The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 20, 1964
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v. : ; 36 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )


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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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University of Florida
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Huntley Qualifies For A StatementMore Climate Conditioning In ;

than one third of the total number of Crescents

State Representitive printed every week are now being told on new* stand
Put At 14 MillionAllan
Quit apart from the fact this h not a healthy Mm- Backlog

atlon (for a weekly newspaper, new stand sake not .lit-

frequently Involve the Duration of whether the stand

will be there nest week. Four new stands, two In Middle-

burg, one In Keyatone Height and one In Orange Park First Load Of Supplies
papers. money and all, have vanished within tbo put

year One of them allowed up recently at an Orange Park

rettaurant, loaded with Jacksonville paper The stand Arrives Frcm West Coast
and Jacksonville papers bad been put there for sale, a

by an Orange Park policeman. #,

This li not a unique situation eke the Jacksonville ra Driving Time: 65 HoursAllan

A 4,rt t papers would not have Inveated something like $5. each '
for handrHt of 10-ton aafea from which their papers ?
northern Florida. L Ewig manager of the southeastern area of Cft-'
are now sold throughout
Vllh the political season approaching, The Creeeent mate Conditioning Company. hoe<< offices and shop are to
.la offering prepaid aubacrlpUona through November fifth be opened in Oronwe within! the next few weeks said< the
for wrrk his company currently has more than IU million worth
through the Count, State and national elections)
of contract force
i:. That Is 31 lainea for It or a saving of f 1 St.Newt In

stand distribution. In the mealtime, will be kept Climate Conditioning u a dlvUlon of Paul llardrman. Ine,

to a minimum and only enough papertU. cover prepaid Btanton Cull beard Industrial contractor and the recent

aabsrriptloita and a very few were for'MM news stands winner with two other companies. of a contract to construct

around the County will be printed the |<3 million mooiwhot building at CM* Kennedy It win

Duncan Croner be<< the Unfit building In the world.
The Oreen Cove .outhea tern headquarter of Climate

r. slM hbll.b"I .,, Conditioning, located' In the! 40.000-*q .ft Hangar It at the

IIS, Green Cove InduntrUl park will\ be approttmalely 15 per cent
aa large as the company i Stanton plant

I 1 1R Thereon 88.000'phi aquare feet sheet metal fabrication
Palatka R and welding feature thc most modern machinery and sheet

metal working equipment available

I Automatically\ regulate! small\ gauge railroad tan deliver
PoliceA .
Charged By the proir motel aheeta directly to the sheer operators; an

automated Blitler-Bhear which, produces the desired number
L. Ewlg has been named general manager .f th.
of sheet of predetermined' sloe. from a selection of five guano
22 yrsr-old Palatka Junior high school teacher waa
Climate Conditioning plant In Oreen Core. It will be Iheeosnpany'a
l or typea of coiled ..llf'I't.or"\ ; a round tube forming machine
charged< with failing to have hi* vehicle under control In Oreen southeastern
Cove at 4 oclock last Saturday morning Police who Investigated besdqusrtrrse fabricates duct or pillar forma, up to 13" diameter In unlimited

Louis ... llantley, year-old chalnnaa af the Board of the case said the young teacher had been drlnklm -- length, special and heavy-duty welding and power

County Commissioner, uaUfled In Tallal1athla week Police said that Joseph DePorreat Marvin Jr. had been tool provide the Owens for Climate to be virtually a self-

to ran for the office of State KetreeentaUr for Clay drinking when hi* car went out of control and ran up on an k;,. 1' sustaining sheet metal operation In its\ requirements\ (for
Coanty. singular sheet metal product. and air conditioning component
Wand in Orange Avenue u he entered Oreen Cove A road

In a prepared statement, Mr, llantley laW his "primary direction sign In the Island wa knocked down and the radiator li\cludli\f: tlltlngi, dampers housings, and custom uiutt.

purpose In running Is due to the tremendous growth and In Marvin's\ ears was Inched In. "'" The 8Ui lon ahopa have the capacity to produce the uetw -
development *f the Coanty. MarMn. police said std not'report the aectdent but eon. qi.l' # r1 ...k*ni eooeawwijatiies* maUl.tec. a eQtHX squate toot :willoe
ttnued toUtD. Plv mile south of Orson Cove the/ radiator afth bulldilui la Mngt "'. *
"1 have a sincere desire," he ..... ... servo and to give tit became so hot ha ass Unable to continue He phoned] Tjw Green Cove facility\ wtQ be completely'equipped wlt" oj

t'' .0 tile people .1 the Cewnty equal rtpreeentaUtn .U tbelrtak the Clay County'aneriffa office and 'tale Trooper M. Ter- modern tooling eon.>a/ahJe in eeape to anal al ilw*.anlon

$ legislator roll O wfsrd, Jr, wa dlapatahed to the aoene.Marvin . facility, to fair tea to the products required W Climate cperatloiu -
-4' was to appear before<< County Judge Thorn J.Rlren In the southeastern area .t..11I11 shops In the lot
Dab .f the Coanty. I* a nil gradoale ./ '
Mr. llnntley a
this week on a charge Of Jailing to have hi* vehicle Angeles Industrial area and overseas, not Including Job-eik
the University of Florida (Bachelor of Science In Boslaeoa Udder control Installations, will add up to a total of over IM.800 square feet
Administration). Fallowing service In the Army be returned
of sheet metal fabrication shot. operated by Climate,
and Is owner-maiuger of Hontlcy Food -- ------ -
to the County now i
Center la Orange Park. I Climate Conditioning maintain a Urge "hard eo,," oftrained

and siperlenred engineers, technicians and iupervl
lie la married to the former Mary Ward ef Benlfay. Mr IBook Circulation In County II spry Ilf'reon/lf'l/ | who are eiperta In the fields of sheet metal

and Mrs. llantley have three children I usage and .\\llllIr.t Ion,. and air conditioning Installations III

- -- - -- Libraries Doubled In Final I addition to tlie .111'1.| "*... there are available through the
I parent organisation. a alseable. pool uf eiperlenced key supra

Burlington Exec The first lr.rkk. ad of Climate t'endlllonlng effk ocr \'Iaor, and lw Mitre I personnel. lime the scope of the Paul

I of 1963 pure arrived In keel Cove from ('.U,.,... ..sic Rslerdsf herdsman, Ina operations la an diverse., perMnnel' are al

Quarter } night. On .NeiMiar scorning the drivers of the I*ft. truck sera available from wtUiln the organisation to staff any projrrl

I I wife greeted as they" entered .... Indeslrial park by J. r. regardless of Its nature,
Chamber Speaker Circulation of In the County's library system ,In '
Mall Jr. rhalrman the award of lae lUnk ., Green (eve
II unite make this dlvlalun
the last three month of 1067 more than doubled from thor A transportation fleet of
and Ihe' ('..n"', rhlef. depely sheriff III and tllr ManagernVn
.-ar earlier figure according to Frederick II Andrew, County highly mobile Mp el.llsel service and teal unite\ are r4loequlpi" -
(Ietc who doses Ihe' .mavlteUswk .
Zellner (Ile/ The yeeng own Include turk trailer combination>
I librarianMr I I *) lI.ullIllIte
from (atlfornla SKI( snlleel) are L to r,' .H.iwr U.l..r
Andrews. In his quarterly retort for the period ended' stitch ran* In alse up to law mailmum .legal limit lengthprrmltllng
.. .. ('shsoar IMAngrlr
sad Ihtll II The Ire ,, Ml Mtsnton.
I l>o-c :11 said the reference area 01 the headquarter (Green competitive; eats for nationwide contracting opera
*, Thursday scorning, thriving ll.. l I) h..r*. breed
Con> library had been eipanded and estimated that ) hens Ttie smooth and elflrlenl' drip faultily still remains
.pproI.1 I Ins to Ihe t use _a. late trek, which. holds.. II* gsllns of .
I mutely 7J per cent of the reference qur Uoru are Ihe key lit the surreso uf both local I stud remote Jubell.I.,
I II I INewl f>*l. Mke shout five mlWe I. Ike gallon. tIN |t..
Mllifartorily answered
I sari ale daring refeeHag stop la Ihe Meantime, .... ( tlmaleondlltonlng According to Ihe record, 711 per and of the outstanding]
While high school related reference* Inquiries la still
'w 4dr1h I (' building was being pet In eecer by J. T. (IUn4prodoclloii stork of Paul llardmnan. tae, la owned by Universal Amerkan
;: qull* heavy It waa .lea so than last fall, while Junior col .
I maaager of (11_.. (ondllUnUg who essne to Corp "tll>. MJ sale were
.krge and extension course reference work Increased
(tree ('eve .lest seek to sign Ihe taw an Ike betiding. an4 to
Citing the Interest shown In the two recent art eihiblt I The prrimnl groeth of Ifardoman Is I Indicated In a
negotiate addltloiial) 1-pst .......
st Oren Core and Orange Park, Mr Andrews sell another kith signed by Paul Iferdeman. chairman end president, lalleraVman
display of hlttorical memorabilia. Irnt by S Doyen Jennings, -- -.- --- --.-- -- .ttwUwlMn alert published In the latest annual re.

Df Mlddlrfcurf and member of hie family. "... r* *tved with I Wet of the nimpanr' This shows grew revenue In MI rose
much Interest In Orange Perk" In this area Heavy purchase In the beak tub,...! cress alt II pet eenl over UWMO of INI and 11$ per cenl from INOH .

Keystone HrlghU, Mr, Andrew reporUd ha voted to needMl to make the collection a more workable one "'*'. ,t tunings of apvroiInnately' IIS million In IM ..ereI

provide a lot on which the County will conetrurt a new library In the headquarter llbfa/y/ .Is coming a real problem Htistve b per cent from II*) sad up III per cent from I MO earning
t rr Purchased of elM," book I* being held up pending release end furniture hare been re-shuffled to more sfflcteMIr UM the.
of State library fund. Mr An',.,.* said .1, space available. Of apvroslmalely 1111004 common llardeman shares

"Ae \library patron Increase, UM ohttrta,. of bn k. II I toll hawk purchaa during the period totaled approatmaUly : ouUlaiMliiig. Universal' American OWN approslmaUry. II3S004

more acutely Of the 1700 book In th" libraries, only slightly 111, Additionally |7t book- were given' to the system. T.. of TtUs could Indlrale thai ottlf about 41000 sham art available .

I over WX are of any real value The rotation of the popular I I Il'-. according to Mr Andrew were value. reftrenre work I for trading on.. IN American. Mark. (Ischene:
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type boot ha* been started and win help solve the problem premed. by the Green Cove ""'In.. Ysrn Co
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Mrs. Long To Succeed Husband ? Claims A Life

Committee Nix Ktflway If skurwd anntner bf* .... PrUay Mght.Wi .
Citizens School Says ; I ha.l Anon liWtoe, t.rar| >.l4 sailor sUlloftaxt atNAA

Je.knnvile! died eha" the far he was driving crasheil

I "Into Ito H4. .( lh tUf"un tfelry sake truck: ., the Inter

s.etinn.f II and lllh..r no. the l..rtufs. Inkt roes.Aaedln4 4 4I

(George Davis : No Comment I .to Mate TT'enf M. Tsrrsll Craa-furd' Jr who ''

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Mag( Gfauntg Crescent I Mrs. Weigel A Candidate I ---;--- r1

A Show of Hospitality by pottittker DUNCAN GRONER I 1 4-H Club >;,

One of the top executives of Burlington Industries will It does not take a crystal ball to see that Green Cove, in

be the principal speaker at the annual dinner of the Clay particular, and the entire County generally, stand at the very w'\i
County Chamber of Commerce at 7 o'clock next Wednesday brink of a solid boom which, within four or five years, may NewsBy

evening In the Charles E. Bennett School. I very well outpace the spectacular growth of Florida in the past I
The dinner vlll salute Burlington whose subsidiary, the three or four decades.

