The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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March 26, 1964
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
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Began July 15, 1927.
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Oscar Johnson, editor.
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Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
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Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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  • VOLUME}< 38 NO. 13 otnICOYl: : : Sl'nIXGS.TlIt'wm..\Y. MAKl'll 2 t a J UKI4 10 CKXTS: PER_:. COPY

    The School Board's Dems -- Primary I Kick-off Slow-

    Secret Clay Co-op Votes I

    To Be Cast By M. Long 'Burns In[ GCS Promises AidJax

    Mrs Hints C. Long, County superintendent of Public Initructlon. .
    will go to Keystone today to cast the School Board
    six votes In the annual Clay Electric Co-op election on an in. Mayor Says He Will Clay Hill Rally Puts 50

    Instructed secret balls L

    Meanwhile Mrs. Long Informed member of the Board at
    an extraordinary meeting last Friday afternoon that State I Woik For Industrialization i Hopefuls In Primary RaceThe

    official had found "outstanding violations" In the plan for ry

    the proposed! Orange Park High gymnasium Opening of the cross-state canal mill make Green .. Gill Democratic primary content, with close to 50(
    Mrs, Long had taken the plans to Tallahassee on Wednesday Cove's new industrial park "one of the most valuable Industrial ,; candidate running for nomination on the County level got
    to secure approval so that bids could be sought on the properties In the eastern United States," Jacksonville's Mayor \ 'i ., off to a slow and cold .t.rt.t the Clay Hill School
    Haydon Burns said In Green Cove Saturday morning '. \1 ', Saturday night
    structure which board members say may very well look like a .' t\\ :i\\iI\ . '
    steel tacked of Park High Speaking before an estimated 300 persons In Spring Park, : i: : ; "" ,: , To the
    shanty onto the side Orange t : ,.' newcomer to such political rallies It wa* frequently
    Among the criticisms made by State Education authorities the front-running gubernatorial candidate recalled that during "" ;"' ;!.:; difficult and sometimes Impossible to hear the candidate
    to the plans as drawn were that they provided Inadequate his unprecedented tenure u Mayor of Jacksonville he has 4. tt;.. ;" \ ' above the din set up by the voters Oit no occasion did eitherJ

    Insulation, lighting, ventlllatlon and toilet facilities; and that worked on many occasions with Clay County officials In an "'' "" '.:\1\\ :,,,1' "r'tt./I':' T Notion or Mrs Beatrice Cooper. who were presiding at
    effort to work out local problems and to achieve local aspiration . 'V'"j' ; :::;
    there was no provision for a fire alarm system : the meeting ak for any sort of order among the ..Pt'Ctatore.Thlll1l't'tln.r .
    James A. McDonald Jacksonville architect was Instructedby :, .;' which wu dominated by such words a. "bet
    The four-lsning" of Highway 17 "all the ..a," will be "
    the Board to correct the violations and to hand-carry the \trr 'maturity. "morality" got off the ground briefly In
    a priority Item when he becomes governor the Mayor said to .' a hradon clash between the two candidates for
    plans to Tallahassee for immediate approval.The ... the position
    heavy applause from those who had gathered to hear him. Cy :
    Board renewed the contracts of all school principals \I I' of County Superintendent of Public Instruction on the queatlon
    How we expect tourists and new Industries to continue .. . : :
    can ;
    I of the ..rr..dttaUIIand
    Three contracts were kept on an "annual" basis because It w.. - '. "' or of ono of them.
    said, these principals failed either to take the required National to come Into our State he asked "when they know they " '': '''"' Jesse I I' Tynes, tor flue year the County' general super-
    I take their lives In their hands behind the wheel of an automobile .
    Teachers' examination or if they took them, to have their *" : : ,'it'' visor of artuxiU. brought along his certification and accreditation
    grades recorded In the Superintendent's office papers,
    The question of the political propriety of the Superintendent's : Promising that all Florida as entitled to the type of J', jI. M Calvin Wilcox\ who Is employed by a Jacksonville In*
    'I throughways and highways that Duval County has built during 'fLff"' ; suranca tomllAn.old\ the fathering he had
    voting the School Board's vote at the annual Clay # been inured by
    I' his Mr Burns ranged over the entire IPPCtl'Ul101\ .ii
    Electric election has been raised In the put. Members last ; ;i Stale School Department\ authorities that If ht completed half
    Florida's problems A substantial portion of them he laid to 10I .
    the work
    week said they wonld not to on record as favoring any candidate required by the Southern Association of College
    and the decision would be left to Mrs Long. "our popularity" 3,800 new residents moving Into the State . t7" and School) by January It would i not jropardls the accredU
    week others to a lack of leadership! In Tallahassee. .
    "This is a secret ballot." they said every "''t' latlou of the Count school.
    Asked why the Superintendent could not be Instructed u - The. puolhlted Proceeding *f th. lUtilnern AuocUllanr

    to how to vote or why the County's taxpayers could not be "An Immense oat College* and Hrhooli, doled N.,., I list under ""'..nol.d.
    told how she had voted members said they had never heardof Opportunity"llaydon 4. (or Secondary NchooU" isysi.I
    such a thing. ''It TrlnHpl. Ki Frroonnel) should b. provided In the a*
    Burns meant sod tidily needed U provide the adult*,
    -- Influent, 'InMrtscllon.<< and leadership reauUII* le creating
    (Th following 1s Ib* test .f an exclusive statement lb. environment& Ikal will pur**.. .( ho

    handed by Mayor Hayden Darn .( Jackionvlll school
    Text Of Statement Of
    M Mayor llsydon Rurnsi "The people. of flay Coaty ..a"lnm.n. Msndsrdii'
    Ms addreo la
    to Tb Cre rent following
    Green* Cot Spring Saturday morning) an \ .. opportunity '"'..,* t' m. fh growing Indmtri- I, The admlnlilrallv* .head .1 the .,....* <(<..,.rln'.n.
    aUtstlon of Oreen fete, the orderly development of Doings dent) shall hate a gradasl ....... from an liulltvtlanpproted .
    Calvin Wilcox On His "In my many happy year a* a rwldenl of .Jarksoavtll Park a* an* .f JsekMnvHlo1... matt reacted retldenlUI' areas, "y th. "_I.'Ie"Id".r'' ( : Nale| Mr. Mil,***
    and mON especially, during th. years 1 Dan. Men II* Myr.I the folflllmenl .f K..t..'. ...., a* a renter tr r*. bra this) "anil the mayor potion .f .no year .( sash. ad.
    have cm U know Ib. people and problem *f my nrlghor .- rrU."-vetlrrmenl and small Industry all present challenges. vanned study shall k* delg, nod a* ". ..,.U... IM adralnU
    Candidacy As School Supt. la Cia County. Thaw will ran I* b* met by heal leaders working ..llk tbs. IrtUv* and saporvUory taartMii* (This .U what Mr. Wit*

    "Many. of yea I roust as My geed IrIt.... la a acne, gldneo and roanoel. tho who .an-oobig- ' '-' tk ,...." tt pro. Ue i* tell at. "ksM al_kofoe*.J &... 11"_.... .
    the ,..1., pain of row Cooaty Juva been jyno ifMOW! of 11e rl/i." .-- "*r ff"
    M. Calvin Wilcox candidate for the post of Superintendent Rbt T1I.r;Sir, Wilcox t told Th Cweonl thai while tw
    I of Public Instruction for Clay County In the May Bth primary. site the growing pains *f Jafkaoavlllo. could not begin to fulfill the qulrmnU for superintendent
    "Th .eo,Io.r l Clay (Wnt, have an 11ft.....* opoorlonlty -
    election denies published reports he cannot meet "SUt requirement laid down by th* State Bond of Education for fortification asa
    *" for the post. before them. The growing IndaitrUtttallon of Or*** County school *iuirlnU.. >ndnt, (fit* year of leachingperleiw ...
    Wilcox cited a publication of the State Department of Education : Cov. Ih* orderly. devrUamenl of On.... rut a* on* of fiyw1'1N1dly *,) h* did not regard this a* iwM-ary! ,

    "Florida's Education Program, produced In 1X1. In the .Jacksonville' moot ooteled residential area. Ih flflll. Tlier U nothing In the slat law. "'r. Wilcox said, "that
    text which I Is Thomas D. went of Keytton aiptrttton a* a .nlr for rorrratlonrrUirment school
    by Superintends Bailey of the Dept, require a aupertnUndenl to be certified
    Bailey flatly state: "Florida has no I legal, educational or pro and small Industry aO "...1 hallrng*.. Tfceo florid. Slate "...** .*, fwilfkallmi. Keqalremeato.1. *
    feaslonal requirements for county superintendents" haltetigr. will lure lo be met h local leaden working silk dotted kr the Stale Heard *f Morslle: April II. IMIssrsrmciAiizATiov
    Report attributed to an unnamed "spokesman" of the the. gvldsnf. and cevnorl of IhoM who are vr-eelng Ih ert7 I f RKQCIRKMENTIH: The following

    State Dept. of Education said Wilcox "could not meet"' the growth of Florida. ....."..u... ,..,....._..* art set *p for the ,.*.*.,*
    "State requirement "".r far longer" than ....... hat* Men Mweioary' GreenCoro eerllfleaU antee. .........* speemed Fool'leM' retakingertlrkalUM

    "Superintendent Bailey's own statement," said Wilcox, wa something akin U a depressed are. And It wa ,In AdmUlolMllen. and ..,."We... A gn.real .
    "ststes without qualification of any kind that there U only through the vision and acumen of Its awn leader that lopervUer and principal (mass kv| fire ,.*.nU..llln.1
    no such thing u an educational or professional requirement forth the new IndUlt.rtalrk U now City-owned and not Stale ) *...,.*ae*.

    county post Imposed\ by the State Board Therefore h* owned. 0- __ .
    continued, "I find It Impossible to find how I could fall to meet "At the InvlUUon ., Clly and flretn Cove HtU. leader
    any such non-exlstent requirement It wa my orttllei. U &He mi.ny them. lo Vtuhlngten lo OlcfchikT
    In stressing once again his complete qualification for the confer with the Secretary of the Navy 'In an effort lo find. 4

    pot, Wilcox quoted Dr, Herman Prick chairman of the Florida I erne military usage for the Naval InolalUllon. .1 I Oren

    Committee. of the Commission on Secondary Schools Southern Tot*. ,
    Association of Schools and College This U th group which. "later. 'a.coIaW the ooswrtonllr lo roncL advise Killed By Automobile
    sale. .f Ihl Ike *...teb ,
    Issue or withhold accreditation of school system on the basis and aoritl In bUrklng roa rly U
    of plant fsclllUe: professional achievement: of personnel and Governor.' I wltt' tent every further help" lo see thai
    other criteria. the. ** stable properties are Ml U Itul *M whkh win fcrvl. for PtU Jo Walnwrtghl ..,.&r.wel daughter of

    In response to Wlloox'i request' for affirmation of his ebgiblllty .eonlrikol Ih moot lo tile economy sod pre,rss ., the 'R i.ry1 t tp Mr, ami. Mr, Philip Walnwrlihl. Orson Cot, who WM killed
    Dr Prick said tIw you already have a master degree entire area. +' on flo'urd, ** when, war riruck by an automobile !near hr
    In an area closely related to education you can meet th require ..I shall *bo glee tile early ....,...... .1 lk ,,_. 'q Mk": f 7 horn, were held Monday afternoon
    menu of th standard by completing COUnt work which certainly dale hart* and my _U...., Ut effort and sopped" ( e Aerodirg to pallet. th* MM raced Into' he street and

    It U poaslbl you can do by Jan I, 1069 i it I. t oil cry.+ l war struck down by a ear being driven by Mr*. frank Thorn.
    Further asmtranc of Wiloox'a qualification for the post With respect to having taken adtantag of the fedet*! t ..,.. TtKNna WM taken lo Clay Manacled lloopttal suffering. ?

