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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 19, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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PKY LIBRARY _tiUORAIIY OF FLORIDA' (
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Wilcox "Cannot Be Accredited" Tallahassee SaysM.


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Calvin Wilcox a candidate for County superintendent Under the States teacher certification: requirements adopt. approved by the Association and the major portion of one The Certification of
department the State Education Dept,
1 public Instruction "could not possibly meet the States relulremente ed by the State Board of Education In I960, a candidate for year of such advanced study shall be designed as preparationfor
for the port. a spokesman for the State Dept ofuatlon the position of County superintendent must have five years administrative and supervisory function This standard is after reviewing; Mr Wllcox's file, which was described as 'recent -

* told The Crescent this week. : of teaching experience to be certified. Even for the post of not retroactive" ." said "he does not meet the requirements and we dont

Mr Wilcox said last week be bad asked the office of the : school principal: he must have three years of teaching experience. The question of the accreditation of the County's schools find that he comes anywhere near qualification.

rids Superintendent of Public Instruction to review his has become one of the major !Issues In the race for the
..tlons. I| Morever under the rules of the Southern Association of position of County superintendent of public Instruction since While there are a few backward counties In the State

While he has a masters degree Mr. Wilcox has no teach- I Colleges and Schools "the admlnstratlve head of the system the naming of Mrs. urns C. Lone to succeed her husband' whose school superintendents do not meet these requirements

experience and Is currently employed by an insurance (superintendent) and of the school principal headmaster Mrs lone named by Governor Ferris Bryant has no college the absence of State and Southern Association accreditation: is

ny In Jacksonville etc.) shall have received a graduate decree from an institution education becoming ever more rare. "
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The Last Hurrah Burns To The Halls Renounce Politics; To


Speak HereSaturday


Concentrate On Area DevelopmentdIi'1



(See editorial page 2)
I Mayor Kaydon Burns, of

Jscksonvllle, the front runnlnj a Clear Sailing Seen
I candidate for Oover

nor, will speak in Spring
b' ;v Park, Green Cove at 9:30
o'clock: Saturday morning For Louis Huntley

I Mayor Bums will be accompanied .
to Oreen Cove
The political situation hi the County last week underwenta
by the "Burns Dtltsers"Thespeaking
sea-chng. when Sheriff John Prentbn Hall announced he
program is scheduled
would, not run for a tenth term and S. O Saunders running
to last about 45 minutes
for re-eleclloit to the State Legislature, withdrew from thelegislative
race and announce he would make a bid for the
The Mayor will be met at -
Sheriffs office
the Duval-Clay County line r1r1FL4-
Morever. the refusal of the Sheriff son and namesake to
by a police escort Burns
take advantage. of the opportunity to succeed his father finally I
supporters in the County are
crotched widespread rumors that have persisted for several 1
asking for a large turn-out.
years that J, P Hall, Jr. was his fathers heir presumptivefor

the officeThus .
In a brief and undramalto decision John Hall a*
S. O. Ky. Opens, thieved what his political enemies have been \m.b101 14

years to do
New Refinery The tUiurday anneunasment. Ume4 U allow all and sundryto \
quality for the pats took many County political aspirants!
'r.....,.,...."' .......,we.. Mvs..bar1wfr $eudSe...,... ..
The fsat-movlnc Industrial a r dally clone to the Hail family ever a period. of years found II
upsurge of the Southeast 'was 4e hard to __11"..
given I added impetus as the While the Sheriff said that he walmore time and leisure
;pack R. Dar Maintenance director at eaanp Chewenwaw new Pascsgoula refinery of the to attend. to his own diversified affairs' there were those
the Gateway Girl Sees Cewweirs" ll-ewawty reereaUen center Standard Oil Company of Kentucky # who fell that the City of Omen Cove and lie progress and in

en BUek Creek, will rwn fer the Cewnty CennnlnlewefagaiiMt wu placed last week on dustrialisation. now on a firm footing, would demand muchof
Luther Wlbea and Everett Irey. Tae II.'...-.kl full operation. the attention of the .year>old public servant who was

veteran ., World War II and the It..... War wig gra4- ,I With capacity in eras of recently characterised as the T>ait of Florida Sheriffs

sate with a degree In dame A4mlnl.. (ember. Both Ms sons are ruireatly studying at St. John this new refinery Is called things In thme It years he Is the first to admit
Leer Junior College He will campaign en a program fer : America most modem, and e On. of four children of the late John and Susan Hlruon

tiers Industry. the mere efficient dlibwnwment Count one of the largest In the world. Hall both natives of Clay County, John Hall was born nearGeorge's ,

tends Improvement ef Count roads and a program to Covering 200 acres It Is fed Use In UM southern part of the County. Ills father. ,
stem the migration ef yeuogtten away from Clay County with crude oil from the Out (a son of Lyman Hall a Ovorilan who moved Into the County

'Coot fields through the world'. months after the surremto at A|>poniatta*,> died three rnnmrnbf
longest underwater pipeline! re Ms third", (and fourth child* was burn Susan Illn
eon Hall died when the buy we ell years old
'
Oa 1 II 1 is
s o n e consumption
k The. young orphan went to live with an uncle, O..trge Hsll.
!
rat'1M"e 111'0.11luUor In the South
who. l I.... was rear llsll's take (named for the Sheriffs
than In any other section of
I grandfather"" And after a toHbtrl. f Khu .H..tg. IM went out
Amerlcs\ and the construction
( Into UM watt on .Ms own
01 this giant new refinery at
I TtM Sleet .Is. eWe now to loM back with sew. humor enMe
ade- I II II
Pasai i"oula helps assure .
estate ewppMrs. In the rears ofgrowth Ciit Net if Cl.S .... bet .teai .In the Merwm Costly: plMMftiate mines though
I I he fswsid, HA .Hwwor. in there then In till. When he was toil
ahead! Skciiffjuhn I'mloii Hall only :M ff.H oM. he returned .U. Clay County and touk a Join

. - -- a* eaHM s.g-rlnUn4.nt for the SI JvhiM fther) Cattw A6MJ.

Ii etalksn ...*. latMh was .Wsld near what Is row .tvfnftfarm

.ate ? Reg'sU r! *. 5,
WtUi ttM outbreak" of World War I, John Hal enlisted

I In UM Amr and sHe4 overseas, returning to thT United
f !
Register Males on Christmas eve, till He was relieved of l u tlvw*Mjr

Climate Officials Honored almost tautly 'lour months latercbsMtwad 1f''"
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Register I I ... A' ( MI rage Two _

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y r n y County reclatratlon books I Chamber Veins Climate
win remain open 1.1. the i I''

icar icarr court house through April (II .

r 4 supervisor, affording of to reglsteatlortibis U I. WOsoo. I \\Conchtiouers\ A I III1ClleOIJ

registration la tor
those who have reached voting Climate ronditkwilna's share In the 111 million font/a t
age or who have moved to hiLt the awjue nf4 structure. at Capw Kennedy la mere

into the State strife the I IQr thai" M million. Alan U twig, general manager ef the ...
Lit ,Wc'UoQ.MJONI it party's r.. "Mitr.**Urn "hcadtutrters In been Ceve's Indus

dMirtng to ,..... trial part, said. .but ThursdayBH
... s.,.. luntKeon
ter mat have been a real- .tlIC a matting: given la honor him
dent ef the Stale for at end members .( hU Haft, Mr Kwlg said all the work en CttinaU's -
and of the ,4 ; part ef ,till reject) ....w we tone In Oran Csrve.
irart year +r s 1
\ The rwwwlv'a genrral ....-n1Mr wf ......... Jew ffffn County fee at least sis EsiwMMir: the tape thai CUmate's move to Oreen Co.
to.r" gar*>4 .. UM frwwt-rwanrr hs. IW race ,. Ant monthsCounty will we a permarMnl ...., Mr, twat said thai It to 100 .{x'{

tie f..,.,.s ,.,.. s.S-.J snsrea. A ,",ute ., .'.. I...- elate ...h". mapkrye4 through' the Jaeksonvifle business .,.
,, M, off twwMa |M% In MwewUMil. II.. l.year| .U flee .f UM. Meat Metal Werters. Af ef L, win do Ihe actualWMI "

velcraw wa. MftI.>..< wla ..-.' M for IM r.M five GetS$10COO
)tariM CoeUnued on Page Three ) ....,,,r, Mr l..U) promUed' thai wheteter p...1.... p sf AI
-- .t.re, .wade we given. to fcoal. ,er.ann*| and menhante F//.
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( More w. 4 CWMi<'r aMrthai4s who writ Inventory wMch might.
we.. mM WT CttMuto to hake UMW>.SN.S known to .him. and toMs
Retail And Gas Tax Up Mate CwweuwBrr Its, K ,iy44 ) suit

Green sail Use rat a tent 4. ) In IKetf ewe plait I a..... wUt fakrVato eorvaated, In-

;,order tea eotWUons In the county laM neeita svgs far l.ejM tress the race 'r ...l4 alMMiiuiM 4tMr. fee UM ...sbt. .e la/...t wuMlnsT vhleh
I percent from January and a health 14 gee oeM abwvwcr 4' i ? i will" beet Nt fw eve ef UM ..,* of Cape. ."IWiH,.
ail tat teed hat Nun SMUV4to
tnt
I43 coIbcUarM.> aeronfing. .. J. 14 Suwwgluviar d. A sneaUMKl |.n el thin west wUI se toward 40f.ttexs
sf? the fVonda Rrrrnuw. Conmnteshm. Clay OswntrMr IK..I ... deep U.. the petal" ef a flower The btuldtni
,
u. ... tine Mr, ...,..u said salve to* evSwrUons ., Own mA UM total wig w. SWUM. .* to Paid! least estage WMnnshM nekstsAMM
# Mtn ..*. wp a whopptiw M .... cent r... these. wf l.4, to ewdi wf FWVta's ..... ..,..',..-.t,,
'hl tip As In met ether PVelda ---. totaMe recoOxtH tan to .... fwr UM ewrremftansl + j cet ... fwi'e e. bee Loa +f th.M .based at UM .hirwheen In sd4)tVto) MftW. e
kreaaty
fdI off teas u.tr ........ hrwtaI7 Atdr Led aeotrLL peat to IIXUM4 TU* toa wtte Mrs fUMM tkrVNkwr. adnJnstratlve s..Unl;
ur gy &lie U the Osaty .... month ...... snmwe+ e< IUJWI$ eye UMsaawe j A' the Ieria'. ghee Yd rash ..... ... e ............ g.w.J mm aae.. .a4 tie, (jeaw>rt MMM .,f\H mason. Waif. X.... .....1.'; and K.

..pests* MI>... wp trwsa PUOiI to the year. eartkr .ene4us ..,.. Led feet eWwewrti W drielets 04 n-e. c............ ft. O. J.-.. .....>ieIwMfewwAl. ........... Ia the J fw taf, MLA| awMOMtor, A seventh ..,...... Tew Ifs
.QM. coOsetions toss Cresa tows than IlltM to rv*> ; cmMf r...rv..4 here ties ef Ihwe wl UM saoaW ..... ...,1 to 'J how to ISM ,......"'.I .. r.t s>Mi who wttt s* ntuttton sufMrtnienoent. II scheduled .to

M. tip Ie 'appeeslnaaMtg IUJM lad sweat*. Tbss ... |]M JOe. the ....... aeaawM c.-. cL" Tybe. key.. ...... L J. f w4... Cheese...daat..I .... NaN an... M O/.* Cove .later this rMnln..
\|\\n i atws>*.sl la UM awsfcsry W UM Aea.e/s.. lnimiMBii 1 sisinl e. Csvfcwwt .>.. 1. P ......... J Water miU., esMmcH dude ef the Clay County:
-.c-a.Luu.--- rots trail toi ...., Joe. fesX AJb IwlgL CBsw ClMaf, avt..tlMt. at the aeetlfif.


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PAGE TWO Clay\! (County\! Crescent THURSDAY MARCH II-,-1Ntr

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ffltay OIountCrescent\} otUhher letters: to tie iEbitor Halls Renouce . .


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The End of An EraAn by HUGH SMITH To the Clay County Crescent: public school system would
the next eight work
lose their accreditation if a There followed, during years with
I During I the past month, nonqualified candidate wen the Florida Farms Industries Co. a Ford agency in Waldo,
( editorial View) I am looking south from my "Dug-Lot" across Governor's many citizens of the County elected. I' and a job as logging superintendent for the Dowllng Lumber

by DUNCAN ORONI.R Creek thinking about what a beautiful day it .is when the phone have been deeply concerned We now have two candidates) Co., of Manatee; and before his return to Clay County a
rings. It is Duncan Oroner who says to me like this, "Smitty about the unfortunate situation year In Sarasota as superintendent for a paving contractor
Almost certainly It was the quietest political revolutionthat I would like for you to write "Potlickker" this week. It .1s National I' that has come up in our schoul seeking election as Superintendent In 1928 John Hall went to work for J. C. Penney end
of Public Instruction: M.
ever took place. I Outdoor Recreation Week. You're an expert write'I" system at a time when alii I during the next two years supervised the paving of a numberof
'I Calvin Wilcox and Jesse P.
terms as the County's Sheriff,, for better schools later he became the
John Preston Hall after nine are striving roads in the County. Two years Count s
I Now, Dune .is perhaps the best word and phrase man a- I I Tynes. Both men have publiclyexpressed
stood down and said "No more. I and for a higher quality of first State Forester In charge of its first forest fire protect 10:
For in 38 years.In office, years In which he very shrewdly I I would like for you to write "Potlikker" this week. It .Is Na-, academic education. I I the extent of their unit.
Preston Hall has become an menu are read by one and all. As a matter of fact some cit I i qualifications. I sheriff. At
John elected that
massed a small fortune, The citizens of the CountyI It was In 1928 that he was ti"if
tlzens get highly\ indignant over what he writes, and he .Is Mr. Wilcox said he nit
of his friends; and something [ was
almost infallible man on the lips believe, are very much In I the County's population was close to 8,000; bootlegging;
to those who so long and unsuccessfully offered more punches In the nose/ in his. time than maybe Jab 'qualified because he holds an of his willingness and obilin
dragon
akin to a sympathy with the condition i lAB I rampant. It took a gun proof rouse
sought to unhorse him Dempsey. of Hlrrls Long's health which degree In psychology; an it, and, finally but by no means least some of John: Hall

It is only very recently I have come to know Sheriff "Dune," I say, "I am not mad at anybody. In this quiet caused his retirement, and I I! MA in Child Development; he purple prose to convince some of the wayward he meant bi.; ,-

Hall not, I might add, because I couldn't beat city hall and corner of the world I am finding a garden of Eden to live In. with his loved ones. I I has never taught school and tress.

thus Joined them, but upon a devastating experience with the I Good friends give me the big hello from all over even Ethic However, few it any of us' in fact, his only connection At a testimonial dinner given in Jacksonvvl'le! set< rat!
of of his political enemies When I was being within ourselves I| with any public school .is that Florida Sheriffs Association State'' Attorn.-.
venality some recognizes me as a solid citizen and this .Is no small thing find j it to weeks ago by the
wet" -rmrsed on a diet of gossip by these; I begged and beseeched understand why the education I| he is the father of a pupil in William A. Hallowes called Clay County a model of law tr-
in vain that someone produce a document that would" back up Dune tells me he does not give two whoops in someplace of 5,000 students should be '| the County public schools and forcement. No murder has gone unsolved in all the 38 dears

their small talk I agreed to meet anyone, anywhere. I have about my state of well-being. All he wants is that I should I jeopardized by the appointment i .is a PTA president John Hall has been sheriff.

