The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
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Jennings Group Flays

"Socialist Political Incompetenceand Graft"A Still Shadow Boxing 'j.

resolution those who today "waging a
condemning are

tull-establishment cale war of against a worldwide constitutional socialist government government and for In the co f.lost' Candidates Continue; Discussion of War Records etc. t

existence with the communists. .* ha been passed by the ,

Florida federation for Constitutional Government of which

8. Bryan Jennings of Mlddleburg. is chairman.The ,

resolution not only urges that Florida delegation to I State Rep. Bam Saunders suggested he would u sheriff

the Democratic National Convention "to endeavor to rescue work with the Board of County Commissioner in securing *

the Democratic party from socialist control I." but ask the II new court house and jail

Republican party to "adopt a platform dedicated to the restoration Oeorie Carlisle, running for re-election u clerk of the

and preservation of constitutional government .. and II Circuit' Court, suggested all and sundry Investigate his performance
nominate candidates who will diligently adhere to that plat I In that office, and his personal Integrity and those
form. t t NIEIE of his opponent

The resolution not only urges the Florida delegation to M Calvin Wilcox .read a letter from Tallahassee outlining

and bureaucrats who have brought the whole American system I Y th Bute's and the Southern Association of Colleges' quail I

of government to the brink of bankruptcy due to waste extra e. ftcstlona for the office of County school superintendent; vehemently

lance and unnecessary public spending u result of Incompetence declared he had his master's degree, as required and:

graft political expediency and deliberate scheme a* to the other requirements was silent ,

for the destruction of the American system of constitutional, g And Jack .... Day, running against\ County Commissioner
government and the promotion of world socialist government Luthr Wilson and Everett. Ivey for the County Commission

"We highly commend those southern members of congress Chsllenged either or both his opponents to dobate the Issue

who have consistently voted with the conservative In spite I I of the campaign before any audience In the County

of the liberal socialistic leaders of the Democratic Party and), These and other verbal outcropping were among Saturday 'I..

unreservedly condemn those members of Congress who play ]I evening's manifestations that the County Democratic primary '
up their conservative vote on one or a few issue and vote contest Is slowly getting" airborne,
consistently down the line with the socialist members other. ,
Saturday's rally was at the Penney Farm School and
wise. We particularly commend Congressman James A. Haley I ..
attracted the smallest number of any of the three rallies thus
who ha the most conservative voting record of any southern II c Miss
A M far A large group of County residents were attending the
democratic congressman on $2 selected roll call vote We also
commend Congressman Ed J. Ourney and William C. Crameron > e: oyes tYia ei Clay County Pageant In Oreen Cove and a* quickly .. the rally l
I ,fir v was concluded most of the candidates hastened &to join those '
their conservative voting record. We condemn Congressman
Claude Pepper's 100%: liberal voting record on the same 33 *' { .Lather. Wlbon .... and Yen Orsvleym attending the pageant In the Croon Cove Junior High School.

roll calls . rannlng en my record. Thus far the contest between Mr Bounder and Jennings
Murthee for the sheriff office which will, be vacated In Jan
"We urge the Congress to amend Its rules to prevent the
I Jack R. Day (with WlldaI aol uary by John Hall ha devolved upon Mr. Saundert' record of
enactment of appropriations or other major legislation with.
challenge Cooler Wilson and Everett Ivey U debate r II ,..raln the mate Legislature and upon Mr Murrhee'i claim
out a record roll call vote and to require the Librarian of Congress '
with .. the real...*.. ., ear growth any place& a4 at any as "a young family man of high Integrity
at the end of each .".slon to supply interested citizens I I
I I time afore May I Th race for clerk of the Circuit Court hut similarly,
upon request the complete toting record of their United State ,
senator and representative." r rested upon the Incumbent's record and the claim of hi* op.
Mu ponent that he could do It better
The Penney Farm rally, was marked by two recriminatory '!t
tuliangta between Mr Carlisle and) his opponent and betweenMr

Chamber Salutes IndustryIn Day and his two opponent,

When Mr, Carlisle asked voters to investigate the back I ,
grounds and record o( himself and William B Duaoi Webb, '1.
keeping win t proclamation request by Governor Farrt .
Bryant that local Communities observe Industry Appreciation 'th latter row to tail liceptkm thai. he "W; t.ricf.. 1 < I'' ,

... -Weer4prl.134. $. the day Chamber of Cosasnerce- salute. j personal attack on hi&*eharacter, (.

Its manufacturer at a breakfast to be held at I o'clock nxt In bit patient, slew. drawl, Mr Carlisle rose to answer his

:Thursday morning at Qut m1|-Bana Hotel,Oreen Cove. opponent'. rebuttal and said he had known Dui* Webb since
they were children, that he had nothing" perlCnall1lalna' him;
The (meeting! ) will pay tribute to local industries for I
that tte ell simply ..u""UnIhat voter look Into his own re*
their contributions during the past year to the economic development -
curd and by th sure token Into that ef his opponent.
and growth of Oreen Cove Springs and Clay County,
Special: tribute win be paid to John P. Hall for his effort in I The Injection Into the campaign of the Issue of whether or j'not

behalf of locating new Industries In Clay County 4 the County needs a new court house and J.U', Mr Sounder
came a* a surprise to some of his adherents. Heretofore he
The Governor's Industry Appreciation Week proclamationurged
has said only he would pursue the general policies! of Sheriff
all state communities through local development and
Hall and that h* would Initiate a program of junior and auxiliary J
civic groups to "express their appreciation and give recognition ,
deputies aimed at preventing crime and dangerwu :
to the management and employee of Florid Industry for!

their outstanding contribution to the State of Florida and ltetcOnomJ. driving
." The proclamation pointed out that the State U Must persons, Including Slat authorities, are agreed on

gaining numerous industrial plants, and that existing plant the nerd for a nw Jail. II I a, however believed. to be the

art expanding at a phenomenal rate. first time then ha* Wen a suggottlon M>e County need a
haw. While the soeoixl floor of the present building
Itew emu) i
Sponsored by the Florida Development Commission the
U eorwidired unsafe under sortaln eoiutttlon Florida Industries Exposition in Orlando's Exposition Park "
loading the building U nrliy regarded a* th County's
April 14-1T. will feature nearly 100 exhibit representing thou-
architectural Whether or not Mr, Saunter* plan '
sands of products produced In the State ranging from ml* ErwMt hey (with kit .........,. Carolyae) 0.... N.aw. great gem I j
sties. foods sugar and_paper, to phosphate, chemical nylon ... the County ask fee M4, I .OI always vole .Vote fee /pwrud 1I.a... envision a new court house In a new (oration he ha not yet

and electronic unit. | for aeeeotaswe ., Ute lowest M4 ," llUfl obolo* *y O lees K..t mad mown fTh
Wendell Jarrard. Chairman-Director of the CommIMJon.lponIOI' -- .-.---- --- third and meal recent, rally spa. marked the first j

of both the exposition and Appreciation Week ha appearance of Eugene Oarrett as a andl4ato for the position 1
\ of eona.. It. Mr Oarrett made a betel- speech to the group
urged all Florida manufacturer I II
contemplating participation NO POUTER. r PUAtt.
In the Exposition to expedite their fftft'ftUonllnto Exposition\ Editorial CommentI. I i HE ISIS HE? and aVpartetf

Park headquarter in Orlando. Approximately IM reservations Oran Cove City Manager I During in playing ef the mar Spangled Baiuvr. opening

for display! space already have been received. I I II IA J'OW'I.ttnt4\ by the the rally, all ....ft'* hall were oft, by th* time the recorded
Ben ZeUner ha asked that Do the sit candidates for UM Board of Public I
Bftotlve. .rvtoe lined ha re rendition use NmIl&1W4.& a few Isolated Instance, U lookedto
I political candidate and theiradherent Instruction hive an answer. u to why many good ported to Mr. ftorothy Mil otworor* a* &U getting them off was a major operation.
teacher cannot be heM In Clay County T .
I Wrger" secretary ef the local 1 f I s 1TheRev.JH.Wright
2rdl *, booster, etc. not
1. D the all caiwUdato l for the
Strikes Boaf4 of Pubs '!'bVUrtlve S-rvke office, ghathe
Tragedy put poutlcal poster. on City Instruction knew why Clay County tewcher have not I* pregnant
Won property Informed a. to stwcial federal" .legUUtkm. I .
property, A Often Cove or* | Mrs MUWrger said she was .
paaord three yean ago allowing teacher to Uk opoctal l ,
dons forbid this Thoooposter tot MnaMeraUons an thetr retirement Bgr.M.T { tint surprVkM 1
Goodson I Many young vn are having
Boy which have already I. Do the all cantUslM for the Beard of Public ......,,, Bmke routine In

been plated on any City property InotnirUon Wuev. that teachers should have UM seine .wn.t row Ml at their ..*, i
Wneflt ** enmloyo of privet Intfuotry wtUi reogioctto 1 Presbyterian HomeMissionaryRitesToday
'I Mr MlJWtgw thinks In IheJ
Scrvtco for Marion Ooodoon. M year old who war kUkd ,I Including elortrt tight ,
I employer contribution to wit ;
fringe WnofluTSFCCIAI. I (Mute the awn ........ do hell j!
last Thursday when hi* car rammed Into the rear of a truck t
I pole, bare Wen ,.... ... - .>n wetting Women are .In'
OQ Highway II approximately 100 feet south of the Black I !tBrwd. she ..,.. UW.no. ante "

Creek Bridge, were held Saturday to the Ruowfl Bap st ctIardL I I -- ann AT TWO Btvru OED tingrspMral.CL4f 1
Awarding to State Trooper M. Terrell Crawford who la
AT DIN''t --- --- -
III'adage b* we rrvtog when a truck etoppod tact tI ids) Tte ..... ,Idea *... a iaasKoaary Trisojsl O. ..., b. *alf*)I| Ml fsU I Nary WrieM. n.,..,.*... r.* Pius tte ieUrulou. rseord orI'

far a third ",bide t* make a Wt tare M the UgtMray.. rUGEFeKTH F U HsossaMoji iPort ........ of i. p Iteveto Motor.aM. I CVIBWA4H MTtlOAT Iro4 rYeoetVrlM KOTM Mi*. 'te beet M to known Aartftfhi

.> tar w4 ....... tie NedMar unary wte 4M In hi* sloop. Ministry te travel'* ]
Eaot Afrt gear
.... sow
track wa WJag *tvm by Jaaass Otftor Jsttsosmns.Traoper TIle day County in Land Musters ., th Clay Huh -
tie MHV4M awyoeu'"Tee Hau.r' 1 I Nt M ,..,. we to te loot konoooet.buggy anal MoM -
then M tjnntr
Crawferi aM Ihore wa M snoVation On-iib Judging too pine.d levtHIn yeses sword, step lor tUo4u.f :*r *0r of tines Mamtmtlunef 1 III.. it I e'uhltk ...., In tte T Port mere than *MM9rttverin

4 boea spewing sad 1M ...... wa* 4ts to Use fad Ooo tte Uto In the iweant I. Bald *< WrM Itlssung, rhvnanmbyr a seww aM America wtfl!) Ioewr a ,aieoh *._ Cave Fr" 'r'"rlanCtenn ... p mr Mani

.....ear urea too.... WMa< the tract *r that 0....a kislsJaway .... Laud Jad.W CDa&III BewMiti al the II .dratnrvle j af U tte MM***! r4 solo*. ,,. to StjrtM Net fry I M . The It**, Rlrnaf a Ii_ amaen and gaakfn/

froaa UM gad at the gant the trwck etoppoelTte boo In MartaaM M Friday.FUetAg : and, again at 1,M "' .... at a omnner In St. p.traWsrg Mil I,M a/fioU .lwoy.I jiM ssq .lawn. wtp ed. ... than Mjtw. houo. talta.Mr .

..,. who was the Jty Hrvtvtag son of Mrs. CarltonMtl ahead ., the day' tte Oreen Cone ri...*>. r 'I B.tor.y .**.... i|I Tfcst wool ... Wen noM4 I.Mao at u.. asrvlM VurlaJ Wright I s said .to haveargantofd

.*4 Miy thro weeks abort *f Mro yean after t** W4hr. :o..rb.. MM Mel: Ab.hvaOounty. I Ctercto on Avftoay.AerorttiMg At tte semi User jowls t.Cteaooy. Pore _...,.* ., ArVM I wtfl W In Htokory O ..* .....1 SM Sunday ssheola,
a salesman wish t erosM M Fr. .
)PeelsM.r.d... Ooodson warn deg sad based sseorrUK to9tMt tat; Csttewi Coonty to the sW. sV E. P. MM***, ertfl ...... Weot.i leey.Ordsiod ''
a pees. I ) into Ite Prosof* Ill ., which te or-
...... ty hi* estranged. 1.-,..,..M wtf er Atwfl n.uta. ... ... Mtf* Cowaty, Irtf.Tte I J'iaassn, .ic... ..I tte N 1 I IU I Wr .< tte For MAr Co.4a.tr i 1 .Musket.> .....of*Uon IM a*notionalyo tons I kin aMnMry .In. 111. Mr.WnM .......,, ..*trto..t4 nor than

'I. Ctmrtil t raising e aiel > -.Nt (WI .. seM.onlarsrreg meted Sisnoayssteol *JO)
Weal Was KC1s.wL BwMy, Fro.1, I a.or* with a avarfoe to Wvtree M a and M men than
In woVtRien to M* gaether aaol *t.t>.r.u... It.* >..?.. IIbnt. I ....., rrfaaea,,"Js.wDoltti semoe .H te a Wtot .iifsfs *.n* M a air**.*!., faatlty a4nmmmnr gsissnaary lor H Paste; aM gonon to ...... Chris ,
.....-. easeealab i to.* of Item I HWsot nrgtnU. ttetr Savfcwr.M 1
; M
Wes Oscd I
-. tt Orwsn CoFro4a *. kvtg T7 airy
Jr.a**) Dater.*..... .
p.Amf pal /arse. ....: Jae- De.paev. Pad Js.n4 i art *J ... **> nsoji>.. at) Mr, lUal ........ U* uttl I I Mr. Boot to. an of 3.*) pr 4HJisrasn M attrHtlo a* Oiotr >..... ''It In. TMoa*.*. I.I IFrtoMM to Mrvio4. by kto. wideoo4ssM *; .

