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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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

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'Veteran City Employe In This Week's Crescent' Park Not Seen As ''I 1

: Charged In Lottery Charlie Mrera Burlington ..... .... ,.-.., ... Potlikker

ClImate Leaving .. ,,. .., ... ,<-v.i, ......01: Page 1
Adequate For Cuban Center

Arrest of 4 In County County Vote ..... ........., .... ........ ...,,.* Page 1 J

Reynolds Park or Hacienda T .,,. ........ Pages I and 2
A veteran of the before V. 8. Commissioner While representatives of the
employe a Huntley Art Awards ;.. .. ....... .... .. .. .. Page 6 U. 8.
City of Oreen Cove was one of In Jacksonville late Saturday Dept. of State and of the

four residents the four were released after Hugh Smith ..... .. .. ... ... .. . .. .... .. Pate 2 and 2 Dept of Health Education and
Clay County arrested -
posting bonds. For Williams Welfare were scheduled to
l Jut Saturday 0 n and his wife bond was set at Edna McDonalds Mlddleburg .. . . .. . .. Page 6 make an on-slU survey of

charges of being Involved In a '..000 each; for the other two MHC .. .. ..... .. .. .. ... , .... .. . .. ... .. Page 7 Reynolds Industrial Park this
Cuba lottery according to Sheriff at 1500 each week, chances that a Cuban

Jennings Murrhee. The sheriff said his office Mrs Herman Reed Oreen Cove ... . .. . .. Page 3 refugee relocation center wouldbe

Will Morris 5-year-old City had been working with IRS agents located at Oreen Cove were
Dr. George Howard . . .. .... . .. If . ." .. Page 2Killway rated
watchman for more than IS for two months on the as nil by federal authorities

years, was released in 1500 ball case. r q ""III' '''' In Washington

and was still on the job with Williams and his wife were Jerry Bliiln press secretary

the City yesterday arrested as they entered their to U. 8. Sen. Qeorge Smathers, 4 1

Other arrested by repreeen- home where the Sheriff said 17 told The Crescent this week *.

UUVM of the U. S. Internal approiimately 13,000 in cash "you can bet If the standing
Revenue Service and Sheriff and coins an adding machineand Aa editorial ...' facilities at Oreen Cove are ,1

. deputies wen: Wesley (Davis, lottery material was seised. In turning thumbs down on Governor Haydon Burns' proposed either Inadequate or in needof

69, also of Oreen Cove; and Morris and Davis were arrested $300 million road bond Issue Tuesday, the voters of "0- substantial renovation It

Clyde Williams 45. and Clara in their respective homes where rids may have delayed for a decade or more the 4-lanlng of will never be chosen by federal

Williams\ 47. Williams and his additional lottery material is Killway 11 from the Duval County line to Palatka straight : authorities as a Cuban refugee
wife live on Highway 11 near said to have been found. through the heart of Clay County ,t relocation center"

the Putnam County line. X. L. Richards, group supervisor In the meantime Immense sums have been and probablywill i tia1 !9' ail, .. Oreen Cove la only one of a

According to Sheriff Slur?- for the Intelligence division continue to be poured into maintaining the three sub- standard i :,. number of sites that have been

nee, the tour were arrested under of the IRS office in Jacksonville bridges between Orange Park and Oreen Cove proposed according to Bllsln.

a law that gets gamblers said determination of Time and traffic will not wait forever until these three t An on-slte survey of Reynolds

coming and going By Inferenceit how large an operation was Involved killer bridges are rebuilt; It must be done now .j. ., Park was made by engineers

implies that gamblers must would have to await Every penny spent to maintain them Is a penny watted .iii". 1 1tu representing the Officeof
have a' federal license If they further analysis of the case Cars, trucks mobile homes anything that mores and maims ..tI'Ji. Economic: Opportunity last

fall to have one, they may be Richards described a Cuba . rush desperately across those bridges as If Death were spring. when the property was
so charged: If they have one It lottery at one in which winning chasing them. ,. under consideration as the site

Is considered prima fade evidence numbers are picked In Cuba The time has come, and long passed for the Governor and N of a proposed Job Corps trainIn -

they are breaking the telephoned to Miami and relayed the State Road Dept.. and. U necessary the federal government center

laws of FlorIda. to other parti of the na to come up quickly, with funds for 4-lanlng these three \ This survey, which showedall

Following their arraignment lion killer bridges. Perhaps the narrow roadway can wait another the standing barracks on

ten years; the bridges and their Stalker Death, cannot. The Main kitchen at Reynolds Park I ls la a red state ef disrepair. No equipment any the property would need plumblng .

kind palat peeling frees wells and celling, and limited espaelly weald seem U Make Itfoaalble and cooking equipment,

as a first steeping point fer thousands ef Cuban rofagees who have been Invited not to speak of a vast array of
Clay Hi's Homecoming Hi Wins CLIMATE LEAVING OCt eat by Castre and lavlled la ky President Jehnsen. Castre dared toe Freekbnl this week furniture concluded the barracks

Clay ON JANUARY S te effer the same nfage (I BrasUlsne and tee what happened and housing would
... .. ac-
Louis Reynolds has been Quoted eomodate approiimately 100

Over St. J JoeMareettPagte as saying if he could just boys such as might be enrolled
lay hands on one of the 11.... St MILL FOR SCHOOL In a Job Corpe training center
a ya .( ) ._.. gar| In.Reynolds Park fast.heeould Jaycees I, Considering the fad that Cu- t
.l payroll in School Trustees*+Win ban refugees comprise not only ;
.A new Clay -High team, ejukkly put ft ; :* 'vyy* "'"*.'-.11\' \; I 'l....bolt bunnirrteoreouptee. In- ":
moulded Into a team by a new tiec .
coaching staff emerged as The opportunity Is st hand. Push New /ante and elderly persons, this

winner In IU homecoming Climate Conditioning Inc., Palm Beach Clerk Gets capacity would lowered.have to be subsUntlslly -

game against St. Joseph Academy has served notice it will vacateIts
Th. engineer in charge of the
last Saturday. quarters In one of the hangars
Pier PlansThe
survey last spring further Indicated .
After kicking off to St. Joe on January 2.
the Blue Devils tightened their The company, which a year Wide County Approval that the most basic renovation
of the buildings
defenses and took over the ball ago had approximately 100 employee Oren Cove City Commission now
E. standing at Reynolds Park
a on Clay's Ji-yird line. Theyheld now has nine seven of Tuesday night asked City
ta + ifr Apart from giving a 1-to-l bile Homes, Inc. voters would require the expenditureof
It for the rest of the quay them local. Its o,000 monthly gave Manager lien Zellner to come
k M, endorsement of the County the narrowest margin of approval severs hundred thousand
= P nd payroll a year ago Is said to up with working plans and cost
ter.In schools' basic 10 mills Tuesday the second quarter, Bt. have put more than 135.000 a estimates on a reinforced 100-
ra "" Joe got the ball on their 40- month at that time Into local '* voting was more newsworthy ) of a constitutional amendment foot T-ihaped city pier at Its The prospect that Oreen Cove

M k rya q tl. yard line and In a series of ilx. hands for what It did not do classifying mobile homes, next meeting Nov II, might be under consideration

plays ran It to their five-ysrd Climate moved Into Oreen than for what It aspired to do for Ux purpose, as motor vehicles Zellner told members of the as a new renter for Cuban refugees

line where they fumbled and Cove approximately 20 months Item: More than fourfifthsof and thus subject to a Commission he and Freeman was raised two weeks

the Devils took over. ago as a subsidiary of Paul J the County qualified voters motor vehicle license and not Cvvtrett who U spear-heading ago when Senator Smat hers t

In the final moments of the Hardeman, Inc, a Stanton stayed at home. subject: to any ad valorem tea the Oreen Cove Jsycre pro- announced that Reynolds Park

Clay III..'. HesnMwsalag parade Friday afternoon, or*. tint half with Jon Stump and California-bated construction Item: The largest number of Prior to last summer s legislative iram to get a pier built, in.lcted had been offered the federal
oedlag He victory Bt. JOMBBS Academy presented with slice 1987 voted almost session, mobile homeowners government by Its owner Louis
ever Don Bowles running up extra company a hefty of voters a concrete pier In Jack
beset sad If tfcry were beautiful aaik ..........Above, yardage, Don Hartman squeal the contract to build the I.forIn favor of the State bought a "trailer ta." sonvllle and would endorse Reynolds, Subsequently Mr.

ear ewa Polly PaUnon who did aot need t. Ilea ed over the line for a touch world's largest building, the so- defeated $300 million rood for under MO. The legislature construction of a similar pier Reynolds told The Crescent he
called "Moontnot" bond issue. made mobile home owners subject was willing to cooperate with
down. Billy Hutchlngs made lower at In Oreen Cove.
the extra point. Cape Kennedy. Item: A total of 1204 woUrs to personal property lane The propound pier, to cot ap- the Government In Us search

The entire second half of the Lad winter Ifardeman got had decided opinion on whether said to be mostly uncountable proxlmatsly $16,000, would be for a refugee center Several

game was s _.... with Bt Into financial traits and shortly or not the clerk of the ) on their mobile houses. 10-feet wide and would have a days later Congressman D. R.

Joe failing to set beyond their I thereafter Climate became a circuit court In Palm Beach The constitutional amendment corrugated pipe railing. It Matthews announced after

, .t 30-yard Unt.RDnnJe separate corporation. County should also serve ae passed Tuesday due away with would have no facilities for talking with reprenentatlvevi of
Heath and Thomas Until lat week Climate clerk of the eounl,'* criminal the personal property tax, a. boat dockag HEW that Green Cove was not

a Gamble were excellent In their spokesmen kept up the fiction court. Isis than 100 voters had of next )year and Imposes a II. In other business, the. Corn. under consideration

\ defense playing and Jimmy the company was In Oren any opinion at all on any of cenao fee baaed on the lengthof million agreed to hold .hearIngs Lad week when he we re-

Deal was a itand-out as a center Cove "to &ta,", Their apparent the three unopposed candidate the mobile home; ranging at IU Dee 1 meeting on leaned from a Washington hospital
from 120 to IM I after s series of medical.
line back. Inability to get local contracts for school trustees remning a treat of land on
. It was all worth the week of Is given a. the cause of theirdeparture Hem: Though the County U The election was, In fsct. a Vermont Avenue for a mobile teats, Senator flmathers" again I
sweating. headquarter for Taylor Mo- Three-In-Oro lubricant .which home village.Harry said preen Cove was under aelive I
in the vital Issue failed to oil consideration and that Cubans
Black moll. mobile
i the wheel of pregrM might be flown directlyInto \
home dealer said It the land
Oovvernor Haydon Burns' Reynolds Park.
Clay High's Team were resorted tot a mobile home
highly pmonaused Issue on the The word this week from
village he would put (4 mobile
road bonds providing spproxi- Senator,.' office indicate ?.
houMe there on !lot* of 1000
innately 1241,000 a mile for that while an on-slte
square ,Nor more with *.tre.ta -
IJ4I miles. of new 4-laned survey' te scheduled here II
lighting Individual soptte
." .; highways was stopped tn IU would appear w be routtae. ,!r.
; 'T TIN 14les.)I wfee was efvssw !''ltasseeessMg Qaaea. tanks and t reereatlon center. *,
'..... Ia a .e..ImUre stases ails! bas ibstba. Blackman said he felt a number 5 \
Those voters who
.!:: In this lies were requiredto of military families could PEARL HARBOVB "v t 1"
k*> attracted from Duval Co '
sign signature Identification ..- .JL'IYIYOagIEU?
wily by such a facility
slips The Commlawlen adopted a Military, survivors of Pearl
Those who voted for the
resolution MI the death of Rle- Harbour are "attempting to
throe unopposed school trustees "
and R Rivers, veteran Cityemploye band together ae Pearl Har
signed yet soother signature .
who died last week, bout Survivors Assn. /
? Identification slip "In appreciation for the eontributkMi With national headquarter
Those who voted on the
he made to our City." In the Jefferson Building-, jf.
school mfflage signed not onlya tenon
City Mo
aa organta'
third slip but an affidavit affirming Uon
claim to have located .
that they had paid or M. TAtKH liT 000 survivors
of the Japanese
would this year pay a County Wlllianx Okxrkman. field' representative attack
on Hawaii
on Dec 1.
Ux On real personal) .
or prof" rty of the Jacksonville 1541. and art now seeking a-
diatrtct office of the Social Security Bother 40400 who
On thU Issue the matter of are believed
will talk to be sun alive -
who could and who could not 4A
on at T:JO o'clock many '
vote was rather badly muddled next Tuesday evening In Penney u Possible are Ie.
...... elbe learn abww above, are Roger less. ...... WIBUsBtew. ,.. dlswosod by Slate Attorney Oeneral Memorial Chapel. U1IC. HWaw to hold a reunion l st

LUri WUBaas B.......*. Earl Palrclotn who said two On Nov I'. at 1 O'cloek. he on Dee. 7. it.g. the
Bottom real Coach Spree. these .1nw nest u Feb.. Jowok BakotU, weeks ago only those who bad win speak before the t.tnt-nfth "UllTtmir> of the*

Hock Boe4*. KonaU Heath Owe ......... Ore,., Leery, Rkkerd Prtoga. Mark paid such a Us could vole. Cove Methodist Men's Oreen attack.