yet to see a line that Indicates, much less proves that John Hall write about Outdoor Recreation Week and maybe something that has been made by the Mr. Tynes .is fully qualified.He And John Hall is likely to retort, with a twinkle, "beforeI
was ever anything more than an Immensely hardworking and about wild life. At which time I ask him If he mean Echle'i Governor. has been a teacher, a principal took over, there had been quite a few.

gifted man who had not only a deep sense of loyalty to those and he says no, he means shotguns and Jeeps and such. I It is, Indeed, unfortunatethat artd.for the past nine i
who had been his friends but a very real sense of forgiveness i years he has been General ---- i iN
Well, X never own a gun In my life that Intended to shoot some of the citizens of theCounty
toward those who made asses of themselves. anything but two-legged skunks. Come to think about It, I do I were somehow I influenced Supervisor In the office he
My wife, who lays claim to some occult "womanly Intuition I now seeks to head.
not even own them. They belong to Uncle Sam who spends to ask the Governor
," which I have given up trying to understand, tins been considerable time and money teaching me to plop the eye out I to name an unqualified person I Let us, as citizens and

saying to me now, week in and week out, if John Hall should of a one-eyed Jack at too yards. After this costly and time I to head our County school sy parents use our good Judgment
be defeated In a bid for a tenth term it would In no wise reduce consuming schooling I am made gun captain of a iS-inch gun stem. They did this In the full I and elect a candidate
his position or stature in the County and that contrary- qualified under the standardsof
i I on the Battleship New Jersey, and the whole war Is over before knowledge that our Countyschools %
wise, it would Indeed, diminish the stature of the office he has I even know who I shoot at or who wins may lose their accreditation the Southern Association. 4 ,

for so many years held. if the present super I' T
Now, without the slightest fanfare John Hall has said he's As I am getting practically nowhere with my wild life I intendent .is in office on Nov. DM Nix 1\

had enough. And very wisely, In my opinion his. son has refused theme, I go to a citizen who owns some thousands of acres of 29 when the Accreditation Y

to leave the Dank of Often Cove to take over the positionhis I I hunting land and say to him like this, "J. P. ," I say "tell me Board will meet
father .Is vacating. For I believe J. P. hall Jr., can be of about hunting. J. P. makes a pass at his. shirt pocket for the Those who affected the appointment I To the Clay County Crescent: _

far more effective use to the County In the Dank than anywhere cigars that ain't there no more; rambles through hIs pants of the present superintendent I placed! art ad In last weeks '

else.! :i for some gum, and eyes my cigarette "Well he says, "we said at the time It Issue of the Crescent stating I
it the only direct beneficiary of the Sheriff's renunciation smell first, and then we got to rigger a way to t
As I see gotta learn \to would in no way jeopardize our I wished to sell a refrigerator
Is Louis L. Huntley who now faces no Democratic I get them because they usually set I it up so we can't get to'em accreditation.I i The mailman i l delivered my
opposition In his contest for Sam Saunders' seat in the Legis by road. Sometimes we" have to go by boat. I paper Thursday a m. by noon I Ji
have letter from Herman
lature and not much next Fall unless. his Republican op. a adver-
the item sold for tho
'Was
school teacher Is able "We still talking about huntln'T", I ask. FrIck, chairman of the State i
ponent, E. P. Clausen, an Orange Park | tlsed price. It seems that an ad II
nearly always have a Accreditation Commit I 1
They
"Trouble Iahe goes on, ,
to achieve a political miracle. I the Crescent DOES off I y
Louis Huntley's political ambitions, which have blown hot I stakeout, and by the time we get there all we find .Is some which contradicts this assump I Iin Thank pay I

and blown cold for months now, were finally set on the path old granny washing clothes and saying ain't It a nice day tion. I you.

toward the Legislature, I am told, by Walter Odum and Ser'e- Even It you catch some dude making 30 miles an hour through Mr Prick does say If by Nov. I Mn. E. E. Parduhn
,
tary of State Tom Adams How much control they will exercise the underbrush on foot, he'll have an old shotgun In his hand 29. a qualified (according to I'h.

over Mr Huntley remains to be seen. However it should be II and blame you for acarln off the covey of quail he .is after Southern Association of Colleges .

added here that Commissioner Huntley has very recently expressed I One morning X catch Eldon!: coming In from the woods and Schools standards) Florida. . Jgfp"
"he his person has been elected or appointed ,, Need
high admiration for Sheriff Hall because was unshaven, unwashed, hungry and wet "Eldon!: X say "if you
on man." Or more succinctly that the Sheriff didn't take I do not leave that cheap stuff alone, Mrs. H .Is going to thump and has assumed the
orders from anyone. I I you soundly about the head and shoulders and leave you lookIng I responsibilities of the office, OLD & AXTIQl'BFiiiiiilnrc : a picnic beer is a natural
the schools
County's will not
of Jennings Murrhee the political newcomer ,
And what at coots and cranes all by your lonesome "Bmltty, he I
who now faces quite another old hand at the game of politics! I says, you ire looking it a man that has been sitting in a lose their accreditation" (Ola" .. you're relaxing. your favorite: outdoor.beauty spot u;itlt

Was his support beclouded by those eager to get Mr Huntley deer stand for three dayi. My rifle has worn a callous in my If it .Is the Governor's planto friend or family and your thirst's v betted by fresh sir and cxcr-

into the Legislature T We shall see. I I arm, my trigger finger has nervous twitches, my stomach is appoint the qualified winnerof a'ul China else-that's the ideal time for a cool, refreshing glass of beer In
That there will be a new face In the Sheriff's office next full of feathers, and my wife will laugh so loud when I get the May primaries to complete fact, you can name your recreation-swimming, hiking or HI*
year is Incontrovertible. If the man who takes over performshis \ home, you can stand on City Pier and hear her. O'byel Smutty, the unexpired tenn of Mr. u alerting TV-and chances: are nothing in the world fits it quart
duties without fear or greed without. having to make com Long, the citizens of the County u M ell as beer.
promises with high political morality, then the change will\ not I am "talking to Hank, a scribe of some note, who .Is associated ought to know about It. TOq..H1I>! <| PAID
be patn/iil' because the office could very probably at this juncture with a sheet that covers Florida like sweat beads on thereby relieving' their concern: I Your familiar glass of Iwer; is also a pleasurable reminder that
run .had !. And.al1Oth., new Taos In Tallahassee a fat man during Amtwl. I ask Hank what his opinions are for their children's education "e live tn s land of personal freedom-and that our right to enj v

The changeover there will be more painful: Painful because I of wild life, jerps and such. Hank says that he does not kIJ f For If we lose our a
In any legislative body (excepting where acme critical anything except maybe by accident and then he Is apt to get Lion I am told it might take ..101Il'::\' those personal freedoms.In .

Issue exletO') the decisive force .Is seniority far more than sick st his stomach. "As a matter of fact," says Hsnk "I am years to regain' it. Florida..beer with fun with relaxation l I

brains. Actually X would not suppose that Mr Huntlry how so chicken I go to a movie when my ever-lovin' wlft carves An Item recently appeared I"! oar+' :1M.TX!' J :J () I @ goes ,
ever bright and hardworking he may be, will\ get a committee the Thanksgiving turlll" ." In the Jacksonville papers IMTM STATU BREWERS ASSOIATIONINC
I! r..o sot ui IH'ITU
Mla fWIIW4I
of Importance for six, or perhaps ten years.
assignment any
warning all voters that County
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Just south of City Pier John Henry Is loading assorted
These will be the great years of change for Clay County years
gear In his boat that catches crabs shiners, catfish, shrimp - --
in which our growth In terms of population Industrially- { ":"'- --.: 1I
and such. X live John Henry the big hello and tell him I am I
tlon and social progress will in a great measure turn upon
doing a short thing about wild life for fellow Clay Countlans.
our relations with State officials In Tallahassee These will be I
John for his water proof pocket
Henry, reaching
Well
says
years when Louis Huntley will\ need to listen to all the peopleof
book, "I have a license for commercial fishing and salt water I
the County, not Just his political eponsors.If . ,
Is and here Is the receipt for
fishing My boat registered my
if he does not too closely align him.
he does It wisely

self with any state clique and If the Secretary of State motor I The Bank of Green Cove
does not again find himself at loggerheads with the Governor "You don't understand John Henry, what I w.nt0 know Springs

of the Slate Louis Huntley can be a factor In our developmentThe ls _
retirement of John Hall Is the end of an era Since he -
I took office the County has changed almost csUelywnlcally, I I "Tell you what you do. Smltty says John Henry, you tell

from a small Ingrown area to a fut-Irowing, )progressive com that game warden that III be working from here to beacon 21, I ::
munity. I| and he can check: my boat anytime he wants to and he alnt Know Your Bank - -

For those who have regarded John Hall as a demigod It tonne find no bream or bass hid under the thwarts and what's .

should be said again he hu not sold out for a mess of pottage; more, that dill la legal u long as I use them shrimp for baltlO'bye I

he .will be around for quite a.hlle. To his enemies It should Bmlttjf. ',\

further be said be himself did last week what all of them in i I I leave John Henry and head my Thundrnputs back toward ,\
39 yeari have been unable to do. :
'I I the Dug Lot. Passing over Governors Creek, I note this Nathan F. Calrhpole.. a'In President .f the Rank
As the new Industries In the Own Cove area; are IU lifeblood
; as our public office-holders are our public Image, the I 1 dude standing the bank and he U whsm-whammlng away U a native .f Caning. N. Y. Js Jv I

Idea that all the world forms of us; I like\ to think, The Crescent with a pump shotgun at coots. Evveryllnte ho shams a coot t

.Is a small part of the County's conscleive. 'I does a somersault. and becomes a blob of blood and frathersI For moro than two decades prior U moving te Clay
Today .is U good a time as ever existed to forget old ,rle.
vanes; to allow the other follow as Conway CKing told ui, I I Just ahead, a hotrod kid twists hard on the steering leanly ("I Just rraMnt lake .ne mon Upstate NewT

the same degree of forgiveness we allow to ourselves; and to I wheel of the dilapidated piece of Junk he .U driving\ smashing .rk winter.), he .awcUted with the aer..nUng
forget about what we can lay hands on that U not our. We'll I a squirrel that was scampering a1'OU11 road. I II i
all eat and. in the meantime, the aortal slmoapi i ere wall\ be department .f Ingrown Rand C.-. I.InnaU.naIlJ kncwn I' _
immensely more pleasant, I I I reeling a bad need to tarp I coast my beetle Into, Spring
msnvfsrUrrr heavy industry .
I wish to John Hall, in his retirement from public office' Motors where X find two future Jack Rubys shooting air riflesat etalpntnl.Jclnlnf
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many years rich in work, which .U his pleasure, and good health.l I \mockingbirds I feed every day I II the Rank as a teller la ItSt. 1M was named t tj'

'I Dy this time, Inn not only urpy; I'm downright Indignant. P4' I Assistant" Cashier la Itst and a "In Fmld'nl IM, year

l Welcome Mayor Burns Bo I wheel bark to The Crescent. I I 1"1"IIIt,
) f Aa avid fast ef alatrlte cruelties ... .b a r.rm.r
I| "Dun," I say, "if we are ever to participate decently In ( .1)
Mayor llaydtn Burns, of Jacksonville, the lronl-runninl outdoor recreation, two things" must be one The tint of .. president .f the Once Ot u.. and aa elder In the

candidate for Governor, .tll speak in Own Cbvve's Springs" thl'ftthat. the County or the State" is going to have to issue I II N"I" r. C'ATCllrolE Prnhyleelss Cftsirta",
Park at I.JO; o'clock Saturday morning.As ....
UcvnsM to hunt hunter; furthermore w, need a law that says
a longtime Mayor and resident of Jacksonville, Haydon 1'k.< President
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Burns has many friends In the County and la nor conversant I whatever. a man shoot he ......"

with IU problems and aspirations) perhaps than aU the other This mate a cannibal.

.candidates put together.On I : :

of the County's problems for far &too lone, has Wen -- ... --
that Its Une of rommuniraUons with the nabobs In Tallahassee ,

were either crossed or. more frequently' cut BANK 0 GREEN pOVE SPRINGS
U would be leas than a tribute. to one of Honda's lading I f COURTEOUS

men U there were a small and apaUvHM turnout for this LI 00 I
...ftt. H will not redound to the community's credit when the & II

Mayor is Governor Burns If there U anything WM than a NEW AND USED CARS I The County's" Oldest and Bank
large and enthusiastic group of tours on hand on Saturday Largest
morning Spring! Park 1IOo'clock:

ClAY COUNTY CM t-_ VAN NESS BUICK PONTIAC, INC.

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iR."iI. ." ..., ,, Demonstration DayClay
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\ County 4.11 Girl mill work In order to glue a perfect .
a j participate in their Annual demonstration a r County Demonstration Day on I be eure of her material poise

d ,, r 1 ( ): Saturday. March 21. clam, and havve head, hands I I

. t ... On this day, any 4-11 girl In and heart all prrforl'l'l\I together .
.:. the county may come to the .
r 1)Y 1)Yrv 1'.'\ Extenalon Auditorium In the I Many a previous Mh grade
o Courthouse Annex In Oreen 4-11'er has become i\ poised' 1t.

, . 1 i, 1'A; Coy Springs and take part I confident Senior 4-H demon .
utrator Senior girls and boyi
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The first U demonstrations In I
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i project arras Any project area
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Joint Events Pay mill
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health safety
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I Events will i I 1 Include demon*
Public 8iaklnjt U the second i
atratlons judging, tractor
catagory Speeches should be'
ing, public speaking, '
'" from 5 to T minute The lag drlV.1
lamp contest and
group i$ called "Share.the.Fun" i
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! and Is the place for talented
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4-H sirl to perform I

Theent' ,'lIIlut from 9:30:
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I girls should bring lunchei A I The D. P 0, Does mill holda I). R. MATTHEWS
drink mill br providedDemonstration dance this Saturday, March
Day .U more 11. from 9 o'clock until at
i than IUM a chance fo the 4-H tu Elks Imlge Oran Cove. I
girls to iiow off their abllltlei Music will be furnished by
Preparing for and giving Anrellna's Trio Ttckrti be
may
L. II. (Lanny) Lancaster, a member of the County Jack \\llklnion, Clay Hill builnewman I II seeking reelection j
demonstration often calls foi purchased lrollIIl'l1Ibt.J'I or at
Commission from 1958 until 1960, qualified last week to to a fifth term of the County Board of Public In.
research, practice ant hard the door. ,
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run for the position now held by II. E. Moody, Mr. Lancaster traction.. lie has served for the past three term at the t
a native of Rocky Mount N. C., I* the owner and Board chairman. lie U also County boll Conservation I
operator of Oakrldge Garage He came to Green Cove In DUtrict a director of the Farm Bureau the Catllemen'a '
1940 when he was serving In the Marine Corp The 42yearold Association and of the Forest Committee My r riiptula: mill IVIlor Cit i Zl'nlll
veteran .b married to the former trance Klnnear. Cotney Tire Service"

They have four children. I

,- ('". Park X hint: JUcknonvlIUriionn Thank Nd\i for lilY nnmiimlion, without top.

