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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: March 5, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Stretch Yarn Market Growing ''John' Hall Geo. Carlisle



Burlington Chairman Declares I


Murrhee others In Racer
Any further expansion of Burlington Industries' stretch t'. :... .-
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yarn production facilities will have to be eared to a broader ,
acceptance of the fabric, Henry E Rauch, chairman of the
board of the net worldwide textile producer, told a group of Sheriff John Mall. Circuit Court Clerk George L Carlisle
Oreen Cove businessmen last Friday. 4 i . oMIN the County Orneral Supervisor of Schools Jesse P Tynes,
That this will come In time, Mr. Rauch said he was sure f '" 4 "' County Judge Thomas J lUvers and a score of other political
At a briefing of Oreen Cove business leaders In the QuI ; Migrants" qualified or indicated they would aoon qualify for the
SI-Sana Hotel, the 61-year-old Boetonlan said competition In 'd upcoming quadrennial elections,
the textile Industry both domestic and foreign has made it With the clone of qualifications for State offices on Tuesday
Imperative that Burlington hold to the highest quality product I {< and throH>nliitf. the same day, for qualifying for County offices
that can be achieved. there are few County Incumbents who do not already face op.
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Mr Rauch (rhymes with vow> said that while the stretch: .1 position
yarn concept U here to stay, not enough production has yet Y 1 Ilrfore the clime of State qualifications HUite Senator Char
been consumer-tested to give It the broad appeal it will ulti 11"1'': Johns, of 8lsike announced he would h* a candidate for
mately have. iii' i ia rrrlrvtloit Clay County has recently been I'ut' Into Senator
In addition to men's and women's hosiery, stretch: yarnIs t I II Julius' district lie will\ apparently run unopixtMHl
now widely used in sports apparel and to a lesser extent in And, In Orange P auk. E F Clausen a teacher In the Duval
work clothes, It is only now being tested for men's and .om II County( srluxila announced he would run aa a Republican for
en's street apparel he said. the, fit at. legislature Thus he will\ fare In the November election .
The textile executive, who joined Burlington 12 years ago I *, the winner of the pilmary battle between hats Rep 8, I).
as its comptroller and became board chairman two years ago Ssiindrrs and 1/miU L lluiitley now chairman of the Hoard of
said the over-s labor picture in Green Cove where the com : County Conimlwilonrrs, Mr Claimen a native of Wlncnruln was
pan)"'. Green Cove Springs Yarn Company employs more than educated at the University of Minnesota and received a master's
300 persons. Is good He admitted however there were "individ degree at OalnestllleFacing
ual labor "
problems. Sheriff Hall t time winner of the sheriff office
"Some of our employes here" he said "have not yet adjusted PHOTO IT GUI you i Mil b* Jennings blurrier of Keystone

to factory work Henry W. lUurh chairman .f the board .f n.rUnl.n Mr Carlisle opposition will be William K, Webb of Orange
LAte in January, Conway Owlngs, superintendent of the Industries, (center) It shown above with Green Cove Cllr lank Mr Webb a teacher In the Duval schools also haa a \
Oreen Cove Tarn Co., said at the annual award dinner of the Manager Urn Zellner (v.1) and Conway Owlnss, '.\N'rtnt..n4.n'.r mailer's degree from the University of Florida\ In tie election
Oreen Cove Jaycees that Burlington expects a "fair day's work the Green Cove flprlnr Yarn Company, (III at Iho briefing four years ago h* was defeated by lurch Long for the position .
for a fair day' pa,," Only last week Weddle Huffman the which Mr. Ranch gave Green Cove bistlneoa and tlvle teaier of superintendent of public Instruction
parent company's manager of Industrial relations spelled out, on the policies and .Hook of his company, Mr Tynra a qualified randldat for that position, will be
before a meeting of the Clay County Chamber of Commerce --.- OPIUM** by M., Calvin Wlloo. of Oren Cove, Mr Wilcox la

Burlington's labor relations policies eared by the board of directors of the Clay County Chambei r Hherirt Jab rreaton Hall, .....lItlf ekaratrlse4' tM lirnlly. aMod.1acS with Prudential Uts Insurance Company
Mr. Rauch was In Oreen Cove briefly on Friday and met of Commerce which at IU annual dinner bat w.tt salut*4 I' hiss .f./ ".... .. ....rt'.r..t IN".. n.M terms In the .f. In Jarkaonvtllo. In an administrative eapMlly.
with local business leaders following conferences with plant Burlington as a welcome boost to u..taI and economU firs. col as ... late first ibis wok .. tuaMfy far enles INes. While they could not be .uthonUoaMKf, rumora jni.tt. In
supervisory personnel and employes. The briefing .was apon- progress of the are*. The ...,.sr.... sheriff and aaitler. sold s.o w*.M r. .. Ms O.n Cow this week that Mrs Long r*.titty named la sera: r
1// reseed dub, eorJiig. te .La...'. 4lUmy MHIiaM. A. ,...- "Med. her ailing husband M 'UJfbltenct.n& of schools, and tM /If 11
low.. has given. Ik. c...., oM of,law best .law nftrrMrn, ..rrta Bryant formM" In the County are seeking a third
r*srds ,In. the SUl.*. "manageable candidate for the job
'President Hundreds For three seats the
Keeps on County CommUslon there were, ye<
, lenlsy, seven avowed candidates.
r k If (lunmlmaioiwr Marvin a.....,,. of Mlditlrburg. ha Iwo of hi.
fellow. lowrwunen running against him They age Crrwut Hatcher
and C II MotleyItunnlng .
From County Waiting Wet asaliut C'umma-alor..r/ Luther Wilson will !bo IV
crap Iv.., of (lr.." Cove.

And runnlitsi against Cknnmlaslonr| If K:' Mmxiy will b.-
Hundreds of County residents stood In a rain-aoddrn field k John, II) rkxxUln. Irren (tire real estate dealer
.. i outside Palatka last Thursday . some of them for five hours Two candidates brave already announced thy will run for
amalUng the II-minute visit of President Lyndon B Johnson 'II 'a 'i lh. seat. on HM IbNird. of PublM Instruction being Vacated by
i W K= t'twrry They are nidiiey. HurrU, owrwr-mati"r of the
The Pretldrnt. when he and members of his family and ? Orange 'Park llotllml (has Co and of the Rliiiewmxt<< Grocery;
rt entourage finally arrived. touched off a dynamite blat that siMlOUnn Alliml WM| was educated al UM. University of Florida.srrvH .
f broke ground for the projected 111 million crooa-staaU barge In HM Air Fort In Work! War II sal Is now t partner
canal in the JarkMuivill screed liiauranc. .. firm of Leach a Allred
Invitations for the rain and polke infested affair were I II. la President of the> Oram Park 1"' .,.. Club
S' Issued days In advance. The Invitations listed the "program" In other rw... Herbert II IUntly' of Iran Cove. ,...lItl",
d't at II o'clock and a barbcque 'fat which 6000 chickens am 10III fur roiwUbl The. nition U now hbl by James !Knowtm.
said to have been cooked) at I o'clock The President arrived And In !Kfjtltti, Justice of th* fare Ploy Cha Un will facet
shortly before I. >i qe.llirnl, frimi Ih* County iNrvctor of lame
An assistant of the President told The Crescent U e protract
.d nl that war rweree stated by the Invitation and the Wrwther. lw\tt\ II....,*, Tai Coltotnr K Way 0.1.*", Tai
Pmldent'1 artual arrival .aa due to "a lark of coordination AwMi |JH''IM Hfitiiri nr th County $up.rvlrw rUglilratlon..
rs ( rVrurltr ssenls' told The Ctenrent the White HOIM had r Uwts Wilson will have -|"|..ltk>n remains lip bit seen Mot
changed Ita mind as to the hour of the Pmldent'a departure r'ii'' wees betting they would! go II alms

from Washington over and over stain Officials of the Canal
C. Authority threw up their hands
The fUxfeheaw HoyV Ranch. right mil* out of ...I.t.... Mayor; } Taylor) Wins Re-election
swarmed with security agent. Federal StaU. County and City
The great and near great. were penned In a jerry-built speaker ".....,. Iambs.. 11'..'..Id. u..., sad ..u..... Mayo Kdward D TaIo.u -
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stand, member of the pro In a nearby>> bullpen, all others Inan 4 on T r fe ( .rtll.MI ,*-* rud la She Orn Cove
urutaded and heavily lrrlsaU 'iby rain'' Corp .u,* It... M.nlw, U.. lather of !.. eel lk. a44r *.. .( ('...., City CummlMlon on 1'\6N\ r an Indian caste system at IU most rigid.Cbrurwman C_.._..... O. 1. ManW*, has s.*v.r ..*.f. ran foe ,.... | Mayor Taylor, who his srfd +
D R Malthrwt.. host al the best rrtnonl:. .411r.. lie I liUWa .* .o.... wt .. ''''-',., hard Millar on lie CununlMlnn for era?< y 'r,,
did what he could to cooperate with newtmrn, but, of n*""volty ...,.1),. I.eIM pad s.. held Sheriff. Jab ..... hl.D .ly four yam ran en I th* record
deferred to kcal la. enforcement agent she In turn deferred cobs bee Man .... u... cM.ld rU Ik. elf)*. ., Ih CtienmlMlon. now rM dmt !

fir.r to rVctrt fc>nr1r* agent,, by him In allravtlng nw payroll t7..' 1
When a newsman, at enith.( reached the rVrrrt rVrrlr" *, to Iran Cove.
the answer was Invariably "r r" It WM plain that afl and own /' Within Ifs past year, UwOroce
dry who were in charge of the prealdenls ph"O"'nc l e ... .' Cwvo IMInw Yarn Cia/ 1
wr nnt not rang, to hate any reptttUon .f PalUa.. b, -. w'i ... haa rsnpnd. with eurrent eovfilnrtMrtt
During the ibiw4ln'nnlneble wait, tear *r neon sntlUUry .f! erase. than :toO
1 txrlkvpvn iwnH WThra4 In the rain and ..... Th alUf ,.,car.. CUmaU CfidlUanln. 4
lh. eermonk twit waa hravfly patroM ry a posse ofsnounUd I subIldlaer N hI" IlanbenaA :,
SUM wardmi. moH of tires scaring Wt. ant y.P b I tnt IrutwttUl' contractors,John* Manvill .Is tomplvtlruf
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h, tow rain alkkera Wrthla the compound. a.,. rv al and Pot- are prrvArina1 thrtf plant. al ths. eaUurive eagloertng .u.*,. ill i
Mm County shertflls 6>vuUe MaU> Mi 1< city polir* and "onama af Hxrret *mn>mM MC' esWn tf *....1| shMtM>4 and. u>,"it"n 4ullar plant at the Inla .
.tth the mr 4 tdrh was etimaU4 at $**>-l II AGO The, abri: fit tm Ih Sn.i.MilMit lr_riton of hJ..hy* U and '.
aanoVi of UMM who vmteirvd eel returned U thrtr how. lend bw'rt' im. al Care KMtMtf, awl II Jest south ., Urn Cove.
before the *r..wVT4's arrival
When' at .....th.. U.. Frtd>f4 anted not aw a.. U.... C.linutc; )
snSltary hrimm kno>4 al ttfr r.i4 tnlMU In the swampyfVId Cunduiol1l11tt( ( Bringing
Audi from the. poles prvUrtMi." the AwrH flvrvlrrcVwranr "
hch nroanen ha4 to |.< Wforvhanl tM In It New Families I: To GCS To( Supavisc*
pit, r4ur4 the thanrv* ., say vwiM o. a-.....n to on* Mr4 ..
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sine be mucM thooM th wrens dbiJ4rV to lake aim at , .dLfert.! OpcrJtiJn In Industrial (Park{
An.. lasrabig ....... $s e.drgtr.es end" .,.........
laurf p*>.. by CM ...1 1 .
for-eae-aml r9-v te..oe rW.
stMth. IrMMi II JoMeon ,
(1"c..n4I" >nlfi4 Co wUl Import seven sell aO of
TW Ff-nUiag aa4 Mn. | *>SMM arrH al I. ap.rbd.ssad tot w an*. *f tte. ,aM L he sold *....u-.n **< ',..,: h1olIsM th.m .un faJMM, to In* Uron COM a ro. to hold manaitrtalloili0M
at Wrb.sesVs. .*r.' Web to Falsthab .Me -.t..YIas saM >a. taiUirw Mid >s. end M was hard for th Pn*. t al IIIItIlaA'/ .In the Industrial park, Allan t
....t* *f waMtog a4 nla tiHrm ......- .. Ikas Met of the Carter *UIM to aay *..' ... KwtA4, MM sea...",', suwttMiatoni general (manager told Tb*
and MW ..w.Y+ ...... a..f -1IIfo4 lbs wets b.ll.. AM*. UMW frt Clay CowMr she atUMM U.. .!fats fle.... L ('....... she ... ....... t.. ..._ se dub of ':>..wti< IbM sues.
Man I' .',.., to la e .ir.la.. TW FruOiM a4 baliari wan flute Krf t D *....,.. lAW L HwrfVr, etUss.rt.1 ley C1rtwe. Cart. ... con ,......... A .Ares e4 ,..,_ Ui K..tMg said wiuiiMMnl for th plant/ bs tomtna; from
.. .. ..$... al ..... I .'!...., tr OM of tb,.. ..M.rritot IK* feat of Cawlr CMasasaianera. hmff J. ,.... earOea. ..... M,. (...... ... ..... a t" ('_f, We N pan.1N glahk.r. CaJif .bum af IU pa/nl aompany, Paul Kardrauui,
.......... t/el Oswo City Mar es .... MMT Otters lnelwd.4 C W r.... ....... ,_ .
slebW U dl.v.M o. ... rVMFwtMWrl. r 0 C", e wbesl she Y Lab.Ii. M IM and. fr_ .... Turk rto espr* Mi| bll( that Ctlmste
-a-. Il.e katwwwa &. M ....... aced -.J ....... .-... s..4etldada l'..sl Mbs1.
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tai he was referred to by the people in Washington with whomI

talked), I remembered two other Big Men I: had somewhat less CandidatesContinued I IJ

difficulty getting close to.

