The Clay County crescent
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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: April 30, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Weekly Editors. Candidates In Homestretch :.

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Pick WinnersMayor For Tuesday Primary Election

Hsydon Burn and Fred Dickinson will battle! In the 1
second primary of the governor's race with burrs emerging uFlorid.
.'. next chief executive an independent (ran roots poll

conducted The Flagler br a Tribune state weekly at BunneU newspaper mailed Indicate questionnartes to Industrialization of Park Near I Heavy Vote Looked

f very weekly In the tate requesting "the real true grass roots '
picture In your county Make Inquiries If you are not certain J Says Commission. Hall Saunders
bow your area .tanda. but try to get the Information from For 'In1ot' Contest
neutral rather than prejudiced 101U"CeI.- P.-aised For Their CooperationOn d {
The Crescent was one of the papers polled and Indicated
its belief that Mayor Burns would carry Clay County and would the eve of Green Cove's biennial election next Tuee By ll.nry WsUnen III
te elected in a run-off against Senator Dickinson. day at which Mayor Edward B. Taylor, running for the Council . Chicken giblets were selling for 35 cent a pound and you
(Editor's Note: The Florida Institute of Public Opinion unopposed will be ratified the City Commission yesterday ; could purchase a nice fat hen for only 50 sent.
Hid this week after a Statewide Survey, the two men In the I expressed the most optimistic hopes for the Clt,'. future I Political speeches were even cheaper u the multitude of
'{un-off would be Mayor Burns and Scott Ken,.) .. tandlda.... In a three-hour marathon paraded the platform
Eighty editors responded with a few choosing to remain I I Negotiations are now in their final phase under which the :- one-by>one to make their pitch for rotes In the May B Democratic
ln nymoua. They were asked to Indicate one-two-three how City's new Industrial park will be Industrialized by a group primary.
they felt the tovemor'i race would go both In their own county headed by one of the great financial and Industrial figuresin r. The place was the Orange Park High School. The occasion
lend statewide. the nation. ,. was the rwu to last rally for Democratic candidates who this
Forty-two editors feel that Mayor Burns will be elected r week headed Into the homestretch
The Commission paid special tribute to the cooperation
overnor. Dickinson got the nod from 23. Although Scott The crowd was a large one but apparently not M Urge as
in these negotiations, under way for several months, of John .
1 efly fu outdistanced Jack Mathews In total mentions in both had been anticipated by the Committee In charge of preparing
Preston Hall president of the Bank of Oreen Cove, and StateRep.
Count and state categories, Mathews was ultimate victor In the barbecued chicken dinner This accounted for the surplus
8. D. Saunders who, they said, have worked tirelesslyIn v
the eyes of five editors to KeU,'. three. No editor picked Robert bringing them to nearfruition.Polls 1 of food which was advertised for sale between speech The
lush or Fred" Karl to win although three saw High as possible wt .'rrlrswd threat of rain probably cut do.ron\ the else of the crowd.
leader In his county to two for Karl. In Green Cove will open on Tuesday at I o'clock The Issue of non-candidates John Hall and Mrs. Grace Car
Only seven ballots left Burns name off while 13 failed to and will close at 7 o'clock that evening. A reorganization of lisle was raised during the rally as one of the few high points.
list Dickinson! u a contender. Their mentions were dominantly the Commission will be held at S o'clock that evening. Rep. Ham Saunders seeking to succeed' Hall u sheriff next
In the one.iwo' positions. By contrast Kelly piled up the major I, The Connlr's new lisle Benater-elrel.. Charley Jehns, efRterie year, told the crowd he welcomed Hall's support but If elected
portion of his support as a possible third place finisher. Is a fermer OevertMr ., Uriis. Us will be dean ., would take order from no one
the new I.n.... In spite ef having ne erp*,ltlen, griuUrJohiu "Clay County ranks 8th In else but has Always been a
Tuesday's Vote has attended and speken at sH the rallies la the leader In law enforcement" Mr Saunders said. "IUIl'1 advice
Teanly, prom 1_ I. became a man-atesl-Ih..Cesnty. Witha on law enforcement has been sought In 17 Counties! and when
Bagwell Named ByChildien's freshman ........nIaU'. glng Int. lb. least Acne at I'm elected I'll make It II. IH welcome his suggestions and the
I Edlterial Tattshsssee, Senster Jehns' eiperlenre and eeunsel will be suggtttlona\ of any resident In the county for improvement of

It Is to be ardently hoped and there Is good reasonto heavily relied en py the Ceanty'l new representative law enforcement Hut I wont tate orders from anyone
Home Society believe that a very large percentage of !the County's more Jennings Murrhee, the other aspirant for the Sheriffs Job.
than 9.000 qualified voters wm go to the polls on Tuesday and pal i" told the crowd he knew John Hall warn't backing him. He said
A l when elected he would dedicate himself to law
vote. enforcementnot
Ralph Bagwell president of and next month one 1s scheduled
the Dank Of Orange Park, has to open in Ocala. A date In recent weeks, every voter In the County has had ample political harkery and would be indebted not to one man but
been named to the board of I. will be announced later for an opportunity to hear or read and to assess the claims of to all the people! of Clay County, t
the local candidates, "We are a free &ald. "Itandtnc up to be counted
the Children's Home Society of office in Daytona Beach All
Florida. Jack H. Quarttlus. Of of this U part of the continuing The character and capabilities of all those whose nameswill not to be dictated IJI'OPj1-
Orange Park, ls a vice president effort the Society is nuking appear on the ballot Tuesday, we believe, should be weighed' Clerk Morse his record and the employment .
of the organization. j to bring Its services closer to In the tight of one question and one question only: How well can of till wife, Grace. In Ms office Mr. Carlisle's op.
The state president of therftoeiety the communities U serves.k this candidate serve Clay County. If a candidate serves the. potent Duke Webb had said earlier and In previous speechesthat
Mark HulteyJr.; said 'Walter R. Sherman reported County ,'cu. he (or she will directly or Indirectly, serve every I none of his relatives! would U employed In the office If be

j iww operating division Cot; the. that- t,0.ehUdren. received resident the County_ .. Is elected.
agency has been' established direct help and undemanding Attending all the Nttlee.. reading aVthsx-propagawOa.' of Mr. CarluU said N.wotdd male no atx>io laU& lot ..... ,
in the north central portion of. tare during 1063. Of these 179 each of these men and women seeking publM service and public ping his wife. "Bhe U not UM only relative working In pecourthous
the state with headquarter were pissed with adoptive par. trust inUit, we believe leave many a voter with mixed emotions .* he saJd. "And everyone aoqusJnted. with UM offle
in Tallahassee This followed ents. Ill couples filed formal and many questions. It Is unlikely that more than a quarter ; knows she ls an asset and her salary Is In line with others."
opening of a division office at application to adopt These and perhaps less of the qualified voters have attended any of the He laid the Stale. Auditor had praised the way his records
Orlando last year Three other many related services were rendered political rallies sponsored by the Democrat party. If this be .1Ae were kept and Improvements he had mad. In the office during
divisions are proposed and are by 45 qualified social true, three quarters, or more, of all the voters will cast their the past seven years has saved Uspayers thousands of dollars.
in' various stages of develop.rent. workers and some 70 administrative ballots on the basis of hearsay or advertisements.Very He also stated he was not a rubber stamp for anyone
An office In West Palm workers covering the few of the candidates, at any of the rallies'. have come Mr, Webb pointed out he had been cited for competencyand .
Beach Is now open for business state of Florida. to grips with the basic Issues that confront as a growing MLL (Integrity as a public school teacher and would bring these
-- -- ---- community, eager and able to attract new people. Very few of high Ideals to the clerk's job If given an opportunity He said
the candidates have anything to say that was of any Import* there would be no secret records or Inched drawers If he Is
area to the progress of the County or to the edification of Its elected.
I Child Drowned Near Kcysronc I aid In the heated race for the County Commission seat In
voters.Much of the talk of the candidates and even more parti A s.tltlrsl Mwrt rr. Jack R. Dar, wee le wU. .lyle t.,1I1 nutrlcl On, both Everett hey and Jack Day In rebuttals.trtUclsvd .
Lee Branford 7-y e a r-old water over his head friends cularly of their boosters and adherents has been based on ( have wsitd ene ef the *>rlm ,?'. SMt4 InteiMlve sad ef* Incumbent Utlher Wilson! for paving of a road to
son of Charles Branford of'' ssy he had just laid aside his extravagant rumor and gossip. Something like PO per cent of an fft-Uve csmptjgita, ....... ep atM. Chasse rash ratty sub the Russell Itepibt Church while other major secondary roads
Jacksonville, drowned In White| life preserver. this talk can be discounted U each of us presents himself at a 'elMsrd. lra>k-m..iited terp... ..... .he *..*. will, sink 10 bP."", .
Sand Lake, near Keystone,) A companion Casey Teats, I, the polling place. ,I .... ..r........ Mr. Day, If ...*.... win H IM eels e...-... TIM rebuttal came after Wilson clocked off a long list ef
Sunday afternoon soon after he'I gave the alarm. The County I By and large, we believe, the campaign has ben u trained. rnrMt+r ef Ike Surd ef Cetmlr C_...lt..l-*>*re road projects) and other Impwwnente whMh he said had been
I took off his life preserver. I director of Civil Defense and political campaigns, go IMS. sullied by Innuendo and rumor chic !...!. L llanllry r.*,.M. made during his seven ytare as a commissioner
According to a report of Constable the Keystone fire Department man rmgn. nave Been Mr, Day pointed out that only 10 per sent of the Ui money
Roy Bhasteen, the child i responded and young Branford And beyond that there are happy portents that the U sp-M on mute compared with 10 per sent for education.
was playing In the water In was given artificial res-1 candidates are gaining a greater respect for the voters This ls He pledged M a ewnmlMionvr la help raise additional tax
front of the summer home of plratlon by Dr. Sarah Wells and manifest In the serious disiustions of some of the younger men money for U* srhuul br brlneli Industry Into the eounty.
Mrs. Paw, Eyster, also of Dr Alfred WsUon. He was who seem to know something of the problems) of the jobs for 9i t'Y He said he fevered a compute rwnenUatlon el the school.
Jacksonville whose week-end'" taken to the Bradford County which they are lontMting and are willing to discus them on a system with non-paid .bmrd tnembersKvtvHt .
guest he warApparently hospital In a fire department high level. hey cited& his years ef eipertence M a supervisor!
the boy stepped ambulance by Charles, McOlave. I The CreMent unequivocally endorsee the candidacy of in .....nlllWi& wofk before hie retirement He. said this ei*
Into a hole In the HOOT of the He was pronounced dead by Dr Jesse Times He Is qualified under both State. and SouthernAMorUUon 1 f".O\\W''be helpful to him as a eomml slonr, As a retired
lake and found himself In Donald Chriatof fern. on arrival'!' 'of Colleges and Schools steraUrds. Ills opponent tof pets he said. he could depute full time u the job and would
I has promised he would In the future make himself quslitiod. + alwart vote fairly on all Issues He said. the eouniy also neededan
In all th* e contests one of the very bright new fans 1s i NI IIjIeterwa4 tad engineer and that he would work to get
that of Dear Baxlry lit Y. we believe an articulate. progressive I r ,. y Of*.
Climate [ / and very hopeful sew face fat the Count,'. political picture. The ra fur shad sutMrlntetMtent prodwed ne fireworks
anagerv. ( The Crescent trunks he would be a boon to the County school 5' as hd been. the see at previous. raOJes
,board If he should fail of election, he wtU be bf'anIlrtlflllatflt, Cabin Wheel said. U* jot ,....td a asble tdmlnlstra*
If he ls elected he will b* an asset to the school beard. tin U* "M rot nwMMftly one .r* had .orh4 In the schoolsrttem.
e In the contest. for the District I. County ComaiUMon aUnt his education "bestrosod .he .labeled. himself
there are two mm who are eonteeUng for the east of the M "tlie candidate. *he cam* and pledged. to provide More
I II tnrumbt Cthn of lht. we believe, would .b..* a plus In the rellonl training evpnrtunltlM fw the sthuol system.
years ahead Very serious charges have been leveled agalntt 11wIncumbent. Jw Tyi.. abo s-eklng the poet teld the erowd the.