Oreen Cove Springs Yarn Company, "came home" to Green i! The most immediate and continuing need of this coming

Cove last summer and Is now employing approximately 300 boom 90'11Ill'\ in the field of manpower . young men and
I George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra I.. Reese
persons I women, capable and trained to meet the growing requirements

Oreen Cove and the County will be doing themselves a of our developing industrialization. I On Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14 and 15, Eddie Tay
favor If Its citizens turn out for this dinner <$150 a head) I This will\ be, I believe, an overriding problem surpassing in Club member from Oreen Cove, attended the Stat

in droves. It Is our opportunity to say to Burlington we are importance the question of adequate housing, of which we 4-H Council meeting, in Tampa held In conjunction a
happy to have them back and we hope they will be happy and have a shortage; of a high grade of public accomodatlons and r Florida State Fair Eddie represents Clay and the rev

profitable in their handsome plant. I restaurant facilities; and of other pressing needs. #r rounding counties that make up 4-H Club District V.
As the letter to the editor, signed by Mrs. Jack Saam, For years, the County's most Important export wu neither ,i;. #r A Friday afternoon meeting, followed by a council

published on this page indicates, many meetings, organizationsand I timber nor cattle nor turpentine. It was the young men and at the Columbian Restaurant and another council meet
get-togethers in the County suffer from a paucity of women who could find no work here. And the tradegy is that night rounded out the first day of activities. Saturday f

attendance. The recent annual award banquet of the Orange we have been thus deprived of their capabilities and energy I I 4-H club day at the Fair. The two state 4-H councils'. Bo

Park Jaycees was attended by a corporal's guard Too many We are now faced with the opportunity to hold these Girls', were featured at the program.

stayed at home to watch that show on television youngsters/ here. We are faced .. and the need will Increaseas On Monday, Feb. 17, a joint reorganlzatlonal meet
It would be inhospitable to the speaker and a show of Ingratitude our growth unfolds . with the question of whether our District V was held at the Duval 4-H Club Park, Jack

to Burlington if there were, next Wednesday, any native sons continue: as an export commodity and, because of Four representatives from each county in District V r
repetition of the Orange Park Jaycee dinner or of the meeting this in order to fill the needs of our new industries, we must r ass attendance. Those attending from Clay County were:
of which Mrs. Sum wrltei. I continue to Import trained people.
Booth, County Council president, Eddie Taylor, Counc
We need some County cheerleaders: who can whip the Even admitting the academic quality of the County's .p
gate, Pat Wells, County Council president, Mary I
people of the County up to a happy fervor at our present sit. public schools within recent years has risen, there is muchto .. Council delegate. The local extension staff also atten!
uation. Any man's home next Wednesday night should be off be desired and much to be done ant we cannot expect to "- a separate meeting.

limits, bull our way through the problem with half-measures. Mrs. Vickie B. Welfel. a jsstlte of the peace In Middle- The 4-H Club meeting with Eddie Taylor presldlr
In recent address by B. Frank Brown, principal of the
a burg for the put four yean, ,announced this week she wouldbe cussed the forthcoming changes in the State 4-H club pi
Melbourne (Fla.) High School, which boasts a library bigger a candidate for the County Board of Public Instructionfor On Saturday April 11, there will be a district events da,

A Salute To The ACLOreen than Its gymnasium, he decried the current tendency District ,. The position has been occupied for 17 years held at the Putnam County Fairgrounds, Palatka. This
elevate athletic coaches to high administrative public school
br Jut Wilkinson, of Clay IIIU Ing will feature the election of two District represen
offices Mrs. Welgfl. the wife of W. R. Welgel, Jr.. chief: Land These representatives will then become members of tI)
Cove City Manager Ben Zellner credits: the Industrial The inevitable result of this trend 1s that "building bodies," Management division, Florida Trustees Internal Improvementfund State 4-H Club Council and will\ represent 4-H Club DII-

Development division of the Atlantic Coast Line Ralrload witha u the public school athletic razzmatazz today euphemistically said the would not run for justice of the peace on the new State 4-H' Club Council. Two boys and U
Climate Conditioning Co., a subsidiary called becomes a sort of crusade, and academic learning byproduct
major role In attracting aisln. from each of the counties in our district will make up tJ)
of Paul Hsrdeman, Inc., to Green Cove's new Industrial In Inc body at this district meeting. This is the first actual
Mrs.elgel, the mother of two children: enrolled I
A manifestation of this U schoolnlght athletic events One
of the overall state 4-H club
park. schools, Is native of Live Oak and has been of the reorganization pr
Officials of Paul Hardeman, Inc. the California-based Industrial I of my own sons 1s a basketball addict and I cannot count the 'county public This same procedure li being followed In the other nil,
contracor, which is the parent company of Climate Con schoolnlghts within the past few months he has gone barrel- a mldrnt of Clay County for seven years. She has had extensive club districts the state
experience In the property management field of real I
ditioning, have already paid tribute to the "splendid coopera Ing off to some never-neverland to play or watch a basketball eitste. (Continued on Page Four)
tion" of Mr. Zellner and to Green Cove attorney Berwick Anderson game Result; no homework.
who hu handled the legal business for the City . and to In a three-part survey of the County's educational needs
the seal of MaJ. Gen. Norman H Vlsscrlng (USA, ret.), an assistant published in The Crescent last. fall, Dr, James B. Conant, the

vice president of AC!., and Bythel Warrell, general Indust- leading prophet In the United States of American academic I ON MARCH S
rail agent for the road. requirements today, was quoted u saying every high school
Sine the contract for the U2 million moonshot building at should require every student to write a minimum of one

Cape Kennedy r on which Climate Conditioning's entrance a week I am told this Is a nominally accepted dlctlm them'j REELECTEdward

into Ocean Cove was based . was only awarded last month, all\ County, I know it is not fulfilled.
this indicates a rare degree of aggressive enterprise and< cooperation I A vital segment of Dr. Consnt's report on American public I Vote
I school education deals with the training of those who are ,

We salute the Atlantic Coast Line, Mr. Zellner, Mr Anderson not able or willing to continue their academic training In a : B.
and members of Oreen Cove's City Commission and express the college or university These young men and women, who In Taylor

hope this fine cooperation will continue to the benefit of the final countdown are as Important as the very rare geniuses i
all concerned.: cannot be taught to play basketball or football or any Success
I other sport and given a smattering of Ignorance of the purely I

Intellectual pursuits . and then expected to go Into one
of the military services to learn a trade, The County simply
cannot: afford It. --- -
letters to tlj u ifbijor The bulk of Climate Conditioning's payroll will go to ..d KEEP US GROWING

sheet metal workers hired through union offices In Jackson'
Wile, How many of these men will move to Oreen Cove and
To The Clay County Crescent:
I how many will commute dally from Jacksonville (which will

Please let me thank you for putting my questionnaire on I I be a switch) remains to be seen. But It Is a relatively sure
your very attractive editorial page I realise that this was i bet they will\ spend their paychecks: where they live
a tremendous amount of trouble, and I want you to know I I The employment requirements of Johns Manville are still
that I am deeply grateful for this public service that you have unknown to me. I am told the operation that Is planned In
rendered to me and to the cltlwns of Clay County. |I Green Cove does not: require highly skilled workers such as
You will be Interested to know that literally hundreds of sheet metal workers. Whether their ultimate goal of BOO em-
these questionnaires have been returned to me from all over |I ployes can be recruited. locally Iwould think, Is a moot ques The Bank of Green Cove Springs
tion. But it Is certain that those who recruited from other
the IS counties of our District, and as soon as we are able are
to tabulate the results, I shall be delighted to send you a copy places must be lured to move their families to the Green Cove
of them. area else the local economy will\ not get the boost that would
otherwise' be true.
D R Matthews, M, C. --- -
Know Your Bank - -

The club began making preparations two months In advance .
To The Clay County Crescent: and everything ran smoothly except the selling of tickets.

We put posters all\ over town and receive wonderful ocoprra-
In reply to Representatives Saunders statement "office
tlon from The Crescent, radio and television My employer was
holders should resign before seeking other political offices."
nice enough to give me two days off to appear on television's '
the following seems appropriate: CUrs Martin Cheerer >k. President and Cashier
I Mid-Day and the Waldo Morris Show By appearing on these
Should Mayor Ilaydun Burns resign?
progrsms. I was able to give Green Cove some good publicity, of the Bank b a native of Quliwy She has lived In
Mayor Hayden Burns hu an excellent record as mayorof
ss wt'11.1\ to announce the dance received' many compliments
Jacksonville. In holding a political office, a man gains maturity I Green about II yean Mrs. ranter started working
I on these appearances, and on our Emergency Aid Program,
judgment and experience He Is thus better able to
serve the prop!. tie represents for which the proceeds were to be used.I u'+, In the Bank In 1141. MM yean later she was named
If he sincerely feels that he Is the brut qualified man to am very sorry to say that Instead of showing a profit assistant cashier and la INI cashier In INt she was
serve an even larger segment of Florida voters, then h e. lost "0. There 'was a basketball\ game that night but we 1''F R
shouldn't he run for such an office and yet retain his pr".1 exported at !least a few people to attend after the game I oleo cc caused Assistant >'ltt President and In INI a \>e Tntld .

ent position If he lost In the governor's race, should understand that Friday ls a very hard working day for a lot
people of Jacksonville be denied his maturity, judgment, and of people: that some just didn't feel well; but I can't understand ('nl.

experience as thrlr elected. Mayor I DONT THINK HOI In I 'why only 14 people were able to attend The club Issincerely Mrs. CbrMrr has bed Uve Is
s a the AworlaUonf
lad, I feel than any man should have the opportunity to run grateful to those who showed an Interest In our program

for office without resigning rl'Ollhla current one I and are donating toward that cause We hope thoM who '' s NstiuulRanking,. \'e_... srrHng as chairman e(
A review of American history and politics! reveals that came enjoyed themselves. I -
the Jsrk..siv1U la INI. Last
grow year Mrs. Chtwrr
many of our moat able leaders held high political\ offices
I iassn We will survive this set bark but we will\ not t* able to
while campaigning for another
They were NOT asked to re I was named la ">\h.'. Mh .f Anerkaa Wtmrn.
do as much for the community as we had planned We have .
by their voters Many were elected to an even higher
office even the highest In the tuition, such as our late I already made, commitments to feature Jimmy Strkkland at
our second. annual Talent Show, If do not at least :
President John F Kennedy, mho was U B Senator at the we break ) \
time of his election to the pirsldrncy Further Lyndon 11 even thru, U will\ have no choir but to dUband r '.