RevisitedAs More years ago than I like to remember, when George ( from Page One)
Donnybrook VI sat on the throne of England I drove with another newspaperman -
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from Italy to Paris to cover a state visit of the 'I' position Is now held by County Commissioner Marvin Greta

the upcoming! political Donnybrook gets under way, I English King and Queen to the President of France (whose "r_" 1'" ... '_"Co'. .'.. A former employe of tbe County road department Mr.

The Crescent again calls for clean fighting and an open discussion name now eludes me). Midway in our Journey the father of ," to -: Hatcher said he anticipates, In the nest four ;years, that the

: of the real Issues the woman who is now Queen Mother died suddenly and the County Commission will face many Important decisions

Nothing will be gained . and much lost In the after- I visit was put off for 30 days We tarried at the Villa d'Este, .
math by name-calling, rumors, gossip and whispers There at Lake Como, too long and too handsomely, and in due time, "It will be necessary," he said, "for every commission

are those who say Southerners are slow to forget grudges and went on toward Paris ire not only to have a deep Interest In all tbe County but to

grievances And the simple, hard fact Is that when the returns -I tiI' : listen to any resident of the County and then to represent
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At Basle (or Basel), one of Switzerland less charming
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best Its
In, political grudges and grievances must be forgotten their Interests In a way be Judges growth and
are
cities we spent a night In the course of examining the road np "
and the entire County must unite behind Its elected leadersto I development
map to Paris, I discovered we were only an hour or so from
move ahead In a carefully planned and assessed program of the Principality of Lichtenstein. Llchtensteln as it is now, 1L : He pledged himself to work closely with the City of Greta

Industrialization and growth I was noted for Its monstrously rich ruling prince, for the fact Cove, Orange Park Keystone and Mlddlebnrg In their very

In the weeks ahead, It will be the policy of The Crescentto I Its citizens paid no taxes for the fact It was supported by its : different development.

report as much as possible of the political activity and to ( Postage stamps. which are collectors items and by the lolddepo.lted :

make such editorial comment as It sees fit on what goes on. there ((8.1 In Switzerland) by foreigners who had no --;- ------;- -,. r-
Once In the election booth what any voter does Is his own wish their own governments should know they held it For L- ." ,,.. ';; .
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business all these reasons, the little nation was avidly coveted by one 19'i" ,

It will further be The Crescent's policy , Insofar as Adolf Hitler t

possible ,, to run political advertisements of those seeking ; .. ,v .-
It was decided that en route of Paris we would visit Llch-
the same offices side by side, so that no reader will see one
I tensteln And by noon the next day we had reached Vaduz 4 '
other Where this Is
without seeing at the same time, the
of the nation's capitol a town of something like the size of Iv
the advertisement
Impossible, a note will be Inserted below
Lake Butler
one candidate calling attention to that of another .4'* '

At the post office I Inquired as to how I might have an f.

audience with the ruling prince I was given directions to go Everett W, Ivey, 43-year-old retired Civil Service supervisor '!

A National ScandalThere down the street two blocks turn left and I would find myselfIn at the old Green Cove naval base, qualified this weekto ,. :

front of a large building There, I was told. I would find run for the seat on the Board of County Commissionersnow

the office of the Prime Minister lie would see If the Prince held by Commissioner Luther E, Wilson.

Is some reason to hope at long, long last something would consent to an Interview. Mr, Ivry told The Crescent he would, as a County Corn I I' ,

may be done about the continuing sabotage on the Florida I missioner, cooperate with the City of Green Cove In helping
I We had no difficulty finding the building and once In it,
Eafct Coast Railway Company In which 11 non-operating unions attract new Industry to the City's new industrial park and ,
faced with dark and Interior
we were a foreboding : an endless
have for 14 months been on strike other areas of the County; that he would be a fulltlme commissioner "v,
unlighted corridor. The only single sound In the building was
It took a visit by the President of the United States. that of a small pounding . back In the dismal distance ; that he would personally review all requests for
In all these months, the Genius of Ocala has done nothing I II road and road repairs; and that he favored publicizing com-

No one In Washington the White House, the Labor Dept, Not knowing quite what else to do I followed the sound mission meetings before they are held so as many Interested

the National Labor Relations Board or the ICC has done anything and I came, at length to a door that I opened A little man was persons ss possible might attend them.A .

Everyone In authority Indeed has closed his eyes to seated behind a desk In there. his bald cranium shining faintly' graduate of Clay High and a longtime member of

the whole sordid affair and apparently hoped It would go away I In the hollow light He was hand-stamping envelopes Plainly I' Green Cove's Tint Baptist. Church Is married to the former : ; "
he had not had a square meal In months. leva Wright, of Sweetwster Ttnn. They hue four daughters
As W L Thornton vice president and chief operating I
Miami "I am looking for the office of the Prime Minister," I' and three grandchildren.
officer of the railway, recently told members of the
said to him
Klwanls Club, nine of the 21 labor unions with representationIn '

the FEC have a total annual Income from membershipdues I Yes," he replied. I -1

alone amounting to $190 million WillT" I asked as he stamped away at his envelope. .. 10 I II
Sidney F Burris qualified Tuesday to run for the seat
The vast and unpredictable Federal Government sends "Well, I am the Prime Minister What do you want?" I
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thousands of troop. Into Arkansas and Mississippi to see thata I I was/ not used to prime ministers who went coatless and r M I on the County Board of Public Instruction being vacated by

handful of student gains entry Into a college But nutll wore garters on their. sleeves to keep their shirt cuffs clean I II W, E. Cherry, a veteran of more than 27 years service on

now, not a single Impartial stand against the chain of sabotage I It took me some moments to recover my composure I ".1 the Board.

has been taken In either Washington or Tallahassee I 'I am an American newspaper reporter," I said with all j Mr Burrls, year-old; native of .he County, Is the owner

It I. a national scandal that. should be cleared up quickly I of both the Park Bottled Gas Co, and
Orange
the aplomb I could muster "I would like, If It Is possible, to I II | H jI manager
and those. responsible for the derailing of trains be brought I have an Interview with the Prince of Llchtensteln What must Rldirwood Grocery,
to quick Justice. I
I dot" I In making the announcement of his candidacy, he saidas

The little man with garters around his forearms pickedup ( the father of two children attending It'boolln the Countyhe
pea". I
the telephone and dialed a number and then gutteraled apiece I was Interested In helping to raise the academic levels of

Albert 1 / rtlro/) Pierce In German that I did not. understand and he hung up I ? the public school system "The first prerequisite to this," he
the phone I
said, "ties In electing a superintendent of public Instruction
The Rev Albert Winthrop Pierce, who died last week less Well?" I asked him thinking the Prince might allrt'e.I'I ,
who Is eiperlenced In school administration and fully qualifiedto
than a month after his ninety-second birthday. was for 83 through a down Intermediaries, to an Interview In two or
Intellectual three. days and wondering where In Ileavan's I I hang onto the precarious accreditation of our County
yean: a leader In the religious, civic and progressof name would
Oran Cove I apend all that Urn In Lake Butler Llchtenateln I school system

The man who, at his death, perhaps knew him best the "W II." he said "the Prince will see you if you will 10'' Ii In announcing his retirement Mr. Cherry who served

Inv,, C E. van deer Maaten said at hi. funeral services that Mr. : to the castle" I I aux years en the Board of County Commissioners before being
and his Joy was contaKlous Having very recently spent four weeks trying to get to
Merc "was a uniformly happy man I elected more than 27 years ago to the school !board, expressed
lie gladdened all the world about him, Ills whole life Benito Mussolini with no success, I was, once again taken I I
his deep thanks to (CAl"Wk at di. tttf:)y "!w the trait.
radiated sunshine. lie was the delight of little children, for somewhat aback by this response, How do you get to "Ttv
no child could realM. his smile , He wa In love with life Castle I II Ernest: Hatcher, 58-year-old Mlddleburg logging contractor I they had for so many years given him.

and his joy was the. joy that. drives cloud.. lessens loads lifts I I The prim minister took a sheet of paper and drew a map announced thin week he had qualified to run for the (Staff photos by Gene Kota)
Morrows and places songs on the lips of !the ,oild Ills religion of Vadux, of the winding road leading up the hill overlookingthe I Board of County Commluloners (to represent District 3. The

was a religion of happiness Look Into his eyes, clasp his hand, Rhine, to the castle And we were off I ma- - --. - -

listen to his voice then you would know that religion Is a joy
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toy this time had a very strong Impression I was In

forever." I GiauAlaik. The road leading up to the castle was, In Its pansromai .

This Is the epitaph of a man who lived long and In his breathtaking and when, In time, we reached the

long life reaped to !their fullest. the fruits of goodness. Mcdaeval castle I expected to be met by something between

a regiment of the Swiss Guards and J. Edgar Hoover Instead,

I was met at the castle door by nothing more than a doorbell The Bank of Green Cove Springs
such as one might find In Lake Butler

I pushed the bell and, before you could say Jack Rabbit,
$otliUhcrhv \ the door was opened and I was confronted with an outalted

young man with a Hlllerlan growth on his upper lip and lots

01 MAN nitONtn of legs partially covered by Tyrolean aborts Know Your Bank
"I have an appointment with the Prince I told him - -
It Is not unlikely, I think that Lyndon n Johnson, at :
Palalka, lost more vote. In the next Presidential election than "Yea," said the door-opener
Well, be off," I said, "go and fetch Ito Highness. I havean
he gained. Actually, tt. was not the Prealdtnt fault.

The cold, rainy weather, a long wait for thousands of I appointment"

people who had gone to the remote and soggy pasture to see "Ye," said the door opener

him and security arrangements that made It virtually Impossible Th Prince," I cried, M want to see the Prince

for anyone but. those on the speakers stand to see hot I The man looked at m*. "I am the Prince.*. he said And Thomas II, Henry, 41-year-old native ef Merrietewn

all conspired to mats his brief visit unfortunate and, I would so confused I went In. .. .
Tenn. U with the flank's Installment Loan Departmentand
think, to win few If any friendsThe I
Clearly, though Hitler was already grabbing everything
word had gone out, and rightly 10, to Secret Service\ I head up Its Title I I lit Horn Improvement lean
lie could lay hands on, no one In Llchtensteln! took m* for a
men to Federal State, County and Palatka city law
merit officers that there mutt be no chance taken "Iforet'-I Naal agent lieparlmenl a* one ., eur >'We Prrddenla. .

terrible history In Dallas repeat. Itself\ Later In Germany, at a Urn I have good reason to believeI With a long 'lit yean) etprrlenre In J banking and C"

The result .aa that those on the speakers' was being constantly followed by the Grstapol. I sat one 1'
nrqu "tcred; itewipaprrmen. all of whom had had Secret evening at a ....lIunll1tlablt' three feet away from per Fuehrer I-ndln., Thomas II Henry very qakklr became Tom
&n.1
I and hi. lady friend There were very probably people In that
and
Ice clearance: prior to their arrival were pushed henry Honing his aMorUUon\ with the n*.,. .
told not to get too close, examined and catechised.; and, moral restaurant ready to blow my brains out If I made the slightest

.f all, the thousanda of persons without Individual clearance h10In the direction of t the retired paperhanger But no one \t Mil II was discovered l IM cold say -_* al .Intern*.
cal<< least half of whom went home In disgust long before the stated
Presidents' arrival were left to huddle In the polling, cold I Ijr as he weld say "yes." be became a "*We PmiaVnl last
I And yet at Palalka liter was an overriding need to protect
twin like animals Among Uw brave or determined who remained
the man who succeeded John FlUverald Kennedy If It warner, I"
for the Presidential tf'rt'mOl1At was done 'In a jiffy, many :I
i was offensively done, If the weather and the location added
aid they could not are the platform nor the President, nor Tom Henry will amwer y*.r financial nv4. Ta.ll
1 I to the offense, It was perhaps only becauae ,legions of
Ills wife and to daughters nor the United States senators TIIOMM: II HEARTtre
police only last November grievously' rubbed the ball It,. him whether he sari "ye*." oe whether Ik*
and congressmen who cam with him II Uut II""a.
I what about the upcoming Presidential campaign I'rftWftl'
With advance warning the President would not arrive before Boat tall aim Mr. Henry. fall bin TM*.
2 he emerged from one of three military helicopters that Will the President be ao heavily protected from the people

landed simultaneously\ at different places 'In the pasture about |I whose vole he will heed to be elected: tt h he la. his lhanlee.

a o'clock) tine Kea and I got there about I, During the Of election will be vastly diminished

two hours w* waited I was never able to discover what had I
fccwmne *f aU thoa [,000 barbequed chicken that gave up I () ROVE
BANK GREEN
their Uses for the occasion I did discover the men's room SPRINGS
: f COURTEOUS
It, or they, wen a group of holers a nautical mil away 0LIJ
through swamp and quagmire from any potential patron (