... tie ..sure.A1.... I tlw nsit>.a. the a** ,si teoes, A1 eosBAoasUo J l tkojt I I say Mr, Wright at ,, a r. ." .. ImM W, '
.. Arry lua. OOM .
JiMa std I*. N.... Oraar Part" AS .,
K-fls the, .,.
I Mr, Jrfssiisn red Ito aJ fur wta a4 ttvs year. .wow* IM ...... New lilt It* Mt kbrraAy WON hnmself std I"'. *t Oran Cove; two ton.
Acttr paa hugs were MaaaM Bvwetur. Qfearls 1leesitMsb bare are ainasn a4 tot use) ereod mdse awl. INJi ,..,. to anno.no.: .* Ite at**!**** slog *f U* Wltnt i. Wright *f Orson

jaw,. Eoo ..t.*.ta "ftm KsrigM sad Pad Day tire Mae fMlMpatleai to ...'' 4aM bath ......... ... I I Me.Mwehgr ..... tn tin,. Ite C* Off*** *f ......"I'I...m., When kas heath t*iM. C*.e; and JMtn" HOSMT Wright. ,

VsrrkM wore ragtdt.ttsd ky tb* .... Jack, .... tola van 6M of larsl .**kta.. .... Mad 1M ........ aruesrM4 and M.se Q6.. .. .. ....... w/ talMM. Mme ........ te noel to Fkeloo. Owin .f OrlaMte. and !' iranVVsughtera. i

a llssdab eaastury. .... ihmwd. P... . W a WI ...... **'....., M Mieaaa/ ..... ......... N.e.e ......... ... kas .sol.*>..* .In Oveon Cove te .
M ka charg f M WaM aouaml fc the
answgwmeM M'aVsMlsy ..... to vest tte I aeg Ned ....... ikLw.l.wllollMa duels wogteist tte Olson,,! ... a*) alUfnlaM aa4........, she funeral) Horn. ha*Won a
sale ehhel..dlird eMyer. .. a4 Ooorgw. I SM .... ** to ten. I isyoorlof Of the Prosoyterlan .In sharps *f arrangemenU.j .

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QTlan fflountp Crescent Beethoven? Green Cove's Gift To The World of

Jottitkcr Music Asks "When Did His Last Song Come Out?"

The Unlettered DemocratAccording

to a United Press International dispatch from What What Indeed Is good, Is citizenship good music good art good literature E::=& cr

Tallahassee, Governor Farm Bryant "does not feel he has a Quite apart from the fact X am surfeited with poUt!
duty to keep the public Informed through. the news media of his clans and beauty queens, and am trying hard to think of
every official move." other things, my meeting Jut weekend with ;young Dlno
This is the political swansong..... both unlettered and Summerlln, the WAPE disc Jockey, raises anew old and
arrogant In the mores of democratic procedures..... of a man smouldering1 questions.For .
who In the Governor's office has shown a positive genius for though X am sure there are no absolute values in
putting his foot squarely in his mouth on almost every issue the whole field of the arts and taste and fashion, I don't
involving the basic precepts of democracy believe the old cliche which says: "Well I Ate &It, so it must
The Governor is already\ on record U opposing the two be good," has very much validity
It breeds machine politics Hlzzoner says I
party system. _
Dlno Summerlln the highly articulate voting son of my
He is also on record as opposing State and Federal laws .,.,, ,..
good friend, Ben Outlaw, Is, shall we say; prophet of an t k= a
seeking office to account for what they I a+TYNI_
which ask politicians !
avant garde form of noise that he calls music and I call din. i '
receive and spent. A nuisance he says. This din that all the youngsters seem to wiggle their hips to .. "
Is Florida voters can go to the polls
Thing about It '
Is neither good noise nor poor music. I have heard noises '
blindfolded and Improve on the present situation. made by a homegrown band using homemade Instruments 5 lr'ai .:

in the wilds of Central Africa that had greater claim to a: i -. i .
be called good music. -
Around and About l F'1' z
Old William Randolph Hearst the Inventor and the r- f
man who brought to its purest flowering what, came to be +
known as "yellow journalism was wont to say he only -
by HUGH SMITH 9 Tl __
gave the public what It wanted. Newspaper readers usedto t _
Baxter and I are standing around In front of his store I be run down without a trace In the middle of Broad J
talking about not much and wishing we could slam the door way and Portri ecord Street while they scrutinized a lurid 1 _
and go fishing. We Just see a citizen coming up from City Hearst account of the ravishing and slow death of some
Pier with a bass that is the granddaddy of all basses. This, pretty young housewife.
who catches him will not ,I X think the most difficult task I ever undertook was
the fellow
bass Is so big we figure Dine SnmmerUn. ace disc Jockey for radio van's) last song came out, signed autographsstation
than maybe two pounds which Is con (and U) to impress upon three children my' belief there
weight more
lie over his WAPE was mobbed by a of teen-
group outside the Green Cove Junior High SchooL
close odds u far u the truth 1s concerned when any are standards and criteria which really have nothing to do
sldered weekend when
twitters In Green Cove \last
tells about the one he catches or the one who gets with the fact X was born before the flood. are shown above. L to r" Me( AnD Craven Barba
fisherman I he came home to visit his father, C. B. Outlaw
Most fathers, I suppose are the constant victims of ra Baldree, Glenda Gillie, James Brnmmltt
away. Dine, wbe entbews: Beethoven became he
Mollle Joins us on the sidewalk as we hear horns tooting the plaint: "But Dad. t.hiI11 1964. It's not liken was when doesn't knew when his (Ludwig van Beetho. Mare Geiger and Linda Bawls.
from a whole mess of cara that seem to be headed for Spring you were a boy"
Park Drivers of these cars are giving everyone they see the So indeed, it Isn't. But good manners when I was a
boy were the same manners that were good when my father
,big heUo truck comes by with loud speakers pointedIn and grandfather were boys. And. I believe, good music, good The warm, spring air laps In through the window like a tribal rite.
Pretty soon, a top of It, a citizen Is talking through these citizenship, good literature. and Innumerable other social gentle wave. The lilting song of a catbird, copied by a mockingbird | Visiting his father, C. B. Outlaw, at his Green Cove horn
all directions for on and all to hear and he Is saying hlzzoner and artistic values. are good by the same standards today In the distance and the faraway crow of a cock stirs the \list weekend the idol of a million teen-agers who have grown!
should speakers be elected one hl eJlene1. Furthermore, he says, hlzzoner Is as prevailed in the Ice Age when I was crowing up. sleeper to an eagerness at another day. 1 up to think music really sounds like this, Dlno confessed that|
going to talk to the citizens of our town about taxes and bush Oh. the world l Is changing Telephone service Is better. In this Idyll, one Is likely! to recall the lines of Algernon WAPE only gives the public what it wants.
than It was 40 or 50 years ago when one had to shout Swinburne: "But what about Beethoven." he was asked.

nell WeuTand Baxter and Mollle leave Hank with the store through a cup and might as well have given up the whole "Here, where the world Is quiet. I I "When did his latest song come out," the young man replied -
and Join other voters gathered for the occasion u most of the scheme and simply opened the window to yell at his neigh Here, where all trouble seems with a nasty smirk as if that had laid the ghost of Ludwig -
voters In this town are no little Interested In getting the best bor. Building materials are better. Can are faster Man Dead winds' and spent wave.' riot forever
men available that have the Intestinal fortitude to put their kind Is the happy heir to the boons of atomic fission. The In doubtful dreams. . . I "But couldn't this perpetual-motion noise be modified I
best foot forward. do this all the time, sari Baxter, "A a world 11''closer together geographically, and farther apart But one cannot finish I say for IS minutes once a week, and let some of the people
matter of fact, once a speaker gets me so lit off by saying he U Ideologically\ than perhaps It has ever been In recorded The air is rent with a searing, maniacal shriek u ifsomeone out of the Glacial Age have a dash of Chopin"
for economy' and Is not for any new taxes I must rush to the history were attempting to forcibly close the mouth of a I I "Chopin Posh" he snorts, "Chopin Is.not Big Business
polls and elect him. Needless to say I get highly Indignantonce But, I submit there are standards and criteria: In laggard old gossip. This music I play Is." .
he gets my vote he not only adds new taxes, he ups the music In literature, In citizenship, In manners that do not It Is. as anyone with children must know the Introduction
old, ones." change with every advance In the calender or In our abilityto of Radio Station WAPE: and Its premier disc Jockey, Dlno I I "It may be Big Business, but I challenge you to a public)
We are Joined by the cheese of our Police force who says destroy ourselves or each other. Bummerlln. debate as to whether Its music," one rejoins.

"Bmltty, I hear that you are approached by one or more of Defining these criteria Is difficult After a word of greeting, and after this total destructionof Actually, Dlno works only four hours a day: two In thtl
our townsmen. and uk If you will run for something X alao X couldn't \begin to define the word "gentleman" butI the pastoral atmosphere, It II, fortunately, brief, and he morning, two In the afternoon. This summer he has plans to|
hear that you refuse and I would personally appreciate tne I can spot one at two blocks. It Is not quite so simple u wheels his disc and the day's musical fan begins. I go on television with a show, to open a teen-age music center
fact of why you do this. "yes, Ma'am" and "Yes, Sir," though &these are.a good beginning Bong, bong bong bong the rhythm goes with never a I| In Jacksonville (TJino's Den) and to help his father launch
"ChIef" I answer him, "It 1s only a rumor. I find out I for they Indicate at least a superficial respect for variation. One singer pleads with a deaf mute to "Talk to me. ." I the ABC skating rink which Is a-bulldlng In Oreen Cove
several years ago that politics are not my dish of tea. X do get { the other fellow. It Is a tragic plea that goes on and on and It 1s only the less "Do you Invest all those millions of,doUara you make
Into politics once" I go on "and 1 shake hands with so many I i I I couldn't begin to say why the works of E. M. Forster tragic because If &the deaf mute were not deaf mute she tax exempt municipals'"
. people that I get a handache and tell them what grit think''c I are good literature and the works of such a highly popular (presumably) couldn't get a word In edgewise anyway. Another I ""Oh no" he says "I live in Orange Park.
&they are doing by electing ma. If all the people vote for me 'writer 'as lra kilts Caldvtll) are decidedly, oi."Telling the, ,,one in the same blungr biting appeals\ to an unknown !. Following his non-s quiter around that corner, he Is put
that shake 197 hand this thing I Is In the bag and I" figure j', difference Is a Uttls. like picking up a piece of fine crystal "Oh,' wont you let me hold your hand" until one II tempted to sued with i "But what can you do with money In Orange Park"I
that my opponent Is flat wasting his dough and his Urn. Well, Without knowing the difference. the formula that made scream; "Grab It, for the love of heaven and then quiet I "Oh" says he, "1 Just nest In Orange Park. I fly in Jax'l
to make long story short,. the citizens of our county dutl- | It CI'1Itallrom that which made a pop bottle, it Is still easy down. I One of the basic problems Inooplng with the likes oil
fully troop down to the voting place and make a choice. I v *r to feel and see It. It Is. Indeed young Mr. Summerlln, a graduate In Historyof young Mr. Summerlln la that all his fans appear to be deaf [
to lay right here and right now that the citizen I run against U I As young Mr. Summerlln replied when I asked him I the East Carolina Teachers College, In Greenville, N. C.. They keep the stuff going so loud It Is sometimes difficult)
no slouch as a politician. Furthermore the whole upshot of the : if It werentpoailblt to relieve the monotony for say IS who, In part at least, Is the perpetrator of this marathon to hear oneself think.
business U that I get clobbered As X say some unkind things minutes a week by putting' on a bit by Beethoven or Chopin - ---I -- --- --
about my opponent at one place and another like rallies and "When did their last songs come out?" Iii
such he chastises me severely and offers. to punch me right In I I When did the last good manners come out!
&the rues U a personal satisfaction and If I do not keep my The most recent factors of good citizenship came out I
hands In my pockets at this time, the odds are about twentyto about simultaneously with the American Revolution. That
one that I will get a nosebleed. makes It all prttty much old hat. However, X believe the
"Our form of government may not be perfect I continue, I I ordinary men at the Continental Congress, a very great
"And the citlaen who offers his person for publlo office ls muchto I many of whom art Immortals, had the right Ideas about The Bank of Green Cove Springs
be commended, ,not only\ does he split his friends Into good citizenship.
separate camps that art fer and agin: he spends considerable A few lines printed on the back of the Florida iteration I
amounts of green In the effort. If he loses the election chances I for Constitutional. Government's recent resolutionon
are he loses some of his old friends and all of his green andIf the creeping (for galloping) powers of the Federal I
he wins, It takes maybe half the terra of his office to recoup Government seem especially relevant here. They were Know Your Bank
his. losses. written. by Thurman Sensing and they are as good a - -
I IiIletttfs definition of good citizenship as I know of. j
Mr, Sensing has written in part:
A man can ...... ... Mere valeable right thsa
t0 tIle 3Eiiithr the right to ..... II Is the ene way In which everyman
I ran have a v.ke In his. I. r""t' II .U a
George Wjrman, who was born and educated in Penn
rwiMl.IUIy tad> a slaty thai sue free man esa ,
To the Clay County Crescent; feeling you're not a person In shirk If be ..... U remain free, t :r sylvania. moved to Green Cove with his parents U years
For the past. few days my an Ivory tower but someone A man ate 4..., eirrvlM. his right. I. v... o>.
residence and vacatlonland has with contribution to make. An- I serves Mlhlng better than the e.rrullkn aM I.e.plisn ago and Joined the staff of the Bank in 1951 in the

been a room at Clay Memorial other thing, you find suddenly la g.m ,m.nl shirt his will ewntosUj set.Velel .
Hospital. you've had more fun talking ,.... became It .U yew rleras heritage. J department
They have been very *d- than )'Ou'" had In ages. vela We**** II U year rwi.MlMU y ,. ,._U aiUto Widely regarded as the second most eligible bachelor
ucating to me as a registered I Just little bits of comer I year 'lew.... Vele because U I. y..r lily tofuture "
nurse and patient. Much as sstlon like: "I've been mean gtamllMM.And ; In Green Cove George Wyman spends his off hours between
you may think of such an In- log to come by and see '
while you're voting you might' cast a ballot for b his car his activities In the Masonic lodge and
Urlude as an opportunity to but I got tied up In the of fire.1 I| better manners, better magazine' In the newstands -
"get from It How're ?" his father's business.
sway all you you feeling That's and better radio noUrs.

