The Clay County crescent
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 Material Information
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 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
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System ID: UF00079902:00120

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I Mrs. McCullers Gets Five Years : -.I.II Jack Day Charges Wilson

,. Mr, Lob McCullert cot flu years knocked on ner 19 It-
J year sentence for manslaughter during a 30-month legal atnig
fie which ended In Clay County Circuit Court last Thunday. With And
t But the JJ-yrar-old woman ,want at all happy about the Incompetence
decision. She had placed all her hopes to escape prison in the
k handa of Circuit Judge Edwin, Jones And when he sentencedher '
Thursday to serve five yean for the shotgun slaying of her
husband nearly three years ago she collapsed and wept so Failure In Official Duties
1. _. _ _ loudly she could be heard throughout the courthouse.The .
rYa strange and sometime bizarre rue started on the
night of May 2, 1981. when Mrs McCullers shot her husband
Donald at their home near Orange Park, County Commissioner Luther Wilson took a sound verbal
Officers ,who appeared on the scene reported that Mrs. clobbering at the hand ol two men who an running against
McCullen freely admitted she killed her husband .with\ hb him for the County Commission at Saturday nlght'i rally
shotgun after tint taking a practice shot to determine If she I In Doctors Inlet .
could fire the gun 4 0 Kverett: Ivey, one of Mr, WlUon'i opponents charged
The victim was shot In the back of the head while he 1lt that roads that have been scarcely traded during the put
lay In bed presumably asleep. our year are suddenly undergoing an electton-year manicure
lie had just administered a beating. to Mrs McCullen and I In a last ditch effort to reelect the encumbent
she said that w as the reason she shot him a And Jack R. Day, repeating his challenge to debate the
1 She was Indicted for first degree murder. her confession r .real l bum** of the Count)''' growth, charged that Mr Wllion'i
showed, clearly It was a case of pre-mrdJtaUon. record .was one of "incompeUnr. failure and bigotry
,r. Her first trial opened In September of 1981, She entered' a Reiterating his previous statemenU that the County Commission *
plea of not guilty by reason of Insanity at the time of her crime has failed to take any part In attracting industry and
time of the crime. new payrolls to the County, Mr Itay said the ar..a' Industrial!* ,
Her attorneys called a number of ,'Itnl'lll'lho. testified ration mud be an Integral part of the ComntlMlon'i program.
'ET'' that Mn McCullen was frequently beaten and subjected to The retraining o( our older brrad-wimun U essential It
'" 1 sadistic treatment by her husband while he was Intoxicated. they an to even be eligible% for social security But the Commission *
; Her child by a first marriage was also threatened according to : haa overlooked this In lla eagerness to talk about the
testimony Mn McCullen was pictured as a woman who dec VViiVw4 road program that has never materialised"
pentely sought security because of a childhood marred by di He reminded the audience again that when Louie U Hunt
vorce. Pry travel the Commission there will\ be no oolleg trained man
Her mistreatment In her childhood and by her husband re* serving on It. He Mid he believed that Clay Count war worthyof
suited In this temporary Insanity on the night of May 9, her better Ulan that i
attorneys argued Mr, l>.y will receive his degree In business admlnlatratlon \
Out a court-appointed psychiatrist ruled she was sane at at Jones Colbg, Jacksonville, In September,
l ly the time based on the definition of law of inanity In rebutting the chariei of bU two opponent, Mr. WUeon f
The 12-man Jury was. sympathetic. They returned the w aid he look pride In the fact he had been able to ten hie Lord
lightest conviction possible manslaughter which carries a In faolllUUnc construction of UM road leading to UM RuaaeH
penalty, of'from one to 20 rear Baptist' Church ......
"+ e i Put Judge Drank Elmer wasn't nearly<< so sympathetic asXUM 4'Mad.stCbaltlba40 Mt Wilson M the lubjeot last week el a biting attack In
Jury.'Judging the CAM'strictly tn CM light ol the law, IM said Mrfj 9f 1 fH OoefeT, finely IJem*. 'I.hpUt. weekly t**.p*|>*ri In IM County. r \ t
1rsl .'WJurVv'> hduMVave convicted th clefendtA" oTflnt"ttegft* iaetle..Mlkewnan.be' ha )artelded/ aN tk e PMMeralle A paid polltictl admUsivneiit charged him with deretteUon
murder baaed on her testimony that she killed bar hatband after trleaery ralUe. $InlrwdM another ataeraeA, .f his duties In (I) haro-.trlgM an taretUgation ef charge. I
first taking a practice shot. lie sentenced her to im yean, toeo/ly three. year old againel Jam** Jbwwlees, lye attempting I
4W taking Into consideration the six month she bad already spent to Justify UM aotvptane ol a Ud foe County equipment thai was
4 In Jail awaiting trial V 11300 over another bid; ell failing to do anything about local
Th caw was appealed and Mn McCullen was 'released : acquisition UM naval bat al Oran Cove which.. repreeenU
a V on bond. Bh found employment In Jacksonville and awaitedher In the CommlasMiU. (It) dragging hw feet In utilisation of II p
: fate. million ol road bond funde at a net coal to the County ef .loe*
The District Court of Appeals mtreaed the derision and to. $300001m additional Interest charge; and ordered a new trial. The court ruled that testimony by a pay In "_"," mretlnre of the County loasmis Ion at UM County
chlatrtst should not have bo admitted because: It was baaed 00 Bern
hearsay. The State Supreme Court upheld this decision tn at Itarond Uila verbal tilt, the political """,. tile followed UMterwral
(Staff rb.U .y OetM 1[...) appeal by the Attorney Oncral. paltered al.41JaI4 down! a lung recitation, In many
A new trial was ordered and art In January. Mn McCullert s1 instances of the marital ..tatUi.he number of children. UM j"
Mr.. UU MrCaUere leavet the Ceanty C.u1 Ilorwe afterWine could not be tried the second Urn on a charge greater than church: and fraternal affiliation of the candidate.
I _tntft by Clrtolt I.... Edwin Jenre &. five yean manslaughter Th Jury was selected and then, after lengthy
In prIMa fer the glaring It mamba .... .f her husband conference, she decided to plead guilty.
D.o akl, u be war tlreplng at Ibc4r ..... In Orange rark.I The reasoning behind her guilty plea was that the trial
was a calculated risk. And even If she was 'Judged I Innocent I by : Hardeman Merger
reason of Insanity Judge Jones could have placed .her In an
John Hall Honored -I Institution for treatment. 80 she threw herself on the mercy t

I of the court. ''To Be Voted On
Her attorneys pleaded she bad shown the could rehabilitateand
By Farris BryantJohn lead a useful life. Her child, who had been staying wttb
I I her father tn Teas wanted to reunite with her mother, they k"o I torkhulderi. of Paul Hardeman. Int. of which Climate
staled. They pointed to. UM suffering and anguish had
Hall hat been namedby him a lifetime member and ID C fi4Uk>nlnf U a tut.wtatf..n4 iturkholdert of Young' A>rlntfA
Governor Purls Bryant u reciting the facu of hie v|. suffered during her lifetime and th trial. The they argued ', Wire Cap will Kite twit Wednesday on a "merge .f Herde
the man who In the PUt year I I I year carter In the office from was punishment enough man and' Wu.i Thla was r**..l.l teat wetk In the annual
has done moat for the develop* which he will shortly mm ,I But Judge Jorge dldnt think so. resort ol Unlvereal ""Amerkan. "t\Jfh (lard oars U an M-per*
rnent and prorrw of Cay I -_ - -- z. I centowned ittbildlary
County.A I I llardrman .has ensue .lealee In eiceee of 1154 million.
certificate. tlcnrd by the II Yturxl. sUe hut year were more than IU mlllloaUnlvenal
Governor war prteented to Mr, I Drunk Driver Held In Ovvings Injury I Amefken |lad year erodured the highest tale
Hall, who I Ia sheriff and alao o and profits. In Ite blew, and lnnea ed IU rot worth by more
president of the Bank ol Omen I than M pf cent and IU baekk\* bf 21 p-r eenlHardMnan. ,
Cove Bprtnji, at a breakfast I I wtikh .la M per eenl ...n-cS.r UnivertaJ) Aroert
last Thursday sponsored' by UM I rfcalrwMS) el Ike. seedy ........... Esetie fe* ..'", al Uie same time .,.,.... IU emitracl backlo: by more
Clay County Chamber of Com ........ *.- T ........ ate ..... if ..... .o .HMM .... than M ,., sent and IU net worth by more then 1$ per c.nl.llMdMMAi .
inert dtdale*. Climate CvndlllorUnf division' la preparing la
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meet award ... made on t b,. An I The djvtaton. le one. el three prime contractor' for the maeeive.Mlmrmm .
b&lI-'r the Chamber by Con : mmnenot building al Cape Kennedy,
way Owtnf*. upertntend of I In we )wi'pij. lul.. annual! ,. .+ t. U"" .".' Amertean ef--
th Orven, Con Bprtnn Yarn 141.1. Mi4 "In UM sheet apes el five yean, that( company
Co. has green from a comparatively small 4urneetl' tnterprUe.an .
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Ctag County (Srcsccut!! THURSDAT, APRIL t3. 19&4

(Wag (Eountij: Crescent $)otlibfeerby Around and Aboutby Speaking Contest Winner -


The Killer: A Drunk DriterIn Excepting only Franklin Roosevelt no President in the What X am doing in Spring! Park at seven o'clock in the ,

Twentieth Century ever looked so much the part u Warren morning calls for quite a little explanation as I am not a guy j

the very few month in which Conway Owlngs has beena Oamallel Harding. I saw Harding in my house when I was you will expect to find in Spring Park at any time as the last

part of the economic and social and civic life of Oreen Cove, nine years old and he looked to me like a aging Oreek god. time I am here, the grass is going to pot, picnic tables are I

he has made himself a very Integral and widely respected partof But I think History will record that Harding was one of for the birds and the whole lashup looks a* if the custodian has i

that life. the two or three worst Presidents the United States has :split the scene.Naturally .

For this and other reasons, we all must wonder about the ever suffered I I am pleasantly surprised to see green grass all YS

accident that gravely Injured him. We all must say to ourselves: around and about and the grass has a very nice shave even
For many reasons, I have often asked myself why Why notice that the South bank is
"There, but for the grace of Ood, go I, In the middle of the week. I also
Beyond the fact that many whose hearts and prayers was Warren Harding such a miserable President Was bulkheaded and things look absolutely all right. X am further
Warren Harding a knave, a crook, a conspirator
to Mr. Ben Zellner walking here and there and
surprised see
will go to Mr. Owing for a speedy and complete recovery, there
are two lessons to be learned by such an accident. No, I think not. But many of his friends were. President looking at one thing and another as if he loses something.

The first of them, we submit, Is that the State of Florida Harding was under political obligations to and appointed However this Is not the case as Ben tells me that he Is simply

should make It so rough on anyone who causes an accident to high office more trash than ever in all our history Inspecting jobs that are completed by work parties of one kind

while under the influence of liquor he will think thrice before hit Washington in one 4-year perold. There were exceptions and another and he wishes to see that these jobs are done

getting behind the wheel of an auto to jeopardize the lives of ; notably Charles Evans Hughes, who was Hard. according to Hoyle. r
of Florida and the automakers Mr. Z invite me into the snack bar for coffee and X am a
others. The second Is that the State Ing's Secretary of State and one of the towering statesman
sooner or later are going to have to face the question and intellectuals of our time.I little more than somewhat flabbergasted at what I see. The

squarely of how fast an automobile can be driven.The emphasisthus last time I am here pinball machine are all over the joint andit
far has been on speed rather than safety am honestly worried at some of the friends of some is about u pleasant a* a funeral parlor on a rainy day. Al

Man's reactions have not kept up with the progressive of our candidates. I have backed Jesse Tynes and I will con. though I am not a dude to throw roses all over the place, I
tine to, not with money but with all the glaring 10-watt Mr. Ben get ,b
capabilities of the auto makers to build cars that will move wish to say right here and right now that can
faster than human reactions. bulb of light I can focus on the race he is in. What does he elected to anything he wishes as far as my vote Is concerned. Ctnctirr PHOTO sv Cm golf
owe met Nothing. Ill hold him accountable, as I would if I Well we converse pleasantly about one thing and another
senior at Clay High School, I'ftItITIS
had not backed him, for some notification as to the meet. and Ben asks me how In the wide, wide world do I ever get Bob Conkey, center a
ings of the School Board. But I don't believe my advocacyof to Oreen Cove Springs! as this is a most unlikely place for a first prize award last Friday la the County Soil Consemtloi

Jesse Tynes Is going to hurt him because he will never man to settle who get around as much as I do. speaking contest from J. W. Fulford, left representative of 8t

A Vital Issue: Youth Recreation owe me one penny, one job, one confession, or one vote "It Is like this," Mr. Z. and we will have another cup of Recta Taper Company, wh gave the awards. Allen IL Lait-
b shewn at the
con-erv.tlonlit right
(and I would not run for constable in either Clay County, coffee as I will most certainly make you wish you never ask Inter, County Soil la

The confession late last week of a 15-year-old boy in to which I am a newcomer, or in Norfolk County, whereI this question. the area contest which was held en this Toesday at CU;

Oreen Cove that he had burglarized five establishments, In. am a known "political enty-ty as my friend C. W Scar "One upon a ship which happens to be in a place called High School Bob Cooke: placed third.