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of World War II and a native qualified to ran for 1M post of justice of the pray for I
C. B. Motley, veteran of trucks
district I, A native of IVrry she hat lived In Green Cove all types quality
DistrictS.
of the County. will run for the County CommlstJon 1 1to
shout a year and a half Hhe U the site of I. l:' KuMelt "
against Commissioner Marvin Green and Ernest: lIal..hfor.Ir .
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Green ( electrical contractorOvsiM
flaky, who made an .nauC'C''ul bid for the Commission
four yean age, I II a graduate of Clay Illih. a Ma..n
and a deacon of the Black Fond Baptist ;

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Paid Political Advertisement I COUNTY PTA COUNCILTO Senior Class Party

ELECT

CATECHISE CANDIDATES _
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Candidate for superintendent of Public Instruction I h
and for the School Board are to appear before a meetingof 1r
the County Council of the PTA at t o'clock next Wednesday '"a o
evening In the Mlddleburg Elementary School
Mrs L. A. Blnns, president of the Council, said "another,
meeting with political candidates ha been tentatively
scheduled for April 22 In Oreen Cove. At that time', candidates
for the Board of County Commissioner will bo asked
+ A to express: their views on the Count,'* school system
The public Is Invited to attend the Mlddleburg meeting


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D. Duck, principal, of the William 8th Orade-: Bobby 1 1Banett .;,n;
Oreen Cove Sprints Junior Donald Brown Carol

ERNEST HATCIIEU High I School announces the Craig, Jeff Daniel, Frank I ,. .,
honor roll for the end of the Oassmann, Anna Hunt, Sharon + ;rq"g4'ai

COUNTY COMMISSIONS fourth six week period. McCormick, straight A's) I II
District) No. 3 AX
Rhonda Revels Nancy Sir I
"While our students at the I I A
in announcing my candidacy, for County Commit* Oreen Cove Spring Junl)r mons. I
stoner for District No. I, I would like to toy that I am a High School follow the same --I II,
lifelong resident of Clay County, and of Dlitrlcl I.
general curriculum, they pursue MR. A MRS. BO Am RIGHT
I have operated my own timber and garage builneas
for many years I have hail approximately 10 years' eperienee their I studies In appropriate TO CELEBRATE 50th I t 1r
In the County road system. My experience Inroad ability-level groups, The following ANNIVERSARY
work gives me a first hand knowledge of many of student have achieved 1 Mr and Mrs George TBoatwright II { ,
the problems we are faced with, In this area. v1 v
honor roll status In their reipectlve will celebrate their k +
When elected I will at all times, be available to hear I
groups" 7th Orade: golden wedding anniversary at
and dliruts problems concerning the welfare of the
people of the County. Ann Arrant, Josephine Bryant an Open House, on Sunday, ,
Tour active aupport and vote on May 5 will be ap Linda Sue Cole, Barry Oemelll, March 22nd, between the hour The senior class of Clay High School was given 9. senior Mrs. Mary Kelsey and Mrs. Geneva Leo Christie Revel, Lester The fathers Rowe, who and
last Friday evening at the V. I. A. by their parent served as chaperones were
preciated. Debbie Hamel, oft and 5 o'clock, at the home party .
Halllgan Patti
I Jean and sponsors. Pictured above from left to right (top) Vickie Harry Kelsey.Bottom left Mike Maguire and Jo Llniley
Ernest Hatcher Karen Harris Sherry Ingle ofMr. and Mrs. William H Christie, Mrs. Louise Christie, Mrs Nancy Rowe and Leslie voted by their classmates as the "most popular," watch
Chris Mllberger, Patsy Paterson Reed, Ferris and Cypress. Rowe. Mrs. Row and Mrs. Christie have served ai class the festivities Center Ronnie Todd surveys the scene a s
Sarah Perez, Rickey Robertson. I, streets, Oreen Cove. mothers for It years and have helped this class In their Roger DeWitt dances with Betsy Groner. Right: Donnt
Mrs. Rowe and Mrs. Christie t. Revels and Wane Henderson, "Mr. and Miss Senior," aN
Debbie Sloan, Brenda All friend are Invited to attend many projects Assisting
SMALL ADS BRING BIG RESULTS make this party a success were Mrs. Phyllis DeWitt, Mrs. caught by the eamera.
Thomas, Michael Walters, Mike
I NIU Maguire, Mrs. Doris Henderson. Mrs. Dorothy Harris.
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MARCH 21 1964 CLAY HILL SCHOOLFried
"I 1 I 11 1 Arthur Rivers (far left) alta with loldf'd"non, left and Bonnie Bryan,tight, at IN
Chicken Dinner Sponsored by Clay Hill I'.T.A. hand as basketball liar, Danny Parker and Senior party last Friday
Stanley toy, football player, entertain MaryREPUBLICANS

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MARCH 28 1964 MIDDLEBURG SCHOOL
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}fried Chicken Dinner . Spon or\'l( by :Mlddleburg P.TA I '
nUll Middlebnrg( Civic Club I UP AND AT'EMThe

Clay County Republican i registration throughout the Sunday night In Green j
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executive committee met last County a* a contribution to the 'to lay plans for a persural
APRIL 4,1964 PENNEY FARMS SCHOOL w e e k wit I h Republican Congressman continued growth of the tact with each voter \to
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William\ Cramer of party system In the uth.lIarold t.Wo-l the progress now
Hum Dinner 1 Sponsored I by Penney Farms PTA. Plnrllaa County Plans were Hill Count by the Republican Party
formulated to step up voter man met with his committee" to. request voter support
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APRIL 11,1964 i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BEACH
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WATC( FOB WAXI( J) WATCH FOU (WAND f)
fried Steak Dinner St. William's
(Country - Sponsored by
<)HMNINU: I ( OI'FNIN'OBUD'S : I }
Catholic Club



APRIL 18 1964 DOCTOR'S' INLET SCHOOL
I" 1 I I 1 1 GATEsevke

llnm Dinner . Snnck Wnion! Hamburger, & Hot Dog!,
Soft Drink

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APRIL 25 1964 ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL PONYTO
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l"'I-ht'41'U'tl' L Chicken! \ Dinner - Sponored! by Orange Park; ".) I
: ... Hoo"ter'i Club 4 BE GIVEN AWAY

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MAY 2,1964 GREEN COVE SPRINGS HIGH rile amiNOTHIXO aaddlr& )
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SCHOOL STADIUMChicken COME) : IIY AND I REGISTER:

Pilate Dinner at High School Cafeteria Sponsored NOW 1

by Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star
BIG DRAWING SATURDAY MARCH 28AT

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600 At Chowenwaw I CLAY HOSPITAL I School Committee Boys Will Be GirlsBy


BDWllJ$
r 1 i fI t rlIhl I AUXILIARY ATTEND Plans Three Meetings Anne Loftln

i !! I The Rainbow Girls ot Green chose Don Fullerton as hisbest
I DISTRICT MEET
. 2, How do you feel about re- Cove presented the ptrennlel man. i
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Won
Candidate for Superintendent
womanless wedding of Georgian
, The Northeast District MeetIng of Public Instruction and I evaluation and reassessment Carlisle to J C. Harper The bride wore a white dressof Untouchables . . 87 47

Ihl f'd! III, of the Association of FlorIda to meet the growing! pure muslin. Imported from Professors . . . (7 47
i for School Board will be
the The lovely bride givenIn
was
HosplUl Auxiliaries was needs of the schools Deigns sheet department Magnolia . . . 1181' 47 Vi
held March 17, In OalnesviUe I asked to appear at three meetings marriage by her father. Jennings -I The jewelry was a gift of the '!I Driven . . . . 54 BO

at the J. Hillis Miller Health to be sponsored by the 3.Do :you favor paying members Murrhee. Organist for groom exported from W T 1 I Jokers . . . . . . 82 62

Center. Hostesses were Auxiliaries : I Citizens School Committee. of the School Board the evening was Llber-IIoochlo Grant Company Each bride I I Kingfisher . . . 80) 84

Q ip of the University of Flor-1 (200: a month as they are Mlncher Ushers wen. E. D. should have something old (Balls . . . . . 47 87

Ida Teaching Hospital and the II ,i At a meeting Monday evenIng presently! paid or would McCall and L. R Row new, borrowed and blue Oeorgtana I Champions . . . 4244 6134
In Oreen members The wedding guwls were: not being able to
Alachua General Hospital Cove find I
With 2 weeks left the
I I you favor paying them Mert Stump, mother of the just
Clay Memorial Hospital Aux. of the Committee went on record anything old decided to take Untouchables and Professors
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$.0 a meeting plus mileage groom; William\ Amason father her dear Old I
llary well Granny
was represented with
as favoring a re-evaluation of the Nervte Robinson .Lotun'j. are tied for first Jim McCul-
groom;
Her beautiful .
the following member attend-1 I Jewelry '
I bough !rolled a high of 120 on
and reassessment of all real aunt of the bride and Gladdpoui -
Ing Loretta: Mesdamea Shasteen Gladys PhlUlP8'1 I|I property In the County aa a 4. \Wh. do you think about Cronaley, mother of the ged new not Item borrowed Her shoes She.' brl.1 game of 179. 217 and 224.

vital necessity for the future the present currlculm as bride. This also set a new record for
Ie)'. Ann Mores Charles Helm, beautiful blue sash This was
offered In the County's the Other good single
requirement of the County The bride chose threw of the season
1J Bobbye Underwood and Elva *( a beautiful and never to be I
J public school systemsA schools and what are your lovltest girls In town for bridesmaid game were turned In by Loci
Lee. iMr feelings on the subject ofvor.Uonal forgotten ceremonyBefore Judy with 230, 210 by AlIve '
I *. They ..were Alice Buttle, )i a )
I Duane HouU. Asst Dl- meeting comparable to
t.ra1nJna'a. Dolly Delp and Rivrrla Rivers the ceremony many and Sandy Spearman and Lew
PHOTO n Cm KOlA rector, Uni! of Fla Teaching the three planned meetings Blanche Fountain, maid of of the friends of the bridal I Lougk with 208'1. Eleanor Yel-
Hospital and Clinic gave avery with school candidates has already -. What la :your feeling aa tothe )I
Approximately lot youngster . VT and girl' . I Interesting and Inform- .1 shortage o f schoolrooms honor looked lovely In her pi,. I family shared thrl.- talents I ton's 480 wan high for the
] been scheduled for I
spent last weekend at Camp Chowenwaw, the Gateway prevailing In tails and dress of pint. : with the audience One of the women
alive talk "IU Role In the o'clock next Wednesday evening now
Girl Scent Council's recreation center OD Black Creek just I II the County? I The cute little ring. .bearer groups wait the 'Lemon Sisters"
Florida
Community"Mrs In the Mlddltburg Elementary -
north at Green Con The camp cares for the camping activities I was Victoria Ashley. and I'm Maple Jane Lancaster,
at an the Girl Scents within a 15-eounty area Shown 8 8. Ballard Director.,, It will be sponsored by 6 Would you favor holding sure no one will ever forget Jewel' Ktnner Lazy Mae Bland

above are fear !senior ocoaU enjoying the warmth of an open I Introduced State HoslpUl Aux the County PTA Council.A ALL public meetlwk of the the cute little flower girl Alexandtrla and Rosa lie Glvens Mri CLAY Phone Ml.1711Mondnjp

fin In one of the camp's big cabins. They are front L t* r.i President. Mrs E J. Melnlker I spokesman for the Committee Board of Public Instruction Pupkln who wai only Ragtime I I iEleanor) McCall

Koxanne Flesett and Pat Lamb. la the back row, L to r.t of Miami her topic Are :you pointed out that whereas and. further would you all The ceremony was performed I danced the Charleston The thru Friday Too

Christine DeLettro and Jane Barling an IS yean old. and 'I Ready for the Question". She 21 per cent of the CountJ'llando..ners favor advertising such: by the Reverend Wll- I "MounUln-l hew*et. of Donna Shawn orb trmlngT
stressed that we should be well and Milk< Fullerton also A 9
all *f Jacksonville. now pap all the meetings sufficiently advance I performed p m.
I prepared to answer any quea-1 I taxes, a reassessment would so that parents and cox.The groom, J. C. Harper directly, Rat e. A Sun. Continuum
tlon and to answer I Iv Intelli very materially broaden the might attend these meetIng - - -- I"rom 2 'r.m.
Paid Political Advertisement gently. Stated how Important
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base of those now taxed and New
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hon ; would not place undue :
any Effective
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n stated all material sent out i
And1m. .r i I burden on any taxpayer while MtmtlA GLFNNANDOM
rd.. i from now on would be stamped, SUPERRAINBOW ||.
The Southeastern Conference raising the total collected.: IT AGAIN (Madrnta' . ? |(.

, Service through Education | Copies of the With Student Card.Children
,.tehii resolution will Mellnda Olennan of Green .
of the Hospital Auxiliaries will be forwarded to members of 1St
Cove has been placed on the
inn' u be held In Jacksonville this the Board of County Com - -
ant 4 .r7 honor roll for the fourth six V Wed. Then. t Fri.
&m year, April through May 1st mlsilonera and to the County
Anyone Interested In atend- Tax Assessor weeks of classes at llowey Academy Mar. II. II A It

Ing this conference Dr Till: CONDEMNED
please con- C. A Vaughn Jr.
tad Mr Gladys Phillip. 2141142 The Committee promulgateda of ALTONA
Academy headmaster announced
series of six questions which U starting
will be put to candidates for this week To attain Sophia l.or.nHal.

I the School Board They ant; the honor roll distinction a INTIKNATIONAL MIStRAL'\ (lirMICAI.' CORF.

JACKSON-RIrrY j'j'I 1. How do you feel about a student mutt maintain an - Fhono. -JtraMnttlU-ass.I"--. 1i 1--i lice tlrftCAFE

Miss Paula Jackson, daughter consolidation of the, oYfralllYfrare of (5 or above. I I FROM II
County
I I BAIT' linn I'll
II I of Mrs L. E. Hallcroft. of 1 She la the daughter of Dr and
a schools T starring'
I Green Cove was married to f Mr*. T Luke Olennan 1 HVirn Ton Vffd' Don Murray
. .. I
Allen Rlppy on Monday. The - -
and
;ceremony was performed at the I ,
+r : "n r.,4 "UFA TO CALAIS
Black Creek Missionary Baptist :

I Church The Rev Jack Hall, HERE 'THEY ARE MONEYTUnH Rod tarring TayleeResMsn 1

minister officiated tI | _
The bride, a natlvt of Hart* t -M-MBMMBM
ford COWL, la a daughter of Slate Senior . .. . .. ? Charle C John ( W\ UHt \ A Taos
I I Mar. M, II, tt
the laU Ted Jac kson ot
r1,7 \ I..te Repn.entative Louis' .. Huntley TO KILL A
bosom
Wayne W Va. She was graduated quIck-conlldentUt up
E. F. Clauaon Republican) I MOCKINOIIHtDsUrrtaf '
C. B. MOSLEY at Clay Hlih School ." to 100. raH Sisal for On 8a pDAn ... .
I last spring County. lodge . .. . . Thomas. RJversO I d.nicetALLIANCE flr. Pool ..,
|ory 'WIlt
COUNTY COMMISSIONER The bridegroom who was educated : TAIJIOTT, MOl
Clerk halt Coertberirf . . >orjo L, CariUle -*-
District No. 3 In his native Tennessee William E. Webb Orange. Wed, Tim. A Fri.
.'I I 11 employed b y Bartholf of !IVk Mar II. ... A IT

I have announced my candidacy to ran for CoantrComnlsaloner Dairy . . . . . . . Jennings Murrho 11(4 IIIWAY IT KINO or TIIK' : SUN
, tilt from District 2. 1 8. D BaundertMn .
rhaMeI i Ones Coo til ll.l Or.... Fatli .(..(.(( starring
native of and prcvtoaaly
I am a Clay Coanty raa Tel l Hrynnro
for this office In IM. I am a gradoale of Clay High DOCTORS ISLET CIVICLFAGCE I Tnr .. . . . . . LruUe. Smith
PLANS, DINNERMARCH
I
School. I am Wit! employed, a Mason, a deacon of th
Ionl I St. Tax ColtoUr . . . ? K. Wayne OelgerJeaae '
Block Fond Baptist, Chairh. I !served In the Army during

World War II. Doctors Inlet Civic League 'I Rip of Subsets. . P. TyneaM
I am Intonated In helping la the Industrial growth will hold a Steak or Chicken . Calvin WllcoxSapmlMr \
of Clay County and feel as a County Commtolontr I and Dumpling dinner this Bun !

can beat !serve the Interests of the people.' day March 22. form 1 until of .....,.U.n L. C WllaonLuther
Tour vote for mo will be appreciated.RIVERVIEW < o'clock. Adults 1133 and I

Co' children under 22. 7$ e.nta.I' County ('-.......
) (0'upla
'al Plan to cornel I I What's so surprising about Oldsmobile's Jetstar Bat?