Johnson tan for and was reflected U B Senator In the same We mill\ new ask for rash donations without offering fLAR. M. CTIC9SE : ,\
election In which he ,.aa chosen as our VlcePresldentJ something In exchange, such as the talent show or a dance -t

K Croat I mhlch many haft reQlll'etf'd. What our members are In nerd Vk.* President .* Cathlrr" '. \ \

(Editor's Not: In practice the auction of nether or not a elf right now Is; enoouratentent.The r %
Junior Woman's Club's Itto t. '
Tondidate for public office should resign from another office purpose enrich the '
lives of our members by>> unselfishly helping others, and for t., j \
has depended on whoae foot was being pinched In principle\ ,
the betterment .f our eonununlty.' stat, and country I
The Crescent thinks the political expediency' of clinging to time I
If we are unable to fulfill have tt'UOnI
our purpose we no
safety of one office hlle sreilrag" another U not altogether In ; :
Use public Interest. However It 1s a question that has been to ettst I IUn. 0

debated for years and item" resolved e II| Jack Uam I BANK: f GREEN COVE' SPRINGS
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Last Friday night one of the turret and most unsuccessful I L O
dance .as held In Green. Cote 1.a.. the M Valentine

Ie.zsce sponsored by. the. Junior..Woman's Club NEW AND USED CARS The County's OtieslIltl Largest Bank
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For The City Commission I Heart Drive Set For Sunday Troopers Made 89 Road

I Sunday has been dcMglnated The' canvass will augmrnt Arrests In County In Jan.
I Heart Sunday according to the total already collected' In ,
I .J: .- I Admiral Chauiwey Moore (US the lint half of the month- I; - -
Klghty: nine highway arrests
J N. wt.t>, County chairman ot long campaign which U belryj DANCE IV MIDDLEBURO
I | were made' In the County last
\ ; \ the annual heart fund-rtdsing conducted to expand the research '- The ladles auxiliary of the
I month by the three Stltetl'll'lll1'fI
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campaign education and communI Mlddleburg fire Dept. will
4;" assigned to duty here',
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I Ilty 1If'f'tC'roltfllm of the sponsor a dance at the Middle.burg
| Gather Martin heads the according to 'apt. J, T. Prater,
w ,' i Northeast Florida heart Asao- Civic Center at S o'clockon
\ Orrvii Con ('ampAII1'f.nd Lea- of PnUlka |
i (elation I Friday Feb 38.
M t v mon Ward the campaign in State trooper reported four The dance will feature UM
I IL I 1 Keystone HotdliU An Orange The lUte association U an injuries In the" County duringthe 'II music of the Starlit Shufflers
4 r Park chairman was named affllate of the American IlraitI I month of January and 'II nonce Club, with Walt Knight
but he Differed a heart attack I i I AMtll'la UOI\, the only national property damage resulting from an caller Performers range In
Refolding to Admiral l Moore, voluntary health agency" devoted -.I highway accidents was put at from T old
,1 age yean up.
...,.,. > before he could take on his exclusively to combating the I clone to $7000 I ICapt I Donations are 29 and M
dutiesIt diseases of the heart and blood Prater said that 208
I, \fiwfh faulty equipment warningswere cents a person .
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i> hoped that on Sunday ''
tt Untied and one stolen raged approximately 10 hoursdaily
t I ex'cry home in the County will,' j The" Heart Volunteer! will apprehended i I II each on duty during the
be contacted for the purpose of leave behind an envelope at
: The three" Slate troopers<< ave month's 23 working days
I, it distributing literature on the homes where door belle go unanswered I -
doNMUtlng effects of a heart These should be \11I'\1''I
; attack | to mall In Heart fund contribution I I
*. Rome volunteers will
Admiral, Moore Mid heart I HelmVuiier
undertake a no.'anvIAI 01 "not'
ailments are the biggest klllrr "
at home
In the United States today )i
r.J More than 500.000 persons a Proceed from the drive will year are \'lcth101 heart at- be used to fight diseases or''
tacks I the heart and blood vessels '
locally In this state and nationally I'llAULKH: ; 1IHIAIFuneral (
J Mayer Edward R. Taylor announced this week' he null "A rontrlbutlon toward this I
stand for reelection to the Green Core City C.nmlMl lathe terrible lllnrM wit\) to toward These diseases ire n- r I H rector
lurch S election I further research It mint be *l>oiuiible tar( man. than 84 per
Boyle Brown. manager of Suburban G.. Ce. toaUfled Mayor Taylor said during his fear jt+rt' service .. the accomplished! and the problem rent of all drain, They Includ.
thus .week to run for the seat on the City Cotamlwton. sew Cemmlsftlon. the City had pantuwed the de-artlvaled Naval must bo met M It wa In the heart attack, stroke, high I I II.1 1 t t .e I Minnf 24 !MM1/ ,
held by Mayor Edward. B. Taylor based; that industry was moving Into the area and the City I case of yellow fever typhoid, blood pressure\ and hardeningof '
A native ef South Carolina, Mr. Brown hj lived In Green' U beginning U know Its lint wild prosperity ,polio and many other illnesses" the arteries. rheurnaUo fever : (AMEN l'l)1'E srsINGi, FIORIDA
Cove for nearly I tt years. The Job Is Mt finished but by the end ef this year we Admiral Moore said I I and Inborn heart defect nuv u IIMT: P. 0. no* Ng

He I. a member of the Florida C.UJeawn'aUea.. have every reason to beUtve there will be enesgh IndustryIn I _. i
the Farm Bureau, the Clay County Chamber of Commerceand our new Industrial park U retire the City's Inirbt ,,-* ----- -'- -- ---- -- -- -- ---

the lint Baptist Church. lie U a former member .f ""'b, break. up a City Commission that has beta ne- I . . . . ... .. ... '
the County hospital Authority ful In starting oar Industrial growth ' : ; .

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\ 4'TH Week

Green Cove Socials : At Junior Woman Club Dance I Big 1' CELEBRATION 1

Return hems at FBU. spent the wrtk.enc11 I
Mr and Mrs II. R. Wtlgand with his mother Mrs Vera
returned last week from a trip I Franklin. ee qa e -1 Knprr-KliM .
to Ponte Oorda and ZephyrHills. I 1 R criioASraNr.
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Roanoke visitors r ,
Mr. and Mrs, M, U Martin ,
the'guests 1 Inch C'wt nn' ('w' Only
Had gueaUMr of Roanoke, Va. were
and Mrs. Arthur Sohm for a few days last we.k '' RIB ROAST I9clB
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had aj their guest last week of their sister and brother-in- ,
Mr Bohm's slater and brother law, Mr and Mrs W Burch Yk Mrwk C.l Middle C.l Only
in-law. Mr and Mrs Henry Stump. I
RIB ROAST fiStflfl
DuQualne of Fond du 1Ae, I t d g l g e l ,

Wise, Mrs Duqualne was the \'.mnl,.. wedding; : I .,.....,,'. Quirk. Free All tarlU
former Sadie Sohm. I The Oreen Cove assembly of Prlrce ,In this' Ad effective'

the Order of the Rainbow. will l" .Nslurdsy, 1'rb. find. DINNERS I 11 -01, PKG, 3Bc EA.
In Winter Haven I sponsor a womanleas wedding
Mrs. R, 0, Dell was transferred Jat S o'clock, March 1 In the : ,
last week from Clay Junior High School auditorium
Memorial Hospital to a nursing II e TV- MVIIfVICUlMavonnaise
home In Winter Haven. Her tUIUri' from 8. C I .. I
nelce. Mrs Fred Langenhont, I Mr and Mrs H U En trek In b'. er I I Angel Food 39rAKKsKONKA I IJAVI
of Winter Haven accompanied .of Spartanburi S C were the .
her Mrs Bell s address U P.O. guests last week of Miss Lillian .' \

Box 1051! Winter Haven Fie. Watklna I

Writ NUal"I I I t .fi.. I
of Dwlght, EllnoU. visited. RET IIi, ',.

with their cousin. Miss Don- I': The Oreen Cove Chapter, L ,1'L +.J. ,_ 4 J A.#. Peach Pies 39c : Hi-C
nle Dean Baker, last Saturday Order of the Eastern Blat will I PHOTO IT cast you I
They were enroute to Ft Lau Install new officers for the year
be attended the haJet Ww sos Clabdsnre
deldaleIUm at ceremonies to be held at I I
si the VIA '''IUIiMr laid Friday aldbwets. L U ri
o'clock Saturday night In Cabal I Pies
for = -end i Hall Members and friends Bra 0.. F.IWrUn. Mr. F UrrU Mr* Vaac F.-tH and Cherry Fruit Drink
Mr, F.web. Sea Mrs. law*. letter U tile edIUr N :1)). I
Wlnford Franklin a student are Invited. .

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Office Building Rises I I OP Mardi Gras Plans Set I 0 P High Scholars I

Thirteen candidates are be. and Rhonda Lowe, sponsoredby _____ .___
,. sponsored In the forthcoming : the Doctors Inlet Civic I pp.avr aaar wets' +-III.
[ Orange Park Mardi Oras I Assn, Michele Hoade, sponI pg; '
rr'r. I which Is scheduled for Satur I sored by the sophomore class "p
day Feb 29 | King of Mardi Oral: Johnny IIlg '
1 For Queen of Mirth: June Lynch sponsored by Miller's ? )
f Nelson, sponsored by Jim Reid's ft & 10; and Harry Roberts, a .
Brake and Wheel Service Co., I! sponsored by the sophomore .
Marie Katlbah, sponsored by class I ?
Hal E, Haglund; Dot Bradley, The parade will form at :' "
A sponsored by the Llonellas. I Moosehaven and march down I r( ,
I 7- tow, .a
1 King of Mirth: Alfredo route 17 to the Bank of Orange : .: ; jr T
Jaime sponsored by the Or. Park The Raider Band } "ti'
ange Park Area Jaycees, and the Clay High Band will r .f
George Center, sponsored by play for the parade and eachI \ \ '11rf. .
the Orange Park Lions Club I I band will give a concert dur
Queen of Mardi Oras: Susan Inc the afternoon. f', i
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Wlegel, sponsored by Ban Le I At the Mardi Oras costume I 'ft rr
brydo Lumber Co, Betty Al. ball, which will be held at the It '
sponsored by the Orange I Orange Park High School in r ,... A.-'
Ill'n Promenaders, Sue Draw the evening, the music will be r'' l, .
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dy, sponsored by Clay 011 Corporation ; provided by the Orange Park I .. '
The Brown Building, being constructed by Frank W Wanda Itolllnaworth, High Stage Band, and Floyd ')1 .. .f\\ ..
Brown, Jr., I is scheduled to be completed April 1. It will house lIazen will call a few square .f'i'ttlr. .. ) .....' '" ...
Mr. Brown' real enUte and insurance office; the Hcruby and I I dances during the evening. ...,.t. )' ...
Tonga law firm and three additional offices. The structure I.J ). './1 . :! ..........."r.. .... .
which II 105 i 50 feet I* of Colonial architecture and stands I .B U L. '"
en Highway IT between Crest Oak Circle and McIntosh JOINS YERKES STAFF OP TROOP n ENJOY !-- -, f ..:.

enue. The wooden structure currently occupied! by Mr, AY.I Miss Francis Pits Gerald has CAMPING WEEK-END Donna Katie, 16-jtesr-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs D. J, ,
will be moved completed her studies at Mc. I Fourteen Girl Scouts of Katie, has won a four-year scholarship at any Florida I

_-.- -- --- Olll University In Montreal, Troop 302, Orange Park, spent I college of her choice I
and Joined the professional I last weekend at Camp Chow II I Mary Foppell 17, daughter of Mr. and Mr. R. E.Poppell.
PHA Council To Meet In OPThe '
ensaw on a camping trip has won a scholarship In practical mining and may enter the
staff of Yerkes Laboratory ,
The weekend helped the Florida college of her choice
tth Annual meeting of i a panel of speakers, who are ---- I girls of this troop to meet part I' rr -
the Clay County Public Health members of the advisory coun Mark Twain said: "I wantto of the requirements for their t
I I I the devil, to "Troop Camping Badge," on News
see just set my 4-H Club
Nursing Council was held at ell There will also be exhibits I I
eyes on that person who for which they are workingAccompanying .
the Orange Park Civic Center demonstrating types of Public i
I' untold centuries has been the them on this I Two)
en Tuesday February 18th at Health Nursing available In spiritual head of four-fifths Of week end were Scoutleader r (Continued from Page
I:00 o'clock, I I this county. I the human race and the political I Mrs M D Womack, scout. This represents a very radical departure from the past standards .
Mr Douglas McKee was In The public Is Invited to at. head of all of It He must, leader; Mrs Zachary Martin, of performance where all 4.H activities were divided Into
charge of the program with tend. I have executive ability of the neighborhood chairman; and I 4 a Boys and Olrls section As the changes take place we will\
I I highest order Mrs. Charles Rogers, gradually develop a single unified 4-H club program for the
-- ---- entire state This Is a needed and welcome change. Other
activities at the district events day will feature: Demonstration,
.rrkl Public Speaking Tractor Driving, Lamp Contest, and Vegetable

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Judy IrUbee. 14-year-old daaghter of Mr. and Mr. I.H I
Frisbee, of Mlddleburi. has been awarded a teaching tcholarvhlp I
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FEBRUARY 1/. 1M4 _(f( jj