eluding the Penney Farms Post Office, should be a terrible reminder brough used to put It when he was wheeling and dealing Pusan Korea, X submit a chit to the skipper which says that Jam COXKEY TOPS IN SOIL SPEAKING COXTES'

to every citizen of the County that we are woefully in political enty-tles, if the job of constable paid 1100,000 sick and tired of bathtubs called LOT. Furthermore" I say on BT ALLEN LASTINGERBob

short of and backward in the matter of initiating a supervised a year plus expenses), this chit,where it asks for reason for transfer, I am sick and
17-year-old senior at Clay High School too)
tired of the Korean war u I am not rested up from World Warn
of recreation for our youth
program Sam Saunders I rather gather!. Is being back by the top honors and won $25 In the Soil Conservation dlitric
Surely the parent of this boy are asking themselves why present encumbent in the office for which he is running. yet elimination speaking contest In Clay High School last Friday
"Well, the whole upshot of the thing Is that I do not hear
did he do It.
I can only infer that John Hall's backing la about as in* Others placing in the contest were Carol Spearman,
the odd miscellany he from my request for quite a spell and go right on hauling
He had no need for the money or
nocuous u mine. To those who have hated John Hall'spolitical senior of Clay High, placed second and won $20, Carol Baker
the thrill that teen-agers North Korean prisoners from Koje to Pusan where they are
took. He almost certainly did It for
sagacity and who are happy to have him retire to representing Keystone Heights High School, placed third in>
their elders or, perhaps, made South Koreans again and sent back to get captured by
derive from trying to outmaneuver ;
private life, the very wont that can be Inferred from his won 15. Joe, SobatU of Clay High placed fourth and won 110
else to do. the North Koreans. This on for sometime and finally
entirely because there just wasn't anything backing of Sam Saunders Is that one day John Hall might goes Beverly WUford of Orange Park placed fifth and got IT.50, am
The most immediate and inexpensive method of putting everybody decides It Is a very bad war u nobody is winningand
conceivably ask Sheriff Saunders to appoint him a deputy
into action a supervised program of recreation for our teenagers even if somebody wins, they do not know what they win or (Continued on Page Three) .
because John Hall might not know where his next meal
would be through the channels of public school system.It was coming from. what to do with It if they find out what it is. -

should be done and done quickly before any more victims "Naturally the longer I am on this LOT, the more I do not all. He says that people come from all over the United State

of no recreational system are scarred for the rest of their lives. I suspect that In th | ming years John Hall Is going to like it. Although Harry assures ms that LOT'S help no little at one time to drink this water and bathe in it as it is considered

be far too busy looking, the growth of Oreen Cove (which in the canning of World War n, they do nothing in the Korean by one and all to be very healthful indeed.

growth will directly Prof his bank) and to reinvesting his thing but make prisoners of everybody that sets foot on them. "Ben". I say, "What you say is probably very true and

dividends. I believe the most cynical among us must admit Confidentially, some years later, I try to buy one of these ships drink this water every time I get thirsty However, X am at

that a political debt to John Hall at this point Is never from the Oovernment for ten dollars, and I figure this Is at place called Echle's the other nlte when a citizen we all kno''

Go Away; Vm Gotn Ftshin going to be called. Because John Hall doesn't need to call least seven dollars more that It Is worth. The reason I wish and love droops In and plant himself on a stool He tells Echl

It. to make this purchase la so that I can sink It in Norfolk, Vir that his stomach Is upset Ms nerves are plumb shot and

in the report of organizations, glnla as I feel the same way about Norfolk, Virginia as I do personal thoughts are darker than two feet up a stovepipe
There Is a terrible monotony
But there are some younger and hungrier political
Ms like he Is hard abou
Well Echle lips thinking
seek to raise purses
from one end of the County to the other, that LSTs."Well
all read "We went In the savants who may need all the notes outstanding. They'reall my chit for transfer goes to all sorts of places like which blend of ginger ale and sulphur water will make tlui
funds for worthy purposes They who
receivable on call. When these eager young men Waves and reserve sailors, who run wars from Washington, D.C. citizen whole again turns around to the mixing center an;

hoi on that one." Woman Club dance, after nave plastered 19 stickers on everything they could lay and one place and another. It finally ends up In a machine that pours a little of !this and that into a glass. The last thing b
A recent Oreen Cove Junior
hands themselves to their political mentors
small handful of memo on present knows me by number and does not care one whit whether I adds Is Black Creek water that comes from a place call
a great deal of work on the part of a ?
what do the mentors
ben, went in the hole An elaborate entertainment at the say am Hugh E. Smith or John Wilkes Booth. I am greatly surprised Mlddleburg which Echle says he drinks himself for upset stem

Orange Park High School Hoyt Coney Field some months ago Do they say, suddenly and without notice: "Oo away, \ when I get orders to a place called Oreen Cove Springs, achs.
Florida u I ask for San Diego, California. Furthermore "To make long story short X continue, This hums
went in the hole. Th circus In Orange Park two weeks aio was I don't like you. You are a dirty deadeye Dick You plas
pass through my mind u to the moxle of this machine wreck tosses off the Blast of Ingredients Ethic mixes and des
described by Its sponsors, !the. Booster Club and th Orange tered my stickers all over the County; you didn't hold the
Part Jaycees, a* a flop. Th "Kiddles Day Carnival put OR in I tlmeclock on me. You spread rumor in my behalf. I could and I wish It great harm. In fact. I get hold of Potgut OToole, not say a word for maybe five minutes... then he looks a

Oreen Con last week by the Elks Club went in the hole. The not account for what you chose to do Oo away" who I* a friend of min from other day and is working where round as If he Is thinking very happy thoughts Indeed an:
fund raising campaign was hard they keep this machine. I ask Potgut to feed dirty words, with starts saying hello to people plumb across the room,
recent Red Cross Countywide doorbells around The answer, very simply, Is: they can't. They will be my .compliments( into ,this machine that mlstransfen me. "Smltty," says Ben, "I am in a place called Texas onot
to out and
to find enough people go ring
put the County. The result was that the County's quota was not In a corner and tneylhav no, escape hatch. "Fourteen, year later her I am .'#UU la,Oreen Con where X see more cow. and lets milk more rivers and less water
The thing I hold most against Barry Ooldwater Is not Spring! and drinking sulphur water from Spring Park. The and I see further and see less than any place In the world

met. ana.ert Barry Ooldwater but the Idiots who support him.I first time I drink this water, I am sure It runs under some I wish to say that you talk more and say less than anybody 1
What Is the '
body's henhouse but Ben assures me that the smell Is nothing ever know
The answer I* apathy and a widespread lack of civic pride. know of legal suit pending and shortly
a now very
non than minerals and vitamin "
and he doe not know what "O'Bye Ben I say.
Let Oeorg do It. Lean me alone, I got to go flshln or I need to go to judgement. One of the defendants X regard as so -

my sleep or my business Is falling apart. stupid he does not know what has happened. But his

Another answer is, perhaps, that our civic and fraternallife colleagues have committed certain act and he has gone

baa been balkanised; split into a doaen group where a along with all of It. Had he got up on his hind legs at any

single strong group would be more effective. Keystener are not point and said: "I will have nothing to do with this be

Interested In what goes on In Orange Park, nor orange Park In cause I know It is false," his skirts would be today u clean

Oreen Cove, nor the X club In the activities of the Y club. as those of my dear friend in Penney Farms who heads the

The old cliche: "United W* Stand" is a* true a* any Oreen Cove WCTO (and I'm here to guarantee, no skirts
The Bank of Green Cove
generality that wa ever made. were ever cleaner and no girl ever more charming) Springs

But hw didn't.And

the candidates who are being supported by Idiots

and asses tell me they cannot control their supporters.
Ettters in Ebitor Know Your Bank
tlje, The can control them by discharging them, by die - -

claiming their support. This view Is shared I might add.

by other, more experienced politicians in their camp who
To the Day County Crescent: (Editor' Note: W* do not
have no political mentor and dont need them.
know Mister McClain of Mid I
You speak with a forked I
tongue I dleburg but h* sounds Uk. a t.

You own. operate and print real charmer, It may be onlya LAWN MOWING

the only newspaper In this coincidence but this "forked I WWII B Wright, has served the Bank as an auditor

county. and you use it frequently tongue" gimmick I Ia the most .....* K'II"t Efficient: S 'rv'Ier ,* I
to express your personal f for more than two years and, more recently he has taken
favorite phrase of our most Call: /ltd'? > Or LotmirI'llON'K I
desire for prosperity and .
I I t on the additional duties of a teller.
favorite political candidate (for
progress for the County. .
: 284-9260( or 2S4-3424
Then on the other hand political oblivion) James I A native of Maryvllle, Teiuv. Mr. Wright was with

you oommltt ale) an act u Thomas Norton. Tit fact of A
deliberately denying! I 4 the old Oren Cove hosiery min for a number of year
petty as
th* Keystone rally are that one *.
the entire county the new Oroner and two Kotaa for I 'Tf. .4 before It was closH H* moved to Own Cove In 1MT.He .
: {
coverage of an went having o Sr
the importance of a political new and photograph! co,. t n Is a son of the late John Henry Wright a Pres

rally. erase presented themselvesat I ., ._ _
bytertan home who
missionary died earlier this monthat
Why the chow line and when I

Just because a charitable asked to pay, withdrew. That th age of 13.
organization denies a cheap
rule stands Any political or
his and friends
skate, family
a free meal I civic event designed to promote I WILLIS B. WEIGHT

I can only wonder if your the sponsoring organisation al
A.4Itor aa4 Totttr
hope of prosperity" for this which admission: ticket or food

county Unt spelled "OnoNtn" is offend for tale will not get
rather than CLAY
I news coverage In The Crescent .....
X say Hooray for the eaahUr unless* It Is "on.UtbcNIe.U fM" Wtt too___ c_....
at Keystone Heights who d.,
the Democrat! Exocutlv Com
tiled your free meal And you mltte* cant ante up. the cost of I BANK 0 GREEN
ClaD keep your slanted new on COURTEOUS SPRINGS
life. three meals for a tot of fret NEW AND f <

publicity, It win jllbe one
But pay for your' supper I
o night off, relaxing at home and

H. 8 McCain J buying our own supper for Th USED GARSVMNESSBUttKPONTIACJnc. The Oldest and j
Mlddleburg I Crescent surf) I County's Largest


CLAY COUNTY CRIICIHT Ones On Sstac* 254.3339
want I* toot pea CUT it loot re* vat actcur Wa M A Bettor Use b Ma* Yarn MOM WM Mat* lit


uiurrN UOMUO gown _-. ucanu THIS: tit}:IK's: SI'RCIAIs: Con '"* 4-WS3

tvest THWMM *? Canes Pin. '.co ..Ira. a4 FwtUM ass aWtttM %. IWtr re. *...*."..tFa I

.. see .eeew"e.s Member FDIC

Cats* Ki'n5N0 I *.* tl.tuS WrH DMte I I
laceaeevMu lTti ,."
taw fur Mew" r.. car .rw t.e eo- r.em 1&1 W-m Od
tUgCRlP1tON AATtlout
VIA IM AOVANCI .. .4 t j



CHa\t( ( \ County (Crescent FAOK1BUS
II, 1H4

COXKEY TOPS IX SOIL 81')< .\KIX(1( COXTKST luncheon guest of J. P. Hall Jr., at the Qulslsana Hotel kit
Elk's Fun Day Friday.
Paid Political Adv I (Continued From Paie Two) School Tuesday April 21th beglnln at 1:10: PJ-C Ten adjolnlnr
The Area a Speaking Contest was held in the Clay Sigh
Leater Hobben of Orange Park placed sixth and took $S.I
counties will be represented In this contest
Others participating In the contest from Orange Park High '
II i Included Judy Frisbee who placed second In the contest, but r

ass penalised for speaking overtime Norene Ollmore and Eileen I Paid Political AdvertlaemrntI.
Lorentsen also represented Orange Park High School.
Development and use o'
The subject of the contest The
fI,. ,Htvr.st Oi/ tti-tt, >; Hnrermfnt And
our District's Boll and Water Resources for today and tomor
I row." Y.rrpty. Progr"s .',), '(ray ( ouHly Elect

Jack Wilkinson chairman of the Board of Supervisors of

the Clay Soil Conservation District, was master of ceremonies.The I iY T 1 1yy
judges for the contest. were Mrs. Andrewsen of Keystone
Heights the Rev O. N. Craig of Green Cove and Mrs '
William R. Wetgel. Jr.. of Mlddleburg. ni ?
.', r tr"1 St. Regis Paper Company of Jacksonville, and a large
rt 4 Umber land owner In the County provided the money for the''

prices.Prise were presented by James D. Fulford land management :I

forester for St. Regis. Mr. Fulrord said each contestant I
I should be commended: for the excellent. speeches prepared and
delivered In this contest Mr. Fulrord stated he hoped Bt Regis
I will be permitted to participate In this contest. (for many yearsIn I M

the future. I r '. '
The Supervisors, Judges and guest of this contest were the ,
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I Paid Political Advertisement _
l'L PHOTO BY JERRY K02A 4 : ..

Brenda and dilly Otto children and Mr. and Mrs Frank I
Otto of Green Cove were among several hundred children .oat
; who enjoyed the Green Cove Elks Club "Kiddles' Day Car- 4, ;
nival" last. week. Tbe Otto youngsters are shewn riding a ALL VOTERS
flying disc. According &. Ralph W. Mllberger, "h. was In
charge of arrangements the carnival lost. money, .

