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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 )
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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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__As A, Matter Of Fact I New Office Post ForMiddleburg The' Alert That Wasn't Very' : I.1.1A


Total sales In the county In September. showed a 31 J Postmaster Oeneral,Lawren. LOUIS HUNT-LRE Nuclear Bomb Falls '."

per cent rite.from the year earlier levels according to \be'J10rIda et O'Brien hu announced that Huntley Bra Food Store
RetaIl Federation. The county Increase wa third a contract ha been awarded to expect to open a Jiffy Market In This Week's Crescent )

largest !In the state with only Santo ROM and 8t. John Mr. James X. McDonald. Mid. next to the Brown Building In "

topping It Statewide- rise from Sept 1X4 to Sept. 1909 wu dleburtr florid, to build the Orange Park within the next The Unalert Alert . . .... ... ., ... .,.. . ..., Page 1 Near Lade City; Most .
1 per .cent.. Dew post& office in Middleburg M days 1
which to being The Chamber of Commerce Potlikker
The market ,
-*- and rent It t6. the Pot Office

a TAXABLE SALES UP, TOO Department designed by Abner Hopkins, Paroled Dairy Worker Murdered .., ....,. .. .. Page 1 Agencies Unprepared//(
Jacksonville architect will be
;.Taxable 'retail tale In the county last month rose The announcement of the award ,(
: approximately a quarter of a million dollars from October advances the new buildint open dally ,from 1 o'clock it Edna McDonald' Middleburg . ., .. . . . Pag 0 .

1M4, according to figure released this week by J. Ed: closer to the construction: at'night.the morning. It will until contain 11 o'clocl 240C Dr. George Howard .. .. I" . .. .. .. . . . Page aMr It mlght'have been tragic , If It had been real .I
Straughn, director of the Florida Revenue Commission. atate. When fully operational, It might even have been funny .. if it hadn't been so unl-. I

The 9143 per cent rise, highest in the tate, wu more than the Postmaster Oeneral aald, square feet of apace. *. Herman Reed' Oreen Cove .,,, .... .. Pate 3 vernally goofed.
Meanwhile Louis L. Huntley, The headline might have said: Twenty thousand dead
four time greater than the statewide average.Straughn .
announced October sate tax collection In the modern additional equipment apace will.and In mon the president of Huntley Bra, Orange Hugh Smith . .. ., .. .... .. . ., .. . . . Pap 9 and dying In heavy nuclear fall-out; seven killed jammed In

. the county were more than [ IIOO. up from approximately. tout run, more than effect UM Park, announced this MHC New Reporter . . . . ... .. ..> . .. Page 1 the doorway of a shelter!' I
I 22.000 a year ago. extra coat Involved In producing week he would give away a it- The headline should lay: "Oh, I didn't know a bomb dropjpod.

At the same time, Straughn said gasoline sales In the more efficient handling of Inch portable Admiral television .. Zero School Mills Popular, not Prevalent . . . Page 1 When'"

county rose more than II per cent in September from year the mall. In accordwith Presl- set at a public drawing every . It .11 started on Monday with a heavily-touted two-day t
week from now until ChrIstmss. County Sales Up .. .. .. . . . As A Matter of Fact
earlier level. dent Johnson's directive to simulated nuclear alert All hand, or feet were briefed on the
Drawing will be held mmniRmhmmml procedure
- provide the best possible pot- .
BURLINGTON FELLOWSHIPS tal service at the least posslbli alternately at the company'sstores Civil defense agencies, law enforcement officer, schools

Five J. Spencer Love Fellowship for graduate study at cost In Orange Park and Palatka. Red Cross public volunteer fire repartment. business office,

the Harvard School of Business Administration have been "This project la In accordance the .stores Everyone check passing out through will be Father Of 4 Held In health official, etc, were told that on Monday the warning
would the
awarded to five Southerner who are candidate for masters with our policy of building given a Ucket and it I Ia not necessary would come be Tuesday: enemy)I. la expected to attack tomorrow (that

degree In Business AdmlniatraUOn.i new poet offices only where for winners to be
awarded Burlington Industrie Inc. to students Since no one was required to do anything on Monday after
i They are by they are urgently needed UM .
at the drawings.WANTED
Worker's DeathJohn the warning came all went well. Tuesday would be here tomorrow .
from Florida North Carolina, South Carolina,. Virgin- Postmaster General said. "W Dairy
la, Kentucky Alabama Tennessee, Georgia and Mt I.saIppl. are constanUy ........inr our and If the bomb dropped It wouldn't be a real 0.,.. sooooooo .
I OP REPORTER County Civil Defense Director Ray Chance had .1..dJl.L.
Named for the late J. Spencer Love formerly ChaIr. construction program deter. Franklin Jr 17-year at work Tuesday afternoon
The Crescent has been with it out that the entire County boasted reasonably safe shelter for
man of the Board of Burlington Industries, Inc. these fellowship mine whether present buildtngi old father of four small child Earlier In the day Davis had
out a reporter In Orange a maximum of &00 In that If didn't fried
persons case get
are awarded solely on merit, and carry an honor. can be altered or remodel. ren, to in the County Jail charged gone to the same houle..nd you
Park for some time.We by fall-out, might get killed trying to into a shelter (If
you get
stipend of 11000. It to hoped that the Fellow will wish\ take .
say ed to care of our expanding with murder In the fatal rented a small house nearby
would like a knew where one was). Lacking Chance tho
you a shelter said
to retW'D'to, the Southeast to contribute their business mall volume" stabbing early yesterday In "for some friends." He told the
bActrround'to woman with a doctorate in next best thing wa a suit ot lead five Inches thick Even ltarry'adidn't
training industries there "W. now have about 45,000 Oreen Cove of a 29-year-old owner of the rented house he .
I Letter, enough time to get have one of those for sale,
, postal locations throughout the dairy worker who wa a recent could not afford to pay the
. SEEDLING SALE NEARS COMPLETION: anticipated !. around and nose Into every Shortly after t o'clock Tuesday afternoon Chance wa no
country handling an parolee from Ralford lute rent but he produced a 1.0 bill
In Orange Park ,*n*
r Fifty-one million pine aeedllngi. three fourth* of the volume of 721 billion Prison. saying that would be used a* titled by Regional Civil Defense authorities that a lO-megaton

Florida Forest Servtet'a Ita... crop have been sold according Piece of mail for the 1M4-1M3 mush money so that pay William Davis, who had served down payment on electricity nuclear bomb had been dropped 40 mile west of lake City,
to State Forester C. H. Coulter. It the would not be a factor and a the 10 mile or so,.west of Clay County With Prevailing easterly
appear fiscal year By 1110 It Is expected time at Ralford for breaking .and that h* would get rental
remainder win be sold within the next few weeks be said. jo rise to to billion" teal for --and -entering- t to"commit money from a elite in Pal. winds, that would hay mad the fall-out in the County fatally

Of 1otaI1ItdUnI.' ordered so far, 474 million"are slash ;"* '"O Xir'employes ale" doing 'a telling job. printing"and advertising. grand larceny, was pronounced atka. Hi JtrtenaVt! were to'move heavy_- _, A j, era * .-SU "

pine. Other pine and hardwood specie compMte the:total!_ 'great job ot processing the nail W. dead on arrival at Clay Mem*"" I In at midnight
will settle somethingtoe
. ordered... .*..' rW..d"Bnl It to eke that if we antomeet than this. Applicant! ortal Hospital. Re bad been -AtrUt alter midnight, Mr*. .

... ': Although Httta November It, the Mia are considered complete atnoe the growing population we Bust the followed
OC8 ....,... for an appoln- wu described a* a 10inchbutcher her children, was r
state padres rash< with the order. make use of the beat median tenant can Orange Park knife." within a matter of minute by

Tupelo ram esedllnge and cottonwood cutting are com toed equipment available In Mnklln'i'wits, Yenta had Davis. and not long afterwardby M

. pletely sold out Some of the specie IUD available are long area where It la economically filed wit for divorce charginghim Franklin. .
leaf know for It*'beauty and quality Umber; Artsonaeypree justified." OCS JR. HI with cruelty hour earlier. Eye-wltnesss said Franklin

,. aad red cedar favorite of Christina tree grow The new building on Main HOMECOMINGGreen The stabbing look place a man of many 'job, took the
en; and nverrJ spade of eucalyptus a fart growing Street will represent an estl- Cove Junior High shortly after midnight Tuesday knife from his car and advanced .

tropical hardwood. maUd total Investment of 111212.10 ,- School will meet Bollee In their morning' at a Highland on Davis, knocking him around -
The seedlings an produced from seeds and cutting, by the owner. It will be homecoming game at 7 o'clock Avenue home where Mrs. Fran for a few minute before I

planted. last spring In three nurseries operated by the rented to the Department for tonight at Booster Field. kiln had left her four children he rank the weapon Into the

I Florida Forest Service. Saks reached a high pitch In late five yean with three t-yeer renewal Oak Warner ha been named to be cared for\ .whit she wu' :younger man'* hrtrt. U S
.: September and early October. when approximately 11 mil options at an annual homecoming queen and her

lion tree wen ordered during a four-week period, Coulter rental of 11,96000 for the bask attendant will be Laura Tem
said. term. pie. They have chosen JsmeiCorbtn. .

1 Slash pin seedling cost 1400 per thousand. Cedar. The ..ew one story building .who captaiN the school 0 Mills For Schools

eucalyptus, and cutting are a little higher. Coulter advise will be air conditioned. It will team and Cliff Vincent a* Judge Thomas J. River wu holding court In the County

those wanting to plant this year to place order toon. have an Interior pare of 1,000square their partners Court House; no one there seemed aware of anything more than

feet and an area for the voice of T. J. Jennings objecting to all the evidence entered
Cool With
perking and movement of postal ALEXANDER CltCMER Taxpayers against hi. client by County Attorney J. C Pup Court went
vehicle of 4JJO square feet Services for Alexander Che* right on end the case was thrown out by Judas Kiveri for "lack

The post office .la expectedto ser, n year old, were held A total of 171 County taxpayers been In effect for some years of evidence"
be completed by April I. Sunday at the First Baptist' last week voted for 10 to charged to the school dist .

Present quarters will be abandoned Church In Green Cove Mr, mill for the school system rlct. Additional rolllaie levied

upon completion of new CheMer a lifelong resident of. while snore than 400 other by the School Board I h addedto

facility. the County, died at a Jacksonville voted for other mlllate this and chsru-d to the

The Department's capital Investment hospital last Thursday sf This wa disclosed In the official School Board' general fund.