I Upon the death of Mr. Brown bed them the "Indian Summer I II H. C. Erdman at MHO recently.1''I Beal'i daughter and eon-tn-law,
Keystone College Mr. Mlddleton succeeded him I Club" 'which Is quite appropriate Dr. and Mrs Robert Chapman
as secretary of national missions Who will be the next ones Mr and Mrs Clark Routtahn
are medica.iussfonrfes In
of the Methodist church eligible for membership of BurkltUvllle Md., and Mr.
I I Hong Kong sent out by the
n and shortly thereafter be was and Mrs William Wllcom
I made Bishop, lie and Mrs I The Rev Fred C Oramllch, formerly\ of BurkltUvllle and f Evangelical Free Church of
Middleton have planned to call pastor of The First Baptist now of Frederick, Maryland Minneapolis

on Mrs Brown each winter Church of Groton, Mass and called on Mrs. H C. Erdmanlast ;
when they come to Florida, Mrs Gramllch, were guests of I 'week These folks are now

since the death of Mr. Brown. I the Rev and Mrs J. A Swot- active or were' active formerly I I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D.
nam for smral days recently.1 In the St Paul's Lutheran Myers were delighted to have

While making her bed k Church of BurkltUvllle of I a surprise visit from Mr. Ernest
couple of mornings ago, In the I The February mwtliv of the which the Rev H C. ErdmalIdl"tf'llM'd1 \I'I'I M. Blanchard of Mexico N Y.
Quadrangle, Mrs Ethel Morgan Penney' Farina WCTU. will\ ( was the pastor, for who Is spending three monthsat
fell and broke her hip. I be held on Friday February many years I Daytona Beach Mr. Blanchard -

I She Is now confined to the 21. at 2U: o'clock. was! a Boy Scout execute!

Clay Memorial Hospital at The public Is Invited' to attend Mr and Mrs George J. Boal ': career at Syracuse la June

I Qreen Core Springs II I the annual speech contest I of Plalmtlle, N. J are the Ive for 37 years, ending Ms
I hen two grouts of- bon guests of his sisters the Misses I 1958 In 1937' 'when Mr. Blanchard .

Mr Ana Colby, (JOIItJnuttr of and girls from the 1 local elementary I II F. M and II. A. Baal,. Last was Boy Scout executive
the New England Fellowship I school will be presentedi Sunday evening after the'' In Mlddletown. N Y, George

I Conference Grounds, at Rom i, under the leadership of Mrs I miiRlnir In the Quadrangle, I K Myers son of Mr. and Mrs.
hey Depot. New Hampshire, Mary Storey Names of the Mr. Weal gave an Illustrated Herbert D Myers, 'was assist
Judges will\ be I
called on the Rev and Mrs. week announced next I talk on Hong Kong and en's ant Boy Scout executive with
by Mn B. It Curtis host
John A. S"'l'tnal1and the Rev CM drops using colored slides Mr. Mr Blanchard.
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and Mrs lUrry C. Marehoune I
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recentlyThe I
Mr. and Mrs J Herein Mill
The academic center of the proposed t'Olltre11\ be II I I
In the main building of the Goaptl.olunl..n.' conference preacher st the Penney Irr. who have spent a month ,I I.t .. NOTICE --
Plans are In the works to at Bo>'nton Bench,
open a liberal arts junior renter The dlnlniroom. shown are on thl'lrI
above occupies tbe build. Memorial Church 11 o'clock I
college at Key-tone's Park of the Palms next fall with perhaps Ini's first floor and wai built by the late George P. TlbbltU 1 worship service next Sunday way home to Pittsburgh. Pa. I,

75-100 students Sponsored by the Gospel Volunteers founder of the Park of the Palms Classrooms would be to* I will\ be the Rev Ralph Collls On their way they sUnniHl to rMMTUI Hit tl. ISMII
Inc. of which Gordon L. Purdy (above) li national president cater on the building's second floor. I see Mrs Miller's mother, Mra.1 I
The Rev A V Lftwuon will
the college will emphasise ". Christian philosophy," and will I I -- --- \IKUTHlll.! W:: flJJ FIAT TOPS!'!, $1.50
1------- conduct the Prayer Meeting at.I"
probably train many of Its students for entrance Into a thro- -
30 r M. on Wednesday Frb- si the followlitt shop In Green Cove Spring
logical seminary The proposed 100-arre site of the college, I I
just west of Keystone Heights, Is currently an Interdenominational I" y 96thThe I Attention KIIOIIr::>S nil.SONS,
MHC&Penney ____ _ _
winter retreat and Bible conference Center Gospel
111.1 LAl4.5 DMHHTwin
Volunteers operates a similar retreat and conference Parent-Tutcher Association
center during the summer at Speculator, N. Y. Mr. Purdy of the I'tom.n"l I Florida

pilots his own Cessna between Keyitone and Speculator Farms School st their monthly meetIng .
Flying time.: seven hours. He has been a licensed pilot for I last Tuesday, mere favored
only four yeses Mr. PuHy, a native of Canada, Is an ordained with an Inspiring Illustratedtalk Motorists I
Baptist minuter. There are 11 weekly regularly scheduled Reporter] MRS IIERBFRT D. M1FRS.! Phone S.M1II on India by RorhungaPudalt '; Realty i

religious services at Park of the Palms. I *. a native of Manlpur
I The thought of the Brother. for their
message In song the
State, Assam. India Some of
hood of man Is not a product rendition of which I Rcil Estate
. menu ac. j jr
I his ancestors, as close as his ;
...4I... .i 1"1 of this generation. Over 3000 claim. I I grandfather, 'fire head-hunters IIRct
years ago the prophet blah Before the presentation of
., In the mountains of northeast Broker
said 'Thf') helped everyone his j this program "a tea" 'was tendered India Rochunga's father was
neighbor; and everyone said I to the students and their : w w t
one of the first converts' toChrltlantty
to Mi brother, Be of goodcourage. mothers by the social committee .
*. and ls now a pat. "
." However some of our of the Ouild. I IUnd.r AdtrAOK A I.OTlRl'tlld.nllal !
tor of a native village church
vy' churches today observe February the direction of the
U ontmerrlal
Mr Rochunga Pudalta a
0th to 18th as fOBrothrr.I Guild president. Mrs Edgar
graduate of Whealon College,
I Industrial -
hood Week"Because Wilson, a business ml'ttll\l'
Wheaton III lie Is Exrcutlv
Mrrvlng' Greater slay County
followed this Brotherhood
of the brothertlneas
Director of the lndo Burma
with Miss Elms 1 ON TRAVELERS UiM T Nflb
I of some of the residents of our Pioneer Mission, and makes
neighbor city, "Green Cove Pearce presenting an Insplr his headquarters In this '
I Springs,"the Women's Oulld of Ins devotional under the .p.1' try at Whealon, AUTOMOBILE

the Penney Memorial Church tlon of "Brotherhood". Three 'was accompanied her b eoun'I' INSURANCE tl acre tract with two Hwy, II NoHlh I

j through the efforts of our lit examples of brotherhood were wife Mauls, and two sons h*._ en Illihws ITiNoHlh rsUblUhed bMlnoMoa n

I erary chairman Mn. T. II I I 1 brought to our attention and j, 4, and John I. He went on to 1. New Low Rstci of ICH. .",... II acres *.m.
Runyan was able to present of course the Ufe of our LordI Boca<< Raton to, confer with Mr. letely furnIshed, madam
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to Its constituency the Dun. I I la our greatest example of Watktn R. Roberts who establlahed I 2. Sere (Driver Savings homo 10' by 40 with
I I bedroom .n several
Christian Brotherhood,
bar High School Chorus of six the original Chrlltl.nworll swimming peel
ty voices, In ten selections In Manlpur State, 3. Loisl Agent|| Service acres, Orangodalo Rule *
Students would be housed In the center's rootel-Uke directed by Mr. Rufus Wilson I On Friday February 14, a The Rev Raymond R Gregory I ra Vtalerfrenllol with .,.
quarters like those shown above Present rapacity Is more than };The first selection' 'was tilled well filled sanctuary at the celebrated his birthday last Sec 0 IJl Modern Homo .n 10 Irartlvo ootlags on Twin
100 with two students to each of the spacious room. The Lift Voice and Sing Penney Memorial Church unit.. Rout.
Every I week' with a dinner at the cafeteria I acres Orsnirdslo take, near K.y.ton..
rear of this building looks out on Lake Brooklyn. I' and each voice of this sixty ed with Christians around Die for the members of the SLATER SMITHII w tRuilness w *

. student chorus was lifted In world In the World Day of the Gregorys, there wen pres- on w.."., Hi It..*... I and l-k4
singing from mf'mor.nd without -I Prayer program The theme j' "Indian Bummer Club" Resides J N, Grosse Avo. Green ('... Rsrlnis. ream ......., a..r (WI.Phsn. .
I the aid of books, nine was "LET US PRAY Button, Mr and Mrs Clyde1 rJR'JN: : cx)\'K ,nrm\J rut

further selection, climaxing / ent the Rev and Mn George, Phone 114KOftrntiiinit
I 1| with The Battle Hymn of the Bishop and Mrs Vernon Mid "Eckel the Rev and Mrs Frank ....J..I Homo rh....' ....Ust

Republic<< Among the mod I dlrton called on Mrs Earl Johnson After" dinner, the I fir .
tlrfn ( N rUsT
Pest Mslnvl see ,
Impressive of the ten arll'dlona.1 Brown Saturday afternoon Hels Grarey. and Mr and Mrs Paul 11.,1111I IIWrDIl

A A+ me believe were the two iplrltuats \ the resident Bishop of the group repaired to the O.or'l. -
I I Ie Listen to fie Lam's" I I Pittsburgh area of the Methodist horn for games and refresh I - -

andI Want To Be Ready" Church They art 'Jlf'nd.r meets Tltnoo mentioned" above i I

We wish\ to convey thl'l i. Ins a short vacation at Rt r art all newlyweds among reeldente -
student chorus our gratitude Augustine and Bt Petersburg. I of Milo fiHrwons'
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Present center ., the gro.,'. s elal activities k the sol .
which orriptai a coveted ......U.n at the head ., IK* entry I
Into the Park of the Palma For the nvndreds wh now attend I -
Bible conferences there every winter, there art a few rales)

there Is no card.playing or dancing no ..,.....IM bevetafrs 1 Il ,", ..-... f- --,.
and no woman may ._11.. list Mr Party says "("'rt.UaM : v I IY

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TIIU&SDAY.. FEBRUAKY 21. 1644re.
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\ To telephone newt Item, or for other purposes,

reeu Q[[o'ue e iu s Green Cove nil and CCS Penney S8431MOranit Farms subscribers

rark. Mlddleburr and Jacksonville
I nbscribera call 264-C7J1

I First Baptist Church Sets Two- MeetingsThe : FSU Concert At Clay HighI I Clay County Servicemen I Win Scholastic Honors At ClayLinda