- .--- -- -- --- -- -- VOTE .

t5bd/i aIuwuZCQnLQIZLL

SUPPORTING JENNINGS MURRHEE M. and Mrs;Saunders an paternal grandparents are Mi.I I C. B. Mosley

nounce the birth of a son and Mrs Tracy Saunders of Ernest Hatcher
Mark West, weighing 6 lb. U Oreen Cove Springs and UH I
os., at. the Patuxent. River Na maternal grandparents are Mr CANDIDATE FOR
I II val Hospital Patuxrnt. River and Mrs. Joseph' Hardy of De I

Maryland on April 14. The troll. .Michigan. COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I -
--- Commission
:!/; .I': 'II"'U Is.1I1'IE I County
Paid Political AdvertisementELECT DISTRICT 3I

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ASK THE FOLKS WHO KNOW HIM BEST- earnestly ask you to check my qualifications and
my standing In my community. Then vote and supporta
JENNINGS MVRRHEE-S WORD Is U* BOND. District 3 man of the highest Integrity and a man who has the

Interests of his County at. heart

It Is with a humole heart that I bring my crusadefor On May I aril-

efficient honest and Impartial law enforcement to you II: \I. K: I'1'r.
the people of Clay Count For the past several weeks I
have been campaigning! throughout Clay County and 1 MAY FIFTH i iI /n. .wav/.Kr" :

wish to report to you, my friends that I am being receivedIn S. D. (Sam) Saunders ,1.* )Yitiir fiimi/M' f'ewIJwlelutwrr, I'm"J:JI
a spirit of good will and fellowship. I know now the I I
people of day County are ready for a change. I should I I .
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say not ready, they are demanding a change Citizens I --- - ---

throughout our County are standing up and being counted
with those of us who know that no person hu a right to three classes
attempt to dictate how any other American should vote. I Winning
say we are free people and it Is through the exercise of,
our freedom we are maintaining our strength

! throughout I appreciate Clay thewonderful Count This encourages support you me are and giving causes me lIf1M in the Mobil Economy Run is easy

me to rededicate myself dally to the task remaining before P
I me. I shall not let you down.We .
if t have transmission.
have heard a great deal In the put few weeks you a great
about experience. It 1s true my opponent has served In the
Legislature. But ladles and gentlemen the legislators Is
not a school for would-be sheriffs. We have also heard a i
great deal about maturity and dependability, but 30 years w 'tt .
ago my generation of Americans wu considered sufficiently } I
mature experienced and dependable to serve our I nut nA taro rite nA auo.
country In this time of national need. I believe If I was f. 1:. CLASS C/ ..-- rlllllA 6111LOh CLASS 0

considered mature enough experienced enough and dependable Aukk SpedI V 6 tt tit ass D' ukk is Sala, , ? 113
enough 20 years so then certainly It would be
difficult. to say that. I am not. Mature. enough experienced iwkk Spedel Y 1, .n.i/

enough and dependable enough to hold public office now CAR I.. . . . U.4I CARfF .. . . .. . . tillCAI

For to me such an experience helps mature. a person and CARCQ. . . . ... . . 17JfCARHH
w was let . . nit CAM. . ,.. . . . .
develop his own self-rellance We all know maturity has
never been based upon age alone but Instead, it has always CAR N ? . . tin CAli I. ... . . .. ,. .. Jl .... .. . .. . .. . . .. IT.M

been baaed upon moral Christian growth.I CAI 0.. ,,. UH CART . .......... ... . .. nACAI II .. . ....... . . .. . .It 11I

believe nothing we know to be Morsllr none can be I CAR *. .... ..... ., , , ,., .tin CAR u...... .. ......... . . 1IJI CARJI. . ............... ....ItNCARM

politically hihL We all know when a man offers himself . .. ..,.. ..... .... .1MM ,
for public office his private and public life must be examined :
carefully to see If he U worthy of this position of
trust. If you find I am not. possessed of good morals. If -..ar. ..M Freer Art ............14'1' .,w.r.. KM tied> ewe .far*e.*..tits

you find I do not have a deep sense of personal responsibility I s.___Cwer..w
. then I say U alwegsre1 mr randldracy for I I .. fMl
would not be worthy to be year sheriff.
Are the people who ere advocating the election! of

I believe your sheriff and sheriffs office should be opponent. destroying my political posters' I have
strong enough to protect the Interest of all our ctUsens: Buick has transmission.
but the. people of our county must be strong enough spoken with my opponent on this subject. It continues. a great
and well Informed enough to maintain their sovereign
control. over this office. M you ran see. I can keep no posters ups

t A non-pohtkal sheriffs office oriented to law enforcement If my opponent hunt the ability to control his own ". ..... .HIM-MIM-O, .e pen l-If M M ftlp fM)lMf phi IMS ... f Mt Tw ...... rN U.I ales. .
XM) wall M' .. M IkMM .rfcM .....1... "lu Ml fen
not political haeke y. yes IM I* SMM mrf WMrtaf MkWII M> M | VWIM SMM |
backers low on earth does be have the ability. to n.man cit "' ..-, N l.... M MM VMlUMtlN ..... M let.1It ....seph oa' 4 Al ta... t..M ..ad. N.IwK

:. A reorganization' of the sheriffs office to preparefor law enforcement In the County where there are H... 1.4..U. fc* ,w MM 1.w l. N .l taws N ... .../wS tad.4 .._ Li tho ka.NIM Is MA pry| .-
the future growth of our county ...e t.. s i. m I..eY w ,........ It ..,"P"a,l H sew led .. ._t.es .IM 1. M aii r**.1 1 Ie *.*< s
thousands of people resident and transient, exponent ....,....... .. Is54 MMaa 1./pa.d ...... .. (... |. ll tMwbl* MM U*IM S
1. A climate of good law enforcement conducive to the .... ...4 M W. r**' S..**. Nb.t Ib.t.. M/.a.*. Sad* .1Ne( *S .M* HI IHHMIOTM

attraction of Industry and growth. does not even know IM A.t MM *. fit. Yrt W.iJ tK .-. *. MfciM mmniiimo M** w1 Ira; .*.*,..s eewa.d, r web. ...
I..a.ry ... ,....4 w dwelt 4l.e. .- .... -.4 .r cut a .. .
4. A program of crime prevention based upon honest My program when .J d.t4. ls to Initial a broad ,..... /lee. s 4Aas... r .r sew Lea. .... eaves...n.. ._1 Iti..l rAw-r I w.-d w/ 1al.... -/-seaweb, ...,.".'"'..
__. + see YI lad y a
and courteous w.w LN p6Moe
politically free weU trained, disciplined and aniOary Ttow M* sr ...., ..Iw Saw. Nee.h"e bTb "
crime prevention; through Junior deputise TW ... <.... jab Y I M" *. .
deputies proud of their profession and capable of hand 1..... .. 11I""., 11 ..... a line any emergencies. junior deputes I wlfl eooperaU with the podia eVpart* 1a. ....,.. .. .. rsawr h) ....raw. Lis l l.t.aw L1.Men Mil vial Mws r..... S mTMtsCa ?INo.. "*<.*
1 .... .......... ... I paw al I WH*M.
... ......, 1M pa./ W/ ...
I. A program of cooperation with an organ sdloe needs of the Male and of an awn ntnlrtpa&UM, In the \ p l-.. .... lt.... ....... AI a.lC. w'l.} W.... N. .. SMtS* /ad. aala.. ..es.A.p...4 .-A..l
school and churches: dedicated to the training of awchildren. I .>.*... r..1b tr! l. *Z H?rl MMM>* -M IMS !..<.
. .y.. ... |
fun. & |.MMM>V *M tHMMrs fciMie f-a *el *M f oe p JsiM-

I wt8 rooporato with the County Commission and _. ............. ... wa t+.ee ,",.,. ",pO.d .$........... .... D.. ,',awl M ... _IIMMH, (4 t ,!.. M S
I believe a sheriff should be Intent upon faJmea and lw_ .... .-r ____... 1M TM iMMM .w ..... ewes ... ....... .. I.pd.be Win. weal w s'.r
Justice to all. even to those who sooose him. I win not other local. Wale, F4raJ and private agencies te being" I .s..w ..e.fNd ..a di ,p. .w ape Iwaawra S* ......, OM W tM,riMM ... *..MM let !* .-* f e.l .
rode frillies lor WsxfWosMe nor mr dignity for a hand .. da.S, gsel. wr l Intt. TW .** MS I0>* SM.M .l dMwg r . ew .Aw ball N Qn air .Wlt.
wbkli wUI eawAsctve to .. It oN. hors . ,.. ... ad ....I ,...... .... *,.... n. yew spw, r-A :f r.aae
out I win never cower before any haslet, evept our ft* .. the County a* atmosphere I _...._aw cep.ew sewn. .... III ....''ie *e. da.sb pew .es I
..... Creator, nor bend to any threat. It Is sly herttage wetan wtU thoa .N...*"-... .tSnAtMT TWWf-M ..*.. Mlirtnt .. .s .-.4...... M M MMVl T.. iMtty lUlbo
to stand erect, proud and unafraid; to think and act for attracting new Industry and to we I nsiMlMj sal ..f......< IMTM) ...ae dw..e r .... eddy sod/esdw. ItaN 1 rr4tf

.,.11. enjoy the benefit of say creation and to face the nave here.
world boldly and to say, thai I have don AH thas Is
what It sneans to be an Amcrtaaa. i IM tog tOUC AtIf..fIlU.' MA1A MT ft ll1. MC. KHf11$1w1 MU

I .......c.I1 seAc your vow* and support. I as asking Vote SaundersVOTE
your help now to erdrr that I ran serve yea I .rorortauthe
opnt stand say frton4s bate lake tar sae aO e**r the
county lor they are not afraid either. wtU eur working Van Ness Buick-Pontiac Inc.

au.together. I ass sure say casapalga eta be saw-hI May EXPERIENCE VOTE MATURITY ,

430 Orange Ave., Green Cove Springs, Fla.DAT.Pm. .
JUOrueOal MCXJUIXt t. .. .... IIdAd II.. ...." .M.M'ZZ2A1kt,.Iescwt laM fib

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FACE FOUR Clay( (Eounty Crescent! THURSDAY. APRIL *3. 1961CLAY



iI First --LBGAL WOTICDNOTICH -- The Mustang
Camping Trip
Notice I I. hereby given' that
I Phone 284-6711 pursuant to a final Decree, of
Foreuloaure entered I n caua .'; :
Monday thru Friday 11\0 numbered C-1JII 'In tb. Circuit *
Court of Clay County, Florida; ,
Show each
I 1 will: evil the property altuated
I ' 749p.m. In flay: Count,. Florida d...

I Sit. & Sun. lohlinuous erb.d L'.t!! ., I, "Slunk: I, BBLLAIRUNITONU

From 2 p.,". : cordlnc to plat thereof .
I re.'orded In Plat Book I,
PIKIK II and 17, current pubUoI
I I r* orda of Clay County, rior.
Wed. Thun, Fri. I"
I ; HUT, with all tructuri
'J 2
I Apr. 22, 23, 24 II' and Improvement now and h' '*. _
\ FOR LOVE OR MONEY I II I after on said land and tho renta, _
Ia au. and protlU OC tn. aiiovs
lUrrlnfKirk I d. ,Tlbed properly, and all fixture .
DouflMMlttl I now or hereafter attachedto
or used In connection with
.. Gaynor the ptomlae herein described
and In addition thereto the fol.
I. S lowingdeacrlbed" houeehold ap-
I which are and shall
Sat. Apr. IS
gllancea. to b* future and a
i WAR IS HELL I'I''I' part of th* realty.

starring t4t"A": public isis, to tbe .hlfbeet _
Tony Russell and beat bidder for cash at the
North Front Door of th. Clay _
and County Courthouse In OrSon Cov

SIEGE OF THE SAXONS ''I' Hprlngc.Plorlda: between 11.011:
II.. of the formed o'clock a.m. and I.SO: o'clock p.mon
newly Boyscout
itarrlncJaaetto Mr. Wilson. .ti tilling In until the let day Got May A.D. 1054.Cuutt .

Scott Troop No. 121 Green Cove Springs, left last someone can be found. The boys have elected : StealILUROR

Friday for their lint week-end of eampl'g. their patrol leaden. They sect Eagle Patrol, (Clerk of U Circuit CARLISLE Court tor'"To ClutIIlT-PHOTon

Ernest C Wilson, Asst. District Commissioner Robin Cooper| Crow Patrol Eddie Martin; By Eetllloe Hldley GINI KOU

SOIL. MOIL. Toes for this area served ai Scoutmaster for this ialcon Patrol, Dorcfns Todd. The senior Pa. I SMITH. ELLIOT Deputy and Clerk BCHWABLtf ".P. Revela, center, la shown a* be bands Revels aald "This showing bronchi out thelargest

< Apr. 21. 27, A 21 campont. Presently the troop needs a scout trol leader I. Eldrldfe Machen. I III Barnett Attorney National at law Bank the keys to the owner 01 the tint two Mo. number of procpecUv buyer In the

I SUNDAY IN NEW YORK llujldlna Jackionvlllel, Florida I bangs purchased In Green Cove lad week. history of hli company and from the enthusl.aitle .

tarring -LICOAL liOTUKNOTICH I KOTICH or .4LmNolle 4.11 They are left to rifbti Marilyn Bhlpp Laura acceptance by everyone be predicted the