1 Jobs (.......) BarWr, Daasiy E.... sad Webb. Ray ........ sad Devil BwrkkalUr.Tos When under the Mute's arch*. the First Methodist Church Club at Any military survivor of the

Dowglee aswaaaa.mad > owl '... Bssensie. Terry T..... le homestead exemption Jan Last Tuesday he attack or anyone knowing any

..... Irab ... .... .4 Uke siege frees a Jeep. rowj Mkkart ..... Ckfts TWoaae GUNK. Deal Bowlee, Jaaaee LSJM- It appeared only a corporate talks at Clay and Dunbar delivered urvlwr. u caked to M
.. 4Gagg Parker Tbetaae MIUk sl Brtoe ...... kan asrf ...... ......... rner. (CoaMlswod On Pap I) schools. High &he ortMtoaUon. national
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( Qtotmty Crescent THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 116

To Be Or Not LETTERS TO EDITOR Thmktng About Protestantism I

. To The Crescent: @\\W\ irmIlf: ]LAWI

An advertisement Inserted in Monday's It Is no exageratlon to say that Clay County You will CXJUM my not 10 By I Sheriff Jennings Ma bee

issue of the Jacksonville Times-Union by proponents stands to gain more than any other county good yanqul aa I am studyingone DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD By
in the state from the proceeds of these bonds. year more jore lanjuage As hunting season rears, parents
of the $300 million road bond issue
Among the long list, one found State Sen- before I am becoming more' not the cure. That may have will want to know the law with respect
listed, presumably, all the State senators, rep.ator Charley E. Johns, State Representative batter in speak and writing. stopped some hare-brained enthusiasts , to the handling of deadly weapons by

resentatives, boards of county commissioners, Louis L. Huntley . and the Orange Park I am come just to Miami : from talking non., their youngsters. The law is very clear.

city commissioners, town commissions, chambers Jaycees from Cuba under jeel of Castro ".', sense. But the best way to The "use for any purpose WHAT
of commerce, civic organizations, etc., There are other groups In the county conspicuous and I am glad to be away; '..1. teach a man sense Is not to deprive SOEVER of BB guns, air rifles\ and 23callbre -
that have endorsed the bond Issue. by their absence. even so I miss my native land. {+ him of his senses. With rifles by any child under the age

I wish to ask If it la true that ,. God still in His heaven, we have of 16 years Is prohibited unless such
Senor Reynolds' hacienda in faith that In spite of this dangerous the supervision and in the
Is under
I use
Around and About
By neon SMITH jore town will be made Into freedom and our shameful -
home for me and other Cubansuntil divisions, Oed will know presence of an adult""Any

world affairs and finances. Joe that everything Is going to ball your great President how to create'a real brother- adult. the law continues,"re

watches the imbecile of ourtime right, we feel like maybe we shall find us a batter way of | hood. 'P sponsible for the welfare of any child

is they go about disrupting better check our pistols and llf. I IIt All the great movements of under the age of 18 years who knowingly

the business of the nation. shotguns and be sure they are is said by other CUban the human spirit had heretical permits such child to use or have
He listens to loudmouths as In good working condition.In refugee to ask you for thei beginnings and were considered 22-callbre rifle
in his possession BB gun air rifle or
they foment violence with Ig- fact, Joe Is so steamed up, truth; or I maybe should write I Ito dangerous. Without the right any
norance. He watches unwashed, he breaks out his Marine uniform a Senor Benlamlno Zellenore | to heresy there Is no democracy. In violation . (of the above) shall be guilty of a misdemeanor

unshaven youth and becomes and Inspects it for future who should tell us if we can Without dissent and freedom and upon conviction thereof shall be punished
'. lick at his stomach.Joe usage call jore town our home. I do Dn Howard: of thought there la no by 'a fine of not more than three hundred dollars or by

!;;t:!1f"1 1\\"''.'<.. says he Is learning at college "Joe," I say, "in that uniform not know what he may have to Last Sunday was Reformation progress.In Imprisonment for not longer than 30 days."

.., to evaluate one thing and you only fight somebody do with jore town but I have Day, and I Indulged in a a true Christian church While the law says nothing that would prevent a
another and to reason right up you ain't even mad at,' and wrote his name many, many little thought regarding 'the there should be room for those
and down the line. In fact Joe that's the only way to tight. If time. present-day significance of the who claim the right to ventureout child under It having his possession any heavier wea-

says be Is learning to look at you got to fight. But Joe ain't In Cuba, we are a Urge family Protestant movement. In search of new horizons.A pons, prudence demands that parents watch their chil-

I' things objectively, which iz to listening to a word I say. He living together in the province Among other convictions, I wise society will know that dren carefully in the coming weeks for we have_had it

HUGH SMITH say, he can put himself\ In the keeps right on checking his of Pasall where we have came to the conclusion we must these ferments of rebellion will proved'right here that experts do not always know bow
other fellow's shoes and look fighting gear and saying dirty many horse, cow and pool for stop defining this movement by die a natural death UNLESS .
It comes on the hip of the at the other side of the situation things about people who live swimming. what we are against THEY CARRY IN THEM to handle a gun.

evening and me and mine are without being bigoted and in this country and refuse' to Since Castro, the militia Snarling\ against things with SOME TRUE SEED OP REAL .

gathered about the Idiot box without malice fight for It. have all our horse and cow.The which we do not agree, will win LIFE.
to see first-hand what gainsare While Joe is telling\ me all After a while, Joe puts his swim Is not. so much. pleasureany no battles for the good thingsIn Protestants, if we are faith-
made by the Great Society, this, he is getting hotter and gear away, runs his hands overa more. which we do believe ful to our Gospel, may frequently
where the new war starts and hotter under the collar about stack of books piled on the In the newspaper in Miami Here are some of the eharacteri.Uc. be disturbers of the
what new taxes are put uponus dude his draft coffee table screws his mouth here Kodak of.wherewe
some burning I see a of the Reform Move- peace. This lays upon us a responsibility NOMONENIIEO Milli
for our own good. card and says he would like to off to starboard and chompson hope to live:, The Oreen ment: for knowing how to '
In fact, there are so many jerk the jerk up by his collar his lower lip like he Is Cove. In the Kodak X see many We have defended through plead our case wisely and crea- ? CNOCOIATE NIL ; *

taxes put upon us now, and button and frop him about the thinking horse and cow and I count centuries the tight of Individual tively. 3rMnuOLO 1 .' Wf gaL.39,

we are so good, we're almost head and shoulders with a Naturally, I figure Joe Is many places for swim In.: access to God. It is a right Our teal U likely to exceed

sure the faint outline of a halo blunt instrument, putting his feet In the other Please answer if you are guaranteed by St. Paul In his our wisdom, and we need to remember FASNIONEO ,'
hovers some six inches above Well, by the time we go fellows shoes and is looking knowing these horse and cow famous word, "Who are you to Shakespeare's words: DESSERT 1IUt1U9I

our heads. through local news, the oblique, from the draft card burners with many swim pool are to pass judgment on another , "Heat not a furnace for your CEEf6M bslfp.
Anyway, Joe College unfoldshis corkscrew rendition of Buntley point of view and' being ob be ours Oo not forget, Senor it iz before his own Master that foe so hot that It do sing : .rtwaas.. {9I 'a at
seventy-six inches off the and Hinkle and Falter Cringe- jective. Edltore, too tell if the Grand he stands or falls" yourself." Fv 4

sofa and onto the floor as is right with most of his skit taken "He oughta be shot' says Senor Benlamlno Zellenore has The right to deny, and even Finally: It seems to me that !ANF11fy
when he wishes to the Oreat White Father other local opportjultles for me
his custom up by Joe.How to defy the verdict of every Protestants should rememberthe SOUR CREAM
discuss current events, girls, telling\ us not to worry and objective can you get? and my love ones. Do your human tribunal, and carry his solemn warning a great O

theatres have Spanlih motion cause to the supreme court of British churchman, Dr. J. Mor 4siui

films appeal where Christ heart and Ian Olbbon, once gave us:
otUkker By DUNCAN O. GRONER Manoel Sanchez de heeds the plea of the humblest, "Churches he said, "con. ,. SNIM MILK hit Cd,

Sancheg y Sanchez Is a right that belongs to every stitute a standing danger to ; RUiTERMIlN,

To Ed Van Ness, who once Charlie Myers praises his I system and an Inviolate hazing Miami Christian who has the courage religion, for every church tendsto O MIuk.r dal

told nfe he had no time to read workers, consoles his competition system. I was as ready at 13 (Editor's Note: Senor Sanchez to claim It. externalize and contract re
local newspapers because he and raises up him who to confront hazing as I was to de Sanchea y Sanchez We Protestants know the ligion. It tends also to make .
was too busy trading thousandsOf covets his job. meet the Man In the Moon. should understand that "Senor peril of our own freedom When itself an end rather than a NALF AU UlfS110p

shares of stock every week," I am told by Allie Bell, the After dinner each night, we Zellenore" Is only a hired hand freedom Is understood simplyas means. Dust accumulates In a half pL13e
and to those others among us new and, I hope, permanent "rats" (first\ yearmen) were around The Oreen Cove. The the opportunity for disagreeing church more readily than any 4' neon urX
who are stock market buffs, It superintendent of the Oreen ,coralled In the rooms of upper True Word can be had from with everybody else, it becomes where else; lumber and rubbish .
should be said there are other Cove Springs Yarn Company, classmen and forced to make the Mayor whose name and'address anarchy.But easily acquire a sacrount character '' ORANGEJJICE .

ways of making money than in that much of the success of public idiots of ourselves. we are passing alongto a clerical bureaucracywhich which secures them Im. heed pat.....* 'A
Space Age !issues. Burlington lies In the morale, Standing on a table before a S. Sanchez de Sanchez jr seeks to cure heresy by munity from disturbance 'A !" Pure FRUIT DRt
The annual report of Bur of Its employes. I believe it. I tea of laughing upper classmen, Sanchez with a view to setting hitting the heretic over the wise man win be always on his Wf MsLe -
lington Industries, Inc., the But, after all these years, I feel I was told to "grow like grass," him (Senor Sanchez'de Sanchez head with a pastoral staff, is guard against his e bar e h:' !