(I L .. . .. .. . . . Wilson
ma'
I Till'RCII! NOTIf Everett: W. hey I
t, ort : I I Jack DayMarvin .


I eIlR'.n" CIENC i I trial I. . . . . . . Green 1
OCIfTYOr Ernest II..ltwr

r Ile+Mto ... C. B. Motley I
I D) I'
,V." Mft fa Av-. Il.t./. . . II. E. Mood
t CRrrv" ro" aat sri1Yilh1AIRIlr1 L. II. anrastr

John GoodwinJ 1

IlrrM"' to.... p..n4ay
I IT
Ie.. II a m. ..... B.udifist. I

to attend aS.bfedl .. 2. . . . J Glenn Air) d

Sidney f. Puma

MAMA L. A. Kelky. Jr. I

Plank It IN4 Del .. . . Jock WUklnaonLMNI T

RESTAURANT A cordial Invitation II "t.fndfoc1l A. BasWyMr _

Highway. 17 N. at BIN k Creek *. Vlrkl' WeigelHerWrt ____
T
VTo win CaUr To FartWo 11 or ...,. With n..4 of Poole HAT MAHCIT21 CeeMawtList.

AT DlBUSINRSS'Orxr FBICU

L . . . . ... . II.m.) .,
ilKN"S LUNCH R\1MGE\, R. R. Brook*

I Coed
O IngttW.4
(Served 11:00: AAI-to-2M PJU BCOWS I $ All. At Jea50 nn'-' i V /111! pric ...lower that 30 models with low.price names!

(Monday thns. Friday Ko4 To rsed 1I.Jt VIA PATIOBT I tain W, pant t
H I

Ire Apprtftalt Your R..s.ess HARD CBFXK DM.1.DM. ,. ... .II. . Carl EL MoakyKflvwUi I [Its Sil'. .. a bif-car 123-inch wheelbase!

('OiO1t fTT +I w. FUhcrDVk
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L. .. .. . . L 1'rdsNl I
.... Ktrnw: L Mosley I -Its Fertorma .. .zeiticr 330-cu/in Jetfire Rocket V-8!

JI Mutes Joker t

CANARY INN DM. (. . ... ...... KkhardHam4 llrne+rytras I e Simtioul prfmuftci/ ,far frirjty tmr iVttifli!
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PEn 4aMI>. W law F .*.lDM. I II I wains.M .. WHIRl IHI ACI/ON 11/

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L CMlJ.yL

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Sunday Mar.! 22nd iceeN see a ss a Yree hale... NIl yne "rst.eaaler Mae 'Ot/I otN &,,','-
Fraa M. Ilorn1.51trb4. "" "

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I Under New Management L ? Jskm, C1uaa.1ees4. l tua. I ROBERTS CHEVROLET


- I Jde% _J Uteo Co.r I. T. Wortoai
II I I Orange and Park Green Cove SprinCIN1 hI

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yO vt OHay! County Crescent THURSDAY MARCH to, J



Paid Political Adverttsement I Senior Class Party

ELECT COUNTY PTA COUNCILTO I


CATECHISE CANDIDATES


Candidates for superintendent of Public Instruction I M f y tl
and for the School Board are to appear before a meeting .
of the County Council of the PTA at 8 o'clock nest Wednesday Idi t' iM
f. evening In the Mlddlebnrg Elementary School.
Mrs L. A Blnns, president of the Council said another
meeting with political candidates has been tentatively I
o scheduled for April 22 In Green Cove. At that time candidates
I
,rm for the Board of County Commissioners will bo askedto
express their views on the County's school system
The public U invited to attend the Mlddleburg meeting



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JR HIGH HONOR ROLL 1 Ir d
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A. D. Duck, principal of the Williams 8th Orade: Bobby ',

Oreen Core Sprints Junior Baggett Donald Brown Carol

ERNEST HATCHER High School announces the Craig Jeff Daniels, Prank I

honor roll for the end of the Oassmann.nna Hunt, Sharon '
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict I :
fourth six weeks period McCormick, straight A's) I
vy
.I'n
1 No. 3 Rhonda Revels Nancy Sir.
"While our students at the

In announcing my candidacy, for County Commlstlonrr Oreen Cove Sprint!: Junltf morn i
for District No. 1. I would like to My that I am t High School follow the! same iI
lifelong resident of Clay County, and of District 7. I'
general curriculum they pursue MR. '* MRS BOATU RIGHT
I have operated my own Umber and gusto business
for many years I hare had approilmately l 10 years' e.- their I studies in appropriate TO CELEBRATE Both '
perlenre In the County road system. My experience la ability-level groups The following ANNIVERSARY :

road work gives me a first hand knowledge of many .f( students have achieved Mr and Mrs George T. ,
the problems we are faced with In this area. Boatwrlght will celebrate *
honor roll status In their respective their
When elected I will at all times be available to hear ,
rGupa.." 7th Orade: golden wedding anniversary at I I
and 4l cua problems concerning the welfare of tin
people of the County. Ann Arrants, Josephine Bryant an Open House, on Sunday,
Tour active support and vote on May 5 will be ap- Linda Sue Cole Barry Oemelll. March 22nd between the hours I The senior class of Clay High School was given a senior Mrs Mary Kelsey and Mrs. Geneva Reveli. The fathers, who
predated. party last Friday evening at the V, I. A. by their parents served at chaperones were Leo Christie, Lester Rowe and
Debbie Hamel oft and 5 o'clock at the home ,
Jean Halllgan.
Ernest HatcherSMALL I and iponiors. Pictured above from left to right top) Virile Harry Kelte,.Bottom left Mike Maguire and Patti Jo LlniIry
Karen Harris Sherry Ingle ofMr and Mrs William H Chriitle Mrs. Louise Chrlitle, Mrs Nancy Rowe and Leslie voted by their elaumates as the "mott popular," watch:
Chrla Mllberger Patsy Pater. Reed, Ferris and Cypress Rowe. !Mrs. Rowe and Mrs. Christie have served at chaos the festivities. Center Ronnie Todd surveys the scene at

son. Sarah Perez hickey Robertson streets, Oreen Cove mothers for II years and have helped this class In their Roger DeWItt dances with Betsy Groner. Right! Donna
project, Assisting Mrs. Rowe and Mrs Chriitle U Revels and Wayne Henderson, "Mr. and Miss Senior," an
many
Debbie Sloan Brenda All friends are Invited to attend
ADS BRING BIG RESULTS make this party a success were Mrs. Phyllis DeWItt Mrs. caught by the camera.
Thomas Michael Walters, Mike
Nile Maguire, Mrs. Doris Henderson Mrs. Dorothy Harris,
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, OFFICIAL RALLIES



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AArthur
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MARCH 21,1964 CLAY HILL SCHOOLFried
I I I I I I I I t
light at tb
Rivers (far left) alls with loldedrrnon..left and Bonnie Bryan
Chiclen Dinner Sponsored' by Clay Hill P.T.A. hand a* basketball star Danny Parker and Senior party last Friday

Stanley toy, football player, tnl.talnIa"!

(Staff photos by Gene Koul)
MARCH 28 1964 MIDDLEBURG SCHOOL
I. g t t 0 1 I. -- - -- -

fried Chicken Dinner Sponsored by Middleburg$ P.TA.
and Middleburg( Civic Club REPUBLICANS UP AND AT'EMThe '

Clay County Republican registration throughout the Sunday night in Oreen Co
executive committee met lat I I County as a contribution to the to lay plans for a personal co:
APRIL 4 1964 PENNEY FARMS SCHOOL week with 1 Republican Con. I continued growth of the t..otact with each voter tn expla
I g I g g I I g t I
crewman William Cramer of party system in the south. the progress now being ma
limn Dinner Sponsored by Penney Farms PTA. Pinches County Plans were Harold Hill Count chair- by the Republican Party r

I formulated to step up voter man met with his committee I to request voter support __,
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APRIL 11 1964 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BEACH
t. g g t I g g t
. \VATC( FOH()I: (JHANI U) WATCH FOU (1HANM
Country fried Steak Dinner Sponsored by St William'sCntliolic
Club I OPKXIXO) : ()P :SISOBUD'S




APRIL 18 1964 DOCTOR'S' INLET SCHOOLI
g 0 g t I I I l g GATE5e'vke

I( Dinner . Snack Wagon/ Hamburger, & Hot Dogs,

Soft Drinks)

'I S|><>iiorod. by Inlet PT.nntl Volunteer Fire Departj stationPONY

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'': APRIL 25 1964 ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL .
r !"Ifi I 1 II I' I I I S I S S ,j I

11I\1''l'H'\' \ Chicken Dinner Sponsored 1 by Orange Park ....'e4 :fen

.. Hoonter'a Club 'I' 4 TO BE GIVEN AWAY

f, 'ear-old 'trained bridle
> ( ) with

ami t a* MAY 2,1964 GREEN COVE SPRINGS HIGH .
10 I I 1 g S I' '
( J TO HTY Jl&TCOMB

SCHOOL STADIUMChicken : BY AND HBGISTBII:

Pilau Dinner at High School Cafeteria . Sponioredby NOW '1

Chapter 45, Order of astern Star
BIG DRAWING SATURDAY MARCH 28AT

I OtXOCK IN nil nnt o


moo mnwy with Gale aUms.. OH Gate Uata,. east k or gas r*-
Time of All Dinners 4:30: To 7:00: m.
p. ..*...t.t> vftk al ,.., ,...... sad ...., eel psnha.e a alnxtUIDA'S

UlU\J T.-T: STAMP PLAN


Bud's Gate Service Station



All Speaking Will Start At 7:00: p. m "Xansif BCD .KCTfOT To atilt ..laxl.psweu1ri.S.re".


Oran Ave, al C**., O.... Cow FA.se U4 MM
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M4 (Hay( Cuuntji THCRSDAT MARCH 1/. IMI



600 At Chowenwaw CLAY HOSPITAL I School Committee Boys Will Be Girls I II I BDvaJ


AUXILIARY ATTEND By Anne Leftlit
r Plans Three Meetings
ri i I The Rainbow Girls of Green chose Don Fullerton as his
:
DISTRICT MEETThe I Cove presented the perennlel best
man
, 3.How do you feel about | Won Lost
. Candidates for Supertnten'I|'1'I evaluation and 'rt.1 womsnless wedding of Oeorgl- The bride wore a white dressof Untouchables . . 57 4TProttl8Ol"1
. Northeast District Meet aim Carlisle to J. C. Harper.
dent of Public
of ment to meet the growing I pure muslin, Imported from . . . 67 47
lag of the Association: Floe
I, for the School Board will be The lovely' bride was givenIn Oelger's sheet department Magnolia . . . 58 H 47 tt
Ida Hospital Auxiliaries was needs of the schools' ?
held March 17, In Gainesville asked to appear at three meetings marriage by her father Jennings I The Jewelry was a gift of the I Drivers . . . . 54 50

at the J. Hillis Miller Health to be sponsored by the 3.Do you favor paying members Murrhee. Organist for groom exported from W. T I Jokers . . . . . . 53 63
I the evening was Uber-Hoochle Grant Company Each bride 54
of the School Board Kingflshend
Center. Hostesses were Auxll Chimers School Committee. .
Mlncher. Ushers were E. D.MrCall should have something old I l-Balla . . . . . .47 67
of Florid
of the
lartes University I 1200 a month as they art
I Teaching Hospital and the At a meeting Monday evenIng and L. R. Rowe.The new, borrowed and blue Oeorglana Champion . . . 43H 61i
presently paid or would
wedding gums were:
Alachua General Hospital.Clay in Oreen Cove members not being able to find With just 2 weeks left the
I AuxI I I you favor paying them Mert Stump, mother of the 1 anything old decided to take
Memorial Hospital of the Committee: went on record Untouchables and Professors
I $10 a meeting plus mileage groom; William Amason. fatherof her dear Old Granny Loftin.
tied for first Jim McCul-
lUry west well represented with re-evaluation are
as favoring a the Nervle Robinson,
? groom; ,
the following members attending i I I Her beautiful jewelry was her lough rolled a high of 830 onlimN
and reassessment of all realproperty aunt of the bride, and Glad-
Item. Her shoes beg
new were
; Meadamea. Gladys Phillips.Loretta I 4. Wlut; do you think about of 170. 317, and 324.
of the
deous Crossley, mothei
In the County a* a borrowed. I
ged not She
wore a
Shasteen, Pansy Qulq I I|' vital necessity for the future the present currlculm as bride. I This also set a new record for
beautiful blue
Ie,. Ann Mom Charles Helm offered In the Count,', of thelovliest sssh. This was the season Other good single
requirement of the County The bride chose three beautiful be''I
and to
Underwood and Elva ,i a never turned In by fuel
Bobbye were
1 schools and what are your games
bridesmaids.
public school systems girls In town for
Lee. forirotten ceremony. | Judy with a 220, 210 by AI Ivey
II feelings on the subject of They' were, Alice Statue, I
I Mr. Duane Houti Ass t. Director I I A meeting comparable to vocational training Dolly Delp and Wverla Rivers Before the ceremony manyof and Sandy Spearman and Law
Unl. of Fla. Teaching the three Lougks with 200's. Eleanor Yel-
PuorSt 6nt Kou planned meetings Blanche Fountain maid of the friends ofhc bridal )i
Hospital and Clinic. gave avery '' with school candidates has already 5 What U your feeling as to her family shared the!,' talents ton's 400 wah high for the
looked In ,
honor, lovely pigtails
Approximately tot ysnngtters . lays and pit . i I Interesting and Inform. I been scheduled for I the shortage of schoolrooms and dress of pin\ with the audience One of the I women.

spent last week-end at Camp Chewenwaw. the Gateway alive talk "Its Role In the o'clock next Wednesday evening now prevailing In The cute little rh.sbearerwas groups wans the "Lemon Sis
Girl Stout Council's recreation center on Black Creek fast Florida : In the County"?
I Community. the Mlddleburg Elemen I Victoria Ashley, and I'm.. ters" Maple Jane Lancaster,
Berth ef Creen Cove.: The amp cares for the escaping activities tary. It will be sponsored by' Jewel Klnner Lasy Mae Bland
Mrs. 8 S. Ballard Director t Would you favor holding sure no one will ever forget
of all the Girl Seoul within a 15-eoonty area. Shown the County PTA Council.A and ROM Far Olveiu. Mrs, I ClAY Phone MI-ITU
warmth I I Introduced State Hoslptal Aux. ALL public meeting of the the cute little flower girl, Alexanderla .
above are fear senior scouts enjoying the an open i
President Mr. E. J. Melnlkcr j Board of Public Instruction Pupkln mho was only' Ragtime MrCaIld.nrt'd
fire In 'De ef the camp's big cabins. They are front L U M spokesman for the Committee I Monday thru Friday Till'
the Charleston The
of Miami her topic. "Are you .
and further would you six The
Roxanne Mckett and Fat Lamb... the back row, L to rat I I pointed out that whereas tl'rrmol11'I' performed Shows each (
Ready for the Question". She "Mountstn-f ew-ette of Donna .eessgApm.
such WU-
favor advertising the Reverend
eld. and as cent of the County'slandowner by ,
15
sU per
Christine DtLettre and Jane Darting. yean
I I[stressed that we should be well meetings sufficiently advance cox. and Mark Fullerton also per T .
all the
now
all ef Jaekwndyle.Pald pay i
ftsl. A /Sun Continuous
prepared to answer Harper' formed directly
any question and
taxes, a reassessment would so that parents The groom, J. C.
': and to answer U Intelligently. very materially broaden the might attend these meet. -- --- --- -- .---- --- From 1pm.New .

