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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: February 13, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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I Green Cove Gets Another "GREAT" I




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Announces Candidacy Baker SalesChartered Leading Spaceage Contractor I




:TT Tallahassee By i:To (Employ 1OOIltntar At GCS Next Month


Baker Sales Inc., of Lake Paul lUrdoman Ine. one of the nation's outstanding In-
Geneva, has been chartered I duatrtal contractors with 1983 contract revenues In txceas of
1120.000,000. will employ approximately! 100 t'rlOnlllRan..ar
according to an announcementmade
this week by Tom Adams I It at the Green. Cove industrial park within alx weeks accord-
Int to an announcement mad late yesterday by Qreen Cove
of State. L
Secretary I
1
dr' I e k9 City Master. lien Zellner
The corporation which will
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r.ce
deal In real estate. Is author t / I M4 r a The llardeman orianliatlon based at Btanton Cal!!.. Is
? I (Continued on Page Pour t1 1Me an affiliate of Unlverial American' Corp. Its Oreen COTS opera
I ----- -- 1 i tlniM will In the future, be the snutheMtern headquarters for
Its Climate Coiulttlontni manufacturer
Co. of all IU sheet
Green Cove Voters I
p 1 + metal and air comtltlonln products.
'
I, ': To The addition of the Itsrdrman operation In Oren Cove U
.'. Registration I the .second natlnnally-knom company to enter the local econ

1'J Close Feb. 21 I II 1 roes.. oiny within as many months and Urn third within eight months.
lad summer tuirlliuton Induitrtes, whose 11113 sales were InesceM
I Next Tuesday U he last day of 11 OS billion rroccupled\ Oreen Cove plant, and
on which candidates for one now employs ,more than 300 persons, A month ago Johns Man
scat on the Orren Cove City vIII. Corp with annual sales! lad year of M1H million took
1 Commission may Qualify. an option on 100 acres of land at the Intersection of mihways

I The City's registration books II at the Green Co,. Industrial. lilt UUUni mar than ills million Com 16 and U Jut south of Oreen Covo rmployment r>al' ftOO or
will clone at 5 o'clock on Fri park will become the southeastern head pan Iflclals In California Mid approilmalely more
M1S diY Pcb. 21. sjuartcra for ('Urnalt Conditioning Co, a It4 "..'" would bo employed. In llardrman was on of three companies which tact month bid
On March 1, Green Cove .......dlar' of reel llardeman. Inc. of Stan' the facility which hat It,..4 iMaro" feet Jointly and were awarded the contract to construct the 143 mil"
voters will name a City corn ton, Calif, a .leading; American Indwttrialcontractor 0' floor ....f.. llardeman I U an afflllat .f lion vertical aanembly butldltif,, the world's largest buildinf,
mUwloner The seat Is now held titled on the American 'HtorkI'unanfe "nl".1 American Cary at Cat* Kennedy In which will be MMmblod the nation1 first
I by Mayor Edward B Taylor : which bad ootracl revenues' I lo. moon rockets,
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- "-**" -- -- -- -- I Thus. In rmtorln. tt* iheef metal and Air tondlttoninactivities *
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Jesse.F. Tr..., 'County general supeMsar of schoolo 7 / In Oreen Cove Ifardemsn. has put the City on the
'J[siiacease map atioel.. metal fsbrkated In 80 by 4 foot section
for the past five years announced this week be would be I !
of John Hall Honored As at the Green Cove facilities will be shipped to Capo Kennedy
School a candidate for the office of County Superintendent '''in Hardemsn'i own special Dlooel. trucks.

)f,. Tynes. a ll.yesr-oW native of Belle. M., Mid a In mating the announcomrnl, City Master 2>Uner said,
the upon Cove Cummlaalon had boon.. with offlclals -
City working
edoeatcd' at Florida
Florida for II WM
resident of years. I'
Southern Collets and received hit matter's drr.. it (he of the. Atlantis (out UIM Railroad and with llsrdoman
rnlvenity of Florida where be majored In Education. : Dean of Sheriffs And structure officials' .since llardeman won the contract for the 11-story

In making his.nnoanC'f'meDt. Mr. Tynes Mid M County -
superintendent of schools ho would work for him eon- T K= llruton admlnlatratlvs militant to O U Lsmtrum.
tinned Improvement of the ooallty ., education In thCoanty's i senior vico president of Paul llardeman and genera! manager
pablle It....... of CllmsU CotMtltlonlnc C'. told Tho Crescent that while
Mr. T,,,". who served In the Marine Corps In World : Dean of Clay County terms of the contract actually envisage only two yean llardo*
War II. with duly In the Sooth Faclnc, Is married to the man officials feel and hop "II will bs a permanent facility, ,

former Boile n.U..f Lakeland. They here ,four children) I I "11 Is our Intention" Mr. tlruton said "to becitno s per
J. r. T,_. III. U yeara old| Thomas Tynes, HiTirneo : (1IrrJ1 manent and baste part of the economic and social itrueturo
I; and Trrrl T,_. I. of Or,,en Covs"
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- Speakers Laud Time Mr Itruton i>o ld tribute\ to UM. "splondld coopsritlon hand

61 I other llardeman officials\ had received from W,. Zellner
Classes At Clay H aril from lirrwick Anderson who ls drawing up the contract
Winner As Man of Vision paper" If. |..id further tribute to two officials of lie. Atlanta

(CUM tine. They. art Ma). Oon. Norman II. VUsertnf. (UBA.r .
.t I, aMUlanl" lire pro.l"leril of the cad, and to Mrtho! War.
High Omitted So Integrity And Acumen I roll general Industrial\ agent fur I Ifs road.

I Allen. U twig l hM .been named general' manger of the
tt .M ..10'11llaU ail I the way last Thur.1ay night at th. I heron Cove plant Ho and an admlnlslraUvo ....""' .. sn of.
r final dinner mooting of, lh. florid Btwrlffa AMorlotlon In Ute fire manager a chute 'uirl/it ml.nt, a soordlnator ibrtwsen.
Students Can MopA auditorium of JatkcunvtUo'i (Hoot.. WMhlwton Hotel i! Ilio Or.en Cue facility six! Capo Kennodyl and a draftimsn
At a tetUmotUal dinner attended by approslmaUly :2MI sis wliMiuled to bo In OI/t'flUU,," In Orson Cure by March 2.I .

lacuna, tuMiurlnc UM dean of Moflda sherlffi, W-rlff Hall WMcharacterised !I Mr '1''WI\1o.I' Climate CntMlltktnlri .U actively meting
relatively lam number of Clay Huh school students. by fedora ftuu and County officials M a man 1 additional. .....t metal and sir ouiMiiUonlna' contraoU, Ono fo
two weeks' ago were dismissed from academic classes on what of 'twiimiirachabU' character, huh tepee and rtofclo |"Mirt... ,' ,: their bids for eonunerclal oat In fVirUU .U schoduled to boowied
appears to hart been a ohole ale basis ao they could sand and On the speaker's dais Uw yearld 1 term County offh and acted on feb 14j
crape desks. scrub floors and waah windows In preparation cut twrrounded. by. members of Ms ,family and tomtune frUrwl, j li.ufar M piiMiblo, Mr llrulon rid _plo,.. will be rs.
for the> arrival last week of a State Board of Public tn Uuc- WM, at ,letth. called on to rue to receive a plaque namlrto: Mm I, cruiud In Oron Cove Huwtvcr ihset. metal workers will boI
tton survey &#am. a Ufrtimo member of the AMnctstlon and ho ... virtually I sewed. of rwceoily, U..ouchWon off,,". In JaskaonvtlloI .
The survey team laat week Inspected publl school facil CIIrRIf1 JOII// IIA1LI ai*.cMro. from the emotional Impact sf the wholesale pray I -. -
Uea with, a view to making projections of future requirementslu that t hod lINn beeped on him. --
trill not be mad public for several ...U.
reports ObMfvtrx gnat the crtmo tale. In ICY County .U .. low Volunteers
Do far as The Crescent: could learn Uiis week, no other Gospel
M or tower than any county In rktda, Claw Attorney William (
school Involved In such brtwn-for bralnsoperation.
County was any I
10I ItaOowe* called ftherlff lieU "ono of the Hneot and most l loyal
At Clay HKh It became Operation clam-up.
rtendo I ever had
According to student who took P&I1In the operation '
Plan Junior
I Mr MaOoweo paid tribvto to UM sVtMttrs aHHtfcM M anadmtniMakir College
tome flatly refused accordm U evident lathered by The
,, and law enlMtemer.1 officer and to hi 'wdgw"talents
Cmcwnl durUK the Ut two school days In January,
many I ..,...
In
up eWtonc and preparta* foe Norcwtinn
Continued on Pace Pour .,.". of a ravM ;
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",oo. ."' .. 'The INteC nwmsnetit. to JoM "/.U." ho Mid.U. the hot (
that In U. 14 years damtru

Two More InjuredOn sh..iff lb.,. hM r4 boon a str..W Vf."h.4 mwder or Komictdo !, Plane aye brinsi d.v.11 l,i""d toward. tho opening possibly

._ nal' fall, of a ,My ac.'.41... liberal arU junior 101a." si
'1 hs.o never ....... In tl. J7 your to whkh I hove worked Krutmxl |lrl hts

with tm heaN a woo than John Ilo4 ev.r did a dtohofiMt Uttrwel, "president. of Iho flnspol Vohinloors.! Ins,
"Killway 17"Two act or tenet a loot Sloete" I* holy a CrirkiUan sentlemao .Nlh owns $1M UrN of .land adjacent to the Xsyitons Chrla.in .
..'. Ikn.luv flMiWr. r. Johns .Kora M t:. nt II* tfw.tMrw..hwi bMttwMMrn aid bw ofifoeeofnonlexnmca b* able to ewirfl. apcroslmaloty. |IU students. In fhrptembirAn

Columbia, BC youths were Injured on highway It :) rvxvta arid saw naUoet ....11... of IM pUn ... revealed. to u.. Board of County
neo r the Mule aster Read k.. Batorday Ntb& when the Yotta- h. .....* ).'-. .." hMo *...i.u>rtoj sUMrlil' CUr Code (',---a on Monday ...." Albert C Potgal( founder .,
warm In wMch they were drtvtac piled<< late a tea-phone pole WM ,oef1:1: (**/ < W4 the. ...,.. mM i IIC thai Mr hail tf.. Colony,. Messed bofnrt the Buard to Mk that, approxN
and wao demoUahed- had wx ton ion orb a ghee taws .to Kto swuth.IU : snatery ...half' s oulo of roadway be pared In the Park off
hared a... l I4 years old.. obi was dm1IIC the far at the .aIM p the Kafd ..athe *.,*.., and looms f>>f. f the PabM an totprdrnomlnalloruU residential sommttnlty which
\DI: *f the aortdena, mitered broken now and! add eta era* said. 'II* Urtd work ety M a s....W r neaf what Isrww hraMM Iho KevoKmo Christian Colony.
Pmatt J4. auRerod a ........ The to* msn" p .nry fsmo and OHM. a few ..gtr afWr S..A. to Mr.i..?t .....1I&a4 owl to the. Board thai 41 hnmoawneri
men bed hero srootinf a bx>eOaJ fan to Orlando cry U KMaflM ...,arw.t.n4.M o. tM rtwfc on ...... how 'I of M hutwes> to the ......, had skrnod Iho petition requMtlnfouAly
ft** ywnc" mot Wed a repevomUtreo af Tbe Cre ec& If ted fa till 1.. w.M to.* IM Array svreod OTOTMM with' aid In paring the .,/..| In the colony
there WM a ....... thwrth ,.*,." Wlien they were told the j. s rtr.t an. letaravd .. lye UeMH SJUIM OM CVMMM rre.l M-s n* of .... oolony, .ho. salt have tnvostod approdIVMM4 -
Mont Uormon cfasvU u to Jbctaoorffi* they aaked that lowUorwMA 1 .|., and cooled .. srmal ,*./. to. Mural Sftd to AWhu moiety of outsldo ""tallA their hnmos and In too
.
elder be ...,.d and akd .. ,... to Oran Cope c...d, 1"-'' '''''s which par bo Mod to get the propnod solloto under
on Sunday U ssaasiisiiaiiiir Hatf" CosisMsntai to u.... Ummssi In toe Me*. loom M shown*, ...***.* jwmo ..*. "14,. Mad I way to adiiiMMi to that, they payan soUmaUd 10.000 arrow
hiuhe0 J. 1. ***** af JackMsma*. sXMrbed leo tlnnsisieMers /law aeM g IsbeYf Na$ W.o1..r.W.tri I. lice HUM wail to to ttfod by MO mend a4 ,.....w by hs a.. 1 I any late the County. aconomy and they pay an eottmaledU
to Ckreen Ce.Mato MI tar site he WM -ilsi .d. I y1.os Nootft. A..d.Wa peeseMal S. he h aae./.ce fttlSOj OAOW4MO MO aruMMOy tn County rat stair qua
ash lost sass .......< to Oitswlis wHk .... paeowUoarty .4 Ye .r..laea.rs ae eh.r wenI cowl I. iensa..eMr Mew Joie .... tae Jsfeertlf erne told bon .. opo,.*.. Prow. CbriototM to laden, a lisle. aonforonco Is .held fttContinued

Uias ..... list ...k Conisisw4) on fete I* on rage hut




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'FACE rwVWirt f ,." " J "WW: : ( County: CtCSCCUt THURSDAY FEBRUARY U, Ilf.ortav |



Wlggi. Betty T. Williams, Thelma E. Williams, Rattle Will Paul B Osborne, William M Osborne, Carolyn Overton, Theo.I .