parent company of the Oreen sure If Charlie\ Myers came or "Hush like a toilet," or "let y Sanchez) aright If Hence church Improvement lean !: n ,
Cove Springs Yarn Company, down here, his fine workers off steam." This public indlg there la no reply to his (Senor RICHARD B RIVERS imperative, though wry difficult , ,

is, 1 V not fantastic, at least here would break some kind of rJty was a surce of wild hilarity Sanches de Sanchez y I San Services for Richard Robert and generally dangerousduty.
fabulous. It is partly fabulous record for knowing just what to most, if not Its victims. chess) inquiry, we ask him to Rivers, general superintendentof For the good is the enemyof
because Charles F. Myers, one manner of man they are But I very well remember that write uz again. It might depend Oreen Cove's light and water the better, and It Is easier to
of the gentlest and most sweating for. Charlie Myers absented himself upon how good he is at department and the City'soldest reform a sinner than a confirmed '
men I ever When I was not many from all such meetings and saint" M N. .gll.Ba Grew Cwt Izctage
straight-forward luring milk from a cow, but, at employs In point of service -
knew, is Burlington's chief executive months past my thirteenth in the absolutely terrible teenage that I hell never achieve more ,was held at the First Baptist .
officer. birthday I was shunted off by adjustment I faced, he was ,than one swim pool.. Church Oreen Cove, on
Chief executive officers of my family to boarding school always warm and seemingly Monday. The Rev. Joe Olachea
companies with annual sales Two brothers, ten and twelve unconscious of the sordid fact officiated. THUNDERBIRD' FORD FAIDLANE
in excess of a billion dollarsare years older than I, made me I was a "rat" and he an upperclassman 'To The Crescent: , , , .
Mr. Rivers, who was 68 years
supposed, by all the laws to all Intents and purposes an I have been, reading The
old died Saturday at Clay Memorial
of big business, to damn the only child. In chapel on Sunday nights, Crescent for a great many Hospital. He was a native MUSTANG BRONCO CADILLAC
workers, shout down the competition Until that fateful moment I the school had distinguished years and I must be frank in , ,
and step on the neck had been managed and wrapped clergymen from all over the saying my favorite'reading is of Clay County.
of whosoever raises his head. and tended and fussed over East who came to stand in the Hugh Smith's "Around and He leaves his widow, Mrs.
This Is, I hear, the law of the by a :Norwegian governess and pulpit and have their say. One About. Leslie Rivers; four tons: J. R. BUICK , OlDSMOBIlE . PONTIAC , ,

jungle, of the Everglades, and, my social contacts had been of them was Charlie Myers' father What happened to It? Rivera, of Oreen Cove; A. P.
I am persuaded, of the here limited to those whose parents a man of the calibre of It was actually the only personal Rivers, of Tampa; L. R. P. Rivera
and now. forbade their offspringto my beloved friend, George column In the paper (except of Apalachlcola; and Arnold IMPERIAL ggg CHRYSLER , PLYMOUTH , ,

It Is a silly law, without any tell me to go whence they Howard: a genius In the rarestof occasionally Potllkker) Rivers, of Winter Haven:
validity, when it comes face may hive felt I should go. all categories: the ability to and it was ALWAYS good. a daughter, Mrs. I. V. Randall,
to face with a man who has I think, and I could be teach the beliefs of Jesus X was going to write this last of Green. Cove; a broher, Ira VALIANT I DODGE RAMBLER ,
wrought these billion-dollar wrong, the great bases of curriculum Christ without seeming to week but I thought maybe It Rivers, of Green Cove; three

miracles. For though I have at Woodberry Forest cram them down your throat. was not written. If you keep sisters, 10 grandchildren and

not laid eyes upon him In closeto School were more than scholarship Charlie Myers Is his own leaving it out. it will icon become three great grand-children. JEEP CHEVROLET , CHEVEUE ,
forty years, I would bet that an Indestructable honor father's son; and I would unbearable . The Crescent Pall bearers were A. T. Ivey

think he Is perhaps more keen X mean Edward Taylor, B. O. Zellner,
ly aware of It than anyone else. It was humorous and interesting Warwick Kenney, Donald RI-' CHEVY II , CORVAIR , CORVETTE , ,
ortav 'QIount\\! Crescent .. But every person having anything I never missed it. I daught and E. R. Willli1.
to do with the Oreen can't understand why you don't Honorary. pall bearers were:

"WHAT ,IS GOOD rod CLAY COUNTY II GOOD FOR vie CMSCINT' Cove Springs Yarn Company print It anymore. I would appreciate John Preston Hall, J. P. Hall

DUNCAN GOLDTHWAITE GRONER_EDITOR AND PUSLISMI must have a deep sense of a small explanation of Jr. Sheriff Jennings Murrhee, NO MATTER WHAT THE MAKE , ,
TtUFHOIII GO- II4-JIM gratitude at the opportunityto why you are censoring the County Commissioner Otto

Sicoiie CLAd COINS Polo At 5II/N Con Sramei. none work for such a really great best thing you ever had. Murrhee, Grady Smith, Martin
PUIUSHID Evan THUMDAT IT CMICINT Pulse INC guy. I <>m sending him a map Joan Hill Harris M. II Mayhugh. Ed
p 0. so ITS GAIN Cove SPNINUI, FLORIDA so he can, In his travels, find (Editor's Note: Mr Smith's Oustafson, Pete Oustafson. NO MATTER WHO THE DEALER I ,

HOWARD P. COOPER _ PUll DINT Green Cove delightful column has not been James Ridley, Louie Ivey, C. B.

lUBSCRIPTlON RATES The people of the county expunged; It just hasn't been Bowles, Willie Weeks, Edward
01'l1ll1'II.\R IK AOTANCB .......... ...... ... IM must be proud to have amongus written lately. If we can bring Bradley and Reed Wager Yea eaa finance It Wet and cheapest thi*.|h a hw-rea4 leak
> TWO VBARS IN AUVANCK .,... ......... S.M such
a company. tome pressure from his many Burial was In Hickory Drove loan Select the INS car of yea ,Wee aid Ibis tea,tM frle.U7
fans, perhaps he will turn cemetery. Helm Funeral Home .
In Orson Crve Springe. Clay I H TIIN CHI11T COIItT or again to his typewriter). was in charge of arrangements. I Seas etfkm at the Bank .( inn Core Syringe.
LEGAL NOTICE County, rlnrldn, within ale month ILtl "" 1\1">, llOHlUt ,
the date of the final IM IIUMKHY r'" .
) gRIItSg1801! ,,,,_, .. l
puUleallon of Rhie n tle.. ha, enlee1 IIIIIIIII1Ia1I! v- "
If TUB COI'NTV JIUGK'S each: claim. or demand mutt b* DAVID MISt.NHKUJlU.;:/ ,'
COl: HI', IN AMII KOU CLAY In wrtttnn anil mual elate the flalntlfffcolUS I ",, l'
COUNTY, t-UmlUA place nf rcildenie and poetoftics RECIPE FOR A HOME: "
Caw N*. UQ adiceae rf the !. misENIlgLDlfI.
: '
RE' FSTATE OF must be awcrn to b" :: Lsf.ndunt TELEPHONES 284-3.50
JN ROBERT Y.11. THOMAS, also ant hli agent, or has attorney, &OIICH or stir Half a cup.1 friendship
or It will booome void according10Each THE!: STATE Of "'U>1UUA-To t I
SWHCHT'TIL fjorla Mieenhelder .. AM a cup .( th.yhtfutnees, }
THOMAS lit '
creditor shall deliver euffloleM Marlon. North Carolina r
1J:1..4..JIIOTI'IQ Creamed together with a pinch ..
ooitleo ot to YOU ARK HEHKUY: OTI FlED 284-3339 284-3051
all crdllrr TO CHEI1I10HSTo and all pereoni enable ihe County J-'ISIr.n: : : ,, that a cull bas been Met .,.In.1 t :f'r|: Of .powdered Un4r..... ,
having c In I mi agalnet laid. as- one to eaoh personal repreoen you. In the above sntitlecase! :
.I\v.\ . and you are hereby required t
tats Coil, and each of you, art-'here Date4 October T. AD., 1l11 serve upon pUlatlffe attorae: Very U jJr notified aid required I to pre- TH8 Ft-OIUOA NATIONAL rhoie name and adilreee appeal 4-3SI3
. "IonS any claim and demand BANK OF JACKSONVILLE a. herera, your written defeneeeIt ,, In a bowl .( loyalty.With HU91
which you, or either of you, may Admlnlitrator of She Eitate ot asp, to the Amended: billcomplaint o:f a rap .1 faith, and .... ef bop Venter
., hays asrelnel in* Eetate at Hob- Robert y- II Thoma" alee In said' suit ccp, .1 l
art H Thomas, alas known a* known .. Robert YII. T1Omas, which le delivered to you herewith .: And etne .f charity
t Jri y. H, omaa. III, dooeaaed III, deceaied on or before November II,
1st* of Clay o Florida fav N K. STOWS AI\ '
{t\\ to lh. County Juf.: I Vice Preeldent Trust OfMaer full not or decree praeonC..lo .: Be SUM (. aM a..*.af.l each
Coor\oul.:\: will ne entered
" : Clay County, County 10.11./teNEa ttt the relief prayed la the I Of ..,.-.tba.-.....,
pill of complaint And ah. the ability
1 *xewscse aOI'TNM I l Ill':1II I : .: FI'-"rI'rIOl. SAME T DEIMI Polo D1VURCB. Te heal at VUle thlnga, .
iCOt'KT 8RAL) :
I NotleS I. h.r.blv.n that the Nolle I. hereby given that the WITNKMil my hand and the w
I _..........04 ends the provl.Ise .. undersigned under the provl.k .- 'seal of said Ureeit MWatea with the Mm tears Gu>@T. OOPS 8PEINOS TLOBIBA.
140 0' olla.-l. ....... u. of ". of charter MS tl I... .e ve Sprlnce. Florida. thlillth : 4 \ : .ry
. J'lorlda,'Acts ot 11111, will rel'l..1 Florida Ante ot lit, will refla.tpr : day of October, 'X VOKOR.aH Of heartfelt tyiapathy,
with the Clerk ot Ike with the Clerk or the Circuit 111{,
. 'J eliit tftr'coort 'n and '0. Clay I Court In and for Clay County L. CARUHLIS Babe In a g.ed-aataed pa*. ---- lee4
' .' IJt&te fill Plortda. upon rec.lpt.f state of Florida, upon receipt Clerk Circuit. Court v J And ..... icpeateAy.WUta. .
I ef of public-alien' I of thli nr VIv.. H Bohra
, .t ublioaUn of this proof "
et t .i ,tHloue' Mm. of notice the flrtKloue ...m. of 1e"I. ClerkJ'Ailornuy'for UU Covnly's OUttl o4 Largest BvAClUav
E. je, Repair' a Im- Rldiewftfd Builneee gorvloe.8lnei T. BusacO .
,,. (, 'i kti !so k g 11 I > Walter D ManhartHI. .. Plaintiff
\ Ids Add. .: r
)I pr..a r IJ. .n.BF:. .Fla. P 0. Sri 44*
. AasjalOto..: It.U.U, 'are*. Cove serln.. Florida
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t H H" I tlllIlIllllIlIlllIllIlIlllIlI MRS. REED SPEAKS '
Eye Exams TO JUNIOR'OMQl I So. Security NumbersOf
Green Cove SocialsHM I B'Pbea'l Mrs Herman Reed was the I 'I

principal speaker at the October
++- 66 # lIt 11111111++t++tIl+t+$lltt++$+lt++4 lilt 61111 r meeting of the Green Farmers Asked'