Is limited subU"tlally ter a long illness. tally of the vote taken at Thus with 10 mills already In

to postal equipment. The He had been for many' year a meeting of the School Hoard effect the Bclton! Board this BIM

building will remain under private the owner of Chester Motor on Monday. year, levied an additional seven

ownership with the owner Part H* wa a Msscm.II The mlllMe thus established mill'*, making the school levy

paring local real l estate taxes leave his widow Mrs unchanged from what has 17 mills, down from :20 list
Ollle Mae Chester: a son, Alexander I.
Chessrr, Jr.; three sli- 3
P/t3HT1.Y' t
second to the
Running a poor
USDA tens?, Mr*. Lula Blocker end CLAY 111011IIOMECOMINO s
10 milUge
mlllag was hero
1 y' Ten-year-old. Linda )High Mr. Dell Oerhardt, both of UIKKN
a1 for which 140 taxpayer voted.
smith iho wu seriously In. Oreen Cove; and Mr*. Margaret INS IM4 \
One mill wu voted by 20 tax
jured In an accident last Nov. Schroeder of Jscksonvule.;
? payer; two by I*; three by 25; I
ember, was sluing up stain Richard and Frankall of
four by It; fire by 100; six
this week at Hope Haven Has- Oreen Cove; and Thorn, of
by 24; seven by :21. eight by
pita, on Atlantic Boulevard In Miami. I
Jacksonville.U Honorary pall beater* were 11 end nine by 10. In'1M County c,.,,'* ;... ,. to which ad Court House per.tonne -
The Crescent wu la error ) were 14 have moved for safety only the personnel' the
4a who fell two week a* member of Cabal U Lodge, T { '
g. and broke her shoulder .laon AM. Active pall bearer were last week on th voting for, \ Clerk's off let moved,Other .. the Court House said they were ,

wearfag a trap, bat to now J. P. H.UJr.C, B-Bowie: school trustee Figures" posted. not aware of the ben I , , f'1
In the office of th euperrhorof .
able to attend acted at the Victor Ashley T.J. Rivers. 8. I. I
election were wed and
... froeyltd. rack and Dr. Doran Yelton. 'these were Incomplete
Zeus more than apple andanas Burial In Hickory Grovecemetery.
tr waa
o11gi 11ttr; .. L.
la UM final tally C. Oeiger. < 1
..... Ten. OewiIr41L Beni j a t. I.. ..... lep.itIe.leat . *., Und to reported to Jr, .. 1144 vote; Olenn' ...
deHgt to. UM ends ate .re* _Helm Funeral Home was In ----T---
.. Jesse P. TneV*.>a kaf oaeas> St yea*., -- ; Ryan, 1MJ vote; and M. UBeasley.
gives rroai m.etd.. charge of arrangement
ervtee wfck the Oseatfr **kosh.H 1020 vote*.

was eel *inert n 1. ..... .... .... warn enly eseabeel In other business the Board

to Grew Ceve Is**.*. Mr*. Crawly was ....hrte .. authorised Jesse P. Tynes, Jr.
(...... Ike eafrUrto ., what ... .... .... a* cry Seek More Adults 1Ulll nt.mdmt. to borrow up
And High Ssbset At that tka MO ........ Vine serrad4Vatty. to 110,000 at m per cent to

The amber gtiiealj kursssK to MI to IMI-IS. meet payroll and other expen- e

...... were 14 perese *.*..,.. fwtag UM peak yea**.. Girl Scout Program .s*. It wu explained that even

Tatar .. eke-4 to tile Green c... M-tage Joke If State fund totaling approximately

legs ....... Ske ...... free SM te MO ........ par slay.Mrs. J'IaDI....... at enlisting. to to serve the number of Once IMjOOO arrive before

Gravtlr kae teee rsjejry ....... take ..... to .... more wide-spiead pattJdpaUoa Cove are girl eligible and. Interested the nest pay day an addition

toeie week to tkto ....,. .. It44 we k4 only eew erkaelaa4 of adulta U the Oreen Cove la I the Leapt actrriUea.PreeanUy Skew to Mto Tie Nickels al 1)4.000 win be required to

esM ..........T4ay we ban tuna nknto sad aeaaaay Otrl Stout program win be dto there are active wfc was ekeests keescretabsgat meet expense* until tai re Twent manatee after the bomb fell .uthorltiet at Coy

......tM "'a& a Mlghborhoodestliig .-ownw. Junior lid Cadet .. at Clef Bgk aVkeel s.Frwu. eOetoker > tetpU begin coming In next High wen -IJI not raufled t the r" _l of a reporter, the of.
tm 144 iiiitog fsrflsitoi iiiallil ** three eel eO wilt win be held troop la Oreea, Cove but I*. Tkrse m nUL fa of Uw superintendent 01 Public Instruction conflrmed tile

...*.*; .... shoves sad a sal berateg kat water ..... next Tuesday, Ifovember 11. at there are plenty of girt avail maxis-.p wine MlM La... Mr.Tyne wu also author bomb and after cameras were II the ready. students wen nuab- ,
spy ....., say Mr*. On...,. -Ike .HI In ateed* beweaUs 1JO: p-m. at the Pint Methodist able for formation of additional Bt.vk.Mlw TkeaM Mware Id te seek a I..-.". plot of eel from .......... and loot aver In 1M hallway, An hour

to be rr1 sad tile peUtse ward ha.. Jea 1 started Church.Mrs. troop, Mr*. Oilier laid aM MM Per, land In the Meadowbroot area later a spokesman" III tile olta 01 tile lute DIrector 01 Civil De-
te kefa4 wkee CSM v.eM ..... .. ekevel Ike eeal BO Oeiger troop erg provided' enough parent and ttutreissa for a badly needed .tomentaryKhoot. ,.,... bad to eondnn villa associates the fast tile bfmb hac 4

fir ket water, then. weett be Mae.Mrs. aal_. lAId sharply Increased other 4aRa cone forward tebete pent lhatr., lIdeb Ho ectloe en purchase 'an.n. T1ea .t greet length. be npWned 1& hadJ\'t really been.
Grav*** able eaitoUaJi a* tile Ceeeai Cave adult participation must be attained , with the work. She w4 Pdsn: saete.eee, lden.RusrMl of the property win be taken a bomb; Ie was just a wcnunleatlona exercise.. -And with wbolQ

....... l enter BBgk Cateters: aret Meaiaaaea rraajkte Lan U UM Otrl Scout pro an tntere-ted adun to $11154 sat kjseaf, MyvtM rf* without euthortoatk-a of the did you eommudwtef" be wee asked, "I cwId"1 tell you" ho' 1Bald.

Me.h.Osasstg a.- M Lsre Ass gem, few gvto eT evn to 11. Ben TaMdeyi ....un,. 5J >Board. .

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( Crescent.
TWO KI ail County THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1965

Alert ffotltttar# Why I Go To ChurchBy l @ jmIIt: LAW

Notwithstanding our development M an one on the event of nuclear attack.That means By DUNCAN G. GROWER

Industrial center, It remains a dubious question that something like 20,000 would die, either DR. By' Sheriff,Jennlng Marches
; from radiation in to the Chambers ,of Commerce an GEORGE T, HOWARD
* or an attempt join
that Castro or the leaders of the Kremlin or for the moat part organization A* hunting season nears, parents

Communist China. . or even Gaulliat France (00. of businessmen with an axe to i ()D.'X do not want to fail those will want to know the law with respectto
Numerous County officials on Tuesday, who laid such firm foundations
\ of deadly
handling weapons
the by
. would waste a nuclear warhead on Clay the day of the attack were saying the attack grind.
on which I may build raj' '< their youngster The law I Ia very clear
County. was ower; It had taken place on Monday. Unlike some men's luncheon And so to keep my precious
However, anyone with a memory three Alas, It was only a warning that the bombers clubs, chambers of commerceare Christian heritage secure, I ,f The "use for any purpose
years long will recall that during the so-called were on their way Monday. The attack not devices whereby the go to church. SOEVER of BB guns, air rifle, and 22-

Cuban crisis, a lot of digging and shudderingwas took place Tuesday. All this in spite of briefings boys get together once a week take calibre rifle by any child under the age
I like
to comfort lap
going on hereabouts. sessions at which all civil defense organizations to swap dirty jokes a of 16 year Is prohibited unless such

Thus if a defense alert such as took place schools, etc., were told the bombers Unlike the Lions, the Elks, dog attract I Ease me.and I hesitate a soft cushion to get : use is under the supervision" and In the

this week In the County were the real thing, (which presumably stopped between Monday's the Moose, and till others,, "involved I tend to do nothing presence of an adult.
we are going to need a lot more of them to warning and Tuesday's attack to refuel) wouldbe chambers of commerce are not when I should speak "Any adult," the law continue, "re.
save very many people. here. 'banded together to perform 'and stand ponslble for the welfare of any child

County Civil Defense Director Ray Chance Let's try it again, else Charlie Helm, whoIs ,good deeds. up. under the age of 16 years who, knowingly .

jw estimates there' are, In the County, from one after all only one man, will have too muchof Unlike the Masons, the So, to find courage, to discover permit such child to use or have

end to the other, accomodation for BOO pers- a muchness. Knights of Columbus and yet ) how to roughen'my life hr his possession any BB gun air rifle or 22-callbre rifle

others, chambers of commercedo I go to church. I go hoping to in violation . (of the above) shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
not transact their business hear a trumpet call saying: and upon conviction thereof shall be punished

Around and About[ By HUGH MOTH In secret rites.Chamber "Son of man, don't sink to the by a fine of not more than three hundred dollars or by level of the mob don't take '
of commerce a Dr.fleorJ ; imprisonment for not longer than SO days.
your moral color from the multitude.
tin continues, "Anybody with a week old calf knows what a for the most part organizations While the law says nothing that would prevent a
11-year-old Jesus In
An answeringa did not come
the sense of a wood-tick knows MILL Is," says he, "And you of businessmen with an axe to to the to life child under 18 having in his possession any heavier weapons
world make ;
grind Their questionnaire on why we go easy
what the them critters MILLing axe: the fostering demand that parent watch their children -
a MILL is By way, get dang but prudence ,
to church, said: "I go to to make men great.
you ever try this new tick around bout feeding time and nurturing and developmentof carefully In the coming week for we have had it
aalve I got en your dogt It's them hungry, they'll flat MILL commerce wherewith to put church to learn not to In a day when so many of proved right here that expert do not always know how
more greenbacks In the tills of smoke, drink steal or any our social groupings drag us
guaranteed to make them all Bunch of hungry
" Just over you. to handle a gun.6URG .
their other mlschevlous doings. down we need social grouping
- members.It ,
drop off in ten minutes, makes cows just before feeding time
is This boy's struggle with that level Once In a '
I think us
no exaggeration up.
hair grow and kills fleas betide. will MILL around and hang
to the spelling of "mischievous"Is while at least need meet
the we to
say so-called Clay County ,
a horn in your tall, kick the
Chamber of Commerce eats, nothing to the trouble he with our fellows on the basis of
"Franklin," I say, "If you stuffings outa you and just swaps dirty jokes, does good will have later in life tryingto their noblest faith and their
do not tell what I ask plain butt you down. Dang
me you, "spell out" the meaningof finest
deeds and engages in secret aspiration. Seeking this,
know what MILL Is
right I -
I will tell all the women flower
some of the experiences he
rites I to church.
around What it does toward fostering BO
it's cattle MILLIng
seed buyers in this town you
nurturing or developing Often the
momentary success
looking for somebody tostomp.
get your seed from Communist ,
So he and I go to church
."' commerce in Clay County Is of evil blind our eye to the
HUGH SMITH China. Well, seems like I asked everybody something else again; possibly because we are human and long view. A victory of wrong
"A MILL," explains Frank as a part of some secret rites. weak, and we need help.If .
It is a fine fall morning andI In town what MILL over right can, like a penny, be
lin at last "according to the God exists: then life Is
Neither is It to to
am standing In front of Nate means and they all give me a exaggerate held *o close to the eye that it 1F
Catchpole's window In the bank dictionary published by the different answer. I figure, the say at this vital juncture in not simply adrift at the mercy shuts out the sun. It takes *
World Publishing Company of our development, a countywide, : of the elements of change great faith "to believe what the
where he gives away and takes only way to get the sure enough
Cleveland and York and
New and Life is
uncertainty. coming -
in money Nate looks at me like answer Is to ask Hay on hls- working chamber is very, very :yean and the centuries say +
based the foundation laid .
upon from somewhere and going
greatly needed.
he for self against the hour. It 1 II impossible
Is waiting deposit or
a down by Noah Webster, is a Such somewhere. Storms will arise,
a group, taking Ita without religion and a
something and I hasten to assure So I get on the telephone and
machine for grinding grain, reducing but there have been other
membership from Green Cove
the eternal "vistas" in one'soutlook
him it is only Monday and say I wish to speak to Hlzzoner
to small particles, like storms and we know our forefather ,
Orange Park, Keystone Mld-
life. It cannot be
I already put all the scratch in and Hugh Smith is calling
his till I am able to spare last chicken feed. Any body with Haydon and I will walt It is dleburg, Penney Farms , ". weathered them triumphantly done without God, and so I go I pound