During afl this Interminable wait for The BH Man" has NEW AND USED
CARS The Oldest and
_ _ _I I County's Largest Bank

ClAt COUNTY CRCICINTwiut I

.. is OM rem Cur it' soot rot tm ciscirtUNCAN '
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THURSDAY, MARCH, 11(4 Cay!:( > r County


Orange Park A&P Opened Green Cove Socials I The Rev. A. \V. PierceServices


I, for the Rev. Albert Winthrop Pierce, 92 years old
Mrs Alice Williams, of Jack- Miss Nancy Parham and Mrs
who served as minister of the First Presbyterian Church of
sonville. Is the guest of her Rose McCall. twin daughter
ireen Cove for 3J years, were held In the church on Sunday
daughter Mrs. Mary PacetU. of Mr and Mrs. Thos A Par 1'- I
him spent the weekend' ,,'Iththplr 4-H Club} ; I afternoon,11.It i brief lie illness died early Friday at Clay Memorial Hospital

parents Miss Parham u
Mi and Mrs, Harold Aber. presently dolnf child welfarework Sinn, his retirement nearly 18 yean ago. Mr Pierce had
of Ponta Oorda. are spending a News OrtMi inmi.stri r emeritus of the
In Miami, in connection churchBorn
few' days with their aunt Mrs.
In Detroit Mr Pierce
with he graduate program In
A W Pierce I social work at Florida State j & ,. I , '" wan educated at Centre College .
II \r
I University Mrs McCall was : Danville Ky Stetson

Mrs Iris R Bell has asked here from her home In dairies University, Princeton Theological .
that her thanks be conveyedto vllle By C f'ort'1: Owens, Jr. and Sandra I.. Reee. ., j Seminary and Cblum.

net friends who were kindto I bit Theological Seminary in
her while she was a patient Mn William E Fentrrss of II I Tins \\I't"k1' salute several' "best 'Job of conducting a meet( South Carolina III first paa-
at Clay Memorial Hospital She Portsmouth." Va., left last week' ''or the outstanding 4-11 clubs i I Inn In the countv Actimlh i 7.P .I' orates weriIn Dade City and

especially wishes to thank the after a two weeks visit! with her In the county It Is surprising this has been one of then ( Clearwater Subsequently,, he

staff of the hospital Mrs. Bell ulster Mrs Frank Wlnshlp to see the deferences In the group projects to learn how i \ \:! moved to CiwUa where he
M Is now with her nice Mrs F J. mode and manner of 4.H club I II I I pro|>eily to conduit a meeting, : \ a taught Latin and Orrrk at the

M a Langenhorst She may be addressed Mr and Mrs Donald Fut'or- I work from club to club I'I' 11II1It'I hlllil all of ua could use .-4!r Presbyterian College of Floe
.
PN at P O Box 10J3, Win ton spent the weekend' In I The Own Cove Senior 4-11 Another feature of this club \ idn Prior to moving green'
ter Haven Oreem-boro, Qa as the guestsof I hits ben project) demons11tlona i
club has an outstanding! recoidof tI i-ovc In 1911 he served a
rA.CnNNT Mrs Fullei ton's parent. Mr Fach month two of tin
actuates this year The officers \ PltzitrraUl. Oa church for a
and Mrs W E Amos I members jt<,"
give a five to 10-mln
J'.Irlrla1111. pica-! : tear,
I ,4
PHOTO sv EUZHITH CKONEI land Mrs Robert Marshallare rile repent on his project Fol
dt'nNallcy\ Ninak vice president , I [)1II'lnlhis IonIC pastoral
At the opening last week of the AP Supermarket In the guests of her parents :I Mrs Hard Cartw'right returned '-; Sharon Wing, secretary lowing hla report, the other I ._ in Green Cove he became a
Orange Park Frank W. Brown. Jr.. (fLI. Sheriff John. hail Mr and Mrs George Ik>at- last! week' from a few Pat li' council d"II' members" ask questions pertaining I hader "
>au In the Presbytery and
and others took part In the opening ceremonies. Company right The Marshalls recently days visit with her daughtersMrs I alt'l to the repoit Thin Is a filiI't'X1IUI,11'
; and Nancy Know lei and ,
8vmxi 01 Florida From ItlS until 1821\ he arrved the Florid
I returned from a three year tour Blaine Smith In New Orleans of how I
officials said approximately l 2000 persons vKltrd the ultra I a project" can I
Baker recreation leadm.
l'l'l'hb'trn as IU" stated clerk When the State "M divided InIOJI
modern store on Wednesday evening during a three-hour of duty In Naples Following his and Mrs Donald Yatrs I give additional training bewii1 '
open proved themselves capable I into thire. presbvtrrle. he became the stated cleric" of .the
Lt. Marshall will be
leave aa-
house In litllalr Texas >' \ the area. of the
party Harvey forth store manager said from the time project'
lined to N A S. Jacksonville I< leadersIn Florida 8viMx1 for another 23 year" In 1930.31 he waa mode-
of the Very few of the boys have ever
opening through the weekend, the store& was filled with I
people from the Orange Park area. Mr and Mrs L> M Johnston some of the club actlvl- had to give an oral report toa rator of the Hynod of Florida
spent weekend In Jacksonflll flea girls give Individual project group and to answer questions Mi Pierre was the author of a small bu>k. "The Presbyterian
- ---- Mrs Gladys Phillips and her with their granddaughters. 8u demonstrations! at each I following the report Church, USA In Florida

mother. Mrs. Charlotteg Wittke I san and Kathy, while their par meeting They are currently I He leaves hla widow, Mn Mabrlle" Wyman (Pierce, a nephew,
I
1 We salute these two fine 4-H
spent the weekend' recentlyat enu. Dr and Mrs llarlan working on bread making test Harold Aber of Punta lords; and two cousins Capt Frank
i MAGNOLIA DAY NURSERYLICENSED Ormond Btach as the guests JohnMon played In the golf! I projects After all the material clubs and challenge the other I Kiild, H' S N ret of tfrland, and Robert H Gould, of Dallas
i I In t the county to come io
of Mrs, Alfa Hanson todrnament in Bt An ustlne III compiled, this group will up line service was conducted by the Rev Klchard Q Johan.
these standaid I
and INSURED ------ -- help write the project' workbook I son. the present minister of the" church II* was assisted by

- for county wide use We sometimes fall to reallxe the Hrv C K: van dor Mtaten, a retired minuter of the church,
UOMlrssUI: ) )IN<]
CHILD CAREBy the many fringe benefits\ froman I
ns'ru'n Thliteen gills are' actively and the lies I 1\1' Walter "II'C'Y
JIMOR wo !
PLANS MT: MIKdl II
Day or Week I carrying out junior leadtrshlp Individual, 4-11 project A' honorary tall Mares were. Sheriff John hall City Mai
PLANS! TAUNT: SHOW The Older of the Rainbowfor projects They are assisting 5th I mentioned" the project, remitsand aarr lien Zellnrr, Judge Thomas J Rivera, W A Wlllson, PMlIp

BABY SITTING All Hours I I The Green Cove Springs Olrls Green Cove Springs I I and 8th grade 4 Hers with demonstrations not only J Canons, N athan Catchpole J P, hall Jr A I. Oarrlnui,

601 Magnolia\ Green Cove Phone til.9402 Junior Woman's Club Is busy I 'Assembly No 77 will present I I their projects' This group ii help I the Individual, but they I J F Ilartholf J W Fulletton, Willis n Wright Vern Richard,
I making plans for their second The Womanless Wedding' on also making hand puppets forthe aim help the others In the Frank Aryan, I lit' Juhn Malone, T J Jennings, Otto Rosenbush
-- ---- --- -- --- Saturday March 14, at 7 SO group or club In many cases
hill
-- annual talent show which it' hospital auxiliary' I tutu KenneyActive
---- - - -- -
to be held on Friday, April 10 I o'rlul'k In the Junior High lie fringe benefits will\ ultimately I pallbrams were Robert, 7-ellner" Newton Tint Ralph
The Penney Farina 4 II club
at the Green Cove Springs School Auditorium be of more latllIl11111'! 1 MillirrHrr Alf ItovU, Julian loodrlch and Walker Howrnan
RIVERVIEW MOBILE HOME PARK Junior High School Auditorium : It Is hoped that many will\ l U another example of young I than the actual) Racial, wa In hickory drove cemetery Helm !Funeral Name
project I
I Residents of CUr County plan to be there to enjoy a fun people actively participating In wax In charge of ariangementi
I flllfd evening the 4-H program, The club of I
( AdultH Only) who are Interested In entering I i flcera are' Mule Notion Jr. I II + '
I, the contest should contact Mrs. I -- -
president, Chipper Wood vice
Walter Lucas Jr chairman?: I
MR. GARY f'ARIIXIK:
Large l lot.', }>ainl" ,t".t'/t// pli'nt,: nf suldr'< I or Mrs Jack Sum president I II IIONORFI AT HIIOUrR I president and. Bobby Kenneth Fsnthsm Saunders, secretary I \JJ-1: Otti'SiSttintCoffee
The preliminaries will\ be
mail dthreiy, ill The choir members and council delegate The group of
| ;pork, Boor intanniiit! in pae6 held a week' before the finals I '0 '
mothers of the Youth Choir 5th and 6th graders do the Coffee and !RestaurantWHI'NCMHAY
dark aced free hOadorkdgr./ Sonil; f fitlnmi/ r/" i< I so prospective entrants are encouraged of the First Presbyterian" \ Shop :
to sign up U soon as I
r>-n/ xturr> o<"in\/ / ,\trul. I 12:! CH, ih/j IKHH .flU poulbleMn 1 Church gave a miscellaneous .
shower last Friday evening In "
I (JlI''IXI 1
Lucas announces there' ..- -
.\'.". ., 3;t "I,1tlIIPI}, nf (In-ill Cut" ,'s//fH// will be special entertainmentat honor of Mrs Gary Carlislethe n .
I
the talent show, and It Is former Rue" McCormtrk at \.. : ) :: MAIM'll lllliMANAOtMrNT
high/ I 17 Wink ( ,,'d-
an ita rl/ al I the Zellner'a home, "Rue.ahand'The and JrC.LIP' i ii \
I hoped that everyone will make
house was attractively
-- i plans to attend. I decorated with camellias and 1s i f tlNlltR hEW: :

spring flowers Members of the I .. .. "
choir served the refreshments I I"a' A'//* ,11/'"

''and attended the guest and .."" C.aMa ::1 ilea! Armory
rift I books .n Page 1
/ About 40 friends attended

during the evening, and Mrs -- ---

Carlisle received many attractive
Miller rifel')1'NTRT

-- -. ----- Cl-IEVELLE .
by CHEVROLET-a great highway pcrfcr.

r, I (U'W..N'
1 II "'/ inn !'It tTfIII :
I .r near 7 M 'f w
The Country harden flub ->rI

TIRES: l' I n UK lAIrs Inlet held' lltrlr F< b

rusty meeting In the male of

Mn Illrkerftflit Mrslelen
Johnson presided in the' ab

I aerate of Mrs Ultue HunUey e
presidentMrs r try

Csrllon Hark read a
letter from the fUlford "PrU firmrttrulture F-1

dlvUUm confirmIng '

Cotney RecapsNew date of June' I fot the club
.
I visit Mrs, A H IUIw. IU re

: tinted on the drclslon of her
committee le" srdlng books to

be prraeitted to the prUon hot
Tire Performance
At 'I' llrultursl library Mrs Clark Molrbr ( Sedan AfduAryrNr IfonHl e

also read a letter from Mrs

I Williams" rnstrvt Four director ,
I es|>r.-lri bet regret that 1 rr lA
Low Cost the club hd total to remain' r

I non-feo rsu .. "
stending th t h"W tr* flub .

would rrronatd t .- eta, In : -_ '
lh future

The largest inventory of tires t M Mrs inlrrntJnc Missile do llttkmon It rowrwlfcorssg held' a

IMMMI In hlrh all U*

I members atutrp*4 making a

rand the best prices in Green Cove I I corsage attgrteornaImr.mn arcardlr* to hf In- .e

... urn ed b7 MrsHtrirrwm ,
Mrs Brae MunU r

I and Mrs ttM l t'n'nw' Nsela.l.p.e a1.,' C'...,."lral.. Uh.e.a. Jia 5 l'u..aV.eypltoa Wap.w
Mirth l. m- lr* to to t.e rM

Autolite batteries to fit any al-0e tons N Mrs hales Chevelle balanced performance is best !


Pmlnfcornvrl. threading tltr.u," Ch.nll. m ans performance' (its-wells IvU you ehssne ruwrr-
automobile aplenty ,sa bUr au T"I 011.I1"1' traffic sudden UpC4rvtlI .Ice'a' IUhp1 and options) at J'*(>..il manual. transmission.

n I lU-hp Mil. a 7-iV K mm in how I lhUiurh <
all ar0unCbflrt011t'(| '
1. IIIShelf' run /wrprlp hlitti aiww wry wrote
I. 327uin VII' that rwGdn out a
J.eea. .....
gaol, .........., hacad. ./. ttunra, ( a (fist shorter, Krumintf all thus what' fcvrp-.
T..a. Pup$5. driving chjUtfift" '' : S1a .r VI M j IMrose tKt\ ran. Ami th! SIMM** 'inS you Irons a test drivct

Road Service .,. sad ....... hefty( bra..., Full. roll.. utp,ntl'._> A4J Gheeehkt: wvra In .ln comes Iii! C.rt.a
Uw ,Mk not tM) rnxMI. l4, It your noe.ezDu:
It SAy AIR TOUR a trim. site Out *uk.. th.m*.t tf duns! rsJe. lib 11144 .dll GI to rilo.' rel.t ..
UAtlwo 111.1' I .._.-...