never do. the slow soft drawl of Dr T I ___.__ _-__n __nI __..o.__ ____ _.._ __ He mas named an Assistant Cashier of the Bank
Out the window you see a Luke Olrnnan .

woman working In her flowers. Ori "Hey, Mrs Johnson are 1 I In ItU at the age of 31.GCOBGK .
and think about the weeds you still Uktnt your diet pills T haired RN. Ing I could be another Grandma -
growing in your own garden. I>e lout six pounds on mine-... I I Or! "I hove to ride hortes. MOMS" Mrs. fettle .
Then you see one of the high I know how mewed up a house Did you know my hone ls a. patient o..r'l VTTMAXAafeUM '
school boys Hearing a sports can get when you're away; frald of dog!* Janis Eachuck. Get away from lit
Jacket and recall a track meet .'" got rive kids at horn." I II one of the high school aMes. sible. So you listen you "", ('.. >&Wr

scheduled for that afternoon That's Mrs. Betty Wolfe, an Or: "Ill nice tc have a hobby you like IV The.e are some el I .
Even Inside In the room a- aide. I rve been thinking of take the reel. hort-to eoodn* t.
long the corridors. In bonks, on Orl"l! wish I could ttve the tIll up some'Junf now ret a.I J everyday people In Oren Cove.
TV there are other constant life of Riley and paint pie- 'j I 1
tone. Maybe, )if I took up paint- Ruby Pete Johnson
reminders.. turN all day. How about paint. I I
Then sudd inly you discover\ II\IInt one." Mrs. Pearl Mono BANK 0 apOVE

something. You dont really R. N. .the director. of nurses. i I NEW AND I II f GREEN COURTEOUS SPRINGS
want to get sway from It an.I 1 Or: .YIN... patient now, .
It's part of you You need It so you have to act his one. e:
It act u a tonic. and take your m dlcln.." Mrs I USED CARSVanNESSBUICKPONTIACJnc. ;

So you coot away with. the Jane Ittrkman, a UU dark. The County's Oldest and Largest Bank
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tCay( Jaunty! Crescent: PAGE THRUM
6' THURSDAY, APRIL *. 1N4 ._.- ..

H C & Penney Forms GCS Junior High Gets Medallion I BIRTH Mr and ANNOUNCEMENT Mr*. Leamon Johns .

-I I announce the birth of a son J
Leamon Andrew, weighing 6 fIb1.

Reporters MRS. HERBERT D. MTERS. Phone S2I-I1SI 8 0*.. on April 0, at the )
I Pureal Hospital In Orange

The thirty-eight annual Golden : Mr. and Mrs. Fakir J Ellis for the large number of persons t I morning services at the Flag I Park Mrs. Myrtle Ethridge Is J
Wedding Anniversary celebration and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sheldon who had a part In arrangingthe ler Memorial Presbyterian the maternal grandmother, and
was held at the Penney who are celebrating their program and carrying it Church. Mr. Ackerman and / Mr and Mrs. Limey Johns are d
Memorial Church last Friday. 50th anniversary this year, renewed out Decorations: were arranged Judge Bickel have been friends It the paternal rsndparents. J
From 7 until 1:30: o'clock their vows with the by the Misses Ruth, Esther, since they were in government! "4 M1
Mrs. Ono B. Coons, a memberof Rev. C. P. Schrlver presiding. and Aseneth Travasaoa into a service together In Washington 1I
the American Guild of) Or. Letters of regret from those garden arrangement which was years ago l

ganlsts, gave an organ recital unable to attend were read by the background for the brides I nr N E 7 t We Xecd
which Included five numbers. Carroll M. Wright, resident director maids who were charming In The Rev and Mrs. R. R.I .r
their colorful gowns as they
Promptly at 7:30 o'clock Two of them were from Roberts of Port Chester, N. Y OLD J &: ASTIQUHH'nntiture :
were banked on the steps to
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Penney ,
Mrs. Coons began playing the
and Mt. Dora,spent a day with
the chancel.
and Dr. and Mrs.Daniel Poling-
Lohengrin Wedding March by their friends the Rev. and Glass,
Richard Wagner, the doors' Mr, Wright introduced Kenneth Mrs. Everley did not overlook Daniel Snyder While Mn'l. I

next to the chancel were open L.Wilson, executive editor thanking the audience MHC, they also called on < wtie and China !
of Christian Herald who madea which she described as a "near-
ed and two lines of 60-year bridal Cokers and Mrs. Karen Klaer
couples preceded by their few remarks. perfect" audience,Ilfted-up and
I .
bridesmaids, and led by flower I i The popular Largo for violin listening with wrapt attention I

girls, marched: the full length organ And piano by Handel j Truly, this 50th wedding Recently, Mrs. Chauncey M. r.1 ...... ar fi... "... TO!' CASH PAID
of the aide aisles to the rear, was played by Mrs. Fred. anniversary celebration was an Ogden of Orange City, and
of the church where the two crick Andres, Mrs. Coons, and evening long to be rememberedby New York, and Mr. Donald D l The student eeanrll ef octets C.ve Spring vice president) Sherry Schulse, Janice Weeks,
lines met and proceeded down Mrs. Thomas 8. Cleaver. Mrs. those present. Davidson of Winter Park, wen Jsnlor High shown with the school's newly Lynda Kenney, Maine Denmark David MilchflU .
the center aisle to their seats Andres and Mrs. Cleaver played The twenty-five honored guests of Mrs Charles 8 designed emblem.. The emblem was designed. Michael' Elliott president' I Kris lUrt- JIM( ('.I11H:1'

reserved in the front of the two numbers: Meditation from guest couples were the following Wright of the Quadrangle by Travis Barton, student council sponsor, man, Sharon Barrie, secretary Brtnda Mle-
church. |I Thais and Slavonic Dance. : Mr. and Mrs. William . I and e e*.td by Lee Warner, ef Orange Park hand, Rhonda Revels and Linda Tyro. Behind Phono 24-! $.3':!SO
There were 29 couples who Marshall Thomas, baritone, A. WUlson Rev. and Mrs Charles Mrs Clan K, Mariner of Shown abowe, I. .. M Susan Kenney, Council the emblem are A. D. Puck' principal,
were married 50 years or long with Peter DeWitt pianist R. Balr,Rev. and Mrs. Oral Ovledo, called on Mrs. Hoffmarj treasurer Patricia Hodge, Pebble Hammrt. and Mr, Barton
er listed on the program as the rendered several numbers of C. Brown Rev, and Mrs. Charles --- -
and Mrs Riser, friends of many I -- -- -- -- -------
honored guests, nineteen of considerable variety, completing 8. Dopp,. Mr and Mr*. 1--
years I t I.TH:\
whom marched in the process I a most Interesting programfor George F. Hornberger, Mr. and I
sion. The lead couple were Mr. the evening. Mr. Charles W. Laird Rev. 1
and Mrs. William A. WUlson I Mrs. Harold l E. Everley. and Mr*. George Howard Dr. Mrs B J. Ford returned to I Cotney Tire Service ,
who have been married 64years. I chairman oC the social com and Mrs Oervalse J. P. Barger her apartment after spendingthe iu
mittee, expressed appreciation Rev. and Mr*. Charles O. Cole, ,' winter In Lakeland Hei Twin Realty I II Cora, Tark King JarkionviUePhoiMi
Mr and Mrs. Earl C. Lent Mr. son and wife came from Beth. ,
CV 1-117 or
'and Mr. Earl A. Morrt on. Rev. lehem Perm, to spend aster I I
Real Estate
and Mrs. John Wallla Crelgh- with her and to help her get Reg. ,
91 ton. Rev, and Mr*. James 11'1 settled for the summer They
Wagner, Mr and Mrs. Ward 11:. all called on Mrs Klser.Mr Broker TIRE
I Krone, Mr. and Mr. Herbert
1 grown that D. Myers. Rev. and Mr. Ralph *. Julie B ace us, Miss C. RENTAL SALES Rr..C'ArrINOItn.lAPiNO
I H. CoUla, Rev. and Mrs. William Maud Syvret. Miss Vivien ACREAGE A LOTS
A. Darden. Rev and Mrs Morse, MUs Patella ran Exel
John A. Swetnam Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Alice Joralemon attended I Reld. .ntUI CematerelalIMestrial KCFAIRINQ

an rt. Harold 1:. Rverley. Rev and the Riverside Preeby- I From the smallest le the LARGMTt
r'Luddined Mr. Basil! R. Truscott.: Rev. terian Church morning services' Serving Creator Clay Cowaly I
and Mr. Martin H. Kent Mr. last Sunday. Afterwards, they NOTARY PUBLIC Hilda T. Nctb Distributor) Miller Tin -. Autolitf lotteries Ij
, and Mr. Seldon Barrows, Mr. visited the Rose Festival at the I .
people\ and Mrs. Clarence A. O Pease, Oarden Dub. . I This office handle 10'11'A: Ht>NpoNm>Mi<>iiN (:.
Mr. and Mr*. Eskar J. Dlly, sMUOUANOK
sinesi Mr and Mr*. Lynn Sheldon. friends of Mr*. Walter\ A. P. in Clay nixl Duval ('uuut)",
) ; ( :
. I McPherson will be sorry to *
We re proud to display our 1964 line of quality lawnmowers learn she has been quite& ill I Sinclair Station Boat! BenrlooIIS
publicIn . one Just' right for your lawn. Come In ... The Charles Ackermans: enjoyed and U now at the UnJera1t'l Phone IIMtll ..o Phone tlMIMEaot
make your selcctlon.MCGEE'SWELDING. a reunion with friends of Florida hospital. U S. Highway It Phone M-IUI
the of long standing last Sunday, Walnut Oreesi Cere Iprlagt
:ans t to< when they were the guests of I I I
& RADIATOR SHOP Mr. and Mrs William MeCatlum -,
center Judge Harvey C. Bickel of Beltlmors I
of LaFayette. Ind,
launch It* N. Orange AVCBM Fhone II4-I1IS and his brother At visited their parenU, the Rev.I ;
Paul Blckel. of Cleve
torney and Mr*. II. L. Rust. Mr. Mo<
ake li Pick VII And Delivery Berries Available land In St. Augustine. With !
Callum U assistant vtee-preal l
their hosts they au.nc1HAdd dent. of the LaPsyHU Loan

and Trust Company.
. .
II purPark
?" a Phone..Add a Lot to LivingWhy The Rev 8. O. MaeMamia of

I i Jax Lake City, together with hi
lee of let the house run you? Why not take it easier with a kitchen son recently released from milItary -'PLYMOUTh

e i deal extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most., bed.. service, .made a surprise
visit on Mr. and Mr*. HerbertD.
room, workshop, Florida room. To add colorful, economical extension Myers. last Saturday Mr

phones, just call your Telephone Company Business Office.southern Mae Manus 1s associated\ with
the Rtv. Dan Richardson of
Radio Station WAYR In th
Boll Christian School In Jackson
...0.d de ftwju S . .

"' .. The preacher at the II
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nit Sunday |In
' <#C.lf. # the Penney Memorial Church DEALERS
::;.:' will be the Rv henry w Hock
I',4"1' ; At the W-drwodsy evening I
\ meeting, the film The CIty
SL r ...... of the IVrs- alp!!! be shown
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! PAGE FOUR' Ctoy! ( \ Cdounty!! Crescent!! I THURSDAY, APRIL-9-, 1'f- _1

------ I I ceases and cannot be renewed Ion the loan may be n.4 "

Mrs. Janie Johnson returned GPS' MAY BORROWON or reinstated. I amounts of $5.00 or Ares .ra:''
f Green Cove Socials last week-end from a visit' Annual Interest on dl policy t tlple thereof, and at am 'rne:

with her sisters in New Orleans. I loans la charged at 4% en the before default In pawn,, o,

( Candidates o oTh Mrs Juanita Wager returned. Mrs. Gladys Phillips left last I : LIFE POLICIES unpaid balance. If not paid. 1 I premiums For ...::
a student I principaland formation write to -
Stump loan : M
last week from a trip to Puerto Thursday for New Orleans Mrs Sandra holding permanent It Is added to the T r' \
School aNursing | veterans Interest. I at P.O. Box 1437.
at Piedmont to draw St i :
Rico where she visited her son where she will visit. friends and policies may begins
the weekendwith OI life Insurance jburg.PAKK.Sun.. ,
spent on the
and daughter-in-law. Mr. and attend the Spring Fiesta. I 1 94% of their policy Repayment
I Mr and Mrs borrow up to -- --- -
her parents -
Mrs Prank Penney While there surrender value to
I On Saturday cash
they took a trip on the "Island Deward Priest Is a patient In W. Burch Stump. emergencies according -
crowned her successor : meet financial
Queen" to the Virgin Islands Clay Memorial night she P
Hospital. Dr.
is CRESCENT ____ ________ - u_ __ __ ___ in the Miss Clay County to M. T Dixon of the
pageant. Florida Department of Veterans HIGH SCHOOL GROUNDS RT. 21,


When You Need Miss Mellnda Olcnnan s This action while reducingthe I 2.00: P.M.! Doors open 1 hour earlier
has student at Howey Academy, amount jf protection does, General Admission Adults $1.50
": ; spent the week-end with her leave the policy In force On I Reserved seats SO* extra Children $1.00
parents Dr. and Mrs T Luke the other hand If the policy Sponsored by Boosters Club and
MONEY Y r Olennan. Is surrendered toe cash all pro I Orange Park Jaycees'

