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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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-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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Most PoliticiansAt School Candidate ['Fifty Candidates In ;:. ,

Co-op Election Seems Unqualified I

Search Of An Issued
Members of Clay Electric Co-operative in Keystone last

week ratified an amendment to the organizations by-lawi I; Any county school system with a superintendent who
which till permit It to return capital credits to its members on I does not meet the requirement of the Southern Association of

a greatly lowered equity In the total investment I Colleges and Schools will low Its accreditation. Dr. Herman | The County second Democratic political rally attracted

Heretofore the REA co-op has been permitted to return Prick chairman of the Florida Committee of Use Commlsslo approximately 1.000 persons to Mlddlc>burr last Saturday night.

capital credits (or, in investment parlance, to declare a on Secondary Schools of the Southern Association said last Many of those mho went for some of Mlddleburg famed

dividend) only when 40 per cent of the total investment was j week fried chicken supped at home after the rally was over The
owned. The amendment reduces this to IS per cent. Dr. Prick's statement ls regarded u especially: Important I' omen of the Mtddlrburg PTA twice gave out of chicken and,

The Co-op has approximately 20,000 members (electric to Clay County where one of the two candidates for the office ''on the third go-round sent out for barbequed chicken. An
of Superintendent of Public Instruction Is not now qualified estimated 300 Persona were served supper
users) with a total Investment, paid for amounting approximately -
$15000000 Thus under the new rule when ap 'I under these standards but who maintains If he completes half Politically the rally was marked by a reserve on the part

proximately $2.700000 of the total Investment Is free and I these qualifications by the time he takes office 'In January, the of candidate. many of whom are still seeking an issue.
dividend public schools of the County will not suffer Mostly the speeches were couched In broad generalities: with
declare to
clear of debt, the Co-op may, In essence a
its subscribers Dr. Frick said the standards set by the Association state most of the "'Ins" promising to do a brtter-lhan-ever job;
I "the administrative head of the system superintendent) and moot of the 'outs promising to do It better still,
Another amendment to change the by-laws so that
shall have received a graduate degree from an Institution William E: iDuke) Wrbb who has based his campaignfor
trustees would be elected by members only within their own I
approved by the Association and A MAJOR PORTION OP I'j the office of clerk of the circuit court thus far on the
districts was defeated. I lONE YEAR Or SUCH ADVANCED STUDY SHALL BE: DESIGNED qlll'stionVh1 Is William E. (Duke Webb running for clerk
H. H Surrency, of Hawthorne, and Hicks Griffin of Lake AS PREPARATION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE): AND of the circuit court drew a hearty laugh .vhen he admittedthat

City, two trustees who were unopposed were re-elected Zedra I' SUPERVISORY FUNCTIONS"This he was running because he wanted the job

Hamilton of Brooker the only candidate with opposition means. according to Dr. Frick that In order for the | With all the political phoney baloney you\ will be hearing

defeated Russell H. Green, Jr., also of Brooker secondary schools In any county system to maintain accrrdl from this and other platforms In the coming weeks, you will

tatlon in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, hear no truer statement than that" he said.

I any new superintendent must meet the following qualifications Mr \Vitb who ran unsuccessfully four years ago for the
I. Hold a Master's degree from a standard (Institution. office of superintendent of public Instruction, said he had

S. In addition to, or as a part of. the courses taken for. the not entered fiat race again because he felt the voters of the

Master's degree, earned gradual credit as specified In I County were going to ""lfC a highly qualified man for that

( the following areas I Ia post..*

School admlnUlratlon .,_trr how : i Ill opponent, George L. Carlisle, the Incumbent bore
t b. School supervision I semester hoar j down again on his eight-year record In the ottlce

e. School curriculum I semester hours In the race for superintendent of public instruction M
In case a new superintendent U elected who does not .- ../ .._ _.h I. j Calvin Wllcox appeared to put the greatest emphasis on his

meet the above qualifications any presently accredited: high M. CalvinMlco, statement he was born In Clay County and that his education
schools In the county Involved will be dropped from the South !' *| premise you I will have completed, half tho ....*.Irt. UI curtailed by a death lit his family at Ahloh time he was

ern Association list of accredited schools menu (not Including five years of teaching) for Ibo officeof forced to return to Florida '

superintendent of public Instruction II y Jan I." I 8M| >akrrs on Saturday night were Introduced from the

I __ _.. _________ I bottom of the ballot up, or In reverse order bum that In which
they spoke at the first rally In Day HillJohnsManvJlle .

II I What Qualification ?

1 1a
(An Editorial) ;
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A news release sent out late last week by the Florida" I Per

I Education Association, which: quote Dr. Herman Frick' chairman 1

of the Florida Committee of he Commltaloi: Secondary

-e Schools of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Share Earnings Up On .
says "In case a new school superintendent Is elected wtio ,
does not meet the qualifications, any presently Mrredtfed roAe .

.... blab of schools accredited-Witt schools be dropped from the. Bmttenrftssottattonlist I l Y' /Ihcr ased Shares ,

M. Calvin Wllcoi. who Is not a professional teacher and
JohnsManrtlle Corp, scheduled to construct a multl*
who does not now meet the requirements for accreditation ot ::4-T ,
I million dollar plant at Green Cove within the next few months
the County schools Is running for County superintendent' of .
Imported ranUngs *r share last year were UP approximately. ..
public Instruction on his promise that ill l> he will ?w
CIOm"I't'l I .II per cent from the year before on a treater number of
half the requirements before Jan I. and <)> the
common shares outstanding.Tie .
Louis. U Hartley .( ) who U unopposed In the Democratic schools will not lose their accreditation If he meets half the II I J company, whose Green Cure plant' will manufacture '\
to the Male Legislature.shows qualifications before January, _
primaries for nomination
asbestos" Transit piping reported all-time! record sales of
If Mr Wilcox were running against an Illiterate. his I I
Edward Wiggles. president of the Keystone State
14141 million up more than II) million from' IMJ Net earnings -
Bank some campaign material at tbs animal ck Uon bat 1 I promises would have a certain lure I I were 117.T million up from fall million In the year J
Electric C-., where snort ..fM can If
week of lh Clay
But Mr Wilcox Is not running against an Illiterate Ills I period
dldate In tho upcoming primary spent the day shaking opponent Is now fully qualified under the standards of both r I During the same period, wagta and salaries, have risen

bands. Mr.1ntll" whooe cslcnaVd hand might appear the Southern Association and of the Florida Department of doubled, while employment has remalited at 30000 persons: ,
Indicate he Is a candidate U not mnnlng .I I Education: I During the same period, wages and salaries have risen from ."

leas* P. '1',... I slog million, &to 1110 million or an average of close to& II000l \
There are more than 1000 stuoVnU In the County's public ... .
schools It should be clearly understood that each and every one I Here are my .,....u.... I am ,.alifWd. today.' r Itrnt
1 Moreover ...,..,. .W4. Johns*UanvUle &total plant InvsaU
of them will be directly affected If the schools<< IoN their Pow risen from 11141 million to |MI million with .

I accreditation And that is precisely what Dr Prick says will annual capital eipvndUure 'In the area of 130 million.'

II happen If a man who ls not qualified la put, Into office I In a biter lo stockholders, published In the company's

I 111 annual report C 0. Burnett president, said "&he good
IttMlrvM climate 'In the. construction Industry, new and tn>. y!

1 I proved products deeper penetration ef both domestic tndovtriraa : e

:{ II Miss Clay County To Be markets and better customer service' markedly eff r
i fy .e I s.t the. lurid In recent years &to lower selling price levels. ) I
II ",."11'11I', Mr, Darnell. wrote, "..,. 'he second highest.

(I Chosen Friday and Saturday)' L14s"4 4e It tie rorniwrtr Malory, .I11 per, Cent alwed. ot IN and cash
A flow, the sum of net tarnlrms awl provision for depreciation
and ."",Ioft. was second only to 1111
I I Friday and Saturday nights are the big nights of the year '
Major, devslMpmenU In the tonI afl' growth program
for IT of the loveliest. young lad," In Clay County I
Included eumpletlon of a new ttbn glaas Insulation plantal
I I I During the Friday night prrllmlnarVe the Saturday
.v, l>.bryn, M,w Jersey, compUtlon! ef the new asbestos. mine f I
night finals entrants will be Judged on Uimt poue, personality,
and mill Newfoundland and ef asbestos ti
In purchase an )
'dl s Intelligence and beauty of face and figure br a panel of out.,
tile plant In Martrivllle, North Carolina
i .., will be. Herb Bhrliry .trvtJ" vicepresident
I I town Iud, The Judgea >> r I .
r ",*, .la..Ua'' equipment I additions wire made al eilatlnffIncaltofte
of the Jacksonville Death Chamber of Commerce and
to meet growtnsj dVmande for fiber |laM, pertlU roof
producer of the MU Florida Crown Fagvent Chart K Cook
I UwulatkMl, and pipe productsTr ,
vice pmlo>nt. Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce Mrs Carol
jeU' are under war for eonatructlnn ef floor tile
Evan graduate of Darbtson School! ot Modeling and s rU" NewYork
I plant In California, a tibet gla e Insulations yUnl In Tease and
City profeaalona>> model and Dwight Schmidt guild ors an a..l>...Uj fn.nt pipe planb northern. Florida"Tye V
and pro.'Maional music InetniclorThis
ganist >>
company's telartfe sheet shows cash and marketable
I makee up the flneet panel' of Judges we have enshad t
aoewtli lilted al emli Mating more than HO million. Of
and all of them here had esp rim. In semi our' Miae
C base emeu**, |M minion, U stl wide for plant additions
America Judging Sytfm:' David U TaOntt. rsecvUve dlrmrtorof

the FMeanl told the Crescent, ,I I
The UUe ef Miae Clay County I M worth mr II, 'OC U the I
I I winner this yrar< InchjdUig the Frpal schoUnhlp. the FaUKtaStrmw II I Sunrise Services Well' Attended .1 1I ,'

Kholarsntp. a wardrobe furnlahrd by Jean lowers I '

of apparel etc, from 0,_'. Chop. lion Joow..... Western I A"'I 101 parsecs I I AI the same IkrM, resident '.

.1 I ..... CWiger'e More and eUter rm.1 TettllM ...... wWI Uwy joo4 U. ...* .. .,.. J......*,, atknd.d. the 1:....., urt* of the Klnc" lake ass had fl.
Jew r. ",.... It a ........ for tax ..fWe ** Mpe* Trophye win be awarded by the tofjowlnf flews Mtas e* ......... r.r IIW ee ere ., Is* ....."* U* .tlMvMtooSMS I I'services In Vprtng Pack OroonOeve. their first 1:...., sunrise *ervleo .

....*.... of Pubis laoUvrtW. chats with M,. sad Mrs.O County, Bank ef Orson Om, first nsnnnis*. J F fUrel" Fwd *4o........ s<........ la* o..r ao. ., ia* at f otof.oto I: lit .urwler The svrvleos I n4uele4 by ... .... d. l
.... JUstdrtdge el t*. .*./._ U Uw peat .. wMrkt .......): ...... rw'ser.. Dank el stirs Pent ta>>tiI" f ,.._., It... Iw lowd.w. A. It. Ihna. ydortysi ., IkeCm. I, were ..*..te4 ef the Rev ''T FMvy, Il Nta.t *f the King
.... ., like ..... of mere ts a. IjPM psnooja tee* rrfage Tan .Kas Bukk Fwatlac; eoogtnUMy. Fran W **.. Aasocleue C... JonMr Mush Lbel, at the X.44bb.rg sly. Tern R,.",, etoeutlve duoetar sly fake Baptlal Oiunh.. Thes.vkse
from Uw rate sad *-*..II m.LCocUm.d 1 I ; flnaJMs treetty*. HisnOy Dretltefi Feed CmUe I" Wwleir MaMtr, end acre hol4' In the ihunheometery.

( sn Pap Tw t A spvcteJ) Went award will be green to fan talent winner (..." ...... W How Hoo.| spnMM4 et .... M.n'. Clua'el 'I + proseded] the regular .

1ft tht Mw of a II" W. doe' rt9N M aa. as m.Tw.s. f I II the. Poll thmtUI. Cbureh. uAday .t. DI.
I I i The t.1rnthis year has b.o*> tnev. .ewUuadM* by a I Ipek p..r a4 k w, D Morns. Mr.<* lie ......".. ,.,.;
I* ..sme. ft ran .* from ....... to damr to iwtvMy ecu. Patricia Ear CarrvO. W, OfanM. aI4n1e. dielribwt t ... ........... '
Friday pail talent prettotiiwriM Bafaerd*? at I. w..Uwrperwanun1. ; Patricia AAM Itos.ftaon, Mwiiiry: sV.i fowl Cotr; /
Senator Holland Announces Plans !r p*..a<4 p.r4*. Baiajroar at Uw pa.*aM fir*!*. itt AM m***, CUt OH pry. Wait* O O4wa, s'......; I Last Call ;

!Mwsi awe and rmnwn* wfll b* >aifo4 BaUsHey ttottfncThe AAM ClM OartM, s>AwrW AA rtamsaUeTwJ meeting Jeneen JMW ".... Bryaalor Dee be *Miouv.4 ere alas pewef4 lh\ *r Ulrr4 L M.*Uy. HM .-.....: r UM* A/ten Mo'''. 0-,. W, t1
the e4.tlo..1 anew Jerutfjw*. and H It. artaa*. I IBposMfd I e* ti M oa&iiri Ie ew11. IslU ... ..... a4 gsw. Esirs eerM A.*nry; VtoaM .. ChrMM. Oroo C* o ft/rtuo Csj; n..1 Coun/r ..* "*... books and tomorrow nig hi. 'I'IIII

HaOaad was held *a W L. BmtUt of KeyetomTweday 1aasea.M will fMtsafe LeAaw l"*y, MM Cup Ownr .* IM1O0 Meeks Caa.4lt. Cory Toe" c.. el Or*... Port i Palo >s feat a I open al. the This teglotratlon .U for
artrmooe) .. Uw home Height ww earcted chains**., W8k e. UVnt .... stf lip tad Mrs Cloy CkosMy ef icy, 1 flUter ...* fM r./... Assay; Ie AIM CWItsMA, W. awl HM isnul | ....... those whe have reached vol

ef H. It Bwtmasi to Orw.,e Met W, Brew* Jr. Beer*. t tm-44. AaMtra Nor ****' ** the art Ural Mt-4 *M avrto I U Uoma. O.m ... W ....... ..Wa"- .t f /w.; J.**t .....,. eMwrdlf to L. C, tn1 eg. or who hare moved

rut.. Ian oM 0 B fua.TrwerJS UW On*!* eC the IK1 Mia FWM* fwe..aA. F4r/.. W. >rtM M..**1. IUOMO; May KhMo a. WUMNV sutwrvUur el ,..... mla Uw auto or County rontty ..