    was contained In this statement by Prick' : "If. at the Urn the' Oovernmenf defer** highway conetrucUon pitxram th* tad, m' : 'front thurk following it* tragedytweide .
    Florid' Commute (which h* heads meet to prepare Its reportsto lank Jacksonvlll mayor sold Florida rank 37 among the 14 : hr parent, Ih* child !leave a brother. Philip
    the Southern Association next November, you have completed .tate.. W,'lnrWM. Jr.. hr maternal grandmother, Mr*. Ruth Rowtll.el .
    as much u half of the prescribed work and are currently taking lUcalling he had aoeouipanied a delegation of Clay County .. D. I Howl) oa4erl, win InlUU a program of rlr, opretealUis HstiuiOa, eN.. ./wt Far poisoned. grandmother, Mr KatyWalnwrlihl.
    slated al ke4lag off Irowttl rushes (bas Irr'agU
    the remaining work the eominitte would wane you would be and Orson Co* leader lo Washington far bock a* throe .f fuluion. U*.
    I seed M. when N b 4....
    qualified and would make Its recommendation accordingly" I yean ago for conference with Florida Congreettonal 1 .leader, I OffkUiin al, UM. sinks al Hickory Orov BaptM Church.
    Th November meeting to which Frkk refer U Ih* Corn the Mayor said h* had oppmed' riming of th former Orm .her* aM h4 atUrwWd oraUr IIctw>>J. ware Ih* Hv. A. D.
    mlttee's annual meeting to rrvtew accreditation 'factor In Cove Natal bM, and when It was eased he opposed' BUM Ntlll4 fl1, j, Marlin the church minister, and two Mhhbou.i' In* Wslrv
    County school syitan purchase of the property."Thrr Mraw.r rtW. family' Its Nov. J Wilcox pointed to hi* educational achievement whkh In. I wa a very real chante. the Mayor meld V\ tint OiiMch. ; snit It.. lUv Clofdun Cols mintaUr of th firstUfthmlM

    elude ,*heklr'* and master degree from Florida B versny. with major la Child Development and guidance plus iMUtuUon Thl would not hv "helped. It would hive hurt 04 : h *rr* .*r. Urry llovIl. Charles |fow.|], Billy flow
    additional gradual work la the same' profeMtona area at FBU conomM and poliural and so tat procreo of the are ear and !...".*,.. IUr*.n.

    and at cnw I. I . __ I II... ",,: r.I.I Hums war In shags of arranfcnwnU,

    To remov* any doubt u to him vualineaUons. WUwx\ Mid ---.

    h forthcoming* ha already academic scheduled trimester.additional Kill gradual afcn. h* said study I*during to same the FOP Bank Opens Two : "I Wish I Could

    every' parent and voter In CIa, County thai h* win uk offko |
    In November with qualincaUon for
    Ih port whkh win meet

    any-. teat --- Mew Drive-in Windows r l d"t Undo It All"

    t i
    Th Bank W Orang Par. without affecting. UffW **l tho Th 1M..'* fa.o k.IW4 hU movement Ills. lau wa young?

    Parcel Post Up Again ,has opened two new dm* ia ltd Mt I end srt/JiUd ** If *nUlM had ere Hi H. Ill motion sea thai

    window. al the roar of H* Th old Vtvln otr***w I* I r. a pews abs (bee kurno loo mash, Ubortnu and numb.
    and sill k I "hind. Urn In* woman, .him. ware. looked a* U sh-* had
    bd3 ketnsi rotMoaud
    Aa eftertm dot of April 1 Th higher rate do not affect I8. bas eU. ha keen ort for new dosne tteparcel air parcel poet a* Inter. Mossier, MOVdU* V lUipo cad. when .-<.... a* a ..:a. 'j "* file lAW Th Crescent offk on TudayW ,

    post rat trier*****. rational pararl pott Barwefl. ............. th bank tsp wtAdtr OrtMnd a,ovndtn ke ..... to put In a ftII&....- ... said hesitantly. loading.

    Tk' parcel post tncroas Th bid oa of UM JCC eta basking ha bees ...,... ao wlnitro in rwrvTtOf. fMn. ;, M* wl/e leased IK* oKaibohlnd her.

    approved itwenUy ky UM later oat UM Fag Omo tVpart that. tk bol.eptag .......... I I tie k..fii to trti*.
    dale Ctaamert CkJaSKttoa ...nt ks cvrytng owt M* ok* I ""l wIsh' K.* Bead "1 MI&W do OMnethlrg-'
    Mt4' ttttM k n bees TiM beat to pas peMiaslnj
    and abed U t* )orUv e W ring UM drabsOB I! II* ........... Ian *onllM M writing?
    averaging ... ties doaddsd as.**....M N M* ass kM.
    fa eipecvd :.. yt 14 aka rn I UM federal triassjry ky UK,1 I I: j I I f>,4 know I fool sorry for lhal ....... ere got to go
    am..JIJ.. Kissers Tb ... *Vr*..M etav/e.r. "very BUM**.. TkM to .,***.. and, too bar and) UO her how sorry 1 am. I. "

    Tk taex parcel past lnrr.aIf (....dug to U/ Weep wtaltt moiety M p ., earl son husks H* weal *n. writing
    caga.( tales. wQ M .... ass ea Pep I. leis t <... tho trafflg ants UMI 1so j, woe best pewMosodJ. a yeas "1 dont ....c17 knew whether r. rather IM In hw plies.

    S re s sod ..gcm.sty' U.. A sts...... .............. r .... Aeeaune. and Mars. ... A4 tfrf sow .... tt4Ur4A Js QI s MoevkMl 1 leer Ire peeps of Ik* Cra/ .IM w au... It waont ker fsutt, I know Thy asahi kids wait
    aMI wUI peg e ...... te.'are UIII image, seeght.Iw 1r .S total, ....'... k**. "teens, paid la Uk keewT no* S aooo *4 kktegrMy eu 4 kith US therr old to know bow to handla a day, AH
    w shoat $3s ..... INI1 I sod *..*. .*. .**. lost w1. ray
    aces defrwry wa ot IT soda6 I. kr mieoiisiaiily tk ..... per. I .sues, prtr/plw fv* tkougM they sayhl to auk older.. people Uk ......,'
    osts... Y ersetairl dew, M 1 laM Ise ..... t 111.I.
    ....... .*7 S3 eoca M ans.- 0 lowas kf Gee. Rees) .CeMlrAMd .. fag FitIJ ,

    .... ,lsut


    TWO Clay; (County C Crescent!:! _-. _THURSDAY1- MAECH 28, 19(4

    ititttr! to tlj p Sfctfor I T
    L A 'II COUNTY CRESCENT 3otliker usd

    ... . .__ by DUNCAN: GROVF.R To the Clay County Crescent: qualification will not get anyone chin
    EUGENE KOXA._..................... ......... .. ...... GENERAL MANAGER In last Issue at the top elected to many offices, the follo:
    As this is being written, old Douglas MacArthur is flghtln your 0'c1
    USUIHEO EVERY THURSDAY BY CmcmT PREM. 'INC. of page one, a headline presumes final judgment for the qualifications -
    t. 0. 101 171 for his life Indicate that of for office being
    to one any
    GREEN Covi SPRINGS' FLORID MacArthur has been one of the few men on the nations
    TELEPHONE CCS 284-J168 the candidates to be elected by In the minds of the voters.
    Image was always emotional I
    scene in recent years whose public an
    LEON Cud FMTOI JACKSONVILLE'.'io AT Go..o 264-4751 Cavi SPIHHM, FIOIIM one. His friends have regarded him sis something akin the people of this county is And such It ahould be In a
    Ineligible due to not meeting o..
    SUBSCRIPTION RATES to a deity; his detractors as always all wrong. Without .1.1 free society and our own Demo.
    _. 14 office
    ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE the requirements of the r
    .1 doubt, he Is the last of the Prussians. cracy.
    determined by who
    . as persons
    _. -' Since his retirement, General MacArthur's way of life hat
    not residents of this INN u'G.'wea Campa 5n fwd
    are even
    Chauncer Moore erg.M
    been a croas between work and w I wish the hell 11 l l you knew hoi
    to write legiblyllll!!!! State.If Rear Admiral USN (ret
    Several years ago when I was doing my annual stint of duty this is to be the criterion -
    GCS Housing Shortage with the Army the Commanding General of the First Arm for a duly elected office in I

    summoned me to his office and told me an army aomewher this country, why should we
    With a steady stream of new people moving into the Oree up In Massachusetts: was about to be dedicated to General Doug bemean another! country which
    Cove area, the critical housing shortage Is becoming evermore las MacArthur's father General Arthur MacArthur. The Gen also dictates the qualifications
    embarrassing. eral wanted a speech written which he could deliver at the of the ones to be elected by
    Brought in from across the nation by the city's new Day] dedicatory exercises. the people and precludes any See
    rolls with additional dozens of new families expected 1 to "Get at It," the General said to me, "General MacArthur 1. other persons to be voted upon. .
    move Into the area during the next two to four months . waiting at his apartment in the Waldorf Towers to approveit.
    these newcomers do not understand, and properly so why It :la ." I believe you will find that
    difficult for them to buy or rent the type of housing to whlc When General MacArthur wanted something . and he wa in Florida there has never been
    they are used. never loath to say what he wanted . he always wanted it five any criterion for any office Motors
    Thus far Federal Housing Administration officials hat minutes ago. other than to be able to read Spring I
    taken the view that with Magnolia Springs apartments (whlc "My car will be waiting to take you uptown," the General
    and write. While I know. well
    they took over In foreclosure proceedings several years sgol) said as I raced out of his office."I .
    only about half occupied. It would not be feasible for the don't want your car," I told him sliding through the< as you do( that this simple (
    Federal Government to sponsor additional FIIA housing i In door "I can get there faster on a subway"
    the area. I delved for a brief while Into some of the MacArthur genealogy .
    The FHA has sadly missed the point. Oreen Covt's newcomers and background, and came up with a fast BOO words lithe
    do not want the sort of facilities that are offered at turgid, Henry Grady lamblo pentameter prose the General CLAY THEATER (
    Magnolia Springs What they do want is the type of housln i loved so well. Phone 114-1711
    they have known. In the lobby of the Waldorf Towers a sniffy, bloated desk
    Let FHA authorities, In Jacksonville and Washington, desk clerk asked where I was going. Monday thru Friday Two _
    come and see for themselves. There is some doubt that Neal "General MacArthur'a apartment I told him."No Shows each evening.
    J. Hardy, Commissioner of the FHA, who lives In a pos Sir" 7 A I p.m.
    section of Washington, would take Magnolia. There is reaso I told him he'd better get me up there fast: that I had been Sat & Sun. Continuous
    to believe he would take a house in Jacksonville and commute due there two days before even before I'd ever heard of the From 2 p.m

    to work in Oreen Cove. armory. N.AimJaaI.eo PrIMe :
    That Is one of Oreen Cove's dllemnas. He went grudgingly behind the mail boxes and made a tele Effective March 1.1 +4AdelU

    phone call and, at length returned and told me I might proceed.: . . . . . . gJe I
    He didn't say at my own risk, but It was evident that's the waj Students . ., .,.. lee II
    he felt (WIth Student Cards
    Secret. And Uninstructed At the elevator. I told the operator I was going to the twen Children ,. . . . Ut I Used
    . ty-first Pas I recall It) floor *
    "No. Sir." said he. Wed. Thar A Fit.
    The Superintendent of Public Instruction Journeys to "But I have clearance from the desk" I told him. Tm In Mar 25 II, A IT
    Keystone today to cut the County school system's five votes 1 In uniform. I'm an Army officer." KINGS OF THE SUN 2
    the annual Clay >Eectrto Co-opersUve election . on a secret "No Sir. said he. Alas I wasn't a general and MacArthui starring

    and uninstructed basis. was only used to receiving generals. -
    This was decided on by members of the school board at "You'd better get me up there," I warned him In my most t Sat Mar SI

    their extrs-ordlnry meeting last week. militant tones MILD IN THE COUNTRY
    While one member of the board observed that these five The elevator operator disappeared. He went to the front starting UOLIfSWAGE
    votes out of an approximate 1,200 to be cast) are "a spit 'n the desk. There he was told that the rajah on the Slat floor wai Elvis Presley S
    ocean," Mrs. Long will be acting u a public official and It II receiving beggars and majors. Finally he returned and we went and
    of the County who pay he
    The Crescent's view the taxpayers THE KENTUCKIAN
    salary are entitled to know how she votes. up.Douglas MacArthur's apartment entrance, I had been told -*-
    The board's "out . that this Is, like all other American was at the end of the south corridor. I rang the bell Instantly Sun thru Wed.
    of one's conscience and no one's else buslneu I either side of opened and from the crack In
    elections' a matter I the two doors at me Mar 20. 31. II A Apr. 1WIIO'OXtoaa
    is, we think somewhat fatuous. each I could distinguish the indistinguishable features of two
    The voters of the County art entitled to know, and frequently Filipino houseboys. Doth doors were shut in a humph, two, three,
    ask bow Congressman D. R. Matthews or the two FlorIda four : I Sales & Service I

    senators vote on any given Issue Members of) the archaic The door In front of me opened and I was greeted (If that's
    Electoral College vote as they are Instructed the word for It, perhaps "let In" Is better) by a warrant officer. --*
    Mrs. Longs vote will be cut not on the meter at the "I have the General's speech ready for his approval." X Thnrs. FrI.-A Sat
    back of her home but on the meters at the back of five of the said. A I
    Apr I. I. 4
    County's schools. The people who r-sy for that electricity<< an He took the two copies and, without a word left the room. Walt Dlsners THE SWORD I I U.S. HIGHWAY IT N. GREEN COVE SPRING I
    entitled to know how she Is voting their taxes I was left alone In Douglas MacArthur's drawing room. I '
    IX) THE STONE ((10. Ydi. North of Governors Creek) Phone SIMttt
    looked about the vast room cushioned In l-lrvh Oriental carpeting *

    and reeled at the array of Oriental antiques, objects' _ I
    d'art. etc. I wondered what Hlrohlto's palace had left In I It. -
    Not Here Please In a f.w moments the warrant officer returned.
    The General says It Is fine," he said, handing me back my L LrAGa
    copy of the speech
    The ugly and unprovoked racial violence that has flared In I General's mother
    "By the way, I said, "the was one of the
    Jacksonville this week appear to be an Inept move by Jackson Norfolk Taylors She was a girlhood friend of my grandmother.
    vllle'i Negro population to embarras the gubernatorial asplra Sorry, Major." he said, "General MacArthur receives guests
    dons of Mayor Ifsydon Burns. only by appointment" The Bank of Green Cove Springs
    Up till now all of Florida has been on the aide of an evolutionary Thanks I told him. I I