Saturday. "What I here the sense of nematode knows only when I am in a hurry I yes, and Virginia Village , to church seeking Him. 1.
for," I say, is to ask you am what that much. Did I ever tell you take advantage of using my should have committees, work I want to find the same sources What about that "11'"? If steak nail.I I 69c

the word MILL means to youT" about this new powder I got, name as private secretaries get ing committees, that know of strength they depended God exists, I said. But, you say, .,
all you do is punch a hole in all shook along with telephone everything there Is to be known "How can one achieve stead
"Why mill coin is the" flute on the: the ground and' , operators and make fora about how and when Killway these people; besides some of fastness when we must begin ::8 buns ]&

edge"Nlckles of, a and pennies, says do Nate.not "Goodbye, Franklin," I say, very nervous situation. The 17 and Its three deadly bridge them are my clients. with hypothesis I . .
"Oot to go see Allie Bell over will be 4-Ianed; everything But all solid acquisitions in s
last time I do this Is when I am Subsequently there was a
have it but will find it
you at the Yarn Plant" there is to be known about the life begin with a flimsy "If".
all larger coins", calling Lyndon, I hang up before brief flurry: In which It appeared SAVE BOTH
"Allie," I ask, "What is a I get my call through and power outages that have plagued the Chamber might sponsora Prindship comes that way You I '
:X thank Nate for his information MILLT" the next thing I know, Lyndonis and damn near sent the "Salute to Johns-Manvllle" act on the hypothesis that if 15c FOR
and walk on up the Green Cove Springs Yam Co. you made certain advances, the
"Well, says Allie, "Anybody in the hospital with a nervous dinner. It went by the board
street to Franklin Rosenbush'sFarm back to North Carolina; everything one to whom you made them
with the sense of a silkworm spell under the pretextof and whether such a dinner will
a and Garden Store, I hit knows what a MILL Is. It is a having his gall bladder out there is to be known ever be held, either before the would respond. Happy married GT.Fria ..-

Franklin with the Game question place owned and operated by or some such thing about sewage treatment and departure in the early spring companionship begin with an .Suns
namely, "what does the disposal plants (and "If". "If I thi.- .
pressing care enough,
some people named Burlington Anyway, Haydon is on the of Jack Heue or after his successor -
word MILL mean to youT" he do municipal bodies to build one for whom I care will respond
making the very finest of lad line and says what can George DeLoog, comes *
"Well," says Franklin, "Any- les' and gentlemen's stockingsand for me and asks will I thank them); everything there Is to In to take over management of to my affections."

body with the tense of a grasshopper socks this world will ever Mr. Revels again for getting be known about the local labor the plant , these are 'any And so, X go to church; I do"

knows what MILL know. We are at least ten years him elected to Governor. He market and the 'wild absentee- one's guesses. my part; then as I go out Into

means, and speaking of grasshoppers ahead of our nearest competitor also wishes me to have a talk Ism that has very recently the world again I am conscious
Unless he was grossly YOU
," he goes on "I have and 'our first' line productsare with one of Mr. Revels employes plagued more than one Industry misquoted the president very of the I am not alone; I am FROM MOO TO

*'*Just received a new insecticide just what the description who goes under the hat of In the county; all there Is Chamber be said to have privileged to enjoy the most

that Grasshoppers eat like it implies there is nothing better "Jim Dandy" and does not vote to know about toning, city blown hot may and blown cold on supreme companionship of
Is dessert, after which, they depart !'' for him last election. piers, water safety, stray dots the which man Is capable fellowship 26 K. Dtagsla Gnu Gne Eprlage
Issue of training
a -
"this living world evermore On my way back downtown,' "Haydon," I say, "I know you and .a multitude of other problems. center in Green Cove. At with a friendly God.

I see Mr. Falrcloth, who Is an are a busy man with roads not the time of the sale of the Industrial
"Nope", IllY, "got plenty employee of Oustafson's Dairy, getting built and ports not getting But, alu the Chamber does- park to Louis Reynolds,

of grasshopper poison, just so I say to him like this," Mr. dredged and schools not not. the president of the Chamberput

want to know -what the word Falrcloth, ,what does the wprfl being accredited and all. I also As I see it, the Chamber lathe some questions to the THUNDERBIRD FORD FAIRLANE

MILL means ;you." MILL mean to you? guess you wo pretty busy try exclusive property of 1U Green Cove city commission, , , ,

"Like I was saying," Frank- "Anybody with the sense of (Continued on Page 1)A ) president. XU membership or questions that Indicated not
even its directors are rarely
that he had armed himself with MUSTANG BRONCO CADILLAC
called on to think as a body Interns , ,
all the but
facts that, in an
of civic Improvement; to
attitude of Thomas, he was
go on record, after studies have
ready to look askance at any BUICK OlDSMOBILE PONTIAC
been made, In favor of or beneficial effect Mr. Reynolds' , , ,
against any given measure.
ownership of the property
As the Holy Roman Empirewas

I said to be neither holy nor) might have. IMPERIAL , CHRYSLER , PLYMOUTH 19 ,
Roman, the Clay County And now the president of the

',. ,' Chamber Is neither representative Chamber Is being widely quoted -
as saying the CUbans are Indeed VALIANT DODGE RAMBLER
jot of people of the
County nor la ,
it a clumber\ of commerce coming Where did he get

The best that can be said for) his Information It Is, after

are taking a second look, it is that It Is a luncheon club. all, Mr.the Reynolds Chamber presidentgone property.Has JEEP , CHEVROLET CHEVELLE , ,

or, more properly, a breakfast
the field club with a select few chosen to the membership and
) at low-price to break bread at dawning with put together a committee that CHEVY II CORY AIR CORVETTE
some visiting fireman. will make things smoother for , ,

I very well recall perhapsthe the people of the community,

happiest social affair I for Mr. Reynolds, for the fed

have attended hereabouts In eral government and for the NO MATTER WHAT THE MAKE

some time: the luncheon following Cubans , ,

the ground breaking I count the president of the
.,. friend. And there
Chamber as a
ceremonies a :year ago at the
site of the Johns-Manville multimillion tent a member (of whom I NO MATTER WHO THE DEALER , ,
; would find
aware I
Y dollar plant.In am any
I what appeared to be a Individual fault In.

recognition of hU Inability to But the plain truth Is the Y*. KIt flaaswo .It bt a4 cheapest thrwsgk a beak
rub elbows with some of the Chamber Is not a working or-
local nabobs, Bob Orth. senior ganisation. It doe not, to my lean tettct the 1M4 ear el yew ck lee sad item M*> the Meadly

operating vice president of J> knowledge, hold regular open .... 'ffieen at the Beak ., Gree Caws Sprtmga.TELEPHONES. t
M, threw a luncheon party.The meeting to discus our civic

irony of the situation waa that problems; to help the Yam

the president of the Chamberran Company wire its outage

around when he got wind problem or Taylor its labor

,of all this and invited various and absentee problems: or the 2M-3C50

and sundry of his friends to problems of most of the merchants -

. since this new Olds F85 came"on the scene!Iw. break (J-aTs bread with him of Green Cove who sure r
though he knew the Chamber losing thousand of dollar 214-3935 2M-3851
.uk vow DU seeing money seer look to food Don't aniwvf till you buckle up and aka had forfeited the chance to very week to Jacksonville Tn ,
.the wh..1 l of a MW. 1966 Olds.MS. You ooUal_ bargain for a M&oottwr,quktor aw.*ttrywrfarmlnt make the arrangement (and Btarte, St. Augustine and,,

cr.ooMFtrri pay the bill) and that J." 'Gainesville shop, 49513HtmitrTDW
a TW.* IID! WINDSHIELD! WIPtM WMtOM > BACK-UP UOKT a "JlOll-AU -AND ALL MttBNSP TO MAK1 YOU A eAr* PRIVEMYd around 1500.() HU 'explanation -, think, would spearhead a moveCnilaM4 -

tie priced right down I.U]So tak thai second look at she .in..UJUM was Tve: gotta Uve with < .. Pag I)
of ?..$. now at Oldsmobile DwUrV Yoor *>. Iookln," days say III owl

(Way( County (Crescent

wrn w. 'IiAN of c TCQVf SPRINGS
df c ".MT n lOGe rea cut ecwrr M lOOt roe rt cMscnr
= fl OLASMOILEr..r.
y.- eel 6N

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,.' rvauMn Inn nraaeaar *rt CMSCUT fs. lie 1Ir"f.- .
p .. sot si* a Cam Cat >..... (Louse
CHEVROLET Now/un/ p. coca Pangs *T JJU Coal,'< OHttl mud Largett B aIPAGE

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TBOtSDAT. NOVEMBER 11. IMS QY tay County Crescent .AQE'TldtJr'

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IlllIlll' stamina ,of the pioneer mow. EPISCOPAL CHURCimOMEN REZONING or I view the proposed plan, final CLAY COUNTY CATTLEMEN
.. I Green By MRS. HERMAN SEED en and on through to the busy TO MEET NOVEMBER IT OP DELAYED actlort on the ordinance is being A8SO. HAVE DINNER
Cove SocialsMrs. I rll.IM'II&.to05 housewife of today, who kept St. Mary'a Episcopal Churchwomen The proposed plan for the postponed until the next
The Cattlemen's
Clay County
1 t 1111 5 11111IIIIII- - . .II. i. .. .. ..-.. .. .. .. .. ..-.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '.. .TTT.. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .......................... equipment home, and was due, able to electrical to find Hall on will Wednesday meet in,the November Parish Orange resonlng Park of was the again Town discussed of 7 regular. Accordingly meeting, on the December proposed Association served their annual

A. W. Pierce had u her BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs William Walker time for outside activities. IT, at 7M PAL last week at the regular ordinance was read by Title on- barbecue dinner Saturday evenIng -}'
guests last Monday afternoonMr. October 29, a ion, John and their daughter, Cindy, of The talk was well received. Special guest will be the meeting of the Town Commissioners. 1 ly.A at the Clay County annex'
and Mn. Prank Oould of Clinton, born to Mr: and MrLHerbert Melbourne Fla, spent the Mrs. W. T. Baker a new Rev J. S. Onsley, newly arrived copy of the map pertainingto on Idlewlld Avenue. About 500people ''(
Deland Mr. Gould is a ecu. member, was Introduced: and the ordinance Is in the Town
King Jr. weekend with Mrs. Walker's Vicar Of St. Mary's., who Further details of the proposed many''
served and
sin of the late Rev A. W. November 2, a eon, Curtis Parent, Mr. and Mn J. E. welcomed into the club. I will lead the devotions plan were presented by Hall and all residents are in* wen
Pierce Joseph born to Mr. and Mrs Rupert. On Saturday, Mr. A delicious turkey luncheon All ladles of St. Mary's are Commissioner Dan Patterson vlted to review it. If they have old friendships were renewed
Garland Duel; and a eon, Bryan Walker met his! mother, Mrs. was served by the following I invited. and a questions and ,answer any questions or suggestions and good fellowship ,was enjoyed *
Guests of Mr. and Mn. E. J. Harvey, born to Mr. and Mn. Josephine Walker of Cleveland committee: Mra. John Handrlcks period on the plan was held. they may leave their name and by all. This writer can'
Johnson for the Georgia-Florl.dos Herbert Saberg, Jr. Ohio, at the airport In Chairman. : Mrs. J. R. In order to give all concernedan telephone number so they can testify to the fact the dinner
came In Jacksonville Saturday Jacksonville. Mn. Walker ,will Jolissatnt Mrs. C. R WUllsln. MES. PAUL DAT HONORED opportunity to further re- be contacted by Commissioner
were Mrs. Frank Oreen, Mr. and Mn. Armand Senchengrtn spend the winter with her son Mrs. Fred Nelson Mrs Clark Mrs.; Leo D. Christie honored Patterson was delicious.:
Jr., and Mrs Roy Shock of of Garden, Massy and his family in Melbourne. Wager, UrL George Carlisle Mrs Paul Day a recent bride, Christie In serving punch and A out oft date of November The donations, received: for'the
Gainesville and Mn. Frank spent several days with Mr. and Mn. Emery Cooper, Mrs. Donald with a miscellaneous: showerat cake to the following 'guests: 21 hat been set for this review. dinner will help ,pay the
Oreen and Mn. Aleene Tadlockof : Mrs; Clarke Wager enroute to I Fisher and Mn. A. D. Duck. her home on Highway It Misses Leslie Rowe, Unda It is anticipated final pre. dues of the local association to1'
Madison. their winter home In Lake While Mr. and Mrs. John I Decorations'Were in the last Wednesday evening Cooper; Gall Wllkes, 'Unda sentation for action will be the State Cattleman's'Associ s
Worth Florida. Hlghsmlth were visiting their 1 Thanksgiving theme. The. serving table was over Jensen, VUkl ,Christ!, Mesdames made on December: T.. ,Lion. This \U assessed on the;
Daniel E. Parker, ion of Mr. I daughter. Linda last week at The next meeting'will be the laid with a lace and linen cloth Ronald Wilkes, Larry cattle population of the county ;"
and Mrs James A. Parker war Mr. A. I. Oarrlgues returned Hope Haven Hospital, Jacksonville first Thursday in Decemberand and decorated with coral vine Barnes and H. V. Plgue, moth. ,You ''R'ad'It in The purpose of this organ1satlon
recently Initiated ai a memberof home last week after a two ,she was trying to show will be thf( Christmas Pro- and fern er of the bride. Say u to promote legislation";
Theta Chi Social Fraternityat weeks stay In Orlando. them how she could support rtara. All members are urged Misses Kathy Kennedy and II Mrs. Day was the receplent TIIK CRESCENT and the general welfare of;
Troy State College herself, abe slipped and broke to attend. Polly Paterson assisted Mn. of many lovely gifts. SUBSCRIBE NOW I thcatUelnduatrJ of Florida.
her shoulder. In addition to her
Mrs Herman E.Reed's guests
I many problems, Linda
Mrs Lester Row flew to on Sunday were her daughter,
now lie flat on her back for
Charlotte, N. Coo Sunday morn. Mn. Harold E. Williams, twin
six weellLCarda
lug to be with her sister whose granddaughters, Joyce and
husband h.on the critical Hat Jean Williams and Mn. Raymond and letters mean so
In a Charlotte hospital. I Smith of Palatka. much to Linda, more especiallynow : l'
since she la not able to I
use her hands. PLEASE help I CALLING
make this dear little girl's days
a little brighter by sending IT MAY BE YOURS :
iA.COMPLETE cards to her often.
k- ALL .