THE GREAT HIGHWAY PCRFORMCHS CJ.mt. Climb CfevnCon4rC rvttteAnn
I a 1 <(
Te ersV4 sgk0- ,r*< / al Ip/ur I'kttnJtl n4lll'ffJI'
_.g sad .....' e.-
Iwta5 al r.......

.. be at. Mitt. ....
J. Q. Tire Service ...... Psr.tare ...

r__... .....f Sill ROBERTS CHEVROLET Y
,..... ..,.... I....

..... fill sag I..... r
Ml X. Or'aate A*. Pow t 4-.ISI O.-. c- ....... Mil*.
I Orange and! }Park Green Cove Spring, e



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'

I WORDS FAIR INFORMATION OP Insurancemen Promoted I Paid' Political Advertisement" )
(Paid Political Advertisement) AVAILABLE AT J. 8. SMITH'S

Make your plans well In advance

> if you intend to visit the
New York World's Fair of i

I 1904-63. .s
ELECTLeon
That's the word from fair
officials who estimate that the I I r
average visitor would need 10 I

to 12 full days to make a complete -I Lea 1
Baxley tour of this New York extravaganza
which will be the I

biggest world's fair In history
With this In mind, there's
of MiddleburgTO good news for persons in the .
Green Cove Springs area who rd

plan to visit the fair, thanksto
I the opening of an Official ;
World's Fair Information Center I

YOUR SCHOOL BOARD here. The J. Slater Smith
Ins. Agency, designated as an
"
official center by The World's I

TOREPRESENT Fair Corporation, representsThe
Travelers Insurance Companies -

a major participant at lArk II Qulrltlui, (IL). Laurence F Lee, :Mr, Lee, who has been serving at chairman
DISTRICT 3I the fair exhibit.with its "Triumph otMan" Jr.. (fe.', and Robert J, :Morris, (In, all of and president of the company, was
Orange Park last week were promoted to named chairman of the board and chief
The public is invited to visit high executive positions within the Peninsula executive officer lie was also named bit CHARLEY E. JOHNS WISHES TO THANK VOTERSOF
the for free literatureon
agency Life insurance family of companies. All week to head Jacksonville's United Community THE 15th SENATORIAL DISTRICTI
was born and reared In Middleburg, educated at the fair. In addition, this
three are graduate of Duke University: Services,
Clay High (clans of 49)) and at DeVry Tech., In Chicagoas official center can supply Information -I wish to take this means of thanking the fine people
Peninsula Ufe has total assets of more :Mr, :Morris was named executive vice; presIdent -
an electronic technician on fair tickets and sf Bradford, Clay and Union Counties for returning me
I than $53 million.Mr of BrltUh-Amrrlran Insurance Co -
motels, hotels and dining the office of the State Senate unopposed.
on to
I am a charter member of the Orange Park Area I Quarltlun war named president of Ltd. with headquarters In Nassau the Bahama
accommodations the fairgrounds I welcome the people of Clay County, into my
Junior Chamber of Commerce, presently serving as Its near Peninsula l.itf. lie has been executive vice, *, :Mr. Morris II expected to move with you
District and I to I will not show any partiality
pledge you
treasurer. president of the company for several yearn his family to Nassau In the near future
More than 200 exhibitors three counties I have never shown
major jetween the just as
,
A vestryman of Grace Episcopal Church British American a former subsidiary ofPrnlnxulu.
I have been active In the County Council of the PTA I from throughout the world; partiality between Bradford and Union Counties
i Orange Park, he U active In a number of wa pun off and became an In-
and In the Middleburg PTA.I I will participate In the fair JjrkKonvllle flvlc organizations! dependent company several years ago Having served nearly twenty six years in the Florida
which opens April 22. I Legislature, I feel the experiences I have gained, and the
am proudest of my work with the Citizens School _
- ----
friendships I have made over the years are Invaluable to
Committee which has worked to raise the academic levels
: the people whom I represent. I have served as President
of the County's schools; and effectively so. I have also :1 March of Dimes' Results
Pro Tem and President of the Florida State Senate as
worked with such civic: groups as the Juvenile Council.
well as Governor. Also, I have served on every major

I will, as a member of the Board of Public Instruction The annual March of DimesIn Mrs. Bandrtdge's co-director charge, $130; Middleburg. Mrs Committee in the Senate.
work for ever-better schools for our children the County netted $1,929 was Archie Padgett.In I Luke Lesley, chairman, $101; I have more seniority In the Senate than any other
The largest part of this wascollrcttd Green Cove the Rev. Jim Clay Hill, where the drive was member except my warm personal friend, Senator S. D
When you vote for me, you vote for a dedicated purpose I Clarke, who Is the present Dean of the Senate. When he
through the Mothers'March McCullough headed the fund- J headed by Mrs. Jack Wilkinson b
that our children will be trained, here, to work here, I
In house-to-house !solicitations raining campaign which raised and Mrs J. W. Wilkinson $30: retires at the end of his term, which will be 1966, I will
to meet the problems of 1985 and 1966 and 1907 and 11t
which totaled approximately more than $500. and Klngsley Lake and Bland be the Dean of the Florida State Senate which will mean
1908. 11300. Expenses of the I I Other community drives include -I' Ing, headed by Mary Dot Miller. Increased prestige for my Senatorial District

campaign were estimated at Keystone, headed by Jen- $29. I pledge my continued support to the small counties
LEON BAXLF.V Board of Public Infraction
VOTE -
$91. I nlngs Murrhee, reporting contributions School collections totaled no as to enable us to keep our race track money that is
Dlntrlrl ) Mrs Gordon Sandrldge, director of more than $250; so vital to the financial welfare! of each small communityI
more than $500 and coin collectors
of the Orange Park Penney Farms, headed by Pearl pledge my continued support to the schools and school
located in shops and
drive, reported collections there Howerln, $194; Doctors Inlet teachers, to work for more and better roads, to continuemy
stores close to $70.
amounting to more than $633. with Mrs. Mildred Peterson In fight for the aged and needy, and to look after the

1iFPEP. FLkTLc'! K needs _and.._ Int.'rPk'nf...__.___ _. the..._ .n.IMh. Senatorial _nltd.rl"t.V.n..n. .. *_.
M/l have a good system of roads, we have approximately five
hundred fifty people working at the Florida State Prison
"Whether you're hunting Farm at Ralford, and we have a hospital and reception

I center for the prison system under construction at Lake
DAYTONA BEACH i bear, or deer or grouse Butler. This was accomplished before Clay County was

: added to my District and It was accomplished by the hard
for safety sake, wear
work and close cooperation of the citizens of beth counties -

a bright color blouse. the public officials of Bradford and Union Counties
and myself.I .
am ready and willing at all times, to assist and
01 A Mi Shooter work with the duly elected public officials of each countyIn

THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION my District. I Know, from past experience, that by all
of Uk working together, and putting our shoulders to the

._ _.. --- - -' "wh-ol") we can accomplish much more for our counties
-
it-1 tar the people we represent.For .
mot,
---- more than a quarter of a century It has been a
a "ism p policy of mine to never Interfere in either municipal or
county politics. I will not vary from this long standing
J'rC.I practiceI

\ SAVE want every man woman and child to feel free to

..... call on me at anytime as I am. always! glad to assist in
"
any say I can.

Valuable Couponon Gratefully yours,
CHARLEY E. JOHNS
Pate S
r' ll i + 9' _, a yu.aaaaewMr.1aa wiras. I -I

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PAA The hero of this story.. ,


i is YOU -

PLYMOUTH BEAT 4aM1

I To the sick and injure!, your blood can be a matter of

life and health. Everyone: knows the Ked! Cross collects

and distributes whole blood. Hut did you know about

the important contribution Ked Cross ha made in

blood reswrh The Ked Cross helped develop blood

ALL COMPETITION iloriviitim that prevent measles' combat shock control

hemorrhaging( and ure severe vaccination, complica-

lion And it's seeking! new' ones

Ked Cross research also U forging ahead with exj-eri-

menU in long-term storage and preservation of blood.
IN WINNING I
This vital Ked C'N1I program depends on you onr

your donation of blond and money


Always then with
out help +


THE DAYTONA 500 !

.,'; . '" r

H ... T
:. Daytona Bitch, Florida-Ftbruiry 2): New 1964 Plymouths streaked across theE .

finish I line today to win the 'famous "Daytona 500" . futt-MCcnd-thlrdt

Averaging better thin 1M miles per hour, Plymouth proved Its ability to take the !

rugged grind of competition racing and come up a winner) as well. U this Is the ( 2

kind of' durability you want In your new car, Get t up and go Plymouth (for 19641 ?




COME DRIVE A WINNER AT: r, t; .t w w I






Clayton Revels Chrysler Plymouth, Inc.


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MARCH 5, JM4 (CUll!( ( EOUntll (ClTCSCCUt FACE nTJ: .



NUTRITION COURSE SET FOR APRIL 1 I I WEEKEND GUESTS: I HOORATI I -I OP WAS. MARDI A SUCCESS GRAS I r Clay High ActivitiesThe I CELEBRATE OP LIONELLAS BIRTHDAY

Mr1 and Mrs. J W. Fullerton -
homemakers Sue Dra 'dy and John Lynch The Orange Park Llonellu
Young with
pre. able for those hours. had as their guests over Johns :ManviUe Corp? will were crowned King and Queenof I ', (Woman Auxiliary of the
shoo children may take the I The classes will be taught by the week-end, Mr and Mrs I exercise Its option &. purchase I the Orange Park Mardi Or as annual Clay High Schoolstudentdaculty student have been made at intervals I I'I Lions Club) celebrated their

lutrltlon course being offered Mrs. Margaret R. Nelson HomeDemonstration Jack Wells, and their daughter approximately Ill acre' last Saturday evening bl\lketballllame II III 'I over the years. The accrued twelfth birthday lost Monday
I I I ulll be played at 7:30 clock\ Interest from these deposits -
Christine. of Madison Mrs
iy the Clay County Extension Agent and Miss I of bnd for a tnnltl-million At the same time Dot Brad- evening
Office The dates are April 1st Sandra L. Reese. Assistant Wells 1s the former Ila Jean dollar pLant within the next ley and George Center were Saturday night In the high will\ go towards defrayIng I Mrs Leona. Drlnkwater president .
I school I the of the teach-
hrough May 6th Classes will Home Demonstration Agent. If ,I Fullerton. Also arriving from two weeks Informed sources named Kingand Qut't'1of gymnasium.Linda expenses presented corsages to the
I .r.ehaprront' on the trip. Not
you are Interested In these Tallahassee for the week-end' told The Crescent yevlertlay Mirth Jensen ts coaching the past presidents who attended
* held each Wednesday morn. I claws please drop a card to I I were Mr and Mrs Samuel These same. sources said I Among those who received senior girls and Mike M"aulre once cent is being solicited Including Mrs Clara Lutlns.

ng from 10:00: am to 11:30:: the Clay County Extentlon Of- ,, Saldiver teachers In Florid* ground breaking ceremoniesfor prizes were Clay Oil Corp. best Is coaching\ the boys The fac- from the public nor Is one cent Mrs Alma Horton Mrs June
taken from the class
)clock in the Clay County Ex- |I flee P O Box 278 Oreen Cove State and Junior High the. company's Translte float; Oupe' Park Promenad- ulty (ram Is being cotallid by being Nelson Mrs Maxine Boat-
enslon Auditorium at the Clay Springs or call 284.5781 and hely Mrs. Saldher Is I't'SPl'Ct'l pipe plant III be held within I ers honorable mention: H E. Mrs Helm Green and Conch treasury on deposit In the aright Mrs Louise Horton and

-ounty Courthouse Annex. Bay !I you will receive a registration I mer Toni Jean Wells ,. 90 days Haglund Builder! most original: Billy Montgomery. I I school for the expenses of this Mrs Sand I Belyea
I Shortly before the trip
> sitting! service will be mil blank I married to Mr. Saldher on The C'ompanal.t.d emplojment I Lions Club most unusual trip During the evening games
January 25th goal In Green' Core Other Inner Included Or. A highlight of the game w'Hbo !\ this money will\ be withdrawnfrom were played prizes won and
Mrs. Fullerton their I I peifonuance.. of the high the bank and the necessnrv -
Mr. and I has been set at 500 persona ante Park Pharmacy Doctors refreshments were served
amount will be geld to the
out of to'A1au..sa Mrs. Phyllis This I* believed to be a conservative 'Inlet Civic Association WAPE. schools elite who dress like
I' cheerleaders" look like basketball railroad The balance of each
Dcwltt\ were -
ODDITIES.... .. ..... ......by Thompson Dewitt and Roger etlnute.CLASSIFIED, !I San Libnda Lumber Companyand $10000 will be refunded to
entertained for Sunday luncheon the Clay Mavericks players and yell like recruits _....
Pullerton's from the New Frontier rnch student who will use it to ...
the
at the home of I 1- Allowing the parade concerts I
_ f.
daughter Mrs. J E. Wll 1I --- I were presented. by the according to Miss Martha linger pay for some of his food whileon CLIP .

