The Clay County crescent
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079902/00143
 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
notis - ADA7385
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System ID: UF00079902:00143

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Skule Bored Non-Meeting [SEE POTLIKKER] .

Old Cherry Cobblered Grolter 1 9 9I I


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I 1725 Foot Johns-Manville Building Underway I

Clay High-.. Devils Green Cove Leaders EnthusiasticAt

Slug It Out On Field Start; Local Labor To Be Used


The start on Johns-Menvllle's massive Oreen Cove Mote than 100 persons and possibly as many as 200
Coach Billy Montgomery's Clay High grldden evidenced Tranalte plant elicited enthusiasm and high hopes from will be employed In the construction of Johns-anvllle's
.what most witnesses regard M a poor sense of every leader In thhe city polled thhls week by The Cm- vaMat mulll-mlllion-mllllon dollar Tranalte pipe manufacturing
sportsmanship lut Friday night when most or all mem cent ficlllty at Orion Cove
ben of the team broke Into an open fight with their The vital Impact on the community's economy, the A spokesman for 0 P Woodcock Co., of Jacksonville,
opponents from Like City In the fourth quarter of another need to take a new look .t political and social) municipal the principal contractors for the bulldlnir said clearing
losing game. services prospects mere stressed by many, and iiadiiiK of the site at the Intersection of highways
Clay High lost the game by a score of 23 to 0, It .was Johna-M nvllle, considered by objective experts as U and 11 will begin Monday. Heavy equipment U J being
the second straight defeat this for Clay High. Since bro\' ht In thU week
year one of the two half dot:n corporations In the .world began ;
Coach Montgomery has been running the Oreen Cove It, clearing. the ails for Ita rnulU-mtllton dollar plant at tho F Clank. Jo1us-M.nvlll'a project engineer arrivedIn
the team nu lost nine games and .won three. Intersection of highways 16 and IT on Monday Green Cove yesterday to take over supervision of the ;
The team's action .WM reminiscent of the walkout of Reactions ranged from Hugh Smith Spring Motors) ronatructlon work, :
Clay High's basketball team In a game last .winter with "Tickled tickled: its the greatest thing that ever hit ti "e a The 13I-foo/ plaint with IU nrtwotk of auxiliary In. j
Satna Fe. The excuse then .was that the referees were Green Cove alnce Black Creek water Let's go" ,to- the s ttalUtlons will cover more than 31 acres of land. Johns'
biased. The excuse last week was that th Lake City team somber .warning of Harry Penman (Hurry's Shop) "If Manvllle purchased from John>> Hall close to 120 acres on 1
was not playing In a sportsmanlike manner. our merchants mill take up they can make it." the north and south sides of Highway. It
According to other sources close to the Clay High Other reactions: A spoktaman for Woodcock said while they plannedto
team. It .was "outweighed, out-ceased: and suffering from J. P. Revels Ford Motoramal! "I feel It's the beat employ only about 40 persons on the ronstruitlon .work
injuries. thing that has happened In Oreen Cove In the twenty that subcontractors would unquestionably employ upwards
It Is impossible this week for The Crescent to get an years I have been here." : of 100 more
accurate count on the Injuries suffered by members of Fred Davis Van Neu Dulck-Pontlacl : "It will be a p The pUnt ls scheduled for completion In six month
the team so far. wt year was regarded as one of the boost to the whole economy of the community De Johrs-Msnvllle, whose 11I8:1: sales were clone to halt a
Continued( on rage Eight) lighted. . ," p billion dollars, was eatablUhrd In New York lot years ago
City Commissioner Edward B Taylor: "I couldn't be The eonipany as U U known today was founded In aNew
happier to see such a company coming In. , ,* York basement In ISIS by H W, Johns. A pioneer In
Moody'andKnowleseHeldFor *. "CTt/Msrurer'X' dteHnevh "Manywonderfuf-tMm routing anil Insulating products, Johns was a founder. ot

11. coming from this great. corporation . many things to the modern abates Industry "
do." In thoae days there were two men on the" payroll and
Circuit Couit t TrialWalter James M. White (retired North Carolina )Industrialist their "research" equipment constated of a clothe' wringer

"The site is a natural. The town will, I hope measure up and a tea kettle with a flattened ipoul. With only this
Edward Moody. J7 years old and James E. to great expectations. Many of us will need to change "fUUIIMfMI, Johns WM able to make his first aabnaloe
Knowlea, Jr. 23, both of Omen Cove, were bound over to our attitudes from amslltown to blgUme thinking" roofing out af manila paper burlap, asphalt and asbestos
the Circuit Court yesterday on charges of assault to com Hervey Roblnaon Clay Building !Supply "O<>>h. It fibre
mgt murder In the first degree. .will put us on the road to real progress. ON the .... ., Ike a-Unt" Jaatra Ua, afejrriaier mas. Till Manvllle family entered the picture .In lilt. In
The action was taken against the two men both of Clayton, Revels Clayton Revels. Chrysler-Plymouth far the O. M. Meodrarh ('., af J..i..BflH/.., r.nIrwUn thai year C D. Manvllle with his three liON T C and
whom have police records by County Judge Thomas J. "All buslneM In the community will benefit. It will be an abe will tcnalrarl the giant bonding, Len everIfca II E. founded the MsnvllU Covering Company In Mil,
Hirers at a hearing In the County Court douse yeeterday. asset In all reapecU, to the whole County," .Una. I..M aald Tl U lee sees weld l a. emiilared. Inth waukae. Till company' produce! Serious types of pipe
The charges .were presented by Bute's Attorney William )- Baxter Williams Williams Hardware) : "Very enthuaiastle iwMlrarlba week arlMdab. to a. ranal*1t4 In Stir. rowings' and other InauUUoiia for plumbing and heating
A. Hallowea. . pleased and happy." sM Ikal M many as p.salbl!. weaM ba ,...-nM... h.allr, systems but their line dud not Include asbestos material
According to State Trooper John Mareh. the two mm M, C. Mayhugh tMayhugh Drun> : "How. could you rinl slept rlrarlng f the Iliac* alto .( the InlefMrltonf In IMI lie Manvllle Covering Company wa* merged
were drunk and disorderly outside a Oreen Cove rests u 7 have anything but a good opinion klh*.,. II and If.MSMHsaiM with UM II. W, Johns aMnurarlurlng Company under the
rant shortly after midnight on the morning of Srpt, 12. Orady A. Smith (Green Cove Coca Cola Bottling *- -- MSKaigMaasB M>BSM BMSM4 name of II W, Johis-atvUl.! Company, At thai lime sales
Trooper Marsh said he attempted to place Moody under Works). ". . extremely happy volume wa about" II million a year,
arrest and that a acuffle ensued Marsh said that when Duncan Oroner The Crescent)* The tremervlou! Crescent Seeks New Trial During the Mil quarter of a century Mpanslon fa
another man attempted to Intervene to halt the altetta- benefit Brent all free. They will Incur new and. aomtumee rapid. ., The asbestos mine In Asbestos& QuIP_, from which

Lion Moody moved In and attempted to forcibly atop the expensive rttl'O llbillUN. This Is our great opportunityWe \ Tr TiM(>Mr TO nc rrnutiui nr TMK: ri*<.tnT IN rampany had two purtUaing asbestos fibre for a
Intervention pulling back the man and laying to him dare not fail to measure up to the expectations' and number of yr was arq,"lred. The company grew and
In IU continuing fight Mlnt the Meted| ronaptf,
"Leave him alone and I let him kin him." hope that have been laid at our feet." ". proatwrad and earned a national reputation fur IU prod.
cf C. W. Srarbrouih, T J. Jennings and II Matt to take
At this point. Deputy Sheriff Paul Boyd happened by Berwick Anderson attorney): This wtUII out urto Mr HIT IU sales volume had grown to more than
ever The Crtaretit. a motion was bled this week seeking anew
the scene of the fight and stepped Into the picture. According of the category of a depressed area I hope every etltaen MO million
to both Marsh and Boyd Moody ..1IIoDo,.. every day In every way will be prepared to accommodate Circuit JixUe Charley Lurkle week before .lug .i.onerated In UM: T r ManvUIe, president, died and prn toreoriansM
too. himself to the needs and desires of Johns-M.nvill '. man.arement" IM company ware launched
the trio after trial of the tail In which second
Moody WM further charted with rraUUng arrest with Unlil 1117 the nirnpany had .ben. a cloaaly 1 held
log to wean Oroner. publUher af Tbs Cr-..., 'theUaUmony .
,violence drunkenness and open profanity (Continued' on Page Peat>)> -.mU, nlrprta. In thai year II was reorganised andbwame
and of their
of the defendants thrmwlvee awn
a '",pen, af wU! ..ptr.d wn rshlp with many
wttneaasa was wildly conflicting. haw storkIwiUlurt, from all parts of the country, II then
I Oroner said eiUacto from Ute drpiialUona and from bacam known .. J.hne-W'ntU. Corporation.UM .
The Welfare State Passed Him ByJohn the tMUmony In Use UMl, would published In The company ..nuf..hn.a Ttnslto pipe products
Cmrtnt M soon M II U a vaiUbto.
al seven of IU 21 plants\
The ovation aatlng, Ute Judge Lur'..'. dime be atUMto
Stone might not agree with those On hi visits to Orson Cove John Mar and Uri a new trial be granUd shad seven reawns
who contend we live In a welfare stale. la a frequent visitor to The Crwcnl whrbe They. are: the final Judgment and decree la eotrry to A I
Stone who passed his tlxty-seventb buys a paper and then Inquires, as tn law; the final Judgment and deer*. U wmtjary to evl Statement
birthday last month bare on the lovely, t. .....: the final Jud<-t and .,.. la ..*i wooded hillside hometended nearly a century what It aays, II* WM greatly InUmu in law and the ewterc. the final) JedfineM) and oWrte leeoMrary !*.< WH.'I ..... .( the (',_... earned Ue lualdatl.r
ago by h.* maternal grandfather, the the primaries lad spring and even mortnUrtaUd to the weight of DM ..kk,... Uire U no eucrsUatlal *.h iM af Mfr.hlng af a., hew within. .... peel
late Junes A. T' otn'& .la the regent hurrVane evidence that Th* Crmrfift mana'vm eM net It *MMla. . s.,..s4 af say rf alr IOTM la l.. .....
On this high ground, after the Civil Stone-'a nrarvat rUhtx* Is lw. mile had a "m.i...enwtI& / ,,,",,,",," '.f whkh the lito" limit{ .....,'. history. .. t54,11
War Thom built a two-slory houa It away. fled heir arts) there to no subtUnUal evld.. to ) Ufy Ta .** ...f.f f.....M w. soy ....., lisp "M .,." ,I
was seat what was then the town of I Family* the rnformMirf, In .1_ or In part al su h -fMM. ... Te eec adfril....r. sail ,...,.. we Mr that with r ee r
Sharon and twice a day the train tram T... be baa three brothers. vent aremywi4.* even It one eats; and flnafly say *nfereasDent leeblag .. will. II..... .. pat ..ea WtUr, more Warm*.
Oreen Cove would thug by on IU way to h? 1 In whole ar In part af eurlt a "mnae* na 4 She * Mdroae In the morolnea and back .to Orson ,. Why dorsal be few with CM ef then agraemant not If one ettoto would. b* eontre"y to U*. the paling, ftwM. sad ar..MlltU* ef Iba .......,.
Cove la the afim soon. ( The ""'""oIU.- be eaya M If he bad] .
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But Stone does not lire to thai haiUaome ., SAemortod M and ferrMton .tat. .M totanC, ('.I'NCAV'1IdeI Mtsrt'I.nAI'rg r..OU"
bouse with Its toua room' and the womenfolk gVaart want vUldm"What ;: .
ap Woman Dies Killway 17A - -- - -
firtpUeee. The bouae la long sine gone do yw. to an dray. ,* on
and eoly lotto mound .4 brtrU sons E Huge Canopy Up At Roberts
ft I tn HP at ftght,, be trill 10 y... PatetU ions. .OH and four kai Care endmle
I.N ever 'YInc' ....... John Stone Onto ...
'" egg far brwakfa en UMkuie
were Injured .to a tusk b d-en eomafan an K...at It
byes .to an eight-by-lcn aback whoee only t wood eato>re (a* steel to st. fumkhtx la a sort of totter, a etafefey IttUe t.Oae and bread See birwto aaar* .*ff.* N Male Traao f Tamil Oa.fa .4 the ,aIn / lane lima tie flnBy been frull al Roberto ('be"..., an
wood move aDd a w.gre electric aryl ...* br.*4 tee saps.r. Ta Wd at "'*rk.tM :. .... the PaMaa w*asa n died. rust atnark. a ewe Orange Aa MTV .
hurt b... what d. ye *.*" r'vL graaaliK Uw M Stone le too &a to work: be Ubeto eat .".... tot aRlllft f b* rays, whit CM bttnc Vrmi br Wia. W, Tbfw, II yeas. nested The lawipy, 4 Vai.ha the pttunrc be gu .*. a awaniJi "... 'An7 Pe env M Italy' Mwp44gaa.stlosb old. If Orson Co's Mart* OarpwaikMi !I. ao..v.rai0 ) skis. )14e1. la M4
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,<(fitav.aIo"ptvaIrtSctnt( ( ( THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, ,9b|