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher named to "Who's Who Among long friend of Mrs. Carswell. Cove Junior Woman's Club at
bad aa their guest last week Students in.American Universities the Village Improvement Association
Farmers who are receiving He explained that, beginning
Mr. Ficher'i brother-in-law and and Colleges for the 198589 Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Leite and clubhouse recently.
sister Mr and Mrs. M. K..Hogan school year. She will receive Miss Annie Lou Guess were Introduced by: loin Donald payments !in connection win January 1, the indentlfylag social
participation in farm acUonprograms
who were enroute to their formal recognition of this at dinner guests of Mrs LIllie Sohm, president, Mrs Reed security numbers will be
are being asked to
home in Fort Lauderdale, after Honors Day ceremonies which Bannell on Tuesday evening gave an Informative talk on the I entered on payment-drafts to
the ASCS office
spending the summer In Maggie take place in April proceedings of the Florida Federation ,
producers, and they will also
know what their Social Security -
Valley, N C. Mrs. C. F. Bannell attendedthe of Women's Clubs' numbers are be used by: the department of
Mrs. Etta Gerald is spendingtwo Sunday School Rally of board meeting In Lakelandlast I' According to C. W. Smith, agriculture in reporting, such
The Reverend C. E. van der weeks with relatives In The Advent Christian ChurchIn month. chairman County Agricultural payments to the Internal Revenue -
Marten had the misfortune to Wlldwood, Florida. Waycrosa, Georgia, last Members of the club voted to I Stabilization and Conservation Service,
,fall and break his hip last Sunday. donate all Items collected for
Committee, a form requestingthis Such Identifying numbers
I week. His many friends will be Mrs. Linda Williams and her the rummage sale to the county I information, "Request for now appear on all report In.
glad to know he Is recuperating Mesdames Beulah Lucas,Eu-
sister Miss Jean Williams of welfare department's Christmas Identifying Number-Farmer," come-payments such M bank'ntere.t.
nicely at Clay Memorial Hospital Ocala spent the la Plgue and Thelma Kirkland project. .
week-end with
together with a postaire-patd dividends, et: made
Mr. and,M-: C. E. Harris. visited with Mrs. Pigue's son, A spring art show will be envelope, hue been mailed to by the paying companies or
Crelghton and his family, In
presented as a major projectIn each known producer who receives agencies This is required un.
Miss Jane Ridley of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs Julian White Jacksonville last Sunday. the coming year. Mrs. Eugene program payments, to be der the Internal, Revenue Code.
spent the week-end have returned from vacation Derichsweller was named filled In and returned to the Any questions about'this
.with her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. with friends In Philadelphia BUELAH BAPTIST CHURCH Wives ef Orange Park Lions and volunteer P S A. members chairman of the projected show county ASCS office as soon as matter should betaken up with
A. Ridley and her grandmother and New Jersey and Mr. HOMECOMING, NOV. 11 are again screening schools for eye problems.Under Members of the club also decided convenient. the Count ASC8 Committee.
Mrs. Pearl Brooker Whites brother on Long Island. The Rev. Lester Taggart of the direction ef Dr. R. ,Timothy Carter "a modi- to sponsor the Mother's I
fled. clinical leebal'.." has been added to the program, March on Birth Defects apart
the Beulah Baptist Church,announces
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor's which win be used en mere than MM student This I :
Several members of BJP.O.E.: they will have their year of the March of Dimes Lid YouP'Clay County Property with '-
daughter and son were home Does enjoyed a dinner at the homecoming on November 14th. the distant eye chart la Included along with supplementaryteat. Mrs Jack Saam was named to .
for Home Coming at Clay HI Elks Club recently, after which There will be a basket lunchon head up this project.
,this week-end. Sandra attends Mrs. John Hendrtcks was hostess the church lawn, followedby As Dr. Carter states lt/tl vision. means nothing U a Following the business meetIng Frank W.: Brown
Florida Southern In Lakeland to the group for a tour of singing In the afternoon. child eaiutot read at near and Is falling school. A stadyby Mrs. Joe Cooper presented
Florida and Eddie, the University of the Green Cove Springs Tarn Everyone Is invited to attend Dr. F. R. HUbert, chief clinical psychologist. at Sing a demonstration of flower arrangements W IaasIasgjlgtslstel
at Gainesville. Company The Buelah Baptist Church Sing Prison, shows !' par seat ef ehOdrea Im trouble. have -
. win have a Cemetery Working learning problems and 81 per eent ef this number cant Hostesses were Mrs. Vance
- Miss Martha Ana Ethrldge, Mrs. J. X. Carswell attendedthe on Saturday, November 7. see well. Powell and Mrs Frederick An WlsMM ..g1s9 -
daughter of Mrs. Myrtle H.Kthrtdge funeral of Thomas C. The gate to the cemetery In All students screened will receive. from the school a a.- drew.
Is one of twelve Wooten In Crescent City last Camp Blending Is on Rt. No. dee stating that the screening test skewed their visl..a aaadeejuta. Among the guests were Mrs. UM 1r.& What IT CMC* Per
young women at Tin CollegeIn Thursday. Mr. Woolen's mother 21 and will be open from I:00ajn. border Use or laaees.uale for normal schoolachievement. Joanne Bryant Mrs. Betty Foster Prey MbNU -
Forsyth Oa, who has been Mrs. Eva: Wooten, Is a life until 9:00 ajn. and Mrs Clay Oooch.



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I FACE FOUR LTtay (County# COrcsccUt! THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1965 I

ANNOUNCING A Tremendous Month-Long



We are deeply grateful to the people of Clay County and surrounding -
areas who have made possible the outstanding success of our
Chrysler- ')'mouth dealership sinc November, 1963. We are staging
the biggest, wildest, selling event ever, with prices throughout our
tremendous new and used stock that are GUARANTEED lower than tiff
any to be found anywhere in :Florida or Georgia. We cordially invite
::27 you to come in during this month-long celebration, get acquaintedwith
I our staff, and the kind of savings you qan enjoy on the car that wth
has led in Clay County volume sales for the 1965 model( year. ,! 4e q4t
Clayton E. Revels Mrs Clayton Revels Kenneth Curzon
Jack L. Fisher Mrs. )W. Wolff
Our Modern Chrysler-Plymouth Agency on Orange Ave Miss Barbara Yoder

I ..1. ,,art

* Wou 1 d You Like To Save

2nd Anniversary Celebration

Hundreds Of Dollars ? ;s'


UP TO$1,000.00 OFF
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NEW '65 PLYMOUTHS. UP TO $800.00 OFF ('I,.\YTOX REVELS; : (PresidentClajton !
(levels Chrjt>Ur-I'ljmouth, Inc.

1S85 M-G 4-DOOR SEDAN $$1495
Clay County's 1965 Sales Leader Now Offers
4 1964 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX , $$2795 ,

Completely loaded.

1963 DODGE G-T I I I I I I $1695Radio The County's Largest Selection Of 1966 Models

heater, automatic tranmnliwlon 223 engine White
wall tires,wheel co\ven Bucket teatt


1963 RAMBLER WAGON\/ $$1395 This Year Let Yourself Plymouth
Model I 770.Radio heater,automatic transmission.Factoryair ,
covers(conditioning. power leering, white wall tires, wheel 1 I

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1961 VALIANT $$595
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heater, automatic tranamhwlon, power steering, .adtas
power brakes, factory air conditioning

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power brakes, white wall tires, wheel (covert l-cylmder.
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NOVEMBER 4. 1965 OlCay County! ( ( TC fC11" P5 f



____ II FOR SALE .
High and Handsome Cherry MoW
etectrie sewing machine
la ...... cabinet like on Jones Road. $!. monthly The Board of County Commit- CLAY tOtlvn, Corn r-LUHlUA OK Layered with Sour Cream Dressing
new Sews 10rWard." reverse.AD lon.r. o( CUv County, IX C'HttIaIV.
Phone Xlt-sm. 11.4-tIe will& bid In the Jlio"di" No. _eal-v
attachments for making the Clerk of the circuit Crurl. lilliAN DAVIS I

buttonhole. slg-sagglng and FOR RENTt Riverfront apart- November until nlno S.orlnrk' 11/n. for AM.lurnthing flainllff V"

fancy stitch designs. Fully. gu meat, furnished all I'roiiikno O*. for tho Court'hou : '. U-kU.LA'OAVIa,
or unfurnish ., and County Jail btalnnlnic DofndantNOTICE
aranteed. Can be eeea la your ed. be tory, S-bedroom. 1U lioc.mb.r 1. lean, and vontlnulnir .

area. Make eight ninthly pays bath. Low rent to permanent Supplier fir mud a porlod turnlih of :! or stir H

I ments of 14.11 or will discountfor I.....,. No deposit required onStilts. Ion m.I.noraa,.. lank and two gsa THE LUKLLA STATE UAVt: I'LOJ9DA.-TOI

.... Writ.i Credit Mans .. Phone available. Marina Hlaht la r...ryed to reject any Uouto I. Duo III
ger III S. Cleanrater Road, and all I bid. Waycro.i. l
Largo, Florida. 10-11-tfe "0*. that a ault bas boon fll.d aaalnal
11-4-tfe By I O.orp L Cane) Clerk11.1ito you In the above .""".01 caua.
Sewing Machine IMS Model; .and. you are iulr.d to
FOR RENTI Furnished rv upon plaintiff attorney
Clearance .... We have apart who. naino and addr... app.arIf
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES $ seven meet One bedroom Light and NOTICE Or IALBNolle. her..n, your' .rltt.n d.r.......
IMS round bobbin sewing machine water I. hereby flV.n that any, la the bill of ompUInt
8 POINT TYPE: (This size left. These machines are included Call ... .717. pursuant to. a final or'oro"loolI' In aald' suit cope of which I. ,,
entered In eaui.numb.r.d d.liv.r.d
type) First insertion, up CARD OP I completely guaranteed. Ee.ulp- 11-4-tfe .....-C In the Circuit b.fnr. JI.r.n.b.r to you *h.rowlth. A. l>. lilt.on or
THANKS and Court of Clay County, Florida I H..ln rail .,
to 30 word for 11.60 allover pea to Zlg Zag, make buttonholes FOR RENTI Furnished .. not or d.oro. pro
IN MEMORIAM I riverfront will all the property oltll.' In eonr. will bo .nt.r.d .*.In.t
30 at So per word. Additional : Up to 30 etc. IZ5.M Is total price. apartment. Two bedroom .Clay. County, florid. .orlb.d Dill you of for the': r.list pr..4 In tbe
consecutive Insertions words for $1.50. all over SO fat Will accept older machine for .. IIS Myrtle Ave. Phone lot 10 Block S, BEIJ.A1R.: UN. THE NATURE or RAID SUIT

minimum of 11.20; all 5c per word. part payment Phone Orlando "'.tol, after 5:09. 1I..UoF oil IT d'.II\'I, aoconllnv Hook to I.plat pacri rooord-II haHN'1 WITNKHH Poll I'IVOItCItj my hand and the
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over 30 words at 4o per 4H-J577 Collect. 11-4 Itte R the eurr.nt publicrMordi Cov. Sprint" Florida, thl.
BENT Two bedroom of Clay County, Klorl- seal or paid Court at Or..n
ord. AND Jot any 01 Nov.mb.r. A... I',
FOB furnished house. Centrally located. Ai.RO the lollowine 1 d5o ,....toot, Canned sweet cherrlee plump and pretty shine from tau
11 POINT TYPE LEGAL: ADVERTISING: KENT OK BALE US Bonaventur Ave. rrlh.d liM-at.d' It.nin In or of upon*aulpmnt|th. ,Qs I.i.'onolC( I. orange-win gelatin .salad.. Frosen rannherrle" and their Juice
Pint Insertion add color and Savor Inn. Th. center layer la a blend of pour
$1.40 d
per CaU XI4-I7I7. 11-4-tfo crll>rd prrmli..iKCA Clerk Circuit ('nurt
(This size type) First FOR RENT OR SALE Florida Whirlpool:I Hanv No. UKI : I Ih Vivian 11. 8uhm cream and molted marshmallow, a delirious dreoilng! with each
Inch; each additional Insertion Court Two bedroom 0(10 t'"ul" Clerk : salad luncheon '
BOOM, [ serving A shimmering }jewel like to crown a or
insertion, up to 30 with kitchen HELP WANTED Nutcn. Hood faa and Ulsht JF.NNINIIII a NIIIITO:lI buffet meal.Northwmt.
| .80 per Inch: or as dining room, 11, Attorney for '
words for $3.00, all over lag room aid Florida :KUrtr'o: : Wal.r Wodvf I Adit, Plaintiff canned sweet cherrle, either" the darlr'd.UeI_
required by Statute. room.CaD HOUSEWIVES: N.0 Oal IT.ttn .. matHo HI flings or the lovely light Royal Ann. mak all fruit salads
HO) at lOo per word. Ad. M4-SIT1 or SI4-I37I. Several good Stewart Warner Wall Or.n Crv. Springs, FlnrMaOTIt '' extra special Available any' Urn. of year at the market these
".'-&1, territories open. Customers t* V.nrtlan OU Blinds II K .. II'"UII canned cherries are a cook delight They lend them.elve well
insertions see our Melting new Christmas Mndvl IK" II Whirlpool Rrfrl.v.ratnr I. to ui* In cake, cohhlon andfsnlrirs i a writ na lalad. Il'a fun
READING NOTICES: Per tine You show them and It Cu. ft. Sinai, No. 'H Or IMTK\TIO' TO to have a can of oath on" hand, but light: and dark canned sweet
earn .
2.40:: ; all over 30! words hue. 250.DEADLINE. PLEASEFORCSTRRCS/I IO big weekly Income with Avon kt lune public ..I., to the hlstiMand HM.MTKH Nollco: la'Tn'aoi.civ* that!Noun' tho rherrlee can be used Imorchangeably.Cherry .
bljrt.r for ooh, at Ih* Jubilee !Salad"
nt I 8c per word.TLASSITIED Write Mrs. Orida Sweat P. O. ..t..J.. of the Clay Count of rrvlnlona
-- I Boa 117, Live Oat Florida. l'ourthou In Or.nCovo ." Aug'.t.nt' in IMT on Law will '1.Mori.. .I 1 ((1 Ib) can dark or light :2 (3 01)) pscksra orange
DISPLA f: Per :: Noon Tuesday J I 11-4-lte :00 A Springs M Florida: ( I'M.titwr.nII on No- (with th. ('I.rk.of the cirruil wet cherrle. H gelatin
"A'.dln : "art In anl for Clay County 1 ((10 os ) nackai frozen cup sherry winoraspherrle.
column Inch. $1.40. No dUrounU. preceding publication date J vomMr((' Mlat. or Flfrlda. upon rec.tpl: oi U cup lemon juice
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY linlr.i\L.: t"A",.tIlL1C, ('1.r"Ih" proof! Ih of* fk-tltlou.puhllrallon name o' Ihl.of no. :2 'UIII| cherry syrup and water
of Thursday. Q Large United Stale and Canadian Vivian "H, 'lohrniiiiicrirnw noldi, Iniluntrlal fark ll.y Drain cherrle and raapherrle. reaervlng syrup Add water