Political Advertisement Stated how Important I base of those now taxed and Ings.MI.LINDA. Admission. Frloos
I
+ education U these day and' Effective: IH4Adslts
March
would not place any undue I.
who I .e stated all material sent out I I
I Iv I burden on any taxpayer, while : GLENNAN SUPER I We
and from now on would be stamped. Students . .
lie
Jnil raising the total collected. DOES! IT AGAIN
The Southeastern Conference With Stsdenl Card
(
itch I Ie "Service through Education. I, Copies of the resolution will Mellnda Olennan of Green RAINBOW Children . lyeWed"

, lanano of the Hospital Auxiliaries will be forwarded to members of Cove has been placed on the -
| be held In Jacksonville this the Board of County Com
Thin. A Tel
honor roll for the fourth six
' art' 29 1st. missioners and to the
year. April through May County Mar II. II .A tlTHE
Anyone Interested In stend- Tax Assessor. weeks of classes at Howey Academy CONDEMNED I

Dr. C A. Vaughn Jr.,
Ing this conference please eon. ,
.f ALTONA
The Committee promulgateda
tact Mr*. Gladys Phillips, 2841143. Academy headmaster an.
tVii series of six questions 'which sUrrlng
will be put to candidates for flounced this week. To attain Rophla torero I
f, 1\1I\iI'RAL":' CIII.MICAL: CORF. ..MWMMM4I.
WMMMM
the School Board. They' are; the honor roll distinction a INTFRNATIONAL
JACKSON.RIFFT Phone Jaektonvlllo ISS-UII liar\ II
maintain
student must an
I 1. How do you feel about a T -- -- - EACArC: FROM
Miss Paula Jackson dsugh- overall average of .19 or above
"
consolidation of Uw County EAST RERUNobrring
ter of Mrs. L. E. Hallcroft. of '. She U the daughter of Dr. and \ I
schools' ? 11'1f', You NUll
Oreen Cove, was married to I Mrs T Luke Olennan. Don Murray
.
Allen Rlppy on Monday. The ---- -- -- --- s I I and

ceremony was performed at the I Hf.VF.N: UTAH: TO CALAIS

Black Creek Missionary Baptist I! starring \
Church. The Rev. Jack Hall HERE THEY ARE MONEYTIIINI Rod Ta'UI .. I

minister, officiated. I I -*-
.
The bride, a native of Hart \I sin. Men.. .* T....
::1fL1 ford. Conn., ls. a daughter of Sob Senator . . . . Charley R.: Johns ? { OPUHIquldr.eonfldential i Mar. $1. tl, 14

I the late Ted Jaqlcson.' of .ta.. RfBTternUtlveCosnly Louis L. lluntley loans upI TO RILL Aflreger
Wayne W. Va. She was graduated MOCK I'iO'UltOllarrf. !'
E. F. Clauoen ( )
C. B. MOSLEY at Clay High School: Republican I to !*W, e.U tint let One Mop ..

last spring. ledge . . . . . Thomas J. Rivers I IrnlcoelALLIANC'i ) ....,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER The bridegroom who was ed.1 I DAVE TAI.HOTT. Moa -*-
Clerk, drf-all Cart . George ... Carlisle LOAN CO. .
1 tinted In his native Tennessee Wed* Thsn. FrM
LAattb District No. 3 I Is employed b y Bartholfg William E. Webb of Orarw PArk ,. II. i.. .A ITRINtlM

I have announced my candidacy U nn for CosntyCemnuMloner Dairy, ,I Sheriff . . . . . . . Jennings MurrheeB nit IIIWAr UFhonesl or THE: if?

from District i. I D. Sounders Green Too II4-W4 Orange Pal ........ UrrlHf

I am a native .f Clay County, and prtvtMtly ran DOCTORS INLET CIVIC . Tsl Rrynoon
Tax Assessor .. . Mrs. Louise Smith -
fr this offlee .In 1MI. I sm a graduate of Clay High LEAGUE FLANS DINNER

fkbooL I am self employed a M..... a deaeesi ef the MARCH It. I Tax Collector . . .. . E. Wayne Oelger
Kou) Black Fond Baptist Cbirth. I served In the Army during I

World War ILI Doctors\. Inlet Chic League Rapt of Schools . Jesse P. Tynes
am Interested In helping In the Indastrlal growth mill bold a Steak or Chicken M. Calvin Wilcox'
ef Clay Cosinly, and feel ss a ('....t, CommlMlonrr I and Dumpling dinner this Sunday
can I bush serve the InlemU of the people.Year . March 33. form I until ........., ef Registration L. E. Wilson
vote for mo will be sppmisled.' 1 o'clock, Multi HIS and

.>en Coral co'expla: Plan children to comet under I 12. 75 emtl. I>I Cevntr ('.....,....... i O What's so surprising about Oldsmobile's Jetstar 881?

> 1: IMii. L . . ...' . . . Luther Wilson

igny ma Clll'RCII !NOTICE' : Everett: W. Irey
, al: Jack DayMarvin

,ort I
I ClIR''T'' .nrscEocirrr 1)101.11. . . . . . . Green
Ernest HsUlwr I

('.r. r: IU".<.i ... 4ry. C. n. Mushy I

:;n Y !' MM+*"* *... "-. I.nut . II. E.: Moody J
M.RIVERVIEW. GRIT*'* mv: _FRi>n* L. II. Unra4
it.e1RID1Mr. John Goodwini. ___

...- A.1,1 P.ry1s,

It II a m. ..... Rwrdt I __

to attend tf --seit i. . . . .. J. Olenn AllredStdrey _
.4i F. BurrlsU 'Ltti J., ..Hr J

- -. MATTERHsrtli A. Ketky" Jr. I

St. IMI Dtoi. .. . . , Jw''tIIIIWI
RESTAURANT A eordial Invitation to eitetd.d8AT.MARCU Lon A. BesWyUn.

Vtrkie Wri.,l lDU.
Itlghwsy 17 N. al Sloth Creek

We win Cater To Partite II se more H14h F1s.*4 of Food 21 ('........,

AT Disconrr PRICE .. I. . . . .. . HerWrt" II. IWnlUyR.
BUSINESS (nS'R LUNCH RBUMGEREOIX8\ \\ R sVeoasrCe

Semd 11:00: AU-to-300 Pith I N AM. At I I .Jaaioe a 0 KnvwW Ingle 1V Iurice! .. .lower' than 30 models with low-price names!

(Monday tkre. Friday Net To lt..4We 'UI, VIA PATIO Eugene W, Oejttl
.1

ArtcMlt Yor I -*BYWARD rRFrKCOMMrNITT I II DM. t. . . . .... . Carl E. Mandy its size. . a biz-car 123-inch wheelbase!
Dill'I I Keno h w. n.lerDial.

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CANARY INN 141. .. . ... ....... Q.IUrhw4 E. O.ednei Cwwrnehss' t' LNStisI ,erffl.1El f. nltJ jr nmr!! f lrtYfIal!

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INIACIi4NISI
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openSunday I) I
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AntttfeFraiA ........ Ir.

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LKOAI..NOTIC-- __LEGAL. .1OTKB:- I LIeGA. NOTICE I -LEO\L-NOTICE- YOU AKB OftlVIMJ


t rI NOTICE or APPLICATION NOTIIK OK. ArrilrlTIO NOTICE flOKHrtCTITIOlB it TUB rinniT COIN 11AM BLIND!
} FOR TAX UIoICDNOTICrei81 : Vf III, llKr.uHIT Ntwh LAW > Font CLAY COlNTYi
4 U K8. OMt.HI:1 Notlco I* 11."", Given that. th* FI.OHIIM. IM tHtMCEHVTHE
I HEIEEBY GIVEN 'II0' H aPHIMISNOliti. ndrl' >nd. d..lrln. to .nsas* WILLIAMHUURO SAVINGS
that auc b.r' C Uordlo tho holdoi id It..IUr.H\ J.S In bualnmo under the flctlliou BANK a corporation. nVhe.n
+ 4 1 of tht fallowing rtlflota ha.i .Ian , .. AL..a.itMAN i* liuholder him of COVE AUTO SUPPLY ., Plaintiff, w
I flltd all ctrtUloat* for a Ui ..1 tao luuawuiB'' ro.I.Ii. III North Oranji Avnu In th. ,...
1 ..rd to b* I..".. '"....".. ThI I I/Ilu wa Ilir". raw 10'bIl. ('U, tIC thorn Covo Mprlni. PEAKY H CATO and JENMNB: \:
I 'ortUUolo numbori and yoaro olI von. tin a ux u>. laauanrA. tho description of thi till. ".II ,11. '."1..1.. IIOIII'ocrlptloii ..'Id "1m. .with the Clerk of the | I'AKCMOKB.
I property and the ._.. I. whlet .nr.d )oar 10' '......11', u.' Circuit Court of Clay County n.f.nd nli.OTI .
I or pruiHtrt, actS tile > <'K or at IT
It wao .......d .re ao Iallow.lCnrtdk.to ; ....... .u Mnl? ,l NM/ ...riled rlorldaIIERD1RT DniOOERS.lll. TIIR STACK UF FLORIDA -
AIR CONDITIONING I No. IlL Y..r.t Uauanro < Nl. ... '11",,.. 14... .
INCOME TAX SERVICE: II. TO JKAN.NI.NR< : A. CATO -
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UPHOLSTERING Juts I. A.H. INSDOOCtlpllon forililcai. :>.. IT "
I .! of rroprlr Lol .'Mr.' i ._......./,1)' t HIT i l..wl IMvrc. i"lrfctl Main
I Blk. I 8 ctlon t Oranco Park flame' ,in Khun" a>....*u. AHHI I You ar ton hrby notified that
MILBERGERREFIIICERATION Nam. U which aooMd Mt *
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BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP < r. Ilk IM>,41IU mil hai hm fiUil tialnit you
INCOME TAXSERVICE riikr. j .> ;III.UM ui rNperl| ) toil I A LEGAL. _NOTICE i' and r'*wtv M. ('.to and T. C. I
All of said pro arty holac In I. ..." .wln a. .1. o't 4. -- I'ammorc In the *l>o\o cniltUdinui . \ you hi, ) to notice that
Complete Auto A FnrnUnreUphobterlnr 'h. County oi Clay Stato of.Florida ui'i 5 II Ao.ltt ......r..* I *, and thai you are hrrbgrrouiilrixl other drivrn and
podmtriana are
l'.rllflpaN... SI WOTIC!"' OF IMTK TIO:I TO I.
1',1... ouch rortlNeat, or oorHflratM he., .( ..._.*.. July I. UIIi MIC' lrKN! PHTITIOIS NAMENotlrn with. the fit rlerk fit.nf your ihla tniwrr,'''''r',, using hliarr and dangerous

I4M W. Idtrwtld Are.Ph. shall ... rodotmod. .- .. ." ...... .. ....,......... ..... It hereby Sven that theund.rMtn.d I and In .."i\. a ropy ,tliireof. upon lactic In order to avoid bring d
SERVICEAir rordlnw to law lbs proprrtr d*. 01. ",,1e I ; under Ik. pro.I.lon.fI' '''. IMalnllff'a. altorncy'i, who.. victim of your driving mistakes
19 Years Experience M4-S5IS orrlb.d I ., . .... chapter 1111. Low of Florl.da .
lull eortlflcato or eor .hl of properly. : North ".m. and .,Id,... I'a I
tlflcal. will b ooold lo ho high.o .4 ll .f Wr1 UV vt Lut L Ada of lilt, will rc,.I.r' niKKM\N. AU..Ie Inc T*, Saf..Cond.NOTICE .
Short Forms . . Green Cere Sprint Florid I uioiAnrsoN AATHti.N
r..... ....., MofrlrrratU. .|S.M .t .bldj r at tho soon' houio Mona. so, a. rrl "'I\o.d /.",,* with the Clerk of th,* Circuit I \\ :
..4 Htotlnar lorvlfet Long Forms . ,$3.N .p Free Estimates; door on ,". flrot Monday 1..1 I'. pas 171, and 0.... Book !*, ("*url In sad for Clay County, ill llarnrtl Dank tiulldlns I HKJAL
8. Palmetto Street Reasonable Rates for April. I"., which la tho Sib. day par. Hi GIN part *f Loa., list.* of Florida, noon clpt ofnubllcallon JarkaoitvllU I, Florid
Home Phone IS4-I7IO Buslnec I r'e Pick-up and Delivery : of Aorll. IMlr I )Jiak. I*, North Nurture I I ,,of..thli: notice, th. not lair than April ID A I)., till. Tho Board of County Commit.ilon .
Real EaUte >otd thla March. .. ,.,... Flclltloui of If
BenUls FU: laday'.f ( Mo. M you fall to da IP 1Mer54Pro .r. of Clay Countr, Florida,
Itn.ls.** Phone 204 IINt Handle Any and All .( Tow 1111. I tear of looooo.*i July 1. till KvtNlf.dl ". Collrt Confuo will Iw inlmdftlnit will 1 rclv bldi la th offloo oftho

Upholstery Need! OEttROE I. CARUHLE '>am. In whKh *...*idi Xlla Tko" Oo I. .l Volunlero, Ine. vnu far ihn, rillt Clerk l of Circuit Court; until
PAUL REMLINGER County Clerk of Circuit O.rt Jackao A Beatrlo Bailey p mantel In the ConmUlnt.Th nine o'clock A M. Monday.
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TV APPLIANCE HAROLD BARLEY Hal of Clay County, Florida liexrtpiton of froprtyi Part .( k..arll.ot..Im....". )llileht. Florida' n....,. of sold suit ". II. 111 for furnUhlar ltV-
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SERVICE 1443 Kooornn Elri. Owner .* Upholsterer II rn.EDWIN . .. It. IS II I Lot I, Wll I o> tt/L> :'BIIt.i iVirdan I. lard pr.*ldnl be l5. farNlnaur, .t at..r.. lrolnm Produoia, for no 'y the
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North ,Suburb a* l-ll. U ... llLBXIAL \ and Count Road Dpartmnt for on.
We Repair All Brandt BARLEY itook II, pail III. alto t>**dHi I p.micea lo.d I. Clay ('oU"I", yes r btalnnlna. May I. UII.Bid .
: ORANGE FAIR = LEGAL NOTICBKOTUM == >ok II. 111.ortlfieoio Florida. ..*,-.....d __ fnlluw.t formo ) b* rooolrod at
I Ser, elnt CIa, County Son and Upholsterer" I m. plea N.. S4lenr I I lAsT TWO III, lll...'" FIVE th. offlco otm.Clirk of Circuit