    (not a revolutionary) program to educate and build IU It was easier getting out and when I got on the subway I I
    colored cltlsens to assume their Constitutional III Ie. In Am rt.
    l laughed and breathed the clear, fresh air of America again
    can society Florida will have no part and rlihtly so, In any I II
    revolutionary movement to mats the Negro more equal than Know Your Bank - -
    his white counterpart.
    It would be a catastrophe: to our aspirations as a moderateand rOpen
    pl'OlJ'MIlnImmunity If these demonstrations should Itt GREEN COVE CURB MARKET I
    out of hand The Inevitable result would be that thlllm.ponal.
    7 Ul II .....
    ble movement could backfire . and Florida would be left witha
    governor like George Wallace of Alabama Fresh Prices 0..0 ,tire Marsh 25th I Ann CUiabeth Reirlts. a native .f Newport N_.. Vs.
    When this comes) to pass tourists will\ be going to the
    World's Fair; and Industry . to Arlsona where there la no BREAD R 2 LOAVES 25* la an AMlaUnl. Cashier ef the Bank

    racial problem for Negro or white. I
    H.*. Grade A Large Mrs. Rewlls moved .. Greta Ceve nearly SI year ,
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    EGGS 2 DOZE 89c ale as aNn, wife (her hwband. Frank. Is MW with ,,
    ; ... 6B
    ; 1C'W.--
    I Tall Illrkory Hiked Fairchild SU AaiMlliw),

    DO YOU HAVEA BACON .L 1 MB PKGS $$1.00CooeUnds ::1 Joining the Bank's staff tow and a half yean ale. M r r

    Ilkkory the was nialgnrd. U the Loan Drportawat She was named ,

    BACON 29e I a. AaalaUnt C..M r last Ja...".

    PARENT OR Jack If yea make nrrlodle, ..,*"aLl .. the Bank. en a itolt 1 + : .

    MACKERAL 6 TAIL CANS 97eMM ; ... morif.(.. It U Bfooakly M', ....0. who will receive i; .'

    FUleMAYONNAISE you ..ft., . silk a .. 2L 1L

    RELATIVE 65 QTS 49* I ANN ELIZABETH ROW1LsAaafataal 1 i

    CalfornU Ire Berg .


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    USED CARS Comity's Oldest and Largest Bank
    ,1'.* .., enroll peer ...real. er rUUve& U any e e ., ,

    thus fine plant and make UM nrMoJnM paya..ts f oMttlf.MO Gro*. C..o .sets.Ith. :s4.: Ao, 'N.3JJ7. :"'4."X\)1
    .. A Pulse Deal Is Male v.. NM WM Cab II! or

    ENROLLMENT ENDS APRIL 15 -. -- C"'Tt' 4iMember

    THIS W. f K'S1',1.1:; /: ,

    J. Slater Smith IM3 lluirk KWtra: 4 Dr lUnltoprtoo "\100 E'DICranalaa.

    INSURANCE: AGENCYIS tfl-aw tttmtu 11M .-y I
    jai tii-jut oca *":.
    N. Orange A... Grew Ceve ..rtivt*
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    (Clay( Cmmtij (Crescent
    MARCH U, 1M4 ;) teat THRBI

    EASTER RITES AT SIIILOIl I minister, said congregationaland I PAGEANT PARADE PLANNED I
    Members of Shiloh BapUat''j special! singing will follow M H C & Penney Farms

    Church will have dinner on the I the dinner I Frank Schlele Jr. Miss Clay tact Mr. Schiele at Oreen Cove

    church grounds Immediately I I A feature of the afternoon County Pageant parade chairman : 284-3478 or the executive: director .
    Reporter !MRS. HERBERT D. BIERS Phone SI.UU! I
    following Easter services at 11 program will be a musical presentation has announced the Miss of the Pageant, David<

    o'clock Sunday morning by the Corinthian Members of the executive i celebration Mr Thomas has : Mike, 9. and nal bara. 3, for a.. secretary pro tern A brief business I Clay County ;parade will be held Talbott

    The Rev Connie Johnson, Quartet of Jacksonville board of the Memorial Home studied at the University of few hours last 8undaJoseph > I meeting was conducted by on Saturday afternoon April tat "We sincerely hope that a

    Community Association and Miami. McNeese State CollegeIn the president Mrs. C. M. Acker- 3 o'clock. I large number of units will be

    their wives. and honored guests Lake Charles, La.. and the I R man. Persons and organizations entered In !she Parade," said<
    Paid Political) Advertisement I of the golden wedding anniversary University of Florida, His major sellor for the Aero-Space coun division The subject of the meeting, Interested In having floats or Mr. SchIele,

    celebration and their attendants ) areas of undergraduatestudy of the Raytheon Company "Lincoln In Philately" was presented vehicles entered should con ---
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    are Invited to a tea were psychology and I in MassacrusUtsUlted by Mrs. Pratt. After a -
    In the lecture room of the Penney music leading to a Bachelor of brief explanation of cachets
    his Dr: and Mrs J.
    Keep Our Youngsters Here Wtth Sere Industry! Memorial Church next Music Education degree. lie is parents and first day covers. from
    at 2U: o'clock. Rehearsal toward a Muter Crelghton at MHC.Visiting \eeentuale. the rnnltlve"'
    Thursday now working in the same W'I which her collection was started : ;::
    for the golden wedding of Education degree at the I thh week are Mrs Frank Mrs Pratt rend a history of cI.1

    ELECT procession will follow the tea University of FlorIda. He Is a Barry and Miss Jane Lincoln stamps Issued by the ,
    voice student of Ouy B Webb United States beginning In

    The thirty-eight annual gold. assistant professor of music of daughter the Cr,'and Igh'ons rrand Their- 11al1'"l 1866 and Illustrated her talk Get a great big piece of good, shady, country land

    en wedding observance will beheld '' In the University of Florida. I Is In Cleveland Dr with stamps from 1890 to the i ipl't'at'nt With the old swimming hole nearby
    JACK of the Mr. Thomas U a member of time She then shoved
    R. DAYBoard in the sanctuary I Barry whose parents I Tracts from $575. up. Easy terms.
    Penney Memorial Church on the Phi Mu Alpha Binfonla lived at the Memorial and explained stamps picturing
    national music fraternity He I See Us for Heal I Estate :Needs
    Friday. April 3rd at 7 I Community. will\ Join his unnu'l IKfiple bulMtmis and events your
    Organ recital 7 to '7:30: o'clock has appeared as soloist with, and daughter later this related to Lincoln administration

    followed by procession and pro the University of Florida Men i I S. E. McKAY
    Glee Club, the Choir,
    who University
    n' gram 1'wfnt.tlve couples I Another Interesting phase of
    have been married fifty or I,I the Choral Union the Concert |I The eldest son of Dr and Lincoln philately Is the fact Keystone Heights Phone 411.""

    of I more years will be honored I I Band and the Variety Band. Mrs George P. Howard wan I that a number of foreign countries I
    II I Marshall Thomas baritone I I I II sent to Cyprus by the UJ have Injuixl stamps In his
    will be guest vocalist at the more than a month ago as an
    Mrs Clara Har\ry had a honor. By gay of IllustrationShe
    CouiuyCommissioners : '. I surprise! ...sit from Mr. and Mrs. observer Letters and news from I I showed sta>np of Ohan, I THEY'RE' HERE ON DISPLAY
    tf f" that troubled Island have born .
    Chance Korchlng! Of Floral Tco, Philippines, China-For
    I ( 'GdcNITROGEN but the UN has re- i I
    PG* Park, L I last week They !moat. Nicaragua Haiti and A roMrmt: : n\: of M\V: I" M) 1.\\\N\lowtRSI:
    wired! his randy by repoitlm
    also called on Miss Nellie Ro- IKmduiM
    "ho \\fulfilling his mission
    drrick a farmer member of I The next meeting of the club
    with adnth able efficiency; he
    their church in Floral rule will be hold at the home of

    I ". .l I Mr. Kofchllna was a former the embodies United the Natloivi" andmeais"' of..- I Mm Mabel Fast on April IiI I
    Sunday School pupil of MrsIlasvey
    tin them Into action He personally -
    District 1 4 n Warwick Central
    on several ('occasions !
    I Baptist rinirrh. Ainxmaug It
    r had out li to the atrevts \
    tone i :
    L. where the late Mi Harvey i
    :9do to stop the fighting and hUN r
    I was a pastor M years ago
    sere hundreds of U\'N1" Tin Agency
    m'ort aim sld aUIi '111h V! NI't'prrM'ntatlV1't

    I a,k your support and vole because: I Ylsltlns Mrs. W. U Shlider. were on dui ..
    this week, are her daughter 14 hours a day, Verge Jr wIn ."
    1, For :20 years I hare worked In various supervisory ra I' and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. excellent health and vn CARRY Were, proud' to display our 19(14( lln of qu.lIt11&wn.

    parities I am now maintenance director at (the Gateway ) CotnellUk O. a Banns of An- happy. mowers one Just right for your lawn Come In . .

    Girl Scout Councils 15-County rerrratlon head I dower, M JM. . URANaer make jour selection.MCGEE'SWELDING.
    quarters, Camp tbonenwaw, on Black Creek Just north I Mr Bjnts ls a member of i
    I I The Ilev and. Mrs Daniel '
    of Green Cove the
    department of mathematics & RADIATOR SHOP
    Snyder hud former imiUhlonrr -
    Jj !. . at Philips Academy, while '
    2.1 will graduate In September from Jones Collegewith 1ft < Mr and Mrs C It Mark-r + II I'' I tit Itttllt '
    Mrs Bents is the N. Phone. til J141I'Uk
    academy W Drangvrnun
    a decree In Business Admlnlktrstlon.hen louts call on them taut WednesdayThe "' ,
    I E] TIME I orusnidt and instructor in or. I 1 n '"
    lluntley resigns from the County Commission" to become Barkers are from HuntInnton Ip ,\nDelivery\ (Service Available
    I I She also'
    nan is member of
    our State Representative, the Board once again, a W V\ They winter at I 1'ttagle71.1101
    H MONEY the editorial .
    staff of the
    .trained member. na New B'ach. where
    will be without a college Binyrtm < 1--- _'4 __ -- -
    lonal organ Journal The Ameil they have a home on the beach I
    3. AH your County CommUiloner, DUIrlct I. 1 will work G! WORE[* ran Oiganlsttr .
    and where they do a lot ofsurf ; .
    towards the taking of a surrey to determine the factors 1 I ". -----t.
    ftahlng '
    that cause the migration .f our bent youngster to other attd c/wei . /I '
    you Han .
    ; Setmarn and wife .
    areai. Obvlounljr, the basic flUMe Is a lark of Jobs And I .. -' ..... .. ..
    called on several friends at Mrs Ruby hello all Mrs
    I will work with any municipal, county, state or prlnlf'I I bettelI peltdS/! MIIC
    i inomlt'.1 on Thursday last week Collette Herman of mtrvlt on
    agency to bring In more and more payroll to keep : .
    He was on his way to Tsllaha their to Key West sloinxsl'
    these boys and girls at horn I It', the faete.t,fMirtt, nvnteco- way I
    lo jrtilnl nitrogen e > si a rrpreoentatlve of for a short visit with Mn.
    way I
    4. At your County Commluloner, I will) work for a more to your ml end crop! toe North Central College In Na. Sarah Ehllin. In the quad II

    efficient disbursement of County fund, a program of ruler growth: I'igwr yields, 1 *t,H lrvlUe. 111 of stitch lie is vice rangle Mrs Herman motherwas I

    County road Improvement and a greater service to all Letter' quality! WtUdilmrP"IO president and financial director a school rlsssmate of Mrs II '44 Jot -mouth CMvrol t Imp t lpett Coupe ((1 N) in, *4 colossi)
    the people of the County, not only to those of one dli- Gold mtrmtm and apply it I He visited briefly with FHilIng
    met at the eipeniw of those of another ourselves with our tqui|>mc*>t I' Mrs Stephen\ Schleb! the Rev ; I
    for you tin do II yourself! ). and Mrs C F Rchriver and
    5, I am a veteran of World War II and the Korean War Come in and, get tJ),. facU1! Mrs Fllrabeth Shaffer, all A good attendance marked J! '?

