The Clay County crescent
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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 29, 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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Swiss Executives At Mill Mrs, Rivers, One of Oldest New Health Building

Residents, Dead At 94 Dedication SundayThe
As A Matter of FactEditor's

Mrs Louise Fleldhouae Rivera, who was bom In Chicago
six years after the close of the Civil War died on Sundayat new $100,000 County Health Department building
her Green Cove home She wan the mother of Judge will be dedicated at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Thomas J, Rivers. Wilson T. Bowler. state health officer will be the principal

( Note: The following are excerpts from the Mrs Rivers the widow of the late tetra Judson Rivers, speaker st the ceremonies and the ribbon will be cut
letter of Oovernor Farris Bryant by Becky Ruth Campbell Miss Clay County
most recent weekly was one of the county's oldest residents She moved to
sent to all newspaper), Oreen Cove 67 yean ago with her first husband who was Welcoming remarks and Introduction of Seeder will
then in 111 health. be made by Louis L. Huntley, chairman of the board of
The I860 federal census tells us there are no leu than a
Louis Fleldhouse daughter of Benjamin Field- county commlMloneri:
was a
adulu In Florida who are
quarter of million
than fifteen house who was born In England In 1133. At the ale of K The Clay County Health Department was organized
counties percent
Illiterate. In 30 of Florida' more along with the Bradford County Health Deartment, II the
she married Elmer Palmer, of Chicago and nine yean
Of Florida' Illiterates
of the people are In this category.
51 cent nonwhite.In . later, on account of her huxbunds health, they moved to Clay-Bradfoid Unit on April 15, 1941
white are
40 per cent are per
Florida Mr. Palmer died three yean later In 194S Union County organised a Health Department

our educ. on.eonscioUi society these figures are astonishing In 1103 she married P. J. Riven the son of a Confed- under the administration of the director of Clay-Bradford
done to alleviate the problem unit Thua was formed the present trl-county arrangement
but what U being crate veteran' who had begun to buy up property in the
of Illiteracy County lie died eight years later seved by Individual county staffs, with a single medical

She leaves three other sons: Putter Palmer, chairman director who apportion his time between them.
The solution .Is entrusted to the Adult Education Program -
The first Clay County Health Department wu located
a4 of the board and principal owner of Palmer Machinery: Co.,
supported by your tax dollar- and the Initiative of of Jacksonville; Alvan E Riven, president' of the Palmer bi the Dank Building at the corner of Walnut and Magnolia!:

the illiterate and undereducated to better himself. Two Swiss textile manefsetmring exeeatlves were In Co., and Joseph Petra Riven, all of Jacksonville; nine streets Oreen Cove Bprlnirt, and employed I full time nurse,

Florida has made giant strides in adult education Green Cove this week te observe the operations ef the grandthlldren and 10 great grandchildren 1 full time clerk, I full time aanitartan and part time
At 2 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon Mrs tattle Page Health Orf Director
Illiteracy has dropped considerably since the advent of Green Con Springs Tarn Company. Shewn stove, L te MFUae read the Christian Science burial service. The Rev Gordon, In April IttO the Health Unit moved from the Bank

"Operation Alphabet." Through a series of 100 half-hour Noorlander, a native Hollander, who .Is chief ef production Craig minister of the church: assisted at the graveside Building to the Court blouse Annex which la located on
telecasts on five educational television stations nd four quality ef lchappe-Tes. of Bade, SwilaerUnd) services. Idle*tlil Avenue. At this time the staff Included 4 full
commercial television stations In Florida thousands have Public Health Nurse, 1 full time BanlUrlana 1 full time
Dan Shaw, superintendent ef the Green Ceve ))Nisi) and Honorary pall bearers. were John Preston Hall, County
been taught the basic skills of reading and writing. Valentine Vendennghl. vice president la charge ef mane Commissioner O. J. Murrhee Clifford L. Ocher Park Oclier. Clerk, a, part time Cuslodlan-CUnIo Aide, and a !part time

Oelger, George L. Carlisle, County CommUMoner Health Officer
have "registered" for this television Wayne
At least 7,000 people
factoring, the Basle ren< In/July, lIdO( the present was
and received workbooks and the service of Luther WlUon Supervisor of Registration U E Wtliwn.Ororie .
volunteer course teachers to help with the television lectures. firm was established In Switserlaad, nearly 111 years age, BoaUnht, E. D. Austin. Cecil }McGee Carl Rosen equipped ..t'OIL of approilmattly 1113,000: The Health

Thousands more have teamed by merely watching the "Op. .Is one-third owned" by Bnrllngien. Industries, parent firm ; bush, Joseph Cooper Reid Wager W E WeUbrod. A J. Department staff now consists of 1 part time Health Of
eration Alphabet" telecasts. ef the fecal mill The Swiss. company which has Iwe ether Moody, Talmadgs Bluckey, J C Bapp, John M Bcottcn fleer, ft full time Public Health Nurses 2 full time Clerks\ ,

mills In West Germany sad a fourth te open In France In J Sister Smith, A. B Rawls and Mayor Marlin Harris. I full time BanlUrlana, and l 1 part tint Custodian and
But adult education la not only for the illiterate In* +, Active pall bearers were: Bruce Brooker Warwick Ken Cllnlo Aide.Various.
dustrtes in 51 of Florida's (7 counties report need for additional the nests few months, employs appreilmately' Itt penens.SchappeTes's hey, Randolph Brunaon Lanny Lancaster Wlllard Bland vUlUng consultants In the several Public

technical training for their present employees. product, a loitered' (nen-etrteh) yarn, Is j and Louis Duchollg Health dlarlpltnet are available

Florida will need 65 per cent more technicians in the next ted principally In women's' salts, dreooe and bathing suit Burial was In Hickory Drove eemelery.' Helm Funeral

two years merely to fulfill the needs of present Industry Aeoordlng to Mr. Vondennahll his company faces strong home was In charge of arrangements.' J-M( Sales At Record Levels
not taking Into account new industries that will move into I
Esroptan competition. However Far Eastern UiUU manefartnrtrs .
Florida. Johns-Manvltl.. Corporation million equal to 1102 a share.
have not yet Invaded the Enresoas market. The XIIUOLIOR HAIK whnae MS million Traiwltesabestos Bales In the quarter rose' ap-
Then in order to attract new industry there must be a two tesUle HeruUm who Halted ..rtI..c.. UrtUh yarn DR. MIRY ZriJAfR TO The abandoned Paul E.: Rein1 pipe manufacturingplant proilmately M million and per
reservoir of trained people from which to draw. Many of SPEAK WORE V.1JL
mill .t High Feint left en Monday for Wilmington where hold school In Oreen Cove 1s to U how under construction share earnings ..er.&I&) two
these will be people whose old jobs have become obsolete
technical advancement. must be re-trained they will he gweata ef the deFeat. Company. They will re* Dr Mary Zellner head of be sold If sn offer of more Just south of the Oreen rents
through They Division Communiecation: at than 114.WO. the appraised, Cove city line, let wrekk re* For the year, J.M sales are
., this
to handle other technical vocations tarn to Escape at the end reek
St. Johns River Junior College.will value of the property\ .re* ported sales for the I months expected to reach record lev

Courses evallablt for night school also Include typing speak at the V.I A. womana reined by the County rVhool ended Sep. 20 totaling more els.

shorthand. and bookkeeping for anyone with or without a Club luncheon meeting on Board before Nor I. than 1141 million The company's Oren" Cove
high school diploma. Thursday November I. Her The property, was given to Earnings for the period were plant ls eipocted to be In op
subject will be "How Bt. Johns the county school system, equal \to. n.,. a share up from oration by nest fall with an
: High school dropout, in Florida andpmf:: state..11.A''.'.S .,.,. OP..S pc1intcDdcnt: 'KI,., .Il1a1o 'Ooilote.eat Help,tetnjold several years ago arid.,.,U tl Irt the year isrtlrr'\ period, annual payroll rate at tto out '...
major cause Of unemployment and It places burden Kfrnfis" With the Cultural Environment 'was abandoned saraT ehsolraY 'For th third Starter, J-M'" set ..*.& ,..apptozim1ely1.

taxpayer. for payment of unemployment compensation Rebut. U Nolan a native 01 Omen Cove Spring year alO.I sal.I. were approilmaUly' I III I $moo.
Anyone any age. who has dropped cut of high school ., 0,*... Cove prlnga, has
owes It to himself to take night courses and earn his diplo been. ..-.4 np.,. ......,
ma. Most people who return to school are surprised to find ef the Town of Orange Fart I Yankee Commander Sacked After; Mnolia; Fiasco I

bow few subjects they must take to acquire a High School snettxdlng the tale Herbert"

Equivalency r plonra. IL Morris.
Ja s result of the Union ft*** si led B.tU of Mafnolla
Nolan, who has been aaoo* I'pt'
Last year 1,037 adults went back to school In Florida to dated. with Kemp Benrh Sprlnti 100 years. ago this week. the Yankee cornmanor -
finish their high school educartkm at night Better"" than of the Dlslrkt of Florida got sacked UM-
and Jar***, Jarkaonvlllo ar*
one in ten of an the diplomat! .Issued last year' went to ......., has recently ..*. a Brlcadier Oermal 3. P. Hatch after writing a long

adults. .......... to the Greater letter In defense of his actions st Magnolia, was replaced ,T'4Aeery

Then too there, .....MH course* available t 4 prepare .the Jacaaowvllle Flannlng. Board.Berr Not' I. INI by Brigadier Oeneral E.: f. Bcommon.It .

ciUsen to vote. Wt must all be capable of sensibly carrying In Green Cote InIMS was. si this point that the State Comptroller reported ,'
out our oonstHvUonal right of DeraoeiaUe election" Alone he Is a son of Mr. and the total value of slave In the county st 1111.000. This
these line eounoj Jncl dec Current affair, political science Mrs. R..ret. U Nolan. He Is valuation war .Iras than Baker and greater than Atchua
economics Americanism ... Communism law for the Married te the rorwwr NsneyGroover Free Negroes were fating conscripted over th stale.. for

layman problem of Democracy t American and Florida ... of JackaMtin... Yankoe work details\ :
tory and government, 'and citlatnahj 'education for the They have Hi ehudren. idle At tin National cemetery st Magnolia where moony than
foreign 1>>om. ..,Ie is Green Cove Chlrf. dr.u. 100 casualties and wete,one of the Battle of Magnolia

.. (..... .... Bprlngi were buried two msrkni remain. The cemetery,
We are realisln today thai. the obligation to educate.. Is enclosed In a 'lance within tile Oovetnmenl-ownod' Magnolia
not just for the kids but by Increasing: the potential individual matter what Is U improve hla economically
no see and marker stolon
... rut down by hurrVsn grave
and culturally Education enhances his valuate his
of Civil War
and vandailMd make the final retting plot
family to society, and to his state.Editor's . Nation Council of Churches Gets aoUlers a dia ra. to the u Uon.. 0. ef Ik,* ... rmaiaUg. ......... si ......... ".......
C....." ,
From Jsxssonvtik* Hatch wrote his superiors he knew

( Mote: The foUowtaf are raotrpts from the No Confidence Vote At St. MaryThe the osUUUhnwnl ef the Union peat st Magnolia was nut
commanding the Fort with woods, would enable tho enemy .to sp
most recent weekly "column" of Agriculture Commissioner ': desirable U the view of Oeneral J O fooler, ef
Doyle Conner). Mission Board ef St. Marys Epieropal Church of the Union Dtpartmtnt. of the sVwth. .Hovtvor. Oonetal proMh. under sovsr sad unot"nod. The vend of the river :,
Orem Cove has handed the National Oounril ef Churches Peals had deferred to Hatch's Judgment. shore "...n" two prominent sutnU. liens and blow .the \\lito...

a say comment about the proposal for members of state a virtual vote of "no confidence.1* though the Board split And then hatch stuck his sick in the MOM and wrote Unding-pta. from which allsrlee erected by the enemy

Fans Bureaus to finance the imrrhart of a big national widely on methods ef handling the matter he was further scan Oemr FnaUr bald him ........"* may drive 1 off the gun-bools end. keep the .arruon In a

mal food chain." I nectortod to mention that National A majority of the board aafled for withdraws of the any dlaaator that should recoil from h* llh Union post siM ...y" ..... \11I1114 surreiMtets. This week wUl In M wsyln
Farmers Union also has a plan a* the Ore for eoooptratlv Episcopal Church from the CouncL A minority report' gnolial. .....&Iehmont., *>e ditastsr,* he onUnuod. "hoi .reaas the ....tt, of ""'10ft.., for In s determined

ownership of retail food None.Under signed by the ...... wince F. Krwta. vicar of M. Mary; yet ** rred which BMke* me doubt the Judgment esi sU .......11. With roapset I* the other point, thai, Is tie
study now by the AFUCIO Is a proposal made Vy B. C. Hkks, Jr. and. WOBaoi P. Kenney aakod shot the deed .la sotaaUshlng It"
Jim ration praiotnl of KF0.' at the ...... Meeting of national.. Ctasocfl: he curbed la Its pooUcal scUvtUta. '''lib't memory. was brtof., Just Si week Nellie the VnbntVarce Mpooure of the country East Sf the sH. Johns I do not nU*
the btcraattenal Association of MartrtrasU la hurt A nsotaUM of the minority of the board .pants out tt Magnate ho 5 kn rvwUd with a heavy her ef ilpau. the roouiu par ptedut bats th amass force sa toot, I_
that wt-Ue a Tire. .di4. sstaorMy eaaaot sn good. seMrtotwoavawor men and sMterki Hot a .....,, but" strtolntf. aothlftg to"The I think more sfftsienl stUon wiy b-J eipeetej sgalnil any
Fatten proposes a fansetNaaeor cosoporatlv soda MMe wKMnwal front the national. Council of ChwrthM: Mao ..... force ef the enomy thai mat gross the River the* from UM

stop a TtrUeafly btegrated system ., .rod rUan. are . (It) vtatee to nfert &behe, to case U k Marys **May,* he wrote ksps. a large fore* of troops same terse snounlod. for this reason that the forts if ttte
.... and retail salt ef toot protiMU.Pattsa oosapMH tndersee the national Council of Churches Mft In. that WtoHy, who email ethorwlM to .....,' Invowting .,.., wribh. troMN the fiver .us Bvoaaaly M ba Coos

I betJtvo such a ay Him would .." ....., te now fsnctlens that fjlac (JetksMivlOei or swung forays stress UM ram sopseUOy. If H he "',..... It sue soldler% art taught Wundertake '
from ,..... Th pool will to touMdUUly. shoodotiod asUrswtsd. lent matches they cUd aeegr4li.A' fM more tnUM
The .. ". .
emsfood .
( pwcfcasfs by the lever one-nfth of our sop* sasnorHy .-r.u that Btahoo and aviegaUa A
buoa H hiving food ..... to e.w.oro and toad te te. ) to 1M Ornorsl Oomenttssi ef UM FrotMUAt ,>weoval Our main. trouMe ha* tool that we hot not had swamp eaM of the river lhan wltt a mounted. oral'
.. rrbWa sevsOiy Ban r>*t that wo hot In* mush The / (.)'rice camber. ef saeuntsd SMih. to ads.ie nscewiary fWVsdHUe J.
toininn ..
sera*** to .rouom oa the term.There's Onsrchr safe. test are ... .. Os. be pre.. .
, from snokirur say trsnssimsiiiili ef any kind for release cavalry lures toft .to the dtstrlH settMtj ef th* rwmnonssof r and SMMU. ton a ....... fort liner thsjf f"msssaary
la .important ilttumtm between the fans .. the pslleanti thai the duress Bawd and thapeelinrtsi the tollakon sf tt* Fwrlh. Igastathwaetls c...", T for this ,.,..,. but stta IM small to do .ffe*>