TWO u ___ :
The Priest and The Schoolmaster

ffltay (County (Eresccut $)otliMer Around and Aboutby II, I

;}' by DUNCAN GRONER HUGH SMITH The Rev. Dr. George Deward

Monday night I attended . and after being clobbered during hurricane Dora see his head when it', < ,
? It happened In Green Cove
Sports or Sportsmen by old man W. E. Cherry, was officially ejected low and his words won )
for a plate
from . a non-meeting of the County school board.I Truck driver with big semi-rig looking It's because of that ui
to park next to he found one at the Rio hate
window him
and I .
was tipped off to the unpublicized (Marjorie Long Is Klaus love 111,:
The purposes of school athletics are neither to win very sensitive about the word "secret") non-meeting Monday Drill. Then she added these
games *nor to mangle young men nor to raise funds for afternoon and duly presented myself at the appointed Allie hey, with his own truck and on his own time "If we could all see ea '

stadiums nor even to support coaches. hour. I'm a push-over for "unpublicized" meetings of combing the streets directing operation of power chainsaw i all the time In big ban;),
The purposes of school athletics are to inculcate their bodies who tap the public till crews and gtttlng things tone. coca the whole hate o

participants with a deep sense of team and fair play; of Jesse Tynes, who glory be, will become superintendentof City Manager Ben Zellner everywhere at once from d world would turn into

preferring to"play like sportsmen than to win; and of puubllc (and sometimes private) Instruction in January city limits East, West North and South, advising directing What a grand woman -

Achieving for their participant acme degree of physical was not present. Mrs. Long told me he had been invitedto explaining accomplishing, with patience and sympa rho. Irish philosopher)

fitness. this non-meeting and had sent his regrets thy. A standing ovation to this quiet efficient man whose Ood sees us all the
It Is a small Irony that some coaches choose to equate When I arrived there were present old man Cherry love for this town is exceeded only by his efforts to Improve when our heads are

broken bones with physical fitness. They are not one and who I think, In the public weal chose not to run again it. our heads are bowed up ,

the same thing; broken bones do not lead to physical fit this time; A. E, (Bud) Anthony, Mrs. Knowles Jack Thanks to Freeman Everett and Reid Wager for dry feast and when we fasi wn

ness.The "Wilkinson, another lame duck, Dr Paterson, a contractor Ice. Without It, we would have lost our freezer stock that why he loves u> ant
behaviour of Clay High's team on the football from Keystone named. Trlest and a white-haired I did Bottling Company,
man and to Mr. Smith of the Coca-Cola GEORGE P. HOWARDA gives us! Is that what\ ,
field last Friday night Is not a reflection on the young not recognize . an architect, I think. And of course, who managed to get ice to those desperately in need. DR. meant by loving ,
who lost their tempers; it Is a reflection on the men ens'How
men Mrs. Lori's who Is a sort.of academic Maria Callas
whose observed Johnnie Radar and Eugene Kirker with very remarkable play was
We '
who are In charge of the high school'thletlc program. provoking props
temper tantrums are something to behold.
It JU not an Isolated Instance; it must be assessed in the The conversation had to do with their pulpwood crews and sham saws like a swarm ofanal' being staged a few yean" ago be at times, how tvl) )1 I
putting an addi and Substance. One
for their "Shadow
light of the basketball team that walked off the court tion onto the school )' hornet We salute the crews of these men and kindness at oth+r >
Keystone wherewith to
get it ac must have proved un-
last winter because someone felt the referees were blued credited.I untiring efforts and accomplishments.Don scene If we could see themI' i
Coach Billy Montgomery Is not producing physicallyfit ventuured to ask whether the Pool and I watched *s J. P. Revel's carports were forgettable to most of those tune, in some clear mire,
accreditation of
teams they are mangled teams. He is not producing Keystone school hinged upon this addition. I think this ripped by wind and scattered two blocks awa,. This who saw It or read it. would cleanse our souls set c

winning teams; they are losing teams. Ha Is not producing bit of Impertlnance set off Triest, he being, I would suppose plucky man didn't bat an eye said he would build bet- The priest and the school poisons of hatred and en
among the young men under his tutelage a sense after the contract to build It. ter ones next time and he is. master could never understand We misjudge because

of sportsmanship; they have apparently been told too Another question as to the wherefores of the "secrecy Raymond McKee and his wife Mae, operate the rea- each other. They always' misunderstand In the lap )

often they have got to win . at any cost and when (no offense) moved another of these learned men (learned taurant in the Qui-Si-Sana Hotel. When Dora blew out clashed and the sparks flew. nese Shinto shrines thenno .

they lose the game they lose their tempers.As men always run halls of learning) to anger at the Impudence the lights, Mae scrounged a generator somewhere and Brlgid, the housekeeper for the altar only a mirror
some say, It II poasslble Clay High Is playing of a mere newspaperman. It was carefully explainedto business went on as usual. Mac claims boatswain. mate priest was usually caught be- man sees himself; and H

heavier and more experienced teams. If this be so, the me this was not a meeting. These ladles and gentlemen Ingenuity, but I know for a fact he's Just too hard headed tween the clashes. ought to carry him away 10'

time hu come to find teams that are not heavier and had Just happened In there, like a bunch of commuters to know when he's licked She understood both men, toward humility and :ha'It ]

more experienced. And the time Is past when the patents huddling at a bar in Grand Central before the 1.04: 'will\ It goes without saying but It must alto be said she loved both. She was hurt ,. "To know all 1s to forgi>
of students who are Involved In these antics take an take them home.I that the telephone and power line repairmen did a magnificent both ways when they clashed: all" may not be the whcj

active Interest in just what kind of training their young said then I liked unpublllclsed meetings . especially job. All of them worked until they could work One day t he schoolmaster truth. But It would soften oil

eaten are getting.Congressman. those X was tipped off to and got to attend. This no more. I saw these exhausted men wet and hungry poured out his reasons for hatIng hearts if we saw more clear j

set off somebody else I forget who it wss, and It was then grab thirty minutes sleep in the cabs of their trucks and the priest, and Brigid defended Into the lives of others,
suggested the non-meeung be called Into executive session.Of go right back to work. Our warmest thanks to these men both of her friends:

course executive sessions are those conclaves at which and we will\ remember during the bright days what ""Oh I know you have a dagger

Matthews only the elect may attend they did in the dark ones. for him because he can

Reports Confused as I was that a non-meeting could be called Some fifteen yean ago I staked myself a claim in hurt and say killln' words. RSUUGflSALE\\
Into executive session I told the learned men I would be this little town of Oreen Cove and every year I strike pay she said. "You see him when
All of our thirteen counties In the Eighth: Congressional happy to leave and I dared them to call the non-meeting dirt all over again. It is the only place I have ever been he's proud, but I see him

district were hit by Hurricane Dora and have been Into executive session That did it. In that you can't tell the big shots from the small ones when he's pnyln' in his little
declared disaster areas because of the tremndous flood Old man Cherry rose from his chair and came over and I wouldln't trade my hollering acquaintance with El- place and the tears on his

nd wind damage At the height of the storm last week and clobbered me, knocking my new MS spectacles to the don Heath or Harry Perlman or John Fonhee or Baxter cheeks." The Fleet Reserve LadlAuxl1ial'
I urged President Johnson to take Immediate steps to de- floor. And I found myself surrounded by Mesaera Anthony, Williams or Dick Beseler for s million dollars and that ;,
"You him when he dines Unit No. 88, will he I Ia
see )
clare area In our district that were hit by the hurricane Wilkinson and Triest. I didn't mind taking on Wilkinson, makes me a pretty wealthy man.
u disaster areas. Later on In the dy, the White House whose hands may have grown strong wringing chickens' but I see him when he fasts; rummage sale on 8 turdnj
him when his head U October I, beginning at 8
Informed me that the President was taking Immediate necks or even old man Cherry. Plainly I was no match you

steps to check the hurricane damage and promised full for Bud Anthony And Triest who, they tell me. hammers .up-and fiery- --like s lion but X a. m., on the-VJ.A.-'--Patio..
cooperation. I was gratified to learn that the President a mean nail.Whilst .

later visited the disaster areas and In the meantime I all this wu in progress. Marla Callas was
have been constantly In touch with the situation tryingto frantically using the phone. SMILEJohns
ascertain the various types of aid that will be avail\ There were shouts "He's drunk. I can smell his breath. Helm

able to our people. Give him a drunkometer" (I think that' what they calledIt

), They may have smelled my breath and when I got M1 '
I ahoulld like, first of all\ to point out that Small
horns I was careful to gargle with Listerlne for fear I had
Business Administration loans ma be available\ to victims Funeral Home
what my best friend wouldn't tell me. BBut liquor they
of the hurricane for not only their places of business, but
smelled none. Besides what would' theM men know of the
also their homes and for Institutions and churches These Manville
smell of liquor. Oed forbid they ever even smelled<< It. CHARLES HELM
looan would cover the amounts. of hurricane damage over .
It all rtmlnded me of the time when my good buddy
and above Insurance would be at a I% Interest rate and
Funeral Director
James Parr the Sags of Clay High, set his wards to
the repayment would M over e period Of 10'to 20 years
swabbing floors and refinishing desks and when I told
I have been advised that there will be a special office of
him I was going to print It he told me he would "get" l'
/ Phone 2S49G)6GaU1'l !)
the Small Business Administration set up in Jacksonville me. Is Here ,
and. at my request. In several of our cites In the eighth
Having the good sense to kknow when I was licked COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA
district to handle the many, many applications that will
i (or about to get licked" by one not senile), I took my lean HWT. U EAST p, O. BOX 443
y probably be processed. The address. of the Small Business
At the door I was confronted' by two Green Cove policemen
Administration office Is the National Bank Building
and since the nonmHUIhid by then
aa you
West Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Florida
would say adjourned to the sidewalk we all went back
The Farmers Home Administration of the U 8. Department Into the seat of learning

of Agriculture has Informed me that emergency "Do you want to swear out a warrant against this
loans will be available to the farmers In our district mint" one of the officers asked Mme. Long.

whoo have suffered damage to crops, dwellings, farm "0. heavens, no,* quoth she. "I wouldn't put Duncan
buildings, farm machinery and equipment pastures livestock Ororter In jail anymore than he would put me In Jail.
and poultry due to the hurricane. Any farmer or The officer did not ask me if I wished to wear out a
rancher desiring Information about emergency loans or warrant charging assault sgalnst old Cherry. I wouldn't The Bank of Green Cove Springs

, other types of assistance. available through this agency either I figured he was too ripe for preserves.As .
f should get in touch with the local office of the Farmers I have Indicated It was an edifying non-meeting.
Home Administration serving his county, "i I went home feeling my children were In the hands of

The Corps of Engineers has been directed to cooperate learned men and If they didn't crack a book the process

fully with our officials m coastal areas In our district of osmosis from the attendsnts. at this non-meeting would

where beach erosion has caused tremendous damageto give them erudition and a goodly respect for the democratic '
property holder In a telephone conversation with the processes Brains not brawn.I ... 3: '

Corps of Engineers: today, I was advised that they have am moved to conclude that the sooner January 't.:
already made preliminary tsun.,.. Beach survey In our comes, when old Cherry ls finally put out to pasture and

area will Include Fernandlna Beach, Pont Vedra. nJ Jack Wilkinson sent back to his non-chickens and Jesse '; SEE US FOR
the beaches around St. Augustine and In Flgler County. Tynoa totes over the operation of the County's schools' r

Erosion damage will alto be checked In Dixie. and Levy the better off i.OOO non-students and I win be.John's .
Counties over on the West Coast. The Corps of Engineer ,- .k .. THE BEST
1 will alto checkk the flooded conditions of our waterway -- ;<.. ', '. - ,

We reality much of the damage has been due to the Ire '>
mendous flood waters from our riven. It may be possible Radio & TV :: AUTO j :'

that out of this damage there may come the possibility of
flood control) projects oor watershed' too forestall
similar tragedy In the future '

I am checking with the Department of Agriculture to .Ut\ '.\ NOKOR: AITI.IANTKHSrnitf : . F1NANCINC' ,,
see If some kind of emergency help may be available to e111) -

farmers whose crops cannot be harvested because of water #''';''"',..l On AH Main .f M<*l< In the fields The grain crop In our district, for example, CLAY COI'NTT OVKH: TKAIUI ,,
Is greatly damaged. Many hundreds of acres perhaps, -e-e- .

cannot be harvested' and I shall make wry effort to see 24Vat. Walnut Street, Orwu Coy Sprint I .' ''tI .
if tam is some way that the federal government ran be I Phone 24-3122 J ( "
of assistance. with this gram problem. The Department

ot Agriculture baa notified me el the poatibilUjr of III p rlattUng > "._._ _ ""c ___ __--= .
erasing on diverted acreage; (!) making grain .;s
available at reduced riles for<< foundation herds of beet
calls; and (II providing emergency ACT assistance' remove I- -I

debris and Hit from pastures\ and crop lands I shall

t )Unue loo pursue theae OtIbWU.! .. SEE YOU ATEchie's
Main I want to aasun our people that I have bee

S swan Of the problems caused by thle terrible eataatrophe.Certain .
IrMa have been harder hit ot t'OUnt.hi" other
and I have been unable a* ot the writing of this newsletter BANK ? GREEN COVE SPRINGS

to get la telephonl communication with att of the ,
areas In my Ualrtrt. I shall ally here on the Job to be of
all esstetanoe I can In coordinating ealvage effort and I

want each of you who. have suffered to know of my top
penoaal COIW'ft1I only wish that I could be of much IN
more help The County's Oldest and Largest Bank


is sea rw cur .t 100. sea tvt cstKtar OHAN6EDAIEHttt

MJNCAN OL&TMWATtt ttOMU, .UMTOO.. niMJNMg 24-3650, 39, 1JOi1

4-W83 Sri
PvauMcs hat taaaaaa IT Catacfetws.. tee. .
ae M IN Member '
5a' .
.-B-I net fAt Httt Prop! Meet -
JeeaamMaa IS4T1
Maas CUll "" .3J o.-r.fI' bases, e.w

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(fitaV atountv Qft! :tnt PAGE THREE

9s -- MRS NEWBILt HONORED hu been raised toard the goal

AT COFFEE of 1341.20 for the air conditioning
, I Clay County Servicemen i units In the Oreen
Lewis Newblll.
Mn. Andrew Cove Springs Library with 75

,.. data specialist. Her new bao his exemplary conduct and the former Elizabeth Ann contributions received to date.
supports the MATS minion duty performance. He U assigned I Pool was the guest of honorat Persons desiring to assist in

f1 .f providing global aJrUft ., to the 60th Fighter In. a coffee and bridal shower this project are asked to send
U. S. military force and terceptor Squadron which supports last Thursday September 17 their contributions to: Friends

equipment y the ADC mission of defending at the V I. A. of the Library, P.O. Box 915,
7 i the continental U. 8. The coffee table was beautifully Oreen Cove Springs.
A IMS graduate ., Brad. against enemy air attack. decorated with an arrangement -

ford County IIIh School In The airman, a gradual of of fuJl mums and
Starke. Fla., she attendedthe Robert E. Lee High School, attended lighted tapers Pouring during ClIl'RCH NOTICE

University! of Florida In wP w the University of Ftor the coffee were Mrs. F. N.Oustafaon. .