(Eountg Crescent( ford, Floyd B. Wofford, Alrnogene Wofford, Audrey B.WoUums, 'does W Pace Robert W Parts Virginia Parramore, Wllllim F,

11letters: in fife 1E itnr Charol Jean Worgum James Worgum, Mary I. Zimmer, Thom Parramore Jr, Frank A Pedronl. Addle Lee Ploucher Marvin

J. Zimmer. F Plyler. Ray C. Polak Betty Jo Prevatt Roy A Prevatt, El.I .

Precinct No 2 Ivlra I A Quigley Beulah I Ralph, Richard J Ralph, Richard R

. The Gathering Storm To the Clay County Crescent: Howard L. Apperson, Doris N Apperson Oncec: Adams Lewle Ralph. Ruth Register! Sadie M. Rlgby, Constance B. Ritch,

A Adams, Ruth Blair James A. Blair John D. Black Jr. CIa J, O Ritch Jr., Frederick E Robey Jr, Hardy L. Rolston,

With reference to your paper of Nov. 21, 1063 . the VL, ence M. Caple Aurella Caple, Jay A. Clifford Wade K Chrt Eliz H. Rolston. Anne B. Saltonstall Henry L. Saltonttall,
It Is difficult from this geographical vantage point to gaug< railroad and I
station the park
topher Norma Chandler, S W. Croft, Louise Croft, Lonnie Mae Frederick H. Sheets Alice M. Shunt, Truman O Smith Bertha
the disastrous and worsening position today of the United State I was raised up west of the railway tract and there
I never was Croft, Kempton Crittendan, Fern Crittendan. William R. Cress, > M Spauldlng- E W. Sprouse Mable R Sprouse, Florence
in world affairs Yet day after day and week after week t.he< a park or VIA close to the depot that I knew
of. There
ever were Mary Belle Creitgy Louise M. Dirsa. Wesley K Davie Jr. Ruth Steiner Elaine R. Summerville, Dolores Syers, Ira Parks SrenLllborn ,,
Washington and New York papers, the national news magazines very few houses across the track old stable set back
: an on t.he I. Ellerman John W Fiery Aunie E. Fiery Harriett R Fen, E Talley, Nella Talley Beatrice M. Thomas, Cecil E
BO on reciting the frightening facts I north side of the dirt road and an old log cabin, the south Harris
on I Eleanor J. Oreen Alice Oreen, Myrtle E Oraham, George Wm. I Thomas George S Thomas, Wm. A. Thomas L. Thomp.

Last week's issue of "U.8. News & World Report" carried om side occupied by an old lady and a boy named Cal. Also thei Graham. Lorraine Oellen John A. Oellan. Jr., T A. Green, son Derlle Unander Raymond H. Vander Bloemen Florence

of the most concise pictures of the situation. I were six or eight frame houses. Sidney H Green Dorotha B Homsher. Robert K. Hocktni IJ I Vandlgo. Bernice W. Walker, Oerald K Walker, Barbara A.

Castro, emboldened by the absence of United States or OAf This was Spanish-American War time and prior to that at Richard P. Hltchock, Marietta C. Hicks Mary R. Hubban Walters James W. Webb, Saxton A. Weir Jr. Thelma C Weir

action to solve the Panama crisis has cut off the water supply; far as I can remember I Stanley V Hubbard Jr., O E. Jeffers, Geneva Jeffers, James I Edward D West, Robert C. Whitehead. Jr., Alvin D Williams:

Into the massive US Naval base at Ouantanamo. These Isolate The ACL depot has never been on the west side of the track : R. Johnson, Nora Jones Dorothy Jowers Marvin Jowen, Ji.. Elqyn Q. Wilson, Patrick C. Womack Francis F. Worrell/ ,, jr .

incidents are like nuclear physics: the explosion gets btgge; they moved part of the old depot across when they built the Gale Koenlng, Joyce Koening! Leon C. Layman, Pearl Lumf I Clyde M Wright, Mary L Wright

with each reaction. While we ship water Into Ouantanamo, thi new or present one. In fact, It was not the ACL at that time: I kin irwin V Melson Mary Ann Miller Aarson J. Mosley, Roy No.9
It was the Jacksonville, Tampa A Key West Railway and I Precinct
Panamanians will be emboldened to new acts of recklessness can Moalcr Alvin E Mass Leroy H. Nail. Herbert E. O'Neal Ron
remember well when the soldier trains went I Charley Alex. Bartenfleld Mary Frances Bartenfle'd: Richa d
through to TampiThere .
I
until the communist revolution has spread like grassflre to al Lee ONeal, Viola M. Owens Julia Page Earl V. PalmqulsSmythle .
was a wood rack about a mile south of Green Cove wher L Bevlns! Charles W. Church Jr.. Juanita Church, Guy Coirip-
E. Patton Vii
,
of Central and South AmericaIn I Lee Palmqulst Paul Parkenon, Mary
I E Comptron, Frank A.
of ten Jimmie B. Compton Ruth Copeland -
aome the woodburner* picked up wood There were some coal- Ronald Rut
D Perry,
Ooldie O Perry
M. Patton, Perry
glnla
Asia Red China has been diplomatically recognized by burners too There was a little depot west of Jacksonville Tamp K. Raymond E. Rutai I 8r. Audrey Crosby Charles E Gross, Clifton L Ha\eard,
William
Perry, Henry Prevatt, Riley
will almost certainly get material & Doris E. Haveard James D Langley, Zannie A. Ml.iton, O\ille
the French Government and Key West Railway track that belonged to a narrow-gaug I Phyllis A. Rutan, Pauline A Sail Louise Scott, Jeanette Singleton .
aid from DcOaulle In Vietnam close to 1(000 UB troops an railway that ran to Melrose. The old roadbed ls still south or V Spencer. Curtis B SUrlliK,. V McDonald John( H. McKenzie Russell A Nletman, Ralph R
Obey R Singleton Margaret
fighting a losing war Pakistan is angry because of U 8 ale the city.I I Raymond Patricia Spengler, Kirk Sprouse, William L Stalling.
Charles O Taylor Tessl
John M Sylvia, Jr., Virginia L. Sylvia,
to India Cambodia and Laos are veering to the communlsU do not recall any armory or any Inverted cypress stump Taylor Robert Lee Walker, Francis Mae West. Luclous Wes t. Calvin Townsend, Ruby R Townsend John B. Wllbsnks Laura

and in spite of Bobby Kennedy's efforts to the contrary, Sukarno anywhere. Some of the residents used to call the courthous M W West, W. M Weser. Barbara E. Whlsman Jack Whitman I Wilbanks. C. W. Williams Audrey E Wilson, Marion H Wilson.

of Indonesia, has sworn to conquer Malaysia. Africa Is ir grounds a park Jack Whlsman) Jr. Louise White, Reuben White Fred Moody P. Wilson
prospering with Marshall.Plan-automated f ac. The original Methodist Church In Green Cove burned down .
turmoil. Europe, Wllfang, James E. Wright. Mary M. Wright, Jo Ann York, Wll1U Precinct No. 10
lories, has lost Interest in IU ally, the United States. I about 1905 My father built the concrete block building in Us E. York A. R Atwell, Mavis A Ayscue Irene F Ball Louise Battle

far must the situation deteriorate before the United place about 1907 The original building was very much like the Nolen D Beasley, Hattie Mae Bell Roy P. Bell Mildred M,
How
Presbyterian Church Is now, The VIA was back of the origins Precinct NC S
far and farther" I Bentley Bobble A Bohannon, Albert E Bolduc, Lucille T Bol-
"Thus no
States stands up and says: church u far back u :X can remember Harold E. Allen, Undine Allen, George O. Bardin, Jr, Pauline
duc, ),far ale Bowen Columbus K Boyd, Lillian F Boyd, Helene
In 1908 X: was a Western Union messenger! boy and learned Bardin, Mayo J. Bloomfield, Nellie Jane Bloomfield, Barbara E. Brewer Marian B Brewer
A. Brady Thomas O Brady Joe F. ,
the Morse code. Roy Oelger was clerk to the roadmaster wits Bradner, Wilbur W. Carter James L Chesser Lillian I. Chessei, Arthur
Brown Bema
Ethel: N Brtdgman Lawrence E Brtdgman,
an office in the old narrow-gauge depot.I I Charlie S. Davis, James A. Davis, Timothy B. Evans Thorns William .
O Busch Mary Ann Bush, Cleo Edith Butler O Campbell
do not agree with KB (on the location of a VIA building and 0 Frisbee, Henry C Olllls. Mary E Olllis, Mamie Lou Oreer, Homes 8. Jr
Mildred H Card Hazel Cauthen Christian ,
otl 1dttr I
Grace Terrell Hall Joseph N Hall Irlln J. Hall, Alfred FHarris. .
a park near the railroad station) as the ground (around the Combs Charles R Crockett
Ermine D. Combs, Mary Anne : PatsyJ
station) was swampy and some of the trees were quite larg I Farley Harris H. M Howard Joe M Howard John II.I Crockett, Stella T. Dale Teves M. Dale, Lucien C. Dean

bY DUNCAN CiRONER and they did not get that way in a few years and no place for; Howard, Earl Deane Hutcheson. John F Hutcheson, Erring C. Margaret V. Dean Frances Deese, Emmett C, Dehart, Annie

a park.I I Lee, Willie Mae Lee, William Lewis, Dorothy Manning J. W.
John Hall sat doodling on a Mae Dingle, Ansel Doan Sue Dollar, Elvin Dowdy Frank W
Last week in Jacksonville, expect to be In Oreen Cove In about two weeks and 111 tr Manning, Margie Moslry, David Music Jr, Gordon E. McDonald, Partheta
orations that were highly laudatory Driscoll, Pearl Dyer, Archie Sue Falling, Flowers
sheet of paper through a dozen and drop In Sara Beth McDonald Georgian Nolan, John K Richardson, C,
R Galreath Willie Mae dandy, Algertha Gamer Ellsha
Ralph ,
of his life and public career I J. Rleves R. L. Rivers Roy A Roberson, Jr, Woodrow M Row
Darner Jr, Willie C Gibson, Dorothy O Gilbert, Willie C
When, at length, he was called on to stand up and receivea Paul J, Remusat Luella Sampson, James L. Sapp, Sylvia L. Sapp, Carlos H Sis
Green Doris Wright Gross
Goodman. Joan R Oransors. Sallle ,
life membership In the Florida Sheriffs Association, he told a Toledo, Ohio trunk Eva Jane Slstrunk, Lenora Slstrunk. Bonifay Blade J.
Ruth Hall Theresa Hall, Vera B. Hall John B. Harris Margaret
little story I V. Slade, Jr., Cyril H Starling Edward M. Suroskl, Jr
I C! Harris, Willie B Hayes, Betty D Henderson Florence M.