Bw.*. aM Farmers Unto .I... Fan Bur*** antasmwouM > I......... of tie HOC she-aid be retrod UtaaftUktar ffVors sad 41 MUMod aaM for ....r. M awn ski. and. Mte fl.hUn had bttter be redused to Ux .fft Uv tUnlU\ ..
to exported. te saw* tm the swan*? to bray an o-tafc- s ttf..les N the original swpoa* .. forth by1MwM eosa U FtorM. Vetisntoovt. Ml fH sMamtM"On for stouts, ..... and "a.... rw flgMin W pt.. H ?&, & ,
Bahad load store. chafe saayto as Mm.. .* Ms |* 4MITTkm UMse e AJUsUssiefUitseO . to so srrtns. Ur ........., .. to stalhMwj Ml..r ef rttwU OofivralFoster I.., the Infantry. This. to mare ssaMrUOy nosiasory the. **

dcOars.The he rn.an. < t* saf.ji. kwt ....... attlsa, tMhafiikrbtoyukf / reined. Hatch ef him ........ as .. .....ti.. the ardor are to stand.. strtotly on tie o>*
UFO program. ttmaBsm flnanctosr fcf a Feearalata .......... ... sponaertav of Mel dteodM-vo.. or Th. ta*..by lot**.' () road Pasted wrote him. UMM ......... ........ the ...... M to necessary to Prepare loeVond
<7 sttBSer to ULBar the nmiiiaalusi of 0e fMSWsal hf>raaHiy over another, far has met wxh served k...*. I y a nounllaf. a rogt.scMsd UM bled" t asasgo trees the It Johns Htv, \trFwna..etiM
sons are atroe or ....... Mt or Ugh" ,. th ,....... to M4 token from the issaai_n4, butrtwalM In antklpatlon ef the epontoff ef that rVt
to to ef tnsre effect, pnhasa, bt UM. Isis of the. With the ........... sf Mag note to anything tthe guffkionl
TW ......, revert was stoned. ry O. rr. A. kraei '
man M. wed. awtood 4 u..*. of ton Tto SM( of M*.. strength yew levee. afar
gMrtsonln ,lit renO? .......
varons Wilier C ,.. Wa ..... w eyed C l. ,
; Jsjasor ;
4>tg.r, > and F, t Hiiirlsssi, mils was a sjostove. .......... easing a dlasi....,*.. ef pants wilt Mf4 |. Mffi.wnl ten this new .... A* M Ih*
% for.. on t Motlw seek potM wtatk Ih* ttMny maid lake M.ro.4 ,... swovwf t/ take to the steep-rUy ef the- p-opt ,f
in 0. P..J OsarUn taw the. Cnmrt *..,*.*. to jutmt aHJrMy W a dovnalmd *..*... tlersooer, to twn sn *...... .**. "??. muss *" ".*. JUHl1. IN .' 1M ". -ui
and tewwrc fcovytnar oa s BeHsaol, scale . enMwa... airy seeM. send MtMnc to the dolMM *f 4hw Magnadia.jMSMsvtB . lAMse lo he eatwidfrod sommandlng .fflosr. still N toM4
TIM Vd LMtrm. ta, an Th orrwaUM to ..... s.Hi t m* S\ui\ of lows own ftg srfantaaUan sramsin to *, !* ,.a.. ...,.. K Ass Baas. ......... to Marly the mss hvitorUAt. sn4.. mini ltet, In feet. N allowed to
Cruet Put swrtago. store to 4 UK sfcaree of seem- dude m..., .........* the Maoriaaid, th* HiUmttCssnUl airy eaor-wMM wltn tho arooonl .case *< UM army toFtavwlo. Uk or..o VnM. eva the salary Interest ef your. come

sal .UaJ: l ho. Mark .* II 9" --. *Va. ofUs) sdwsfatae tirrs ersagwUkHw. to thus. and wt crane. rsoosnsMy aped butter. ronxluHJi pant The sollmaUatt of UM Important ti eotMtdtrsUsnto
*tic a .
.Mess*ehsrte,..al b aw. Meek tasepor./ure IoN .,..,. t ........ .v Osisi iMi< or s4 bud ....,... ...,sJst'h5. an torroea. fort of UM mammy, suffMmg, to ....*. Maumg Ih* tsiml ef moray to to pretsetod to tally'

T-.. J.y M..s. M. II- sear forttfltd iwastlosv fw/Uwrakov*. IM m.1Kory MatUws vary -It Isonsd b the fact that sfter all th* urgent
.sis*Ang to an ifsuinrr. w .... .e4 ail of OSAW The SMaXyy sr-mt aatf that *.w r ...... isd d.M' *4 MO...... wa* ory" UtMr, toth s* fined to UM SWSIIMI ...... IM/ have ben made .b $heia, anti a way 5111.aims
...* tM .*.* wf sVrroFark.. Fm *T.aflary MaepwaIs piss . kw sn-d M adMtate w.&...... N ilia Pre4et ff Uw Mrt and Ito gftarsMtor. UM rtttr" Scab *4 thai ef UM InhaMUnt ef your dlstrfat have torn br*

*l *." Tom ....., were flw by Ve r.. sol fti In snail Chswdk trss the Pssnwiel tXwtt -: Ut* sn.. to**.* fM a.4 ........ oiOtts .*.... **,... ward to ales aim ana sal fl.N for .*.* 1"


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OKay( County (!EresceutAnEsteemedPeer Jtotlikfer{, 25 Inches of Poison : ::


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Pulls BooBooNo pulled up in sore need of a pack of cigarettes at the emu /

small store. It was plainly no Macy's, but It would do. .

one holds The T1mes-Union and its fine people in Inside an enclosed aroma of the nearby paper mill was :
higher regard than we do. pungent. A rough, dungareed man stood In front of the i\ CLEANERS

But The Times-Union on Saturday pulled, we believe, counter, and behind It, perched on a makeshift stool sat I IUI
one of those Ironic little booboos that can only: be describedas the proprietor. She had a face like an English walnut. I
had seen heads like that dangling from strings in curio
delicious In an editorial on the emergence of two more self shops"In South America. They bad once been human and rr. ; ; N. ORANGE AVE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS ;ipglmll :.

governing African notions, the T-U said: "Zambia, aloneof had undergone some Indian alchemy wherewith they had HWHM. t 11111111111 : : H+.

all the emerging nations In Africa, has established a constitution shrunk. ,, PA m lip iimJohn's MNNhIIIIOEMIom,
designed to protect the civil and property rights She looked me over as It I might be about to super

of all persons without regard to race, creed, color, political shrink her and I asked her for a package of Kools. &
"Thirty-six cents" she said, extending sn unwashed Radio TV
opinions or sex . Other new nations on the continent
have not done so." hand.I
While it II not an explicit endorsement of the protection handed her 36 cents and received pack of cigarettesthat MOTOROLA ZENITH I
of "civil and property rights of all persons without looked very much as if they had been caught in a bulldozer RCA -

regard to race, creed color," the inference Is inescapablethat AMANA XORQE APPLIANCES
the T-U favors such protection.If "Nothing wrong with '.m," she said somewhat defensively .

It favors it for an emerging nation of Africa, docs "as I examined the mangled packet, "They: come Experienced Service On All Makes a f .1/QI/f-//,
it favor the same thing for the United States of America that war: SERVING CLAY COUNTY OVER II TEARS
-ft "I wonder," I ventured, "If I might have a match." -e-e- I
"Cost you another penny: ," she said . again I was
Walnut Street Green Cove
trial. 24 West Springs
Memo To D. R. Matthews .
Phone 284.3122
"You mean for 31 cents you can't rive me a match
I asked her I just don't like chewing or even upping un tuuIenmu mnnnmIxnzuIImnl ummMnlpnwolmnllmmmmmhlIrmlmEnnnmurnna! :
More than 100 soldiers who gave their lives In the Civil lighted cigarettes
War just one hundred years ago this week lie In the tangled "I don't give no thin', mister. I pay for matches and '
wilderness that Is the Magnolia National Cemetery. It Is a if you want matches you pay too" ?

disgrace to the United States of America.Of Cuater''last stand N i' Dr. R. Timothy Carter
more than 100 markers that once identified the "But," I butted "at 30 cents can't you afford to give
dead only: two broken stones remain. Trees knocked down a customer a match At that pries these ought to be self _
by recent hurricanes fencing broken by fallen trees and lighting but they're not . set1? I pointed at the cigarette OPTOMETRIST
the general state of dlspalr do no credit to the National I now had In my mouth.

Park Service which Is very probably unaware even of the The other customer was very obviously enjoying this 0 EYES EXAMINED O CONTACT LENSES
existence of this spot. Tombstones have been taken away dialogue and I came to the conclusion he had almost certainly
and it Is highly probable no Identification will ever be madeof been served some second-hand chewing gum. I
New Brown Building;
those who sleep there. warmed to the subject of free matches.
IT Orange Fart fla.
1830 highway
The federal government, fastidious about Its national "But don't the cigarette companies give you these -
landmarks, has fallen badly short of anything resembling llttir'packs of matches" I asked her I was fiddling in OFFICE HOURS
responsibility: at Magnolia. If the men who lie }In Arlingtonare my pocket with a penny and my hand came In contact .00-5:00: : Monday then Friday .00-1J:00: Saturday
worthy of our nation's respect so are those who are with the cold oblong that was a cigarette \lighter I daren't Evenings by Appointment
burled at Magnolia give up now.
''The, don't give me nothln', I don't sat nobody for Telephone 164-1611
nothln'" she said. James Story. 15 yean old. of Mradowbrook, (r) holds

Sermon franklin Roosevelt "How much do you pay for your cigarettes a p a deadly I 25-Inch coral snake killed by him and Dale
By "I don't tell none of my customers my business," she Hill (ILl) near his home on Saturday According to the boy's
By void me with some vehemence. She had her Jfl cents and mother, Mrs Ketmer Story the boys became "snake con
...Ioa." after reading a story In The Crescent several weeks
fervently wished I would along.
The Its.. Dr. George Howard
Vanquished, I left. At her portal X met her other customer ago about the killing of a rattlesnake near Green Cove. HellFuneral
can best foster commerce and lames said "we gnat I beat him te death" after the two ,r
the exchange of art and science "Looks like she took that course about winning boys encountered the black yellow and coral ringed snake
between nations: that through friends" he said with a twinkle. According to "Reptiles and Amphibians A Guide to Fa
It we can avoid the rivalry of I lighted my: cigarette with my lighter and went on mlllar Species," the coral snake Is related te cobras and Is Home
armament, avert hatred and my way But I pondered that this woman was probablythe highly poisonous II Is "secretive and burrowing" and "feeds
encourage good will and true prototype of what Barry Ooldwater has been talking mainly en lizards and other snakes" This one was about as 11 CHARLES HELM l
Justice. would be able to bounce any comer whose eyes he dldnt big around as a nan's little finger
That through it we offer about. This would be the Free Society In which all men Funeral Director
hope for peace and a more like the color of. It would be a free society In which all VOTE VOTE t
abundant life to the peoples of men are free as birds free to be rude free to profiteer Phone 2S4-9G9G!
the whole world. free to sit In splendid squalor and tell the world to go to HUNTLEY HUNTLEY
"But this faith of the west hell.
ern world will not be completeIf And yet, somehow I envied the old woman Her bed LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE II EAST P. O. BOX 445
we fall to affirm our faith In was In a back room. I had seen It. She obviously: had not Lei's GROW! Let's GROWl?
Ood. In the whole history of bathed since the weather allowed her to poke her tort
m.nklnd. far back into the Into some wayside creek. Patently she did not enjoy eatingor
dim past, before man knew she wouldn't have looked so much like a scarecrow. In 1
.PR. GEORGE: r. HOWARD how to record thoughts or actuality: she didn't need my miserable 38 cents Why:
events, the human race has ahouldn't she tell me otto What a wonderful position to
been distinguished from other be In."OTI.
In Ins at the confer
forms of lift by the existence
In Buenos Aires, President 1
the fact of religion. Per
Roosevelt made the opening ladle attempts to deny: Ood : VOTE This Little Pig als
speech. The ears of the world
have always come, and will always HUNTLEY HUNTLEY 1
were attentive to his every come, to naught I I
word. As we have just observed
"In the constitutions and in LEGISLATURE LIGIOLATURE
another Fourth of July let us
the practlcs. of our nations Is I.M'a GROWL IM's GROW
recall the final paragraphs of
the right of freedom of religion
his great address: then 38 years Came
But this Ideal theee werds. to
ago. presuppose a belief and a trust
"In expressing our faith of in Ood. SM ILEJohnsManville

the western ..orld.let us affirm "The faith of the Americas,
that w. maintain and defend therefore lies In the spirit The
the democratic form of constitutional system, the sisterhood of the .
representative govern Americas< Is impregnable so Our Bank
merit" he said "That through long as her nations maintain Corp.Is .

such government we can pro. that spirit."In .
vide a wider distribution of cut* that faith and spirit we

lure, of education of thought will have peace over the west Here !
and of free expression ern world In that faith and

"That through it we can obtain spirit we will all watch and
a greater security of lit. guard our hemisphere, Xn that
for our cltlaens and a more faith and spirit may wt also,
equal opportunity for them to with Oodt help, offer hope to List I'owr -" . I I'
pamper That through It we our brethren 0......."

,It- Clay County Property .

.' Setters to the I Eifrtor I H'ifA "

Frank W.: BrownsUfMete.1
TO The Crescent' : The disarmament conferences As loon II you're fattened that Piggy Rank with money, bring him I
I have Just reeelred in the after World War I did not doter w al sedaMg
,/ Dull a book entitled Tree Hither from starting World in to us. We'll count' the tub and put it in a fully Insured savings
War XI. Immediately afterWorld steal .Mats aVstatUM -
dom From'War It outlines a War Ii. the U. S. began BO. KjBway 1Orange fat '.,. account. From that moment on, 'oua start earning on your aavifl *. ..
I Vjwogram for the United\ State cropping a large portion of new M4VWH ?o. I

t".. have 'general and complete our weapons. We soon found .
---- -- --- - -- - -- - -
disarmament\ la a peaceful ourselves In the middle of a ;; -1.'
world. under the direction of then little known country. 1 .3 "
I tht United NaOonsI Its goal Is called Korea ,J;:,
the diabandment of aD nation Have we not teamed that
? eJ armed force, national ,arenala to keep the peace and remain SEE YOU ATEchie's }

trID&IM"tU.. free wt must remain strong ,
This couldn't happen here In Dullles thrive on weakness
America, emu* UW In case anyone U Interested A Ft'LL SERVICE BANK DOES MORE FOR YOU

History has demonstrated\ (In the book "Freedom from
quite clearly through two world War" publication NO Tltt. It
wan and several so-called can be obtained from the DOT
"Vuah-ftre" or "'Po1Ict-.actIon" eminent Printing Office.Wash
conflicts that lark of strength I",*" D. C. Bx for yourself
Is a direct Invitation for aggression. what our present administration \ INORANGEOALE f SPRINGS
We were totally Unprepared has In store for us.
for both world wan. Keith Wheeler

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r Mn. moos deter Mine Dew Club. Those attending the dirt HILL TO SPEAR
proved enough to get around Penney Farms attended the was formerly at the
MHC & without the constant aid of : area meeting of the Florida ten of this he.dqu.r-I Oowley enjoyed having dinnerat ner at Wesley Manor included AT PENNEY FARMS
a "walker. She now uses a Council of the United ChurchWomen York City. Wesley Manor last Saturdayand Miss II. E. van Excl, Miss Vivian
Methodist were glad to ace the many Morse Mri. Alice Jorale- Harold Hill, Republican can-
will be
and driving at the
cane soon The Rev. and Mn. Charles
Beach good feature about the construction mon, Mrs Mable Shuman, and dldate for the State Legislature
Farms her car. Church: in Jacksonville O Cole were prevented from
Penney from Clay County will be at
of this retirement Mrs. Karen' Klser
Miss Grace Russell, formerly last Friday Mr*. A. D: Shaf taking trip on their wedding
a the
visited Town Hall in Penney
of Courtland N. Y., near Homer fer. Mrs. C. H. Coker, Mrt. because of Hurricane home. While there they Miss Clara Sykes Miss Mar-
Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. HTERS. Fbene S29-P131 anniversary Farms this Saturday morn-
with and Mrs Ralph
the Rev.
a friend of Miss Wood Is Ann Button Mrs. M. A. Dun- Dora Last week they tha Benson Miss Maude 8yv-
Ing to speak at 10 o'clock.
Another new member is being I her lifetime In the family home I helping her to feel at home in ther. Miss A. Tarbell and Mn. went to Wesley Manor for five H Collls and Mrs Clifford ret and the Rev. and Mn.
welcomed to MHC Mist purchased by her grandfatherin her new surroundings.The I A. O. Hempstead. I day as a little vacation Reeves formerly of MHC. Frank Orarey attended a sere
Dora B. Wood from Homer I 1870. Homer U about 30 Ire at Wesley Manor In which COL GOTIIER MARTIN:"
N. Y., where she has lived all miles south of Syracuse. following ladies from Mr. and Mrs. Dudley O Mr and Mrs J. M. Rice and A farewell party for MIM a F.H.A. award was given for HONORED ON:" BIRTHDAY
I Miss Wood 1s a member of I Browning and their daughter. 1-- Beulah Mae Hobbs who left excellence of design ant construction
the Calvary Episcopal Church Louise of Dallas were guest 1t last Tuesday to return' to Baltimore last Friday Only one Colonel Oother Martin who
VOTE In Homer and for many year VOTE Of Miss Helen Metsner last t TOTE was given on Oct 24 at other building project especially celebrated his 71st birthday
was In charge of the altar I week. Mr. Dudley 1s Miss NeU'ner' I HUNTLEY Wesley Manor by her Scrabble designed for the elderly won Sunday, Oct. 18 was the guestof
HUNTLEY work. She was with the telephone HUNTLEY nephew and his bee the -- - - in the nation. The latter was honor at a surprise party arranged
company LEGISLATURE executive In charge of a rub. I LEGISLATURE VOTEHUNTLEY In California. by his wife.
She suffered a broken hip ber company: in Dallas for the I Ifs GROW! The guests Included his
Let's GROW! while in Homer but has Im rat_It years. Mr. Browning I The preacher, next Sunday, mother. Mrs Hattie Martin of
- -- at the Penney Memorta Stanton X)., his brothed Ray
LEGISLATURE Church 11 o'clock service will\ Martin of Apopka; his daughters
Ut'i GROW! be the Rev. William D Cole. and soru-In-Isws. Mr and
The Rev M. II. Keast. will Mrs. Ward Brltt. of Orlando.
conduct the prayer meeting on Mr and Mrt. Lloyd Clifton, of
NIEWER Nov 4 at T:30: o'clock. Leland and Mrs David Tal-
-- -- ----
bott of Green Cove.
VOTKHUNTLEY Also attending from Oreen
Cove were: Mr and Mrs. R. E.
Scott, Mr and Mrs. Vestal
I Stamps Mr and Mrs. DouglasHopkins
BEi1fA LEOIIU."TlIRF. and Mr, and Mn.llervey .