I I' sf html system le ",,.,\ wi" for a refn-4pttl sun to providebftdorthlp .
Ij The Crescent cannot dictate. to anyone what be lot she! I ... said he hd pf-,114 himMlf M a pre,........
dare ta the Voting booth. The tmporU/4 point U te vote what s chtml man and had s.*nl the past .It y..r. as a school man.
rk r R ga'etrA your eor ctenre teOs you." And then the eaptoiM and Uw king" Ouk-n tef.tel) Candidate' Iliad DtoslWMW appeared at the
have departed wfarn the votes are evunted. Irt us all stole I A ... and .....>to amersps.yw, I*** ....,, Is rvsMtngItertrt easy briefly to speak In his r.n brJf IU old the armed anMUil
down and support that who are alerted .tw ,r they soar '*>. use 1M label. larr/ ....... ....,.a I..' MIIhtws. . "t. ports ..... he si In the Wad ,f. pledged l to tow-tan*.
j day County fa m a greet retMtceriM. The people.1 Burl Is rg.r*>d as .. el la* k4 npr-*UU**. el the UH. '1Ib.., IT Ihrouffe the eewly
Inc1 ft. e* Chests CwtdWonli.:. a* Johns MavlDe wlfl no4ndrrvund sees ....mtIaa ep r....' .......... .M see ........ S. Ie -- ..- - -?___. .s i
.IIU any eo .u.a" YrfigbWW.t.tYpwey 1 a.4He I* r M..y Mlisel ." *... ..... sk ........ el the
of ,..." er rusMT that SMy foOov rt Twedsys tmntu I I (11l..r .. .*4 ('......... k* k ...., rend Is Ik* gas.Miss. .
Seeks! OP
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? For OP High Band Savings & L anAssn .

The OtanieB rut 1Utbkbaw4 ewttert, puuu awk ass .l*. A grassy h.....d bf Jose. TMge, Orange fart attorney.wWI i
gd ram. Met s... cr. ...1 Mk Uf4.fsl llonM' Loan Sank
aessd B..sJf.. .letter) .rw .JNt sestet lt wrml Sand riI spaw.r e r Buard for permission to
".... aad ettMT *! *it t int. ..1I. .,l.ntoe and u.,nJk Federal Mvtngs and loan
n- .I oeUllon
ml, at ca.... C......... Geese Gee peal SecretI. caa.. asRss.e : Election Issue
elms te Gran C... City Msaagee Pre Ilk H-> a" .uut. at s Marge ., II. tut a*** In Ovao.. hr'
Ue Dee
Dctst M ..... M ttobttn ones .1 AoI... I J.oIIfII time In ways
l"e' D. ftt.... ... W Ms *..,*.,'* Ia.w.c * I > appeasing Not Issue
ri (
..*. *e....... TritaJsi UM a-nt .x .. *a, n.*..'. .***.... Fart. frm I sail f stetasdsr ,...,. 51 .... The C4wesg teeg..-* wrt tie hi r sit g Ahab. *f ThO<< .wM... Use $..M'd wttt forwbfcT UM apoUcallon at
r. i..a Isaapred. h eafw's'. dewMpsrNe al Cape W beta Arfrsy Uxrtrte A tMB .+rm *i* k* as the CUM .... ss esrly Wi.... e.,.. ...MNI Mal f*. I It e'flwt. Mar II, to. 'Its Wuhl/wton hMdquarters.Otn .
g'e'yser. *,. .rtd'se' a a.th..1 JW****** sad a gr yg..-4CeJlrge. dt'UwM5 ,.par.. III sting peel. seraM fVWMM Wv .!.... ..m 4sM fM4 day iMr.a,n M M ... tit g"t ee4,111. M ps.W lilt nestere I n .tIIt vtll SMM In *hatf ., seU lUhmen& ef the
> Is ...... .. brtftg IhflT ktMlk. fWHSMaw .- awes and Mare -... n Me Pftttl Amutron flank W,
p+bMAas. has .*.. .tLai w ......, T"-- ... tap etetaea M1.da ad T** Cr w 4M 'f a od g
+ me w he w De -.. a..ww hit ethos WA chmol Meals tear s. to ta* ..., efUvrr kycr A4 s4nrwag mete rid" neidne. SUM M pay S/e I.*.., Jr. /MMS C (real.. Liz Thomas f lUrdln. Dr WHHam
e 4.. .. fd n""" De6 54 ,.... me .... .nasal 1M ..... N koalA tang lan>.emto SMH4 .. to ...... Cnwee4 el* ........,.. A. M..lnrd ad RoJaM fliteh TewnMnd. 1
.... epersUq bt swtorftfrwto. Adraswes UW p! l a s e.bsb MCfwt ". ..***'. .".,. If ......d M witt l. the County tint Federal sartngs
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PAGE TWO OKay (Eountij Crescent( THURSDAY, AFRO. It, 114

ClUnV( County dresceutJtotlifefter! Candidates And Voters Lewis Wilson ExplainsAid Paid Politic ,Advertisement

Continued from Page One To Handicapped

Voting assistance to physically the aid of two Inspectors or of I I Vote

impaired voters of his own choosing at
bY DUNCAN GRONER wu explained a person
this week by Lewis E. the polls. I
A movement to dlsencase the leg of American males "
Wilson supervisor of registration.
from trousers and put them in shorts during the sultry sum If the voter does not have

mer months has been afoot for some years.I a this certificate on his own pen-! JACK R. DAY
have just put the movement on two feet. As a matterof Under Florida law Mr. WUon son when be presents himself to
fact, when I emerged into the 90-degree heat one day laid, a voter having a physical aff1d.\'tl''
vote, be may make an
last week wearing a pair of 8-year-old Ladybird Johnson Impairment may apply fora
blue shorts with peau de sole pockets, two dowagers In thee special registration certificate -I I No such aid U available to
County nearly fell out the window of a moving automobile, I illiterate voters.
entitling him to receive COUNTY COMMISSIONER
so eager were they to case my gams. I
As one official of the Bank of Green Cove Springs put Ti ,
it, my legs look like two sticks stuck together with a coupleof
knobs Since it Is bruited about that I quit writing for I DISTRICT 1
the County's progress, which was described by some of our Paid Political Advertisement
aspiring candidates as "us" way back months ago, and
since the Bank of Oreen Cove alnt us, I had to forgive his ,l1 f.
G II+" 'q i k
tart comments.
Someone else, surveying my legs said I looked like 1 G Z1
a tourist So, I'Ve been a tourist around here for about two
years now, loafing as any tourist has a right to and, if you AMk
listen to "us", drunken and disorderly, with Potllkker a 1 !

sort of modernday version of Thomas de Quine,'. "Con A paternal Joke U enjoyed by Mrs Gordon Bandrtdj* In
fession of an Opium Eater" a kte-a-tete with her father, 8. Bryan leanings
111 tell you.being a reporter U an exciting business,
even if you don't display your legs In public. I have no will
to pit my pins against the likes of Sandra Stump. From
pictures I have seen hers cum and Indent at Just the right
places. Mine are strictly ntllltarian. They are scarred by a 3a''J
recent collision I had with a driver for my friend Hervey
Robinson and less recently- by a bottle of champagne
which I almost literally threw myself upon in an effort to i1 I
protect, at my own Jeopardy Z have no varicose veins In
my legs and they are not what you might call woolly, ,
I Just can't figure out why it is improper for a man to ,
show his pins in business and why it 1s proper for some
madam to show hen The unwritten law says if I am a
depositor at the Bank of Oreen Cove Springs (and when I
mention that name I am deeply conscious I am not writingfor
"Us". I should stuff my legs as if they were some of n
Leroy Wilson's link sausages, Into trousers; but old Mrs.
Varicose can wander around the AP, shoving a pushcart
ahead of her bearing witness to the fact she uses the latest .ti ,fir h s r'x
Lady Schick razor and It still won't hide the exposure
Including: Charles Evans Hughes, who was a regular
Sunday morning visitor to my family house, wherein he
and my father went for long walks and discussed the State .t
of the Nation, the only, man lIVer knew who wore striped
trousers and a cutaway seven days a week was an under. Will TOUR CIIILD
attend school
a next year NOT
taker In my home town, Norfolk. (disparagingly dismissed ACCREDITED by the Southern Association?
last week by my friend. Hugh Smith, by the name of The last official communication received' from the
Oliver.One A sunrise. visitor and speaker WM Fred. 0 DlcklnwivM I Florida Committee of the Southern Association by the COUNTY HAVE BEEN VERY NATURALLY -
evening, In his later years, my father, over his .( three gubernatorial candidate who have prmnallrspoken school now ,
toddy and the evening paper,suddenly exclaimed: "My Ood, In the Covaty. accredited.WARNS

A number of us were witness to this and we demanded (Staff ,beto* by O M K.M)
in unison: "Why""Why "Article I, Section p, AUTOMATIC ACTION ON THE CHARGES LEVELED AGAINST MY ,
!" h. cried, "Because Mr. Oliver U dead. No one CERTAIN SPECIFIC DEFICIENCIES' i
but Mr Oliver with his striped trousers and cutaway could Consistent with policies of the Central Reviewing
bury him.I I I If" Committee of the Commission on Secondary OPPONENT, MR. WILSON.; I AM TOLD
do not ask to bury anyone. Schools action In the case of the following de. '
I bring this crusade, .to dllencueh..'legs or Clay -;" I II' ficiencies ls tematie at the nest meeting of the THAT AT A RECENT MEETING BE- ,
County's finest men .to you. I am warmed by your response Association following the occurrence of the deflcleney -
to my crusade. I will look at other men's legs without M :
prejudice with equal fairness to all 1 The appointment or election of an unqualified
But let no one fall out the window of a car staringat Superintendent. (Principle E, Standard I), (AU
any dlsencased legs. Mine will be on view until Labor / of. the accredited schools In the system are COUNTY VOTERS HE WAS ASKED
Day Z ask others to unmask theirs. Join me In this fight for J drops4 from the accredited list) ,

Setters to tljc I, iEltifor Okeechobee, Fla.

