: : ... .. each of Pee aCe .., *:nd.4 (o Ik* .ooipt.lo. ..,.... .f 'h sane lit" 'oW lia.5te.e.
... ,. '", and feooirod I.. PtC. The ..1... af ... eld. *"'fl cc AlIslaIclraSo* .. Van NESS BUIGK-PONTIAC Inc.
tine laatraaaent. Esrellent<< coa. .. aifferd Mo<. ar.Notlo .lee for this arM tlalaw and deMOd b.'as for forrlr. of o *.,. |w.. Pass, .f tOo rxU *l AlIce ,
411... I* kr.ky (liren list .the. see. or OHJier of p. '.. as Ik* '..It.r ..,., W l&O..5. h r* .....
Selling for health m sd.rslcned P.titwn.r. .. Mcfown. Penney .. -"r (loses Cot forinfeHheei
.**. *! the **!* *f p.e.eele Ie..iS (hAste. 4 SIll.
." .. UI-SMI roalden** 4 M> Iak. HrMklyo, I IMA I IN. I IH.t. I ..... Ut-llll. l ,...'UU. *-..-< |;: .. itl. friietk fee |li. cn4iraMn< ." I, *>".. A Settee Deal ie Made Ten Na Win Make fit
.. .. City .. K.f.t.M ,..
l In lOs l4lVAISW5411/wK
sold I0VUI I ; In.l t, p. A....ai..r>i-r 4. SIcal
1-ttp .. caesar .( l"". Stale. : ... of Cloy .''iy, r dM>* pieS yo* "d4 fa MM .> |k. *w.*i. .fall - - -
*t *.,...... ta..",4. t. apply, l> :l MX fri-e l; the Hi "'L'< peso. tl .4 II .** M. ....*.,.. I" HTOI) I.V
II 0 U 8 E TRAILER .5* of the J4M ef the K*.MkJndlrinl CARD OF : 'r.M of Mid :i.';';'y at of tk. **kll.. ._.. ml < 1e, f"..*
OWNERS Urriif In aad for CUyOnoaty. Spew.. V tdo, '" ..... ll.lt.ltM
S0' ltd I 10 aet .. earetater *. a l his ."... IB Ik. (as. We wish U i* iI....., _al.* fr".. r t".1. SEE AND DRIVE THE '65
Cal ('. c. rthoeo. at lie* .1 tO. I e.f aM rues 01 <>_. (W. ------ -
tliddlt4.,I private preprrtrf rtork AM. on Ike 11 k Aer olNeveinke thanks to all th 54454.. If:. : 5.0*.* Ftor$d* Iki tiik ..,
I..hot rrat *. A. U IX*. or *. *.. net with '. or .._.4 .tsil! k* of IUH..>" a ft |..i
and .tiBUiea, free to ,..,..r.... a* k* may. k. Sward.foe M *.. and tkaH *<... ICe II" ,"" L f a "HM| 0. I. heesOy .in.a ':
"5!" .h* wfll take care. Call .. order rhaaalo kt. *anMfrom I lad friendship at re* den* cad PMf '.54 ,,."" fleesIt ..-.. 10. ISis C'saedp ee.e. .
itt 0_.... Clirterd MX'all. tr. ..... of Ike .L..nt.. (5 -114, P1040p. ( .|.. held O fo*.l. II*..!.*. Fhone 144.III! Dtro4 II..-
US.IeU."II .. (Oor. Clifford n..._.. k y. arrow at Ui* do .. bo .*. tm I* oy (ne **':: i >O Tkor4y AtoteoiB 0, hI'S, ,."
whIch onM .. shall tkoroaft.r brother, William *. a..nl or *iii-...> ted .. ntUV H "' isIW I I as lee <' ;.. P.M. Is the U lef St4-t* OCt '
VTANTEDl .. .._.. .... 5, a fill.* ,IM o< tupoiy frkOH. ..c: .);*neIc0 S0.sovsVe at :
Need two AVrU al Jarkeoorlllo. rV.. I We are eap.cl aa4 ..* H.MOXi'trf Oc 4.. I, .. II. ,' ;:: in y .e*lr 4 tita.foeo.IXeen '
.* >. Ula area for aIra aad U* |k.. 1Mb day of ( .-. to Ih* Holat .. ,. JU; ..Aa4e 4o.o ***>.... Flood.v !.0#