Unison1IQIOR. I Orange Park Raiders Hand and *. strident guidance director the trip 1 and

SNEEZE CEmn -- -- - ----- ADS the Clay Hih fklnxil Band This group in under the Uadrr\ The classes of 1961! ,. 6t!. and
ship of Patti J>> UnkleyThe \ S !
,1 \ OfASMJIEBOYk TOO LATE TO CL\SSIU' At the ball in the HUh School 67 are diporting money In Individual .. .1f.J
ADVERTISING I litter that evening prizes for 30.cent admission price ".. .fValuable
f WERE SPIN! )ral JO MY3 I claw accounts In the
lit IPMNTM) !
t the costumes were awarded to
BE OtrTL\\\F for will Into the
1I01'LI everyone go
I F IN EDINBURGH IN I 1655 Bummer almost here Boys bunk In order to lute I'nouli'hmOIl.y .
6 o is I land Hlpley. Panell PowellLinda 1I"l1lorat'" t treasury to help Coupon
', \ WHEN THE} I3-YEAQ'OlD Sam Morris gives four reasons girls will want to I learn to X1um. Aletha Clutch defray exp<'iwos of the class for (heir tripe In theirrespective on Page I
SNEEZED FROM ONE TO 51* why Liquor Advertising III tm Your help Is needed'' field and Uestir llosey during the remainder of the senior yearn

c Wit WRY MINUTE ICERWS Should Be Outlawed: The" C'lav' County Chapter of Mrs A L Jacobsen expressed \ tear .-- .- - -- ---- -
s ''Q TRAVEL UP TO 1st Liquor Advertising is the Itrd Cross is attempting to I her gratitude to the mem- .

t U'I07.6 MILES PeR HOW dt't'.ltruIAnd dishonest; 2nd secure the names and addresses birs .f her committee who she On blanch 20. the a.nlor111I\

,h WHEN YOU SNEEZES It is detrimental to the pub- of people in the county\ who said made the Mardi Or as a play will tx presented' at A o'- ,
Helm
lie good: 3rd It augments or hoc completed Ited Cross Lifeialn I success clock In the Charles: Bennett ,

Increases the drinking of bi'v- and \Natcr Safety Instruction - -- -- rafetula It will bo The

r Pat erage alcohol, and multiples programs If you C1.SMI J' I II II \\holo Tnith, a comedy tain ;> PI/IIL'ft/II-IoIIJe
the evils\ resulting therefrom: mvt completed one of these directed by James flowtll\ Mm cv.i .'

and 4th Liquor advertising programs please contact Rev IOs1: ItUek and Tan Mound Helen Greene and Miss Ann '
hinders the enforcement of I nordon Craig. Chaptir Chairman male In the tlilnltr o( "' 11.."- Attaway "t. 1 ,

/ tit/ r (l established law In local option I 284: S671 or write to lied hip Park. tnowen la the name 1 I 'ti 1 \ (IIMM.I'.S: : UI;I.M
And April 29 members
on \:
areas Crai Green Cove Springs of Irlli. Phone 11I.3U3. 3SecATcjT ,. II ,
. of the senior class. will\ leaveon Funeral IMrector
The people.. helpless to 1.- __ _ __ - - an Atlantic! Count Line train t
nrotect themselves and theirfamilies ll\\
f >\\ashlngton and New "' ik t J
01 !
Congress Is our only I tl! l \l1 1'10?in',, :'I 'n'it" '
In New YOlk they will\ visit X u
\ hope to get Liquor Advertlsein t
the Worlds r.lr Miss Itogw
\ I Outlawed Let ui earnestl , and Mr Howell and severalparents
t(., l appeal to our Congress will accompany the Hu I i \si Pl.. nox 411


' .. ({jERM.SWAPPJN6 I menThis space contributed by by Dr ( M. Oddo, Dinner ln.S.. Pit fotd' north Ctnltr group I

The Crescentto BtudtnU will| have saved tlOO
WITHIN THE FAMILY THE GREEK jTUe HINDU
each and thU money I hat been
SINGLE GEBM B 1 PAPER Coups[ The Green Cove \\CTinSALUTE I II WORD FOR'c r* ,Dtf wo RP FUR'ur' deposited In the Hank.. at OrrenCoxe Tire Service

AND ITS DCSCENCANTSDIVIDING EVERY' HOUR INSTEADaACOMMONCLASS.USE I I 'TA L WAVER' .IJ-,0 "C4 ANISeR.' In their a class. anpltomore savings a
A HANDY DIXIE DISPENSER! ('or. Park, K:m Jackeenvllle
WILL PRODUCE . -' when this balking plan "uI
AT THE END OF ONE DAY CAN EASILY BE INSTALLED IN I IntnMtucrd to the nclxx l bytl'11n'lII'nlaUvfl hnilol. t.\ '1017 or IV I.III. !

l6'rS MIllION Gf r.YOUR KITCHEN Oft BATHROOM )i I of the bank

|)rl|lUll|Ita of |] 00 or more per
i
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I 1 EEy'rE, : HERE I ON DISPLAY or Bull511IIA MiitlNOThe BE:.f'.\rriNOlit

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, A tOMniTE: USE of M\\ A I'SH) I..\UNMOURVWe : IVMMtrriot Orange I'aik. ,
PPulllllt
High mill inert at ft ocliirk I

I A BUDDHIST BELIEF Tuesday at the hUh krluxilfor I torn the smallest U the LARGEST!
)
UCHTCCXOttO CATS Ek'S'UfE further planning on the '
IS TMAf
THAT TORE Wiu ALWAYS ee SLYER IN m HOOT.: I( inter squad f.tb.Ualll') thai III''Iribnleaw'' .\11Tfri./, iw'Inlolit.1tilferceand (

II a E P'RJ.cOLOROCATS-nw TUSK6 WILL ALWAYS BCCCXOIM fwill to held Thursday nJ.M'1 -
March 1: .( 1 oeNk In Uwj
You tilt thank loral hotel 1 and ('01...., Stadium Mr Mrlnlrre I IAIfl.

motel. men for: .taR41ard Steal of Armco Steel| Corp Mr Ib b- I II ,\UJ': I'AKK
I rrsdlrcarMt; flbrr research
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I you II putt from; tree Araerl j I
ran. f:ii.'s 6.r. schools and other plain final 1 I |plan for theo hrneLrll! I SiiiM' HI Kmiil, Mrs 10'"
t '..: ertnv''s, uf the t ArntrCui Oiaiw* Turk gymnasium' and I
I II .u: aril iiuUl) AssuciationI .
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're proud to display out 1984 line of qualitlaw I arutet qiRntlmui. ahmil the IU' H Hlihwir 17 Phone

mower one !lust right 101 out, lawn Come in bulMlni tU dial and sl'.

Hake your selection I
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4t1AJ1AtlADtpiiMANu
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PAGEaa( U County (Orescent! TUUESDAT MARCH 51M4



\ Little League NewsEleven I Concert At Park-Of-Thc-Palms Friday I II Clay County Servicementraining I (Paid Political Advertisement) .

Tedd Smith, well known Wheaton College, are sharingin I
persons attended the second organizational meeting I pianist for the Billy Oraham I the current speaking program he flies the Grumman ., iau
evangelistic team and Don through Sunday Services : 'Cougar'/ Jet aircraft.
week. The attendance
Little League last
of the Oreen Cove
Hustad organist, will presenta I throughout the season are held Before entering the serviceIn I lI
was under that of the Initial meeting I concert at 8 o'clock tomorrow -! weekday mornings, Tuesday I February 1962, Cadet Geiger 's
In the absence of a civic center or boys'club In Oreen Cove, in the auditorium at Park- through Friday, at 11:30: o'clock: attended the Georgia Instituteof I I
the Little League depends upon six sponsors who pick up the of-the-Palms In Keystone I and on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Technology at Atlanta.

tab for equipment and uniforms. Tedd Smith Is best known as and Friday nights, with I I 1C'.R
According to Lowell Judy, newly elected president of the the pianist for the Billy Graham -I three services on Sundays I James L. Jordan, senior chief
league, plans are underway for construction of dug-outs witha I crusades around the world I The public Is invited to at. damage controlman. USN son :
tentative completion date set at April IS, I since 1950. He i regarded as tend any of these meetings as of Mr and Mrs J F Monog '

Building materials and volunteers, Mr Judy said, are urgently a versatile musician and composer as well as the special sacred I han of Oreen Cove. Is serving ,Ye
needed and those willing to donate time (15 minutes to and arranges music especially I concert to be held tomorrow aboard the nuclear powered ." .
two weeks) or materials are asked to contact him at 284.3262. for recording with RCA night. attack carrier USS Enterprise I 'v y
I operating out of Norfolk:. + ,t
Plans to form a ladles' auxiliary were postponed to a later Victor. PENNEY FARMS 6th
date when the League hopes, there will be wider support for Don Hustad,organist, pianist, GRADE ELECT OFFICERS I
the plans.A I composer, conductor and lecturer -I The sixth grade class of the I I

meeting will be held at 8 o'clock tonight In City Hall to on musical subjects, Is : Pen ne y Farms Elementary 44 ,
I now the official organist of the School elected class officers on
select team managers. Volunteers for managerial position, I
Billy Graham team. For several flAt ,
February
coaches and assistants are asked to be present at this meeting I
years he was director of the meeting George Saunders -:
the Sacred Music Departmentat served as the temporary Marine Aviation Cadet Chs
Moody Bible Institute In chairman and Cheryl Woods as R Geiger, son of Col and Mrs.
St. John's Student Body Growing Chicago, and director of the the temporary secretary. Allen B. Geiger of Green Cove
Chorale of this school, Mr. The officers elected were: recently qualified for carrier j

St, John's River Junior College ment figure last year. The Hustad is also an RCA recording Maxie Norton, president, Deb- I landings aboard the antisubmarine -I
had another Increase In I second semester Is unusual In artist orah Saunders, vice president; warfare support aircraft -
evenlngof sacred musicIs Paula Shelton, secretary-treasurer carrier USS Lexington I
enrollment this semester Ac that there Is ordinarily a decrease This
cording to R A. Schrieber due to the dropouts.The a special feature of the cur and George Saunders, which operates out of
led Florida rent Bible Conference seasonat class reported with Bobby East- cola pensa.\ Jr son I JENNINOS MURRHEE take this opportunity to an
registrar, there are 1,047 students college all I \ A3C Edgar T Clarke "
now enrolled, somewhatup junior colleges in percentage Park-of-the-Palms, which hara as his assistant Cadet Oelger is a of Mr. and Mrs E T Clarke, nounce my candidacy for the office of Clay County Sheriff
from a peak of 1,009 the student growth this year, which features special speakers and I It was voted that the clan Training Squadron 21 of Oreen Cove, has been assigned I am 38 yean of age and a native son of Clay County
first semester. Justified an Increase of at least I musicians throughout the winter would have a meeting the first Naval Auxllary! Air Station, to Lowry Air Force Base I was born and reared In Oreen Cove Springs Since 1952
The latter figure Is a 44 percent 17 faculty members for next I Dr. V Raymond Edman I Thursday of every month at I Klngvllle TexCompleting in Colorado following completion I have resided in Bellmore Precinct No 6. I am engaged
increast over the enroll year and Dr Carl Armerdlng of 1:30;: o'clock his advanced I of his basic training at In the cattle and timber business I am a graduate of Clay
- -- - -- - Lackland AFB He Is now attending High School, class of 1943, an active member of the First
Electronics school at Baptist Church In Keystone Heights, a veteran of World

Lowry. War II, a member of V.F.W.. a member of the Clay County
I I I Democratic Executive Committee a 32nd degree Scottish

Army PFC James R. Bowman i Rite Mason a Shrlner an Elk a Moose and I belong to
TOTAL PERFORMANCE I son of Mr. and Mrs Holly i several other County organizations
I Bowman of Green Cove, has I am married to the former Georgia Lou Walker of
been assigned to the 101st Ord Green Cove Springs. We have a daughter Delores. 15,
nance Battalion In Germany and a son, Mike, 13. My wife and family have always
i Bowman, a member of the been an Inspiration to me to do my beat.
I battalion's 663d! Ordnance Com I I believe a public office Is a public trust, and that no
I pany near Vllseck, entered the one Individual has a divine right to hold any office Indefinitely
I Armyl I In April 198J He com- 1 lest the public trust be reduced to a PRIVATE
WINNERORIVE'EM pleted basic training at Fort I DYNASTY I have found numerous citizens throughout
I Gordon and was last stationed
I Clay County who share that conviction and who recog
at Fort Knox
I of office[
nize the Inherent dangers In unlimited tenures
At the risk of understatement, I suggest that the Incumbents
Army Specialist Four JessieE
I 36 years of public service Indicate It Is Indeed
Kelsey, son of Mr. and Mrs
-. "TIME FOR A CHANGE". Since I was only two yean
: Robert elsey, of Oreen Cove,
drawn his salary from public
has
incumbent
old, the
and other members of the 30th
.... ..' Medical Group recently participated funds He has had, for three and a half decades, the
Exercise privilege of directing the law enforcement In our county
:: \1 In field training
... ':' fortunate for so long
: MED DELTA in Karlsruhe. It would seem that any man so
Germany, A driver In the would be reluctant to ask the citizens of his county for
,- ...o'fI.t b group's 556th Medical Company I anything more for HIMSELF or HIS FAMILYI
: near Karlsruhe. Germany, he am asking you to help me In order that I might serve
I entered the Army In October you. Only you have the right to decide who will be your
1961 and completed basic train public servant
ing at Fort Chaffee Ark He When elected to serve you I WILL:
arrived overseas In April, 1(63Valuable 1 Be a FULL TIME sheriff
1 2 Show NO FAVORITISM In enforcing the law.
1 3. Ensure that, for every dollar spent In the Sheriff's
I' .rr' 'rrrr /I Office A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF VALUE IS RECEIVED..
CLIP 4. Serve ALL the people of Clay County
et I 5. Strive continuously for more effective and efficient
J11 i
a. ; and Irrr law enforcement