AMPL tection under the balance

Mr, and Mrs. C. Murphy had -- --
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THINK OF US! as their guests' last weekendMr

and Mrs Dewitt Robenon
AUOTS quick-confidential loans up and their son Ronney. of Pen- AMERICAN MOTORS ;

to $800. call first for One Stop I sacola, and Mr. and Mrs. FeJ-

: DAVE TALBOTT, MGR ton Ward, of Winter Haven. INTRODUCE NEW

IALLIANCr.1 LOANco. I Mr and Mrs:-Frederick L.
I '
They can bo marked with mi "X" where of Orange Park 'Rowland who have been spend- HARDTOP TYPHOONAmerican
In? the winter In Oreen Cove k
you hope all lie( volern will mark them 17(4 IIIWAY IT returned this week to their Motors has announced 4A
Phones I Green Coe 184-1994 Orange Park 20..1361i home In Guilford, Connecticut. a special Rambler
Mrs. Rowland 1s the nelce: of Classic\ hardtop model u a
I i - -- the late T. M. Macy who died limited production car poweredby
--- - -- - engine
but December. Prior to their a new six-cylinder
return to Guilford they had of advanced design.
Paid Political Advertisement BESIDENTIAL I as their guests their niece amnephew The new two-door hardtop,,
Mr and Mrs Edert called the Typhoon." Is ached
I Clark, of Uxbrldge, Mass uled for late.AprlllntroducUon
CHAS E. BENNETT SCHOOL I I and will be available by special
'- order through Rambler dealersfor

D. Sam Saunders I LOT No. 1 84 X 132 $ mco WEBB I WILED' a limited time. I II NEW AND
S. ( ) The Typnoon has a new I

LOT No. 2 91 X 132 $10 Or00) I I seven-main bearing engine of SUPERB FEATURES
BY GGS ELKS '. "oversquare" design which has
LOT No. 3 91 X 132 $1200.00 been under development and

I (Pecan trees) : William E. Webb was In-I I testing In a two-year program.
stalled last week u Rated at 145-horsepower, the w
.. All above Iota surveyed and will accept 1100.00 down ruler of the Oreen Cove Lodge "Torque Command" engine has r
payments $25.00 monthly, No interest on balance. High ft Benevolent and Protective Or* 232 cubic Inch displacement,

Dry, der of Elks. said to be the largest displace* I

Restricted residential For Information call Mrs. Goodwin I Other new officers Include,: I ment of any V. S-built six- ,
Ralph C. Novak, esteemed leadIng cylinder passenger car engine
at 4-1101 or 4-94t I
knight; Harry V. Creasy, on the market. 61
esteemed loyal knight; Ralph
I The Incomparable Equestrianism of the Senatlonat,
-- --- --- --- -- F. Mllberger, esteemed lecturing
$ I knight; Alex Pupkln. secretary CARD OF TIIANKS RIDING SANTIAGOS
ei + r' Paid Political Advertisement ; John L. McCormick Hazardous Feats of Hurricane Horsemanship
We, the family of Marlon E.
OPEN LETTER ROM JENNINGS Ml'RRIICE treasurer; C. W Ain chap Ooodson would like to take CARMENCITA DEL TEIDE DUO REDCAN German co> -
lain; Harry A. Noel esquire;; I I
Spain's lovely goddess of tortlonlstio equilibrium u>
TO THE VOTERS or CLAY COUNTY this opportunity to thank his
James A. Crews, Inner guard,; balanced flight. paralleled in circus annul-
and our many friends for their
and Herbert P. Tomes tiler. w
I John A. McKinley, put exalted I various and never ending expressions The AGIILARS' PEPITO

ruler, was named to be of sympathy duringour EUROPE'S STARS of pre- Television's funniest dos"
recent and continued !
a delegate to the Grand Lodge pe carious perch pole dexterity I
rind of bereavement.To I
National Convention In New
all we are humble and LA CIIRISTINA
I York in July L. A. Leslie was
i ii h forever grateful. I The world's most beautiful elephant trainer and ANNA
; Installed u a member of the I
I Lodge's board of directors for I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Britt, MAY Hollywood's favorite elephant _

i a term of five ,tan. I Movlta and Cecil_Hess



!! I The fourth annual rabies Innoculatlon MilieU'
Orange Park cline and will be Keystone held In

I from 2 Until 4 o'clock Saturday
Sam Baundera was first elected to the Florida Legislature all./r/
In 1>48 and has served the people of Clay County
continuously since that date until the present.He i I Innoculatlon of "furred,
warm-blooded pets" for those IfIREIlCotney
was Speaker Pro-tern of that body In 1853; served I
in the Green Cove area will be
continuously on the Appropriations Committee for 12 ; I held at the Court House annex
years; wu Chairman of the Committee on Prisons for 4 on April 21According

years; and served on the Committee of Education and . I to 11. R. R'los.

various other committees Chief County Sanitarian, In-
While Chairman of the Committee on Prisons the Since I began my campaign to be elected Sheriff, I noculatlon of animals In the
entire prison system of this State waa reorganised and have found hundreds of citizens who have volunteeredto Orange Park area will be done
the Division of Corrections set. up, raising the rating support me and will do so until I am elected your at the W. E. Cherry School
of the Prison system of Florida fl"Ol1Olla of the worst. In Sheriff. It U a heartwarming feeling to know that. peopleIn I In Keystone Innoculatlons: will Recaps
the country\ to second bst. During Ms service on that Clay County are actively supporting me In the open I be given In the City Hall.
Committee he gained" wide knowledge of the problems of and without fear they will be crtUsod for exercising I Keystone animal license tags
juvenile delinquency, crime prevention and the proper their right of freedom o'! choice and freedom of speech: I will be available to those wish.I

operation of penal! Institutions. under our Constitution. They believe u 1 do that no man I Ihd' ln. to purttaae: thm. I New Tire
He gained' lUte-wlde recognition' 'for his work In the the right to attempt to dictate' how any other man I Cost 01 the Innoculatlon Is : Performance At

Held Of education. He was first to suggest the system should YO.... We are a free people and It to through the $3: an animal.
now In force under hlch the State furnishes 15% and exercise of our freedom that we derive our strength. I
the counties! 35%" of school funds This point system U The reception at Clay Hill. Mlddhburg and Penney I
a greet. boon to the smaller counties! particularly On his Farms made me feel very humble; it renewed my efforts Low Cost
withdrawal u a candidate for the House of Represent because there ls nothing that touches .a man's heart more REGISTRATION? FOR

aU.... the State Superintendent of PublU Instruction than true friendship.! One cannot buy friendship and It
commended him highly on his contributions to the educational 1s to be treasured. FIRST GRADE I
system. of the 8ta..... When I announced my candidacy I suggested that.
He steered t.htMohr....' pay raise bill through the It was "time for a change I beU.ve.he people of Clay I A prerrgtstratlon of first
House of Representatives In the 1.63 station of the County now see that 1II Indeed time for a change. My graders will be held on April The largest inventory of tires ..
Legislature opponent has held public office for over twenty years IS. from ':00 to II:90 o'clock,,

He secured' passage of the bill authorising" the construction but never to my knowledge u a law enforcement" officer at the Charles E. Bennett He.:
of the Clay Memorial Hospital. I recall In 1.4J 'when I ''IU In the Army, my opponent mentary School. i and the best prices in Green Cove
was a county commissioner, later he was elected &to the AU children who, reach the -
He played an Important part, during the l.4. ......0"- ,
legislature. It was my generation of Americans who were before
of atx on or
In having the proceeds from the State' cigarette' tax re age years
called upon and who were considered mature enough midnight on DecembT II .willbe
turned to the clUes and dependable enough serve our Country in time of ekglbto to regisUr. Birth
Sam Bounden Is wtlllnc to let this long and faithful\ National need. I should 1&1hat.. some of those who- certificate should be presented
record of public amice both to his County and to his oppose uy crusade for honest, efficient and Impartiallaw the time of registration Autolite batteries fit
SUte. speak for lUelf. No mere "U.It"b\l1lI4 unseemly enforcement have become desperate. for they have to any
declaration of his Integrity by him can take the place of now sirred a rumor that I am opposed la Naval personnel i"
the testimony of his friends, and the electors of the both acUve and retired. This rumor U ata.ohlteIJIntrIe.. I
county she have expressed their confidence In his .Is. I am a veteran and realise. the problems el service oven I GUESS WHICH automobile .

dom. Integrity and ability by sending him back to the and of veteran It U any desire" to cooperate with and t.'''I*

r. Legislature for II years : 'work for all the rltlarna of Clay County """" _______mm___ mf. m!"/"..t .
When you vote" for Bam Saundert for Sheriff of I It la my ...attfhat any person sworn to uphold the
Clay County. you will vote for experience, '.tsdom, ma I law should never use his official position to solicit : \
turtty. and PROVEN Integrity. In holding public office I voles for any candkteu. This certainty should not exist .
Bam 8aundtra.he experienced candidate' for Clay In a free democracy. This separates a democracy where I Road ServiceJo :

County Sheriff has plans for developing the Sheriffs Oornnmntt exists\ for the benefit tf ell from the police' i
office with the great development of the County. which, state. where toUmkUtton la the order of the day and

we are now entering A Junior deputy and an auxiliary therefore government. .. only for the tew I
deputy' program, aimed at prvvtnUne. rather than pus I feel| that when I am efcrtMl your Sheriff should
nUhlnf crime are only one facet In this program. not enter this office lndrU4 to any ONE pmon for My '
election but rather should be InAtbtod to an the cUiamt I'
I Of Clay' County tor the confttmr shown hi .... W1 as Ashaee
ta this. agtrte a
I ask you &to help me now la seder that I may am" stewar dies w a taia';
Vote Saunders Q.
peel I stnmvty and honestly ak your suptMtt and U C.-It L.IM ct. neh b slmed.ew ServiceMl
In the coming election t N.aa.el I as.'s a s. fa i
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VOTE EXPERIENCE VOTE MATURITY submatd 1 \' ' wt w aM.te..e.:

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APRIL t, lICe Qflay County Crescent. FACE nVE

I -Becky Campbell Named Miss Clay County I IPald

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Callable Man IVtlh Time For the Job

VOTE FOR I I rr fv [ w

Everett W. ivey I i tI D


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Picky Rilh CampbrlL .. Mlddtrborr. the new 1\110. Alice lUIn (' rtrr. .( Own (...., wood runner-up.I4M .
Patricia Kay Carroll, of Orange Park, tint runner-up.y .
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A member of the Couny Commission, I will: N :f
1. Be a fulltlme commissioner, The evaluation of
" matters coming before the County Commission r 1C
" takes time... I have It.
: 2. Advocate that all bids on County equipment contain
: all necessary specifications I will always (repeat .
I : always vote for the lowest bid. v rs
3. Work with all municipal officials and any organi : b +
sation In a concerted and cooperative effort to attract fT ; i
new payrolls to the County and to keep those
we have happy : r
4. Favor the employment of a County road engineer ;
who will be responsible for all the planning, constructing
and maintenance of the County's roads ? r
0. Carefully assess the planning and spending of all
County funds disbursed by the County Commission t A rI +

rule IffY the, wan u'tlh Hiecai If eel, II'

>alitlittra; ami f lime to serve

all the fcolf nf Clay County! .. .., ., a, ;; e' : ,.} 1 r n I II
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- Mir ('a.,WII In tae. twlMII ;; MlM Campbell In tke Ul..nt ,lre.a (.ve, one .; lae als (Irten Cove, one el le si*
Mary Elisabeth CIa,..,, of Orange Perk ")11. (fenftntosUy ,..,1111. .....1.1,... slmlM. "O.'''., "...u.... flmatste.t. . I
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Do Mr Wilson or Mr, Iwr 'now how tn.ny akJ1Ject ." rnr ( < '

workers there are In the County, to what use the ft- + ,
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rearm o( the County now working eUewtw could be ,
put. what tatftutriea would. find the teat dUfkulty and '1 1Q + + w. e
what tndurtrtrs would And the grtU dUfla+tty rtcnttUi rj- ,

labor la CUy CountyCo ? I "" y r

: Mr WUsoa and Mr. Ittr reeJJy think there ta. ua b .,.
delrq oT stU-gomiMMt* ta OAr County An tbryeoAUnt I
.o en farm moot* t. 0
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I. 0. Mr. WOsoa and Mr. twy Wttm. the eau .Is tote. j 4In' r
lair to say County ta pytag th.Ooeesrt1J Ob lee the 1 \ 1 ''f a ''hhtnr ,

ltfeadiag rMtrraUoa imp y*., .twn. rttry r.r. the I ; ", "' ., MPATTI +
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thing U newer the taM tar total rrMnht*e,snag to | U*Ic tVTM DUOM U1 LL'dILZToka

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PAGE SIX 0 stag< ( \} County! Crescent THURSDAY APRIL I, IIU

, CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS r Clay County ServicemenNavy Ii

Captain R. R. Van der sile employment and advancedjet
Maaten. IOn of the Rev and tactics. Upon completion of
Mrs. Clyde E. Van der Maaten this training be will be designated -

Florida and Oreen Cove Springs are gainIng 4-H Club of Green Cove, is serving on ;: a naval aviator and

COME ON KIDS + numerous new Industrial plants, and major expansions I the staff of Service Squadron ', receive his Navy "Wings of
Three aboard the repair ship Gold.
to existing plants, providing new Jobs and Incomes, and .. ''I
US S AJax operating out of *
WHEREAS These Florida manufacturers and their News
ANDADULTS Saaebo, Japan. The squadron Pvt. Frederick D. Bridges,
employees are contributing impressively to the economyand administrative 'I'
maintains operational
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
growth of our community and our state, control over the
TOO! lliE T. Bridges of Oreen Cove, participated *
. ./ NOW, THEREFORE do hereby proclaim April 1!-18 fleet oilers ammunition ships, recently with other
u Industry Appreciation Week in Oreen Cove Springs and By George M. Owens Jr. and Sandra L. Reese stores ships and repair ships I members of the 4th Armored
and other to
do earnestly urge all citizens and local development and units necessary Division's 14th Artillery In its
total of 20 In 4-H club
The recent 4-H State Land a years supply the Seventh Fleet in the
LETS SKATE AND IIA VK FUN civic groups) to. give recognition to and express appreciation Judging contest was, to me work, and representation of Far East. annual training test (ATT)
at the Seventh Army Training
for these Industrialists and their employ during this another example of the capabilities every local 4-H office * *
Center, Orafenwohr,
I" Germany
Hours 7:00p.m.: 10:OOp.m. period. of American youth. About a month ago, they Navy Ensign David J. WI!-
Skating 50c Skate Rental 23c;) When given the chance these came and expressed their In. helm, son of Mr, and Mrs JohnA. Bridges, a supply clerk In
Signed Ed B. Taylor youngsters are able to set forth I I tereat in Land Judging, none Wilhelm of Keystone Battery A in the artillery's 2nd

MAYOR the mal\1'capabilities we so had ever participated prior to Heights, has reported. for his Battalion near Furth, entered
Saturday and Sunday Matinees often hear are lacking today. this They started to work on final phase of flight training the Army last August. He arrived -
1:30p:: .m. 400pm.: What is Land Judging, It I I the basic foundations of land at the Naval Auxiliary\ Air overseas in January 19(4.