Pint Baptist Church of sion study In the basement of
Green Core will have a reception the church at 8 o'clock next I State University's 42- elections Pianists will be Harold .
'member glee club, of which Oral of Atlanta, and Bill I *
on Sunday March 1, between Tuesday evening. The book to
the hours of 3 and 5 be studied Is Apogee. All wom- i Cove Winford Is a E.member Franklin, will, of presentIts Green Rlddleepurger of Moultrte, Oaf I Navy Lieut. John R. McTam- I nam. Major Faul, a graduate l
o'clock at the church educational en of the church are invitedto first concert in the I The program will feature a many, Medical Corp, ton of of the University of Maryland Rw.r r
rymnaslum group of light songs, three of the Rev. and Mrs John Mc- and of Babson Institute where I'I'I
building, In honor of attend of Clay High School at I
I which are comedy numbers I Tammany, of Orange Park, Is'serving he received a master's degree ,
their new pastor, the Rev Joe 10 o'clock next Wednesday< I These include "Abbondanza" '' wits Carrier Airborne in Business Administration, iY
R. Olachea: and his family. FOUR MAKE ST. JOHNS I IPRESIDENT'S morning. I from "The Most Happy Fella" Early Warning Squadron 12 at entered the Army in 1947.
The public is cordially invited The concert will be open to and "Coffee Break" from "How I'I NAS, Norfolk. Lieut. McTam. V r
to attend so that all the I the public. There will be no to Succeed in Business Without many, who entered the Navy John R. O'Brien, whose ;, r: <
Four Oreen Cove students at admlsfHon charge. I Really Trying" both by Frank four years ago, Is a graduateof
people of the community may I I wife Is the former Barbara ; Yy '
St. Johns River Junior College iLoesser and "Lecuona Suite" Duke University and Duke i ,, 1'f
Opening with 0 Bone Jesu"
have an opportunity to join : Ann Bateman, of Orange Park,
1 Medical
members of the church In extending I made the President's list for by Pale trtna, the first part of''by: Ernesto Lecuona. I School. has been promoted to airman 't I ,
to this family a warm scholastic excellence in the fall the program will include "Ave The program will close with bArmy t* second class in the Air Force. ,. y 't
welcome. semester I Maria" by Arcadelt, "Salvation( three popular selections: "Ebb I Ma), Lloyd J. Paul, I He !is currently assigned to the L
The Church'i Woman Missionary They are Nancy Brack, Ron- Belongeth To Our God" byI| Tide" "What Kind of Pool Am whose wife Mrs. Anna Paul, 678th Radar Squadron at NAB I
Society Is sponsoring) ald E Oriffts. Alerlc R. Johnson Tchesnokov and the coronation j I," and "The Sound of Music" I lives In Oreen Cove, has been Jacksonville
a covered dish supper and mis ; and Judith Stough. I scene from "Boris Oodounov"!I arranged by Mrs. Ramon E. assigned to the Military Assistance I a A
by ll0u.0rtK1 and the-Drab '1- Meyer. I Advisory Oroup In Viet' I Army Specialist Four Jack ( 't Q t- ,,,,

H. Halgler, son of Mrs. Erma f_
H. Williams, Orange Park, Is
participating in Exercise Quick E.- _
Release, a joint Army-Navy- r
FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCE Air Force training operation on e
Okinawa. The 29-year-old soldier

I 1901 entered the Army In Nov..

During the first phase of the
operation, a 25th Infantry Division -

j to Okinawa Task Force where was they airlifted pickedup
WAS BORN HERE heavy combat arms and Cooper 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J .
1 equipment transported to the *epb K. Cooper, has been named valedictorian of the
Island by ships of the Military senior class at Clay High. A native of Green Cove, she plans
1 Bra Transport Service They to enter St. Johns River Junior College next tall liar aaikl-I
have joined military personnel tlon Is to become a teacher
attached to U. S. Army, Ryuk-
yu Islands, in simulated antl-
of northern Okinawa
guerrilla warfare in the Jungles

Victor W. Lusflon and John I
Hendrlcks, .
representing the 14 'l I II IY Ir
Green Cove lodge of the Elks
attended the meeting on Saturday .
at Umatllla and heard
1 a report on the Harry-Anna
Crippled Children's

1w physically The Harry-Anna nOlPltal'l

a convalescent
ren and Is owned and operatedby
the Florida State Elks Ass I
I ociation. In cooperation with ,
F. the Florida Crippled Chlldren'i ,
Commission, physical therapy I I /
and occupational therapy treatments .
art administered to more
than 60 In patients through H i.y
__ the facilities of the hospital, :
and to more than 400 outpa'I
tlents, through the Elks Home
I Therapy service. |
For that afternoon the hospital .

all visitors observed open house fort I (Staff photos. ky Gene Ram)
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- -I Ronald Euene Todd. 17-year-.W son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lord Todd. has been named aalilatorUa of Clay High's
tlUKCII .NOTICECIIRI8TMN senior Ia.. He moved to Green Cove last saraaaer, His father -
U. with the Green, Cove Springs Tarn tpaD,. A eaU -
I MIF.NCESOCIETY I ,. of Caroleen. N, C. ho plan U enter St. Johns BJver j
r M Collet In the fall and hopes U go from there .. tbo Unlrrr- 1
!f ally of North Carolina .. major. la twiaeos adaalnMrallo. ,
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: Services\ he\1 Sundayat !
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rtbrry 13. 1M4
tsar I I A cordial Invitation Is extended.
to attend our services.

THE SOUTH'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMP Most automotive engineers will tell you that the I
track Is one of their most valued laboratories.

WAS BORN AND BRED IN RACES RALLIES For example, track competition has led directly I I CLAY ".... m..711

to the following Ford engine changes: better block,
M. Uy llr. Friday Ts.Sb. .
ECONOMY RUNS! MANY HELD RIGHT HEREIN connect pistons rods and; bolted valve train, stronger' I ... each .'.vsigIAe1I "

Such iVU A *... tout*._ \
contribute Ford's
improvements to
THE SOUTHLAND!' READ HOW RACING winning track record, but also not to the only t tQtI l J BSL Prow 1 a m. \ jr),

fofmancfl so Important In your everyday driving. II -

HELPS GIVE BIRTH TO BETTER FORDS. Come see how It feels to test-drive a tfiiaJ 1 MI: Tkara.rH.IUt.r*. t*. it. tt. In Florida.
formance. winner! see YOUR FORD DEALER TODAY WALT DMMtr .

TEST DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. . AT YOUR FORD DEALER'SIF LNCRCOtBUC-. M.**.-A JOfXXITSM. Two.ftfc. after bowling, beer is a naturalAfter

U. .&. M yes'e hw*leJ a no* .* rwtnc* when rain w inJs.p
PALM ara1YGsREEK the 'inint si iK IIC ifM *t*..J.. Um.Unf cmrtr,c''i pod to rdn
END r.h f.noh mil cm,,wrt ttvm.\\.hat brtttr *sjr to JJ to the
YOU'RE INTERESTED IN AN A-1 1 USED CAR BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER. 11aRlagTt Yrvrt' Mol tM n..a.lmna iK n web I rr/mh s ftm o/ beer?
.y IMM' lluwtttr ,tea talc ,"wt" tun bur ahs.>* mAn a .kame
I NJ.... to the ran I \-.r ,awdor rcJ twit r al'sa' a pleawnUs re n.tet diet
-*- w t bet M s Ui J at pcnrtul I rt.J.,,t,- nJ due our rule to..,.,
r... It to t-,oral sW. 4-t fII1 Seen a j fat tnt,fen" an srpu.Tm MM,U
a . thin p""'ol' ,InsJ.aieO .
Till: YELLOW CANARY fK Floa.. bcrf fort with fun. with rrUutiooIMHA
ft(ra MIWIU AJ.OU d.l t:.
I 601 Orange Ave. Ph. 284.9779 CO 4-651 1 Green Cove Spring I !lot ___ I s w n coals .....RAIMo
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IN TUB COUNTY ..11'1>011I'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF C" IKT IN AM< FUR IN TIIH cincviT cotmr or Tax Assessor'sNotice
,I 1 y 1 plsinllrt11EascIlEL >OTU.K TO ('HMIITOHaTo rialntUfv

".. all creditors snit all persons .
: it l'ARKJ.It.L'wh"1I1 : TENNIS: U lIIlt.otIt\!
h.\tau( claim or demand a'
iatn.t quid ..!.('. .r'lId..nt
MiTiik" or1IT Mint H '>/' M IT
toil, and pack of you are her*' I
TIDE STATE i>F t'LuIlIll.-TO Iiv notified and rdiiirrd to prr< TIIK aiATK OK"
Herschel M. barker Sent ant damn and dtntandihu lie I 1 Ionic
.1 V \'. A IU.ii'lt.1NrpulNnU ii 'h von or cither u( you myhale I' H, HIM I oM /'I.OII\ll.-TO'1
litar1'ull .
Ain I California ..". eslale .r 1'.AVII' i
CONDITIONING IIAIKCUTS MILK DELIVERY ill's.IN< < ...... ..1. Utiof A 1'1.Ul,, ".
thai a suit his l Lien tiled against Clay Count, Morltia.. to the hew York fill New York I
I \ou In th. aliov *nilll,d cause i'ouiitJmU of Claw County YOI' :1I'I\th\ I.KR611Y NtiTIKIKDthat I II 1910 I 'ti Ill RK: AT TUB FOLLOWING NAMED PLACES

MILBERGER and IOU art hrrcby required tc 1'wnty Cuurthoaat In IIr..n a bn f i rd acaln.tyou 0\ TilE D\YS AND hATES: STATED HEREIN FOR
Ire git'e W. D. MorrisDistributor[ sale upon plalnllft's allurneyahwe 1''m. m,>rln(*. Clay Cauntv. Florida I In IhK share. ntitlid causeand
nani and addrn *|>|>**| ,. within al. month from the vi"u are km.hy required to Tilt: rt'RrOSE OK RECEIVING TAX RETURNS ONAl
"Ftrstllarcut"Cerfiflcates tint of the tint publication elIhl sent upon .I"IIIIIr' attorneywhuae
bereft written defenses
to Ih. bill of eoini'laint li. SliCa.Kach nam and addles, .. apprarhereoa.
aid suit, ropy of whit" h !I. d.. olulm or demand must your written .. rROrt Rn'
I l be in uniting and nuinl .,.t. Ihs, If am. in th* till) of ('''
layered hrMWIIh .
All Jersey Milk lo you on 01brfnrc i>la<... of rvaldvtM ant potoffliildrraa la iM .tilt. cop'' of whl.'.r..1.
SERVICE Xlanh I, A.IX I'll.lUrrln .
ALLHAIRClTS-$1.00) tail not or dseiie of tk* claimant and l livcr.d to vou herewith, \RCII S TUESDAY
prcronfMwi must h. sworn t 0 .', the claim- before Marh 1. Ali "
will b. ,
nttrrj againsl his his attoiaayor
Ale fMdKUulB Mafriratl For Poll for the rliat prt)'*d 'In tin ant It will'aa-rnt bi-cum or void accordingto Herein fall not or. dirrea Pr(. No. 4 10.00: to l/:l -CUy Hill Votlnf Place
aad R.atlBar Iervlee Orange Park Barber Shop bill iK complaint.TIIK l low "",..... will r>e entend .. '
9 S. Palmetto Street HOME DELIVERYCALL NATl HK Or HAIL anT Kaih creditor shell d llvr nt. I"o. for th*. relief Im.t In MiRCII < FRIDAY
airs SSO to (.30 .1"1 -
: a.m. p.m.
Home Phone 2M.97SO UMNOU. : D1VUHCK. ficient i c-iml.a of his claim to *n- 1 \ of complaintTIIH '
,SEA 1.1 able the County Ju.l*. lo mail, NA11'UK OP HAID
Baalnen Phone 209591 Lame location for over 15 yean ITJ'Oll1': my hand and the otu. to *.ih personal' I IIKIMI bills hIVOItCK. Prl. No. I 10:00: lo 10:10: -Oren 4 Park Town, Hall