Cliff Robertson - -. l.t'U": J\ont'lc I I. hereby' given that, ghlpp Mr. and Mr*. Ray Shlpp of AUat new Mutant would be the 'hotteit' iporti car
Jane Fonda -- and In addition thereto the 10*. pursuant to a Final Decree of "
OIT INTENTION: TOHEOIHTKH lowing. described household ap I I'tIr.<'Io.ur. entered In cause Electric, Orange Park, and Mr. Dean Prlett of the year.
Rod Taylor yiCriTIGUa NAME !FkOTICK or MI.HMotlc I I pilaw .. which ar. and shall |b' numbered C-I7I7 In the Circuit Mr.
Motlca U hereby clvan that I I. hereby .lv.n that domud to be, futures and a Court of Clay County, Florida, : wife of a retired officer of JacksonTUIe.
55 the underpinned under th< pro. pursuant te a Sinai Uwiree cot part at the realty.: I will soil the property eltuated
viavinna of chapter asses. laws tureuiueure enternd In In Clay County, Florida, dee-
Wed.. Than., % Fri. of Florid Aeti of 111?. will r.. niMtib.red C-I7I7 In the Circuit 'T5puilie ..1.. to the highest* I' erlbld as' i-ic FormsRrportert
Apr. 2> 2C and May I .liter with the Clerk of fhuirumt Court of Clay County, Florida. and b.nt lildder for cash at the Lot H, Block I. BELL AIII, M & Penney
I court in and for Clay I will soil the property situatedIn North Front Door of the ('icy ,, UNIT TWO. according to plat I
ALL THE WAY HOME County, State of Florida upon ('1., County, florid. deecrlbed fount Courthouae In Oreen (Cov thereof recorded In Plat Book
tarrlnr I receipt of proof of publication$ I anlxt : Mprlnica Florida between lIMO pagee 41 and II. of the cur
of this SOLId*, the Klotiuoua 14. Block I, DELLAIR, o'lloik. am. and 100: o'clor public records of Clay MKS. HEEBEET D. MTEKS. Thins 529-8MI
Robert Preston I name of Nart h..t Florida Credit UNIT ONK:, according to plat p.m. on the 4th day of May A.U.Ull. I I. .,. Florida:
Bureau P.O. Doa 114, Or..n thereof recorded In 1'1. Hook Toiether with all atrurture
Jean Simmons C'ov Hprlnae, Fla.HlKned I. p.... II .and 17. current, IKOKOR 1. CARLISLE and Improvement now and h.r.. I The last meeting of the Penney surrounded by his noble following Mr. and Mrs. Robert Downey
,, : Ill Dill nonnell i.ubilc record of Clay County flerk: of Circuit Court after on said land and the rent, for this and Louis XIV In the of Bethesda, Md. and their son
April II ID May 7, II, IH4 Florida.'logatho. llyi Vivian II. Hubro ls.uis, and prOof" Gt .h. abovsdsacribad I Farm Stamp Club
r with all atrurture Deputy. Clerk I prop.rt! and all Cl.. season, wu held last week at 17th century ogether with thoseon Joe, and wife from Tallahassee .
--- end Improvement .. ('oiirt I Heal lure. now or hereafter attached
now and )her
LEGAL NOTICE. after on said land and the rents, sMiTh, FI.LIOT AND SOU.WALIIH to or u..d I I. connection with the home of Mn. Mabel Put. whom his favor rested. A and Mr. and Mrs Charles

--- -- l* uei and profit of th* above Attorneya at Low the premlaee herein described The business meeting was conducted set of French paintings In. Johnson, Jr., and two child.
Th* County Commleslonere of Clay County, Florida described property and all fli< IIItarn," N.tlolIMltank and In addition thereto the fol I II I
dufr ilulldlng. Jackionvlll the Mn. cluded the works of Braque, ren Olenn, 8, and Debra 3, of
at their Meetingheld on Monday April 11. *1114, deelg- lure. now or hereafter .attached S Florida lowing deacrlbed household ap- by president
ratiO tb. foTlowlna- Voting Places In each Precinct Gr! Clay Countyfor to or used In connection with .1.' pllancoe which are and shall be A. C. Ackerman, who also read Matisse Cezanne Pre Gainesville have been visiting
the romlnaTertilone.. the premieea nerein deiorroed 4-11 deemed to be. future and a part
m&ClNCT NO. 1. Voting H o u.. located on the Courthouse I of lbs realty) and are several items of special Interest Courbet, and Manet. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson -
around. In Orson .* Springe. of the security for th* I .nare'l 8r of Lewis Avenue Penney
PRECINCT NO.., I. Doctor* 1.111 rICo Station INSet to Clvlo nee* bsreln Inlbl.4.1! I to stamp collectori. Blrl lovers

.nter.>)> _ _ LBOAL NOTICH _ the Mghsst Mr. Oracey called attentionto set of migratory birds. Farms.
publle sale to
PRWINPT NO. I Middl.burg Fir Utatloa.fXBCINCT At
NO. 4. Clay Hill Voting; UOUM (Nut to Cliy Hill .and beet bidder for cart, at the. the collections of rare stamps depleting the launch. S SI
IIrhool.>)> NOTICE OP UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE PERSONAL I north front door of the. Clay tampa which will be exhibited Ing of U.s. Telstar July 11.
PRECINCT NO. I. KlnMley L ala Voting house (Adjoining I'KUI'KItTr TAXrM I County Courrhouee In mars Cov I
HtrlukUnd'. Clrooery more.>)> A* provided by Chepler IU7II L... uf 1141 notice I. hereby Mprlnas. Florida1 between the at the New York World Fair j 12 1862. Indicated Andover, Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Kuni
rRBCmCT NO. ,. Belmor VotIng Houe on Highway No, II given that tannlkle I pereonul I property tale* aeiiued fur 111 and tours nf II:OS clock am and of Hamburg N.Y. .
that the are spending
: After the refresh- Maine It was felt recent
adjacent to Jor,. Valldejull proporly unpaid are now dellngunt and b.ginnlng I with I April' I. 1114, euiataiee .. o'clock p m. on the lit day program,
PRECINCT NO. T. Kyton Helfhti. at Cur County Public 1.1. : air* drawing I Intereet of 1 par cent per month pius the M>" A n. IM4OKCIROB menu were served by the hoitew. French commemorative ten days visiting their
portionate cost uf publlnhln this notice, K CARLISLE
( NO I. (brery)r.mIS Bulldlnf.pnEOmrr lark City. Hall. Unlea the amount set oppoelt each ".m. below le paid IIrO.1 I. Clark of Circuit Court |' stamps are among the most former neighbors Mr. and Mrs.
PKKC1NCT NO I. Kaarular Voting llou.. Mvn mil. south of fore the let day of May, Illl warrant will b. Iwued tnermn fly! D-.- Km III'. RidleyDnuty I I The program of the after. beautiful and cover a broad i E. M. Munsell of M H C Mr
Urn Cove Iprlng on UH No 11 and across rtlna levy upon and eeliur of tangible personal property of Clrrk I
from Mr. Cecilia, Crowl'i Horn. Uiimrer lot unpaid I..... fcnalllei and amount of laiee. In. Tnii't M.lSMITH noon was given by Mr. Hempstead range of subjects. Kunx and Mr. Muiisell were
PRRTINCT NO. K. Courthoun Anne*. OrSon CoY* Sprint I rluuinth* coat of Advertlalna and lint month penalty, are a* F7.MOT ANO HCHWALKR who showed a collection Bank Coming next weekend
fKECINCT NO. II. Penney Farm Town ...11. follows! I Attorney at Law ,1 I I
FKECINCT: NO. II. Meadowbrook Sirs Station. I. M\\ "..b.rt K. ..ltou' No. '. lioi 4TIX Jacksonville, KM Hirnett Natlnnal Xank 1of: French stamps and explain. I to visit the Munsells will be
April II, 155.. Florida, . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . ..... . . | Ill illdlng Jacksonvlll. I, Flor. 1 A "Shakespeare Evening"will .
I. Armetronallroa.. .Orange I'ark Florida. . ." . It'll I ida j I I ed how a great deal of French Mrs. Walter Heath and her
a. lialrd Clotue I(., Jr.. .Illbernla Houte, tines Cov ..11 history' be trued throubh be presented In the Pen. sister Mrs. Bessie Bchoepperle
*rlna-*. Florida '. . . . . . . ' . ITI I
Th Board *f Couaty Commleslonere of Clay County, Florida, 4 llalalr Service Center, .. Uoni-l 'jl' .h..; m Blandln I LJKfill:! 'SOTICaS them |i nay Memorial Church tomorrow from Hamburg New York.
at their Ilegular ....lIn. Held on Monday, April II Illl appointed :,,( I4.dit Oranae Park, Florida,. ','., ,. ,. .. ,r* 11.11 : __ I The regular stamps coveredthe evening (Friday,) 7:30: I
till following hold and conduct the Primary Klecllon I. L . 1144 Holly Oak Lak Itoad, West, i.e'';. 5 SI
I. the ....nl person pr..,.......to of flay County on lueeday. May I. 1114 annvllle, Florida . .. . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . Ml INTANIIIHLR NOTICE!: OF UNPAID: I period from 1849 to the o'clock br six students and I I
and Tuesday May II. Illl All Board to aerv from MO: o'clockA / .. tall Chuck % Charle. hid ?, HIT (Uraeehopp Lane, fKHHOMALPKOPEHTT two faculty members from the : Mrs Charles Chandler from
M until: count ll hnlshad.PRECINCT I NO. I. Mary K. Dough try, Clerk) Don II. Miller T. fanaiy Inn, (Ireen Cov. ayrlnie, Florida: : : . ; :: :: .::11 I 1..Aa..provided 1141,by Chapter IIIIT luues which began In 1914. Drama section: of the Speech New Gloucester Maine and
of notice give
Jeasph K. Cooper. K. :I). Austin I Uuther Martin Thslma. Kirkland S, l-aih' .,.Keretoit H.. .171 U yv4.w lload Jackeonvlll lh ., that lataaa-lbU ..oonal Property The latter M"e twq values .Department, of the University' Mrs. Thomas Tlppett of Turners .

Nettle Fletcher NI). and I. Jessie Sally *M 4.,Christmas Ilrannan,, Inspentore.PHBCINCT flerkt horfttha. W Ixiwe, 5. <- .li.I"Kuby, "KTAL"illi'..'f"l iriM"jaiaM'n' 10 .I tines ........01 .'or till o.ad Indicated each Of Florida,%>Oaln .vlIe.] ;''r h e I: Falls! Mass, dauthters
Margaret r. Butler, Mildred$: felereon and Gertrude Illghhoueo, riiirlda.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . |.4I unpaid aro now llnqueal and on stamp, one
I*, ('.."II, Harmond t%, .P (>. I". II, 1.11. Qeneva. Florida. Illl beginning with 'April 1''I 1114. for postage and the other, a program, has been arrangedby of Mr. and Mrs. Ward E. Krone
PH&CINCr: : NO. I Irene Frlsbee, C.I. r II"' Evelyn 1 cue II. t'r.ln/t./ l..d...| On..a Blvd.. Jackaonville.$ "Klorld I.71 ltrhauch lanai ar. drawing cent, 'n. sur-tax. which Is for the benefit the Literary' Committee of are hers visiting their parents.
tereet of 1* )
( per
Koreno DawningJoeeph C. Shatter and Mas Alvln Walker, .". II. B..IIII tmyloej Iloa4, Jackeonvllle, per
epeclorePHWINCT. riorlrta :. . . . . . . ...... ..... . .. in I Month pluS the .proportional. of IOme public cause, usually the M H C Association. Scenes They came to see their father
NO .. Millie S. Wllblneon, Clerk Lee Moore, rarl., II. hanson Halph IC. .tit. N. .oI'ufr Avenuo .Jatkionvllle, reel of publishing this ,notlr
Austin and Henry K. Miller, Inapsclore. Florida.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..II I'nUea the amoent oei op.nnnlte the name of which Is will be given from three Shake. who has undergone surgery at
1'1t1 C1NI.'T No. '. Mary. n. tlerkl Myra Lei Slrlck II I Oennle. R' W, .Hut IT Maivllle Florida ' . . . I each name below I* paid Indicated on the stamp. sprare plays: "The Tempest" Hay Memorial Hospital. Mr*
i.nd, Myrli. Harris and IIhIPl/.n./: . I It: IXirlor Inlet ( tno.. % ti.t'. Oad.n: KO."ri 'i.., b.fore the first day of ...,. 1114.Tat "
PRECINCT 540. I. i Isnlt: ('rocky, iaekl: P U.kns' limit" Emma I I IMa. Ora.(* rarllj rlnrfol. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 Kierutlon will laeue there-. i i Of particular Interest were "At You Like It, and "Romeo Krone ls doing nicely, they
IS. .r"eyle $LI.. . .I' on Alreclln levy upon any "r.. |I "
flaldr.5 tad Cirolys A. W..k ln.pu'torn '.0 boa III, Keyetone Helfhte. and Juliet The public 1s Invited. report.
PRECINCT NO. 1. Blanch. P Cunningham, Cl.rkl Core "mhmu, I IMcmi. Flnrlda' . i . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. .. . . perty. real persons or ml..d. the stamps depleting historic
H. Ellis: John Pmyon and usd5 A. "' .I.on, In.p..or.. IT "Puvkey'i Department Stor,% O ... Llnion, )Keyclon belonging to lh. taxpayer for monuments such u Mont Bt. .
PREcINCT nu.' e. I. Co jomes, Jiernl. Mildred uyere, .i i llelihle. Florida. . . . 00. . . . . . . . . . HIT nnnald taie*. penalties I and *.4.diiloncl < I I S S a
loin... A lilt.* H. Aelyta. Midellno 1'. Moor. Cora .ruerlt'l I II. Rdward. Louise, 1711 Thernwood Lane, Jacksonville, 1 t.. Th* nainea of de.lnn Michel, Carcassonne and Saint and Morlorl R. Wilson Inepertore. I Jl'1..rld.. . . . .1111 |" ..n' Intangible Pereonel .pro. Malo. Atentlon was drawn to The members of the Clinic
I'HECINCT NO .. Kuth A. Herbert. Clerk! Robert )I. Drl...,., I,. IMwaHe'Yu'a-n..r''o. rWi'"lVl'. < .ln'e'e'v'l'lie, Florida . . I..4I perty Taipayere and the amount Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horsmanof Benefit Society of Memorial
Purl Hawklne and O U Clevlnier lnet.>*rlor*, I Frledlln, Am le (' Ills Uethin Avenue, South Jack .f u.... Including the coat ofadvertlelng the many stamps Issued In' Conn
PRECINCT Na *5. Loul.e Roberteon. Clerk Roeo M*. heeling, I II" .""vlll. 7. FlorlJa. ....... .... .. ...... . . ..... T TI and the first II\o".b"1 I memory' of Individual heroes of Stafford were here Home Community held their
Violas U Hassock Dorothy Cannlniton, Rthel: L. Eddy and Mar. I Oltford. Ovy. ,47s. Sund.rland floatS, Jacksonville.. penalty are a* follewit I for three days visiting their
,.r.t 111. Kisses In.'ora. Florida. . . "l. . .. .. ..... ..... . Illl. I. armatreno"? Rroe Feed and resistance during World War annual meeting on Monday,
PMBCINCT NO ti. Jewell 0 More Clerhl Xatfcerlno Franklin, II. Haley, Derrell.. ,'''t Orleta Farm Cirri. Jackeonvlll. "".." Oraag Park Florida friends the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. April 13th. at Ooldhead Branch
Harold / BvtrUv and Punt 1. Joknenn. Inepwtor I ID. I 10, Florida . .. . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . lit .. 57. n. In contrast with these leaser Bwetnam. On their way here,
!::1t..rINI.'T NO. II ".,,,1(1' Moon Clerkt Imo.."* Boyer, Irene II. 1111. II. .... .1'.0. Itoi III Mlddlebur. Florid . . Illl I. eviitv." W J, r>n Bat 141. known people were the sets State Park. Everyone appreciated
.*. Mall and Albert H. McQInnla, Jnipe April II, JM. Florida.. .. . . .. 'oo . . ....... . .. . Ill* I. Mr..u.t>.nd. lichenS ('. PO. of famous Frenchmen of the sprained an ankle which he fine spirit of fellowship
II. Holten. J. M..Illl Kin,. Road. .......onm.. Florida. . Ill Bom '..... Jaekeeavltle t, Fla. 16th century with Henry IV prevented Committee reports 'Indicated
II. llnriklne, hnuala. Coo ,flush. N' .. I. Hot III. (lre n Cov us I*. her getting about while
Hprlna. Florida, . . .. . HIT I. Mer. rtiartea M.. At 1. Rot here. steady progress of the Society:
Paid Political AdrertUomentclect I?. Stumble Oil. ft.7: i..r".hw. Illibway N,. I?, >l. Orange .rll. Florida nclnr'e Inlet 5. knot They have proceeded to The treasurer reported lUH
Oreni Flnrld . '. . ..... .. ...... II !" u Blddere bay bid es one er tour Florida and before return-
II. :II.I"hI.. H. :lieu; I*}, Keyelnne IUIhte, II Wa'''. O.lg.f both bielldlnr Siiereeeful bid. 00 have been paid In benefits