Mmwn. n w ........ brat u" dolt she.* sun at I fdart eg wfl I* Mil to Uw T.wnru/. scan Posh. Prnarq: Ales Eahl..q u.n.1 lauon.fvr ( A voter must !bier 4
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ML C ..."..,... tc u I. ',A.wtor Haflaaal al a3 ttw Clay I es Os... see Nrtsu aM Teeej..... Cow Port rstnary . Osrdost ........ dr.auCd C***,**y, F V. oases, I on wvul f /.Ioc..M be sugible.ow .

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Y ( ( (Eountu OOrcseent I ICLAY

WHAT .II 0000 FOR COUNTY CLAY .If BOOD CRESCENT POI THI CRCICENT" j ot1ihhtr EM Politicians. . I! The Aftermath of Easterby



EUGENE KOZA......_............-.-..... ......................-...GENERAL MANAGER by: DUNCAN ORONT.R
PUBLISHED EVEN THURSDAY BY CRESCENT Pllt... INC. (Editor's. Notes Dr. Howard, turneth, was NOT spokena

P. O. to $7SGRItTttRNONIMGCS Except In one of two notable Instances I get the impression resident at Memorial Home of the soul."

294-3166 FLORID tnat most of these candidates are eagerly seeking Community Penney Farms, Emerson declared that "'theserved

jACKtONVILLI 264-6731 an Issue more than a half a blazing evidence of Immortality .

ficeKD Ci ti roirtai "AtD AT CHICK Con tnntt. floniM On Saturday nights, nowadays, we hear a good deal century as a Methodist missionary Is our dissatisfaction

ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE SUBSCRIPTION.__._.... ._RATES... . .. .___14 about war records the nativity of the candidates and In Latin America with any other solution
.TWO YEARS IN ADVANCE._....._._ .1 their selfless determination to serve all the people; rM working especially among nnlverslty Jesus came again to his
but precious little of what they plan to do once they are I students and teach friends His survival rescued

elected. ers. In IBIS he served as official eleven men from utter despair

Old Solders N; vcr. . Indeed I believe any really open-minded voter at. I Interpreter for the Urngnayan He convinced them: he
these rallies and other civic and religious gatherings at government at the lifted them from abject ter-

which they are making political hay would find more Pan-American Conference In ror Into flaming courage and
It Is doubtful that Douglas MacArthur realized how pro. confusion than guidance Mostly they seem to me to be Montevtdlo. The author of turned them from cowards

phetio his words would be when he told a joint session of the social gatherings at which most of the voters do most. several books on philosophy into heroes and martyrs,

Congress some" yean ago that "old toldleri never die they only! of the talking and most of the candidates get very little and religion Dr Howard's The experience of that

fade away attention. -Religious liberty In latin
first Easter
so transformed
If the General was not a political smash-hit history will that through all the
The single thread runs political Americawas a Religious
ordinary shrinking men that
certainly place him, ai a field commander with a handful of speeches 1* the common concern of all candidates for t 'sir t Book of the Month Club sethey were driven to shout-
and It is not fitting that his end go
the world's military geniuses;
the progress of the County. I do not find this. extraordinary lection., Born In Argentina ing a message to audiences
should have to come as It appears to be.
or, indeed anything more than oidinary. We're the son of missionaries there that rewarded them withstripes
must ask themselves why all those doctor
Many Americana aU concerned about the progress of the County and such I Dr 1I0war Walter Heed Medical Center continue to probe and cut an old
at concern Is not, I would think, a factor In one's capabilities Christianity as It applies to beasts But could
man. It would appear to be a travesty of God's will . It most no power
In any office. the world today will be pub-
silence them.
the dignity of one of Amerlca'Eauthentic
certainly 1s a travesty geniuses.Around upon. Neither I venture to think Is the fact that a candidate II JI Ushed exclusively In The Yes there Is mystery In it

military is a native of Clay County a decisive factor Obviously Crescent from time to time.) all We have no experiencewith

any candidate for public office must have been I the future life But

around long enough to know something of the County's neither flu the dragon fly
and to be able to with themas
problems aspirations cope
and About The "nymph" of this insect
an elected official\ But In 1964, there are too many
y e' lives under the water as ana
outlanders for this to have a decisive appeal anymore, ,
.1+ aquatic bug until the time
The natives of the County have many splendid character j I ,
by HUGH SMITH is tics: warmth, a sense of hospitality, a pride In the Clerk of the Circuit Court George L. Carlisle ((1.) appear of its change when it crawls

area's progress, These are things we outlanders can use U be asking Tony Baker "Wb,, Indeed, Is Duke Webb running up out of the water on a
It comes on Springtime and I am up at dawn listening I 3 weed-stalk and there emerges
for clerk: of the Circuit Court? J
to good effect, On the other hand the newcomers have
to the birds singing in the trees and looking at the grass all Y' from Its heU: as a gorgeous
other things, and it would seem to me our best hope lies
like all the<
around and about. Although It Is a and delicate-winged creature
In so combining the native and the imported as to make
mornings since Adam, the reason I am really up Is to "Thunder- made for lying in the air

,put*" out to my "bug lot" and douse the light, as electricity] us stronger J It has had no previous exper-
A t the two big meetings last week the Clay Electric
In this town U higher than Shorty's hopes of becoming a lawman ience with the air. But it has
Co-op election at Keystone and the rally at Middle-
wings and fortunately
thing stands out and if it Is not, In Itself Important grown
burg, one -
the for this ,
Borne of the senior citizens me reason l/j/ responds to the urge of its
high-priced voltage has to do with some streets In the Vlllagi Its connotations are worthy of some considerationby y l r vital destiny and away itgoes
+ 1
all the people of the County, r
that are fixed up at considerable cost back In the days when I
presidents come to Green Cove Springs to spend their vacations, In Keystone, something like 600 or 700 persons in
the tent were called on to sing the Star Spangled Ban Easter has come, but not
M they do not have asphalt or cement In those days, they use
bricks which must have cost quite a few bobs, as I am still nero A nursery school decimated by an epidemic of measles gone It reminds us that
could have done better )ob. faith in a future life is an
I do not one presidentIn a
paying for these bricks even tee Easter has come and lone
As one observer put It, there were only three peopleIn inextlngulshsblti Impulse and
my whole life Is it going to make any practical -
there who knew the national anthem and they confidence of the race So
After I flip switches here and there I nose out onto difference In our living
weren't singing.At the best thing we can do Is
Highway 17 and see I am very fortunate in that I get to go Some might say "I can't believe
to ourselves i
busy growingeyes
the Mlddleburg rally a recording of the Star
over Governor Creek twice In one day and do not have to be in miracles."
Spangled Banner was played over the loud speaker I and wings for the next
waved across by the State Road Drpt, stopper-and-goer with resurrection
of who stood But was the stage to keep on yielding
could not count the number men there In ;
his little red flag. As a matter of fact, this little bridge requires miracle When
of Jesus a
to the of the ideal
the school yard with their hats on and many of them urges
more than a Metropolitan opera prima donna and did not pause for an Instant In the conversation they I you get close to the radiant even though they seem impersonality -
stays busted more than a Japanese radio of Jesus and
were carrying on. practical here; to continue
As I wheel Into Reid Wager's Standard Oil station I see sense his spiritual power you
Oranted the Star Spangled Banner Is as nearly Impossible making sacrifices of the
Reid and Allan pulling weeds out of the little Island garden in to sing as any song that was ever written, it I begin to feel that the great- things of time and sense for

front of their station and watering same. Reid figures If the 1 remains until someone does something about It er miracle would have been she sake of the truth, honor,

garden clubs of our town can plant. these places, he takes It our national anthem. that he had not survived and jove that are eternal;

u a personal obligation to carry on this work It. 1s further a A look at this morning's (or any morning's) news death to cultivate the sense of

fact that. Reid obligates himself to be a deputy. sheriff fire 1 paper will show that the United State Is losing friends The real miracle Is that we beauty and the love of right-

chief civil defense helper boat. rescuer, and I do not know I the world over; that the Chinese and Russian communlsts are here! W* have arrived! eousness; to build those In-
what all. Although he 1s the last one to admit It, Mr. "W" 111 are making headway around the globe. They From the conjunction of two stltutlons which best pro-
In town for busted guys and will get up In the
the softest regard their cause a* a great crusade. tiny cells come an Einstein mote the growth of the hlh-
middle of the night to do somebody a favor Consequently, no I Do w* regard democracy and the rights and responsibilities a Lincoln a Florence Night- est spiritual capacities and
around and about. than he does'
one gets more or larger of democracy as a crusade Ingale. Whet. a waste If It to keep alive and keen the
over'to William E. (Duke) Webb, a eandldat for Clerk of the
I help myself to some octane, and Allan trots I think until something of the crusading-spirit once I all blows up Like a bubble, faith in Ood and Immor
Circuit Court, b shown
take care of a Cadillac that. drives up to a gas pump wearinga stain arouses those who are its beneficiaries and Its U her seat. escorting Mrs. GUmon .f Keystone "Dust thou art to dust. retality..

license plate from Philadelphia This "Caddy" ls chauffeured life, w* shall continue to lose friends around the world<

by a dude who looks like he Is heavier In the hip pocket than I On manifestation of this spirit will II* In the way (Staff photos by Gene Kaa) I

the bottom edge of an Soot cut net, "II' vote on May I. For If our minds are already made - -- -- -- --
"Son", he says to Allan "I hit a stretch of road Just after up It w* are not really Interested In what the candidate

X pass an establishment for the military called Naval Air Station have to say, the rallies are a waits of time and money

that. 1s so full of chuck holes I nearly wear tnyrtlf out. ducking I and worse still, a derogation of the underlying spirit of
around them. The further I com this way" he goes" on "the self-government.

worse this road gets. Not only do I have the chuck holes the - - --- -,- _

road"Furthermore has waves .In It he Ilk.says Brooklyn, "I am Day held on up a windy from five day"to IS tcldow: rook- dlair Fund Drive I The Bank of Green Cove

minutes at no leas than three bridges In a distance of not more Springs
April contributions will bring divided into fin sections The
than 14 miles that. are all being patched up by your road department e
/* yeir-round fir protection to newest areas will be subscribed

"This &ls most unfortunate lays Reid as he checks the residents and business esta- first. This will provide for most.

Caddy's oil stick, Bcaua chances are If you com this way btlshments In th Meadowemergency: needs. Juplor fir*.
b brook-Beiltar subdivisions men will deliver the Infor- Know Your Bank
five year from now you will see the same trucks on the same -
Ida Ladle of the Fire Depart- matlon sheets
bridge making the sam repairs as our county commissioner
not seem able to get this road fixed proper" I ment auxllUry will aid the Pleas use the doorO41oor'l

"According to posters I are around and about say this volunteer firemen u they bring for your

dude, "you are holding" elections In this neck of the woods for launch their house.b-hmuse One penny per day or $3 65
all aorta of offices including" county commlMlonrrs. "Why do subscription drive the first per year U suggested for each I fra. Josephine' Barnes, a native of Oadsden, Alabama

talk with the candidates before reek In April, announced Mr, household Stave your envelope
you not bees a heart to heart : ls a member of the Dank's book-keeping department .
you voUT""W Carl) J. Llndsey, president' of ready to give to the canvasser ; d ,

Intend to do Just that)I", says Rrld the; Woman's Auxiliary, or put It In the mall Record t

I The arra protected by the will be kept so please use the
Meado,brook>n IUIr Volun- envelope' brought' to She was employed by the Bank three year ago

.. leer Fir department has bern houiel' Dour
j jI shortly after moving to Oreen Cov*. Serving In the

iiiiuiui'r i I bookkeeping department for a year and a half she was y+r .

Helmfimcral transferred to the Loan Department when she worked

t. I until very recently She U now back In the Bookkeeping ""


Prior &to moving to Green Cove, Mrs Barnes wa with

65 I r '' ; iC' '1 CIIAItl.rS' IIKI.M: r I the payroll department of a textile manufacturer, Sh

1 a, Funeral. ) Director has a son silo Is a student. at 8t Johns Rim Junk

MRS jostrmvi BAL E.

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HEALTH INSUUANCK: PHOflUAMYM USED GARS I The County's Oldest and Largest Bank

say *..... your .*!*.! a* rtUUvt la ail ... *f Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC, Inc.

&MIl .... Nor a" rake t** t.r-lia srs y* rwU.HO .

BUU.TH QVUT1ONS ASKED, TALL Vii TODATI Oftota Eke, 'pstagG :s1.'P&AN :S. 93?, 2S4O051

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ISth. VFW ANNIVERSARY TO CELEBRATE Clay County i I Green Cove SocialsMr I Ii I Fire Gcmratiom Celebrate Enter

VFW. Post No. 1988 la and Mrs. Bruce Fuller- Birmingham Ala. ,
planning a reception honoring I ton. their son Ronald and I
charter members of the postat then daughter, Mary Kay of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Shu-
their 25th anniversary celebration Lab Wales spent Friday and mate of Savannah, were the
Saturday visiting Bruce parent guests of her parents Mr. and I
on April 10, from 6-8
*. Mr and Mrs J W. Fullerton Mrs Wan 'ick Kenney over the
clock at the Post home on
and Easter eek-end
of Penney Farms
Orange Ave. I other (relatives in Oreen Cove .
Light refreshments will be Springs I John Homer[ Wright, of Orlando -
served All veterans and their spent a day recently
Mr and Mrs E. J. Johnson with his parents Rev. and Mrs ,
famlles are Invited.
I attended the Orange and Blue John II Wright
Game at the University of
Florida recently Their son II Mr and Mrs Phil Canova
CLAY L THEATER I ., played left tackle on the tinning have as visitors fast week
Phone 481-6711 I Blue Squad and saw quitea their daughter. and
MoncUy thru rndaToo bit of action durtnc the game Mr and Mrs. L. Thomas Miller
I of 8 Charlr.ton'r.t
Shown each rrrninf I
Elton Buckhaltrr son of Mr Virginia
7 A I p.m.
Sat. & Sun. (oritmuuut. D. Morton airman, and Mrs Ernest Buckhalter,
From Wayne spent\ a few days last week | Rev and Mrs John 11 ,
2pm Morton of Green Cove
Espy D. with his parents It* is stationed Wright had as visitors for a :
New Admission Prices Is sworn In by his esecntive I .
tn La* Veils Nevada. few days Mrs. Wrights sister
Effettlve March 1, III' W R. Brown at the Naval and brother-ln-laa Mr and t
Adults - . . 65e Miis. Before entering the service Mrs Hugh Smith returned I Mrs Earl Pfetfer, of Bucyrus
Students .. 59e attended Clay Illih School days''I PHOTO ST Bras Kou
last week from a few Ohio
(With Student Cards volt in Miami with her sister I Mrs Anna Parotl (11.1 I Is shown with trlrt Court. In Jacksonville) her great grand-
Children S5eThan. I ,A ( Mrs W. B. PrlUhard and Mrs Anne Stripling returnedlast four generstlona *f her family at her Orrrn son \%'.ltn 8 hrr Id*nj; and her treat greatirsnd
+ I family t week from Montgomery i i1. Cove horn on Kstter. They are, I. to r,: Fri Sal I Ala ,. here she has spent the her daughter Mrs.\ Cora MrlUe. of Holly( and Vrt.: Walter Nherldan. Cindy ftheridan. I
Apr I. 3. A 4 i Miss Judy Ellis had as her winter with relatives I Hill, near Dartonsi her grandson, Joseph A, the Infants mother Is the former Margaret
at guests over the weekend her Sheridan sttlclal reporter for the I'' H. Ills- Uerharilt.
Walt Disney's THE SWORD I grandfather and grandmother Hues Mtnha Turner,
IV: THE STONE of ---- - - -. ------.-- -.---- -- --
B Mr and Mr Ed. Sharp ter of Mr and Mrs
and I - Turner spent the ' 'd.Ulh.1
Walt Disney's In Gently as 'he guest
YELLOWSTONE CfB9Sun. parents on her Baxter holiday I

from Georgia Southern I
., Mon, Tnes., A Wed Miss Sandra Taylor spent her
Apr 5, t, 7, A 8 I EaMer holiday from Florida
Southern with her family. I
Mayor and Mrs Fd Taylor
starring I THISCAR.1
Paul Newman I
-*- Marine Private William II
Than. Frl, A Sat. Reed III. ton of Mr and Mrs. t Mr and Mrs J. W Blackwon. .
William H Reed Jr., of Oreen
of Atlantic Beach announce
Apr. >, U, A 11
Cove, has completed four weeksof I the engagement and
Walt Disney's Individual combat training coming marriage I of their
MISADVENTURES OF at the First Infantry Training I :' daughter, Mary Joyce, to
MERLIN: JONES Regiment Marine Corps Base '
Robert Christopher Clendenln
I Camp Lejeune N C. H : : j I It"
.. ; .. son of Mr and Mrs. R M
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off j Clendenln. of Green Cove