For Sliteea. Tear C. A. HUMMELVphelcterer of Inooowoi July T, lilt NOTICE -- III. niCUMMl. l.MT I I "'.un. Uria C*.. Sprint-*, FlorIda .
or APPLICATIONa'tR !' cordlna, to rial ib.r.ol 1 rcnrded *-
SIGN PAINTING I I Nam In which aee*; Kusa
Oranre Park Ph. 24-$041FULLERTON'S tin.FREE TAX IIIIKUc. Fr.sob* I .LIII- ,In flat Book 1. pane Rln-ht I* rinrvoj l. r.J.ct any
11 114 U. Fit. 1.,1110... .f "rop.rtt: A lot NOTICE 0.. t* and IT of th. cuwnt" pub and all bM.
; ESTIMATESALL NOTICE M HKHKBT GiVEN! I* ft. by II ft. In Baulk part of Not I..* I. hernv alyen that lie re-ord. of flay' County, Hoard af County
that Itkh.... C Uordl. tho holdfr I I riorlla.AND 'ommlolanr. .
Suburba, final
QUALITY Lot f, Mock 110. North rureunnt to n IVcree ofrrcltiro .. .
of the followlna cortlflraUl hao AIJ > tie followlni d O 1.r County.Hr ,
a* ,... in t>o.d Hook. It, pt. entered In cauee
I t4 N. Omnc AT*. WORK GUARANTEED filed aid crKflcato for a Uad IIIlorllftvolo ""mb.,,, ,'-11I/. In Ih* Clroull .rrtlied llemi nf equipmentnow tlmrc U Ctrll.l.
..d to b. Uiu.d thorooa. I NO.U I I I Court et flay Count, Florida Iwill 'I1.nIn or upon tk. ClrkMorch
Green OT Sp x M4-4444 ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY hove "..trl"." nrmliiMorSun In UII.IbXML.
rtntflcato "..mb.,. and ..TII.I '
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE r. I tear *l lowon* i jtly I. 11lNam. rail tho property tltutled In ....... wall healer
I luuanc. th* .....rlpllo. of ... r
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in which' t***. edi l ere Clap County, Florida ( Model r-tl.p II illlnn oil HOTICTI
BAKER APPLIANCE properly. bolb.* nama In which Shy fcKitch.II! *': _-. ;.
WARNER It wai ...**..d art a. follownCrtlflcat ecrlpllon of Part .( gel *ovn 111). Mock kl lank NoTICE or
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lItI" I'r.'to hotter II
Archie Padfett rrroIJI; : ", water *
SERVICE No. II. Tear crt It. lot I. $Ilbutboa. ,III. Headowbrook. 10.10"0' NBAKIMONotlc :-
115 Glendenlnr Road On Klnnley Are.. II.t ..,..... h... I. A IX III 111 I rec ::"i.JOk'; It, pail1f I t, armrdln. lo plat recorded \ nationVITNrMH my hand tn orrlptlon of Proiwrtyt N. In I'Ul lli : 1'ertlO14p* 4.44 none aid' Court a' (iron fore April t, tMl.bia-innlna; al 1,01
MAYTAG Orange Park. Fla. F..., of II",. 17 ft of Inc I afDUri ./!> of Lot I I tor of IMMBVOI July' t, lilt II. nubile reei.rd of Clay I Nnrln** rlav "'""n". Florid,, p m. In Ih* bitp Hall la Green'eve
Phone 44-im BIb1 NR ilroa CTO Hprlnc. Name In which ti.**edt Annl Ph. No. COncmt 4-iU I'1"1'; II....,. l>.*crl|>lli.a of PropertrtHW puklln. sale! to the Miheal and I till. will .. bold br Ik* City
KELVINATORDEALER Orange Park FU. I u of Lot\ II. bleak M, NorthNuburki DpottiiK i. rniiit.R I ''o''II\I..t. for Ik. purpoi* of
: AU.' said property ..lna; In I Clerk of Circuit IVnrt ronai !MILK DELIVERY tho rovau ot Clay, hole .fr ertineote ".. *0 I Ieor I'our, rtav Oour.tr Flxrlil, Block III. Pttm>r dV rams
'I InrlnafBl > .. IMWOBOOI July /. INS I titAn T'r..", R.A |".....ttltlt )
.. ouch rrtlf'ral or ..or.j j N..... In whrh. a..1 Anal III I'M. on March It, till. 'llv VIVIAS M OHM A (At-rtcultural tMotrtat.
tifl<-.... shall bo rod.*....d a*. Mtowtrt ICOVN1115HUN11. |>*nulv Clirklll. All porllia having an* lnlrt
I ALL MAKES OF APPUANCKSBKPAIRBn W. D. Morris rordlnc to law th* properly 4..l i I IIItI. cripi4an ., Pre. Tart tfUil CARI.ISI.M' II. |..t.FOn I. IS. above *u i .td 5.014morela *
AIR-OONDITION. : North nork' of thi ( .
.r,1b14n. alb rtrtlflrat or ror. t. 111111It.. Suburkaa 'h"JL\ : to th aonin* ordintnrtar
, NO., REFRIOBRATtOW AND LEGAL NOTICB ..... will b. old .. Ih* .hlih.it . .... In I>ood Hook 11. pro I lip. IIRACIO t> rlera M', uro*d lo bo ......., al tkl
REATINO SERVICE oouly m..llnl nnd I mok. known
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I Distributor at (h* eurl bar lit
Mlewild Art Phone SS4-S54 door on th* flrit t Monday In < ."'n.... No. M ICIUflll1'a KINCAIDHAHNIH Wll'CJIER lhir Jciint; taint, II any

IN THE: COl'NTT lUDOIt"'OCIIT $ April. Ule. which I. the llh. dar lot .. l_.OBot July I, lilt III! II...... honk nulldlnt. Here b*.
I All Jersey Milk \ IN AND FUR CLATOOUNTY. of Ann), mi I Nam In whlrh *..eu.dl, Hermn ........"111. I, rinrldaAiinrnctri THE nrT: I* ollrontdl MANLIN I 1:, HARRIS.
laud hit Ind day of MinI
BEVERAGES FLORIDAIN 1111. FlowersIwrrlptlos of for llaintiff ..d prloiloa. lir Iko. 151Ra1'EITP1055 CUrk. Cll, *f (lr..n
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PROBATE rilt No. Ill of rrovortyl 1.11
For In R.' CIFOROK .. CARI/O.I.K' lot I, Block II, North.. Suburb. l\r, tb. p.lre I. roll l-ll... _1Coo.. Sprlnca Fla.
fount n.rk of Clrryll Court _.. ,
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PAUL'SAn THOMAS J. BOUTHERLAND. "i "i
HOME DELIVERYCALL I . IL. liltI
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dweaied.KOTICB ,
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TO rnBUITOMSAll laoooneoi July I. |>llNorn
Legal BeTeregrs creditor ., the Kmt of In wbl.k aeeei.td.; JUy>
Open I A. M. U 1 A. M.Davml X4MMt' or SI4.SIM Thom.. J. ".'118.4, dc od. LEGAL NOTICB' head PenderiMwNpiton
are ...r..., notified and rqoirdto ( of Proporlrt Part of TURNS
County tine rue any claims or dmad 10711'p Or lot /. HlocbII, North Sukurht,
North of Orange Park which. th., mar hay aialnit Arri ir Tio* i0 rec In ()H No II, psla IIIIrrHftewl .054Mn7
TRADING POST Mid .....* IB tae. office of th* p O51A1 DKBIMM. > .... M1N.
ouatr Judo of cur cutty. U. II. r a.NOTKK ol I........ Jill* t, 1111
IMFA171 Florid. 1* lh. rourlhoui otOr. I* IIKItKBT GIVEN N..... Is I whlrh' *ai*.dl WII.1. .
CARET'S TRADING POST .." Coit Kprlno, riorlda hat Itk-kard. C. Uordl II. hM.r Ham MrtToud fnIT\[ !] @ tit
wthln all calendar montea from of Ih. falloolnt r.rilflr.t.. hat \k...rrli>ti"n of l...roprlri| Lot I, )
tit. dole or the nail publlc.Uon0f filed laid, coruflrau for a laid lilck TX. nhiadi Mat
INLET MARINA WE BUY SELL TRADE thin. nolle. PJach: claim or ..d lo .. t..... ."*'.0" Thi All of .*ld prooerlf .Mlst .In t1.
Three locations: demand mint ... I* writing Gad ,.,"tlr... number and pan oft..NI14 'Mr of tlroon C..* Sprlma. PIer.lea. ,
mull .(.(. Ik. placo of roidaco th* dvwrlpilan of thi. .
MERCURY A JOHNSON 15 Eo Palmer 8L, Ph. JS4-1MO and post nfflr addr**. of III. rooorty." and IK. names In .whirl. t'nlec. uch oorllflcole. ....11
ENGINES etalmant end mual b. swore loy It was ai.....A. or. 51 01100.1 M redeemed nc..rd'n. I. law Ih.
\\arehonte antlf nee-old Ik* rial mi or rrtlflralo N. el, Tsar of !.. ..........", ... h. orb ....
CROSBY BOATS Gym Blitr., 1'. Orinte A... N..Itnrn.v, :r"'b* 'o '* Olson Juno I. A II. Ill* I Ittrvrrlptlon Ilfl..*..* wUl'b. oold,. Ice Ih* III....
KK7.Y TR "u n" void rrordtn |a lawMAIITR .. nf Proptrtvi gel GSD eat .bidder *t Ih. rilr lull b".ran
*"BIG TOPS tent-BlandlncBlvd. N KIRK.Admlnllrlrlx of let II nik. |l N." (Ired Ik,. tint T.**dT .'..r Ih. REACHINGaa14V14c
SALES SERVICE pum Timeale '.0.. "'.....*. flret, ..n.dV In She Month *f
at Rid tr wood Ann*.o of th. SGI.1..1 Thorn. Nam I* which at>**.d Anal \ April l.ll. which. I.I the Ill drnf
OUTBOARD REPAIRIlwy SoutherUnd deceaiod .*. It.."1".. ANTI t...
17 Oranre Park Fnrnltore and appHaneee albarraln !.!. II. ... I* I. All of oiid' prop rlf >.IK( In I..... Ibis. llth. day bf MarchMtrl'n I
ho Ounir .( Clap malo of I"', I
Phone CO 4 MIS price site Florida.. ,/ J. Nana' '
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4n oorh rtlflrt* or ..f.ll '.It, II. II. April I '
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FOR SALE *r RENT-t hedf-m CATTLE and HOG BREED. FOR RALE Three ked room' .....1 to' Play r.....' Florida' CAItt'L ANN llolnlirlHATMONO .
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Phone 114-4144 tIU let M know .InunedJaUlyPhone Eslrn let Elwood lohntan TUB STATM l>r rU>HIUA-TOillaimond
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FOR SALE-EieepUonaDy nice I -,.- :I n*.. ii. II FaN ton A Hie ir it KMT /ririEii I dI
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home 4 bath kitchen. and FOR BALE-Two .... ,... New In Ibo obero .. *
teem MAN WANTED le manes thai. Hlrkard C Uotdi' Ik. . .14., yo .II:4.: :
shadedlot. I Moon trailer I Ifiie. Early .f Ik. .11..111. ",U,,-.,.. .... tad yo. ore barely I*
modern equipped lam Watkins Route
i operate a retail . 51400 BOOB pltlolirr* tllrnirwhooo
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lM.tttl. city water andUlfcts. In this ....... (Weald eonoldrr. AtaerUan Dee r. "rtee II. A. dd I* bo ,***.. ..*,...n. "'. ne and tddreo* *ppr i PUSHING
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CaD .wher. 114-1141. .lady 4* to M year .WI.) EarnInf ,Ik. ..wrlr>M ., Ik. "'. lo Ib* bill ., eo*>ilol I*
I-2-Ste of fltS.M per week from Trailer Part Green Cere roMy. sad Ik. Mm1IS whl'hII *ol4 .o
print*. 241 wa* **..**.d tr* o. f..Uwi Aprt\ll\ : '.'i.*II 1/14.' .* "
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Interview In your .....I __ ....... Jon. I. A' IS5.rlp5.iof /. 11411 Heroin) will foil bo not entered.. dmess.'.'proocnfeooo 80' ,

FOR SALE-Fhlko) rtfrUeraUr write Mr. MrGarily. P. O. Bol FOR IAIX-M II 1 e r | lsao.lt..lsl Aaron Smiths t Addiltoa l-roorlr. I. Klncvln LillN.f, tho relief.. prrd ta ib.

food eondltUn. Price SIS. Telephone 121. MllUaten. Florida. life ) Ukl sow H lap .*4.'| if r.. .Mat. 'ti.NM .*.. VHS rowiploiot NATUrtn. 'or SAII sfirnciNii I 1 PULLING

GCd tl4-44. 3.1.12.11YOU portak aaw li* tender, baa I* whlrh. Hur.1a.r. pull I'lVoHfhx I

.... ..... rid, Tutor lawn I ." o* 11* *.... In Md s Mh. All of and proocrlf Sag loIk of oold Co'l 5/ MreeoSprl
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mower. MdAroy's Cowrt Phone. r 'olr of lay, uio of / riofid Ihr. .
FOR S4LE. Malted milk ...- tl4-tS4 S-ll r Flrl4 |*N ih dr of*Mall Al 1111.555ng5 Vxj have 639 mutctes In your body.MXJ can exercise arx! dual f 9
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NAME IT. WE !'.).*. owb **rtir<.... .* M "AkL..t.K..
...... ptna eta National .-...*. Rotor TUIrr edftr ',"..'.. ...11 .. o4ooe",04. O*. rlraunlit" "'.orlft theft) for Me' long|{ health and vltatlty.Or you can five (ally and grow
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cash recteter, dfarHte Eau -L1AsL Ml.* lo law Ih* * 'ir do.ork4 M .....w.
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c.... orwop type scales, ban water ,.... nil law ban a071N .*I la Will iwk b*ON41MSS.Mid, 10 Ih**or blob oof.liril Era.T"'lu? Cl.fbAlioritoVfoe ,fat or "flabby." And possibly become a premature victim of diseases

.... kar with Pormtea .. ttkar der, dole .... pipe. ntlef and 1 _erne n *r sum _I bldd*, tl Ih. eoort bowood .,.,..U' of( the heart Ind Wood vessels.
.. l Udders, ....... andwmlitf >,*n thai, oo Ib* fl.H ......, InAorlL A44rMi, 11 I.*. !rek.oe. 55141.
.. Notlro lo bror e
....... Reatonakly. Sett d. ; p.ror.ro a real docro Off 111 ..... I* Ik* llh day JboaHlo. rtortdaIIL There hn'l a shadow of' a doubt that physical well being at al
Phone 4-UI9 l-tt-e Uetheo. parUMe fen .rrloor* otrod In 000 .f *..il. IMl II. M 4-1

,..... _&t. Call MeGee's WeU .b III In Ik FtorMo.* Clout 1sill | MIN*. Iki lol .., ., Worrh.M . --5.5545S5. 51111W -- 1p1 depends to a great eitent on rrguUr activity or ,eercn But

la* A Radiator IMp M' K.OraM Coort o.of ll Ibo flar**Cooole*ortr o I nrsM1 1. ,.....,..f.t.R. -- -.. thdrVs. to Utl Incentive to exercise now-what with push buttons
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FOR RENT) Met t kedroomhowte. Cl., Coomr Florid Cooolr Or *
Are, COd M4-IUJ. < _! o'nro.ot, yiorida la TNN151(11?' INP I. 'fUbotness begins in early childhood.
newly paJnted. Imwde and 1-1-11.1. "port ., Lol two fl', "!-* !... ,.. It MKQ14I. _... r.R SLAP IIOVP100M5. /. arvj sedentary pastimesthat. "

Sale reaaonaaie. Ur e Yard *P-. Twolt *.*,..n 0,.rotNrS.. c. _. .. .iM4.< 510, Yet more tnan half of'our children, do not let at least l 15 minutes

pllaaee farms.Uf.1U1.lararakod. CaO r.S41TI...* -I Mb.n Itoob-0.. no N1,*.-mlj: =- 50T14 UI(1.4ialbCSIT -= IONM K. .NAUL... ..$.f of'planned.v e orous,tody tuiMmg activity during each school day!