( November meeting was held 1st
: I the 4th at the club home, with wr
Mrs, Alex) Pupkln presiding .
Mr, Robert Budlow read
scriptures from the Bible '
on ---
WOMANWHO i Thankfulness and Pra..... She PORTABLENOTHING
p I gave a short history of the
writing of the song "Home

CARES Sweet Payne Home" by John Howard '

Mra. Gordon Craig, Program .
Chairman, for the subject:
The restive "The American Home" Introduced .
holiday seasena are Jest ahead. Let M refashion TO BUYEvery
.. rev hair le complement the new fall warerebeeyee.11 the speaker, Mri. John
Williamson Williamsongave
be wearing U the football games'and ether gala
an original prose selection
all""" Hair styling . I.Un, . tipping . streakIng. called -From CandlelightUp
Open Tbendsy evening py appointment To The Present" She <.
showed drawings of the evolution Thurs. 7:3O P.M.
of lighting In the home as
Glenda'sFashion FlairGLENDA she talked. She showed how
changes In Illumination in the ,
homes had caused similar
KNIGHT, Owner and Operate* changes In the home life of
,...... ZI4-U1I .
our American Home She From
Now Until Christmas
talked of the I bravery and

.., ,. , ,, : .RJS W. We will give away each week ham MW until Christmas a 11-Inch Admiral portable .
-, Jf e}, r television set . nothing .. bag

A bedroom' pfitine.To t'a T *. Each time a easterner gees tarough. ear eheek-eet One we will live away a chance
ea one ef these beautiful television. $ ..... "
A'' Every Thursday night there will be a paslle drawing at 111 o'clock. ton need not I 4'...

get away from it all. 3.a ., be ,rewll&. The name ef each week's winner. will be pouted In ese .,.tea. .A

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And get it all done. I' e. l>. A. CHOICECHUCK:

To shut-. out the noise, The crowd r. ROASTi,48c,

'To plan. Discuss.

Settle things in peace and quiet Pot ROAST ". 58? |I ROAST l" B8d| ROAST '* 78? I

A bedroom phone. It's the answer. I -- --.-...-. - - -_ .- -- .
LEAP \t'j1t.R;!

To lots qf things.. Boston Butt Pork Roast 48c

(What else that costs so little gives yiu so much?1)) Ib

, .
:*y--- -V.--. -

I 4; \\' I. Kulllrsn lore manes, eipUIn eVtslh of the wreLlrpublic U S D A CHOICE I STEAKib.97c '

drawing for a It-lorn Admiral porUbl. . trlrtltton s.*. I

to on of our f..hl..,. Mrs /Helen. Taylor. The l,,o aro shown 1.1", MKIDIVIIH
standing In front, of all the TV rti that will .be given l away, I CHUCK 58? e ( I
r ocm a week, from now mill brltlmas.
: i I RIB I LH. 88 nNl4 Itut'NIJ I !.

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'rd : 4f 4

f FROZEN FQODS PRODUCE Bacon "01II' I.tyillov" (/

Mel, /.. (ucrllty; lb.58c
g/ Sating Cwcrt I
Mauer "'brfnnrh Ile "U'K'Ml./li.. t
ryli + d r I FRIES 2' 29,4 _- - __ .__,_ __ .
flutes, Iirl+rlwe Ma iwrit llotiMCOFFEE

SQUASH.'K"'" f:: .... APPLES 2 i.. 29t r I 'ni'F ''VA"fiiis

Jcky (.IU.I. UmUi 1 wile food ero>r IJmlli I .jth/f..oo order limit } with food order
t.y J'OK ', of U.5I o r rn.,.. | of pies ,
GREENS 4 99 LEMONS or more. ef |) ee or more.Hi .
29t iJi. nui
in. fKO.
? 19? j I 19?

C7a A".. Moron IS-Oi. ('..
(,irrue; 1)1tI1) KJ for kic

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COH.V ni:.;F' 3V!

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r PAGE FOUR 1 i t t :, ... - tfflay (Bounty! (Brcsecttt THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1965

the Chamber favor some formof

HARRY'S AND JOY'S SHOP CELEBRATING OUR Ot1lkkcr. economic development., political In all and these social

respects no one works more
(Continued From Pace 2)) untiringly than John Slater SEE YOU ATEchie's
ment In Oreen Cove to open its Smith,the Chamber's executive
stores and places of business on secretary.But .
Wednesday a It er n 0 0 n L Or no ordinary member can
MIIVERSARYBRINGING pressing the Oreen Cove City call a meeting; it must be done
Commission for a handsome at the direction of the presl
city pier designed by a professional dent. No member can draw up
architect. a set of long-range plans for
The Chamber might effec the area's development; it
YOU MONEY SAVING VALUES ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE. THIS IS lively stand before the Count must be done by a committee
Commission and the city commissioners either designated by the president INDRA"GEDAt.E

OUR SINCERE EFFORT TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION TO OUR MANY CUS-- Orange Park of Oreen working Cove up and a in or a elected meeting by called the Chamber by the-

righteous wrath in those place president.The S
TOMERS FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT DURING THE PAST YEARS. on the subject of Klllway IT; method of electing dl-
and then, in a total war on this rectors of the Chamber Is extraordinary
substandard, out-dated ,road and allows an ordinary -
war barrage Governor Burns member such as myself
SMART NEW FALL with a telegram a day, with something close to a Hobson's *
TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! pictures and delegations. choice.
DRESSESWhat I cannot believe the Cham We need a working Chamberof
; ber's membership . limited Commerce. We have the nucleus Where The Best People b/ed-
a Fuhlon Show MEN'S SUITS almost entirely to Oreen Cove of a representative membership.
I . would not get out ol With regular open
of Savings! 29,75 32,75 bed to attend a meeting devote meetings, Its membership couldbe
ed to an open discussion\ I of doubled In 90 days.We have
these and other matters. problems that are crying for
8,95 10.95
\ And because he does not solution. And we have civic bodies SHOP FOR CAPITAL
All Wanted $24.95 call out any general partlclpa- between which some sort
Ion of the Chamber's plans 01 close liaison ought to be established.
Stjrlei. All Sisel.CHARMING and activities I can only suppose IMPROVEMENTSWITH
the president Is too busy I call on the president of the
SPORT COATS with his private and professional Clay County Chamber of Commerce A PCA
affairs. to convene a meeting of
NEWFASHION 24,75 29,75 There are men in the county its entire membership, and to INTERMEDIATETERM
whose ability and motives Invite representatives of the LOAN '
: and character are known to business and professional communities -
most of us. Borne even have in Orange Park, Keystone -
f 4 12,9514.95 $18.75 time to give a worthwhile proj Mlddleburg and Penney up to
ect.With arms to begin formulating, 7 years to repay
See these unusual a considered and well' through a ,group of standing
written program of county and committees, a development program When JOG eompare the wf of
tfrs NEW SUITS money saving values! civic development it is hard that will encompass the PCA financing with certain other .
to believe responsible men In entire county. types which bar carrying casrgts
Beautiful Orange Park and Mlddleburg However, I am not so stupid service fees and interest prepay.went
THE SEASON'S SMARTEST and Keystone would not give u to believe this Indictment of ,101111..why It pays to slay
fr endit. Boy major capital 1mpronmmta -
Selection time and talents to the enhancement the one-man, one-vote leader in yow farm with ...*
of their and their ship of the Chamber will move arranged through low- ost, famtallond -
: 12,95 29,75 neighbor's property.I its president to call a meeting PCA Aaanefaw.Nstikeast .
L, /A would say the president of or to seek ne wmembers who
the Clay County Chamber of might, as I am doing, rock the Fnfaetisa CfWHAsMsiatlssi
SPECIAL! ONE GROUP 2,99 Commerce has,every right in boat. It can be accomplished
the world to take an ambivalent In a trice If members will withhold I4ft Elgaaedvs.. s sV,
DRESSESPick stand on a Job Corps their membership dues 1M Hate pawl Passtka JaesMsnOtosL
3,99 ) raining center, just u the mayor until It ls done and with the BA fJO TsL BT 4-1M1
$698 of Oreen Cove has every assurance It is being\ done not
them off the Bargain right to attack the terms ofMr. as a one-shot sop but as a
Unusual selection In Reynolds' purchase of the continuing program. f I x ,
Rack. All iliei and material AU Wanted Styles! y I ndustrtal park. But if the V49
of the Chamber or
president 5 ,
...1'1JLOUS. SELECTION MEN'S WHITE the mayor of Oreen Cove wantto ':
"keep our little town un PARTRIDGEWELL
DRESS .-- changed" or to seek and abide
SPORTSWEAR b y a consensus, then their Jobs
SHIRTS 2.99 should be turned over to someone DRILLING Y
1 I ;: who will make somethingof
Slim Jima Slacks Waih'N Wear them and the commun-

Bermuda Shorts Quality Workmanship It,. COMPANY s .
Most, if not all:members of IJNCI lltl '0' .. WE HANDLEKVERYTIlINCPltB
Bell Bottom Slacks ---- 2" THRU 6"SOCK '
USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN Hayes You Read 'It' in AND ARTISIAN WILLS ; f"t t .: ; YOU i

2.99 W.wMf Wen Ss.cMM Your cares are lightenedin
time of loss by our
i efficient, helpful service."Comldtratloa .
BOY'S SUITS1O.95129514.95


I i For Tile 1.1.,1.
.4,99 ftIU8' : : 1Y S a.r..o For Tb DM"'
..t u x rc
SEE THESE MONEYSAVING ones 0... ..... ?
See the new Pastel Colon ....., thra FrMayBos .

by Bobble t. Brooks. Something VALUES! Office Oaeas MB ..JI. '
Peatww At 7 A I PJC.tatsrtUy Home
Newt! J.yllle, .... ,
as* tarfayCMttraeM '
frees I PJtThai 1.89143j8MIMJEA CHARLES HELM
PANTS 1,99 Puneral Director

BOY'SSHIRTS,1,99BOY'S 5160 HYDI GKOVI A VI. ', S c... ......... 'Ft*.

__ Hwy. 1| East P.O. Bra 445FREDDAVI
Styled for Flattery '
SWEATERS 2.99 / --
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Priced for Savings by, tuhna 'alt I4r M '
M 1"5u111 Nor
BOY'S PANTS 4.2.99

Sal, Ne.. II

Starring Jeaa We'4waH

BOY'S' JACKETS 7,99 aid ?