Gainesville. Ida. His wife Undo Is the Mrs John Bradley, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

daughter of Mr. and Mrs and Miss Jane Ridley. Mrs SOCIETY
; Richard T Lovorn of Keystone Stewart Held Ocher kept the Cot E. Houston St. a
: Heights.. bride's gift book and Mra. N. Magnolia Ave

Charles Bayer Jr, was\ the planlut GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Army Reserve Staff Sergeant
Floyd O. Carter whosefather b playing appropriate music FLORIDA

Bryant Carter Ivies In Michael T. Ricker, elecbi.flan' during the morning.. --- Subject
Doctors Inlet, Fla. U participating mate fireman apprentice.
Airman Carolyn J. Moodyof FRIEND OK LIBRARY 4, UU
In two weeks annual USN. son of Mr. and
Keystone height Fla., a 'N DRIVE
active duty training at Port Mrs. Robert L. Rlcker of 404FroghoUow Services held Sunday
member of the Women In CONDITIOMNO
Eustls Va.. from &pt. 620. Rd. Orange Park, FOR AIR at 11 a.rn.
the Air Force, baa P41i i
completed .
serving aboard the Mrs Frank C nova, A cordial Invitation U extendedto
Fla, U
Air Force bale mill. Carter 1* assigned aa maintenance U83 Hasssyampa. of the Friends of the Library attend our services
tA" training at Lackl' nd In the 467th
sergeant Airman First Class Harry H. In the Western Pacific announces. that $334 S3
AFB Tex She U the daughter Transportation Battalion an Hazen. to nof Mr and Mrs operating Seventh e
of Mr.. and 1\1n. Chester Army Reserve unit In Jackson Floyd W Hasen of 5375 Colonial ai one of the '

E. Moody of Rt. 1. Keystone ville. 8t. Jacksonville, Fla. Fleet the units recent put North on alert Vietnamese follow.Ing I i' List rOllr-

Heights. has been selected Outstanding
1 c Carter and his wife. There! FT boat attacks in the
Airman of the Month In his Clay County Propcrty
Airman Moody U being aa- live at 255 Parkwood Drive Quit of Tonkin.Haasayampa ,
Air Defense Command (ADC)
signed to the Military Air Orange Park. provides fuel to With
squadron at Otis AFB. Mass
lap the ship of the fleet enabling
Transport Service's (MATS
) lie 1s a 1953 graduate of '
r.. Airman Hazen. an air armament them to remain at sea longer Frank 11 Brown
Travis AFB. Calif., for train Clay High School In Oreen chosen of land .
mechanic was without the support
ing and duty as a aUtUticM Cove. rr ,APhoto
\t] for the honor In recognition of bases.Fullerton's ; 1 And Associate

tUglaUrtd Real EataU Broker -
114 U.S. Highway 11 Orange Park

'hoof\ Now Showing New Miss Nancy Parham by Gene KOla rb.... 114-1114 -

erE 1965 TV -- Color - Black & White Weds John Watkins Jr. yQuinOon \\\ .W$

6adr The Pint Uaplist Church AFD, Va, Tlw bride's attend \

E SEE WHAT'S' NEW FOR '65- SEE OUR of war the the candlelight setting l lest weeding 8 turdy of ants at the were t'nlveraity her sorority of (Tiorlda.sisters l \\\\\eyou Lj

daughter They wore floor length sheathsof '1'1\\ 1
Lee Parham
ALl-TRANSISTOR BATTERY POWERED TV OTHER NEW of Nancy Mr and Mra. fltomaa I A. Kelly green emmjuurd yew j : \\U\ira\ /
de sole with inatchlni open \ Q
Parbam. and John Cummliu \ \\ .
of Mr. and pillboxes with circular: vetla. \\\\\\ -.' : .
- PLAYS (WIITfi OWN KATTKUY: MODELS FOR 65 Watklna. Jr. IOn \i ; .I
raa-ade arran,re>
I hoiirdel Mrs. John C Watkins of tot,) They tarried
PLAYS OFF YOUR OAK HATTKKY: bile, Alabama Ilev. Jim Me- menu of gold Fuji mums ,
I PLAYS OFF YOUH Bonn: (THKKXTPLAYS SEE WHAT'S NEW FOR Cullough officiated at the double Mr. Watklns served aa beat \ 3 Tako h. lime to "
his Ushers were -- hew 1) Ie I .
ring ceremony man for son. ---- find out just easy

OFF YOUR BOAT HATTKHY: 1965 Olsen In marriage by her William R. Browning of Mobile IL.. "+vII

father, the bride wore a floor Au, W Mark Anileraon,
!length gown made by h. rmou.r HI of Montgomery, Ala. Byrd

HLO-BOY . The gown of white R. Latham of Muntavllle Ala.

(II ESCORT TV peso de sole satin and Chan and') Trtalram U. McCall III of II I1!

Ully lace featured a fitted flulneavllle, Pta
TELEVISIONMedil I bodice of lace which was embroldered Tona Carswfll daughter of iltieHllMttraraesaetrlll
J Mr and Mrs Jerry Carswellof
with seed pmla srirrldeacent
.All-channel VHF4JHF reception with the new
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Lake City, wee the flowergirl. NO MONEY DOWN
sequins. The dreaa
G-E Tandem .82" tuning system featuring .. iiHiMri t.wwue I.M. ea..e.
the exclusive. "410" parmitronlc !rInlstortune was fashioned with a scalloped Bhe wore a drew of white ( r 4 i.
,. r neckline, wrist length diet' silk Uaaue with hire overtalftta a WE FINANCE 100% h. 1cp"di M.mr.) 1edd

e Big 6'x2* oval trout mounted 01 speaker and hlihllghted by a bell prtlkuat and had a BUILT ON YOUR LOT .

.,.directing l sound to YOU!_ shaprd skirt touched with appliques headpiece of a fK bow of the
Handsome plastic luW".type handle.' of Iae. The brlde'a vrfl same material and a small
attached to a coronet of while veil. David Triton lIOn
: .Convenient front controts-e* y to tee, try wee of Dr. and Mr. ttoran Yelton,
tout*. seed peer!.. fUie carried a caa-
ode bouquet of while roaea was ring bearer" ,
and sUphanetla. centered, withIn The .UIO M. Mrs GeneHodcte.

osz M 501 A $119 95 Mdrl M 111 AWD orchid. sang "Whither Thou :rd:ode. :.hi:a:a.:: I'M=..1" COIPO.AnON--.......
.AI...ul. Ytf'.Utf rah The bride chase her twin sis.Ur Ooraf and "The wedding 1:__::::::.

tree rltk M use It lye Mra. Trtatram 0. MrCall Purer Mow Joseph' Mlnctwr .. -
ten Its "12"IgriMetdt Iii aa her matron of honor was orgartlat.followlnc IACKHONVIUK ...... -. -
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U6" Mrakgitkaambl. (Her other attendants were a reception at the till wet lUaveff tP.O. I ................"y -
eICMb. Woman'i Club the couple left !'" ''T ..' ....." .... -'
U>M Jenny ClrmenU of Cocoa, lUi MilPkeMI ,. :r'-T': :' :: 1i. 1.
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na. Mrs Mark Pewter' of on a trip to "....11. for ,",y. I -- -- -

a H CONSOLE .6t fWlW ISW ca0lub Melbourne Pla, and Miss sung, the bride wore a'... IIMIII" I ;1.-:1.:1-----::'::._-- _'_.. -.--
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Marilyn Connor of tangle
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the new 01 T.ndtmar integrated tagdrT,am...'-4.....eCM CLAYTHKATBC

+ ; tuning tyttem featuring the eulutlva' ***".
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a r. -. ,-, Front Control) and Front Sound . $2O9.95 Likable,

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PAGE FOUR (fttoy( OIount\i\ Crescent!! ,-.-. -- .


Cove SocialsRobin SLEEPING ON: TRACK
I Ir Iw
who moved from
IT'S FREE IT'S FUN! I Earl Hicks,
Cooper, son of Mrs. as their recent truest Mrs. Charleston, W. Va, to Oreen
Registration for the annual
& Marshall Cooper, is a student Shaw's mother, Mrs. W. F Cove lees than a month ago, 1fENSTOP! LOOK
Punt, Pass
at the Church Farm Episcopal Huff of Oreer, 8. C. was struck and instantly killed READ! The SI RPRIS*
competition sponsored by i ''?
School for Boya In Paoli, by the Atlantic Coast Line'sWest
J. P. Revels will take place have been waiting for
Penna. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 8Mvonlck Coast Champion I last
on Friday, Oct. 2nd, 4:00-: V
have as their guest his Saturday afternoon. \\OODARD FOR NEB
6:30: p. m. and Saturday, Harry Perlman Is in Miami brother and wife from Steu- of
I M. E. Patterson, engineer a distinctive new ,
apprm I h i
Oct. 3rd, 00012: Noon. this week on a buying trip. bcnville, Ohio.
I the crack train, said Hicks, to masculine groomini:. *
You must be accompaniedby hire Owen Reid of Bou- yI
a ho was 40 years old. was complete line of ,
a parent or legal guardian lougne, Fla., has been spending Mrs. Alex Pupkln, Mrs.. Doris rro"lnll1ellentlllla ,
sleeping on the tracks Just for the ,
to register. the last two weeks as the Lucas and Mrs. Vance Powell m >'n,,
north of the Governors Creek . . priced ith
a the
Hal McKee, of the ace guest of her mother, Mrs.Thclma attended the Fall Board meeting .1\pro
railroad bridge when he first budget In .
age mind
Jaycees Is chairman of the Frascr. of the Florida Federationof MRt.MNrA'MMYa + irjrrances \
saw him. He was unable to halt exclusively .
competition. Woman's Clubs in Cocoa i l maviu
I the train In time. Hicks' body line, boldly concentrated to
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw had Beach last week I '..,rl approximately 50
M wu hurled last for hours.KATHLEEN.
-i Mrs. Alex Pupkln, Mrs. W feet into the gulley on the
B. Lucas, Mrs. Lowe Smith, t west side of the trackks.
and Mrs. Verna Argo Attendedthe i ir The trsln was held up more Box zaz '

Presidents Council meeting than sn hour while State GREEN COVE P'tl"(..

of the Florida Federation troopers and Sheriff's deputies Phone 284-S8-.3

St. AugustineSoft of Womans Clubs in Welaka InvestIgated the accident.-Hicks - .

on Tuesday._ had been employed in the
Mr and Mrs. Fred Bridges, : construction of the new can

Water LaundryINC. Mrs. Charles Bayer, Jr. and I opy at Roberts Chevrolet.CLASSIFIED .
Miss Harsh Mattox spent the

week-end In Atlanta attending ?
the Vlvlane Woodard Southern ADS .. Y..