(Skating 50c) is classifying land according to. judging. Much of this work hu Station, Kingiville, Tex. He The 24-year-old soldier II a
the physical capabilities within} to be done by the individual.Two .I will fly the Grumman Fit A 1958 graduate of Clay High

S/ircialllateB for Church awl Civic the soil profile. Surface texture, "blackboard" sessions and; Tiger," the Jet 'used by the I School. He attended the Georgia
organic matter, thickness of two field Judging practicesand Navy's "Blue Angels. He will Military College Mllledgevllle. -
Group soil, permeability, slope, erosion it was time for the state I' 'earn alr-to-alr gunnery, mss I .
and drainage are I contest.
WE; SELL AND I REPAIR SKATKS: I q I There are 27 possible fltora'i This was the first Judging

within these 7 factors. This venture for any of the boyi.
information then has to be put I Thirty teams from all over AnnouncingCHURCH
together and 7 decisions made the state were present. For
as to the class of the land. many of the teams this was
(Under New Management) This is only tart of the eon- the 2nd or 3rd land Judging OF GOD MISSION

BEN OUTLAW Owner CARL RITCHIE Manager est. Recommendations then contest. Our boys placed 4th, II I Services At 3 o'clock Every Sunday
Idlewtld Ave. Green Cove Sprints have to be made as to the vegetative 'only 22 points out congratulations of first place I Old.time Singing And PreachingFerris

mechanical, and ferU11zer Our sincere and Bay Streets, across from ACL depot,
and soil amendments. to these boys for their fine :I
Oreen Cove.
-I There are 44 possible answers) representation of County 4-H I
in this part. Any combinationfrom I club work. Yes, when given the The Rev.Julian .

Paid Political Advertisement Paid Political Advertisement a minimum of I to II chance, todays'. youth can most Chesnuft,
answers, depending upon the capably represent! themselves

land class, may be given. I

TO THE VOTERS OF CLAY COUNTY: TO THE PEOPLE OF CLAY COUNTY: ability The to contest see, feel requires, or visualize much\ Murrhee

basic memory knowledge, the Insurance Agency RIVERVIEW RESTAURANT
I am a lifelong clUzen of the County, u were my I was born in the County B6 yean ago and I have physical soil properties, and the I
parents and grandparents before me. I am married'and owned and operated my own timber business for manyof ability to make a decision bated
U. 8. 17 At Black Creek
all my six children and seven grandchildren live In those year on the combination of toll

the County. In addition to my experience as a successful busi factors that are present in the
Molt of my adult life hu been devoted to the super i neuman X feel the 10 yean I worked with the County 'i oil profile.
vision of our County roads and u an operator of road Road Dept. further qualifies me to serve the County effectively Buddy Canova. Rodney Frls- I
machinery. During the put three and a halt years I and efficiently. bee, James Doyle Jr. and hagar EVERY SUNDAY SPECIAL

have served as one of your County Commissioners During my yean with the Road dept I had an opportunity Robinson all seniors at
I understand, fully, the cost and maintenance of to become well acquainted with all our County Orange Park High, represented Inc: RICHARD MURRHf"Ai Koast Turkey With Dressing
roads and X have tried to use this experience to the benefit I roads and to understand the. many problems of maintain. the County at the recent State >.' And All The Trimmings
of the County's taxpayers. ing them. Land Judging contest. Together
this group represents Phony 47347MEZ ADULTS $1.50 - CHILDREN $1.00
X have cooperated completely with the other Com M for my penonallnterit1,1t you dont know me, I -
missioner toward getting the improvements each of II suggest you Inquire of those who do. I

them wanted for his own district and X have supported II When elected, I will serve all the people of the County. WAY-L4UHDRY EANERs'I
all the agencies that corns under the general Jurisdiction I will cooperate and work with our municipalities and with AND D C
of the County commission any private group or organization concerned with our We Appreciate Your Business
I uk each of you to search my record as a Com welfare and progress. ''
mlssloner and see what I have tried to do. Your support and YOU will be appreciated. IS CLOSING ITS DOORS ON

I ask .your support and vote on May fifth.SiNC'y .
, APRIL 11th 6 1'.M.
Ktl Moody Krttrst' llatchtr Served 11M ajn U tM ....

Net U Exceed fUt
VOTE All customers please pick up laundry
anti dry cleaning this \\'k-I I

E. (Ed) Moody I .... HATCHER Paid Political.--Advertisement Paid Political Advertisement


: DISTRICTS 5 I DISTRICT 3 J Vote and Support

William E. "Duke'' Webb

you're ready to buy car.. F FOR

Test the one that's No.1 in so many ways CLERK: OF THE CIRCUIT COURT I

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.It's to easy to find out "CXmt..t| Rambktl MroMW.toneer-laMiM.. ad L. Carlisle
Rambler often awn differ** .&tiIIl .*M* II .t CfttomiKta any otter cu-ra'" copy .the from budy-boH squeaks) a4 ruts | .. I l
';'i; pod-sprint. seal cwhkMM standard. wfckfe f'lapl1llU1 ontaary care.1 ..__ i

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Rambler' Aawncaa has oat awn ole RsoiNtr AiMricaa etttn lU trantau*. t++ &M.-s.r w s..-----
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:, dally entered economy tnnu rhea. any items kaduiitii| T'w-S>fck Moor MA JJ w+ a M ... ..
f 7 tltherClOmf'kt.YouCfCto..I..1:.. w wh ovvn4rie aed Rasa-O-Msur fly Mtalfrtenaad w e wj
\ cons. MviefNt U.S. carl autOtMUC usaemlwa.g1 1tMYD ttW + '*4 I lam the teases and Taxpayers af clay Countrto

.tot* the (bet .* CM* It la a a*, ..dU... kaCwaiy iBvwUrate say ntOTCf ABIUTT and CHARACTER
;; M laa Ig ad kdn. 1111,,11M"hates Agt rlt. Bads 0.,..,..... Mills t. (DO*) WtM .., as faun CWrt el Ores Cowt. I a Mm m thai yes NOW
i Ramhtor Amsricaa out-tumt.owiMiii ftus an ito whit t'us.alua.. aoCMtIbMi I fUn UM hKbert type af character and tetognty ta thkton.
alt(UfS tafkr. wna Do.M atay ..'..... a... 1''" )'" p .
BraUt: Iwo sifaraM. iy Hiw; It o*. NIII'f'OOI\ft&\ 'If a .Ste sees(, GO RAMBLERr t. Cte U s ****** to eMrttMle pubis effort f** UMt Uy noon vraks lilt deaf and R Is tw that I a*
4a atd,UM oOMr-. lot t>nooo AneoreL -. ......, I...M abet try tom'. ha,py to fcave m tovwUgato. I am bet2w prepared andtottornaUtod

r I rw ta* an...e Mil tofWMltoa to nwto aa aUnHHvtout to mt |.. M yw' Cterk.Toto .
a4 a ss.nralHs etaato Ual .. a**... toS. ,
OBXXOI ATK.CRCKX Weelry. tor aM evpett a Baa vtta snta years exVnnn .

i Weft VISA e4a p16e .".... sad e...cr... intoeatWtlr I ta dteiiargtnc the t *** ghee el year faerkl
i BESELER MOTORS COT, ..M ite gtwwtk aa4 4V...tosM $ el ALL afltoe and County o..nM1 --,