S- 3.99



0'1 t S ; S S 4,99 6.95 Cms W ?fir, r my rsd121 ,wrti Tott"F '!,


sou, M.... A T.ea.N .
6,99 ... li, IS A USEBGCANT

Starring Fraaale A..... andDebcrah


!I ONE GROUP BLOUSES I I 1,99 ', aidp -
. 8.95 9,9512.95

,5 I ONE, GROUP HATS I 2.99 k', Choose from this big selec cIV THOUGHT
tion. Tremendous Savings I FOR THE U.PONTIAC

: WE GROUP SKIRTS 1.99 "Nothing great was
I em achieved Without
nmn. rri Ne. It UOPEXATION


t )|>Nf FASHION HOSE 2">R1,00 ONE GROUP BOY'S' JACKETS 2,99 SUrriag Gewge S*.KU Pa Lena swri aid I.I;

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SINGER electric sewing machine FOR RENTi Riverfront apart IN THB CIHCVIT COtHT OF I TUB cincrrr COVRT. or
TO WHOM IT NNRNHyNCOIVKN: CLAY tot STY. I.OHIUAIN CLAY tOtNTl' ....OKW4IN I Hunter were reminded- br
In eonaole eablnet, like meat, furnished or anfurnUhed. NOT1CK 18 r CHANCKMV CHANCERYN. !
hat November Sheriff Jennings Murrhew'tfali
on the Itk day
new. Sews forward and "wno.All . Two slimy, J.I e4reo.., ls A.U. Illl, In accordance with No. -iaa-c / ai a-o I
week that hogs . wild or
ecllon 11111 and lla.l. *'loc'dtatuto
attachments for making baths. Low rent to flalnlltt,
permanentfamlly. .. ALICE MADKLIKNE TUSH.
Itthe Board CD-
of otherwise . may not be hot
= buttonhole, tlc-ufcln< and No deposit. repaired ..n.UUtlet. City Commleelonera of Clay Conty Malntlfl LL'ELLA DAVIS,
except In the Camp BlndlngreMrvatlon.
\ fancy ttltch deilcna. Fully (.. Phone available. Marina u Ion Cllo.I.Florida., obaodunlnavaeat adopted a reaulut-- HAROLD CUGENE BIPH Defendant
aranteed. Can ko seen la your Motel. Phone OCS tttIMI. 1nt, and dlaeontlnulna I a cor* Defendant NOTICB Or SUIT
Ukin road or aireet In Clay Conn.* TIE STATE Of "WRIDA-1'OI Sheriff Murrhe ,said that
area. Make eight tonthly ay- 11-4-tfe 'y, Florida, deacrllieil aa follow.! NOTICB or SlIT LUKLLA DAVIS
menu of $4.11 . will discount A portion of LEI HOAO. .. Till STATE OF FLORIDA-TOI Route 1. Boa Ill while tome counties have clu*
r ahrwa on Plat o( LAKE OKNRVA Harold 5u.: .... Blab Ooorila titled hon M fame this U
lor' cash Write Credit Maat.1S3 .. FOR RENTi Furnished rI..ofront HEIGHTS according to olo Carl N. Blah YOU AKB HEREBY NOTIFIED: -
apartment. Two sed. plat .. reeord.d In Plat Hook Hoot.Meypert. 1, that s ault baa be.. filed aialnal not true In Clay County,
1ft. S. Clearwater Road, a, Paso 4.*of. the Pubis Heo Penmrl anla you I In tko above antltlod I onuaa hoc
large, FlorUa. isai-tfc rams 113 Myrtle Ate Phone ordi of rf\\ County, Florida YOU ARI HBRKBT NOTIFIED: and you are ulr t torvo Penalty for shooting a
444+++t+4 ZI4-POI7 said of wed Lea Road hat a suit .... been fll.d asaln.t upon plsialtt'e I oitornoywkoaa . any hot the .law says i iIt
11 'I74 after I:". 11-4-tfe bang mere particularly Bewtag Machine! INS Model crlo il aa follow.: Bo a In at the and you arc hereby required tooervo your written ..fon..., a minimum of two yean and
Clearance Sale. Wo hate awn FOR RENTi Two ..bedroomforatahed Jnteravctlon of MM lee Hood upon plaintiff. ottornayrhoe. 'f any lo the bill of complaint a maximum of five yean 1 in
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES and Pin. Drive, 5ceordtnR1. name sad addroH appearerern I. wed aulu copy of which li
INS nut bobbin sewing ..- ...... Centrally I*, said plat, and octondlna; Northeaoterly your written deten.ea, delivered to you herewith on or prison ;t.
distance of its If to (ho amended bill of .for* Uorambr 5,
a any A. D. lilt.
; ; i POINT TYPE: (This ISle ,hi... left. These saaehbtea areesmpleteI ea.... ISM Roaaventaro Ave feet more or l lua. to a line omplalnt In wed I'. ocpy ot Herein not or Scores pro
< type) PIM Insertion UP aranteed. ...... Can 334-1737. 11-4-t/e which lo the Nrrtkoaoterly .*. which I. delivered to you herewith > 00..'.... will bo entered ...Inet QLKQALM .O'I'ICII.
CARD OP THAMES, and t.n.lon of th N rthwpel.rl! on or before December: II. you for the rend prayed In the
words for $1.10 allover pad to Eat aaake button II.. flork : A.n, ItlhHerein !
to 30 ZU ot Let 5. 1 ol eald > !l-H" \ ;
'Additional .:IN.MIMORIAU: Up to 30 total FOR RENTi 3-reom furnished LAKB GENEVA: HEIGHTS fill not or decree pro oA'tt.o" SAID SUIT : TUB CIRCUV<<: > COURT or
word. holes
at 5o eta. Is
30 per Pl." plies
And the said Board did. In said will e..nt.r.d aralnitou BEING FOR DIVORCIL CLAY COUNTY. rUUUDAU
eonsectttlv fuser worda for $140. aO over $0 Win accept older machine for apartsaent at II W. Center, renojutloniI. tee the relief prayed in the WITNUHS mv hand sad the tfcMo; '
Renounce and dlorlam all 1 1rI bill of complaint.' Cove Nprlnn, rierlda. this' aa-ioa-fri
lions minimum of $1.30; allover at (e per word. part payaaent. Phone Or..... DCS. Phone 334M7I.IMMto .it. of Ib. County and Public THE NATURE Or SAID SUIT ..1 of acid Court ot Green No. BOWBRfl,
> I. and to the land ron.tltutlns lit lay of November, A. IX MAny U'CILR
30 words, at 4e per 415-3577 Collect. 11-4 lite a$4 read. BEING FOR DIVORCB Illl.uKonnn. I'lalntKt
word., n.nounro; and dlaclaltn, : .{ all (COURT SEAL) I SEAL) Y"
l'Oal.u.J:1: Two tuned pUao.1: FOR RENTi One bedroom farBlahod laihta of the aald County and WITNESS my hand and theaeal u CARLISLB. ROVALH JUSTIN BOWfRt.
LEGAL ADVERTISING: Public U and to any land, or in.t.r..t of aald Court at Oren Clerk Circuit Court Ul0arV\C.1
11 POINT TYPE Eke new chest Inner faaraa hones (|U a month) or therein, arqtilrorl by pur. U.vo *prln.f, Florida, t... By Vivian M. okm 00- SUIT .
Pint Insertion, $1 40 per ... mafarnlshed Mawsift, devlie dedication Ith day of Novemb.r A.U Deputv Clerk I THE STAT.OF rl.OKIDA-T01;
teed a.tom Uc ... Lots of (It5 a month).
This 'size First or yroMirlptlm In .,,<* ....., U.. ENNINll A NORTON Ronald .tln IM>wra4MI
( type) Inch; each additional Insertion aatl.a. furnishings Cart,'. Call after I ....... Gel 3143733. 1. H.nnunce and dLclalm all GEORGE L. CARLISLE Attorney for Plaintiff. Senn Tr.View.. ..lane
insertion to 30 IKM. of said County and Public! Clerk Circuit AdriTeta: Memphis, 'wOTlriIlD
up $ JO per Inch: or as Florida Traders. 11-1MU IMl-Ue In and In any Undo, or Interval Br Vivian I H. $: :JJu"II't HIK Hoi IT! YOU ARE IIEREBY .....
words for $3.00 'all over horela, d.llneated upon any map Clerk Qrn Ccvo "prl".., Florida wsxtt? tlbd .
required by Statute. FOR SALE rink bathroomftataree FOR RENTi Three bedroomboase. or plat apparln of record In ; NortonAttorn.y ll-.4tp sty :::h.reby n "
the nubile rword. ol Clay Crunr. and you required t*
CO: at 100 word. for Plaintiff
per (east Iron). CaD GC8l.t.Ul1. famished, 371. lliSI Florida. a. to aa.14. deaorlbed Ad't.....! ..rY. upon plaintiff attorney
consecutive Insertions ll-11-lte trailer $<.. Jim Carey. ...... road or str..( P. O. Bar Ill LEGAL NOTICE whoa name and oadreaa. appear....
l>at d thl. Ith Nov*m> Oraen ".r.t., your wrltloa .f.
dui ol COW Sprn| >> Florida' Nonce U korby Blve that the I
minimum of READING NOTICES: Per S34-S3M., 11-lMtc M A i IMI Il-lt.4tpJN Clay County Conlna Commlulua If any tf lbs bill of oompUlatIn .
WOOD FOR SALE i Cat any THE HOARD or. COUNTVroMMiHHinNKR will hold a fubllo Haarlnr on I aald. soiL copy ., which N
$2.40; all over 30 words line, 25c.DEADLINE. batth. Oak.r ,aDl. R. a DekIt. > : or CLAY Tkuraday, Uotxmber I. 1551 at I'clock dallvered lo you herewith, on ..
HELP WANTED COl'NTV, FIRIPA NOTICM! or CLOSING or ROAD p.m.. In the Aaiomoly before lieromber II. A.D. 1011.Heraii
E at 8c per word.t mono ZM4I1.. or M4MI4. BTi I Oenrce U Carbide TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNNOTICB !loom of the Clay County Court fall not or dares pro
CM House Anne, ,onf... will bo ontored' acalnUyou '
IM HEREBY GIVEN Green CoveSines.
t Two miles woot of OreenCove UNUSUAL OPPORTUNmriLarge It.I t.itaCs that on h day Novmbr ". Florida, for the purpoiof for the relief prayed in tkoWB
CLASSIFIED DI8FLA ft: Per : : Noon Tuesday osi Bwy. 1.. 11.11.119 A U Illl II'I' .. J. haarlnv objeollona. If any, to of complaint. ,
Halted Statea sad CaaaUaa WOTIC. OrCLO.Iru MMInn Illl* and I lejerF1rlds Ia.uing permit I lo comply with NATURE OF SAID SUIT
Mo dis preceding publication date :
column inch. $1.40. Campaay la airlealtaralHeld 0' ROADS fttatut.a Illl the Hoard of Co.unty Hoctlon 1 and H.ctlon I, Pure- 8RU Nilon IHvoreo.WITNBM .
.' CARD OF THANES TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN Cnmmla.lon.ra nf Clay Co.unly 1.11 of Article XVI of Iho my hand and tko
counts. of Tbunday. mrtently re mlret repreitatlvs tie rout pleiu* lab notice Florida, adopted a reiulut hash County 10.lnlf R..II\.lIon.\ Mai af aid Court at Oran CovoHprlnca
We with to express our thanksto ... Its t the HOARD OV COUNT I Inn clo.lna;, abandoning; vai-.t* namely to ".. the roll .In. dearll riorlda Ml I Sib day of
la this ...a
HMMIIMMIIM > r*< all the people of Oren for errp yIuIeIuNEHN:' or ctA? CO In.. and dlapontlnulna. a r.r* .d property for a KlncUriaron November A.U I....
Crop Service Department. AsiBcaat UNTY, FUmiUA' upon petition loin road or etreet In Clay (Cnun and liar Nursery. (
(ONlY AVAILABLE i oa UNITED VAN LINES. Pro.ilaaaed Cove who were to nice after of a qualified load owner, will t,. ..I..rldnl ....H.Io.. ." aa follow.: U>t I, Ulurk. I 'IIAIORI"II L. CARU8LB"
mast have reseal asriealtaral .t tee: clock A at, rn the Isle A pan af It OH Kill U, AVENI'K: Unit One M.edowfrook Clerk Clreull Court
kiorttat* ...... Qtdek sertles.VU1 . Meg .......* saevlaffta the death of our brother. To baekirosad and be day of December, Illl, at theCounty ; l.. pl.t of the All partlea In Intoreat and C'IIU I'rt l Vivian II. ohm
.Mitm a. Aaaecntler "....u..." Tana te CIa, aU who sent flowers and those Court Hou.e In ureen HOCU T. BITI.KH SURVEY eon_ shall ha.. an Clerk
gad |
'117 won ....,... la area PoelUeato love "prina,. Clay County Florida or the n ir. ('LA It KII bill bNT 10 bo hoard at aid I""m1."rlly.,.
Inc. UBS Emit atoai.kwMvtlte. Cent eaataet WIMa T. Etw who made ua welcome. Ood consider and determineifhetk.r ... rocrrded In Plat Book I, ilaee, PlabntlUAldraa
fan tins, or sun bo handled or county will Pace II, of Iko Public "."" ,d. Clap County lonln ot..It.1 I
3S3-H13, sell real ....te. IN N. OraageAvewo bleu all of you. bJo.tlt. '.oate, Slavonllnuo,
at first slug with. year pres- of Clay County, acid Sri Jamee B. Crowl ..0. Dos III .
ft.7ll after VeMbMethour Gree* Can ........ THE HOLCOUB FAMILY 010." renounce and djaclalm any nart of eaM *. irlld.v. Ch"f" Or... Ccre lprlnilt n.lcIa -JR
r sat famine ....u... ...... llltt of Clay County or the pub- Mint, .....rlb.d .. b.slnnlnc' ll.ll.ll.flHH 11.II.UpT
*. 11-11-IU ..... 314-Mtl. t-ll-Ue 11.11.113UYER'S IIcI in and to any land o* Inter- wb.r..ld HoMhlll Avenuelnt
old appHeaal eaa aspen earatafs sets th.reln I acqulr.4 lor Had .r..rt. Oov.rnor' rreekami
I between I1M-31M wetly or klikway purpo... to tkoeocertain .....dln. Hnutheaiil.rlyapproiim .
atreete, road or ,,,,..u.. .tely 1,10 r*.l In (he
with. steeliest epptHaalty forearly sid In Clay County.. ,Florida lntor..rtlnn of acid Mo..hill
advancement ta this area. "_rib..: a. follow.iTHUMB Avenu. and ftakrMe Avenue,
CERTAIN JKNInn efKINOMLEY 4nl1 (ho .aid IkNurd' did, In laid,
Write and teQ SM sheet yaw AVENUK. AOAMMarrHUKT r..olniioniI
.ad KIIXJK "STRKKT: Henimano
and dlM-lam ell
self. Reply at Spas tsi VkePrestdeal. ()Ill AVENUE: in Hoctlon f. rlrnt..p (ha County and Puhlln
cox UM WnUrOardaa. Town of Urons. Park accord.Inn i.. and ... the Und ron.tUutlnf (
lo put' reoordod in Plat m t mada r I
Fla. 11-4-3U Book I I. pee. II of the Public Rennunre and "Hnrlaim" an PERMANENTFull
alR CONDITIONING BEVERAGES REAL ESTATETWIN : .oor.aofy'I:;:, County, rlc: -"I. M th. Mid. CniltUv aniaKIla
aevlh ef HUt .
In and to In
ATTENTION LADIES Chrbt. llooi ... any or
) No. and _
Ill thor.ln 1
REALTY ass Time Oar big issuing part'kularl, '.. healm* kIn ,. '''''.e, sift ...arqulriMl..1... "."by" .'In.nor
MILBEI *; thuee pentane o| Ik* k
> err Mrlptlrn' In curb .Ir..t.
PAUL'SAn time. Several opealaf lee worn bcv "...... 1I1.\i *follow. I. R.nnunr.. and. dl.i'l.lm al' ,

