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: May 7, 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
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Murrhre George U Carlisle and Jesse P. Tyneaiwamprd
their opponents In yesterday's flection.

The anvil plurality In the campaign went to Mr. Tjmea
who was the only candidate nrrpt Mr Carlisle who canted

every precinct

The County precincts were tallied In a tense atmosphereIn
which can blocked lr fflo for block around the County
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I'ncenflrmed report In Oreen Cove Ibis week MM.
Edward B. Taylor last Saturday wai named president ef
: thai t:. K, lessen, a ,...h" In the Deval County school
the nrwlr-erianlied State I-H Club Council which, for the
system and Republican candidate fee lbe mate Let UUIure,
Jennings Munhee, Si-year-old Keystone Umber and
tint time, eemblnee ben and (trie In the lime Statewide organization -
has been UU by the effUe .( the Ihital
cattleman named Sheriff te succeed John Halt Beatlvt NuprrlnUndtnttr
The 17-year-old Clay High frnler, eon ef Mayer was
and Edward B. Taylor ef Green Cove. plane U enter the out his opponent, veteran kiUUtor, H. D. