The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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System ID: UF00079902:00148

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Smile }johns-Manville Is Here Health Center Dedication

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1 Burns Huntley

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Th' 13overnorelect lUydon Burns topped his lubernatortsl President campaign ntanatrer In the County and his son

candidate by nearly two to one In the County' voting on In-law. James Norton U chairman of the County Demo

Tuesday when 64 SI voters went' to the poll. critic committee> U"I noteworthy that Norton running
Gouts L Huntley of Orange Park was elected to the without opposition for the Small Claim Court lot 3662

State U-glsUture with 83 per cent of the vote He faced votes with a record 3128: abstaining,
s the first Republican candidate for the Legislature> In the Actually the election In the County was notable for

1 County a htator,. the large number of voter abstaining where, there wa no

.t, -JI. Senator Barry Ooldwater took the County vote by a opposition Eleven! Countywide candidate received less votes
t tt
comfortable margin The Imposing lead taken by Gold than abstentions.
water was. widely, regarded ai a non-confidence vote In the The chart below Indicates the vote by precincts and the

Y ._ M County Democratic leadership T. J. Jennings WM the number of voters abstaining In each Instance.

TanHUle FreeliMts I I 1 4 I I T I I IB II II Total Abat
The County public health rm. DOW developed _
into a broad and comprehensive one Dr. Wilson T Bows Lyndon Johnson tD> . . . . , . 837: 326 :2069 39 40 ::1110 619 'II 402 142 ::1011 :2911 I None

der, State health officer told approximately 250 peraon Barry Ooldwaler. tR) . . . . . . . . . . 100 3 5Speaitard ua 10 II :II 41S 1n 811 301 103 231: I un
The J.hns-Mandlb Ilk by tbjs week WM beginning "
ef Sunday at the official opening of the new 1115,000 HetlUk << IlolUnd . . . . . . .. .. . 743 413 279 IA 110 18& I' 160 I12S023d'li2iiiClaude
to take aspect. App..dmatel yard
en.a aw..veel. "ridge ef hills surrounding Center R. Kirk IR . . . . . . . . . . 2M 177Haydon It II 20 1 240 3$7 2S IU UII III 1111
earth have been forming .
the'n. >r* pUnt site. These ridge* will new be.die PraUInf! the Count,* program which he tailed tV Burns (IDI .. . ,. . . . .. . . .135 161 130110.&naemllr31I f'2I1aa 2i-rni
trfbatcd and graded! _over the pert,. first amall county to Include In IU public health mutltyi C. R Holley (tRI) . . ... . ... ... .. Ill 36 III 13 21 IS Iii CD1 211 20a III 118 2142
program the car of the IU at home recalled that for . ui--W-ai-4i--S30 ,..Cea -- nf: lIS 21's fiT
Louis UHuntley tDI . .... .. . . . . 04042
more than '0 year the County ha had s public' health Harold Hill (lit) " . .. ... ... .. . .. . . 48._27 120 .42 J1 12. a82 119 4. 221. III lIS 23011
nurse. The late Katherine Canova served a* County -- -' - w
health > I; Carl Moneley (cD)l . . .. . .. ... ... .. 410 35. 2&- 2r--
nurse before the establishment of a department.
Harold Holbrook tR> .. .... ... ...... ,".. 111D. 110 180 .IIS
characterised _
Dr. A. V. Corlngton who WM by Dr '
Sowder u one of the finest health officer In the United R. Matthew . . . . . . ... .. .. ... . l'"n-ma'f" 09 ao f'r -.if--13rl.-nu-i1

State, said he felt the group attending the brief cere Tom. Adams . . . .... .. ... . . "1i' "'IH2 2 ell 112 4S 1110 '41a2"t t ll' 21f'se'r 2ao"iJ.

monies wa aubaUntlally rut down by a drenching rain Edwin Larson . . . . . . ... .".IMl'i1SoI.. 4 ,nCef 31510 24 1032 -3150
that went on all day Charley E Johns . . . . . . , .. . . ii'2if: -2 4e ni4sjaT".--' 23S-iu-rii'ii
Becky Ruth Campbell, Mia Clay County cut UM -'
Oeoreg U. Carlisle . .. . .. . .. . . JLJ1? ? J.l! U DII )3520 663 'IIeilif 24ri 23'S3I1S
ribbon opening' the building. Dr. lUueell Jensen' presidentof -
tt ,, v 1 x the Clay County Chamber of Commerce noted. a* master> Jennings ),Murrhet Jr ...... . . .. . ",- uiio--2321.1114Uf--'ii -.of2'f. : -1- 313$

of ceremonies, and Dr. Sowder wai Introduced by County Jess Tynes . . .... ... ..... . It 190 sso 20i4.a.f4u"3'.. 7. -U, 111if lii2ii

Commiiaioner Chairman Louis L. Huntley. Thomas J, Riven . . . . .. . .. . . .]j 72 l-35 Fjl3 /1 r ..342--U---1I i- -m-m ""jfii

Dr. 'Sowder said In the early day th County health Louis' Smith ,. . ,. . .. . . . . 71-U2101 -a0l3--4S.e 014. ..f"10,000 m UU Jln

program worked prtnC'tpa1l1"'th veneral and communicable Wayne Oelger! . . . .,.... . . . . . . .7tw 309"o1 001 ui.faIiIH- lal Tif-u"ii-Jfi.
disease, children and expectant, mothers. Recently how. -- '- -' -
ever malaria ha* disappeared from Florida, PollomyelitU Lewis Wilson .. . . ..,'... . . .. . . 671 390 '.Iii ii..- /0 ." $23 1 f ,IU- -13S-2isi 1m

has become a minor problem and the death rate from tuberculosls James Uorton .. . ..... . . . ... ... 601 311. -14'i >34> 62: $li---'U- 18'.2J"2.if: rui

has dropped from about 10 deaths> per 100,000 Luther E:, Wilson . .. .... .. . ... . . _!?L-1.. l7$ .fa1.. .... 1111' 10 i-"u ,as' .i u''ji.t" 3504
person 20 years ago to one-tenth of that at the present Marvin Oreen .. . .... .. . . .. . . I7T 104Lanny 1016 .. 39 ...i'nl'II 3$1 $3 -.U"--1111'11

time. Lancaster . . . .... ." . . . $if 301 US i.l lt I"tole- ---. 161 10. ni an.i
Due to expanded service he added public he.lth. - '
Glenn Allred .. ," . .I ll' 'li $i-". -af $.4.2t' f u 71 ...rl'jiijp.
The hag, sprawling kIWI llodf. .win b* "...it ... worker are Interested people with cancer heart diseaseandw 7""r.it-a : 211 '; ,u jf:4101'J: : 301' I13i ill'L.E .iJ
mental and
Viwts.HttM.dajMiUaenU.art ._ _.
'a anreiimatrly 1S1'II fo These N.... the tretgtVor .
Archie . . . '.0. 3/1/1 ...
to .
tearp.... Mae an being drive .lab the cad which Maid helping people let to the hospital when they seed Russell' -

to bo *. fin. It .b difficult t to drain.. Fr this ...... to and are even helping with payment of bills. Jam**) KnowWtl, . :. . . 191_. ______ ..__ _1. 10 io.
drainage. ditches have .... dg aB aroand uN kite.James Dr. Border also praised the work ., retbwj Cbtof Art"* Fadgett. .7!,... . ..... .. It.. . In loi uio 12oi ..
Sanitarian Rillardl Cameron who spent M year with the "'
Roy ChaaUen ... . ., . ..,.. ... . --2'1.. $ tjj--------.ia-
department. He pointed out that Mrs. Mertl UClalr. headof -
R. D Cunningham . . . . .. II 41' 412
the nursing/ staff wai recently aelerted for a World " .- -_-- ,.,-

Health Organisation Fellowship, traveling In many eoun John D. Hall . . . ,.., .. . . . ... ---a--. ,a .
-- -- --- ------ - - --- -- -
tries In Europe to observe health work. Henry Dohannoll,1.. 66"IndleaUs

II* also praised UM County Commiaalon for Iii fort .- \ Ahitalner who faded 10 esercls their privilege to tart thetar balkM.
sight In erecting the building and for Its financial supportIn

the past
The county he said. ls now appropriating 10 times
SSr the amount It did at the time the health department was CARNIVAL DRAWING PANCAKE $t'3tER. NOT. .I Zcllncr Thanks Utilities

founded. .__________ The drawing for UM bUcyde. The Rotary Club of Ores
cucrtvE: : aritvire 130.M grocery order Cove Sprint .1U hold a Fan

CIIARU K. BENNETT OmCE: CtOICD MOV.'.11 and electric blanket, which cake Supper Monday from 1:30: The latest Iwo. of ". ,Id. Public Fowtr News, the

P.TA MEETS TONIGHT The $!BelecUT Service of. wa to have token place at to l3fl: *.m. at the MHhodMOuirvh monthly magaitM of Florid Municipal Utilities Associa

Chart 1:. Dennett School'! flee In Green Core Spring the Carnival! on Saturday R4urtlonal: Building. that uot6. Oreen Cove City M*"agr lien EeUner en "the
P.TA will held a tneeUnc at win be rlo *d from Hovern evening win be held st the TIM fanrake Puppet Is an raaon for the eoeUUon'i silatence."
7:30: tonlsr'ht. An Interesting ber I through November II.Uoy Junior High PTA ia.... annual event of the Rotary
uid bemflU' the. RoW II .ss through the aaMUatkxi pal s hilt crew from
profnm ls planned and there win report Friday Ins on November It. You
will be s report on the Hal morning as .l>e4uled.. do not have to be present chulanhip Fun4 a the m.bnawe. moved IMO Oren Cove si the end v.llhlI"1Iur
: ,
and .
helped slean up lee wreckage.In .
loween Carnival to win. John' Junior c.n.,..

.. a ballet" 1st Mae. M. Cunningham, tiaeutlve swretaryof .
it tits ........tIIwI, Ian..., wrote: I enjoyed your' short

ElaineCarter flail M. SalunUy. afternoon sn4 I appreciate\ ywurUwughtlumew -
Activities Honor
UM, I It) orojecjl ..fI'II.' < .. ***. fr O. F, Woed.so Homecoming In caning bf to survey the deansIn our

**. of Jacksonville UM peters seaUrarters MI too ..... .*. .,...

IIIOMIS lite rolressoU wttk Harvey ......*., .vase "Your blps/ sending UM Klastmmee tine Brew to
.f Clay B.Udis>g $*,.17. whtth is ..,.lrlag UM huaber. Janis Eschuk and Steve Loner 0'.... Cote Spring" t* halo '*s out of our tbctrtea. rflfneut

- UM sars cltrsao of th* prepay M* "......d eoJy s UM WM lerUlniy a Ufe-tater to the peopl4l t ef our ...... aauWly.

few soak**. .. ladian ,......* M4 *.. II.'''' aJUgslerkick f"With

. It bfhtved. to to about. II yean .... The sBlgaU was Uwlr fC frkienl. week mke, was restored //

tuned over to SUIe CoweervatlM orTUcn. .In reeerd ....... I bate just sent Itoy lUnael (si KlMimmsok I

a shed let IN bill rvnare4 by the City .f Klatimme. and C
a note M UwnU."I .
. ,' :, MI very ....... of IK* mmk.rshlp said vhtsU bai.son
First Baptist To Hold Revival the. esp.1' my .(n.. wring the Cllf ef ores. Ceve I*

a meeker *f the FtorU. Murusiprl &'.ulu.. AssMUtlosi."

John Ashley Woodtious, ae toO services have found thmniinlsterlng e ;" n Hen 3>Unr, City Manager.Yours .

claimed. as *o* of the aatton1 In Moody Mnnor.Ul E .S ..iIi truly,

moat afterUv .......U and Church, Chicago: Art Institute 1Ar. 11list.
Buskiasjs, wO open a Cnssads AodHortuoa. Orirolt ,.. a.
lor Christ at the Wet Baptist Calvary BapUM Ctau th. ew .4 -

Oiurclfc Onto Cove, o* ear Tort CUy: ......'* Church.

day. Toronto: Carnegie lUfl. ?cave .
amtm. wffl fee hU at T:6I kurghi WUUasa Fart Atnphl Burlington Industries Report''

Mdt raids nest west. Sunday. u....... SL ..$. ......... and on

Utmwh. the toBovtng Sunday.Wootfhouae the steps of the .... CapHol ,
** career o. a be K .....!. Minn.T IKirknsbM* r......,., taw, h4 r .ortMl reseed sal**

comreaatton and church lwt>dr __. accorCbAg to the .. Corif. Clay Mtsh's Hiojniailsg Weds (Mil", KMwso .1113 billed for IU ftaeaJ jnr ended Qner I.AMwtfug J
Schools. hoowaaOfig OasneM: takisw th* Mans. .ee.... Si ,lie tliomsaiim. Oa Lit Frtday >y '
began .... he was 11 ywar Rr Jo* AJache, pw or ., the Clay Kit* I* Charlie r, """. Jr, r a A tent "1 led I I"
old to Paytssy O.,he tvtlono .. Cbwrh bees Weodhooa Is a game Lest Ftlday MM! n Is sis roort4 that Eddw Paul I. |.huh ft her p"da.ea5,. FWtoewf. slew see B.r... .lor the
tmv "ikt. earn'M year were MpMTIo |41I
so4 Mo-ronfomM. m bnsttvtdiM. was prwiKhd hy uvttM seostpfeVMd T.""' awtrayal ef MMRoger tae sad. ,... Kwooa.: ...ni.4 ..,1M.,,,,,, ebs v b
aw oarfeh seven 7anbier aKa**, up front II II IA the year a/tter,
hi tfte aaM ctty he .ader. ill who *snhrac. a stfwog slidpencoal s bf stodenu with a ss.y .. Ko *a o.*. .r, leaders. ** )I,. ad MMS label IrMCMaaxy '

look UM bwOdUK oflarisr anted farm to the soMfilgn* |*ns Of eewny-aaK< ye. bar.arswd. At lh totifire. Mi, sad MMLoralne t mir. "UH" the juarttrty dividend. from I) to 40

ciMsR* wtta a ...rdy. ly af Oad, To *ots e. fee My ...... g.1 wwe.conned, M -e sad 1ReMen cs.-. Vy UH yaws teases OtherMMlvre ft.>4...
chef attendaan of 89*. be a coatiwotraul flgw.. The B soi.o. lng apse. tar W...., ..Ki* of RwlbMlra4r1L ., tht .... rev. mr af U. fcwU.a ....
1I_.M... rn de M Mr dldsw. .....* bf. UM Madealbody ThW, hoMV. Is ..* eMod wtUt eras Th. B>.M. else Mte.d M ta..orU M lh Mr"f* aU sone....dtd am. sale* for the year wen
he fcnhfd
loll mi an evenIitrf
.....,..11.>.., ... ... el .
.d e4 gwl> byIWrt ....whew limn 'Naabt1 QM O'S Cowl ann:: M.Mn an aceresimaUly 1123 MOton
.*.)er1 (.. ttatovi. N. T, Alaefae ..... the atmemy sod .*..: Ksy MADM, KSWo.hCUhtO. $oo SOON boy e as
orgewr of hie M **IO% mat CUuo Cysts, IM- a ail. N l ......., de'Y ,.,... IndUM* .** *.*,dd IAeak1n Meet Mal*. MO frees !6.143| flour. Th anal regent year, .tt WM pointed
encttn t Lars ebwrh two
3*ar* later *ndrvortwd I ssatwst5ega {ht STOP of ht faaoort .... rain Wirko.ad liana MrUSL .dreL ,4 tM year for flr' 4 pass. Aipttebartl.r/ il.pv, Nay FrtfigJ, iKorol* cut. M 13 te.M t43, .to led INI yt.r,
4sf .... Wes&ad. .. wWda a. sadietn both In exam and Mowom of Ui* Oanas the "isXrt* ov Jaass 9.- tdsa.l.d horn bsn4tsd I...... ..... TI" sal Me. EatatW an llJUja* stuir** view lWr400. Phases

Into thranls ofwostten --. c-1. .in W wail .Wo lonlsr. Fny atWwaMi w bt th* DisrtAsi lh* hatfuote FrUif Clay NVh/e giant s.....
Uratt 3UVr.
Hew Tart SU4.* ...... A cerUhn. fonrOoii rhsrae.his wet*
FMtootsig Owe ". IIrtM h Joan Clavlord.. >igr> *mre sad. O.y KHh B...... th aawosJM Nigh FUtn Cart v *** a*. 1INIte" out. UN t.... lard thai Nth tot.** and rnlfigf rtaettM nrw high t

ojgoVJtkw> *..,. oral m .gm".rv vwnvktrttod --. pwa.,..q fNe otsctsgry of a.CTrMo Chrto tUrtsMn. frwhsMM.Thwwlar > scat, a.rad* ...."..... d OUOj+.4 *. th fl M. MO>*NOd bt tht Cwvii Utw ........ .*h Mar 4ttteretfis4 ...td. *omc.,.,. Meytrg a...,"1ht* Com*

to CMiad. torts theUM. &hj the frMaivoiliof Oayf fftsvth'vr e...... wed the the )t.ft BrtM.t aMto ......W .. sad w.. iwortod t* |h* ...,.... etarda0 3LJt. Vt.twMdnwow pea', faeutu fr the year rtfWUd UM blip .level af thoMttoMl

1l1tA dsrson.An !--- .......... ieenrerln. .. roar >* lUBy s6 .........*. CUM Pretest Fart. ....,. N she. e taao ..... ..... BMiosMe tie M Dreg were etoMmy, tjmeratty fires U lil* dasnand and
Asrvka ... CWte... 04 was the 4enjvhoa tI "" oriisoled. If the ..,... ......... TVfO wore fhot. I.* I>>fIt hy ...ry sVoiMi*. oYw .... by icy tAwity cJJ arilOsey setae*. kwethtr with, |h* goersttogt Improvement realbwdtnm

urorsilaast letal .. u.. far h,ill ISMS****. OSM ctrl hew. tar oar* of th* parade hiss BioJar. .... ... ...*.... by Paul J* bU- Lsay, soMtmitM suiatUt espied"


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PAGE TWO QUay! (!tOUtlh1\! (BTeCCttt! ___ THURSDAY OCTOBER to, "ce

( QTouuiOitesteuf:: The Christian In Politics Green Cove Springs City Jail City's Oldest Employee

The Rev Dr. George By Reward And Fire House

"You preachers amaze

me," said a business man r.
rte .
by DUNCAN GRONER to a preacher friend' of f ,

9' mine "Instead of ,
Our political passions are spent now and after wnat has giving -- '-.r.-
seemed an Interminable and sometime dirty fray we have 4 you
harp on how we operate
at last a duly elected President, a friendly governor and a ,e
(;, our business and preach on
freshman legislator. ?P "

It may take weeks before It Is fully realized that the Integration w u -
"Well" answered
Republican party today is a vast, debt-ridden shambles. '
friend "that la
; Just about
This has been foreseen by all but the wishful tinkers' who .I'
the Marxist notion of religion
somehow to the bitter end believed their man might perform ,
: purely a private
his bolt on,
a miracle and make the grade H shot
matter solely concernedwith
personalities to the exclusion of Issues and sordid as some .
the next world and.
of the personalities sounded as he described them, Messrs.
as long as the. Churches ... ;
Estes. Baker and Jenkins cut no real figure In the outcome. .
behind the Iron CurtainDR.
The tragedy for us, I believe, ''s that the Republican I IaTkTh
stick to the other world
party Is now cut to shreds just u It was beginning to ea.tabUah GEORGE P. HOWARD !
they are not molested
In the South Of all the Southern politicians .
a "You are the salt of the earth" said Jesus to his disciples .
Ooldwater's side the smartest was Oovernor Wai- :
on But what good is salt >I' it never gets out of the
lace of Alabama. He wished Ooldwater to win but knew he TITTTI
saltcellar It Is our Christian duty, not only to pray but to
basis of self.
couldn't and hedged any declaration on the
work for in social
justice relationships, for a more humane
determination. He would not, he said, put the onus of his Richard R. Rivers, the City's eldest mploye, a flnt
economic system, for the spread of education and for peace

unpopularity on any cand'datfl.' Alas, Ooldwater didn'tneed between nations The Church Is to act In society as asocial Is also Its fire house end maintenance coutln of Judge Thomas J. Rhea, says the jail buildingwas
that onus he had his own built In. Green: Cne's city J.II

Yet Ooldwater's vote In the County was not so much a conscience; It should proclaim that the world' beat hop.. Situated directly below the city water tower, originally the City's power plant Rivera began workingfor
Is never good enough. That any industrial order that
vote for Goldwater . he had no real organization that. failure Its ground are regarded as among the moat beautiful In tbe City In ills when he was St yean old
makes money but unmake men U a and that a
raised funds and made Goldwater speeches It was, I
Church that no longer reaches out, passe out. the city, Tb Jail ha three cells six cots, ne bath. City
vote against the President. His personalcampaign
believe, a protest J. and While It U true that we cannot legislate morality we guests ire fed from Chaney' Cafe ("No choices, they eat
manager In the County was T Jennings
the chairman of the. County Democratic Committee was can legislate condition that are more favorable to morality what they're served.). There Is ne explanation for the 11111111111111111111111111111 111111111 1111+++

James T, Norton. There limply was no leadership In the Political questions are always both moral and technical; pretence 6f tbe cross, NEW ODORLESS DRY CLEANING i
they. do not lend themselves to rule of thumb answer
Presidential vote on the local level (Crescent Photos by John Oroner)
Goodwill alone cannot solve them. There must be knowledge -
As to Governor Burns, It was Inevitable that the foolish
and the ability to judge what U possible a* well a*
charges leveled against him by his Republican opponent
what t.! right Nothing 1 Ia more irreligious than Irresponsibletalk
would product a backlash. Burns Is a close and an old
about politics
friend of the County and we shall be, on January 1, In the I 'vA
The present political campaign was fought out with
unusual position of having a powerful friend In Tallahassee
fierce animosity and unrelenting vigor Decisions In this .
I don't believe Governor Burns can be expected to ;
life are hardly ever, clear cut choices between good and
perform miracles, instantly bring a blue chip company to
), But It will be a evil. The Christian will' seek to Inform himself; he will .."r+. .
Green Cove (or Keystone MIddlebuig. CLEANERSHelm
accustom himself not only to listen to his opponent, but .J
happy novelty to have someone In the Governor's mansion : .J
he will try to understand him The Christian may belong :
residents of Clay
who does not despise us because we are
County. to some political party, but he will always remember that

he Is God' man His absolute obedience is yielded to none 1111 II I .
And finally as to Louis Huntley, he will face a Job that
except to God He must not be a cantakerou Individualist'
no one will envy, though someone may envy him his new"position"
nor a spineless ya-man Over each decision he will pin

Abraham Lincoln' phrase, "As God give me to see the
His first treat battle will be to salvage his own job
the reapportionment fight.If .
The pressing necessity of the present time I II to preservethe
clean-sweep reapportionment -
the Supreme Court does not force a
"union". In th's' privileged America of our we must
bill on the State, Huntley may hold his
create a patriotic order In which contest-the heart of all
job against the bit city legislators who seek to cut downon
Important advance can take place with chivalry and
thermal. county representation.
honor Between Christian, since all our opinion are par Funeral Home
If he holds 'It he faces then as a freshman legislator,
tlal there will be difference: but we must not let them
the problems of committee assignment, of adjusting him.
his destroy the bonds, the unity of faith Wt must be "one nation. ftI CHARLES HELM
self to the Infighting of a legislative body some of political
and of ." fo rthere 1s much to do We think that we enjoy the
naivete will have to rub oft rather quickly) |
h'ghest' standard of living, Prof Commager our distinguished -
says Funeral Director
the pressing problems of the County lie will need to work The brick structure was built In 111* when A. II. Bell
historian "but the Scandinavian countries and
actively and aggressively with the County CommUs'on' ;
mayer.'The bricks kiln-dried In the brickyard ef
Canada have a higher; we assert that our medicine U thebeat was were
with the Green Cove city commission In their Industrial Phone
284 9Gx
Indicated here In the world, though. our country U llth In Infant the late Will HendrU-ks en Houston Strr t. The present -
problems And more than anything, u I have ,
mortality; we "maintain that our form of government U the stricture took the pla before, he will need to establish a rapport with the people ill GB.EEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA

the Florida Development Commission' another old woundin best/though not one of the some 59 new nation has seen which stood where Carey's Florida Trader warehouse new IIWY II EAST .-'... *. "'"-+> p. O. BOX ill '
fit to if
our relationship with Tallahassee stands Orange Avenue
--t11Ietttf1i When anxiety II I great, when tension U high when uncertainty -

prevail and emotion set like a mad dog, let the w ..
Christian Church be the spiritual gyroscope on which society -

to 170 Giittor will\ be able to find steadfastness and healing when the .,N.

great battles are over,

To The Crescent i iX

wish to take Issue with your editorial ("PotU kiter") of Joins Roberts Chevrolet Sales Staff

Thursday October 19, lift. You stated "I shall vote for Can'BANK

President Johnson . Granting Mr, Johnson Is a political You

opportunist, granting his brief regime ha been marred by

unsavory scandals, granting till conduct of our affairs _

around the world leave something to be desired," etc Your

logic I Is quite baffling Political opportunism scandal, pur

poaeles foreign policy are quite valid reason for not votingfor

Johnson Or do you condone such things On OurChecking

We need a statesman not a political opportunist; we :; r

need a mall who stands up for morality In publlo and prl--

rate life not one who shuts off the light to hide the dirt;

we need a foreign policy and domestic policy ded'csted' to

the preservation of American freedom and to the extension -

of freedom! to those who desire It, not a purposeless "no ."

Win" policy of accomodatlon. We need Barry Ooldwater, 'I, ;

Next, you ,stated The fact remain he (Johnson) hat, ",: . 1 "

by and large, stood up for the right course most of the snM.
time Would you care to elaborate What evidence can
Heater Newell who retired as a Navy Chief last anaiee,
you cite How when and where ha he "by and large stood
bas beta added te the sake. staff ef Eeb rte Chevrolet .
up for the right course most of the lime"! Next you stated Services : ,
Newell I native ef Bearcat*** lit has Hvee 1st Greece
"It la no food to pin over the dear dead day that Barry "
tee since IISI whoa he was tint stationed at the Navy
Ooldwater keeps talking about; they're dead and the tide .,
base bin II. and hie. wife base Iwo daaihimt IMUe.
U irreversible God forbid that morality, Justice.\ Individual . .
I' yean eld a hater. at FWridt Stale ITnlvecBUn I andNaacy .:..: '
freedom and responsibility the "dear, dead day* that
17, a settler at Clay High Newell. subset any .**.
Barry Ooldwster keep talking about) ridiculed deadl/
art a* .
view. sake eiaertenee, **.ld hie. first ear 'la bJa. fleet wkatsUbert "
"And the tide I* Irreversible"T Ye at long a* there are *. 'it i iBesUle <,

mediocre deftatist newspaper.

Heat, you stated Ooldwater has shown an almost Hou .
dlnl-like nothing Think of the tremendous cost of maintaining the -'j
ability to get out of untenable position by re

wetting his attitude for political gain. Again 1 ask federal bureaucracy to administer theee federal programs

for evidence! What attitude hat he reversed When The people's Ui money I Ie returned. to the people minus. this . 'f: HA.

You also tanned the John Birch ?Society "a craty eon. tremendous administrative cost. Purthtnnoe. who would .

llomtraUon of lunatic fringe." Precisely what research. more readily recognise the Individual needs of a state oroouaty ; J. J

did you do to arrive at that description Or do you makes a Washington bureaucrat: &, appointed. ever whom providing you with the mod convenient, ute way to handle,

you have no control, or a state or county official who i
habit of taking someone else' misinformed Opinions\ If chtkinff terrier Include
oar such !
should be more sensitive to the public need (if he wants money special feature a. peronilizcd
being against a well organlced. treacherous: International ... "

movement (communism! ) which. clearly and boastfully aisles hi Join) check, and envelopes for making deposit by mail -
loA for "X doubt that It will do .
that It gate to destroy the religion and God In whom 1believe your statement, day 't. W

\ and tetkt to subvert the freedom and political- County' any good If IU vote Ie I east for a ...,." I believe

that most of the voter of day County value their Individual !
economic& system whose frulU X now enjoy because many IX ..J SEE US A BOUT A CIIICKIXO **
American before our Urn were willing to die to secure vote too much to waste 'It by jumping on anyone's' T. COME ACCOUNT rOD.!Yt
theee bleaalmi! ; and If standing for morality, freedom and bandwagon you' would Imply. They are not defeatist -.
At for the governor's Mr. Burn ha to disprove .
Individual responsibility then would be proud and race
Ur. HolUyl finding the someone should
By way
honored to be a pan of this "craty conglomeration of
,lunatle fringtrt end Police Commlasloner Born that "good, bit map."

Hums hasnt been In Clay County since the PemorraUe primary
To your question "What would you pay for your child'slunch
several) month ago. I personally have seen' Clarks 1
every day if It were not for federal subsidies to the
HoUey campaigning st least twice In Clay County since
school lunch program X ask. "What would you pay In

Income Ui each payday, If It were. not for federal) tub then f COVE SPRINGS
A* for the third race, I can honestly aay this: the Republican

pro-rams candidate for "' "",", 'aU". Harold Htil. belong

to no on except the people of Clay County Ite KM sacrificed

much In his efforts to create the Republican half of .
two-party '"'"". I trust that the voter el Oat County
enT i* too FOe CUT i* tea POI tag catKur ..WIftUt the urgent need for two-party government and The County's Oldest and Largest Bank

I DUNCAN ounrwAm CRONCO. __COITO u* rvaumu %IU show, 'by electing Mr huh that the Democrat Party

\ IUZAIrTN LEONARD **0in .,.' _r.., IItlnU' can no longer take the people for granted At a young .

rvauaen East T* ***" If Caocm Ms. **, let.e $*non. latereeleJ la the future ef Clay County. feel that 24-3939, t$4-303i .

e. *.. in the projects for economic growth la industry and man.rower .
Oman Cevt hewn. rteaTturweM or ..
how ran we convince' our young' pope to stay ta -
ect ...-."' .
the county' wttt be favorable CQqTt'N' 44K83
greatly ft\II&ntt4l1J a nan
..... Om feRMt eau at e*H ono tow r.a.asuMCxwmsl
1Ats.one political climate. possibly only through a two-party coat.petlUve .
Member FDICI

TSUI let ADTAKC . . ... .... government

.TW" TB4BI I* ,.Y'I CIB ... . .ar..,.. .... Bineerety' yew.
a Keith Wheetw

I OCTOBER 29. gall Mag\! County (Crescent!! FACE THREE

I Green Cove SocialsMrs. I The Casualty Count by jerry Martus Miss Raines, Sgt Jones Wed Clay County ServicemenArmy I

Nlta Maguire, her sons,' Peninsular Club at Daytona I I
Bruce and Craig, Terry Carlisle I Beacon, on Oct. 22, 23 and 34 Capt. Richard A. Mo.McOuffin
r nard 30. whose wife. is regularly stationed -
and Jay Ooolsby spent 1 I
I I I r. lives In Green Cove has at Port Riley He entered -
the week-end of October 24th
Randy Brunson and Hal Mc.
assigned to the lit Calv. the Army In August
visiting her son, Mike Maguire Kee attended the Jaycee District Division In Korea. 1962, and completed basis
I J J Lf
who Is a freshman at Furman rfl17N
Caucus meeting in De-
I Captain Bernard a training at Fort Gordon, He
University in Greenville, S.c.1 I II
land last Sunday. Randy Brun-
I I der of Company E of the attended Clay High School.
On Friday afternoon, they saw son Is chairman of the Jaycee ''HA I II II vision's 8th Engineer
Mike play on the Furman frosh
District Membership Com
I, ion, entered the Army In Airman Third Class Billy J.
team. On Saturday they were 1
mlttee. 1959 Rakes, son of Mrs. James A.
joined by Mr. and Mrs. J. Sla*
I The captain received Crews of Green Cove, has
ter Smith and attended the
Furman-Citadel" CLASS OF '59 I bachelor of science degree arrived for duty at Etsln AB.
Northeastern University, France
ton. Mass, in 195S. Airman Rakes, an air policeman -
Mrs. Dorothy Milberger at
About 52 members of the recently completed tech-
tended a State Board meeting
Class of 1959 of Day County Army Pvt Edward J. nical training at Lackland
of the B. P.W. In Clearwateron
High School attended the reunion Ouffln. on of Mr. and AFB Tex Ills new unit Is
Oct. 24 and 25.
held following the home Joseph M, Waters, of part of the United States Air

coming game laat Friday eve- u Cove, and other members Forces in Europe which provides -
Jack Bridges ton of Mr. and I
ning. A buffet supper was held the 1st Infantry Division the major air power
Mrs. P. T. Bridges, returned I r
I at the VJA. participating In Exercise for defense of the NATO
to Green Cove laat week following
Mrs. Harold Knomles. cchalr 'aT11 FIRE I, a 16-day field countries

his graduation from man, was aaaiated by Mrs. Mo- N exercise to be conducted In lie Is a graduate of Clay

Radio Engineering School In na Kelley, Mrs. Joyce Hatcher : vicinity of Fort Leonard High School.

Atlanta. I and Mrs. Dot Oammage. f ye --
Moffat Tlnsley, of Tallaha 0s. + ,b
Attending the Tenth Annual see, and Franklin Wheeler of r New 121] Back Red

Florida Senior Women's Golf Cocoa Beach came from the I
Association Tournament at the farthest distance. "

Naples Beach Club from Green Louis Chancey served as p r ,hwrew Ribbon From Camporee

Cove Springs is Mary Burke. master of ceremonies and apeclal *

guests were Miss Martha "OKAY, WHO WAI DO* TW MtlWM.* By DAYTON WILSON It'I| aside for "no work and all

Col. Alan B. Oelger, VSMC. Rogers and Mr and Mrs. Last weekend has been pia,." The boys were DW'Chedowr ]

of Washington, D. C, spent the James Parker. n.rmJ.n t.ldr sWn busy one for the Boy ; to I Oun Territory Once

week-end recently with his of Green Cove's Troop ( Inside they were lined up by
Mr, and Mrs. W Raines of Jones, Keltht Jones, Cindy
Mrs. Ray I Geiger
ttckleis cevlt4 than coivahlei
striving mere 547,000 They attended the Ith Assistant Scoutmaster Dayton
Ducks would do well to study Blurflcld. West Virginia, announce Jones, all of Green Cov., and
In 1963. Scout Encampment: at Wilson and Larry Oroner and
the marriage\ of their Mr and Mrs. W, flames of
Mrs. Vlrgie Dibble of Penney their birth certificates as only
Springs.! told, -you will be here for two
daughter Mary Lou, to Bgt. Dtuefleld, West Virginia.The .
Farms. Mrs Lorene Noble, mallards or black ducks more The Scouts were hours. These two hours you
and Mrs. Doris Wells of Green than two generations removed It's a.alnlth.. law to import taining a permit from the Harold OeM Jones, son of groom was graduatedfrom from school at CIS: have for yourselves. Now takeoff

Cove, attended the WCTU Con from the wild may be ahot on or stock any fish not refresh I Game and Fresh Water FishCommission. Curtis Jones and the late Ethe Clay High Bvhool In the afternoon They rush**! and acme pack here when

vention which was held at the I private hunting preserves. waters without fires ob- teen Jones of Green Cove clam of 1161. He has re>enllsted to pu ton their uniforms you hear the bugle." They took
Springs, on Baturdsy, Brptem* In the Array for four peer.and
observed from
get their packs and wen off and were
bet II. in the chapel at Ft. will go to ft. Eustls, Vs,
the VJ.W. building at ,: time to time doing such sooutly
List Tour Banning, Otorgla. for s five months training
PAY OFF YOUR BIlLS o'clock. things si chasing blondes and
Given In marriage by her school In aircraft maintenance Upon arrival at 811 l attempting to "borrow I GunTtrrttory'

Clay County PropertyWith father, the bride chose a white before being re-asalgned. Springs! at 4:00: o'clock, cannon.
Beef AatltUoa AhaalniMSiding lace street length sheath dress.
Repair Tee r wen crys of dismay at \ Saturday! night the boys attended -

Beefing, eta Ceasetteste 1'... Debts with a peen de sole long tliht' of the campsite .. the huge eampnre with

Frank W. Brown laU One Bsun M..I..." raysaent.Free sleeved Jact She wore a cor BENNETT HOOK WEEK them. It resembled the 4.000 scouts from all over the

sage of white carnations androses The Charles K. Bennett Hementsry : briar patch of Uncle Southeastern! United States' and
Estimates FbeM Collect IM-sMS .
And Associates School will celebrate Tales, but they had the a troop from Hawaii. Several
The brfcle l chase her sister National Book Week November cleared and the ramp set up Green Cove boys went throughthe
ft>gttt r 4 steal Estate BrekarII44 JACK SMITH CONSTRUCTION CO. as her attendant and Curtis I.', by having Its annual book '.00 o'clock. Induction ceremony In frontof

U.$. Highway. IT Orange Fart Ill W. nth 81, .Jas* "1s. Jones war best man for his fair, Saturday morning the bo this huge audience
..... SM-MM son. Over 300 children's bata put on a conking Sunday morning the boys

Folio*'Ins the ceremony tin. will be on display In the II- during the general packed up and headed home

was a reception In the 11'<'.... bury. All books are approvedand The exhibition received. tired, happy, and very proud

lion hall on the base. !muonably prtreil, comment from the outdoor Although they are a new troop, '

l I Out of town guesU Included! The display will be open to itor of Argoay Magaalne, a green troop and a young

rI Mr, and Mrs Wlllard Bnow the public on the afternoons of boys show I ..r.1deal one, and this was their first

IN TOWN I Mrs. Annie Roaler, ,undpar.n& Nov I and I end l everyone Is knowledge" and deep time In competition they
L BEST TV of the groom; Mill Carrie Invited The theme for thisI standing of their subject. I brought home a red. ribbon,

I. Divine Carol Jones, Denntae I year la Swing Into hooks, Saturday afternoon was second place.

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FOOT (Clay! ( i (Eounty (!Crescent_ THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 'i96.--

: were distributed and the meet
MHC& log closed with the Mlzpah. I AnnounccWcdding S HOPHWVERSARY
-- =-==-. -. lHARRY'S R AND JOY'S -
The next meeting will be held -
I on Nov. 17, when reports of
Penney Forms the given.State Convention will be

Reporters MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS, Phone 29-Hll :
The Hobby Shop announces
The second WCTU meeting'lowing of the liquor business. classes each Wednesday at 8.30:
ot the season wu held In the I!I The varied activities of the o'clock, through November, for
social room on Oct. 20, with organization have been many. the making of Christmas can. I
Mrs. Ward E. Krone ai hostess. Passage of laws were obtainedIn dies, cards, decorations, winter STARTS FRIDAY 'J O'CLOCK( -- PI.TO ATTEND!
The devotional service was led j every state, requiring that arrangements, and snowmen 1
,. with extra: store-
by Mrs. J. M. Springer who the effects of alcohol upon the dolls. Other classes will w arc expressing our appreciation
spoke on the subject "Teach body be taught In public be scheduled on days satisfactory mile ,',Iu... Offering: the season's quality merchandiseat
Mt Thy Way, 0 Lord.: Following -.'"schools. The WCTU produced to all enrolled.
the singing of a hymn, motion pictures and filmstrips The annual exhibit and tale TIm m DOl'S SAVINGS!
with Mrs O. 8. Sutton at the for use In schools), churches, of handiwork will start on .. .
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piano, Scripture was read from etc.,; they published and ds-: Thanksgiving Day at 3 o'clock
Psalm 27:11: and 2 Timothy I tributcd literature; planned and run through Friday and SMART NEW FALL TREMENDOUS SAVINGS!
2.1-7.: After the prayer, Mrs. and held thousand of speech Saturday, a good place to look'
Springer, the new president, contents; organized youth for Christmas gifts.
opened the business session. groups and trained children In The shop is already mimeographing
Mrs. E. R. Brown, program the Loyal Temperance Legion. Christmas letters and ; DRESSES
chairman, presented Mrs. O. They continued to be activeIn those wishing to use special
L. Parry who gave a paper, the crusade against cigar letterheads should get In their Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Gore What a Fashion Show $29,75 $32,75
"Else Up, Woman" from the rites, liquor, gambling narcotics order Immediately. announced the marriage *f I of Sav'ngst' / Y
annual address by Mrs. FredJ and other forms of ma ,
daafhtcr Famela Sue
Tooise In Rochester N. Y,, terialism. The Women's Guild of Penney
to Lee ,
Daytoa Alison son 1
at the 90th anniversary of the Mn. M. O. Robbins read $8.95-$10.95 J tSyl
a Memorial Church will observe of Mr. and Mrs L C. Wil { I t $24.95
WCTU. The history and growth letter from Judy Rae Miller of World Community Day son of Green Cove l All Wanted t
of the largest interdenominational Starke describing her experience at their regular meeting on 'IY
organization of Christian at Y.T.C. Camp, and Nov. 11, at 2:45: pm. A program s s. All SIMS.CIIAUM1XQ f 1
women was given This showed thanking the Penney Farms entitled, "Nations In CRURCiChiRiSTiAN NOTICE
that In 90 years, the con e- Union for financing her stay Community" will be used. SCIENCE: SPORT COATS$24.751'alues
crstM'women continued to there. Please bring your gifts of gar SOCIETY
have as their goal, the out. The new program guides ments and school supplies for Cor E. Hoiuton 8C A NEW F )
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Subject $12,95 $14,95
PROCESS NOW BEING USED AT The OuU Life Singers of November I, tI.1
Jacksonville will their
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I tOW DHIVtRl 83,103,000:
Sports Editor JOHN CRONEK (Alt AGES)
TUNAS! DRIVERS 1,200,000 ai%)

Green Cove Springs Jr. I Girls Take Boys 30 7 < EE

I High Names Paper I On Jr. High Honor. Roll I TUN TOTAL Alt(All FATAL TOTAL MIS ACCIDENTS) 61,000 7,400

By Bobby Reed Thirty: and seven boys are Archie 8.eat Brenda Thomas _
The Green Cove Junior High Pavone puzzles, sports all are on the Honor Roll for the William "Todd, Mike Williams
School baa named 1U newspaper about the Halloween Carnival first six-week period at the and Janice Taylor.
"The Rebel Rotaer." I Jokes and ads Green Cove Junior High according 1 TOTAL DftlVtn IN ACCIDENT 20,000,000
to A. D. Duck principal -
We bad a contest to eo who On our sports page *'e had Ills AU TOTAL 1,808,000 ((14.6x)
would send In the best name the four games listed me have GREEN COVE SPRINGS .
for the paper but we had no[ played In the first game .'e While all students at the 0 "
names given to the paper start.i beat Santa Fe 20 to 7; In the school follow the same general turns Cantrell Long, superintendent of public curriculum,
So the paper staff had to name second game *e beat Fernan. they: pursue their Lion for 11 years, died Friday night after a long \Illness He
it I dins 21 to 12; In our third levels studies in appropriate ability: was &2 years old. Motor vehicle accidents sre tie lesdtag. cause .( death among
We considered many names|I game we beat Santa Fe stain. I BDWIJ1iWee The Rev, Jim McCullough pastor of the Orange Avenue I persoM eider 15. Yaaag drivers have Ike highest aecldeat and
but Mr (Larry) Ray: head of 28 to 7; and In our fourth game Kay Stone a seventh grader Baptist Church, officiated at. services Sunday afternoon. deal rsle .( say: ether driver age |rt... Tkese appalling
the paepr came up with Rebel we lost to Lake City: 14 to is listed u the only: one of the Long sou striken II months ago with lateral sclerosis, I statiitlri are the fencers .f 4II begs sad ilrls enrolled la Ike
Eouzer so everyone: agreed tl On Thursday: .'e will 30 to maintain straight A's toe a rare and Incurable disease which atrophies the muscular N.U.a.ltn AaUmetive progrsa rsaescled sy the Cooperative
"j during the period.. ... ...,. 7 Extent! Service.The ,
with It. ,our homecoming So be Kingfishers 17 system of Its victims He spent months In and out of hospltals
In our second issue we had Other seventh graders listed Untouchable .. ... ...IT S In an effort to halt the ravages of the malady: H. Firestone Tire A Rubber attempts to develop acceptable
. . . . . . Company sponsors the program driving attitudes and to teachfundamental
the Honor Roll student, Stu- TRY A LITTLE AD IIEREYOU'LL are: Aubrey: Batton Janet Edwards DrIven 15 9 resigned last February at superintendent of schools and awards .
Linda Ourr, . . .. . .,. .14. 10 providing of ear mclnteUtentun
dent Council news, mystery: Kenneth Jokers Oo\ernor Purls Bryant: named his wit, Mrs Marjorie MoKene and other slds. Also .
person Believe It Or Not How BE SURPRISED I Hunzeker, Betsy: Huall.e,. Linda 8-Balls . . .. ... .. II 13 Long to succeed: him. lending lupport sre the National nsnce.Firestone
swards for
To Tackle] A Term Paper Rita TilE RESULTS IT GETS Klrker, Ortavla Miller Magnolias . . . . . 10 14 I Born In .rtow, Oa* 81 yean ago, he moved to Green 4.II Service Committee, the county, state sffsri and national win-
I Gary: Myers, Sarah Petty, Debbie Champions . . . ... I 14 I Cove from High Springs In 1131 lie had been for tour Automotive Safety Foundation A to
Plrkey: Janice Redding I Professors . . . . .. 8 It I years a conductor on the Seaboard Airline Railroad ant and the National Safety Council the Wen county traveling hiving tropl\1p.the most out-
Jimmy: Reeves, Susan Rivers Last week the Kingfishers when he moved to Green Cove be served as roach at Clay: Local club leadenwith working standing automotive project In
Gale Shearer and Dianne whipped the Jokers. I to I, to High School He was on a leave of absence from the railroad them (hi lo compute young people projects urge and the slat*.
8 arisen. maintain their one game lead when he died He served In !th Navy In World War reenroll to obtain the bentnts This year's state winner will
SEE YOU ATEchie's i Eighth graders tinted are: over the Untouchables, who II. of the three.unit tours The attend tilt National II Club
:Ann Arrants. Josephine Bryant moved Into second with a 4- He was i member of Cabul Lodge, P AM. the Patatka first two units are designed for Congms, and. will be eligible
Linda Sue Cole Cathy: Paul, game sweep over the Champ chapter of Royal Arch Masons and ol Royal ant Select the pre driver. Tile program for a $300) college scholarship
Sherylon Poster Jean KalHran, ions. Doc Turner's J1S and i Masons the Knights Templar, the Morocco Shrine, the .
Lions the Veterans of Foreign Wan. the Brotherhood -. - - --- -
i Debbie Hamel Karen Harris DIU Dunnally's 211 single 85] Club
Pat Hodge Charlene McCall. set led the men. High set for of lUilmay: Trainmen and Conductors the Florida "Iuea.
Lynn Martin. Candy: OTfeil. the women went to Mary: h.,'. Lionel Association and the National' Educational Aaaocls LITTLE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
I Patsy: Paterson Molly: Ptoane.I 448 while Betty: Brown's 178 lion
I Sarah Perez Debbie Sloan was high single. In addition to his widow, he leaves a daughter Sara
IN'e.ORANGEDALE i 1- -- Page Long; hli mother* Mra Mary: Johnson of OdE; a
abter Mrs James Ooodson. Jr, Of Gainesville; and two
brothers W, 8. Lone of Ocala; and W, E. Long of Wash- BUD'S GATE STATION
Active pall bearers were members of the school board -, K K: IIOEIFINI'i-: :
PROCESS NOW BEING USED AT end James Eddy ana Edward K. Francis Home I Ml very or -
Honorary pall bean were county school principals and '
\ Until It t'fAnil"htn(
1 members of the staff In the county superintendentsofflr
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funeral horn was In'd\&r"* of arraniemerila

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New Co-op Office in Meadowbrook I CMH Auxiliary News

I Halloween CarnivalThe DID P0(1 RI/OW? '" ;'a 1Er.-t-. Mrs. Gladys Phillips, president two weeks. All organizations

'".., '., ,. of the Clay Memorial and residents are asked to get
; EIIhuYal.f.und.rY : ; their meeting dates and birthdays -
I assisted
Hospital Auxiliary,
weather held off for the the "Bad Witch" had taken .I the great untvirally 1I' In to Mrs. Gladys Phil
Halloween Carnival Parade I over One of the workers was 1 thai bean r', ;', Mrs Charles Helm, Mrs. Pansy Ups, Mrs. Pansy Quigley or
last Saturday afternoon. seen eating a hot dog Her /t Mi nil name fortune, mode xwn1 Qulgley and Mrs. Annie Lee Mrs. Loretta Shasteen.
Winners of the prizes in expression was one of defeat. ( .., Hts In Wilbur greeted Mrs. Mary Ballard Don't forget the Auxiliary
parade were: Jeffrey Bctson I Her comment was:: "Don't saya r arted J" Madras career, Northeast District Direc- is still saving used stamps. The
and Elizabeth Ivey, most origin word. I've got 200 hot dogs a ,India In 1672 a. tor of State Hospital Auxiliaries I pink box has moved and is
costume; Elizabeth Tucker, II to eat. This Is the first. Food l the flnt American on October 23 when she now in the Bank of Green Cove
prettiest costume. ; Fleet Reserve was sold, given I away, and 4 .nlal lo enter made her oflclal visit to the : Springs.
Float, first prize; Scott some was completely rain- the a ( ..trade.r Clay Memorial Hospital Aux-
and the Boys, 2nd prize, and I soaked. t x ;: / I II iliary. Mrs. Ballard stated that I BEL'LAII CHURCHHOMECOMING
"Just Married" 3rd prize. However, the High School, I ., tlr1Yv she was not only impressed but NOV. I
At the Little League Field Junior High School and the pleased with the activities of The Beulah Church Clay
where the booths had been getup Elementary School P-TA'e report ww I I I the auxiliary and the facilitiesof County, will have its annual
the carnival atmospherethis that all was not lost Although American clipper ships traveled 34,000 miles tosollify Clay Memorial Hospital homecoming on Sunday, No-
year was high. The gen* : this promised to be the the nation's need for ipltei. In 1173 pirate The A.FHA. Board MeetIng vember t. The church is 114
eral enthusiasm of the workers I biggest money maker they had disrupted the lalco-trode-drove priest le ottrenomf- will be held In Clearwateron years old.Lunch .
and the spectators appearedto ever had, they still hope to cal h.ightg, November 4 through 6 at will be served at one
be such that, this year's I make something The Junior the Jae Tar Hanson Hotel. o'clock followed by singing In
Carnival would b be the beat High School drawing will be Clay Electrle Co-op's tint district office was opened this The Hospital Auxiliary Cal. the aftemon.
ever. However, for the first held on November 12th at the I r week In Meadowbrook. Gene Williams has been named endar will go to press within Everyone is invited to attend.
time In about 14 'years, the P-TA meeting. The peanuts f In the northern end of the county The handsome stnwture
rains came. and it was necessary they plan to sell at the Junior district manager of the office which will serve consumers
to close. Hi Homecoming game and the Is located on BlaMing Boulevard directly next to Jackson's
Not only were the workers Bingo Game will be set for another Minute Markete Dr. R. Timothy Carter
disappointed, but the children dat*. Plans for the Elementary
who had looked forward to agsy School will be announced -
evening rather figured that, at a later date. Modern leeks can de- OPTOMETRIST
p.nd of an spices a regular end supply at- tI11John's Radio & TVRCA

r y sd, eaienabl ceil. And, t EYES EXAMINED > CONTACT LENSES
McCermlck'i new ipl with fUsteaen MOTOROLA( ZENITH
a plaitlt
New Brown Building/
I1 r he opened without AMAN'A NORQE APPLIANCES Park Fla.
't'tr tuning a linger break 111 Highway II Orange
Ing a nail In addition, -
oday'i modern package Experienced Service OH All Males & Model OFFICE
IM-SM Monday thra Friday ':"-11:01 Saturday
Evenings by Appointment
Unry-ei well alienenlenl -e--
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Phone 284-3122


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Elisabeth Irey and Jeffrey BeUon, dressed as Little Old
Lady and Utile Old Men whose beard and hair was made r+

of Spanish mos, won the prime for beet original costumes :
7 th Annual S

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Florida Forest Service Ranger Tower

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EJbL Clay County Forest Fire Prevention Committee ,

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OCTOBER 2/. mi OHajt( (Eoufitii Gmcrut PAGE SEVENUYER'S '


IN THE COII'RT OF THE IN ins: 'COERT Ili HELD Woman1 LUNCHEON Society NOV.of Chrla) Don Pool's

; GUIDE COUNTT CLAY AMI KIM. ,'!.AI Iti1..st till Service Methodist Church.
IN PR08A T1i:. csi.; ;MI meTHK breen Cove Sprints, Tuesday
IN rr: Batato of FILANKI.IN' 8A\'I:< November 3 .t
LKW19 K. UBIiMOND., Ivaad.. RANK: IN:<< TIIK CITY OF p.m. A
TO ALL CKhU'lTOHH! ASK NEW1'11" A nrportlon, Covered Dish Luncheon Meet UeaHem, Oreen. Cm

,... OONDmOKINO BEVERAGES PKHSOMt MCAIANDH HAVINO AGAINST CLAIM BAlD BK.OR 1'"Dlllt.,.. lie Church Social Room. Open 14 Sours Zvear Day
AIR ESTATE TATS:: Ktl.\ MAY 'ultlKKINU an Unmarrlvd Hosteosei: Members of Bertha
You and lath of you art b,r.. u i.mnn. Phlloo-Beadlx MMhtnesDemble
to pro !>>Ii niUnt. Maguire Circle.
MILBERGER *:1IO"d:: O1UH VV Ill 1' Leadii ISo ..-.... Single Lead.1 lie
PAUL'SAll TWIN REALTY or uhor of you may THK HTATI-: 'W KUiHIH\ --S- .
b.an.: Fluff Dm INTEBTBODY
hav Ih* tatat of LowlaK. TU KI.I.A1 \\ 'UU..IOaD:;
Rtdmond. d......... I.'. of 1 un"larr.1, ......",.
REFRIGERATION Legal Mda T. Xelh old County, lo th* County Judo 14 ith \\vnu TTKLCOMEt
of Clay County Florida, at Maofflro I'axiaii V.w Jroy
Realtor In the court kouM of mid TOl" ARE HKKKIIV: : NUTiriRD! ;: CLAY
SERVICE Open SA.M.t.1A.DLDent Countat ()r..n Cove Kprln., that a nun tun, teen Mod airalnitar __ -u.. _M. __ __. _ ___._ ___
County Line Florida lthln ill caUndar III Ih. ..h",. 'U'. and you
of th. an renulr,I i r.It. '
month from Ih* tint ? your anaw.r
North of Orante Park k RENTAL & SALES flrit putillratlon of thla notices with th. CI..K, "..t thin Court and THEATRE
rBMloBlna-' R*f HaTra4laBMi Tw ....1'... of ....1\ rla'n or to ..r\. a "I" ihwoof uimn thrPlalntirf Green Core Springs
Heollo* l.n'". & ACREAGE ft LOTS I dmand ahall I b* In writhe I and IT IK mtornrya Ma> NEW AND
| S. Palmetto Street ahall atal the plato of o.ll\.nc. honeUK.II\,." Chambera. and _,
and ot office. adilrcaa of th* Ad...,. limn, 0'1 n I National Bank Mon. Thru Thun II ?
Home Phone 184-978 OOAT9 claimant and ahall bo iwore to Hulling Ji.. k.nvll|. 1, Kl<..rl.l, Previews 7lJ P. M.
Z84-9581 Residential Commercial b* th. Business Phone Indaitrlal and accompanied bya If you fall ." i t.." do a I..>,.re l"ro Feature 7i4i P.M.
filing' f.. of on. dollar and r"nf".e w ,ill h. "I..d again.t
Serving Greater Clay County Inch claim or demand not ao you for Ih n Ilrf demanded In See. A Complete Feature A. Van NESS BUICK-PONTIM) Inc.
INLET MARINAMERCVRY iliad hall b* voidANN1K I Ihr Conmli ni Thin oult la, In
TV APPLIANCE Notary Public RKDMOVn( .*i fnr*..|I..... A n.iruniie 1'h. rralprapoete Late Ai 8J: P.M.: ,
I ""I thV lit.i .?.,dn1, | aarnlnnr, !.: Green Cove SprintsWpn I
SERVICEWe lat* of'ot.f. K i Ix OUTBOARDS PHONEOffice Redmond. <1c )* .1. >K, [t'nlt I. *..,c-orilln to Friday I Fealuree : A Better Deal Is Made Tan HIM WM Make It!
Repair An Brandt 184-SU1 Tint publication i I October It I Init. Plat thereof ,iecorde4 In Plat" Sat. Sun I ".1'1. Conllnuoui -
Sf'rvirliU Clay County MERCRUSER SERVICE 1 Honk I ,I"."" II of |h* Home tl4-lUS lo.ll. l/. II.). I riot "'...rh ,,f cu' ,, "'ou.". - -- - I
For l Sixteen Years Florida meiher wild ml \\'....... Than. and Fri.