Florid,1' . . '. . . . . : . . . Illl. Tag CelleHer, .Ier or bidders' m 5 o I ,....... Ins home, will visit Key West since the November meeting
K II. K.: ((1-,1); ) MOtI)' for County Com- II. .insnuil i. inter, ft A more fI't' Illation.; : 1711 .tl..i Clay Cooaty building! Scum school prapertfwitkln

Avenue. Jacksonville. Florida' . . . . . .oo. . . . . Illl JIIOT'C8- thirty de-e after *- e e e .The following officers were
*jiUMsioner District 5. 1 am I tho only flp| r t'I1l''tl II. joheeon, .Julian I K. .fO. los Illl. I.tlt. II\'III. LEO At. werilni *f bid.lIslidlnis I I S I
I. FleHd . . . . : ;. : . :, . . . oo . It II mr be $Inserted Mrs. Harry Button announces re.elected: President William
road! man now ncrviiiK on your Hoard of County II. otl'K.; .SIS River Bead Oranae Park, Florida 11.11. Btnei WANTED bt....n Hie .>..-. ee I e* A Mle ''a Sunday School Board MeetIng I Benitt;. lit Vice President .J.
II.: Jones. Jr. .ISIS Chalea\ Avsn,.. Jackeea. Sealed bid. will .be receivedb I a* P.... Here will be at till ,
Cornmlitsioiieris. ""lll.. Florida. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . I.TI tit* Clay Teuatv Board. ofPuhltx Iko-tnr' Inlet avbe*!. In the Lecture Room of M. Rice; 2nd Vice President
II Jardes, L,.l. I. UU Dlrrkwetod Avenue, Jackeonvllle, lnotr> etlen." Tie* ...ft" Tb. Board reeervee tbe. riskS Eva Mn
have Flnrlda.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..11 Florida In lh* office ef Ike Mi te rt ace. e r all bids the Penney Memorial Church. Hoover; Secretary,
I a provi-u record of t trying to lAW yourtax II. Jasti,.., William. .Illl 1'1"..,... Avenu, Jacksonville >..rlnt"ndent s a 111 I" AM Martorle M Lone April 37th. 7.30: o'clock I I A. 8. Earl; Treasurer J. R
Florid. . . . . . . . . .. .. .. lift I May II. ..... r'" two (It boileInee .""rlM.,..., a S S
dollars on th) ptirclinxo" or equipment and II. Koret..aUa. C'.. % Lawrence UMe*. Keystone Height. I IFlorida .leveled .dI.....' to I k o .. II. II I Nicholas

. . .. .. . . . .. . .. . . . . . Illtl-,
nupervifiion of your mails, A proven rtronl of lt. Klrll....... Calvl T.. .5,55 College Street. "'t 1II..v III., .
Florida.$ . . . .. . . . . . MlIT.
roolK'ration with nil nmuirimlillcti% |, of I tl)'' Knell. Albert I i.. ,..ii' TlMUquana ii.a.; Jacksonville

,. . . . . . . ,
County 100( cent fooporiillon with th) ulllt'roommlltlliollffll II :<*h'I'; Corp.: :p>U; laos; 'i.., Qr..., ('eve' Springs, : u1>
|114'f < Florida.' . . . . . . . . . .. . ".. . .. 1HII

; on vhntovrr" improvements!, each IS.It.: $Uard.lrhwn4.lleepard.Jtoute J. C: Meat No.No, I,i. MlddUburg Hoi IM-T.: Orang Florida park., .. It It\\

his .FlejNda. . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. .. .. . . . ITIII SUBSCRIBE NOW
fluked for dUtriet. A proven reeortl of IUI.o| ,...11, ('. M. ,slt talk.. A...... Jarkoe>*vllle. "".rl"., Ill''
It l.yae Verne K. Illll Arkerc Drive, Javkeoavllle I.II. .
porting, all npi'iioicit that roin under the jreiu'ral liSt I
Valite're, Albert"!N. .1.? 5. Mlghway'No, IT, ()f.... Park
juriHtlirtlon of (till' Itonrd of County Conuulm !lonem. FUrlea . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . till I
II Merrew, M .II...... K. Jr.. ,Fh. ....1.'. ..*... Center,
A proven rtrord of trying! to i top' the rondcmploywi Jacsennvllle.. FlorIda .. . . . . . . . . . 141 ,
II New Klna-eley Heec-h. Ine. ej H. P fauL III Hlvereidei
from taking off rledion days, for ;i Av.nee. Jarkeeavllle. Flerlda . Kill
) / on 4$. N...... ). C.. ,MatiHil. FterMa . . . . . . . . . It II ,
It, oraego Park flemblPig' t'.. Hlgbway N.. It. (Wang InformativeReadableFactual
politicul PurPost's.I . Park." florida . .. ... .. .. ... . IlllIt. I
.....1. Lutaer H ,,111 ....rl.* UtreeL Jaekaeavllle..
am a man who make hit own decisionand Flerlda. . ... '... ISIS
|(. tMre l..t .., .. W,.i' has ..* Iff.: Orange Park.'la. I
stands on his convictions; though/ I stand, alone ... '. .. tOSS
JuVe'tok'. It.. C..r (\ ... .. UwVeV.'rierida. .. . ITI ,
at times listen to all but take dictation from It. n..f.ara A.plian.esoc W, M. Nedreara. Mel ..., .
1 ..*....e. l.*ta-bla, F1>.,... . . .. . . . . . Tt
no one.I It. BiddeN, Hetllo M.. Jilt ItelbuM A...... .........9411.. nl .
alrMa... .. ....... TTt TIII5 CLAY COUNTY CRESCENT .
beg all who are! Interested in good countygovernment IS. nidge)*** -\r.tH..i; ., Nertk. ni".A"*... 1 -
11"... Ce,e Sprleee, Ftorld . ... . . . . .. . tilt m. ftM-SISe . .
to to the Court Hotme and search 11| Meetklaa Otis, ., teo TII...... fOk. IWt .... Oalaeo.II '
go .'"' ". . . ..11 GREEN run: MTUXO*. FlOHtm ,
W.._' r. "VbVrt' ...'j'iiriVdu'Stret. 'jtbe.vlile. I . .s' I
my record as your Comminnlonvr of District tI 5, I' VUrt4a .-.. ... . . .. . . . .' Ill .. .
li. tshtrUvo Treilag Ps'. % Oer.* R.b.He, ,i"'I.b>orIT. DAn .. _.::.: '
and! see what I )have tried) to do. I ; . '. III, a .. . ".'":\. -- l'._;
nJuk i'bt! : 'll' V"wler Street Itark'e placid; Illl'II 'I

'Thanking you in advance' for your support **-.., usa' 4 tIll WMdware A..a,. Ja.bsavlll$ I .IU'JCIf'ED FROlIC --.. ..."._.. ......-..__._-.--.---. ___ aw,___
T. PlacId* ... .. .. .
and! 'ote on May( the 5th. \ It arts4 ag. ...a .i. (S:. .. 'Pta Nail Bach' "San Tie, J.'k. I '
oeavltla. '"'..... . .. . ". . IllIt. ADTVUM .
........, Wllllaea .. .Reeie No. I. lies tTi (' .... FarkurieaHd I "- - '

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SO. e>weat>*e ne (ia. 555 l.am'.ei aspecs "Sla-i ........ TTIIt
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REELECTH. Heiekia rter44. . .. . till I ,
it, ..%..<- a .a M )oe&a It..,. |W. tit At*.* r*,.
...,.... flrhds. . . . Ill ll.. SecantS . . (fbeag. . Take Oft .
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l v* ) .* r .I l > Sat "' twbe tle n--M SI ItR.
I. wanasa, W Jr til SM" r..errv ..1r*.. SOOn' ,
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E. (Ed) Moody .. -.-.. I' 55 **'gtt'*.. atwei J.-,_.">. n..r><( t 71II BT ____
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$2000. For Health Center DR HOWARD REPORTS ON PANAMAThe Over $500 For Red Cross

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rv1 real source of the trouble church there wa recently' defended .
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In Panama la the division among by a Roman C.thoUc'

the 63.000 persona of the I I bUhop The bishop told maraudlng I

4-H ClubNews Canal Zone the Rev. Di Oco- I natives If they burned

I roe Howard told members of I the Protestant church they

IJ the MOC Women Guild at I would have to burn the Catholic

their April meeting In the Penney I cathedral

J Memorial Church last I Optimistic about the future

, week. Dr. Howard reported that new

Dr. Howard, reporting on i book stores are being opened' I

hli recent visit to Central schools are being erected and
By Oerre M. Owens Jr. and Sandra L. Rene ia
] the reading
America laid l a Protestant people are 4I

II The Putnam County fair-1 rlent deficiencies grade defects,
I grounds were toe scene! Saturday diseases, seeds Insects, 100 a Y 1 n -- -

April 11, for the first Irish potatoes and plates of ORANGE TREES LOVE WATERBy /i ',
Joint District V 4-H Events I onions carrotts and potatoes.

Day One hundred City 4-H Carroll Baker of Keystone r ..
I 1 Moran constantly replenished oy 'nem
boys and girt from eight coun Heights took alternate to the Jack
trees love water as -.. a problem which sometimes
ties took part In the events of State Contest with her speechon Orange
j the day.There. "Freedom much as ducks do-so well In gives headaches to. grove I

Carol Spearman of Green act that water comprises a owners Reason: A full grown

was a Reading Lamp I Cove Springs was a blue ribbon large part of both the tree and tree may drink between SO to.
A Contest and Tractor Driving fruit 50 gallons of water a day depending I
winner in the area of Foods
the Contest for the boys The boys Demonstrations Plant physiologists with the on the M'uon.fti .

the and girls both participated Inj 1 Entered In the Miscellaneous Florida" Agricultural Experiment Administrative personnel al Greta' Cave Springs Tan Ce.,

aI. vegetable udging-The Clay I President Stations tell us that a canvassed Green Cove business establishments for the aanmal
Division was Pat Wells
County girls to a m Cheryl I Red CTOM drive Its close. t
the of her local club and healthy 13-year-oId orange new marine According CenwayOwlnfa

ear Knowles, Ruth Maxwell and County Council President Her tree' weighs about 1000 pounds, 1G.aiI Yarn C*. superintendent mere than fJOO was ........

Joanne Swanson took second illustrated talk was on "Health t're.ee.e P'.'. hr 4i.... "... which includes the root system Shown above. 1. U r. are Robert Terry, overseer ef .'hud....
place. Only IT points behind half of It and J. II. Gamed personnel' reporting U Mr. Ow-
through Nutrition" The District The County Publle Health Nnnlng Advisory" ('...ntli. Inc. Of the total weight manager
were the. boys team of Bobby kltcs9n Inn collections. A final eoUoetUntIs
is water ...In "Z on report on Ceantjwld
the your
Council met during .
last week to the fSOOC toward the
presented County eoastractlon
Carver, Brian Wells and John
I The rest of the tree Is madeup to be made In the near filtro by Gordon Craig County
day Clay was
McCall These represented of the new Health Center, nearlng eompletlon To keep from boiling over run
boys and girls j now of basic elements Oxygen : Red Cross chairman. house U HOMO canvassing la GretaCOTO
by Eddie Taylor, John ve I tat.I l* shortening 01 lard
all Green Cove Springs Judged Idlewlld Avenue la Green Cove Standing la front of the Is la '
en now prececs.
McCall, Pat Wells, and Carol hydrogen, and carbon accountfor oruund the inn of tho pun
varieties of vegetables nut.Murrhee Spearman Eddie was electedto building. ae.,,. Carlisle, ((1.) clerk of the. Clrealt Coart. receives 490 pounds of the tree's . .