KINGSLEY IIIWAY 17 fet.Un or 2S4-11C8 seal of said Court at Urran 1 WITNESS' mt hand and
I Cot Springs. Florida, this |hated January H At> 1M .i>tl of laid Court at Ur. Prl. No. II IOU: to MilS CUIe Center
TV APPLIANCE It day vf January A,1). 111OHOIU1K I'AMU J. .1.1'NPIS; 1 ,''vs 5pringn KlorMt,
L. CARLISLE, A* AdmlnUlratnr of thrtU Sri day ..f Virus A th'l l l1M4 Prl. No. I II :SO to 13:11-Ioctor'1 Inlet Civlo Center
of I'nvlJ l.umlmHr.t .
(left. Circuit Court
.... Prt. No. I 1:80: lo till: -llIddlburc'otlnr Plate
1'.r .t
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puMH-atton. on F.b. S. 1144
l>.puly Click' tUH" >lOK' '
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"rtltUMI Prl. No. 13:45: lo 1:00-Voting PlaceMKII
POST 1.Il., It. IT
Servicing Clay CountyFor TRADING .
8 To. l I. .. Cl.rk Iii nil. CnurtIly
Sixteen Yean Attornry' for Plaintiff tlra.vl I ,'*,1 I,isle'
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Orange Park Ph. ZC495C5FULLERTON'S riorlda Till Hull.llnn KltU.- 501114l' HICIIAItn C IIOIIMKAltorn.y .
Three location: Jaikaonvlll. Florida IllOt for ruintlffAddr. Prl. No. S 10.00: to II: -8lrlckUnd. Store
IS E. Palmer St., Ph. tll-1210 1-JK a... II, llpIKl. TIIR: CVCKT OK THK OOl'V.T .*. Hank llulldinii14 '
"' JI'IIIIt'I.AT: COUNTT.KlAHtlUA shr.a ('.\'* Springs F'Intii. Prl. No. I 10:10: to 10:15: -IWImore YoUni FUePrl. !.
A old ..*. II 11
Warehouse antique IN IMtOUATK.
24 N. Orange Are. tl. !SUTIIK h r. ):.1.'. of :No.' 7 11.00: lo ItiJO-Reyilono HrlhU. Town Hall
Green Cote Spr M4-4044 19 Year Experience Gym Bldf.. S, Orange Are. -- -- II'A IWHI.KX IIKINK r>.c....,tIn
rvnn Prl. No II 4:15: to 4:10: -Penney Farm Voting PUco
Short Forma |1.01 -BIQ TOP" lent BUndlnf I IN TIIK CIKCl'IT CUUHTVIIK 0'I 'll I r.itll.M sad .,. Y
11.1154| llalma *r ItoMavd
BAKER APPLIANCE Lonr Form $5.00 up Bird at Rldcrwood I 'IT tr; IIlil CL.YIV .CUUN.ClltLU ':, ..(..I *.I4 Kalal: 1.:4.: I I. '111115 TAT RETURNS: M\Y ALSO lit: Him AT MT OFFICE

KU>IUL'A. IN CIIAMI.UtR : 1'0\.'"II r loll and ...'It of you ara hral - -
SERVICE Reasonable Rates for BusinessReal I I I IN Tilt: UHRTIIOtMl: t'NTIL APRIL tat 1944 FOR
Furniture and appliance at NI' I:". l hy ne'I""" and required In pr*
Eatate Rentals FU I nu1'TII 1I1101.t\L1N\; 111'1111IIANK. ml any rlaima and dn<*nd* MITII H 'rilK: I 11111' TAR ASSF.SSMr-.NT! : ROIL. ANT CIUSOES
bargain price Itre hl 'h i ,4..r either 'of yon, myh
MAYTAG a Corpur511nn aa-nlii't lbs aatat* of ll>A Th. Stan. and Fresh \\irr ton' UIHH TO lit: MADE IRON TIIK tm ASSESS.MINTS : .

PAUL REMLINGER \ '. I'lalnll" Il.EI IIHIS'K. 4 ....<<. Fish Ciimmlailun ,f the main of
VPIIOLSTLRINO: KMolM, un.t.r and Sn virtu ufIh
\ U HIILUm and nf said. I'nunlr, la In* ". "
KELVINATOR NANCY 11 I'lllUL-lfH. his cite JuitKr. nf CUy Cnyntv ,..,I..j power and aviihorllt' .ranl..dund.r
1645 Roosevelt Bird. lx-fndant 51 i hl/. nfflir In th. rniirt ho H 'itlnn It ''f Aril, I I. I IV I RIMPKTFriLT.IOMIR: : .
BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP MMIIN Its" HIT .of .. Id OIIUBIV .l tlr*..n <'ov* of she Conalllutlon nf th* Mint, 1
DEALER I ORANGE PARK I TO WII.Mt u 1\11.1.1\11 and Hlirinai Klorld. within alt. f.l- of Horl.ta. a .meml.d. and rail n. HMITII
NANCY II. PUILI-lra ender tnonlhi from this llm. .flhi flail. hr th* vot.r of Florida on

AW MAKES OF APPLIANCES: Complete Auto FurnJturoI'pholkterinc Address I nknuonYou > rural puMlrallon of tM "0'1 I loll and HUM! and I Assessor ol T..... Clay C..
SIGN PAINTING Wilbur L. ''111111". and llnaulallnna of lbs. Commlaaiim.l .
IIKPAIRE11.AIR: -CONPITI('!I. I li I" Two copies of, irk claim
Saner II. rhilllva his oafs. art ilrrnand shall' b* In writing' aad >lana lo taMith' a* a Fish" Man
IMO BATING RKFFUOERATION SERVICE AND' 1100 W. I a1 If wild Are. I hereby notlfiad that a e,.nplaintto hall plats Ihs pars, of r.sldeneel:. I Ar.a ::01. an Idefintisl I - -- --- -
drum nmrtaaatan ,, odlr.5a 0' She p.55.4 af llm l fnlluwlna --- -- -
Mlewlld Are. Phone 2I4-15I QUALITY Ph. 214-1505 1'jtir"I"; diuirllird rralBr rUlmanl.sn1 0.51 and fflv ihill* ka worn. leIn d..erlhd amps In hay County. I Psi U. ''U'lit'! I'I'I :'! U II-=

Green Core Sprint Florid ilalmant. .. M. *.'M. 5' rhcldsIn i _
1f.oir'rhrVr:; : : 'h. ;
111, flock rivaIII Itnrnry and ai-anmnanlnd. hr a 5 ...,.., ...... LIEeal 7s Tii'E.1s1'Itl' IIII' Till: ,1>I'N. '
BEVERAG18PAUL'S Krw Estimates I MkAU>NMtlUKJK. Unit IV J"I'UIt" : I'I.AT Cot1'NTT.rUHIIH I< is TUN cinci'ir IMURT or
of dolUr slid *
SIGN PAINTIING No I. .....''olc plat r*> oUlm flllncr f.* d.manl*n* not .'. fl'' I ,,. IN "'...ull"TIO.'N I' CLAY OUINTY, rUMUDA
'ri-c Pick-up and\ J Delivery rordad In fist I. !,*..* b r .r'l rnrllon of "..11"" If, II, I It UK HMTATK UK MM.CMIII In Cbasc.rp.
II and II. of the grant pub. hall void nrlak )l.dt r I*, II, 1Is, I*, II II II antI 'HIIMir CAI.I'WKi.l MO. ..,,.
LEE; WARNER Handle An* and All of Toss ll Klorlitahaa<.' ,..oda of Clay County, a Is/hurl.. "..."lrl. ef ISis >*MI / l lying, M.iulh and W'..I ,..fa I .U...N...,1. MAN WRIIMTKK MAHTIN. .

I'pholklerjr! Needi! bees flld aaalntt you sad Will Tmunlslt of II>A Una beilnmna at th. Mat I'll A 1.1. fllKhtTnllll. ANIi l>lt.HiNM I PaallffM1lilu0
SOS Glendenlnc Road IIOTI.Kl; IIIIINK. dsea.dFirst i lloundtry of the'amp IIAVINtl ll.AIMri oil
IIAROLD BAXIETO you are raqulrad la semi a espyof HUndina' Trail approilmalely I rMANim AIIAINtfT Mill ( KNIIHND: MARTINU.isnrest
All Legal Beverages ta puMlcillait rthruary IIMI
Orange Park FU. your anwr' "r plra-llna;
Upholsterer 21 rra.EUMN complaint on 1i nlalntlffatttorktya. : : ont.fourth (lyl mil' AMrIIKYou I .
Open I A. M. U 1 A. M.DaTal Phone I44-4J10 ner the Mark, | County Line BARLEY i'.nr*, Oibha III hall rorvth h.l..en .'' '::'h.II; and I 11Tnwnshlp by nooria.l and r* San and t' 4 ,n. .Htrral Jarkaoavllla, Florl.da. :1 7 MRait enl anv rlalm and demand Id"*.". Martin 1.II
North of Orange Park and flU th. orlfinal" *na 1.51515. 50111 lhniIn an naitrlyand which' reu, either uf may III ralaon A.anuaCharliiiu
PRINTING C. A. IIUMMEL nr nl.idlna; In Ih* (Offlr of the ---- Hiiulh.rly "".r'I.." talha I hv atwn.l'I lbs alas: af 111... II North' CarolinaYtil
neck, of lha Clrrull' Court 'In and Nnrlh (Id. of Illu I'nnd Mubhri Caldwtll eeaid, lass ") AIIM IIKHKItT: NUTN
WHYS t'Pholslerer1 yra for <'In! County, Klorl'la" oa or IN TIIK inVrVT or TI'" ClU'V.. Ibaes hang t". N0CIb shops nf sell Ciiunly. ta lha County riKI that a nil has baa flail',
".'',. Ih. Itth day of Marrh, TY jrtMIK. CIATf C il'NTY' of III... I'n"d In and *ri>und Judaa nf clay: County, Florida. aaalnal. ,,,,, la the soave> ...tllI..
KKKK: : KSTIMATKS: : 144 If you fall. la da to, I""*. I riXiKIHA" IN PIIOIIATK. .She 1 Narth<< and ICatKrn. shows al Ills :uffta In th:* court himaa cwso asd pw .,. 1I.b ..' by d.Uult will\ h. '.11." In r* Nota'11.1.111 of nf P.rrh fund in Ih* HiiulhId. of said. i'?".." al tlr.." Cov* uulrrd ,. urvs IP' alainllff
INLET MARINA ..r.I'. ALL WORK GUARANTEED ...In., you fay th. '.11.' dfmndi4 \\ : (IHil.KMAV' : .It. .. af I'.,. .. t.i>nd. lknr Hiirlnat. riiirldt, llhla al* rtl- ail*,.., hams and ....
In .Ihs romulalnl. I isr55sN. dlrcrlly Salk In user ender monlhs Iron, Iha 55s, .t dress tepar hrn.