Sheriff Hall said he reminded himself of the woman who Precinct N*. Hinson, Betty F Hinson Jimmie R. Hln on, Turner R Holland,

got up In the middle of her husband funeral at which he was To the Clay County Crescent: Eugene Austin Velma Austin, Larriner E. Brown, Earl Cook, Joseph M. Hollowell, Mary T. Hollowell, Romona J Horner,

being elegized and when someone asked where aha was going Llta Cook Gertrude L. Coote Buck Flowers Betty P. Glove! Albert Howard, James C. Hughes. Patricia Anne Hughes FloraIngle
A couple of weeks letter appeared In The Crescent signed -
she going to look in the box to make sure theywere ago a
she replied was Samuel A Olover Winfred Harris Edward Herndon AngelliHlgdon Sits Phoebe Jackson. James L, Jackson. Joan E Jaeger,
"Watchman" I have given this letter considerable though
talking about the right man. Herbert F. Hlgdon, Maggie Jones, E. O. Kennedy, Myr Malcolm Peter Jaeger, Irene S Johnson, John Earl Johnson,
I think I know what John (Hall and would UkcJ&.:lfireMm views concerning the hopeful
In a very vicarious way, progress. of Clay County.A I tie McLeod Leigh, Henry Edward Miller, Rose Marie Millet June M. Johnson, Robbie Dore Johnson Ruby B Jones, Steven

meant. Donnie Moaley Elsie Mosley Alma Servility Padgett Dell r Jones, Lois Keown, Charles W. Kerle Izora P. Kerle
I
friends allover good newspaper such as The Crescent Is a pillar to the
I finding new
With the elections coming up, am
Padgett, Harry L. Padgett, Helen Padgett. Polite Padgett. Deb Also: Catherine E. Kraly, Edward C. Kuhrt Eunice O Kuhrt
prostrate body In immunity. Thanks to the help of this newspaper, for tho firs
People who would have stepped over my 'ble F Phillips Simeon D. Phillips Adell Plttman, E. Prescott, Jeanne E Latlmer Kenneth E Latlmer, Chester E Liles, Hen
In ever Increasing time In years, our children han an attractive and safe place Uiwlm
months
art,
of 17 three ago
the middle Highway Ellen Smith, Cecil R A Suggs. Elizabeth SUlil.I rietta Ules, W B. Loper Sr, Charlotte Major, Daniel J Major,
and for a while few of the eyesores along highway IT
of favor
numbers, reminding ma put Precinct No 8Idabcl I Charles F Malone Florence Malone Leona Manning Marie
should be, quite a wonderful were being torn down. Now It seems like another standstill I
would be and perhaps,
It Dempsey, Mazelle H. Dubose, Grace C Fullwood ton- Martin W. M. Martin Louis Marton, Monteen Marton Annie
I The only hitch Is I I have always maintained If you want to sell a house fin
fired am
how ali popular
feeling to know the nle L, Pullwood, Latnlra A Olll. Robert Ray Hug Ralph B Mae Mlchaud Lewis G Miller Anne Miracle, James F Mullis
saint It and rake up yard. I
when I confronted by
and
of humor am
have a strange sense Hubbard, Joseph H Johnson, Thelma M. Johnson, Robert C I Jr. Pascal Muse Myrle McDonald Carrie McIntyre Irene Neal
and Such should apply to Oreen Cove The City Is anything buiippeallng
I lose control
break
I likely to up;
these new friend am Raulerson, Mrs. Robert Raulerson, Emma Jane Stephenson Kenneth Neal William Walter Otto Floyd C. Oulton. Donald
with its aged, dimly-lit country stores ( I am happy I II I
forget my proper dignity I W, Owens, Joyce B Owens, Dallas Irene Padgett Chrhtin L.
universally beloved, M see at least AP has hopes for our future ), unsightly build I
I don't mean to Imply I am, even now, I Precinct No Peacock, Freeman B. Peacock Dorothy M. Petty, Lola F Philips
Take the thing that happened the other day. A public official rags, unkept yards, dogs without, homes, pigs, chickens, ()'Oilname Mail Brooks Thomas B Brooks, Elva Dresner Emmeraor Herbert AI. Pittman. Anna B. Qulmby Jessie Lee Rhodes, Elli

holding/ a non-electlyi! office/ told me If I printed a story that, It), Certainly there should\ be more of a dividing line be. M Cole Willie Mae Goodyear, Marie Maallne Arthur Rhoden, M Riley, James L. Riley, Daisy Mae Rivers, James Rivers, Lawrence .

hall we ssy, did not put his best foot forward lie would "take 'ween the City and County than a marker. Henry Robert, Ada L. Smode Everett Al Trant, Faith Turner Robbins Betty Jean Roberts, Luther L. Robertson, Ruth
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care" of me. I had no choice but to aay I would Include that In Title bring u* to the matter of a really fine restaurant Therei I II
D. Rots Sylvia M. William
Robinson, Jeanne Ross. Larry Seine
Precinct N*. T
the story : no doubt about It, this hu been needed for quite sometime
Well you would have thought h* was running for public At for cocktails here we must appeal to the Intellectual people I I Harry W Adams Ells Allmendlnger, Ella 8 Andre, J. S I. Seine Dllburn Watson Saunders John H Scott Ruben Scott
I I Frank O Small Cleveland Smith Eschol Spires Jr., Clifford J.
In the Time 1 Is James Norman Brewerton, Ralph P. Bryan Gertrude R..
office too H* began apollgttlng and hemming and hawing and community not standing till and our children's Austin
telling me I'd misunderstood; that what he had been saying was fcurlty tomorrow largely depend on the prosperity of our town Burch Oeorglna Marl Burnham Therese Marie Caine, RichardJ. Stevens, Vslrta Stith Laura M Taylor Paul I. Taylor Marvin

w* should get together. So, being an old softie I told him I toda,. And we certainly cannot expect to prosper on the rev- Caine, Homer B Casey, Ala L Chapman, Earl K Cherry, F Thomas, Hayward W. Thompson Earl M Toler MargaretInn

would not print his threats. flue received from gasoline to transport many of us outsideur Trances C Chewington. James B. Cheaslngton. Francis O Toler Barbara Ann Tucker Garland Tucker, Howard( A.
Linden S, Van Ormer Aaron W. Varnes Jannle Mae
Pucker ,
Actually, the threats are not much different from these new I community for our want and need. I. Clark. Lucille S Clark Olen B Crawford. Mabel B. Crawford

love I'm finding They're both as transparent u a pair cf Bur Compare Clay County to the surrounding counties and than Carl Eugene Cuuourt, Evon M. Dukes, Gerald L Eatep, Mar ITaughn. Rosa Lou Wainwright Bennie L. Wallin Floral Wanh-
lene Dan M. Fenn, Sylvia C. Fenn. Benedict Flnser Jr. non Jack Waahmon. France Irene White, O W Whitaon
lington's best women's stockings .alias: "I am not my brother's keepei". Eatep,
But It raises a question I frequently ask myself I I The principle of the right of men and women, recognised Marshal L, Gamble. Thomas E Oamar, Jr. Mildred Ollsson.ft I lame T Wilcox, Kay H. Williams, Thomas Jimmie Wilson

What ls the funcUon of' a newspaperman In a small community u Individuals and not merely u the slaves of any political: L. Griffin, Ruby E Griffin Thelma Hall Elvira D Harris, j Vim L Woodruff Qua E Wright

(or a big ones t Is a reporter such a fool he ls supposed lachlne, large or small, ls more honestly persuasive than the Frank W Harris, James L. Hayes, Jessie W, Henog Gloria Olletherington. Precinct NC It

to believe In the new admirer who spring up out of the woodwork heory of the rights of states. Of course would be convenient James Lee Hetherlngton, Tommy K. Hill MaryC Minnie White Allen Carl M. Batten Joe Bryant Rose W

at election: Urns I* he supposed to suppress what commonly .nd tolerable If Missouri were decently wet even though Kansas Holland Irene A Hughes Joseph U Hughes. Barbara J. lunten, Violet M Burke, Dorothy Coleman. Betty T Davis.

goes by the name of news where It may hurt some In- 'ere'' to remain Indecently dry. Even so, It would be non the I I Jackaon France E. Jensen Ole Jensen, Emmett Hay Jones, O*or re E. Davis Lottie M. Davis Phyllis O Dewitt Maude Eolbler .

dividual . even when he Is physically threatened, I.NM political tyranny, an unjust triumph of Intolerant ChrUtlangUlatlon Arlyne ROM Law Charle Ray lAwrence Alfred V. Lawton, D Quentin L Dolbler Alice W Donaldson. Willie Ham Jr.oeeph .

It h* did the end result would not be a newspaper but a for Kanasa to have a dry law, I I Annie r Lawton Haw) Liggett. Said K Lloyd Dorothy T,, F Harper, Sarah M. Hughes, Harry A. nialey, Lois Ills-

bulletin board full of such stimulating Items as who got promoted I do not believe In freedom for myself or my state alone X: be. Martin. Vlrgial Miller, James W Mullls, Claudia\ V McMaatrr, ey, Margaret C Irvine 8. E. Irvine Jean O Koyker Corlnne

to cub scout. This bulletin board would have no view lin. In freedom for all. We shall have real civilisation only Fary Novotny Vermont Novotny, Lucille F Parker, Marie C untie' Emily L. Lens, Stella S Miller. Horace Munford. Mary

which readers are always free to act on or Ignore, And, wontof 'hen' freedom U genuinely honored u Inviolable. farker Yale O Park, Daisy A Parmelee. George A. Parmelee itunford Lucy M Nelson Mary E Newcomb James O Pickle

all, th alleged newspaperman would\ not be .a professional Interested Cltisen Joseph P. Pawllkowkl. Patricia M Pawlikowakl. Burnam }.tlnnle Pearl Pickle, Carl Swaney, Marilyn F. Swaney, Frrttda

newspaperman but\ an editorial harlot who sold his Integrity fora Jr.. Dorothy M RUlCMr. Marilyn A. Rusht n. Herb O, hlt."I' Marie Terrell, Marion F Vandewalker, Margaret 8 Vonckx,

mess of smiles, promise tnd/or threat. I Marian R. Sergeant Emily M Schluensen Jennie W Mae Belle Woody David O Young

X am sun J P Revels ha pondered the question of what ford Mary E Smulskl Shirley R Springer Eugene V

would happen to Oreen Cove If there were no Ford agency In Ida: U Sutton Joseph L. Well. Sarah Lou Wells Marion C.Whit. Precinct Ne IS

the town. I suppose th. banker and druggist and retail merchant ounty Voters "Mifsing"l .11 .. Beverly B Wldegren. Ernest V. Wldetrcn. Mae L. Wood, Dortha N. Bedtngfleld. Jlmmle L Boding Held. Vance F. Beniptt. .

and doctor and lawyer all ask themselves periodically. I I I Ronald C. Young William Caaon Young, James O Zowarka, Jack W Bird. Cleo' M Bird. Ire Bohannon. Myrtle L. Do'arson

the same thing: What would\ happen were It not for m*. 1 I The following I Is a list of "m1ae1", county elector who did Bcttye U Zowarka. Fonxie L. Bowden Paul E Burns Dorothy N Bums,

What In fact would happen to th* community and I am not vote In the 1941: elections. Unless th M persons appear In I I PrMliwt N.. I amen H Butler Barbara L Corey, Charles C Cook Benjamin

speaking of the County u a whole If there were no towspaper error at the office of the County BupmUor of Registration, Odd Bach Vltano W A.L Crow, Doris A. Crowe, Betty E Davis Mlnda L. EllenburgIvelyn .
the list of eligible voters A Ann U Arts Sally Ann Bach Scene U Flndetae-n. Thelma M Frabltore, Emll D Ollflllan. Jr
Unhappily, the Bradford County Telegraph, for which X heir names will bo purged from
Port K Barco. U T Barco. Jr. Ann H Barnett Rita
han the hlghett regard, ha the edge on m* In Keystone. But ard wa mailed to each of these person and approximately laggott, Otis W Blair. lancy A. OUfillan Loralne Blanton Coin Vernon D. Ooln Jr.
F
Den,
I Mildred C Berth. George
let tor.. there Bradford. County'' 000 more who did return them!I. The** failed to return their J.1 Barrow harlotu. J Harvey, Melvin Walter Harvey, Robert J. Hawley.
us assume, a moment were no
Ruth M, Blount, J, K Bryan Mildred L. Butler Rocer H Byrne,
Telegraph no Jacksonville paper, no Cnwtnl There' would ard to the. sUP<<'" or's office Under Chapter 0I 0s1. stateectiun rmn E Hicks Mary Lou HuUlnger, Norman F Hulllnger.
C4 E Cain. Stanley! A. Cain. Jr George H Cherry, W V
be no question asked; no Item I that Indicated a public\ official lava, those who fall to appear In person at the. tuiwr- William T Oarman. Peggy C CIrarman. Virginia W3lle. I II velyn L Huguenln. Robert L. Huguenln. Ol M Ingrain Betty

had put both feet squarely in his mouth, no Judgment arrived ,lour of registration's offlc In the county courthouse. Oreneve 'rhrcter .can Jackson Jerry E Jackson Marilyn arrell. Virgil L. Johnon. -
Lola Ann Cuevaa. Ray J
B Collins Brnul Crow
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(\ Francis
( niuat bet removed from the voting list: I Anthony J Kaupas. Joel L Kennedy, James E. Kerry, Jr ,
at. I I \teva. Haatl M Cxapko. Thoma Csapko. James Billie t>mnotu '
tonald R Lane. James B Lomlnkk Jr RoM M LomlMckoulM ,
A County cltlsrn told m* this morning In public, the only Frrrlnrt. Ne, I I Ella R Dnwhamp, M M DrMhampa. Jew Dlxon. Jesse M Mlllrr Thomas M Miller William C Mitchell Jr.