    I have two sons now In college, I hare a stake la the hd"a""*lain i Ar WC Nlmfn, In,n ,... I members of the Evangelical Stamp the monthly Club held meeting last Thursday.of the _*".h.. !. .._,__.............. .
    County's development' and growth na'o'a' V n.rals 4 ,,..'S..*.).* United Brethren Church I' _
    C -,'Tnt Cvpwtl. *! In t the apartment of Mrs Cella +w I
    'ids .lrf...l pro. ..",..oq.- N I . Pratt In the Quadrangle A Letter I a. '" ,,..,
    A \ote For Pay elwe.N$"",I,aar.. biJI
    Mrs Gertrude Pout had a of appreciation for stamps

    Is A Vole For Progress Fairness, Growth I International Miami surprise visit of her nelece and sent to the Castle Point Vet I
    I i Ii Chemical Cerp Fh.n. Jatknrlll I family Mr and Mrs Jamee erans Hospital was read by

    .. m-ttll Blair Susan II years old. Miss Hotkey.. .who served as N.. thewGe Mshhuport Cowl (lit In *h..,lb...)
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    Paid Political\ Advertisement

    SO EASY TO OWN! I I Elect __ 'T *yM


    Cre; .yO hove Iplalt Cusps (UIOIl I wr...llIu.)

    SM50 ALL BRICK I Ernest Hatcher I .iiTL

    'J '1) Pu[ III i .

    ON YOUR LOT County Commissioner i ;

    t 44 CMV.dv Meng. Club taupe ((104 in wed./6151)/

    District :3 J ,

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    Patd Political 1 AdvertlMowilELECT I

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    topo.4trr .44 Cot.e" (Iles" Ibypeel ColI,. (M lit 551516.51)J

    I II I. Chevrolet will go to any length

    red Edna L. QuigleyJUSTICE I to make you happy ,

    ,. TMrjn hare rHanfwl! a lot Mace a Chevy resist arul' Chevy. II (aiul, between parking

    "SHEW*'OOlt OF THE PEACE OIST 2 .M. f m.t jr a <"U. .,r J:'(..ruiJlr your Wes' imUrri with five whole. feet left, over).
    I I 111 what. you want a ('r..vy to UM TVn" lOll, there's the sporty ISfontOrvair

    MASTER IUILT ITrMEYERS I \ rx/w you have! the. Jtrt..lrlllflth OMTV M right for sri many people (you

    t1' ,. ..--... est ........., ,.. .. .,,... of $..ileertl.peso. foist 171| Ifi tj pure luiurr, burner ..,1., in, particular I thai we've' never
    & LAZEAU to t*.....4I1I/w/.Msensv..,... to la tNm ip r, TKt.. wile ... it a ("usury tat, tuw...... an Inch of 1&. And (Wily, Car
    IM rwK th* rW. vetto. still | (.. and still much
    all fss,- sad. ...... I 1111 ( too
    i1 .. fir ,00l'aII rrM,,M the thrifty Chevy II f for any true i *tar |Ion to no to.
    HOMES I Mr asbsal. Js.w Q [. ,. ..... lit Lelia, ... ac. ( say
    I-C U-.I-- tamely CM with all .J.w. 'J Th Gong anti short of "It iA I iJon't
    .._ Metre slash"! IM M papa | ..* ... ..,..., you
    coMKirt IUOT TO irvi m wrNs "'......& I as aN .....,.. ad I .. .. ..... f*' vge7 .1Ift Jut tan ....... have to eo U any length to MIl( wetly
    OUT TO M* VtCiriOTtOMt ,_ Ski. Sl .. ...... I This" Pal, your rhaace midi' t. th. kind' o< ear you want Just

    WHITE tr PHONE TODAYr, -::,-saw:: ,: :::;:::::--'" I, : yIn I.,a.t1e.a Ik SB? ss.f frWiHse .U la*- ........ the i I I4' fcWjf UtwwftTil tt-nfw: (''brI-, m a&s*.your the fiv Chevrolet* different/ dealer'HAM of carsalarl

    lW 0. In-.o M .O.a 1Mael ,
    MEYERS & LAZEAU 1 Iaarg ...... .. .. ... .. ........ afar nomir' nuotxtn cvmewt' 0 (levd4 CWvy n CwvaJr C n t1ROBERTS .

    HOMES, INC. I.....frp ..... .............. ELECT S..IAnt., rf8Ao."tII)1II
    ....._ earo. jl 1C1 .. ._
    r 0. lOX 4211.JACMONVIUITfasee I .................... ..... ..-.. "

    Ismea CAJf ke FHAtti e,... . ............... ivel "........' I

    01 . .... Edna L.
    +ac4 lhr.egb..t Clay r .taw 04Cc. tr. note QuigleyJUSTICE
    0- M ..r..e III a r M et h !
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    !i,ii OF THE PEACE DIST 2

    i Orange and Park Green Cove SpringsTlJ'V&SDAT


    FACE FOUR Ctoy: { Eounty( Crescent THIBSDAT, MARCH 2(, 1944 ..2

    I DAY
    HOLD ATHLETIC DAY The Orange Park Jayceeswill MAGNOLIA
    RIVERVIEW RESTAURANT The Boosters Club of Orange sponsor the Teen Age and INSURED'
    Park will sponsor Walter Odum District Road-eo this Saturday
    Hlfhwsjr 17 N. ftt Black Creek D
    Day at Cotney Stadium on at the Orange Park High r .4
    ___ CARE -
    Thursday. The Orange and School. Winners of CHILD
    If you haven't tried our area contests
    Char-Broiled Steaks, Ham and llambnrcers White football team will play will compete for the district I By Day or Wwk
    have misted the best treat In town. the vanity team. award ,
    yon I Irrl"TL i, ;d Main __ BABY SITTING All Bonn --

    FASTER SPECIAL Phone 284-9402
    Magnolia Green Co.e (
    !''I!' .ri."in:"' : Lt.. I
    Turkey Dinner With All The Trimmings $1.130 'w.s .

    We Appreciate Your Business/ Political Advertisement
    DO YOU SAVE Paid

    Paid Political Advertisement ,A PARENT OR

    7 aAw

    RELATIVE 65 4I

    for Clay CountySHERIFF Oil OVER ? I r I

    '- ". _. "._ ., ".-f. "r :' '': . I .d
    :J .
    PHOTO SY Glee !toss I I
    I I
    For The Record . GOLDEN 65 I Celebrate GMtn Wedding
    rled. have two children, ages 13 and IS; reside At I
    rled, bave two children ages 13 and 15: reside at ]HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM '
    Mr. and Mrs Oeorge Boat their respects to the Boat;
    Belmore near Keystone Heights; engage In cattle 'I I
    and timber business; active member of First Baptist You may enroll your parent or relative In any one of Wright, of Oreen Cove, last wrlghts, who wire married In
    Church of Keystone Heights; 32nd degree Mason; these fine plans and make the premium payments yourself, I Sunday celebrated their golden St. Augustine. Mrs. Boatwrlght
    Shriner; Elk; Moose; Veteran of World War Two; NO HEALTH QUESTIONS ASKED. CALL US TODAY! wedding anniversary: at the Is the former Deborah Pacettl ,
    member of V FW I ask you the poople of Clay County reception at their home of ; The Boatwrlghts have 3 children
    to give a young family man a chance to serve you ENROLLMENT ENDS APRIL 15 :their daughter and son-in-law I Mrs. William H Reed
    In this moat important position of trust. '
    :Mr. and Mrs. William H. Reed. Mrs. Robert Marshall, one son ,\
    I Stand ForCourteoua
    More than ISO friends paid George Boatwright and six
    Fair Honest and Impartial Law En J. Slater Smith I I grandchildren.
    Your Vote and SupportAppreciated INSURANCE AGENCY rACK At the COLLEY B. P. O WINS Does LINEN dance'|j Come To Think Off/ . .
    I lilt Saturday evvenlng, Jack
    M N. Orange Ave, Green Cove Springs II I Colley was the winner of the I We Need
    I hamper of linen. I WHY IS
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    I I Furniture, Glass William E.; (Duke) Webb

    KunniiiK For Clerk of the Circuit Court
    and China

    Clay County Democratic Executive Committee When 1 J JI I
    TOP CASH PAID George L. Carlisle I -(

    I II hUH been doing a capable job as
    Cleik of the Circuit Court
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    I Phone) 2S4-3JSO: II
    OFFICIAL RALLIESMARCH I for eight yearsMiller .

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    Filed Chicken Dinner . Sponsored! bjr Middleburff( ) P.T-A
    + 1 1111// ; t i
    Mlddleburg) / Civic Club v



    ', limn Dinner Sponsored' by Penney Farms P.TA. .


    (Country fried Steak Dinner) Sponsored Catholic' Club by St. William's Cotney Recaps

    New: Tire Performance At
    APRIL 18, 1964 .

    Hum Dinner - Snack Wnjron, Hamburger, & Hot Dr R",
    Soft Drlnki Low Cost
    ,Sponsored nu. Inlet I'.T.nllli Volunteer Fire Department

    APRIL 25, 1964 ORANGE PARK HIGH SCHOOL l The largest inventory of tires ..

    l\nrt""IU1'11) Chicken }Dinner) Ppon; ored by Orantrc Park
    Hoo"tfV, Club and the best prices in Green Cove



    SCHOOL STADIUM Autolite batteries to fit any

    . i Chicken\ PiUu Dinner at High School Cafftnta . Sponsored :
    ., '\ .11 ,' ;;, "v by Chapter 43, Order of Eastern Star4' \.. automobile
    : .1 t w L \

    .. .. ,;, "" :: I'" ., 1 "' ., ,
    : '. .t.. ..

    % <' Road Service

    Time of All Dinners 4:30: To 1:00: p. m.

    All Speaking Will Start At 7:00: p. m. :a JG Q Tire Service

    ., Ml X Ovaaaie A**. !" -. Ut lilt
    Gnus c... fpsWs

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    THURSDAY, MARCH 26, use -
    .1 JESS WILSON Robertson ofOreen Cove I
    WISH I COULD UNDO IT ALL"Continued ; and
    I from Page One Service for Jets Wilson a I I Mn Pearl Wilson of Tavare, t
    I t-r- lifelong resident of Green Cove Pall bearers were Robbie Lee,
    in a while. Oh I don't blame her. I feel l for who
    Monday In a Lake I Edgar Strickland Frank Foun
    could undo It ail." City hospital were held at the lain Thoran Robertson, Luther
    laughed, bitterly remembering he could not undo( I
    \ Russell Baptist Church Tues Robertson and Luther Wilson
    the behind him In the chair crumpled II
    woman day lie 87 I
    was years old. Burial way In Russell Cemetery
    this bitter. little joke I
    A veteran of World War I. Helm Funeral Home was
    what he writing he handed It to
    he Ir.vt.10 sisters Mrs Mary I In charge of arrangements
    the desk, ---
    SERVICE to thank oar many friend and these who
    1 Jo for the help and wonderful !kindness
    SUJIONOrange out from you tit us In our time of trouble. '
    SATIRE. MARCH ISlh carefully always Helm
    Are. at Cove Illway 175 Phone SSIUa Tb Family of Pittl Jo \\alnwritht
    or small variations of It, go on week' In and'
    the nation. [ 1'ii11e'aHoiiie
    I* left with an angry recollection that the thing
    9 I cannot be undone
    \. always" I I\ CHAULI'.S IIKLM;
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    I tt I
    t 11'1" I'ma feed
    I'hnlll' :!1'i4.IIiIli' !