? . Mr. Jesse P. Tynes. Jr. urn HE DENIED THEM ALL WHEN HE

To the Clay County Crescent: To the Clay County Crescent: I General Supervisor
After reading your editorialo With reference to two articles uflk Twa-Iit P. O. Box 211 WAS ASKED IF HE PROPOSED SU
Mr. Summerlln, I have I that appeared In The HUNK Orange Park FloridaRe

reached only one conclusion cent on 11 April and 33 Cree-I : School Accreditation ING THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
Tour wrtU-up. U a publicity I would Ilk* to take off m BALANCED WHEELS I Dear Sir:
stunt to see how many people I' to both Mr. Cercy and We In Okeechobee County have experienced losingour
listen to W APE and the Dlno, Day .,..,' accreditation in our school, when we had an unqualified CHARGE' HIS REPLY WAS SIMPLY:
Show. I Z do not know either of these .% D.,,"! tart ,. UM, (rotating, wing person fill the office of county superintendentof

I am assuming you are considering . gentlemen, but I have heard .'''"....,laillt _tKtl-wnbolonco. con I..., schools. "NO I JUST CONSIDER THE SOURCE.
seen and-or met Messrs Wilson. Now some people think this accreditation II I of little ,
using their station
"Iy.t.nl-klh" | In U .
your ol .1\4 "
medium l for advertising I Oreen. Murrhee and Kno..lre.I hlgS- Importance but If they will only look Into It a bit further
Therefore you choose our num..I Mr Cercy, why persecute Mr. speed highway driving.. ,.,,'11 t., .p I. they will see how very Important It U to the student and IF THIS IS WHAT MR. WILSON
.her one dies jockey This gives Knowlre when he hat been SO% mot miltog' (torn yowl *iotmi,,,*.... to our school systems. U a school Is not accredited It If
you a general Idea from his 'doing th work that Messrs r*,lo<* sins, and, you'II enjoy, tmooth, not because It downt want to be but because It does not
meet' the necessary requirement' SAID I SAY THIS IS A PRETTY SILLY "
Wilson, Oren and Murrhre
listeners and old
many young |nony.|.,,,"., ..i...>" 'riving, Fatff.IiLrait I Newspaper article ,
U we an enjoy a chuckle | should have been doing t The were published in the TSRIMTriton
It lam wrong In my assumption I only thing I know they art and the Fata heath HIM about what would ANSWER. HOW STUPID DOES HE
' then I must say your good at Is trying to convince happen If an unqualified person was elected to office Tome
people and take credit whenIt V a person who knows this and still runs for office certainly
write-up\ was In poor taste and
showed me nothing U not due them. E dote not have the student Interest at heart. Suchan THINK THE VOTERS OF CLAY COUN i
Mrs. M.Fulmer Mr Day, you mentioned that I WHEEL BALANCE CHECKI I act ls only for a selfish reason.
JacksonvilleEditor's I Mr Wilson was dragging hu j What happened In Okeechobre County was that the TY ARE?
fort Well,, I don't think he SERVIcTAcros majority of the voters had not been told that the person
{ Notet The editorial'on the only on. who has been doIng JIM CREWS GULF running for county superintendent\ was not qualified' until
Dlno not only gave us an that for quite a number, "I I IWlttrilla'N'if.g after she was elected! Into office. I HAVE OUTLINED A PROGRAM '
Idea of how many people listento \ years The load ls much heavier Front The AP My son who baa been an "A" student throughouthigh
WADE; but. more Impor.Untljr now than It was then so Oren Cove school wanted to attend Georgia Tech and one of
to us,' of how many they are all jumping off the I $1.00 the first questions on the application blank was. "I* your FOR THE COUNTY COMMISSION: OF
hUh school accredited. You can Imagine! how I
people read The Crescent. aron now and trying to push\ upset
Editorially. The Crescent has I but I am afraid they have1 I was when we lost our accndltaUon hen When kanwd' AIDING I IN I THE INDUSTRIALIZATION
called Presidents. dirty 9OI'di. waited. too long A.h"J d r. Nhdvt of this through the MUI HrraU. I felt It wa my duty ,
king and queens numbskulls, I 'just finished reading a I I not only to my son but to an the youth to are what could
be done.
and vast movement Idiotic. ropy of The tlrmo concerning' ,
Nothing but nothing ever set. the Doctors Inlet rally and I I wrote to 00,. Bryant Thomas Bailey, and the

the \telephone to ringing the y I wonder how many persons have (lever - - -- Southern! Association of Colleges and Secondary School. IMPARTIALLY WITH ALL THE RESIDENTS
way. the editorial on Mr. Sum. sent a boy to do a I After many conferences and many Improvements necessary
merlin did. Most of the callers man'sq to meet the rvqutrment our unqualified super*
Job. Z gun the toocI I II
tntendfnt was replaced by a qualified pmon and we were OF THE COUNTY OF HAYING
branded' as traitor, wind. I think about that when. they go' ;
I i put buck on the accreditation bC The graduate last year
bag, no-nothlnii and a few to the poll to elect\ anew
other assorted and unprintable sheriff and remember' they -!. -Il- were not a* fortunate. THE COMMISSION BECOME SOMETHING -
It ts a lot tatter to keep something we already have
It U not that we tare the have had a good one for the
BeaUs less, but D* ihov n 1 past U yearsII than toiMeltandtrytogttlt back so many condition
more. II. Oeyer Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. have to be mc and Ms of espm I* Incurred. If my THAN AN AGENCY
letter has helped la any way to kp your accreditation'
- I It win have bm well worth lea time to write It. THAT EITHER BEGS BROWBEATS
Or*** Cove tswt,,t. Sinrmty yours.' ,
n eooe POI C.GOOf '.. vat gexSCI'VUNCAN I Ihe* A IWUf Deal .. M4 Vast "fill11 Male Ill e-OUdyt M Rankin


lucmcIIOZA- - .71 5. FOR o v ruvlN ILXDCHT OF FCBUC IN-
Ever TKUWM I' CrKU ,...*.. Map. ( .... ....u.. are ftettatg ... lav rn..VFa -< CLAY COUNTY IS ENTITLED TO
0. ... t>/
'' C* t riiotcs 8TRCCTION.VOTE
'I'Jtct.IoIMLU ewose ,*.'-temt.'* ..* F11l11 IM line" TYNES THE BEST IT CAN GET. IT DOES

pr.- pave t.11rN N. a Irv. hat WN. "M.MaU11CRIPTION t* lag m-jw oca" -
Ottf UAft IN AWANCf aATq. +.- .... ... t/ I QUALIFIED NOW NOT NO W HAVE IT.

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Efotj( County(!! Crescent!!
THURSDAY. APRIL 20. 1M4 FADE >rBradford
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Fair On Gerbracht Saunders "; I i

Engagement AnnouncedMrs. II II I I II I Announcing l i I

riinrii? OF OOD MISSION l

S. T. Winfree announce graduated from Baptist Memorial I Services At :'I o'clock Every Sunday .
the engagement of her Hospital School of X- Old! -time Singing And Preaching
ter Linda Kay daUih-1 Ray Technology.
FmU and Bay Streets from .
across depot
Tracy L. Saunders Jr. Mr. Saunders U a graduate
-. MM Oerbracht is the daughter of Clay County High Schoo' Oran Core. :
of Mr. A. C. Oerbracht and and of Georgia Southern College 4 I' The Rev. j j.Arturo I
Mr. S. T. Wlnfree of Miami In StateeboroOa.. Y / Chfsnutt
Springs Mr. Saunders 1 II the The marriage will take placeat S _
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy 7:00: o'clock on August 1, : '. fir'' 1 ------- ; !
Saunders. Sr. In the Olynlea! Methodist I !
Miss Oerbracht. a graduate Church. Friend and relative Paid Political Advertisement :
of Englewood High School. are Invited

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Paid Political Advertisement Ray Chance

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North Florida Strawberry Queen Unda ling gin* I* shown _

nailing DP a potter Inviting people to attend the first NaUonal
Strawberry Festival and the 14th Bradford County Fair
The Rev William 8. (Saunders pastor ef the Oak Hill
which will continue through Saturday In Starae. 1I1"'on.aptlat Church ef Gainesville. will .bo the principal
-- --- speaker at the annual hemecomlng ef the Oak 0,... 4TH DISTRICT, CLAY COUNTYMy
Missionary nspilst Church, three mile south ef
CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS when It has It* annual homecoming service en
I Asunder Is a former puler at the church. He
I1 Rep. S. I). ""nd.re. qualification for this office are u follows:
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'b'e Director. Civil Defense and Rescue Units Clap County
Paid Political Advertisement English veteran World War II and Korea graduate of State of
Morgan Florida Peace Officers Training program have been
moclated with law enforcement duties for the put
Announced nine yean, completed courses In Military and Inter
El1J Js national Law member of Keystone Height Volunteer
to f Fin Department for UM pail eight year
Mr, and Mn. Jame I. Morgan ;; school In Jenktnsvlll 8. c.1
I of Ft Meyer announce served three yean with the U fleeted I will cooperate! with all law enforcement
the enticement of their daughter U A Navy and attended Holmes agencies and court I will make myself available In every
r Anita, &to the Rev James I I Thf'OlotIlcal8tmlnarr In Green part ot District\ /. day and night and will conduct courtIn
f I English eon of Mr, and Mrs vtllt, a. C. He U now pastor a cnurtmu and fair manner for all eltlsen u preeeribed -
Palmer English of Green Con I The wedding will take placeof by law,

I Spring I Pentecostal Church. Your vote' U solicited\ for UM Office of Justice ..tbe
i iI iI ii The bride elect attended at 9.JO o'clock on May t. at UM
"Peace 4th District, Clay County
school In Walnut Rldie Ark., Pentecostal Holiness Church.
and wu graduated from the All friends and relatives are
American school of Chicago.Rev. ,. I Invited.
English attended high
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,. am asking for your vote and support to elect me
to the Board of County Commissioners from District No ,
liii 5. served you on this Board from It&l through I960. In OTTESTt""f .I
: asking you to return me to the Board for another four .. .
year, I promise.\ to work wU.hhe Board Member u In the*. ..... \ ,
past and auure you that I will always be available to help '
you with arty problem that may arise. ;P
Oo to the Poll on Mal BUi and elect a capableand
qualified man who will represent you the People E.IIiLS.
Glenn Allred of Clay County . .In the proper manner. It' YOUR
I BOARD. YOU and ONLY YOU have the privilege of
electing the right 1ftIn.I .

I Your vote' and active rapport will be greatly appreciated.