.. .. .. kee, < ..
**tt* A. '" IM '- m o >>
.... ateaWy ....s.t. .,. 0.0...* CTCford MrCall. Jr.Minor cburchre of lbs .' irtl .fof I I *.. M *or 5. .._..o lium. -
**" good a Ik* r' ei *f I **4oreeot AyUBPIel. Jfcoo *. .
earning .ppor. **eininellottf of the dlatrtet .._.. r_ tall. TRYASMAIIADk. : ..........ta. l ...,) ...... lhe .
'wtalt, etprrimre a.4 Mre*. !*. Ckaoena aior.l Our thani to .---. ...*..... d.*..*... .'-*..'I
..". Coild _... Sad .*.! ",..... phliaS54. '..,.., '... I I. Fort of ,.! .. I*. ,* Cotney Tire Service
wae OM .aa part'u" ...."....r Umry I H.ee MM. VoniB .r't
.. vTrite e..lT..iit nsa.at. .- U..,. a ...m.... it. If.' I. .t '! easlO : .m HUM
A II.ree* Sop ...."_.. :k. 1' SLMUM tIT. M ...
?. U' ra.t S.y ... Sat. his ec... A4wo tree4 Ira FOR _Sa ah4 ,........ foe-. Put A KJnVpowl. Jddkaonvllle
II& J*.*.a*ortll.. Florida IIMI .,_ to fnnorron I.... .*... e* fen ....,.
ISLILII44.a& -, Ort. la. ,.. I*. ,.... I JctpD "* :: I hoeS h serP.V .. .... ..... CV .-...., .. KV 4.4191TIRE
nr (""JrYl.r.: 11M ..... II' ._....
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-H .c" ti H t . * 55555yI3I5IU555pp5 . MArran ", INIjrTATK BIG RESULTSPLEASE' I II. Abs ea'iIce Ie Sal.e.4 aol .....
( 'Iff .... eacIl I.e.. so 055ace
MAIkUMlJ IU..VIA OaeC4 .1 ..** u_ ..adriI
BUSINESS gQ tnn .,
... .4 me's tit'p" RC.CAW1ORCTKCAOI1O
*"** HMMtaansis." ,> * s * ist. . iniilll < el3t.::: 4. ill,.,.eil ..'"........
- or k*.... es '-.. *... 54. SONU Kfef "IIIW'.
40 tIe cay ..._ .. .: ... ''Mi ..-_.
"r..( f.n I "'...m.. (*)lfE .- / ,.,. : .bw. y.. nat '' .. 9
sold -.4a l. \.. 4 .. MgffVB g* -- --- ---- iPrAil'tU
........ 1e4e. aI ,
tnRuxO Ala auK *rcmxma CD.Fhk : 40.
FtlAUCACTrfu5 ) ,.,... S o.0 1. .5 5' .' rr.o* IM e.MH .4Welrltwtor Ii .... uat1ln
FwmNor* .v ole . CLASSIFIED ADS
PrtotrtpUoo arrne Cop.iIs. 4..raaairrIU > orritE .
Pao. 50 404. : I { Miller TirM .\atoU'UAUer' !*
( Np4rs. Be ............ *. 01
ar 4.wo.d ., 4 ton IUC Old !.>*. ar*-
<>wpii* Oaaneta I' sum iii .4i Mr* Lloyd Eo J.se .
Dtp ... ... .... 0' j I *.**.! *k irufB>4 IIMMCaal .
JicSeoulle tT't-4 comurcePhoorced- .... Ialia of we N., $4 ..... (.1 I..ml.j ea4k.OILtNW ..
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r.. . oe a ...=.a. 4 I Iot.Y' __ .
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P_ ... ftaawO ..
I ec no.'" is "" KnfMr Htatloo Komi Service
...,. Xerm fee* Travel ,
Qksa irie Un ef : .. ".4. 50. ;' ,: 'v.21 c lOll at" -('--. .. ho
0..1 TBe FuwS91 aa01.4 ".. ,
2522a: ... 55t5't1ourms MIT RiamiSJ |B... ,I Cfd ....... ;& Is- >1 ftH'roPzsT j I.,.. .... ,.......... IM f. t. Mt*,.*f If Fkone U4441I11ItBSDAI'