MERCURY 1NTlN Oil .\XOK: I'AIKtI'IIU1rsTE1W{ This. nntlra shell.k h. four puhllhdMIW. T. 'II f''mdll.. ... r...... I shin"'. slna1 Ike 4n5kos4 Ihe flr.l puhlliallnn *f Isle ka'II I tan d.fanaea. af any: rlI.rh..CI'i'

L'1 .erlsuys ash.fka wa I In th for CUy Couaili ron. If..... I I.'." ., ......... A55551 I sal ohor. ,f l.wrplab. ", TWII r.IH..5: .arh rlalmor af iinmplainl In aid anil, topynf
ENGINES : in pnimm th. H-iuth demand hail h* la wrlllnr, which. I Is ..11..... la fan
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,"' ."-,11' \ .551.15 5k", l i and ....U tlal lha |,Ur. of .. h.rawllh ,,i* ..r but... herb II
CROSBY BOATS Archie Padiett I1r' '* A'411 Ollf Klorlda>miri I 1'h al 10u sad ..rh.1 y011 Ns "". I I hi-,.. in a auin'! .*.i.rl. dire ' ,(.", a imal nffli ..1..'..* .fIn A'I .111
ions Niirlna* bj ni>tltt>d and rxiufad I* pr.- ..
EK-ZY THUI.KK8 sin 1. ." Ma4 II 1S. Islm.ll and shall ha sw515 Clash tail nt ir dx-r.a j *B
On Klniilff A e.. Just II.I day. of January, l ll.iKKAhl any rUlm, and dmn .. T.....'. I ...,. ..... II li. ih. lalmanl .*..!, al. ,,"r..... will h. i lr4 aaaTnyn ...
SALES SERVICE roll TIIH NEST: la .ll-r...4d 010NON: 'A "n.I.UO which pus. 5r iilwr *t p.s. map. ro.., l..... ami scram .N.d, ky a b for ih. ,.11.( pr'r.4 Fa lha
OUTBOARD REPAIR tail: or IIw,. 17 black rirrull Courlri hv aaalHii 511..Isa mlVII' Thai rarl raf Nrllnn 155.1 filinc" ,.. nf SIC dollar and auehiUim hill af enmnlaim
._ fTlmttmi' try Ik* ('MKarKVTHa : .* Touniy, rinrMaIly UN: ilil.K'MAN, Bit, Iss.assd I I Inns, Nelll....,.,.. .f r ..r .......... sal *a flied" inn NATi'do' or |.m SUIT
llwi17 Orange Park Ph. No. fOntrraa 4-ltll OriraJM' Carllala f l* .f aid 'aulr.. le lbs itova "lai. 151shssp' Nn' II .... ball li. **ldJ I HKIVll: nut nl OHCHWITNMMM
I'''. lk. I. rlakl. .Iv J..t.. .Ctay' Cwaifi: ri.rl< I I aad
pile kand the
Orange Park., Its IVnuly fl.rk.t II. ..> I .*.tb* "W' '''lk half "yr* 1' llarntyAt m,
Phone CO 4 9115 .I II I.I ItI 4 a. at ",. flue .In Ika ...r| ,'Stud<< nf a...iltin I *nd Ikalnr at.iuirl. *f She ta.lHll ...1 l nf will. Curs al ,1r.."
k..u>. of said C..inr at IIr..a | .f Ik.* Noah' half INHI' | ami T..lam.m ., C"y, sepals, riurl-la. IllIiPS'NIIN Mlhdo
:"ova, Npelasa riarida w I Iklaialn4r Ng> I ,, *win. I I'IIe N.,."- lint rn 111'11115111'AI.l'Wp'1.1. : / .f r.kruarr A I', i 4.
- I aivatk trm lha Ilsoe.f .**'.'Ir of mat. Iliikva" '. .......... I. I
I I 4.051011114_ _ = I .. lh. 11,.I pvkllr. >il.<>n of Mil tl. ....nlinaf'..m. all Paul. ab/,. ulna. rshessry lain. Clark. ilreu'l' 1'....,
-- fiolli. T... , rot ... Mr Vl.lan' II Sob,*
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111111 fIDISi 4raaHd shall k. la orl i
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CLAY ll.erlJL4::: I I....r* end a>...t *ffl- addr. *** af 5151. 1d5 ft' b1.Swaps Alt.rl.p far I'ltlaliff

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LSTATE: .. l>r lbs rUlml' his> .,u'. *rll .... ' 1'1110 .tllt'l'lr 't'.IT IN r> II Mm .IIIilra
----- IN! liB' or . ..ra.y and aM.*i>.ai>4 't a sill ..4 s public... AMU' "ryIl t'r.A' 1551513P1.051114 .'... Marinall.rlda
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h.srlag as she 11l15 at
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FOR SALE ' '' Mill.. KOTKM kavlai Lana ar dmaa4a N ,. ,WII.I.'II.r.II.., ". J1 .....,..... tub sis........, .... MAVK IN! rim t'l ttflOW
Seooler rood condition. ISO Ripen In artificial In.M 1411. roM .1111! ..mat said ..lal.. 'j I *dnilUirl. .f *f Ik* I-",."... la......... mfr .5555 fiillM a ..' .'.11.", I

Mot sell ItMOO. Phone mlnaUan When your ,." U Sealed bid. will ba r.-..1.l .4 atlraa I Ta. aad urn aa4 of p.5. at* kr*. rlai,. *, MIU.IK" (.'('I..- I.. o.e"a oe b, .....111'1... ..1 .. .1.1..11I'.'d
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aollfi4 MAN'" an 4xia d
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t4-t4tt. ready, M | tay T J jrMNiii' jn 1
"0."'. ,'lap I'eeaip ('.."'", ... ,.. .r likr ., ,... may ATTOHN< roll MTATK l>rWIMJM a II AMrl. MinlKT K i'II ta.Kit,. hi*
IS-tO-e GCS SI4-5UL Ml f < Coro CO'*IF i>.rlku. haa aaalacl tk* ..I.!. .f l r,*,,., ..,.. IsO JMrai M nii'M aad
II aa AM .5 Ik* Ilk dar :f ".''10". dma Illlmavr, 4Mwaa.4 I I liMf'lirut ""|.ItM"". Irt r>....* **4 P,.... Wsl./ hAStEN: ANN HK'M, kl. vt<.. I
March IMI. for Ik. mntloa| MIs al Tar ( ..srr lark I **,iah rammll. (1..1., '
,>, '.....*.1 of kU4iaia aa4 alk Ifin Tkoma.: J. U.I(.....I.I I puhlleslas rrlo n fr ,." I eN N OP III

FOR RENT < ROOM house, C r ' an ..'!! atll I.... af CUy i..* Coaaly I IM4I,4 II. 111 "5.11.' a h.olr ,1100 .:.. P., I
FOR SALE INI Chevrolet .T.l,l la (lay Tanalr Tk a* r'ourllue. a U.a torn.heels. 55511 1. Iha Pls.lia'r's .t
.nf TBl>hed. I Bedrooms Florida k.,,1"1".. ... Inraud .a ika .r... / Car (. .". Plan,Osuslbnl 1"C. raf*.liM.>* aad .1.! <>",..... InIk :
U'Un pickup; on .WIMTI pad right ., war ..1IIII .1' ......... from lha 4auratlaa -- ..... , la Ika. TlfKall Sparky says .
11.... mile eiMDent eondl.Uan ...., atUthed tando.ffnrd Sisal l-lll. rat t". II'.' .".'' a) Ibis Iko1L SOi/N I'nari la sit tar I1y <4. .i .
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yard ISO a Month. No kid oil) b* <-.ntl4-r.4 ..!... asl leaKaeb 1------ - -- PIs.14..55. /vlsl aawlwf 1

| egallppd with heavy fair II li cabnUIKd ..a Ifca afflrlalfmp ,I.'. ., damaad weal MIn IN'" Tllaj OiUNTf" JPi.IN'lIS'N 4411. ION mot lf'l Ik* .a4.ri..a.d ,'1.,.. willall ,
owUa4aprtaf Phone ZI. ..... S'U-4) <...1 l form "r,,l4.d kr lb.sill. vriUKa' sal MMI Sills lb.pace ( ;|Irhillyr r nAY I Ika 1rspsr11 llala ,In Mid I I
trailer kJUh and Subprupna af ,*...... ... p..1afleasdr..s.f ( Oil:"MTY' VUilllUA' ,
I I ItoeI1.parlnal. Ik. .I. sal a.al4 "... .111 ka ,...h." al sully I.M.11.1'o
*. Financing anJlabl*. l hrwa aa4 lfrntilaara amt k* swaps u by ::: claimaal. fit. Ka. tilft I ik. rair CaaiwiMlvn .....1..; ? .I ( Mlwk. II MH4INIWHNin .
Call OCS SI4-SIH. -- -- ', .r4inalki, > rn f.r Bid Mlnia kn 55.55 or hi. ailnracyr ItKi\ t'f'f'-:] Haani. I Uf Caaaly l'ar1S.5.a >kt, t'.., I aiwatdin. laPlal l
'tlna Of tk> kajildiai" mar it ell) bmnw .oid arvardtaa IL.KV 5(1ITOMI lPptaiinSe* Cave aprtaa* rirMa lk*,..f r*..>fd.4 la
MAN WANTED U manage aid b* .. .,. ... from r |. Vli..n.IMiiricl I* lw I I 1W all :cadltara aad til .a .I I* es AM .a Ik. Sib day d 4. pII af ,Ika ..* n.1 i.; t tI tI'
i-..l.f ri.nda "<.!. .. .. ffirlal Mr* while ..r4. f liar ..
R..U I r.SA bll d.Ilae a kttiaa1 ,....... IMI sail .aiala. Mr>k, 1111.r lbs tal. et a *
Walking ***
operate retail llr4 r.*,.rla *al lake. Cltf.n . ..os1.1t5 lim( 1..a.Ill. !.... all aa'ki ., rsu *r. b...- ..*,- .1 .f l4, ...... a* H.eiian. rl.,.....
FOR RENT - I bedroom In this ar... (Would .....4d..f .r<4aKark .. Ik* r.,,.." i.... U ataiiBajay M 1.41(5.4 I'.4 reSsre, 55 ..5. 1 liA-NM A ill i ..,... I T05.a.r w15h ell 5515505.55 sod i I
bid _..! !.. ..<.i.'al 1.4k 155 ,1,1511 ..,..., ,." .,.'1 51 .: . asd 1.1"', N. I (lay C-al,. I Smror'mals. Mw aN kNa/151
house, beater furnished, eon.vettletil lady 111.11 years old.. ) I'&na. "| 5 '_"I.,'* ,'NII or Mk.ra I. 555.... 5, .Ilb., or pa.. nay aad a.aoallf) 4a*.>lb4 .. A I ..5 5514 ,5101 al '1.'",,, 55 dw
to ......1 and ..ftla. Int .f IUS." per week from .-aarllakl.. i..., la aa I sir0.o I...." /1 A fI 1111(5IN11.A5 .1 .,.* ........ ika **4a>. *f ."* aarraiI :lead .It* .., a.ria *adMmlk I I'I. arks. Sb-yes. .t... .11 ..., I I'
annual sisal la ll.*. *4 f.r N'hit. N GILW'l'K I.. < .'- 4a ..*...' Isle. .1 I lay kf II ,... ...! sal ...! .!....., *U'i"i. ..,.. sad a$5'rMslla.
Phone II4-UI4 t-SO-tfi th* very ...ct....... For personal .m MI **rb .!._.1 I ,.,.. Ibis, .. Admisl.4r5 .f lbs I' f1*"..a. 1.* ika 1'...iy *.,*. *4>.'ai |*> ... ...! rlk .__'1.* .*>ria' .>alla.,
interview la .... house d.iH>ai| I I. a assr.5l l.. Ikal Ik* *f fWw.r: J.a (.*.. af Clay Ctr, c. Nr 5 f sop .... .f *..!. Sisal I 10 ... ,, II......< "I.l ....'.. ta ilai>.aIrrlatllaa ..
bi44.r .If * "III *.,*, r.,.ik*>a* ia lira a ,s.s a4la.**l i", |k. wi.ik ,I.*, afay ) aad ...., *'***...
wrtU Mr. MrGarltr. 1O. Bra lai" a .Mill** raairaH la k....- rittt pa;bllnik; *irri"il IHI OMI**. Clay C>*aly. rU Ma I la. *f Iwk II..... .la "ro.. ] _.biaaa, a."llaa... fltia...1,
bedrollshouse 'tt walk ifc. I.'.< .f Ik* >r*. I.* II .* ITiiMiVt .Hkia .!* aMiaikt f raw Ik* 4.l sal 1'.s drrlaa rifld tad .*a I ... aaa..rlaara*. .kl.. .k aara -.
FOR RF.NTI: Mr t 627 IHHtan. FU. I.', 11. II r>.al l a ii. lii4 bv a ik* '.r.. ...l.>*.... ., lkt : M M**>* ,** 'f nap brssflae arlala' I I Keep Matches Away