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HIGHWAYS Gay oocaalom call for theM new anal

I aWm motor fuels,M rlht for DliVa ,
pulsing pan today. ChooM from 3
treat Chnron.uoUrw.Each packed

Florida's 1964 Federal Taxes Were $1,570,000,000 *lth Ikdltr; purfunnanc, long-ruaning economy.
I Ile.klea, to Chevron and Chevron SuprttM you
fvt Net j1'', the different antiknock compound)
'64 Federal Expenditures in Florida Were$3,338,000,00Florida's that help, develop aQ the power built Into your
at. Stop at Standard.Go /lAdy with Chevron!

I with) HIM (Jovpriini. Wt ttlt # efyourctr
development a.. the fasten Krowhiu large state re'+piire a jwrtnmbip

I through new road,.', iwhool, public eiwn.l'turc' to keep' pmv with the nniU. situ! demands. of the' kiwi art I STANDARDOIL

growth never )Iieforr fJII4'ri'ntt'Cl| I hy any Slate.

There are men and women In-hind the Florida Slory ,. hu |1.1t.1 I JM irnMirtant| r"l"l in its .H.T-.... Tlie) |1"vl.l.

art the leadership to get the job done. There leader have IMVII traditionally tlerlwl by the, |IMrgrle| from the. rank: t r .
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Clay County. (Crescent! niCRSDAr. OCTOBER U. i9fil

FACE FOOtGreen -. -

II Cove SocialsLuke MEDICAL SELF-HELP I structors being Mr Ray Bennett Treasure Chest MET OCT, tt
I Medical Self.Help Training 'Chance, Civil Defense Chairman Members of The ecu: .
course wu held Oct 28, 7:30PM and Mr. Muir on Radioactive Garden Club Doctor' 1: .
at with her Dr and Mrs I, "t
Blount, a student I I parents
In the Clay County Health Fallout and Shelter Mr Middleburg met Octob 1 .'
Florida Military School and T. Luke Olennan. Dldg. The first aid course was I E. Relos, County Sanitation at Powelson's Flower Pal,u.. J
College, spent the week-end completed and certificates for Officer will Instruct on Health Jacksonville for a prograt .,; OcilL
recently with his aunt and un- I Miss Martha Etheridge, a the Red Cross Standard course ful Living In Emergencies," ,xe dried arrangements by \: !
cle, Mr and Mrs R E Scott iic
and Mrs Mertie DeClalre, Pub. Powelson. iin
student at TifH Cdletie jn was given to the following: I eelml
lie Health Nurse will Instructon After the
Mrs Gladys Phillips, Annie Lee demonstrate '
Forsyth da, spent the weekend *
Mrs A. B Reid has returned I Nursing of sick and returned to the
Wilbur, Marjorie Johnson, Peg11 care home of -\' a
recently with her mother
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Injured. Infantand Child Care S E Hickerson
In .
Mrs Myrtle Etherldge. Hodges, Ruth Drawdy,Frances Doctor s 1
Frank Reid of Tampa. I and Emergency Childbirth. let for the ,
Rowan, .Annie Rosier, lye I business men. thpa'
I' Roger, Grace Wicks, Nancy This course Is sponsored by the r Mrs. Sadie Adams and M! ,
Miss Mellnda Qlemjin, a Mrs Charlea Greene of Tam
I Moody, Dixie Zellner, Margaret Clay Memorial Hospital Aux Eleanor Huntley were co 1 an
student at Howey Academy, pa arrived last week for a visit I : u'l
Nelson, Sandra Hammond and and the public Is cordially invited teases.
with Mr, and Mrs Edwin Platt
spent the week-end recently -
-- I ---- Mr Julian White andArthur .. to attend this course:..- l it The following committee ",
Rivers II; Mr Joe Klckllghter, . (7A + appointed to select a Civic .
>OTEHUNTLEY Jax Police Dept was Instructor VOTEHUNTLEY 'LiWf Ject for 1964.65. Mrs La!: .
1OTEHUNTLEY and gave out awards ; Huntley, Mrs. Stella Hagei ,.
I The Medical Self. Help I Mrs. Minnie Lou Clark.

LEGISLATURELet's LEGISLATURE course will continue next Monday LEGISLATURE The members voted to 'PI .
I' night, Nor. 2_ 7:30 in the. sor Mrs. 8 E Hlckerman t If. I -
GROWl I I>fs GROW Let's CROU'ILet's !
Clay County Health Bldg., ln six weeks course in Flowe: ., _

s The next regular men! ,
will be at the home of Mrw

J. Christmas In Doctor ii.' .
GROW Clay County November 19. Mrs .... 8 R _

noehl will present a pros, '::11

.+ . ,... e G on Roses.

r. 4 ,
Graveside services for FiGassmann. "' ,;
for this booth from W. R. who died at 1 I..,
the receiving prizes
chairman of
Mrs Glen McIIeffney
of the Charles E. Bennett home last week, were held '
School Simons
: Chart E. Bennett Elementary
: <; Hickory Drove cemetery .
for the Halloween Carnival, booths si the carnival.
1- Cheat
: IM ,; xa.r Treasure Thursday with the Rev Oord,'.
which will\ be btU on October 31, Is shown tI
Craig minister of the Fllfl r
Methodist Church of die-

;i Mrs. Lucas New President I Cove, officiating
+ y PLEASE] Mr. Oaa mann, a native (1>'
Switzerland, was a retUM
employe of Bethlehem Steel
.r5 rr Corp.
V e He leaves his widow, MI'

1 Amalie Classman. of the homa
: ". Ot son. Pram of Green Crn,
a daiwhter, Mrs H'dwie! M,
han of San Bernardino Cal,f
two brothers who live in F'I-'
ror. three rran'lohlldrfn a"-1four
reat rrand,.hildren,
(, r vt>o CAM
Helm Pim"r''l Home WR i i'harire h
t. ,- pB.EvenrFOREST&: of arrangements

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,' Officers of the Green Cove Sprlnga Junior Uomans SOCIETY
: Cor. E. Houtton St. A
Club were Installed on Tuesday evening, October tt by
N Magnolia Ave
Mrs Ales Fupkln, president of the V.I.A. Woman Club. VOTE I
They are, left to riibtt Mrs Jack Siam Ind vice prttl-
dent) Mrs. Pnpkln, Mrs Walter Lara. Jr| preldent| Mrs
+If u ", Donald Sohm lit vice president! Mrs Vance Powell, cor- LEGISLATURE Subject
responding secretary! Mrs. William Ilammork, treaaurrri I November 1. 1(64
.4e as'r Lets GROW!
q "r ..... '1' .# and Mt!'. Fred Andrews, recording secreUy. ... ... EVERLASTING: PUNISHMENT
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i The Future Is Ours-lf We Work For It .. ... ,t .-.: !!

I Wo eland on (the tlirixliold of the xrcatoxt, opportunity. in the hUtory( of Clay Count)'] Iiuliutriul J A t ten d' '.;( I i I

development for M01M1: JOBS AND PAYROLLS dl'\"fllopmt'llt> of our nlmmlunt XATURALRECRKATION'AL iI

: HKSOURCF.H; : arc 1ml a few of tinkillaiwH v,,. MUST mu-t. LOUIS) I

N HUXTLF.Y" : Im,,* Ilio 14,11'1( \(IItOCNi() J), the .\nl14I - i:

(ITY, the IM.UI))}: ) (' TJO\ loKFriXTIVl.hY}; : : 1\111\ 1|
LOUIS I ) HUXTLKY'S: SOCN11() J) meet, tliiMlialloiiKOof our timcH on tlio satiate level! CHURCH SERVICE SliAt

PLATFORM (OP) ATTAIXAHLi: (JOAl.SI I 1U! btukbrouml AM n KlTCKSSFUIj; lui-incM", i

man and A tireless }public ncmiiit U imluathc
to attract NEW XNDl'STUY and
1 Work diligently
of han. nMlly!
Payrolls to Clay County
2. Continue his efforts to Four-lar Highway 17 A HKCOUI: (OP AC1HKVKMKXT): ; : .

I. Work to secure a Junior College for Clay County Klwtfnl: to County ComminUm 1WJ. :

to Car for our anticipated: arowth After Nerving JUST OXK) : YKAll was i-Wlnl .' .
4. Evaluate the actual tat value of Camp Blinding Cliairninn of the Hoard by Mil fellow n mmn!. \4 ',. r." -, .. ... V ... .i' I
to determine If Clay County la receiving a fair .lulIl'r" I

share of the Income from this facility, Joh'ftMi: to HOARD) OF D1RKCTOIIS:( (} of the Stat : The Church of Your Choice 4*

B. Fight, to protect your homestead exemption. ..\"'"". of Comity( CommWionor( I

I. Work to revise closely rights with of Oovernor-elect way procurement Haydon procedure Sums 1 P n"i t Pfl'flhlt'ut of Clay County Cluiinlwr of ('om- I .. I

thus releaalni funds to build critically needed im'rco. ,
primary roads . Roads Clay County needs desMember, National( \ fliianl' IoKuliiti\f (..'mm1th..... ,

perately! Mi'tnWr, Clny, County Juvenile Council' I and This Sunday ;;: : I

7. WIU continue to work with your Juvenile Council Merjt) BonnL .

and Merit" Board for a sound Juvenile delinquency Florida Conn- I 'r'0',: . I
control MerIcr! cxtxiitlu'! Hoard, Xortli \ .''I""' ':' '
protrtmI oil Hoy Seoul of America I ... ... '.4t -'. .., t te
Work on lilt state level to provide Clay County ;. V"yy : I
I with uniform, excellence In Fubllo Education, both Awanlml' the covttod GOOD) GOYKBNMKXTAWAIID ; : : .:: : : :
I ;; . \ '
and adult. IVKX! ;: : 'I'
secondary liv' Orange Park Area Jnyowa ,'. s4r' /' \, t ,t'"
I. Apply sound common sense principles of economy THKSK: : ACIIIKYKMRXTS( : "': HOXT) JUST f" \ I

and efficiency to loverrunentt IIAIM'KXt: t TIIKY: ARF: Tin: IIF.SULTS; OH) wr! ,. i i

I HARDORK! ...",. JY I

Tie Clay LOUIS HUXTLF.Y rmln1 the IVmooratic Nomination for Stair bsUUturc; h) 00I -

K:''1 prt-jmrlujf! himm-lf to servo the| County dy illt'iuliiix Slate I Vino*'ratio !< 'Kii>lnti\o 'iUII'U"-' .. .t...", f"1t'' I

I diicuRtinff 'problems fat(UK Clay County and, Florida' with members of the fn1atnr l and formulating I

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THCESDAT. OCTOBER 3/. 1SC1 (Eay( (Eounty\! (Crescent!; FACE RIVE:

in file 13'' read her thing and of the list ran Just start getting my coffee
nasty ones are put es me to a Brown Heads School
I Around and About I' and won't go in the hat at all she absent-mlnded-Uke nods Whe your name comes to the at Paul Chancy., Furthermore

ry this month. In fact, really nasty yes toP of the list, you will receive she Is going to get that

1 let by HUGH SMITH second notices are reworkedand Dear Sir: I begin-- K,469 women and some of them coffee table at Brunaons that "" :. ..
ryry addressed to Tom Henryat This chain letter la started are bound to be dandies she didn't think we should!
n It is one of those clear bluue mail. She eyes me a moment the bank just in ease he with the hopes of bringing relief Have faith in this letter. One spend the money on right now
on October mornings The river is and the look says that she comes In some morning in a and happiness to all tired man broke the chain and got and she Is running behind with
sheet of plate glass except loves me and has she forgotten her housework why don't I
hike a !good humor and spoils everybody husbands Unlike moat chain happen to you) so
for an occasional ripple anything that will add to 's day cost his old lady back Don't let this go to work
i letters,this one you I
by a playful mullet or my comfort for the next 40 I I hear father laughIng -
made PS At the tune of this writing can my
One of the letters send of
1'1' Is a claim i a rent Simply a copy I _
bass minutes before I Join the rat. friend of mine had fit to kill and hollering
I a
: a latter and after I read it, exploded this letter to sit: of your m.rrlt'd
._ My doll of 22 yean brings race tor dally beans and grits \ 337 women They burled Eat 'em up ignorance!
: I seven times in my stomach I friends, who are equally I
hands I Satisfying herself that allIs him and It took
.0; the Jill Pot in, me a and blame It on some coffee tired, then bundle up your yesterday
of butts, the morning blat, well at this particular moment seven undertakers 34 hours
pack that the
I' went down the wrong wife and send her to man .
she plucks the women s to the smile oft his face, Even when the fish are bitIng
ash tray and yesterdays get
an way. I ask my doll if she wish whose name appear at the top I
section out of the blat and --- -- ------- I' --- .- Signed' a fisherman' cannot use
., I tries to figure something to A Tired Friend I more than three poles and
VOTE buy during the day to get even VOTE VOTE Mrs fixes" me with a stare lines or three rod and reels' at

with me for being nice during that looks like two burnt holesIn a time. according to the Game
morning coffee a brown paper bag and says and Fresh Water Flan Com
LEGISLATURE I Most of my mail is bills and LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE she sees nothing funny about mlMlonFUhermen,
the nice sounding ones get put the letter whatsoeverand I
t) Let's GROW! Left GROW! Left GROW! .
In the hat Second notices and I --' '- --- --
x operating a trot-
,I. VOTE line with' more than twenty
five hooka are considered be

"c Clay High Blue Devils HUNTLEY fishing commercially and must
first obtain a flah dealers lie
t rinse! as well as a fishing 11 t-
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Every Pests Drown of Doctors: Inlet, has been elected presl

' 01 - Night-lOth I Illb RACES dent of the CltlMns Bcclwol Committee ., a meeting In
+ the Itchonl Hoard room at Green Cove
r Others elected to office for the coining year were. : Al

lit Row L-R Mike lames"Phil Nicholas, Melvin Lnmpkln, Mark Webb, Brace Magnlre, Roy Frinjle, Robart Msalwlle, e, s ', CuaUr of Green Cove, vice president, Mrs John S, Cow.
eYe deny of Oranie Park, secretary-treasurers Mrs, Charles M
Terry CarlUtl Chariest Helm Hugh Band., Dairy I Rhoden Thomas GambllL.Irt ,
Hoiers of Orange Park, publicity chairman
John Barber. Row LoRI Joey Robolta. Eddie Peeplea, Gary a-...", This was the last meeting presided over by James Lytl,
Tim Getter, Bally' HuUhlns. Jay Goobby, Doug Jonea. Rleve who has led the group during the tint three. years of Its
2nd Row L-Ri Coy Kennedy, Ronald Denmark Jon Stump, Toner, Mike Podbwaek.NOW$5 effort to gel better Sthoola for Clay County.

