The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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October 15, 1964
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )


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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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As A Matter of Fact"Orphan" LIBRARY FOR


Allen rrye Orange Park

architect, has been rtUlnt-4
U no longer the key word for the educationalprogram ..rrwi
to design a 6-classroom and
administered by the Veterans Administration on
library addition to the William '
deceased .ervtce-con-
behalf, originally, of the children of
E.: Cherry School In Bel-
netted vetersn
Now children of living veterans with permanent andtotal air At s regular meeting of
the School Board this week .
disabilities received either during war-ttme or In the
performance of duty In peacetime may be eligible to attend hope was expressed the add!'.
college or take vocational training leading to gainful em- Uon could b, put Into Ofcu-
panty before Puns.
ployment.The .
recent chance wu written Into the original War

Orphan Educational Assistance Act and applies to childrenof I I 1III11111111H IIIH .., y.a .
War World War I. -
veteran of the Spanish American ,
World War II. the Korean Conflict and peace-time aenrice
Children may be from II to 23 year of age with i age Aa arckllrel's rendrrlni .1 ths view JehnMavllle 0, F. \\aa4eafk, ef .laC""nYlI1.l .Is Ihe srlme. .....'NI.' far
limit exceptions allowed In certain Individual eases Children rw.pwr r Oran Cave Tra..... .. *4s. mannfacUrlng faelllly. the building tehedaled far eem leUaa I. May rail .,*.ra.u. .
may be married or tingle! !However aU of the courae they The hate ,l last ITU feet Wng) will faee ea highway U >.. la al eiaecled Mf.,. Mal fall, hewevrr, slnee addl- I
pursue must be above a high school level Benefit rang and will ssl seer Men than 31 ..,.. ., I.... The plane u.... ........ will he "" ,.1.... U IniUH machinery sad
from $110 a month for full time school enrollment to proportionately r. f sM vy were. drawn by IUrn.ldi, Smith A Illtta' ., l ...",,, ..>anenl.
lower turn for part time study.
For answers to question on Uu\ recent change. It U '
suggested you write to M. T. Dixon at P. O Box 1431, St. ='y., vNl w ,? --
Petenburf.Purchaaee. + / 4 Ground-Breaking Ceremonies

of pulpwood grown In Florida and deliveredto tI
Johns-Manvtlle came to City County this week and
pulp ;ai4.paper mllls doing 1963 totaled 150558000.' was hailed by federal tate and area leaden as one et the
SootherS Wpwood :
according to the : f 1tr httlons gnaw. whoM eeonomle and social Influence will
\ion. I rtlend far beyond U. counljr'a l houmlarliM, ,
List yeart total! for the ltate. represented a gain of I
per cent over the value of I4I.290.000 recorded for 1M2 Robert f Orth J-W senior operating vice president
These figures were baaed on the results of a 12-stat and John McCarty, J>M vice president In charge of Trans
pulpwood production surrey nude by the V 8 Forest Service It. aabMtae pipe manufacturing operations, headed *
Eipertment Buttons In Aahevllle N. C.. and Mew Orleans r group of company effllclals\ who moved Into Oreen Cove

La. In cooperation with SPCA. from their Ntw York genersl offices, from Atlanta, New
Among the 61 counties In Florida where pulpwood 1* Orleans and Drnlaon Tei.
produced, leading are Naaaeu. Taylor and Marion with de.lI"net -
valued at 13 0(2.220, 035,660, and 1232,380. sespectively. In turning the first spadeful of earth for the II8 mUllion "
plant, Orth Mid torallon of the huge facility here was
share tn the production of wood raw materialfor ..I.... MrCsriy J-M vice r W4.nt .la chute el Tram- o symbol of hie eoatpany belief In the future ef Oren
Florida's of another all- .Its ......... a4a. sake. . (eL> chsle wills c..1... ... I). R. Cove and of all north Florida. .. r"
Industry was part .
the pulp and paper Matthews ......, tae riU.. e...,...... r '-
time high for the South. a whole. of Matthews eaOvd 1-M ... af the ..t1..'. ...,to a......' r Alan! participating U tlte jrround.breaking rltee were
The 12-sUte total of 161 was $531120000. a rain great .la He rtvts arlde wherever. It did. haI.l ra*. McCarty, John Preston Hall, president ef the Bank of
four per cent over the previous high of M11T2: ',000 report. Oran Cove flprlrufS and vendor of the properly to Johns

ed for l Iln -- -- .. '" l Msavllle, and Congressmen D. R Matthews. Dr. Russell

pedestrians i--- tUk+rt f, Orth. ,...'. s..Ur aewrsUag .... .r*.i of educating -
"A concentrated children -program to the dangers: of grossing streets' .. \ the gawp whe. atUadrd Ua |re.adfeaaln, seer prselded at the ceremonies.The .
especially wide \. a..M.. .a TeMdsy thai. ,......M.'Ule .... .. .. |**4a ,.. le
from between parked cars is being carried out nation I tonI ", espatUd to employ spprotlmately 100
..ghUr.. vVe ...M.'t he here .If did. ( belie lathe
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by the American Automobile Association. says R. J.l'tnW", persons by this time net! year with' sn annual. payroll In
,.1.,. .. Oreea Cave laetags.1* h. ....
manager of the East Florida dtvUton. t. as long as there '. the range ef IMO.MO.
are parted cars a driver must stay alert possible accidents Tn brief. rvrrmonlse were held In the midst ef Ihe 130-
isI r aces tract where 31,JOO yards ef earth ere now being movs "Every driver Should develop sidewalk vWea that is, I by O r WoMtr..(.k Cv, ef JatkJvnvlIX prime sontractors
getting the big' traffic picture .by being alert to pedestrian for It* structure, to ready the twofwrty for an early construction
movemenU on the sidewalk In expectation of any sudden sUrirtdbwlnff
ii iisal.
entrance of pedestrians into the street This Is particularly She eervmoniee, Orth was KM at a luncheon
importsnt where children are playing at the roadside or for gurste si Its sr.twid>bfeeklnf and area .leaden
on the sidewalk. Accident sUtiattes clearly Indicate that Th J.M soittlftgenl arrived In Jacksonville Monday
moat accidents Involving youngsters occur as the child earu afternoon .U UM. company plan, On Tuesday. morning II
out Into the path of moving vehicle giving the motorist .a* mve4 from Jacke ivUle to the Oren Cove Springs
little opportunity to avoid the 1<
Florida gained s weekly average of 3. new residents ., w r Cone,....* ....tUln.. al trie turwhwn, called Johns
who moved In from othe estates during the year ending Manvtll err ef the nations greatest socporatlons. .......,.
this past July; first the Florida' State Chamber of Commerce |>...... la It.( product rea-reh urn great In IU sense ef
points out In Its latest Weekly Business Review ,I iris duly,
.. .... ..... sad.
se. Charley Ir I Ortb
This we.k11a1a was net of persons who moved out of Acting as tOMlina.Ur .. Ih* htnsh* Florida and sun well above tb MIT weekly gain for the Ike ..... J.M ........... ... .aaa. far he rife. th.l hev ten ".11. Jr chairman./.. e hoard ef Ih* Rank ef Oran
_ld ...1 .la ..... to saaae i-lft nrc. **.
year IK3-63. Calculations are based oa the annual eeUsnele every war a rh l"' .. lie IMt.dw.d Sat the prep flats Itonalor Charley
of the Mate Ma) popuUUea Made by the O. S- Dome af ... ....u.. aarrrWal. sad haate>y. ,p, y Jetme. M>cr..sry ef th* Stole atonal and fermar SunatorMela

the Craws. This figure stood at ..1OI, oo.. July firm this r'f -- _' ., rT-r, Or.*.. Cave City Msnager Sea JUUner sndethrs.

>ear ., .
'f"t': '.
"Oatnt la the seas population are Made wp of three ,'L .. 1"'. J. On Monday evente* .1 (ne River Cluk ttn JsckaenvlU,
nrr reetdenU plus the natural a.a.... thai .H. the eceasef . "R''ot \ (Seth sad. ,... r...... ..... el la* ....*) al fro Kf, chairman ef the board ef the Wooteoctt Cora
births ewer dealt This least figure averaged 1,140 -\ ', "," ..... ,IM, ......IJ daring tea 1M3-64 fJaral jr a/, bared oa reports ef : "--r .wide halUlatf. saaUrUt* ....."' ...... Uke a hand .Jaksnnvtde. tlvW and *us the State Bore. of TIUI BtaUsHca. and was stigbUy aSjovtUieljSM .' ,. al s OsItt... aWtef the e** e .aa... path .." ...* s a brief /.ices el W.|MN.. at Ih* dlnnf Ko er said
'( .. OJ ', + ....... head la .... ,... ... .. ..,t........
eoatparahl. fide far the pmteue yea. ; t::: gt4Ua Ke .*. I!.MMN| la ....... to Ih* Net a ".., oor soeatlon.
Adding gains "rasa snlgrstion and froas aataral mmaa j,. i; ...-.-... ....... hf !... *"hcia-Mitttn. > will' reM enljr heneftl Oran owe, lea

*. nortda-s total weekly gala caaw 1st 3J44 personsdwtnc .IwiNMrt wlfl b* fell. lhr.M.h.... north ftocWa sod It will
the flacal yeas .IM4 coaaparH with 1173 the prrvtCMS 'f # hsitf Jw-"mm. a* .uh a* .M help, Clay Ceunly"Orth. "
yearKate. ,I n .. an e samwhat DghUr vein than M the
the 1HSJ ..... Florida has added TS4JM nrerealdesits I INI gvrad-.....""* .*reai.nla sa4! his company kk* to chalk sag a UJ par cwnt' P.... Ibi fastest. rste SMILE! fwtehswve and tit eseva.s4. bh .... fee the future efIMS
.4 any sure state and far above tba ....... Increas* Ki1 tvsaeany In linen CM*.
per cent.The Who h* vac fSIIItIkm g e late guest walked Into the
tv estjauto ef FtsrUaa pnyaliUm ..,.,... Uasaki Corer: ...tUsd Crth..tokterruvtad .hU. heist Ulk to lay
rank 0 at atath apei cant tie M ...... where H thai Ills .... J*.fe .Nuns whs> has been for all ysartaMna
.... aced DM* I.. ... lost ahead W 3fmeiha ,Hte. and be. John'sManvilleIs .*r el Ih* enmswnys Tranalte ptp n.tasturlngpans :
Sew' New J< al r.faan. T.s wee a fU* ssasapl. ef J-.,', per
sMMwl. sad H* ...... off a IW *< livid dutlsa HUM JIM
The Lazy Bar W ...... af Mxtdhwari. ......:, o4d lice ......f .... Dr. .... ,....", ......... ., 1M (bec. ..... en sins lit e/v4 to Tesaat', ef the aehoal:
rial.rd F.04 R rv Brd ... 1w --1Dt.> sewrdlog ._, Chiailir ee c..arce., ... ...... .. esde ., ...., ....., ef lit* ban hoard chords leader. who with
to a* .-..... a( Uw saiHcai IUaid AMSL. ._..__u__ ed Orth. tlttt the find .s.d.4.1... to.a.. Here! bus ,...., saad ....11 e part *f the ......""*1&,.
.. 3UaM Ctty A envcaJs ew ewer said b? the nark ItTM ..... ......... the le. thai >-fe a... ('.*. ....... 1 Afl ....asTs mMlst, Ih* fuOeH fooprratloH to make
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PAGE TWO (Etay Ofotmtg Crescent THURSDAY OCTOBER is, star

Blag( Bounty( Ercscent( .':)t 1)otlifefeer. Engagement Announced


I was watching the Bell Telephone Hour the other

Believe evening it occurred to me, as it has so many times done r
1 JVhlCb Sage D'Ya with a sure sense of what goes by the name of style. CLEANERS

Old Burl Ives,who has It,stood up there and after singIng -
1 "The Iron curtain which for tome 20 years has to same rather foolish ballads in high style he said something

stringently separated Eastern from Western Europe, II beIng to the effect that It tent what you sing, it's the. way
penetrated from both side, and there are now strong you sing It.
reasons to hope and believe that a movement is under way I have a feeling this U about as' good a definition of
which will lead to the reunification of Europe In the next style 4.1.1 II III i III t It M < HI I II 1 M II 11 11 I I .J'
as anyone could find. I can't define It; X can recognize
10 or 20 yean'and to the Europeanlzatlon of the whole continent it at twenty paces.

., including the Soviet Union
John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Winston Churchill had It.
worked out In the
"American policy toward Europe as
It wasn't what they. said but the way they said It.: HelmFuneral
Marshall Plan, in the organisation of NATO and In liberal 4---t
trading. arrangements, backed up by the American successIn The New York Herald-Trib, Renata Tlbaldl, Sir Thomas
forging ahead in the race of nuclear armaments, has Beecham, Robert Frost . you name them. They have It.

played a decisive part In preventing war and in preparingthe And a* surely a* Winston Churchill had It, Johna-Man- Homey
accomodation which Is under way, ville's got it.:It's not what they do, U'* the way they do it.
"Nobody who knows Europe today can accept the notion J-M does It their. way by pouring millions of dollars every
that the Wester nAlltance has fallen apart and that. the year into research and development so their products ares Ic21 1 CHARLES HELM

European continent Is In disarray. On the contrary, Europeas much superior to those of their competitors there really "
a whole Is more secure than It has been in this century, Isnt atiy'competltlon except when a buyer will take an inferior Funeral Director
ad JU rising prosperity is so Impressive that Marxism, product:"

which reflects the miseries of a hundred years ago, Is with- There Isn't' a man alive in the county today. who doesnt l; { a Phone 284-9C9G
ertng away, withering even In the Communist states them- know In his guts the adv nt' of Johna-Manville to Oreen

selves. (Walter LIppmann, The Jacksonville Journal, Oct. Cove will, In the years ahead, change the face of the entire GREW COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA
8), community.In HWT. 16 EAST P. O. BOX 41':
Ooldwater back today. to the state' -
"Sen. Barry came Tuesday's ceremonies we put. our ,beat foot forward.
(Calif.) where he nailed down the Republican nominationto But it was only I the first tp In our long, hard road toward
accuse President Johnson of playing 'dangerous game'of economic and political and social progress

coexistence with Russia Individuals the world over are rather mesmerized with Cotney Tire'..Service
". . He lashed out at. the Democratic President a* a
the way they do things. They are Inclined to think. their Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Scabs announce the engagement -
man who was afraid to take the risk of standing up to the
way I II the only way and to resist the blandishments of newcomers and coming marriage of their daughter Gloria Jean
CommunlsU. From the Associated Press account of BarryOoldwater' Cor. Park ft King Jacksonville
outlanders or non-member of th club. lands U John Thomas DeBrale, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Us Angeles speech in The Jacksonville\ Journal,
Oct. t-) I have hear New England Yankee talk forever about Levy Flanagan of Ilobgood' N. C. 'Phooet'-Vf-SOiT er': EV I.UU'TIRE

their homeland as the cradle and the seat of American culture Miss Janda as graduated from Miss Watklns Behol In
and learning and in the very next breath denounce July Mr. DeBrale Is presently stationed at Jacksonville
any other way than. the way their mothers taught them. Naval Alf Station.

And In a sense we are all like that The wedding Is planned for November 19.LiitYovr RECAPPING
Integrity Courage X would assume that within the next year there will be
perhaps two dozen Johns-Manvllle families moving into the RETREADING

1 Green Cove area. They will be the top echelon of commandin -
Make Great REPAIRINGFrom
Newspapers the Oreen Cove plant.

If one. of them walks Into a local shop and the proprietor Clay County PropertyWith the smallest U the LARGEST!
Certainly a newspaper, If It is to serve the community, in attempting to justify shabby merchandise, is rude I
must meet. that community's needs first. Thus every don't think these people will say, "Oh, well he's a charac- Distributer Miller Tires Autolite Batteries

paper must. be judged in the context of Its own environment .- ter. Ill try again next time. Maybe he won't be so gauche.

U one of them asks for advice or help, I don't think* he Frank W BrownAnd
A great newspaper-onee again, largo or small-must will appreciate being told that the only one who might andlDORANGE

be a welcome visitor In each home, Again, a generalisation. provide that.advice or help is a lowdown heel, not to be Associate PARK
Out. I am thinking In terms of good taste, of high .trusted.
ethics, of common decency.But I don't believe any of them will find much fascination In Registered Real Mate Broker Sinclair Station Road Service
to be s welcome visitor and to be popular-two the dally activities, whether they are well-meaning or mischievous lut UA Highway 17 Orange Park
different thins, In fact I don't believe that It is possible of his neighbors. Phone tll-tSM 195 u. S. Highway 17 Phone tC4-6iJl
for a treat newspaper to be a thoroughly populor newsp- Let' be honest with ourselves a* we enter Into this new
per It U ridiculous to think that this. buMnness Is one big era. Until Burlington cam in, the Count)"'* principal product -
popularity contest Any newspaper worth Its Ink has to was enonallOllllp. -

land for something, at. home In the nation In the world.In Incidents such a* occurred at a recent oon-meeUng of
so doing, It will make some people unhappy Bo inany the. school board cannot go on because outlanders, newcomers
evaluation of greatness, let's rule out popularity; non-members won't understand It and will only be NOW : $5 a week puts it in your home !
disgusted and wonder why they didn't go to another com-
If a paper can't always expect to be loved. It. has aright
to seek the respect: of the community and Its musty,
leader*-if it ls doing IU Job. Nothing more. The Board of County Commmlaaloners, who, I am told
U roughly the equal of around these Is tar too
any parts,
A newspaper must be devoted to IU purpose, and that
preoccupied with road closings and too !little Intent upon
courage, responsibility and-not the .
leaat-aompauion. the development of something worth driving to. Our Democratic
There ls no real greatness In ruthless
candidate for the State legislature is strangely silent\
or brutal journalism\ of In selfeiploltatlon.By .
on the issues that confront the County . ,and none U so
and large the papers of today are much better than great a* the Issue of moving into this exciting era of great PHILCO
were their predecessors of a generation ago. Yet they challenges and opportunities.

also are more conventionally more ltandardl .d. They The British Empire became the greatest. power in thehistory

tend more and snort to conform. But then. this could be of the world. hundred year ago . with no other
said of the nation as a whole. With mass media, mass nation to challenge dominion .
IU by holding to the dictum -
seising and what have you states and regions haveseamed ,that anyone who did business with them did It their
to lose Individuality Too many of us dress

alike, eat alike, think alike. way.JohnsManrille; . and Burlington and Climate Conditioning COLOR TV

And that tendency toward conformity IU journalistic . are very much today In the position of the
version, U not exactly consistent with a quality that I British Empire. They all put moey Into the local economy
know Is essential to great newspaper! The quality of
and ask
nothing In return save our friendly cooperation
creativity If we choose not to do It their way they can I believe, justifiably with 2O/2O/ CtJLOR VISION
I do not. mean that In iU Individuality!\ a paper must. close up shop or, more subtly enlarge their plantain
be an oddball or a commond scold. Indeed, the job other communities at the expense of their plants here.

isnt eaaenUaally to tell the people what to do but to Let us be fervidly Interested In what Johns-Manville) . .
give them the farU and some sound Interpellation so and Burlington and Climate are doing and how they S
that they can decide for themselves. Hen, I'm getting are doing It, and how we can help them to do it better and
into another cliche of the profession. : The news columns more profitably; And far Interested in what Tom. Dick
belong to theraader. the editorial page to the paper. or Harry cold "

But have something worthwhile to say and don't be There little attitudes, the temper" and climate of our Philco

afraid to say It. OH, how welcome something different community, are the first step toward solid growth. In eighteen DOUBLES THE
not. the expected Sheer buncombe, the hoary conceptionof months we have made great beginnings They are only
newspapers responding to box office pressure Conformity beginningsJohn's. PICTURE-PULLING
following a set pattern la the 'most deadly ,
Influence of today's newapape making.A 0t"
final thought! A newspaper Isnt run for the box-
office, to be sure, u an overshadowing motivation. If Radio & TV e of Its Color TV! ;:-'
it k It will eventually be a newspaper running down PHILCO
hill. But so few In the business are willing to. face COLOR TV New Philco Color Clear Tuner and Powers
up to the converse. : A great newspaper must have a RCA MOTOROLA ZKNITII: Plug chassis double the picture-pulling

sound economic' foundation. A good balance sheet la AMANA NOROK: A1TLIANCK8 power of Philco: Color TV.You enjoy bright
nothing to be ashamed of. I do not think any publisher natural color even In fringe areas.
o -
llaher should blush when his paper reports a reasonableprofit
It I.rpninttd llrt'kt t On Ml Main It doeant something la wrong. Our jour
nalliUe graveyards are full of subsidised newspaper - -
And there ls no resurrection day for them. Gabriel I
24 Wwt Walnut Street Green Core Spring
wasn'I. editor rCerwipe
an or a general manager
rhone 24-3122
r. Cftttry VtnetrsPNILCO

County Sales uplItopt.tmm ncJal< styling M14CM.In a cabinet Clecant of French fine cherry,Pro /f ,
wood veneer Ala Channel VHF-YNF"r

sales Ui eollecUona In the County were up :::I; reception. 24.000 volts, of ckturepower. alt. .
SEE YOU ATEchie's d'r AdhMtabke ton control. INumi.nsted .
Sharply from the fear earlier period according to J. K4Btraughn. ,;,;
director the norida Revenue Onmmtsekm. I ,- j, channel,,Indicator." Pr.Mt fin*

Total sales liars collected hat month reflect aatae I.f lathe r. tuning PHIL '

neighborhood ef ITM. OO. up approaimalely 10 per ", /. ee..1R{ t.,1 Cd tilt ? COL-Ol R TV _.
Bent from the .
a IN figure. TM autewtd average rise .- x 100 ..
Was 11 per cent. BUauihn ..... frI detegs ea ow 11 ley ,,, -

At U same time, Straughn said, gasoline tax eolke* Fret H... Trial! "atMee
lions toss from the IMJ month approximately\ 10 per cent ) y eNles,
Tunes were collected last month on more than 10.000 eq

gallons up rom 4I.MO 14 Sept INI. INORANGEDAIE.

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I Green Cove Socials I- Newsman Returns To GCS MRS.Service ELIZABETH for Mr, *. CLARK Elizabeth J Joins J. P, Revels I COUNT TW OST. I

old, will
Lanler Clark yean Dr L. Bresla : .
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James Scott Haugtr was on be ... n.; '\"'" .
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roll for the summer tuuion. Church. the cost 01.1 ; :
family have '
Members of the them was t\u(

Dorothy Ann Blackmon and' requested that flower be omitted total liquor t e\ ,. ,
and anyone wishing to do Massachusett, ".
Martha Ann Ethndge are '. "'
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so may estimate that ,
students at Tift College, For J' (f,
f Clay Memorial Hospital where cost that stnt, .
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Well hu T Mr Clark died Monday C the Income : 'n
Mrs. T. J. returned *
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from Lake Placid Fla, She was the JIII'f' drink revenue
I where the has been the guest ton Clark of Mlddleburg New YorK ( Ht

of her sister and brother-in- w In addition to Carlton. ahe L. McCarthy, 01 I'' Ikpan."Y
and Carl NichoU. leaves four other sons, Preston P ..J ment of Welts ,
law, Mr. Mrs. : a' d
Paul, Leonard and Horace New York in
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all of Philadelphia; a
Clark million
Miss Sandra Stump, a student ;
Mabel Clark, also of n
daughter .
Federal and
at the Piedmont Schoolof CM :
Nursing, spent last week /j Philadelphia; nine grandchildren to take care of 'holic

with her parents, Mr and Mrs. 4 \ dren.Pell and IS great. grandchil This space contributed b;

W Burch,Stump. bearers will DeweyHutchins Wil- Green The Cove Cretwn Spr 'let to Wen the

Mr and Mrs. Dan Shaw I
Judd Beckwith.
lard Ihlefeld
have u their guests Mr.Shaw'lplrentl.
Mr and Mra Oraydon AT, LaGRANGE Leo Psulk and Robert Canon. -

Shaw of Ware Sholes, S.C. The Rev. Prank Edward will
Thomas Luke Glennan, Jr. followIng
officiate at the services -
Mra. Bothwell Eddy, her IOn '
son of Dr. and Mra. T. Luke will be
which the body cre
Jerry Mrs. Bill Chapman, and
Olennan of Green Cove, hit f'f mated.
her six children Mr and Mra r
been named aaalitant professor
Ralph MUberger! and family, "
and Miss Irene Thlbault, wentto of French at LaGrange. Maurice Pride who was born In Green Cove 10 yean SCOUTS TO Charles Dean Waters known to his frlenb a* Charlie

the Pacesetter'Open House ; College according to sntnnouncemtnt age when his father, the late M. If. Pride was editor and SILVER SPRINGS has recently been named assistant to'.J.. P. Bevel

at Fort Gordon, Oa, on Sat this week by C publisher of the old Clay County Time, visited Green Cove Approximately 1} Green Cove of the J. P. Revels Ford Company Actually, be I 11 "return-

urcSa,. _. L. Harwell. A native ef this week for the first time tine he was a child With hit Boy Scouts will attend the leg to his tint love" as be grew up In Atlanta where his IINI I.IIIN
BranchvlUe S. C.. Olennan
wife he viilted the 11111 Top section ef Green Cove where
Fred T. Bridges wat honoredat eighth annual Ross Allen and uncle were both In the automobile butlneaa. For
earned a biehelor's degree In he wa born and went ever tM Jobns-Manvlll plant site.
a surprise birthday party Silver Spring encampmentfrom three he hat been with Associate Discount
Psychology and a matter's In After the mill, the put yean
teeing Burlington he
city-owned bateand
last Sunday. Out of town navy October 23 to 23. Corporation In Jacksonville He I II married and has three
French at the University ef the Climate Conditioning plant, he opined he would
guests were! Mr and Mrs. Jim Exhibitions and competitionsat children Deborah, t, Chuck. 7, and Usa I,
Alabama He la now working rather like to retire to Green Cove In
the next few years
Anderson, of Stockton, Oa.; the encampment, expectedto '
on hit doctorate Daring the Both he and hit ton are with the Denver Pest now The --
Mr and Mra. W J. Bridges, draw 4,000 Scouts from this
Mary Louise Bridges Irmalea past year he hat been a former has been with the Poet for M yean, the latter only area, will be based on the NOW'S THE TIMECHECK A storm Isn'tparticular
member of the faeulty efMlMlitlppI for two yean tine getting his maaUr't degree at the Journallam rall -
Bridges and Bill Bridget of theme "Find Adventure, Join
I Lakeland Oa.; Mrt. Raymond State University School of Northwestern University The only local the Scout," All units wU: par
name that he could recall from hit childhood was Geiger RALPH MILBERGER Thar why it makes manna" to
Mattox. Mark Mattox, of Burlington ticipate and first and secoond
though he admitted It bad been time protect your house under The
a long and hoped
I Ky.; Mr and MraTommy place ribbon will be awarded
CARD OF THANKS there were tUU other* who might recall his family REPAIRHEATING I Travelers Umbrella of Instance.
Radloff, Tommy Had- According to ROM Allen, the P'orIa'FICIg1T.XPEHT .
'-- Ask about our Mod mHomoowntr'i
loft of Orlando ?'la.. and Miss first patrol will begin arriving
Our recent tad Iou leave us
COUNTY HOMEMAKERS Lesley, Mrs Maxine Dee., Mn Policy) and let ui
Sara Maddox of Jacksonville with grateful heart towards at the camp ground on Oct t ;
VISIT SHANGRI Lee Roy Richardson, and Mn, worry about Uniterm.
neighbor and friend Their Approximately 35 county Leola Bauldree all of Middle. 23. SERVICE;
JO ANN CU8HMAN Participating Scouts will I
comforting expression of sympathy homemakers had a guided tour burg; Mn. M. R. Von Oundy,
TO WEDMr and thoughtfulness will of the Aircraft Carrier Shangrl Jr., Mr. U M. Oil! of Orange spend Saturday with their own SYSTEMS on all makes of

and Mrs Joseph H. always be remembered. I La on Oct. 7. Park; Mra. Hlldlng M. Peter. unit The encampment will 1 Heaters J J. .SLATER SMITH
Cushman I feature such tct'vttlei! as survival
Pearl and
announce the Andy Howerln
engagement Following the tour the group IOn Mn. Pat Neeld Mn. Jessie -
and coming marriage . and the other brothers and 'I' enjoyed a smorgasbord lunch Christmas, Mr*. Belle Add-! Instructions, dltejnt arrowhead INS. AGENCY

of their daughter Jo Ann, listen of Beulah McLtndon eon at Atlantic Beach. ton, M.... L. M. Addison, Mri and tourtnt the 8 I S. Palmetto Street

to Mr. David Frederick Lee, 1 Homemakers on the tour Ethel Hitler Mn. C. M. Lowe Spring The climax will be a Green Cove Spring tl North Orange

ton of' Mr and Mra. David I. were: Mr*. Wellan Short Mn. Mrs. W. C. Holllnctworth all Saturday night 'ampftre } Green Cove Springs!
Lee. A field Mill will be held 'or Home Phone 18I-97M
f Raymond Brummltt. Mra. Robert of Doctor Inlet; Mn. Thelma t i'.
The CLASSIFIED ADS Catholic Scout Sunday "nornIng. \ Phone 284.3601agl.a.ey
wedding will take place Hogarth of Penny Farm; Spender, Mra Dorothy West, Basinet Phone 2II-95II
For member of other denomination
this Sunday, October II, In the HOUSE TRAILER OWNlaSwantH Mn Hal Adam, Mn. Robert Mra Linda Spencer, Mra How.
an Interdenominational -
Community Church, In Kings Mlihler Mrs H. C. Cooper, Jr. and Smith and Becky, loin: !
land, Oa. act a* caretaker en I service will be held. J TNg TRJtvnilftMavaanc
Mrs Wlllil J. Frank Harrington of Meadow-
Mitten Mn
MlddUburg private property) After this the Scout will break COMFANW
of Miss Clay Cuthman la a graduate. Land rent anal MtlUUlea free Ueouple Agnes Alven Mrs. Mary Power brook; and Mra LeRoy Wilson camp and return to their I LITHE ADS BRING DIG RESULTS n.M.dC..d .r
High School and
Mr. who will take ear. Call *. Mn. Joseph B. Huntley.Mn. Mrs Luther Wilson and Mrs. home. '
Lee was graduated from school ., ,
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Rams In motor fueU-Cfctron fuolinet. Choose

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The hunter who abides by these Ten Commandment .... .
of Hunting should experlnce a safe and successful season !
': ally an Instrument of death More people are accidentally

,'.0 Hunters should remember that a rifle or shotgun Is ewntl-- L11 C J
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1'es 1. Treat Rules every for hunters gun as: though It were loaded Out In the Devils Lose 20-12- JOHN GRONER ---

Y 1 field, satisfy yourself that It 1s not. M, I O'T{:: I
2 Unload your gun when you leave It unattended, or before w Landon 6.0

!n you put It away. rtY LOONEY S! ('OKI:SCLAVSFIRST second touchdown Both extra
3. Store your gun under lock and key TomilHWN point trys were no good

t.In 4. Unload aU guns before getting Into a car or coming The Clay High Blue Devils, The Wildcat scored In the Coach Larry Wesley's Raid. yards In the aIr while Landon
Into your home camp. tr lost last Friday night to .
Ir! first quarter mhUh was set up gained yard
who played host to the Wild.
.n 5. Carry the gun In such away that you can control the the Lions of Landon by a score
rma&le at all times. cat Of Marclcnny. lout last by a pass Interception. Late in ot /-0. The winning touchdown came

x 6. Check your gun to see that the barrel Is clear and Friday night by a score of JO- the second quarter Marclenny In the 4th quaarter when Landan -
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drive and
, check the ammunition to see that It Is the correct size 12. scored and again In the third started a long
close one from beginning to six
from the yard the
7 Unload your gun befoore crossing a stream or a fence, The Drill In the third and quarter The Wildcats who ran end Orange Park had a 76
.r quarter back scored The extra
whencllmblng into a hunting stand or blind fourth quarter were sparked by
scored two of the called back
extra point yard T. D. run bya missed which
8. Be sure of your target before shooting Don't point Quarterback Jiy OooUby\ on a had point was gave
three times on point after penalty. Landon also a 6-0
Lions of
the Landon
your gun at anything you wouldn't Intend to kill play to the nuUlde, Gary Loo- called back a
9. Dont shoot at flat hard surfaces because the bullet nay, halfback for the Devil, touchdown which! made the final touchdown*past. victory over the Orange Park
rI will ricochet broke loose on a 70-yard touchdown score 20.12 In favor of the bra penalty Raider.

10 Wear clothing that makes you easily seen by other run This was the first visiting teamOutstanding. The Raiders gained 120 Standouts for Orange Park

I hunters Red caps and bright hunting jacket may touchdown made by the Blue players for Clay yards rushing while the Lions in this game were A11t

help save your life. Devils this I"uon. Late In the High were Coy Kennedy, Tim gained only 28. kins, tackle; Ronald! arming.

Us your head and maake hunting a safe sport} fourth quarter with only seconds << Oelsrer, Doug Jones, Terry Car Orange Park, a ball club that guard and Jonnny Oaks
to KO Onolnby on a broken lisle Oary Loonry and Jay stays on the ground and does.

I play ran 93 yards for the Ooolaby, n', Pass too much, gained 11 halfback
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Inky plant everseer
aU ,l fi V hour before serving It, remove a quart ot boiling water Add
Tarn Caw sine* last January, baa been ....... superintendent AfieldII
Sports the paste, throw a handful of I head of celery rut small and
If the Mlllpan," Illlkrat plant at II If ft Paint N. C.
salt on It. dredge It with flour three blades ot mace Boll It
I < Dan Shaw, superintendent .f the Green Cev plant, said B
nu: KtlTlSO: and baste with a little fresh gently for 1H hours, then put ) lJt
: lUey's pMlUen world net be filled ......1a 11, laky, whe butter. In4 pound of butter, cut
has been with Barllnften far tl years, experts U\ leave
r j The should be made ss only as much water as will
Ceve with his family abut lb..f tint .f Nevesabrr Uasaame The deer season Is upon us, 1 ,
. follows: Cut two or three cover It, and stew gently for an
and with It the prospect of
,, his new aatlra. Th IllUrrett plant .mI ,* apprednaUly -
D persons tn.r* than are empleyed at Green c.... some mighty fine venison pounds of the scrag the nape hour keeping the pot closely GREEN COVE SPRINGS
meals Now ls a good time, of the neck or any lean meat covered Skim It well and pour I
!O therefore. to think about preparing remnants), or the ban of a lion small and rolled In flour and Wen ....t
s , RAMBLER SALES IT MIDDLEB1. TO GET I that dm for the table of old mutton, brown It on a I* pint of Port or Madeira. Let I

,n kg '( Retail sales of 1B8S RamblersIn NEW POST rrlCEConrreeam.n Here are I4'vtrall00''Iar.old gridiron and put It Into a U boll <4 of an hour longer and I Kingfisher . 14 2

'"n I'L I American Motors' Jacksonville Matthews advises D that R.the Billy Post recipes that w.re11I'4 back saucepan with a quart of water send It to the table with the i I Untouchable " 11'' A
'e I It closely, and aim meat In It 10'
\ Zone during the final 10 Office Department will adver- when mrn were men and the : cover Jokers
J days of September when the for bids electric range a far-dUUnt mer It for an hour Th.nIn. Drivers 10'
use on a new post
new models were Introduced office building In Mlddleburg, contraption They are compiled :@ exceeded the same period ayear October and updated where necessary) a pint Season only with salt,
beggtnnlng on 23 and Balls . . I tl
ago by 81.5 per cent, ..- ending November 23rd b y Pete Byrnes In the October and strain
cording to Zone Manager J. E Interested bidders I should issue of Nprla A"fir.Id. Another gravy I Ia mad with Professors 4 12

Wooaley. contact J. W, Pope TH, Room To road a haunch of venison: a pint of Port win, I pint of Champions . 4 11
: : "- "k t1Qm&11thRAcs.S Retail Rambler sales In the 211 Federal Building Jacksonville Cut off the knuckle, trim the strong mutton gravy, as above,
fourth week of bowl
On our
> totoaled 631 and a tablespoon of currantJelly
lOne the
dueling Florida, for further In. flap remove the thick skin on
September 21.30 period, compared formation and specificationsThe the flank and nick the joint at Let the.. merely boll up. Ing thl season: the men' high

I'r .. ., with 395 tin the correspondllng the cramp-bone iknee Spit It, Or much leas wine and moreJelly slntle was Sandy Spearman'

period last year parking brake and rub It over with butter, sprin may be uaed Seasoned 246.; Dewey Turner' 22S; DUI

'\ This is clear IndicaUlon of tr.ntamtulonlarklnr mechanism kle well with salt, cover It with beef gravy la sometime preferred Dunnavant Ill, and AI h.,',

enthiulatrtlc publlle response In the I96S Dodge Coronet a sheet of flour and water, and to mutton gravy. 209
to out much broader range of again with paper, then with a Venison soup: Take four
Independent thus
are ore-
choice, with three dlUUtnct riding maximum safety when paste! of flour and .water and pounds of freshly killed\ ...nlIOn The .women* blah triple,

limes of 19(5 Rmblt'nIIld the ear U unattended again with paper: tie It up well and cut oft from the bons was hit by B tty Brown's 431,
Wooslry. "Our dealers laud and one pound of ham In
... report with a stout string aeroaiIt '
. sates*n brllsk throughout the response Uthe lop-ef-f.ll : bast* It all the time It .h I email siloes. PUea\ en pot. add Mary I"" 433 and Mary

i 'clock On I US Amerilcan, Clasaile and Ambu. . larger and more luxurious roasting Let It eook tour ear an onion mined, and Mark Everett1 404
1 .1 I sador, line with ouUUndllng Ambassadors.* five hours A quarter of an I pepper to your UaU NIn
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1 Green Cove SocialsJames I- Newsman Returns To GCS MRS.Services ELIZABETH for Mn. CLARK Elizabeth Joins J. P, RevelsII' I COUNT THE COST'

Lanier Clark, 17 yean old. will Dr L. Breslaw of thIfornla .:.
Scott Hauger wu on .. '. be held at 10 o'clock Saturday "'- .m.1WIJ:. .';;Jt1', State Depart

the Stetson Unlversltty: honor ;;. '" . '''" , In the Mlddleburg Methodist : Ji':: Public Health, report

roll for the summer teuton ,. .lj Church. T the cost of alcohol'
.. Members of the family: have 1' them was twelve tin-'

Dorothy Ann Blackmon and r p, w. requested that flowers be omit \ total liquor tax rcven,'

Martha Ann Ethridge are .i I ted and anyone wishing to do to Massachusetts auth,

students at Tift College, For so may make contribution I estimate that the di "
syth, OaMM n Clay Memorial Hospital where ,JY cost that state eight ;

T. J. Wells, has re- Mrs Clark died Monday: r .. the Income from "
turned from Lake Placid, Fla., C. She was the mother of Carl- ".,.". .. drink revenue
II Mlddleburg f' .
where the hat been the guest ton Clark of In New York City, H ,
of her sister and brother-in- In addition to Carlton she L. McCarthy: of the Dep ",
law, Mr. and Mrs Carl Nichols r leaves four other sons, Preston, ment of Welfare, said i:
I I"f Leonard and Horace
rl. New York City at feast : '\'
Clark, all of Philadelphia; a .
Miss Sandra Stump, a student million dollan a yea
at the Piedmont School t to daughter, Mabel Clark, also of Federal and city money (..,

of Nursing, spent last week Philadelphia, nine grandchll to take care of alcohol i, .

with her parents, Mr and Mrs a : I dren and II great- grandchil This space contributed bv
W BurchStump. The Cresccn to the
Pall bearers will be: Dewey
Green Cove Springs \\i
Mr and Mrs. Dan Shaw : Hutchlns: Drayton: Robb, WU-

have.. their guests Mr.Shaw. lard Ihlefeld. Judd Beckwith,
parents, Mr. and Mrs Oraydon LaGRANGE. Leo Psulk and Robert Carson
Shaw of Ware Sholes, 8 C. t The Rev Frank Edwards will
Thomas Luke Glennan, Jr.,
officiate at the services, following -
!Mrs Bothwell Eddy, her son
son of Dr. and Mr*. T Luke f'
Jerry, Mrs Bill Chapman, and which the body: will be cremated
Glennan of Green Cove, has f'j
her six children Mr and Mrs
been named aaalstant professor j .. .., ,
Ralph Mllberger and family,
of French at LaGrange Maurice Pride, who was born In Greta Cove 10 ,
and Miss Irene Thibault, wentto years SCOUTS TOSILVER '
Waters, known to his friends as Charlie
College, according to anan- Charles Dean
the Paceaettere'Open House ago when his father, the late M. II. Pride, was editor and SPRINGS'Approxlmatel '
named assistant to president J. P. Revels
noanrement this week by C. has recently been
publisher of the old Clay County Time, visited Green Cove .
at Fort Gordon, Oa, on Sat- IS Oreen Cove
Actually, he Is "return-
... Harwell. A native of this of the i T. Revels Company.
week for the first time since he child With hiswife
urday. was a Scouts will attend the IIM I/Y 1111
Brancbvllle, 8.! C Glennan he visited Ing to his first love" ss he grew ep In Atlanta where his
the Hill Top section of Green Cove where
Fred T. Bridges was honoredat eighth annual Ross Allen
the automobile business. For
earned a bachelor's degree In he was born and went over the Jebns-Manvllle plant site. I father and uncle were both In
a surprise birthday party Silver Springs encampmentfrom
and the three he has been with Associates Discount
Psychology a master's In After past yean
seeing the
Burlington mill tho city-owned base
last Sunday, Out of town navy October 23 to 25.
Jacksonville He l. married and baa three
French at the University of and the Corporation
Climate :
Conditioning plant, he opined he would
guests were! Mr, and Mrs Jim Exhibitions and competitionsat
children. Deborah, .. Chuck, 7, and LUa. t.
Alabama. He la now workingon rather like to retire to Green Cove In
the next few i
Anderson of Stockton, Oa; the encampment, expected -
his cleeton&e. During the Both he and his with -u
IOn are the Denver Post The
Mr and Mrs. W J. Bridges, 10" to draw 4,000 Scouts from this
Mary Louise Bridges, Irmalea past year ho has been a former has been with the Post for II years, the latter only area, will be based on the HOW'S THE TIMECHECK A. storm isn'tparticular
member. ef the faculty of for two since his master' can-
yean getting
degree at the Journalism
Bridges and Bill Bridges, of theme "Find Adventure, Join
Mississippi SUto University. School! ef Northwestern
Lakeland, Oa.; Mrs Raymond University The only local the Scouts." All units w!11 par-
name that be could recall from his childhood That's why It makes sent to
Mattox Mark Mattox, of Bur ticipate and first and secoond
though he admitted It had protect house under The
time your
a long and hoped
llngton, K,.: Mr and Mrs, places ribbons will be awarded.
CARD OF THANKS there were ,UU others who might recall his family. REPAIRHEATING I Travelers Umbrella of Iniur
Tommy Radloff, Tommy Had- According to Ross AUen, the
Ask about
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loft, of Orlando, Fla., and Miss Our recent sad loss leaves us COUNTY HOMEMAKERS Lesley Mn Maxine Dees, Mn first patrols will begin arriving Policy and let us
Sara Maddox, of Jacksonville st the camp ground on Oct KFFICIK: l: T.EXPEUT:
with grateful hfearta towards VISIT SIIANGRI! LA Lee Roy Richardson, and Mn, worry about the storm

neighbors and friends Their Approximately 35 county Leola Bauldree, all of Middle. 23. SKHVICK<; <:
Scouts will
JO ANN Participating
comforting expression of sympathy homemakers had a guided tour burg, Mrs M, R Von Oundy,
TO WED and thoughtfulness will of the Aircraft Carrier Shangrl Jr., Mrs. L. M. Olll of Orange spend Saturday with their own SYSTEMS on all makes of
Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. always be remembered. La on Oct. 7. Park, Mn Hlldlng M. Peterson units The encampment will\ Heaters J J. .SLATER SMITH
feature such act'vltles! as survival
Cushman announce the engagement Pearl and Andy Howerln Following the tour the group Mn Pat Neeld Mn. Jessie
and coming mar and the other brothers and enjoyed a smorgasbord lunch- Christmas. Mn Belle Addison !- Instructions dlftjnt arrowheads INS. AGENCY
rage of their daughter, Jo Ann, sisters of Beulah McLendonCl'&SIFIED eon at Atlantic Beach Mn. L. M. Addison Mn. and tourlnt the I S. Palmetto Street
to Mr, David Frederick Lee. Homemakers on the tour Ethel Ulster, Mn C. M Lowe Sprlnr The climax will\ be a Green Cove Springs\ tl North GrangeGreen

son of Mr, and Mrs David E. were: Mrs WelUn Short, Mrs Mn W C. Holllnisworth, all Saturday night I'lmpflre. Cove Springs
A field Mass will be held 'or Home Phone tll7Se
LeeThe Raymond Brummitt, Mrs Robert of Doctor's Inlet: Mrs Thelma
Phone 214.31e.M.
ADS Catholic Scouts Sunday mornIng -
wedding will take place Hogarth of Penny Farms, Spender, Mn Dorothy West, Easiness Phone 214-1111
this Sunday, October II, In the IIOUS E TRAILER OWNERS Mrs Hal Adams, Mrs Robert Mn Linda Spencer, Mn. Howard For members. an Interdenominational of other denominations

land Community Church In Kings I wanted ti act aa caretakers on Mlshler, Mn. II C Cooper, Jr. Smith and Becky, Mn service will be held. ....Mq J nwnuvtuMSTANDAR
Oa Mrs. Wllllle J. Maters Mn Frank Harrington, of Meadow- .
MUdUbvrg. private ,re"ertyt After this the Scouts! will\ break melmeaos ceareaas
of Miss Cushman Is a graduate Land rent and vtlUUIfe free U Agnes Alven, Mrs Mary: Pow brook: and Mn LeRoy Wilton, camp and return to their I LImE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS a'o..r.Yt.
Clay High School and Mr te who will take Call era. Mn Joseph B Huntley, Mn Luther Wilson and Mn "
coup care. homes
Lee! wu graduated from school .. ,. ., .
Jai 111-1114. Mn, Moybello Manning, MnMsnsret Mildred MacMillan, of. 'Oreen >>---- _
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lOCommandments: To High Point


The hunter who abides by these Ten Commandment rE '1" L.
should experlnce a safe and successful .
of Hunting season ____ : Mi
all)' an Instrument of death More people are accidentally\ :
Hunters should remember that a rifle or shotgun is essentl- in

I killed by firearms In and around the home than on hunt- ... ... i :
ting trips a'

1. :Treat Rules every for banters gun as) though It were loaded. Out In the r'' '"' w, I Devils Lose 20 12- JOHN GRONER --
field, safisfy yourself that it Is not. I o.P.-C"T:;: I ICoach

2. Unload your gun when you leave it unattended or be- p' Landon 6.0
fore you put it away LOON El SCORES: CLAVS11RST second touchdown. Both extra

3. Store your gun under lock and key. .. TOUIIIHWN point trys were no good

4. Unload all guns before getting into a car or coming The Clay High flue Devils\ ,, The Wildcats scored in the Larry Wesley's Raid- yards In the air while Landon
home camp. ers lost last Friday night to gained ftt yards
into which set
3 who played host to the Wildcats first quarter warn up
5. Carry the gun in such away that you can control themu.le interception Late In the Lions of Landon, n score The winning touchdown Came
of Macrlenny lost last by a pass of e-0,
at all times. In the 4th quaarter when Lan-
night of SOIS second quarter Macclenny
6. Check your gun to see that the barrel is clear and Friday by a score the The game was said to be a dan started a long drive and
check the ammunition to aee that It is the correct size, scored and again in the, third close one from beginning to from the six yard Una the

i 7. Unload your gun befoore crossing a stream or a fence, The Dc\ll In the third and quarter The Wildcats\ who ran end. Orange Park had a 71 'quarter back scored. The extra
whencllmblng into a hunting stand or blind. fourth quartet were,, sparked by extra point scored two of thethree yard T. D. run called back bya point was missed which gave

8. Be sure of your target before shooting Don't point Quarterback JAY Ooolsby on a times on point alter penalty. Landon also had a the Dons of Landon a 6-0

- your gun at anything you wouldn't Intend to kill : play to the InlAid. Oary Loo- touchdown which made the final . touchdown*pass called back victory over the Orange Park
9. Don't shoot at flat hard surfaces because the bullet fey, halfback for the Devils. score 30-IS In favor of the bra penalty Raiders
loose 10. touchdown
will ricochet. on a yard
The Raiders gained 120 for Orange Park
visiting teem.Outstanding Standouts
10. Wear clothing that makes you easily seen by other run This was the firsttouchdown yards rushing while the Lions
made by the Blue players for Clay In this game wen Allen Fol-
I hunters. Red caps and bright hunting jackets may pined only 38.
help save your l life. Devils this waon Late In the High were Coy Kennedy, TimGeiger kina, tackle; Ronald Manning
head and make hunting safe sport r4 fourth quarter with only seconds Pout: Jones Terry Car. Orange Park, a ball stub that guard; and Johnny Gales
Use your the ground and does-
II to go Ooolfiby. on a broken lisle Oary Looney and Jay stays on
play ran (S yards for the Ooolsby n', pass too much gained U halfback.

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i Junes hey plant renter at tk* Green Cev Springs hour before serving It, remove a quart of boiling water. Adda
Tarn c... sine last Jansary, has been named aap Sports AfieldBy the paste, throw a handful of head of celery cut small and
t 1 ant II the company's RlUcmt plait at Hlgk Paint, N. C. salt on It, dredge It with flour three blades of mace. Doll It
I Dan Shaw superintendent ef the Green' Cn pUat, all.I.laIfo'l Tin RESTINGThe and baste with a little fresh gently for IH hours; then put BDWiiw}
if } pMlUen w..M mat be filled Immediately later, wbe butter. In4 pound of butter cut
has a.nth Barllngten far II expects U, "leave
years much water aa will
1.',1\ Is The gravy should be made at only a* ,
with hia Uw .f first at Nevcmber W deer season upon us
Cve abeat
three cover It. and stew gently for an
/ ( of follows: Cut two or
and with It the prospect
his duUee, IllUfrest emptoys appr.xl UmaUly
,;\ "" assvme new Th plant the hour keepingthe pot closely
fine venison pounds of the scrag nape GREEN COVE
... some
"N '\ S* mar than (re empbye4 at Grei
pmana and
" meals Now II a good time, of the neck or any lean meat covered Skim It well pour
therefore. to think about preparing remnants*, or the teen of a lion small\ and rolled In four and Wan Led
) Y RAMBLER SALES LT MIDDLEBIRG TO GET I* pint of Port or Madeira. Let
. t i I : that deer for the table. of old mutton, brown It on a
. '" I,, NEW POST OFFICE: gridiron and put It Into a It boll H of an hour longer and Kingfishers . . . 14 9
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II Retail sales of 1963 Ramblersin lien are ,
, American Motors' Jackson.villa Congressman D. R. DIUy) recipe that were used back saucepan with a quart of water ...net0 the table with the Untouchables . .. It' aJokers
Matthews advises that the Post and simmer meat In It' 10'
It closely
and the ;
Zone during the final 10 will adver when mm were men
Office Department fardistantcontrspUon. It for an hour. Then uncover '-- Drivers' 10'
days of September when the electric range a
Usa for bids on a new post
models introduced They eomplled It and stew the gravy to I 10
new were are Magnolia "
office building In
with salt
; exceeded the same period a beginning on October 23 and and updated when necessary) a pint. Season only I.Dalla . 3 11
year ago by 61B per cent, ae- November ilrd. bl't'l4 Byrne In the October and strain 4 12
ending witha Professors
., cording to Zone Manager' J. E. bidden should Issue of Spark AneM. Another envy U
( Interested of Port wine a pint of Champions . 4 11
Wooaley. To roast a haunch of venison: pint
contact J. W, Pope in. RoomJH.
Retail Rambler sales In the Cut off th* knuckle trim the strong mutton gravy aa
t Night-10th & 11th RACES Federal Building Jacksonville of currant On our fourth week of bowl.
lone totoaled 131 durttng the Tap remove the thick skin on and a tablespoon
Florida\ for further Information merely boll this season! the mini high
up tog
Ut these
September SI-JO period com the flank end nick the Joint at Jelly
pared with 395 11 n the eorrespondllng and specificationsThe \ the tramp-bone ikne>. Spit It, Or much..leas wine end more singles was Sandy Spearman's

period last vear.This parking brake and rub It over with butter, iprtn- Jelly may "be used Reasoned. III, Dewey Turner's 2JS; Bill
Is clear Indication of aranlamlaalon locking mechanism kle writ with sill cover It with beef gravy is sometimes prerred Dunnavsnts SIS and AI Ivey's
enthoslalstie publlle response a sheet of flour and water, and ( to mutton ,rn,.
In the lltl Dodge Coronet four SOB
to out much broader ring ol' again with paper, then with a Venison soupTake:
.Ir thus .
are Independent providing
1Gja choice with three dlUutnctllllnes when paste of flour and water, and pounds of freshly killed venison The women's hI.hpte..
maximum safety
of 1W Ramblers said the ear ls unattended, lain with paper, tie .It up will and cut off from of th ham bonaend tn was hit by Betty Drown 41';

Woosley. "Our dealers with a..stout string laced acrossIt one pound Mary Ivey's 411 and MaryEverett's
brlkak throughout till response ;the sop-of-theU/ne; / : basal It all the time U Is small eltoea Mace on IM*. add 401b. ,

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lines with outstanding Ambassadors" hours A quarter a f an pepper la your U U. Put In I



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SIX Qflay( (Bounty Crescent THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, lilt

most of which was spent with a* it rested on the Band bar 1 come for 30 minutes more or
MHC Mn. Lawsoon'i two alters to Just 50 feet from shore where lea, on Friday night at 7
Schenectady: County. N. Y., is had been driven byy stroong or XMAS BAZAAR o'clock, the regular
the choir rehearsal Please
Penney Farms one the on other a farm at MariavUle near\ Esperanee Take, northeast On arrival Penney Farm. The Orange Park Woman resPond. Your voice i Ia needed.

Pd. Adv. Enroute north they apent o over 6.000 mile of travel during I Club will kponaor a Christmas -
x Reporter, MBS. VERBERT D. MTEK8, Fb.M 519-x131 day at WUllamiburg Va.. anda the cummer. I Bazaar at 10 o'clock on New member of the Penney
Memorial Church received
Forty members end friend provide the which day with their daughter, November 21.Member .
Scriptures Florida October 4. 1964. BY LETTER
Do not forget the
SUPPORT AND ELECTTO met on Oct. S, for the fall will offset the 1 K billion dollars Barbara Msplesden and her State WCTU Convention at i will be asked to OF TRANSFER: Mr. and
\ at Sliver Springs, Md.
meeting of the Myra Morton worth of attactlve printed family Daytona Beach on Oct. 22. 23, donate homemade article: Mrs. Irvin W. Foster from Em-
Bible CUM. material In May they spent four day
supplied annually by and 24. Plan to go one day If,. and a baked item. manuel Baptist Church. Ridge-
THE: STATE: LEGISLATURE: : The devotional! service was Communist countries Another attending the American at Atlantic Bap. you cannot stay longer. Bee The sale I* designed to reduce wood. N. J.; Mn. O. C. SkooJrlrom
conducted Mri. Elizabeth tlt Convention
by appealing
project of the Class Lincoln Park Community
Mn. Robbins Mn. Dibble,
Shaffer who used for her 'Is the support of a Korean City and, in July, they spenta Mn. Springer if you plan to Christmas gift problems Church Yonkers, N. Y.; Mn.
theme Roman 1.28: "And we Orphan from whom Utter and few day with their daughter, attend. and to earn a buck for the Ethel Stagg, Bushwick Baptist
r.a w.w know that all thing work together snapshot are received thereby Betty Walten. at Takoma Park, dub. More later. Church Brooklyn, N. Y AS.
for good to them that increasing the prayerful inter. Md.. during which time they SOCIATE MEMBERS Rev.
love Ood. to them who are eat of the Women. attended the Baccalaureateand Keep Monday evening Oct. and Mrs William Archibald
Oraduatloon exercise at 19 open to attend the lecture
the called according to HI.purpolt. The business meeting was Milton United Baptist Church.
." This verse ha meant closed with prayer, after which American University where In the Penney Memorial. Time and Eternity" will be Milton Nova Scotia, Canada;
Mn. Shaffer for it Bett,'* husband was granted Church on the 400th Anniversary of the
much to the members were graciously shown In the sanctuary Rer. Roger 8. Ouptitl North
I expresses her Christian philosophy served refreshment by Mr*. the M. A. degree in hUtoory. of 8t, Augustine, Fla. Penney Memorial Church. All Georgia Methodist Conference;

of life, a promise and a II. E. Everley and the Social Then while Betty and her are Invited. Mrs Roger 8. Ouptill, PInt
fact which five assurance that, Committee. huaband toook 'a trip to Om- Next Sunday 1* Layman'
Church La
Methodist Orange
regardless of experiences all -0.. aha to visit hit parent, the Sunday Mr. Lynn Sheldon will .
be the preacher at Penney Memorial The woman' chorus men's Georgia.
Ltwton's renewed acquaintancewith
things do work together William A. Benin, after suffering -
Washington D. C. Church morning! worship chorus, and all those who have
good to them who love Ood. a stroke, ha returnedto 1
w The Smithsonian Institute service at 11 o'clock. The sung In choir, who would like On Friday, Oct. 16. 3 o'clock
familiar "Tis
The hymn ra Hudson, Wl*., from the Ho-
associated men of the choir will to help in the preparation of the Annual Meeting of the
Sweet to Trust In Jesus" is pltal. He win stay there abouta (where Betty I II with sing
baaed on the sme assurance. month t"ln0 drive back the Early Colonial Division at "Rise Up 0 Men of God" pedal music for NOT. 23rd. Shuffle Board Club will be
the Museum of History and On Wednesday evening, Oct. the annual reception of u ocia- held In the Lecture Room of
d + After prayer, the president, to Penney farm He write he i
Mn. Mabel Crosby, announcedthe I It doing well but must be care. Technology), the Archives, 21, the Moody moving picture tlon member, are Invited to UK Church. 1
hymn "1J1 the Way My ful. the Capitol, and the National
Saviour Leads Me." Gallery of Art. They were M d
The class appropriated fund Miss Stella Kenney write the Capitol during the Senate
to continue tome of their missionary from Waterford, Pa., "We have I debate cow''the' Civil Right
project, Including: had no frost yet but the Act''' of IMS.a; copy of which .this to FASHIONHEADQUARTERS
they secured at the Senate .. way.. ,
MO to the American Leprosy, leave art turning, and the
Mission for the support of one bird are gathering and chattering. Document Room.In .
leprous child for a year; 150 : a* they get ready togo July .Rev. Lawson was 1A
''WIA: to the Danish Orphanage In aouth. guest pulpit supply 'at the Albany : ,
Lebanon; $50 to Mia Martha Street Methodist Churchof
Benson for supplies for the Herbert V, Lodge of Erie, Schenectady, where Mn. ..
extensive missionary work Pa. ha* been a guest of Mr. Lawson's youngest sister serve '\
i 14 which the supervise in the and Mr. C.W Laird. Mr. Lodge u Church Secretary. 1 You .are invited/ to view-, :* -' J
M,H.C. Each month the tend and the;Laird* were associated During August the Lawson *' v
out to some worthy orphanageor together in the Elmwood Ave toured the 'lower Adirondack . the stimulating styles R
mUsloonary organization a nu* United Presbyterian mountain where they had : .
box of new garment made by Church, In Erie, for about M I spent several previous sum- i ' *
the ,ladles In the Community, yean.Mr.. mars visiting Wtll, Lake ; . stunning colors ;"V 't|
totaling some 2500 garments Plemaant. North Creek, North : A

Louis L. HuntleyDemocratic each year, The Bibb.a-Month : and Mr*. William F. River etc. Also during August,. . exciting fabric; !, -
) Club of the American Bible Leasure guest oof MU, A. I. Barbara>> and her three children :
Society also received |JJ to Crunun and Mia E. P. Hoover : spent ten day with the : of our nevi ate Q'x
noontime the Clue member. for about It day, will be tour. Lawson at the farm wail her I _
Nominee, ship This Club was organised Ing southern Florida when they husband, who I II with the IJe-I
eerily In W3 to assist the leave hen. The Leisure an curity Agency attended a
Bible Society, in meeting th.terrUflo member of the Bower Hill ference In, Michigan. I ,
STATE LEGISLATURE -demand for Scriptures Presbyterian Church In Mount On the return trip'to Penney 'r
occasioned by the yearly\ Increase Lebanon a lubero of PltUburg, Farm, the Lawson spent a
of 70 million adult now Pa. day with friend at Clncinnatus JOYd Shop
learning to red. M, Y, friend who were
lcr Each month the Scriptures : Mn. Oertnde W, Bwetnam their host In their rtudend
art lint to a different country of Camden. Maine, anlved'at day 4S yean ago. They headed
July, Celon; August M. H. C. last Friday, drtvlnt. for Belleville, N. J., where
Proven experience for effective. rrprciwnlatlon.... three new Independent nations the Her and Mrs John A.Bwetnam many friend of their lilt pas- Remember . i if it's new .fashion, 1OIl'I"Jtllttrtl.
I In Africa Kenya, Uganda, )home In their own toorate held a lively reception \
In this critical J period of our County' growth. Tanganyika; Sept. Mexico for car, Mn. Swetnam will fly at the home of their host and
17 of the language and dlalect back to Camden after a weekor former Chairman of the Board.
For Action not promise spoken there; Oct., Central a. her at M. H. C. The next day, this boat had

VOTE: HUNTLEY: African Republic. The My. : the Lawaon accompany him Do we really
ron Morton Bible Class 1 It The Rev. and Mn. A. T, and his wife' to Monmouth
py to have a share In hap-I Lawson have returned to M.H. Beach for a week together.
--.J the American Bible C. after an Interesting summer, During this Urn theyy visited need a
the Highland The Deserted
Village of Allaire, Aabury Park,
and Sandy Hoook. At the latter Medicare Tax m
I Jl/iwvt place they saw the grounded : ,
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Cttevrotet I
freighter, Cleonetra-Monmvie oHealth +II I

Modem Fanning ". '




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N. aB.-: for"over 65's"

':who cannot afford to pay I II

Production Credit pro
vide a single speclallwd I
source of credit for aU .
your farnxhome and fam If you are over 65, facing

Uy need . a reftatto medical expense and
source o( Snsnctng. alw I. can't ray for I it. .ITa I
. Available,
v providcJ
by farmer for farm'" yours (or the asking already .
. loan low In cost tailored provided for bylaw
to each Individual The Ken-Mini Act
,Ii,. a need' . and financial .
a counseling.\ These are alla offers a Health (Opportunity 4
part of the aenrfcei: Program for the Elderly I

offered, Production I with the federal I

Credit. : "!:.4';QC"i t and state governments "

sharingthe cost. r" t

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,. ".:\:' A: \" ,, .' care Is far, far greater ,.. {

GJ"II than that offered by si :. .. i

CA......,. fmpelm Sport C.-trtCA new SasrG.s ,../, i Medicare proposals. . .I
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... ,. ) and additional tax isnecessary
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// what '.RllefJ marc Pew, iraf* II'yew teAcif irheel .-..... sea. !
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(Lralti trI4AU..JODe r.... .Mw If you art elderly, .'

look at those Longer, wider linea tell you It's of 400 hp. And the road feel like satin because our feesalln. OredNAaseth . 'i''P'' and without funds for .

the kind of car you just couldnt buy before without engineers came up with a new Full\ Coil suspension needed medical care ask co

ftttlnf into the higher price bracket But one drive system, teamed It with a Wide-Stance design, and lie Ma** tine raaatte your doctor about the s r

win tell you a lot more. dude Pf famous Jet- mooth ride smoother and TeL U S-St. Heath0ppartiaity( Pro

You've got your kind of enftne{ coin for T00- more table than tver.Taere'a 14* B4g. e''wel Assess .. gram'for the Elderly, or ,
an even half clOUD of them available Befinninr. to feel like If* your kind of gaalass' .. call your local medical \

this year-nythinc name from a quieter\ .sJjAlJf cart Therell be no doubt about it when you Tit n e.>sll'tt aoclety.FAt'H .

sweeter running to a V8 w Ith the authority .. H** drive the real thing at your Chevrolet dealer!

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q From 794 A. D. To 1964
CuUNl A., IN r*: Ktat .t ( of October tl. ..... BeottoiIII
EIIKNPUyWYKHNN4 *. Till II. Halted Prater
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OF i U>KIUA. an Aaeney of
Dtat of FloridaCLAY > > TO 'R \llroR' I. 1>.1. cf Filing: October I
.... QONDmONIKQ BEVERAGES COCNYY a Ntl..aI: PiutguttI IIAVIMI LUUS 01UBMAM.W L Till of Publication. CU:)
AIR 'REAL ESTATE 0ul>4"I..v" of lbs tttata AUAIXCI: SUU JC8 County CrceceakI.
vt FloridaPtilleets.. TATE: Freguenvy of taiu: Wefklj
Von. and Men ..' M>U. arkereby <. 4. Locttlon of known office opulilhailon
MILBERGER notified and required to< : III W'. Walnut tUreen
PAUL'SAll TWIN REALTY GEORGIA $SOlfTHkUlS AND promt any claim. mul\ ,1 III.n.l. Oo'. tfprlna r....
FLOltlDA RAILWAY. CUUfANYUfndant which You, or otth. i >i .,.u. nut: I Location of ,,,. headquar.
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REFRIGERATION UAM 'HMKRSON: MKIIIKVJdeceaeed. ;: : : of the phllrb.N tool prlatera)
Legal Beverages IlilJa T. Xeth I NOTICE OF Mll.K Kill.NUTICIi hats 01 >'\liCounty. 11 Walnut (>t. Urea CovVnrtnaa. .
OF EMINENT DUMAI Merfcta to tho "'..lIl1t\ Judge, oCUy Florida. A
Open I A. M. to 1 A. M.Doral Realtor .'HlHJfch.UINiJ.; County Cla i'"uni> Courthouee t. Name and Addnas.s o
SERVICE IX THE NAMU ANU BT THE In Ureen tutr Hpilnm. rubllaher. Kdilor. and ManaalniKdltor .
County Une RENTALft SALES AL'THlMUli UF THE aTAVhUF : CUT County, 10'1... il.. within ell : Ounces U. tlron r. luV .
KlAJHIlM month.. front Ike . \ '. Walnut ,,, Ilr en C'\'e
(. I.fetr.t'a North of Orange Park ft ACREAGE -ft LOTS '1'0.\1-1. WHOM IT MAT CON lint puMtcatlon ,,r'I thin o"II.h: IIDrl"... Fla.Kditar .
Ir ,.d He.111at CKIIN and Ui ail pa.oas *,..4 Each claim or' mua : H.m ,
0 g. Palmetto Street Residential ConunercUl oartle, clalmlna or havlna 557risbI. ; ..* In wrltlnn and imial: state I T. Owner lit owned by a car,
till. ..,.r.." oelaumortaaae lbs plac* of '''101. err end pool Deration Its name and adOrea
Home Phone 2S4-I7IO BOATS Industrial or other lien to or 01Ihoao cities. addre of the clalman must b. elated and *leo 1m.....
rertala parcels of load< and ", ,,.t bo ....i ,ii b< l.y tine' dlntelv thereunder tho name
Buslncti Phone I84-IS81 Serving Greater Clay County berslnatter.wrib.d.. and: lbs' claimant hla km',,1 ,>r hn, ate and ....,....* of aiovkkoMerownln . h
folluwlnii porovno toatk r wuSall tornev or t le nnir voidpercentile . or holding I percent .r
Notary Public unknown Persons claiming \ to'I.1: moro of total amount of alack
by, throuah or under known Loch creditorii.ill d"ln" It not owned ky corporation
TV AITLIANCB INLET MARINAMERCURY PHONE .reon. She are dead or whar .<.. ufflclont tonka .1 hit claim. t.< the name and *...Ir...** of thIndividual .
nut knuwn to be dead o, en*hi* Ih. Count .1 'enter' lu mil owner* m".' b. riven.
SERVICE Office tt4-U81 0ll).: ono to aeh personal rtprenta. : If o"n.d by a partn.rhla vr
OUTBOARDS OKOIIOIA. SOtTHKHV: AND ther ualncorpurated firm. It. 1IJjl
W. Rfpalr All Brand Homo tS4-im FLORIDA RAILWAY COMPANY ll11.1.4 Keptember |' I.... name and ...,1,.**, a* well a.
./o M. I'. UUKNI& ..It. ALICE VIOLA "KnKI'HKN: AKtocntrll that of each Individual must be
Smlclnf Coy Countyror MERCRUISER SER'ICEBOATS Orange Aye. S. at Bay St. Ill LYNCH BUILD1NOJACKBONVIULM. of the last Will 'nd, elves.)
Sixteen Tear Green Can BprlnciI.KUAL FUWIUAunit Teetament 0 f \\.II.I.l *M KMKU "' .m.: (',.....ft. ru.., Inc., t*.
TRAILERS NO.' i ION STEPHENS! W. Walnut. Uren Cove lprlnFlorida. ...
Orange Park Ph. 24.5515FULLERTON'S KCTION 1141-1111 In11vssah II: .

STATE ROAD 11 I. knewn nnnxlkoldor Mart: An ageless Japanese kimono a modern dress d*.
OUTBOARD REPAIR SIIOP CLAY COUNTYUESI'HlPT1UV --- ***e.*. and elker eeeurliy holder tvrninf
I : ewninar, or holdlna; I pereen signed by Edman and a 100,000 theatre curtain , each lahnndwovrnNlihlJinilllr.

17 NOTICE SRI NCKARHMENT\" I 1M TUB CIHCI'IT COURT IN or more *f total amount o, .
Hwy Orange Park : : FOR ANU FOR CLAY COl'NTT, bond, ..0'1..... *i> otkr ...
14 N. Orange Are.I I Phone Z64-98J5 ROADSIDE DITCH lOORlUA IN iKMNCKHYCASK : ..rll I.. tIC tker ara none, .0 i -it-.i h ii n In Till A. D. In 1100,000 theatre rurUIn iUptha .

I 184-4044 IN THE: CIRCUIT COVHT or A. That part Otl: NO .UII .tale the Nlihljla Irem a of Jipn. lo- ihow In New York Cu;
Green C.T* Spn. pf QeorclaHuuther MALDEN ."\1\\111: Name' flank! .f Orana Park..
THE PULUTH JUDICIAL Tbs right of wry RANK a total In tie north wr.t nation Th. eurtaln which me n
C1UCLIT. IN AND 10"01CUT and Florida Halt. corporation urianlivd anileilatlnc Ornna rnrk Florid of '
Kyoto Emperor: Ktmmu *itthllnhfj nil 110 rfe' and welch .
1. I'araa-rapk I and I .Inrlud .
Mectloa II. It and rods Its loss of the.r
l\>l'NTY. KLl>tlll>ACHANCKHY way In .
&DUaH Pied I'uDlt e MILK DELIVERY >O. l ll It. Townekip 1 South. llaaio Commonwealth MatitokuittnPlaintiff. *. ,In race where tk.* .,.._. a waving cflf( and l 'lou than two ton o':1. :
SOUTH BKUUKLYN alA"'11'10.' II kUUIrlnc holds or iocurlty holder appear the local weavers sup lid alt P eoale ten" month {
BANK a corporation. flaiatlU. Northeaeterly of and with ,... anon tka books of lb.romyssv ; the silk f ibrlr* for the Imperial it was rrntly presents a
(CAREY'SFLORIDA "* In !. feel of th. .urvy |ln. .r ItARflT O. CANioV and ARTIE .. IruiUe or la any; family, nobility and nllflouihrln rift from Tokyo 10 The ( t
W.D.Morris GENE ALLKN IH>RTEH and mat Hand U Vollon MARIE: CAMION II''. wit, other fiduciary relation. lh5 i
JKANKTTK MARIE I-OHTICU, Itch (. ) : II 'II"i T>ef.nd.nli name of th* pre... or corpora *., T..I.,, the rams torhnlnuei New York-a artl.tlillll' I
TRADERS hi. wlf. Urfaadanta. II"I U. imil, aaNortkwoeterly worn or it IT u..n for whom pooh trite* I. for pattern making ar. of the Tnkyo-Ntw Ywk r
Green Core Sprint', rIIIiIIa Distributor NOTICR' or HIT of aurvey Hiatloill THE STATE nr rU'tllDA I actlnr, also Ills elatementi .tith till used.J but (In l Pllt than tit," amil.tloru ThaI ado >
.illl said nrvey line and *ta. TO I IIAHHY II CANrtoN .koerealdonce I two paraartpk .Il.. I..-. ,
111 E. Palmer Bt Tel. it4. 2U All Jersey Milk TO: Oan. Marl.Alien Porter Pwrl.t Ito, win anJtanrll liana b.'"* described and Iva I I. HI Hl\er ft reel, mania full _......"** and b.. are SM dwlfnrproduclII5 an I I. hung In the only Uwat Alb.
rated a* follows: nateavlll. Arkinie: lief aa ta Ik,* rlrvumaianrea am .rtrar of S00,000 new designs world large .n.up"< c*
|\DUaH S. Oranfo 'ATfmna .It..ld.nre Urn Allen L'nknowaTou. Porlae. and Haln oa ,... noath hiss af .... AHTIR MAim .AHHON, whose .condition under wklch *tckkolder mrlTha rommo Tel.' SI4-XI44 For J..n.". Marl Porter kia wits Ilea t*. lownihew I Bcutk. Veeldenc I. III Iliver' BtreelUateavllle and aerurlly holder wh.. kimono I U fattilon la .1. .
notlflod$ that a out*. Rag.testag.W.II tteet. at III. Ark.",.. do not appear upon Ik. books hand-wovtn" U list illk. uturt'lolilt
krky dlum-prlcJ It
Orange Park ar t of th. Southeast cor Ton aid herel mitlfled Ikklmlt .1a of Ika company n* Iru.l.ra, kolialoch ,
Olandlag Road Tel. SII-.XS7 HOME DELIVERY Dlalnt to forrloa. followlna-. a cortatamortao .. nor thereof, cold point belnat .. has been. Mind atalnel you and **<.iarlll* In a caiMrity silk and U typical of the rtAn. and mot luiurHoot fIr
rash of Ik to-will lbs aid *4 n ovrva MMW tIk a. efndnie >'I', ih., bo\e ... *ikr than Ikal of a boa Hints found (a til. kimono| lbs I. ki modern M the Um a . .
I Jacksonville' arrlbfd property i kkvlna tilled C5..., .hit thai fid. owner. Name. and ...,.....
CALL tl4-t.4l tBI-lKI U>1 Thirty III'. lilncli. ThrtII Houlhwetrly a you are. modern "..III lnr dray II In 160I \ In termi ei Flirty, "mUlnt "
or of Individuate wko itorkkolder
radlu of 10*.II 1.51) theanfrom lioroby rwiulr.d i.' rile your an.wer aro
Btandlnf A Coffina atTel. ). MKAIiOWIinOOK rocordod, t'nlt lit taecordlna .1 a tanaent boarln of NorilII with the '.1.| ...B...' tkli . 5, a corporation wkk >.r yard NUMJla .illI.ntl, the I and WMriblllty.IN .

., 71"1& to I. plat II and II 1 1.r II' '1- Wont ton North/ to eei >r a.apr lho. I* a elackkolder. .r Holder .,
flat Hook Dam. .r weeterly 171.II foot along said .r"n; Ik* Plaintiff nr flalal': bandy ninriar**** or otker *..
| WE TRADE W ANTTOlNa UPHOLSTERING: lb. rurrrnt publle record curls tkrowih a astral angle Mrs attornoy a Muss name and rnrlt/.f tk* ukliahif corporitlon -
or VALOR Char County Florida and I of II* II l." I* Ik. cad crurvoi ad>lr... )I.. miii" > Riiiot: andKrkwalfca. Mrs ..... lailuded. I III --_.. --
h>. boa ruled aaalnot you thenco run North tl1II Ill linmm NsllneslRak paraaravk T and I when I". IIP:011.5Utllk i : : 51,1o, : u. IIUTH' .
BAXLEY'STRIMSHOP' ru aro :.ri b y roqulrod t* I II" Keel III* II fet I* a 111111<11". 'In, ""' 110,11. 1Klnrlda la.r.... of auck IndlvMuala .
.try* a o of your onawar or Point. ODpoill Railroad Mill not Ui. Ihmi N.epm.boy to I percent or moreof
ACCODNTDfOREED pli-adln\ to Ik* complaint albs. : I'oet ill: then. cnnUuu II'OI .. I Ml. Ik. '*'.1 ....."t of tete Slacker IN TICK flltt'l'IT ''It'IIT'' ''' TUN tlU'NTV JflMlK'Mttil
Complete Auto A Furniture plaintiff Marks Olbbi, It* If .*" Moot Ill lea If you fall i.. d., .<. itrfrM prmnfraoo corvrltio. *f Ik* puiiliekinicorporal TIIK; \1I'UTIl ji'mcui. II T, IM' ASH rtm
Gray, Yates. Conroy point: '''tb._. tu.Iort.\ .. will. IK < U>n, CIUCI'IT. IN AMIIIH'i.A' i'ltAv: oitiNTY> ri.onii>A
Upholstering Ill Kill Koratth lltro.t. Jacl.onvlliP lie II' II" W.t lit |l feet t. von for lb. rrlini, dans..l.dst;: : Ilbls Item muet h* com. tvll'NI'Y'IAIItlI.A, rilo N.. III
ACCOUNTING Florida, and file lbs aid KUlloa tlotl, theBva con tk* tomoUiniTko sidled f.r all aukllrion* aicepIKoeo IM fMANCKIIVrt'LTt'N IN ii KI KB-TATH UK
1400 W. Idlewtld Are. nrlvlnal miner or pladln I lathe llnu. North II' II If Wt. nnur ,if mill. \..It) lirfnifor which ". not rarer ........ '" MAVINilnHANK >'I..,...4 ....d.r..n.rd..",
Ph. tS4'ISOS Offloa of the Clork of tk* Ire feet ta Mid Ptatlua 111171 i iI for,. i p Pee '. eider Ikan Ik. publleher'. KIM. t\M'NrV a oorKornn, I.>...*a.J.irtllM .
AND Circuit Court In and] for Clay hence rontlnti North II II toiled In I\ oi"'I'r.I l of Ill Pews and wkkk.. yes named InNoctlona I'lalHlKf TO /II EIIItnSS
Green Cove Springs Florida County Florida' on or before II" 'Aoet. Ill Irol to a polal o offtrlal ......,rd. ,if i lair CountyKlorlda. III III. Ill III and T. all vrodllnri and all paronn
TAX SEHVICK: lbs Itk day of Noyml d.tIn' IM* posits I lUllroad Mil Poet III 'h. 4n. il|>ll I> ,i 4)1 walnut St. ocs. Free Estimates: U you fall I* do ... | thence ...."11... North II'- proord .a:,ln>l k*. : Illlh and III! of Till II, 1.11.4 NKWTliN T :."UN. hIs, | aid aalalK'
and .. .,..It will k* tska aialni II' .." WeeU .....0 fet. t* Ole in. a* shawl All tatt. rortatt United Rlate Code sun. and ItiNBTANt J U,. ,*... and "aark *f pea ara k.r*.
Tel 11t1111J'monaliZNl roc Pickup Delivery you for the enlist demanded In Weal line af Portion II, Town roDrly .111I. .nd Ling u A.era. N.. Conic. TMT: >N ...'..."I'IQ. |urm.,l lkaooa > ky nullflfd and raqulrtd U pr*.
Services Handle Any and AU of Your tile romolalnt. Thl antics ntiilk I skis. I *, 1055.1 Knet, ala floe (Count. plorils, "'n,. *.rtlrularlv Kark I.... PsrlaPr.rdin. a* t'4'II1I1'AfII1I! .*nl iy rl."". and .....".*
't publUhed onr sac) nook foe will Illl feel Nortk, of tkiKouihweet .....rlb... .. (.!*..,55 . II ....III. JUAN TKMTlINlwf .hh'k you, a, cilkar Hf ,..... may
IB tle000ntina Upholstery Needs! four .n..I1" ...k. In tkClay corner thereefiCoainiBiaa l/nt II, III.Mli! U, MKAUtW Klnele l..". !Nearetl .....,. k*>. ..1..' Ik. ..t.,. tit rilfford
HAROLD BAXLEY County (" .....nt.IiONB '.U acre, mare IF UlliHaX, tall f a' ofdim I K To Flllni I>*|. OTKN IIr HIT An.'..*.it W.r'." d... aad,
: & Tax AND OKt>RRF.n IQreen gar. Dial tk. rMf r*''ndiNl In Its A, Tola) No rnuloafrlnled Till. Jam. Irom T.*,." and Isl..f Cly County, finrld.. < a
Returns Owner a Upholsterer tl yea Co,,o Cprlasr Clay CouHtv. ALIH ll4Mik .. !..*. II, of tk. ".r. N.t hits Naotna T. toa. kia. _u. Ik Hi.nuraM. Tkitw*. ), Hlvor,
FlorMa t.... Ith day of Ool POE PIPS KAPRMENTtURAlNAUKt ronl psbh. rotxird *f CM< free, Slim I.III I,III till Nosy IU.4MUIiniln :. JmU* of t'Uy I l''''iunli'
For tDWIN BAXLEY b". "... County, florid*. T* .i|ktr wilt I n I'.'. rireulatliin I I IV:*:: ,' urlk..u<* la OrMnrlnaa. / *-* "
HuJnt'l8! Firms & Sea and Upholsterer 4 yn.C OIconOIC L. CAHLHtAClark. Co all *tr.M..M **d Improebnreal/ I. T* term *.k. Y*.., Jame. ,, an riarl.U. wllkln altmoinlk
Circuit <*ourt.Clar NE"'ofNE114.11t.: BOW and 1I..rt. an .iUnd. : ...rl...'. kv malt Tile 1 101..,.." ,*...". kia wife, friim lha d.i. nf th.
IndividnnJRNotary / A. HUMMELITpbotiUrer (IVIIN Florida.Kyi lloa II. "'.."."1. I loutk and Ik. rl*. .1..*..*.. carrier deliveryor .r. krkr ..tlfI.' Ikal a .nnt. |flr.l. ;puMlrailnn n.f Ula natUa.r.M .
0 H. n 11111 Kan II' 1Ca." mor p.,. and iirvfll .f lbs ....... .... ky stb.rmess. plaint' I** n ortaHtnrlaaaa .k.. rUlm a, domand miial k*
Public w. H.I. ... It. III s. d r" | aid alli> ., I III .lit't. ' *f tka l.llo. .'lag t.. In rillna' ..d "' ..., data Ik.*
..Ivl.latlt; .I1ort5.4.M '"Ttf/ nri ar 1.51 rJ.nun *Tl : > eni.e .k...*ek iflkod ry.1 roorlr I5.w.II ....** of .......... and pal of