"Accentuate the Pmltlve" f> I ,I w ENGAGEMENT. and Mrs ANNOUNCEDMr O W I Clendenin Springs Miss Blackmon are both and graduates Mrs '

of of 8 I of Oreen Cove Springs 8weat'l of Clay High School Miss IS 1 1b
nounce the engagement of their Blackmon U presently employ. 1
: I daughter Donna Jean, to Sam. ed at the University of Florida,
Get a great big piece of good shady, country land my Warren son of Mrs, Ethel I and Mr Clendenln I Ia a studentat
With the old swimming hole nearby of F.,. 0111 ot Stark the University of Florida. I
Mr Warren attended Bt I The wedding U planned for
Tracts from $575. up. Easy term I Johns River College and la April Itth. at 4 o'elork. .t the
See Ut for your Real Estate Needs presently employed with In.dependent Orange Aenue Baptist Church I
Telephone of BUrke. I A reception will follow at the',
S. McKAY at I, Miss X-ray Sweat technician to a laboratoryand st Brad home of .Mr and Mrs II UBlarkmon

Ire,.... BelfbU ...... 471-4S1C W'I ford County HosplUl All friends of the couple are I .
of _
I II I Wedding plans will be announced I II Invited to attend the wedding
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I I at a later dst and reception
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Real) EstateBroker
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Serving Greater Clay Ceinty

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Clay County Democratic .sea

Official 'HERE'S GOOD NEWS' .

PENNEY It Is .. >M..e >..-ry U .... tot a ssHt. .... UI IN PERFORMANCE

APRIL 4,1964, i I ...4.e ..n a s..>..... sally !.>...... II ... ... a Me
Has Dbutrf <...*.. *f ..
I. IM sudsy a seaal .... yes 1ft ate* "eBf *4nMStia

APRIL 11 1964 KEYSTONE fee r.JJA. .... M s...., .... r.'..... I'lymutath ..k. a' MNlwtt Iat.w. p.opl. "
1 . i 1 I hie lo fink with s wsnvr, AM! wk n you look +
C_.lry few. Staaa IMmmrt .. Wi.m S $.4ee.* .... a. lew M |M.M gr sa.s4&, scls I
al IMymauth'g was rctorti on l srowndtk

Fee ..rpb4.. U/traMUra. M .. Ike ...... .....* aa4 CMSAlry, yues laow why sl'l lU (W car of In4

APRIL 18, 1964 1 . . DOCTOR'S rap .. Msle (fcarJKr ItsssjiH, PA. Sac ITT. Ors>M. fs* 1964 SAuM ye.rt l CMM sa f fog. Usl! Jmt luUyl
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APRIL 25, 1964 . . I ORANGE HAM .. .. .. . .. . ... DEAL HERE : '
tarb.erd Cka**.** ..... I ,

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MAY 2, 1964 CLAY HIGH ,........ tf lID I 0 .f M Biii ii>l

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jLd e' Southern Bell Telephone I Brownie Troop N o, for a needy family at Thanksgiving
a circus, not a carnival,,, I! Tickets for the many unusual 1i3.'j
( I and tray favors for the
will awardan
Company this year which wa organized
BRIWITER:: but many tons of wonderful funis rides ate available through( the
Keep Our -r 1111""(.,. on the agenda for Wed.,, I local merchants, or, can be outstanding Florida high I vember, under the leadership Clay Memorial Hospital at
I al.n.r. 0,16.4. > school science student and his of Mrs. William R. Oelger. assisted Christmas. They also sang
April 15 when the Ellis Lodge purchased at the showgrounds.
I WHAT'S' DIFFKKBNTTVhat' : hosts the unusual entertain- I Everyone is invited to join In teacher a trip to the Bell I by Mrs Frank Bowlls I Christmas carols at the hospital
'. tackle? I Laboratories In Murray Hill. and Mrs MlUord Cartwright and tn Penney Farms at Me.
I new In fishing ment spectacle offered by the the fun and at the same time
Amid the that r at 3:30: morial Home Community.
ballyhoo *-- meets every Tuesday
JUNOLELAND SAFARI. Kidsof help provide funds to assist in
The student will be selectedat
the introduction ot
I moat "new" fishing lure anl all ages will enjoy the thrilling ,I the many Community Better- the Florida State Science 'o'clock at the First Methodist I Among their other activities

equipment, we sometime tend circus acts presented free melt Projects of the sponsoring Fair which begins today at the Church. have been a Pizza Party anda

to pverlook the now fact on that the market almost two times a day, have an opportunity : Elks Lodge Oreen Cove Civic Auditorium In Jackson. I The twenty six members of cook-out In which all the
ha a direct descendant many to ride the unusually Springs I yule All students entered In I the troop ore: Vickie Beau- Brownies took part. They gave
I year even centuries old colorful mechanical devlces-or. I the Physical Science category ford Sharon Bohannon, Paula a farewell party at the home of

Modern tackle I* far removedfrom the ponies of their choice AND I from high schools located in I' Ann Cartwright, April Fawn The George Israels' for two of

that of the horM-and-bug certainly for the frisk time SJIUC TO Southern BeU's operating area Crawford Ann DeMay, Debra their members Kathy Origgaand
observe ttie flnhlnjauthnrlll
gy day** at Mercury out mount the back of the largest HOLD MEET WITH I In Florida will be eligible. Denman Lyn Denman Janet Jan Spanger.CLASSIFIED.

I hoardH, but there' warcely an elephant on the American Con. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS Dover, Debbie Fenner, Margaret -
Board of Item around that rouldn't Ix tlnent and go on a real Safari St Johns River Junior Col- During their visit to the Bell Oelger. Kathy Orlggs,

obtained by Grandpa during. lili This 11,000 pound pachyderm lego will hold an admission Labs the student and teacher I Deborah Hopkins Ann Israel,
barefoot hoolboy day awl
not have been a* attractive of i is Joined by two others who conference next Thursday will meet with 50 to 60 students Jane Kazmar, Joan Lancaster, ADSTOO
: >rathe, but Its reiulti form an elephant train giving and teachers from all over the Mul.
( I ox { evening at 7:30: in the Clay Nolleen Mclnerney Julie
ounty Were fairly good.( robed ancettori rides and pulling Jungle carts liar:h School cafeteria. I United States I ford Nancy Jane Middleman, LATE TO CLASSIFY
Even our fur-
of prehistoric I time' deviled for the delight of all. |I All prospective college itu- In addition to touring the Mary Owln s. Pamela Pater- HOUSE FOR RENT-t'nfurnUhed. -
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tackle that would do the Job. The performing animals In- dents and their parents from.. Labs the students will attend son Sharon Rowlla, Darlene 251 Edwm Drive, Bel-
(. I Small round atones, pointed on I Smart, Jan Spanger Jeanne
I''both end with a line tied in the clude Mnsome, high-diving Clay High School, Melrose': lecture demonstrations held by lair Orange Park 3 bedrooms,
middle were effective In putting I High School, Keystone Heights Bell personnel and will have Scarborough Sharon Stewart 2 full bath, screened porch
I dog "Polly"-a proud mother
fifth on the table more than High School, and Orange Park the opportunity to meet with I and Linda Hart off dining area. For outdoor
7,001, year ago. who climbs A ladder fortytwofeet High School are urged to at. worked enjoyment large covered patio
The of about 2,000 I scientists who have on Since its formation the
Egyptian in the air and dives Intoa tend. 1 Telstar Com out back with ,rlll. $90.00 per
n c, developed a proficiency the Bell System's :I troop has made food baskets
I with a reed rod and length of tiny net. This unit, as partof It. A. Schreiber, registrar, munications Satellite month. Call 282-5045 4-2-c

line very much like our familiar the Children's fun day, Is and representatives from the I
can pole In the 1400' walk will i
I Admissions department
I' Ing sticks that were actually receiving tremendous public acclaim I
discuss all aspects Of Jear.
nine-foot telescopingUhlng
In cities all across the NCGyi,'
I ask your rod were common. nation round operation and school; 1OG ,NI? @
I Even pinning rod, which policies, s D TORE '
American consider "new," had
1. For 20 0
their origin ai far bark a* the DEER'
pacltlea. I 17th Century In Europe
I w' NrArrz
way Girl The Roman came up with, ,
quarter, the first artificial fly, called the 1. DI
Red Hackle, and they aim used 'fj ::
of Green clam (hell* a* lures Everything /
from atone and bone to uteri Life Blood YfJIz l A/Vl r
1.1 will hall been fashioned Into hook (
with a ., rewnthlanre
I Th iih the nuiybe Nos T'1fIlCJc. t/
Huntley faint I conclude thn Mercury FORM IlcS. '" ,l l "TIMCKS
come our I folk I It'* a rant piece of tackle. 1A0 Pl4rrlll'i tj' a / ,// A FOUND 111I' /
I that dn-nn't have a fawlnatlng 4fi !#l Y. I WOOf, 5IVAMI'S
will be history ,..r? i tr4, a! SAlON6 RO ffl'$
80 the next time you walk '1. l 1,1j .'
I. A* your Into tportlng. good tore,don'tesk I s, Jm ,.".1 r -< : I 11I
toward what's new, auk what' 'r% .j... :- .. ; ;,I

that cause different. 1 Noe 5'6'1" tA, ltj' ; 11. / .NAND. It I} J1lr5'L.vP +
I I area will work lyy Att ( '' I I tl'!'' I JfJ !;. "tJflt'

agency to t \L r// \!

three boy 7 I pfaCLAdIs5NDA
,4k ,
... '. / IN MuD
4. A* your f Sei'rWer SAND
efficient l n, WILD ANIMAlS t() ftOT AiMrS LlfiVE fftfffr

County ) r, TRACKS pu r $ANDSJIL t f MUD GIVE /fFtKCr


trlct at A Stivlet ol Voar Dnrlnr nt Meddn., RUNNING JUMPING of STAND/US f Size f W.
Your L.rnl l Utilinl fleeing and the
florid Modal Auoruiliuik tve/atir cf-rne AN.MAL. AMKC A DIFFERENCE
5.1 am a
TRACKS Ate MAN tvHiLf wAixwsff
t ear TRACKS

What he. high coil of
meat theee days black eye
teldum are treated to a piece
ol beefsteak a* ol ,on. Actually, - - -
'I'I beefsteak it ol no more help to
a black than the application
of any over cool object. A wad a
pI' cotton or a lace cloih dipped :wt4'Y.Hi a s iu
la cold water and applied to a

discolored' ere for IS minutes ''C..""y d Ink C..f.re1 eM .....,.,.. Jahprlw A'SLI
When every hour for a lime, I I. good vs
lint aid treatment. Such a cold
compress may mlnlmn. the
derp ducoloratlon of a da nv

aged eye.The __ ____ ___ __ _... _. I
discoloration ol
an eye
I II not the word that cm happen -
for even a light blow may 'r/i/ ;
cause serious damage A tip on Paid Political) Advertisement ' I;
the eye can 'be transmitted .. -
- -
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through the eye' fluid contentwith fIIIRlst'm f-
sufficient force to injure
Qulck- the re 11 in. Srparitlon or tear Support & Elect .1
Ing of the retina contribute to i if
to 1600. call
blmdneii, unless natural heal f
Service I Ing or lu make the
separation rrr.11. retina re- L. ]
adhere to the underlying tlmue. Louis Huntley
AT I Surgery for separation: ol the I
retina till for a delicate opcration.
I One type of r surgical
repair Involve the iiiitrtkm ol
rhoneei tiny needles through :the outer Cotney RecapsNe
sate ol the eyeball in the tL
vicinity ol' the torn retina (yyyii
When the needier are in placean ,M x qof
electrical current I li appliedto + :
each needle. The heat hue
t i At
Induced creates scar Iliiue sadthis Tire Performance
scar tiieue r.-unl., the
detached retina with lite underlying

I II. after tissue,' a blow to the eye, the / i ?
"Iak! i it 'fussy or the e>e la cut i iI Low Cost
or' painful, an eye physician i
should lie coniullrd Inimeilitti, lt
I ly lit help avoid! serious and r ,
Whips permanent damage, s e
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1 r I IK.....U THE.r.04.TREATMENTOften ..DOCTOR'S, AMOIUIIM, r wI Th largest: i inventory of tires --

""yi doctor'* I.telephone the Hill ling ol nVt! Often the. and the best prices ii Green Cove

i COUNTY tool the doctor 'knows why
I |>"le worry more at mght.When r
Ihe diatracltont ol the

day are ao more, some people ,
sleep peacefully, while when y fri

r star *wake. worrying. Auiolite; batteries to fit
I roe inataace. a perks may any
have bore leeling il..btty' ill for,
I several day*. la the daytime.Ihe .
Seven )'( lurmod. of n Jnc.* hat
mtalmieed this feeling and! he i
.hat sot yel gotten Mmiad laworryUg
about 'it. Ta coenee
the. *< > aad she. ...... emttihome
riut whew the .very.
thinks and
tag pereoa sore
Health Dr$
I mart shoot hi* 1rv. 1t. Aaiietyreeche
a crecUl ....iat cud ae I
r' : >> I [ decide be best Vi soesethmg.' NOMINEE Road Service
I tie He ttWtaoaw. ai. eVxH I YOUR DEMOCRATIC
Library '
The doctor has lad a tan
day awl t is .fc. *>..4 of ......
'I KIM>.I:\1Ief. petl. .et. be tea j FOR
I jadge or *w<4 tae -.-
\ A Vote easy U ltetex. II M i* ..... I
I I ; the te.k .for the pajrekka" at STATE REPBESTATIVE
I the aKiateal i* to rodeos hoe
J-i" A'ot. I ...,...'* aaaiety Oh*. raw
i ...,...'* yeaplweM fade away It hoe hero no, pri-trt I* area a* ye** C_aly Caa*
i alter e me ...ratHig wick" .has rr.ea Waite .. for ,.. post two ,..... A* yap
( ; dtwtuc diMing the Jaiaae. ** *>| Stew ..**..... -* I pf.l<. to work to la* W4 .l ., Jo Qo Tire Service
: the ...
\ Vote .ht. .
This i* woe<< fc. re I ... .... and eVvefefi I he
o-w'a doctor far rtttyHwblrM we akall eew e-t pow *

\ It A \ | 'I M U taleaded all to. fop .....Ual? I drub a.aee iU pass eeiptwel ... reeMMle .