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METHODIST CHURCH Miss Fannie E. Dewar, District Miss Margaret Fields, Methodist WILLIAM 5EAFCS SAPP MRS. STOKES HAS 1

WOMEN TO HOLD Spiritual Life Secretary, Deaconess at Brewster Graveside services were held COFFEE FOR BETCBLICANS
RETREAT IN GCS announced that representative Hospital, Jacksonville, will I 1 on Sunday for William Seafus
from 50 Jacksonville District speak at the 7:00: p.m. serviceSaturday Bapp, 07, who died last Thursday Mrs Oerald Stokes lave a
The Jacksonville District of coffee last Thursday morning!
Methodist Churches are ex. October 15.
the Wesleyan Service Guild of petted to attend Mrs. Joan Temple 1 S. president He was a lifetime resident of at her home on East Holly
Park, at
the Methodist Church will hold The Retreat begins with registration of the Oreen Cove Springs Green Cove. Point Road, Orange

a Spiritual Life Retreat at the Saturday at 1:00 pm. Wesleyan Service Guild. He is survived by t later, which Tom Slade of Duval
Harold Hill Republican
Green Cove Sprints First t and concludes with a closing Mrs Idell Priest of Green Cove, County and candidate for State MILLIONS ARE SAVING DURING AP's GREAT 105'' BIRTHDAY EVENT!
Methodist Church. Saturdayand esesslon at 12:13: Sunday after. three brother
Henry and Luther
_i AdvertisementREAD -< Representative from Clay '>00110001111000/00///a0/ooe/0e.e *acci..s0.0Os..e. ... ......
Sunday noon. both.of Green Cove and .
the speakers.It
County, were
Irs, of
THE had been hoped that Mrs Super-Bight Heavy Western Morton's Fro n Macaroni
The Rev Jack Hall
Crescent last week was Charles Holley would be able to '
w7 at services at Russell Cemetery BEEF Lb A CheNe Zi-oa. Pkgs.Sri .
the only weekly NEWSpaper be present but her plane was
1 Helm Funeral
that carried a full account,with was. grounded due to the hurricane. LIVER 29t CASSAROLE269ftCap'n
charge of arangemente.SIIERIFF'S I I I .
pictures, of the biggest thingto Among those present were: I I
hit the County since the Mr and Mrs. T M". Johnson L

Battle of Magnolia Springs OFFICE Mr and Mrs Harold Hill Mesdames +,i'' Cap'n John's Frown Ocean John's Quick Frown
Advertise in The Crescent. REPORTS .14.... IN H. M. Belvea. J. V. Harper

It's read Read The Crescent, UNSPENT FUNDS J. E. Neth, S. D. Marvin.R. ,r, PERCH 2-Lb. Fkg. HADDOCK 1-Lb. Fkg.

r111M.L!nn11MN NNN A.IMA n.m 1oNtl l a sis csana A N.mfa.l It's got the best buys in Its An unspent balance of approximately A. Prevstt, A. M. Nelson E.
advertisements $14,000 In the C. Moss, J. E. Logan, and C. E. PORTIONS , 99? FILLETS , , 49

Sheriff's department for 1963- Countryman

04 has been reported by Sheriff ..
John Hall to the Board of .'LEOAL, !JHOTICB' IImllJlBllRIIIIIllllllll.mrnnlllJllllllI.!! ll l I I l lIm mmlm q oomrurnll..mlmm! hI