; \ SA 6. Cooperate with ALL PERSONS desiring to make

.. ... our county a better place In which to live
7 &'e that my PERSONAL and OFFICIAL CON
DUCT reflect always the dignity of this office
Couponon
8 Recognize that this office is one of public trust
Page R
and that MY FIRST DUTY IS TO SERVE TIlE PUBLIC
Furthermore I will neither betray your confidence nor
I. 1 r, surrender the dignity of this office of sheriff by attempt
r rt 1 ('II'R'II MM UK
i ins to DICTATE to any person group or organization
Neither will I be dictated to by any person group or
CIIKIHTUV KCIfMEsocimr : organization

__ I am asking you to give a young famllyman a chance
....., -
q.
kD ('0', E. lUuiUn Rt A to prove he can serve you well! Search my record u a
N. Magnolia Are. businessman. as a famllyman as a person and if you
GREEN CO\E SPRINGS share my convictions. I solicit your active support and
nORmA vote In the coming election

Service held Sundayat ,
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a. m
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Nllr .." r BakjeetlMAN Twin Realty 1


I March e, 1M4

A cordial Invitation la extended Kcal) Estate
Reg. j
to attend our services i iI
e4*
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Broker I .,
: I/

: II I CLAY ri>*". III.nll RENTAL ACREAGE- SALES LOTS '

M..4y tfcra Friday T..
eau. I ,.a... sash snaug. a..wfDUaIrial

COME DISCOVER A NEW BREED OF FORDS How Ford racing helps bring you I !; **.. A 1..*..e totiB,... ... Serving-Greater IndwirUI nay-C..*ty

a better car: Automotive engineer Frmn 1 p... Hilda T. Nelbrin

Ford's enjoying one of the greatest winning streaks will tell you the track is a I New A4atlHla Frkwtfrwtlve

in racing history-outscoring competition almost 2 to 1 valuable !laboratory For example, Marsh I. IM4 0\. iuiiiit .'11.\ &: \" \ i Ite( ''|Iw"rMUnne'
Ford racing has led to a better Adults M*
in IMASCAR'Sanctioned stock-car racing alone:!' block,improved j pts'ans: ,improved lt.deata . 5a in I'Uy Ihiml County

And that's only one aspect of the exciting big change in Ford! valve tram stronger connecting I (With.1 8t.4.tt Cards
.... . U. .
rods and bolts Such improvements na. U..,. teat with tw. hay II ftovlft Saw
.t You have to drive yourself to discover how silently I
just one I I
contribute to total performa .w. M Big kvar 17. I.c.aWlaW ..*-. MIk
a Ford rides, how deftly f t I it i handles t how t eagerly I it responds!I in your .v.rydyllraV1nl." T....., rrt, lUC ... .. DCS. .Wft srw, ....
Sfar.1. I. a T I -.wb tanh....... a.lanh.a.,25nMuit.
Why not take that drive soon? tt..aaf.1 WorM ofIte.thee. ..

Grimm I sera... .. ,ewer! j ....... peal
Maretag sera 0nIIcMaIe ...... *
TEST DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SIF ..,._ Naney i ".WI,.... fct wttk at
. CUir -.. tract*. .....,. Twtai

-*- lease I a" 114s1. Lik'_ war Key.oerasa.

ha. ,.... A Taw 1..a. s.., oca.I I *

.- YOU'RE' INTERESTED IN AN A-l 1 USED CAR BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER STRAIT**,. I. JACKET t. I* .am.uith.na I I SM Reaa."... an.+ nas" ('..a". IpgtIe War.

Mantas ......... .. .
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Mar. II. It. II ....- agw. t.t h a .. Drug.. A..... -

! 1 J. P. REVELS FORD COMPANY SALT .U>0R

.at.rr4ae i.rt RraTer. n... Ia4.sali __ ",--... ....mJ

.... Issas W "..... r.... CVt. /MtaN
601 N. Orange Ave Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511 Green Core Spring



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I MARCH 1. mi dait i 'QI( unto Crescent! ,AOE 8ET6fa ;


!

IHX14L NOTICE

M H C & Farms
Penney
1 I IN TUB C1RCTIT COURT OF
t CLAY COtNTY. FLORIDAIn
/ Chancery
J j(1 I 1't i d MAE WEUSTKK II>o. c-am MARTIN Reporters MRS. IIERBERT D. MYERS Phone SZt-llSl


1 J. ?, t l S III ,: i vs.tAltluN. Plaintiff Mr and Mrs. Edmund Corcoran tends the work of the Methodist ed and a lot of 'sleeping dogs' I spite of the \perennial heat

ENQBNB MARTIN of Peaks Island Me. I Church In the Centra) were awakened! people walk the streets with
l>*fndant
MIIICH! or aurHIE and Miss Mary Ruby of Dor American area asked me to be 'Are we near a settlement1"' evident purpose and seem' to

Utrlun 8TATK:Ku OK.."t'LOtUDA-TO* klartla : chester Mass, called on the with him at the Panama and 'Thin Is an election year In I know where they are going

I 41> Falcon A"*"". Rev and Mr*. Raymond R Costa Rica annul (conferences" both countries So both governments I They are particularly proud of

AIR COMITIO.MNO) INCOME TAX SERVICE ITIIOLSTERISG Charlonr. North OarollnadU Dr Howard said, "Dining one their new university buildings,
I > AKU.: JIKHEUY .NOTIriKI Gregory a ff'dilY.. ago on must be careful not to

> that a pail ha. beta flold thl"lr'ay to the southern partof week In each place.. I gave two be altruistic and appear! to I and I was Impressed by the

MILBERGERREFRIGERATION 18AXLEY'S' TRIM SHOP against CHUI and rxu >in ou the are above rby."UII.4i ronuind Florida Mrs. Corcoran and addresses a day In Spanish to make concessions Eventuallya I number<< of fine new school

INCOME TAXSERVICE i la .rr\* onb pUlntlfr I Miss Ruby were co,otters the ministers and lay leaders new agreement will have to buildings Costa Rica with only

Complete Auto It Furniture I >attorney"lr.aa apptur" hot h.r. *nm on. your and writMI a
I'pholkterlni ".r.n..... W any, to the bill England Telephone Companyfor was In the principal be made and the rabid '1'"- i i and Negro In a predominately
of In paid
rnmnUlnl oult.
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1100 \%'. Idlelid Ave. ..r ahlrh I. d.ll'.rsd to you many years and are now hurch of the locality and was : trloteers' of the Zone all wellas white population U a

SERVICE 19 Years Experience Ph. SRI-JJOJ hor\ l II.wnb ISIS. on or before March II fl\lO11111 their retirement I for the general public It \\'allI I I the troublemakers In Panama model democracy with no army

Air r..4ltlf i>..*;. rUfHrrritUid Short Forma f%.01 Green Cove Sprint, Florida ITr.in falnot\ or deer.. pro I gratifying( to be able to ,lptI "ulb<<-d" I and more school teachers thanpolicemen'
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"n"r..o will\ b t. against
both
of the barer Everywhere In
llrailuc 1.,1. Long Forms $5.1' J.'rl't' KsiimatosVoc and Mrs Fred I) Wotth buck to this section I "Old
op .11 for Ih* rrllr prayed In tko Mr you see the. active vol.
9 S. Palmetto Street tn nr I Latin Anll'l'lralflpM where countries I found friendliness.
Reasonable Rates for Business I'iek-upaiulIMivery 'onlplatnl of Indianapolis after completeIng cano In Costa Hlca!"
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Home PHone 181-97KII ; Mrs Howard and I had given I Our missionaries are not quitting .
Real Estate Rentals Tic& llnidle Any and All of VcuiI'pholstery BKINil run IMVOItCRWITNKHM a 2-' 'eek's tour of the Caribbean "Our plane flew quite close
RN.in. Phone 'S1.9tatT1' "
'" my han.l ana Ik* 51 jears of our life nor are they molested
Needs! .r.1 l of paid l Court al Gr ." Inlands stoiHHHt at MIIC I I and gave us an Impressive view .
APPUANTK PAUL REMLINGER IKROID R.IXL1YOwner : rirr.prlnu. | Florida" this lilh for a'lIIlt with hl'r11olhl'r.\ "\\'h.t1"1't'. the subjects of of Their work and Influence continue
our usually patient mother
d. nf A MM.imittllR ,
\ February P. : and our mission schools
SERVICE TphoMerer tl yes : U OAH1.18LK.llrk Mrs Vlrgle Dibble your addresses. I eatth. In convulsion1' There I III
1641 Roosevelt Blvd. l''''''Ult Court "Anything that contributesto rated as the best<< have a waiting
Ft>\\IV BARLEYSon llyUlHB If. Rohm I no lava ash or fire, visible; but I
We
Repair All Brands ORANGE PARK the (11thI' devotion 1 list of boys and girls eager
deepening
and "phlllI.r r 4 *r*. l>*]iiiiv Clerk The Rev and Mrs J.V clouds of fine black sand and
Servlrliu Clay CountyFor THOMAS 1. niFRMAtlnrnor and ChrlMlan loyalty\ of 1 to enter Hut In our mission of
C. A. 11L'MMEL1'pholsterer Crelghton enjoyed Unit, oed dust have been
for Plaintiff a I rruptlng sincelast
Slitetn Years staling with these countriesthe
SIGN PAINTING 0 vet. A the weekend from grand March covering
Orange Park Ph. H49585FIIILERTON'S I0... hint IMOr work In those countries I knew pasturelands Gospel that. made ourAntlies
.rn 'ov. 8|>rln.., Flnrlja Don, John Campbell\ and Mrs and mnothriing\ Hardens
KRKK: KSTIMATKS 1.10. 22. 1.1. II their problems and fmntratloruiIn what It'll.' wt have
Campbell<< Mr Campbell<< at There is very little difficultyIn
QUALITY this world of revolutionary! spent pennies where dollars
ALL WORK OrR\\TltD Y present Is a ttudent at Columbia biesthlng but strict lean
21 N. Orange Are. I.K.: U.OTICK change\ and I tried' to encourage were needed and we have sent
I UnUerMty after bolng In era can hardly keep the t roads.
Green Cove Spas. 284.1944 ORANHP PAR1'U1'IIOLSTEII1' them" one missionary! where, ten would
SIGN PAINTIING CU I. KHM Mill the army for three years clear dialnplpes' and neweri not hl\VC'tlffn too many,"
BAKER APPLIANCE .Scaled 10..1. will b* ri-ri-h. ..'1 HIth "What's hap|>enlng In t'an- are vetting" rlougeit, and housewives I
Clly 'halt, City of Krynliin "
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SERVICE LEE: WARXER Archie PadgettOn IMH.hU Clay I'numy. Kim, ;its: Mrs !Homer Miller la In ClayMrmorlal I are, foicur dusting A --- -

al any limn *.ul>*...yu.nt lo M..ivh 'Just now everything Is fall little sand In the rice and bean
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205 Glemlenlnr Road Klngsley Are Jut I, IMI. and prior to \Ur.h in, lot( >pital with a brokeen '

MAYTAG Orange Park rU. fast of 1I"t'. 17 I'll, fur Iran of *"prniimt..ly hip All your II'It'ndll i st.I ly quirt the nwjoilty of the doesn't hurl yout"? .
MO a.'rui at land) I.M-Hird ithln people. ate busy eaintng their ...
Phone 26I-63U Ph. No. ('Onu,," 4-9III (Ih* buundarof. Ih. K'I.'O" Ml 1C pipit t her the "bent 01' "Any Impiovements\ in these ...

KELVINATOR Orange Park Ina.16U Airport. fur the purpo. of mil-. everything that clmwwtances\ bread and butter and they countries since )'OU'reo 1111'1"lut' JCL p
I lag bar .Hnid. I.... will\ allow.. II leave t the utreel painde' and .J'
munihn for nri>nrtlnn, of 'the will |Irrmtt ou tier\ blithdaytoday and
MIIK DIIIURYW.D.Morris land haf'r. the term of the )I.... agitation\ to the 'mewlah. ..' of
DEALER - : 11.-MITIIKIS <.ommi-n..... loll. ln will h* for change and the unlveulty stu "IVrkli'illy Panama now hns \ y"rf.lulAltI.
-.- .- period of fit* ran lo nos erinaikits; \ and an( sbuitidAlice S :
.M.I. M4.KFM OF APrMANCESrriMiKFn : ,dsv In ntnmn>'e l* tnb.r 1..1) \, I drills who Instead of yelling at .
: ; AITt.nrTJos..: I INK: ,'"IIT" ale 'fill': CorN A .'0"" of lh. prniw..l I.H*'. The I Itev and Mrs A G football. name.. All trying to of high gr* ISO nEPninEFUTUiV' AND l\ JI'laili. I'l.AY COUNTY, mar be *r*>n HI Ihr laid I Ollv 1111 I. HomiwtfH.il .'rre delighted\ by a milk The eential itieeta are
:ATIo O PERVICR 'I'II\I"> \ IV rilOIUTE. ,I'' Thi. City nf KM'l?nr llrlihU r. I II' Improve the world 1"1 halll
Idlewlld Ave Phone 284-JSII Distributor IN : : OF llb-LES': ''I' mr\iB thr rlKht In r.J..1 I .",. or visit from Ur Margaret. Ili-n-, will t the wrong nwl hllola kept clean file and\ nuisqul I ,'. Coupon.