M- Company la agricultural Poputy ( .rll HI 101 J. Irfiul.. ll.ymild.!. t lo cherry syrup to make 2 cup". Heat cherry syrup and add
llrnNd, Mt Itt.1t"'hmunI. gelatin I Stir to dlaaolv Remove r from .ht ad.l.harry. lemon
.SALE Three ..bedroomp UNITED VAN LINES. Pro field urgently! require repr*. Va.1t."I.. Juice and raapbrrry syrup. Chill till partially et Fold' rasp

., with carport floor fure pleased long distance moving 1oIJJ.Y sentatlv In this county for in CLAY THM cot'NTV nnci'iT, ri.oniu corn OP frrl.; and cherrle. Into gelatin. Pour on.-fourth of gelatin mis-
Crop Service turf into mold. Chill until almost pot Add a 11\1<1,11. layr of:
and air conditioner Inbed. la """"Ju4" vans. la Clay Department Applicant In .CHAN EHYN. IU\Tlna 0" 11Truv10N TO
a"-II 1-4' htoUU'I'IoH rlt'rITlut 1 mlniatur manrimallow melled
must have recent agricultural NAMID cup ,
Good location. All Cjri County eoatact Wild T. EMsen .
CNJa..aT be RMZAUFTII: IHOli NEWDIU. Null,!* 'I. hereby s-lv.n. that the 1 cup dairy sour cream
(* fencing. Corner of Idle- I real elate 711 N. Orange background and flalntlffANDIIKW "" und.r the urovi.. Blend together' In doubt holler. Cool before pourlni Into mold.
chapt.r ,.
and Highland Aft.... Arena. Green Cove 8 print*. well regarded In area PoalUonI UKWia: NKWniU: rr'h Jtn. pf Arta of. lilt 115,0 will Uwi roice.of Chill until i pot Add remaining gelatin mixtures Allow, to act
ZU.IUL 7-U-tf Phone SM-MII. MMfc I foil time, or can be handled' liof.ndant Ih* Clerk or th. Cir.: several hour or flv.rnl.hI..rnr.. .."In,. M'Ir.) .. 10 In 12: serving
al lint ,1ft. NOTICE or stir owl Court in and for Clay (I'oun-
along with
your t,. .iai. of riurlda. upon
flit arming ....nU... Successful THE: STATE or rl.oIUnA.-To! 0' proof of publloatun of thla

applicant ran report earnIngs Ito ANI.ItIoI.ICWI"<'r..,'.nt Drlv NtWUILU: nolle H.l.uh th.tllfl fkitiloua nam. of ODDLY ENOUGH '\ \ ,.

lloiildfr, Colnradu Itt I. Hot lit, K.y.ton ll.lchla,
' UYER'SGUIDE between 111/.9151
weekly .
YOU AUK IIKItEIlT NOTI riorlda. Illit 1...
with eseel"'ant opportunity for Plk.1). : that a lull h.. ban flUd ."lfn. aostnrt yow In th. abets .nlltl.d 10.1/. -/lrnW Ckiilng lunlighl' hoi worded pooplo J. 1
early advancement In this area. ....... and you are r.* oil over th. world for Inouiondi of '1vs.
Write and tell about outr.d to upon pUnlltn .. r
I your attorney ..h.... num. and adsSr. RELIABLE PARTY Tibetans
elf. Reply at once tot! fleePresident *.. copes k.roon your' writ. one wo' .y. ntr.ns.f woven Yak .A"t
t CONDITIONING/ BEVERAGES REAL ESTATETWIN Ion dote,.... If to th* bill WANTED: IN TIIH AREA hair ihlmoi hav long
Be said worn goggl
1115 Winter
of omnUInt In ". "
*" /rosy For Part-Tim Work for
Garden. Fla. 11.4.11eDISTRIBUTORSIIIP pf whiua I. d.llnr.d 10 you like ihlddi of bon. or wood with thin It'
MILBERGER htr.wiih .. 0' before Imbp Fairs Income die In 'them to r.duc the glut, '
I, A. H, lout. Rerenlon
Depression Proof
,.. fail not or doe pro .,,;
Hilda T.Realtor. Nt/A/ conf.uo will k. .nt.r.d iialnit Bualnrai) ,,
REFRIGERATION AND BALES OPPORTUNITY coo for Iho r.tI.1 pr.nd In the T. Mrr......1.. ,... world ,.... -
billIltI NATUIIICC'OP nun athlenib .. HA'a..S5.
,Legal Bevtraies Old established company, SAID SUIT and TlaiMi.. ......... .
a .n.1nap
ft RENTAL ft SALES n1.tNI: mil nlvorro.WITNKMI ...., ...,.
SERVICE foremost In Its field. 1 I. now expanding my hand sod.. lb.coal mm< IM'll-ronrwl.
ft ACREAGE ft LOTS In Florida and offersa of paid Court al Ur..n 155. feel i malkM| alt for. Hia-k........rmiNMraU ..._>1.
Open S A. M. to 1 A. M. Residential CommercialIndustrial Covo Unrlnit.. rinrlda. this IOINIM. In ...,. .,.....
Cu1ICI.mlmm. HfrluIS.. I qualified man In this area and ty of Nov.mb.r, A, D .. duller ....e..repealril'l'ails ..
..4 ......g an exclusive contracted franchise I"'. erslly meld. a
(SKALrnnar KUNtow'iwr ....,.. .........rps.
P.bMI'Itree' .
I 8. Serving Greater Clay C. 01
Duval Line County
County arrangement with attractive \ r.. ( "n'.1 Laa. .!.. ., ...<.!. \
!Home Phone SI4l7ltutlneM Notary Public employee benefit Cl.rk Circuit Court I.........., ......... from ....It..
North of Oran
Park program.Age <
llr Vlvl.n II. Rohm mt i. MMWIW ,.. .,...-........ .
Phone tI4- Sll PHONE: 29-fiO. Man who is wlectedmU.1 iM-nnt "''.r. c.. ........... ,..>, *

Office 114-3411 have good car, satisfactory T J JKMNINilM' .. for PlaintiffNOTICE Jn.Attain. I IMOHK,V . 11IAVCESTV BOATS part
Orange Ave. 9. al Bay Ik credit AAdr. IHH . HK till II
standing and reputation IIM > Nil**
I' It non Ili 11..1......... /iallahl. ...... Armed Sotvlc.i Villon Commlit* o..
APPLIANCE Green Cove Spring* plus reasonable amountof 0,.." C.... Sprlnn. Florida.'. I.. ..>.".,. 4 ,. .|>.,. knur. oMrrk. porlmonlt. li woo found Mat the guards
1I"/ ltp rrllmklr acts two ........
cash for Investment . For .. ... .. who worliil without proper tun glaiicl
INLET MARINA re n ssd c ,.. 5.. ..,...
SERVICE mioLsTrnrAI0 confidential Interview, write: llae carS wrarllr lo reward!** had Ihelr ability to ie of night cut of
5.I'ru- .| sap-ma. I-.rIon.. bad In half, adding
Me Repair All Brands R. M. GRIMM lmmaivrably lo /Iho
ass BoatyardMERCI'RY From this day forward I will It I,5"l.trr.writ. .. *, l.i .k.r.lMl. dartgri of nlghl lime driving,
i | r.leiiraaln.MMS ; .
'Servicing day Countytor Z P. O. Bet HIS Coals
UPHOLSTERY ,, ......
not I be reiporulble for debts Incurred oil MM, I alter \
81.tHa Tears ] PHONE In.IS" clip Illr 51. *.. I...'.... ,.,..
lit Magnolia Avenue by anyone other than ,
fihun. numberOI51 gsggt
nee Park Ph. !,'.ISIS RALE A UB1CEBO.'TI.tOTORS.TRAILERI Green Cove Spring IIHIUOITOUTUNITV myself. 111 I wnn.raue.I..IMlTM.Mir'."..IU 11.IP55i.e05151 ,'r 5 y ri p'' Bi

Phone 114-3714 Willie Presley plummer, .

ULLERTON'Stl U Wet A Dry SIen,. FURNITURECANVAS I"N'L'Stl.ll/ Green Cove Sprints Florid :

N. Orange AT*. Marine Way WORK 1I-4-41P


Orange Park Phone 4-M1J SLIPCOVERS MADE west Coa.t Corporation re- (

I OCN1TNO--, I "New Furniture I really reorianlertf that can FOR SALE Today KfenrJrVcof/y/ / / Joilgnod/ gloaim r

MOBILE' : HOMESMOBILE with the Old Comfort. withstand rigid financial n. FOR Urtm are good I la lauich and
D ACCOUNTING amlnalkin !b offerinc on a lernb'l lay Ian sun glaitot hi pro- d II la1S
C. A. HCMMEt ne-fraachl.. fee .basis l exeloalve .*,.*. Span Feel hit tile eyes from .... hoiordi anddixonfo't 4.

AND HOMES I .- '''trlbalorabl,.. TbUI of gla,. from dintoI
T.1SERViC; }: I a product In demand .by SURPLUSINS11LATIO4 BIG RESULTS >."l. pek.lal l look at,., Ih.m I
. LUIe Kenney. Owner Me buy Mil or trade BAXLEY TRIM SHOP every home owner and everybwHimc
Orange Ave. Green Cove
Factory outlet for Taylor MM Ue.1 Idlrwlld Avenue and I* currently be-. This .is top grade mater

TeL ."-nll Mobile. Horn* built la GrreaCove I R-l. Des It lag used .by ouch national or. lal used In the walls Of the

'onnliznl Services Spring. R.e the big 12M I P4... SM-Uel ganisations as Hear. Roebuck. vertical assembly building

laWountinjr square foot *.....ra..*
& Tax EaC ....._ _. ... and varion* Wane be* of the
our let ou UUhwsy II r. ''' '. ....... Your In any quantities
ReturnsFor ..d.aapl. .. .... r.. ,.. ...y armed fere*. Product INfop
ST. JOHNS MOBILE 110341.1INC. k.., I. ..11re.....' .pMa lor 37S cent per square
.\ (VTOIOTIVKtiml ,: eent gusratecdi Ins foot. This cats us over
pueinees. Fitmq. II v.tment from Met to .....
seven cents In car load lot*.
IndividoalTlSG *. TeL 214-3111 Grow Cove Sr y.. M*. Investment guaranteed .BEALESTATE
You can a 30x40
rTK.VITUKKHarold : with IN .
per HII'.11. .. foot attic for $5.00.
I OIL MILK DELIVERY .. a.sSy.. Owner Manufacturer" hae proven

FREE PICK IT A method of .laUthl.... ads CLIMATE.Conditioning 11 \\ n"- *


W.D.Morris A factory repreomtativa. will Corp.Pbone .
H... Deuvery Of STAMPS 3
aoitot you in ortUng up your I IM-lell sod ask

b*...*... For cwnpleto detail RERL COMMERCIAL -
Pbtrfbutor ESTATE
RUBBER and dearripUve Uteratur for Gads Tamer

KEROSENEHEAliNG All Milk tyros National (Them- le-IMle *.ACRE'AGE .