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    (;-YH. GEXTLK-WKLL: : TH.\l I':1PONY : ) i TIIINK OP l t'S!
    qulck. onrldl'nUal! loan up I
    I I to $600 call first for One Stop : ARE INVITEDand
    MGR Service I

    tI bridle and saddle I.O0.. i
    ; of Ornngo Pnik

    Co (* Park 211-9318

    BIG DRAWING SATURDAY MARCH 2B I 211.3991-Oran -- -


    I IN o.\I mnOJ': TEHUACE: :
    FUN FOR ALL///! !
    A I n. MARTIN, Paalor
    C1IA8 E DENNETT SCHOOL | Soiilli I Onkridtfi) AvenueIrcon

    F R E E : : BrnBI.R COKES OUM IIALLOOXSLOLLYpors : Xo. 1 84 X 132 $ 000.00( I DUTY: Ku'tiing: ( / Cove Spring(

    Xo. 2 91 X 132: $IO ,oO(
    Manh :.101! )h Through April 51h!
    NORTH OF o.J: 91 X 132: :! $1 '()IlOO( ,
    Song Hcrviw will )IK-K'HI) nt 7:30::t(
    GATE TRADING I Pecan' tree)
    FREE STAMPS S6 ('111138 hear tho Henri Wnrrning
    STAMPS surveyed and will accept $10000 down .
    Stirring Mt'nniw.
    00 monthly, No Interest on balance. High *
    Flonda't Greatest! Stamp Wan Cash Itcni/>tinn;

    !r \ ... . For Informstlon rail Mrs. Goodwin ; REV CLYDE P, JONES

    GO -- GATE SERVICE STATION GO-- i .tUI I Pastor of Mnecdoniii HaptUt Churchill

    BCD ARBUTIINOT. proprietor : I
    GATE 4 - - - - -

    I and Orange Are at Cove St. Illway 171 Oren Con Spring and I
    \ SAVE "Suing, To Gate Ami Sate" I SAVE I ) < tl! "

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    KecJ/ug Up l With t The Joiies2S e e e e .

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    ;Ky pf. t + K"u

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    } Planning 1

    Eh- # 4i ahead

    J lo servo

    r i bolter
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    Lk' New and Improved" pxtroKnim

    "' |>rt luct*. better fuels bit

    ?v I ....* and Industry, ThMare
    In keeping with the rapid growth of chfrke, making (drMmita| | t i
    ? '?, are th. ",fUth'. IWHdivLUtwU
    of Park barn forming much, of the
    the area, the Hank Orange I from Am ri , .1
    opened two new drivpln windows at the! full ranking. ni'H. mutt irwuUrn oil rtflrwry
    (i mentiy/ oprnod by tfUrvUrd
    roar of the Bank: (wilding. 4 ,
    Oil al !IWsfouls. Moro
    We invite oar Ilftlronl| a
    l'rw.rfu) gaaolirw*-Jeoljnodl
    Thn drive.In*, open from ,.")) fog the ea.y war. We I I w 0 five >NI h.dtHp.rGxnrrnca l

    until 4 o'clock: Monday through Thursday; how Unk" eWwhere to 1 and Increased
    r w ..'.-sra slant ready
    and from 9 JO until Fridays, are for the from one of our ofHrrr cA ; k '
    t 4: for you lo Us In your ur.
    convenient( of our .patron- in caching adrantage of Unking w a + Yog 11 lad them I some ,

    M f w' wherever jrws **. tit*
    C 'W' 8taadanl Oth alga. .

    (. etiii se.ores.araS se.sse. . I t Mr* fah bent aaees of yew W

    Mrmltr of FeJrrtl Deposit Imtrtmet Corp. I ISTANDARDOIL

    hacking Hoar -' ,

    Man. Tbar !900> ln: Moo. Tfcar !

    KrL 9).7j) Fri

    CIow-I Hat t'lowd

    Sat. ,P. F. GEIGER, Agent Green Cove Springsf


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    PAGE SIX Cay:( County Ercsccut( TlWB.SDAY, MAlteD I8. It1II

    remain No physical at the marker North Pole can,long be 'I FOUNDERS F CIRCLE MEETINGThe I II Clay- County- Servicemen I liquor THINK Why; and defile ON tobacco THESE your and body THINGS spend with CHURCH NOTICE

    cause the face of the earth's I Founders Circle of the Following tne serving or a I II fcteralty! ; in Hell? I Cor. 3:17: : CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
    tenant in the Air Force ROTC
    northern axis frequentlychanges Green Cove Springs Garden 1 dessert course Mrs William T I I "If any man defile the templeof SOCIETY
    Ocean'apeck Club was held last Thursday, Powell, president, asked Mrs. [ detachment at the University God. him shall Ood: destroy
    the Arctic
    I u at 1 o'clock, at the home of Verna Argo. program chairman I of Florida. He was selected on I for the temple of god Is holy, Cor. E. Houston"'St. A
    Ice drifts It, the L the basis of academic grades
    across Mrs. J E Carswell Mrs. A. D. to Introduce the speaker. Miss which temple ye are" N. I' .
    National Geographic says Duck was co-hostess I Kathy Semple of Jacksonville. outstanding leadership ability Why not fervently pray: COVE SPRINGS:
    ._-- .- _- -_ 1, Mien fWnnlc exDlalned .how.-.. I and potential, as an Air Force ,I "Dear Lord Jesus: Be mercifulto FLORIDA
    clubs of Florida I officer Services held Sunday
    the garden are me a sinner forgive my sins
    challenged to plant 180,000 and save me for Christ's sake" I at 11am,
    Paid Political Advertisement: trees. 3 per member each year and know what real happiness to attend our services
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    for two years. Miss Semple Is Is Subjects
    chairman of district No. 4 tree
    .. .. (This space contributed by REALITY
    M \\ '.t:: .. " committee. She named a number The Crescentto
    of trees and shrubs suitable March 29

    for home planting and A cordial invitation Is extended
    The Green Cove WCTU)
    and detailed Information
    helpful -
    -j gave --- -- ----
    i I concerning them. II' 'j 9a ".:.

    t, I A short buslnens meeting fol. ; Paid Political Advertisement
    lowed the program. I - -
    There were 11 members and Marine Second Lieutenant Charles R. Geiger, son of Colonel *
    ,.''t 2 guests present. and Mrs. A. B. Getter, of Green Core has been designateda s G..
    I The next meeting will be naval aviator, and has received his wings of told at the

    .: .f4 April 2nd, at the homo of Mri. I Naval Auxiliary: Air Station Klnfivllle, Tex lie Is DOW assigned -
    J. R Jollssalnt, to Cherry Point, N. C.
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    ...t .,rA Paid Political Advertisement 1 1 't .4 ,
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    Staff Sergeant Gerald E.
    I Sullivan son of Mr and Mrs.
    John P Sullivan of Orange

    A Park, has reported for duty I
    1 with a unit of Ur Air Training
    s Command at Tinker AFB Oklahoma -
    I ,, He Is a graduate of
    j Robert E. Lee High School
    s. Ft II
    Jacksonville Fla, and attended
    I itP ,, s'x II I efM Q I Jacksonville Junior College.

    1s.: 1tl11r.. ," *P I ,

    II I ti. :

    I HiI b -> :i

    TO THE PEOPLE OF CLAY COUNTY!: + Airman Henry L. Wilburn, I r1j
    : {r I non of Mr and Mrs Ernest II l
    v II
    I Wilburn of Orange: Park Is
    Plonsfi) nccoil( | my thanks for renominatingmo being reassigned to Amarillo

    to another 4-ycnr) term n"l< your tax (eolU-clor. AFB Ttx! for technical training I II .

    I linvo nht'nye considered it nn honor and as a USAF aircraft main.
    tenance specialist! Airman Wll
    n piivilofjo to hold n poHilinu' of ]public trust in I s e w Y i t ad burn, who enlisted Iti, the Air 'r tA w 91

    the county where\\ I wile born, and) rented, and) Force a short time ago has I

    whore my friend Imvc\ boon( KO generous} t to mo. I completed his initial basic military '.<'
    I training here. lie U a 1983 .set
    I .. I II
    With the help) of my staff Mrs Robert A. I graduate of Orange Park High I l
    Ice and) MfA, William 1) Hosier, wo slinll continue School .. f At your Sheriff I will Immediately move (Co Irtiplet -

    lo render) Hie Lout lln courteous, efficient I n \ VvRobert l.t. $ St J j merit a program aimed at crime prevention . always In-
    I O Lockwood, master Deluding ute driving.
    service to every portion who linn 1JUl'lln' ('"" with Navy Ensign David J. Wll-
    tile Tax Collector's Office chief fire control technician, I helm, con of Dr. and Mrs. \ This program will work Ihrouth Junior df'paUett
    I USN, of Mr and Mrs.Arthur .
    > John A Wilhelm ot Keystone auvlllary deputies under which many of our cltliens
    Please drop) in and visit' us when)( you nro in C Lockwood of Key. 'Heights has completed carrier t would join In helping me In the! guidance of our youth
    \ \ stone Heights, hall returned to aboard the anti before they are beyond the guidance of local authorilles.F .
    the courthouse. If coffee is ) wo'll it
    rendy "hnro Norfolk, aboard the attack aircraft .
    Now WHY is
    submarine warfare air.
    with you, (not at county oxpe-nsc) mid if wocan't Honestly, I carrier, Independence, \craft carrier UKS support Lexington, .\ Junior and auxiliary deputies will be recruited In all
    with In completing a tour of duty with our rommnnltlr Their authority will be limited to adI .
    help or dig, problems
    / you your operating In the Gull of Mexico
    the Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean wising the offlec of Sheriff who will then move to prevent
    we'll) at least lo sjnipnllietic.Agnin I William E.IDukesJ Webb He la now undergoing
    crime rather than dealing with It after It has been com.
    I night training with Training
    ........niiicerest llmnfcn. (to nil, IttinnlnR for Squadron 21 at the Naval Auxiliary milled
    ROM Elwyn Miles HI of Orange Air Station KlnirsvllJe, 9 I will fully support the program of the Sheriffs Boys
    Wnyno Ociger -I Park has been promoted Tex He entered the service In Ranch: whtih hat done much the same sort of thing on a
    I to the rank of cadet first lieu- June 1963ZOOOOOOOOOOOOOM statewide. level
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    J Ullh all my years of experience as your State Rep
    wnUllre. I feel . and I am sure the majority the voter .
    of the ('ount, agree . that maturity and experience
    are the greatest assets I tan offer to the Sheriffs office.Maturity .




    An KXI'KIIIKXCED: : [ Public Servant


    D. Sam Saunders
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    (What (the '64 Plymouth. has) I




    { It b lie ....'"r rttmtrr U BMT UU. a SftMlrkfon UH

    The new Plymouth has special engines for lots of Zoooooooooom . .Is a car that's designed to make the best possible use of it. r U.owe a twill WSM. If yes ova. a .,

    (optional, of course). That's Important to some people. Power.hungry or not, test drive the new Plymouth. Consider the l Ik* cfMfMry *r. a UM| bra m an Mfr tu&fW

    There are others who feel that they don't need quite that much fact that Plymouth offers you a 5-year or 50,000-mile( warranty on the mo. n-Ma.4af vita .. "rwy 4wm. Par-Ie

    Zoom. They stick with the high performance of our standard V-8 parts that keep you going. Then you'll have a better understanding I 0. a kit I ........ IMMM as few aa 1." 9Vr reat><

    or the economy of our standard six. of why we Keep on saying. "Get up and go Plymouth!I" .r -f>lrU tat.......... fU .te the (Mtn.,.. ..... a"

    What's important to you. . no matter how you like your power It does. . and you should Ij i iHERE'S rap M DWe QultJ n-.. roO. .x Often Part


    HOW PLYMOUTHS.YEARISO,000-UIIEWARRANTV/ PROTECTS YOU.Chrytler F attn.oilAmrnrptac.dew' rwc dalcN..r. +dtnee I

    ;j Corporation' warrant tor S yer or 90000 mile{ water IIUI"p, tranamtuwn C.v and IrtWNIper1aC..clud-! ( .or tn.e clN-oed eH,7 8 fIIOfOlf't I"d ,ptSC14t I IJ
    whkheiwr comet "NU.' against" detect In mstwtalt and Ins msnusl) tKXchX) torque eon+rta,*'14 AfX, un.vrulworimsnUup ewer l yiroxI.wary 4 1tfICt1 fsiewsevs to sudv' ete&e't
    J t t I and will replace of repair at S Chrytlet' MotOf't.( .,rear IRIS. IiR4 dI f*,,">al and ew.M'I" tIHrtfIC' of e.ld.nce of pisuiw+ew. of t.. requsrsd ...-.c.. If'd et :-IAMI. . .. . . .. .. . .. .. .... ... ...... . .
    f 1 I CorporstiOfl Autttorired ON''''* place of buurtMt. the III IW automcbiWe"" ,pro*dd tM e...NI"et Res ". 001 quesq ttIe ",,',", to Cer1fy, (U rc*>c< of tutti e.dee.te
    online" bloc, heed and iniernsl' partv Make manttotd, cnanfod every 1 wonlM or 1000 emiK.ekMvw ceeee ad Cl IN Cat" ttwn c..c I'WW.e
    ADDRESS. . ... . . ... .. . ....... .. . . .
    pea c IDIT.IU.M n &1"01"

    TODTH< .. . . . . . rr ATKrl . ..