--- serve on the State Council m check from (r.) Mrs Charles' llsger. president of the bulk All other elements such Cook your romt with the fat i

nejr as District Representation along I Council Between them 1. U r, ant Mrs Merits LeClalre, as calcium, nitrogen, and potasslum side Into' lh up.. nest Julrei and will keep tusk It basted down I LAWN MOWING
--1 constitute the remaining .
with Anne Praetor of Nas and moil
son County director of Nursing: Dr A. Y. Covlngton. oodical .
10 pounds Kant Kffu'iiMit S .
ias- eau County Each 4-Her par. director at the County Health Deptj and Mrs Carletoa rviufc
. I A 15-year-old tree' can produce tt'h.n the "' ''"lIlntlllI.* fuoil*
tlclpatlng was awarded a certificate I
rlei.lid Insurance Agency Clark former president of the Council that rail fur ililTrrrnt I,, oven tour
ViM' Ittckti Or) 1.nenie1'IIU ,
. I: of achievement about &00 pounds or more
petal tureinlllmiiitf thcniiMlrinpniwtr
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I, of 1- --- -I fruit each year, say the eclentlsts -,I such I I. two evens or a 3: .In"I ()N'IJ: 2 I.!>JW::( or 2 dt.11,1: ....... ..
The composition of such m Magie Chefs l'hal"'l1
llnrhn. 'MEADOUBKOOKBEUJURVOLUNTEER annual fruit yield Is 10 per'cent ringw which comes with t hIt
Cove Socials an '1IIIY'14II'I..t| | | l bilk. sitil I bred
'en- ., IGreen .1'.1'I F1RK OUT water or about 400 pounds onus and a rotisserie stcetwryVurnrlM .

ANNUAL FUND DENE The Oranges contain 3 to I .
I Mrs til* iiancocK 01 ixu- I pounds of minerals I I your needs with evuldo
and her I
I Mrs Jerry Farley sure City, Fla" was the guest "A p r 1 II I contributions will All of this ater must be ru ,... Just All a plaitl* rgK. Announcing
Bee: RICHARD MURRHK" children. Jim and Elaine, spent last week of Mr and Mrs Ray. I brine year-round fire protc-I I j I I tray with water aol Ir"... .
:urn the week-end recently in Far ] .
mond KledclkMr Ion. has been warmly melted
nd- AJ'DIPhone Os. the of her II 01... fiber one of the most lichen enterUlnlnr, VM the
as guests
go '
heir I by the residents of the Bellalr* versatile manufacturing range clock timer as a signs to (riii'itcH' OH noi> MISSION

sirs. 47J-4789 parents. and Mrs Raymond Kled- Mcadombrook IS u b d I talons kraals was unk nown to m"1 put: on vegtUUts cr imUUMO.: U Hrniot'H :3 I oYI Ilk had as their guests recently noted the 18 volunteers as until eliminate clock witching, savtaUljis .
Mr I wives and drapers to the kltchon. Old tlmo Hinging And I'rrAchinff
I I their son, Kenneth his wife, they visited In Meado. *brook 1930's.Renew .
ere ''and early I II o o Ferris and Bay street, across from ACL depot,
their children Heather,\ Units I and 4. This Is UM IM To stains
,end I remove tegtUU
Kenneth and Paula, of Char. slogan for the Meadowtrook drivers license\ front aluminum pots fill thin 0"1Co",
, your
be When You NeedMONEYZ lottesvtlle. Bellalr Volunteer Fin' Dfpart.ment' with water up U the stain lln*. The Key.Julian
born this .
herBrie I, annual\ fund< drive.Eight I now If In you were oddnumberedyear Alba l a h..lout' Uaiponn of crisis Chfinutt:
. I w.r.\\ month an of tartar sack 'quart of water
| Lt. and Mrs Robert : member) ef the Ladles I I I sad boil.
have been the guests - -.
shall, who Auxiliary an4 Uo of the volunteer - --

of her parents Mr, and Mrs I firemen visited this!

George Boetwright. since their area More' than Mil 00 has ,

rom return from overseas duty In been recelyed..N&Q restdeatssaid V 't

'and TmNK OF US! Italy, have moved Into their they would us* the sump "....". "iI!'>II''Il "" ,
new homo In Orange Park. U. ad and self-addressed envelope When this ,
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tuick-eoafidantlal loans up Marshall stationed at NX8. delivered to their door to mall you

one to MOO. can tint for One Stop Jag.i In their contribution appreda

nts : TALBOTT MOB lion has been expressed' by

ther I Mr, and Mn Henry P. Bu.I many residents for the eon'
'I.t BenrtoelALLIANCE
her ; CO. the and their son, Wayne of vtnlent tear-off strip of emer.

Park I PKUburg. Pa. art spondlng tney telephone numbers de
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs N livered' to their door. There are
W4 nrw/tt IT
I D. Yant and family Mrs Bar- leg house In three two units
......, Greets c.. SI4-MM Oraage Park t./-/t1I
the and Mn. Yant are aUUrs La dire I Auxiliary members
and Volunteer Firemen have brail
-'" been vUlUnt the 111 houses

jrtal week. If for some reason your
heir I In the Beuair Subdivision this
day, Motors
inch Orange financial support has not been

eoUectftd. please mall U In the
,hip, +++++.. I . . I . I . . . I envelope delivered to your door +

aced -

lety, Composer of the *enUmen. .

''J35, Bob Zellner tally southern "Carry Ue Hack 1

fflU to Old VUtlnny" Janus A.

ting Bland eras of African descent
were Uamt Bill ShepherdJess Tort.and was born in Flushing. New

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lent.Mrs., HellardCOMPLETE I

R. LetJl (f you'll be glad you bought a Plymouth !

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or we autwatvg

AUTO SERVICE I -.. tI-- Plymouth's engine and drive train warranty

I MOW*'asfs rAn". beet MOW l .,oH nowr for IroOIngt hat 26,000 miles more to goo ,

STANDARDSTANDARD I Tko SH>ar*.l tlvplkttr' of Ford and Chevrolet warranties on those parts end hero

trolliag foawsUy .<... a M of '" ,
s4 ..(!_ .... ...... LAM
: tats. ..wU e aabs../.bale. ..
|III a SMitor of 4okl..g a .tare
.I = /c sal retvlag ., 1M ,
o .4t ....... SMSOiiro of

OH PRODUCTS P..MOW Se*.*.*..M..roowiu,..... Iq art..U. Pe a44... If you keep your new Plymouth (for 5 It earlier, you'll have a car which should

STANDARD ... *ol*.'M Moeomvy eege.res. years or 50,000 miles whichever comes be much' more attractive on the used .
Of an ... fMtors Shut *.... .t'
;. EXPERT GEN. REPAIRS & OVERHAUL ..*. U4 bagel s4 a UMto4too. first you'll be protected all that tine by car market Cither way you're 'far ahead
:- i yvoooMy Iis] Uo SMstotcattvaac
this remarkable warranty, If you'trade with Plymouths

It.., t FENDER WORK | HMO must artlUI IMO see
BODY AND ... M4 .Pa .*..... ..tio*.
ta.r roa UM ro r*tly oty .arUii ..

\ COMPLETE PAINT JOBS >.. at M at a ...w..b. .> .M.n MW ",..." ...* ft**** ./*. .....un wftftt r+ii Ct r** Co>i .>o .. Wk.. the pose .. Uo rue ... ... ... .. ..
M.IXi -.. __ OIMOO an. H mli H oM r Mx> 4 ill Httttt ft MOW* .. 1 Cft y.i
Of M too SMMk stay owiuoMiai. p.as nadbN.M tN.se t teter,c.-- a.-.-...0.--.s.. .... ......,me wMe. ws. .... s... M....... pale. ...... ........... ....,
24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE of .oteftos4 a>.M...a. Tafiff ......, .._ss sl bomu sell tw............... ttaAsaI ...... .-.w.seas !-., .a .o>..> >*sa eeee
.., at 1M ,.,Al el...-..MbMg ...eel .......eis.. mu .....bsas .. ..N sou. ........is.p..eaNd me-t let.. ....mo is......... ...'vIa.se
one, wbmu ..... Amsst us 5.... ____ .,... 0e N -- .s..... e.e ., --.. .. ........ .... Ib ......... III ....,
1 I 1111 II . II 111111 II " II I . . , I II I II III .eoo4 toroa, tM...OM4 valise -.ry S.I..me..S .r..w.-ry i r.N,....a..rp I amuse Pue.r5e N Ss a ewer ra.we. II..>* *.*<>.
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To .i..il..4 Just ao. It* e t
I Welcome You! ....... ...rt ........ M .,....<,
1... N ':.7:.. e.o
MC Thoa *o sk feel IMo
****} s4 yews awoes>. aMO .. Imagine what this can mean to resale value!
.. saM 1
Al s voey poem
CORNER OF ORANGE & FERRIS ... oHM ........ ... N .......-.
.., me m..v..y spuaa e.rweW
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PHONE 284 ... 004.nl .

SUM**..T*. .-alae Revels Inc.
Irka....>.. a**!**] fa* mussel Clayton hrysler Plymouth
Cove ...*. M oo#y SMUO. A4 VS a I I ,
Green Springs
,rN .iroaofitt .. II .... $..'

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Stag: Qlounty Cracrot: THOESDAX.! > ; APRIL IS, It"
!: SEC:

Talent Contest Winner I Ii Coke Peanuts ,

(Being: sme of the pictures from Oranges Park, cirrus))) I
I : Y 1c. BY Dr George Howard TAKES HONORS, .SERVICE

Recently I Interviewed a 140- I'I' our ends, rough hew them as WITH STEERCarroll I JOBS
year-old turtle. we will It 1s not easy to iJ1 ,
.Ir "What Important thing have believe my small life something QXVir: LIFETIME:
r "Mis 4-ff
you learned during such a long I In the vast cosmic Baker, SECURITY
life," I asked the turtle. drama that is going en. Hut as Livestock of Clay County took I Men' and Women -
"For one thing," he remarked '. I I look back it Is much harderto several top honors at the Fat recent To Train Now For
"I've learned not to stick believe it is alT the resultof 20th annual Qulncy I CM ServiceEaminatlons -
my neck out a t the wrong chance. One of my favorite Cattle Show and Sale.

time." hymns says, "God moves In a Exhibiting her 1.000-pound II Fay a* High as
"Well, that's to your credit," mysterious way, His wonders Black Angus steer "General"she
I said "What clue?" to perform; he plants His footsteps took top showmanship $92PER
"I've learned to tire easily of In the sea, and rides upon honors In competition wlttr 9T:
reporters who keep asking me the storm. The ship of other boys and glrU. Showm.n-1 tttimntr Reboot! Education!
what I've learned by growingold life must face stormy waves, l + ship U the art of I rmally aufftol'.nt. Keep Tour A''
," he said Tve 'Just grown sometimes, and contrary cur animal on exhibition showingthe US.Pruent CIt1a.Onl Job While. Training I I
old, Son, not wiser. If I'd got rents. But there Is harbor awaiting r rI fine points and qualities For Full Information, Send
I KUTTH And Address to
any wiser I might have figured our arrival: God does the animal. I : KEY TRAINING SERVo
a way of avoiding such interviews his part; we must dij oars. "General" took the reserve Ill W. Adami *lr..t _
a* this one" I the i Dept C Jacksonville, rta
Moreover, I' believe we are' championship honors In lame
I began thinking that my here to change- and improve 4-H club division In.which: 38 gf. or 'Rovt" :: :: : : : :: : : : : :
friend, the turtle, wu not things God mad the wild animal entered.The steer car .
very different from most of us. rose with only five petals. I purchased were by the Wlnn- 1 8t.t. :: : : :::::::: . :: :::: .
We gain a few prejudices' a was Local AK . . . . . . .Bel .
few convictions, we learn not wonder if he wanted to see Dixie Co., of Jacksonville Phone . .... .... .. . . .... .
what man would' dt with such sponsor bidding came from thaBank
to stick our necks out and, a simple flower; Hn glad to of Green Cove Splines. I 0)
mostly, we are loath to set
I have
report seen: a rote garden -
down, for the record, any of
In there wen over
r5 ; 1 our wisdom, if the accumula 000 different varieties of I bison :
rose. & Mown
Lion of yean and experience From this picture It U difficult to tell whetftet Joe Aunt"ley DONDI r
All produced by with the
man Mk hb T-iesU daughter, Debbie Amu tor Sir ox taredlflcatten.
can so dignified. help of God: Man .is here to
4 I asked myself what, indeed, become a creator of ethical I I'M BIN IlEi USSAVIM6S
t I -I
had learned after living and moral value That is
well, let us say, more than SO what lifeI\ for. H' is not S-AMPS OFFICIAL
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years here to surrender to the world, ,
What are my cherished convictioN ALiUAI
nor to flee from the world;
1 but to overcome I It and move It ARt 'IoU?!
PHOTO sv GINS Kou Well, I believe there Is a toward finer ends. Man's spirit,
Pictured above I I. Ruth Ilawkln being congratulated by plan, a purpose In life. Life which is a projection of Gods
Jimmy Strickland for having won first prig In th Junior has a meaning spirit, Invades the world a*
Woman* Club tnd Annual Show last week. Other winners "There Is a power that shapes water flows along an Irrigation
wen Rhonda Revels, tnd prise} and Norton Elliott, Srd prise. canal and converts the desert Nil
I Iii
IntoM" garden. r