REFRIGERATIONSERVICE UUJa T. Net It M who vtaa U ...... Make a Ins dupe docrlh.d lyln.: arcH\ af* ,: Io.:-< .'........>..
Merrier Christmas for ,..- late. to w 'PeJa Inter* therein,
.... ..110| IliM : I unnn any.r !
of sal d ar pl.t apn.ul.r::: nr ... i
Local RovorafesOpea 1\0 self sad fud.,. Write Avoa.e0 8 VVwl' vIS'ease Park' with .> .II|I, tt'''
RENTAL SALES the M rword. ft' ra rrtinIf I U that of when want
...... Oalda Sweat, P. fl[ Its M\ili( it.. tt.said Htalep , tlerlda a. it salt Itierlbtoe < tlmp year you

I A MC> 1'A. MVDaval *4CREAOB..1 Cs11111rreU'. QalEdS.l Bit 117, Llvo Ode. Ffc..) .I I .'"r UVV'VSiKS!;I .* :.,er,.itrfot.r it' !, ebb d.v of N...."" get out and'ffo somewhere Hut,. you SING want

t .. Cu ... -- I I liMISCELLANEOCS lhl" :V.n L ,:' f o.kMy: ..:V': f..k t'' h>. A n. sew
liipjbkl THK noAnn or will
n. P'OI'NTMltealfwn'ne to look most fluttering ..o you
9 .S 14111 ftft 1C the mouth IIn.of r<> or CI.A'mi' 'i your very ,
t .. Pamtetta StreetHosaa Ceaarty UBS SerHBfl Greater Cmy asa PeMloil f.Oranie; Parki': th.nrNorth ,.r>,.... rionin
1II' *al: DTl n.nrio UNOTIfr C.r141/ certainly visit. Kibby & Haymond's for ft .'a"on.
SMI7MSS4MM Notary PahRsPHONR SJ"rtll"
Ffceaa North of" Oraare Park II. till'M (,oa, 11'p Clint
"*.to ill 11 feet t* Ih. ...t "
..... Pone Il.11.\1.1",I ..
.. Ilea befor leave
HOME MINDED UM phat 'f said Section T. rrrse. al upru "-up you
Offke SS43M1Oraate
Park!* North ee 11'
rn.JANa. BOATS Ava. S. at lay M.PROUTCBT rut approved lot win ret yesyear w.., alonaaakl .act lln.Illl .. nr nl..ttA216tlRpieRlrtl
dream steam la City IS r..l le the poiei, of Its TAt' }'
H .
One Crve 8psl.u .inPan6. N.II.. tir'l l OUR
TV APPLIANCE Cs..'". M Weetridfo. PhoaeSM4HU lnl.real4 mar .Bn*., Its cur CommlMlvn I..hereby. given Ih

SERVICE INLET MARINA ( laeheoavUle, ... at .Iflod alt he and lima lie and.heard pl..r* abov *p.. uf Or.." C.". Siirlnia.' of Flrrlda* city, if.J4 Alms Musts Klhhl Mr !iEliymonll !

Blfhl, ...-..... u.i..... i ".,.d Ike.( "* day rf No."". fllr will hold Hall' a In public eald eily kearlna-'h. al.I'the* '
w. Repair All ends 'f'MVU'wHnn at 1,11 I'M on the tlk Jay :el 'I.
i>d BeeiyatJMERCURT 1'0 nr
December, ..... for Ike
Scrvteiaff Clay Cents A Z UPHOLSTERY WE: PAY HIGHEST CASH for MWlMtONirM: ()f1' CLAY of eon.ld.rlns' P.....e .f"rpeH I Air Conditioned1 I ComsleieWIO

For. Ustoes Tears lit MaiasJU AveaweOreea ....... furniture, China, (taaa. iv nUNTV.)nrse, rionirui 'L. err1.. dinance Ordinaac to t*amend rion.' .Ih Ik..* fellow I.. Inc* DRYERS SERVICE

nil" Park Ph. 344VMIULLERTON'S SALES a SERVICE One Sprint Alas hoBsehoid. ...... by the Clerk'oC lee ..."rlll.4 property within

pieee or .....,... CaD Car1' Ik* corpor.t. limit.i .
Florida Traders, SM-S1M. north lie f..t'P.Im.r. Verrii
Wet A Dry Stores. rUWfTTURE Tract;.r'r: 'lot. J' K Ulrck Kibby & Raymonds
14 H. Orange At*. Marine Ways CANVAS WORK I from It. prnl | .llon af
".1 ilnfl. Family Im.lllna'
... Cor* fftten. IH-I'II c.& HIGHWAY 11 SOUTH I BOAT TOPS A CUSHIONS 'I.I r let to "A" Aa-rlmll.ral Die
SLIPCOVERS MADE Weal Coast CerperaUoa re. rlct.. aid whirs. would ....... IIKAUTY: HAU). O}' OIIANOK: .I'AHK
Grants Park Pkoae 344-M3S II uk-.rtlo. 1.f "SwtlBB I ., said'
bcOCNMXOACCOUNTING ..... rrtaatM4 tftS4 Ir .....
"New Puraltora > FOR SALE Iii allnl.r. /rdieaaraa..1 '
s VIIL I la the Men Thra .. Than Evenlaf by Appetaiaaeat
wtthsUad ilaaatlal :.blr:71'i'.4:: t:
MOBILE HOMESMORILE with tie OU Comfort- rigid n C. la Arrlseb Isle U. 1. Hwy. 11 ....1111

fio C. A. HUMMEL I..... Saaare Feet sub lies |II WfortaC MCM 5ae ur.l Al' paid IH.irlri.' bin. :.. and .la.. .111

.fralabW kMtoto ..14Yk1u4Mbipe. ...U.. In lnloro.1 aid "rlt"" art no "udlrm'li women Only
AND HOMES IUEPLUS111IVLATION ..... hall kavo an . ,.
.Teo beard
IIlu..n'l fhinspiretl i ; Uses"
TAX SERVICE a .fw.... .. .....< kfVMf URN r.RM.NEH\ :

Lute Ksnney Owner We buy ertt or. trade.Paetery BAXLEY TRIM SHOP "eel. .... MM 'ffVtyM4 Cllr (." .rlt 11.11.

Ortnc A... Oren Cove enlist for 'TtyWMoMle 14M WIN IdlewtM A..... This ls top grade mater ..... te smelly kt

TwLSS4-4Tl Hiss baiK .. Oreea B 1. Bm II lal used U the walls of ths .bkff wed ky web. MtiMUl ..

i'ergonaliid! 8e"iee.rcountin.r Cove Sp...... Soo the bat !Hvmro 043951GnaCrrsIi5Uagi vertical aaacmbly building _.....W Sus Mabek

I. foot Tilsarsaia* at at the Caps. 14 c., .lilt? ftMl ......

.\ ft Tax ear let oa HUhway 1' East. a.B4*-- _*.*.**.. _...oh I Youn In any quantities and TMtoM krMMbM. *f tk*
Returns ... ........ s. .... ... 5 55.7. for 3.75 cents per square awed ...... Pro/NS IM f
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES 555. 5 aSS y 5..4. _
ffwrRusinew. INC. AUTOMOTIVE. foot. This costs ua over per .... pnateidl 1.. 1 VJ

Firma & ssven cents In car load lots. MNmnt "... $95 N14r HEM
TeL 354-3111 Oreea c... ..... and ........ ESTATE
Individuals You can Insulate a 30itO 951. ,..,......
FUK.VITURKHarold ) foot attic for "5.00. wltk I" pew. hut .......

i triNG OIL MILK DELIVERYW.D.Morris batty, Owner ....,...... ... "....

FREE ncsn A CLIMATECoadltloalevr SsstW /Mrq.ti.., adnatl.lnl RESIDENTIAL I

EnTMATEX' DELIVERY' Corp.Phoao aid ..........qf.- & i\\\\ \\i

' A fad Hems Delvery Of STAMPS M4-MII.4 set ta ... .
unlit yes .. up yW

........ for Oeort 'Taraer' ..IBM*. for ...fM. *.. REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL/

RUBIER tajki M4 IllUllltlft .tor*. ACREAGE

KEROSENEHEATING All Milt 1..II.lte Sets write KiUMkUMkH c.... ) .
Jersey '
STAMPS .... (lets. IIH run I RENTALS

rN - 4Mirll I Bled.. M. LnMI

Made '1''. OrderJOHN'S ...... Mill OT MB

ROME DEUVERY r_ lanes FARM LOANS ftoWrl. T. ....... aa t I TAN -wt HAH TIlt Kin

.1 I U I-7J4I. Art* ewe lit TO 1ilda


FUEL 34 W. w..... St.Greea 0 TIMBER I

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C Gra Cove VWaKy FOMHTMCOMPANY Lone Terms . 00 : C Dia l 284_948 1 INO ANlW12 ..