    Clayton Revels Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. "10"1 c . . . ..

    till NORTH ORANGE' .A%LMK GREEN con srmxxcs



    MARCH U. !!<_4 Ullay!( County

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    or ipruriTioxK0H K of 'I'I.U' blur n TUN f'lRI'I IT COI..T IT CLAY COUNTY

    TAX UKklt; ; (>Y' I A K IIKk.lltill .t10055 t:1.: "" Sot OTt. GREEN COVE SPRINGS. FLORIDA

    era "...*. r.K u. FLONIIII. It IHtNEILY
    S'UTU-K 18 HEREBY GIVEN Io..ttI': to: nPlll\on' TUB XVII.UAMSUURO: SAVINGS I March 9. 1964

    vial: KKhard C. Uordl th* hold.r :NX)'I Hi. 14 BEEN: HANK a curiorllon.nulntlff.. 9.00: 'clock A. M.
    ,1 the followingcrtllet.s baa iI.. .. j. A..1..UAN !I. t.holurr ... .
    .. .... .. hit. The Board of County Commissioner of Clay' County metIn
    t bird,; itlil c.rtiloaf.S for a las u( (it* louu *' ..a.I'EWbT.
    4.., d I. b. i..uo4 thf .0". 1'h. .,.. ana IKM ut u *.i -airs iur a i*JIo u-ril t" \III ...,,ed T. umii.r. and I..r* ol.u A. CATU. Mi wit' ; gad C
    ., ,... .?...,. 155 "",.. I'.VfWMOHK of the Courthouse on the above time and date.
    -. .11. t". d....''pllo" of th.. .
    ..rr., mud, ). .r ..1 ,..,.... .. 00.rrIpwll rndiinu.
    pr"p.rty. and tha ....>.. In whichIt o.. pry0tt' .IIU bas \OTKM or alit'T11E The meeting was called to order by the Chairman. Honor
    gap sword ar* a fulln..: ..
    .. ..
    .. .Y 'MVu
    < ''rUtlrate. No 111. Year or 11> 115 uNa,.It. NI ItTA1'N1'\ 'Wttl"- able Louis L. Huntlry.' Other members present were Luther E.

    AIR CO.MUTIOMNQ INCOME TAX SERVICE ITIIOLSTERINQ i u.u.e Jun. I, A.U 1(1 lertiiialo IY.Aa ITaxae TO: JHANMNK A. CATO Wilson District No 1, Marvin Green District No.3. O. J.
    l>mvrlpton! of Property LosS ., .........a July i. IfU IT Plcrr iltrrrt I
    BIK I Section t Grant. rrk, .1511.0 uh,.s a".. Nisi ....11.. 1A.I.t"n. Milln I Murrhce, District No. 4 and If. E. Moody District. No. S.

    MILBERGERREFRIGERATION Nam: In which a........ Mss .. ... ... &... ..... Tow K art. h r'b> notified thut I Commissioner Marvin Oreen the Invocation.The .
    INCOME BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP Fisher ,.a, 1"I(0w, ut toil I a a cult born fiat ggalnol you gave

    TAXSERVICE All of laid nroprty bring inthe _. ..... ",...,,, .. .. '" ....1 ... and\'.....I..T" !L the Ckte shots and rnlllUttriu T. O. minutes of the last regular meetingof February 10

    ('Gmplete141 A Furniture County of Clay Slat, of .,4,'. :1 ... ,1"t.... .>, End lhl hi>rbyrnuir 1 87 and March 2 ,'.,,,n...,. !Na a. > you i* and the Special mertlngi of February 21, ,

    I'pholsUrlng$ I'n Im such r.rtlflo"t. or rr- bra r .l I.......l ,July I, Ilil with I': tl'I..I. shall k* soorrtlnit ........ ... .. .... .. .. ....... .". th (. this
    !4 0V.. Idlevtld Are. .. sod In M *ing
    SERVICEAir ,- lo law th* property d.. .... ,.. th. )I'Utntirr allorncy's, ........ '
    I 19 Yean Experience Ph. !2S4-SJO rrlbfd,: I In vrk rrllfet.. or ertlfloalr. .... i.uoln.. 0' prop.ity.: Norlt hams and (,lln. ..ii !I. and filed:
    ...11b\ .014 to the hlsh. ..11I u( \\ .., Ito IU sad Let S,.
    Air ..Uo;. Rfrla>ratl.i Short Forms . . . $111 Green Cove Springs Florida ..t blddtr at e the. court hou>. //los ... 5i ...... [II 1'.a ....,... .ATSON KUKKWAN uiciunrioN' II Monthly rt'port of County' Judge re: Fines A: Forfeitures

    ... HrallBaT /." .. Long Forms $ up Free Kstimatos door on Ihs flr.t Monday In U. |..s. Ill sad 1>H4 Uook II, 11n..1t P.nV Building I Monthly report of County Agent.
    t S. Palmetto Strr,t April 111. which Is Ih* lib day pas t/1 .I.u! part el L.t a. -k.oivlll. I, florid
    Home Phone Reasonable Rates for Buslneai free Pick-up and Delivery of April l'l|. blotk, is Noitk aurburba nor Uir llttn April A l'., 1114.l .I Monthly report of A.wlstant County Alent.I .
    2SI-9780 :
    Real hated this Ind day of March Ivrilflral* N*. Ahoar l mil full In so: Poor*;
    Estate of Demonstration Agent
    ........- Pl."... fdJ.ISy!I Rentals lie Handle Any and All at ToutUpholrlrry I". .! lw....*' July I, IIHNam ITo CimfMua will b* *nl r d Monthly report Home
    Needs! orono!: I. CAHLMLK.Countv . in which ....*.d: KllaJckion s-11n,1 vow for lb. rll*( di. I Monthly report of Assistant Home Demonstration Agent.

    PAUL REMLINGER of Florida
    TV APPLIANCE IUROLD \XLET .seal of Clay County Florida LH.crlptlon of l'reprtyi Tart .1) Ik. citing a( said. suit brine Monthly report

    v.. II, 10 t* Lot T. Wilal> el Bloc le.North for Ik* f.r.clr.>iur. al Morlpgs Monthly report of Clay 8011 Conservation District.
    SERVICEWe acu Roeserelt Blvd. Owner l'phobtnn tl yra Suburb a* ro. >*M .nr imb.rln. Its. rrnprtir and
    EDWIN BAXLEY - Hook Tl pas 111 . U..4 1 nr.mliiri lnr* .d In Clap ('cou"t,. Monthly report of Director Clay County Civil Defense.

    Repair All BrsndsSenrlchie ORANGE' PARK Yl.6(1IL; XOTICR Hook. 11\ page lrrlbd. s* Coll,***: I Monthly report of District Welfare Director re: County
    ; Clay County Son and L'pholet.rer1 yra.C - '.run.... K*. S4trar serf T\MI (III,, MUH'K VIVH I I
    .! Inaaae*i July T. III! 'lit HK1.I.AIH' I'MT I. se.nrhng Indigent Fund,
    For Sliteen Tears \OTIIK or APPI.U"TIO'llt'OK Name In which, 555501041 Mug as :; to pial f r I Mr Rfloe County Health Bsnltarlan. appeared and advised .
    Park !SIGN PAINTING Upholsterer S yrs.FHKK T%< IIKk.llKrr. Kraiicli roiled In \1'1 H..ak t. pages
    Orange Ph.
    S8495tSFIIILERTON'S IM II. r o. l>*..-ripllon of Property: A lot t< and tl of
    NOTICE' : IH IIKKKUT: : OIVKN. I* ft. by II tu ,la Maulh part ol rft-ordi of CU. County, this would take Special Act of the
    dollS and sdvlned that a
    ESTIMATES: I : Suburb Ktnrlit. .
    that HI. bard C. Uordl the holderof Lot 1. pluck, Ito, North
    QUALITY Ik. followlm e.rtlflr at.. bas 05 r.... In Ud Hook |}. p... AND AU'n Ito follWln\ 4.. legislature Mr Jennings, County Attorney, also advised that
    SI N. Orange Me. ALL WORK GUARANTEED fil.d rid c.rnflral.* for a Ui lit rrlhvil Itomi or "oulpm' ''nl control
    dad to k. l..u.. thereon Th* .rltnet. .. Sileor now litmtcd. In or upon the the Board of Commissioners was without authority
    Own Cove 811 s. tU-4044 SIGN Oil A NO K I'AllhLII'IIOLSTERY .rtltl..'. numhr and >*.r. of .( I.......' July a, 1111 ahnra "...rlh." stray dogs of the County and advised that a local act was
    PAINTIINGLEE*, th. dvarrlptlon of Ih. N.m. la which a..d; l>oro I..r.'In' rsn0ad wall heater
    BAKER APPLIANCE : property, and Ik. nam.a In which thy Mitfh.ll M..d.l C-TI-li II |>lnn| all needed to give the commission authority.

    It .*. .......d are a. follnwatC.rtlflcal. t>**crlptin of Prop.rtyi Part ol lank... Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner
    I. tn Mater l II
    WARNER Archie Padgett clock II North Suburbs wal.r or
    SERVICE N.1 Year at Lot I. ,
    Jun. I, A.H. IM* a* ro. In l>**4 hook1, pas elf lh'ITanNS'5O' Wilson, and carried to approve request of Mr,, Ray E.:

    SOS RWndrnlng Road On Klngslry Aye. Just l>..rrlpion| ..f Property N. ttft ( .rtldeai* M*. 4S. Paid, Court. mv a'hand Orrtn aol seal t'nPoring. 1 .i>.f Chance to have Road Superintendent Knowles pick up and
    MAYTAG II. IT of Lot I MHll.r. 8/l .f tot I tea .l l...*... l July .. Ill
    East of .
    Orange ,
    Park FU. Ceunl Florida
    lilt It !SB,
    Phone M4-Jlg Ph. No. COngrrss 4-II1J Saws In which *>i....d l'ly. Mt.wtrt l>.*..rlt"n. of 1'rof.riy: th 1111. i>l 1964, at Clay Electrlo meeting.
    pee II .10......... oa II, North '
    KELVINATOR 011:0R.11': f. CAntisi.nri.rk
    Orange Park. FU. All of property koine In :.:"u'r of Clrrull Court Motion by Commissioner Murrhre, seconded by' Commissioner .