IlnII1II.r.7T\TJ'. \ ; ., I fall ills and i I., WHIM* l.hnl.1 drlekMin of North Nulllvn. MeOr toe are 'laieh seen wondetful, on Pace II
All elilk' t>H..HS.d. 'rrorn .. no.) h. d..m..t hill f'r How did the ('.,,"1 Zone
E'Ut.GI:1iPAUL'S: f / ) TO ALL CHKIMTOHS ANI PEHHONK I ihr ".1.., .1' nf ihr Oilv Th* .Uf'. I Itendrlrkarn la the author trouble lit l at t." fact In a tiopiral cllniale' In
IIAVINil CLAIM Illy .B.ful l.ld.l.n will h- rcntilrMIn "
i i of the book &'vrn Steeples
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I'bMASI'it' AOAISe' 4A 11i AV" IB|| with 'ha city I Ih. CI.., "There are AmriUana of
For : 1 1 ,..r. rent call.I fie is th. I.... j! At one time Or llendrlekitenan .
long residence the Canal
:r1'h In
V, of rou are he".. rITT r'rnrvrtt.i'ITf .
HOME DELIVERY hnnlHUJ, unit nqulrBd lo pr*. I OP' ro'IITn-r.: .: ItFTQIITAK.'alnna : ordained Mrthixtliit mint Zone wlu are. inoie Amrrl'an '
clam I ant d'round* 1I.I.h. P1,1. served rhurche In '
ant HIM I tir, seven 'HERE'S GOOD NEWS'It
All trial leverages' nthiihMni' ;or piths" of: ynn: my >17, l-l Krbru.rr II. IMI and mine 'patilotic'\ than
.... .' Of Jt.I. the Maine Conference She flew
hate .t the .1' AmeilraiM" In the United Btatea
Open > A. M. to I A. M.Duval CALL :6l-9t9 or Ut.3168TR'IH'iO llalll.rt .1.1..11" 4..4. I from Maine to vUlt Pr JUIIl'hlll' \!'
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of malt County. In the 1.1.1 I-I iI. MiTII : They did not like the magnanimous
) County Une ,'lihUr nf CUy County \ Ihxtgers and HI'l Ruth agreement reached by I II no lunger necessary' to mote Into a subdivision In

North of Orange Park HI him nflliiIn the court h"u's AOlnlo11'1'IICIII)11: Rodgers of Duytoua Hearh vim
POSTCtRtY'S .if nld' ,Cmuilt' at (learn (' nut Ihl' U H military and the CivilIan U ualllr tionte. If own a lot
.,.. I 'I \ sic KII: order own a rompM yea
biought them to see Mr ami\
"| .rlng, Klnrl.l, within ill
0".1 I C.tai II t NNOTII'K Governor of the Zone with
IMHT*
.ndar month. Irons Ih. 11m.) I'
'IM HKid.iir: HIINi.f : Mrs lleinpntrad I In the. country or a small town yes ar* now qualified
w TRADING POST 'I the heal i>uhlli. .tlnn of ilili Thal. lilt hard I' .ludl.. Ih. hold-r' the Panamanian government
))1,5 Ton < i.t"'.-. of each claim ,
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I Ihr' lull''I' "1110'. has
I hereby the flags of bath coup
\\ r. SIT 'r dfinHiul hill b* ,In rllln..;, i I FII.t. with dawn Payment
for
SHI TRADE: fil.d .14| | ral i fiinir. fur IHI financing' nn money
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INLET MARINA tint hHll ..,IHI. th* place| of r.Bi-, I I I I, dad. In h., ,..u." Ih....,," IhrrrlifliHl Mrs Ward Kruno who has tile ".,. to be flown\ aide by

Three location: 4'ii'inn.l 'I.....1 i.fflro 4i1rai of " n.imi.rt. sot > .r. ,..faoaanca I tx-ui In has. Manorial ll.ir.pit-' tide Tills wes a recognition on a brick I bedroom home a* Its. a* III7T per m.nlh.I .
' Iha lalnunl' and p1.11' ha acorn :
Ml.IK I IM JOHNSON 15 t.: Palimr I Ih* 4.irl'|>llllll of Itlriimprriv
St. Ph. 28I-J2HO ;
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i li I hv thii i Ulrnnnt ages). al.Inrrtiiv I, and I th* namr In wit h I I'II al with a broken ankle bun' ,, thai tine 10-mlle-wldc. strip that

ENGINES: \\rrhouM A an'l'jie* old I film frr and nf on rnrnfanlM. 4 illr and by inch a was ......04 sia.. ',.11..a.i'ri I lor a eotiNlderable 10104." ha ellIs Panama 'In two' and era "r complete Infurmallon. fill In the pOlpen .below and
(ito"' iV no,ITS fl al.| No it| Yeat..1 UIUHII. -
C\m I1IU.. !S. Orange Ave 101'I "r d.oen4 nut BO M, .,d.hill June I II bern home for two rrka and din the 1'1.' after all, part
.. I I A II l 1)10l11 mall lo l IlIa'' duality llamra P.O. M,. 111 Orange Park
I 1.1TIt: : III...HS: : >I" \ '<1 . .
I *i rl.i'inn of 1'riiprrly I..I nicely She U In
I in iirogreiwlnu
"BIO TOP" lent llUndlniItUd. I I.,, .' r II.n..v' .. ., ol/ Panama Ihe mm sliddauuhlcta
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i Mlk I l '.1.( 1 I uri.ir I'.ii
SALES! VFR\IF \. ... ,Krll ''if 'Ih. l..'tW fine iplrtu On a ride with tier t Iorld.
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al Illdieiiood' ', ( 'In .hh II '......4 aloerl.h.y \ of tlieux Anlc11cs11awho "
ill unit' 1'.tn5,05t >
m'T (Hlm REPAIR: lit: I. III'IHIICUT hiiiUaod recently<< lluiy saw alarsY t wile atleiwlliiH OIM of UM
furniture and appllanre al \ .. I All W 1,4 i>rvrlr. b.tlig" I* I .\,'
hey, 17 Oranre Park I'A.I.W\ .:I.L do' pain 1 I "
flnrk of drubs probably
Final "uloll"lon Frbrunry lath 'ft Piled, nf i I.,. Mat of larger Mgh aerHMila of the 2on! ,
Phone CO 4 9135 bargain prices Rift rluridalaim north. I
migrating
IMI oiHli ..rl/1.ec1. or i'r.tclh4ln.u decided they would vlolaU thf 1
,'n...,.. shall I.. "H".I .... International, agreement They I r.r

.atlas I I I. law. h <.Ihr rrilflmtr properly or ,lea *rtlfk / The preacher for the II o'- terldi( they would rM' their StIlE; . .. . . . . . . .r. . . . . .

'.l.i will... l> .nld In Ih. Ala b. I clock service nl Sunday. at flag In front of their. I' bpi!
S I@F11@ I E DpA9Dt5[ [! ..I bidd.r at Ili.'set Maw.
C iLnl.S; : 4< ..n ih. Cleat Mn4r IM I Penny Memorial Church will and they did ao fur several

,*, i>rll, l Itt* ..lIltll'* ih* itk day e be th. llrv r It Uatrhek day In *uccr.lon PiwmntanaulMtrllle AflflNLS . . . . .' . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,
I turn, IMI
.I..1.4 tin Ind dy of M.r. buniHilK discretely railed attention ( llirH t...... ir mil)

151) ft* .leader for Uae prarermrrtlng to the challenge. but

-- - - -- FOR lUll: SPINET PIANO .. I. CAIII.lHl.lt, .. I . don And II
".ate ii ih ..r l'iresn 1' ntr on March II will b* \nothing wa

FOR SALE or 'J'RAOE-ltInr I I'OR 8ALR Attention Ham; I Famous make, roister quality. tot 11511'lac t........,. P1,114... the lUv A W PavU imt long brfoi till imrennlal 1IWN . . . . . . . . STATE . . .

Property 'In Putnam County for Itl4t Receiver, matching R4T ( Loral part with good credit agitator saw heir opimrtunlly -

property of equal value In Clay Speaker IIT40 transmlller and I I Iran save miff IttOOO and fln 151111. UTIC(. K The Crernl rfpoiUr managed Mob. were nuiblllsed. OtIS

County, House and lot located Dow Key Change over relay ane entire remaining balance - -- - - to cornet 11'> ()ftrr.* I I' Uf.f building was burtied" and rIlUlttla: . a .0

al Right of Way ef Florida Take all for I1SSOO Call 114 > T. Inspect wllhoil oblliallon. MUM r or trr n 'TI 11' Howard who tuu" |uit rrluriwd a lama number of window

Barge Canal C.II-ZlI.IUS. 1717 lP I, vrlle Horn Office. ,.,11" pail tae 11b III ItrilNiiTlrK lalIll from a month In lanama and war broken Hut won turn \

MTp Plan ('.. Joplln. Mo. 1-l-p M. HKIIKHV illVKf, Central' Amrtra The r."II'1. "bring ,...ntm.n... were aroua
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- _ I (hit Itbhar4 (' notd.a' ih* b'Id.! .--- -
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- if Ih* '.II..ln. .rilfiri.H bas question
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FOR- SALE INI Chevrolet. FOR U"-Ol. 10 Inch ni-.1 MAN HASTIO to manage and 4..4 fil4, in maid, fc'.arl.th.l.a'n4 lh.r for'a* TliMIII. (i.i took you to Panama" 1010 I INDIVIDUAL INCOME C TAX RETIIIN-1963
condition PInt ::: :!
cycle Very good . .* and pass ofirpoN I "Tht nuhop who supertniruti. I L!!
I6 lon pickup one ..DfI'I| retail Ualkln' Roate . Jrill'itit
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; f|12." takes It. Call 114-1717 operate a III ll* crl>ll n ill lhl 0... 1Mal.ee. .O.a$ sac w
11,001ilea" ; eKeeflent.. ...41. In this .r.... <<" ..101 consider |.r....'\) tad Ik* Kr.... In .11..l. ----- -- .
MpIOR II .WH* IH***>*4 are at f'>ll.... amcsi I III i -
lion: equipped frith heavy duly lady 40 U I. rear .141.) taming .fllflril. Nn, H I roe at Ii . === r
and OTerloadiprinc ---1 ......r e I.". I A Ii lass :::: ; 11'-; I I 161..7111 t..044U4 M JJUOJ \ -
week from
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trailer. hlUh of 11 IS
per . 10fi TItS ,. i.P -- ; ;..
Iw.rtptina 01 |"r. rly N = .= L 4 HUt U JOKtl MM MIB*'' ** rMurO
*. financing anJlal le. HAIF-Su. gas range. the very beginning For ,*.. "f l-l I M II.,. ./!. of 11 I *iri T IM AN11"' Furl < tw" I I '111' I I I I 1 I t tU
t .. .. I'Wi'Y ri'iltlli : 210 .
1e.ns1' Illk II H a 'II' inns H.ri-B .= ..: NI1TAIgTIt
Call GCS 214-1 Ul. Small rtfrlgeraUr. |00-yr.. oU Interview ID your hm, 1 hwrr
"I... .i. ahkh ....**.. t"- I'lKiHATfl" : ril. Mo III .w.1.. .ee
Iron Pl, Iron kettle *.*.n' wriu Mr, MfCi.nir.. P. 0. IUi ... -- -- All of > l.sa) InIh. OFTIKiMAa I U.4
RENT 1 bedr'm able I \\'. Bay HU GCH. Ph n. 1117 1 MllUtUn. IWIda, 1J4M. I-.HI.*I"nr' tj.t: Mal* N J Mrt'THKIIMNIiimiw : ::. __ .. .. __ . -_._ _

fOR SALE or 114Utl.I 1-p 11'IMI ri..fi4. w..w1 1 .M..=. s.l ps -. N I". .....1 wdsm. aPo
(...... hester fmrnbhd. CODrnlenl I Saliva) iwh r.fllfr"l. N ..f. to ipn.it>**
i local.. ....11 lie r.4....... .. All N*.".,* .( Ik* r.l .! BTwareGa1frW; --r.') AtIb.Ji1W 4TJ 1! ';j..
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114-4144 t-10.U. Uti' NAME IT WE RENT!' ITilawniMwrr .. >...*.. <. *..'h ..''''p'.prlr''*'!. II' r.,. . k>.f.ki .'i t..4 sad '*<|.''.4 ;.-w._ J pA.Ja.i..r-w1 .I I ..._". elwbn 4si1ai1jlaf.p.(1). . -_.. .
aleehome.
OR miFFtrrplUnally *. kVl.. Tlllef" edfer < 'If'. ...* III ... aid i* ih. hlh- Ifll sap ,..Ia. .. ..*>.... e.a_ __sew s r aeN N_hid 0..1"Led M we "' -"daes..n wwr w.w a wwmI
4 rooms. hath kitchen' ..i seeder *l Ih. .*.rl ...... .... llap wsp IanI ...1..' .. .......... ... e.d abeam.-15.050 r P'00 So
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Kkll sow .
water pump. "- 4.,"- n. tb> n,.. ...*4r I* *.>4 10 !*> ffl' or Ik* --....- I I