Jersey ....... JWp, ISM Pag .
For Industrial ...... St. Look, - w i I / jjj$
a Made T. OrderJOHN'S MbMuri 13131 or oaR eoP -- .&

rr-- slenke bet Robert T. Adam at 97 .

FUEL CALL W4-fM or 284.1194n'NsmRE RADIO & TV ,- |JJSTIC M ifmE) TO YOU HtW ItOMt" 1

SI W. Wsmut $t I TIMBER

Green Cov* Springs
... I 0 DAIRY ARMS lijilda '
CHURCH .. Pussell
i c,... Cove TkUity FURNiTUIIECOMPANY Cor. E. ....... St. A ruiuc juinci of THE PEACE

N. ......a Ave. Long Tern . no Dial 284.9481 '

ALL TYPES GREEN COVC SPRINGS penalty pa propayment'FEDERAL .'' 'DIAL. jo

Cabinet Paneaagture FLORIDA LAND. SWINGS

floe FWBltureCarpectac Frame. Saaal Boat JIf... T. 1113SsSMsi BANK ASSOCIATION
Etc. of GaJoMvtn

( IE SERVICE, 'Sf A.. C/apMa boo Appliance............ I. O WAINWRIGHTBtisainatuju .ADAM AND FALLEN 311 .W. 134k aUrH, ... t j I
a.wII Bevd.iMfcaonvta A**. Gel A ..... ........ v .JU..1 I ''

'IIJ Orasp ..C... .-, | IT ,..... U4-17t4 I ed to attend ear ... I II





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Clay County Servicemen OCTOBER HOMECOMING 19, 1965, Future Artists

Homecoming festivities begs BD"'J As A Matter Of Fact I
a :w early last week when the cheerleaders t ;

1 asked, "What's U:I0
r Oood Word?" AU within heal
ing distance yelled, "Beat 8
Joel", filling the halls wit t.y e BOWINGWon LoKingfishers Burlington Industries, Inc. Jut week reported record

noise and excitement. Monda 23 9 sales and earnings for its 1965 fiscal year and announced

was "What's the Oood Wor Professors 20 12 plans for the largest capital Investment program in the
Day" and all day long student r
8-Balls 19% 124 diversified textile company's history.
YA spirits mounted.
St. Johns I? 17
1 Every student made a schot Jokers 144 17 H Burlington's consolidated net sales for the year ended

spirit sign bearing such slo ,:vh Untouchables 134 181/ October 2, were $1,313 million, compared to $1,206 million

t gans as, "Beat St. Joe," "Smasl] i_ Magnolia 13 19 In 1964. Net earnings were $68 million, equal to $2.76 a
the Flashes," and "HarplnesIs
Rebels II% 224
share on 24,845,000 common shares then outstanding. For
Beating the St. Joe Flashes'Thursday In a battle for first place '
'? the previous fiscal year, net earnings were equal to $2.09
was "Color Day. Monday night, the Kingfishers
a share
Every student was patrlotii c blasted the 8-Balls :all four

and wore the school colors tames to move Into a 3-gam Sales for the Company's final quarter were $331 million, ,

Barry K. As'ble Harvey A. Mean, Jr. Blue and white.Thursday lead. Doc Turner led all bowl compared to $317 million for the period last year Net
night, a large pei ers with a fine' :249, 222, 838
earnings for the quarter were equal'to 71 cents a share,
Airman Barry K. Asble, soof Airman Harvey A. Mears, Jr., rally was held In the gym, afterward total. Mary Everett topped the
compared to 64 cents share for the year earlier period.
Mr. and Mrs Ryan E. Tully son of Mr. and Mrs. Mears of to the school parklnf women with a 4JI set Freeman a ,

Oreen Cove, has been assigned Oreen Cove,,has been assignedto lot where they burned a St. Winners In a Hallowe'en art contest, In Orange Park's Everett rolled a 22* and with Charles P. Myers, Jr., president, said Burlington's capital

to Travis AFB, Calif, Tyndall AFB. Fla., after Joe player in effigy. two elementary school are pictured with Louis L.'Hnnlleyas handicap set a new high single program for 196ff will total approximately 8125 million,

after completing basic training completing Air Force basic AU school organizations am be awarded the priica. Shown above, winner at Orange) tame record for the season of or about 80 per cent above the $" million spent last year.

A 1965 graduate of the Watkins training. A 1963 graduate of classes were represented by a Park Elementary school are, at the top, Dorothy Hutchinson 2511. Al Ivey' had a 204 single Burlington has five new manufacturing: plants and a new'

School, he will be trainedon Clay High School, he will be float Jn the parade Friday. Ir one of the two teaehers In the school whose classes had and 858 set. research facility already underway, none of them In Florida.

the job as a transportation trained on the job as a vehicle addition to the floats, the Cia the greatest percentage participation! ; second row, L to r.l
specialist with the Military Air maintenance specialist with High Band marched and manj Ricky Smith, fifth trader, and Mrs Dorothy Johnson whose Mr. Myers said capital Investment In 1968 will be divided

Transport Service. the Air Defense Command. students drove cars with pepclub entire class participated In the contests: and from L to r.i BISHOP NAMES about evenly between modernization and expansion with

r members. Robert Reese, Pastel Scales, Keith Light and Mr. Bentley GRESLKT PRIEST adequate funds on hand to finance the program.

R. D. Taylor, son of Mr. The Rev John Stanley Ores- Ware employee of Burlington, will share In an estimated

and Mrs Harry C. Taylor of Lewis L. Lanler, son of Mr. ley, a graduate of BewanneeThfrerslty 87 million which the Company will contribute this year to

PARTRIDGEI Mlddleburg, is attending Radio and Mrs. A. E. LanIer of Mid- and the Sewanee Its profit sharing retirement program. Contributions from

I man School at the U. S. Coast dleburg has been promoted to I School of Theology, has been profits now total In excess of flU million In the three

WELL DRILLING Ouard Center at Oroton, Conn airman second class in the U. monad prlest-ln-chargr of St. yean the program lee, been to operation

The 24-week school offers In. S. Air Force. Marys Episcopal Church,
tructlon in the operation of Green Cove, by the Rico Rev Mr. Myers said Burlington's performance last year
Airman LanIer is an air po- was attributable to a number of factors; Including new
COMPANY radio receivers Blimp
and transmitters Hamilton West Episcopal
t liceman at Bentwaters RAPStation product development: and Improved fabric styling and merchandising .
radio direction finders, of Florida.'
SINCE im England He Is a mem- J' which
n aided by an expanding general economy
teletypewriters and facsimile The pulpit of St. Maryr has
2" THRU 6"f equipment. ber of the U. S. Air Forces In been vacant for several month has helped the company increase sales volume and Improve-
Europe, America's overseas air
AND ARTESIAN WELLS since the resignation of the profit margins"In
arm assigned to NATO. He Is
Hawing' Will SptcfofJtl, SP/5 Herman LeRoy Our, a graduate of Orange Park. HeY: William P., Erwin. commenting on current business Mr. Myers said:
with his wife and son, has High School. Mir. Oresley, who Is native "Textile fabric prices are generally firm. Burlington's order
k of Beaufort, S C. was educated -: rate are at a high level and approximately -
ELECTRIC PUMPS & been a guest of his parents, Mr. r backlogs and operating
and Mrs. J. M. Ourr, at their at Christ School, Arden, In line with this time last year, and our finished
WATER SYSTEMSF. home In Oreen Cove. Follow. Yeoman Third Class H Rodger North Carolina and received goods inventories are In excellent condition compared with

ng his return to his post at Oalney, ,son of Mrs. Frances hit baccalaureate degree at Se the current rate of sales"
and Seaman James R. ance In 1943. He served asan
H. A. TERMS Ft. Richardson, Alaska, Sgt. #
Miller, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. officer in the Navy from
Ourr will be assigned to duty, .
James H. Miller both of Or- 19., until 1946; and was graduated A search .Is in progress In northeast Florida for approximately -
at his own request, in VietNam
ange Park, crewmembera of at the Sewanee Theo 4,000 missing persona.
His wife and son will
the attack carrier USS Forres- Winners at the T. C. Miller school, are, back row, L to M logical School with a degree in '
stay with her parents, Lt. Col These are the people, 65 years of age or older, who are
tal, celebrated their ship's 10th Mrs Annie White, teacher, Willie Paul Francis Gwendolyn Divinity In 1953. He was ordained I
and Mrs W. D. in Wash. benefits but
Oetz. not eligible for monthly social security are
anniversary Oct. 1, In Genoa Jackson and Mrs G. S. Mathls. Front row, L to r.t Daisy a priest by the Rt. Rev.,
Ington, until his return from eligible for hospital and medical Insurance under the new
CALL LONG DISTANCE Asia Italy. Austin, Johnny Robinson and Connie Jones, irault Jones, of the Episcopal medicare program.
Diocese of Louisiana In 1954.
Jacksonville, Fla. Named after a former Secretary '
of the Navy the For- R. B. Donaldson, Jacksonville district manager of the

1389-1438"" restal scheduled to visit portsin CLAY COUNTY 10TII IN Social Security office, calls them the "missing due to In.

RECORDS Italy, France, Spain and I'LPWOOD CUT IN STATE action" because, although eligible, they have not made an

MEMBER OF FLA. S NATIONAL Greece and Is expected to return Iita C Clay County last year rank application for health Insurance protection and benefits."WI' .

WATER WELL ASSOCIATIONS/ JOHN'S RADIO *; T.V. to her homeport of Nor K ed tenth In the State in the a- there who are
know are 4,000 citizen this area
5860 HYDE GROVE AVE. 24 W. Walnut St. folk in late March. mount of pulpwood cut, according over 68," Donaldson said, "but we don't know how to reach

to the Stats Chamber of them and they are largely unknown to welfare offices the

----- Army Specialist Four James Commerce.The county area served by Jacksonville Social Security
State's total cut of pulp- '" ... ..
C. Williams, whose wife, Mary, office
wood last year, totaling more
and mother Mrs. Luclle Williams *
Don L-
than 2.7 million cords of pine,
in Mlddleburg, has
>toN' hardwoods and wood residues, Approximately 4,000 Florida farmers, growers and
COIN LAUNDRY qualified as expert I nflring was up 30 per cent from 1960 ranchers In Florida were being served by 10 production
M-14 rifleat
the high-powered t4L tea while the national average Increase credit associations with nearly $96 million In short and
Palmetto A Houston, Green Cove
Fort Hood, Tex.,
was only 26 per cent Intermediate-term credit as of August 31, according to J
Open 24 Hours Every Dsy Specialist Williams a driver 0/. The Chamber said Nassau E. Dukes, general manager of the Northeast Production

ranee-Bendlx Machines) in Company C, 2d Battalion County led In Florida with a Credit Association.

Double Loads 150 ll-Lb. Single Loadst ... of the 2d Armored Division's60th total cut of more than 173.000
Infantry at Fort Hood. He Dukes reports the loan volume of these farmerownedand
Puff Dryi lie cords. The next two top producers -
entered the Army in January, operated credit cooperatives In Florida has increasedby
were Taylor
EVERYBODY WELCOME! 1964, and completed basic cordsand Marlon (93,700( over $1) million during the put year.

training at Fort Polk, La. cords). CUy's total cut of pulp-
Light the top winner at Orange Park Elementary
wood was 73,800 cord
School, with Mr. Jluntle,.