American newspaper, h* had ever heard of that printed anything. Phyll M Ashley Vernon C Ashley. Bktndia Mae Bailey. [soon Jr J W Douglas Dorothy M Ell& Evelyn' M Ellis.Ubrrt I rtha M Xtc far land. Sherman P McFarland Duane M" Nlfongrx
fcut what his advertiser told the editor to print wa the Emprla Jen- Jr,. Margaret P Falrbrother. Barbara
'' larerlla!! F Btorker. John W Chapman. Victoria\ Crockett, C Falrbrolher J Plcard Mae D Picard James C Perkins, Lavenla M rtr-


With all due respect to that clUaen whom X count a friendhe best( P llolmbcrg, Ralph Humphrey, Edith Hunter Samuel II Forixr. His a Foster. Frederick\ M Fez Iris P Fox Earl ('bad R Poller Wtlbert Alex Pre stl. Judith A RMl'nNfI

I Is full of hot-butUrtd. nun | rfferaon. Onevlev K Johnson Gilbert N Jotm.olRo, K W Frttu. Jauqulne O Frttu, Florence J G.ble. Andrew Oardler L-o C iVwenbrrg Drlorta I Sandy. Robert L Sandy Sr. Jean
The Creacvnt print all the new It can lay Its lands on France Gilbert Ak U Ollmour Br
.hiuwn., Luclll U Jones William R Kelley, Mary Ann Kel'yrancl Evelyn R. Oilbrrt 3ou: Mabrl M Buarnurhl Rtchar H Svtxuowikl.<< Dalla
Inadequately tatted a* It U It will continue to do>> IIcIt will W Keptiart II* Barbara Kephart Elizabeth L Kwt. : 'rha A Greene, UUian Ore ft. Roy F Or.fe. Marcia. Oma io"N4'neS.' George W Turner Alice M Walker James M.

onUnue, so long aa I run It and I Intend to run It until one of man. Balll Langley, Henry lawson, Albert P Lt*. Charles Wilm ). 'rutrlea. E. Orover Lillian A Orowr Clara 0 Hasenslek HarryI talker Morris C White Jr Ethel Whilfleld, Harry E Whit.
children take over, to haw view that are. unaffectedby B U MamWnrkftt L L Hall. Mary Oar Hall Treva Lou Hall
ran Samuel 1
By Lr*. ivrts W I... Ruth M Lee, *. tagesukk wld.. Norma tee Wilson Julian WlnrhraUr Dale Suxann*
threat or by those who Ignore. m* on month and try to (Helen A. LumWy Billy H, Maple, Helen It Mill. K C Harmon Ftanrr 8 Harris Larry H Halls Christine rri,ht. Phillip A Wright Lou K Wroten.cot .

marry me the next And the chip can fall where" they may A smr C Mill, Jr Evelyn IV Mitchell, John T Mitchell 1 IlirdM I I Ito lartwvll CorrW K Ham. Robert JudeII..,.*. Helmer B 11,1.t.on. *

lot of them haw already, fallen on my uninsulated akull I (1 I Mojrr Jam*. K Moyvr Bobby L Murphy Virginia A Murhy . J Clarence Hill lasts K HuL Don A Holman. bullies

If I'm the fellow all Ihot offlcv-aeckert ar. talking about. Plurence L MrAndrew. William A MtAndre. CUr A I ItocUrld. P I I Hotman. Alma M Ikioer Ruth E. Horn. Ole )lit Hunter j I

* or the Idiot making threat at then so must It be, I m too i t.. (Muse W McCaffrey. OUa\ A. McCaffrey Tnonia Start"* D Hutchln. awn D HuUMn. Carl C. Ja kon. Flora"

dunned old and ugly. to b* bought by a smite or an ad | r McOuckln Ralph K McManu. Ann It Nash Kenneth Paul J'M Jenkins Clarence C Jone. Nadlm Jones James Carroll

There la nothing pompous or wit *rrving or pontifical about ash Nell Ne.ve*, Ord U Owen. John H Packer onvra. Volll M*. Krarky. John 0 Kearky Francl M Kemp I IXE / AID: USED CARS

any of this I think any *.respecting! profr* ioiial newtMptr-<< Also, Clarence L Parker. Carolina Brock Parson. W S Par- Wan C Klnard. Robert II Klnard. Bai Slier" Jane Larklacher .-

man would aay and do the same thing | ..Ins, Ida Ma. Patria Carol A. Pedro Marian R. Ptnland. WU- WlUlam P LackmuMhrr Claude E Land. Jr I

-- -- III PrnUtvi. White A PUUnan. Alvin D PTtol.as. Val Jean Also Catherine a Latarto Don Levine ftarmh J Lrtdcn. M I IL

CLAY COUNTY. CagCgNi. I "aiiord. Itorolhy J tUnury. Richard W Ramsey.. ROM Ray. Link KaroHn A LtMrrt Robert Train: tMrrt, Ells. C low, I VAN NESS D ICX PONTIAC INC

wNtY 'K too to* cut 'I i site e\)a eat 'nclu n\KMtd Oilbrrt H R i<*a*. Jr Jean A Repaia. Ethel: l U* 1WJ'f'I'i tgvad. Robert L Luio Derry 8 Lyda, Sara 0 Lyda. Ruth I ,

DUNCAN eOlDTHWAITf 6.OM IDIlO au PuautMIS.rximrrM -" * H Ik>bcofU. Mart H KofcrrU. ....."\Roberta, at Cub lassie... Margaret C Maya, Kenneth L Mella Po&yanrta) MrCn.iiUl c... aeelaga

IIONARO 101 ICHAVEUCINI MtNtciiPtiMjMiit I +r1a>n, earl Robrrteaii. Chart J Rowland alt *, Row. 1 W Mrtuwi. Jr J.ennat M MnrrU. MM E. UmttVI'onJi t

MIA,. etnim lanlt., C 11 tUnnan H 0 Khan.**. UlUan Ruth Short hobby C Mrnvtt. Barbara T Mima. George M MJM.M THIS \n: :J\"S SI'.:r.\L

Mae t.K..M 1 I' CMKKI ft a*. l.cf Mite. Butilrton.' AArtt: B BtngkHon. Hrlrn Skoololaa! James M Laity Willis II ).101ft. John a.. MtCaO. Nora L Mtad. ,

Can Ce" tTcvir e 1"11"eel' *i*" .,ft &00(1)\\... .Pete J ettoofoU. Calhrrtr J Smith. John O Mulls JaAiwtyn, M M
.lain Rt .. Pu-sue I I"
Gel
Jacnowus k| I4-eT IfVkUmL Crma Tartar, R- C Tea u., Uwtrrw F Thorn. IcDonowh Mary laM J.It oraMafh. LU&aa W IttOr*. Rich.

SlOMt ClAM NI4. f... are tMI C_ l>*iM Pl* .M J M ThamiMMi. Carmm C Thorp. Vktar O Thorp, Aim K ant M.
ovrr. K. ft Tow Wallet A VannatU. Jam*. H Walt Joy** ", Clarvnr Carvr NW, CnMtta T )nes. LonoM: Names
{suasctirrtc urn CaUiartn M Walter Jack WantUUam hlllbw Uanett N.nst x Mama' C Norton. Tnccna J. OHrtna :' i .M..UI Dlrwt Use to hi ........5 Gd
ONE m IN ADVANCI ?.-_ -. - - -- e I \\>all. Lawrence B. Wags j'
TWO YAltS IN ADVA.NCI --. '-- --- 1. \\. H Water R. L W>0*. CU MaUUa WrrU. Caleb J aneaaur W OUrn. AAgv&M & OOum. KM t Orbeerl,,

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Green Cove Socials i C.lttkman's: Group} Elected Officers

I i The Clay County Cattlemen' to the state association were:
I J C Barn 'ell of Jacksonville and Mm Dave Cox of
Returned from Texas Haven Gordon
I A1W1I'1aUolmf't. recentlyIn Das of Penney Farms;
Mrs Dennis Jarrell and her -- I I Alliance Ohio spent the ctk- the Courthouse Annex, I R D Starling of Mlddleburg
daughter Terry Lynn hove Return Home end with Mr and Mrs A I They elected the following and Jack Wilkinson of Clay
returned to Green Cove from Mrs Frank luldreth<< returned: Gitrrafiuea, Mrs. Dave Cox lithe Hill
'' officers for the coming year: !
El Paso Texas They will stay to her home In Sanwon, Ala, sister of Mri. Clurrsiiue* George I.. Carlisle president; I -- --- --
kr nth Mr JarreU'i parents Mr on Sunday after a vUtt of several and will remain for a visit heir George! Valldejulll, vice president
and Mn A, P Jarrell until weeks with her daughter I I Robert K Hogarth, trras- 'I
Mi JartfII is discharged from and son-ln-U, Mr, and Mrs.! Parent Mull titer and E, I). McCall, socret I CLAY Phone it(711\
the AmIn the near future L B. Urunnon Mr, and Mrs
i Mr and Mr Ed*'aid PUtt, ry Also circled an dlirctorishttr ;
I Handy Uruiwon drove her hone Jr. of Oranltexllle. 8 C. were<< lineal thru ri' ocln Tao
Home for week-end and returned to Green Coveon the guests I last, week of their Mi-, Charles Strlbllng MI u H rat caning,
Mice Katharine Anderson, a Monday I I son and dftunhter-ln-law. and Mm J C Shiunan both of 1 A 9 p.m,
student tt 8t Josephs Academy i and Mrs F.d'Aard l Plait, 111fiue Columbia C Sat \: !nun l ".iiiniimKI
in 6t Augustine, spent Mull 111'I| __ ___ I I I rum .' p in.Med. .
he weekend" with her 1 Mrs H a Stone of Jacksonville
( parents .ls I mm t. ('. I lUvf GUMlh - -
Mi and Mn Berwick Ander- ls the guest of Mra A 11.1 i Mr and Mm Walter Kelley I Mr and Mm. Conway OlnuaInul Thur. A Fri
ton 1 Reid had an their KuesU taut wick at their Brents this week Feb It. It. U
r' t -- I Mrs Kellry mother, Mm J I) Mi and Mrs Clint Clark of CAPTAIN MISn.'D
Celebrate BirthdayMr Hume for weekend Booiigln of Orrenvllle. 8 C and I Cli e wboror, N C. staffing
and Mrs. Deward Priest Mix Tina Damron, a student Guy \\'IIlI..m.
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were guests on Sunday at a It 81 Jiwoplw Academy In -*-
birthday dinner for Mr. Pi tat 8t AuiiusUnc, stint the weekend MaL Feb IS
at the home of their daughterand *lth her Parent Mr. and tVMI. OKNOUK
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son-in-law Mr and Mr Mn J C Damron Miss Donna el in starring
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Klenal. a from Atlanta / Susan PlewhelU
I was also a guest for the !
CMISCIMT. PHOTO IT GUI Kou and Mr, A D Duck, Followingthe weekend. FIIMM! Home ATI.ANTIS
meeting the centerpiece on I starring
Past presidents of the Green Cove Springs Brantley Lucas Standing L to r, : Mrs, the past presidents table waa I Attend tloriila Slate Fair J.,ee Hall
Womans Club honored Herman Reed :Mrs. A. I). Mrs.! fhun. 9 I
who were at the Dock presented to Mr*. R, 0, Dell.i Mr and Mrs. N D Yant and CII.\ILIS; : II1I/JI; 1 -*-
Founders Day luncheon but week are seated eey Moore (present president) Mrs U M. a former president at Clay their two sots, Bcott and r Sun thns Wed
L to r, Mrs. Elmer Johnson Miss Bonnie Johnston and !Mrs. Letter Rowe Memorial Hospital, where she returned home Sunday t r funeral )Director Feb. U II
Dean Baker Mrs. J, R. JoUssaJnt. Mrs Mark'i .
1s a patient,. I IMra. pending l the week at the r THE wiirri.rastarrlnf puuas
A D !Reid, chairman: of da State Fair In Tampa.MI..r r/.* I I'lunie '.' II, !?111/I: /
the hostesses for this meeting JaaM Garner
Womens Club Honors Past Pm/cknts
was assisted by Uesdames A \UIU! (1RII.N tou: nrniva. FIIIRIDA, and
0. Shands. Pearl Hall, E 8OusUfson Dr and Mn David Cox and I IIWY u EAST r, o. nnx 411 Iee a..k
At Founders, Day' Luncheon I Warwick: Kenney their two children of Winter
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The Green Cove Springs Woman troduced each past president by ceived an azalea plant which' Joseph Roth and Mr
Club luncheon meeting presenting her with a large red I IA a custom: of the club Past Leonard Russell were welcomedas : r
honoring the past president valentine with her name Inscribed presidents attending were: new member at this m
at a Founder Day program and read a poem Mrs Lester Rowe Mn L. M. Ing t.1 UPER.RHTwMEIT
was held last Thursday at the which described the outstanding Johnston Mn. Brantley Lucas,I Quests attending the '
VIA. accomplishment during Mr, J. R Jollssalnt Mill Donnle were Mrs E. M Ude, Join ,
Mn Fred Nelson program her term of office. Following Dean Baker, y,... ElmerJ Lyman, lllas Sandra R eM, BEST BET VERTUMe' !
chairman for this meeting, in_ this each past president re Johnson Mn Herman Reed ,, Mrs. R J. SysterThis ,. !
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o P SupermarketTo Gospel VolunteersContinued I Honored By OP Jaycees I I knew school nothing principals\ about a memorandum the episode. He Instructing said he had them sent to to have all

their schools In shipshape condition when the survey team
from Page One came In
Open Soon the Park of the Palms, bringing Into the area hundreds of II I However, other school principals In the County told The
visitors from all over the nation. The conference is run by I Crescent they were aware of what had gone on at Clay High

Gospel Volunteers, a 60-year-old organization which operates I "Ask Parker," Mr Long said.
a similar conference at the Camp of the Woods, north of j James A. Parker principal of Clay High School In Green Cove
Utica, N.Y.. during the summer I
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could not be reached by The Crescent
I The Board agreed to send representatives with others attention of Mr. Urn.
the matter was brought to the
from the Keystone Christian Colony on March 5 to confer
he at first said that some Clay
When he was reached
with State Road Board representatives In Lake City. i.
The Park of the Palms buildings, Including an auditoriumwith High students had perhaps cleaned up blackboards and prettied -
r a capacity of 600 persons, which are to be used for the up bulletin bords In MIme of the classrooms.
I proponed junior college, are described as being of Ocala limestone Confronted with the testimony of at least five Clay High
( students who participated In the maintenance and Janitorial
Residents at the Keystone colony are admitted on the I I chores. Mr. Parker admitted some academic classes had been
basis of their character and association! with "an evangelical I I omlted so students could do the manual labor of cleaning the
s I church Average value of the homes already built there is building
put at 115,000 by Mr. Felgert He said he did not believe that any student missed "more
In other action, the Board designated March as Red Cross I than an average of one class a day during the two-day clean.up. .
Month In the County The Rev, Gordon Craig Is the newly He added this was good since It engendered In the studentsa
I elected chairman of the County chapter of the Red Cross and sense of pride they mould not otherwise get
Richard Sapp, Oreen Cove postmaster, will head the drive that Told that some students had missed two or three classes
will seek to raise $5,260. dally during Thursday and Friday of week before last. Mr
The Board also accepted the resignation of Farm Forester I Parker said It was possible that In certain classes teachers had
Don Champion, effective! March 1. Members of the Board voted overplayed the situation!
to write a later of commendation on Mr Champion's 12 years i But Mr, Parker said he had no control over the hiring of
service to the County lie Is taking a position with private in. Janitors for his school building and no control over the qualityof
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(Staff photo by Gene Koza.) ". -. ,( I Thla means cooperation at the County level he said
NOTE OF THANKSDue I '' ..;;.. I Asked U he was not setting cooperation at the County
The ultramodern AP Supermarket in Orange Park is ... level, he was quick to disclaim any such Implication.On .
to the fact I cannot Clay Memorial! Hospital, and CMICINT. PHOTO sr Greg KOlA to students who .
scheduled to poen in the near future Still to be Installed before Monday of last week, according partlclpated
thank each of personally, while I convalescing at
the opening, a small amount of Interior equipment, some you I was Louis L. lIunU" Chairman of the Board of County Com Clay High students were either drafted or volun
I take this means of thanking home. My sincere thanks, too,
I mlHlonrrt received: the Orange Park Jajrcer Good Govern- teered to go to Dunbar High and remove some furniture and
paving and a canopy in front The supermarket, whose shopping all my friends for the beautiful to the doctors and hospital
I ment Award at their annual award dinner last Friday night. take It to Clay High
space covers approximately 11000 square feet, will have flowers, gifts and cards, and staff and to the Rev Gordon volunteers for
had sought
State Rrp WIlliam Baiford of Dnval County, received the Mr. Parker said he. himself, no
facilities for carrying as much frozen foods as any of the big not the least for the visits and Craig for their kindnesses and about it.
I or Jaycee distinguished service award. The principal ipeak- this job and that he knew nothing
AP supermarkets In Jacksonville I words of kindness from each I consideration. er at the dinner was Duval County Commissioner Bob "It may have been folding chairs for some athletic event."
of you during my illness In Bertha Barron llarrli and the master of ceremonies was Charles, Cook, he said
s ..rr1N'.wr -_.._ -.-- of Jacksonville dlitrlct Jayeee vice president Approximate- It may have been. A battalion of Clay High students last
I Ijr SO persons attended the award dinner week were working, on a volunteer basis after school hours,
Baker Salcs . ---- ---- preparing the gymnasium for the upcoming Keystone basketball .
tournament.
(Continued from Page One) Classes At Clay Clay High made the headlines not many weeks ago when
Ized 50 shares of stock at no . Its basketball team walked off the basketball court In a game
par value with Santa Fe High School where Clay High coache sdisagreed
<( s Incorporators are: T. W. Baker with the decisions of the referees
William E, Baker. L. A. classes were not held so students' could wield mops, scrapers Since then It has been Impossible to determine what disciplinary
Baker, P D Baker and D A I and window-washing equipment action, If any, was taken against Clay High
Baker all of Lake Geneva Illrrls C Long, County superintendent of schools, said he
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Alumna Mr and Mrs. E. R. Wilson I
Chowenwan100,000 < CHURCH NOTICE
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Petersburg, to atend the annual
t ,. v ) YMCA banquet there.' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

1 Tq Penney FarmsReporter Mr Wilson Is one of tho oldest' SOCIETY

!? 4-H Club retired Y.M.C. general secretaries Cot E. Houston St. A
In the country They will
N. Magnolia Ace
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SPRINGSFLORIDA
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will be<< observed In the Penney I Rt'MVUGE SALE Service held Sundayat

1 Memorial Church sanctuary bya I AT :NEW LOCATION I 11 a. m
w
I service' tomorrow at 9::30 The Rev and Mrs C. H Co. The Ladle Guild of the Subject I

o'clock All are invited to attend ken had as their guests, last Catholic cnurrh will hold a I

By George M. Owen. Jr. and Sandra L Reese A special collection will I week, Mr. Coker's brother I rummage vale at the Catholic''' SOUL

'' | be taken for project In our Floyd O Coker and his sister church parish hall behind the February II, IXt
Winning and losing are common Carol and Edwin Baker, from i own country and overseas I Mrs Daisy E. Tier. both of! Catholic thUl't'hon) Palmettoand A cordial invitation ii rxtenled
words In our everyday life, the Keystone Heights 4.11 Club I Osaw'atomic, Kan. Mr. Floyd Bay Street This Is a new II III to attend our service.
International) statesmanship
from basketball I Carol and Edwin exhibited The M>'ra Morte noble class I I Coker I.I owner and manager ol location and the sale will\ be
to he high school
: their Angus steers in the second held 1U February meeting in a small chain of general andvariety I open from ,i to 1 o'clock. --- -

lame half of the class-1 division. the sanctuary of the Penney I I stores in eastern Kansas They have a good selection I Murrhee
These words of Importance
great
are I I Carol placed 10th and Edwin lives he Co I
Memorial Church. Mrs R E. Mr Tice on ol colt hi ng and household Item
to our particular way 3rd in the class one division. president key family farm which has which ate teavmsbly priced '
Crosby the new presided
10f life though we do not seem I i Insurance Agency
1 Devotions were led by been In the pmweMlon of the I Public patronage In Invited
I to hear as much about how we Doth entered he show ring I:
Coker family for four generations
M Ackerman chairman
I accept inning or losing M we with high hopes and a sincere Mrs C I \\URn Or TIUNKS !
belief that of them wouldsin of the committee on devotions
used to Gracious acceptance one
r We would like to express our DiQU
of both used to be stressed u the grand championship Mrs Ackerman spoke : A YtI
..w' laas+ tr'rc'111 DIa I one of the more Important benefits i of the show This was also my on "1'o'Al'rIt Peace In Prayer I The eldest son of Mr. and deepest, word apprlclatlon of sympathy of evrrJPI'R.tr and I wwsrYUwvltas
derived from events that honest belief. However, the ;' quoting from Robert E. Mrs W. II Uxlds. William
Camp Chowenwaw the 175-scre camp operated, on several art of kindness In the loss of
had the end result of winning judge did not see the animalsas Bprer.; and quoting lIf'C'torl Black Creek Just oft State Highway 17 by the Gateway our loved one Nlnirod D tire
or losing we did and in the space of scilpture\ promlws on prayer parents for three days lust
Girl Scout Council Inc. of Jacksonville WM bolt last I I I 1 continue wee IM niriiAtinii'Riuir"
to
Within the realm of 4-1 H 20 minutes a year of endless The cl 1"11II'ott'd week He Is from IVtrolt and I
wrrk-" to approximately 200 Girl Stouts They come trrry I reading, telling of Mrs II L Showman A(Will
patriotic here to attend
club work ,,'e have many feeding, grooming, walking and I II 111'\ a meeting.
week-end during the winter months and for four 1-wttk Tommy F1IH
Mrs C A. O Pease gave a -- --- Phone 473-4780
events of a competitive nature, training was over Doing back I I
session during the lummer and official estimate that I Milford Ellis
Livestock, poultry, land and through the barn where the Korean orphanthe I _
since the camp was built (by the VPA during the depret- making of the tint An'l'rl.I
animals kept I "'UamlUt'd : I
vegetable Judging are all team I I were
slon), more than 100.000 girl scouts have spent a weekend I can flag by nty Roes who
activities Public speaking, at some of the remarksand I AttentionFlorida I
roughing it. !Shown above some of the girl from one of and persuaded Oeneral Washington COMING FEBRUARY 18TH
shoeing cattle hogs, and fat antics of both parents '
the camp's five "vl lales" frosty Saturday moraine will, that
prepare a steers are Individual events 011 I children Atltudes of disgust, I much against his
breakfast a competitive nature. Such an remorse. questioning the Judge'sability I rather than copy the six pointed ;

I event was held last week at the I 1 were quite prtvrlant I star used by the British the I

I Florida State Fair at Tampa. This was not true of Carol and Americana should have a five
this of IU i Motorists !II II II
Its support year
The Florida Fat Stock Show Edwin From Them the largest steer show In Florida ) we have to haY epic- pointed star modeled after the

I was held as one of the feature I lure of the steer made now-i I stars of the. heavens,
I agricultural attractions we will Just have to do a bet. Mrs II E Everley and her I

of the fair There, some 93 Ur job next year I hope so committee\ served a Valentin
boy and girls assembled to and to in class :3 wins that division tea at which Mrs Crosby and

I compete for six clam honors I I I wonder who the grand Mrs Robblna; poured

ft and one grand championship champion will bet No remorse I I SD
Broderlck of MilS
honor Seven winners out of bitterness\ noran.. The* Mrs Mibel
93, and all\ of them youngsters knew how to win dlebnro. Mass. ha been Visit

to be one of the ,,' I or to Jose To m*, they cam I Ins Mrs Mar C Off and Mill I I

We were, fortunate to rlPf'Cln'l i out winners, congratulations to Carrie A. Tarbell Mrs Brod- I
resented by two I both of them for their fine crick wa formerly associatedwith
and Miss Tar
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Donald E. Lee, a 1941 graduate of Clay Hlch, If shown
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The Lions Club of Green Cove next Tuesday will present' this is In addition to her own specialty acts; but it is all in fun above fr.) accepting a plaque symbolising the Ralph J. Cordtner
two showing of the Ken Griffin TV Thrill-Orama at the Oreen I and she emerges smiling from each ordeal. Award for outttandlng scientific cahlevement. Mr. Lee, 39 yean

Cove Junior High School. I I Roberta, who has appeared on the screen, television, and' ago wa educated at the t'ntlversity of Florida, the Georgia
The first showing, for students will be presented at 2:30 on the legitimate stage where she starred in such Broadwayhits Institute of Technology and Columbia University and has been
o'clock. Student tickets may be purchased at he door at 50 cents as "Bell Book and Candle" "Lo and Behold," and "LadlesIn with General Electric Company for 12 yaw The award, pre-
each. II I Retirement," finds her present activities quite different from tented by Dr. Roy Beaton, Ill< general manager of General
Tickets for the feature showing, to be presented at 7.30: her former straight acting career, ,aft, Llectrlc's Spacecraft department at Valley Force, Penn., WM
that (Tuesday) evening, may be purchased at a reduced rate presented to Mr.: Lee for his development of a complex mosaic
I According to Griffin he has programmed his show so that
from members of the Lions Club; or at the door at $121 mirror that helps simulate the sun for testing of space vehicle
I the public Is privileged to move into a world of enchantment
The show, which has been presented on television on such where dull reality has no place and humdrum problems are r r at GE's Valley Forte Space Technology Center Ills educationwas
headliner programs as The Ed Sullivan Show, is a two-hour banished for an evening at least. Following the time tested achieved largely through the Navy and he was commissioned -
at the of %0. lie I Is a son of Mrs. L. C Lee
ensign
featuring Ken Griffin and presenting an ace
mystery revue
variety
stage revue pattern of novelty, music, comedy, and spectacular
television acts well comedy, dancing, and the late Mr Lee who operated a general store at Doctors
several outstanding as as
feats, the show has appeal to :young and old. Always a hit with
Inlet for many years. Ills younger brother, Kenneth 29, Is also
and novelty acts.
audience participation
our Illusions with Imagination, effectiveness and appeal Each
with GE, working the same project, at HnntsvtUe, Ala. In
Among those participating in the chow Is Roberta who on
the udlence are the TV Illusions. Griffin says; "We present
the performance Is decaplated, hypnotized, floated in I the center above is Donald Lee's wife, Mrs Elizabeth Lee, a native
during illusion is sn Intriguing secret that will amuse and stimulate
thin air, subjected to the searing flames of burning torches,I the minds of the people" of Philadelphia. They have two daughter. Mr. Lee's parents
pierced with swords and made to vanish Into the unknown.. All I put four children through college,
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13. 1144 PAGE .EYZNP