Beauty Conference where they

received advanced training In DiMUiwIng the chants that Johna- nvllle will oring ATTENTION PARENTS! Do

ZOOIC DRY CLEANERS "Light and Shadows" conducted dlo andrEntlneerin school to Green Cove are, I to r.' Sheriff John Hall, president= you have a son between the I

by Ben Benson and Au- there of the Bank of Green Cove Springs i Dr R.,G. Jensen, sges of 11 and U who Is Interested a specializedsource

rella Kovner, of the Society of president of thhe Clay County Chamber of Commerce: and In scouting. If so, call

Mats-up Artists, of }Holly Mrs. Thomas Radloff and John Preston Hall. Jr. chairman of the board of thhe Dayton Wilzon at 184-9588. I of

wood. While In Atlanta they her son, Timmy, of Orlando, Bank. They are shown at the bank's side entrance betide
visited Dlno Sumerlln, of Rs apes the week-end in Green one of tbhe signs reading "Smile, Johns-ManvUle Is Here" FOR SALE Girls Bicycle, II

LINEN SUPPLY dlo station WAPE, and Jack Cove with her brothers while being displayed all ever town. It was Sheriff Hall who standard.$25.00. For Information Good condition.cat: FARM CREDITFounded

Bridges who are attending Ra. her parents were In Atlanta. sold the land l on which the Internationally known company '
Z84-S026. I/-1-pnr
11'11eon.tnd\ its 100-toot plant to manufacture

Transit asbestos pipe.The, by and for

Cotney Tire Service farmers -Production

Reaction Credit Is foremost In

UNIFORM RENTALS Cor. Park A King Jacksonville experience and knowledge

(Continued from Page One about how proper
Phonal CV 1-1027 or EV 4-1411
John Preston Hall\ (president of the Bank of Green financing plays an important

Cove Springs and erstwhile owner of the site on which( part In a sue

TIRE Johru-ManvlUe is building: "I think it's that I wouldn't ui
ceas/ farming opera.
have sold them the land It I hadn't regarded Johru-Man*
tion. Your PCA knows
RE.CAPPINO vllle as one of the two or three greatest corporate enterprises
WELCOMESJohns conditions and
RETREADING In the nation If we make them happy, they can local
make the town. I don't think that needs saying to anyone will tailor a law-cost

REPAIRING la Green Cove." loan to fit you and

SMILE farm operations
from the smsllest to the LARGEST! your
Smile . . Johru-Manvllle Js here. Get all the

ManvilleTO 1)ialribuforJlilletTirAntnlite( Batteries Oreen Cove and every one of its citizens have good A storm Isn'tparticular completely fact today from:
reason to rejoice this week.

We face a multitude of new responsibilities. Streets,
and In housing, electric power, recreational facilities are only a That's why K makes anN to rlleMNRUnry at C..rrln.R
protect your hous under Th* A..... c)...," Afnt'm Oltlrt,
few of them.
.... ...
TaNa4a I* 11
OHAXOK: I'AKK More than anything else, we can, each one of us, make Trsvslars' Umbrslls of Insurance. r.... xsstet

THE GREEN COVE AREA these newcomers feel welcome by our own and very per. Ask about our Modern Northeast Production Credit
Sinclair Station Itond Service sons) responses to their needs and wishes. Homsowrw's Policy,and lotus Association

Each of ue can . and must . go tar to make worry about the storm
liS V tlMIII
6 llfchway. 11 Phone U! Mala Street. Falatka
these newcomer welcome

TeL EV /-1211
One of the unusual Items Charles E. Bennett P-TA. INS AGENCY
will hold a meeting tonight in
. brought Into a fabric care expert
". la sleeping bag*. Many !the cafetorlum. The program IS North Drang
families schedule regular dry- will be an open house to ac
Green COT Spring
cleaning for their camping quaint parents with teachers. ductlonraitlon
Phone !tl-2t02
Attend equipment each yea But now
with th.lit of Dacron-fUled
sleeping bags many of them NIP TIIAT .. .._.;r.1;; TaaVtltatarsuaa.es
can be laundered. They are Meat grinders have a way of coawaitiaaMrtto4

too bulky, however, to be done slipping, no matter how firmly C iim...mi* ,
I r
at home but can easily be you think you've clamped

CHURCH SERVICESSIf died by a professional han-I them down. It', especially hard - - _
-- -
derer aye tin Anne to keep a grinder stationary

Director of Consumer Relation I If you hats to attach It to a

for the American : metal cabinet edge ,
, tau of Laundering. The InsI-1 To hold the grinder firmly .,
rron-tllled will not mat In place, fold a Kleenex paper

shift as th Kapok towel and place it between' "' '' 'a
: i, At /
\ 't; Check your professional laundry the clamp and the cabinet '

\ ]. .: . '\ .. .. r. a' for moo Information on 1 I Thl' also will prevent denting / .

.' ,.' this l Important summertime I or scratching the edge of the
cabinet table.
wrvlce. or

w{f r' The Church of Your Choice i I Income. .

Clay : Up Pr+ ; .

# : (Special! to the Crescent) A r
NEW YORK Oct. 1- A survey of family earning .'j

.1 . This Sunday : .. In day County with particular reference to the distribution jrrR.'KL .

of Income, shows a steady movement upward Into I .
I *
higher bracket
.. ? I has been general onto Many of those
., progress
.r c" :. .
"\ .. I _no ten In tau ".000 to 17.000 bracket a few years ago
4 . ,, I re now to be found at the 11,000 to 110,000 level. Their

"' \ t former I position ha been taken ortr. In turn by f-mllie
411'. '" 11 who had been In UM IJ.MO to '..000 group.
'" 1
W ';i\',, r I meant a higher standard of living U.n brfort. And. forth s" 1 p..
I buslnea community. It hM meant greatly tarrvaardcontainer r

\\ "e' I spending. eapreiaQy for durable good 4
44" .
: \ Th flnJliur artwontaltwd In a copyrighted report

II prepared by Sale nagtrnU It huts lor every section .
a. I I' ; .. of tbs Cnlted States, th portion *f th* popU Uon that
qj t, falls within ash Ineom bracket. The business that ,

,, In Clay County. II shows, no la than 1.100 household

i af *. equivalent to Ml p-ftcnt of th feral population+ builds better communities!
I had net ah (Infom of 14404 or snor la th past year ,

This wa ..tpaJ1IItn' of thtr Federal and stat Uiea.Star .
A* th*aaU..lar..t soore of home Joan. ,,
Into ,
4t, UM study look account only cah Inronw.
f t.f arf Ias .d .
r SaviBf sad Loan AssotUUoa I Uke>
farm nyamuniUntj' wtr not" shown to their brat atfvan- I
2..t tats a* no aOowanc waa saad for th tovtr ttvtng rata ear play! a Wadlnj rob la fommraKy drrtjopnrat. """

( .r.. f .'" on 1M tans ,Vn jroa son with a. Far mash

..', .. Tb* breakdown aM rrrttla t.he way tncom WM dirtfel ...Ie i tMUiUoo to **nlB4 *xc lrat rttoraa

, , r .,!o I among Other group of fuatiiM la Clay County. far'" ...halp bili Mr conatoaltr.>Start
J 'I f >... .. I Ttwr wrr som U Dre4 of th* household w.thtncoiiM a M?tan accout will u. aooa.FIRST .
of 11.100 to tUJPOt.U portent to the MM
1" '.I .. to ItjOOt bracket and 11.1.*rco4 wiU. hearses of UJ0

' : to >4... Tb rtnsaincVv tea. akov IIIMO or "' ....
.., .
This is sponsored by the I loosfilar. FEDERAL

lit/. *eetdw to ... Uaaagwttot. ......

I boils la th Cntte4 8Ut.o wuh SWOBM* of "I.. or
bKT4 W Mvsrls of this ha lase
Mr ..*" Dewws
Yarn I 4U*. n poinu out to the -.wac lamaa to the inawfcrr Snall(' i Ixn Association

Green? Cove Springs Company. I of wortsM .<...*. of SUrlttil

n a4ki Th afettty of a fWaJty: to tasty ro th to
tare lAIr Matt W..** M br oflanmly tile aaahsa !C Tetaple A.o. M0 a

.earwrl ln_e r *."tosat.o4 kf that of ether
ba-wt rs/r tasalert.. HMtn Of hli 14ft1G1.jta UUM row***!**"'*.aNt: I

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OCTOBER I. It.t QUay( \) (County Crescent!! PAGE FIVE .

Two' boxes of clothes and CHOICE OF 1 ENGGINESThe month from the data .f the Ivlna In diction >, Townablp
first vubllcatlon of chili ........ I Houth. Hanica II Kant bagtn-;
MHC & other personal items were 1985 Dodge Coronet of. Itorh claim .f rivwand munth ulnaon' the North ahor of I
I sent, last "" 'eekk I 'In wriitii mil moot mat Mack Crack at Chi point !
to Brewster fern one of the eldest selections the MM tlf rtnlilnnc sod peat where the old F>rrr berthed
Farms Methodist Hospital (Colored), I of engine options in net.. ailitraM, .r lh. claimant and aitanilln. Northerly and
Penney and mum B* iwnrn In by the ttaattrly approximately ona/
Jacksonville by Miss Martha the auto Industry The dl.- I claimant, tila eenl, or nil atInrnov third of a mil tn a point
Benson and Mrs. Karen Klser placements of Its seven en- or II will (worn* vnlrtnorilln wh.r. laid aradoct road turn
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r lo lawKuril du North Maid road i li A part
Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 529-Mll tines range from 216 to 426 creditor. ....n drltv.ruffl. nf the. old Hldrnut HVrry road
.'Irnt iMilrn I of hl. claim to Nine ..Inn. 'lh. North hors
The ReV. and Mr. RaymondR in a Veterans HoeplUl, In The Rev O P. Howard will I cubic inches rn.ht.lh. i I" mull nf mark (>i>.k.
one to iwih ncr.nnsi l r.|in'aaata.I And thr mid/ Hoard did In nalilrranlutlon
Gregory have returned to nearby Oteen for several conduct the communion service I .
Farms after a summer months They found Miss I at the Penney Memorial LEGAL IVOTIfH! MMliiitrrt Hvntrmhor t*. IM4Al.li'F I. Krnuuitr and dlmUlm. allrlKhln i
Penney -- -- ': \ 1111..ICI.IHS.. ... A. nf thr County and Puh.Hi .
of many happy and unusual Wood in excellent spirits and Church next Sunday al U K:.ulrlx c.f tinl...t will mill In and in the ,land oonntl-
w \ rni: lI'sn' jriMiKKH Vr.tmii.nl .if Wlt.l.HM KMKIION ': ': lutlnit mid madI .
experiences.. looking forward to the time o'clock. 1 l>'r. I IN .\M K<>II l l'LAYr"1'N lIT Ie I'"IIS.: ... l I',........... Knounr and 'with families. Included when she shall return to her 1\ MIKIIM.IN sal ill. III rlBhU of thr avid Pounty and
Reunions I n K: llf ofwII.IIAM
|In ad In any land. or Inarrest -
one on Father's Day. apartment. On w clear sunnyday The combined Adult Bible KMHHStOSHTKI : : thtrrln' nniulrrd by
!'MKNM:!! ItaHataailri :.. \I. \nt'l/K pu-
chaos ,.
when\ they traveled from taking Mrs Froeligh with classes of the Penney Memorial ,,, H 1O IHMII1IMI4Til : i Iflft. ilvvlar In nn.h drdltntlon ntrrvt" urnroarrlntlon

Maine to New Jersey to be them, they drove to the top of Sunday school completed w.ry IM'IISON1 AIL.'IthnITa's.xi.\MXll:I ''l..MMH AI.I. with their two sons and six Mount Mitchell the highest 17 weeks of meeting together 1.Representing P\I\SI'| |: I .\I1.1SIC'1'11' p:". <' ...' HIMIKNOTK'K r II. In urn of.1)nald to ant County,land and. or Fun In.Irrinl .
: It II 10:It ICilY ""'I'JN'
"An I : ,
oldest having point east of the Mississippi luring the summer months, thiirrln drlln.1| UIHn .
grandchildren the Y.in and! rash .r you ri that on lhi> tall Uv nf ftontrmIwr man nUt
River where they enjoyed last Sunday. Next the tifi.lx, noliriiit .nd rwiulrnl lo All 1M4 in acmnlunc. or apptarlnir of
Iowa. a Sunday nuhllr
driven from .. : "
,. ..1 ram .1,11n.I and ilmnanitii with rWtinti Slams **) ill *0 fC'I: dIIiJ
panoramic view of the classes will meet in their ,, KlnrlilA', ,,, Klorlda I a. In
Another reunion was with surrounding respective o lil h "''I" illhtr ( )iiu mn\ Ht 'luir tht Mount of dvarrlbnl atr..t or road
mountain area. places -- the Myra h,.Mllln.t (tin ..1""- nfV'II. .'..unl' rnmmliulimvra' nf flay| l>at.d 'Ihli lath, day of' Han.
Mr. Gregory's three sisters and HAM Io: KUDOS "" .:I'IIICSII. Countv Kl.irltla, .""ph',' a rMnlitllnn Irmhrr A I'. IMITIIK
together with his In- Morton class in the sanctuary ale Green t'ove Sprlnn Garden Club d.raxnl. sale, "f ClKir. C.mBlrHor'rt ilo. .ln. ftlin..nln I vacating It' ullnfye ( 'NTT
brother of unit ; : ;!
In th. Cnunlv Jndse dlM-nntlnulnn a rr .
laws when they had dinner Mrs May C. Oir and Miss the Morton Men's Bible at a breakfast given for the garden flub presidents of visa t'mmn, 'In O"unl>' ,'"urli lain mud nr atrarl in i'Ui' ('LAID P'r11'NTY.RPInlrA:
In a Pocono Mountain Hotel. Carrie A Tarbell have recently Class In the Lecture: Room DiaL 4. In Palatka, Sept H are .Ut row, 1 l-ri Mn. l) yidMunt (i t.'"1ft"".e.Counlr In tlrc.a Mnrlit I'IIVK. ullhln Ht itn nil.'., (follow.Thal',unh'..' r.r"I, ot.'lb..4. as ray: OMOHOR r. CAnl.fit.y!