IACII a DOtGU n..k:*'t.et...o,..Mlo P11N.roiwordo cocnr or Ftolallff.aViWU ConwKjufntty,nary' one third of'them cin't meet >/jfmucn standards
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MS WEERtT AND MOREFor ........s ol Me law .,tIM t.u- >e roe .o... t* it* frow' oVweW N. til* I.SdaWV CoUJkU....,.ii.*...55..... for strength,1i/IttVlnd/ flexttility.

rtBaknt.. or woman tooerrke U*. Imarlita HerlUfe life ,. fJto|k._Oo<.*..Cooolr. ---(_f".nMwI04.rtioAM.NINPN' wMe. JOYCE r. (hut I.."itn'.... ....Soil N II StTM. The dt>ttocr>ent of' physical frtn i-for! lit boys and d pts-

aojalimin l a Geeen ........ iLrnrkl to nevendhFlawy. N M.rr1005.. '04dIIPIIWI r"oloiirIJOMALD .. fU"'T."Flits e'r 0.I./Di-.u..t.- fthould t&n earty in ife."

Corn Sprtntr. tall or port ...... Satf-le 7K FtorttU Ka. .. CAaUf& r 5N 0Yoe
t.!IfA..SwNtL.OKE M. 014,0' S./w5.d .M' S What about the phllulduutlon program, In your child'sscMxlf
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......... T.-.. . : "ft'-:: 155. I' wes 554.55554 M 14014 S Nn gxH-thote roast in need of physical conditioning?
nAtrV oStinnU 1014.04 IB* F1*io " iMI M t M *' .4 a *oq >B-o H. M.d toroJoio 11.5., :c. tjook ood t d.::; The Presodenfi Counc4 on Physical f rtneis urges you to alias

BUSINESS j DIRECTORYFIURXACT ]"I W... N pM IN 514 se S4.aI0x..154... 4/11/ -I(MSC.! $..*.*..111'N. much, mterttt in this phase of your CJWf development as you doIn

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oo r, oo ... boll of _*UJn4 4.I I, poo fell to do oo tioeeoo M* cornmgnrf/ groups to ettatWi a program that emphestbe vigor
...WE cyn".r ooU ..... 54x1 of ->. lo .. | ,../w..M bo ooi. od .M.4
":.31m.U ""T0AST1RUNO ....... *. TTi. LM ** yoo) !.. ... roliod d:..:*id Ie cvs Ktv/daV. Bringing up youngsters with strong,agt bodies
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POJI.. etTTlT CO. ::::::in S55* **5.WVoyod- '*:'ibo I/1.004 14040..014 S1 p1e.04.Mr/.a1f. .help you evaluate! the program In your school the President1Couixjl I

car pal( AlJirt.iaiCle ..II:..... fTOOCTtpUM awTTtMOmplrtt I1wI Mi .. roar, N no, 1 4145P1 .
4I und Gee tooUet Th4 ef.dress
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1 PAGE EIGHT ,,_,"wall::.. ' THURSDAY MARCH l/. 1M4


Paid Political Advertisement I il Miss' Clay County Entrants : GREEN COVE CURB MARKET I


ELECT I open 1.0 ...... W II ....

..; Prices Good through MARCH Slit -


LH.'LannytanoasterCounty r r.l'MM ; FRESH BREAD 2 FOR 25*

Copeland Hickory Smoked By the Slab

BACON IB. mEnd

) CommissionerDistrict CutePORK
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rp TaD Hickory Sliced 1 Lb. pkga.
To the Voter of Clay County '
I .ri, .: BACON 3 PKGS. 1.00
I am again a eandldate for County Commtiilonfr e.

from District No. J. I am earnestly asking for your sup } 0., W CABBAGE LB .05*

port. I served on this Board for one four year term 1 Lb. ,q..

1951-WO. During tboM four yean I did at all time y ,IG 'CARROTS 3 PKGS 19*

conduct myself In a proper and dlfnlfled mannrr. I attended t } V. .. No. 1 II LII.Bar It L.... Bog

all regular and all special meetlnca with the exception IRISH POTATOES 1:69 1 : 39*

of one my absence wu caused by a death In MART E. CLATTOB DIANNE RUTH DLXON: LINDA JORDON_ JENSEN

the family I also attended every meeting with the State .............. --

Road Members and Enflneert In trying to build more and WHO WILL BE Paid Political Advertisement

better road. In Clay County. I worked with all the County ""T-'fSV1-' **sra

Officials In every way possible to help with all problemi of w MISS CLAY COUNTY 1964

the people of Clay County. ry r

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In asking year vole and support to return me to the y, 1

Board of County Commissioners for another four years, I 9 ,

promise te work with the Board Members for the good of
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Clay County and assure you that I will always be availableto ,ti

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help with any problems that may arise.


Go U the polls on May 8th and elect a capable and
Other Miss Clay County Entrants on
qualified man who will do everything In his power to
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i represent yon the people of Clay County the way
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you want to be represented.Paid I

I" ALICE KATHLEEN RENNET JANICE LOUISE FLETCIIER ..
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Political Advertisement I:r ORANGE, .PARK LIBRARY NEWS" .


I Please get your income tax will be many new 'boob toe Orange Park 10-12 noon on 1'Iti1NTIN

report handed in early; we e e, special flower arrange- April IS The first hour will Open Letter From
have so many fine things plan. menu by the Garden Circles
be an Informal hour In which
I
ned for NATIONAL UBRAHY of this area, and some of the JENNINGS MURRHEEMy
FOR THE BEST inall, -round I
Invited to our
WEEK April 11.lWe hope beat essays and picture: from you art meet
I you won't be worried with the contest. speakers and uk: them quit rood printing try the CRES
taxes Wt Invite all I tlona that will enrich the more Frlendu
t orianllationi The essay contest subject U '
I in the area to unite "What Our New Library Meant formal diacusslona of the forum CENT FRESS.JWC, The price Since I have announced my candidacy for sheriff of
r in the celebration ot a which will be from U till noon. Clay County, I have talked to many clUatns who share
f year
to Me" and will be participatedIn
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'I, of' real progress In the new by all schools being served All citizens art urged to attend right my conviction that a public office la a public trust. I be*
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Sieve those offering themselves as candidates for the
j building' by the Orange Park: by the Orange Park Branch - --' '
-I office of sheriff should be of GOOD CHARACTER
M I Branch of the Clay CountyLibraries. of Clay County Libraries. Mayor men
Circulation la Increasing of Orange Park:, Walter Paid Political Advertisement, GOOD MORALS. A HIGH SENSE OF HONOR AND: A I
I DEEP SENSE OF PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY. U
dally and mort books
Odum, will award liver dollar I
are being processed every prizes the last day of National I Important that each one ., u*. as voters, critically e.-
I month under the able leader. amine the public and private live of those who seek all
Library Week:, Saturday April
hip of Clay County Frederick: 1So that the Judges will Keep Our' Youngsters litre With New Industry I II II II public office! bat eopeelaUy U this true of those who
.N Andrews and his valuable assistant have ample time to judge the seek the office ., sheriff for It la by the Impartial enforeenrnt I'I'i'
.. Mr .. Emlllt Barnes I i of the law, that our lives and property arerotedt'd. i
CMSVI, the closing: date U I
Vlalt the Library during National March 28 for the contest I I earnestly uric you to Investigate my personaland !
Library Week; the hours Grades ont and two will draw ELKCTJACK I print, activities and I believe that yes wl'l find I I'i
I will be the regular ones Tues pictures of libraries, and rides have always dealth honorably and fairly with my fellow ;
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I day through Friday t till 8:30: three through Iwlovt will write man.
Saturday 0 till 8, but thereKiNGSLEY essays.A I am asking you to help me In order that might- \i
I R. DAY I servo ,... Only yon have the right to decide wh. will
non-partlMn forum on the I
LAKE BAPTIST .be your public servant.
function of the Varloun offices .. ,
CHURCH PLANS RUNR1SESER1KE In our govvemmcnt will beheld When elected U serve you 1 WILLS

I at the Civic Center In 1 I II I. Be a FILL TIME sheriff

Everyone U cordially Invitedto 1 I a. Show NO FAVORITISM In enforcing the law.

to attend the Eater BunrUe Doardof :3. Ensure: that for every dollar spent In the Sheriffs
Service to be held In the I II office. A DOLLAR'S WORTH OF VALVE IS RE.
I cemetery of the Klngsley Lake A REMINDER FROM II I CEIVED.:
OCR LITTLE IEAGIEOrganizational
Baptist Church on Easter I I 4. Servo ALL the people. ., Clay County
morning March 39th. at 1:00: meeting of x -
I o'clock Hymns I'f'latcod0 faster managerial positions ALL CountyCommissioners I 8. Strive! eenUnneualy for more effective and efficient

An EEll'; .:1t1ENCE1): ) I'uUio Servant I| will be sung after which a Interested. are asked to attend II I .. Cooperate enferecMcnt.with ALL PERSONS
I, message on, "What The Re- desiring to make
be delivered by the pastor, Ref, I Date: March 11 Time: I I our maty a better place In which U Bre.
ELECT D T PcavySunday T PnI. Place: City Hall ; II 1. See that say PERSONAL: and OPTICAL CONDI CTrefleeU
I school will be held I Registration of boys I13yean. I ahraya the dignity' of thla office,

lurrecUon Means To Me" will Date March JO time I 5. Recognise that this office to on of public trust

\ S. D. (Sam) Saunders after Immediately which after services the will sunrise be 1 High pm.School.Place 0 Ca Jr. I District 1 I and FVBLJC.that MT FIRST DUTY IS TO fFwiheruMro SERVE: Till

dismissed until time for trainIng Bo/ must be accompaniedPaid
: I I win neither betray your confidence

. -union at /SS: pm. _. .-. ...-. -I nor eurrrader ..... dignity ., this office of sheriff by attempting .
1 \ SHERIFF I to DICTATE U any person, group, or organ-!-
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Political AirerUocment I ash yew support sad v.4e bocauoei aces
Wltk withdrawal) of .Shertlff.... IUU from pubttt I I asa Mklng you to give young faa.liy aaan a dunce.
I. For It year I have worked U ........ ..,....." eapaelUeo. U prove .be can serve you well Search record
Ufa, 1 feel aay long tiperienee, both at the tale" and aay u a
I 1 aaa stow aalstenance director al Ike Oale. .....--.. aa a family .... aa a ....... and U
County leveks' e.nattflee, .e U aosuMt the high eaUbre a/ way Girt Scoot Cwmdri 18-OMnty rocrealloii head 1 you shore my -......... I eoBett yew active support
County law enferccutent which. has for ao Many yeara, REELECTCarl ,......... (amp Chowenwaw, .. Black Crook just north I and vote .bs the coming clectleuw

.... ao ably handled by Sheriff lisa of Gees Cove. Mateerely,

It hat been nty lifelong. ambition to serve as your Sheriff. I.I will traduato 1st Repleouaher froea J.... CoOego Jennlnge. Marrhec
While Jehu Hal! wttk a degree ha ...... AdaUaJMraUo vTke LouJaHoatky
the
occupied petition I sought elknraveawe "
E. roeUM frosa the Cs nty Csasuihslon to be.
., public aervtco.Tkt C..I '. It...... Mosley Paid Ported Advcrthrment
the ClayMesaorlal ....
.... .o* Slate Vpreornlatlve, the Beard asap
Ilotpltal. Ike punk** by Ike nl, of OreenCove wl>.be ........, a eoUege-tratoed .wusber.S .
TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF CLAY
.1 lice new IndatlrUI park are MUM of the llceae of COUNTYI
COXSTAULR DISTRICT :2 Aa JeW Mat Cesnahilsaier. DMrict I. I wW work
progreoa In wklck I have played a role, kevovrr asaaD.Aa I of to detsrwrfnt the tutee wish to talc this
II toward* the taking a ewrrey opportunity to cur.m, aincvrt
I, soon after I Ishe.ff"to u Is k.rib... I propose toorganise '* !I tot arum /... Ogratton of ..r boot ,......t.... to otkerreoA thank and deep appreciation to, an the people of Cay Countyand
the Wate... Ie. lack el ..... Lad ecpetiaOy to those
Obvtouoty, In district No. 4 for aO their
JuaUr drputlee .. support
a sad ., ...
program a > ,
i' de vlk.'pe.0vaaa' wkkk win be alaed. al a aa better I ))11\'t! wnwl In thin capacity, for the past I 1 wigs work wttk says ......... ....ty, atato .. prink and cooperation during my tea yean of service a* yew County I
I Mey t* being to mwre aad tee payrolkt to keep OnmmmrtoorrA ,
(I general nnderotandlng ol elUsene' reoponoihlllUee . tkwoo boy and gwis al BMOM.i s nest of you know by this time 1 have sort Jennfcn

.,1 Including tke ,..,.*.*k4UU to not kitt or .be UlWd .. .., 11 jour I feel mjr done by 11M dedalea and bit alone. I wii to take
klgkwayt.As
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efftrlral dk ur+enirei> ol CoMly a prHrrasa of
qualifies me"Vole for ihfinnwMyou | f1\ seve Cray rod> b..rat...... and a greater ....... to al opportunity to aay at thai Ucnr, reudlsr N 1M ...... of
your f kertff U wtn be lay New U carry on tM I hie race. that I here run aay met Umc tar fcruae Aa
., tke C .,. .4 only to u..e.. dla.trkt tUtcd
tke pee*** -s w ee*
kk, tradition el J.h. ItaOt that Clay County win nawln eau .. abcre I appreciate the support' and cooperation .f rmyone
loat<< .. ..f at tke eapewoe ol tkeae ol .settee.
, l el tke .beat.. policed .. .u.. In the 8UU. tktt no mao .\ I fc.rtl feel that when I neapJrto this tmn thai I'wffl boreserved

i, r wtfl rocHre ,...... .or. any aaan be looked on vtik pro .\. : V. I.. a veteran .l Weald War n and tke ...... W... w meet en.fd years a clay aunu and W12 be r.Q
1 kawe lee woe *. .. ...... I ore a slake to lb.Onety'e I tor a ywonger penon to take ewer for protrma to tin count?.
a >udi. In the eseruiMs el my fflce, 11'IGL"II i' de"kesiel sad gvvvtk.A I Again N a&n.n Ibub and deep sppr.e.laq to
\()\TnOT..: }; DKKPI.YAPPllKCIATED mya
I solids J ..... and your ....., nary rrtIadI aDd mopeettn duttag vas ,..,. of OvAt+a service,
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w.AA : Vole For Day
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k A Tote For hawser Faanwe Growtk
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Paid Political Advertisement I, Green Cove Socials I

REELECTGeorge I
Mrs Earl Lookablll of UxInston. few days with her parents Mr.
N. C. Is the guest of and Mrs. W. Burch Stump. THIS DIDN'T WORK BUT THIS DOES
her daughter Miss Helen
"t Lookablll. Joel Padgett of Daytona s-
kjITj: I I Beach spent the weekend as Aa tap_ wu vetr much A
the guest of his mother, Mrs. cooeeraed with the passibditr BENEFITS
I Mr. and Mrs. H. L Black- Alice Padgett. that horses on the MIA DISABILITY
mon and their l daughter, streets of Boston would be
Dorothy Ann returned I last i If you become severely disabled, you and fOUr
.,'> Mrs L. C. Fisher Mrs., L. C. terrified by the new ttctm ( N r'
: week from a two week trip to for social
: r, .1 Madrid and Barcelona, Spain. Fisher Jr. Mrs. Laura Belle trims that were Nina put family may become eligible monthly
i. : \" I White, 0 f Jacksonville, and into ute; He designed s III i1 security checks. rJ.1: 't 111IJ r
Mrs. Ruth Mullls of Palatka trim that was dujuued
'. I ; vent to Fayetteville N. C. recently t
f Mrs L. Fisher has re u a hone It wit actually
turned from Paterson. da. to attend the runerU I tried but It didn't
services of Mrs. Bud MajmarL
where the spent two months M' foot a tingle hone. It
a cousin of the late Dr L. C fV mart tnfonmth*, tint, witlt, .t fkt soar
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the guest of Mrs Roma wu laughed out of nUtfnce In abort order. It didn'twodr
Fisher who died suddenly must odd iKtritj eja.us . .
Thomas. . . <<:

Miss Fran Fisher\ of Lak oepaavwaroNIAIrNI000ATIONANO '
Miss Sandra Stump a student Alfred, spent a few dart ** the -.. ww." -......,..WIL"ltil. OAJI44AOI(
at Piedmont College of guest of her mother Mrs
Nursing In Atlanta spent a,Daisy FUher

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L. CarlisleTo modern refinery

The Voters of Clay Count

I announce my candidacy for re-eleetloii a* Clerkof

Circuit Court. I ask you to fairly and sincerely ap-

praise each candidate for this office and elect the one Florida
now serving
who can lire you the most service for your money and asa

candidate that has proven my ability, for the eourteotw .

and efficient operation of thti office for the past seven

years I pledge my continued service If reflected.Tour .