Park Ph. M4M6SULLERTON'S BOATS TRAILERS Orange Are. S. at Bay Si. .Irllt.u,.. and Impruremanl N... 4, B and 4BAlordajr '
range . now and h..tt. on .Id t I land,
Greta Cove BprtncfAlltKHTIIICVKIT
OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP and all\ riiliir** now or here.connection rJIIAif
HO%.Nil .fl.r .1I'h. la nr .aped I.
CLAY f M :\IT'. ....RIII' with the reinl eiherein \
II.,. 17 Orange Park d-.. r lied and In ....JI. r

tl N. Orange AYe.rwl Phone IJ4-8IJS FOR alllf that NOTICK the Jllve"lI'O.t lit HRREBT OIVEN tar'l lion thei.i. , 'ih. f<..."wlndescribed . .1 laD' Pfceae ........ Dlreel DuI
houiehnKI. .....1.....-...
Cove SPH. 184-4014 Healed bid will b. received. by Retard for Clay County, Florida which are nod .b.UI.* domed laic 184-1111 OCSCotney
the Hoard of Public Instruction will rn.Iva" application for Ju 10 b*. flilunand. a suit lOt
at day County, "Klorlda. In Ik. v.nll* Court Counaelor tmalo to't.m.I.1 the realttlloipnlnt .
MILK DELIVERY office It lit* Kup.rlnl-ndent un. until Novmlwr te "... (hang and tI.... klo -- .
tierce Pied rurnltareUlIiY'S Ill I 110 A R. No\mber 0. IMI, MINIMUM RKgUIREMENTf/ : : .: for th. ..1.! of Ih. anaiMinnmtlmul Oraduat of an airodllo eud!.1.I. le") Aero Penn. Kllc:'''n
t:. Hetnkold Junior Hth l lain or ."1,,.,*", with eouri.. Roll Water. heater >li>dl.
W. D. Morris 14<'1\001 Itu 1I"ln. and tilt.. In aoclal ca.. work and enr.,..*. ('C tl
Th. properly I I. a very d..I,.hi. lions or qulvalnl .Ip.'..".., NlnwarlI'arn'r It*...>.. il W,ill
FLORIDA TRADERS location (tl fives bl....... North Realdeat of Ih. Mlat of Florida. Hlrr Model. 011 lilt
Distributor or the City Hull In Urn Cove Aa. ll-... Ability la marl and 11 lalliin IMI I'rimKla Tire Service
tea Cow Sprton Florid Hivrlnu. Florid, and two hliM-k. dl with poopl. salary II.leland 'IMpol.. \\ail Heater *. "
E. hlmer SU TeL MI-UM All Milk Writ of ti. 81. John River ...* travel' allowance. Int.rti.rrr.culnd. llalh Model. ills "lf E i IRY1N 1 Knl1
Jersey will North' **....lla Avenue. . VITMCHit my hand and th. coal
U,HM S.- Orsngs Avenue I North Ht John Avnu und All avpllcatlona muit b. onill. of Ihl. IVun .1| tirrn C"'n Cor. Park .A King jaraaonytlle
TeL 184-1844 For South of Knit Park $reel. Th who I :. .O."jI.l.; of lb.nu.rd Springs. .Florid. ih'a .1'lh day -and"AMA20NS -
property eondit of appro*) at ef ttclolwr. AH nil
Park nmtely lot feet acini North (Cov "..rln... FlorMa. nol lat>r (Court irallulll11501I OF ROME" Phenol HV 1.8017 or KV 4.6111TIRE
range HOME DELIVERYCALL I M.MR noil Avenu. "rollmat.l than Novombvr 11. l>4< al I.1* I. IA lll.t$1.K(1.b !
atarrinc 1..la Jordan
TeL M4-8JI7
"ding Road 410 fet fadnaNorth ". John m> of Circuit Courtlly
rksonvillelandlnc Avenue, annroilmtrly III I feel h".II. Court Morll 1'0.,4.C'I. : Milun H Hnhnt,
164-9949 or ZS4-SU4 faclnar Knit: Park, IItr.." conInline lay Cou"''', Florida' liepuly Clerk
( A Coffins ... of approilmalfly HOH ,- U.I1. t>. 1 1-'. II B.', il. ie.. il .
TeL 771-1924 I anon r...,, r1. .n, Nan and Tur RK-CArrtNO: : '
Th. main huildlnc la frama coN>
.... .. Nap 8, and II
I,TRADE IN ANTnnNQ UPHOLSTERING Irurtlon throughout .tI. IN THH riKctTiT coritT or
of III three *tor!** and rtr.TtmiMNO
OF VALUECCOCNTiNO THK lit:..1.1 tR t'll11TIlIt. "lilt
Imately' T.II7 et
aquar IN ANn FAIR CUAT ,I'el.r !4Ikn Ib.
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP around floor on. story area with br'ck' an con at.tacked I I COI'NTY! CHANCkllYKEYHTONR rt /llll>AIN I I. hereby ih.n kjtktth I 1 REPAIRING

irurtlnn bailor room cor>.l.tln. underilaned ands. Ih. pranl.inna. i
of 184 Bour feel : STATE HANK .t chapter Ill s. Lawi of r_.. From. lUe imallnt U the LARGEST!
Complete Ante A Furniture Th. Clay County Hoard of Pub A CorporallonIiainllff., d. Arta of ,Itlt. will r.*l
REED D ACCOUNTINGAND I'photiterlnf lie tain Instruction th* Matin I.erv.I>y't.m and and ,all.* CARL IIARMON.OOOnYEAIt. Court with ,U". and Clerk for.,.CU Ik. l'-iroull...h. Diotrlliutor Miller Tlrr. Autolito flatteries!

1401 W. IdlewlU Are. Plumbln' and lortrtral' fliturea Dial af Florida upoo ror4pi *(
.1.1/' I proof of pulillotlnn of idle n.... ThF1.Nev.
In lb. building and th* right .
Ph. II4.JJIJ Dnf.a4n1.until
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to '.mo". amt prior in "...r., N or all? his Ik 111111 p of, \
Green Core Springs, Florid 0' 'h. prneerty. "h. heard .1.o Nam'a thud Auto I'aria II and It
TAX SERVICE; IMI Klna-aley Artnua, Oranf
.....,,.. 'h' right. Is .I"t any TOI I
401 Walnut 84. DCS. Free Estimates or all bid' and lo oat* a..rInformalltlea CARL HARMON OOODYEAM r.rk. norldalanrd

TeL 214.1721Perlonalize4 'r('(' Pick-up and Delivery for ,flcur No bid!IM.will than horented th.,*. P. II.. Ho*. l.ora-la.IIIFolkiton. I amuel: I Aura *"......*r, IH 'sfundr PARK
11.', IP, I*
Services Handle Any and All of Tout' (Vlolier nit appralaei value of You are hereby aollfUd that I II Sinclair Station Road 8 rrlr
III.in* II. ault ha. b... filod aatalnal you --- .
Pa.1cr'ountinR Upholstery Needst rvrtlfird Chock In th* amount Morin' 11th..... M. U .ll>ly a* & Tax HAROLD BAXLET 'f.r tl.County*.o'|. mart Hour4* payabl of Public. laTUT M. I. ilbUy' J,. In Ih* atraviatltl4 tOTHW OF '..111"11\ 111 U. S. Illiawar. II Phone 14.1111S
"'U'.: and that yes ah I ron TAI UKKIIItro.
Returns Owner .A I'phobterer SI yrs Instruction. mint arrompany bwaby r4.Ir.. ,. HI* your a*
EDWIN BULlY .*-* bid which chill ".""m. Ihr w.r with the CUrariof Ihu ||4 II. Fl.NOTICM _
For LId bond of Ik. hl.h bliM-r. All -S
Court, aid to *.rv* a rely (hr III JIKItKUY IIIVEN 57I
fllielneNs Firms kInili.itJl1aJA Son and Uph2bterlr4.,.irc. : -. bldo atiall: b:*reol.d aad.markodBW of UDOatifc Flolnlirro. airaVitor, (.. : : pod. Ik* ftuMelof I 5
< A. HUMMELTJpholaterer ) B'lnhoJ ProiMrly. who** .."' and addroft eel ,... ,.t .w..... .rtlf_,.. boa
Mwlorl fAng 1 0 iAPP f filed .*M Priinralea for a taaaVd I
Xotary Public I yrs. aoperlat.odesLCLASSIFIEDADS P. 0. Ho* 441 lo k. .locoed ,........ Tboertiricat
(I lr'n Cat nprlnca, .......,. and ,seta .,
0.-- nol lalr Ika* N.aabel II.1'I: .' .......... Ik. ....'.pl...,. ., Ik. Phone Add Lot to LivingComfort
If rw fall ,. do oo. t>**r.. Pre properly, and Ik* .***** I* skidS. Add a a
CefMo will b* ..'.r'" oailnMv II w*. _.***. alp a* f...lli. >..1 .
.. for th. rllf df..... Ik. Complaint. Year of Uiaaoro h. .. A I' when handy botl
round the clock. It'.U youlid a
Th nalw of **I4 oull twine 141Ii yours
'aII* far tle.sre of Ch lt.l .?*erlptloa, of rmprlrl '
)$.rl.aa. earumh.rla. Ik. !"'. l* II a II IHxk I (Vtrlar. room extension phone.Add comfort (and convenience) In other spots
Banal) pronert* lorl4 4o ClarCmnlr. Ui. r.*..'.-.1' S o*,Mo ,..
norlda, d.wbod .* 4.11 4) U-4-H. A you live mont. Kitchen. Workshop Florida room. Juit call your
,.1\..." Mm ia wfcirk aM4l"J.Allea .
_. Clrlnf 'mr'.... Mo. 1.111111. l lruxc Telephone CompAny Duiincua Office for detaila on colorful, fconom*
-. -- -- AJI I of ash.. properly hoi Inr 1 laIk.