And I have learned life Is '
not easy, We an want to get 1 ry
on "easy- street." But there hl( '
\ +: are frustrations, defeats This s
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world U not a cabana on Miami eeY
B4>ach. There are pressures, ,
i but could they not be the pressure -

of the Divine Potter, tryIng InC
M9 to shape the clay of life

Into some useful shape t Emerson / ,
once said, "When a man r A / '-
sits on a cushion of advantage t. try r r+

he gone to sleep But ,
W'IW when he la tormented or deTested ) \ I

he has a chance to

learn something o

I believe we are entitled to ClaIre and Melissa Davis were there. aQ eye, with. their
SEVEN OTHER 'lit, liberty and the pursuit grasrfpareftU, Mr. and Mrs II W McCnroy.Clifford. .
of happiness. Why notT "God 11 ASEnI gafD

DANGER has liven us all things richly: r
to enjoy" (1 Tim. 6-17): But I 963.by CE
SIGNALS' 1 we must look so ridiculous, all Tl* Cbusgo,'1IIJwnI.I U
madly pursuing happiness and
1 Unwise) blinding ir all running In the wrong direction
IlicisrnAlmiirttk.nlfii It Is the pursuit of
gaiety, not of happiness, that
2 ttl Milt ar iliiwlsri occupies much of our time.
Ford' Ufetj' new sporU-lyp. er-4h M -lan.-< tilt sifting and fealnrM of .. torn with a low cert 3 when we aeek It for others.
mode poulblo 'by Amtrlttn mew.predueliou. Mustang ...nll.p.and A twi aid. ten lit Its) Cor. Park A [fag Jaala..rtllr -
etnTsrtlbtf ftatur bntVtt auto *nd carpeting s* stsndsrdNulpaitnt Finally, how little w* have
with a fuU-wldlh out In the ,..r. Options for the 42S II lent. It !learned! "One life Is enough Pbs.et tV -1021 rob
ptrfarmsnto-stlndtd laclnd a ..lteU.n.1 tnrM V.. on gin.. with WIG for me," say some. But some of I .r CV 4UUTEE ,
.p U 171 horsepower aloe\ with 4-ap... or automall trin.mli.
Luxury option Indud a (*nlr coasola power itMrlng gad us art planning to keep on VtlI I
"brskn, lad air eoadLtlo IIl. n. standard hardlllr lIodleqllppe4 l- I 5 NMTMMU It iMfihdlftitlM learning and adventuring in
with aa Monoatlrsl sls-.|Und" ,, U pricedPHHW. another dfe.
wllk Tilt MW Mastang will be Introduced I KK-CArTINO
tars. UNkatty
man' economy 6 ro
That, I expect is the basic
by Ford dttUrs Friday, April n. M kiiwifliwli S: r
difference between me and my RrTKEADINQKtrtllUNO bIn

7 friend, the turtle.
CaMft hi Matt H ells. Oh,

; Helm SN Inv ttttr bmAiUrf' 't From the im-JI-t to LARGEST!
4\ N elf if CMCM inn Evlal
DaarUMlilMtiiiifi The en came before the Pi tribuor! MilVr Tin Antnlitc Batteries
I ibM M Make. chicken. Birds are an offshoot 117
FlIlleralllol//c of reptile stock that was laying
SN yew dtttsr mrf n.
f. bii.,tl d/cked. <> eggs million of yean before and la ro
\ the tint prehistoric bird Hew, riwi

Funersl Dlnctor David and Jn t Lear .t4,' stlw a trfek. Janet Sinclair Station Road Service G'
f1 U swinging **to a balloon N1Iii
, I V. S. 1I1t1t..r 17 Phone M4-M1I ._
/,) t, Phone& :284-MM! ) (Staff photos .y Gene Hots) CA


Clay County Democratic Executive Committee Ph.
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''HERE'S' GOOD NEWS'It Official Rallies Ml
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I* .. lomg1 .M.Maary t. mm Into a satdJihdia tardtr
k II roM
to .w. a ...,Wto gushy Is... If yes .w. a lot Ma M w'tw Y.w.r
Ia tM .o.a4ry" or a ..*. lea yes art. MW aJUUd I

for FJLA .*..... wtU M ....* t>wm Pspass.M foM

.* a Wick I ....... .... M boo M f4..n tw n..I. \\'ITII'TUU) \' t r I APRIL 25, 1964 , , ,ORANGE PARK HIGH.SCHOOl Tai

For ...,.... ..,......... ra hs ta* owes Ma sal 0 kt Park
q 1 TIt.\I\aU.at'wt: :; ; : x_ s tbb
: sdminferrnoa r
. p 'tt13eYo gone a
I ..... M .....we. If f1onde.,

! haslet AT hoW ,i..... for s swccowM ....
..... ....".., ..-. .,"

NAMS . .0.. .II. . ... .... . .. .... ... . .II' . . t71a1. Ps (Visors at fgb fca .l Cktaterta All
.pesseraS .p n.- tt. Odder *( IMMra $lur

APDEJUI II. . . . .. . . ? . . .u. .. . . . I Your Power Mower B.*4 Bom Yes When Opmtlnc I I C.Is.
At Top trtVtWoey. Our Qualified arrWentn Ps Only % !
II OnilM FMUry Fan. '

UT rt mr tort FOWCK MONK IN tor -
TORN... ., ... .II 0 . .. .. . . iTATPQONI . ,. II . oruuma cwiomox, _


... . . .II. .. .. ... .. .. ..", .... .II' . 'I : ._
lit N. Or**** AtM FfcMM SMI1U Paid lab I
tick l> Lad IMtory toAvJbUe KynM Cfcmptlcn PMatf.Itonnk SPEAKING WILL L START AT 7 t.,
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AFRO s3 I/h Cay( (County (Ercsecut rACE StVsW

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bhla will b r.c.ly.tI.'h
H.aUd COlNrt.: FUIHIOA. >. .*...*. Pa. *.a.54.55.. r.a.
i County at 4 U/ p.iu. Thuraday huld.r T. J. Alderman this holder
THfc. WlULlAVUiBLRli I NO. loa IhllL T. J. AI4ermall this
} I l.\ud UA.NK. a Aprl13. UM at the Court IN UK: KUTATB OfL1NMK uf th. followlnir earlltlla1.a hafilrd of the followlnir certificate ha
1 \ ... Cove -tor.
0 Sprints. for us
lloua DUNCAN old c.rtlflentaa for a tai tiled laid certificate a
I MalntttC : MAN
\11. BAV.I ,Ida at which llm and place all l>*oaa*<.. dad to b. Issued thereon. Th. deed to b* Issued th.reon Th*

Al.I1KHT C. 8CHAAL Uiua received .41IO:4: publicly NOtsi'k OF FIIMO "'''AI. NH. >'rlltliat'. number and y ara of o.rtlfloat. number and yen eti.suaiwe
?pen.t and ** for furnlthlnir of this this dcrlptlon of tb.prop.rlY. *
Ihs d.acrlpllon
all labor and material : i .la
l>.(.ndaata. IIKt HtH<.S property. and this names la and the name
THE: ITATK: O.' ,....)IUDA- for lonatrurtlnn CIa\hlilion' to. tlurId Clay. TO At.l IX WHOM IT MAT whhh IC wsa w....... are as I which It wa* a***..*d are .*
tall County
County I 'allows
: ALBUKT: C JICHAAL lad *. !. herahy ilvtn that "l.rtKlikta. No. 171. Year of I... Ortlflcale No. I4t T..*, of I*.

Am CONDITIONING LNCOMK TAX SERVICE irilOLSTERLVO EUlfH U. SCHAAl- i ontractor shall propose a the, underdlned h.i filed hi. ,u lftt' June 1 >.U. ..". .uance June I. AD. lilt. _..

H..ldnc* and AddresS lump aura bid Final Kport and mad appll. IM.crlntlon of properly Ix>t IKU lic.crlptlon ot Property ,.
I Unknown. Ail work, shall b* don la acivruanca callus for tll.ell.r,. a. Nu. f 8hda flab i'lal Hook Ill Ft of Kly 141 Ft. *f Lot I
Tots n.tlnad thai with th. 4r..lnl. and 11'a.s 1. 111k.T. I'enn.y Pars,.
MILBERGER HAM'S TRIM SHOP era hrby tutor of th above named Rotate
INCOME TAXSERVICE a suit. baa b**n fil.d aiaimt yu ppsrltlralluse prepared by Alluu I Haul applliatlun for d'achari* Nam In mhlrh assessed H.n- Name In which assessed I-
In th* above *mui d eau..i l amilhat *. A 1. A.r -hiuctSor will b. railed for hearing b- rl IIr..Ir. e.. McMull.n
Complete Auto A Furniture you are boner rq lrd tIII hall his Ik atiurdaae with I for County Jud1e of Clay All ofsad proparty hung Ik All of Mid property hung In
REFRIGERATION Pour atawar with this Clark totiiiact, Instructoil t*> bWd.ra' County. tlorlla' at his office In the County ol Clay, flat el the County ol Clay, Slat *{

Upholstering ol this Curt. sad lo **rr* a ana ountrait do.uin.nti prt iam.iiniatlo'na Ih, (lay County Courthouse. In Florid. Florid. .
tkrot tile plalntlll' thereto which dresiats and .. ... Florida 1'nl..a such r.rtlflcat or c.r.tlflcat It..,... aiirh ertlflnU or car.ttflcate
1409 W. Idlewlld A,.. ropy upon tlr* n Cov IIprl" on
SERVICE attorneys whoa name and addr . liiatruttlona, .u.. May 1th llll. I* unlock A Mor .. *. shill !>. redeemed ao.trlhml shall he rd.md 110..
Ph. 184-JSOS and form of contract .... oorrtlna- to law. th. propertye.
19 Year Experience *.i I* trait documtnta *. >on thrftar aa ..m. .o"lne 10 I.w this o..p.rlr .
KHKKMAN, RiCHARDSON A may b* ..urd or *>anila.d may his hoard In .u.'h cortlflcat or c"rtlflialca crlbod In such re-rtlflrat *r 0.'

Air r..ltl...... ..,.......1_ Short Ferns L Green Core Sprint, FloridaFree WATSON at the office of the Arc.lt.cl. III T. I. JFHWNtl. JR.. wilt.. b* avid I* the t'iflr.t. will he mid .10 th'*

..4 HratlmaT ........ Long Forms ,$5.11 Q Estimates Til Har.tt Bank BulldltcJarkaonvlll Ill I'ark Shrub Jackaonvlll, T J. JKNNINUM:' JK.KXKCUTOH "'.h.., bidder al this court hlvhrat bidder ., the OUIthotin
P 8. Palmetto Street 1. Florida, Uorlda. or at th. Courthouse, or THK: IJI TWILL houi door on Ih* pot MondayIn door on rh. pot MondayIn
Reasonable Rates for Buslneai "IPP riek-up and Delivery not Utr than May I. A.U. 1114. Urn Cows Mprina Flvrld I AND TBHTAMNNT OFLISNIR Month of May. llll. whlih U Month of May, 1114. which I*
Home Phone !Se-,,!, If you tall to do *o. Dwr** Pro Nark bJ4 must b. aocompanltd MAR: I'UNCAN. DBCKAJIBIV :. the Sib day of May. 144l th. Ills day of Y.,. llll.
PhontM Real Eatato Rentals FU Handle Any and AU of You Conla will b* ktr4 acalnit t.y a rrtlid or ...h'.r'. l at.d thl. TIN day of April, atwt thli 7th day of April
BtiMnow U1
I'phoUtrry NHd.! you for this .ll.t damaadxj la cb*> k. or a bid bond: wad. pay. I' 4-1. I. II. IItlOUAL IM4IIFOIUIB "",. CAitU8Ln
PAUL REMLINGER this romplalnt. able to County Commlialon I Clay K cAnrtstio OROROB I.
TV APPLIANCE IUROLD BAXLEY Th katur of said an It blnsncumbrlnff County, Floilcia In this amount ol 1- Clark of Circuit Court n.rk. of Clroult. Court
k .ranty and withan _-- - of liar County. Florida, of Clay County Florida.
for 'III 'orlelo. .f Mortpaia lit* **, a* au !
SERVICEWe IC4S Roosevelt Bird. Owner CpheUterer SI yes th* oro....," .ndprcntlMi agreement that this Mdd.r. BOTItBhorn 4-1, U II. II / /, II. II. N

EDWIN BAXLEYSon lorattd U Clay C* t"1 will not rTok or cancel hl.. 11
Repair All Brands ORANGE PARK Florida: durrlhtd ai foilowrLAST bid or withdrew from this eomprtltlon '
and CphoUUrer 1 "... ol thirty M TO MKurronsII -
i.. UKK ., DBLLAIR.I'NIT for a period
Serrlclnf Clay County IU IB HOTICBNorilM
C. A. HUMMEL OVK. nomrdlnc lo plat' (l'> day after th. pnlnc For Sixteen: Tears thrraof rrordd In 111 BookI bid and that In th. slat this
SIGN PAINTING I'phobterer 4 yea t>a..a l/ and IT. CurrentPubllo contract la *ward.d t. this bids I AND: roll 11.At 101 >T". OF AFMICATI01!
Orange Park Ph. I44IS45FULLERTON'S Itnuord. of Clay CounIT drr, h* will within tn FlonuiA SMALL AD
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Florid. ..0.1. ( a HKI.U l>M>.ad. Sac. IM.I a, r.a.NOTMM .
FREE ESTIMATESALL seal .. antar Info writ I
VITNKK hand and I I. ubniltt d.
Sin my It T* All l ; ;,. and Person.llavl. "' 14 HKHEHV UIVUN.
silk, this Clay
vf said Court at Oran Cove un contract bol".
tha '
.. Clalmt or Itomand that T J. A ''.tm.
WORK GUARANTEED Sprints Clay County, Plorldatat. Count In accordanr-a with lb.acsppled
SI N. Grant Are.Grwi Alblnat Maid bvatal: or th* lollowln ..rtlfl.at. has

CAne *1t... tM-4044 SIGN PAINTIING ORANGE PARKUPHOLSTERY: lat Ork dar. ol of Clout r.April CARMM" Court IMIOROROR . County paymant k bit contraet and aur ly girl wrforman.Sand l bond to Clay with I b*\.nolMlcd* and leek lo file of r'In u ar dupllcal* II.n. I vrrllflrata d filed....l nail l>i. b*r.rtiflcat.i numbr I....."! doses and for yon alas. Tk ollamanr FOR

all claim and dimatda which
Clay' County, Florida.C . nod and aufflcl.nl aur.ll a*
.. Ih* "...-'Ipllo" af tksprapart
kav aicalnat tka *atat *f
I Mi
CARLISLE this Owa r *
tlafactory r Ira:
LEE WARNER Archie Padcttt I l-t h. II,, II aputy Clrk. amount *f 111% *f Ih* sropl.dhid. K. lull, deeealed. In the '. and Imo. name...
SEWERAGES this bI4....''. said *cr*.. I I nf(Ira nl Thvmaa j. Hlvar It waa a*** ** ar
Iud - --.- . I County. Judi at his. *flio* laIh '"''".. BIG RESULTS
Klnnley Are. lncorporatd In h 0.
On I. prpnaal .
SOS Glcndcnlnf Road ==-UO NOTICN sent l the ban.4 ,'""n llaua. at lrk CoviSprln t.rDftats No. IIT Tsar of !.