_. AI discussion of the Value
--- -- Hal llanwn and Custer led a
of complete lemon guide for teachers, They brought lam
plea of military leMOn guides, which are used by the Navy,

Piit timi U'tlock On.II US and the .boon plans required! ct teachers In the fOunt,'.
a week puts it in your home! T tUmtntary schools

tlobort Hill\ Drown and Cuattr was appointed a Com
illI I I I l l i 1 ,pnylr millie to !inert with School Buptrtntendent-elect! JMMTyn
) I III ** for a dUruMlon eomvrnlng the possible UM of such
'ITr romi'leu kwon guides In lh# pubis schools of the county,
r Also In If. Palermo ".wt was a summary of the
.laUtlve. lubofOmmlU.nttd a report on Florida con
i II III INITA atilutkmal amendment. No 9 on the November ballot, the

I RHILGQ I estriwton of school capital outlay.
Oar County Us utilised the Capital Outlay plan four
ETA tlmr In tlte/ put $10 years to rain bonds In a total amount
I i of 1141,000, Tile prownaed ameftlmenl extend to the year
1000 the maturity limit. for such bonds, and lncr a*.. the
I IIIII allowable lnt rrl rat to 4 H per cent
chairman of the Committee .leg
utlltl.! vajr. Dr Itoburt Palermo
COLOR TV ? of' this plat
propoiwd Flwila PTA stale platform. Copjes
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SIX Way( ( :' County Crescent: THURSDAY, 19, 1M4 H
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Airman First Class Leaman Clay High School. He attended

I I Servicemen A. Temple, son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida State University and .
Clay County
,Minutes of County Commissioners' Meeting Frank Ottinger of Keystone Is a member of Phi Kappa
will apply for helicopter Height ha
Marine Pvt. Robert T. TurnI tar graduated from Tau fraternity I

I I er, son of Mr. and Mrs Lowe training the technical training course j
CLAY COUNTY Motion by Commissioner Wilson, seconded by Commissioner E. Turner of Green Cove, has I (or U. S. Air Forces radar repairman
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA Murrhee and carried ,to approve Resolution for request completed recruit training at at Kessler AFB Miss VOTE
.. Monday, October 12, 1964 of Federal Financial Assistance under the Federal Disaster I Paris Island. Prior to enlisting Marine Pfe.Jamea A. Ham The airman attended Bradfor HUNTLEY ..
':00 o'clock A. M. Act. (Public Law 875.J son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie County High School at Stark'

The Board of County Commissioner of Clay County met At the request of the Clerk motion was made by Com I Ham of Oreen Cove has sailed LEGISLATURE

in Regular session In the County Commissioners' Meeting Roomof mlssioner Oreen, seconded by Commissioner Wilson, and car ffjri fro mthe east coast of the Let's GROWl
the Courthouse on the above time and date. rled to approve State Witness Payrolls in the amount of $8.30 ( United State to take part In Cadet Joseph N. O. Boivin,
for the Spring! Term 1964. I II of Oreen Cove, is a member o.
order the Chairman Hon-
The meeting was called to by ,
orable Louis L. Huntley Other members present were LutherE. The Clerk read a letter as reccivJ from Ralph R. Coleman I Operation STEEL PIKE in the new U. S. Air Force Academy

Wilson, District No. 1, Marvin Oreen District No. 3, O. J requesting the Board to approve the following Streets in Mea- II Spain. The combat training exercise freshman class that recently Modern Farming
dowbrook Unit No. 6, for permanent maintenance Motion by will be the largest amphibious joined the cadet wing
Murrhee, District No. 4. Absent was H. E. Moody, District No. 8. I I
The Invocation was given by Commissioner Oreen. Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner Green, and I operation conducts upon completion of basic cadet needs
carried the Board accepted for maintenance the following in the Atlantic since World training.The a
The minutes of the last regular meeting of September
streets: Draco Street from Meadowbrook Drive to Arora Boulevard I i War H. cadet Is a graduate of I MODERN
1864, were approved as advertised. _
Lyra Street from Meadowbrook Drive to Arora
Th following monthly report and letter were read
Arora Boulevard from Ursa Street to 110' Boulevard'j I'I FINANCING
and filed: ONLY IN NEW 1004i
Street. A letter was received from Mr Louis H.
Monhtly report of County Judge: re: Fine A Forfel
Engineer approving these streets in accordance with the Clay iv.. a ..
County Regulations prior to this request of Mr Coleman. I
report of County Agent. .
After an examination of the assessment rolls submittedby UIn ADMIRAEDUALTEMP
Monthly report of Assistant County Agent
the Tax Assessor the Commission signed three copies of the ,
Monthly report of Home Demonstration Agent i
Warrant Attached thereto and these warrant will be found .
Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent "I' o"-
Monthly report of Florida State Board of Health. pasted on the Inside back cover of the assessment roll as filed I I i .. ::;: Production Credit provides .
In the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court and same Is hereby
Monthly report of District Welfare Director: re: County I I a single specialized
adopted aa part of these minutes as much so as if set out in of credit for oil )
Indigent Funds. the Marine Corp last summer source
Annual Report of Clay County Farm Forester Jack L.BlrnhArt. full herein. he was student at Clay I your farmhome and fam 0I
Jr. Upon motion by Commissioner Murrhee Resolution seconded by I'I High and served a year In the WARRflNTEDtnd fly needs of. . a reliable/ I
Commissioner Oreen, and carried the following was source financing
Annual of Club Fire
Report expenditure County Marine Corps Reserve before
of County available providedby
adopted by the Board of County Commissioner Clay
Control Unit by J. Frank Lee District Forester. Ms enlistment. ) farmer for farmer G;

Report of Discharge of William Ernest Oeer from FlorIda .- : RESOLUTION' . loan low In cost, tailored .

Tuberculosis Hospital. WHEREAS, It haa Imcome apparent that certain I llama of sa.p.ndtur.s QOO > L'W to each Individualneed -
Letter from lion. Ralph Power, Road Board Member l I In th. UiwlKit of Clar County for the year ending Marine Pvt. Stanley W Foy, . and financial
feai>trmhr 10, IM4, will fee inadequate and that other Itoma of son of Mr and Mrs, Anderson &IIC.
re: Governor' Creek Bridge Highway No. 17. ipcndltur. will h. In .iici>.a of I ho rnqulrrd .oondlturn, nasal aalo l u.r. counseling. These are ana
MOW/ TIIKKEKORU IK IT HKHOL.VKD that Item Iranifers Foy, of Oreen Cove has completed part of the service
of Bids Section 715(0-3802 by Florida State
Report on and tranefera from R...rvo for Contln.ncl In thi Judg-.t above e f offered by Production C.Gro
Road Department referred to an ".......r' to pro plrl' meet the r. 4 Memorandum from Secretary of State HonorableTom County. for the ITIertt rear ending 8 eptmlter 10 1M4, afollowai -R .1 : -a rafL1 Credit.

Adams, eel: Form of the Ballot, November I. riK:.r.iML HienravH: Venn "atrue olrpY IS
From Aeot Its Commleilone, Colloctor of T.... I .UUt a
U84. General Election. : HI Hn.rv. for Contlncenrlee 14,001.10 AniIIr
for To Acct I4t Milntenanco of other Adm Bide. MIMI Bank financing
Report of the Clay County Zoning
I III ..,...n.n.ou. Kipuniti ...... iu.it ..
1183-84 FIscal} Year. i 170 Administrative Supplli ..... 1411/4 Arranged
171 Balnrj Juvenile Judge . 11t77
Mr. Ray Chance Director of Clvtt Defense Clay County. 171 Civil befenee .... ..: ..;::: *.It SID
gave a report on his put month's activttle Also Mr. Chance m tdhrarr: :,1(7114.Mill Lew Interest Rates .1BWE,
Olh.r Adminl.lrath.;; i Bldg: :::: :
advised the Board of his rececnt discussion with the Federal Jill ..Addition 1....... I Off tKt tttattt from:

and State Survey Team who Inspected: ,the Clay County road .i7.i i.'ii .ii.i iii: i I,1---

regarding damage caused by Hurricane Dora ROAD ANII mil mm rrnn S Toe.11...'......... .._'.tlTe a,. c..rt'_
and requested the Boardto From Acct. 411 Toil of Material .. | I.Ill.IIHI I ... _. .. Co.Nv Aar..r> eta...
Mr. A. T appeared .
Hoed Tai to MUIII.I..lltI.| |. ... Moot 5114.-out nspe.1 .......,. 1* a.r. U 1..
authorise $800.00 for the Orange Park Rescue Unit for pur- III It....,.. for Contla-enelee II...... I/OMef(Ilpt T a h....... p.r ..... wle-er11
After discussion on the matter the To Acct lit Pro. Labor .... $115150/ N ........ get
chase of new equipment. a III Malntanano af Equipment ..,. ",,..tt TwIe .. Northeast PredacUea Credit
Board tabled the request until a later date. 411 lllihla of War ... .. . . . . _.,_ lUt.7 Alaeelau.alit
Mr. Lewis Wilson, Supervisor of Registration Clay County 111,15511 IIO.MIII-
appeared and requested the Board member to appoint the run' AKD' renriorriftiB FURS Mala .&net. PalalkaTL REVt
from Aect III Rntrve for Contln..n l.e, EA ft-SStS
I 1084 election. Also
November appeared
for the
Poll Worker ,
5auNCl ar0a15.1I. .
( 11,01 .. ........
Mr. O. T. Oamblll and Mr, Charles Maxwell who discussed the To >Ot't. Ill Kip. n..VdtlieV Than 'i'i:Ur"lVs'I : un Of wa.nr.l 18* Edgeweed Avcnse I,
voting machine charge for moving on Election day and set c*. ;*d., ..... ..,II ......, I ti... Model fU41 :.=-.:.-:::::::-:;M4N.t". : ::; JackMBTtDe
12.1 cu.tt. 4
ting Ballot on machine for election After a discussion, motion .7 .11 .--rn; Mad rww.w..rw r.r.a.cow, d IM ..r &:-.:::, TeLUtl

was made by Commissioner-Green, seconded by Commissioner ">.. and RR IT lie rURTHin la hir.hr nMOLVED aethorl..a and THAT 4lrert.il the Clark to ii to,.thla effect Board t. recruit training at Pants fOIl OUT ....._... ..._....,.r,0 -c.. low.-...._.

Wilson and carried to reappoint Charles Maxwell and aa th.of.. September tranafara' on 10,the llli booka,> of aooount of Clay County, "''orI4.. Island and will report to Camp TA6Dl'IN ItAMIN01Far..w., :r:=: 1..wy"m. r.

O. T Oamblll Deut Custodian of the Clay County Voting Lejeun for' combat training 01 YOUI OlD = :.esw, N"w."nlW ii -

machine, The total price to be paid for moving. the machine Motion by Commissioner Oreen seconded by Commla The former Clay High football HfIIOIUJOi
to all Precincts, setting the Ballot up and to be on call on stoner Wilson, and carried to approve application for Supplementary - -

Election day I II $. O.OO. In the event of a small District Election Book Orant -with the Florida State Library Commla- VOTEHUNTLEY IABCTVINC. Mgogl/tlon

In the future\ the pros to move and set up Ballot on Ion In the amount of .1,' 4.00 for the lt 4-ms Fiscal Year, .

each machine U $2000 per machine; this Includes a custodian >Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner IdlewtU
being call Election: day, Avease Green C... Springsrbene
on Mtirrhee and carried to advertise for bids for propane
Mr. Rsy Bradley appeared and advised that In a Primary ga* for the Courthouse and Jail for one year beginning De LEGISLATURE SS4-SIS1 ,
Election held this year, that one of hit opponent was elrml- timber 1, Uet.Motion Let's GROW!

mated and thai this person worked on the polls In the Second by Commissioner Oreen seconded by Commissioner --- -----
Primary Mr, Bradley advised that the Deputy Sheriff eat In the Murrhee and carried the bilk were approved and Warrants -

polling place all day also In violation of the State Law. Aftera I ordered drawn In payment of same as will appear by -C

discussion, Mr. Bradley was advised that the Election Inspec I Warrant Lists numbered U8, 31/-A, and 336-B, which lists. are
tlon Board of each Precinct was In full charge by Law on Election hereby adopted a a part of these minutes as much so as If set
day and that the Legislature would have to Chang the 'out In full heroin Chevroletvorkpoiver

law regarding the disqualification of eliminated candidate At this time the Board appointed the following person

working the Second Primary Election. Mr Bradley' requestto to hold and conduct the General Election In the severs! precincts OR

be forwarded to the Legislative Interim Election Committee of Coy County on Tuesday, November I, 1084. All Board >oo

for their study f> serve from 7,00: o'clock A. M. until count Is finished. tr..ia' '1. n.e ?: 4Jr" .
Mr. Lee J. Welner, Land Agent for the Slat Road Department 4.Pll
NO I. James
PRECINCT 11. Corbln. Clerk: Don II. Miller.
appeared and Board to authorise the
requested r1 I
N.tUe Fletcher Kathleen Mlnge, Thelma Kirkland Doris K.
County Attorney to proceed with oondemnaUon suit on Lucas, Marl Chewer and Sally M. Brannan, Inspectors.
more Road; one parcel on Channel Chang, Motion by Commissioner T7l'II
PRECINCT NO I. Jesal N. Christmas Clerk: Dorotha W.
Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner Green, and carried
to approve request Lowe! Margaret F. Butler Mildred Peterson and Gertrude High- ,..
house Inspector rMl

PRECINCT NO 3. Lorene Downing Clerk Evelyn DNM, Jo. 41.,

. .... ......- aeph C. Bhsffar, Mai Alvin Walker and Wands Lee O'Bury.lnapeetol'll ,

.. .; p ucIMI
; ::'. 1Jr PRECINCT NO. 4. Millie 8. Wilkinson Clerk: Ire Moon. rarer e. ry ;# lieD

Austin and Henry E. Miller Inspector.
1t a.
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PRECINCT NO. S. Mary E. Shlpman Clerk: Myra Lee Strick!

,\ land Myrtle\ Harris, Janl M. Cooley and M"* aret F. Drown

PRECINCT: NO. .. Drlma Smith Clerk: Emma Mae Dater". yak

Carolyn A Weeks Gloria 11. Meek bind Carl H Piper Inspector Call

I ., J *. lR

PRECINCT NO, 7. Blanche F Cunningham. Clerk: Cora Msrthman Mat

FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENHOLLAND Maml II. Ella. Mildred Peyton. David A. Nelson andLucile IQs

Meat, Inaprcton ,

r :II PRECINCT NO. I. J, C. Joint. Clerk: Mildred Dyer Marguerite rR )

JoIn. kite II. Belies Madeline P. Moore, Curl Alma ralal

Horton and U.rjorl, R. Nelson\ Inspector / yTIs

PRECINCT NO. I. Ruth A. Herbert, Ckrkl Pearl Hawkins, O.