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I.KGAI. EUTICM ,I HtUL NOTICK LEGaL ISOTKK I I LIUL I\OTU'III I

I i IN TiCK COUNTY ,n.t\tln
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OfCLAY CUIKT: IN AND FOR IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OrCbAY SOTHK IIP rLOSHO OP ROAD
IAUt COUNTY fLOHIOAla CLAY COUNTY. KtAJKIUiFll COUNT KUIKIDA lt. > WHOM: IT NAY UONCKKNNOTIOK : THE
CHA.SOEKtNU. No. (II In Cham-fry 18 MKKROY OIVB.N: I
C-I7II IN UK H8TATH OP Ntaa 0MIMMB that, on the loin day of February
B\RDARA A. PARKER! AMI> 0 LCNUIN.; P ra..d. BFJ.I, UlttWS. A.I>. 1114, In auoordance
plalntOT ftOTICK TO tlllCDITOHS: flalntUt with Pull ,, 11*,OH and II*10
*.. To all ,"'lIor. and all thrionhatiiK .. I' Florida Htatutra" 1 iii.. th. Hoard 01111 ISTIRn
HKKSCHEI.: : W. PARKER.I .claim or 4 'm.nd. .' 11E.NM9 U OluinS.TWtnilant. ..'Cuunu' i'ommialonrt, of Clay '
>f>(*nd.nt .aln.t laid Mtatr.ou. 1 fimnly. Klnrlda *d |itd rnao.lutlun .
!NOTILK UK at IT \ and rath of you arc lir*. *OTIt'H< nf M IT ili...lna, alianditnliiMaI I ;
TilE 8TATK OP 'I IRIUA-TO bnotiflfd anil ruulrrd to pr TIlE': STATE': n.OHW.-TO) :: ..lInll anil illm-nnllnulnr vrtiilnmad. S1IFCEffiODITOR
Hrrathrl N. Parker rnl n\ claim and demand., KIHI 4 lit nnl. 1.. tlrona i>r aM>nua In Clay Count' I
'. .t V. A. HixpiulHcpulv whlth ui. or t-lth.r ..t (ou. illS, I1 H. imilolM : Florida. d.-*>.ril 1.,1 a. follow II. i
roXDITIOXIXQ U\IRTTS 1 1\IILK VELI"RY .<1., 1'.lIfonl. hate a.*inm thf ..,.,. of HIll lI'ary 1'iillir. lUttallmi, I I All that IIHII of Ih. fallow Inn I
YOU A UK>: HKKtCUT NOT1KIE1: \' I' i.l'NIlN. dtHPMVd Ul. AlUl. % ...,nt..,... a\rnu a* ahnwa tin pint
- that a stilt ha. lin fll.d loin (If Clav i'''unl>', Florida' to th Sea York 1'llv, New Cork n>iur<<* tou In th. ibo rnllllml ,'.51. ,'..unl\' Judn of flat Onunit'ounix : Tot! AUK IIKKKHT NnTI 'IJ1J} ord. of ('Isy ,County Florida' ,
MILBERGER git.t'V. D. lorrisREF1IGERITION and you are hr,by required 10 (Courlhoua In ir: ..n i iri.vo 'hilI. oat ha. been fIlet. aralnatou In Hat Ikiuk I I. at pan .'! i I'
.H't >*r\'. upon i>l.lntiff'i 511Dm.a ., Kiirlnia\ cla) County. Klorlda > In the above .n'III. .. "-"u.. Klnanlryrnue ..u.nllnllr |
Frsillalrcul" h...f num. und adilrr apptfch . within aI li nwniha tr"1Ih. mid ill ar. hi-r<-h> rcqIiirpl In ,,,", th. K< nth llnr of thu
DI.trlbutor .rron. yuur ",III.n lrtn,, I II >isle ..r No tint publication or ncr'. III'"'' 1,1.llIlIrr'. altnuiryh iiiiiiiitilra...rll>*d In Ofrii.lalIllMild I
CI'rlilh'a/f'.., any to th. bill of rtnplainl InaIl Ibis n"-ti>'*. ii ..i. natn and *.','r." appeal| Hunk 41, at |M-. I7tif .
K.uh ,'tint. or d.marvl mil' h..rin. your wrltirn dffmwa U
th > of ClayCounH
pull of whlth l I. d* < iiulilli ri mr<
ropy l.. In w ntln and nitml .l.'. Ihililaro I If *n\. in th* bill iif Accurate
rninnUIntin .
All iUilk h. ,with, Horl.U hilonnlnitlo
lurr.d
SERVICE Jerse 10 you r on 01 i'J rr>>.tdi>n<.> and p..alofftaddrraa >'<. , la .
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.py \\ II. I'narvll In aoulhr
ALL HAIRCUTS-$1 OO rIo,* M,r>'h .. A,IX !>((. tif llielImant, aiv a
lI..r.ln fall d.eres lo you .r..llh. on olI'fre \\' .lrrlv dlrntlnn In his
not or prunr th. ."'Im.
mull l> aries to l>v
I Marrh p A Li IMIM 1 I W.., lIne of O.nr.nmrnt Complete
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will
Al C.dIII.Idaf. R.frt..ntl.. For < *ntrrd aaain ant. hi. nirnl or "I. atli.rflCi'c ,
HratI -erIrs Orange I'uk Bubn Shop IOU for tit. r.llf praytd In lb, hallS b.on14 accordlnito herein t1' nolo, iicr.s pro fntInn I fownnhlp I HouihHanar .
; :. Fameuo Street hill of oompUlnt.TIIK lawKmh. .'n"r..." wIll 4. .nl.r'd sOauilol I.S Root. Mnrnln Av-
lira. 1:30: a.m. to 8:30: p.m. HOME DELIVERY NATlltK OP SAID BelT t-rcdltor .hall dlltr oil I >U for th. l'rll.f l.r'Y..I l In the cOlic tlndinv from mat.Hnad .- I I News
home I'hone 281.9'80 IIKIM ."')MVOllCa. I fit" lent fop,.. of his claim to rn Mil "( iomiOalnlTIIK II nortlurlv In kino |
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,tIITd., '. Ph".. U'I'! .lIme location lor onr IS years |8KAI.( I ibis th. County Judt lo niai" NA.I'1I1 op mm HI-IT I., Airniic Ja> hann AMIIIIHI
\MTNKS my hand and thMl 1O4 h. 01% ".,.on.' 'I IIKIMI: 1 MU |,|"'(>Ul'K. I I I rttrnilliii1' from mat Itnad
- -- KISQSLEY & IIIWAY 11 CALL U.9HI! t'r 8I.S68! I of Mid Court at Uri r..na'i \MT.NK8M my hand and Ihfral No ..*.,. rIp tu KII>,K|. > I IA I CoverageI
tihIiI.d .nl:
T' APPr4TAcE Cov. Uprlnn, Florid Ill January t*.I.i'r.1"I.' of aald ,'.."r, al tlrr.a \ I
_ tl duv nf January A.I'I hill DA\M: J. : I (-"'II' Hptlnna, Klurlila. thu And. hip anlil Hoard did, I In "*."lriianlutlim
SERVIC tR.Umm POST I (UXUU1H U CAHLI8LK, ". Admlnlatrator of Ill Ird day ol Krbruary A .H.
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l'I.It| (.(Dull Court .:.,.t. of haul t.und.nnra0d ", I I I I Itdiiiunm .ii.i .11..'lalm All

We Repair All Itrands CO\IE! : TAX SERVICE 1 1Spnltlnr IU VIVMN II 8UIIM.Drputy FrtiIlb..lln0. on: ...It. I, tM I 11I1C1t') rlahta' of tile I'nunly and th
CUrkH OHOKOK' I. (MHI.IKI.K I'uhlliIn and In Ih. land II'.llIulln.
Cia, County CAREY'S TRADING POST 1.1. It. 8). iiIO'lltI.
lo. !...., f'lorll t'I"'"'' TniirlH .; mM. Mnu.aI
For Slst..n Years for PUIntlff --. -- Kfnoiin i' and dlailiim all
Attorn.y .
lInen M Oarll.l
Orann Park Pb. 64-11565 I COME TAX \SE RUT: SELL TRADE I AIde.'.. Itoom Ill -- --. 'M1III--- -- P.puiv DirkIttOIIAIUi rlahla of th. aalil CounU! and
Florida Till Hutl.1lr' r (H>HlilKAllnrn.v I I I'ulilliIn and In any land opunhair
Three locations: Jarkionvlllo. Florida UJ) IN Title roMIT OP TIIK' CtU'STV fur I'lalntKf III'.'..' h.r.'n' '"ult.., ,I-.

F U L L ER 10 N'S IS Eo Palm.-r St.. fb. %14.3UO I IU I l-5*. |.'. U, lO.pa.till'OTlnC Jt' IMIK.. t'l.AT IN! rilOHATK.IMt'NTY.KUiltlUA I Alice. Hank UulMinilr lift. d. .., 4>.dl i
SERVICE .*n ('0'. Hirlna, KlAidla llun oi' I" 5'.. .hitluti| In sub "
antlqllPl- ----- - 1\ HKi t"T'Tt OK I II
'a"bOIaM au.i
N. AYe. I.'. II III IT
Orange
: Hot t:. 4 II tl Kr-M. 1-aMdTil I lt.nnun. and dlnUIrn all
GrID Bid., S. Oranje Ave, -- - -- all ,rmlitumn and I'rrtoni .
Green Cove Spr. 14.4044 U Years Experience rlahla ( aiil I'nunly and I'ulill
llatlnc I'Utma ur .innJa I I In and I In am lamia or InUrratthrln I Y.., W 6 Mil $11
Short Form. ,SUI "BIO TOP" tent fllandlnj IN TIlE CIHCV1T COfBT Ol labial Hald 10:..... = Iuii.lI. 51)1111is d.llnatd any
BAKER APPLIANCE 'ribot'hTli J1.'PICIAI.. ClllI'llT upon map 1 Maatfci II.SO
hrh
Lon Forma SUO You and oarh of you ar* Sr pIai "I.rl" of r.-.url ''n'h.
ap BI... a' RJd..wood IN AM Volt Ki1 WON notifl.d and r*>iulrd I* p,A'I Clip Ill. s4.uoss..aoi sad
> imtilli nf Play I'min
SE1WICE Reasonable Rates for Business Furniture and appliances alMA TV NX' HAIIUUA.I7... IN O5hAN4it1 M>nl any claim and .." '.. .. rlh,Jlr.la I ..,..,,, M ."* t.ar iatk. *fT
Rfnta18 F&e olilrh yu, or .Ith.r of you : JI'lHlK':, 'I.AY rottNTY' ., nr av.nw.il 5.R' issue HiTh
Real Eata
lIul'TII JI1UH)KLYN lAVINUH 1
bargain prices lift ha.* aialnat 'th. ratal oi Ito KUUIIHA, IN I-IUUIATK. >*,ld Ihla lOll day nf Pahruarv c...." .. l.l**.* .MmftwOn.
YT AG HANK a \'opII.lIoa.I'lalnllrt. K I'halk.r, d*<...**... al. of aald 1. UK: .*T1M OF AH toll. M....' UiMtI
PAUL REMLINGER V. ,' "un' lo th. County Judas S T. N 4 It Nil W. 1-.**.. TIIK: Ill I ""I' HP llifNTY' ... ** It. *...
t'rIlOLSTERISG flay i-ounty Florida al Ma offir To All l'r.dllara and IVr.on. 1i\l\imntiiNrHH OPI'l.AY 'I'llTb.
_ MlLHl'lt U MIILJ.irS and
KELVINATOR _ _ NANCY a l'IULL/i'Ii. kU wlf In, th. .-ourt tioun. al *.101 1 I".. ..* (talma nr livnianila" iMVNTY, PUIHIPAlly
$645 '". IvflrndnntiU11 ("ountv a' UrMMi ISIS Mprlnc lnit Raid Fklat. I-.ula U lluntl.yChairman
ft'R': BAXLEY'S TRIM SIlO F FALt. H UK *l ITVILHIM Florida. lthln *ta ral.ndai. You and >ai..h of you sri hr A'I I
DEALER ORANGE TO U 1111.1.11" iii.. month fnxii Ills tIn .f lbs fIrs t by natlflcd and r.tiulr.d lo pr Ml-
I NANCY It. PllllAddrr. ... .. pul>llr,tl'<>n of till nolle Twi sell she dais'. sat .,,,, ,,
MAKES ('omp..te. Auto A hmltare .. Unknown ,...pl espeic.h claim ar ..", .nd'' whlih you or .Ith.r of
ATR.CONDITflN.SIG'J PAINTING You. Wilbur U Phillip *n< .hall t. In writing and .".11 have aaalnai lila ..tat, 'pju'w"/ ,
nl'i.I't: S'i ; AND l'pholatt'rln Nancy II Ihllllo hi;* silo *n I Slats I Ih. |il*<'. .f rldrne anpol < 'I Harrow, ....-....01. isis of aald
HEATING IIIICRVIC'I'J' UD' W. I..wlld Ave.Idlewild I hr.br oild.d '''.f a eOn1IAsillto nffli.* ...ot,..* at lila claimant ('''unt > lo Ih. I'oiinly Julio otPlay
forrl Ae. Phone ZI4.358 QUALITY I'h. ZIt.150S on th* f 'll wln dMirlb.4 ruroBTty. t lha claimant, his ...",. *r at In th. rourt hou. of aaldCnunn