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER L.H. "Lanny" Lancaster

DISTRICT 2I 1-- - -

Paid Political Advertisement
am a resident of Clay County and have lived In
Orange Park for IT yean. I was educated In the public TOWN'I
school of Florida and attended the University of Florida FOR PROGRESS IN OUR SCHOOLS
for two year My family and I are active member In the
Presbyterian Church of Orange Park where Z an presently
serving a* Ruling Elder ELECT
I have been a buslnea man for 35 yean, having beena
partner of Leach and AUred. general agency In Jackson*
vUl, Florida for 20 yean. With this bualnea administrative
experience I feel I am qualified &to work with other
School Board Memben In properly managing the finance
of the school, equally for Khool'i need'
I Ii; Having actively participated In our local P.TA. meet .'I
lOll regularly and worked closely& with other P.T.A. mem a ,
ben for the put I year. I know how badly more operating e,. roe I a41sr
fund are needed to effectively carry out a decent educational .
I program. During these yean I have also learned
from parent and faculty member of other schools of
\ Clay County that they too. have similar nrt'dI.1 have beena
leader of the working crew for the Carnival and other
fund-ruing project of my children's school Orange
Park DemenUry and Orange Park Jr.& High whkhha
enabled the P.TA. to supply our schools wth facttiUeewhkh
should have been furnished\ through Clay County
School Fund
I have worked closely with the teachers of thaw two
schools and have pee.oneW learned their problem, there d 'M
I..... I feel I have flied-h& 4 Information that would ON THE TEST TRACK
better enable me to snot In the proper solution of tt..*
and other problem*. r CHAMP'I
Ovf rwe4 schools: more teachen and better allot
teachen: students' transportation: hoots'eurrtruhav:
more and better recreational and ethleuc equipment; and
other much needed lovprwvesnenU wlfl be dUigcaUy studied Sidney F. Burris I
and Improvement made an accordance with their
and available trad I cone that the preeenOy
need II want to drive winner and drrv that 9 of 10 tests''II
available fund, when used wisely, could give a* toonvaXs i you a Plymouth won out
rewindcr our Ud dot.. MEMBER a bargain; too. Me us. We haw the at WatkIns Glen recently. Ten tests of
definite proeabe I. tervt each ctuaon
of Oar f reads County ene for better education lev their thlldms to I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I same models' in our showroom as the the "things you buy a car for"l I Ii

the best tt *y aUHty, I .N ........... ...-... ........ c-- '....... issseae twmM MP. e-.-.... earn.d Ut gs..ey ho
I urge each ettaen te ge U. the poQs May gel and -q..e. MM ... ewr e. ........ we.......... -- Its'a'.e sad euewwed 1M Mdse .s',...... gee
vote tar a CandJdaU whe ha atreotfy peeve Me d*.. SCHOOL BOARD DIST 2 I e M Pmt to. et 'fees fx**.U. 1. A. '

ratio I* war arhoos. Wet a Ma* she is rfnrvre to .alAI Us effkw GET A HOT DEAL ON THE HOT CAR
for rastiwr, the heel e* ear etna***, else eta ads be ..t4wy
"YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATIONIS any .* pre *n e. artantailsasx tl wfl ria*..a.,i4, ail
the FTC** e* Clay Covaiy to the .*. .. el ., abflsty, A SEE YOUR RED-HOT PLYMOUTH DEALER
.*. whe bead eoowk. fcvsenM to Oaf Midi U eeUMMiy "" .
MY CONCERN" baser..e to the ....\., to Uh I ftee I ...M lots
to that to ahem the iotl.. t4 Oay Cewtfy wise UeWe
a* IM4 .*. gds to ae wMle vWUa to tic.v Maw. I Clayton Revels Chrysler Plymouth Inc.
GLENN ALLe Te the I ki.e ..t ..*. able to **e IItMomtI ** pug ,
afloat. May M.
j I.... K>*T1 O&. *U ATtXtl Chill COT WUMOtl'


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/ SIX (Eay( >1 (Eountg ((lrtsctnt'T!
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Mr and Mn W A. Under j celebrated their birthdays with

wood of 550 Drove street, en ]I a party at the Underwoodhome
tertalned her brother and sis :
ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs C J. Attending the celebrationwere ,, 4-H ClubNews : '' I f'rd

Jones, of DeBary, Fla last : Mr nod Mrs Tom Entre-

weekend' kin, their four children, and
On Sunday Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Ronnie Hall all

Jones and Mr. Underwood of Jacksonville
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By George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra L. Reese,
I YHiU by a.rr( M asses C.. lewd
Highlight of the local 4-H council secretary: will be Carol
club program during the last Spearman also of Green Cove.
week were the two 4-H club Council delegates are Jon
HERE'S HOW play days held a Oreen Cove Stump. Green Cove, and Carroll
fi FLORIDA'SSENIOR and Orange Park. Baker, from the Keystone Helm !

', / SENATORSPESSARD Some 150 4-H club boys and Heights 4.11 club.Approximately. ,
girls gathered at the Charles 75 boys and
L. E. Bennett school. Softball, girls gathered at the Orange
kickball races and good fellowship Park High School for their Funeral Home
HOLLANDSTANDS Jon Stump Craig Ma. area play day Activities were
quire John Oeohagen, and the same as the Green Cove
ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCESenator Ronnie Wall. acting as Junior area play day.

I Holland strongly' support midical oiilif-, I Leaden, supervised all of the Coming up Is the first 4-H 1.- Funeral Director
once to Florida elder cillzeni. Two proposed have games events day, to be held at the
been offered . Medicare and the Ktrr-Milli approach Highlight of the program University of Florida. Gainesville !
2S4 !9606!)
Medicare offers only limited hoipilalnatlon was the election of the Clay Friday I and Saturday. At a dance last Friday evening at the Court House Annex
I and Is financed by additional Social/ Security taxes County 4-li Club Council. Ed. I May 1 *: 2. Eddie Taylor, recently which climaxed the 4-H Play Day left to rights Sandra Reese, GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
administered by the Government. It covert all old die Taylor, of Oreen Cove, was elected District V, 4-H Assistant Home Demonstration Agent Pat Bryan, and Pat HUT. l< EAST P. O. BOX 44S
I persons, rich and poor, but does not cover doctor elected to serve as council I representative will be participating Wells pick out records for the dance, which was well attended.
I billi. On the other hand, Kerr-Mills covers both ho.I .- president for the coming year. In the reorganization
pital and doctor bills and protects only these who Vice presidents, both from I of the State 4-H Council Eddie -
have the need It Is financed and administered by Oreen Cove, are Nancy Novak I is one of the 20 boys and
our state with large Federal support. Our entire and Craig Maguire Serving as girls tha will be representing Paid Political Advertisement
Florida delegation In Congress voted for the Kerr some 45,000 4-H club boys and
Mills approach Our state legislature approved It girls In the state of Florida.
for a two year period as did 36 of our stales and Murrhee Miss Carroll Baker, 4-H club To The People of Clay County
territories. We are committed as a state" and nation member from Keystone Hel-
I to try the K.rr-Mllls approach for two years. If Insurance Agency ghts, will be participating in
,changes are necessary, we can make them to assure the finals of the state 4-H
adequate medical ass'stance: to our older cltitens. public speaking program Carroll I
I"I'abl' i'nllrlrnl/ ' AJvrrlMmrer,' )
i will also be representing I
4-H club District V. There will Luther E. "Cooler" Wilson
be ten finalists In the public I
speaking' program
The Clay County 4-H vegetable .
Judging, grading, and
lilt! : RICHARD r.rvnnnr- Identlflcalon team will be par. CANDIDATE FOR RE ELECTION n !,
AMmPhone tcllpatlng In the state finals of
the Vegetable judging contest
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ter of Comdr and Mrs George
Center, of Orange Park has
seen named editor of the yearbook
; at Florida Southern College Asks you to look at his record on the Board and AF ,.
in Lakeland base your judgment on FACT Instead of FALSE CHAR v.

I ..,..i. DES
While serving you as County Commissioner from
Walth' District No I, LUTHER: E: (COOTER>)> WILSON did:

I SYSTEM and to levy the one/half mill tax to finance It.
I MADE TilE MOTIONTo 'b4 w; r
S"I put back Into the budget the one/half mill tax
I needed to finance the PUBIC HEALTH CENTER This
I MVY 1,
building Is now almost! completed and Is one of the most ROAD
Thru beautiful public buildings In Clay County
acquire the property that Is now the Court House PUTNAM COUNTY LINE
7.00 AM I HumlajM Annex This property saved the County about 140000 PENNEY FARMS TO CAMP BLANDING ROAD
each month In rent which It had been paying VOTED FOR AND WORKED FOR
The following roads to be built under the Bond
6:3:1: :) AM' ,Uuk.lajH. MADE THE MOTIONTo Issue:
with get from the State of Florida 1500 feet of old McRae Road (S miles>)>
Shands Bridge for a fishing pier HIBERNIA ROAD Ife miles)


Pastor of the 8t Marys To approve 16,000.00 worth of Improvements to the miles>)>
I county jail LONG BRANCH ROAD (S miles)

open every commission meeting with prayer In an )
Green Cove Springs effort to try to keep spiritual growth In public life RUSSELL CHURCH ROAD lltt miles)
r The construction of a Juvenile Shelter, The contract STRUTS! IN KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS (i miles>)> BIDS FOR
for his building Is now being worked outOTEDFORANDWORKEDFOR. I THESE: STREETS: LET THIS WEEK

I 12 \' : ,I The above roads are either finished now being built
I The establishment of the INDIGENT HOSPITAL- or the contracts have been let This Bond Issue costs the
WFGA TVJacksonvWe RATION FUND" on a matching buts with the State of II County 11 per cent Interest. AQ the money that has
jryti r 4id Florida This action took the management of the hospital I not been spent was \Invested In the bank at US per cent
I funds for the needy out of the hands of the politiciansfor Interest and Is now drawing IM per cent. Instead of
the first time II earn the county money and enablesus costing the County money, the County ls making a profitof
- to help more people I I almost! one/half of one per' cent.

Clay county to get a road right of way from the I The City of Oren Cove Springs get streets paved around -
Federal Government through Brannan Field This right of Charles' E.: Bennett School and Clay High School
( k. way will be very valuable when we are able to build a road I I and to Clay Memorial Hospital

.d 4fy ," . from Mlddleburg to Cecil' Field NOW WORKING FOR

Brat Coape claw;Cw Seat leer,tarry /U Xwe,Gnu A/MM, amft Veile.I'fcmM /.role. TOTED FOR AND WORKED FOR I The four lining of Highway No. IT from Green.
Cow Springs to the Duel County HIM Preliminary survey
The construction of boat loading ramp throughoutthe work has already begun on this road to four
5 secure a
different ways to make a big splash Coonty. We now have them on Black Crete Lake lane right of war.
I Omen Hideout Ferry' and In U* City of Green Cove
l'it"tJI"yoblgarr6unnlonluiro! Springs,

Jt'i ceMhe-cotUte-mJy Urn. Iut4he4 boatdn. .. ...it<>r tin*. l\a.wb.1I! time. Trade 'N. I The County to furnish two rooms at Clay Memorial
Travel' Time at your Chevrolet deaWa" Time to pt out of that wintertime rut. &Into ono Hospital!
of Chevrolet's rest highway performer tOTED FOR WILSON IS DOING THE JOB

Now It', easy' to r> \scation Ant ck -.!thout |111)1/11! a flrtUUes prV.. In a The County to get land and aeceee reads at several
luxury Jet-smooth (Chevrolet for exsmpk.This Usuty rUsU. Just, about any car In si)Ug I pUee in Clay County for garbage tiunvpa.
perfurmsnos" and comfort Or try a totally IM*' tyve of tl'l'-.I J) In tU! youthfully st>W *14e Is well qwofirM forKs
Clay County to gt front the Federal Government the
ChI""I! I"t..r
houn 1nal.1ot-.t surly aiu.I 10)1 easy hlll\llinl. new poifeon t\ end N.MCInJ .
Ftemlnf Island Satellte FtoU. The 1400 acre tract of
...All.rl Now thrifty Clew) II has hilt) Uiuntng M.rhde wtilwUi' him"-
punr. I'ftfcju Cmtr
offer tend Is now owned by The Clay County Development, VOTE FOR AND RE ELECT
extra rjo.rr that BiYmie in mad4t.gtgeg' ; h-Ir "CiM traction. wJla* K* rises the got.ewat.I Authority
'iWEXil&YU\ And the riming Corwtie iIe| *l* f-c Hari' .f. ladder." : SITTOKTED"

TIME Ve. right tww is new nr Un.. T-X-T Ttaw. Tim to get the now PANAMA CITY HERALDii7i1 I The School" Board la geUirtf their raw School Luther E. "Cootcr"Vilson
fun from a new rar To {H a grrat tilde ra your oU one Tt get a AdminMraUon BuUdtAf and voted to gtv thew financial
....--- bit choice at your Chevrolet "" .h'.. Cum* on lot! assistant

DtCIBkttgr5twogp/tf" f1'fillntu:. Yrlatg/xrMlkggOgvtrlfI)1iIlf, .tt,.nflf0Oi4lg/i1 The t.II prograa svrrorrnt throughout" the County There are TO THE
: I now .4cJuba ta Clay County
I The coMtruruoa of the feOowtnc primary .sod BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF

ROBERTS CHEVROLET secondary reacts. and WMfW:
Oranr and Park ..... III-W1 Grw Ceve *prt tt I .