: I : I. CWvlnsTfr and Ruby Otover Inspector I
strongly' supported medical: iilttanc' Florida's PRECINCT: NO. 10 Louise Robertson. Ork! Grace A. Hutton

\, senior citizens through the KRR.MILlS Bill. Drone Harris O,rtl Hyatt. Vivian Hancock.! Dorothy Cannlngton. -
t covert both hospital and doctor bills. It ROM Starling and Sties 1Ch..... 'Inaprvtora. Illti
protects those who have the need and Is financed
PRECINCT' NO1, It. E. Evtrrry.. Clerk.: Katherine B franklin. .
by our states with federal. support.Ikdtcae
;1 Jewel 0. Moree and Leigh W e'' ui. Inspector W

the other proposal. offers only limited PRECINCT NO. It. Bernice Moon. Ork) A. T, Hall. Irene R.

hotpiUlixatton financed by an Increase in Social, U..U and Albert II. McGinn, Iwpwtorf. L
'J Security lasts. It Corers all senior citizens, rkh ,

or poor, but It does not cow doctor bills Mr. Frank Srmbr Attorney, apWrrt and presented Petition r IE
for closing parts of Adam Stress and Klngtley AveniMa
if' ForlC1: : entire delegation Congress voted 'for Section 13-4-a. fWlflII'OChi| for WlUlam and Anna PoweU., CDmes iff tWO. kinds Of pickups Trim Fleetslde
the Kerr-Mills approach Our state *| .&Uture approved '
Motion by Commlnkoner Omen **ror dfd by CommUartoiwrlurrhee
rt for a twoyiar trial period, at did 36 and tarried to approve'PrtJUon aM have Mr. mlb11adftl't1M Pickup (shown above ) . or lundy'Stepsi Pkkup with. ruwirng boards between 440

states\ and ttrritorlei.Pao with Cheptei SM Florida" Btatutx.The .
r..a..a. ...u-... taW r. I. In compliant cab and rear fenders. There are 6- or 8-f L bodies pIuS ..extra-long
folknrtng Dnwty Sheriff Bond arras approiml and
......... L WM$. T.r
CONTINUE PROGRESS IN PROTECTING signed by all 8Mi'd Members. John Dean Kltobnt *a rriinp 0-ft Stepslde body. Floor of,, heavy \Wood planking with fu8-tength steel skid
and The Pkkuty and Casualty Compayty of hire' Yak a* SuretyIn
the aanounlol ".000 M. > strips.Tatlgate held snugly by aatf-rattle\ latches.You
::001 SENIOR
. Mr. James KMwIte. Road Sup '
the Board the poaalblUty ef obUlnlnaf$ radio with base station smooth I Independent t f front suspension seWaf ; getszI- 7.

and two niu for tM ol the Clay CwiMj Seed DnwtsMnl.
0 brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for kind of w
After a ducuaakxv, the mailer was UM. ..your. _
L. Motion by CbanUaatoo t Ore, 1, ...... VT ComaOa- ..
alone Wll.lotand earried. U advertise for't dikh pullet he ./.plton. year CA.m>M dal4lr about!ny type of trvck"" .

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the& Hoe4 Drpartment: apwUtoallon to be furnkhed by UM "" C.

Road ""'L.UGUDa ......,
HOLLANDrioKtDA i L 1 by OaounleahmK: Orson. .M.cU.4 by CbmaMa. Rte

ttonrr WUWtt, the Board adjourn to *.*et again to rtluataitan ROBERTS
M Nomb /. ,Nt. at I 0. .'.." A ILLt CHEVROLET

S SrWOR U S SENATOR U thn r1. Oulnaan lelPAGE

Attest: Oranjr ajktl I'ark Qntn COT Springs ; w.
Oeort L. Carnal, fist f


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LEGAL AOTICK!: sIN I.EG'L NOTIVO a LROIL '01'1"10. .. ir.HAL KOTirai e

GUIDE : THE: COUNTY Jt..I0. IN TUB\ COfNTT J CPU lift NOTICR OK" It IK RF.qt ,111' FOR Hll>* There will be a working of
CLAY COUNTY' FLORIDA CUl'NTFLOItIOA.. purauant Notice la to hereby a final given decree offorevloauro Healed bide will be received the Beulah Church Clay County

File: No. ST'. IN I'KOHATK. entered In caue by the CUy of Keystone Height. Old Cemetery on SaturdaY.
JdrAtG'be at T.. prn on Tueaday Nuv.mher
1\: U. NO |01
numbered Ittt ClnuitCourt
In the 14 .loll at the City Ilanfor October Slat Everyone inter
Clifford Aed.nua Warden.IJootaaed.. IN R* R8TATK OrALlt'K of flay (ounly. Florid,
M LAMBKUT I will .eel) Ihe property, 01'11.1.1ft repairs '40 d.lnal' dllrbeaand ented la requested to come and
:Mvrut TO rNKiintmi he.eane.d oireeta damacrd by Hurrl-
"lav Florida deerrlb.U
Alit VONDITIONINO BEVERAGES 'REAL ESTATE To all ,creditor and all prreon NOT1CR 00' KlU.Nti t PBTITION aslol fane Dora. Work will I requireuxe.of I help clean the cemetery,
having claim or d. \II a d. run FINAL lUIH-IIAIlilK: Or Twenty.Nln. ttl). UUick drat line. martyr loader
analnit said enlatKYou AIIHIM.TNT >HIIH and dump truck Home rnnrreie'
and each of yon, are k.r*. M"\'S '%0< 1',," Oils ell acrnrdlna- work will he required. etalU
MIIBERGER PAUL'SAll I In' nutlfled and required to pr- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON recorded In Pint Rook '. rasa pst ran he obtained al. City Hall LEAGUE TO SERVE FOOD
TWIN REALTY lent say d..m.. and d.mand CEKNMJT1CR het..." AH AM and It noon
J and I of the current publlrrecords
whichou, or either of you may I I. hereby rlven that of CUy County, Florida Tueadav REFRIGERATION have aaalnat tho .oaut of Clifford I have filed my final returna *aAdihlnlntrator The Cltv reaervea .the rlsht" to Inlet will serve breakfast din
Lent B verfea Hilda T. 'Xf'tTJRealtor Anderson Harden ,,_....s. do Itonla Nan oftho at public ..1.. In the h'lhett' and relw-t any and all hid
late of Clay County, Florida, t* Fatale of Allco.. M, lumber. beat balder, for cash, at the front 5 JOY HA K Kit: nor and sandwiches, cake and
Open I A. M. 101 A. M. III Honorable Thorn J, Itlvera, Doceaard, that I have filed my door of the Clay County ISO. H I CIO Clerk coffee Election Day, Nov 3rd
SERVICE County Juda- of Clay County petition for final dixhara. and houpe In Duval County Line & RENTALtr SALES County Courthoueo In (Ira. CoveHnrlnaa that twill apply to the Honors Florid' belwrn lie\ A ca"rl'l I
Florida. within tit able. Thomas J Klvera County I-S* "'.)1. onombr "
Cdi..'..1... 11.hlgrran... North of Orange Park ACREAGE LOTS month, from tho dat..1 th* Judo e <.1"I.tat County. Florida' A. D. IMI VOTEHUNTLEY VOTE
llr . dealht "nlee firm publication of thl* "011".. 0" Not. mll.r '0. 1044. for ape (Court .8elHKonilK>
Street Each claim or demand mutt h* proval of Ihs. earn and for final' L, r A 111.1"UC. '
t S. Palmetto Residential Commercial lit .rllln and mutt Hate the dlscharme ha Administrator de Clerk of Circuit Court HUNTLEY

Phone 284-9789 BOATS I Industrial share of realdenco and poll of- rtonla Non nf the !":.Isle Ot Alice llv. Vivian' II. ohm
Home the. address of tho claimant and M l-ambert Oecad. IVi>utv Clerk
Business Phone 184-9581 Servlnf Greater Clay Cetaty mull b* worn to bv the claim Q'lob.r I 1114.rttanedl. lt.ll LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE
ant. hie aa-ent, or hi. attorney. I Notary Publlo .r It will becom void aceordlncI de lloni. lots GROW! Left GROWt

law Non of Ihs Kelate of \01 ('" OK" Stl K' ._
INLET MARINAMERCVRT Fach creditor hall deliver Allr. M Ijimbert.. Do Sol.Ire I* hereby liven that, - .-- -- -
TV APPLIANCESERVICE I PHONE tufflclent conies of hi* claim to ""'". pursuant to a final drcr** of

Office I84-J481 nuble) thu County Judo to mail _. ....!..:!. ,1. II. It for.rln.ere. enered ,In ,'asae
o m* to each pereonal rpreeullve --- numbered itll In th* ci| nil
Repair AU Brandt OLTROARDSMERCRUISER I Home (84-SISS Court: of Claw CouMv. FlorMa' I' Don Pool'sSELFSERVICE
hated Octf* e 1th 111 .. I will11 the property iltuMeo '
Cia CountyFor \ NARY KTTKU WAHPRN!::- ""UM'T: nOlall ,
Servicing SERVICE Orange Ave S. at Bay St. o CUv Cnuulv. Florida. dcacrlbd -
A. Admlnlatratrlt of the I.U I"'T' rIOHIIII I
Sixteen Yean Green Ceve Spring Relate of Cllffort AndiraonNV NtiTICK' lit HKHKHY UIVKN I tot Nine 111 block. Two (I). COOT LAUNDRY
1648365FULLERTON'S TRAILERS rden. deceased that Ihs ,Juvenile Court Merit .
Dram Park Ph. MRAI >V/IIIIHUK "rmt" i *r
First publication on! lluard fur Clay County, Florida contiB-, ",., thereof r..nr" FatnMtte a flouts, Green Cere
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP October U. IM4 will receive. application for J li ... In PU, flock I. I Pt.;e* T
11-11 II. II II.' ".n.l.I Court Counerlor male orfemitlel cod. S, public record of clayil
Open 14 Rom
Every Day
until November IS lltl.MINIMI .
Cnerr rlnrlde
Hwy. 17 '
Orange Park LKUL 'tOTinG.IN
M lltXIU'lltKMKNr: '
omIN'r.al- In the k'hel and
14 N. Orame Ave. Phone 264-9S3S IN TUB cntcriT coriiT orTHK llradiiate. nf an accretlle.1 red. beat hMder for cash al the front rklleo-Beadls kfeohJnM

Green Cove fcpi*. 1814044I I II Till THE: :KUUITII CIRCUIT: JCD1l1ALCIRCUIT COVKT O1T ClllCl'IT Kurimi 1rm.:Ji'inciAU: CLAY ,rsrm......lal unl".ul'y raa' work with and .corns.Ilene oara.sn door bnuee of in Ills nr.CUy" (Cnuntv'4'1'. Copies.Court.FUrM ,. Double Lea.si. ISe -11-Lb. II..,.. Leadei litnarr'Drr.

I 'N . nr equivalent, perlrnco' ,
IN AND XM CLATCOUNTY : '. Mtw.n lie AM and .*.
Iteeidrnl of ttut of Florida.
Ace II It Ability to mel and l
I Antique Used 9tilrnitunCt1tEY'S NO lull HAVIMJ8 HANK A l I." EVERYBODY WELCOME!
BOU1H UHUUK.L.YN SAVINGS KINGS Cor.NTV. a corporation, deal with people. Hillary ...... .. (Court ....n!
rUlntlff.' 5,1 Ir..1 .11..41\ Inlerelew 1"1'1 t ,.,,".tll'.1I
BANK, a corporation I'I* nUtL '

D. Morris OENK ALLBN'I'OKTKII; and JAMES IRWIN'TKHTON:- and required All:/ onolicllona| must b* on Clerk Pv VlvUn,of, Circuit It ...c'.url.hlft. .. --
1.11.IIioWTlIN\: TKHTVlN: his TRADERS I JKANKTTK: : MAItIK!: I'VHTII.II. enutv 'I.rk I
noRm wife and CONHTAM/K: JOAn Hoard al I' O. taa III OreenCo U.1t ,
Florida Distributor I hit wlf. UrUndania. TttfTON -CAIIK." furmrrly >'.' Murlnaa KlurM not I Isle, --I
Con Springs
Green' holly or niT known aa Cli.NHTANCH than Norembor K I.4I at I:tllutenil NEW AND
IS E. Palmer St. Tel SS4-U8I All Milk TO; 0.". Allen Porter. and. JOAN TB T1>.Nl ..'" II "
Jersey I Jeanttt Man Porter II. wit > renda.ntiNOTItW Cnuil Merit tlnurd, I I '
Antiques /. orange Arena Iteeldenc I'd known Of HI IT Cla 1'"Mnl'I.rld" '

Tel IItIUtI For I You U.n. Alit Porter andJeanelle TO: Jamee Irwin Tube sad l..... IS. II.*, ItNolle USED CARS
Marl Purl,. hi* Wile,
Lila Newton Tealon. hi .
Oranire I Park are hreby notified that a earn. lrooperfillcTS3US.
II7S Nary I1usd,
BUndlnc Road Tel 164-61.7 NOME DELIVERYCALL plaint to torwlui* a cWlalBmortcMt UllllnHton, Tnneer* la hereby lven that I
rrlbed real e l(properly lie follow'to-wlt nil ;0 You Jame Irmln Teeton, am Ihs. ;Plat 1 Cuunly! lUinlna* Comni.e.plon Van NESS DUICK-PONTIAC Inc.
Lit Newton Te.ton, his wife,
; 64-949 or 2I4-J18I L_nt Thirty lltl. flock hums will( hold a "',"blk! llearln- ,
Blending Coma Rd. 11) MKAHOWHHOUK.. I'lilt Icordln are hereby notified that a complaint ea Thur>l*>. November e, IMI. \ ... Green Cave prints

TeL 771-89Z4 *<- Hook '.0II.. pass.' recorded II and II InPUt t** aif foretlooo the following a etrUInmortxa d.'- itounlt at ace tViiniiilelun.ho.P. .C'hambera M_ In tat. When A letter Deal .. Made Van Ne Wlfl Make "IHTOI' !

WI TRADE IN ANTTHINa UPHOLSTERLVODAXLEY'STRIMSHOP I of Ih. cirrent publln record ol scribed Kla-ht: property III. lii.M-k towiltlot Thre the Clay County Courlhuuee, I.
I Cloy Bounty. Florid lumen 'on. HprikM. Florida; forth I IX
Vnlt I
til. MKAHOWIlliuuK.
OF VALUE ha been. filed nialnei you and nurpoM of hearina" objeilloni

I .you.n. are a COPY hereby of your required answer .r toplecdlnir arcordin.flat Itook lo 1, ages plat recorded 1 and I ofIh In It* :ureernt If any Asrloiiltur, lo reeonlna-I Bun from* InItecidential SEE AND DRIVE THE '

ACCOUNTING1ED |u the complaint *>n I". ('oust* publl!. record of Clay ",' ,UlC Hone Ikefullale 65
Dlilntirf llornen. Mark *. deal riled I ploliert
Complete Ante Furniture L'phobterlnf tal...*.' Korivth Mtreet.. 'Jrk pop are kereby required la UK, being bou,4rd.
ACCOUNTING onvllle.. Klorld. and file the servo a tony of your anewer or h Ik., tort
1400 W. Idlewlld Ave. orlnlnul sawn or tilndlna: In Wading. t* tk,. complalat oa j'khic..r ::. ../rl, on Ik* n... II...... Dlm4 Mao
the Plalntlfr atlorneje, ".rk.,
the Offlc. of the Clerk of I lb. North Meet br Ihntor C
AND Ph. M.JSOS Circuit Court In and foe Clay Ural''al.... Conroy Uibha I l.k. l>rlv' '', on Ihs North' Ik .. Jai ........ GCI .
III East F.rerUIr... .
', Jack.onvllle .
Green Cove Florida before Kaat kt Murray "rive, an4
County, riorld on nr -
'rorida. and file th. --=-
the Sib day of November IM41C on Ih* Met by '
Free Estimates: laIrm.stbe t tI orla-lnal anawar or pleadlnf In lakeAll .
411 Walnat 8t GCS. You fall to da a
the Clerk
IMflpo of Ik .l Ike' .I..r..1
paella 101.,..,
will taken malm I in and
default be
vrf.p I Circuit Court ,. and for Clay
TeL 114.6721Perbuna1i21d Pick-up Delivery you for the relief demanded County, Florida" befurelime Pen skull hv a* .
on or
Services Handle Any and AU of Tout the be KuMlihed comnlalnu bare This each notlo...k shall fur Ilk dr of No. IMI. If yo* lo lie., heard aaN/ Ism..aplar.