County, Commissioners Tbi Board of County Commit-
CLAY The unspent funds brokeen .loner* ol Clay County, Florida, Cut From Corn Fed Porkers! "
are will receive' bid. In th* office of Super.Right Whole or Half
t t down by the Sheriff u follows the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
ntll-nfti o'clock A. M. Wonda"Nov.mb.r ,
THEATRC : I, nit for furnlthlngall
Green Cert Sprint Salaries of Deputies P......... Oee for th* Court.
houw'end Cvuatr Jail btarln- PORK LOINS
.... ... a . . ,
A.'-f. .Mm1 A. NAttr 1 MA"'WI Mstt a IAN./ Mon Thra Than. Assistant '$ 1,662,70Expenses nine December 1 1114 and con..
tlnulna for a period on. year
*e Previews 7itO: 1'. M. other than MupBllcr mutt Salaries '. j. .. .. . 11 8.12 Ion lorac tank and two .11
Feature ItSO F. M. .,..
Equipment . . . . 3,031.88 Right !I. r...rv (Complete Feature lilt: 1'. M.) Investigations . . . 4800 m"diSiWr'or? OOUNTTCOMMIHBIONEKa YOl'H
Matinee Fri. 4 TM. I. Carllal, Clerk
By: Unorir
Total Refunded ,$ 8,60040 .
'1 and t P.M. Pub 10.11. 154JrvEtfl.R
Friday I Features Balance on Equipmentfund OR CHOICEr!

Sat. A Sun t P.M. Continuous which was not MERIT BOARD COITRT C

drawn by the. NOTICE ri..A\' t'OIIIIT.c.RIIU'IS HKREIir: OIVE1! COUNTRY

Ia.e.posse 100I 1YNA 1AM M. aiMONI CIAWM ftrrUFlorida's Sheriff . . . . . 1,791.00 thath.. Juvenile Court Merit
.Tbur.. Fit A SaL Board for Clax County. Florida
Oct. It, ZS A Z4 Reserve .for contlng t will receive/ application. for Ju- BACKBONE
Democratic Congressional ency fund which ventU Court Counselor <( :
-'- f.m.i.l ntU November II. 114.
-srl-- was not drawn by MINIMUM HEgUIHBMKNTS!: :
Delegation Unanimously Endorses r'Is'' BElr11'9:. the Sheriff . . . 0,448.00 logo Qraduate or nulveriltr of an accredited with couren cot- U Wmlllllill!. IIIWilI.IIJJ I.MOOlmllJl:' I I IIIgIIgI.IDIIIJrnIWIDII..1T.iii V II ''J I Ik

ln I I UII"tI TOTAL Unspent B.1ante lions or rqnlvalent .*".r..n.. ... iii ii: f iiiii g
President LYNDON B. JOHNSONThe wrlm Heddrnt of the State of Florid. : Luscious
on Budget for Ace rl-SO. Ability to mat 0nddeal , Oolden
with 1\00,1.. Halary ".100.M
members of Democratic Congressional Delegation .. the Year Of 1963-64 113,737.40 and travel allowance. Interview .eAft ,.. PLAID ..:! BANANAS

from Florida are proud of the outstanding Sun.. Mon. .A Tuns. The Sheriff requested that reaulrfd.All annllratlnn, mutt be no I:11II: 1'JV STAMm! I
the tUOO.50 be deposited back iflU the Berretary of the 3 Ibs. 29c
performance of Lyndon B. Johnson as President Oct. ZS, Zl A Z1 with 10.. Ureent'ove .. .
O Hot
riotrd at P.
Into the Fine and Forfeiture With tllil COUP.II a. : ..__..
Anrlna. Florida not lots ,,
of the United States. They commend him to Fund from which It was received. than November 1*. !>"< at l:0t ''II oar 0.. psychor.tes s}i

you: as a stable, efficient administrator, and asa om'.Jllv.nll. Court Merit t LO09EJa T) ...._. 355 rgl i tt Juicy Ripeto
RBIWed. Florida .. r 4w1/.4: I BartlettPEARS
CII County
proven which friend with an understanding of the LKHAI.--ftOTICU--a _-!!.!.!:.It. ll-.DOIF4.1 p c..,... .... tan .... 0... II Jj i :
programs vitally affect Florida's I ,
economy. ll! on Motion I br Commlttlontr Murrhre leronded by Cons.minllunor I M
; -
linen, and carried: the following I Ketolutlen *aa adoptedby ... ..-.ft.n' .f'I! [ : ..,1 2 21 c2.7f.vrri
the Board of County Crnnmlmlon-rt or flay County .........::'.;. .;_ ___ .. .-: .. .. i '\\1'
Florida Needs President Johnson Than. A FrI. RH OI. UTION
WHEREAS It ha* become apparent that certain Items of t.pendlturoa All Purpose a.Lb. Bar