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I (Hay County Crescent rAGE >

theme of the 2-47 meettnA /. I I I Rabies Clinic In OP Saturday I
technical: program ha been Paid Political Advertisement ,
IND CONTENTION scheduled, moderated by Frank i I
I The rabies Innoculatlon clinic I In the afternoon. The .
W. Hood. Forest Man- I A. Albert of Jacksonville for. pm. I I.IVQ
at Camp Blinding andC. eat counsel for the Florida Forestry for the Orange Park area will shot will be administered by
Greene his assistant, Association. YOU NAME IT An Open LetterTo be held at Orange Park Fire Douglas McKee, D.V.M. and
attend the Florida". Chapter I I SAP Chapter membership I Station on Saturday.The the fee will be at the reduced I
eastern section, of the So- fetal 411 foresters throughoutthe hours the clinic will be rate of $2.00 per animal.
of American Foresters,I state. held will be from 3.00: to 4.00:

11 contention at Daytona I Headquarters for the convention : RENT IT! The BREEZEAND I
11. May ,-.. I I will be the Castaway WE I II Paid Political Advertisement
mt: Land Taxation Is the Beach Motel. Daytona, Beach




Is M hues MCMtary U more tote a wkdMsU to

'order I te own a complete svUty ....... If roe ew. t let MC GEE'S' WELDING & RADIATOR SHOP Hull: '
In the country *r a small tewm yet art new twHfted I am a resident of Clay County having lived here : Mrs. Weigel !
Mines ....... til-Ill for half a century, I love this treat county of ours It's
..... FayMenl lit N. Orange
for FJUL flnancta with M snoney wonderful people and know them well.

on a brick S bedroom home M tow. as $41.77 per scent I have seen many elections' come and go. But I haw '
PIck Cp Lad Delvery Service Available yet to read such a flagrant piece of "political hackery" as I II
For complete laforataUen. fin U tilt eo.,.. below and was penned by The Breese last week against Jennings : FOR

mall te Dixie Quilt O.mes. F.O. Box 177 Orange Park Uurrhee. i
I I am Mrs Brine Fisher, the widow of the late Dr. I
Florida CHURCH NOTICE TRY A SMALL AD L. C. PUher, who brought Jennings Murrhee Into the
world. It'* true that Jennings was named after his father SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
Otto Jennings Murrhee, and he ls a "junior" He U a
IOn whom any father would be proud to have bear his I ,
name. Dub Jennings Jennings, not his father
NAME . . . .II......... ... ............. ...... ... Cor. E. Houston Si. BIG RESULTS I have known Jennings and his family all his life. DISTRICT 4 \
N. Magnolia A. They are truly among the "good" people of Clay County
GREEN COVE !SPRINGS his too: they the lifeblood
I know most of supporters are
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ADDRESS .. .. .......... II. FLORIDA of this County If they are hoodlums then I, too am a Ensure child's educational future by electing
(Directions If RFD) Services held Sunday I hoodlum. I am proud to be associated with Jennings and your .
at 11 a. m. his friends In any way" Even. Sir, If you choose to tag the person' who ean and will render a full-time effort J JI

TOWN .. ,. . . ... . . ._ . . . STATE . ..., . SabjeetlEVERLASTING PUNISHMENT, me with a base name I exercising the mature Judgment gained from many yean
I do agree with' you that "those who know they are
May I. 1M4 I whipped are getting desperate" If every voter In Clay I of successful business and public office eiprrlence.
PIIONE.. .. II A cordial Invitation Is extendedto (9:, County had attended all the political rallies this year as I
I have It would be very obvious who U getting whipped. I I t
attend our services. I The facts are. that at the Doctors Inlet rally you referred
to. Jennings was Interrupted by lengthy applause four Paid Political Advertisement
times during his speech There Unt a political candidate
I II alive who wouldn't welcome' such wonderful response from REELECT
1 a group of voters.
I II 1I 1I I "You could have heard a pin drop" quoting yourself
I I POST TIM! / I while Jennings told of his crusade. That Sir, U respect
Jack Wilkinson
ir e ,.Me': I 1j that any pollUclan would give his eyeteeth for. .
I Ij j I hope your tin were not so closed that you missed
I I MASON' the pplaune that lasted long after Jennings ceased to ,
t speak at Orange Park Saturday night,. MEMBER
If a newspaper wishes to endorse a candidateUut
TO IMIFLORIDA Is Its privilege, It's also the ,responsibility of a good news J
PUILICuntmis paper to present a true picture baaed on facts; not dlslorUons CLAY COUNTY BOARD
II COMMISSION or biased or obviously controlled by the opposition.
couldn't find anything wrong INSTRUCTION
Since you obviously PUBLIC
low 0. end 'wmoflooclol with Jennings, you had to stretch a point and call a considerable .
AuI...", to cltlsens amt>s. You
segment of Clay County r
'I N..r. ,\J. \ U. I. ANonwy called some of our beet "hoodlums"To DISTRICT NO, 4 ,

l )4 Ycort .. low endlogimtive I' further quote your opinion of the large portionof
lII&h'Ir' I r..bik.eke us "they rant be very Intelligent. and they show no
'lit' a I 1111I reset sign of coming from a very good family
CH.J 'IM lilt one* You made another statement" that could be used to 1
.Import..1! logwlolton describe yourself, To quote your own words: "even a fairly 1! a iv
Itupld person' knows that this kind of in-mannered boor t 't. nI.
Now fofvfog 01of Ch.ka..s' UhneM always, ends by backfiring. I know the 0iUaerw'of
florMo ',wMI UtiMUl,
Clay County are going to backfire" on your opinion.
__C.-I,,*, I may be the author of this Utter, but there are
thousands more who are really my co-author They,.
the so-called "Murrhoo Hoodlums" who are going to the

Miller I I .. Clay polls CountySincerely.on May I and elect Jennings Murrhoo Sheriff of

t lIh/ u II I :: Mrs Boole Fisher and Friends of Jennings Murrhte.

( : 111. Mr and Mrs Js* M, Kiddle a friend
TIRIS lil: I CLAY pbono SIM1II Paid for by Mr*. Heists! Fisher

Moods Ikro' Friday Too
I Shows each ... lngfol.

7A/pro. Political Advertisement!
A KB. (..tl.....
I From 1 p.. /" The Intrmt' Of Itt f rrr lip, :'rmnritl ,|/red,
I /' / 'ftl.( ( MW/I// Hit.I
-- (irtalrr I'tffiti 'r y !
Wed, n.,.* A Irt

; Cotney Recaps I Apr. tl A It ..4 May ,IAll '

'I' ' KINO Ol LOVftar1

p simrmns nwlp'CSt00 t.,.# 4
New Tire Performance At I .w r s j u
7'allrlf t. I. JACK WILKINSON U runrUng en his RECORD a* I
way s7w member of Cwnty SCHOOL BOARD
.... your
Low Cost I' ,_a .. 1 r 2 MY Htroilt shows;

fAt With oui county's Inereawd school population
during the put |I' yon wo have had no
Sal May t double ...1oNi1n our county.Tioo .

i The largest inventory of tires - 6 RYA f ; i *rodite4 by tlw. ftiuthvrn AJooeUUon
of Acer.dilsllonor faoomtery BchooU an4

and the best prices in Green Cove b. Our CAM5.e.ICu bulUiii. prvflram Nu boon ....nal.. to

.'t lop up with the hoary enrollment. New
ekh.op Include Dings hit Jr. Br. High
/uoseen.+a rr nr 44 ... Nrtanlh. W I. Cherry itahMl."' ; T C Banner.
man. T C MiJr and additional tUMroonu eat
Autolite batteries to fit any .sad I every Mhiwl In the county Thl aeeom
ph.bmaM alone lM>k hou/ of plannlnf for
IICpsp u..e flnanclla4 Uwoe buildings on a I1ml.."
automobile t t .....,....
C. B. Mosley)
I I ......,e to sect Io"i4 ImprovomeiiU, 'In our urrteit*
......tA |.....*.114 lnte.Mj wlarlo for at] our

I.*. MMLS A TOM.M .. CANDIDATE FOR array p.eonnel. ;

r 1. I.Mr A Sr c- I fol. Pat my MrtKJEXCC: a* a Mhoot board ......
Road Service I COUNTY COMMISSIONER bet for 17 ,a"" pfovoo thai I am capable and aware
.on e I ALL eihtnl awNk.Witn .
I JeJ.tUCTmfNt: school\ board Bomber,
I SIIAli. COM-nMVK: la wk foe the fONtane chanilngft ,
I I ..,....., *** ri to ctect MyMy slsMiaiMsa and *** a4 foe ,... ptocioM of tIUr *trtMul". UT flDLC FUH-
t'\ U euntfM *. My CMMMMUp Tho MM soil *..w*.rt KMC PM fc.tA.< eanOdftte te to AMUrr In providing for a
..... ......, tKo 0m educational faeUlUo. '
fr' fa1C11/WNa.h. a BM.. of UbMfcMi .....mf 04 a sa.s ..* U UMal twttn of our
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Q. Tire Service (M M I..* Mh
J Wed. Tbaa .t Irl 1:1,1e: : .' T VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE
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.our .UlJa :!: (tau County!! Crescent THURSDAY, ATRIL JiM

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candle and some sandpaper can .
SOLVING THE STUCK Mr. and Mrs Keith MInto
DRAWER PROBLEM I I solve this annoying problem. H C & Penney Farms have Just returned from two Paid Political Advertisement
Dr. J B Huffman, associate I
I ''J.i' Don't waste your energy In years service with the Peace
forester with the Florida
'K . a tug-of-war with a stuck Corps In Chile Mrs. Mlnto I
\""' drawer Agricultural Experiment Stations Reporter) MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone 529-8111 Sr., took the opportunity to.
,suggests sanding the run- I KNOW THE TRUTH
i' It some of your furniture Inc edges of stubborn drawers Next Sunday AM, May 3rd chance we'll have any 'happy will make her home with Mrs. visit South America and return
;,' drawers are hard to open a until they pull easily everyone at Memorial Home I surprises'. California and Wyoming 1: MInto for some time, beforeI with her son and family They
--- _. 'Community Is Invited to bring I, are just too far away" I I returning to Chile. purchased a car in :Miami AN ADVERTISMENT RECENTLY APPEARED
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and deposit in the rear of theaanctuary On Tuesday evening Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs Robert Mlnto I Florida. and are enroute home THE NEWSPAPER WHICH CHARGED THAT LOTH!
I' any used Bible: in and Mrs Keith Mlnto of Chlca Sr. and their large family: were to California.. e a E WILSON, COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF DISTRj--
Il1 HAYDON BURNS I good condition, but lying idle. California and their threemonth's o leaders in the Congregational I ONE FIRED THE COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORy
I I'I The preacher at the 11
Community Church of Eagle
Testaments. Gospel or old daughter called on TO PREVENT HIM FROM PROSECUTING A CA 1
at the
I scripture portions are acceptable the Hlgbys. Traveling with Mr vllle Cal., when Rev Higby o'clock worship service i LET ME ASK: YOU AS PAIR MINDED AMERIcl
To be in godd condition and Mrs Mlnto were his mother .I|I was pastor of the surprise Valley j Penney Memorial Churlh next V.I I CITIZENS TO LOOK AT THE PUBLIC RECORDS t 1
i'r ON CIVIL RIGHTS means having binding and cover I Mrs. Robert Mlnto. Sr, of I I Larger Pariah in Modoc Sunday will be the Rev. A. FORE YOU BELIEVE THIS STATEMENT. THE J fil
Intact with no leaves missing Eaglevllle California and Benlorita I I County, California Eaglevllle I Lawson with the Rev T CORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY JUDGE!!: J
L With each Bible 10* or I Sylvia Capla of Santiago Is one of the units in that Cleaver assisting S'I CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA AND IN THE CLERK OFT}.