I'I p"at.'-t Nt rUikM 1"'M" >.ai|> pay al*...ta depntdi *< saywU to gre.te,. e-rrtre .. t.. fataevt! I.1 X Or-j-re Ae* ,.... M4IUII Cases c... Mtac.!

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I THURSDAY APRIL t, 1964 GItoy( (aiauuty Crescent
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I TO LIONS CLUB modern to the very old, which COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION MEETSby MEETS TONIGHT Orange grower have yet to

was evidenced in buildings The Clay Memorial find a mechanical substitute
The Lions Club of I Mrs.elUnd. Short I Auxiliarywill
r A Orange throughout Russia. He alao hold their semi-annual for the twist of the human

S a I Park held an open meeting pointed out that the Russian : The Clay County Home Dem- Branch State Park with basket I meeting the Episcopal Parish wrist, National I Geographic
Monday evening, March 23
people were extremely friendlyto ocraUon Council i l met at lunch at 12:00 noon, with Hall on 8t Johns Avenue April say. Though highly mechanized
t with about 100 people present the Americans and were I Mlddlcburg Civic Center March swimming before and after 2. (Thursday) at 7:30: pm. the Industry must employ

'fie a Mayor Walter O Odum Introduced very enthusiastic' about their 31. at 1000: o'clock. The I The date set for the Fall All member are urged to attend pickers to harvest the

1 +Grrr+ the speaker GcrtSchmldit. form of go\ernment I Mlddleburg Club serving aa Tour was Wednesday, October7th In unlfoim and bring I fruit by hand.

wno spoke on hU hostess had beautifully decorated with plans to tour Mayport Interested' friends that may

personal experience on his trip FOUNDERS CIRCLE nETS: the Center with aaaleas Carrier Basin Following the want to Join

to Russia and showed many The Founders Circle of the and bridal wreath and a crackling business meeting a delicious Plan are under way for Tag

t Interesting slides to illustrate Green' One Springs Oarden hot fire In their huge lunch was served Day to be held May 2, pin and YOU ARI

I his talk [ Club will meet Thursday April fireplace Attending the mt"t'tln.'f're: certificates will be awarded DRIVINGBLIND
lade Mllyor b.r.rsar Campo n fuW
One of the things which 16. in the home of Mr. J. R. Mrs Beuiah lIolllnll5worth.'I Mrs Gertrude Post Mrs Mar- An Interesting program Is planned -

i Impressed him was the instant Jolissalnt at 1.00: pm 'I Council President conductedthe Jorle Tinkler and Mrs Welland Refreshments will I 1 I be !
, Paid Political Advertisement business served I
session The following Short from Penney Farms;

I committee chairmenwere Mrs. Charles Miller, Mrs. Mildred 1--
: Circus Is C appointed: Consumer Education. MacMillan Mrs. Rufus DJMI.LA1STO: MEET I II
,, :)>mirg '
.. I Mrs, Robert Hogarth Merriw'ether. Mrs \E: B Delp I The 8t John Chapter,
,\ . of the Penney Farms Club: and Mrs Luther Wilson Green Order of DeMolay will have an

Clothing Mrs. H M Peterson Cove Springs.: Mrs II. M Peterson Initiatory degree Tuesday evenIng ,
.r i To Orrngp F rc! of the Doctors Inlet Club; Mrs L M. Addison at TJ clock., In Cabul

.! Home Improvement. Mrs. LeRoy Mrs Ethel Uetsler. Mrs J. C. Lodge, All Masons are urgedto O
Richardson of the Middle- Lamon and attend :
o (.'/1' 4 1 A big Hollywood star will I Mn W C Holllngswoith. I
.... ''''' ',1 visit Orange Park soon And burg Club; Food, Mrs Ida Doctor's Inlet: Mn R
Gentry of the Keystone-Lake. B Sreadorf Mrs,. Frank Harrington Macao the tiny Portuguese!

we do mean bljfl' 4 tons inset . When at 50 miles per hour
Oenr\a-McRae Club International port on the South China Coast, vehicle
: and Mn Barbara you attempt to pass a
'f 'Ii ( Anna May the' leader of
A I, I Relations Mrs. T u b ba, M..adowbrook; Mrs is the oldest Inhabited European without bring able to use at toast
the herd of Sells Gray
performing ,
I ." outpost In the one third of a mil ahead
Howard Smith of the Meadow.brook Carol Onann. Mrs Carlton \ Far Fast
.G ., elephants Is probablythe Club. I II Clark Mrs Mavbelle Manning It was settled about 1S57 l : National : All".. ,... C. "'>ly C......
biggest Ur the magic city
I 'A"
I II I r has ever known. I I The annual Family Fun Mrs LeRoy Richardson Mrs ._Geographic- says ..
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I Ik Night was discussed and the Hsl Adams Mrs Louie A Lealy -
Anna May had the most
I date net for Saturday May 3Sid. Mrs. Dorothy Howard, Mrs
coveted role in all of elephant- '
at the Mlddloburg CIvic Ctutt'rI Mary Powers and Mrs LeolaIlauldrca
dom. that of "Jumbo" In IMJSIDKN'TIALLOTS : :
There w'11be\ a covered dish ; of Mlddleburg I
MOM musical spectacular, l
hank t I sr' Jumbo," where she costarredwith supper at 8 00\ p m with a Mrs. Mart an" It Nelson, IN'I O.\J\lqHOJ') Ti:1t1L\Ci1
Variety Show' to follow Home Demonstration
., ...:, Doris Day and Jimmy AlIl'nt'l j
'. June 4th WM set for the annual Oieen Cove Sprints, was alao NEAR CHAR K:, HENNETT: SCHOOL
; Ie 0 Ourant A trueeteran of the ,
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: picnic to held at Ooldhead I In attendanceFLORIDA'S
'''. ., :. V cinema, she's been in just about .
( I
,f 1 I' tt' .... A. I i every other circus movie I,t1'I' No. I 84 X 132: $
.. '\
: ,. } produced Including the Oscar
des .;>o.\. ;' LOP N'o. 2 l !til 1 X 132 $1050.00
,' 'j ... ,t ., I II II IV Ia Ie winning epic "The Greatest IETLI
\_. .:OI. + Show On Earth." and she LOT '1I.:1:t !)1) X 132: : $120000( )

A big thank-you for allowlnf me to wire you at jour modeled for Mama Elephant In *tUscan trees
assessor of taxes for another term, unopposed.I I Walt Disney s "Dumbo"She

make one promise: I will continue to work for all Is such a favorite in All above Iota surveyed and will accept, $10000 down

the people of the County to the bent of my ability. Hollywood, not only because of payments IJ500 monthly, No interest on balance High *

You are always welcome In our office. Alain my Atdywi her amazing Intelligence, but DryRedrMed

thank*. also for her gentle nature .11.
residential roc
Information tall Mr. Goodwin
Louise G. Smith and complete IruntworthlnesaShe's .
si 4-JHI .
ar 'UI
Asoessor .f Taies so docile she even did /

I close-ups with Doris Day In J
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: fact she II reputed to have
been the favorite elephant of
the late Cecil B DcMllte Paid Political Advertisement
(Paid Political Advertisement) : I
Ir,, This season:>> the ponderous
'I pachyderms' of the Sells *

Gray Circus are being put

through their paces by the

lovely La Christina-the

: TO THE PEOPLE OF CLAY COUNTY: 7 N t, most But beautiful the elephants elephant world"j 3,900,7?

Marilyn lludionpulrhrldlous one of many acts In ORNAMENTAL NURSERYMAN OPERATE A RAPIDLY IXPANO.ING .

Thank you, friends for re-nominating me as your platinum blonde aerial I studded &line-up for this ) / INDUSTRY WHICH Will SCU MORE THAN $23,000.000 \

supervisor of registration for another four-year term.I ballerina-Is featured In the all new, bigger and 'roar"1 WORTH OF PLANTS, PALMS, SHADE AND FIOWERINO
Aerial fantasia this seasonon and grander than ever !' TRIES THIS YEAR rI
im grateful to all my friends who have been so generousto 1
the Bella A Gray Circus. of the Sells and Gray

\ me The eitravaiansa-itaied by I And certainly not to be The Minerals a.. II '' ki. II II I

famed chortoiraphrr I)ena mimed 1s the Immense menagerie 1 I
If my office can be of service to any of you pleasefeel INDUSTRY WITH COMMERCIAl I
(loutmsn-ullllaes the beaaaa carried by the amuse
free to In at time. I MINING OPERATIONS I
come any swinging ladders and ment enterprise Among the
IN 42 Of 67 +
I !Spanish web high aver the new additions 1s Fluffy-the i I
With the efficient help I have had from Mrs. Norm COUNTIES AISO CON.
I ,
1 rlnis. This one spertarl rare guanacs from the Andes l I 11+ dI
FUiott, I believe we now have a registration system TRIBUTES HEAVIIV TO "+ f
dally amase thousands, yet Mountains of Peru There's also ;
that Is as up-to-date as any In tbe Stale. I riORIDA'S ECONOMY
Its' but one smell display In Conto that huge man-killing I

Again, thank to alL this year'a new, better than I Jungle galnt-plua lions, tigers, WITH THOUSANDS OF
my I f1'
ever edition .f the Sells orelot. monkeys, camels, dromedarys JOIS AND MILLIONS OP & / I

L. E. (Lewis) Ulbon Gray Clreut. and LLamaafrr. I DOllAIS IN PAYKOllS. (
Supervisor of Registration

I I: ,.

I HIGH SCHOOL GROl'NDH! RT. tl. Paid Political AdverUMtntnt

I:N P.M. Door open I beer earlier TO TIIR VOTIRft or nAY OtNTT

General Admlwlen Adults $.U. mure I have, Wg .. snr eampalgn U be .1N.f141 ......rll'.r '
Reserved wale W extra (hJMreit flM.
('la, ('_n''", I are t..... kaiwlr4 of rllls.M wk.
Sponsored by ItomUra Club and
kao .I..IHr94 l to Mips**! site sn4 will .. *. sell) I aaa
Orange Park Jaycees
I ekrl.d peer Hkertlf. It I* lwarlwar*''lag' to loseso. that

people t..r..t I (lar ('..Mr art a.ll...1 lr ..p*.fllngm Yaw ..k.Je I In Ik* Bkrrlffi. rat IkU year, M It ka*

la Ik. .,.*) aM ..llk..l far Ikal they .IH k* rllkltMl, I bun M .((.. In Ik* pest !M *t.**. ..,.,.....* aMlolal
for eserrklng their Hgkl of lrt4,m ., str k K...4.f ear I*.

('.""Ut.,... I !.... It to *lkr. to k.ail ., /lkl, aw* vifte, *. TfceBOH

Mt- .et:Jf r ", _, liiie4: TIM. r'*'a Uo'' al CUr Hill sad MM4l k..rg mode me *! of Ik.* peter. .. Ikb *...!/ l.f oiUn. ftnM
....... .1rt.. 1 '. ee feel l irtj bumble f_ torn la *.lktM tat. lMk a -.', .. I served a* a meats, ., the rUrM. LsglaUla/

1I11 karl anee Hum frtfMtkJp. rrln4.klp. .U HMvltilM, M .. IBM *|B*.*II| IMtI...., a l Mr swr..*.Ml /laUrirllr,

I men raa Hi and IM max ....... U h.. ., ..,....Mo end IM.swM.*.e In gmktte olfl.* Hun aay.lkln .
I Wk... I anaeeaed mt esaadidsey, I s.tit*
ass |laded ".... fo a erase. .* I base st.*..r kU. ...u. Mr "..... will k*, In peel Ml,

.".... Mr ovpMiriil .k4 WU pet.*. offtr (of Ik* pal !' (..nil 1.** Ik* pfograM .. training U She ....,Itt..

yeses but swt 1st Ik.* ......11' a f a law iifwriHal of" *1p.rlm*.l .btb. "*******' IIvs of Ik. r.4ralBrs
twiee + w t. f'I.ll( rrM* akf ..k.. I ..M UU Ik.. A,mr I* !iNS. .1t ) of littMiUalt. ..* base arrt4 *. U She. peel.
.... ..M wa a amuslp >....U..U.T sad hire .k* ...
sub Ik* Neel ll tai. .....r, .. !M,. M god a* .*!.
fl' % \ eluted U She. ..,....,..*. II was ar gewf IU. ., hosed< 11 ... *Mf.*.*.l Ikait ar s. tnlr la) Ik.* ....*.

t r 1 COM *.ko w.f* sailed spa sad wk wrre .....U.rr4 ..*. l....*..*. Ik* tf
Ur rs sob sad e**.*tii4 .aw u gk) to mess sue .*.MlrU Nun h, roosting. aM M|.*4..U a )sale* deputy
r. IU USM of and I ....... lab sash an ........... am.
** "'... eM a." < ".(". ala.*4 al
Tib lass a pwra sad *....U Cis kit sell ,....... ames Shea. tofofSMla; IM rlk, .. sue t'*.*lr .. it. ,,,(.**..
tlllltlrti.js, AddltlCUl) lntilgL Us u .:UDon't sap ...., .,,.. law pad lot. I semi my ...dry ..... meal. t...IMU. safe .rttU, .. CRIMP: rllTINTNI4I !

watt! Call our Buwnn+ Oifir now Inchendplstinga called. .... &. *. 14 HITTER TH4H ('II MIIAL DPTItITIN.

the Irtephore Ihwrtory And NEW AND I ..... j.....*J pee "!.** I"-a I rill *.*., k.4rsrrws r.*..f*(. I. the. Ullml .llk bee mermen sad

in mrmlw of ...rMraw. *M* ..,.*... Ik. tflgaMr ol ... 4f1.e *l .w as. l..4.Mrr !I. lk. ('...., wUIt a lw U lalatinflk

nncmletad4itlonai IwUnt for SUPERB FEATURES ......" by *IU..r.l.* to 4i..... .. asp peso. geese w .to *...wraU Mi hi Ikto p>.raaSMaii ci ... ..,.....
)our Jamily or Britt may be indudwl for little oa4 .l .. sad I will ***** k* ......W to kf say S..*M t, Tk less pesos ahead .IH k* yeses of L.eSb

Pltla plat I ..... M wgsahsUus. aM ...........,
I bees sw4 _, use ..UI I kHrar f..fto ...,..... by

Mr. RiutnmmaH Ile mire you'r rrprr*"'*'r1 say "...... .. ewpSy .e .....,.' say ..... saw ns. VOTK;
tI'I1 piped She ...**.,r. ." ..., to SMW ....* I
in th, VrtJow Pages UW test w7 to ass male tso i.i..iin .ka!...**.. I fl tat .......*

l>ogle how to find you.Smart SM ;*'" twirl W* she.M he _a*.r4 a* a b*oM ol a..*, aM aWMr aMII MaturityExperience

adrire to "Let )rout finfrrt do J ll)* a.dUr., . rl sad ...... .........