Orange Park. 81*. East ., Hwy. ITPh. hall hie'om.Included The Poet.* *part of It ... Florida with'' *,lr. auama. Jun. I. A.l>. llll
TKAT rot'NTY HKALTIfLKNTICH : raUndar month from April Illll. l>..< rlr>ti"'n of prnp.rly Par!
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PAUL'SAH . bid pranoaalIllil
Phone M4-UU COnerro1.1213 bidders' F.rrla Tract aa K..
No. : tlURKN fUVH rnuiTh which la th* due *f th<. nf "I'almar *
Park Fla. 1II"UNI1"FI..URU>A n qualiflratlona Ihie first' publliation of thl. aatlctKarh raM.d In 15..d Hook U. r...
Orange h. utler..lo" 10
Legal Beverages "INVITATION TO Slit>" .... the rlalaa or '.", .n. mast bin 111.
You are invited* bid en .n, ", plearv.s writingmu.t dale. th* planof Nama In which assessed Ed.
Open S A. M. to I A. M. MILK DEl.nr.ltTW.D.Morris 0' all of the below lislerat.. in S51s." Iwfnrmalltl' 0..1 re....nc. and peel .r"r. nd. Morr.ll
Korlm or ..iulpmnl. for Ik* Cli, hi'd, ..d .I* .r.t*ct any... dose of the claimant, must biworn I All of aid ",o".r., Meg. lIh ..
Dons County Line bid. sr Ii kircul any .,... al,
trnALKOTirN NOT'Ctt County Health ('*",*,. l tllod ataforoald ', fount of Clay.
North of Orange Park Cole UprlBK. Florida Th. .. 55 rllmhl..II" or .la* *am. will b.. Flnrlda I .
bide will k roused and *P.nat ... that. I. Ma udcmt) I 1'nl..sah; c.rllllcala *r c.r.llflral Jc:1ee2
ClaConn toms : o
105 host 'interests( ol voidMART ,
Shall k. ndaem.t ,
or APPIICATI01 the .m. of the Clark ol II" LANOKNHORHT *
OATS PUN TAi: USED Court .In this Court Ileac.. .Iy I. Carllilaria .1'.1'f..r Apr. I. I. II. II Amlal.tralrlsIYUSL nrdim' I. law the properly des.'riled .
Distributor . 154.10, ro. Stress Cox Vprlkf o* MaI a. III OM h oPhlfSsa15 sir .
I Curl.Cla .
", Circuit .. said I* Ikl I .F
GIVEN I --- - - - I f IratM will k*
: It 1IKKEUT: : u.I554 .
NOTICE C <"ntv 1UTIsaNOTI Mdd.r. al Ih* .5 s "1.
CaUiorlr ol *qlkmnt t* I- bishops
INLET MARINA All Milk Ih.t C. R BlarllM Imo koldcr of II, II.Ml ------ doP en Ih. first M""ilrIII
Jersey hid are *. follows! balsa SON TE1
rarllfoal bas 1111. whlrh. ISIlthl IYo. 1a
ISIS following" AND MEDICAL = Mnlh of Mav
filed said c.rilflc.l.. toe a has I Kyl'll'WKVTt rUINIf I 101 i or arm*'TIOI day .,. llll. ------ ,,0;:::: ::: .
ilk .
MtECTRT a JOHNSON: For dad la b* I..d( th.r.on. This HI-KICK llSIdlllVOI. NDQUII'IIItNT PUN TAT 1I-M: 4 Ihla 4ar *l April
c.rtlflot immbr and rears otU I l .:a U. hot11N I use, 14,14 r... ""

ENGINES >u.nr*. the dMcrlntlok *f the .. "Nln..tlAI: KgnruENT' I MttlCN IS IIMIKIIT OIVKh I nroiuiB iT 'ARitslS IIOW lATE
CROSBY! BOATSF'R'ZV HOME DELIVERYCALL properly, and lh. ."".. I"which 4. x-HAT Fgi'irmrvr I thai L' It m.rlln. the hnld.r .. Clink. f t trash 'earlof When a baw eau ey
TRUI.KIH It WM ..**...eI If' k* I IN Till!: CIIKIH l.'lIl'UT O1IIK Ih* following ortlfiiat.a hai. n.y 'k..rli. .I"i' toward trie m'I:: :
m.W'J.N1I1ItIAPtbl' ; FULItm UI'ICIALl.'lIccl'lT filed acid carlUlcat |ur a Ui ;
"cSrilllral of I UK MAtUlUA IN h** SALE! A SERVICE No. ITt. Tsar ''.', will b* required i i.ubmlt I. deed I* b* l..u.d tk.rwin. Tkir.rllfliata
S64-IMI or ZM-S144 tutnr. Jun I. Arils all Hl AND Foil tl.AI ttitNTV'' numbr and year 01, about the approach of winter,
hid ltm
OUTBOARD REPAIR Il..i i P11of of 11-op.rlr LotII In a calraory OB unori which' this, I IN CIIANi'BUTkjoTKH kilt ..."..,'*. .". dMcrlpllnB .l this but whore hl4 mat meal .U corn*

I.Iw IT Orange Park Illk 10, Lkkvlw lllihlindiNam are hlddint Supphen. furnl.Mimulpm.nl or 'hl'lrt and She * .. li: I --- Inr from.
In whlrh k..*..* Phone CO 4 9115 TRAPINO POST! 1t"lanel. equal I* "I':*tutimbrmhur peso:i JAIKWINVIU.K. a FloridHnkin a Inllow.tvriificai.' 1- -- - H.b 1 .Bill It fro.*** tap, ad.l .

"All! of sad! 0rnp.rly i k.ln: I" fled will" his end required.."'1'1"* upon r.. C.rp.rall.n' N*. II. hap *f I.. l F N .1.l tha aBlharltlva al MmiryBBlhttard
1'1.1111" fIctfr
the rounir ..r cur. *ui of QU..I I .tt.Xi. Jun I. lllll 1-uU.IKtl ll.A CKtt .. If >MI Dve la 5Mnnrtharn

'' CAREYS TRADING POST VinrMs.I'nI.I, urh c.rtlflrml.. or r rtlflc . .n"r'h'>M, Incls4e: :.d'llv.ry all *ftul''r|i ; ( NAIii.KS".. N 1I'AlllloUOI't111' I, 1 Iesrriptle, 1, 1 *n /., .Illk Ireparlyi I Idl.wlUiMk lull.' iULNTI.. VOfKH bIAIUIIiA.IU : IN .kLAItil : part .f this muntrr,

: .... WE BUT SELL TRADE 5.5. hll !>.. rd<*..mil acs m County ll.alth r.'er. 554 1':1'1'111.:11' : If 0 41111OItlJC.III. Slat Hook 1. bias II I I AU rIAslllllAi. OlhrrMlw, Jut kp aa fl.hln*.
this Clay Ml .
omnrrlrrrllod Os. 1111 ails. has. .lIlell ...*...d. J. 11. ( In btl
roritlnr In Uw the heron. envy Bprlnr. ,Florid I hf.n4al.. I In tuU ar* ".,.br aullfld' tut Contrary many f4ahnut
Three loratlonit In such rrlfle! l nrr.rtlflol. ..1."* ...eI /0' la.tallalloa( i ii ., I STATIC OF PIANt115A5t j'A ., I Ih. ,...*. pla_. m Ihs !at. baa hlhvmatrrtn which

VttlNTlNfiTOR 15 E. Palmer St, Ph. H4arfhou W I .: will I l>*. onlil In this >n"llIm..... |il.rln. earl place! hilahasl hl ,,.r *l lh clout Snus* In th. d.linali. ): his Cnuitly ol ( 1.,. Kiel .1 F'lalda. k*.. bithniJ
Kl'NU' II at'AII. cuunty. will' be
Monday In this HI ('III and r S Olden I fiNintl much later
.. _- :"'.H"- \\ e A anUUf* old I door month on ol Mar. IM. ..IIklll.I the itamar.d roar and. .qiiliimpnt rp1acni.nt' MuocMfbid nf ai.1. INHltil'UII, hi* site ltildni I'.'". perm i.rllflcaU. ar SUP> as I.d Ikal 5.54 Ihs presisolS kw .u*tIMHIUH In the ...**'" than generally

Gym Rldf S. Orange AT*. Its der ..r tnr. IMIP.t.d '.r. I* furnl.h *nulpm.wJIMn I lehews Vu. .r. krl kellfleIhs.. I tlflrala bhul Ina '.",.m." 4.seylhe4 as'. Iba.. eat pluses fifth b.r.lultN1.5llat h.ld Cooling "wittro affwt ,...
tlrd Hay of March iitidini I law tha properly *
."BIO TOP tnt BUndinim II darn after bid userhId a sell. baa ban 1Ie4 iln. tl In .uih r.rliflcala. aarllllr.l.e ; : h0. TWO. habit, triedl j but fish dust stop
1111 .. Slat
TilE BEST In all-round nllol\nl': t.. eARIJei.R. I I. rncrM! I .. In this abata .titiad ......, will b. pall. If lbhsrherl I IkLMF, alt I f..,1111' or shun th* efrarlnrsof "
.. U.I ..r r.nulr.d .ulpm.M" esvallable Ud ,. are .. rby r.. ..... . .. .. H4 K.. 11114. sass I'.urUl.l
'd.at.RldirweodFurniture f'I..rlt ., Circuit. C .rlJL ... that ".r al the n rl I i Won. guys hardy enough te brave
Wcood printing to the CRE85CET I nf Hay ('"".t,. Florida. nrtt Court al Clerk In. .offli Court "f ileac II.. uirM !. file y*:r Cavil*a w.:.sdserve wnIk :I : deer .. She. FI,., M.*dar In Ikmoalk meal fist Ui I.t,5.5.q awiua *It Tees.. a aiifht shill 'In the air
and ..tMi.
PRESS. INC. The pries I appManceeetbargain Tprily I. I. IA II. "r..n Cnir* Brlnv' Flnrldftif .. hark ikar..f .1'." IIplaiallrt .. .f..Mao. I5whlrh I* Ik, kip I ": I* 0341 If OBvlMrif' mid waters Int.Bfiiv .
a espy Ilk 4.r r M *. Mil :: -iJ".J
tit lift So.M .f C...>ml..'.n.'. i in .., krl .rik4 )s
rliht. prices *r plalallff .11.' *'. ...,.. tale llrd day ., Match.. ? MI>S IM*>K NUli fishing' Where Jell fln.lMto
'Tae 'ealy P..nv.a tll. clliIt .. ."... ...... ... ldlr'.' III' I IIMf
"** "i.lkJ ItUMHINl haM VINI are Bh.ly in the'
.. ... all "M.. isiV 4I 1'1 MO
., r s eo |l.rwl< k Andcraon I*, O, iIII nymnow K PABI. ;
t Mr SIaeVNI'T tf
nav+ t. f''U.I'1.I1I IIA? FM.MIHA.rMMIWIT vklnjly a arhnol. 41k% lotnim
Shoes 1.0)5 .*. < I lrk. ray flrcull, ...,.
.rk if. rirr.lt' CuM.n Id*. net hale hiss May. IIIpr '. .f O r Cn..ly, ....,..* ,,0. TMHkUMIIMIIk.ni tat Ok- .. rann, hln....* show up

.. I IDJJt.\1ID'Sj April' U II I* Mar f 111 yes hit I. Os II |il. k rte H. '
-S-J.SiIBfJI3 .
(C L I will. k. M+<44l.k' lleU.e 14. T* *
I Mf* ** I -
II LKUtL KOTICB ..*ala.l. y.. f.r Ik* ,.h..tH.1 -- Sushi N0TMBaoTMPi slip I Baulk' Nasgs" FltM II .BMt Cuhl ...."., .nII". calli top
......... I. the **BI..|*IB| rMPIMIT auioNMd slightly'' Hfrrnt Uetko thaa.ire
MOTUN Tk. aal.r. .f said. n" .I., Mkb.lKt t.I"'I'OB' Ises tie t at ,.."., acaaona The
,. ,... .HI..., *f B>.rta. or Apes "'.Tte) ) N*. ,
or rmx KHIUHU. ran TMS .r 1A1 5155Npaw ........./ ..4 l/e .... ".1110 hell are ...nllll.'" alufrlah la
-- tI.u.I" or 1'ENRAIN5,5ENVS ..(. mk.rlnIk* fall..ugn I I 4)N ., ) .1.. 5. I*. heir
-- -I prBrly I.a'r LWs4Flout. ; IMI ra.aotHH .5.l .{ ,. mmrrnnts, rpnn LIMIAL NOTKHIN fribed NtMkBf OVue1b.1 II see 4 1Tsashlo I Sula,