"At more Is requested to help defray Chile. Senlorlta Capla(I Larger Parish. I i-sj j CIRCUIT COURT SHOW THE FOLLOWING FACTS:
Mayor of Jacksonville
shipping expenses -- Paid Political AdverUsemenRONALD
an of
This project is in answer to
Florida, I have and lull an appeal from the Women's When You Need RESTED AND CHARGED ON TH
Auxiliary of the World Home ylt 8th DAY OF AUGUST 1961
\ respect tveryont'i right a
I ?Y
Bible League an
to peaceful picketing and ( and international FACT NO. 2: THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEJ

t v lawful demonstrations organization, formed in 1(38 MONEYTHINK r. AT THAT TIME CONTINUED 1'(

Ii But violence in tht for the purpose of placing Bibles BE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY od
t in Bibleless homes, first TIL JANUARY 14. 1963 (SEVEN]
will It toler
streets not
In our own country, and laterIn TEEN MONTHS LATER.)
I ated. I am vigorously opposed the countries of the world
especially emphasizing
i i to the civil rights quick-confidential: loans up
The League print ANY OTHER PUBLIC
and Africa
bill now before Con- to $900. call first for One Stop OFFICIAL
their own Bibles at the cost of Service I DAVE TALBOTT, MOB IS DUTY BOUND TO DO HIS DUTY
gress, $100 apiece: some In foreign WITHOUT PEAR OP PRESSURE OR
languages and dialects and LOAN CO.
THE WRONGS OF CIVIL RIGHTS supply them free to over BO ALLIANC of Orange Park I ".. R." BROOKER
denominatioN. ol'llnlzatiON.churche. From these facts It would appear to any thinking
Civil Rights Bill 1963 TITLE II-PUEUC ACCOMMODATIONS .. broadcasting agencies nit UIWAT 17no. I am Ronald "RR." Brooker. man that the Prosecuting Attorney could not have been
and evangelistic campaigns ....I Green Coe 4-W4 Orange Park M4-I1M I asking you for your support fired to prevent prosecuting a case 1? months is ample
Public seeommodsUoni forbids dlierimination bated on including the Billy and vote on May bib, for Constable time to dispose of a misdemeanor case. The prosecution
rue color religion, or national or ism in hotel, motel,
reitaurant. tttolln station, theater and sport arena Graham The present appeal is of District 1. I of criminal cases Is the duty of the Sheriff and the Prow
Anyone denied stress could seek a court order! prohibiting &h.dlacrtmlnaUIIII. for 10.000lied Bibles for A- Paid Political Advertisement I am a lifelong citizen of cutlng Attorney The Board of County Commissioner
or the Attorney General could do so If hi felt fries, since the supply of new District 1, u are my parents, have nothing to do with it If either of these officers have
that by \Ms UM Intervention.purpose III the act would bt "mslerlally turthertd'\ Bibles has become exhaustedfor my father being J Bruce failed In their duty It Is not the fault of the Board of

the present Brooker and mother,Mrs Loots County Commissioners
HAYDON BURNS SAYS: mill If a elftr IMC Harris Brooker I am married
sins .tt property rlrtlt. II dick .. Trf Ester. a a eOn REELECTMarvin and have two children. I am As for the Prosecuting Attorney being fired I would
pries. *M &he feilracllo W RUtrt RlgkU" Monday, Rev. and Mrs. I also a graduate of Clay High like to say that the Prosecuting Attorney, like some other
Hip were heard to remark! appointed officers la appointed In January of each year
TITLE VWEDERAl f FUNDS I School. Also I have met my
"So' many folks at M H C have military obligations by serving for that year only Mr. Anderson, the prosecuting attorneyat

01 VM Federal'' agrncles authority to take affirmative as the joy of surprise visit from In the V. S Army and Florida that time held the job for 14 year This was longer
tlon-lndudinr. as a tut retort a cutoff II federal funrtto *- former parishoners Little Green National Quard.I than any attorney has ever held the job In January
and diaerlmlnatlcfl In Federally innnu-d programs such a*
school or hoipital construction or vocation! training. ask you to go to the polls 1963, Instead of re-appointing Mr. Anderson, the Boardof
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS on May 5th and vote a com- County Commissioners appointed Mr J. C. Sapp to be
>f HAYDON of Fedrril BURNS fand b SAYS she":, T ecciHHnle>. throl kltckmill*f eul.If . CHURCH TO HAVE REVIVALThe lets ballot for the men filling I prosecuting attorney. The rest of the Board felt as I did
T... .. hud that one of the other attorneys in the county was entitledto
are our owi lanes awning bark I* it Pentecostal Holiness these offices will represent you,
I In form fIf aid program .urll at milk !Ie school chll- the citizens and voters of this have a chance at the Job. At some time in the future *e
trt., M Church on Vermont Street in COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3I
.It aiiUlmrt and M fsrlh
district and county. undoubtedly will give the job to some other attorney and
Green Cove will hold a revivalmeeting
When vote for R. R. I am sure that it will be less than 14 years from now.
TITLE! VINOB! DISCRIMINATIONtlakri starting this Sunday I you I
I Brooker for Constale of Dis When that happens I know Mr. Sapp will not think of
for the week
tt unlawful for union or management to 'follow and continuing
prieUc trict 1, then you may rest assured himself as being "fired
i that "deprivt any Individual of employment opportune Services will be held nightlyat
tin" on the bails' of no. color religion\ MX, or national T:SO o'clock There will be I will serve you honestlyand Sincerely,
origin A new Equal Employment: Opportunity Oommlulon fed Unit my seven jearn experience us with the highest integrityof
would seek court Injunction agalnit discriminatory practice special singing and congregational character and conduct. Luther E.: (Cooter) Wilson
If conciliation iffart 'fall singing. Commissioner
The Rev Ralph S. Morganwill county forniniMnioiuT in mi-dod! badly at this! I Respectmiy, District No t
RAYDOM BURNS lAYRt "Pill Is 1I1"IlI'nl| Ronald "RR" Brooker.
pmltUM adailly miking till Federal twresurroh preach I
(Mrtner to oviry .kvihteti Is Florlcli. ml giving The public Is Invited to at. time for our ('011 lit).'* good ---
|k.m" vtrtisl *Mlr. *| ever hiring aid firing *l ",. tend this revival I
what a..I.... .fftrk 7 .... Ml its wlndiw with I
this ..1e'1It.. ." I
MAY Sod I Now What Could Surprise Her More

Ii VOTE FORHAYDON hold V P.Buddy W. Post Poppy No Day W this will CONTINUE PROGRESS

f BURS Saturday, May $. I
The money collected will be
FOR GOVERNOR used for the needy Veterans I :'r'
and their families and for men VOTE COUNTYWIDE ON MAY 5TH F'1x

(Paid rollUeil AOtrtlMnunl) In the Veterans Hospital In ,

Lake ClI.1'1: 1


Orange Ave MotorsBob

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Zellner '

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t Bill ShepherdJess Vote & Elect .



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COMPLETE PAINT JOBS and each of you will prosper as the County . .than a Personal, Colorful

protpm. I promt to serve each of you' with falrnew and
Impartiality I... m* own true I oak you' to support an

I I , II I , II . II II .. . II . It U II . II III It I Independent candidate for the County OommUaton. I Mom with the ytsirrouod' time aDd strp-aawr-aa txttruioa phoa.

I' Choice of colon and styl.**, to suit the spot ahVd like it moot-bedroom,

We Welcome You! kitchen Florida room patio. To order, call your Telephone Company BoaiMM -

,,' THANK YOU I Offic or ask any telephone) NnbmaD.I .


I ...c.a4 l"ratna

PHONE 284. 3341 Ernest Hatcher
I Exercise your

right .s a citizen_ k S\ be sure to register and vote this year

Green Springs I t

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t THURSDAY, APRIL SI, 1914 Ca\i< ( \! (Scrimtg! (Eresccut PAGE_8EVBC.. ly J JTH



\ LEGAL KOT1C CEMETERY WORKING The Pounders Circle of the I

CLAT COCNTT HBALTU'CkNTEII Green Cove Springs Oarde) I

OH SEN (. )VS There will be a workingthe ot Club will hold a Rummai

I II "INVITATION 8PKINO8. fLORIDA TO DID" Beulah Churrh Old Con Sale on Saturday May 3, I at !
I TOil are Intlttd to bid on am; tery Saturday May 9th. EverJ: the V. I. A. patio. VOTE FOR
or all of the below Ilt4 ct<
tnritt of *auJpm.nt for the Claj, one Interested In the I
Count Health Censer, Ortli to ceme'l
>', ,e Ht' >rlnii.. Florida. Then. tery 10 Rl'MMAGE SALE '
b Jn will ba rwalvad and opn*( clean It out East gate will 1 be 4
41 the afflc of ih. Clerk of tbt The Catholic Ladles Ouild'' EARLFAIRCLOTH
8 o'clock 0. '
from to
Court 'In the Court HOUMt open I II
11. will hold a Rummage Sale oSaurday.
< 1 JUt, at SOt AM. I 2 at the
> May ,
.I AIR CONDITIONING INCOME: TAX SERVICE ITIIOLSTERINQBAXLEY'STRIMSHO ('..*.orlr* of pnulpmant t,, hOil I To all my friends: I wish to I Cath.\' \
olio Parish Hall In Oren
are aa followa: sincerely thank each of JOU
I CUIN1O ANU MEDICALeVI'll'MIcMT : the hours of : .
MILBERGER !! I : for all the wonderful words ot I

INCOME TAXSERVICE S up KQUIPMF.XT PI'N "rI HNlSIUNaS AM kindness, prayers and encour.,1 and 2:00: p.m. ATTORNEY GENERALA