Commeive an thi Baal II.. SiPeels. ..h.d to ar reed I* _**... .. ae.nia., near Ul Kikl in Hlork Tkr.a fir* *it4>*. of Iko 'Ulmanl and
.. II, Township I HoulhHaaaa lion with Ik* anoiit'f' k.r4idrrll ...I.r., erolk.roI.e '". MKAlMIMMIIINIM. IarrordlH mo l k* swarm t* k* |k* olalni*
If od and addltlaiIkcrot (IT III. I* plat Inl ash k''* ar kia allnrnaror ,
Ca... at ap mt Illl > |a *;
,. ..' C Free Iaainlkslln'' IkMk . t t'J'.. ll willtfmt ,,*ld i.ordlT I
f.el 11.115.1 lbs North***! cur 11 a ,.n.. d piss l t -
nor thereof: and ran North II': .rrih4 hooMkald. *.*Mar*< flnrladinaeoomUa) putlM ...", *| la law,
I CLASSIFIED ADS If It" W**|. 1111) feeli tkeanrun klih aro, and akall. k. d.*..<(. kv mall: rorrl.rd.Hr.rr CoMBty, Marl ' dallvtraffttUnt
North It* If IIKael, tl I* I. nilvro and apses Si l lIk or by and Ass .*.. Mod. ..1..1 %.. ***la* *f kia .ilalm' In
f.el I* tk* lolnt af II.l.slnr r.*hr and ass iwrilo I .\11.. me*** Ii || .ad .o. tr* k.rky. ,..".,... I* swehls Ika .'.."... J...... I.. mail
I . U Total N. af ariad.lIhn ... "n* iu arm pr*..nal It.r. ....!*,
Iheor ran North II* If IIMeet. of tk. .."If for tko '."< .. af,. a ,**y uf i .nr aa r or
II fall ....... North It' *4*..* ...I.....* I ''I ( .. Mudtap |o Ik* *o.."l.lnt *n iu ..
If If Ke|. II fort, ....,,.. Hot ....'.. n.... aad ,POPS "f .u.. Ill III Ik. alaiallir .".r..)*. Mark iMl.d iviokr ink AT tell,
Month II* If If rapt '4 It M, I I. I I aad r till | |lf list, Vala. .'.",*, A '|ik..a, MANY KTTCK: WANHHNA
tbenco aovtk II* II 4.J.J..*.. If Knxroa: ra la t rrtif Ikat. .... auiemeal III R**| .U..!, Jail. Admlnlairtlrli, at tko
..,. w. mad kv m* ...... ar. eortoe, Ptsu4. Kalala a(1111.51 A4 : I* feet If eM. Polal of .. ... |'r t > II. (1'1) 1'1'' ..III.. and fit 1. u..ellsol ..
FOR RENTI Attractive 1 beds HAVE IMMEDIATE OPENING I HELP WANTED Need termen alpat, Warner Hrad Well and MimnlelafOlanalura *aan>.r r aloadlni InIk Wr4aa. d*.......
I iu.'. IH.nnII of editor. ....110..' : wlrsl psbtl. 11ns sal
foenalnlna- ....,* feet, mere r iMflr* *f tk nrk of lbs
In this area for sales ad ...,._ ........,
rm bo... farnlahed. ComPlrklr for one I1ILSI rout .... Aft .. / lIsll.s (Oil IHimTk or owaerlt Or ni| t'cart la and for M/.b' II. 111alt.
air eondlUoned.' Con> for aerrlco work teody. ,.,..,. SIT Oooral .....11.,. rn4..r Wall H.aUr UKoik >*nKaBj .Ir...., (' unit, rinrM on op k";:* 11 pS, 11 1,
IS U Sf. AIM openinc two I '
and Flarlil Railway f..n.".al UN III I..WIt. Ik* Ilk day of Ma*' (HI. If pie
rally located lit Bay 8tre4. $t7J per week men. Age Sf toIII. mrnt lsd earnlnc oppor. TAKE!: MirTICM< ....t a I'.rls> .., IS-Ini NNfll.r.IM "' fail t* d4 a*. ....... ky: ...
for I tanlty eiprrlenc* a t nrreo.aary ration keea filed ITriM m* b.w. Ik. IX Till rirtrt'iT (1H'NTlr faolt will k* |*kan aaalaal yufo
Information phone 214' (Honld eonaide-r, eapnkle la Ik* ab.,4Pld: raoec ky the seal nf .1' (Vort sl (Iron C.N JI'I'ICIAI Ika pull.4.a: .**<(od habs
nil. ..u tfe for this Iut.) Hobercharacter. Coald awe ono man part.Una 1-elMHHiera ih* .eo.olrlna'Ikorllv a. Hrla. riorM Ibis till. lie, ('I tr.1"t'IIIIt : T .....1..1. Tkl' Boll. .1I.n| k. BDIUGE\
woman ., fbeoo procedlna olIk of A n I'llJfJUtt'lN nrf'krrrfrM'iiiiV'' : kakllakod. *... **... ..... fof .
Writ emplorntent manaier
Neat and clean in Idles af Ik. *.k...-... U CAn. ( M4ttrKNf' pi4" ell >*r oonoMiiiiiia washIs.. tk.
I OR '. Itl Fail Bay BU ttt.Fla. *.y.b.d land. for Ih* porp.. n..k. of |nVIVtAM . .... Nhf0.$4.Ye 11 a c fV.*" fra 5rwA1Ills
RENTI idles I"If' personal ....1.... Car nrtraaary. art fortk IB Iko FelHM. la tkl 'Irish 1 C'prrtMall .11 MAMK. NN AWII IHthRNKn" at

aewly' Minted Imdde Home every night Wo Ira!.. I.-.. II. 250 raae. nit A* O ......1.. ditch / 0 .sMr.llus. nill, I,,.. "sea Unrlnia. Itay ....... SALE
-- - ---- ........, and a drain*** ..*.. Nv H. pore. l. riorMa Iki* lit'.> *f (w
Sad out. reaaonaok' Urfeyard.OPUanrr For penon*! ItnervMrw In ,.., *..t f..r. port ion of mi. lioodle ,....OII flub lomf",I' L'ilItQUt5 14 lokcr. III
HfiltVICMELECTROLt'X in Clay Cuwnlr Florid sad !..!. I. II. IIi MYIeNU M ) .ad1H o( IMP*.] II.."
'-raJa"" Call Fen. homo wrllo 3. IL MrOrlty.FA .OJ/'IN. ilpilll
I Plat Ike If..rabl.. fHAHLRaA. w. .,. I III. .".. I..'........ tI" I. COA"1......
set carry i:'.(Hl. tttfe Bat '$7. ,,'Iuts.... ttM. Sales. sad RrvIro LIKKIK or. on* of Ike I I llark. flf1roty'.." /411/ Rat Oct. 11
Jadae* of Ik.* iMrcoll of < TUB cmitTOM or Yf. kOYMM OF HIT PMn14. eo AM $.00 FU.VIA. .
-- O. C
-- Coll '
!. II. M far thlo area .
Iko ...".. Clnrl' ., STV Jtl l* (lAg fI, riiian Mkn.

LOST Dark brown w....... )1.c.... Penney r...... Ft*. Florid will on Iko Ilk. dy ofIMloker ; (vs. NTT. rUiNlltA. TUB/ stays OF FUiHIHA TOIII l.-.. II, II, II r.tkBUD'S >
A 1>. IN5, I M IM T'". .M14 1. Mq.5n
ant In the Black Creek area. LIMA"new. Fk. $21-$51. I.... II .',...... r. M. lo I". <(<'lot foonlyCeo'lko IM r*' ofMI 1,11 t*
- - at Oreeo Cove "NIN' AaVMAU. |.****** It**** Park, FUrida
ta,. Answer to tbo name THK COfHT OF TH* .""' .*. ....,.,.. ......., Mid T!, AlA rmtl.JTUM A Mil Too are fceeek* B llwd Ikal
.' .K..t,." Reward offervd.'h IM COUNTY Jll.IK CLAYCOC'NTt iwAL aoTlcslr- liocloritlon of .,.111... appointaopcaleor MAVIMH CMIMd' OK aoil" ha. .... filed. ) aaaln*! ,.. GATE STATIONKFIIf1NFSNE
FUIIIU< ----- .. sad *k. .*rk order : TS11RN/ AOAIXrf alit, IU aad ie/aoois H. pns
....e tl4.m. 15.1.r PROBATE.IN 55 Ik* Peon 0-o>* proper. .All wire. u Ih* skim ai4 eons
N IN tal..1ELTON IM Jn OFJIIXfVHT nortlo lo lbs COM and at p,- 1.s ..* cce5 .f r.. 515 ...*. .d lh*| ar* keteky re- : ) : : -
K. kTIOXR. tkeeea.TV ..... .Hf"AMU F4JH CLAY lioo '.1.,..'''' -r appear end kt **<" irw>d *nd r*..trd t* pip.M.5 Caked) I* fit* year nwof wHkIk

loa SALEt I ....... borne A I- ('RlChIT.>Ka AMUAUAINOT (SIN ho keard al Ik* IMn. **d ....* I at .... ** *M daaMadikkk leek of Ikto .>oft and t. Horn Dvlirvry or '
delnldYe ** Sc *Haor *l 1. erv'. Ikoroof .
a cusp *BMI Ih
.n 2'4 acre I atllro p*.lh of I'IIUIONJI: / IUVI]'. CLAIMI PAID KIlo aRIEMAND I"1M $ aod each elfOs. .,* 1 ">*r not* loot IM octal ol plolcllrre .-> a**-* I' !It( HttnlNt J1rlllabll

Ge,. Can .prt.... .. Hlgb TATS Ye :aad .. Vk ., tae bee*. R.ALICE' Pw1ATI M. LAMIERTd.or : :r-:1.t*..*.-r.r..*ky* I.MINMIK.* .f acid PA5l1iAIAsM.o554..'....,. lor .be. .54 Mesh.a44re Mr**'tr1t tale.:f i'owtoy TfekelL I I'liono 2I4uroOn. :

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5baee rlakw ad) demaodewfckh pre. 0T11I: nr ..II...... *>irrm iN entitled! rocton er kefeeeIkleWf ,...... al fcto af/M U tMf ..... I, rtoflOe *ol .*u, .... ... Con It. OKECN fOVK
2$4 135. I/...UeAfLYTIof Mat *,ay). or.115..1 yeo may FUR FINAL tilx-NAIUIH OF t*. !"*. .. .*.. okelrtakC ort kaaaa *4 al4 C* leoeeeaior I. All Mil

ease aaalaet Ik* eels.. ., Rile AIMIr1IT11CTer Ml*, loleceet or |ia veor IOM* Co.o aVrioaa. fWtdVKki If ro foil lo Oo ... losses ,
: be. la aod I"Ik e5 *.U,*a moot fro* -- --" - lot ., MidCoaatr. mm _o.a ... of ye* hoe oamfeeo will U eel.todoolaH
PARENTS! Doa K. lie I* tko Ooontr Joda efnv TO .a.... WHOM IT MAT Ci"f.! aboo..orr.ta4 leede sad .Ik* liavo of 10 fir* MMwotlo* ie* f. 116. relief ...
tee bay. pen kHwtoi tko FtorM at hi or. 'Kits', .oo* Moeo why Ike Mote :f Ibis *." IM. too or 4 I* rk*> eoo>*l.ii
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from Ik limo ot>* *
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fleet fi IHInnmnn .'.' ko<, **... *. ... MIAlsrwhKllN :
diorlkara.. ..4 dv .4 a-oHewfce. A a tall f com LACTOBTF
lark claim or ...*od) shall k* for rtoal em.r. 55.sdss
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loa lo lbs ... plea f* oed I*
I will apply -
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a" run es. ..... ... od 1r CAkUlUt 55Ike WtTl.. a. .*.. a4 !
.OL his 5x**! or all*>ro... aodav .rovol ., tao M*>* for flool pPSYAN ..r' **
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wee pea cUl. or -" not >*r-* *a ='Lrl *
rest e.ul.g atteb a flMd ebihl b N J.I I'ee of ..* Ro..l. .. Allo 545a..i W. Na.rr .: t cu4.wb..L/.lei* d*/ ,.... ..... $foSMsDouble

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CHURCH NOTICE MURRHEE8 SELL The property was deeded to PEN DRANE PLEDGEDTO Sorority at the University of

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 7,000 ACRES Mrs Sylvia P. Oilman, of 700 ZETA TAU ALPHA Florida where she Is a Junior. I 1 'I I

SOCIETY O J. Murrhee and Sons have Park Avenue, New York City. AT UNIVERSITY OF FLA. majoring In speech_therapy

Cor. E. Houston St. a sold approximately 7,000 acres The sellers took a mortgage for 7

N. Magnolia Are of land In the southern tier of $310,800' at an interest rate PenJ Drane daughter of Mr. "The 1965 Dodge Coronet

GREEN COVE SPRINGS the County at approximately reputed to be under four per and Mrs A. H Drane has been station wagon offers more I
I pledged I
fry Zeta
Tau Alpha
FLORIDA $80 an acre, records filed In cent.The than 00 cubic feet of cargo:
Subject the County court house show properties in.the county _* t.SCO: A I. IKOTKB space

DOCTRINE OF ATONEMENT of St. Marys Craft Corp., have

October 18. 1964 recently been transferred to NOTKB APPLY or INTENTION rUM TO GREAT VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT!