Mr. Gregory is fortunate In returned from a three- and the Berea Men's Class at of Sean Roebuck, Mrs Mack C Tarllry, president .fll..n of a nodal rash Clark

that *U of his parent's five month trip to various parts of the Quadrangle at 8:30: a. m. of the Green C.r. Springs Garden Club Mrs Charles J. ,
children are still living and In New England and the Northeast Only the Berea class meets at Miller Clvto Chairman Green Cove !Springs Garden (Club)
good health. a trip filled with constantly IJ:30: o'clock: the others meetIng Xnd row Alt A. Coop .f Sean Roebuck Mrs T. J. Williams

Two former MHC members, recurring "Journeying at 9'45: a. m. rapt. dlit. I, Florida Fed. Garden fluba, Sirs

the Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Potter mercies" which they will always )- Verna Ar... president F..nd'rs Circle, CCS Lenten Dub

were with them the second treasure as evidences of OBITUARYElton and Sirs R. U K led ilk, vice I chairman, Founders Circle

-eek. A short stop was Providential care Stone a resident of GCS Garden Club

made at Winona Lake Bible the Christian Herald Memor illrily(1\\
Conference. Last but not least, The Memorial Home Communtty sal Home Community at Pen rllNtOd . 1111
were Uo delightful weeks at i Association meeting ney Farms passed away Sep $1,000 Civic Improvement Contest art fo < j
Montreal, N. C., location of will be held in the Penney Memorial tember 10, after a heart attack >
the Southern Presbyterian Assembly Church at 7.30: o'clock Mr. Stone wu the hus Community Improvement was Mrs Thomas J. Williams of 111 t I t Ill

and Montreal-Ander on Oct. 5th, A. Seldon Bar band of the late Henrietta the subject of a breakfast Jacksonville, Garden Club District >I of""' ,l' },lltiM',

son College Here they found rows, presiding. The Constitution Stone, who preceded him in meeting on September U In Director presided at the . Add'
Revision Committee which meeting and explained that ihlitk5!. '
three other MIIC members, death a month ago. Mr. and |
Palatka\ City officials garden la'l !'
the Misses Burkhart and Mrs. was appointed at the June Mrs Stone came to Penney the program was destined to v.,0 pirpldl1Ir
rlub presidents, as well as key aid! smaller cities through (II'
meeting will give their report. -
Froellgh. who so graciously Introduced Farms two years ago from Lyons ?
them to the many All persons who care to do so Nebraska where he had members from a score of near the leadership of local: garden \ill
wonderful\ attractions In the may find it convenient to have been born and reared. lie is by communities were given de clubs I -- achieving the tipri"!ja!

area During this period a their personal copies of the survived by a brother enneth tails of a contest offering beautification of unsightly ('tI.t
short visit was made to Ridge- By-Laws UB54 edition) at the Stone of Lyons. Neb. Florida cities: cash awards for areas both public and private Olttl'

crest a Southern Baptist Conference meeting Mr. Stone was a graduate of successful projects In civic Mr. W W. Tstgenhorat. Territorial -
Center where they the University of Nebraska, beautification or improvement.This Director of Civic and

were given a guided tour ofI I Mrs. Ono Coons spent a day, with a Masters degree from new program co-spon- Educational Progama for Sears
cored the Florida Pedera. Roebuck and Co. from Atlanta
the new and luxurious Prltch- last week, with Mrs Anna Columbia University of New by
ell Hall. A York City H was an educatorby ion of Garden Clubs Inc, und ws there and urged the citiesto
short call was madeon Fish at St. Cloud, a former *
the Community ImprovementFund vie for the ".000 In awarda
Miss Evah Wood one of our teacher associate in Warren profession and for over
of U designed to to be In this staUwldoconUal.
Principal of Sears. given
MHC members who has been burg N. Y. twenty years:
-. -- Invite and stimulate all organUtons !- Deadline for entries ls ....
to oooperaU by psrtlrU June I, I Ml the winners to '
patlon In an all-out rampalgn be determined by a panel of
to accomplish community qualified JudiM selected. by I

beaullfiotlon the Oardrn flubs.ILlCTEIC .

See The 1965 I Easton High School in Eailon. : : DEVUF.-

Pa. I-OCK" At.!. IHMIKH M'A3' (uc. ptw111Aa,
Kir. and Mrs. Stone retired A new development Iri' door

six years ago to his family locks U otfrrrd In the !1965Iltdg. w w i

home In Lyons Neb previous . Pulses
to coming to Penney Farms Electric: bite on all doors I
Mr. Stone was a renowned can be set or opened almul
active member of the Masonic Isnroualy from either Inaldo
Chevrolets & Oldsmobiles Lodge Order and a Bhrlnrr or ouUlile' by simply punning I
Mi and Mrs Stone met and button/ or turning a try, I
Water - -
were married In Weeping
Nrb. when they were both II'. are hrrf In rtr* yea IrtlrrCO ,
teachers" In the Wtrplnt WaUT ,
Rich School. Mr Stone is VAN HUM: and fllEI: DAVIS ONtHH

beat remembered for his witty .
at Scotch humor and his wondr. JIM JUClIAIUW MAC FOX
ful atop of humorous stories JOliN MAn.ocK TOM 8MrrUlelearn.
Throughout his adult lift ho .__-. -.I ...
had been an active lay member and a trained .team 0'' Mtvice. Porte and (" lee Persunnal

and s auld In. luhl In the

Presbyterian Church I Van Ness Buick-Pontiac, Inc.


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club pr **r>Ud Mil Hm about our match.0'("iniwrsnt N O W J j ?yargaaygrW_
mark with' slfu a''Inlt..l l tor row' home.
f fV month "In a hammork
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thai Blnndlnc Farrna. Ino. ,". VOl'MY.. KUntUiA." that, Itlnndlnc ....m., Ino. th. thai, IIIanllui Farms. Ino. the OK CLAY COUNTY.
koldor of tko followlnv c.rtlfica.to STATE I\OAU UKPAKTMHNTOK hold. of lbs following ...,. of Iho following err FUXIIUA, IN PROBATB
has flied Mid crtll- 'U>im>A. *n A.*nay of tho8UI tlflcnUt h*. riloil MM ". I MIr.: ha. fll.d MM c.rtlfl IN THE MATTHR OF THE

0.!" (or a ta. d...s to b. of Florida, tkt.o (or n t.. drod la b. cat. (or n tat drd la b. IMTATK OP
l..u" tk.r.on. Tko cortlfUntv. and .Issued '".reon. Th* rorllflckt.nuinbor h....d thoroon. Th* orrtlflcntnumbor A. RAYMOND BCKELa!:
AUt OONDmONINO BEVERAGESPAUL'S number and y..,. ot loaunnci CLAY COl'MY. a IVHtloalBul and v.ir of Inuonrr, and ..... of Imuanrr. 1.1..,*..*...
'REAL ESTATE Ih. crlBlloa of th. property >rl0ilon of lh* proiwrn and the names In which U wasau.su.d of r-lurldn, and ttio n.mi In which It was stud th* names In which It wa A. RAYMOND KCKR1A d*.

*r. .. foltawtlCortlflonto rUMonra. ......... .... 50 follow.Corllfloalo .: a..**.*d nr* aa follow.: craa.d, sri hereby notified and
MILBERGER No. Ill Y. No. Ill C.rtiricam. No in rf TWIN REALTY Tsar of laauaac Jun 1. Illl uKomiiA HUI'THKHN AND Tsar of I..uenoe Juno I. 111l Tsar of ".u.n... May II. Ill 4-mood. wllh' YOU m.y hays.

norlDtlon ., Property: Lot. MAIKIUA KAIUWAY IOMI'ANY > | : Lot .rrlptlon of I'op.r': Lot. ...In., Mid ..'.1. I In ,... 0111(,.
REFRIGERATION 4 A ( UU. .... Follownhlp Hara ldfefldsptlOTtIE I n* rt In"o."tR.I''i.r I* Pc I T '1111. UC, r.llow.hlp f'urk ..r Iho County Judtro of Clay

AU Legal Hilda T. Xfth N nv> In which ..****.ed: OK StIll MMNdTluU III 8/l> of Purl or Lot II. ....., Nine In which .......d: Countv, Florida, In I Iho court-
Beverace* RarmAid Bokmld.AU l>.' EMINENt' IIMIAINI'lUH'h. I. O. P.Nams. Mr, It. O llamurlion.' "0".. at ilr*.n ,'ors Oprlnea.

Open 8 A. M. to 1 A. M. RealtorRENTAL of aI1.rro.r.: kolnir Inth. :KIH.SU.IN In whIch *..ri.f>.4: All of said proporty hln. I IIh Florida, within alt I ulcn.l.r
SERVICEAir Btaio ufriorWa. TIlE NAMB AM lit TMRUTIIOIUri1 : Ernool Jon... County of Olay. o 7 month friim Ihf dot nf th,.

Boyd County Line UK TIlE k"lAThSor All of said nraprly In .'10,1<1.. first nulilloatlnn nf thin not...
6 SALES Unl.o suck rortlflcnto or ...,- ruwtHATO th* County ot Vlny. 81.r.c of "'"I... inch c.rtlflcato or cerIltiest. Much claim or drmand moot bo

.4HInl a-. Rofricorntloi North of Orange Park ft ACREAGE tit.....,.. staSh b. rd*.md nocordlnn .(I.L WHOM IT MAY CON- PSorta.t'nl.sa. .. hall .h. r.dniKl *. In wrltln and must .'.t.. lbs
r. Orrirof & LOTS ; \o law lbs proporty doacrlliod i KKN: and to all/ p.r.unI nndIMI such r rllflr.... or r.rllflunt coraino-' to law lh. ni'op.My d*. nine. of '..hl.n,'. nn4 IMI.I
... HMtlnc In urh c.rllflcat. or ".'. ilalmln* ur havIng cut ** ....11 h.. nxtormxt .... rrihftl In such. c rllflr"'''>' fI' orric *4.lrai. of (hI ilalmam
8. Palmetto Street Residential Commercial ('.rllli".'.* will k. Mild t* tho 1 I iittht. hilt. lntr..t. ..!.>.. rordln la Uw Is. property d* ...tllf""' .'.. will I tt>> oi'M in lhhlnhrol ant muit bo .worn to by Iho
214.9780Duslneu hlahoot bMdor. at Iho courthoiox moruaao or olhvr lien l 0 or on .rrihrd In inch f.rllflp.l. .rrcrllflr.t . bl Home Phone BOATS Industrial. door on tt* first thin' trrlaln ,.."" .1. v( land .. will b* .nl<| ta th* hoiin ilnor' <>n lb. fIrst '/>rn.", nr It .111 birnmo voidncrnnllnir
Phone %U511TV' Greater Monday In th* Month Of IM.. hvr.lnaflrr d"'rllo.4. and the hl.h vl """'or ., Iho courthni Manila* In I". Month of Oct.. lo law,
Seninf Clay Count I.... which I* th.* Ilk day ofOrt. r<>llo ins iHM-ouna '''..Ih with *. door on It' final IMI. which. I I. th. Ill' day otM HOIIACH t'1.'''''' KCKKIJI

Notary Pnbli .. 1044.listed .II unknown, porinn. lUlmtnnrr Mnndnv In lbs. Month of Oct., l.44r I Admlnlptrator' of Ih* Mint
I Ihl. Sib day of .*rt.Illl. .. ''hr..h or un..r ksowolrpt 1114. which I I. lilt Mh Uy ofUl. '*t.>t Ills lilt diiy of fl.pt, of A. HAYMONI1 KCKKIJ4:

INLET MARINAMERCIRY .uiil. 'S' hIt are deed, .1' whO. .. l lImtnt I'''. dl>......."
APPLIANCESERVICE PHONE CAto.n .rr nut kiwIs' to b. dnd or |hl. llh. dny (if 9pl. (,H..l lnrxiiton" T J. JRNNIVilH': / JH
0X>RGR U CARLISLE. .' IMI i. (nr.hlt.1Q.(. Altorn.r for th. AdntlnMrator
Offko SII-JM1 Clark of Circuit Courtof 'A: HOITTHKUN: AND' S"...n lorh of ('treul, Court '.11, l.-t. I. IS

OUTBOARDSMERCRl'ISER Horn MI-SKS Clny County FLorida 'IolIIIIIIA RAILWAY "IlI'ANY (11\11\111111\ : I. "AnUICI.*( of lIar Count., Florida

We Repair. AH Brand Snot U. II. tl Oct. .. 1144 ,11' II, !>. tWtUiKNH. JH.IM rirk if ni-pylt Court sent 1a. IT, II 11. I. IM

Serrtflnr O 7 Count SERVICE Orange AT*. S. at Bar St. LYNCH lU'll.l'INtl of rlur Tnuntv, 'll\rl.h LKOAL ISOTICINolirs
KUmil II.,., II. U. It ()(O,. .. lOllS I _
For StiU n Tear Green COT Sprint LEGAL !NOTir*] Hill .SO IP't'Tl1iN LSI4IL I\IITIlIoI. I IAOTIC'IQ