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1HK HH'CIRCUIPt.COt'RT cm. A\lt 'OR PLAY 1'5.lNTr1.URID1. ,. : IS AND 1'01' CLAY ton T'"* i>Khirr : > 1-ULLINlJ PLACtbM IN CWT
Cl'IT Or .O\.D. /11.iISC005.T \UIN'rY.' PWIIIDA 104.to, r... COUNT: KUJH1OA..
Vlneed IN CHANCKRT a corporation: SO /0| that T. J. Alderman tha bolos I Lut'N.1. fU>KIUA:
t of th. folliln rrrtiricat hai,. YOU air h.r.by .otl".. that
r 1 } 1 t> SNIONOTICB Plaintiff. IN KB:: M8TATE: Of "
don of I .r p 'l TO APTKAR AMI: : LINER MAN flood said. ertlfleat, for a Ui the vollna places In tk. tol
.d KKKVI DLwky!: H. CATS) and nNN'NIC: ] UUNCASl*caoTirR ..,". deed to b. l..u.d lhron Thicvrtlfliatf lowing numbered" prr"'tnrti la
M TICK .V rt LICATIO A. CATO, his wife. and T C. \ or" KIII% > Muti. HI' numbers and yri 01IMunhtr liar County: Horld, hv boloschanged
>r and > I' I. INCa I'Aa>MOUk: pOKT \\ Ptiinn. : i .'OKlll th. dicrtptlon of the sna that too sow 5 ntIIIK >
Honda! rorporatloa, t>..I.nd.n'4ITH'N .. .l IMHI.N Bn>iirrtand the nami lih luwta In aald pr, .In..I* ar*
III I of pl..nUff. \ OF aurTIIK TO All. TU WIIUM IT MAtX >'h II *... ..**...il ar. a. a* *.l forth herein, .
,... STAIN OK !!'WItIDATU '\l'KHNNollra : : follow sC.rllncaIi I, HHI\IT ISO. TWOliotioHS -
P"rnDAVW' cr.'m.rly 10.I ; : JsUNMSKA. CATO li h.raby given the No. ITO Y.ar of I.. IM.KI, al' on But'
All IPIIOLSTERINQ I I'IIIA SAMHWKT) and IX>N Jt. IT 1" ."". *trr.t Ihs und.rilin.d has fllod h auanra Juno 1 A l>. IMIIHairltillnn Itoad No .S IMA. near L>o>. or *.
A\ID.. her. hu.band, and .IONII. Lwl.t">n. Main duel 11.....,. ant mad .P.'I!. of Prop.ru IM I I inl.t, I'ivlo C.nt.r, In Cov.rnm.nt .
ridge I'A l>. 01IKHN:' and MAIUHEKN TOil art h.r.by notified that ration for dlatharaa at Kirutur .. RIM P Hhand I'lai. I'lai Pool Lot I. Portion II. T"wn
MILBERGER BAXlEY'S' TRIM SHOF I ,, hli wife, a suit hag born f,l.d ...In.! II'aa.moro '0" of thi ahti\a named HalatDahl .. I I.... I hip' 4 South. Range II East,
'derU INCOME TAXSERVICE I I IHfrndantiTJir 1 1I omit I'..... I. C.IO and T. l. spllcallon for aihari Nome In hlch a*..aid llmry more.: .partrrularly. dorlbd In
'.Pao : STATIC: OH. FLORIDA TO ; In the abo.mil will ... oallMl for h.arlna-. UravrAll 0| l(. IAL HkCoKDH BOOK Nul .
Goths 1 tomplrte Ante *. Furniture I HOI'IIIA DAVIS formerly tIHIA ,. ,au.. and that you its h..,.'" County Jud.a of CIa, of said nrop.rty hoist Irlha ..TANK II*. .UH1.IC HK.;UKItt
REFRIGERATION I' I 8ANIH'' KT> and Don It. rwiulnxt to fllo snow: ",,,.. Klirlla I, al his cMlta I I In Cnuntv of Clay. Ht.t al Or 1'I.AY toLNTY! rbOKIDA.PHMIMT .
mored DAVIS" kr hu.bund. and JOSLA with 1 tha l.rk olW,. Cm 1'0' 1'1.| ,. County Courthouse. I'n rlirld. !\IU.< TIIHB.B.MIIIIIII.HI
1400 W. Idle.lld Are. : I). UHKRN: and "AUY and lo ii>r\. a ,'ol>y IK.inf up..n| pn 'oHirln ., I'lurhls, t nlM such (..rt"...... or fr ; IMi at 1 Lot On*,
!nIts SERVICE l'HEIIY... hla .wlf, and If lou.. the Plaintiff .lIor..,'o, wh.. May 1th IM4, : oilork; AVI tlflc.l.i shall h. '."..m. 19 Years Experience Ph I84-J50J lhlr unknown, 11.1 lr*. dcvlao... some and a.'d...... l.m: or aa anon 'h.....,..' ai inmav < pnrdln lo ln>* 'I. pn.p.rty d... dillrburg-' H.rtlon II. lowly
' ATT11n1n1) ..1.0" el.lm. KKHARtSON rrlhvil .in push rvrtlflrata. or c.". ahlp I Kiiulh. Kane II Eut.PHK .
Green Core Florid U atM>a, and rUtt-MtN: : heard
Short Forms . Springs
ratlo ft.00 "". tlflial.i. .. lll ll la thihlahrat : 'IMT no. rnu .
1.1, r..4lltolaIUfrlB Ine 10 nava any rla'kl. or ATKON H/ T J. JI-NMNOO, JR.. ho *"
... HtollMT arvleo Long Forms $100 up Free Estimatestvo Interest In lhs real propid ', 711 lUrnrtt rtank BulldlniJnrkaoitvlll \ 1. J. JKNMNOH: Jit hldd.r. at Ihs u r 1 I Ihim. HIV.HIKV LARK ai on StaleKuad .
sum. Palmetto Street .*>.rll..>.d herein and altuato III I. .orlda KXI-XlTOIl THB I.U" .. d,>.r on Ih* tint Monlai No II. U.cln 'UOI fit
9 S. Reasonable Rates for Buslnes " PiC'k.up and Delivery Clay County, Florida. nor I..., than April MAD., nU. Will, AND THHTAMKNT OIINMN ' ,In M"nlh of May, IMt. which ,liIh auulhw.at, and 114 bet couth.rait .
rk In: Dome Phone 184-9780 Real Estate Rentals FU You and ..ch of you ai. .If you fail'1 to do ar. Pan.. MAR INCAN. : I 4th day of May' "II.I of conic ol M..,tlan I. It,
" Phone 1114.1I*lIt Handle An, and AU of lootphoMrry hereby notified that. a lull h.. Pro Cunfouo will b* .n'.r.4 I:RA8K1. IHI'I Oat.d I this Tlh day of April U and II. Township S South,
I 2mitre Bn 'niia Needs! born krouakt In tko abovM *-sllot tou. for th* .lId do.m..ct. 41. I. II. II 1111 ttanna II East and mora par.
< PAUL REMLINGER > l.i1 and nlltl4 Court b, .,. In t". CimplalnlTha ' OROIU1R L. CAHtU I I Iliularly ducrih./ OFFICIAL
"TV APPLIANCE IHROLD R\\LET Ihs lUlnllft ....... soma f.., natui of mid lull ".1"1( Clark of t Irrull ,'ourlof KKloKIm HOOK NO II IAOH
Ce are the purpnM of qaittlnatli.. for Ih* f,,r.,'I.>...,. of Mortgavnrumb.rlna .. IKItlkUTII )IOTIC I llav County Florida, II. 11'HUC! KM'OHUSj Of CLAY
.me. SERVICE S64J Roosevelt BI," Owner phohtrrrr' tl ,n.ED'IN lltl In and r msrloa l rlouduivon : .... nroprrty, .nd _ _ I I. .II. II IIII l'111''NTY. KIXHtll. "
BAXLET the tit I. of old rialr. pr.mla.i lora.d In 'lay CounKlnrld I PMM ''''T Ml. Br\RN: : .
Is. \\t Repair All Brandt ORANGE PARK tiff In, and to that ...".1" ctrarrllad: a. r .II ma, K "II MkUITUHSIH 'Ml tl 1OTICKOllflO KEtorn\H II KII.lira, at 1 ,litKloik ,
Son and 'phlll.tprpr 4 Tf tool ..t... lylnir and hlnItuau.l I.OTTUO ill HlJiCH ri\K\ HIMIII I* of Ihs town of Kiy..ton. .
HlahCIeor. Servicing Cia, CountyFor In Clay County. Hoi" (II) HKLL-MIl I UNIT I. so \TI JIIH.wa. 101 HT U I ll.lania, n.ar Orloli Stroll
Sixteen Years C. A. IIUMMELI'pholllrrrr : Id*. too.It: cording; ,; plat, lhr.of I ra.rord.d : \>ll HIM 11.n Ut :>TY.MONlUt :\ or 4PPIMTION .... l>,1m.".. Av.nu..
SIGN PAINTING yn.ntnn HARCri. IBouthoavt In Pint Hook. I. pesos rOH TtX U0011 I I. ..tI,.:, IMT ,,,. THKltB aMK.
dge- Orange Park Ph. 2849565FULLERTON'S U or .he North. M and t7 of lha rurrmt pub.. IN UK:: MIAlk oiHlH *M>. .....*. ro.OTUU tlXIXMIHOIIK, at |.4 h...
Mil M of th, Southcait Ho rororda of Clay CountyAM It ht.l.: 1..d. > I* IIKHKNY: llltKNthai apprea1malelp I wool of ,h.
: ISTIMATKSAIL : Silos dr.crn,,d aa tool pert| .'...rhlo. >o All tr.iliuri and Person T J. Alderman Sloe. holderof uth.a.t rorn.r ot Mwtlon I.Taoa.hla .
QUALITY of tha Rant 4 of Oov '.. ) Al.HO Ih. following1 dirrlhrd >. llavlna- Clainti or I>*mandaAgain.t She fallowln ".""1. .,.. I Las I Mouth Hong IIKail
- WORK r.t'AFUNTEED bent lx>t I lying aoutk nl It..... of onulpin.nl' Mild tualal' : flld, sold c.rtlflcm.' for a tai aa mora particularly dis-
Si N. Orange AT. Turk 'r..k> sod further ... now Inratod In or upon th. lull and a.i.kj ol you ar* kn. I <..... In b. luuod Ih.r.in Th.rvrllflrlle irli.l In Urril'IAi.: :IlKVilU":: *
84-4044 ORAXOK PARKUPHOLSTKHY r thai part nf Last l lH shoes. ......'"'." praml..ai by noiui.4 10 fll. In ilupluat. ...m"." and ,.*,. afl InulK5 1 PAUN 417. PI'HI.IdHfH
Orrfn Cove Ron. SIGN PAINTIINGLEE of.I'.t.: lllock I tkwlori >"tnr..un ,*........ wall hr*|.l, all rlalnia' and d.mandi wnlo I..u.n.l |h* ".*" ,lplI"" of th.prop.ny : '''HI>ll UK tLAY CO NTT.
: blot Farm, lyln sculls' ol Model C-tl.l> II Sallon .U you h.u aialitai IIe. ...... .. iud lha neuron Ins ruiHIHAami
touch Crok I It lamb ;' c.'t. 11.11'''t 4trao.4, In th hhh It wan ......., sri aifnlli yollnaIn Ih. May IMI prl-
WARNER Archie Padtett Plat Ikrroof; ::::.1.c In Praia wits hatr oo. II of Thonia 1, Itlvtrtuunly : .. mop elsll.ne and lh.raaftar

BEVERAGES Rial' Hook I. p... 11 Put.lKtlrorili ...11"TSKI411" ,, Ju.ti. at ISIS. atfUo IIh l.rtlflral. No lit. Tear of I I.. will, b. &'''...1..1.. al Ih* abv
JOJ Glendenlnt Road On Klnnley AT*.. Just of Clay County, \\'\ nhund and soil'! tuurl lluu.o at II'..n Coo. auaiua Juna I. All IIMlio.rrlption lo al''<>n*.
Florid aid Court a! (trove t a". "'.r...... tlurida. wttkin it 1 of proprly ton 11.MANK nn IIOVRRSCD: : AC
Orange Park. FU. East of II.,. 17 All ,In Urn-lion II Townotilp Kprlnai. clay Cn.hir, florid.. ral.nlar muntlia' from, April' I'. I nf I alm.r Karri. Trai I aa It.. Mltlit\lll\ YTHW .
PAUL'SAU 4 bulb n...* II te..,. ClayCnnnl thi.' Illh daT .1 ...,..11. .11 I' IMI which I I. tk. .... ol thftral ,. rl.d. In l I'... Mouk I.I fags |Ill "tI' fir COI'NTTiiiMMiMMitiNrim
Phone 264-8111 Ph. N.. COngress 4-1211 Flnrlda.PARCKL . "". puMuttlun ., Ills aoii<" I HI* nr. CLAY
Park FU.I IIKaM riKORiIK': U CARIIMH Kath rids or demand muil tI Name In whlrh a......I K.I. I 17H'NTY. fU'lllPA.
Lecal Brverai, Orange It of otitkMil U ofHouthMll t'l.rk. *l Clr "il CaurtCU I I. .""... "'II" ataia, Ih* plot. M.."... IrA.t'll U HI'NTt. :I''
4, gallon' II.Tawnahln : Counlv, Florida af ...."....... and pat efllta oil. All of sold Sw .rlr hung Inlha rilAIHMAMOROKIIM
Open I A. M. to 1 A. M. MILK DELHERYW.D. I Nouth Roses IIr cII1':41.': / of |h. claimant. mu.| t Inunly of Clay, Mlala ofr"l a.. TAHUSLB
..t. (lav County Florida VIVUS II SCUM worn la and mu.l to Iliad a: trldaI ......" ." lUrk
Devil County Line --.BO At KOTICM aim, drat .... aa Rail 140 Ilrl""""iVlVll aforo.ald. u r .|. ....,. will kiromo .*. .11.. h ..,lIlIr.t. or ".,. April IAM. Illl
4 I.
j void. llfl,'alaa, shall ho '*" ..m." an
North .f Orange Park of Lot U. Block I. 11.5.0'sl.ak. I .
I . .
Morris] Puma ar..ordlnr to 'L'OTU'. a/MARY LANdBNIIOIlill'. Minima: la law ,". "...I'.rlr 4 arrlh -
NOTK K or ArrnrATiot lha plot ihrraof ,.....,.... InPlsl I iO: Apr, I.I, M, || AdmlnLirairli, ..4 In au?h r.rllfliaio. or ".,. I
I ft.. alaa will ... sold la IK.hlahr.t .
ribs TAX bICltDII. Hook I, pees IT Pukllanf : ron aii. I
DMrlbutor ....,. .. AII't.MTI'ICMt'T hidUr al lha rourlh
r. of Clay County.Florida bo r.o.lv. od f
GIVEN >al.4 fcM will 1-k.Uil.: nos00t11 \ & \u.. dior on .Ih* float Minlty
NOTICE!: Id HkKEUY I by IB* touniy t "' I In, Mnnth ..f May IMI. whlik I I. fI
fc rh* o.ulra4 i irv I. : .TII':
INLET MARINA All Jersey Milkmm. that C II marline lha fcold.r of ." ass ar .. Aniw II I'lay touniy ol I M a*. lha Ilk div of Mae. IMIl fI.I
a 0000 of .u r r
his I. C ullou.o M or ArrLIr1TIOYruts
tha following rarllflcat.i .. suns Ibs plalr.ll/r .".... lay, April II. .IMI at Iko rlo,. VII iia.a.iia : >*|.d tnl. hit day o( April. "...* Jan I. 4 U. Illli..rrlpllon .
to ,
fll.d said carllflrat. far .a Thr.rtlflrat ".... "" 1110. A "..... Itl 550.05 COT Sprlnga I ... ....... raNtrTICkl IMI. I. | ol Properly 1I ly 1 .
.11.4 thron .
For 4..40 b* rind labs. Circle Orans ParriorM Ida ot wklik tins..54 plara uuUllcupoaod ,: IS nroiuiN: .. c A HI lain 1*5 n, *f 5'Iv MI n. oJr Ut iHlh
nurbr and yen ofluuanra 1 bid. roo.lvod will, k. I IIKIIKIIY: OIVKI Clerk, of Irrull" Court .
ENGINES lha daicrlptloa of thiproprrty I 1'h and *fllIh 0r'e.* .of C''lnIKaranf :.I I and road aloud fur fuKl.hlr.ic '?" V gliding Ih. hulls .. of tUy' County. floridII 'il Nam, It I In,*nn.v which/ Perms. a*....*4 Larv <
CROSBT BOATS DELIVERYCALL and ,.. nam.a In all labor and ....rI. lha full.wlns; r.rlUirati. 115. II. II.
Clrrall' Court fK McMull.n.
Clerk Ik
..hlrti It WM mould art ai "f roaalrurtlng Additloa lo tlilouniy ., filiMJ said ...,'"1..*!.* for a lai
rr.7V TIUIIKKS a. for. .h. |7th df of 4.1.' for All .f Mid property h.lns 'In
.. .
liar Coualy, fluId I* ko l u.4 ,..,..... Ikrarilflrala ,. -- -
follow: J>ll.
".l. lb*r.ln, ttlnc uo She. o5 i 'Otl' \OTII Ih. .County of l'I.,. lute of
Tsar Of It.uanr number and
No ITI .sirs 01'
C.rtlflcal !
A ..
Into rlkl/ III). or lnln t 1ft' rinrld
Ut.U!l or 284-1I6C *. Jun. 1, UKIWKrlption *.. .ll..n soon Ih* .hov* 4.*..rthjurofwrlv Csnlncl.r .Iull p'"o l.auinra. |h* dorrlyllnn af. Oh.pwp.rl I'nl*.. ouch. ".,tllI..t. ar pop

OUTBOARD REPAIR :' of :omtl.r.; rlalr' >.d "I' ..... Mr i,,, I lamp. solo 111,1. ubloh Iwoo, :: lha. .a.m. n: I n or trriiiHTio llflrala ....11 ka ,..**..*d a*.
II.,. 17 Grant Park II Hlh, II, ..I. I soS a tiors. Conf.i, I All .k.k.ll .* 4"". I. a1. folluw.i..' *" *'* sr. ton VII 1I H l1tt r.rdina- .law Ills ......,,, 4...
TRADING POSTCARET'S N.m. In which aaiMiodi, Paul :*'I'well ;: nl.r4 .:1.>l rs1e'hla : I rordant will. Ik. drawing 01iliMlliralloaa tarliflralo, No. 5yso, .. I I.. a**, 14.... r.B.ftjOTIIM I rrlhod. In iui.K ..."It......* 0, Sera
Phone CO 4015IIttiNTtNG II:. Roland. * pnllpp skill h. suhllnho. pr.par' I* NKNKNV Hit*]* IHIcala'' will h cold lo tkoklih.it
All ..f aald "",,.,., Ming InIs. 5..10.0 wuh 'or reap .50s.owlea *. A. I. A ArvkllMt., W.II uanra Juna I. Illliwarrrollon .. koll.rkf Itl'..' ol ,h. . S HkauM
rry A'' Ihs
lhal J '' '
T. '' '
. County of CUT. BUI .f .1 ...,..... wliraniioit ..It af ''ro. ,. I ,.
CoonWI'r'eran la *o Iko Monday
wab5 In Ik Play\ hall l bo r.1..II. fnllflWlHv .rtlfl.al., baartl.d dnor an
I I. I. I. Iho
I I. ink. i.
TRADING POST rinrlda. .. ,........ to kldd.,.
lo.irurlloaa for lou In .. Me'. IMI wIld II
\.' ..... ., | sold wrllflraiM a I'f
nival such. c.rtlflrat or car. m. tiand *n4 II. tad rontracl docmnaal ,I.rtli'.' ISims iwaw/ ...." I* k* lead ik.,..n. Th. I She : : of Miv, IMIv.i.4 .
UE BUT SELL TRADE ""..|"> (hull .b. ,."..m.. oa.frtirirat.a n505, nO X14. More .e n-... I.1 ....,.1.. oklrk diawlaa ol.1 ...... In wklck IiIb.l5'OSnl.41.11 ,.,"11.*'* ....11..* and ,..,. ofIuuanrs i | ikla ISO day .. April.M .
or4lnt law I th. prnp.fly 01 .... ...,........ .oi..
,: :; 0.o. 0s.1., ". Ibis 111 II _If."o... I. lbs d.rrlpllB af lbapwarv S.
Three kx-atloni: srriMA sorh nrtiflesn, .500 0l.hpoh 4 01. 15p5Cl.ss riot itMuawat had r.UPS of run .fly' 0155. hri aad Ika ...... IBwhtrk urnnn) l. CAHiuLnI
IS E. Palmer St. Ph. 214-1210 ...1110.* ild I* Ih.* .. .It. C"t-"", ..... I'I.irart may *a **vi>,.. ., ...mil ..'id.. ..", .1', II who ......*.. ar* sof.llnw5' I of Irnull. Posit
Odor at Ih* court hou ,, ,,
tlih.M rprs'nw t. CI I.IPLCR >4 *| ,". ."1.. of Ika Arrbllor .. .. I of Clay ri"rld4.