R1HIGESALE the name of Mrs Oilman. \\ TO WHOM p
Murrhees said to II MAT CONCEIIV -
Paid Political Ad. The are and toUwrse LADIES WOULD):YOU
have paid about $14 an acre Clifford '
McCall Br
Notice' la LIKE TO OWN YOUR Super Right Boneless Beef Plamrote
hereby *lv n the the Imported Danish
HILL'S'' CORNERby for the property soon after underela-nod Petitioner.' '...e OWN DRESS SHOP IN Lb. Canned t Lb. Can
the close cf World War II. le Lake 14 rook I. PC
Sloe "", 'In the Olty of Keyetonof YOUR HOME TOWN
A rummage sale will be held ttorid.County. Int.nds*' to Clay apply, m"to CHUCK STEW 59f PICNIC IIII $1,59

HAROLD HILL "Pudgy," the porpoise at on. .Judge. .... ...
by the Woman's Society of / fh of the Kourll eA. V. "' "" -
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Candidate For Christian Service of the First Marlneland of Florida has given County Judicial, at tlrcuJl hie In and for Clay, ynll.,.A"........ w.N/N..n rw.en. .YNere .. 1 Super Right TenderCUBED Super Right Boneless Lb.
officea the l>u '
STATE REPRESENTATIVEThe Methodist Church on Saturday, birth to four calves since nl oolock' County A.M...Courthou.. at It:" .YN Naar,. ...nV1rW.... YN7.rM.ewNY ; STEAK 89t f CHUCK ROAST 69
at 3 on the luth day of ewe Naer.w < <
18th of October ...
the church build 1050. Her current offspring, November. . U"
October 17, at A >> III". or aa won ...... ,.w. ..... ..
pjn. Congressman William Ing, from I:00 AM. until sale named "Oordo," Is now four thereafter for an order ai changing he may be heard .ne...... ...., rw.,... _. Super Right, Lean Fresh Quick Frozen, Peeled AGround
name .w sore r
Cramer from Saint Petersburg ls completed. years old. from Georae Clifford McCall. It .rums...-_....".....,.-N e1aYTMme 2 Lbo I'Q. Derlened\ Bag 24 OB. Bag*
to Oeorve U'" '
fund Clifford ;
will address a Chapman by ree e1W..N : 3-
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raising dinner for the ClayCounty be which known name. he shall thereeftei me CMraa.f01. .c0a1. "" BEEF$1,29 F SHRIMP $1,79

DATED at Jacksonville. ,
Republican Party.Your I New Optometrist Dor
Ida this Ills day or OctoberOeorae MOl INfOIMAT ONE
candidate for State A p, lat. ..7I
Representative will I also Hlfford WcCall ..I,.
a minor
Petitioner ; ?
'. Betty Lee Chapman, natural \ BACON ;:
The VIA Womana Club sin mother and neat friend, ,.. l"(, 279c
t'I 111 Clark Stn.
charge of the dinner andit 1 Petitioner elti.
t'n'' Edward 8. Purl-Inn. .Jr. Iainbr1doa. G.
will be served at thli club. Attorney for Petitioner
141 Raat Adami Strict "StTER-RIGHT'MVES .: BEEF; SQUARE CUT
The seating capacity for the .Jacksonville. Florida IIIOIOrt. CHUCK
dinner U about one hundred II, 2a. 1Nor. INOTH'E P.O. Roe 157 Close

but arrangement will be AlMhua, FloridaCLAYTHEATRE -ROAST Trimmed 45c

made for other to hear --
or. PRO'ICICUIIIiIGI --- I.jb.i .
Congreaiman Cramer speak FOR 1IIH .IUII'or' HO ITO >'
Tickets available: at
either of the Goldwater. that the Hoard of County CoinmlMlonere : iiiiYiili: : EIGHT
of Clay County. Klor O'CLOCKtoffee
Holley Hill Headquarters In .
Ida upon petit Ion of a qualifie I
Green Cove Springs or Orange landowner. .will at 1:01): odcxk. .
AM on the *th day of Novem. i. 6ftft MAID i:
Park. This U an opportunity her. at the County Cotirthoux ; i iS
for tho e who wish t In Jr..n. Cove prln... (lay Green Cove Spring M VSTAMPS : Safe
County Florida eonnldrr and :err
to actively support the Idea del.rmtne' wh"lker or not the. Mon. Thru Thurs. 1 i. With thli" eoupoa a Pllrc..... of M tCn !

of a twp party system. I County*will and varate rlime.. abandon and will dlieontlnu r..- Previews' 7:30: P. M. ... ClllrlleaialHlroaSlrel Pk..f. .**.J.1{ ..

We wish It were powllble taste and. dlailalm any rluhl/ of Feature:SI P, M. !. Razor Blades N9c!) a 11m me
the munir and vublle In and to
to meet each voter In the I i" ..... ia.lT-44 e D
any lends or Interaeta therein j .
county and let him take our renulrrd' for road or hlchway (Complete Feature I:SO P. M.) I. ........ .i1I Tbr.. .... 0... .11 t
nuroue0e or .,"11"...." up..n anymap .tf.r.jfLI.IAG'
measure personally, but or Diet. rix'ordwl In the I'" P., J.' 3-lI.IAG
I Public ll i+rnrd of Clay Pounlyrinrlda . Friday I Feature. 7 and 9 P.M. ,iIr.5.Kc .nry g: LP
numbers being what they ....
thoee .certain' ..,...e. or --
Sat. a Sun t P.M. Continuous p.iu;
art It Is physically 'Jmpon- rngd ": Clay County C
: :r'bllll1f Ri '
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Ible. So to compensate we I Plerlda dearrlhed, aa more fnllawatA perliioul.rly ; t'"Mim 69 $199.i

will get s copy of our platform Dr. R. Carter That part of Adams HtrtMhown {lied. Thurs. and Frl. Extra
Timothy 2
II in the plat of Oct. It, IS and II t.II
Into the hands of everyvoter Oren.. I'ark Itl ...nod fL
and ask them to consider rerorded In'Plat llnok I. VMrWSalarday Plaid Stomp -,
OITOMKfollSTQ naa 15. mibll" r por4< ol
the benefits that will ; ,Clay rountv "''or III.. Ninew..t.rle "RoDlfsofl rusos IUIia i
With this coopoa purchase of IT,
of the wut.rlr| ;
come to the people of our rlvht nf way line of Bute' Mars" lu a 1o... Owe s 0. ."....' Special! Jane Parker Lemon .r 1.Lb.1.01.
county If they will' 'prov"? EYES EXAMINED 0 CONTACT LENSES Road' No tl 00 .w..e.r Ace Yen: O./.e er It4 -
that no longer can any !no- I II. That.. ai flirt shown of Kln on..the'-' f Avenu >IMef (UUl'hc Silt me 13 P PEACH PIE I 39".
..... ta1T 54 IM i 1 i ,
litlcal party or nol'tt'sl Ora". Park It/de.. .1' ....
any I Now: Drown Building wood rernrded In plat Kook ) .....U.N T. Lewtel.. III
Special| |! I .
Mrttturt9ttiA 1-Lb. Os
candidate can take them for\ 1110 Highway 17 Orange Park, Fla. I. peae II, publlo: rerordn '
(ranted. Those who of Oaf County, Horliln. Oct. 17IE:1l1LliSURf iIII1IIMFala! ..
agree which II.. within rioveraaient I .I t. BAR CAKE 1.129'cacrcttIIIIn'
with us, ire ask to tell their OFFICE HOURS Section II. Tnwnehlp __ _____ I I ?
1:00.1:00: : Monday thru Friday 1:00.11:01: Saturday I South. Han** IS Bent, l .
friends, to tell their neighbor ,
aid sari of Klnanley Av. j Special! Ions Whole 1-Lk. Cans
that this Is their chance Evenings by Appointment enue balms bounded .n the ( Ikl4'd6N1R R !
I'I f .!:lri i
Pant by the weaterly nuts .
to throw off the yoke of I Telephone 4-411 No ef way II. bounded line of on state the south Ilo.d C''IO': ...,...IIIMI.... / 215 i GREEN BEANS 4-45
one partylsm. :
i Iyhc sortie line *4 the I STAMPS
Rj! Green Giant Golden
il eaaterly portion of lat Special! It-Os Cans
I Hawk.. I. HMttlon: .. kld,.:: and wail tale n/.a Lrise..p ..... ., M
wood w.enrdine 10 the plat ;; NIB LETS CORN 6. 99
theraf n.urd.d iii UNdHook' 0.1. "'-" Si I I 1 <
y l, sage ell. publkre .r ctII- FLOUR 5 lbb bug !
erda of clay Cuuety .. S ks.1 Snltsna Yellow FrvmUne Mb. 13-... elli
rlurhla.' bounded on the Ju, l0.Ir..4

The World on Your'Doorstep. Saline Horthweet beumlu-y Illdae-wood the of aeutheaeterly Let .II... ..., I 1 rrrrrr" si;:' PEACH HALVES , w

. curdles te In the Hat plat Hook Ih.renfraurd.d I, / L Kj'.....MiHlUJ.aleKJ:.Helnllj

vaae II. Debit rerorde: of NI'KCIALI BW'KIMUGHT); LUNCHEON:
tier ('ouat,. Florida, end

1 hounded II" the norlhwretrrly 4" the aoutheael boua. Sunday thm Wednesday 12.Oz.

r- < Itlda-ewnitfl deny of Ixl. aocordlna II Section to> the I. Ort It a tl MEAT 3 Can $1.00

fiat thereof rooordvil In
I lint Husk I. "... II. pul>. THE CARPETBAGERS
'" Florida lie rwnrda, of Clay County' Spt'(' aJl CampLoU'ii Chicken Xoollo, Clitckon AVith Rico or 'cg. Beef

Pereona laterrated may appear (Adult Entertainment) 1
and be heard at the time and! Bakesand u---:: .
I'i tare above. eDorlfledTHM SOUP 6 =; 1.00
luiAltn It" (()tiNT'
'OIINTY, .OIllI"1A. GeorgeFrppard
I I I.I Aj I. ChairmenCR n" Louie. ... Iinll.yr SPECIAL! ALL VARIETIES: : AXX 1'AOH CAKE;

I I rtt Sal \Oreal'HY *....YONOK he Circle TREEPIRATLES 1 'Lb.

j\ .1 aI Or.Allures,.,. Park for Florida rUllont.i.. ARC COMING! I MIXES 4 J kKII.: 99c

,t r--H '

: ( Extra Pane Firm Ripe
j --

Al'I'US: I'oAUS);

1 t ,,4I r' 2 lBS129 2 LBSI 29

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--I N Punt\ Ripe Eastern Round

'" 1'UTITOESr :

. ... .,, .-'I-. I I SENIORITY : LBl 19 10 LESS 45
I sou .....

Tht Influent and power of an, Individual Senatorire
largely' determined by tht SENIORITY he hat Jonathan 4-Lb. BM Flamlnc Red Toby

attained. Without adequate Seniority he has little APPLES 39f GRAPES .2 2 21BS,25
round to hop for assignment to important II I I I 1. I 1 1 II 1 1/ 1 <

commltttet. Without seniority his! influence In

tht Senate l It rtatl/ limited Hawaiian. I qt. 14 oc Nn Btia Base Bars Uortonl Frown 1 ft.

rf>cii ik ZEST SOAP . I/4U PECAN rill lie

j Holland Ranks 12thIn Valley Gold I M. Ctn Detergent giant siaeDRCFT Htlna Btralned 454 a Jar

t )i III, i4 I Liquid Detergent gt site hot
e YID 4 Y Genial gUwt tUse bnrvoRV
,, the order of Seniority In the DemocrMk m mbeahlp &n JOT . . 1*.
4 Rt y of the S Mtt. His (Influence. wpet lencl Drtergmk giant

and powerful wok haw gabled him mtmbejrthlpon Aluminum Pull U ft roe orrrxn. ., we"8eantUa tic t) oe. bottle

Utt powerful Committee of Appropriation, REYNOLDS WRAP . Ue Detergent TaI*.. It list rtX-A-DRIMl teLfcratdCfeuwr

Agriculture and rortttry, and Aeronautical and I nrnt giant BUM ALTO Tie UccbolUe

Space Sciences all tf which' art of particular IVORY LJQ11D 6!. PreaWa Elrtertent ilL CLtAr lie

Important to Florida and to yow II. 1M of .K. CVtmr I Rt( set 4/ Oft > l.. t .*. boa OMMST giant ale botcosfrr

cltinni.REELECT. ric v SPAN U. DC1 ,lie' s/1**
You take it for grunted yet antldpate arrival and fret U it's lata. Its .
CoW King mm S oc pgOMION laundry OrtertmtItajtf UquM Detergent gt uae bo*.

contents inform you make you happy and thoufhtfuL Day In, day out P.Id P.EIhs i--ss R w.IM..l Tier MM Pat PvMNbeeO RINO . 10 stse bra Tnauu. .u.

eXralUn Krtafiy 1 o\sn tie E.1b..t lib. PU.MZAL .
brings the world of to door
your newspaper news your Up.
4 (EMBERS tt. I4t.fglti1 toot\ stse bo< COSY .ST.

I October 11 to 17 is National Newspaper Wcok. And we are happyto SPESSARDU. For CooaU. w Balsas CHEER nUortdnl I'UIIoIMIt7 ButtrmAI
I IlL In..we. I Proven S ... et taD
Join others across the nation in saluting the mm and women of the CRISCO OIL
newspaper profeaaion who work so diligently to inform and entertain us.

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