Veto And Support Mill Be Greatly Appreciated.
George L. Carlisle" With giant strides, the South marches forward. /;'

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--,-- More industries! More people! More tourists! More i

income! And-far more automobiles, requiring i 1
RESIDENTIAL
hundreds of millions of gallons of petroleum ,
LOTS IN OAKRIDdK: TKRKACK
products each year.
NEAR CHAS. E. BENNETT SCHOOL I

To match this Growth, we have. recently completed
LOT No. 1 84 X 132 PLOT !)IOO.OO ,
construction of America's most modem oil) refinery r
No. 2 91 X 132 $1050.00 I
Pascagoula. I
LOT No. 3 91 X 132 $1200.00() at r
(Pecan trees)
All above Iota surveyed and will accept 110000'down. I r r Covering/ 2600 acres, this refinery Is fed with crude '"

payments 123,00 monthly, No Interest on balance High 1 oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest! fid l J funderwater
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production of more powerful automotive gasolines.:

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, r I' tjTIN1G; M H C & Penney Farms r From One End To The OtherThree


Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 32.-6131

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FOR THE BUST It all-round The preacher for the 11 will be the Rev. Clarence A. and Mrs. Daln Fast, nice, of ;,
4 food printing try the CRESCENT o'clock service at the Penney Miller. The Rev. Thomas S Mrs. Mabel FaIt are here from
PRESS. INC. The pri.r Memorial. Church on Sunday I Heaver will lead the prayer I Charlotte, N. C. Mrs Deln
-- --- --- meeting on Wednesday. Fast's son brought them from
s e e I North Carolina and then returned .
Paid Political Advertisement) 'II
( home.
J This afternoon, Thursdaythe
I Stamp Club will meet at I I s e s f
K L E Cl' the apartment of Mrs. Cella The monthly meeting of the s,
I Pratt (0-10). The program will Penney Memorial Church !
WILDA T. RUSSELLJUSTICE Include an exhibit and discussion Guild was held in the sane-
of Lincoln stamps tuary last week with Mrs. Ed. I
rrlends Invited. gar Wilson, presiding Devotional ,
OF PEACE C s e leader was Mrs P. R.

District NoWllda 1 Those Interested in placing Batchelor who took the group
with Ezekiel on a mission trip,
lilies or plant in the Chanc" I
In memory of loved ones, on taking Christ to the people. By If
Easter Sunday, should contactthe request, Mrs. Herbert D Meyers f
Travassos sisters no later sang "Take my life and let It d
than March 22nd. be/
s I Mrs. A. O. Hempstead re- (Staff photo by Gene Koca)
viewed briefly, Dorothy Clarke
Mr. and Mrs. A. V Borkey Wilson's book entitled, "Takemy
have returned to MIIC after hands" The heroine of this I Three of the County'swere (avowed) political aspirantsnd Close to the Putnam County line, at Decoy Missionary
an extended stay at College biography is an Indian girl who Baptist Church In another geographical accident Jack
ha for the Lions Club partyt.
chance on
quite by
villa, Penn., where they disposed candidate for reflection
became Dr. Mary Verghese. i Wilkinson, one time poultry man
of some of their property. In Orange Park Saturday nigh,, Naturally, they Hocked to-
Miss Martha Benson's to the School Board (center) Is shown flanked by the Rev
They are glad to be back home we feel merit a claim gether. Shown above, 1. to r* I are: Orange Park Town Co- Harvey Lane, minister of the church ((1.) and Mr Wil
in the MHC and we will an be I the year ending labor'j' mission llarley Broom, School Board candidate Glenn All- kinson's son-in-law, William E. (Duke) Webb, a candidate
glad to have them present In Miss Benson and 30 local red, Constable Ray Bradley, B. B. O'Kellr, Jr., retired to unseat the Clerk o fthe Circuit Court, George Carlisle.
the various meetings and activities en made 2,400 garments at an Orange Park lawyer and outs Iluntlejr who ha r of the community again average cost of 12Vi cents sing Mr. Wilkinson said he did not want to be Immodest,
he would be unopposed In the primaries
heard the
each. The low coat was made news however, under questioning, he admitted he had anteed up
a Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Dolloff I possible by gifts of material,. for nomination as State Legli slater the bushel of fried chicken.
of Llvvtrmore Palls, Me., were These garments were shippedto ---
Lr guests of the Rev. and Mrs. I Korea, Algeria, Formosa, since they came to MHC. Mrs - -
ter A ryr A. O. Hempstead last week. Lebanon, and southeast Asia, Knudson will act as bridesmaid I -
I for the Barrows in the
S s as well as, to many places In
Mr. and Mrs Robert Hollo- the United States. golden wedding ceremony on I

I well of Milan, Mich, are guestsof I s s April 3. 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Ray L Bmal- Mrs. Arthur Knudsor of Albany
ley Mr. Hollowell Is resting N.Y., is visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Connellyof
Charleston, DI.. were recent 'r y.
from injuries received whena Mrs A. Selden Barrows at fl "F9
I T Russell announce her candidacy for the ladder broke while he was I MIIC for several weeks Mrs. guests of the Rev and Mrs. '
I petition of Justice of the peace for District 1. picking oranges! In Fort Lauderdale Knudson and her late husband frank M. Grace, Mrs Gracey
She I* a local real estate broker, .f her own real estate business. t death doing health and welfare loners. i
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Before moving to Green Con" (he lived In Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. work In Thailand andlndonesla
': yule for ZI ,ean. I Myers were surprised by a visit where Dr Knudson organized Mr and Mri. Fremont Albers |I
f r' of Northfleld, Minn., old time
If elected, .be pledges to work for the food of Clay from their friends Mr. and the Biochemistry DepartmentIn
I Mrs. Hugh Kelso, of Rehoboth the University of Indonesia.Mrs. friends of the Rev and Mrs.
County and will be conrteoni lair and honest.Your I
Beach. Knudson Is a sister of A. S. Earl, are visiting the
I vote will be appreciated I i I C s I Seldon Barrows. This is her Bohners, the Benltts, and the
II I I Mrs Ivy Fox, sUter-ln-law first visit with the Barrows; Earls for several days.
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PLYMOUTH SWEEPS


Dr. Hollis L Caswell President Emeritus of Teacher's College.

Columbia University,has said:"During 25 years of teaching experience

I found that there is an undeniable correlation between

FIRST 3 PLACES s. physical fitness and mental fitness."

The development of sound minds in sound bodies has long beenan

:i ,: objective; of our educational system. But in most of our school,
emphasis on physical education has steadily declined

In (fact,60 percent of our schools have no dairy activity programs.

IAT [fJAYJONA !$ O@ ... ..w And many of those that do. cater to students who are athletcaHy

gifted-and neglect the 90 percent of our boys and girls who are

most in need of regular: ,vigorous; physical training.For .

the sake of your chkf: physical sad mental progress,find out
Daytona Ouch, Floridi-Fibruary 2It New '64 Plymouth streaked across the '
about the activities of him
required dairy.: your school doesn't provide
finish line today to win the famous "Dajtona) 500" and finish first-ticond-thlrd! 'i.1.\
Ii a program; that calls for at least 15 minutes vigorous, bodybuilding -

Competition-equipped with Plymouth's new 42$cu.in. maximum performance V-8 engine, devlgned activity every day, the tome to act is now

especially for racing, the winning.: Plymouth stunned 45 of the fastest stock cars ever to compete. 1i. Make Known your concern about the decline in youth fitnew

I where it counts-with local school officials and
In sweeping the first three places in a race sanctioned by NASCAR Plymouth proved its abilityto r your amrnur.1tyAs :
leaders. President t Kennedy has said:"We restore
can fully thephysical
take the rugged grind of competition racing and com up a winner as well. t
I soundness of our nation only if American is
If this is the Kind of durability you want In your new car, Get' up and go f Plymouth for 1JM! .. every wftg
t1 to assume responsibly tor the fitness of his children."

:'., II For a free booklet to help you evaluate' the fitness program in

your chAfs school,write the Council en Physical Fitness.
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' M Paid Political AdvertUement Miss Clay County Entrants SHOWALTER A TOP LIFE SALESMANThe


s .r Mahch IMUV of The ration writes life Insurance In
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t closes that among all the life Florida State, County and
agents gcattered throughout Municipal employees It IJ noted .
the world. Show alter placed M I that the month of Februarya
If'r i a leading agent In volume of ''' Mr.Showalter firm work
biiftlneM written ThU corpo Ing month In this division,
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I "CONFERENCE FOR This meeting is said to be
Nine GCS Churches To
PROSPECTIVE UJUO81'11DENTS" vital to all prospective atudenU
and their parents WAMWWJWCKftp K/cUf>BUDGETS*

St. Johns River Junior College Pre-Easter Service
will sponsor an Admission First Methodist Church Sponsor

conference at 7:SO o'clock on Oreen Cove Springs ., _.. ..... ,. /JS I II
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2 In the Clay High School' HOlY Week Services .. 0" / $' II I
April : jo w ..:". f.i I cr cr
cafeteria. I I Palm Sunday 11:00: ,;, I
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and representatives from the Candlelight CommunionGood \" ..
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Admissions Department will Friday Noon 12:30: e ja'gl
discuss aspects of the year Easter Sunday 11:00: j .. .iI! :.'
round operation and admission I Gordon N Craig J'l":! .... w, "" 'J'.II.) ":
policies Minister .f,, ..r., r.'f- ".. . >'.1",
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Approximately 3,600 homes, priced to sell at $9,250 to $12, tilt
200, will be built west of Meadowbrook Terrace, according to \ I ORANGE PARR FLORIDA'
Ralph R. Coleman, who this week purchased 69t acres of land
west of the low-cost: Orange Park development. -
Purchase price of the property wu said to be In the
"SUPER-RI01IT" SHORT SHANK SMOKEDPICNICS
neighborhood of 1500000
Under present evaluation and assessment rates" all of
these homes would come under homestead exemption, thus

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SWIFTS FRANKS 12 02 PKG. 39* CHUCK STEAK IB. 49*

The Rev Dr Homer G Lindsay, minister of the First
Baptist Church, of Jacksonville\ will bs the principal speak SPECIAL; THIS WEEK; LADY BETTY
W ENGLAND
t er at a pre-Easter service, sponsored by nine Green Cove
CHILDREN WERBeNCOORAWDTOftAVWiTH/ T&RT&Kf I SXflL churches, to be held at 7iSI o'clock nut Tuesday eveningIn
CAr$AQ MERE PROX/MITYT&/ SUCH CATS Quart
the Green Cove Junior High School auditorium
VMS SUPPOSED TO HOf ONfi PAUnE JUICESPECIAL 3 9
D I>I: 'EWPPOW (rOP rCI.AI -""'' Participating/ churches and their ministers sent First t
YoYANCE. .If \ Assembly of God, the Rev. James Sowellf, tint Baptist Uottb
I I1 Church, the Rev Joe Olaeheat First Methodist Church, Rev,
,>'1 '' Gordon Craig j First Presbyterian Church, Rev Richard
'r. ." THIS WKKKl: ANN PAGE: PURE; CONCORD
t j Johansont Shiloh Baptist Church, the Rev Connie Johnson;
Rusarll Baptist Church, Rev Jack Hall) Hickory Grove Baptist
Church, the Rev A. D, Martini St. Marys Episcopal: 2 LB.
rIi Church, the Rev William P, Erwin and the Orange Avenue GRAPE JELLY
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Baptist Church, the Rev Jim McCnllongh. This' In called Jar t
the greatest number of participating churches that have
FEEDING TIP Joined In a cooperative effort In a number of years.

1 'nIc CAr n:D FWM nw WLB /ewpWA'KtfOO Mode at the services will be under the direction of the
: Rev.William P,Erwin vicar of St. Mary Episcopal Church. White or Colored Bathroom Chef Bo-.b.Dee
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R"Mr Opp OH .QOALT', ( College at Princeton, N. J. 151/2 OIJ PKGS5 89*

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49'Y LifeA Thursday, March II Saturday, larch tO
One 1.Lb.Can White Beauty
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FINE: MEMORIAL With $780 er More Order \\ $1000 I.r'We Order
FOR A LOVED DOG
Friday, March IIQtllS
Sunrise Service By Bob 'i.C.-.nl.r Fiery Day
rrkklM rl Food : I I : SIZE TV TABLE: sot PLAID ST.t'lrSUh

All over the world there IreI \\ III00 or :More Ordn Given
memorials dedicated to loved Away Every Day
departed dogs, In England: fur
t..mpl.hf' "i a rnnnun cat
to Uyrons old friend Boat' Ml' 'RRAT'8 PEANUT BtTTrR Jane Parker Golden Cinnamon or) Jane Parker light Tender
wain, at Newstead Abbey. In'
,,...... ;d Edinburgh there one erected<
by the citlnni to GrtjfrlsrsU.hby SUGARED DINNER
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DONUTS
In our own country, Its tho1'eter ROLLS
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'Ih /l ltt '. Docks on Dogs established In
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6:00 a.m. : them e\tremely rare ari: rtnerallv 2.R.'IN' rut Sit! IM\T \SKLTS:
found only In the tryst I
mweums of Eat and al n. fD,1,' Slantnx .1!

? I every Europe thing It coven ever written tort about en s ' Ji I Strawberries 1 I 389cKttchup
s-ftrsvr: j:=.j
dug*. ,history. pre. verse S'S- .
FI .Easter Sunday} March 29, 1964 I twos works ev.n po'phUu! '' rig 21a'ta.: 4'% 'I
.hy dog toovi. and tioAreMeor .- 'N R -1t tI w "J 11" tilt TI "1lf f I If!
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