Read the ads . Learn the 'fact . sad it t4 k ar k.svf Uul ar .... ...*. to upheld She ...
JtyI ...... mar .M kao. WfWUI ,....... to a*.N ...... to*

. Shop the Yettow) Pare aIY.wLiouthern I The IftBomparakl wormers .< U* flrtrlswulRIDI .., .*....*... Tka ak>olil awl ..... to a free ....raf<

"O UIrTUf"MOt Tee sep.,.e e a 4..*.ra.t ...*,e .--- ..M* !.*

A Doll lUaaftkMM rU W HarrtaaA* ItorMtbanattfy Ik. kfM of *sX f.o. Ik. r**.* stale. ..*.. gMsw.4

,0-.1 .. -- nMiI.eheI.,1/.*t/he/N1smr/..-.-.. to k*
CAKMCMCTTA I>fX: TtlDf DtO EJtbCAV Otmaa. VaaIM .bid pew ......" tat | 10(111 ,NOT IMltal THIS VOTK:
LET DO THE WALKIP40 1IpaJa-: lowly pedder .f tarU iMtl0 egdi .etuul sea.hahrM "k' lwppligts to ANT 0111: rfRJMin gui MrIT

."...., '.ftCtP_ ... iF ISeM pst IN atre aortais 'U'If)1f aUTHfB ItKiltn at: UtfraTftll t(,
S. D. Sam Saunders
I T.. AGl1UU rtuToIIROPVI AIL or IKK (ffi/t or fur cofm loa THC ( )
UJ l rugwtE .lOH.. |.. MK.
VO.UA 01W ., ..,.. Tlnto.ut't iwrale.. fkr.AKVA..
t." = I I **s **his< pee to .... aM *... to .*** .... I may
esrrm perch pots Ieel.nlg I'OUSHERIFF
-- -. wise ,.*. I *.'.....* .*JkfM row supped sad M. to ...

.. u CWIIiTibA Isessw ......... HespullsHy
TW a eYs rat b s.utd .I. 4mM tratrwr aad .
....... Wenhe.
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ron' Day( County Crescent THURSDAY APRIL I, 1964 A- ;4; I .

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(Ire e' a circus, not a carnival i Tickets for the many: unusual Southern Bell Tel e phoneCompany Troop N o. S34, for a needy family at Thanksgiving I
but many tons of wonderful fun rides are available through the this year will which was organized last No. I and tray: favors for the
Keep Our Youngsters Here With New Industry i be outstanding Florida high umber under the leadershipof Clay: Memorial Hospital at I II
,: is on the agenda for Wed ',local merchants, or, can
J/rrrrr OYII rd April 15 when the Elks Lodge purchased at the showgrounds I school science student and his Mrs William R. Geiger, assisted Christmas. They also sang

I 'IIAr'S DIFFERENT hosts the unusual entertainment Everyone Is Invited to Join In i teacher a trip to the Bell by Mrs Frank Rowlls I Christmas carols at the hospital

ELECTJACK III tVhat's new In fishing tackle T spectacle offered by the 1! the fun and at the same time Laboratories in Murray Hill. and Mrs. Milford Cartwrlght and In Penney Farms at Memorial

Amid the tile ballyhoo Introduction that accompanies of JUNOLELAND SAFARI. Kidsof help provide funds to assist In II The student will be selected meets every: Tuesday: at $:30 Home Community

I all ages will enjoy the thrilling 1! the Community: Better. 1 o'clock at the First Methodist.
mOlt "new" fishing lures and many at the Florida State Science Among their other activities
equipment, we sometimes tend circus acts presented free melt Projects of the sponsoring Fair which begins today: at the Church. I have been a Pizza Party and

R. DAY to everything pverlook) the now fact on the that market almost two times a day, have an opportunity : Elks Lodge Oreen Cove Civic Auditorium In Jackson The twenty six members of a cook-out In which all the

I I I has a direct descendant many to ride the unusually Springs. I ville. All students entered in the troop ure: Vickie Beau- Brownies took part. They gavea -
j year even centuries old. colorful mechanical devices-or, ]I II the Physical Science category ford Sharon Bohannon Paula farewell party at the home of
Modern tackle I I. far removed the ponies of their choice AND I!I from high schools located In Ann Cartwrlght, April Fawn The George Israels' for two of
from that of the liono-and-hug certainly for the frist time sjruc TO Southern Bell's operating area Crawford Ann DeMay, Debra their members Kathy Orlggs
day, obwrve tie fishing
j gy authorities at Mercury out mount the back of the largest I HOLD MEET WITH I In Florida will be eligible. Denmsn, Lyn Denman. Janet and Jan Spanier.CLASSIFIED.

board., but there's aram-ly an elephant on the American Con. HIGH SCHOOL GRADS Dover Debbie Fenner, Margaret

Board of r i Item around that couldn't' be tinent and go on a real Safari : Bt. Johns River Junior Col- During. their visit to the Bell Geiger, Kathy Orlggs,
obtained by Grandpa during hisbarefoot This Labs the student and teacher
11,000 pound pachyderm
I schoolboy day*. It may lego will hold an admission Deborah Hopkins, Ann Israel,
M'.q Is Joined by two others who will meet with 50 to 60 students ADSTOO
not have been attractive oran conference text Thursday Jane Kazmar Joan ,
'rathe!, but its results form an elephant train giving I and teachers from all over the
( ounty DIM I evening at 7.30: In the Clay: Nolleen Mclnemey, Julie Mul-
Were fairly food. United States I LATE TO CLASSIFY
( rides and pulling jungle carts Jane Middleman
Hlnh School cafeteria. ford. Nancy
Even robed ancestorsof
our -
1 times deviled for the delight of all. I j In addition to touring the Mary Owlns, Pamela Pater.
1I prehistoric I All prospective college students I II HOUSE FOR RE\T-tnfurnlshed. -
I Commissioners tackle that would do the Job, The performing animals In. and their parents from Labs, the students will attend son Sharon Rowlls, Darlene 251 Edton Drive, &1-
die Small round stones, pointed on I I I II
Smart Jan Spanger, Jeanne
Clay High School, Melrose lair, Orange Park. 3 bedrooms,
both end with a line tied In the elude winsome high-diving i I lecture demonstrations held by
/ middle effective In High School Keystone Heights Scarborough Sharon Stewart 2 full baths screened porchoff
were putting dog, "PollY" proud mother I, Bell personnel and will have
fish on tile table more than ', high School, and Orange Park the opportunity to meet with I and Linda Hart dining area. For outdoor

7,003 The years Egyptian ago* of about 2,000 who climbs ladder fortytwofeet I'I high;: School are urged to attend scientists who have worked on Since Its formation the enjoyment large covered patio

District 1 B C developed a proficiency In the air and dives Intoa I the Bell System's Telstar Com I troop has made food baskets out back with, ,rill. $90.00 per
with a reed rod and length of tiny net This unit as part n. A. Schreiber, registrar I munlcatlons Satellite month Call 212-5045 42eVJ.tlPi
line very much like our familiar and representative. from the
of the Children's fun day, Is l I I
cant pole In the 1400' walk.
Admissions department will
Ing slicks that were actually receiving tremendous public acclaim I
nlne-foot telescoping ta.I hi I Ing In cities all across the discuss all aspects) of :year-

I ask your support and vote because rod were common. nation. round operation and school I HOG Hoa'ItOVNP O
Even pinning rod, which I policies,
1, For 20 years I have worked In various IUpt'nl.or ca American consider "new," had ,I O IPDEER'
their origin a* far back II the .
pacities. I am now maintenance director at the Gate 17th Century In Europe, "_ e'
way Girl Scout Council's 13-Coun/y recreation head The Roman came up with Io'tA"r, ,
quarters, Camp Chowenwaw. on Black Creek jut north the flr.t artificial fly, called the Ze ij , SNAprrli D
I Red Hack! and they aim used
of Green Cove clam shells. a* lure. Everything Life Blood I
from tone and bone to ateel j
'I t 2,1 will graduate In September from Jones College z 1II I APIlor1.
( has been fashioned Into hook
r with a degree In Buslnei Administration, When Louis Though the irwniliUnofi nmyb rsa Yin, r / 1..d//' /.' / plFurH

: Huntley resigns from the County Commission to become .* faint, conclude Inn Mercury (){J,.,TRAtks z, "" II.fl CKSII
I our Slate Representative, the Board once again, folk, It'* a mm pins of tackle Z
will be without a college-lralned member, that diwMi't hate a fascinating 41 "1 WOODgSWAMe
hUtnry.Bo 1 art MA : ,4L"Ife; ROADS
I '} l ,
time walk ., '
the next you .
S. As your County Commissioner District 1, I will work ,9tf1 s 1111
Into a porting good store,don't < "' /II
, toward the taking of a survey to determine the factors auk what' new ak what' Y [ v ,' ;
that came the migration of our best youngsters to other different t i % Jt f'j' t/+
f C i J1 r N/ND
arras, Obviously, the baste cause I I. a lack of jobs And 3 r NOd 1Il ( 1

," I will work with any municipal county, state or private :: l.v ?t e 'a I / f Z 1;. tEtIfICI.Ai;t l _
agency t* bring In more and more payrolls to keep ; 4 ig r

thee boys and girls at home i '4, y '" I /) S

4. A. your County Commissioner, I will work for a more .... :!:Io SNOWN MoD

efficient disbursement of County fund, a program of f ,5C"r.W SAND
WILD ANIMAlS t o f>yr Atwr$
County road Improvement and a greater service to all TRACKS CVr ANDH. f MUD JIVE t IFF ItENr .

the people of the County, not only to those of one dUtrlrt j IMP ISS'NS. ALSO, ACT/OIII.IKE WAI.KINLOR PARClNNINd

at the expense of those of another ( V florin nl U.tlHn ,
OSwrle* o l M iinl sonny and tinflorid W iLPLiFETRACKS i i
\ 5. I am a veteran of World War II and the Korean War.I Medical l AiiwMlum. WEIGNr Of THE AN'MAL MAKE A /J1'FEItEMF

I J have two sons now In college, I have a stake In the BEEFSTEAK AND t BEST TK Ate woe iv/f/te WAl.kING/1V

I Count,'. development and growth, BLACK EYES I Mill AFTER A &VN O* JLCfXS ffff U OffVATtK

What with the high cost of' FIo( /PA SAt A/ 'P FI1I5H WATER FISH COMM/n'/G/
A Vote for Day meat these days, Hack eyes I
iclduin are treated to a puce :
Is A Vote Fer Progress, Falrneas Growth - --
ol. beefsteak*of yore Actually, I
l beefsteak U ol' no mon help to :
a black thin the application'
j ol, any other: cool object. A wad:; !
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ol' cotton or a 'lace cloth dipped
IB cold water and applied to a NaAIeeert.ey
dlacolored eye for minutes I of III) Cv.wfad cad Newtcepw Interarbe Anal I
When You NeedMONEY every hour for a time, It good
t first add treatment. Such a cold
compress may mlnlmiM the
deep discoloration of a dana Miller

aged rye.The ___ __ .___ _. I
deceleration of' an eye -
U not the worst that cm !happen i i i ia
for even a alight How may IsTIRISi.
came serious damage A tap on Paid Political Advertisement :
the eye can be transmitted .. \
THINK OP US I Iquickconfidential : : - --- - -
I through the ex* fluid content -
with audicient force to Injurethe :
Joans up retina. Separation or tear Support & Elect
Ing of the retina contributes to .
to 1000. call first for One Slop
blindness, unlria natural healing
Service) DAVE TALBOTT MOR or Iu make the
separation rrfhl retina fe-
CO. dime to the underlying tinue. Louis L. Huntley
; ALLIANCE'IRAN; Surgery for" separation: 1r'c''
Park retina call for a f
ttlon. One type ol' surgical
174 IIIWAT IT repair involves the Insertion of'

rhoneet Green ('.. II4-IM4 Orange Park II4-MII tiny' needle through :the outer' Cotney RecapsNew
coati of the eyeball In the
vicinity of the tern retina.
When the ntedlei In
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an Irrtrkal current li applied
ta each needle The brat' thus ,e t r kW
Paid Political Advertisement Induced creates' icar tissue and : Tire Performance At
I this scar tissue re-ua.tea the
detached retina with the under
lying tissue I
1 1, alter a blow! la the eye, the i
vlaUm I la levy or the eye I la rut Low Cost
LET'S KEEPdlanrin i iI rr painful, an eye physician l
should I* consulted. Imme.lutr, lI
I I I ly tit help. aroid arnou and I

ferltapi. permanent damage.wrw C

I A ( W VMI IWl.r at Uefafe* I
1a.r ..rol Mtrflnl lwrt>< set she: t
Grmm : .......... M..ti... AmrulMi t
THE DOCTOR'S A Thi largest Inv n .Dry of f tires. E


c.,1I Often* .la telephone the Hill ring ol sight Olt thedoctor' .. and the best prices i i.i Green Cove

I COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3Coltnne too I'sopfe, the doctor worry know wore :thI"L

11'hen the dittractHMt of the
day are BO more, sane people
I I sleep peacefully, rhtle Where
1'rotfroM! star awake, worrying. Aulolite batteries {fit
; to
I tor instance a p r.oa may any
t hart been leeting alight ill lot
I aereral day. U the daytime,
Seven }'(ear of |proven nliility ami integrity the Imrootl of bnaincM baa
minlmited this feeling' and he
baa tOt yet goma ........ laworrying automobile'r
,1\ about it. Tee cutne

i OommissloniT Oreen has worked .to Improve the County'shealth II I kowt.the sight ffcat' aa
Drpt., IU Civil Defense. I pfoa thinks" MOI a4
lu Welfare and Home **. about hi. trouble. Aatwtyra
he crvcUl' potat a4 be I
< a
r, Demonstration offers IU County Agents offk, tu Public decides he taset do eoaaetluag.II Road Service
I ttlvplMMM. till ejocfcw., I YOUR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
Library system and its I highways and roads, The doctor has 14 a full 1
day, awl Je *. sled of aW**. I
ka.wwg his PSIicet. t* eec FOR
|wlg WWtlMr or the ,ga '
a'A Vote for, Marvin drwn ill ** y i*...: the task lace the kjnkiaa at STATE REPRESTATIVE
i// thM. MttCMBl i Ie to rilK hi*
!t I* A Vote For Cuntiimmir Pfltrt'1'II patwat'i ....1,. Ollra the
I patwet'e sye.ptasaa lode leyaItM II has been av prlvttrt U trrte a* ).wr C'Ma' CM> :
ee.erusrarer i wah he .*....r few IMBtrWI. fe* the peel !.. y.*,.. A* ...*
i doctor dxrwig the daikM *4Ik tale' RetevaeiiUUr I .tr4.e to et to Ik* to.4 .4aMBly .. Jo Qo Tire Service

A Vote Against Martin (lre .* .i hl.TVw (t. ..( to t*
news dorter tae envoy I ,wrt sc chap nw ef. *...(? gt.w and deeehp he 14fsq

Ii. A Veto For JrIt'II'rlt'u| lit dainty |M.t>trai: U U staled NIA l to. p./.U *' I opts appnelals pose opesei I" rodedkate .
thai the I
guest out pT eny.e4M .,..... MrHe ta I" '.'_!
t>at e | UlwMuhie 4eIhaa> Ml !!f. Draw At* those M4IU1 CoPAO' c... sps4ag.
-4 .4 eaaeethes4 ::: I Tkvk rot ... tet tat* *r .rt..4ty *.. Wr ,.... IM! I


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-N 1 THURSDAY APRIL I, 1964 (Clay (Bounty Crescent!


r GERT SCHMIDT: SPEAKS I change from the complete : HOSPITAL AUXILIARY

. TO LIONS CLUB I modern to the very old, which COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION MEETSby :MEETS: TONIGHT Orange grower have yet to

was evidenced In building The Clay Memorial Auxiliarywill find a mechanical substitute
The Lions Club of I 1\1n. Wtlland Short
Orange throughout Russia. He also I hold their semi-annual for the twist of the human

n i| Park held an open meeting pointed out that the Russian'', The Clay County Home DemDeration Branch State Park with basket meeting In the Episcopal\ Parish wrist. National I I Geographic

r I Irw Monday evening March 23. people were extremely friendly Council I I met at lunch at 12: :00 noon 'with Hall on St. Johns Avenue April nays Though highly mechanized .

with about 100 people present. to the Americans and were Mlddleburg Civic Center March swimming before and after. 3, (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. the Industry must em.