BOATS TRAILERS ... IKIIAL KOTIIH' .U hrhy ilr.n lhalIh.
Orange Park Ph. 214.9565FULLERTON'S 14 1ll>*. or API'l.I'ITIUNVaIl I .
t'lar County :tonIng Com.
NOTIcE or APPLICATION TATK KUAlt ill !KOTirn or Arrii<-%TioiHo. TAt StEEl mIssion will. boil n Puhlln n...
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP ron TAX DEED OI.AY tttl PITY "'016 TC "tl:1I HOO. lOS IS. r.*. In. on Thur.4ar (Vtnbrr" II.
80. IM.I*. raV 1/:14\11: lI"fI"Nto'UI IM U, r N. NOTICE. IIKItkliy: tllVKN,
LEGAL HOTIO at stIck p m. In th..
Hwy IT Orange Park NOTICE III HEHKHV OIVICN: NO I NOTICE &tI IIKHKIIY O1VKN: that Ul.nMIn Farma. Ino. the Countv ''..mml..I.... (,".mb.r. of
that. $Blnndln Karma I. tile KAKKMKNT: : stoutItoAlLiIlluC that. lll.n.lln r'.rmt Ino. Ik* 110......' of th. followlni er Ih.. Clar Counlr Cnurthou.o,

14 N. Oranre Aye. Phone IS4-98JS IN THE: CinCt'tT CX>t'RT or hold.r of tko followIng e.r. Prf"'UA. hnltl.r of lbs follnwln c.rllrlcnt tltlo.,.. ha. flla.l ..101! .rtiri IIr.." I'.,* 'prln,., Florida, for
Green Core Spf XS4-4044 CLA r COl'NTY. KUWIOA tlfloatoa has tiled ..M cortlfl. That part of .. baa furl >*lit ....rIUI.rll. rains (or n lai did la h. th.. purpoa. of ..rln. ohJiH..
IN CMANCKKT rain., tor a Ins deed to b. Ik. pith of way or U.orll" .. (or n Ill d...... in b. sound '......0.. Th' '. rrifli-t Him' If any In r.xinlne fromII.

VIIUJIL L. riUhbli:, I'lalnllff l.turd "'."011. Tho cortlftcat.num Houth.r' and Horltln lull andII. 1..u.4 'b.'...". l'ba. rrtlfltt.numhor lIumh.r. and u... .t .ioauan,.. or..i-nl Arlr,lluro Zon*. Inlnt
.. "*ra and Y..'. of s.iisnoe, ...a* In Dillon* II. II and ,t of luunnno 'II. d.I"IIolI of Ill. ,'rol..rI
: MILK DELIVERY lbs '...rll>tloll of lbs proporlr Township, I ......... Hnnio : I .rm.4it. 11..1 I n. a o (nil
ADtJaell Used r rnltarjCAHEY'S JUDITH K. TimcDC: Defendant lbs doiorlntlan prni>*rty, and lIsa a.m.a In "Iflil II ass r..n.l.' lIe follnwlnc ul.etIlw4
NO CllllNOTIIH and lh. nam.a In which' U w*. II .:.... nnd lh. nnm** In .11th Ii .. .......4 .r. .. fnll.wu' I'ron.rlr

OK HIT a......4 are as follow.. ] hutS y.unthasul.Pt. $ of and" with.In k.ood are us folliiw: .1 C.'.,1111.'... Nil, III 1 I...,. I thru I. II lIre I*, and
Ctrtlfkat No. Ill II fiat II.! .urvPY lino of Tr of ......... '
(OrtlflPkl No Ill Juno I, IM
thru II, I'nll I H und
W.D.Morris Y. of laauanc June 1. Illlrwocrlptlon . *. Hocllon. ?u.e. >rUn
K. nilKKK ar tttnt Tonr of Ia.uunu'. Jun. I, IMI t>.w rlntlon. of. rmporl*. |M>, H /t!> an rornrd.d. I In 1'1. Il-M.lt
Lou oulkMil.rly of
Proprtyi .
SLORLDA TRADERS YOU Kr.ldrnr I'nknown I A I Blk. III.01 P.llow.kl. Park. sunny Hot HMD Nlklloii !...'.1 all4 I.'k": O. tWlih. 'hots r.tn. I S.Mlk.", II I.*. wIth Ktlldw.Mo.. a....i4)I'arh.) I Pa.. II nf IK* I'uhlli a...
Green COT Sprint nri4 DbtributorAll 1'1.' ... .In which .aa.M.di, Nor, ....t.h of Murtroy l.llon S / Edith It. raloonkurr.All of Slav Counlr, rlnrldaand .
( this. n .uI haaa. ..... fund 11..1) nf land bonnd.
and ... I
0, K. W.Sboroa.ASI imtt, md *urv y lisa Ktma In which ....di of .aid hoina In
kM prop.rty
....In.0... In bov. . ,
t.. .
K. Palmer St TU U4-UM .n.UII. aald loin I In d.M-rlbod and lratod ". nn II Norlhw.d by Dial
IS of properly *; ,
Milk .. liana hiss loire, A. Conotntlnn. Ih* County of Clny MlaloFlorliln. at
Jersey n.... .nd YO" .r. ...,.b, HUhwty No. II. on Iho North
Blalo of
Ih. County of Clny follow! All of ..'d holn Inlh $ .
AnU,nM o S. Oranr Avenue r.qulred to ..rV UIM.n "I.In'. Pa'. nronrty .... ha 1,11 I Isuudirl.s
fin ,
uth *
riorMa.I .
tko "' ,...
hosts on such r.rllflr.i
Connly of elsa, Unto ofrinrM or rorllfkatoo
TeL SI4-U44 F.r Ifaddro.a .. ."0... 1mm. .nd ..... puck rortlfkat or ror.llflrato Sits I*, T.....".hl, I Pu.tk.Itani. . *. shill k. r.'.''''d ... I /l!>, *n Ih. $Houlhw.. ky "' .1.
appaar krrron yourwrltl.n shall bo rodmod kflnt 'I*.1 Ian m and on lbs ...'II..t
no- II 11:..". *l C .
I'nloM .11..11 f.rllfk.i. recline In I law the do .
d.f.nwo If any, (o tko or pet.tIflnat.a rnprty h. I I' Ml sal ....,II...
Park n n of
Oranare rordlnn- 1 law the property d* ttoulkMM. VU
fret W..t of the oh.ll k. ,. till .. ,
of In d
roimiUInt null ,.,.
HOME DELIVERYCALL orrilwd: In k r.rtlfleat. or .lnl html. onIho It inikway No. II
Reed TeL 4-ltl1 *u 5.f th.r.of. Mid p to I low Its prfiporty . will lie ...1.' lo Iko
BUndlnf of wkltk I I. d.II..,... ..
ruin Iv All .. .
toil rortirirat.a will bo told !. Ih. aro of a runs commvo (" au'rih.d In ...'h r.rllflc.l., or ....11..| hldilor nl Iho roirlkik ,11.* In '.r. nnd MI-
".r...II II. on or buforo CVIob.rII hMd.r at Ik. ...urtboA. I I.. 5 OnSa shIll. Is.. .. npvnri.nlSvI
Jacksonville wKhMt II. V S
lk. .III..t.rl' ..,IIf1ra,.. will h. on4| lo lh* >* door on lila. SInuS
IC..llltI or ZS4.U A D. IMIH .. door *n 'lit fireS. IU ,*.*.. ". k.rd ., aald limo and
A Cnin ... radius of lists' hl hMl bIll., *l Iho rnurlhni Monday In lisa Sooth *f Blending .rln fall not or drrrr. pro Sunday In Ik Maatli of Oi'lIMI bonrlnn a' 1'1..".. .. .lac.
: from a l.na.nl door on llfir." .I whlrk I I. Ih* lIb. day .,
...nl. .. will ho .rd ...In.I : .
nl nnlnc
whlrk th* Ilk day ( Noilk.w. rSimml.ilan
s W. run
TeL "1-I$24 4I II .1' Hands III Ih. Month of too for Ik. rrllrf uravrd. .In Iho INI., IMIl ..urly III I* f..t slung ..'.14un. I.... wkl.,k I I. Ik. Ilk dy of l I..,.. Ills Sib day of ..,!, Hay I'minly
WE TRADE IN ANTTHINaOF ITIIOtSTERINQ: bill of rnmnl.lnt TIIK NATfllKDP at.d Ibis Ilk day *f *.pl, thrIll 5 ""Ir&l nglo'. Ol.. IMIIwlod U.. n* JAMEs: III. ('nnwi.It. .

VALVE : ..aU1I1c1'IT.. UKIVI Kim Illl. of II' *l' ea"' !. 115! ."< ...' Ihl. Sib. day ., fovl.. ,It..!" f'halrman. .
tOtal.nIIMUIDK North.. .pi, II and (VI I. tilllEwAk
tufts; ihmfo run I.,,. IIMHIOR' : I. CAni.lHI.R:
WITNKHH my hand nnd iho. I. CARMMLR, If Writ $11414 fs.i 'ot II "Past)" lark of Clr.ull "four
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP *..l of aald I'ourt at IIr.." Covo Cl.rk of Clrcolt. lV..rlnf iwlnt OI.IM..IIO IUHr' ..d Mllo inxmnR: i. ruit.mr.K' of f'oMnlr, P1,4.Pass .

ACCOUNTINGREED "i.rInni. Klorldn. ''''I. Silk day Clay t...."". Kluytd* ....., l.., lh.n-o iwistinul PIstils Clrk of nr..ll Cnurl I*. rJ. II Oct. I, IMIIMJ4I. 5511CC
Complete A." A Furniture of Nrptrmhrr AD, IMIOKIIKIIR ...., I*. IT, II O< C. I. IlllLKOAL U' II' .f >* .., IHMI f.tl IIII .f 1'1.. ''''''''''. rlor'<4.

: U CARI.IKI.K. IH.l.t.. ,b."". run ...,all *>... I*. It. II ()rt. I, ISIS IN Till! tMI'HT or ssu
Upholstering flrrk rircult ('nun' .4. II' II" Weal IH tI tart ,. : MIITIIM till'NTT JUlIuS, SLAT

ACCOUNTINGAND 1401 W. IdlewUd Ay*. n NOTII* ..'4 Hullon IMill..4. II'. lko II"... ojnllnu. IHU4I. HOT It H I NUTIIM or APPLICATION IVl'NTT'I FIX>itll>A.
lfo"..'" n.rk row TAX i ::1<.
... '' .ioo.
Ph. SI4-SSIS |.oi f.., ,. Mid' Pistl..5 .ul IN r. Kilalo: nf
AND JRN.NINOH *. NOKTOVAttorney NOTION liP APPIICATIO1ron !' IX..... rvnllnuo Norlk. 14* II MOTUH Or APPIUUTIO tosis, rn, MINNIN I-AWHAI.I. tinasaiwlTI
8EHVICK Green Crt Springs. Florida for PUlRllff TAS UKRIIa. II MMl. Ill (*.' is a polsl' ron TIC lIkEs NOTICE u HKitibUY UIVKNlhal . ) Alt. I'll Kl| roil* ANI)
AddrM: P.o. llni $75Or. .. I sot III' lea.104I1 r II, IMandlnnrarm' .. In*, lh. PKItiNINn
.. ll.llr..d CLAIM
r *
Free )Estimates St.ilI I OH
... Covo ",,,'In... Plorlda hold.r. ,. .
411 Walnut St Ocs. NOTICK I* hERESY IIIVRN.that : Ih.nr ronllnno {< a r } I l. NOTICE: u HLIIKHV lIlIES, of Ik fallowing orlinoalo I>KMANI: '* AOAINMT MAID Bn.
l-'reo Pick-up and Delivery '.11. II. '. I Blnndlni. ..ar", .. Ino ,... II' II- ..!. .... (sal t. '" Skit Illondlna; Farm. In*, Ik* has fll.d Mid r.rtlfl. TAT,
TeL tU-tlll ....Id.' of Iko folio win* e.r.tiflcatoa WeisS II". of _U... U, To"; h<,1... of Ik. fnllawlno as,. ..!.* dar n 11 d..d lo k* Yon lad nrh of ,.. Ifs b.'..