AIL TYPES penalty oa prepayncatFEDERAL U. 54W1s.Ass. 01A1 3$4.5411S

NM-' ........

Pun Fr. ...- .... tint.Es. HANK ASSOCUT30N: ..... I" Th1 =
heM.uCa. /
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|TE SERVICE STA.Omasa Hess 1M+I+4i.. I. a WAINWRIGHT 13tkJtroe437M4M sad IsiBiiriiir r 1 r
I'Mu. ,,
gees.54. .... ........... A.., OCS .
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NOTES AND QUOTESMiddleburg week-end with Mrs. W. C. GREEN COVE (SPRINGS .
II Clay County ServicemenAirman Williams and attended church BOWLING -
j Socials and Sunday School at the Won Lost In Florida; ..,
Lucien H. Wells, sonof ; Methodist Church. Professors 24 12 '
in the roombeer's .
Mr. and Mrs Willard L. Kingfishers 24 12 game .r
Wells of Green Cove, has been By Vos and McDonald lected'tofthe'Who's, ;, Who In Misses Debbie and Chris 8-Balls 19 tt 16V4
elected for training at Cha- w d American Colleges and Univer Richardson of Jacksonville en- Jokers 17% UV4 the one...
irate AFB, HI, as an Air Force Friends of Mrs. Ruby Gales, silica Congratulations to Phyl- joyed the weekend with their Magnolia 17 18 '
aircraft maintenance specialist. a former resident of Middle- 1s and her happy parents grandparents the L. R. Rich- St. Johns 15 21'' for good taste,, ( .'
will be to learn
burg happy
A 1662 graduate of Clay High ardsons. Untouchables 14H 21tt
School, he recently completed that she is improving' from a Rebels 12% 23% good fun
Entering the Gainesville University -
serious auto accident. She lain
: Welcome to two new families blasted 8t
basic training at Lackland AF The Professors
B, Tex. St. Vincents Hospital.Mrs. Hospital for tests and in Middleburg The Flnleys Johns 4-0 to move Into a tie ,
treatment of a rare heart condition in the Mary Chalker house,i for first with the Kingfisher'
Pearl Chesser has returned were Duane Masters and the Days in I. C. Johnson'shouse. who dropped 3 to the Rebels \
from .here and his brother
from Tltusvllle where .
AUTO LAFFS Dave Kennetfs 222 single, 802
she went to visit with her Douglas from Jacksonville
r ,'. 548
set and Al Ive 238 were
P daughter and family, the Kenneth the big guns for the Professors.Bart .
8 Thompsons The Thomp- The: Junior Girls Sunday CHURCH NOTES Christian's 441 and Esther : -
,3 dsA School Class the !Methodist Church, Frank Edwards -
sons are being congratulated j tpt Baptist O'Nell's 437 led the worn- L
3 on the birth of a son. Church met for d welner roast Pastor: ea Freddie Hancock: rolled aI I
at the home of their teacher
SUNDAY 538 to pace the Rebels.
LUCIEN II. WELLS ReturnthChattanoo; ; Mrs. Herbert Cooper on last
and Mrs Those 'enjoying Preaching' Service 1I:30.uL: ,
ga, Tenn., were Mr. Thursday evening. :
j) TN' J. L. Alvarez and children. the games, hot dogs,po- Church School ; .:.,10:45 A.M. or WOMAN'S : i
Pvt. Maurice W., Thlbault, They' visited numerous points' tato chips; toasted marshmallows M. Y. F. ..,.... ... ':30P.M. CLUB MEETS *..
I GIVE SUCH COOP, son of) Mr. and Mrs Albert V. Interest while enjoying the and drinks were: Terry Revival Meeting Nov. 14 thru
THE of
Woman's of I
Thlbault of Oreen Cove, has from Oak- The Orange You name game ,ping-pong or check.en .
WE STOP HERE' fall foliage. Alvers, Debbie Ann Huntley, 19; Rev. Pickett your
Park met last week at the club
E SEEYERY MOWING,. completed a radio relay andcarrier' Theresa Lander Bonnie Mer- crest Methodist. Church, Jack- house. I cards or chess. Plat it hard, and it '
repair course at the
What a breakl) You've stop- Army Southeastern Signal The Civic Club at its regular rittL Ann Cerey, Leslie De sonville. The hostesses for the month takes a lot out of you. That'i when you
ped at !.&Rue'. Service Sta- School, Fort Gordon, Oa. meeting, Monday evening' May,Vlckl and Teresa Hilllard, Mrs. Arthur Allen, Mrs George
: Patricia Masters and Edna Lee. Baptist Church, L C. Johnson like most to settle down In a soft t.chair and enjoy
tion and the finest auto The 17-year-old soldier entered of last week, completed plans Pastors Murdock and Mrs O. W. Law-
service in town Is yours. Let the Army in April, 1985, for the Talent Show, which head, decorated the club houseIn your friends' talk and your beer's taste.Beer was
US attend to your car. and ''completed! basic combat will be held Dec. 3, at 8:00: pin. Among those attending the SUNDAY fall colors,, Refreshments made 'to relax with. Made:to refresh you, cool '
training at Fort Gordon He It is hoped that every one will\ Florida-Georgia game last Sat Sunday School... 8:45: A.M. were served on a table done in
LARUE'SSERVICE attended Clay High School. support this event urday from here were: Mr. and Preaching Services . 11:00 A. gold and fall flowers. you,cheer your taste.So next time you're playing
Mrs. Olin Howard, Mrs. BettyJo M. and 7:30 P.M.B. Plans were discussed for the some sociable at-home game, take time
STATIOY'Phone Mr and Mrs. L. C. Canova Barthlow and son Steve, .T.U. ,........... 830PM: annual Christmas Bazaar to for the
out of beer.
FOR all-round companionable
THE BEST In taste i
/' tM-flOS have received word that their and Susan Wiegel. Youth Fellowship 8:30 PM be held Saturday, November 20. i)
Junction Hwy II 17 rood printing try the CRES daughter, Phyllis, was one of Prayer Meeting,Wed. 7.30: P.M After the meeting, members UNITED STATES .RBWIR* ASSOCIATION.tHCo\ J
Green Ceve Sprint CENT PRESS, INC. The price the twelve from Shorter College Mr. and Mrs'Clarence Met- Visitation, Thurs 9.15: AM. divided Into groups for their P.a NX 173 WMTtM pass.rtOMOAa
II I rlfht. ,Rome Georgia! to be se- calf of Orange Park spent the and 7.30: P.M. favorite card games.

i SOUTHERN 1 + 1 CRosse .'


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A AN NNIVEIIAIIYI N $ I M with quilted mattresses in the South . Southern Cross celebrates its 82nd Anniversary'with .

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NOVEMBER 11. 1"5 QHay!( 1 (County Crescent! FACE: 8STEX


I Penney farms (ConUnned turn Page 2)) NOTICM or trrtciSUWIrTKM T--;;; NOTirtg or IMTH.TIOI TOMHOlaTHR
Reporter Ing to figure out bow to get riCTlTIOlS ceasE rlCTITIOl nasa NOTICE: RECORDS
Marie Bntterfsss. phone 52-ll Nolle' li ber."!' .iv." that tbsund.Men.d Nonce I. boreby given that the ,
re-elected come November soX ends the provli- underellned tlnd.r lbe pr"I.lon.t .
From this forward I will
The Rev. Percy R. Batchelor Inns ol chapter lit,**, of Law of Flori day
Natalia Chapter
Zertsalova won't take much of laws
accompanist and doctor of Philosophy degree your time Florida Acts of lee, wl .l.- : AcU :'M'1' will rffiittrwltb not be responsible for debts Incurved
will be the preacher at the 11 ,were enthusiastic over their *were awarded him at Yale What I want to know Is, What tar with the Clark of the Circuit the Clerk of Circuit JOHN'S RADIO a TX
o'clock services In Penney Memorial -'I presentation of the woru of University. He was ordained in does the word MILL mean to Stale Court of In Florid and for. spun Clay reoelpt County Court. of In Florida and for, p"a receipt Countyelse. of, myself! by anron.other than
Church on Sunday.Mr Mozart Beethoven, Bach Tchaikovsky New Haven in 1923 and served Hlnonert"'Anybody of prow of publlo tlcn of ,thl* proof of publication of tkle notice
nodes tb* ftolHIoui name ofDlub name of Key Willie Presley Plummer 14 W, Walnut 81John's
and Sarasata. 21 :year in churches and 21 with enough sense Gift G.d. l., kddre.MRt. molds Industrial Park.
1, 4I., Keriton J.,1'LI'I Reynolds* Oreen Cove Spring, Florida
*. Carrie E. Nelson will to get through the tint Bos 81
additional yean on the staff primary Florida. $IW .801 Broad lit, Rd.
conduct a tour through Japan On Hallowe'en of BratUeboro Retreat. know what a MILL is," III'De4: Dorolb, ', WAltd.a Rlehmo.d, V..' 11./-/tp
a 10.U.UcDW 11..UoRIP
and Hong Kong, via tildes, from Section B In the Quad Mrs. cntt hold an ,A. B. growl Hlzconer. -It I 11 one _'.III.III11U..Mn'.III. -1IIIIIIIIIItIII- J --- Sunday evening at 7:30: o'clockIn dressed in costume (a bit from Oberlln College and her tenth of one penny or one dol
the Quad master of Science degree from lar /in one thousand dollar and ,
frightful !
as to masks) and pa Radio & TV
raded about the patio.. The Simmons College If we dont get higher sale Harris Paint Center ,
The midweek service next group vlalted each sectloa Donations The cults have two daughters tax, do away with homestead ,
Wednesday evening, will be led of many pennies and : Margaret K. Curt Stan exemption and up the gasoline BOA ,- :- ,ZENITH

by the Rer. Alfred A. Watkins, even larger offerings were Joyously of nyria Ohio who I* a housewife tat. we won't have enough c.'The: house of Color" AMANA NORM APPLIANCES
at 7:30: o'clock>> In the church. given, thrown into the mother and high schoolteacher money to even Inspect Nassau
of Math. Nancy Jane next year" ,2346 Blinding Blvd. Jacksonville: -
trick and treat bag and on On
80 now I know what MILLs Experienced Service All Makes <6 ModelsBRYINO
Csatt resides in Mason Mfch., a ,
Intercessory prayer matingtomorrow Sunday given to the Myra Morton
I > and served a* UnherUrTeacher' I It I It a factory when a tot LATEX MASONRY PAINT, gal. $2.95 & $3.95 CULT' COUNTY OVER I* TEARS
morning (Friday) at Bible das*- > cum of $5.52. ,. .
'' of - -
9:30 o'clock In lecture room led Later in the corridor of Section of Linguistic* and machinery squeezes the day Merchants Oreen Stamp Hour: 1:00: to 8SO:
l UghU! out of 24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs
by.Mrs. Mildred Button. B, the whole Group B presently I II a graduate student taxpayer while only at this paint store Friday til 1.00: P. II.U.U.2to. -
joined together in the traditional in State University of they run In Circle! being reduced , Phone 284-3122
to man particle
The Elton: Stone Bird Club treat of elder and Michigan

will join with the Duva County doughnut
Audubon Society R' fleU ,Viola L Fisher M. D. native -
trip around the MHC ground Mrs. Mabel E. Crosley had of St.Louis, Mo., ha establish SAVINGS SAYIN'GS
on Nov. 13. 'Meet; at' Breezeway U her guest for the past week ed residence In Apartment 103-' SAVINGS ., ? '. ?, ? ? ? ? in
at 3:30 o'clock. Supper at her ton and daughter-in-law, B.
the,Quad at 5:JO. Mr. and Mrs. O.' Thomas Dr. Fischer hold a bachelor'
French of Buffalo. of Science degree from TJnlver* NO
city of Nebraska, bachelor of
The Art Appreciation lecture:
medicine from the
"JI'rombe On** KooU" Nov. Dr. and Mrs Frank M. Gracey Universityof
17 at 9:30 o'clock In the lecture had a* an unexpected guest Minnesota and medical doc i
room. This la the taint of the her nephew Roy Rice of Toronto tor from the University of Minnesota -