Uarehonte .A antique -..I4 I nnnlh'tor' on of Ih M...flrl. Iwhich Monday I I t.* III'II.* .5.s5Merb,..... .? r.rll.'. lark. or .at irt the. JarkxintlllJurlda. l'usrlb.eoJoss .... 1111., 1'.1..'... .sOilS"" e.rllflrsb b. r.U.m.d or ,a**r.. ,1 r.rilfl.al* N*. Ill ,... af I/. _.___ r-'I II. II., 14

Gym DId,. S. Orange Area II Ih ..
Paled this lId day of Mart. bid "'.., ko aer.ti wrllM I* N rcrilflrata atrartirt
"BIG TOP tent BUndlnsBlvd. __ ..... will 0..nIA! I. Ihi
I///. ...... '.'11" N.e.11.rInch.
kr I
a nl5, ....' Mdd.r al ,... .......
rOR THE BEST In all round OKOUOK: .. CMUULK:, man '
at Rldtewood I I Mark nf Clrrull. Courtof NOTimIOIIN < or a kid CamailMl'kod.. mad.pap tl*| : ...r *n ,... floss ....... I I. Ikl. ''HERE'S GOOD NEWS'
food printing try the CRF8- at nT County. FloridaVprlly 1 I, .ikla.aunty lo, ,.,..,, la) Ik* amount i.f.a. t rd.r'.rv.v"' '', :.11"h." .
CENT PRESS. INC. The price Furniture and appliances I. I. II IIHCttAI. TIIIII .1I1.T COIN, 1VII ..... aa a suaiaalv aad wit" .''

h rljht. bargain prices' Ittc ]I: 44i' I' '?' P p.SuU VIII .'....41'fl.'W. :" .a ..,......l ,.., Ika ooaacl"!1.,10'knd .ell*,". ""' M'4 **" *' Mt'1'lEniniR ',.I

"H"11If'1C1I1' I, pill. or 5.5 withdraw rVk* front o( Iko 505sillnn ( r. t'Anl.IRI.tI. II Is M .Uir iioiososry to Neon tale. a suMlvialeu Is.
no. Ian parsed ., ,hIPSIii .. ('I.," of Clm.lt ro.r|
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K. BltADLKT aft.r Ik. oo.olnsild ofIt. I 01 (lap /'nsslp rl.rl4... b .. If ... a .MIn
day ipoh, 1 W.. ooaiaWU. quad, you
l . IA 11 r own
rialallll'tAYMoNtt ... Ik. I
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or at I4lndal00t5Ca ITMIK It I .la ......111... antr Into writ.,. rilA. nMnelM with M moiioy ..... PayMUat

J STATIC nr yWHIRA j jI I :.0 pootrirl wIll Ohs 110: I I ...... ...u...
RAYMOND ... ttH4JNS.. ''oat* lo 5..04..5wIll Ikr ran tog UKKOM. ; : / dro ko .Uw M 140 IT ft'*" >a.....
rut; Addraa I........ ... *..l4 k4. aad .1.l /. loot, 104.... r.OTUN a kfWk | k. .. >ae as
rOR SALE .r aEN1'-I bedr'mhowe -- "OT.l.- I ...,.., oluri4 that I a c...air o ....,.., *.rfrmaai,. ". ii .......>, unmikal
heater fwrnbhed t.nvenlent tEOAL \Notir'IN _____ -1 .ail Yu, ..aro. ... flied, ...1... pas .tt4 ..,..... ..,.., kwa4 wit.. T J. AI..'_. .... ....., For *o. .... ..,.....u.... nu toN .*.,.. *.W* as4
I rol'RT iV ...4 aad ...ffl.bs000.1.5 l llawlK
TIE CIRCUIT: m4 hereby f. ,. > f Ika f.l > MrilftoalM kal
to MIaMI and ehvefc. IN tLAY CUINTY : Bllll4 .I.J.IL: : 11.lart.ry !. Ik* Clw..' la rk. '11.4 .... aoriiflraiM. a lay P O. .... 171 Oraote Park.
taoa DOOM .
IN AND run oovo .
CIRCUIT COURT .. Mall /. QoBly
THE ....... ., gat. of Ik. -.! ...
Pone 214-4244 J-10-Ue 1'otait.YWIIIDA. rUiHIDAIN I 00 aro .."..I ,..eire, I* fll'our '. : .4 U ko lM *4 -,1 *
AID rOH. LAT IN (1IANCCHT I', CHANHCHT "0. III snows, wish Ik. Clerkkl .1, ::Id Tka klddcro. aald Ik agra.t.al : I I .MiriMt.' a .:. aad : ofMoanvo
T1IK: WIU.lAMUBI'rUI .4 Court, sal I* MM o oopi la Isarp.rald oroMai lha 4eplpllss of Ik* rtorloU.KAMI.
of Ik
IAVINOI BANK. corporation.ruiatitt ,k.rMf span Ika. Plaintiff otro : form Tka ml .roMilt. soIb.. awn .In
Outboard M...... iNS )II. THE VtlLUAMSUUHO (INUI a I t. >.. wio sown aad ...,... ;hill k* Iaxl4a4 a. purl a/ IkMdar'a ..1.1I .1I rkwb |II WM IMM4 *,* **
corporation. Ofaooaal.HuM.r .
MANU a 'I V'I 1 lag kid ..ll.w*''
eel l Good Condition. $1210 rlalnilff I.wv a is *TROI'ittnd l C. a API* I I *' *a lifrii a. MMl I'*ruru... N*. III a| I..
Cu, Gel 2I4J17 VI I I iionrirr. HACHKU I). IT Hull). PO..** MI .5 > ..(*., y lo lb. o'T. .., ..._ Mar II. A U Solo.
: I I. D HIINlEWAY ... PtAKItllUlll : 1'.1 Oran l.... Springs. "en' a. 10.5.f r.*.rM Ik* rlk I 1.*.*'. HIIHIKWAY: his _lf*. '' all lf*Pof.ndaala I laiar Ikaa April IHk .. ". .5. .*!.. .larfarwallll. ,lo oa, "> I* ".....* rial ..,... tot
rOB IALEU ft Boat, tat- i5l.sdeataaoTll'1 .r II rr .. I 4. sad .. r.larl .., ., ai\ .orlaaaMam . . . . . .
1 ftorritsi ( . . . . . . . . .. toI
tWr Pr.'anfoMo .... al oar kid aa u.
I or at IT ,. I ur rumiiiA If voo fall lo /. so. or lo ar la okl.k aM4 It 4.laH
I II ly with THai STATE t
equipped remeto .
eon* .
nllOl' ('' will .0..1.0.4.ons' .5, owaiklaoiua of all ri al I A"_ .
THK STATE Or FI>IKIDATU TO: RUBKHT. LEWIS: .... .... .i4 ... dn>**.. will krMli .
trola. wlndahlcld., canvas a)4PfcOOT .., Man ..ICI .ao fr ,. Hka to4 )* All Mid PPs7rSp kla. lo,I.I.
KIHUKWAf U I* .... .f tl*,
,. ComolalalTk. pr 515 MN Ca.air .f lip ..... af
eoTer UfeUckeU side cuisine. : MOTH HIIHJKWAT: "' r. a N*<*I Las.Nu.Ik. ) .. . . . . .. . . . .
aalora of **M colt 00)04r (.. ". n. ' ..,..... AlltJRtla 1.p . . .o. .5. '
ater akla. tilt trailer SO liP whoa K.*|.**.. and addrn .J I VirginiaRACIIr44D pbs f.hda.po *f Humus nor.. '. (* 'I'"f. 1'.1.. i*..k MrllfUala. or *.,, ftMrotUeo II BfD)
1I..wn. TTOVDs .* Ika property i nrk .of Or. i ..''. '''.'.* ....11 rdMm4 M. I *
tvlnnde.. This Mint Is going yes arc hereby n.llfl4 Ikat.aIt .. t.'wl* .IrisOosss "..._ ral4 I* O.y < ...., ('I., .....,. I.* 4iao, I* ... |ka pf.a.Mr d.a.rlM4 .
... ... ..*. fil4 aialact r / I.ws, 1111
I .
1.nU 4.wr11'.4 a / Apr4 lo .* h ..""...,* al MIIflMlM .
.... I/C .
at 214.7I 4
a bargain ..- Phono .. lbs. .be.. *.'''1'' -( a Ns'Ibw.0/NIP / f sl -- -- Will .

..1, 1. 1'. ,.., Ns .,. k..,.., r..nir4.. CUrkof t. V.. a. ". .*Vtr... HMK '" :t. 55.05 511 500,0 5u.Is.a . "..... ,*TICM .,..., ... Mid Ik. ooerl 10 loslobs.5 TOWN . .. . . ITATI 'se
.. U rfla.
hue yo.r an* r with Illl. Narlk"' fakarka. .. . .
u5. Ik
sa No.M..4ap
tkl Con a..4 to **rv. aropy T*. ore h".kr loan.Ib.l. .S. II'..* I'-,. ..,..... 51.1.'soole "i THN (" """IT cm-nT oillm to M.alk ., lisp IMI ...!.11 I* J
CATTLE and 1100 BREED* ,h.r.of yeas Ik. Ptaiailtri soil bas .**o flldIkal un$ 1 riA/MTM' IVI>|CALtirwtiT ;
.. ..u".. ...... sod : < I.\1: 4.r IMI
when aa.. aad Id U ... sO = ) or rl/uuiiiA irf 5141.1 510Mlap
atirar I WITMCOS .
ISO Eipert In artlftcUl .tomlnaUea drool 151rnkLMAN *.. ar* ......, rsyslyd I. .f Mid Coon al ."... r... AND nil 1I.AYIN t1' Utl'. ...5. ,. of April. PIIONl! .. .. 5e

Wbea JeW ... bready. RICHAHDOWH A III. *wP snow.r with' in' O:rkIkl ".rt'If.. Oar r....... P1ud.. t> til Itara.H BaakHvlldlng d Cssn. ad U or* Mush. AUMl IIi tlir :
WATIM .Is.i Hik *jy ol 1'11.0.
*f cw.au Coops
lI'a. know .teuMdlsUfr.Mmne JarkacaiTillo. .. rir 500, i..,*.of span 155 PIsulHr/. ",,_ f," .f !
(lap C-aiy ru '*
GCS 214-1411. 1111OR .".,..ya' ...- a*- soace. .. nriuiR U CAHLJaXsl (' 5YILLM.Oa Pistil. / /. (U. II M
I :"a-.t:
0sttISIN this May U. A U, NVSrmVMAN "*,. .f rr.oil l oortlir C*ai:. c' ', \
I\IMU'U''Oll! fttil f ti fi.1N111MANI.aa -- -- -- -. -
RENTl Nice S (Kdroooa IMIIf WAtwoS. I V r, w.r::Hal I
.1 ta fall I* N a* Dwrr *: ...,.." Maak. ...1....... .. .. M Nt'ANINIKUSOIIIN
bile painted. I..... .. .. .' . '
newly will. K I .
I | C.sf..se .. ... .. ,
Sse1..s.n11. ,, IlanM . .. .L 514 M. 5.A..Jtfr.
..t. "._...., Urf yard IPaliiorr .....' pee for. c..1.T" ,M vend l llr thin M., 4, : IIL IHIU - - ...N .".. I Clay County Democratic Executive Committee
HMHd 4 I I. IiMfofn leVI'MTT .
..,. ...... Call rnN y Shun* ., ..ld son k laitmt ,..eill N 4. k ..,er.. ..- hufsd.ss.1II .
... "'.,._ will -- .TAT or n NM A
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Farce. Ut.l2l1. lOtteLADY Ik. fortU. *.ro of *a4lMl a.ala. *< ,.. for Ik* r.lMIna4 b. '.' MAMU TH, ( I/ANLNS M f. 41/50)5].
srswl.rng ill prw Sill Lair, .4 I* Ik, CV. UlLTk I M TUB Clrirt.:I1.S :14 ,,UIH o4 rl'.M.' 1/ m'AHIUHOII .
WANTED pr..5le.e 1 ha nay JolUwt: a.lr. .! said ** S ..!.. ruIN < "> hoe. wife Mo.4.o>(.: Rallies
-Tic Mft 1.1..11.srrSb.4 a* for ik* fncUr. *r oMnex* CI/AA/LM""/" M.. Mil Ii......