GrHl Cove Springs. florida tewil1.U ,..,n., and .arramnaal.d ky I I al llrv.n lees anrlna I
>t Thr* ii), Block nsa fill". frs ..f ana duller and aurllalm Florida within .U ....nol..
BEVERAGES Fret' Estimates: I ,". MKAliOWIItUiOK.. ,' or d.mand not an fib|.< I month. from Ih. II... .f ,.. Its) Croiu Alwsvi Tk r. . With Tw Htl>
SIGN PAINTIING No. I. *ofrdln to plat r.rerdvd hall .b. void, I lOcal. *ublh. <.tl and 1)elivery In I'Ut tkiok I, i si.iII ,
'fl'f' Pif.k.up | AHWATItON., Two mini.. of .*..*> rlalm. ar da.
and II. of Ills rurr.nt vubIIP >
LEE WARNER Itandli Any and AU ., YOIIICpbolatH'J mm-urIs of Clay County, A. F.iriitrla .f lbs Las man* allah bo la wrllln*, and I
PAUL'S Florida Will and T..'*..**, M hall atal* Ih* plaia nf r.ald.nrfend
Nocdo! bus hers flld acalnit n. ana Hoy K. rhalk.'. lcSsa.d.( fmai offlr .d.,... af lklaimont ,
305 m.nd.nlnr Read Iii I and shall h. .wnr. I*
HAROLD BAXLETOpen you ar* r.qylre" to *..n. a epl neat ubllrtlon January II. <
AU Legal 8f'ytraPI Orann Park. Fla. of your pniwir *r pUadlnaIh I Ii l-ll, II. l-., II.: ht ih* rlalmant. hla SeeM kl.allurn.y :'I
Own.r" Upholsterer U 7F1Duval romplalnl on til* olalntlN: : and arpomiianl.d byrtlln
I A. :\1. to I A. M.
Phone 84.31' f... nf dollar. and ...
tt y.. Marki, ilray t ) sos "
County Une U\\'IN AXI.EY t. :::: OiM III *.IY For.rth 1 MenU.IOTI..K! ....1'" ..r ".....11. oat eo 111"1
Son a"d t'pbolat.-r 4 ,no I Stroll 1..I..onIII.. flurl.da -- .h... h. ynid
North 0' Orange Park and fll. Ih. original' in*...lor I. .., .ITII'III n i.n.m!
_ _ PRINTING C. A. IIUMMEL ,',..rtln. In Ik. of fir. of thl.rk IN THK ('''''I\T OP TICK.(CHUN, A* FiM-ulrni *f iOu l..'
TT JI'IHIW, tIcS r <1 |!NTTFUlltlllA. ,
t'phol.tn.I ,n. ( nf Ih* flrcull fogrt. la an Will and T.ilam.nl ..0W
BO.'TI! for ('isv Ciusly. 'If" a. 51 IN rKUIIATU. I T tlrr w 4. -....ilFlrtt '
baton (". 1110 .Nv bhirnb. In r.' Klt "( iiubllrailna January II, .114I
FREE:" ESTIMATES: : u... U YOU fall I. do us, lodelynnl IDA IMi\rUM IIKINK, lUiMMdf .II. II, IS. II
by dntsniI will I All. < t*..llor. *.4 Pow..-
INLET MARINAMERCURY WORK GlTARANTUU sasIn.I 000 br lb. rl.I' 4. Ha.lBB llla.* of IWwaad A'ky '.
UL ", .,,01.. In ,,,. ..omplsist.Ill. 5aiasi .... PolaDi I
OIt\XOJ. PARK nnltr itiall ti* ..IIII.h... you aii nail .f you .,. h.,.. I-PIth ., 1OtICN
: JOhNSON 0..... ....h ...k for four ran'rrullv '. nollfl.d and riitir4 I* pr.'
ENGINES rPHOJ.STf'UY ...ka In h. Clay ('051lv i.nt sop .ilalm. and damandihtih .
--_ _ 1',_.*, y.ni. ar ..."., nf you. mih : \ JOTMK ISIOFP
CROSBY BOATS -_- _ l'.cI"U IUNfII ANn onnrnrn .1 i *.* a*..1...' lha 011 af till ii-riTlnia .NOSP LOW
.:.;'ZY Tfl tII.EIIS Archie 0..." ('ou "..rln.* Flnrlda, lOll. IMIYI.KN IIKINK d*< .*...!. lt<
On KInaIsy" A.... Jail sin A*. of January u... .f aaid. fnunly to Ih. l'Aal|, Nnllr I* K.r.liy (h." lOu
SALE! SERViCE ..u" TlU: NEST: I. .tI. ...4 KEAUI' I. rAnI."I..1I: I ad.. of day( Ovaly Flil.ta .h. ........1..... dsirpg ,. Sn'
OUTBOARD REPAIR f..at ., IIw,. 17hwy. POIlOIC! .-. .rf.'I... .,, ... ('ICII.T Courtly. Flail a f saId cnnniy al Or*.n Ca* ** pass .f rl.AY ilAIIIIAflM
It Orange Park ria. N.. COngress 4.nU livilr.r.. M ('ull.I., ",,'1".*. Florida, wllhla alt rat. i KlallNIAL | M*' i* I llat II* Ain
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Phone CO 4..35 I ruu. 1\('. T.. .fiN .. .1.... Orange I'ar. lla. I....." n.rk. ...., mnnlri. from Ik* Urn. *.,I K.y.io:ll.iaai": Plcrlda. la-
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I.' ii i*, If Ih. fir.i pyl>llril.a *f lbs' lend I* rli.r Ik* **I4 *>em
lira, Two ."..I... *f .ark claim 014.man4 spill Ik. Ci.rk af Ik* rtr.Nll
-- shall k. la wrlllo, and "..rl nf (lay l'.uly Plarld
hall .U'. Ills *>.kir* of r*.ld.ni>fn4 M, J fl ICMnvaJollN : ,
.- IHMI fifflr* .4r.*. af Ih* W MBCK: j
rUlmanl, and push ka oasIs I* 1-' ,ii. I* ir
(@) L.h\"t-Si-Sil R I i l inJIt.\: 1-Si Ii stinrul.p by Ii.. rl.lm.al.soil aw.ne'pssi.4 hla I at.nl by arrlalm a '!

difNTY IflMlK-l,
IN TIIK
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11100. .. SI 555 4ui.r a4 aol. "
IXUHT }IN tNloi FtiK *>r ........ aol .. f.1.4 ::_i' lCilaliuilapi I
('LNC lilt NT >KIUAFll hall .. nl4alxirl -
N.. ill / llrlnk ....her.
IH HK tJTTATIC fir ? A. .l.mlrla nf lila I.*.' Mlie I. ...".., al I... |k*|
-- MAIUtiKIK. JKAN: IIILMOVH.KOt'lK I Will and T.aiam *f lilA TIN ItKAl.TT, .."..ra...* I

roa SALE Registered An- FOR RENT-4-bedroom boise ile ii 50111K TO t PEtitIONS I IMiYI.FN WII.1K. 4*>*a4 "ir.J:: WII4 T Iloosli
and all t...rsoaaI '.1 ,1111'0.' F." .", ad N.Ik, o.a4uelisIS'S ;
(u balls' all atea. T. W. Bakei I'pno.r.r_; ISO a _nt.... --- - To svladrtSiInba all cr.ihl.r.. t ......... .. lilt k>**l.... al $II* KM

and Sana. Lake Geneva. CaD Call Mr*. Everett. GCS 2t4 MOTH K or 'IO'I"U or Hotiil ..1.., auld ..,.,*. II II. at .... lena "i.M .,*.
111111 IT MAT CONCKHNNOTIfB 1... a4 ** KenUno 473-4704. 1-'. II 976. 2-12 I* HBIIKHT IIIVK.XIktt ., ..,",,4 ."4 r.-4 I* .' 11 -- -...01' "mill i -- .... It kf f.rm.r lmli
demand I .. TI. .
a4 A.
'.a| .51 claim '1. lieaoio
01 Ik* l.tk 4f' *f ,.. slId you 0 r ...11.. *f ,... nark 1-- .*.. .f tk. 4i.MUila will .. a*
I - I Flu"?. !lilt, I I" .rrr 4.5,. wIll *,. ...1..1 I..V 1I It* TIIK: """'""? OP TUB nl"N. .f Fkr,*ry II lOll !
M.cU.Io III *> < III !IS Cmli.OR .di. '' (XM'NTT.PI4INIIIA .
Marlon jMn tills.I r 4 ra I TT JI'l-IK. 1'' '
WH : I
SALE Twa bytnjrooaa CATTLE and HOG BREED da VialulM I, !. Ik* S.'d *tr *f ('Ian C.oaly Pisrid.. to IN PIIOIUTK.WIUJM .
pub. $20. Clarinet ISO Eip.rt In artifkUl I.. ontY l'.MISiSI.M ri .( Clrfcvnlr in. tI... T..f*. t Kl,.,., r*... ., 1 . -, -
: ChIlls. sO. l4 a f.wlullo lr J4** of rl., i'...tr C*.* $st. Phone 214-3216. 2-IJ-f ""MiNnhf'n yo ur e.w laready tl..1"l .. .".....1'.. (-..r....... I. Ur.*a ,\.. l.*,**.*.. p. ItHM-Ull
let M knew .latBMdlaUly.PbM rules aol .irt li:.: a*Mr-. 1 ,rlaa*. ('lii (.*"", ri.rl4* ,.. "II I p0411.01 aa4 Po.s.si HMO | I.S. IMimiU IICIU TU _ _
- lam r. *r stl..I lay < I Itkia( plo ......* from Ik. 4l .. .. A. sa - 5uca ---
lal aetda
Gel 214-1411. IlIp I,. riorl_ <..nl.... a. FOR SALE .or-. aaat 1-rai >( *rltoa .f Kl*. Mir**! ...tiroKark _ _
I Ipmf natlk .f Ik. ...,..,1, : rlalia *f ...*.*. set k* Tea Sad Sad k .f psi a,. k*.*. F- I- -_- = ---
..-* eel 24il4 ..!leftW I 1 ... St( lot I*. Trr <)f.... la .rrin sad ....! .tai* ill ky .."f'" sod tM..... la ar*. .5- -.5
...... .. '..r. ...... .... .. Ju. .nu U4-4''J4 M if \ _
alack aalldlnc allMUd ., FOR LENTS .... H._. awiin* i*. T."..ki. i a*.ik, ii,lar. .f r* and Pat any r' a4 -- _ _
lunn ii r.. Cloy n<* a44r.M *r Ik. ,laluss l and kMk era, M otlkor of yn( say :..:: jon L' MAtt too Jam ----. --

....t 4 acrea ON lOfkiray II a!>ral.h4. I ........ Flor. \I r\n4 so >kwil .5.W. lot MIMI II..I.k* erurS to or kv...Ik ail* .Ial..,... LIE bass *(1.1..1 aiai( AN.rfc* oll SH SaiaaMdlat at wll. =:= no naurr ITTLUrrai ".LLI l I I I I I I I

7 I sallM *o.tk of OCS. Caa be Ida ..... atU k4 |an>do) t'I..l .l .MtHart s..ldla'(h&b.sPuhdltilm. I. phi .r It alit Mo*.** Tail ar...4ladKark I I of saul ('*.alr, I* ,lie ....a.lr :_., ru iou.I ---

koNfht (or nmaaeod) ladlvidaaly renre4 yard fit a .oU. lk.rr .. r.e r In .Pill ,* ,.. 4tur ....11 4.11.., ..f. I Jo4.. .1 (',0., Coaaly, FIorD -

ar as ..." Ia.air* of Edward Ph4M 2143141. $-$3.. H..*k I. .....( SI tnr.' Ik.4'ouely CohilsIelOr.iI flrl... .rr....|.| *f kl.* .Ulr I* 55ibis 4.**.*.at. af....at4 arffio(.....la(y Ik at* ilra 5.511 !