YOU ARE INVITED TO NOTES AND QUOTES Jacksonville last week. ThoM, Saturday enjoying night the of I SEE YOU ATEchie's

evening were; Mind, Masters
Tonne OUmore, Elaine Thorn

'. i Middleburg SocialsBy an, Jim Bailey, Mickey Fount-

i Lain Mike Lee, Steve Bar hiow,

David Moody, Alan Jefferson
EDNA McDONALD on the $300 million road bond
HEARLESTER Cliff Clark David Albrittonsad
Issue Mrs Saunders enjoyed
Word comes from the regional Mr. Hopgcod.
a visit with an aunt and uncle
office of the Post Office Department
Mr. and Mrs Claude McData-
in Atlanta and also leis Among the more than a i
from Congressman Billy MathSws thousand attending a. bslsw

that J. E. McDonald hashemp cut In Union County last Saturday IN
1r I awarded the contract to Mrs Robert OUmore edsn were Mr. and Mrs. ..-

build a new post office at Mid- haired members of her Sunday Dry Johns and Mrs. J. A. Saun-

dleburg. It will be about twice School class on Monday evening den The feast was. glen by

ROLOFF the lilt of the present office last week Those erdsvtnc Sheriff Jotus WhlUbead at the
the business and th* social
and of modern design. Whltehead RwUnff Late
hour were::: .... L. P. Thomas,

Heard nation-wide on the "Family Altar" radio program. Evangelist Those from hen attending Mrs Annie Green Mr-. Aana The KaBowo'en Carnival Lre&s4.Meeij

the Garden Club at the homeof Saunders' Mrs. Oladya Johns, sponsored by the F-TA was a
I Roloff is supervisor of the "City of Refuge" home for alcoholics, Mrs Louis Huntley of Doetor's Mrs Leon BaMne, Mr. and huge. suceees with all the JPOOUandIlobInI
Mrs. W. I. Negrych awl Mrs. cut for the
Inlet of last
dope addicts ; and also "The Light House'," home for juvenile delinquent week wen:on Mesdames Thursday Eleanor CarrIe Taylor. occasion The pony rides were

boys, Richardson, Esther Onann '- a special attraction for the
1 lone Huntley, Minnie Lou Clark Coming soon! Tasmt Show small fry
and Jude Howard. Sponsored by the chic Club

h'' Watch for further announcemania ....: and Mn. Paul dark: INCREASE
'Enjoying a family reunion Don't miss this one. wear the ....-.. at the Carl

recently i la the beautiful new Clark home ennute to their

bame of Mr. and Mrs S. D.Saundsrt Support your Fin Depart- home at Naples. WITH APCAINTERMEDIATE'

tl First Baptist Church ; wen all the children mint and Civic chub, Many
f ; and their families.. CpL and good things can be accomplUhed CHURCH' NOTES !

hire .Rohert.Saunderefrom by working together.. ......... Chertb ,Meek Edwards -
r Portsmouth' Va. the Rev and PeeUriITJXDAT- TERM LOAN :

;4 2)5) W WALNOT STREET Mrs. William. Saunden and I Wtn happJ,&0 know 'that .
children of OainesviUe, and Mrs. Selvya Frisbee Jerry) si Preaching Service t.M: A. M. .

Mr. and Mn. J. L. Aivens and home from the hospital Church School ,.. 1I48AJC.M.T. : 7. riper

. GREEN COVE SPRNGS{ FLORIDA I children of MMdleburf. P. ..... .. ,. I.JOPM.: ysan ti ,
,_ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ktacakleof. lUrtval Meeting Nov. 14 thru

I Recent week-end guests In Keystone Heights wen 19;, Rev. Pick"'-. from Oak- I'IIMII' lie tssa ley/se.

+ the homes of .)tr. and Mrs. guests of Mrs, J. A. Saunders crest Methodist Church Jack.D.piM orb eA lie leweetBSSSISS pse.IswR
d Tan e.a .. ..o .
\ NOV. Joe B. Huntley and Mr.tend and Mra.Emory Johns Sunday snavtne. .
8th14th Man JCA .....
i Mrs. J, JV: McDonald were Mr, 'Tesj ( rr
and Mrs. Guy Wilson daughter Set and Mrs Joe Howard of CWrea. t C. Job.mti'ss ..... .... pee nnw-

I Man and son David Mr. and Hawaii plan to leave Friday' Ihaada nt4b Jllq k
( r. J Mrs. Pete Wilson an of Allants for n: .Ton, Calif having SUNDAY ....._ sso --
7:30 KM .
rJt : > and Mr. and Mn. Oordon spent the put two weeks with i iIIr Sunday School '- 9:48 AM

McDonald and daughter of \. Howard parents the Cart' Preaching. Sneaks ? 11:.. JLM

Jacksonville. dark's. and 7:30: P..M. 711DW

I .. T. U. _0. ......... 1:10: red .i0a/'aDw t>rsrl
: Nursery '
Opeii.feu&fita&i. Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Saunders A group of Intermediate;boys. Youth Ptnowmblff 8.M.F.M. ........ .
"" '. ..,. feu&fita&i +DMINMMat, -M.. I. were In Madison .last, week.Wlufc and girls from the "'1'.0. under Prayer Meeting Wed. T.M: Pit .. ....... ....
'oo-J- '<)I,. '" bra Caaa.Bopgood A-M !.Yee Irsal"pmW o.
1 : .-_' _._. "".'_ Mr. Saunders spoke the leadership ol Mr. TWUttoo. Thun. 9:18: t4tM1
Ib.-.J to the Rotary and Lions Chios attended the Fair ta and 7.JO: Pit ....- I... No lEY 4EMSr



T. ,

- HI:BSD AT, NOVEMBER 4. IMS (Hay( County (Crescent PACK SEVEN

11 1 M H & Penney Farms Annual School of Instruction I THIRTY-SIX ON GCS JR. HIH' HONOR- ROLL ,I

"; MSS HERBERT D. MYKKS. Fbane M- lit Twenty-two girls and 14 boys Shedd. Martin Bplbtier: and
made the honor roll at Green Miracle,
Thomas a. Cleaver
he Rev. | Brandon, Manitoba and Decatur will be a big day for the Wornen's
:. be the preacher at the 11 111. He served the International Cove Junior High during th.fir.t Eighth grade honor student
Guild of Penney Memorial
services Sunday Pen. six. weeks according to are: Bobby Eastham Norlene
I ock YMCA in England
Memorial Church. France Church. It is "World's Community Joseph H. Elliott, principal Elliott James Jett, John Ken-
and Germany World be
Day" and will observed Though students follow the
rsjer meeting. Wednesday War X. tell Lynda Klrker. Bob Martin -
will be led by the Rev. by women's groups all ty- I same general curriculum they Virginia Murphy Norman
Dr. SUtton served u Presby over the country. Miss C Tar-. pursue their studies in appropriate .. I Newton Evelyn Morris, Sarah
Ouptlll. terian minister at Towanda. bell chairman of the Guild '
Prayer meeting groups. Petty, Janice Redding Susan
ntercessory Hi! Talaquah, Okla.;' Western Missionary Committee will ..
orrow (Friday), 9.30: AM. Seventh graders on the honor Rivers Tom Ryan Shelly Sch-
: Highlands Kansas City; Lincoln preside.\ roll are: Debbie Bennett roofer, Gale Shearer Anne
ecture room HL: Raseo Presbyterian The meeting will open witha Peggy Brown Theresa Crock. Simons, Kay Stone Harry
Church,Kansas City Mo; Her- brief devotional meditation ? i iq ett, Leon Green. Ruth Hawkins Stone Diane Swanson, Adrian
he Annual Meeting of theC Ington and Hiawatha" Has and will then be followed by an t i Paula Linsley Jesse McCoy .. Thlbault, Mike Valle, Grace
Golf Club will be held in After retirement, Dr. Sutton address by Professor William Jeanne McMullIan, TIm Williams and Cheryl Wood.
lecture room, Nov 11, 1:30: was called to. the Congregational Earl Carter of the Departmentof Murphy, Hattie Oliver Linda
Church Spring Valley Anthropology of the University k
minola. He.was sent by the of Florida; Gainesville. : ) ;;jlLM DCS OES AUTO LAFFS
jr, George S.' Button, who Congregational Office to Nan-. His subject will, be -North All former matrons and patrons ..
nt his early life near Tree tucket. Mass, during World America Involvement In Latin of the Green Cove chap..
t, IU, died tart war at War aWhile American Culture Change"Dr. V i rAt __ ter. Order of the Eastern Star .
{C. He wits' M yean old. in Boston, he studied Carter Is'an engaging speaker will be honored at a chapter
untying are bit widow Mrs i at the Boston School of Adult and be win know bow to make meeting scheduled for Nov 11,
elmS Button; a daughter ,Oil Painting, several summer his subject Interesting. He' according to Mrs. L P. Fits i iI iO
Ralph Wood, of Boston: terms,under Emile' Orupees at pent several years la educational almmons worthy matron. I
on, David of Chicago; and Rocky Neck, Mass., work especially in Uruguay _u Representing the chapter in
sister Mrs Oscar Laird of After rearing, he served as and Bolivia under the the anneal aebeol .f Instraetlaa fr, superintendent af'schools;"' Mrs L. A.spenaared 8t. Augustine on Monday when
le River.HL Pastor of Rio Vista Church at auspices of the Methodist Boardof ey the Ceaaty Caroll ef Parents 'Blnna, Coaaell president. Mrs. Myron Dice. the grand instructor of District i i.rIMrs
Memorial services and burial 8t Petersburg; also at the Missions. 'His command of and. Teachers, were. L te r.i Mrs C. J. Falls past state president ef the F-TAj and Mrs. 23 was honored were Mrs.
in MHC cemetery. Jacksonville Beach PresbyterIan the Spanish lancuace- ooened- via president the reuelli; ''' P. Trues, Page Haddock, district president Graham Sellck Mrs. Clinton TUST OUR
Button. received his AB which Is now The Palm many doors for special stilly Bannell, Mrs. Joseph Neth, Mrs. USUAL SERVICE/
ice, also the SB degree in Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville and research In Latin Ameri Insight,into the mysteries of The gloomy weather did not I Marie Butterfass has succeeded Chauncey Moore and Mrs.. Robert
I at Valparaiso Tjflalveriity Beach. ca. Re was appointed Research radio communication. deter the progressive optlmlaUc I ed Mrs Herbert D. Myers asReporter Gravely. In auto service It's the details .
Indiana. In 1(2) he took a Penow in the U. a Office of The nut meeting of the tricycle enthusiasts ,from I for MHC and Penney At a recent meeting of the that count. We know
!tr'. from University of The executive committee of Education, In the National Institute Symposium Club will be on having their Halloween Parade Farms news From now on chapter. Mrs Ida Mae Brooker that our business depends
buque, Iowa, and his doctor the Women's Guild will meet of Mental Health, and Nov >, at the Howards, when on Saturday morning.;: They all items for the Clay County was initiated into the order. on YOUR APPROVAL.
there the tune year at the home of Mrs. E. R. Wil. in the Department of Anthropology the Rev Clarence' Miller will formed a line on Poling Boulevard .. Crescent should be given to '
e vat the general secretary son Tuesday Nov 9, >:SO ajn. of Columbia University read a paper on "Canal Across in front of the church and I Miss Butterfass at apartment Admiral and Mrs. Chauncey LARUE'S
Jie\ YMCA at Kewanee 111.: The next meeting, Nov. 10, He conducted a survey of Protestant Central America. I proceeded north on Poling I J-3, In the Quadrangle, or put Moore, with Mesdames Mae
activities In Peru. Boliv I Boulevard, east on Morton them in the Crescent News Box Hendrtcks, Ullle Bsnnell. Lois SERVICE STATION
Chile and Argentina. Recent guests of airs. Roy E. Drive, south on Ott Avenue, on the table In the Quadrangle Gravely and Mary Ellen Sellck Pbeas lit.....
I 11&Dr. Carter comes well equipped Crosby were her sister-in-law west on Carolina Boulevard to Lounge. Also, news Items addressed .. at.tendedh.e official visit of gentles Hwy II .A 11
to lead his audience Into a and husband. Mr. and Mrs the Quadrangle, circled the Inner to Miss Butterfass and the Deputy Grand Matron. 0 Ores. Cave Sprlage
I cross-currents of change and William C. Raymond of Mel- court, out and around the left at the MHC Main Office E:. 8. in Crescent City "last week
upheaval that agitate the pop. rose Mass The Raymonds have Clinic, north on Liwls Avenue, should reach her ,
ulstlons of the world. gone to St. Petersburg when past the MHC Office and disbanded Mrs Myers wishes to thankall
The meeting will commenceat they will retire In The Palm at the church. those who so willingly cooperated COTNEYTIRE
2:41 pjn. and Is open to all Shores Baptist Home which is I Those participating were Mrs. In giving news Items t
who are Interested In world affairs under construction: Ono B. Coons Mrs,Irvin Poster for the Crescent, In the put
An offering will be asked Miss Carrie Marur, Mrs.
for the work of the United Week-end guests of The Rev Spencer Earl, Mrs. Prank Oracey HELPLESS VICTIM: Collectors c
Church Women in Chile. and Mrs Alfred O. Hempatead r Mrs Danleld Snyder Miss of spiders have discovered I n ". SERVICE
were Mr. Robert E. Hemman Kettle >Beal Mrs Katherine an easy way of locating specimens
The Symposium Club met on their son and Stephen Teed and Mrs Herbert D. Myers. of certain varieties Upon
Tuesday the 26th at the homeof R. Hemman their. grandson of Miss Florence Heal rode In examination of the nests of Cs,. Park .A Mac JasaeeBvllleFfcenei
the Rev C. E Schrtver witha Norwood Mass. the basket of Mrs Ono B mud dauber., they often find EV Mill er Et .-5411
full attendance and two ,tat. Coons' tricycle paralysed spiders which are
ton. The Rev. C. A. Miller, as On Tuesday, Oct. 38th, Mrs Pun yes lots of It. Interesting being stored as food for the I
costumes Leave it to the ladles wasp larvae. The wasp ls
president, presided and calledon Springer had a happy surprise
I: the secretary, the Rev. an over-night' visit from her to have a good time ably the spider's greatest Prob"l TIflESt"Pp.
Prank Grassy to open the nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Beginning this week Miss eneror.John's .
I meeting with prayer. Everett Pearson of Seattle.
OWOPEN After the visitors were Intro- They are practically circlingthe
.. duced U.8. mainland touring and .. UM amaBset.. to Ike LAMQUT!
a paper on"Radio Communication ,
,Television and Radio visiting friends and relatives Radio & TV Distributor Miller Tires Autollto Batteries
I 430. '! to .. : Amateurs" was read by Dr, as they came east to Niagara
: ., A.'David Thaeler Jr. Drawings Palls, to Mew England, then BOA -ir- ZENITH CAPPING .1.: RETREADINaREPAHUNO '
and diagrams prepared by theWeaker keeping south to Key Wan, and
OON TO 9:30: SATs, SUNS HOLIDAYS( were' helpful la assisting returning to the Northwest via AMANA NOROE APPLIANCES'e
the audience to understand El Paso Phoenix and Los Angeles -ancIlD-
t Fried Chicken Fried Oysters some of the moat technical ref. by Dee, 1st. Experienced Service On All Makes A Model ORANGE PARK
erencee. The lecturer la himself IBRYINO CLAY COUNTY OTBH II YEARS
Fried Shrimp Fillet of Flounder a "radio-ham" and he revealed The Rev and Mrs. Robert -e-e- Sinclair Station Road Service
an astonishing knowledge Moore of Bridgeport, Conn., 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs
\ with Slaw, French Fries and Roll ef the Intricacies of radio were recent visitors of the Rev Phone 284-3122 111 V. .. Highway IT FhesM MtJill
transmission. The reason why and UrL Percy Batchelor.
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Dr. Thaeler ls as expert In his
I -= TO GO knowledge of radio tubes grids