>lend daytlaae e b altllMItojtt i 1Ili. TWcITK Illl, PtArK I IIRllnK. ...kria Ik* (..prtad I"' U.IAYaKN.J IA!. to. .'. kaioky pMIfiSlat.
rtrtlTTKaV* H4 M&Ala'M. I. ._ Iwsl.4/n air C_*if( HKCM w ..!. Mo *.**> I.M *..IM.
furnish .*. tramport'kUoax I KIT .. .**.rda. I rtorM.. 4.rn"" limos.IJ'r II. .u .sec"usi ..>. !. la. ale,. *o,Mt4 **o*..
PhoM OP M4-SK4 I. put ,k.w*1 '__'"4 .i.. | ItI 5110K / p1H4.AIR, ..4 ,... t.o o.o kkfnr4 N. I
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4 Etotj( ( County OrcsccMt! THURSDAY, .......1.1M4




:! i Funeral Home : LIBRARY WEEK I II Mrs.Sports Jerry Writer Koa .

I The O. C. S. Little League
CIIAIILKS[ ; IIKLM: National Library Week will welcomed two new sponsors Into .
be observed at the Oreen Cove the association
Funeral DirectorY I Public Library next week with The hew sponsors an Oreen !t' Chocolate
,4 I several special events planned.' Cove Sprints Yarn Co. Bese- .8at

i 1 d Phone 2S4-OGUC!) ; The national slogan "Read ler Motors. Orange 11 ass. 100 Fine Quality Muslin
I Ing Is the key" U appropriate With J. P. Revels Ford Moto. S /55 Peanut Butler! 11x18: (doable)
GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA to the local library which tings: I II rama. J. P. Hall and IOn, Cha- ,
mVT U EAST P. O. BOX 445 I IU circulation almost twice as ne'. Cafe and''the Coca Cola Morton's FrozenDINNERS Or Combination SHEETS $1.49
heavy aa last year and the reference Bottling Company are largely - --
I service equally as great. responsible for approximately 39< CANNON
t' Local citizens are finding 160 young boys being able to "Su r-RI it" Short Shank Smoked Fin Quality Muslin
Paid Political Advertisement I that reading la the key to both participate In organized. base' Super Right Sliced Vacuum 4txS<-Ftc. of S

recreational enjoyment enlightenment"Reading I I and informational .. ball.The boys are In training now,I Packed COOKED 12-oz.HAM PKO. 99f PICNICS I I PILLOW CASES

ii the key" displays the first game of the season 59YUBAN
Jesse P. Tynes Jr. of new books will be exhibited will be played April 21. Super Right Select
I during the week. Names of the player will ap. BEEF LIVER LB 49 INSTANT
I Open house will be held at In this <
pear paper. .at a later C to.$-U. S oz. JAR
the library during library hours date.
Cap Johns Frozen
: ) FORSUPERINTENDENT I on Friday, April IT with re- Managers of the teams are Breaded Uncooked 91b, pkg Average 29 COFFEE 19 89f
freshments. New residents of Oreen Cove fiprtnn Yarn Co., LH.
I the community are especially Jimmy Harper and ,Walt Cha- GOD PORTIONS 99 BLUE
OF SCHOOLS Invited to visit the library at ney; Beseler Motors Rufus I I Quick Frozen DressedFLOUNDER
t this time and meet the staff WHOLE OR MAYONNAISEQUART
|I T U 0 It If and Frailer Bailey,
u well as examine the mater. Chaney's Cafe, Fred Llnsley,K. : LB 39 tale available. This will also bea P. Hayes and Louie Bovine; .
Quick Frozen HeadlessSfflUP
good opportunity for the P. Hall ft: ton :Frank Cox J'j 48tDOLE

J. i long time residents who are.I I Oeorge Owens; J. p. .J.LB.I7 7 79 t "Saper.ltight" Heavy Western Beef
not regular users of the Library I II I Ken Clevenger and L. L. IIAWHAN
EXPERIENCED , 15 YEARS I to become acquainted and Coca Cola John nnfla'i Special I Jane Parker H .lb.
with the library program. and W W. Bentley.RUMMAGE l 1jC.1ilt'Ir, 1'acs$9c; i ; ! CHUC K: PINEAPPLE JUICE
contest for
I A poster young.sters
Jane Parker Oold or Marble, 1 qt. 14 01. can
NOW In grades 1-6 U now In
progress. All. children In the 3 FOR $1.00
SALEThe C'AKK: Loot 40c
area are Invited to submit a ROAST
Special! Mazola
| poster reflecting any aspectof Hlblsius Circle of the
rending, libraries, books or
Oreen Cove.
Springs Oarden
related subjects. Books will be I Club will hold a'Rumma.e Special I DelMante IVi-ot. eana14nrA FRUIT COCKTAIL
I It'"'a'H 7 for -$1fv1) S'tense Fun
to the best
I Do Not / / awarded as prizes Bale on Saturday April 11, at
AVfvFurther 1 Ib.
I I three posters turned in by the VJ.A, Patio, starting at' I HP 4 Cycle Country Boy EA. Cut 43 C Cut 49 C can
I Academic; Work To lit Krai April IS. Participants may enter S:30 o'clock., LAWN MOWKK: *4l95H : 4 FOR 89c
I their choice on the back Inch Plastic 60 Ft.OAHDKNII08K UI. 1411.
TedinicaHiQualtfiol; I of the poster. Winners will be ) ; ; $UIO
1 selected by popular vote during FAIR PLAY

-the open house.--, HAVE: AT A&P, SPECIAL; M'VLK; KEG: APPLK} CHARCOAL201Br

Paid Political Advertisement 1 BAG 99<
JUICE! -QT. 14.0%. 35c

CANS For Salads Cooling

Tho present aiinjuign\ IIHH Neon a lot of ronfuxlujr. (]!MCUMHOI! about! (ho

qualifications of candidate1 In nu attempt\ to Mow awn) this nmohc.Kcreen : OIL! 59t
here In I Dr. Prick'H JI'rHoulllll.\tt'r\ to mo abort>> t hilt nilufitioiuTHK MILK 12 I'KG.QT, 79c ROYAL PIE -FILLING KEY-LIME:

PLOIUIU COMMITTKK; ; ........................__...... ,...........-..-........-.........." ,

HERMAN fRICH( CHAI Naas. ovtttonding senseof I
& STAMPS i "" STAMPS -- -
i SCHOOL OF IPUCMIOMHomo lair ploy' Is one of the J COUNTRY MILL
ft t e'aw
moil' Important attribute Cilia tale .000poa a y.rea of -II 1 lb. 12 os. Jar
fLORIDA Mi new office colts'for." C .1. NI t VUt Ihli eoupo* A urch*.* of
I Ur.lrs"+,ltl/FII}: 5I'! I JfAKKI;I HKA.nS: 6/1J'!) N I II SYRUP 49f .

March 90, 1064 ORLANDO SENTINEL AX. ..Ia... 1 lAX, 1.11.11| Rj I IoUPOII
Mr. Calvin Wilcox I L wood tart '"11., April 1)i I 'Cannon food thru Bun. April II III C BRAND
300 Walnut Street I IL

Oreen Cove'Springs, Florida L!._________ _________ ...__.___.__l .._.._. .__...... ...._.........j1"t"i"i"lM1E FRUIT DRINKS

.. Dear Mr. Wilcox; ]] i l i l i E]] I qt. 14 01. can

In response to your Inquiry concerning the Southern Association of Colleges andSchools' 15 E E.\tr 2.'S Era 3 FOR 89t
standard on the qualifications of the Superintendent of Schools I am 'I I (T '*
h happy to state the following; 1.. D Plaid Sfanin -. ... Plaid Sinning s _t ANN TAGS --
1. The standards reads; "The administrative head of the system (superintendent ?,ad hiNA.l Mwra.wM With till. -ouiMiIIS. a purcha.. of II. I. Wltk thlt' ft KRUNCIIY
; .. eipo* .r.r 4
and of the school (principal headmaster etc.) shall have received a graduate Paid for by BkB.MIX 43' t. Mr. nitxrt WMMa 4h.. et*. |- PEANUT BUTTER
degree from an approved Institution, and the major portion of one year of such Kynes Campaign Fund, .. MAKdAUINh( ; :> *l lB
t ... -
advanced shall be designed for administrative and Ronnie chairman lAX. t." wi4 ,
study as preparation supervisory Spencer
1 r*epee noel law S m, April II 'I lAX. 4-II.I4 (Ig 1 LB. S ...
functions. This standard U not rttroacU"2. ." ( C-OIiPOI a oo4 tkr. lea. April II '

The Florida Committee which works with the Association: achools In Florida has ; jjrjMIi1vfil! lwl.I.IWI.I.lil.illla.11illaull : .) JAR 59t

Interpreted the standard as follows: 1
"The Superintendent must have an earned Masters degree' In School Administration BUDGET I PRICED I DaMK Plus A GrapePRESERVES
or In cane he has a Masters degree other than School Administration, he
must have earned graduate credit as specified al) 9 semester hours In School 1OO
Administration; b> S semester hours In School Supervision, and c) S semester a.r+ U
Purchase Of Any I Of The Produce Items 14 U e*. ...
hours In School Curriculum. With This Coupon And The .
,7 Listed Below: 3 FOR $1,00ICFER ,
I. The Association: acts on the accreditation of schools annually at IU meeting *
I 3-I.H. 11.Y.I.I() : ()W ONIONS 29
during the first week In December. Schools are accredited or not accredited' for
the year on the basla of the extent to which they meet standards stt. time w/ 5-LU. IIAfl( PLOIUDA OUAXOKS; 49*

the Association meet In other words If the schools In a system such aa Clay 4-LU. HA(1( .'J.OJUU.nUAI't.mIT: 55 LUNCHEON MEAT
County essentially meet the standards at the time the Association holds IU an.
nual meeting In [)December Including the standard listed In1" above the rice 4111. (IIAO W1NP-SAP) : APPLES. : 5.V "

schools applying from Clay County will be accredited. If. on the other hand 10-1.1\.11.\0( WHITK: I'OTATOKS; 49* '. 12 Ole CAN 39<
the does meet the standard In "I"
superintendent holding office at that time not U
Coupon Oood Through April .
above the schools would not be accredited.' PATCH

r 4. Since we. are In an election' year now In Florida. and the Superintendent-elect Uc.t'1tt._._: :. lt '.,I ,' I. ,', "S SI'Mftd I... 1 ...

will officially take office within, a month of the next Annual Meeting' of the OIOCKLESJAR
Association U the Superintendent-elect U qualified and the schools Involved essentially NEW EASYSP1NDRIER with Potk" D,4itgtal I ft.mmr Del ...... 11gM Meal
meet the other standards the Florida Committee will undoubtedly recommend OMM Isway l-Ik. e*. ALL wVaOty I te.eej.
) that the schools be accredited. The recommendation would more likely CRANBERRY SACC1W CUtTOt TL1AN 29FREE<
be accepted It the 8uprlntendent were already directly Involved In the ? Old .-... Cast s
administration\ of the achools.I. Always save W,U Ckltttd FROZEN DRINKS IM DtCertMI Otaal Fkg. .

WASH, RINSE, 0.... .e.*y Cta.k rryFU4 SAIL II*
U yew seas slate yes almtty have a Mutate o>ir e U aa area chatty. related NBC 11.... Pkg. !
.. E4 rUa ,.. ea. soot Ute reeelrwMBte ., Ute sUadard ..ed t. *1* SPIN DRY YOUR IMUeJVKV VANILLA WATBtS IHLeeadry It.,..... M.s A afeewMVSBROOMS
ebeve ky e.. WUnc the ...... week **tirW4 !. .>* ae.... CettaUty h la ,..- COCKTAIL IN a.a. w
silk Skit y*. CM 4. Skis ky Jaaury L. INt.I. WEEK'S LAUNDRYIN B1aei14 T*! IN OX* DCRARLR
La CW Me.ilsss a.oaox'u, - -
U at Ute UBM lie FteHda r. aatllUe. BMeU U Mitre IU. reset U Ue "'UwnAlMe&au.a ONE HOUR I em, CM NlM LH.e e*. ea. PLASTICLAUNDRY
'1 Nat N.**.Wr, yes kave ........>4 as met M half ., Ike B*.eeftt'd I CHOCET 971 t.Igss Klee iM .... CAT FOOD '4 ft* If*
M wick l.WU....., sal are rwrreaUy UkUg the r*....... west te ke e...VU4ky "- DCXTAL CRSAM IMS .....
Ike eM ef 0-.... Ute ... '... w..M iss. tkat ye. wall. ke jaWWdky $149.95 Deals l ..eaa ftIUt.... Fwk wgw
Jaavary 1. sad w...U take IU r+ro_....>.lia a......|". air rooo i I.e IU c.--Rv I-... DY/ecgeM g DtLLnCKLU U.a.DOG SM BASKET
.Uk trade
It you have further questions which require, cUrlfteaUon. please write me.Sincerely. ALL DETERGENT 'tH .. ....
riNGCR-Ti> CONTROL' ann IMUiiie4 W est . . ..
I GIANT no. IAdd Ds4.e e.l ... .. I a/-.*. Pt' OIVJLV AWAY
HERMAN:: FIUCKIlennao ""RAtA TOM WASH RINSO BU'E SW WULK TM rOTATOUIN 914t'iMeo sbe edar. FrMay zed
Frtck Chairman Florida CommUUenm'"ldM I* ACTION HIGH SPUD MAIN ......,. At. I. aNaL
on Secondary! Schools '. ''' I I tkki AdnitSM ne4 are gwd tkrevik ltarday. A *O ILVe II" Rigtwsy n.
Bouthera AseodaUon of CoUeg and Schools eVeMneeM trte.ltt with a 10.00 or nor

; AUCtts-l\us tuGItURLABC.TV I > lIe PLAID STAMPS IUIC.A_ ,under only' at roar

VOTKh : \ ...K S s-s r wr.r w a... last Srs9sp

t i. u. CAlA'l.V WILCOX : alt e1cle tt.olLalw DRAKE PARK
"r" gu|>erintcutloiit of Pultllo Ju truction 'I UI ..M At*. \L pelt I' A&P STOKEPAOUIOIlT
< Greta Can lt iac.
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