President Johnson Needs Your Vote Oct.. II Wilkinson. It A SOJane IV.In the IDI4,liudutt will. fee of Inadequate Clay. County and for that. the ether year Item ondlnrrleiiliimbe el i1 1I111t"m; ''m AITLKS: ......_.___.___.._.J(jJ! (}
eifttndKvrwill. \ b. In noete of th r.nnle.d e neM tore.
NOW. THKUKKonH UB IT RESOLVED that Ion tranefm Fresh Sweet Tokay

Vote Democratic November 3rdTio "M BELLBOY AND and referred I.n.to'"are. from neceeeary Reeerve to for properly. Conllnstnolte meet te tb.reqmremrnie Budaret above f.r *I'' PlnM Sninji .* ( nAl' ;S ....,_.....---. 2 Ibs. 25o19o
City County for the Sisal year *r>dln. S.pt.mb.r( 10. tau, j Firm

1 ifolrti ore foo high for you fo if ox homo THE PLAYGIRL" followti I ORNRRAL nrtrnvB rvnn \ Iwo k tar.* cvupea *. oarchaM of TOMATOKSCrisp Large[ Ripe .....____
"I .
Ne IStkerrr
From Acct. Ill rommlnlon Collector nf Taax I I A ftll **
r.fd p.INk.l...Minusw p.ldw by th. I.,$ .I. J.h.-. lleeerve for Contlncencltl .. ..,.00... Star \mI'ilbMi. Red DeliciousAPPLES
< _!*. Iwd, tlimni f Ir,th.lr.-., To AccL 141 Maintenance of nine* >4m. Did*. f I."". TUNA ..._ 49o J2Je
141 MlM-ellaneeu Rioeneet ,..". If.1i1 / .....___.hb. 190
.., le-4-44
171 Dalary.AdmlMlttratlve.Huoplle Jivenllo :Jadire*... '.. l.slo0 Ne/e C..,... a;..** .... a*aw Or*. U .
ITI Civil btft... .m.r, .H'. 'l .. Special!
ACTION Elect III lit Other library Aflmlnlitratl'v;; *. bldg.. .'::.. 'I'14t !: 1.IIIIIIM.I.! .... r Jane Patter CHlcler Marble 'k.Ib. '-01. loal

For lit Jail Addition . .,. ......oI., I.IM.II
..... . --..- POUND CAKE 49f
11,101.71lilil - ---- ,
from A LOUIS HUNTLEY Keeerr Road Tit* o': ConllaaeiMlei Munlelpalti.: : I .,. .,, IS lylOI.1*:*SIII [ cYla PLAID 'm: Jane Parker t-... 3-el. each

., . .
To A..e. 41 l Free Labor SIMM 25 b'
alt Malntenanoe Of 5..e.ipm.nt: ..., S.TI4TI sT ::1 PUMPKIN PIES 49
III Itlahta of Way . . ... . I.SIUI *
1111111 IIO.IUII With this rein* .ar' aa.* .fWbUe ;1 Special! Jane Parker 1-1*. --.... each
I. nvn Awn
roHnciTim PESO
From Arct. 114 R..or,.. for Cantlnaea, 556 Rala -I
I' Co. Jodi. ..' ...' ..........' tit JIAJU Hk'IAy: : f'J!> 'I PINEAPPLE PIES 39f
:: I f ,
To Acct. Ill Fn.n.e.. Other Than; Htltrlea.,
LOUIS HUNTLEY WILL! Co. Jade . ..........,....... 9 ti.M .Jai... ,* t..N.
Ceeioea* d taina S8 : Bar at AF! Drell-Kit Large T.W*
tiiau: ;