    7 JSMal.ra.5wi.11LUOAI. th* Pounty of flay, Stale of I .rllfli>ol* !II.. M
    M1IK DELIVERY CUv' Cauntr riorld WlUon.\ and carried to authors the Electric Co-opera
    Florida *., .f iMaaaroi July I, III .iEAI'1:
    DEALERALL l'nl.* urh ,*...*'1'.l* or .r. Name In which ....***4l Annl ii, VIVIAN ifl "NIM tlv,'. use of a voting machine on March 20. I".. Clay Electrlo:

    t' thai) b. redeemed a*, Stewart >.put. Clerk
    MAKES!: OF APPMANCKS!: eordlnr t* law Ih* property d.. i I **rrtpMoa *f Property! Part of l-l.. 14.L I will\ assume all responsibility
    REPAIRED AIR-CONDITION. W.D.Morris rrlb4 4n putt artifisal.| or ....r.IIftl' lot T Mock II, North aukurkaa Commissioner Murrhee discussed the problem of Individuals
    INO. REFRIGERATION: AND .".. will b. n)4) to the hl_h.M . ro. la 1'**4 Hook II, pas
    Road of
    --iiiou NOTIC'-- placing private name ilgns on Clay County Right
    HERVICKfdlcwlld | bldd r at 'h. enact ....u.. litlrllflr .
    Ave Phone 2S4-S541 Distributor door on Ih. Pleat Mond'y In .l. !II.. S* - -- Way, After a discussion motion was made by Commissioner
    April.. IMI which ,Is IMtb day ,... *l I.*.*..*l July I, III!
    IN TUB CXlfNTT JUFxlK'S of April 111r Nam. In which aM.4i, Utr. .MOTKH or SilM Wilson seconded by Commissioner Orten. and carried to
    All Milk Noll. I b torah that
    IN ANn FUR CWT Naa
    COl'HT( y
    Jersey .t.d this lad day of March.I1 man rlow.r.D.crlpuon roads until the
    BEVERAGESPAUL'S CIM'NTY. .LORIOA *f rmporlyl Par.t pluralist la S Final lxr.. 01( prohibit signs bring placed on County Board

    IN PROBATE ru N*. in or.'''nr.: t r"'t.'.r.r' lob I. Hlorh II, North. Sukurb. rar.rl"mr*lily nlr4 Clrull can*,* gives permission, based on State and P'ed"r.,1 l Bureau of

    For In 11.1KsTATE! Countv 1'1.'k i>, ClrciHI Churl a* yen In fwd nook 11 pas SNinliril In each to submit application the
    f Dad Hook 11: pogo Court or Clay 0..1,, Florida I Roads regulations; person
    OF I (also in
    M.1! fO' Oy County Florida ..
    will .1hIlG.I.\ bscrlb.
    HOME THOMAS ). BOUTHERUAND, !.!, II. I*. IILBXIAL Uti i Doard for approval In the future.
    DELIVERYCALL drM4.NOTIO Irrllfleal* $. S4 l>r<>uriy a.tabd I* Clay Cvualy,
    TO CNKDITOIIS: _. lear of loaaol' July I I. Ill Florida. 1 Motion by Commissioner Wilson seconded by Commissioner
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    All Legal a..a.dl, Ray kU< k>4ary, louts, and ..ul*
    Beverages All rr.4llor* of the Kate .f NOTICNXOT'S Nama In which moat ,In Ito plat! nnw ..i.>.r14 Orion to approve Petition for closing and Resolution for
    Open I A. M. U 1 A. M. 2I4-J94I er 2(4..1 Thorn J. Houth.rUnd. 4..4. -- - mond Itoccriptlon'end.r of rroporlyi Part ifI.ot : 1I ik.* murts> all hearing as presented by J. T, Norton Attorney for Homer J.Custead .
    ar. hrrrky. noUfl4. and rqmr.4' II, "North airr>url b a, r ttkhki I* Ingop.toriirvUrly.
    Duval County Line .. orOH "pur'Tl I, Illorb and M, Baund,,..
    to fll. any rlalm or .m. OR No II. pass IIIrriin 4..>
    North of Orani Park TRADING PO TCAREY'S which tky may ka.. asalnti TAI.1111 IrillPee r a.NOTICE : *Pa. errn..i. no.! ea. '..11..1.. ." Inventory, Motion by Commissioner Orson seconded by Commissioner .
    .. In nt tko ... I'ltatr
    cold '.1. Ihs offlr lo...*1 July g, 11 I p' rk II"| Th'e"' *
    County juds of Clay Couaty, 'IN HKHKIir GIVEN, Nam tear of I* which .*****.., WII. I kI,'. rraa I*'* Tbl' Saw Wilson and carried to approve Petition to clove roadsIn
    thai III. hard C. Uordl Ihs hldr
    n"'T" Kloild. In Ih. rsur/hnu.. atlir..n I H>4 Hlar II" IU4UI' Saw II.A.AIIM .
    I (' rtprlna. Klorldi.wlhln of th. following' rnllflr.t.a ha. I' |lm MHloudluxirlnilon Section 34 1 3S Township 4, Range 24 and Florida FarmersLand
    TRADING POST 015 of Property. I..t I,
    all pclrndar montri from fllad .aid. rcrtlflrat for a las' Illrtck TX. shads I'Ut I ll4 Mtar I/" IU4UI Saw IIAAIIII Company Subdivision, as presented by J, C Bapp At.
    dad I N i.paod l Ih.r.on. Th.rortlflcale I
    WE BUT SELL TRADE I the dale 0' tho furl puhllratlnnof All of said prop.rty blnaIn its
    INLET aumh.ra s.4 ,... ofissuance torney for the Petitioner
    MARINAMFRcrnr Ihl. nollro Fact claim .r City of lli spa ('015 Spilnn. "'."- I II. liar I" Ha4lal Haw lAAllll .>
    Three loratlansl demand moat ba I" writing ad I" d..rlpllo" fI' Its Ida 1 I' Motion by Commissioner Green seconded by Commissioner \ .
    prprly and Ih* .*"'*. In .hl..111 I l'." If Italia, ) Saw IlllltIS"
    moat I |. ih. pla<>* of rMldni' >a eerllfletlM atoll I "
    > > ,, path
    JOHNSON IS E. Palmer SU Ph. ISC-Kit and pmt afflr .,Uro.. M It.claimant II w ** *..*..... ar. as follow.., ,, bo areardine lo Uw In. l'50flma: : : "g.rrag( sawI Wilson, and carried to accept a Drainage Easement
    ENGINES and mu.t b. worn tit Cull'h'.I..r' of I* la snot I I'taRma /" Table law
    proiwrty d.rrlkd er. from Weymori R Wllloughby and wile: also from Paul C.
    \Vsrthou. antlejur* old Jun. I A tl IH* ."
    hv th. rUlmnt hla 11'01' or sac. will b* said lo Ik* high.oIl I 'Italia Sow I' X II' Till.|
    CROSBY BOATS Gym Bug: S. Orsnie Ave. Ml uttnrn or It well. ".('om. If.rrlnilon of test fl bidder *t ih* City 1111 doer I ,lulls II' Haw s .' JulaurIT Armstrong, In Section I-4-2I.
    S/i af I..., II Illk II NS.0.... i III*.III.Itll
    11'.1.TR'' I UItA: void acnirilln In UwMAHTR nn Ih* flr.l T **dy guar tbs I Motion by Commissioner Green, seconded by Commissioner
    I ." .
    "BIO TOP" tent Blinding KIRK. I, Cots Sprints I furl Mnndiy I* Iko Monik .f I l.u..II". J.ll>l l 0.4111
    SALES .A SERVICEOUTBOARD : I' Cum Tr.l.mrnll' Name In which .......e A""I.I. April IMI,. ......11 U Ito 'Ih 4ay I l lulu I' Joimtr I"."" Wilson, and carried to authorise and request Louis
    Bird si RidtewoodFurniture R.lilo of ..* 11.wklnaAll IMI II honing M*. hi... H.*,.n 11.1 \
    f th .r'|
    Ann t" > A
    REPAIR J South.'."" 4>..*..4 I of .aid property h.lne In 0|>.t.4 ibis tilt day "I Waist. ,l-.lia W.u4 l.ik* A.MTII MrK. to Mtsbllsh corner on Jennings Road so the neeeassry

    II.,. IT Orant Park I' and appliances at |.|. II. I*. she I'nunly ol n a y lute at 1)11 Huii', ,',*,** .. Iliad road right of way could be given lor County road 'In J9-4-J4.
    Florida. llarrl' 1'.roan-II' law
    Phone CO 4 ISIS bargain prlrr Alto 1'1 I fnlM oath r rllPrl* fO r > l/Marl'a II.rk. of J Iko rift af I. The Commissioner ipprovrd) and signed a Deputy BherlfC
    .11.11I. .... .d ... .. 1 *..1.l ,IS' Iliad Sw
    .rA50.' *'ft> I.. th**r.oroiwrty m di. "tl.rl".. ..fiiw'wnIK sukUy 1s.5.ral II I*. 1/I hood on 1110.., R. Henderson as Principal' and The: Fidelity

    II .rrlh4 ,. inch r.rlificab, or ..,- Alta I/" /IU.4llam.r sasstaoby and Casually Company of Niw York as Surety. In UM amount
    llfl..l. will h* odd lo Ik* M.'. I /I II. I',
    .., bldd.r 5Ib.. roan hers.IS. 'II'J I'.rl..l'ati., llevl.r of 11.00000.
    LIfk\\f-S-J-SiIU II IDY ..., on I". first ......., I. ----- A ,L-aorit .1..1. u5 H. I*. nUeH The Cock,, read a !letter u received from John r.u1l1o.lrd.

    II I ((!) 1ID'S1Ii At.rll '111 whlrh I I. Ih. lit day -- r 1.I..I.r 1.1.: u. . ._ uW _. ._I .. ..
    ..f Aorll IMI A11..bmeaS'lal..r Aliorwy for Mr, u.Iwbai/r in burl rigs s ,

    ".i.d thi* In4 d.y .t ...."". IX: TIIK: CIIUVIT COl'HT 0'- f A.......... through his property south of SH-JI and East: of K.orotoni )
    Ct.A C" Ii M.I.I star
    111/ nrxannK 1. CAn1.uLn rI. Il1ANttCl1CIIUUA vernal'. MM Iln4 raw Heights. The Hoard requoeted Mr, J.mmngCounty Attorney

    I t'010'? r'1-el no 'Iresn, 'nor, fk iMtl* I W.n' .*..*, IMWI to contact tot,. Howard further on the matter,
    - -- I 11/ a l> skr Show
    I I o,., .r lap (Viuaty. Florida CAIlUt ANN 1'k.KII'
    riaiatillIIAYMUNU I .-..,. Sells I/I' fiflllI Motion by Cwnmlsslorter Murrhee, seconded by Commissioner
    FOB BALE or RENT-J bedr'm CATTLE and 1100 BREED It I I/ I* ,. I lea A." ..... It HiI '
    .1 I I. I'SKII I Skill. a.,.. ,li* Wilson, and carried, to accept a Corrective Deed from
    house heater furnished ten ,Insemination
    In artificial
    ING Expert THE I Molar' Fail lrrw UnaI
    '-- T W, BUklland arid wife, for Voting> House at Ktrwsley Lake.
    venltnt to school and ehurth. Whrn year cow Is j Lr4AL tOTICA IlItn M H .r SI ir I 111" a 'H 0" I'rillI
    ....., Clerk, read "letter received from Melvin T DUnn
    Till: STATIC or rl'>MIII'A--TOi, I 11/ Ii orbii.l The a as \
    Phone 2(4-4144 S-tl-Ue ready, let me knew Immediately.Phene Ra/w./. I...ii kill Oikil.l. ..1>4.,
    GCS 211 MSI. 143.8''' CHRISTIAnSCIEnCE \.t/SP. nr Arrl iratiofim Sails l'baadl.e'arh. l>rl", .hp.I'lift OrkM.I IsidaflaMam I mate Service Officer, requesting that Clay County Service Of.