Pei>onalizp: r*..
numk.ra . of
Sail ko .. North .f Ikottnulkootl rol.o lap n la* d.od !. k laoitnno. ... .
.. tot a laa I 5 ...,., Mil f l on* tlalma and .......
InAccounting Upholstery Need! sound tll.'.... Tko ...rUflc.,. ,.r".' lk.r.ofl I...... ,...,...., the '."llIc.,. Ik* dM.rloilon of Iko roorly, wkl.k rn. or alibi. r at VeIl,
SHOPat: of -'. Ifru's ........,. sad ,.... .f ........ 554 lbs *am*> In dish II wn*
& Tax HAROLD BAXLEY suinb.ru sad pears iunuo. l-unumud Ilk a.'ra. ........ .r. .. '.. may hav* acainai iko ..'*I *fMINNIM
Ik* ocrolon! of the" pranorty, I.... lbs 4.ucflu.tl.ui :: lb.. pr.pept ('.rllt...,. N 'illTMy PAM'MAIJ., dM<.aa..l,
JU'turns Owner Uphobterer ti m. 554 Ik. namao In chink It wa* A I"" 5n4 lb. sam.. b'.h' It was Isle of laId Count r, .. lbs
., ....... June I Illli.arrlpllon
.. V.5ewstC.rtifu.'at. lCuttMtcNT ....*.d are .. tnIaoui! .
EDWIN BAILEY ** are oo rolt t'n.II" Iwdis .. l'im, l'a.ol,,
FrKiiHinoM | at Pr....',i |..u
No. $14Tsr t'sitfInastl No. ISTa.
IIHtAINAIIRI ra.I., SI his ."... I. lIe
Firms tiIndividnnln Ron and tTph"btcrer 4 pie. HOME: of iMuanco May II, UUIfeoerlMlo I C. A ..*'nl of land In Ik*. ..., of .IHMIIIO jono I, lull II fIf.A..II I.'U.u'wktok.'.,. *H.*..dl, 0.5,1 .._ ., saId, S'sinlp 51lImos
of I'roo-rlr Sill NK I4 .f "* SI' .' .*. orrlotion of frooorlyi I I'.., Co.o orlnco riorld
C. A. HTJMMEL II *. II Hlk. Hi. r.ll.o.klrPark. : lion I*. Tow.*klp I "..111.It. Sf 554 et PIll .. ret I. c ii SIN. Miaa All Araula a5 said Tampklna... k.ln InIk. wlikin ill _.1..,'",, m..*lk* from
. II JCa.!, _'. pen. .. II S... Ill 4.1.1515. froMrty '. ..
Pilblie L'phobterer I ,... . ,lit tin of ' fIrst ovkll llonf
Notary Hunt ,In wklrk) _._., ilrolorlr' .....rikod .. !.!. Masse in ."...h ..*..**dl, ri...rM C.ualy*. of Clny, Plate of ibis noil*. Two *opi.* of
A. J. Pass.', ASIans J. ..*.1... saab nlaim( d.niaad shall ko
( .'.. uk .
a'lIVb'sia a r .r.llflrclM
'All of oild prwiwrtr' hd.g inIk. "'......._ *n Ik. East lino nl.rltun All of raid oroo.rlr babe In .kail k. ,....**.. In wrliiim, nnd shall Halo tko
of slut. ofPlorldn. ."th, lbs Connly of Cloy. OlsIe ofl ao.rMdlao
Cankly thy, II, Townkip I lno of ** .. <* *nd p.al fflro .
; lo law Ik. dovrlk.4
tr.y.rir <
II K >t. OS a point. Illl l 1. rlda. : n44rM ot Iko Ulninnl,
I'.'... sack. rorllflral a, .*,. SPIt llnni.*..111 of tko. te.r'"...t in,. I'M*** *nh ..'U,....* ., ..,. In Pith .alifi.ala a'rirliti.sl. nnd shall ko ...," I* ky lIe
,.... .. .. tirw. >.... k ........ ... .. will .k* nd) I* lbs
.."..,.. shall k* "' v .., '''....f .... run Omits II tkall b...... Ialuasl, u.sI. 51l.play ss'Iaea.suiusi.4
I CLASSIFIED ADS pardina. I. law Ik* o,....r'. d. I n ii ..i. IIM.i '..'' lk.ste sandS.* U I law lbs nmooriy d*. ...... dowr klddar *n al lIe SIts' ooorl flr.l Iv : fIli,. V.a eS

orrilwd" In .*-k ."lfl..t. orrorllflcil. r.n Norlk 44' .*" *%JjMikomo rrikvd In *n< h .oritfirnio. a'PeflifhosI. Monday In She M.alk of <..|. ..*. d>illar sad ...... rl.lm nr ...
.. will k ."U to I .. will oM4 ,. ,lie ,
set l lb. IOi5l 55 .. no ,..". .., Iliad ....11 ko voidci
( M
: r.l IMI, wbIls 14 Iko Ilk dor
.. .. t".1 .. .
ktakoot .., at t" ro ma PIstIl $ II klk | "III'., .. Ik* r *n ( .. 1544 .mi' joNm AO
b..... door on Ikl. ,. M.rlk .!. kono. door on IM ftr.lMondnf
w. tt lo.ll lkn* I-.I.4 .....IIII.t'.',.. *fof
Ills Ilk d.y of P.p...
Monday In the M.nlk *f (IcOrt. ... 45. ...." It fetlI 1 stane In lbs Month of IM.IMI. Illl Ifco. K.iai. "f
Soul, wktrk In Ik* Ilk doy of ." 84 Ii' It East..J' :tIt wklrk I. lbs Ilk 4., *fIM Mlanlo' Paorkall.do .
1014P554 ; it* u wo IMIlinlod JlW.HOB ... ..
a .ik *
'III. lib '.r ., ...,.. ** ..1. Ilk day ., .. !.. 5.5.CAtII.ISLN! *
UkOAt jtvricm fr !. MM '. .' ., .l | "' .' ?( 1".,., .11..11..*iHin lMokr I...

IOOI RENTt Ifofarable I $051. sisal, I IUtkiikl "I.. .f I'1. fnualy, P15,4.Inst 1141.
.. .11 I .......1.1.. III 50Usd. ,..'. mare I S..I IlIbtIlhll 14 II IM I. IMI II.I, 5. 1 II. II
I. 'Alit.ltJC.Curb .
IIM,.,._ .k k bwWM wltklt Tko Board of County ('.mwl. L10S4L noN 10'tl111 I. f'AIlt.llt.N.. --- .. .- -

.10".'". Clay Ce..I,. ..d lbs IM. of Clr.. ..li t'oafS "T <..*..1. ..,...,. Sisal at "....t 'suna 1595. hCVllNisSeTIAN
city Umlta.. Near S f liar Ooolr, ri.r'4Ol ISOAL POTION

toured ,.,.. Can after I ,.... ComiC _"' ...... ,... followln IN THE CIWt'lT' ("(,('KT OP ...! 14. It. II Or*. I. Illl TAkE mrru'ie hal ;: =}*. .. II It, II : IM. |, IMII.KU4L op *PPh.lr4ls5 : i IN

I'.'.. Cooaiy and local .rnn. |. THE PUI KTH JI'I'It"CIIlc.1 "'. rallmi. a* T.klao ko kova Stud P.S .PSI SEPIa IN tll. CINITIT Clltmf

M4.IMS. ,.u.. utlon and III.*.. of t ,., Irlxc AND PUH CI.AT In Ik* *k. **.,, fsa55 ky Ill norritH 5... in |4. P1. AMU tuft ('LIT l irNtT,

('.ilst! for lbs outotandlnc' p.r.forninnro T. PL.4)KSu.AslANekutv LKU4L 5OTIC' ...tll....,.. ,he aneulruas as- _- PISTICS u nr.rir.nv HIVRNkl ru>nii. >A IN ciiANCCMf:

of duly and ......,.. "' "". IlllHOl'IM ,,,....* ot Ik*.. ..r......a*. *f ..... OP APPLICItIOO | MI. 4I. r SfulO, IM Ik* CAIN Nit c..HIMAIJiHN

lion Samoa' H.rI"... flora: HHIMiKkYNNAVINlia lbs, 5.1155' .f lk. .k.v*..*. .... 7" ...tJ 1544.. of lbS MUo-tM ..,. aAVINun HANK n
krlfr Off** sad D p.llo* HANK"' korir er APPIIOATIO. rrHwd U.... for lk. p.ro.** lulls '. ". fll.4$ .old *orif ...,,..,*..... *riani...l nndIIANNT
loa RENTs Atlraetlt I ..d. A..r..-.. Red Crooomnool a rorvornlioHi.. Plaintiff. Pop tea unto ... forlk .. ik* Pini lo lbS "IITlcM. 11555151, S tUU" *::*: ;.. a la* d od !. kob .n.....". ....., I". I... af ill
,.. ... .... ,...._., ( ._.... .. 50 ......."...11..
... HI u paKOTICI .. A a rod* room h*. M ,......... c..- of flay t>aair a. IIIDCJI'IIC sad *. pla l lk*| HUadlrr. ... la*. P.il
Stall ...", bor. IlfrHA1.I1 u imnKNr hIvES .. .nwnl .ad a dialnni **a* k..... of lbs. Mlvwlnar. .. *.o and Mar nf .***nnn PisItuluSS
'''wi, air. c. ..u..i. CftI. "',.11.. Pork Hollco and Plro lIuItTI:1'I.IA' .N PE5JL'uS.bis Ik. Ida.41., r.rm. lo.. Ik* mast '., a portioa of 0tu55 H *d ..fl.ol.o ... flld' Mid ...Mill.ol Ik* d*.rioion' of Ik* prooorlroad ..
IXnartnunt .".. l *f.nxdnlo.kOtMH ......., .f tko. Mlowlo oor.llflcalo 10 In Ctor l.55i Y154. nod .. for e las ..04 lo ko ,... ..... U .111.i k |II .*. (I U..III' nnd ANTIS'
truly lee..... 1U Bar Street. ka. Iliad ..,.. ,*rlinto HoMrtkU\ OIAMLM ..*.*. a,. a* (oSI.oaie OASIS CA.w>N' kin ."..
.. IMroclor. *. .
Cl,ll l>.,* 4>P CUT '''.1 Ik* ...... ,..*,*. Tk. ..Miffed. f..'.........
Ff lnf.*.. .. ..... 184. Pork. Aroo L sad lit." .* /.f a li ..*. I. koloo A. UlKIR o,. MM ., IkoJodnr. ....hot* sad yaor of IOOMMO, < liSt.sls No. I*
B-lalr and ........'_k Ft,. d 'II.'.*.. Tko ..,..,k sit of Ik. I1r..tl Co.rl of Iko' d.astlsuSse of Ik. proMrll, TM. ., |...... Jono I, IMI, 451t45 PP SlIP
921$. .-u tf. |>*"" "...'. TIlE TATE OP rwItSu'A., TO! .*...." and paste of ...*..*. lbs. ,...". JodMol I1r*.i| ofPtortda. 554 Ik* sa.a in oki.k It .51 lu..os.iu.. .' rr**.rly Part THuS "V4'f* 4>P rU 1. >MM>ATl
.. ... .
lN..... U . MANNY .. I'AnMiiN.' ._.
of Iko" dor fInrlotor ., baa I oo ,.s In oM HMk >
oroorl Ilk ,
hinpurIuui.st1I.r. Ik* Ptetia. .411 Iko
Mlddl.kcrnPlr* o ....*o.d oro 55 f.lb>wiTr '
III 5.4.1.. l>rl.ooronio : ,...... M II* Nl'..r Mir*.!.
.. .. 1 554 Ik naojiM In vkuk II wo* IMI. ol I Mtlwk .III fooo Ml. 4-l'MH.
,.I.. Plro l A H ('slilfiesle N. 54
".'''. YdaTs. as.a.et4 are .s ,follow .'$ Cownly ...>. In ...... noMoaod, .......111.. ArkanM!
lo *
.l. nukC1ila.M P. 5. She I IMIlrn
and Cl ol lM.*nM Sine ,
a.. k.r.ky .*liri d t. ANTIS MANIk "A_'", .".*.
Ita... Oporaior Orlifk No. II rik. i SlfSsS Can.etisa. ,.. .,. Poll Alkr -. .
rUwl (0. w of .. ,
a silt k*. kn fild OIOIOMad pail IMI > ? All .: ,. .,. kin ,.........* I* II* MI..' airMi,
loa RENTl Nke S bedroom U,.. Coo .ot" *.. Toar of I.....' J." I .. Ptondo _Mld** Mid' .i I Illk. II I. ror. InII MM | InIk.
IUMOO H."..... N. 5.qS5. yourwlf. INetrielia.' .f Prooonr Portof .. ., 1'.U. apOatsi rW"' f.o.ir o| i-ior, .!.!. of ...,......., .'11.*_i
... .
1' Ppdsc. H.Rlnora
Green S..b Pa III. I
kn.r. nwwtr painted lnM U"'* .. In Ik. ..*. ..'.1"o o..* SI'S of hEll o* K** in ._._.. and male .... '... u,.. Cone 0pa4aa* Pi.ci4. V.. ... ........ nllfl thaiS

... t'. 1".,_ Vt'. a..rt.t ... Ikal. ,.* *,. krky r.irvd .- 11,54 HMk ".. l"4 P**> 4HlMM .. ,... Ivvrl dMOJio ptapat All aa.sas.IJ 1'1.. ... '.'1"".'. an ..,. MII bal kon Slid 50550.5 PiI
Ml, rtnte, larserard.kkUk and Civil ....,.".* ..,.....l ... io tIll ,.., *...., witkIko I....... MM o ... I* Ik* Mil sad oil p*.rotlee PIe. Lo IS.:Iia* Jlo in* Monn.ll ..,"-.,.. *." .o ,..._.... o... o* t05auulssts. In Ik* ab.vaa.<

) .e* ranlklkfd. Can Penr 0..*. C.>.* "....... fir* ... n.,,, ., t... I'oort. 04 ,. !. OkUk MMd Ialarealad s.5f Spins. 554 All of said MoMriy k.ila *o :4l* lo lo* ,.. oasp..sa d.. 55,154 ....., 554 1151 5415 are
Paul... I....,....,* a.,.. 5 ownv ikorowf thplututiffs ..,.... '1...... CowoaoyAU k* k..,. at IM lint 04 ..... Iko Cooaly .) Cloi lIsle atp154,4. >rik>4 In 'Ir. MriifM.io or II.,.", ,.".".. 15 rue ,.., as'a.
r..... Ut-llll. ttlIOR /. Noad tepon1uiaICu. allMnoy ehe.o OJ.m* of mid oroo,riy k..o, loIk ...,.. ..>iiru>.... .. ..H .. Ik.* ... with Ik. ll.rk .f Iklo
('S..: ('.555...!'r Pnkllo He.utkD.s.n1.s : asd nddrM ta Jabs T Trok.lt rooatr ot dor "ial siPlaid. -,.. 554 .a'b of .... lCbea.br t'sba.e.. a..b 0. ....... ..14..., ol lbs _..! '...... .... ,. .*r.. a ...py "'.....
Mark ....r. ,.,.. io rwy A. . .e..ooadM 'o appin? If shall I''t: ::; ko... 4'- *. Iko ,.... .f 0005 Iko. PUlollff, 5, Plain
.Tl oUoro and Ul.... r' .... III. JarkoMi.Illo ,'.$... seth rorliriral.llfkoloo .. ..,. Ino t'ooilMik OIfhael.a. ......* U |... ....1" ., IM *?. nilroy wk.... ...>. nod
Ion Cir A < _. stat t.... .... .... fillnnAoo* 4. .dIsa lo Uw Ike pecpa'I, ... .. oi .....,... iMHk Rlli l ."..
rnorvoil..w l..o).rlo .... I. n.r awl ....It k* rd d $ fM* fil4' to Ikio InIk rik4 la .,ihlS.Se :; (ill .. I* Ik* Ilk day lot'
TRADE A.'lrDLEa IMI K.n'.". M..>kl. Pits andPollco Ho.....k. .. A II. loll wrdloo- I* law Ik.. ** .p>rtf do.rwW4 ISI4to4 sinti. I0 :Wf ..llfl>.l0 Will nunS ...i MU ,. Ik* !>... IMIfwiodj .."..Ih.. Ill ........1 National..