InAccounting UphoUtery Need.1IIAROLD four roniervllv weeki In Ike fall lo do ao Judanitnl ky default PLAY COI'NTT
will b
aialnet you KltNINll COMMIKMI Tire Service
BAXLEY Clan ruuntr CrewM.IHtNK for the relief demanded thecomplaint. Cotney

Ifrturns Owner Upholsterer SI yra.EDWLN Green Core ...rlft... Clay 'oiin.. oubllahed. once This seek Smiles week shall for b. IM /1: 11 IMt... CkaimeaKOTII '
'1'. Florida, Ihl* Ilk day of oc.'ob.r.
Per BAXLEY Par.OKOROs. Cla four roneerullve week. ,la the (sr. Park A Kim JatksonvHIePtMMl '
County OreorontHONK 1C UK SILO
BuxineM Firms & Son and Upholsterer 4 ,,.. .. CARI.IBLK.Clerk. . AM OHhRIIRD" : al TO TilE rtHUcfureuanl ;

IndividualsRotaryFnblic C. A. HUMMEL ,.C.uiiiy Ctreiilt, Court.Clav riorld, *. Orson Co*. ".rl"'.. Clay Cuny > I. Ik* royllnt of ) IV .8111 o' EV 1.""
| riorMa, tale Ill dr *f CH- Chspcr 111/.. Artt of th* I...
Upholsterer I ,,..' hilt VIVIAN i.... it. tt. n lobs; Illl. I r ..,.,...... ..... lae ..ndr.''..e4PHicrlff '
IraI.XIUIK(/ as of Clay ("'...1", did. When 'leivlnf a pirkid position/
( U CAR MIL". on Ihs. Ittk day ef Meptemptr,
Clerk< ('I,..." CeiurtOar ,.... |mp.*nd Iwo ...41 of mile' en I ttrttt or Wffiwiy look TIREftF.

ro...1'. Florida unmarked. sad pnler...... but back to determine hit' I '
Sri Vivian II anhm ._,t.... .e ,.11..., (' "It .(ArrlSO
I..p. n. ||. |tIN 4'.. Mark bull. yearllnc' ap- Ml to move Into tM traffic :

",."", .1.1, t ran old **don pitttra Drivers who 'for- KKTrtCADINO
CLASSIFIED ADS llakl brown cow ap.proslmol.ly movt I
Till ClJt'HT or. TUB t or T yeor old.Ih ward Mi trifle without look. I
('OI'NT.I1'I..U:. ( ..I eeld llveoloek RIPAIRIVGrros '
COI'NTV. "'MIU'<,,, la*Ike pax ere of U Ik Impw* ftkeriffMutb oded < "Inf back and lifiullnf' titqutntly -

,IN! re le1.1..f IN rHollATK.\ : of tome Ce.. vprlna ,. hit I" Mcomlrn tit .... ....1''"& to (h. IARnUT'm.trUllltor !
Clay .
County Florid '
LKWI K. 'C''MON'' ._...... The ownor of sass Iln.lrl or Ire truck by 6 vehkfo tlllt

TO AU. CHKHITOIIII" ANDrKKMONS -'h' o paw I* nkotowa. ekall I Cinrot mold I collrikm.. Miller Tin*.} AutoHto lUtterltt
fca.. tk* rlakl la redeem ike. lid
01 RENT: Nice S bedroom FOR RENTS AttracUve: I ked ANSOlTHCINGl' AOAINarr SAID KM.TATK : .am* wllkl. ten dar. hose Ik* I

sloe. newly &low...... boos fwnlahed. C..- Is '.1. at publication ., Ikl. *ell .
room MRS. CIIARLENE JONES You and ....11 of you are kere.y ...e by parlss1.. ebarpa I., I
.4 OBI air eoadlUonod. Cn- notified and required ,* ,r.. lmpvdlaand, '' - ---- '- MUOKANOK
naa.nsbilargryani. letely now aa aelkorted Ment foe ( *'IIM' M d
seal *ay dabs sad demand ........" and Ik.
.. anrfs farnlsked.\ CaD Penh trally toeated. 118 Bay Street. FASHION ..aoc.'. In*.. sad kirk rat ., either of pea. may a..".,'.**..., and same by Imenedl.iel of Ibis. VOTEHUNTLEY : I'AIIK

Forma 'U-IIII. t'U. For Information ,hone 184M18. tke MASON SHOES. SIM win hare. Hednrand anlnat.Ike/.eetale' '/.of late i .wteB. of '. romovtoa Ik. name crew

,." tie taU at ye.r ..... st yoer eonvevnleaM said' 1'...", ,. ike Count. r J..d.. Mkla I.srl.ry blailal sad) p.Mip._,....Ike. .* Hinrlalr KlAlton UOl,1 l Service
nENTloN of tar County, florid at bye
PARENTS! Dekr If Iko oooer tails /. redeem.
to show yen few offleo |. |k* rourl Mel of HidCoonly .k.. ** .
e1 a MB between Ike LEGAL nencsiMOTKH eoaipleis, attractive. ....,bIaI at llreen (ore ."rlii..i, la elated m* wltbloj Ikea Ik tk**uad.relaaed llm. Sara LEGISLATURE: tit u. t. itttkwsr if r..... ..U&IIn

C.. ., II aid riorld. still' .q 141 who Is l.- aid 14-0 GROW
a.. of asklona. a4 a tarfeorlrcUo from the Ilex ., the alas k. al ..111.| .. ale before ,...

W I. MteUa,. It a*, eaU or MTKTIO row ToArrLY of high gully ....1 T.final. publlrallon eeiple. of art of Ikl. .1.*'..1...or... Casey*>.ifc from door ., lbs Oy - 1_._._.- -- _-_.- __

.-,-t.. Wlboa .! tl4-tS84. ('"" ",11: or AMK for anon, WOSMS said ekttdres" ,demand shell ke ,. wrltloa. **d "...1***.Cowl......H.oee.... ea 0.lsle M......110'
-- -- TO WHOM IT MAT OUMCKKM' ; ....11| elate the pier of ,NN.er.sS loll *
XCTRONIC SplMt Orissv sad toIJ.ora I..._ tke very Barrow to Ik4 Poe offlre addreoo ., Ihs. 5, 'I' Au! A between tk* heft
Off ford McCall. Sr.Nolle rial meal, and shall .... loky sad lru U IJ>. '
I I", wile hlcfcoM.. *od koo 1 bidder Color TVUULTRA.
laatrmmeat. very f.f Mel. 65 H
ItttVnt eons .a barely ,I".. that Ik* the rlalml.' hat **.... ofIlifiiev Jabs New
lieu. ftflliat for ".It. raN .aderelaraed wkoeereoidenv CALL NOW for l.fom.Uo.l .*d ....-....*ole4 Irs ....rt"r. Nsr6
., '
tf.lt himfe dollar adrk
tAke sea
IU-Istl ... III)*. la I. ,... OUy Brocklra of KereteaeHeiitkt GREEN: COVE 884-8888. .. film or dejud *>o|a*. I....

*. Con at y ei Clay. male Sale FeeUwe every .wofttkl filed kill ke raidAN51a
l-Stf of Ulead* apply I* "' nrriMnwrtdmlnitr 1. IN TOSS Mlln',,, tv"'IIT Opcl -
sat .f-: d a* II Ik.* r .rtk .i.f .f Ik
01 RENT-.CMvenlenlly t.. jadlatej Clrrvll I* a ad for Clay ". 0'. of .eerie. K.ltedejioo.4 ;. .r'll/ hr/n.::::: ,

,..I'd c.y. at kle .fflas Ike D.- doeooaodr (vM/NTvrindi. .A. COLOR
gang* apt ,.,...... yet County \.rt.: .ae. al 11.11 *.N REWARD *| pklmllo firloWr It j, ,
rail !'.2111 after $121/. .'clork A..... ON the till day ofNeroexte 1111. aartTUNRITATIaSANK. ,
*. A. U ..... or .. .*..1 lilt It. ...* Ia0TO A C-......_. TELEVISION
>R tAU. Ikereorter a. k* mt k .**...1 YV1lw Pla50wf.ARL .
OW MM.o .... for a order ekangia bia i aaexe ..... IpiU (>ocTrwr. aato .
$ _,.. Mw.lL. Jr.t or ediaoil ( "AIlIiIO'-"lIftC'flr" ,
: tewtrined tom a 'lIf'er'
1m." .. "
.... aaM IAN I* ketedy .leo* Ut .,
(hies Cllff.fd Cbspwaa byw11rb
>.., ko peen CaD S84-U7L Per..*.. I* ril |ur.* t
kll__.._ I. .INI /b.fan.' I. Ovaa,e Park aM Ito.y foroeloow* *.,.... laa .... eo11Morifh J t c
1942.8k .*>bfo. /llaa Ibo ClreollCrt ?NM
DATKU al I..II\lfU.. UctooM'Tier.Ida ....., ATM Salawdsy, 0eMM of Clay (..." .'.....*. \ "AT. or P14,5IDAML
tklai I Ilk day l
)R WTl 8 kodroos. ...... A. IX !.... 14. ...... CO-4M44. l8- I oil) pell |b* .rp*elr *....,..dI : NUIfttf fMyplrylUN
nllabedNf 0**r*. Clifford MeCall I,. p nap Coooty, florid, deorrib* P.Iha a Ill
Ieb.st Call ,... .d '
a 0. ....
'"17. ..IU'V.II fwtltlveweBetty \aM it hlmb t rtXitii: 9N.i k.f'N 'NI .
Le Csaseaaa. ..,.,., I'MtT OKU. *a.ordioo-, pUIIkoeoof N/I la bad .r.-"Ie.! :
.... sad In.nS.Pe11II.a. Ire Sash f'.f/. Mlrr. =: pap
RCNYi ""! roMTded fVel 1U s1
>...... .
) spe,. CARD OF THAMES t pe.e It sod INOae II .. Nbar. ,. N IN UtllAXD
ftly....... I" rentsR Edward m. ...,,,-... If.Alle p liereeerd* of nr C*>ooif. 50N.4 awl s.d b./ pat SMa
..v foe relitlerJ I wfeli U tiprose my Ufcejtta .,..,.... 1ase. g.Ia1 L ::
.. ,...... eoe... l a.et Ada** eire4MkooavllUw *t ..'1'" .... .. Ik* .,..... IN flask p.or
I J Olennaa end the eUltf ;:= :::1. ofsat ,. .. ....
t' .1-1. Uc rwnd 11049Cod. to Dr. **4 asINO.f for .*.. *l Ike .. ark a .p! .Imo.L.0550 .
Ik IL ts. Ho*, I CUy kUwMrUl HoadttoJ for frost nee of IW riot CrVonkoe -.." :*
> la Oeeo Pace.al .w warrr..s//a.p. MHt'' M31' A
RCNTi I le.... arty I their Uadnswe sad MpTtOaMmj fe .* rVWto. Wlweea. e* P .An L.P. ..

bsw. UrU r kMt a ot, **4 I N p ox, .*> 4oefleia. el s. N/ $ 399.95r'....... YIN.000V'mew-
.f 0nT1.a1N1 .
-. I YORHUNTLEY IurtIIc twrtod 1144ebolSAA : was o.o no Passe..
lane ...... ,er.Larre .. (. ..U..... =. tr'-:. .. mean ka.e eyes
n-n NnNe'n..o, .... Ie M M 1_. Iwop--.t--:
Yard : :
rive Pre :
Tanks also to &hi frto 4* tI, 1ee M Carttoto Ada..tat "
I (b s. Is -... 5...... I Vrar 1'.1..1 .1'eHor TuU WarranljrXCI wr'IIw;, .
an.. c... 1De"It Ilrtm vtoltod M sad for the 5.w&sClseb, IM /e.NwNl t oe/ ....Me4 N

r. For .kWsmalee ..... LEOISLATORELHM I enany cards and ....... r.Iaq.._.. ......-.. a M.1w p..M of ea/1 sew ..... Ixnv.V .1'AVMK.VT: .NKKOKI: : : "a ';::_' .:t
p/4' 111 -. Mel lMt ..Mz.. .. ,...... ., INN
.......s GRAK2TCRIRLIR A. B. .....,. tar : N ,....... ,
,_.ttla, P1wW. w 1.4
Aas It IfTk Owl /ae.etr Isla.w" : /1. 171 TO 3 YKAHH: TO .I'AY. :::.en.$10505

' = rleew, ----.. Nar 5 := :::

I l: : : : ]I ...e.ae*.kUord o* (no of r f._.o..,.fV"matte.'"..*. t. "i1, w uunlT.M. ////r row cotjon TV -- .....--ft4IO... -.........
AREA | rnouHKUJNO fltl.I.IIlTn.v.1:
BUSINESS I RECORYI ,0 _.. he Ie ,. NNas of .. .
ia. Class of Ibo CI' .s C.,0 ; .:=:/ '1

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' ' watt _.. ,a 04os IMIeM A....If Iva.ome IwaOmwl. ...'hsll'N""':. o..wSP" ...,.Md : AMI HKKVICiNU: COIHI.VCK ./>U ONLY. . ? .

rat'" r1..ae flat /N a5. r..l.s.as. .' '!If
perJs : iftvj
fQ9TllltgO F E Ixft'irlepTAUERJCU sad Maas lalf.. ...... ,(-. ...11 INsrwlnP I -
fanw L Itdt. 5M .. t 449.95
Issm ee weed .I.* vase'I I I tins f/M/Jol... 4 IS.'I, &nlre .:.J.J.,....
PKARXACTIpttea AIR BADE riitunitEE co. .55..m.asS o*****> **P ->.1.i I IUo M. F wryr'N""Mw

..... ....... .5e. awn.. haaa **4 |** fee ....., .1.1 ILvitak, Cp" fllUr .'tlrt A"

:aw. .. ... omcE scmr enK mn'.1M.Mssatp.NM !t ... ...,., Il L IL IIaSNO /
aerrtM r.,..... .... -- PwefM - ._ ._
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4 t.IN M.wl.pMA. rrr"tr7Ft W .......... ,
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Jtw h. o..r
Coeausca rpc. i --e.M 1101I 2.1.71 MS+N'vr. INtt/1+r1o Cousl

Jwb..1f. rrYRAOUtl ,...1. M11.mtl00 ;at.0M/;"' .All. r9.f. / _... .. ......
4 .
elfeo a- Nastwal I sVOfftw .. Sek -..4 skn-- e'I.o".e.N'w i
I ,5s.." IbIs. ..... a4 ......
I llaapbs ..aidtlsa M 4-- .. -
tearaJteadll ton ,0 M.. Hasp d 055ne ';C.:
Fq /
OtnnOsaflKs .
Fuo.abbn, e4 0ant.SWaturyr i i Ie e.1w f1.. w. ...
I .. . w 11.,10 .... ..
I a.aw of
? for Trawl Los e4 Oreeefkf NUNTLEYLEOIILATCEI ... I pass 01
tied Ttsllfv. laai. FMlaatead i 1 //1 w r p.am. :. -=
...... El1ii OkNeWIMf I ... 05 -5co5q ,. New', .....

.".. Mat E..mN ..... I ..:.. f ......." 19et..

i FTTJ4 J ann WrStlf MOrI.& Iw"Ii9 Fwt SI, JNRr..4t ...<. GROW nun! IU..... 4i .. c_ Omam.o roes rHon IU.NdTIICRspAY

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PAGE EIGHT Clay Eounty( (!lttcsc d THURSDAY OCTOBER 19, 1 .4LECAL.