Complete Auto a Furniture I. ..JASlroRULrll'lEOT agement visits < I i
Vpholstertng rNYHICAl. TliKUAPY!: well and cards given me duro HOUSE PRACTICING LAWYER. . I
1401 W. UlewIM Ave. KUU1PMKNTBt4dr Ing my Illness In Clay Memo TO I

ri. SERVICE 19 Yean Experience Ph. 114-UOJ bid* will on t all>* Items rqulr whk-h UaUi thaiar t.ubmlt ":,
FforidaFroo In a catmorT
s: Short Forms . .$1|| Greta Cove Spring bidding-. 8uppllr furnlahlniequipment that X could thank each per.I
Air CSOII..I.g. ltfri >ratlai. I the B 111 Ir SubdlvUloi
In S
... nntln. SarrlraI Long Forms .|S." .p Kstimatosvrc equal lo lt.'m* apod':; tonally and a million th.nu] BORN IN LEVY COUNTY. I
ford will 'k* ro.lr4 to auDmll Orange Park, Florida, Bunds,
8. Palmetto Street Reasonable Rates for Buatnea Pick-up and Deliver' brorhur..n4 oamplrs upon r*. to the doctor and nurses and \
> until 1.00 f!
from : Graduate
afternoon School
Home Phone ZS4-97ot Univ. of Florida Law
| Real uNt. all the efficient staff of CIa,
Rentals FU All of Tem '
Handle Any and VoMr bid rrlo* en all aoulp.m.nt will .residentand friend
Bn.ln" < Phone t.Ml .. .... ; give
ahall Innlud* rr ttk Memorial Hospital for their I
PAUL REMLINGER I'phoUtery Needs! nor Count" lloalth ('."t.,. sincere care and treatment. an opportunity to lee the two Practicing Lawyer for 14 Years. !!
IUROLD BAXLETOwner prlnr Florid .
NEJ TV APPLIANCE Urr.n Cove Inatallatlon ; new buildings that will be CMcupled
A. {'phol ""'r SI pro rt.uo and/or e.aulpm.st. It's people like all of JOU i
ah plr elqolnmnt morning,
plating Sunday
SERVICE 1(15 Roosevelt Blvd EDWIN BAXLETSon In the <1*.l.n.t."l that makes this such a woi auditorium I THERE'S hO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE
We AU Brands and r plarment of sot A new temporary II
l'N PARK 4 room' derful community to work alive '
and t'phchterer yrs. ..
dnma.a-04 .qulpm nt. u Servicing Clay County furnlih iulpmnl In.
HUMMELVphoUtem *
"EN C. A. '
.t :
Services A fur
bid award for Prearhlni
For Sixteen Tears within l day aftrr 1
Denard Priest.
SIGN PAINTING I Irs. nr Md I I. mnrrllMLina lor Department with four clam :
Orange Park Ph. 2S4IS65FULLERTON'S nf r.qulr.d qulpmnt sri
mlJTYl .".''h.bl. at the offlr* of th. rooms and folding doors to pro I: Cotney Tire Service
I Cl.rk. Court III"' .*.
Clrrnll Court
FREE<:l: ESTIMATES ride four adult classes are als
QUALITY 11,..r ('0.. I'I"n.' FloridaTh NOTE OF THANKS
Hoard ef ('"mm..I". ".,* o1(, Included.
, t4 N. Orange Ave. ALL WORK GUARANTEED0RANIE Clay County ,*..n.. th* rlfhlto Cu. Park a King JutsosvlllePh.n.l
all Md. I would like to thank A completely renovated bull I
Oran Cove Sort. SI4-4044 rlrt one or th'l
. OR! SIGN PAINTIING PARKUriIOLSTKRY Merle UROItOIC*f Clrrult U CARLISI.IC Court. Clay Memorial Hospital ling will be occupied by chll I CV 9-JOtl er EV 4'5111TIRE

; Cla Pniinl ton and nurses for their rood lien four through seven year
LEE WARNER April II. II. II Mar T. >.... t I
BEVERAGES Archie Fadiell cheer' while In there, aim for of age.

1111&n SOS Glendenln Road On. Klnfiley' Are H lad -- friends who called. Mn. Love.U.nd A covered drive and walkwa:,
Orange Park FU. East of Ih" IT --U-Q4 kOTICMIM Mrs. Tibbie at the Rldgi loins all three buildings. Alii I RECAPPING

nple | PAUL'SAll Phone 4.fJU wood ;hree buildings are equipped to
Ph. No. COn'...... 4-ltlS Church for flowers, all o '
Won Till!: CinCt'lT COl'RT OFCUAT Brother Mark Williamson an4 rovlde worshippers with all RETRrADINGRFPAIRINO
Orange Park. FU.tkXltL COl'NTV, FU1KIDAla
)se. Legal Beverage MILK CHANCBRTNo. sister Mary his wife. feather comfort

ten Open I A. M. to 1 A. SLave nCHVERTW.D.Morris . HIS I
MART IIKATKICN DALE Mabel C. Hatchery Madeira Drive Baptist Cha

' Dnval County Line MOTHnlKOTICM Plaintiff' el la a Mission of the Avon From. the smalleat\ te the LARGEST!

d I of North ef Orange Park HL'iIKHT PAIL Ill notlcli tale Baptist Church Jackson. Tired Autolite flatteries
Or nrndtNOTU :
DICED rllle, started In January of
BOATS TAX is OP si ITTHR -- --
>1u1dher DUtribator 14.. I....., p." !: STATS OK ri >Rll>A TOt 503.; More than ItO.OOO hub
, that T. J. Ald.rm the 1101..' ./. Hubert D.l. I'lftNoLVIC: tXWIVIIATION teen Invested I In land and and InURAXdK
INLET MARINA All Jersey MilkFor of Ih* following ertltlcat haa I.."..*. (t.orla" Ntllc' I I. "..*., plea ....1., mlldtngs thus far, One hued I I
rear filed sold eartlflcal, for a tax YOU ARE: HERESY NOTI. I III. ,,.,,..10'"* of ....11.s l" Iflorl4n I '\
rne, and to b* loauad thron. Th* FIKI that a suit h.. .bas flUdxalnat maim. la e.rk of Ihtorpornllnna rt'd thirty-one people havisked < : PARK
MERCURY JOHNSON c.rtlflcal number and yaara ., P5 In th.*b..a .ntlil 4rau ll.t.4 blow 11'ame throuathe I
per ENGINES I..u......, the 4crlptlon of th.pro..rt" .. and ,.. ar* II.'*by re.I l>.in. tnorporU4 "n4Ik ., for membership Road Service
lal'1, HOME and toe nam** I. qulnd la arva upon plaintiff's !laws .( rlorles..54 a.rordln Chapel Sunday School: at: Siwlnlr Station
CROSBY BOATS DELIVERY ..e4 are a* and ad.tnt . .. .
wlikh II wu attorn* who aama I* Ik* ror4 el tk enlr has 300Pralnlng j
endance reached
and aspen hron. pun writ of But. aarh and *..u rbe..
EE: ZY TH.M I.K.US: : 191 V. i. lllfbwat 11 114..41&I
"ctrlkflral :
> be No. Its. Y. *f Ice me. drf.ao.s If silt fa tk* bill lurk voroorctlon appears 4 Union attendance hsu I
,0 BALES! A SERVICE CALL 264-J949 IS4.JUI luiiir Jun I AD. lilt.ItoarrlpUo. of romplalnt In a ld ault. opr of llnqu.nl for Ikr** III p.are o;
didJed or of Property Lot IBlk. whirl I Is 4ll .r4 I* you hr*> ,mor I IS tbS dim* .( ,.....,tt I cached 100. A weekday
OUTBOARD REPAIR P Shade Plat. Plat Book with .. or Piston. Mar II, AD I lid, aymnt *f 1.111 ..h r 11r.rl.lonr I rram of retlglcms ".pro-I -.. _,_ .. '

' wend Hwy. 17 Orange Park TRADING POST I Nam r.(. .In I. which ...*.,e4 H.n.rr 114. II..,.,ln fill nn( nr .*..,.. pre 14* platule.
Phone CO 4"WS Dra.w.All ronf.*o will ha ntr.d .*.I".t ,OV'.I.' ef ... H.rllon .*
I cat
training Is offered the boy
a of old property b.lnf Intha you for the r.li.f pre|,.d 1 In th* florid 11.1515 **I4 ..", 0"1: '
'ow., CARET'S TRADING POST County of Clay, Slat* efrinrMa. bill nf rompUlnlTIIR illona hav. b...n rl*..4 a .red girls of the community,
|jet la d"...Iulo.. an4 .
.rtlfk t. or erllflral
I( of I'nUn nth a iirivn rou nivnnrR.WITNKXH !:. I
.. I Ihr*. (II mnnik afl.r ill* .r
UE BUY SELL TRADE hall b* rdmd so my hand and th
rordlnc to law lha pmprly ...> a..al .f aald Court *l Or*.n Ca*. thl.I. publication ark sssoul"
Three locations .rlb"'"l In, *U''h rr NG will b* cold' to th* .. I bat! haa *.t In Ik niaanllnfllid Wt. NI
ILflrat All
Nnr l 4.nrolKIK
IS E. Palmer 8&., Ph. t 4-SXl I I
4,10 on4 ralIk
r hl.hrt hiller, at the court : I. CARMHLR, II r.p*fia I Bradford
Warehouse A antique -eld hoioo door on Ih. first Monday Cloth Clrrult C....rtII Ui.. 4u* .n4.r Ik* protlln..1 < County
In Month of May IMI. which lath Rtlll. RldlayCourt ) Mellon 11 II. rlorHmtlo otO Si: ..1'I'IQI'FE'IlrilltllrIIKPS :
/ will t.. rrllfl4 I* IIIilo
Gym Bldf, S. Orange Avt 4th day of Mar IMI.P ( / .>ll .
,,,., Ik. '1.1. of ri .rl4wk ..
.t.d this Tin day of April. 1.,1" Cl.rkTknrn of
'"BIG TOP" tent BlandlniBlvd. will !.... a lrarUm.... Ai
111/, *. I. Ill..,* '
FOR TilE BEST In all-round nroiuiR!: u CAtu.m.R AU..,,,., for IMalnllftA44rt .I Ikot II.m. 4lolvl ul. ( 1 I '
at Rldtewood nark of Circuit Court .or.. .!!....
._ good printing try the CRESCENT of Clay Cnnnty. Florid rn. lint lit a vOr <-i ri.r r...Mr ,
PRESS INC. The price Furniture and appllaneee /-,. II. II. II *** C.n Spnls... Florida Illik wan riwlronlr. In.11.Ua" end (Cliinti,. FAIR I i
gt(4 II 4-11. II. II, !.? .. prk
Is right., '! bargain price Jf. I....
OrsSre Park
.l<*lt*. ('orootaiionor
I.tati.: N.Tiiainorirn ... < *.o liprlntilrt '
<.. lace. TOP ('..NHI| I'.\ II>)>

: (C< JLIfJ "S"I-SilnF.lIB: I E IDYt.\1IDISj I NGTI(SON K.w.I or*T4I,NKNKBV..iriirTiOM, ,BALD..... UIVSKI I u'lalm' uns1'urani...llru4illn Park. 'I'arkrn l rk aol Co Corporall..I I

., (Ira.* ('... >rl4* i iI iI
Ik 11.1.
AI4rMn *
thai T J : JIM I (!.\ H EYI'brt11N :
ertlfIraloa, ka ud.owo.d HkMtm
f tk followlm rr"1
fllr4, said '.'ull....*. fr a t.. Israrpar51.4 I Strawberry Festival
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1 I EIGHT OJtoy( County Crescent THURSDAY MILL ... ".*

A .,I Manta GREEN 1

1',1 I SAMPLE BALLOT c.r.| .. 1OFFICIAL For County Commissioner' .

I. : Ernest
J Instructions to Voters DEMOCRATICPRIMAILY BALLOT : Dittrkt No I . HATCffiR J

-, 1$ 12 TURN SWITCH RIGHT 'ARMIN! ;-YOUR ELECTION, : ; (Vote for One) & B. .
6' SNOWING FOR VOTE Tuesday, May 5, 1964 @l
LEAVE MARKS I Clay County John D.
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: }k'' s For County Commissioner \
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Sp....,. L .."J!'. A 'W'. (Lanny)
CONGRESSIONALFor HOLLANDBnit. A Dlitrlct No. S 'l' ;'""'\',
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United Stales Senator ._ ,".I .'. (:,... ..
Vote( for On) H. E.MOODY.

; (Vote for One) ODHAM o

I IJ Hivdon J. Glenn
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S.' For Member School Board .;. ".