Mayor Walter O. Odum Introduced very enthusiastic. about their 31, at 10:00: o'clock 1 The The date set for the Pall All member are urged to attend ploy pickers to harvest the

the speaker, Oert form of government.FOL'NUERS I Mlddleburg Club serving ai Tour was Wednesday. October In unlfoim and bring I fruit by hand.

Schmldlt wno spoke on his hostess had beautifully decorated 7th with plans to tour Mayport Interested friends that may

personal experience. on his trip CIRCLE MEETS the Center with azaleas Carrier Dasln Following the want to join I

to Russia, and showed many The Founders Circle of the and bridal wreath and a crackling . business meeting a delicious Plane are under way for Tag
interesting slides to illustrate hot fire lunch Day to be held t YOU ARI
Oreen Cove Springs Garden In their huge was amed May pins and ,
hU talk I Club will\ meet Thursday April fireplace Attending the meeting were: certificate \\'11be\ awarded DRIVINGDLIHD
P Id bP aNl./a
C.mpogn rwk
i One of the things which 16 In the homo! of Mrs. J, R Mrs. Drulah Holllngsworth, Mrs Oertrudtf Post, Mrs Mar- An Interesting program la planned I -
Impressed him wu the Instant Jollssalnt at 1:00: pm. Council President conductedthe Jorle Tinkler and Mrs Welland Refreshment* will I I i be !
Paid Politcal Advertisement ___ I business aerved i iDMH.LAVS I
------ I session The following Short front Penney Farms;

committee chairmenwere Mrs Charles Miller Mrs Mildred j
; \ Circus Is C mir appointed: Consumer Ed. MacMillan Mrs. Rufus :; TO MEET lee ,
"'... g I ucation, Mr, Robert Hogarth Merrl ether Mrs 1D.\: Drip i The St. John* Chapter, '
i of the Penney Farms Club, and Mrs. Luther Wilson Green Order of DeMolay, will\ have an'

A I Clothing Mrs II M Peterson Cove !Springs: Mrs II M Peterson Initiatory degree Tuesday evenIng ,

> 1 I To ( )r ngp P 'r z I of the Doctor's Inlet Club; Mrs L M, Addison at 73 o'clock. In Cabul

t' '" Home Improvement Mrs. LeRoy Mrs. Ethel Helsler, Mrs. J C. Lodge All Masons are urged
( I II
I 1 A big Hollywood sUr will I I Richardson of the Middle- Lamon and Mr W C Hailingswoith ,I 1t0 attend \I
,'l. I burg Club: Food. Mrs Ida Doctor's Inlet: Mrs R.

visit do Orange mean Park big! lOOn 4 ton Andwe In Gentry of the Kej'stone-Lake D Soesdorf, Mrs Frank Harrington Macao the tiny Portuguese/ , When at M mile per hour
Gcncta-Mcltae Club: International and Mrs BarbaraT port on the South China Coast you attempt to tune a vehicle
fart Anna the leader of
May I I Relations, Mrs u b bs Meadow brook.: Mrs I I. the oldest Inhabited i European without (Ming able to ace at lat
the herd of Sells A Gray performing .third III mil ahead.
outpost In the Tar East on* a
Howard Smith of the Meadow- Carol Onarm Mrs Carlton
elephants 1s probablythe brook Club i: (Clark Mra Mavbelle Manning, It was settled about 1557: Natlnnal i' AllitfH tut c. fHKNIDKN'TIAL .'/.r c .
biggest itar the magic city ,
I 1 ex has ever known' The annual Family Fun Mrs LeRoy Richardson Mrs ..-Geographic- says -- -
Night was discussed and (he Hal Adams, Mrs Louie A Les-
Anna May had the moat
date set for Saturday. May :SJrd ly Mrs Dorothy Howard Mrs
coveted role In all of elephant I 1
at the MldclK'burg Civic Center \ Mary Power and Mrs tools : :
dom, that of "Jumbo" InMOM' '
f There will be a covered dish Uauldrea of Mlddleburg j I|
s musical spectacular '
J Variety Show to 10110'10'I, Home Demonstration' Agent, |
with Doris Day and Jimmy
June 4th was net for the annual I i Green Cove Springs. was also NEAR CHAS, E BENNETT SCHOOL
Durante A true.r..ran of the
picnic to be held at Ooldhead I 1 In attendance I II
cinema she's been in Just about -
every other circus movie I LOT No. I 84 X 132: :! $ 900.CO)

V i I produced Including the ()II'ar. LOT No. 2 !II>1 X 132:! lOJO.OO;;
qP r toning epic 'The Greatest FIORIDA tactsFLORIDA'S

Show On Earth" and she LOT No. .1 !U X 132M20000: :

A big thank-yon for allowing me to serve yon as your modeled for Mama Elephant: In Pi-can tree)
assessor of taxes for another term, unopposed I Walt Disney "Dumbo"

I make one promise I will continue to work for all i She 1 la such a favorite In All above lot surveyed and will accept 1100 00 down.

the people of the County to the lint of my ability, I Hollywood not only because of pa>'menu 13100 monthly No Interest on balance, High *

You are always welcome In our office. Again my I % A. brrA9 her amazing Intelligence, but Dry

thanks. \ 1I also for her gentle nature Rnlrlcleil' '.....'nU.I. Far Information eall 1\1n. Ooodnlnal
Louise O. Smith I and complete truxtworlhlnesa. I-JIM a, Mill
Assessor, ef Taies She' so docile she even did

I close-ups with Doris Day, Intact
-- un I I she 1* reputed to have
'1 e:, lr Vi%,
,,' ,4 been the favorite elephant of
I the late Cecil D DrMllle, Paid Political Advertisement
(Paid Political Advertisement) I
This seasan, the ponderous
r \y 'pachyderms of the Sell *

,1 1 Gray Circus are being put
5 5 q
> / through their paces by the

La Chrisllna the world's
TO THE PEOPLE OF CLAY COUNTY: most lovely beautiful elephant- trainer '

But the elephant are only : -
!Marilyn' lludnon-pulrhrld- one of many acts In the star- ORNAMENTAL NURSERYMEN OPERATE A RAPIDLY IXPAND.
Thank yon, friend for re-nominating me as your I lous platinum blonde aerial studded line-up for this ,Hr'* INO INDUSTRY WHICH Will SILL MORE THAN 123,000,000

supervisor of registration for another four-year term. ballerina-la featured In the all new, bigger, and better, WORTH OF PLANTS, PALMS, SHADE AND ftOWlRING
Aerial Fantasia this season and grander than ever edition TREES THIS YEAR.ThtMintraU.
1 am grateful to all my friend who have been so generous I .
on the Sell A Cray Cirrus. of the Bells and Gray Circus, Bs

\ to me, The eitravatanM-ttaged by I And certainly not to bemused '- ,. I
famed choreographer l>enaCloutmanutllliea I U the Immense menagerie ,1
If my office can be of service to any of you please INDUSTRY, WITH COM. ,
the bea. carried by the amuse
feel free to come In at any time. .n swinging Udder and ment enterprise Among the MfRCIAl MINING OPERATIONS _
IN 42 OP 0? <
Spanish web high over the I new additions U Fluff,-the "
With the efficient help 1 have had from Mr. Norma COUNTIES ALSO CON.
I ring This one spertarl rare guanaco from the Andes "
Elliott I believe we now have a registration system TRIBUTES HEAVILY 10 w
dally emigre thoamndi. yet Mountain of Peru There' also >x
that Is u Bp-U-daU a* any In the State. I riORIDA'S ECONOMY /
III but on* small display la Corno that huge man-killing\ +f

Again thank to all this year's new, better than I Jungle galnt-plua lions, tiger, WITH THOUSANDS OP '
my I ever edition *f Ik. ftrlla ocelot, monkeys, camels, dromedary I JOBS AND MILLIONS Of 4 g ,

L. E. (LewU) Nlbon Gray Clrra *. _:and LLamaa I IOQIJNfif DOLLARS IN PAYROLLS (fc RT

Supervisor Registration

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HIGH HCIIOOU CiROlMH RT Paid 'Political! l AdvtrUMinentOftN

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a' ; MGR SIX (Ctoy;( (Bounty; ((!Crescent; THURSDAY' APRIL S, 1964SH I


Long Honored By' Loins M H C & Penney Farms


Reporter MRS. HERBERT D. MYERS. Phone 529-8111 r .

Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ellis, aunt, Mrs. Mabel Fast last friends, the Rev. and Mrs. C. 4-H ClubNews

celebrating their 60th wedding week. I A. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Davis I

anniversary are having several S were on their way home to Ohio I Won Lost

guest! to help them celebrate Mr and Mrs. A Allabee of after having spent three : Professors . . . 64 48

this happy occasion. Spending North Sutton, Mast., called on months at Naples Untouchables ..... .62
. I Hi
last weekend with them were
Mrs Homer CraU of Bucyrus. the Rev. and Mrs. John A. I I Drivers . . . . . 69 53
Swetnam on Good Friday, on One of the highlights of the
and Mr. and Mrs Phil Ebertof their way to St. Petersburg I Lenten Season and our whole Magnolia . . . 674 54'',

Columbus. Quests this week I, Mrs. C. W. Chance of Austin, church :year at the Memorial I By George M. Owens, Jr. and Sandra L. Reese Jokers . . . . . 87 55

sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tex., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. Home Community was a sacred Kingfishers . . . 63 57
Herman Ellis, and a niece The 4 H club council meeting At this meeting -
E. Everly Easter concert given by Mrs. Orace many spring I
on Sunday. 8-Balls ..... . . . 47 65
Mrs Charles Hampton all of activities now available to one girl and one boy will :
I Wall of Washington. This 1s
I I I district Champions . . . 484 J. 65''.
Bowling Oreen, Ky. II I her third visit to our commu County 4-H club members are be elected to represent
Twenty-one attcrafters from ,
I I now reaching the area of peak V on the new Florida 4-H'
nity. She was Introduced by I
Penney Farms participated In The Professors are the
The executive committee of performances Council Eddie Taylor: a 8-year I
Mrs Sarah Ehllng a long-time
the First Annual
Arts and Champions of the OCS Bowl-
( i-1- the Women's Guild will meet I Crafts Exhibit In Jacksonville friend, and :a resident of MHC. Today and tommorrow the 4-H club member from the i ling league congraulstlons
with Mrs Edcar Wilson at I County 4-H Land Judging Green Cove area, will be running j
; last week. This exhibit, was Mrs Ono B. Coons, organist j should go to Tom Holt Barbara
9:30: o'clock nest Tuesday i sponsored by the Jacksonville for the' Penney Memorial team will journey to Marianna for the office of Boys'District : I{I i Holt, James Treese. Bruce
The monthly meting of the where they will participate In V representative
C 1 Recreational Department for Church, was accompanist. I Davis and John McOaughey
Oulld will be held In the sanctuary I the Sth annual state 4-H Land
senior citizens of this area, was Two Important events for I who make up the team They
of the Penney Memorial held In the Education Building Judging contest. the local county 4-H club pro-
I will be presented with trophies
M Mr. and Mrs Herbert D. My-
'I I Church at 2:43: o'clock next of the Riverside Presbyterian We now have a group of 10 cram have been scheduled for and other awards will be made
ers entertained at dinner last
( Wednesday, The meeting will Church. Our Mile group was boys and girls who are participating this month. The Green Cove this coming Monday night at
week a cousin of Mrs. Myers I
present Dr. George Howard, the only one outside! Duval In the 4-li Vegetable area 4-H club play day has |; the Qul-Si-Sana Hotel. Tom
and her husband of Arlington,
recently returned from Central a mis.etonary 'j i County to participate Va., Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D.Murphy I Judging, Grading, and Identifi- been set for April 23 and the I I II Durrance finished the season