J. Baker. ON ",",, .**. I hisylls on* I*lila Sari( ...air.'*.*JedOu.l r...I****sail a.o| ('*,. a..rl..*. .. .r.... alibis an..' ,... s.oo sod yns ...... 0 ,NP. ..... .....sa ....
,.,..... ik r ... Ik. ..
-- -- AN" THE SAIl ir>Aiu> '>" I. M*> .1
2-13 p ..14 rMloltaaI I .uI I ".I.. l.4 Jtaaarr It A" (Ml.j I .f Ik. '.. ...1"" ". *f tai Dt -..-, :1 r: !! tfL3
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MAN WANTED U ...... aa4operalo RM IM<* ..< SlMlllHI ..*lk>. To. _.>.. .*? *.k *Ui.
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AGE EIGHT


I I BEES PROVIDE HONEY P. A. Robinson assistant: ous Tupelo honey
MonthP"I John Hall Honored
I I OF AN INDUSTRY aplmilturlst with the UnivereitylFlorida March-American Red Cross .

: Is the third leading0 Florida's Agricultural Ex- The United suteg M111tar'J (Continued from Page One)

\ honey producing state In theperirnent Stations, says that Academy Welt Point _M
nation with an annual produc-Plorida produces more than the Bank of Oreen Cove Springs! on the theory that if another
i Won of more than 20 mllllonhalf of all the citrus honey In for many years. the nation'spounds. : depression should ever strike the nation "the Bank of Green.
t
, : this country and all of the famonly engineering school. Cove will stay open 30 days after all the poet offices are closed."
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. I ___ Former State Senator Edwin Fraser said of him: "This

I man Is a man."

Where to Register to Vote 4 I 1 Senator Fraser now secretary of the Florida Senate called

Mr. Hall a "great public steward, a great friend, a man of
honor and integrity and one possessed of an abundance of
t I It. real

t. During February registration books will be In each of the county's 12 precincts for ..,
. the convenience of those who have never registered To be eligible, one must have ,/.#1 State Rep. S. D. Saunders called him not only% the deanof
7 I been In the state a year and In the county six months This Is not a re-registration. Florida's sheriffs but the dean of Clay County Mr. Saunders
, Below Is a list of registration places. Persons may register at the county courthouseat : recalled that Sheriff Hall had always been ready to help

i any time through April 4. Registration at these precinct registration places will : those less fortunate than himself.A .
After the end of the month, all must register -
continue only through February. persons telegram from U. S. Senator Spessard Holland paying

in the courthouse !i Ye wtrIOvoe high trtubute to his friend. Sheriff Hall, was read at the meet-
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Pre- : inc.

elect Are Registrars a10 C Rots Other e Included State Treasurer J. Ed Larson State

1OCS. . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . County Courthouse Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner, and, briefly. Gubernatorial -
candidate Scott !tell,.
3-Doctors Inlet . . . .. . . . . . . .Mrs. Dorotha Low

J-Middleburg. .. . . ,, ,. . . . . Charlie Frisbee
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4-MaxvUle. . . . ,. '", ,. . . . Mrs. Millie Wilkinson 0 .,1., PHONE 325-374C'
CIUCINT PHOTO it Glut loss l..

5-.Unjsley Lake . ". ". .. . . . . Mrs. Mary Bhlpman At the meeting of the Board of County Commissioner District No. 41; the Rer. Gor- a.. ytir

I-Betmore, . . . ., ,., ., .. . . . Mrs. E. D. Coarsey (Smith Lake Grocery) Commissioners It Monday, they pro don Craig chairman of the Clay County K yjy CHIROPRACTORDR.
claimed March as Red Cross month In Clay chapter of the American Red Cross., Post

7-Keystone, . . . . .. . . .. . . . Mrs. M. Smith (McKay's Real Estate) County Membership card No. 1 was received master Richard Sapp, fund chairman for
R. D LONGWORTH
by the chairman of the County commission Clay County, and. Louis L. HunUey. chairman : ,
6.-OP City Office. . . . . .. . . . . Mrs. Ralph ers. Pictured above are, I-M O. J. Mnrrhee, of the county commissioners

9-Rte. 1, OC8. . . . . ,. .. . . . . Mrs. Louise Knowles til N 8TH ST. PALATKA FLA.

10().-PCS. . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . .County Courthouse I S TRUTIIS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Homer Brow
11-Penney Farms . . .. .. . . . . Mrs. Jewell More BuysNcumannBro

13-OP (Meadowbrook) . ., ,. . . . . .Mrs. Bcrnlce Moon (309 Loma PI) \\ n FRANK'S' TRUCK STOP RESTAURANTOPEN as Most the Insurance Florida Industrial Companies Commission as well

Recornlze Chiropractic.
Homer Brown has purchased 35.000,000 Americana Avail Themselves of Chiropractic
the interest of Edwin W. Neumann .
Health Services.
In Neumann-Brown 7 Ml 11 P.H Florida Chiropractic Physicians Must Pass the
Hardware Co., In Green Cove Same Basic Science Examinations as Other Professions. -
and the name of the store .
will be changed to Brown's

f Hardware. I WE SPECIALIZE IN CATFISH, CHICKEN, -
INDIANAPOLIS : The store was established I
nearly 20 yean ago as Mathews AND SPAGHETTI

Hardware Subsequently It became -i "AicenUale the PoUtlve"

1f Mathews and Neumann I -
Hardware. A decade ago, the ctl
f store became Neumann's hardware :
DINNERS OR SHORT ORDERS
Ilk ''' 'rII and Appliance Co. When Get a great big picco of good, shady, cO\1Dtryland
Mr. Neumann became 111 In
';;: 1993. Mr. Brown moved fromJacksonville \ With the old swimming hole nearby
'V.
.. __ to the store
"! ""'I run Tracts from $ T5. np. Easy terms
with Mrs Neumann.Mr JIM niDDELL CHEFHIGHWAY
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See Us for Real Estate Needs
Brown said this week he your
( planned no changes In the location
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or policy of the store. S. E. McKAY
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-1i 17 ft MILES SOUTH OF GREEN COVE Kejitoae Heights Pboae 47S-4S1'

GAME NIGHT AT
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VIA. TOMonnow -
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The Oreen Cove VIA. Wom
an's Club win open the club
every Friday( evening at S

o'clock'for a "Game Night ,
I Raceway Parks "Test Track, U.tA.RtiMrt ft I There wW be a donation ol I

, 50 from cents bridge a person o solatalre.for any semi Exceptions The Bank of Green Cove Springs

PLYMOUTH BEATS FORD AND CHEVROLET : poker and bingo.
I There have been many request
IN 9 OUT OF 10 TESTS OF SHOWROOM CARS- for a program of this
kind and It is hoped many will

avail .themselves" of this 'GarniNight. Know Your Bank - -

Wins Acceleration, Handling, Braking, Refreshments will be served

Gas Economy-uthlngs you buy a car for."

Plymouth also costs leastt-and carries John Preston huh Jr. Eieratlte Vice President. and . .. .. f

tho only 5-year/50,000-mlle warranty.* I BOWLING!' ; Chairman .f the Hoard" .f the Bank of Green Con. wa '

1 educated at folks" Academy and the University of Florid. ( ,

II* b else a iradsaU. .f the National FBI Academy .
r.mi.N: CO\E BOWLING

I LAST WEEKS REIIl'1.TS I The 34'year-.U banker a mail, of Green Cov, served a

Won Loot
CITY PASSING Q.ITO'.fAIlK( I In tho Army from III .ntll ItsS and was assigned. dor- ,/lIng
OFFICIAL RESULTS I'lY..OUTH..I7611. I'lY..ooT".I7... _. Untouchables 44 3tj
cHlvRon'.... ......" .II. fl. CHIVIIOUT. .. .. .......11 _. I Jokers nIT: thl. period U NATO Hradawarters al N.'...*.
ro5o .. ... .... .."....102 ft. tONo.r.3sumn. j I I
KILOMETER RUN HIGHWAY PASSING IMIIIQI".n. ITO I Magnolia 4J'. 374 II* became<< aotoclated with the Sank In |US, wasnamed

PtYMOJTH..12,72MC. PtYMOUTH./tl. .......11' fl. PIYMOUTH..I.... .Sal A. I Professors' 41 31
CNIYRof.U./314..0. CNCYROUT.,310A. 0"0.. ................II' ft. Drivers 40 40 I a director In use ak. President la usa and
1050,14.0..0. FONO . .. ..... .. ".u. ft. CHtV"OU' .. ....... ,." ft. I ,
Champions 37* 414KlnifUhers Eiecullvl'kv. President. la 11N. A year MO ho was named
ECONOMY RUN Jot-Mill CLASSIC IIIIO.toIIUYI'l
YMOUTH........17...mPi. PIYMOUIH..1.3a03n.M: VMOUTH. .. .......'.71 Me. :37 41I Chairman .f lao Board U swerved Us father
CHtvROlU.\4..mPl.\ CHYIIOlU......l.31mM.CHIYAOItT.. .. ... ..I5.7515. lUlla 14 44
0"0.. .. .. . . ..11.7. ....... fOliO.. ... ... .,5.445. _. 1050..1/.20., \ ... I The Untouchables won three On &... principle taU down ly his father and the

1 6UARTIR.MILE HILL CLIME PRICE, over the Klngfiahrr to move 1Ioa. '. Ward. M,. Hall operates tho Bonk on tile theory
nvlouH. . ..... .".'0 Me. CHIYROIIT..4e13... PIYHOUTN .. . .........II POt Into tint place and the Joluol"ll
CHtvllOUT. ..., .,.,.,. ... CORD. .. . .. . .. ..I. Me. CHIYRotLT.$11.5 that If there U Tree aialn another great eVpreoOe* "the
'ORD.ut/.s. Pt1al0UTH..."....,1550. ... 0050 .. ...............,,,.. brat Magnolia 1 to I to 10 lute I John Proton lUfl. Jr.
second Magnolia last weekIleaders
Rank of Green Cov win ermala 31 tars after sO
I open
I S.d M .............. ...s&N .,,..P.t.sW I dw swaps Pi win rwl, C_.. -II. W ,... ....e'kW..rMry.towWN.Nl dropped to third IXx ChaJrmaa .f ..... andFierwUT
,..... If _. ...,__ _.... ... ..._ ""-' ...... ... C_.., Turner had high art with a ,... p.* 4 orrteei\ are. ,......." Yles President
W I... 1.1 M. P.w.lk. ""._ MIIW, M5. raw 5. N'.'" Si S..s... s'... .... MMN.N pee NLsN, ..t
'78, Sot single Al hey rolled
II a &11. Ill single Mary trrrrtt
At Plymouth' request t, fisttonwid Consumer Toiling, Inttitute\ bought tho .
\ had huh tet. for the w ner
@ comparably equipped l V4' di'octly from desist showrooms huoJ tilt dnvoo,
174 and 17}
games of 170. ,,
supplied (bo officials, made the flues and tuporvltod the ontir compttition.Miit lor

_. .-- a 311 aerteaMirn - I BANK () GIMCIOUS pOVH SPRINGS

.*. n M..u i IMIM MS Mm ntm ......IT ptsticn gab. tames c..,...... wrrb I LCAGVK t COURTEOUS :
IX t f... w Ml DM) ..'.*. .4MIMMI wet "_) ...wa r sew_ W __.. W _. HOKUM
r _If ." a (..,.... We1w. C..W Nw S..W1wDww\ ....e N ..I wow Ww 1 MN W rNr.w \\.m last
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.... .-. N'.ww M.... ,.w .... W ......*.<.... M* W **.* M._ it lit IM/ ..--. M. 4.. Jukes 44 )g
IM MIM AIS.'. ....." ... ........ .,.. I _"' Y 4 MO _.,.x I..w lit ... M ,_ ._..
Pawl ...- M !-... M* MM iwi M Ml* Nw.M.wI -wuot w4 x -..n I ,. ownS I Magnolia 41S 31"
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own" 0 t MI MMMII Ol M<*M N !*' ** w.A *M /.e.w1.
...,.. II' ..,5f. .! .... *r. Mi. M* ((1)) ..* Mr. i...... 0H.Kr.lOU111 .... Untouchables 4) 34Prtw
The Oldest Bank
41 41 County's tlutlrgtSl

Professors 41 41
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wSEE -- Champa 314 U 4Kkttfehm

1 '. It 44I 2SIJIOOi, "1.S71d1. 2-JOH61 ....
&Ua 17 4TUl
orI'ouirr
YOUR PLYMOUTH DEALER AND DRIVE THE CHAMP- 'N.II1 '.-.: week* leaders tho tTn-
q, :/ touchable dropped to ltd place ** 19:1r'a

by blnc 1 I* 'acnoha. which I,

mo'v4 to errood Mary Mir 1
HI rolled a aww seasonal high 1 f..a..r KDICh .

tor Uw women wtta a IN plus
41 piiw for handicap lolala SM I
\1 Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. lath arts for tile Bight went toDot
'Turner's Nt and Mary
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