POE RENTl Mr S McI,... modrrn equipped. Urge shaded dee rhaln MW, p/p. cutter and ''tile.11'IMI,IMI.hb.h I* iho llh day'mN I'ssp' 4.11.'a IM e.) .aaetb.p1N Slap /1..a1r1.14a ..1rlr. _- -, .._._. .__. t ....._.... ......._ i._

hour, newly painted Ituld and bat IMJltN. city wale, sad din... ladder. w.ldl.g andornlng tb'a, tad 4r .1 M.r>kIMI ..s i'... sail..,. *T*,t4. ..,- . .._,,-- ..... .......... 1.J 1.--- ..
I kM Mt .IA*' _I.. ft*** --
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l, ,.._.111.. large Ugkl fall owner. ..
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m" .m'Iai I I". ..,.....r. ". -' lk flftl MllMMIIMI. =
,hnr*. l.raUk, ",l Call P'."y 1-1 If* ...'.. Ht Coll ....0..'. Held.Ing ,'. ' ,,,. .. .. ..,.. .... f'-." .f ,." sally ..... "' ..Ns eo J t. -I 1
Farwa U .1I211. ItitFOR a.sl .f .,., ,'neaiy ......rtot. 4>-.4 .mass ... l. .$*. sal. . ._. .... .-
y .* RadUUv Kk.p, It* M. 1.1 11" laps ._( MI. ik. .Ides .* ... *...0 % : :- : ::::::: :
..4 _. ."1.. .44>.o* .f lk. SA1.r les k.. lFdfli.d.
_- -- Orange A**.. (,<*T* 114-1141. --I .. .
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sad < 1.b
CATTLE ... 1100 BREEDING '.1 l > parts .' c1.biJ' -w
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all resnd I I. oetlf eta) I.etalBallM I. 11...415( b.l.l. "
THE ntST In Lipid -' - .. - >* ..!.....r ... M all! W1.14 -... I)'. hh.. Yo L ksd....... b..1 .
load printing try the ('EES. 14be. yow dew I II % , _'4i>. ,. tel.NANTN : :=::: -:
ti r *r trrii' t --1 a KIKIC : /.. 'Mu..w INI. .. 'I ,
CENT PRESS. l I'C. The pries ,...,. W .* ben la>.....".,. 1.\( M. IKIir.UHof Pe. st hula. a/Maissaalrld a'.. ....._... I.1-w.esar ..... .... tees -dsd M1.14s ... _........
.k .. C.cll 1I4-.4SL 1.131 J fk- jrlD. a****_ lhrroM IK i* r oM Awe ..1M PN.1..r Thew j ISaLO p.J ... .... ..
right ". eu'Tn N M Npppav )le.m J .1..4 ......... r ,sees No p.o.dd'o's.I .
.al of M. ... offk film ..., .....,. 5' .ae.1.. II. MN.e 50 5t It ,N a. I w ma ..... ....... a.5orms. -4 .......... ... .-

--- RENT Roooa lletw.swrwMhed. Ik. .\__.. l4f..Ug* LMIMMlM ,of r..Nt4,.............,..,ei.OMNIN.,.. pee 1 Msh1.4 (OP t .. J .11.4.f ...... -., ..sibs'. bo..ud .

FOR RENT- -...,... .boas, FOR ILpohi)l U *.*..4S) 45.4 M ls4 lb.n.a J i-Waal. awieu 1.t..I. /.w sills ... ,.... N.. .....-.,,.

Pr.wy Furl ISO a........ . t attached IMdiooaia.tarsd.FWMa -. riMT. ..... 1... Ibrtd )X.. .'aellt..laila5........ ,lb. ......'sad'-pa...8M.4 I - - p 10 'bsj- Mal ......... .. ....dhio

Call Mr, Irrrrtt: CCS St4. . .....| Saul .......... Ill lush ***"* sad Ik. ".M M .*_ SweanalPPIKITMl 1 M 1 a41asF M yaw alts.s w .....
1.11 I.***. yard W a moth.rb. M ... .-..| a,. 51 f.l*..i PM Ts1 Me.NS. d. w tar ........ p' .s nspaatsd M '1
1700. u._ air**.. M of Mash lot . .. M l.111 P5
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J: : : : : : AREA BUSINESS i DIRECTORY .4H..-W"oi4! *4>*%'U*
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III IS 554004. SISStl144S410tlhl$5SSSS SClRnl Pies M .po ..--4 pa N eea.ae 'h r. . 0..es.alwe lasse/ Ili.s \
$8 I 5) 444 511101 __ I /5A- aab ........... Np.. I'slif..I. .. III r... d I* /0.4 e. Mee $,.. hood pessv sp ... ,..... ..
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EIGHTClimate Oltoy! > County( (BrcseeMt THtJRSDAT, MARCH 5. 1N4




Conditioning . To Be A
Pageant I"

(Continued from Page One) I D PLANTATION BRAND CORNMEAL

Two Affair @D ] @
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would be ready to go within another month.In Night ;

the meantime Mr. Ewlg was joined In Oreen Cove by

Delbert Stone, office manager; Julian White, pilot o fthe com The seventh annual Mist Finishing School and Career
pany'i plane now baaed In Oreen Cove; and Diane DeRoslei, Clay County Patent will beheld J College In Jacksonville with. aI I
on two. nights April Sand 1300 scholarship I
an administrative assistant. WHERE THE
Other Hardeman supervisory personnel to come Includ... 4. This is due to the exceptionally -I "It Is felt this will allow us OR GRITS
large field of entrants a
a much better chance to capture
Berne.ll"oster. who will be project coordinator; Thomas Hyland, spokesman said. LB
pageant the coveted Miss Florida
production superintendent; and Ed Oreayer, shop superintendent This year's Miss Clay Coon I Title for our County David VALUES ARE. 4 IQtBAG

In charge of the fabrication of Insulated metal Biding. ty will be held over for one I* Talbott executive director BAG
Within two months the company expects to have a tots I year for grooming and will of the Pageant said ,.
in the 1963 Miss Flor
employment in Green Cove of approximately 100 persons compete The Pageant 1s a youth sctlvltles >
ida Pageant program of the Green -RIG liT" WESTERN BEEF
The lady who capturesthe
young Cove Junior Chamber of Con
title this will be sent,
year
rnerce. It II produced by the CHUCKROAST
with the first runner-up as an
Miss Clay County Pageant Association.
observer to this year's Miss
ealr
Members of the association
WTWS' NEW tit AGRI-BUSINESS? attend Florida Pageant the Patricia She will Stevens then are: David L. Talbott
executive director and prodticer
; Mrs Jack Saam and Mrs. A

\ Rosene Gregory, associate producers i
PARENT FACULTY: Randolph Brunson,
You con always tell a doughnut ;
e by the HOLE, But nobody knows ASSOCIATION MEETINGThe business manager; Mrs Jean iii
; CUT
why a doughnut needs a hole or Nice director;: Mrs. Kitty Wal. SQl'AHK
how big It should be, Parent Faculty Association ker, modeling director; Mrs HONE IX 35cIIS
of the Orange Park High
I Barbara Holt, music; Frank:
School will meet at 8 o'clock book Now at two convenient AAP LH.
Harrington program ;
next Wednesday In the school I George Wyman, ticket chairman food stores located at
l1 cafeteria William Mathews John McKinley produc
. i guidance counselor at the high tion supervisor; John Halllgan.
iI school- will have the program. stage manager; Geiger, art director N. ORANGE STREET "SUPER RIGHT"WESTERN SHORT SHANK

: . . I Oustafson; chaperones, chairman: Mrs Mrs Grace Eu GREEN COVE SPRINGS FULLY F COOKED

gene Kir ker, Mrs John Brad.
"s : : .: ley, Mrs. Dillon Polk and Mrs, - -

BDWlIJ ic Randolph Brunson; parade' I ';HIGHWAY 17 HAMS
chairman, Prank Schiele, Jr.:, 1

: ... concessions chairman Eugene
.. ORANGE PARK
... Klrker and chief usher Jack \

... Basin Unit Shank
..to BOWLINd MIXED LEAGUE I
.. II
1 You can olio tell on efficient grain I : Portion I 43 C Portion 33 C
drying tank by .the HOLES In the Won Lost AtlentO3ANGEi i c n
a drying floor. But' engineer know Magnolia 52'i' 43 H i : Lll. I Ml.Steak .
that the hotel ihould be a certain $ Dogs
Drivers fil 45
site I and number.1I.eorch .
Professors 01 45 jYLife
by luller, Manufacturing Untouchables (0 48 i
C.Indicate(hot holes Be Sure To See and Shop at Your Sale I
f Jokers 47 49 CONSISTENCY. KEY TO
should cover 33 percent of II
the drying floor Why? Be- Kingfishers 47 49 TRAINING PUPPY NEW A&P FOOD STORE

com air spaces betwien 'the 8-Balls 45 51 By Bob Butoi. MtntferrrUklM I I
stored grain or corn are Pet rood lUttsrth Center T-BONE
40"4 65 I K I
about 23 percent When thispercentog.ls Champions
matched by Magnolia won :3 from the The secret to training a new Now 0 pen
puppy can be' summed up in
warm air entering the bin, SIRLOIN
each kernel dries / Champions to remain In first two words. Be consistent AN I f-V
uniformlyand 1'b" games over the Drivers. ways use the same word (a Free offers Hated below are effective only at the
weather safely-even' In bad and Professors Jim McCul- single, snippy word at a time ,i pew Orange Park AP on the date specified TOP ROUND JJ/
such as "Sit'I) and always hsv C
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ough had high set with a 629 the puppy do the same thing inexactly fib I
while Doc Turner's 308 singlewas .
the same wsy.Be 500 PLAID STAMPS CLUB .
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high. Mary Everett led the consistent in your correction IE33l
women. with a 421 set and praise, too. Correction GIVEN AWAY EVERY IIR.Thondsy .
should. Use the.form.of scolding
and preventing we puppyfrom - -" COLD STREAMLibby's
going ahead with the
March S
wrong action. And the scoldIng PINK SALMON 1LB.CAN-59 1
I should only be given when FREE ONE-h IALF GALLON _. *
you're present and catch him GLASS DECANTER
In the set Prslse which is the
1" 1 With $IM. er more order
\ 1 - - WHITE IIOl'SE FORE STERILE

FREE Ql'EEN Friday March SIZE T.V.I TABLE EVAP, MILK. 6 71 t

Aid With .1.... or more order
First

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MENS LADIES HAT
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) for minding,should take - -i- - -- ----- -
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d ovenchl0 air \iii This i* one way: Once> begin teaching the
of .. you
"uc: \\JII"1 aouth 9' ... puppy the basle principles ofiibrdirnce '
411110 (lg00th Corn 8 $1.00
vie
out of Ur4.ef"! .' the "come", "stay", CAN'S
Yo'u "lit", "heel" and "no", be con

Mouth-to-mouth rrsumil silient to shout It every devoting single' a littletime dayregardlss SI'Kl'lAU: A4P FKO/.BN) : POTATO' MOHKBLS: ItKO.: OU ('IlIXNI.I': (TT

lion Is one of the many of whether or notyou t
4. feel like It. Since It's\ been I'
by
't hrl'tll&Inlf skills taught\
scientifically prov.dhIt a French Fries 4'.89c
-- Hed. Cross( 0m 2J.OOO.OOO puppy's capacity for lesrnlng ;(
I \ ....-. t' certificate hs\e Ntncompleting Is at Us peak between 7 and lo
weeks, time Is short a mere
llltmilT( SAIL
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d 70 days, an mike the moot of '
J-. \\ tout Kwl 1 (',OM esrh. Actually take
path o..r I a first aid r,iurs.. You f'In much of your 1\1.n"\ : Some i

vh the ).. 7 blr "to\, 20 lot c,1\: d\ '|H'ml (n the lied. (',...s clock trilnlng and experts stop after go ten by min.the BleachNI'KCIAI I 3 !lain $1.00

pull of 'P" out ytcl(0 If to help you krrp| )our uteri for puppies tire eaitly.
'P\I\o One well known trainer of : JA.NB: I'AKKKK: DKMi'IOl'S
{ \\ shuts th'-\ cktb.d 'family safe Amt l the *
.0 .
.trtD ., hunting dogs uses his puppy'stall
b\1 \ \1. YO ". ....' ch tf Ue.l ("UM ..11'1..1"h. ss a barometer, and when
Con\nUII It'U .1Lch. \,.1"\0 o.er, un yon.. the till loses enthuilaum' thetension Pies it 1f1.IAjpjMiplpl .
,red
no 39c
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KAl'H
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."ilno .WsMI apr. 1oss1al know best) so that the lesion -
glue ,hill 10., tothrust, ran end with praise. i i ''m
CfOl' Gerry consistency through to ,
ohouldnfMttsr of procedar. hit rare too. In feeding and Itr 2.7 Kxlrn j ,r _

o\ln rpeet al I"erl -. 4 + I hours siring, and him,then select stick convenient to thr \t. I- riaitl Sttunii T.Wllktki .t ( .'...? e
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nourishment and\ provides he him needs with all the I (' r.:. seas e, Pan S..4.r. ..*t.S :!

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