I journey Into I More than 40 articles were i cation program. The top four Orange Park area play day with a bang with a 239 single
1 1I whom they had not I
I America. lie will report, as well I entered by the Artcrafters of seen In 30 years. Mr. MurphyIs members will participate In the has been set for April 24. and a 604 set Bart Christians'
on current events In Costa Penney Farms. More than half I state Vegetable Judging contest I
477 led with
All of these activities womenCIIURCH
I Is with the U.s. Weather Department are
C Rica and Panama with observations of the 21 entrants were award. May 2, at the University
; In Washington, and open to any County 4-H club
on church and national ed of Florida.
certificates of !
ls transferred all over the country member. In the case of the
1 (Staff photo by Gene Kola) conditions. All residents blue, red and
The District! V, 4-H Events
Invited. i In his work I judging teams there are mini- NOTICE
are and honorable' aChlevement'l' Day to be held at the Putnam I
mum age requirements, however -
Illrris C. Long (seated,) receives from Ralph Mllberrer, I Mrs A. S. :
County Fairgrounds on April this does rot prevent any
(right) president of the Green Core Lions Club, a resolution Mr. and Mrs Joseph M. of the hobby shop the The WCTU meeting was held I 111 will feature activities that member from participating In CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

citing Mr. Long's achievements as the County's superintendent don field, N. J. and largest number of exhibits of I last week In the Penney Me. some of our Clay County 4- I the local program. Age re- SOCIETY

of Instruction. Th and half lUmtiyltem Maine, and their lIad'l his hand.-raft: In wood carving, morial ChurchMrs .' will be participating In.
1 I. public page a qulremenU are on a state competition Cor E. Houston St. A
of I bark carving, letter A. S. Barrows led the
ter, Oay Williams, openers Public speaking tractor driving -
basis only
resolution was drawn op br T, J. Jennln, BehindMr I devotional service based the N. Magnolia Ave
were overnight guests! this and palm cane, and was an I on vegetable Judging and
Lens Is Lion William E. Webb. theme "Peace and the Cross" Carol Baker, of Lake Geneva GREEN COVE SPRINGS
week, of the Rev and Mrs. A. tnbwtcf( (snmnwiq aq papj* 1 I various types: of demonstrations
will be
. "The Craftsman of the She closed with the thought, participating In the FLORIDA
O. Hempstead. year. are some of the many activities
"The worship of Ood Is the Twentieth annual Fat Cattle S. r"-I held Sundayat
I that will be taking place on
gateway to Peace," I' Show and Sale at QuIncy, on II a. m.
A friend for many years, The Rev. and Mrs Raymond I Miss Beulah Hobbs presented I that day. I' April 7. 8, 9. This will beCarol' to attend our services
I.THEY'RE ON DISPlAY R. Gregory entertained Easter The highlight of the Events
I from King's County I Mrs. Agnes Forlaw who spokeon fourth show of the year. eobjeottUNREALITY
afternoon for the local
Brooklyn, N. Y.. wu Sunday the past cycle of world missions Day will be the district 4-H This will be the first time In
A COMPLETE LINE of NEW A USED LAWNMOWER81 guest of Mrs. Alice L.HOSPltal'1 MHC members under his and temperance. The year ,I competition at the Quincy show
pastoral care by appointment
mono 18(3 was the 90th anniversary and we are sure she will most April Sth 1964
of the Church Board. Refresh Taggert of Vergennes, Vt., and
e e i :year of the crusade and on capably uphold our local 4-H A cordial Invitation 1s extended
ments served by Mrs.Mary A. Wind-
were MiN Stacie Phillips of club
Dec. 13, at the anniversary observance name.
Mr and Mrs Arch Stocktonof
and Miss Estelle
Storey sor Vt. Both were en routeto -- -- -
Va. visited their I' you were called to
Rosnoke ,
van Exel who assisted the host Eustls where they were to
The' New Crusade.
ess. Those present were: Rev meet fellow Vermonters for a Paid Political Advertisement
Miss C Maud Syvret, who ,
and Mrs. Judson Archibald Mr month's vacation.
spoke! on the second cycle, described -- -
Murrhee and Mrs. W, Boehroe Rev and
"Rest House
Mrs J. W Crelghton Mr and Northwestern Cottage"near Miss Peggy Browder of Need- ,.

I. Insurance Mrs. W A Benltt, Mn. Hazel University ham Mass? a junior of How.
Agency She said the old house, ,
O. Schuchart, Mrs. Harvey C. ard College Birmingham, has "i'f
owned Memorial to Miss
Travis Mn. O. A. Oetty. Mr. as a been a guest of her grandparenU -
Frances Willard la of the '
and Mn. Herbert D Myers one I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall "
I W.',. proud to display our 19(4 line of quality lawnmowers Rev and Mrs. Fred Andres show places In Evanston with Merlam. After the morning I

\ i i' . one Just right for your lawn, Come In ... ADIQUATI5Ni Rev, and Mn. Kortellng, Rev many historical objects on dis service she and her grandparents i, I II
make selection. I
and Mrs. Chratea Ackerman, play.Miss motored to Orlando where I

1 Rev, and Mrs. J. H. Wagner, Hobbs presented the she joined the College A Cappella '
-= MC Gff'S WELDING & RADIATOR SHOP Rev and Mri Rercy R Batch- third speaker Miss Carrie Tar- Choir In a sacred concert I I
bell. The third and present '
elor I at the First Baptist Church. ">c'.r. ;'i
MO N. Orange Avenue Phone 114.III : RICHARD MURRIIFa'' temperance cycle showed the This choir of 45 men and women -I lu
goal of all missionaries to be
Floe U, And Delivery Stnrlee Available. . AgatPhone Rev and Mrs. C. C. Davis total abstinence students are presenting
f 473-478 from Elyrta. 0., spent the East: their program through various
. .
er weekend with their old cities, travelling by bus. I
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Overnight guests, last week

In the home of the Rev. and Traffic Is no respecter of ,

IQ I CHEVY n by Chevrolet -..... Mrs Bennett Curtis were long persons. One false move and

time friends, Miss Muriel R. you're roner.:1' I

I How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel I Paid Political--'Advertisement-" : t\ h

to\: A Chevy II Station Wagon U the way to got the spire tank And now that It's Trade 'N' Trait 1 I -, _

vtiolt family there and back on a small \acstlon -"yny Time at your Chevrolet dealer's, )'ou'lnn'pr\ find I I

Bat budget. You got 76 cu. ft. of cargo apace for.loss; ''91 f'_' a better time to buy a Chevy U, There's a wide), h

than you'd pay (for most sedans. You got mon.TRADE TRAm range of engines and transmissions to chouxn C

saving, easy-cart features, too. And )'ou111O'0 TIME from. And whatever you pick, you can bv turn I !

far between (as stops you'll think we built\ in a you'll alwsys get a good run for your anon,'> I 4L

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, CHECK THE UH DUU ON.. CMDIOUT CHCVtUI CHTT U COIflll1KO NlttTTt NOM IT T08ICHUtOtCT MUir Abrtrs..ea ... .... u.. ,eykt.M ........ ef Wa

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ROBERTS CHEVROLET William E. 'Duke' Webb

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Orange and Park Green Cove Spring I



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I THURSDAY, APRIL 1. 'H' UJtou; (QJountu! (Crescent!) PAQK SEVEN


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I 1"1I'I.AY 1U.NTY': ..hta-: :, lilt N dl'HIM.i Till \\IIXIA.M81U' BAVlXOa IN I'UUIlATk TIlE W1LXIAMSUUHO! MAyo II.MId

IN CHANCKRTMl. .M.IIH.U. il I...,...u I tuthN.U : DANE, a corporation. HI.K: NO. l.l BANK a dirporatlun )
S.l* ., i'.i A.. .......t.N .. I.,* Ulntltf, IN UK:: tlSTATIC: OKU.NMIC l-Ulnltff. |
:OTIR TU AtI'ItAR AMII :' .. .. .... I -
Il uier ul I. \I. .MI, >e.1 iilertlflrate vs.DEWEY. MAlt ULNCA.N.itric "..
>KKKM01KK > ...... all. h.... Iii. .. o..... ,.n.II' 8 "A1'.n" JKNNIMC .''" .d. AUIRItT (' KCIIAAL and i iKIUTII
:> Ml 9', LlC.'TtO'f II. 0 11.1 a ". U ..' .II ..o.trt'IoollUl'Oi1'liOOoO.5 A. CATO Mi wlf.. and T. C. \ M !>.. KIIINO UN' .5. hI;. !: .... 8CHAAU hi. Wlf, i
I I' I I.NO. .... ..... .11. ". ...., .... .. ..w.... PASMUUIttt. i>tinv \ \ I'KriruiM ton |1.I.I1..m.. )
i KI"rid, lornnratlon. ", PefendantaOTICH . l>.1II Ih...., TUB!: STATIC: (IC' .t.Ol\'DA.
Pl.inllff. ..lIlalI..ll ... 'I.tI"), ill toe \ OK" *lirTIIK 7'tl,1.1. IU \\utQM IT MAY 1\111'11'101 or m ir
va. .1"''', ... I. ...... .. .. ... ............ StAlE,; ('I' HAJIUI'V Lli.M'hK.N To AUUKIir >I' .!IIAAL end
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Alit l"O MITIOM INCOME: TAX SERVICE IPIIOLSTER1NO -. 'il-lllt DAVIM (formerly 8O- .. 10: JKiNMSR: A. CATO Roll., li hi-rliy ilvnn IhutIh KltlTII M BCHAALrItoldmir -
I-HIV HAMilHKT and I'US HUAVIH .PPllSiCSle Os. n .
7i Ptrri. MtrretLowlnrun. undeitunvd hat (lIst hi. and Adji.jInknown ..
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\ ker husband and JOHIII C. 5n105sec ) Fnal .
I A l) OIIKKN!: and MAItVullKK.N ......... I' .. ....II ....... ...... ....,.... Clliw.You ll.p.rl and uiad. piillctllon You .
hrby notified thata Cur dlnchtrii I a. Ki- are h notified that
MilBERGERREFaIGERATION' [ 0Complftf TRIM SHOP hi. ...,.. ... "' "'' 10... ... ... suit has in hern filed, ...''h.1 you i'ulur ..( liiv iluio naniiiil kiitfHnl.l H ."" baa li*.n f ltd ...In.t you
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TIIK $TA1tb&flIflA. TO .. .,.: ......... .. ... '" "" .. i and t>*wey 8 l'.to and T. I'. .p'l'ii"aIl.n: for' In lh l.n\ ntltld .y"l| end
. .. . Paaamnr.* nth. abot entllUd will I.. <'*ll d for hearIng b* that you cr5' hfroby rcqulrrd to
Auto A Furniture I HOI'HIA PAVia tornnrly tI, "" "'."'.". .nd Illul 505 .1. hor.byresuirml forr ,', unl> Juil.. i>f Clay I fll* your i wrc with the CUrltuf
I'MIA MA\IH'8KTI and Don ft.lAVI1I Ne. lat : |n Ills your anawrrwith I Cuuniy. Morll. .( Mi oMIo In this Court. and to *.rv* a
I her and JO8HU'A \'* ..! l......., July I, llll
huchand. '
Ih Clerk' of thli I Court.i I th. i Inv lot III I'liurlhoun. rnpy Ih..r..., Ih. plaintiff. .
> In upon
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I iniKHN and HART "
1100 U. IJIrwIM Ate. :
.. i I anil ,lo lei I.,e oin thei. of uponthe SERVICEAir I OHKUN. Mi wife and It dead .11' Plaintiff attorney'.. whoa.I Mer 'lib l>". It ailurk Alt. dress I IiYRIIHJiIAS .
It Tears Experience Ph. JII-J50J Ih." unknown h.I lr.. d., ..*.. : '. .. '1" "."" "r ..'''...", I\o..IIh I
name .itS aildreea I*: 5 r 55 'un Ib.r"."., 54 sao>. ninUIU)8ON-
Short Forms Green Cove Sprint. Florida lexaleiami all p.r.on claim 'I .,.1. .U 110.1. .u. Ii. .91..1..1.... .. KHWSAMN itioiunrsoM> A I maw b. heard WATSON .
'.. $101 .. .. ,
4 4ltl *lB.r. Refrt-ratU. inn to h>ve any rIch till. or .11 \\ .VTHO.NTil HT.. J. JKSMSUH. Jll.I .. 111 HarnMt' lunk nunitlnf
..4 Heat!**? .."'... Lone Forms $5.00 vp Ktvp K tnn;\tC8 I Inivrot In th. r"l properly 151. p...*''11. and tdookll, lurnrlt Hank llulldln I J JKSVISdH.!: Jll. Jaik.onvill' I. Florida
S. Palmetto ilexrlhed hrrrln and .'altual In Paso U .!... part a I,
Street JaikeontIII. I. Florid .1 "'S""'liT"" UK Till LAST not 1 Uivr than Mar 4. AH. 114.If .
Phone 181-9780 Reasonable Rates for Business "'f 1'ifk-np' ami Delivery i lav County, Florida. liliHk *4. Notlh Burburbi.trrltrtrel. not 1.I.r than April 10 A"1>,. 1114 \\ 11.1. AM IhJHTAMUNT: OK you fall In tin .... IWras Pro
Real Estate Rentals FU \'OUII lou and of you arshereSy >., SM If you ful,I to do *o. Peer* IISMK: Molt' IH'.SCAN. 1Jb:. Coiiffiid will b a> lnt
F.|.<"e* Phone W-1'1.1! Handle An and All of ".."".d that a plait ha* tear .1| July I, .lit* I'rl.nn'...." will l>e entrr.da ("KASKD: you for th. r i.n. ,l.ound.d InIK
I'pholstrry Ne'cchoII'IROLI l ht.'n brought In th. shows (sain. In .linh *......d. kill.JavKann '' you for th* relief il*. 4.1. I. II IIi complaInt, .
PAUL REMLINGER .t\l 1..1 and entitled Cnurt tijr A Uratrlo Hklley mantled In the (\. Th. ".1\1""* of said mil being
TAPPUA\C'E ) B\LEY I ISle flalntlff .....". nm.d fur I.... rl'|>|ion of lroirty I'.art of 1 I The n.lur* of **ld uit b.ln* I for th. ',...*..1"."'. of Mortfac

Owner & I'nhoMrrrr 21 th. nurno*. of quislIng the LII ., \\il,Ilt"' (5/ 1' of Him It ID. for Ih. ",,...........r.. of M..rSg.g. I ElI: \!. '111111' SkIll rn,'i''nh.r'n.' lOs properly and
SERVICEWe (645 Roosevelt Bird. title to and rvmnvlnc rlnuil North /#ui.urti a* rec. Ill 1>.*.1 eneunbrlos Ih. r'n.rl, cod 'loralvd Clav' County
EDWIN B\\LEY ution lbs lltlr nf salt I'l.ln- Hook "3. paSs III, alatf, ... *.. premlari. '...-.I.t In ('1..>. County.K'lnrMa it I''' lit I NMIIIOM: FIrSts: d'.< .,Jn'* llnwi I ,
Repair All Brand ORANGE PARK llff In and to that certain U.."" II. pa III.lertlflrnl ilrairlhed .. I'll 'I UNIII I.U'I' $0. HUK'K I ItKI!: Aln.
Srrvlclnf Clay CountyFor Son and t'ehcl"Ierer 4 yrt. rent e>tat. lyln anil h.ln* %*. 14 MM'T\\l> ill. IliA"'" riVWII M Jl "..... ill Mf IM' I'NIT ONH. or'nr.iin.I In Mat