.,. ,. Fred Bud F.
.'.. '. ( DICKINSONRobert J DhtrJet No. 2 BURRIS J
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j'STATE 't 'I'J\'I'; ' . ;' J .,) '. ,' ">. rt ,- "" .:, (Vote for.One, .) L A.KEILEY .
.. '..t. I' I.. HIGH J JR.
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... Leon A.
( ( for One) if
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. ... '\ 1_ r, John E. (Jack) (Vote for One) Jack L

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'. For Attorney General For Constable

(Vote for One) W.
ES DJitrlct No. TVote "; .l J
L ." : Eugene W. GARRETT

Cecil O. INGLE
PhUllp s. ( for One)


For Florida Public Utilities CommissionerVote

( for One) J Ray BRADLEY

For Justice of Peace

District No. 2 J :

Clerk of tho Circuit Court
E. (Duke) (Vote for One)

(Vote for One) WEBB J EdnaLQUIGLEYKenneth .J

O. JennlnofMURRKEE' '

t For Sheriff For Constable W. FISHER

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s.D.tSAUNDERS(Sam) .
(Vote for One) ,." . Dhtrlct No. 2 <
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J . .',.' ....'. ., Carl E.MOSLEY J

I Jetit P. (Vote for One) '

l Superintendent 'of Public Instruction TYWS.JR. @j I

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: M. CallnWIKOX
t (Vote for One) For Justice of Peace Frank HERNDON

iatrkt H. 3 1I
Jack R.
DAY (Note f. ON) Kelvin A.OLIYERMorkerlea

I It. For County Commissioner '
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Dittrkt No 1 Inv For Constable JOHNS.
fv' ,'. ittrict H. 3 Elmer LMOSLEY
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f W150M (Vote fOf One) Dick L PADGETTI


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L Paid T Political Advertisement: For Justice of Peace Ray CHANCER. r. J Paid Political AdvertisementELECT. 1 1My

District No. 4

(Vote for One)


D. S. D. (Sam) Saunders

For Constable EUNNINGHAM J

District No. 4

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(Vote for One) GARDNER

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Tuesday, May ,

am a graduate of Clay High School Shortly after my

graduation. I volunteered for the Navy, u I It wu wartime YourRepublican clay County
and I felt It my duty to serve my Country Z served a-
board A Merchant Ship as a Gunner and saw active dutyduring Florida
moat of my service time ,
I am a member of The First Methodist Church: presently
serving as a Truatee, also, Chairman of the Steward
ship and finance Committee and past Chairman of the Candidates
Board of Stewards.
I am a member of the Elks Moose and Vr.W. For J
the put four years Z have been Chairman for the "Dol
lars for Democrats" for Clay County Z have worked for

the past number of years In our PT.A, having servedu
President for two years In Oreen Cove Springs Z was i
Treasurer of the Cub Scout Pack for four yean at the J
opponent says you should carefully naming the
Green Cove Springs Naval Station. Z have been Treasurer
public lift of Darn candidate. I'm glad he suggested
of the South Clay County Cancer Society for the past 3
that Bo THIS la Bam Baunden' public record
I hays served the people of this county for more than
I am a member of the Clay County Cattleman's Association Kn
; presently serving u President. Z am a memberof twenty y.*n. For the put tliteen Z have been your
the County Red Cross Committee and a member of the STATE FOLKS I rrpiwntatlv In Tallahassee. During this time, working
Clay County Nursing Advisory Council closely with the people of our treat county, wt secured
Since elected and assuming the duties of your Clerk of puN of a bill to build the Clay Memorial Iloapltal; w*

the Circuit Court In January 1957, here are some of the proposed the present system of school financing with the
accomplishments of this office: FOR GOVERNOR H. I. (lob) UU furnishing II* and the county 21%J wt secured
1. I have raffled 3,717 old cases which were all rosin paasat of the teachers Pay RaIN Dill: reorganised the
cases prior to 1945 and stored In boxes In several different J entire Stale prison system and sponsored many other
(VOW for One)
rooms of the Courthouse. They have been filed piece of letUlatlon of direct benefit to every oltlsen of
numbered and Indexed whereby the Public may locate Clay County. W* helped the City of Green Core Spring
these records within a few minutes rather than hours u obtain the Naval Das for Industry to provide sobs for
before. Chart R. . our pvopl Burlington Mills l* runnln full blut CUmatoCondlUonlng -
!. A complete Inventory of County Commissioners' I. NOUIY It In operation John Manvlrt will start
their new plant and win employ hundred mor*.
tuoiiMlj WM UketTand maintained sine Z have assumed very soon
this office. This wu the first system Installed by our I <2.'jI Then are several other tndustrt on the way, all with

County. Z mlgliradd that our program wu Installed I big 1 payroll*.
before any Legislative Act wu ever created which now Paid Political Advertisement Now my opponent suggests you compare this with

require this to be done. ;tlllS>> public record But a* h* hu never held public office
1. From my first day In office, Z Instituted a dally CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS and hu never BOUGHT publl office before. thi I II
cash sheet on the recelpU of this office, which wu another I rather difficult to do. In fact during the DARK DATS
first for this office. Again this office bad Installed this whit the Cary Commission Ih Chamber of Commerce

system long before any Legislature Act wu ever created Vote and Support 1I 1- _ _ and many other" men and women In all walks of life with
requiring this to be done. I 1r the County's Interests really tl heart, wert working and
4. During the first year that I held this office, Z I r Paid Political M"l11aIfMn'WII working hard on program to bring I tutor! her and
. Installed the Official Record type of recording of your preside Job for our people my opponent never one of.
j of thousands of \' AUK: SO )"'S(1001)) | I'WI'J.K: : HIT.
public records This hu meant savings I fend to help Apparently has dealr to serv aunt born

dollars to Clay County. William E.trDukeSl Webb I rOKTi.VU( I JKNNINOH; MfllHIIKK: IOU until the sun cam out again

5. Z have completely! reflled and established an I NIIKHIKPf: The an."c'r Is simple ,. In previous speeches and In the newspapers I lave
Index system for every State Znformatlon or Zndlctmentever
presented a clear program for Ih* operation of the
made In Clay County i ASK TIIK: FOLK'S WHO ISO111M) IlKHTJKNNINOH : Sheriff office: Ouch Mi a new emergency child Quid

6. up The a latest new delinquent Improvement\ tai system In this to office save time wu In Insetting I FOR : Ml'IlKIIKK's: : WOltM) ) I in his IIOS'I) !I!) anr Program and Reeem Corp' ) foe, the benefit and protection
of the youth of our County
searching records and It ls more accurate In finding out
My opponenl will not make any direct sUtemenU
standing certificate CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT sp
law enforcement I
Z but he continually topics our present
7. Since assuming the duties of your Clerk. eetabllshed ,
an Index system for the Hoard of County Com- I Inadequate, and to being handled by a bunch of untrained

mUalontn Minutes Also, we have Indexed the minute political hue.Pottwaely.
back for a period of 10 yean prior to my assuming the -r for all of us the FACTS are ..ulte op
office :Ai'; t _... Clay County, 41th In Florida In population to a
There are many other Improvements I have made rtil leader In efficient, law enforcement. This hu been re.
which are too numerous to list ( h ; tS wgiumd *y the Florida Sheriffs AeaotlaUon. True to

Florida Statute provide that the Clerk shall beClerk .1 acknowledged' by the Sheriff of Florida, by ether toun*
of the Board or County Commissioners Z have In A lie, and our aourta' Th FBI hu warmly' endorsed th*
the put and than continue In the future to cooperate Ualnlog of our deputies. This I will do.

with your elected County Commissioners' In operating the A* your Sheriff, rw tan tit rare I will not lie taking

County butlneas order from my father, or my brother, at from tnyon
Florida Statutes also provide that the Clerk prepare ele*. flam burden will tiC! Sheriff, In FACT u well u In
and present to the County CommUalonrrs each year the NAMK

tentative budget for the County's operation Brtng ahomeowner Efforts haw been mad throughout thi campaignto
of this County. Z hare alwaystried
and Tax payer mak* Ih* publl beliewt theJohn Mall II I backing m*.
to hold the mlllare down to a minimum and sun Wett. .M m* say thl*. her and now Th treat majorityof
funds for efficient operation of the
provide adequate the |+s ut>to *f Cloy County art backing me And I moat
County Government 1 sincerely hw MM Mall to era of them, Ills record In *ffk .
I have bn educated In the hard knocks of life but .
to .... thai any other Sheriff" In fWul would trade
this hu taught me that nothing I* more Important to. a
hi* right arm Ice, It you ..I.... I will' summit with him
man than hard work and personal Integrity Like many .
i-f from Urn to Urn to gain the advanta of hto longHertene ..
veterans of World War ZZ. I wu viable to continue my
., you are abwlutely NKllfT. SUly-sU Sheriff
formal education but submit my eiprrtenr u Ork of
In FVxtda .S3* that now Meal year U will be sisty.Mven.K .
In itself, not to
Circuit Court hu been an education on ,
be learned la .......... Z Pie.. had the mponaiMtlly of man to w smart, a* educated so balned. au PER:
handUnc sauTJoos of doDars sine I look efflee end this Tin: MASetntagt ncr that b.* tan get along\ without advise and counsel
I have done without one crttkiau from th* matt Auditors NO MAN WALK* ALO.... Tn President of the United
/ Munhe It M year* of ere and a tau* *f
Z arm.0 check my record white serving day Stale to a very smart man and b* ha donens" of advisorsI
Clay Cmwty alt .u bar, reared and eduaated In Clay
County and ale\ uk yo to check say opponent record hoc* to .bees twenty thousand because I win welcomenetrvctlv
Cmanly and tf In the talll and Umberbgalneaa.
with th Superintendent ., PubJ.. ZnstrurUoa white beserved OPEN .. adrte* from e4h and every ONE *f our
THE DOOR TO FULL AND Jertntnt at M rare m.nbsf ol Ito PtetVactlet fifteen
Clay County. ClMarcli of x.yse.n. llei.tii*. a veteran of WwW
I babes to th tntemrrno and bon I&1 of the pawn* War ZZ. a memtrr ., th V f.W, lb* Clay Owanly fJem*. JaM".... *f this ounty Im very grateful fur the j
of day County and. not to lie baastral. I submit my record 1 COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OF CLAY cralM KaansUv OmmMlie. a t>nd fy tc,.. Smttkh SJtoHeian. .......wu.* ,... nav* given err 'm the part, and It will
speaks for arland H Is ra that I aa happy toutomtt a Shrine, MMM. Bk M4 many other **uMar lie an banto onUnu my sere:.. to yet u your new
/ to yea say tJVedI.he voters" of dar County.Z ta......... Sheriff .f Cloy County
EJUUTOTLT 80UCZT TOCR TOTE AND .TCP. COUNTY GOVERNMENT BY ELECTING I hot only apiweeUU but thank you for your Vet Oft
PORT ON May tl>. HIMI l'IWIW.U' May Hh,
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VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT WILLIAM E. 'DUKE' WEBB CLERK OF A .-..... r.. rta.MtlMi *l I** StwrUrt fftM

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George L. Carlisle THE CIRCUIT COURT. .* auiMUM *< mdwtr af growtlk.i .
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YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WUMW pared of lime IftC...... a4 ssesble of -
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Western Beef LINE
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Selling I ready to save you money.(Rambler American savings .ruffii CANNINGSUPPLIES
start with the lowest prices of any U.S.builtSpree STEAK

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