    - - -- j TAm limn iwIrsll II. Mirkig.n I 11.1 r.,1ofs.aai. flee be aulhorUod to al..114t,. Annual Statewide OfficeBrhuul
    re AlllIIkENT: NlrfIIIEI/ I" 1111 aadr
    S. mi YOU *
    FOR SALE-EierpUonally nice ----- -- NirTKK I* MKHMIT QIVKM, Ik. a (.|| baa k... fil4 ...!..! No. i lull s.n4.0 I and Conference on May 4 thru 8. 1M4. In Winter Park,

    I that, Itk bard C (J.rdi.' Ik* ..\\4., p.. I. Ito ...... ..'"1" .... I II I skill /" li n **.4.r Florida Motion by CwnmlMlonr Wilson, seconded by Comrnls
    home <4< rooms, bath kltchra lOR RE T-I bedroom bwa.1eomplolely ..f Ihr f llnwla .*,.lfl..I.* k*. aid Ws .re t.rsby osga05od Is It/Per klwIlM Nel4.Ilb
    Urge shaded fil4, said r.i.iflr. .,.* fr a us airs. as0a plaialirfa allara.y I t I'I. sloner Oren. end canted to approve i squeal.j .
    modern eejnlpped. I l femUhrd. air fondlllonrd. [ ... : ,.. ...tlt... Culllae Outfit (
    d..dtoN1..4it.l Tk* whoa **M a4 add app j Mutton by Commissioner Moody) acondd by Commie
    lot. leg.SstlO city water and III Bay Strvrt. phone. I ".rnfia(. nuinlxr* pod car ofth ...-.. yr 4..k*>*. "I I. Air rmprr I II. I*. I
    I ,5ae.a. 4rrrlpuo *f Ih. any ,. Ik* kill of _..,laial I.I. 15., 0mw .11......' slots Wilson" and carried the bills were approved and War
    II,lit.. Can owner 214-5141. ,, %....211. Ml.lf* mOnITOR aid I". sass la wkuki. cal. ."41. *apy *f what. I. 4.. I .nrM| r>.inl sparaooa0 of will
    3.2-If I 1 I ... 555.55.4 *r. \li..r.4 .. psi h.'.wii". os or 100 SM4lrerr ranU ordered drawn In lH'mnl same, ae appear by
    //51t, '. "irir-.i. !N' II* You.f/t. I ,.,.,. "II I Alt. l.4lll.rln I MI IL. MMk I Warrant lists numbered 1)0 Il0-A. 1)0-B and J30-C which

    _ Ii I i, 055.<. J.n. I. A II !.**. 'all..! .r 4_,.. pro p5.1.......*y Poa, .I M4..I/I lists h. fey edtrpted M a part of these minutes. as much soas
    JI i YOU NAME IT, M'E RENT ITl'foonntewm. I iwwrlpilooof r P.rlr 11 14 ***f... win k* air4 .ro..1' !II 1'w-. Air" t. are r
    I A.r.u Om!tk.* A44HI..H. to Kla. > p.. for Its r lu| .,.,.. 1"1' >...'*.1 A"r 1 H*. a nilioo.vrri If set out In full ....'.In.

    fOR RENT) Site S I bedroom Rotor Tlllrr. rdger I Plot! a* I'.. ,.,..4 la I.<*4 hoop bill of Cow NATI'HK. laisl.TIIN .Or MAUl StlT I I!! : : Air'iVo": .r: S-M 5-35* Motion by CWnmUslorter Murrhee seconded by Commit. .*

    house, newly painted Inside and , walrr lUll low, san Accurate U'I"' NIs."' 'U1II', .UII 1'IYlr1C1.11KAt .,ri Air alsa M.. a IMI
    H P... 11Nam. 'sinner, Wilomx and eared U advertise 'for bids on OaooUne
    I [ lluo !Mo 1111
    out lu yard dry chain saw, pipe I relief and .. / 1 IM's..Pa.l, Air
    rrsaonsbU. ss : la .blth ai ** MAll ,
    . .i ..*,.. loIH. wmiraM. My ..... .a4 ,lie r..i Mn4 also for one year, bids to be reretvcd In the April meeting.Mullun .
    phssrrs laraUdfd. Call I'mnr ,: dl.. ladders, welding and Complete oo' *aid "r r* > .,... ofFlorid .I el aa>4 <'. '/N Ur..a I ...-. Ilo4 ilo
    i -isle .a lr : ... by Cwnmlasiorwy' Of* n, seconded by Commissioner
    Co.. lplag., r1*ei4s. Ikial I i ." e..r** <>.n M | II
    Farm4. 521.8281. leaf burning lerrh, portable. gene.riUra i ....,.. .. W.,.*.
    I, t'.I... awb 0' a.9. "ik 4r ., ldaosh l>. III! Stountoo. lr o Murrhee, and carried, to emote Contract from Goorgo C

    -- -- ,w. ran MrOef's WrMIng < News ,K|. .!.. fcall b. r4...*4 a. I IIKOtMM riMV fVtwil, C..or| .!!, .1 1111 ooka P ass lo Its .,*....1 **4b Carter and Clifton Carter,

    Radiator ""'.". III N -..4i.. lo I.. ik.. p-.p.rir dip Hr VIVUN M >MM ...l .,.....r for >...k al Ik. ...,"
    FOR HALE-Three kd room p rrik4 .la gab. rorI "VI.aia.r '*' 1 (T..1 fmol 4.r of Ik* I' '. Motion by Commlaakmrr Wilson, seconded by Commissioner

    ...... hKsUd one block _lkwrst Orange A". GGCM tll-llll. Coverage Ilh..,.. will b* sold I- Ik* klk.. h**.* la ik. f iy 4i:0 ire05 War_.", and carried\ the Board adjourned to meI again 'Int.lul5
    1-l-lMt ..I b>44"r .l ik. 'hoo", boo 'et "' .'..11"A. it'tftf Coooly 5n.I, .ll* I
    ef High feheoL. Osr g.. d...., 0. Ito, sal M.My loi ...,_, 'ws law HUe .( r>rv4* bas wan II\ e* .''.*-. session en th* second Monday ef April', thai being

    E s Ira lot Elweod JthruonPko i I A .ril 111 ...... i* Ito lib 4yf 'UII".i' rWMa a bTaM IS .... r at ooIko April II, INN al 9 00 0'cbirk A. MLmtle .
    I -, April IMI .:'. I 55. I* llkWMIt lib 4r of A..It. A tt IMI.OMrttflM .
    >ne 214-44 J.I'.<<. fined Iki/* 14 4r *f M.r.k.IMI -- _. -- _-- 5 lf I'AHIJSI.M: .. llunlley, Chairman
    ...... If'10STON ,1It1'" ..,.. .9h of Clf.wl Too'l Attest:
    /IprIrnr ,. rssfaalVC :
    '- itrrl'5S55,05'N.
    IM WEEKLY MORE ..a/y f1sr1 .r "'/,.... N.pel VIVIAM 55 M/IN Ooorge" .. (..,.... .. Clerk

    AND lie' I ., iao r.oslp. tt.r\4.\ 11 iN" 1151101St 11 '1.,.. --- ---. ...- -- -.- -
    : For rrslaklo maw er WOSMSI "I ..os ANGlLnONoo" c.1 1 I' It II Able P0LI 101511, -

    5 1N'1 PL.a1mS._ .. . _ I = =: lava l 1. 1510155 : -
    service atomm, la t L'-
    Crtmj y ,. .svIwwy 1 trt.: a5. / rl' 5d 8001 / = 15NIL: 155/45 : :
    .. ', 15.5.04twM4
    -. -
    Core USM.No ti . Mr
    Spring. Fall.! part //41L 155/ IN till CIJM-VIT Out-fit .
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    lattotsMsit. Write C. "I\I -- Plod//, top. r
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    CUI'NTT rU >AHo /rrJJw Ja tt4oTtif :- :.nltf btwa i po If rokiMrCTiwo ptM w a5eb 5lsm.) iki in*
    0.... M-S r. 0. Bof 1447 t ,_ IU"t' > ft| 111IMI i M: r.: cucuie. a* %n* IN ... 05550H0 01 till (haa/l' ..*?*>: .4 **, : ik* eo. *,***
    f Mot f} 50j I'MJOTCB l.*'....... arreisH aeisis. 5/ '....,.' 540 .. .... ., ...r..
    M..pkla. Te.-.. IJun'1I1t. 501W 5 N SI 'f Y.. .p S.. N All lo *..... Ii T..... 4* ..* *f lilt, win r>sii*'

    lea tHSJ SIMT: lo ..,-.4)) -c-..m.-N..9..e.W..4e .....W.s.4 r ....,..'" I T*! arrarpj i/r Pi//M/11A ...- 001545\ II ?S0II6I500 i eoia .).*.. I* ..... c:1.yV'TlKs.rM'.r II" ik* CUro. *f Ik. flMuii
    - - Mvs. ,. TWi HATkXrtUi ft. OH.UM4 itA4O . : .. I nse5 is 5d fs. C.1., ik* 15/ Of *t.T | h 11.mll"I >**o Vii aooo is. r I IMr ; ..... M Field., a... raNpl .,
    FOB SALE-OSM s.ale CWhmartM p..d p.1.N.5r1 c_ M.a. M.aS..s0w r"'AW t .f404l ,.. ..o b*.*by a.latko4 laI a 5 p) 'a55/m5i ,51pwO0 Shoot W *f swotko*. .% .' .klMaiiHO ., III'i* ......, Ik*

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    poppy blalk wMk outs -. rir rlnaili&-?0I ::1 (tMwrk f, < AMO lo IkoIMt4 ,, *>t nsvie //.enrolI eo.PHI 4 .../t. SUoao 14Sioi ... Cl>...
    ..... Cal III. H",, TOSS RATS. .k... ** .ead, Ik.l 1It lr aa4 M'* M.Vl Met tin.. >i*.Mol0l W.a1.
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    sarklac.. age r I .55/4 S I..aO.9. ASTA I* wo o'o bee, ror4 *o fIts S4 ..*.a4. ..4 Jurl< .: 4.4N/5a4 s* Vo % Its u....l y..*.,.*.., la..
    m i-t .. I-SP I si a tkoo fr'fiM :.s.5 s.-i." .Nb IN Cl e. .f *. k../M k... .M .a4* MAST t It. fe....k /. l> ..-'. .9S. .sf.IN. .....11..71 -
    - -- .- - : run Pool .,. /t. rows.. ... Ie ..m 5 5011 ft 1.hi rt M. a.**4ioe ,*.**.. ......... rUrtdois .
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    AIR BASE: FXB.MT12U rHARMAaTTIVtlstiof AMERICAN o $ 004 ...... d s./1 Ute < rf Mfw iso lllk NI ., A MIL
    : Tf Mrixl4 ... .
    NSMPI < 114 I.915 Orals Ik*
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    . Led ... .... ........ "N o-1- a.lM.. /N fowl MINOOST Oa/Ofllrl
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    PAGE EIGHT (flay!! (County! (EresccMt THURSDAY, MARCH 1C. 1"4


    Cotney Tire Service ttSuper ght" Short Shank Western

    Cor. Park A King Jacksonville L.
    4-H Club l. FULLY F l COO'KED;
    rhODe KV I-S027 or EV 4-4491 ;

    TIRE RE-CAITING News iii HAMSShank

    By George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra L Beete

    REPAIRINGFrom On last Saturday, March I the most popular of the day. AAF. Whole or Jellied o Portion 37
    the smallest to the LARGESTI! 21st., the Clay County 4-H Carol Spearman presented t
    Distributor Miller Tires- Antolite Batteriesand Olrla held their Annual County "Meat Balls with a New Twist;" CRANBERRY ..,, t; Lb.
    Demonatratlon Day. Carol Laurie Temple Easter Egg:
    Spearman. Secretary of the CockJt.tjEve\1n':: \ Morris, Thou- 1-LR. CAN
    InCHANGE Olrl'i 4-H Council, was the sand lala d Dressingnd Salad !-
    presiding officer.The pledge to ; Ruthle'Hawkins, Raggedy SAUCE . 23c Grade "A" Quick Frozen
    PARK the American Flag was led by Ann CsJuUestlck Salads;
    Dale Warner and the 4-H Janice Bell and Lisa Bentley, p0
    Sinclair Station Road Service pledge by Kathy Murdaugh, Carrot ,Salad;; 'Dale Warner 1
    Girls from each area In the and Julie Williams, "Long Alcoa Heavy DotyALUMINUM jb&ta
    15 V. S Highway 17 Phone Z64-<41
    county participated. John Silver Sandwich;" Kathy
    Foods demonstrations were Murdaugh ,and Sylvia Lynch, '
    Pizza; Rebecca Everett, Drilled
    25 FT ROLL 8 to 16-Lb. .
    Cheese Sandwiches.Rebecca '
    Wright,Barbara En- A'eraLb. 39
    gle,'and'Deborah Nazworth all f5'L., 61t t '
    ANNUAL gave presentations on child
    care and bathing baby. ..

    was The entered public'by speaking Carroll contest Baker JANE PARKER ORADK ''A" QUICK FROZEN-4 to 6-Lb, Average LB,

    and Audrey Flakes. Carroll's APPLE1Mb. ;
    I subject was "freedom"" and Baking Hens 39c
    Audrey' Was "Physical P11-1
    tasttSunrise ness" Audrey also demonstrated P I rES
    physical fitness by twirling MOKUKLL[ ; PRIDH COOKED ((100 Kx.: Plaid Stamps) 5-Ib. Can
    with a fire baton.
    I The Penney Farms 4-H Club

    ,Ohost presented Convention"a skit entitled which "The dealt Mach: 390 Canned Ham $399

    with hazards'of misused elec-
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    Saunders 'and Shirley Jeffrey J b.
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    Duo Tomer' had high set of this coccus a purrha..2lti
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