amplifiers and wave lengths as
i I Phone 284-9224 he 1s in his knowledge of the Introducing the tuned
insides of his patients U that car.
during the many yean of his
I HANEY'Slorida medical missionary service inCentral
America, he had to be
t his own mechanic when any
of his seta got "sick", There 1966 Buick.
! were no mechanics within 300
.Fried Chicken miles who could help him.
A rote of thanks was heartily What makei a ear 9 car styling, performance/ , ride and handling. Only uhen, they'reall
i 11_,. 17 North Jed Aerees Oewraer Creek Bridget supported for the blUr doctor tuned togrtfirr it the car a Buick. Like this '66 Skylark Gran Sport ed
who had managed to find time
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I PAGE EIGHT K1(County Crescent! THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4. illS l

The first Great Books discussion -

r In Oreen Cove got off AND ,
Charles E Ben- extended to Florida Governor
when 22
a fine start last week
nett will be the principal speaker Haydon Burns, Rear Admiral I
at the 20th Anniversary Henry H. Caldwell CommanderFleet to a fine start last week when ,
dinner-dance celebration of the Air Jacksonville commending 22 interested organizational persons meeting attendedan I IT WITH A I g :
Orange Park Fleet Reserve As officers of the Navy r
Leslie Paul Southern area
sedation, at the George Washington and Marine Corps establish- Introduced
director for the Foundation
Hotel in Jacksonvilleon ments throughout the area and the program to the : !
and county of-
November 11 to several city
croup and led in a lively discussion r
A highlight of the evening' ficials. of the "Happiness" i
activities will be the presentation Among the honored guest Aristotle '
dissertation from
of a weather-beaten American also invited will be many of the t
"Rhetoric, fib tatVtCSMD MWMBt
flag that flew over 30 Charter Members whose :: J'
I Mr*. R M Paterson and
U 8, Navy headquarters support name appears on the Branch Mrs R.:E. Scott have agreed to \
activity In Saigon. It will 91 Charter for its organization be discussion leaders for the ,
be" presented by the wife of a on 24 December 1945. All for
group Others will be called on '
Branch SI member Navy Sea- mer Branch 91 presidents have \ MDsTAMPdj
to lead specific discussions u .
bee Chief Clem Lea, currentlyon also been extended guest invitations needed. e l

duty In Vietnam .
The group will meet on the ,
Mrs Sandria Lea of Orange National FRA officers, as wellas '
Park will present the flag to officers and members of all NO STORM IT JU8T FELL first and third Monday night
at .:00 o'clock.:
Branch President Cecil M. Stewart FRA branches throughout Nor- Howard P. Cooper president''of The Crescent, narrowly The next meeting scheduled ..,.

for enshrinement at the theast Florida, have been Invited escaped serious injury but Saturday when a huge branch for November when the Declaration ; j
Branch 91 home to participate In the anniversary of a tree next to The Crescent collapsed a few feet behind of Independence will
Chief Lea. who was presented celebration honoring him. The branch fell not from any wind but from rot. Then be discussed :
the flag by Captain ArchieC Branch 91 as the oldest BranchIn are believed to be many such limbs all ever the City that There Is no chars for joining a I
Kuntz, Commanding Officer the area. could came heavy damages the but members -
of HED8UFPACT forwarded The dinner-dance celebration group GRADE 'A' DRESSED DRAWN FLORIDA OR GEORGIA SHIPPED
purchase paperback editions -
p the flag to Mrs Lea for presen- is open to the public and may
tation to the Branch. tickets can be purchased at the LEOIONAIRES SEEK post, American Legion charges of the readings. The 2 ,
first year' readings are now
Quest invitations have been Branch home,'at the NAB Jax MEETINGS ON VETS I "there appears to exist (in the' available at the library at FRYERS :: 28TEFLON l

CPO Club through any Branch DAY NEXT WEEKA United States) a dangerous .- I960
91 member or arranged for by ,
plea that Veterans Day'';, pathy feelings of confusion
SCHOOL TRUSTEES calling either of the following
next Thursday, be "supportedand I and a lack of Information and
numbers 264 9166,
(Cent from Page 1)) phone : encouraged without reservation clearly defined goals on the SAL APPLICATIONTO ,
389 3810. or 2649487.
the BE FILED Florida or Georgia
part of American people.
consideration of
guard might be eligible, the Master of ceremonies for the or per-
Attorney General did some I evening's activities will be Ha- sonal! convenience" is being The resolution calls for pub The organizational committee NOW 1/-stick .ICII' Shipped'

thing of an about-face and rold Baker news director for circulated throughout the State lic meeting to be held on Veterans of the proposed Federal F FRYERQUARTERS
said those who would under Channel 12, TV Jacksonville by Tallahassee American Leg- Da"relating to our responsibility Savings and Loan Association ON SALE TEFLDN.coaf.d
new fair market value" assessments lonalres to American service- in Orange Park reports that all ?' II COOK and IAKIWARI \

pay this year could Citing "various organizations men In Viet Nam the security requirements incidental to a \i

also exercise their rights of JEREMIAH HOLCOMB , now actively encouraging and welfare of the United charter application are nearly Tins Will'S nruss S\ I
democracy.On Services for Jeremiah Columbus States and the preservation of completed and formal requestfor Leg or
a movement to evade or defy 33c
be submitted
constitutional amendment Holcomb, 43-year-old a charter will
selective service , and some peace throughout the world" Breast IB. I
to the Home Loan Bank Board
No.1, authorizing the, manager of the Oreen Cove
, organizations , activelyand
within the next week.
State legislature to create an Fleet Reserve Club, were held
additional district appellate at the Helm Funeral Home overtly recruiting young CONGo GURNEY HEADS Roland Townsend one of the Grade 'A' Dressed
court more than 1,000 County chapel Sat Chaplain Dean Vel- Americans to go to North Viet MARCH OF DIMES IN THIS organizers says this II 1 another 9 Florid or Georgia

voters cast their ballots in favor tman of NAS, Jacksonville, officiated Nam and fight . against American FLORIDA REGION step toward the realization of Shipped

of the amendment while 402 forces," a resolution adopted Cong. Edward J. Gurney a much needed savings and 'a-p.m.., //J j7 B" BREAKFAST SKILLET FRYER F
voted against It. It is said that Mr. Holcomb died last Wed- by the Saule-Bridges Winter Park has been named loan facility He also says that
perhaps one out of 100 voters nesday at the NAS hospital A in all probability by the time
1966 Let .
regional chairman of the *
has any comprehension of what native of Nimmons, Ark., he POSTPONED PTA. National Foundation Marchof we go to press clearing of a b WEST BEND Thighs or 49c
the amendment retired chief commlssa- site for the association building
says or means was a Dimes Breast. LB.
CARNIVAL SATURDAYThe ;Basil Connor, president -
Constitutional amendment No yrman in the Navy and served will be under way.
announced In New York
2 authorizing the Legislatureto in both World War II and the Charles K. Bennett PT.A .- Towsend a Florida Gator
Mr. O'Connor said "the role Super Right Fine Quality Super Right Freshly 2.Ib. pkg. 8-Ib. pig
'provide: without referen- Korean War He had lived in meeting will be held this He graduated from Robert E.
Thursday, Nov. 4, at 1:30: p,mIn of volunteer regional chairman Lee School In Jacksonville -" LB.
dum thereon, , one additional Oreen Cove eight years High CHUCK ROAST 59 GROUND BEEF, $1.39 S1.99
county judge of Lake County He leaves his widow Mrs the school'cafetorlum The U a further 'sUp designed to and from the University of <

843 Clay County voters said Gloria Holcomb, four sisters program will be by the Glee widen public understanding of Florida School of Pharmacy.He Super Right Fine Quality ...&... Star BOMMM Cook**
Clubs Also it will be the last the threat of birth defect to
and 387 resounding and brothers owns and operates Orange
aye gave a two
nay Pall Jaearers were: Jack Day, chance to join the P-TA. la I the nation's well-being. '" Park Pharmacy and was Just CUBED STEAKS iJt.89< CANNED HAM 4 ..... *.. $$3A

Olenn Ryan, of Doctors Inlet Jim B"e.rer. L C. Miles Oscar the current membership con\ ) Gurney, working on a statewide recently accorded the honor of
a supervisory employe at Vlegelman, Jack Unson and testThe level, will aid in directing: being elected president of The

Johna-Manvllle received 87 ene Hartman. carnival which had to volunteer during the January Northeast Florida Pharmaceutical YELLOW CLING HALVES OB SLICED Save ltet i ... IT. Each
votes for school trustee. He Honorary pall bearers were: be postponed last Saturday because March of Dimf Campaign In Association
draw the largest number of J. W Moody, Daniel Moody of rain will be held this the 67 Florida counties
votes In this vital issue C. L. Leroy Drew Robert Drew John Saturday November 6, at 4:00: It 1 11 estimated that more You It lona Peaches 4 ; 89c

Geiger, Jr., of Oreen Cove got Podbevsek and Roscoe Bradley. pm. at the Llttl eLeague Field. than 1,000 children are born In
91 rotes and M L. Beasley, of Burial was In Hickory Drove The carnival parade will precede with serious birth defect every CRESCENT
COLD STREAM Bare let' 8e,. I*.
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