newly I painted inside and a..a.fSl btd4r wille 1. plies I M, ..1.111 b* .........." *.,..* 'I k* * 1 1I l.r.*4 IM4MI.1.I f,'IU.1.l .. "a n'Ut -- l..b 'Salm' ar 1'5.11 .... hia 54.55/.5 lk...k ...., ,.
sal reaaonakl. large yard, 4tphase. ___ ___ __ l-i II la katlll4 MI Ika ffl4al era ChildrenFLORIDA
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- 4.irniiaali,.a .f ..".. f.l b4- a1 n.S sit mN.Is. from Young
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.. ? ..,... ., alal 118. Steal fk aa'l_al .... I us .. 'Ir .I. Is .he IisMN 15,1
WtflIOR I "m''TI0U"tD Tb rwarl..*nl ,...rv.* Ik IK TIIR 'hell IT Ort HT I5AMU > ika Mal 1"-1 rarwe ... 1.1. ,., .514. bsle...
r..I".III. fall rharfo. Machine fbt t.. r.>5' i Isis .r all bile aadi run CMT orii'Mtr, $51.511 ,.. 1541 mum 'o. .5.055 54 ...... Iri. ,,, I
Bakke-p, .. .1.! i.-k. '.l rrra aa. ri/Mll'A dam.511 1 | :: > .. .......... flow 0 .. Wiles. ....,._a aa4 lab .' .1.l ....k I t" I (rJ Ia1 aM '" "XI T11br11i I
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Or will keep wtaO set ofhooks !.>.*, ., 51.1.MsvIywrwT. IJACNSllfTIIJ.E t ,. ,, rHk >f d'.1.R' .*.... see 1..1 i'-,., _s, t... til IHI al /1..11)51 >HirI
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THE BEST: In ad-roond 1'1' MINI * .5 k' lla I* a .. ika flat raaalr < I
.1 home. fad Of. CO NNA5I'II I roep.ps51 5. 515.ITU1aff I skis ISr rV.. l, |*4.* l* .: i| 1 rwk aid mat b* a**.i.,051.41k .I.a i ... ...,!.'a ,.1. W..
god printing try the ( RFAC 1411' ,f w.. inel."sYlllhl )1..14'1 .a* IB .... a*'****! ..a.-ai* a ...ku.'. thaak a. .!151 I !lerSS ANSI liAfBli" al lleua ,
I.NT PRESS INC. Tk* price 4 M4I. STAtw ROAD2I Y ".. isS..eooelbl..Muse... la aa ...,..., yi.Ila Ill .Ilya. I
. a rtANI I. KT aadailfiUtT I 1.4 Wr1I A n WOIWSl: : scool.NN N I* ,.. Sal ill .0 Ivp.N.IN /'
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EIGHT Cdtay Eounty( (EresccMt t, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, W4

I Some Recent Major Contracts of Paul Hardeman Inc.

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8pac.craRCerdtr' r I" \'" Mist Metcontlnentsl Missile, Program t 'W/ ,,*. & "....::. HOUM and F/d 1/owtonTex/ rStL rwr//iIrForce11ut4loraddtTJT.aonh.A. i i pi;11IArJU.lIoColj/, ,,,'" }f'/ "fl1l* i"'SonFronci.coCotiorma1"J "*'. ) .

f ItsI'prepsratlon' and construction.rtase t urdjjl,, r Force Base; ,.South DoJwio Lnrioit Air/ force Bo M.i.rT,'. Complete InstillaHoa of missile'launch complex.-I : ';if, Fabrlottoa! tad lnittll.tion of 3200.000 pound .t
I j the Jeven orWIng n+ore thinWo.hinllonMountoht i ?1'0m.Jr. . i iCmutrtMtimi I II
f bo.ftdingcomplex p u .PorcSoye: ,, / % ...* '* V aheM jwfaf ductwork, tit .
largest.all'-conditifJl ain
I 50XXK) sijucp le>l for t bmrlfng thf eweDJ ,feint- ., ; '; Idaho, $.. Alt FOlWlioN, Cali/orjdo" / ..,, _: r. '.' Uinuteman brtereontinofiUI MlstOe Pncrsm' taiullition. ] tn progres west of the MlwUtlppU | I
L lon of dl'witoii snd cone ral o' PrnjM-i Apollo'A and ImisUation for complex: elrcMc ..'WMrirHi* Mr Fore Bate, Mfiitn'trL '.. I .
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Merrkl Wand' : I. ruhsile: (,i aad.rgroondeersg..i1q tor aR'::1'ik!n'f.., r facilities": ; h'I I
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.k. "CmntniirtlAd> of operationsJsnd"checkout! building a Dw"a. and Powai house '' 7Cunitntctuin ;.::' ... pry' 'Greeri. eni.'T'd: _::.:"" CONTRACTS BY CLASSIFICATION
oP"the EatTn'Iaurid ; Nnf ""
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t Inc iz4iog antral bettag plU1L rnC"'u.ct 1abora'. j : Cpnelryctlnp I Installation of power.
ofhockAiled' : d.ra iv e nlnnrtunnele.r..1 !g 'pte .. r. 1MMN3
torybutUux, IrN'C.IIn'.'",/' tad tceeii-rosd t'1'fP"' .' ; poweihnuse. sad rol.ledf.CiUcksiel." ,. :, : house,and switchyard. a.r.ttoal
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1 ENyeippm.gt5istlon .v. ... yr/.' ; Conitrwctloti: and complete Installation" '
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!fI! tMircoty;. jatada 'I .. .. f '1ECtNTIY'COM fUJm JjJ;; f F.COitfe, for tndta( Nna-powemd apart v.Mcl.s. : :. ,AKO CURRENT CONTRACTS ;' ., v .it. : -: ..:-"-->', ,-., .. ./. M;: ';
;:-Tot ,Project KovenI ,MIt'''iMt . ' Atuk.1e.IecSupytyPrrject .. ., w ;.7 ,. a .

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:n.ttchye..r. ',, 'J'" .. .. .. ,.. .: : ;, t,4" t t\ j'Guajoyo Hydro.I.cble Profect''P'.t.'t'' \ . F A > ' ...:.. ,
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Ruhloen OemIl\tL. v 'ff. :'. : :', ( ,1 t ConstridfoA ; ,
I I" I .snd f 4:eurblyd* 200yQo0o 1

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> j .cen/ !ncUAa of a. tunnels I lAd 4 dims;on the ?' ..,,i&< s:. . "t *' filled dam end \Intske tunnul,. }s. ; .' 't j :,.,
it: Eubcoo( Rlver. ',. .. . '
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?s wi rJuVotfl.jCooitrucKon. Constructfon'of\ Jsadlng *''rlpf: tuawsyt.sjn. .. u y' .",:, ' S INOUSTIIALputtngluQlt.a '
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l,, [between' Port Tbonpsoo. pad Sioux Pills, South 'gN>r .' 2 "' V-' _.....t.. ";J':. ," { Ir 4Dakota.

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I 'TR.n II k$ ?COntlrant l,M.. Propam!.'; ., I :,,4 . i Cfcnslruff'oft the U.S:Co.l C'rd Lorn Sfetkt"... 1'1' 50,000,000 ,, ?t.' F R

'rfo"nflltAJt rores,8oa.!.Wichita. Kansas ., .6 fl"",. fl'' Mr )f 1' ton Iwo |fan. *.; ""' .. *. ..;u .....Mrs JM ,>- > .>'.. w
[Vand.nbrgAi! It Force Bu'e, Col/fornio. / l .' I ". 1 I 1I I

f' tOnriir-Montlian Air( forte 8 ''',.'AriioIt/I. ;.... .51// ."" Pan American Hlfhweyjj ( 25,000,000' .

I fUti/f';|/ 'Rack Air force Bftse.iArftimsnf.Oinirlructlin ., .. \ t#, I f xl, (Arpnt tl na. k' 7e. .y. '; "'.' ,. ',,' I;.. 1 \ f' .. 1

,h of underground'lsunchlniludsllstlon .fecill' te/ . i a4 lrfction of orthcrn Access. Sfctloos,2 snd a.MgjssVeil f. a7+ { -s'si; J
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and twain of .
COWlplllt. "; t 1/71A. IUllr11MI 1t4Ua bID/a1 1r1A11 Rosario tiypsw r / .', ,
f,'r rop laat trawls lama. ''......'. .,, , r .1r ,w a sna Dia>tr ; "'" r ..;:>rjKt./ .+4' ; ''' Ok61. luni'bf -
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i the CRESCENT Course For Young Homemakers I
good printing try
I It's the brain list counts, but
INC. The price
U right.PRESS Are you Interested In better pecltlly for young homemaken In order that your brain may
meals for your family I If so, with pre-achool children. The I be kept clear you must keep
you will be Interested In the dates are April I through May your body fit and well, and
CHEVROLET ON MARCH S I course being offered by the 6. Up-to-date ways with food that cannot be done If you
for famllln will be drink liquor. Moderate drink
REELECT Clay County Extension Office young I
Ing 1s the chief cause of trU-
This course ls prepared es< itreated. Classes will be held
Edward B. I each Wednesday morning from fir slaughter Never tane the
Taylor1tij.55REELECT -- -- -- first drink of beer, wine, whiskey -
10 until 11:30: o'clock. In the I
I Clay County Extension Auditorium champagne or any such
makes all types of quality trucks : II Baby alttlna service poisonous drink.
II BDWLIHC; i will be available for those !I This space contributed by
hours | The Crescent
: If you are Interested In these to the Green Cove WCTO
classes please drop a card to
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RUN COVE SPRINGS the Clay County Extension
I BOWLING Office PO. Box 278. Orren MurrheeInsurance

Professors' 4T 41 Cove Springs or call 284-5781.

Magnolia 48'i tai\ - Agency
Drivers 46 42:
Jokers 48 42
Untouchables' 45 43Kingfishers OaRl6roEOU
I 42: 49gBalls MEETING Tilt'RSDAT nr

4 I 41 4T I There will be an ortanlxa- r Qm
A SfCCESSrVL Champions 38!% 48 S tonal! meeting and electionof

COMMISSIONER Eery week a new team takes | officers of Oreen Cove
ovrr first place and this week 8prtr< the Frofrmors jumped Into I It Thunday Feb. 20 at 7:30: S.e: RICHARD MURRHT"
VOTE by winning four from the Cn- I 0'd<<1I.1n the City Commission I A..s
touchables. Al trey's &3l led Room. City Hill.
the Drivers to a 3 to I win over Phone 47347MMIOM

SUCCESS 'Magnolia. Jack Vaughn's 210 --- -
534 set contributed greatly to
i the /.Balls sweep over the
FLEETSIDE PICKUPS 1 KEEP L'S GROWING ; Jokers. Mary Everett's 1M. 490 \S. .. r' : ; j MJ-J744

,-was--high for-the women.-

World's f.ivonte pickup model. Two body sizes : 6'-' and 8tri't. -------1 1I I CHIROPRACTORDRs

Two wheelbasos lib and 127 inches. Body extends 'HERE'S' GOOD NEWS'I: R. D. LONGWORTHin

( lenr out over the wheels Excellent ride with coil springs all I
N rut ST. riLATK.. rut
HUM Wnitf sary U MM** UU a .Wl9We. ba '
around and independent front suspension Cab and lower _

Her U ... a ........ Rashly ..... If yM eve a MIn I qr I TBtTHS TOO SHOfLD KNOW
body panels are double wall construction. Strong ladder type
tM e..Ntrr ... a tmH .... 1M are new ...IfW4 I I'M
frame. Standard engine is 230 cu. in. six. A 292 six t r 283V8 Moat Insurance Companies u wet\
r.llA. naaatIM wltll as ...., ..... ra.-a. as the Florida Industrial Commission
available at extra cost. Also 4-wheel drive.
.. a kick S >> >... a... M few. M $4177 pee ...ta. tfecocnise Chiropractic.
U.OM.OOO Americans Avail Themselves Of Chiropractic

!..,. r...rtrte t l.,.*ti.a. flU !. tb* e*.a.. Wlaw sal Health fkrvtora.rtortda .
Chiropractic Physicians Most 1 Par the
Mil U WtU Q-kty lleaBM. F.O. ... 177. Orace fart.NAME Same Dui Science Examinations ... Other Profes-
11.ri4&. siona.

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Telophono your Chevrolet dealer about any typo of truck I 'ctI

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t IDt u... U WO) Get a great b!( pica of good shady, country led

I With the old gwimmlnj kole nearby

Tracts from 1575. Easy Una
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