KOTICR' if SOI lauar fe.t. Sponge crabs camouflage I!I REPUBUCAN RALLY I A fisherman may use a
The Clay County Board of Pub.
I lie Instruction r..n.. and retain themselves by planting living MONDAY NIGHT bream for bait with his rod
ADVRNTISKMBNT FOR BUM I the hosting system and allnlumniflK their Marine- line but
'Healed bid. will b. received by and electrical flaturesto sponges on backs I The Clay County Republicans and reel or pole and
ths Board of I'ubllo !Inilructlon the building and th. eight land of Florida reports The will hold a rally on' Monday may not use It for bait on a kl
of offl.o Clay It County the Biiperlmmdent, Klorlda, In un.th. to remove the property earn prior The In Hoard trarmfarof also crabs seem to know that the ; evening November 2. at eight trot line according to the

Ill I 30 A.M. November a 1000for I reerrvei Ih. rUht to reject any sponges aren't rood eating but O'clock at Elks Club Green Game and Fresh Water Fish
Iho *.I1) of th* ah.nd"nedPaul or all bid, and to waive any
) K. Reinhold Junior Hl.hrlthool Informal!!)**. No bid will b. accepted little crabs are.According Cove Springs. Commlwlon.
BulMInK and till.. for a fidufe' I..* than thOctober
Everyone Is Invited to attendCLASSIFIED .
.1(11 appralaed value of
The property t* a very de.U hle
l<..atlon (6)) five blocks Norm IM.HOOOO.CVriif. .
of 111. City Hull In Oran CuvHorlnK ed Chick In the amount to Florida law, ADT VOTE
Florida, and two block. d 1500'dt. maxU r
; boaters not allowed to
< are use
W.et of th. dt John. River between "r *y County HUNTLEY
North Magnolia Avenue litKtrurtlon", muM accompanyraxh sirens or flashing red lightson WANTED buildings removed BIGSAVINGS DURING' # & ff&M&SAVE

Houth North ot Ht Emit John Park Avenue street Th.and 'i* I It.hid.... which a' the shall h i-h booom hi""...*. the ill their boats unless the craft .r demollabedd (War plant LEGISLATURE

property connlnti feet facing of approximately North "Uld bid,"-* ahull Jt lnh bit
lIall'v.. approximately I l. M. Long Phone tSMSOt
merchandise listed In this advertisement
blip' rlnt.nd.nt. EXTRA PLAID STAMP :
4111 fet faclnasNorih HI. John II.U'1
Avenue, nproxlmntely 171.1 .feet -- as AlP' Plaid Stamp-O-Rama la designedto
facing Bam Park Ktr..(, ..on..1.tlnK VOTENUNTIEY
of amiroilmately 160,- VOTE VOTEHUNTLEY encourage Early FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT selections
lea square fret, of variety and quality plus sizable cash savings too -
The main building la train' oon. HUNTLEY ,
ruction throughout. consisting I CLAY fr, Why not tlUr..........-..--...-....-..e.a ....--.--"
ot (II (hr. 'lor I. and approximately .
7.117 u' feat of LEGISLATURELet's LEGISLATURELet's LEGISLATURELet's ill;; several books . :JC.B%........ '
around floor 1 area ilIn".d an"Bn.1( THEATRE QUICKLY* I i it i
one alary brick GROW! CROW! GROW! : "t :
atrucllon boiler room cumulating Green Con Sprlagi Save only IT PLAIDPlaid
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\'L"I| !
Mon. Thru Than 0 for fine gifts I jll !I Itaster. I
Paid Political Ad. Award Winner Previews 7:11 P. M. !22 aai:
Feature 7:41: P.M. '. With this coupon A purchaa. of BI i

Hill's CornerFinally "Super-Itight" Heavy Western Beef :=jj. ffuKFKKlN' .1;
See A Complete Feature As ;!! $1.20 H!;

Late As SZt: F.M. 1! C_.p.ae read .'.. ..._ N.v. i Nt|:
that candidate of "action" has been forced to .sa..teJl.$4 ;
make a move, and when his mentors say "move" there is Matinee FrL 4 P.M. STEAKS I 'jl
motion and action. His signs are going up and ours are Friday I Feature 7 Its: P.M. | .m im. i.m0 .
: : : :
coming down! They have also put together the second political Sat. Sun. 2 P.M. Continuous
platform to.be printed in Clay County Now we uk : E:: .:B"'":" !

you Is there anyone who believes this "action" was not Wed Thun. FrL Your : J ;
forced? Oct tt, It SO Full Cut ROUND Choice |: d\ \\TC1\ PlAID "'

After having to admit they had underestimated the Intelligence June Wilkinson Minute CUBED r ft. 88 C ;' 1U'" STAMPS Ai

and the temper of the people with their campaign THE BELLBOY AND THE Ground ROUND I I

of eloquent illence, now they swing Into a campaign ot"action" PLAYGIRL With, this" coupon It turcha'i* of t
In which they hope to confuse the people with T-BONE Your I R l>rl MuleJnal< t.ua. '
footwork. We declare to you that this candidate of .'..ctlon"ta SIRLOIN Choice 98c : CHUNK TUNA y-fl-00 !!;

unnggreMlve unimaginative, undecisive and will be unable SiU Oct. Jl e. Boneless SIRLOIN TIP Ijl t.Boneleio if c.._.a f..4 skew ..*-, ..*. 1 I I
to repreaent the people of all this county adequatelyIn Sun, Mon. Tuet.CHILDREN TOP ROUND. f' Jan I."'.'' I

Tallahassee Now that he Is on record. In print, wouldn't J
Allgood Breakfast l ; ; !
It be nice !if he would also I speak '

For two years. he has served as County Commissioner I- i it., IAN ALAN HtNOW MOIL; BACON 2 L LB. PKGI 79c ft '-f::. -iiIfiIt' : : : : l
now think I Can you name a single accomplishment he has BARBARA LRRIS'ftI
performed for our County? In all of the "action" pictures DAMNED I I w+a Swift Premium ForkBA6SAUSA6E It d\ft f PLAID .::

and other contrived advertising, never have his mentors JIB,39 1 !" 1'1" Sl &IFS i !
made any claim about hla past accomplishments. Instead ....
in his platform they say what he "will do." ; Capt'n John'i Quick Frozen' :u MilI
Now any who think we exaggerate, we Implore you to I : With this eoupon Ourchue of
vlalt him with "hli" in hand and ark him 1 sue Olt Ia.il Ne.eal.'
platform to
go ; 11.51/
Wesley Manor, the t6lnU homing project for the elderly -' ig Instajit t'ofte. .
explain the things written there After listening to him rafflftifmuSPECIAL
has received an Honor Award from the Fed"lllIo.- ._... ....
c. Reed Ore N." 1
sputter and fume, then decide for yourself if this Is his .. lid II:
log Administration The sward, prevented' br FilA Com ) :: I."'''' :;1ff
handiwork! ( : I
mlaaloner P. N. Browntteln, was for *s perlor, dedgn"The >>
We shall point out only one example of promises madeIn !( 'i Jane ll. : ; ; J
"his" platform which. ahow the type of fuxcy thinking buildings, constructed by Jacksonville Methodist Rime, Nov. 1, t I I' \5,. Parker ....-......-......-.-.....---..
lave were designed by Robert C. Broward, of .Mandarin GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM "":"I( \ . ". ; ,.:\ IHIlib lslillliJN1 .
someone has used In conjuring up these "motherhood-coun '
and Robert A. Warner, of JarksenvDle, Wesley Manor was Starring : Freshly ![:) f
try-educatlon-hlghway" type of promises, which look nice In / ,...."
one of nine recipients of the award out ef approximately. Jack Lemon '. -'-. Baked i PLAID I
$ J .
t print but they Juit don't work! Let us examine the one / toft\' to I
SO* entries
committee said af Wesley Manor _
which says: "Work to secure a Junior College for Clay STAMPS !
that "the interesting"thing, abut the creative jnallt in Wed., Than. A FrUNov. 1, !!

Count the design areas Is that It has been carried through la everydetail 4. I 9 Purr kin Pie I 1
Now Mr, Huntley, don't say we misquoted you this With this oupoa A purchat of i
The Interiors show the same lane of form. ThearchllMtnre WOMAN OF STRAW P
'.. ....
la plank number three u published In the Clay County I:2 a ( f Hemel IS-ea. I
Crescent on October 22nd. Is good and the selection and use af materialsare Starring ;B ('1111.1 With beaiiH 341.UO :
eicellent for the location. The architect has created Gina Ullobriflda and ,
We say to this "action" candidate, do you really MEAN I r.aiM>.. aree4 tkrai fc.a, Her. tJus. I
thatt Wt say to Mr. Huntley, did you think of this by aa environment specifically for elderly people Orients. I Scan Cannery M.b 1 8-Oz. I M IO.SI.MSpecial
lion af muse ef lb. rooms toward the water I. ale The 3 9
yourself or did you hive help If you say you did, then we .landscaping, 1 Is high iaUty..* Kuch C ,. t.J

.sk you do you know how many High Schools! we have '.--....------....-.---.-.-.--.-.
In Clay County? Do you know how many student we r. I.:.: :.:.:H: al
graduate.each year? Do you believe we NEED a Junior I Paid Political Advertisement Special! Plain or Self-Rising I Ik. tag: i i

College? Do you know that Duval County with a populationmore SUNNYFiaD FLOUR 39f fJ.: I PLAID

a Junior than College twenty times that of Clay County does NOT have I VOTE DEMOCRATICALL I Ii iif

Special! All Flavors 1 U gaL Jugs I!! L.
Do you believe that these friendships you have been
quietly making In Democratic Caueauses will enable you to FRUTASTE DRINKS 3 $1 I'jH! With thl?*a.ae"lUtton ee Mere* purrbaM ef alt !l!

get for Clay County what Duval County his been trying to I M ,PRODTCK) : if;
get for years. ? If you DO we wonder what you had to promise THE WAY I;;
I (! Ann Page Cream of IIH-a* cans IU c. aM seed she. a>aw I I

them Juat In one return.more thing, Mr, lIuntlr,. As chairman of MUSHROOM SOUP 2 29;. i. Ja scuts;; i{!
.. ':Rt_l<
board of County Commissioners, his It never come to th'l SUPPORT YOUR c NOMINEES ...._..._._-- ---...-.--, ........
attention that the Junior College located at Palatka ( .
ii iiiii.ii i!iri.
miles from Clay County) U OURS It U part and pared) NATIONAL, STATE a// COUNTY I f' 1> > !
of the Clay County School 8y.tfmlJa this what. you mean In FRESH FRUITS -- VEGETABLES

plank 8 of the cane platform "apply emend common sense i. da&lTl PWD .:
principles of economy and efficiency to government" I Prt'e ill'nl, LYNIM\T B. JOHNSON: I I... S1'A.MPS III

Do you consider) this "a sound program of attainable Wco-I'mfdm.( IIUHKKT: H. IIUMI'IIRKY( I ,. ,- I. : .. !!t. !
goals"? Tell us again Mr Huntley, do you really believe that r' t:4. i Wish this aousoe a psrca... .f :

We eugiest that. If Ur, Hunlley ls M unaware of what flovfrnor HAYDOX[ > HU11XS t'fe'2'. .: 'f. .1 e a C'._ Aay ".... ..... ease ,
II going on In the County from his vaunted position as '.' i t- \ I SFu0.; .". :J-tsW I I II

Chairman of the County Commission, perhaps the people Aide JUDICIAL '. t.._ .... III- ..... III... :
will decide that this type of "experienced proven leadership NOMIXKKS: : .,' 'rv G, ,i ,, J I ..... ie.atae

ablUt," I II something they can do without I
Now consider the Democratic Caucuses which he quiet* ALL CABINET: XOMINKKS: : : ..-.....-.-.--.....----.

ly" attended. (Papers never printed It. Filled with like Torn Adams J lUy K.; Green, ))oylo Conner, J, Edwin: Lanon, IN Eitra Maid Ita... with e...jpo. andflM i r"--. 18t..I.II:.. ..,:
minded Individuals logrolling and back-scratching '
every .. ...
I l "
pvebaw of of kvore I
Karl: Jo'aird th Tom n) Gahe !
body promised a Junior College or more PLAID
The rest of his platform either aays nothing or would I Luscious Golden Rlpt \'" :
fall under close analyliawe
have followed an of hlsH release (paid advertising U. H. Senator Tax Collator BANANAS 3LBS,29f i 1 fi f

I and otherwise) and nowhere has he taken. a position on 8PKSSAW: > I* HOLLAND K.: WA YNt: GEIGER: : i : :.this ...-.::::::....: i
TAXES. He has promised\ ( to "fight tore programs that will Desk -
Washington Red ul i ihM
(1It.-l'OA) .
U. H. of
coat millions, yet alter no way of paying for them. Ishe 1t\'lln'tI'lItalh'I| Supt. Registration
I J), H. ( MATTI1KW8( : U H U-wia WILSON APPLES 2 IBS 29t <- 0 a_
1 I for deficit spending at the elate level or would he raise Hilly) ( ) I L.aLa1 I

taxes Or, perhaps, even apply to his political! godfather State dilator Sheriff

C Lyndon to put us on the poverty dolt? Then he calls himself CIIAULKY: K:, JOHNS' O. JKNNINGS: MUURIIK1-: : Ftrra RipeTOMATOES 1.._____...._...._. ...-....--_
a "oonaervaUvVIWe
have ben asked bow can WE help Clay County U State Kfpirm'titative\ Tax AtHcanor . CARTON 19? '

elected This we consider a fair question and our ewer ls LOUIS I. HUNTLEY LOUISE) 0. SMITH EXTRA PLAID STAMPS'
by watching closely for togrolM back-scratched legislation
Clerk Circuit (Court PuMio Inatructionn Juicy FloridaGRAPEFRUIT.
1 and exposing tt for what It really'let For t..mbe Junior Supt wish Fwraaoa W Uf h ., UM FotaavtagISO
t: College program. W. would demand all legislative) pr> QKOUQK: : I. CARLISLK' : JESSE P. TYN}.$, JIL 5 IB. BAG 39? COCTONS KtCtSSART'IN

eeea take plan la the open and hOt be done by hidden County Judge Small (Claim Court Jutige as.aa.but sea

Commute passing on things that have been previously decided THOMAS. RIVERS: JAMES T. NORTONDiitrict Johnson Klfar IIJ
by caurauaN (back room or otherwise

We would.. the eonarterwe of the legislature. Vfe would l'U) .COMMISSION HALLOWEEN' CANDY Ksira 11 JoLnaon'i j'1rrlge-KV-
J loudly declare that Clay County expects nothing It U not entitle -
: 1. lather:. (Cooler Wilson
to and at the same time UU them we win hotter "Folk 50 KXTBA STAMPS
i *,t" U they act differently I II District 3. Marvin Ones
'I I!. During the final days of this campaign we will bespeaking District. 5.Diitrict L II. (Lanny) Lancaster .t 100 ct, t IU. CVi OL hag 604 With Furchaae' rf Eaai! UM TiOirt**

, at every eroaaroad and shopping center In the H .*- ....
t t County.. We win be attacking. this first Democratic platform JU8TICK: OP TUB: : } WORTHMORK: SPICK DROI-S Our Own Tea ._.:....-.. a3c

for what It lays u well u for ..hat" doMnW.. ask 1. WiKIa T. RuM4fU 3k
Handuit 1111.11 H .ire
: UK og
per Ann Pair Barbecue Saore
any group that ls Interested In having this "aUon1 platform
( dlc-ua ed. to call us and arrange time. Di.tricl 2. Archie Patlxrlt, Jr. N.ICtf1.f -- ....
to our dosing thought to the people' about Ue benefits. Diitrirt 3. Calvin A.'Oliver SLIM JIMS AaaortcU Flavors Ratty Crocker Pancake Mil. X*

of a the party system. In our county wt say ALREADY you' District: 4. Roy ChanlKn 100 d. 15 <*. U, 45cTHRKK .-.-3yc

bav.' teen a man become an "artlon" candidate) who has District ft. John R. HaUDiatrict Ann Page Rlarkberry. ,Jelly: ?
I i consistently for two years blandly Ignored the eut
the requeatt of the people. The common anise approach that l'ONRT.\nU 30 rt, 1 lho bag 59t Mum. Cream ))rouoraDt1',1 1kr:

a Man tries birder when be knows that he can b* rtplMwd, ) 1. James KtDUtrict ... a- Peen se* -
will result la diligence end attention to duty by att off" .-" Fipaihettil..1e1 :.3.t
holders. Several violation of eUdloa .laws. haw alrvady b*.* :. Carl Mo.IryDialrJct

brought to light This prom the (attary *f not having someone 3. Irving Padprtt" lie Pdlbw
wskh the man who la watching the ..... During the )District. R. I). Curnlnjtham w......as ..r ne ,...... M .... oU .Lat 1ft IMd IrII

Republican Party WILL I C watching. i) (.day.%saN e I
comlag years, your DUlrUt, 9L Hrnry ItohaunoQ S
the man who U watching the store. We tied YOm help. Ill X Oraag Am, Ge *. Or* ft.*..*
B'f ask to go to the pone aM prove that the people ARE Oraa Foes

I' ready! for Two Party Oowernmesitl. COMMITTEEj j I



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5 BOTICKADtEHTISRMKNT 5 nf goo( quart feet Sponge, crabs camouflage I REPUBLICAN RALLY I A fisherman may use a
The Clay County Board ot Pub.
I lie Instruction reserve and retina themselves by planting living MONDAY'MGIIT bream for bait with his rod

Healed bid will: b. FOR received BID bjr the he and>atlner electrical system fixture and ellhlumhmg sponges on their backs Marine- The Clay County Republicans and reel or pole and line but

the Board I. Public Instruction In the bulldlnc and the right land of Florida reports The I will hold a rally on Monday may not use It for bait on a

office of .flax It County the Buperlntendenl Florida, In un.the of to remove the property came.prior The to Board transfer also crabs seem to know that the evening, November 2, at eight trot line, according to the