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will ... saId IMkikM 955 5.5 Ie' '
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EIGHT QUay[ County< (ErcsccMt TIIURSDAT. OCTOBER 1. lta4

Clay High Devils . Joins A 6- P ". . WONDERS Swift's Premium Super-Right Delicious Smoked
WILD AND/ NEW" All Meat Skinless 12 Os. Pkg. Chipped 4 Os. Pkg.

(Continued from Page One) Oreen Cove's own Scot

bloodiest in the team's history and those close to the land Yard had a bad moment Franks Beef
Mon ail < .
coaching staff five the Impression that. few broken bones at The Crescent )

are all In a day's football scrimmaging and that winning Is 5 day night
far more Important than sportsmanship.The A ro N r1 IVwNDI i Eugene Koza The Crea-

first play of the game was a 30-yard pass play I cent's general manager entered 39c 3 for 79c

from Jay Ooolsby to Gary Looney. The Devils tried In The Crescent building.
every quarter to score but failed each time. after dark with his 13

Lake City scored two touchdowns In the first quarter: : year-old son, Richard. Bothof
one In the third and a fourth In the final quarter. : them heard heavy footsteps -
Outstanding performances were put In for the Devils I on the roof of the 4 TO C-LH. AVERAGE SHOUT SHANK S I01nDSwift's :

by Terry Carlisle and Jay Oooleby. building and, in the ab
sence of a flashlight to determine -
which of The Crescent's -
particular friends
PEAK POWERA MORE DURABLE was on the roof, the police
Acrylic paints for the 1965
426-cublc-lnch. high-pep, were summoned.
Dodge Coronet provide lighter
After scurrying up a telephone -
formance engine Is availableto I and more durable metallic
buyers. of the 1965 Dodge I shades, Their original\ gloss! can s4 yrf. pole, police discovered
a large and friendly
Polara be restored after long-tlme exposure
It's desglned for motorist I They are more durableto turtle walking the roof,
who want peak performance dragging a small log.
the ravages of weather and
without the special furls and achieve greater luster than The turtle had been

extra servicing usually required other enamels. picked up in the middle of Whole or
by competition-tuned Highway 17 by a Crescent .. lialPIIAIIS SHANK *
employe who Is a pushoverfor
engines. The trend to safety and con I 4sf
turtles and subsequently PORTION
The engine has a com pes.
venience in motoring is exemplified I
Ion ratio of 10. to 1, A four. In the 1965 Ford An put out to graze on the 14 lo l wJv

barrel carburetor and a dual optional panel Includes vac roof by another employe 'rtt 10lb.45c LB
exhaust system. uum door lock control all who Is a push-over for practical ALI3. . I f f
jokes. I
doors may be locked or unlocked

Five push buttons that do at the touch of a button a The Green Cove City
); a "door-ajar" warning ,
the work of ten are a featureof -
Commission and the Board . i .
1065 Thunderbird optional I light I ; emergency flashers; F, R. II rrison, supervisor of the A. .A P Food Stores w -
of County Commissioners
AM/FM radios. By simply I I "low-fuel" warning light; ; and for this area, announces that Walter P, (Tiny) Ramsey hAve> proclaimed Monday as SPECIAL: JANE: PARKER: 'nESIl.YKED

turning the buttons over, up to a reminder light to "fasten I became associated with the A .A P )'In Orange Park this .."">e Enterprise Day.
five AM or five FM stations scat belts." Monday* Mr Rnntsry his been at resident of Clay Countyfor The observance will be
be selected. some II yenrs. Prior to joining the A A P be Wile In .
the second annual celebraon
The new Dodge Polara IIta'tlon the grocery business In Orange Park Ills many friends 'PIES I
of the principle of free
wagon Is five Inches longer 1 will be find to know he Is a member of the A A P stuff
enterprise, sponsored
Vibrations transmitted to the than last year's model In this area.910W .
throughout the nation by
steering wheel from the engine
the Jaycrel.
and the road are IrritatIng Climate" control on the TO CHECK DART OFFERS 4
Citizens are urged to pon-
to most motorists. The 1965 Dodge, Polara I 14 accomplished I RADIATOR LEVEL ENGINE OPTIONSThe
der the freedoms and re-
Dodge Polara for 1965 features by five push buttons When driving In high altitudes 1965 Dodge Dart has Monslbllltles of free enter. '' 1 T It, $1.00

two flexible steering couplingsthat that provldo automated selection I or in hot weather Dodge four engine options. rise.. :
isolate these vibrations of Inside temperatures.Robertson' 3 B.OL.
Dart engineers advise motor. A 170-cublc-lnch six-cylin
---- - - --- - --- -- ----- \J
fats to follow this procedure der power plant is ,tand.rd.with PIES
I in checking radiator level: a 225-cublc-lnch ".Ix" as CORONET OFFERS
First place cloth over radiator an option TWO AUTOMATICSTwo H<,A'It)/. t-nrh:

s cap. Make one turn left A. 213-cubtc-Inch engine 'Is /
to the first atop Let steam the standard V-,. A high-per automatic transmissions -.: .- "
art available for Dodge Coro.
tlon. formance version of this engine
net models. One Is Used with
with four-berrell carbu
six-cylinder and small V-8 engines
To assure maximum comfort retor, special camshaft nw rapmMiauKvmIr II
have a new Welding Machine. Welds Mufflers, Exhausts the other with the
safety and long tread pistons and higher compression
Tailpipes. Braising, cutting, etc Ifle, Dodge Dart engineers I: ratio optional., larger VS's.Drivers nnftfa PIAID r

THE ANSWER TO YOm SMALL WELDING JOBS recommended that motorists Hehlnd will STAMPS ii!!
sndDONT regularly check for the proper I Disc brakes, long popular on never ,
tire pressure. light European racing cars for wonder which way a 1965 r? With' this coupon fc purthai o I
FORGET Thunderbird Is turning. Sequential 'I .. ...
their fade resistance and Immunity l Our 0. a. I. i I
You get a free wash Job with each complete oil change Florida's oldest wildlife conservation to water, have been turn signals developedfor I liistunt Tea (;' .Ii:

and greats Job. law appeared In 1128.It developed to handle the higher the luxury car create alight +NI\'i.: In. u...... :
COME TO SEE l'ft prohibited fire hunting In I weight of American passenger pattern which "traveli" fresh Red TokayGRAPES. I t..... ...... T' 1.e ..
In the direction of the Indicated
-or- the Territory', The Front wheel dine 2 LOSe 25c
use or possession cars. brakesare
.rlTI. !
Can turn . . tAll =
tnitarOrasie of a gun and light at standard on 1965 Thunderbirds ---_..M :. i _

Ave ... night Is still a violation of the and optional on 1965 .
I All Ford station wagons for Purpose Jonathan 4 Lb. Bag i
wildlife law Mustangs I'
1965 feature a built-in air_ de
-- -
==::=- __ __ _ -- water t APPLES f 1 1 1/ 1 .39t 5O&bI wi

and snow on rear windows.
Eastern Ro..... While With_ this eeu"a ,...cb..t it i
/ a.r. e.1.
I The desire of motorists to POTATOES 10 LBS. fi'; f ' !
I iiiti'uiij lake more with them Is turn 45t Cheese} 49cJax Ii;

All ln< the automobile's bk seat ;. lases '

Boys Into added luggage area A Large lno-ball is... o..a Tarr ..... 000" 4 !i
fold-down rear seat may be

i ordered. In all I96J Ford 4-door CAULIFLOWER . . 29 .__.. __ __.-----.1

sedans to combine the advan ,...........-.........................
ogee of a station wagon with Lar,.. Firm, Ripe = >_1 .:. t''

8 Thru 13 Years Old! n 3x3 sedan*..fastback Kv styling n the model snorty and compact offers Mustang a TOMATOES . LB. 19t if IffiJll.I..t 25 txbI STAMPS PLAID .N.j!

fold-down rear seat to permit Fresh Firm Ripe Bartlett !
carrying added lunate j Iii( With' this rei p.a ,.,..... er M>

-- ": '. = - -:- .. .: : ::- .. '. I Including l l skis and other PEARS , , 2 LBS. 29,.e ffj. AH !... ..... IS Os.'Jar ta H'!
- lengthy equipmentA IM Jrai tAlly :"rcFireside

I I. J H. I...-.. I 1
1 Lb. Box
flshiM or durk hunting SALTINES . . . lit K\"t'I.I I. P..pe. Dees n. 1.... Oe/. 1 :

boat powered by a 10 II P. motor Pillsbury Buttermilk Os. Can '1.:1It1H..a:81.:

Punt Pass & Kick or smaller nerd not be BISCUITS . .. . lee AT .1Sl'I .........-....-.......:......-..........

re Uterrd In Florida. Pleasure A A P 1 Lb. Can

boats powered bY machinery of COMtE . Tie gpwUU Libby Tallow Cling IlalvtePEACHES
more than 10 n P. mu.. b* Our Own US Os. Jar

Competition Football n'91 btered by your county tax : TEA MIX . . . tV
collector, nOUN 13 Qt. Blse

: A fast draw with a bow and Dally 3 II Oa. Cans

arrow mlsht be difficult but DOG FOOD . . lie .
a It's considered" l a nm Just the" Mello-Bit l l 13 Oa. Pkg. 41, .0)%, 99cs

1 a m r. In Florida1 wildlife UCCD ('IIEESEk ,'.\\S
mutations' the term "tun" refers
Dally 3 I Lb. Cans
to shoUruns. rifle pistols CAT FOOD . S"
; air suns gas run, blow runs Ann Page !< Os. Box / ftlal! NOM Better .( Any rrwfr! White 11_
j eroaabowt, and boWl and ar. niKJE RROaNIE IT*

rows. For Cooking and : EVAP. MILK
WM ON OIL 34 Os. STeDrl
Tubeless' UrN run cooler Monte 44 Oft. Can

j are leas subject to blowouts rixEArptc met 4k
j are fighter In wvltht and pro Bright 8e.il Oeikm Jue '

ride ....,opportunlty for valve BLEACH . 3eSUverduat 813-'Ixln" $1 00

: -- damage II Os. Box I .

Liquid Drurgent Plot BoC
Registration ... COLD WATER ALL" 4r lave lit A 4 P Paw II Os. Jar
SM M CMtoM rrl lk
Coral' Uqutd 22 Os. Bo.
+My for Ike Mrs Aarri.we INSTANT COFFEE SI.29
..stI. nritBGCNT MeDrtertmt . . .
era ***. The VIVIAN
p. REVELS roRD MOTORAMA WOOBARD WATInUr1 ...... 13 Out Bottle

nUD"Y, OCTOBER L 4M: IIJI: P. M. ...... .f Mew +.eb AWAY Drtertent uqno .Pint. Bottle uUouhl .part*!! Jar Paetrr. Fast C'rtotI I u. ...

'I 1 fAsTDAY, OCTOBER I, UI: .11:" NOON Bty. N. s* reNe eswtaal.n, 4le CHIPS 49
HMee .***-q .<.-., Shim tt POTATO 11 1 1 1
You must >be ercompejital by Drter mt as 8uwavr
; parent or besaw eesl ......... laM !
I legal fuardfrn to rtgUtnrl i>r"tIT. lie
t eertv.4 .. t.. as4 ....
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>1rr *nt 9 Os. Bos CHEDDAR CHEESE 53c
Green Cove Springs Jaycees Mae-w AHMe 'lftJCJlTwr > BISRWA'UhALL' tic t tJ s I I
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