_ series by Dr. Frank M. Orace,. who was on hi* way to Medical School,: She
served a* missionary physician:
St. Petersburg. .
in ChIna from 112 to' WO.
The annual meeting of the then at Tanganyika Africa for
MHC Garden Club will be held The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Milton the next nine year and later \
In the lecture nan a' 2:30: o' Stacey Csatt came a* new In Malaysia from 1961 to 18.,.
clock Nov. 17. resident to laiC on October Last place of residence wa at
33, from BratUeboro, Vt. Both the Lutheran Mission Tank : W* have many reaaen tee stating a UemeaaeM celebration. ef ear second an
Choir rehearsal and chorus are native of Ohio; Dr. Csatt Malaysia. nlversary la which yen are Invited to ,.rUel,.... We have Jut eenchtM a irw..r
7.00; o'clock Nov. II. from Tappan and Mrs.' Ctatt year la which PLYMOUTH M the field. la Clay c..." We are new showing ear
from Dover Center great new 1N4 model line. We are slashing prim acre** the .board en ear ....IM...'
They are
Mary B. Stony report the member of the United Churchof I Miss A. Marion Freed, reside don sleek ef sjaed can, demonstrator and remaining INS model new earL BUT A
succeeded m enlisting MHC Christ and are residing inApt in Jl, the apartment once occupied NEW CAR AT A USED CAB PRICE!
by one of the Burkhart
resident to attending the six 303-D.
(liter* at the Quad. She come

cert Civic.' *. Music All who Association attended: con-last Czatt received at OtUrbtln his Col formal had from been Newark employed, N. J, where a* Receptionist she. Give Yourself A Treat Let Yourself Go'
> performance featuring let where be earned his A. B.
at Presbyterian Hospital.

Igor Otstrakh, violinist and degree bachelor of
; a Divinity
.She Is a graduate of Ten- hY 1
runt College, formerly in Philadelphia -
I List and now in Princeton
Tour Clay County Property with it' t. For 2$ yean she

served a* pastor assistant 'ft

Frank W.: Brown city churches.: She ha been PlymouthHere
active in her church In thewoman's

association, direct
sobMjU..i1 ..... young people's work sad taught
la church school She came to

Bug irI10s tSIS15g MHC on October 29. i!:

'-. a.& .......11 .- ... ... Anther new MHC resident You Will Find the County'sLargest
'" Introduced last
f trlhls 1/5 NN was Sunday a*
Edward: B. Woodward, a native
of New Egypt N. J, who 1* a I
F. 4 """ '
Mr. Woodward was an elec
trial engineer before
retireBe -
I bee been active M a lteaens -
and aa elder and served

INSURANCE I Ie a* chairman ef various com
AGENCY mlttee II* last resided la Haddonf -
bid, X. J.
Mr. Woodward ha three
children: Louise Cleaver a .
hmnewlle in Mt. Carmel, Conn.. C "rTUntvtl.q.: : ProWentCJnjlon
Another daughter Is Evelyn Au-
U GREEN NOETTI ORANGE AVENVE: I ne, of Tumbala, Chlapu, Met Revels C6rycekr-l'IJmmitli, Inc. '65 DEMONSTRATORS NEW '65 PLYMOUTHSREDUCED
a mkMionery. HI son to aa

engineer In Princeton blase.l _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ REDUCED
I Mr. Woodward I II in apartmen All Ml'CIIM. $1 000 MUCH $800
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g-34 of the Quad. .

i The meeting of the W.C.T.U

ccs Mi-wet CONO. 144-tetl Christian Outreach," win be

presented by Mesdames Teed. CLAY COUNTY LEADER:
I t Orr and Combs.
Anniversary Bargains


Next '63 FALCON $1195 '60 VALIANT , $495

CUSTOM WAGON 4o ,. Art.eafkIX. &:- IK. AaUmalle .'.........n.

JflI SERVICEDEPARTMENT UraamnlsulMi. ,.410. beater, white' wsll ...., .toaUr, 4aoor.tlrM .
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A SundayAttend 'CHEVROLET , $1395 'CHEVROlET $595

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TaU Chrysler CMVM.Iteu's fisMew.,.,..,. ".Nf. '"" ": "" .tesvi''r testes, In. '

mttt .1InIIt,. A44 Ikal U UM kln4. ef *MH|.H..., tory air eeedl/ 63 MONZA $1095

I SMra wrrie svenebr at Claries Rove Y. TM have '63 RAMBLER $995 Ra11.' ......,. ........*
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MIAMI[ BOUND 1&0 1-Lb.
Freeman Everett president of 'the'Often 'COT Jayeees, Pkf.LB.. LB 75c
'I stands betide a car provided through the courtesy:of Fred u
{ / f-e-r Davis Bukk-PontUe, Inc. to transport'*'contingent! .f local
I Jaytees to a''4-day lUte Jaycee conference!. hi Miami In Freshly Ground "Sever-Right". Heavy Western
addition to President Everett those!attending, tnm, ,Green .
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t DRAGLINE BULLDOZER COM were. Mr*.. Everett; Vlco-Pmldent Hal McKee and BEEF F i'' 3 139 SHORT RIBS 39tI

CLEAR1NO GRADING Mr. MtKees Second ,VI.-PresldentRandy, ,Brftmon and .
; Mr*. Branson; and Chaplain Freddie Haneoek.'" left I " Heavy Beef 'Sager-Right'Heavy, Western

DITCHING BULKHEADS about noon Friday and returned Sunday,afternoon.LEQAL ." u.
.. . ,\. ..-- I BRISKET STEW 35"SuptrElthf < RIB ROAST 89t

MOT1CB CLAY COUNTY GIRLS' IN &-- .. Fore. Perk Qnlek rresea Headless
.I" CLAY COUNT: FLORIDA Eight 4-H girU representedClay .. I
Rte. 1, Box 40-1A, Green Cove Springs, Florida, In CHANCERYMe. eal11.QEJ.lZABETH County' in'the.,,Press Revue .. M IMp .

Eldon J. Robinson tOOl NEWBILL, at the Greater Jacksonville ..
T.W. Tyler .. '
YL.InUtfANDR.'N' Fait,
Phone m-8614 or S84-S538 } LEWIS NEWBILL Those modeling were. : Mar PLNDM
i Defendant tha, Sarah"and' Susan' Baunderi .- CLOROX
NOTICE) or SUIT, of Orange Park, and Marsha .
810 Crescent Drive AWn, Nancy Novak, and Joyce
1 Boulder YOU ,ARE Colorado HEREBY NOTIFIED Petty of Green Cove. ii FOR PLEASING GIFTS! r
that a Suit ha been riled
LET us RECAP YOUR avalmt you In the above entitled ipMI11IMIMIMIMIMIM
awe and you are hereby r.0ulred V'.WSCREDULESOP :
to serve upon plant!!!'.
,: attorney whose name and adappear .. ,HOUSE TONIGHT PlastieC 490BLEACH
drell' hereon your written '
defeimee If any to the bill Green Cove'* Post'M88, Veterans PLAfO
of complaint In laid eult, copy Jq.
of. Wars, 1s holdIng erwswe..ewr
Foreign 41AaSJ.hwe..4
1181s11None ef which U delivered to you
; Herewith, on or before December art "trpen house" today, beginning .. KNU 5411-..,
e.I, A. O 1065 FLOOR WAX. e.. 11.10Ceun.
Herein fall not or decree proeorvfeuo H;'(.3o pjn, to which fed Sore N 34
will be entered agaltut all veterans. 'In the area areinvited' 4*1 11.15.40
YOU for the relief prayed III the
bill of complaint ;."/,'\'' 'ft'W/ .
too small . NONE TOO LARGE!IJ THIS: NATURE OF SAID SUIT Refreshments', be served. Irr Hawaiian PUNCH
BEING FOR Divorce *{ftU .
> '- WITNESS my band and the The VJ-W/Cluto; ,,house is located Ipewerrw.rr
seal of laid Court at OrenCove
OUR WARRANTY SorlnKi Florida, this on South Orange Avenue. siaiin
) led day of November, A. D. -- + : laDKNTAl* e S"T'"
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(SEAL) BETTOI't'HOMEMr '' *B fed Ikm N.v,14 :
Clerk Circuit Court and Ur.I4tc)_; C.:Carleyreturned1 OR .9
Hy Vivian H Sobm
Representing Cotney Tire Service, JacksonvilleMILLER
rputv Clerk 'horn*,U.\V.ek: froma LOW CALORIE Can
T. J,' JENNINGS!!. JR. ,
Mr sister
Attorney for Plaintiff visit with ; Carley's EXTRA
TIRES AUTOUTE BATTERIES A''roul' In, JttleRoekArk.: : and 10waaeaa..rerr.r
P. O Box til
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS fV -PLAID STAMPS Green Cove,prince, FlorH Mrs Carters,sister U'.\Tulsa, I-Ib. a.... 1iAU1Fee.
} 1144lpKUMMAGK Oklahoma.While in: Tulsa Mrs OMSW1CK STEW eyeOeMaASe.l.11aWee.
I Carley'enjoyed'%, "'tect 80th .14
Open Mon. Sat.- T*. M. t.I P. M. ..
; birthday;: fraqlLe; nephew
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SALE Randoljphi Robertson, who
The Sacred Heart Ladies piloted her In his own plane above -
J. Q. TIRE SERVICE Guild will sponsor a rum the .state of. Oklahoma PLAID MORTON'S'
mage sale In the Green This was. Indeed,':>v thrill for . eerr i1Aan 14es.wNa (
Cove VIA paUo from 8 Mrs Carley since they previously ..1.wt a.e..1e .. 4 99
A r are .. ..
til Orange Ave. Green Con Springs o'clock until a on Saturday. I lived in several cWes> in Ok pep.. tar. Her. 54JA FROZEN .

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Now '66 Chevelle Malibu by Chevrolet |I VM.C....BXTMACT JAg.f.nd PVM ll-IS-SS tar*fees.Nenr... a.t.41Arn SeI 14. lona PEACHES


Two racy, new

hardtopsA Palo HALVES ORa 4 89C

In Flogs A.r ca Cans

coup cleen-Kulptured with recesses. MWllKo'r rest c.r.JAS. 11.15-.e sirsR ; SLICED '

window,and for the first time
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er- 1-Lb. Del II. Whose Err or Cr. Style
-a 4 Sedan.Pick from 12 racy-look- 25 EXTRAMarBariae. Pula PEACH PIE Lack CORN 2"Jane
Ire new Chevelles In all for 66. ____ __ < 35t
'' Fl.leea.e .y m1 Parker Ilea .f IS Del Monte Early Garden
iII Not only will you And more : Ik oI. SSvreta

-wL.-- lineup variety,but in yen the'more 66 $1 hevelle what :::::-:.;;::T.'14'. GLAZED DONUTS 39< .BLENDEDPEAS2 CM. 45<

I 1 I makes a Chevelle a Chevelle. Jaae Parker Golden II"..., Betty Maker l-Lb. 8....

'' ..w1 1 Sport Say Seda you pick"'tad a now' Malibu it1''the t!I :55!::::InK: LIf: LOAF CAKE 2 -" 49< CAKE MIXES 3 $ $1

1 \ ? new 220-hp V8.,\You>6' go d 0 Asserted H.Byw.ed WhllelwvjMC II FL Os.
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yourself quite a machine. ::: : ;:: ::
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f ,y 4"' l Or pick'a!': 'Malibu l Sport p"e) CANDY BARS 6 to"19< EVAP MU 6 Ca19

.'1 I; '. Coupe, equip |ft.with the newStratobvcjtet
e : ,";ront seats,
1 and order the'hew 7J6-h V8. I

t'' I ,e more You've yourself' even ,Mix l'' or__ Match'em Produce Sale! *

I Or maybe'you'd like t c > '

1 I.. pick a new' black-grilled S-; .""
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396 Coup or'Conversable.

P I ''(Standard *ngtntf(ti a Tvrbo-. !oily rIa. U.BM
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: See the new '66 Chevrolet, Chevelle Chevy LT Corvalr and Corvette at dealer'sROBERTS

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