Ill I 10 A.M. November D. 1144for t reeervei. the. right to reject any sponges aren't good eating, but o'clock at Elks Club, Green Game and Fresh Water Fish
the aale of the abandonedPaul or all bide and to waive any.
E. Reinhold Junior High Informlltlee. No bid will be accepted little crabs are. Cove Springs. Commission.
Hthool Bulldlnx and mite, for ft figure lei than thelrloh.r Everyone U Invited to attend
( 1K64 appraised value of _
The property tn a very de.lrakle"
location (0)) five block. Norm II'.IOO.On.)
or the City Hull In Ureen Ouve A I.rtt.d: Chick In the amount According to Florida law, VOTE
it* l t00OD, made to'C'ar CLASSIFIED ADS
Knrlnxi Florida and two blocks rlaf.b"I:
boaters allowed
not to use
Went of the 81! John River between County HUNTLEY
North Magnolia Avenue. Ino'rllrllon." muM accompany. sirens or flashing red lights WANTEPt S buildings removed I F l f l 1 r
North 8t John. Avenue and each bid which shell become the'to
Bouth of Paul Park Htreet Thlpro.I h" o' the "'-h hMder All on their boats unless the craft or dernolUfacdd (rt-ar plant! LEGISLATURE

,100 consists feet farinaNorth of epproilmatelr bid Ulrt shell Kulnhold be sealed Pro"or.and,,"marked happens to be a police or fire site), Make offer for one or alL Lei's GROW! SAVE PLAID STAMPS FASTER with the purchase of theEX'I'RA
| Marlorle M Lang boat. Phone IJ4-J50. l'
Magnolia Avenue approximately I! -t9p .
420 feet f.cln..Norlh. Ht Johns 1 Sure rlnlendtnt 55 PLAID STAMP merchandise: listed In this advertisement
Avenue, aunronlmjitelr 171 I fort -- ; aa A*P'. Plaid 8Ump-O-R is designedto
facing Baal Park Street, con.
.1.Unlt of approximately UO1M ,- VOTE VOTE VOTEHUNTLEY encourage Early FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT selections
anuare '''.1. 7 5 of variety and quality-plus sieable cash savings too -
The main building I. tram enntrurtlon NU NTLEY HUNTLEY p

.of II) three. throughout morlen and romtUtlnir approiImalely I CLAY tti Why not rillr......_.-....--.-..........--......I
7117 square feet of LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE LEGISLATURE )j1 several boob 1JI'aa..H '
around floor area with an attached i' i t
'j Let's GROW! Lft's GROW! THEATRE i
one mory brick Let's GROW! SQUICKLYIy li PLAIDt
ruction boiler room oonnlillntf Green Cere Springs .. I l i A. _t:
.:.'.,.. ;, Plaid Stamps ;5 I
Mon. Thru Than. \\,,::.::::_=.:WpLAID for fine lifts to ) STAMPS II.t
Paid Political Ad. Previews\ 7:10: P. M.
Award WinnerWealey hawse faster : :
; Feature IMS P.M. : With list, coupon A pvrcbaae of I

Hill's CornerFinally See A Complete Feature As "Super-Right" Heavy Western BeefSTEAKS I e Bet'l FF1.H1N'* e f:100UL $1.29 a!

Late As 1.10 P.M. c.._. .-dbra S.s. i i1a.
that candidate of "action" has been forced to f'.. .. 1'.1'''' -'Mi I Ixe

make a move, and when his mentors say "move" there Is Matinee FrL 4 P.1\1. '
motion and action. His signs! are going- up and ours are Friday t Features 7 A 1:45: P.M. !! 9C'41 : !!: !

coming down! They have also put together !the second political Sat. Sun. I P.M. Continuous '
platform Lobe. printed In Clay County Now we ask ,' Fri. :I : 31MMaH: :: !
you is there anyone who believes this "actlon" was not Wed, Thun. Tour' .t
forced? Oct. SI, 21 A 30 e Full Cut ROUND Choice iT1 dt1dt<< PLAID a:i

After having to admit they bad underestimated the In. June Wilkinson e Minute CUBED Ln. 8Sc I. STAMPS ft i

telligence and the temper of the people with their campaignof THE BELLBOY AND THE 0 Ground ROUND :ew j:,

eloquent silence, now they swing Into a campaign of PLAYGIRL With thU eeupon purchaee of i i
"action" in which they hope to confuse the people with e T-BONE Tour I'; IWI Masse Litbe ,_ .esa I

footwork We declare to you that this candidate of "action" e SIRLOIN Choice 98c : CIILNK' : TUNA .. .HfLUU 9:

la unaggresulve, unimaginative, undecisive and will be un Sat.. Oct. SI 0 Boneless SIRLOIN TIP LB t5,,. Fed t.r. !..., '... 1 C:;!
able to represent the people of all this county adequatelyIn San Mon. Tan.t S Boneless TOP ItoVND' 1!! ..... ........ UJI:

Tallahassee, Now that he U on record In print, wouldn'tit AUgood Breakfast l MelHJCa X'aV'H'XSliiSS 81'

be nice if he would also speak t For two years he has served as County Commissioner k a / IAN BADELI BACON 2LB.PK6 19 = HIXa-1I'
It. jUUIII i iit
now think I Can you name a single accomplishment he tint .' J. BARBARA "ERRIS'ag.
performed for our County T In all of the "action" pictures w+eI Swift Premium Pork t + PLAID ;:

and other contrived advertising1, never have his mentors 'I'' i iI
BAG SAUSAGE LB139 iM s'ra irsC.pt'n ,
made any claim about his past accomplishments. Instead ...
in his platform they aay what tie "will do," I :
John's Quick Frozen i( It
Now any who think we exaggerate, we Implore you togo it! With this coupon a purchase. of !
visit him with "his" platform in hand and ask him to PERCH FILLETS 1 ILB.PKG 39 :"" au. 0" La..t ....f. tOII
? 'J.O. )
explain the thing written there, After listening to him Manor, the tei-anlt housing project for the elderly < I:: lUlitlijlt Cofh'e : !i iIt.
has received an Honor Award from the Federal Homing ... ... .... .
N C. n. IV."
sputter and fume, then decide for yourself if this Is his > S r =5 .. I
Admlnhtrstlon. The sward, presented by FIIA Com SPECIAL I It. "n. '.It. ,1
handiwork I :
mlMloner P. N. Browniteln, was for "superior design."
We shall point out only one example of promises madeIn Jane L !!! ; J
"his" platform which show the type of fussy thinking The buildings, constructed by JsckoonvlUe Methodist Home Nov. 1, S A Jho. y I ParkorFrenlily r.---.....-.....--..............
., were designed by Robert C. Browsrd. of .Mandarin, GOOD NEIGHBOR SAM ,
: :.: .:. :.:
someone has used In conjuring up these e'motherhood-eountryeducauon.highway" i i
and Robert A. Warner, of Jacksonville. Wesley Manor was Starring :
type of promises! which look nice In
one ef nine recipients of the award ant of approximately Jack Lemon ?- ?*\<$* Halved i dtA tTcL PLAID 'f
t print but they Iud don't work! Let us examine the one %
ZOO entries. The award commltu. said ef Wesley Manor
which aays: "Work to secure a Junior College for Clay ii 1'P STAMPS
that "the Interesting thing about the creative enallty In Wed. Than. FrL : :

Count the dealt areas Is thai U.has been carried through la every N,.. 4, I 1detail. Pie
Now Mr Huntley, don't sty we misquoted you thisIs Pumpkin I With this C1..poa" purcll..t.f t
no Interiors show the saute ef form. n.'OMA'f OF STRAW
plank number three as published In the Clay County sente M a C'._ lleneel lam... I:
architecture Is goad and the selection and we .1 materials Stirring
beans $1.00
Crescent on October 22nd (CHILI with
are excellent for the location. The architect has createdaa and I'J
We aay to this "action" candidate, do you really MEAN Gina re>.ae/a steed I are '...._ "... tIlk. il ilI
thatt We aay to )Ir, Huntley, did you think of this by environment ipetlttcitly\! for elderly,, people. Orientation Seas'. Cannery. J. .u.I. 8-0/ Ii "... roJl.d
of Mm 01 the rooms toward the water b alee. The 39 [
yourself or cUd you have help If you say you did, then we
ask you do you know how many High Schools we have landscaping Is high (..Ut- Kach; .... !:. !!!.. ;! ..

In Clay County? Do you know how many students wi I>IT1g:11aHl1: : :
graduate >each year? Do you believe we NEED a Junior Paid! Political Advertisement Special: Plain or Self-Rlaing bag: fF t11

College Do you know that Duval County with a populationmore SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 1139 xtTa\ PLAID ;
than twenty times that of Clay County does NOT havea f. iiiIIIptelan
All Flans t ..L Jugs i 1:1
believe that these friendships have been
you you I
i!! With this '... *!!I
quietly making In Democratic Caucausea will enable you to FRUTASTE DRINKS 113 $1' tIa. ;

get for Clay County whit Duval County ha been trying to I : I' hw.n.f( J.: '
get for years? If you DO, we wonder what you had to promise THE WAY ';1 ,
Special! Ann Pate Cream : r..e s J 1

them Just In one return more thing, Mr. Huntley, As chairman of MUSHROOM P'I 112':29t: |il|:: ;; : !

board of County Commissioners, has It never come to )'t.h'l SUPPORT YOUR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES I ....._.-- ---- --_.--- -_......
attention that the Junior College located at Palatka ( .
i iiii iii i i:
miles from Clay County) Is OURS? It ls part and .V4TIOV4L, STATi and COVXTY FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES r. l li.
of the Clay County Srhooll5).temlll I this what. you mean In -

plank of the same platform, "apply sound common sense
t principle of economy and efficiency to ronrnm'nt"f'Do President LYNIX( n. JOHXRO.V i icc.lr.ltt..ut i. STAMPS .i

\ you consider this "a sound program of attainable I : ,,.
\ (
goals" Tell us again Mr.Huntley. do you really believe that. with this roapoK A ,.rcll... .fa

We aucgeat that If Mr. Huntley Is so unaware of whatIs Governor1iAYUOY IUJHX8 t tl I'.- ".r rt...r IO-.a. mil I

going on In the County from his vaunted position as t i SKOO: .. ;.t-sfo: Ii Iitl I 1

Chairman of the County Commission perhaps the people JUDICIAL \y ,1' ekes m, e ( t
will decide that t.hJan1I of "experienced proven leadership ALL XOMIXKKS: : fALL h. ,.. 1 !
: = = : : ;
ability" la something they can do without! 'jr :

Now consider. Democratic Caucuses which he quiet CA1UXKT: XOMIXKKS: : ::::....---................:.....:
ly" attended Papers never printed U) Filled with like- aidp.reha r. :.%.:.1.:.:... .
Tom Adams, Ray K.: Oroen, Doyle Conner, J. Edwin Lnraon, IN Extra Plaid Step with eocpoa !
minded Individuals, logrolling and back-acratehtag .
everybody '
.... U PrMuco.Luactoua .
of $
Karl: Fairctoth Tom D.I a 1
promised a Junior College or moreTIM Bailey I r..Iwe PlAID

rest of his platform either aye nothing or would Golden Rip .,,-tIt8lAIIPS
fall under close analysis I
We have followed an of "his" releasea (paid advertising a Senator Tax Collector BANANAS I . I I 3LBS,29< I
and otherwise and nowhere bat he taken a petition on I Wit, tll;. msma a D..NM if<<
8PKSSAUI: ) U 1I01.LANU H: WA YNt: GEIGER: : ..._.. ..... 1'- ... ;
TAXi: He has promised to "fight for f'Ornmehat will DrtlcknM
U H. Hcin, > 'iitavp of UUH'OAT .9tIc
millions, often of foe t.heIIII | iK Supt. i
coat yet no way paying '
1 he for deficit spending at. the state level or would be raise I). U. (Hilly) MATTllKWS: K.: (Lcwis)11'II.SON) APPLES II . 12 LBS 29? C'__ ..= LJLN" .... 1 I

taxes? Or. perhaps even apply to his political godfather State( K Mintor Sheriff I I

e Lyndon put ua on the poverty dole? Then be calls himself CHAULKY: K.: JOHNS O. JKXXIXUS: MUItRIIKr: :; JIL Finn Rip __.._._........._......._-

I a "eonsmatlvVIWe have been. asked how can WK help Clay County Slate Jt4'llrtt1tC'ntlth'\| ( \ Tat Assessor TOMATOES 111 CARTON 19f '

elected. This we consider a fair question and our answer U LOUIS U HUXTLKY LOUISE: 0. SMITH EXTRA PLAID STAMPS'

by watching closely for logrolled back-scratched legislationand Clerk Circuit Court Supt. )I'uMio Inatnictions Juicy Florida
exposing U for what It really Ul Tot example, the JunIor WU Pw.*kaett W Each of UM r..t..
College program. We would demand all leglalaUve processes GRPEFRUIT_ 15 ( ,MO covporci KioatAmr

take play In the opea and not be done by hidden County Jiultro Small Claim Court Judge IH *+* ...

CommltUfe pausing on things that have been previously\ dt THOMAS J.KIVKRS.: JAMS"' T. NORTON Extra Johncon Klear'Iey9

tided by caucausf (back room or otherwise, ..
f eJohnnon't
P j Mre would be the eonactenee of the legislature. Wt would COUNTY COMMISSION II
HALLOWEEN CANDY late, )Jlciljce K>c
j I loudly declare that day County expects nothing It is not eoUUrl District 1. Luther\ (footer) Wilson :
to and at the same time tell tbrta we will holler Tollcer 50 EXTRA: STAMPS
It U they act differently! District 3. Marvin Green ROOT r.n: BAHRKLS

'j I During the final days of this campaign, we will be District 5. L H. (Lunny) Lancaster .-' 100 cU 1 Ik G4 oft LaIC roe With Furcfcaae, Ear,or the roDowiIIc

apeaklng at every crossroad and shopping center In the .! it ... ....
.' County. We win be attacking this first DemomUe platformfor JCtiTI .; OF Tilt: .l'KACK WORTIIMORK' : SPICK PBOPS (Our Own T..a --.:..._-.- .. 352

what It. .."". aa well as for what U oant t say. We ask District 1. \YiKla T. Russell *!
20 Handout 1 Ibw 11 h OL I3o: 3k:
|her Ann Paf Dartecn S4iK ._
any group that U Interest 'n having this "aatoo" platform
Diitrict) i Arthlf rntlxolt. Jr. ;
f di trussed, to call us and arrange time! ;'ll l --- ....
la our closing thoughts' to the people about the benefits. Dialrict 3. ('aITiu A.'Olivrr ,;: BUM JIMS Assorted Haror* Ttettf Crocker .Panrake tits 2*

of a two party aytten. In our county, .re say ALREADY: you District. Roy ('Mi'tten ; 100 t!. IS as. beg 4.V t V- >.*

have NeIa man become an "action" candidate" who ha DUtrict) & John J\ Han :; I Ann Pair< Blackberry JtH3>

I coiuditenUy for two years blandly lgM>r d the tueattona' and TIIRKK: : ML'SKKTKUIS( \: : : JR BARS .... ...
the rvqueaU ot the people.The eommon erase approach thata WXSTAHLJ.SDUlrict : r 30 d. 1 Ik bag 59c Mam ('-,.. Deodorant 4:'ePrefMreU

nan trio harder when he knows that he can be replace ) 1. Jamey KUQWkOilietrirt l ,- a. ... -
will result to d.WIenoI and attention to July by all office .I' Splnhettias :fit
:. Carl klottleyIietriet (
I holders. Several violation* of election. laws have already been .1" WI ?W1trerp
3. Irving Pa.lrrttR. c,.....Acre ilibsahr.
to DahL This prove' the fallacy of not having awn* "
OM watch the nan who Is watching& the Mart'Dwt.nChi Dutrict. I n. Cunningham -.-..- ... ....,... bs ibis. AcI_.t.lana ml art. gaad |frUS
1 J cornier yean, your Republican\ Party WILL BE watching lt.trut 5. Hfnry Kannon 1 atswhyle.ve.Mr 1g

the man who la v teh&f the store. We need YOCR help. K OVMM At*, Gnats CM .eahe.

ask you' to 1'0 to the palls and prove that the people ARK ClAY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE sad taM BHr., IL. Orw Patst
lor"Two Party Ooeecwaeall' I

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