1. Work diligently to attract NKW: INDUSTRY and 1'ayrolU to Clay k... aid BR. IT he FURTHER I* kereky RKo.flI.VKn"Ihor''*.. and THAT.1...th..*..Clerk 1 to tins t.l Ohio effect Board.. ............._...._...............J; TOOTH PASTE , 5 roa 99t
County. thete Irtntfere en the book ., aeoooat .f Clay ('Gu'". Florida,
a* .September II. 1114.
2. ContInuo Iris effort to Four-lano Highway 17.

3. Work to secure a Junior College for Clay County to care for..our IONfA CUT

anticipated growth.

4. Evaluate: tho actual tax value of Camp( IJlanJing to determine if .. BEANS

Clay County is receiving a fair share of the income from this GREEN

facility. THE

5. Fight, to protect<< your homoHleml exemption

C. Work cloudy with QovernorK Hayilon Burn to rrvUo right SPACE

of way procurement procedures) thus relenting undo to build critically

needed<< primary roads . Roads Clay County nerds PROGRAMhis 1-LB.
desperately! 4 45c

pourt4 millions/ Into FkrldYt conomy.HOLLAND.
7, Will continue to work with your Juvenile Council and 1 Merit Hoard CANS

for a Round juvenile delinquency, control program

e. Work on tho state level to provilo Clay County with uniform excellence

in Public ).':Kducatlou\ both wdudnry\ and adult.

9. :Apply Bound common tonne principled of economy and efficiencyto It a number .f( this ImporUnt comsnftK LIBBY'S TOMATOJUICE

government. Net only hat the) tMCa) profram b iMfttj J thMlentinw
am Around Cap 1 KtnnWv. but M wW .. 19cr 29c

A SOUND PROGRAM OF ATTAINABLE GOALS!,. to pour millions InOfI Into Florida's cenotnv.N .

te riortdtat, DomocraH andRepubJkani SI.. CIAI,1! SUXXYFIELD PLAIN OR 8F.UMII8IXO
,* EXPERIENCED PROVEN LEADERSHIP ABILITY! shks. Still wo prtttrvo the toniority

that! trm Holland a Mat on the Aoroaautteal and 5 it 39c

A DEMOCRAT' ABLE' TO' WORK WITH THE DEMO- Spaco ,Science Committoo. whoM prime rotpon FLOUR .
libiUti\ h to mo an maven .hi tho spas Md.
Every rttldofit ol' Florida Hum In the konofit*

CRATIC MAJORITY IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE. that Rave rttulttd. sC y S-'JJ,'"' "AI'JI u.q PARKER ,.... Shortentof JXHB rAsUCKX
DUO ... a to. can I* TwiG Park
Florida ned' HollanTT contimMd Influonco( on POTATO CHIPS root Una A Fraw FUkesctmcAL

this committee . .. it l II a valuably asset to tvorycrtUtfl . to lag box nUqutd COOKIES I
CLAY COUNT) XKKDS) HFFKCTIVK, : iRADKRsmr THIS ol' Florida and the nation. DMertrnt I pt. -

rim: OF j.YJor/ff.ir( DKVRIMPUKSTIsrrrouT : ) : Nl NMnl aJ.ieiaM...*.... ISM. Tx Pt .- 1-Lb. Boy TUXD..u..If 3 I MX g.0z. I'kn.
Mabel L Trove.w If.... rtemhn.' 1 to. boa

AND ELECT: : 4 9 l fiLTtXU>urt nl tant fen"tit' $1 I.00


LOUIS HUNTLEYSTATE I '' sir Gfp ,.,..... M still J Irw........ an ,.... &We

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Ma .e.+ .. .....,. OH* *v MUS

REPRESENTATIVE 4 $tores X Oraace .A.t. Gnr Cr .fvtto

.\ C() stIt\\: \'. DKMOCUATt:' '
... SIN Krimy It. Oraag* Fart


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