C. A. HUMMELfpholitcrt I ltuttd In Clay County, Klor- \ ., .! Iuc.s.i July 1. ISIS 5 ) HKM-AIIX t'MT I *.- I \\tt .'1114' I. 0 0 5 ut > l"% thereof rw'iril.d .In IMat Book
Sixteen Year , Oranre Park Ph. 2619565FULLERTON'S MOV PIVTIVO; r I irs.1'UFF "'\ : I. ',,,", ,. I In PUt II..ok I paaeaI IN UK KMiAllv nf Publir; I II..I.t: Clay( Countv
Moulh.I ..I Ih. Norlh. '".. rutl.m' of Properly A lot ..n.r of Ills urri-nt rllh.II. sills 11 nKi.l.: iunid Klorld.
**it U of the nnutheait 4 IV ft ly il ft In buStS part of .. re,.....d. nf CUy County, .l.In, All I '"'.,"'ur. alto irimi \\ ITN 191111 m) hand and *.alof
: : KSTIMATKSAIL : : alta d..rr'hrd .. tht part L*>t ; Utah lit). North Muliurb. \\,1..rl.1o U4vinit Uinii or Imnund >*I lit Court at ilr.rn Coy.i .
QUALITY nt Ih. l-j:a'1 H ef Oo..rn- ai re. In lIed Hook 47 pa*. ANSI ASCOt Ih. fnU.iln\ d.i. .. I An.*.nil ..I.I.. I S.i I hiu. :i-Ui ,,uIIv Florida,
24 N. Orange Ave. WORK Ol'ARTFtD menltn.1 I lylnr nulh ..f 117 I .riheit II'I' emilpnient i mi ..... M, h i.f you are h.r.. I ihi., )hI dt nf April 114IIKonOK .
Puik (',..11) and further ..- ( ."lfl",, '. >*. SItMr now lit..atd In or upon th* ll, 11011 lI..i lu Illr Ill ""I'h.<0'. K CARUM. ,
Green Cove SOTS. 2M4044BrALRAGES nn.O}: 15.RKI'PIIOLSTlfl' 'r lti'.IM part of Rapt' ., luarei July I, IMI ,. .1.... rth.., ."."' 1.... .11 ,.Uiiii, *nd itimand whkh "-1.,,, of Circuit Courtkr
SIGN PAINTIIN6 S I Ivorlorlnli Name In chIck .......d. Mo" Hun I re, .....,,1 W.H' h. sS.'P you h..". im.niii lbs .it.u *r S 'iaC I'o.inSv, rlnr1 : >l "'um.1". .OU'II of > M l.'h.lilC'm'.litti.S Mnilil, .ra.I' II lallun oil In I. II ll.n'. d,'........ in Ik. lIe nR.U'1Q M. (III.'M'.IC' ,
hu, k Crrek. accordIng to of Properly Part of1et tank. I unite ..I INiiiuiti J 111\*,.. I.' P. IS. II fliSlaly ('lorIs.I .
LEE WARXEH Archie Padgrlt i.l.t thereof recorded In I Hloik II, North, Suburb.. I water healer "". I* I Ctiuntt. JII.'..-. .| hli ofdm In
i.UI Hunk I. p.o.iIt, I'Mlill : IIIerilflruie ...II..n Ih. i uurl Iliiu.. .1 tlr..n1.Y.
305 Cilrndrnlnf Road On Klnulry .\,.,.. Jn,t II......,,,. of CUy County, I a* re. In I'e'il\., 4ter Hnuk. 4t I'I* \ITVK11: mv hand an,I oral ofsal'l Mtirlnm lurid*. "hn, .1 l lIrmliir .

i"l.'rlils, ,' .. 111m.w.rt Conn a* Or'.n Co,. ,'. month. fruin April I,
., l I. July. I,
Feat of llwy. 17 nri I .
Orange rU.
Park All In Hwtlon II. Town.hip Nan,,, In hh'h .......,,: Anni. Isorlse. CUv Count'. IirIIuIbIs losS s hh! I. ID. ..UI,* of |Ih.
PAUL'SAll 4 ttouth n.".. II Kail Clay March. A I fIrst
Phone 26I-6JU Ph. Vo. COntmf 4-92IJ Itrerrlptlon of pruperty Itlh d < at 5 1'.1 puhllillon uf IM. noil.'.
Cnumt )Klurld. M4. Kurh lUlm ., I
I. Notthttuburh > I l' niuil \>.
PA ROM.: :. II. HW W of Ut Ulook IIROIHIM! I. (' "".'.IW"
Orange Park. FEe. : I I in or Hum n *ii* Ih* plass I
Lrral Rtitttfrt .:... S of aoutheail H of Cl.rk of. Clroull. Court uf rt-.lclm.:. Y.t post unit,* *4r. 1E! : j
Open I A. M. to t A. U 'III K I'FU\'I'R\ Hoillhea.l' I S South< Mvtll IUn a It.Town.hip IIK 5 War erllflrale el I........' July\ I. lOSS I ("I.f Cnunly ...rhl. << 05'.f Ills niuil .k. I
llSPlAI.I Kurn In .n,| muil li. ..
Duval County Line --- - -- :*.l. 1'1." Cnunly I<" ..rl"* N....* In bl'h .......4. Anni.Is III VIVIAV II SOIIM *rui...ld', or rl.. 1111* sill b*. I
I.ItG"L IOTCMIssl fa)... atirlhd .* Rest 105.rt I..IY 1'1.,11 ruin vnld
North of Orange Park of Lot 14, lllock I. I..... to"'. Iv;*.'rlpKon of Property : Part ofUl : 1.50 II '.1. 0 ./M\UT I.AMIKMHHINT:
W.D.Morris[ Iwik Parni. at'eoP'lIlll to 7 Hlork I*. North I
API I. I. II II "..", .trli
I.: tiP' ,prU"'TIO'll' Ih. til.t thrreof recorded In rer In I'.... Hook II pass i .::11 U. sum Mtut

lit)US niMrlbulor HIH T' ItKKIIw. : IM.t llnok I, p*.. IT III .' t.-.. ,I. '"1 It..
I....*. K... of Hay County I I .""Ir.'. >.. M rtti i>t.wtsr ton nun

NilTICh; Id IIKHKUV; GIVEN .HorM.I tear .glunea...i July I, Illl ....... .hISS will !>. liel.uI
.ml hrby required Soserve Name In e/hlih a........ lltr- Miiii 54 i ..r iri if'Tio\'
von ar* ,
INLET MARINA All Milk that (' II Minding Ih. holder oftli by ,... lyn"lIItUI tnwn *f I MARY TROY
I .. I
Jersey .
a i onv of your Answer Ifanv mn rlo r* 4 u' nv Thursday. KIM r \ 55.511Sm. :
,.11..1" trtlfiitt i u> ii.uniy ( p I
h"l ...' Part ofUil .. ,. Kern. economies. tniiillint
flli-4 aalil ,'.nl'I"...* ,..r a I Idid unnn Ih* plaintiff '"ii; I !' ri.ti..n of Properly: ApVII I II. l I.>4 .1 in. Cuurt 11 14, r t*
!MERCURY JOIINSOV l.ui-d th.r..n. Thecerlilkale now.. Mrruhv Vona t Hloik, II. North Huburba, Issues \I IS sun l'uu iiprini, I lurid MHIi k, IN IIKIIMIV: IIIVKN', Jen i A LaufMIn Steel Corp
mrKOE L" h ., tlre.t ('.1,. Cirri.. (Crane l'.rkP'i.ri4a .. 'C. In I lad ....0" los 1'... niih .,1! Ih.i I' |i Murlum ih* kul.l.r .f
NOISES nurtib.n and ) ,4I..uatiee , and Ml. th* origin.! 71 ,also IK l..*4 Hook l'l. loSS *l ami lila. Ih. following. iriifiii. "
will publiilyaliened
rei.ned Iso
I Isr..t.rty b.
CROSBY BOATS ? DELIVERY th. dorrlpllon of Ih InC thereof In Ih. Office of III. I soilS ) I I 511.5. ld aluud l...r far.lohin. film) .aI.l i l i' for a I Kaoy: on the Cook
and th n.m. "j
Clerk, of Ih. Circuit. Court on ..rllll..,* ,e. M I luliur .I.rl.l.l lf tu k. '01"." th.r...,, 1
FE.Zi' TIM I 11"'HtH:': h"'h 1\ we. .......d .r. a. or before Ih* 17th day of April tear .( l-..erei I'd 'IMINam .11 A.I.ilon nn4. I' i.rllfl., iSo "un,".,. sitS .*..n \Vtut woman, d.w.n'want to
fulloKBCrrtiriial. IM4 th. whltk Hat "r ciinxiuilini lu urtuunlr I IMU.II. .. gun a rfputation .i Ik. world's9'lCatl'.t
Ih..ln11"1( up es In ** .,tt Sir' ih. d..TlMlion f |h.
N.. ITI Ynr of Uu.nir t 'Iar t'Oaill7
1 CALL 261-9149 or IM-11C8 I tale rliihl. tilt, or Inl n.t Inr m">nd l'end.rl'rol'rlpIS'N 5.ru5'.sip, *nd Ih* nm. IllS rl..>k without lixlng any
J Jun I, IMI id* I Iiunlrmlur :
REPAIR a lien upon. th. ahav d..rrllirdnronrrtr ( of Properly "orl.f 'Ki.n U w. at. ** I I I tlm In th
IN-.I rlptlon of l'roprly LotII claImed by I.rel, Uil 4 lll.i.V II, North Sul.urlaa . sCull |.tr..|>a** a f .11..*. or .norry flrur.CRt It

hey 17 Orante Park. Illk to Mk.vl.w llmhland, fall nut rr a l>*cre* r.J .*. ,.. in OH Nn II !.*.. 411 ', luntc tuni l b ld; I I vrlifiikl No II T.., of I*. I cant, I.. ilon by made Hut trt.r.
TRni0 POSTCAREY'S Nam. In whlih *..*..ed. I'aul I .n will b* colored ...,...1 ,..... S rril lri. ,.. SO All Soil iimll !.. dun. Inru ii' < ."0". I\I". I III a f,w n..r'.rle' l ihnrtrtiti to

Phone CO 4 9S15 K A'lt..I:; I I' ThIs nntlr. .hall ha published tear .f l.....rel July I III I, < .. .nr. Milk Ih. .1 rae,,.s und |I.... rii.iun ..r l'rprty I...t* I I.r.,. any gal furl mor "at horn properly' helna .In'Ih 5 neacac.11 wek for four eoneerutlt Nam In whIch .........: Wil. ."., ,i..liuss 5(Spul'.I tp All." I I. I. 4 0, Sill I, HI.Mild th. ."
County of ( lay, mat. sti"IaeIIa i ...11. In th* Clay Coun. i.e -41..lId I I rite. A I A AnaileiM M .rkehail 1'11. 111 Iliiuk. I. I.... II I, rantr.
TRADING POST I II Ir Cr'rmtWITNRM )',.,'rlpilan nf Properly, : Ins 4. U. la ar.uru.H. *>tlh 1I | 0m. I. ableSu .......I J. It. \'Y'\'O tiraril the oil'" ..'" l awuikman
I nlr I >* nih ''i.i-rllflial; fir rrllfli.t. mv "an.l and the SIlo. I TX Uliand Plat 51.15.1 ,.srw, 51.0. l bSiId.sI l.ov*. U only ai iom| as his
...1.'.' : ME BUY FIL TRADE shall I r..Iu.m.4 ac. I ...I nf ..t.. Court at All nf sail, pnnrriy bln In I aftu (,5SIrS.'S do'sOisSts ".'1"'''. All .f salt prn|".fiy ...1..* In tool? Nam ties for a cor-,

rordln In 1 law th. pronirty d- "'..w* Hirln. ... rt rl4a. .llth rill of ltn (5I fptlrn 1"1 I''. I".,.,.. ..Ie'. d'asI.SS .sd5l'54 Ik. County *f CUr. Hut *f Enports: at Jnn A l.aufhlln
G Three location rrlh.d In urh erIIIIt'aI.. nr day of ,......h. A. n lOSS .... I' 11..11" Snolruuts.s5. 505'Sla Kliirld 1
1)I\'N11 IS E. Palmer St. Ph. urt"I".I.. a Iii S.. aoI4 In Ills Clerk nf Ih* Clreuil Court I fnl.M urh r.rllflralra hUb I ...UIIIM.U 114 liirm nC run'tra. I'nl... ....'11 i.rllfliti. or ,*,. Ntl Corporation slier( thti
III.USOI hl.h..1 h'.r, at, Ih" .0511 hn". Minor u ( .. redeemed airnriVni I* )law th. I ha. U55 murod 5.? .amhn. I llfli. *!.. ih.ll |.. r.l.m4 *.. hint-:

W' rrhon.e A antlun. ohll door on '' Momlay II. II,. nrare M Parll.U prnoeirty "...."b... In *.rk eer. I 1 I .d *l lk< nlfir* .( Ik. Arlllu.'t.Ill I' :'Itl5 Ill I isw SIss o'.pursp daa'rIl.4 ('II| ) (.h.....*. kltrhvn tO'.!. that
I- nf 1(14 aCId.. I 15 Ih* I neputv lock lift. SI... will li. .n''I4 la Ills Mah- lark HU..t. J.'n"I1. : : In such ,5055f1..S. .
I firm ''''If.. 5. Orange Ave .th i<.> n' ftl.. Mil I. t* 5.1 IIIKUAL .it bidder *l ih. City Hall dow r ...""".. or >l lbS ('"..""*...., CIII C. .nI.b Sb.eeI'.rSls.asfs won't ,u.t. Sub *fImtkla.

li.ti-it thl. llrd 4y of Marrh.rk .. the flint T..*."., a'ler Ik* lU.... .'.u ....1\..... r...,.... I II hisSo.s5 5045., .5 Ill. esiort ;.... Your knt kit"h.n
BIO TOP" lent Blending UU I ,.,., M.nil.T in Ih. Mnnlh of 1 I 5.pui'll. i'd ...... I. s.suis' ..... ... Ills IIps5, Msudi, I I. I''". ally II ttalnlwiiatlklilf '
f OR THE BEST In all-round I nllollOIl: : I. ('IItI.IsI.E.: --- --- -- April |ISIS. which I. Ik. Ilk day |.wkH>d kr a rrllfi.4 ., r..M.r moNth. 4 .... 5554 .1I1c'1I Ia t.. .t ithnlilia krrnilirv

< both printing trv''th. "CR[ I Bir-t *t RiltewoodFurniture (' ft Circuit f'o.r' MOTirMuru ", "...'1 IMI i I .k.. k. 5 r kid 1.5.1. Md M>> 5,55, do. a, Mu,. 1545. wont, .
nf ('I.v County. florid.I --- 1-1.4 thla Illk. day of March, clii. I* : t'ummiHlon, tIp I II' Ii "'.1." I"'. 11,4 day SC Murrh. .
CENT PRESS INC. The price and appliance al Ariiv I. II a II. "" I' .umr. rl.r.* In Ik. *..,,,.iil. .! 5,54 ( ) An all.purixnM. tnift rack

III rliht. I bargain' price lift I % K IN nr TA arri.u'itioeI S l(......ll.i .,....1... I Marrla I' "M N. 5. S ..",.." 554 SIlk'I 1I1tf\lIIUI: ,H r4ftl.1'1.11I. SouM" InrluiUi paring,'
.,.,. ef ih. ruv ofnreen I .u.s.........' 5155 51. tld.l.P. Clerk *f Clrti.ll fVurlof knife, utility knir. R.
IM I*. vs.RlI1IiE !
Ce,. S'rl.! ., .... .
I wIll SoS r *r .n .I l kl t'Uv .".. I
: 1* II Kit Mir: 41IVKS.thai : raw illrfr, em'h'scalvin'S knir*.
rl..''''* kid *r .lIh.... frm Ik* ..* April t, S II 4)"i1'1..1.:
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