tririor No' lallWITNKIII I Pooatr of agar.. Mist. of (ical extension phonca.rBSDAY. .
OR RENT Nice S bedroom WANTED; S bulWJIntt removed OR RENTl' Partly r.nlaIw4 mr hand and mal ,.f ri;;....t"0
rter Bald Court al (lr. n C v* aprlnt*. 1'al., .. cork. ,..."It.,. .. rrtlrtrle / '
n p aN, Mwtjr painted (laid.d or demoUkhodd (IINr plant | bedroom boee| e. flay (roanl. ri:n4a: IK'. ll.i ....11 b* ,*..*.*....| r 1r.tI'I

out, reasonable 4rgeyird.pltaeM rite). Make offer for one or alL 1111... north of Trout Creek .n d.blob.. A l> ..... ..r41... lo law Ik* prep*>rly deortbed .oti; r w r.. lI.
'el" CenlOronnn/ la ....11 eefllfieate oil ;
fkvnlahed. Can Pen Phone t84-HM. ".1" Hwy. IS. ti* miles aMlk ..rIIhud. t. (r/jIlI.I.( b* cold ,. Ik* III....' ......, ., I. J. I

YJ Parm. KI-8SII. tltI.nE.'O'If BrUie. Klk.... n..... lath .f ClrMr .... C'IIoort Chi 5.arl boo** den r oa th* 'life hl .j r
Vlvlaa"" H ........ .. la Iba Me.Ik, af !.+m .
1 bedroom aparttent ItS a ....II,. CaU St. Aa(... l.prty '1.." kr IMI .hl'b |* Iko Ilk delof e
) PARENTS! De FOE RENT ...... ll.i. II. 11 lk..ab.r. 144l
fvrakhed. 411 FerrUStnet line VA t-SS4. l IMIad ibis. l lh. dip ., ,...,.. t I f
A have a ton between the -ter bar, inn
Ako reeme.Cull ,
ire of || and || who U la* iae.itin
184-1717. It-It lit FOUND IC-'" .....ka& la BUfhCreek. IOTA N or .".nNIK > >NOK I. rH.li.i {
rented In woitlnc. It ... call nrk of Mreoll C curl
I No. FAUIIFI. Owner I* kr by thai, of lloy r-,"a' FtII1 .
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ponuaal lo a Flo ) U II I. -
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TALE EIGHT 'OTtoy( County

Safe Driving Awards "''!' Fill Another, Book of Plaid Stamps This Week For Fane Christmas_" Gifts,

FOR THE BEST In all-round

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29 C"Supf'r.Uigbt" I CAKE .... f2.9 ii:
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T. R. RoM r, on left, County Renter for the Florida preventable motor vehicle accldtnt,.werei'L. t* R, E. E. IRf "... II.T44 !:
Forest Service In City County, I.I ahown presenting safe Padrett, Rinier II. 4 yeani!; F,.R,.' Moodr, Hanger It t I Western Beef nib i' !:
Driving Award to pertonnel l at the Clay County Fin Con. yean and P. C. Doldrlck Dispatcher, t rear (Not la .eo-.:.;.;...._._...._...............:.:..;.:_.._;,

trol Unit headquirten user Penney Farm Those rneivinc photo, 11. R. Tew, Ranger II, II.mini) and,.Harry Wllker- When I leaving street or parked highway positionon look ,...............--.-..-.._...."....... ..
the Awards from Router, and the number of sate driving IOn, Ranger 1,1 lean). I back to determine that It Is ROASTMiddle :'t'I'f: ;.:::--'' .'''' ''
yean with the Florida Forest Service without baring a safe to move Into the traffic .. _
pattern. Drivers who move for. iii" ..Aft b\tG\ PLAID jj!
ward Into traffic without look. !; 1'P STAMPS gjSl:
BANK NOTES Malcolm ing back and signaling fre Cut I
V by
Sparky : 69 i
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I .IM THB ytUt eNDING NEXT tUHt WIMIVJt. ,r are struck by i vehicle that I Jjj. .._._...... ". With.th!.a..coupon.. purchase. :I
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1 / 1 I TUWi J14XXM30ftOOO COM*. OfflM WOKKTD Cannot avoid i coltlslon. 3-14 l.XAl..11ILK, .0 for tHe 91Hiuimiu j

A2A ANIAD.ANN 140UADAYOwN.Ala.c A*IrA1.1Nev cArt wAwaltMD 1.011) M EXTRA; PLAID STAMPS I C..**.. a.** a.,. Run, %.... a I
MACM04H AUaVIAI HOUUM THI COM) 1HI a an1Aa..vellNwe kUMWT tiAMf KM WITH PURCHASE OF .... 4**. ll'f-4 .'

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y oOnaw urAa Man.1ao1a AwOnaA RADIATORCLEANING I BEEF. 3 LBe PKGI $1,35 .......-....--.--..-....--..---....I


, rrr opoty and , 2 LBI PKGI 79* 15&ba STAMPS PLAID !

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Clean Homes i, 1t'w .0 r d With lhl coupon ft purchac of i:
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Seldom Burn av''Nw 1'UL'Nfi: JUK'h; ",57c
ryh domed or leakingradiator I c...... .... /M ..... K.... e. I I
can result In ..... u.,... :
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j WHOA C4TR.T M clean and
repair ua your, radiatornow. ,......_-_._.._._..._...._._.__._.._
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LITTLE ADS BRING BIG RESULTS ._"' ele aMN1OeMiNa VAN NESS Large Golden, Firm RipeIIASAN'AS RipeAVOCAIOS . . 3 Ibs. 29c( I. 5OE ..i.if f

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JOHN A O% BUICKPONTIACINC, \\ Red Delicious f N'Uh, I hi I. coi*.* purchai or g|,|
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NEW ODORLESS DRY CLEANINGS Arun.waw Ppo1AM. ate Orange Aft... APPLES 21U. 20cSweet. I J 'f ANT TEA ...... :role I
w W Green COT ',nap ..
Joky FloridaOKAXGKS .. .
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NOW BEING USED AT .upe I r,wml JIll NlCWfleIIIIING ILA,. I'b....lIe.IUSlIe..ns . . 5 lb. bag 49o l :=:. : ':: J
(lax MM) JaUy FloridaOIIAI'EFRUIT .J.Jr

. 5 lb. bag 39o ....__...._...__._.__...............

59ciiIiiuittI. ( Special! Jan Parker DeUrtow Mb. .....

. . pay APPLE PIE , EA. 39< r I !riis t
Autumn Salads E
: CLEANERS Sparkle to
Special! Jan Parker Fret Crisp -Ik. box

lessfor POTATO CHIPS , 49* !GPs.ltl i

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Production I BKKPSTEW.; : .. 53c 1
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most Admiral TV builtl Credit Special I Rviuiyfleld PUI. or Ml. Rising I L:: .
compact ever ......__.____...._.__..__..l
tF FINANCING FLOUR . 5 518. BAG 39? ..
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n ENfWi sOnly Pay only tbnpf Interest
Special)! A&I': Our Finest Quality
-on the amount of monty I
you ua* -only for at
long ai you UM 'Itn! ( r* Apple Sauce .-

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yoMr Soul Borrow ell I-I..b. I PUODVCE i ir

by your financing money this everything wayby 6 Calla 89 _N.. I J..d.. I 11-f an.N ur ns !h

through Production ._ _.....-....--.....--...-..
The pink Uatmlnt dreattm Indlvldua. NT to Party asks Pat jrvur BaUli.JUUai wltk*, ata1J 0.lr color.Ad nor- CrvdJt! 'N0'S NECESSAIIY': ,.....-.--.-..------....--........,
septic.i and atvorfuL 1.1"1 .
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. trewa .bamited at tao p.ak of taott miturlty. Ptciae |Urtklta 75 EXTRA. PLAID STAMPS PWD
ar.M udlvUuaUy ",ram4 and Clftf1&ll1 Naked to ".rt. i dA i ij"
your local "market la fuprlar roadiiloot, new beautiful. ris* sadAueione .. "
JuivlMM HILl then a 4ottcac *lor,tvt-otaaad *aUa< lamOy: tub S'WIPS.I
; 99 and luacaboiet. Colgate Tooth Paste etc .
For a cetBi* af paf at tile mad of a buy ".Mfr. hsiuntlfertu .
rmh ptan trpwU7( M, ta wi rocs for Party rear 1'lt'afO ...MM...... II-ot. Jar j 79e I. w'N0... ,Ik.-* ael.....ety a a Mr a-n.hM., -.1 1 1P. S
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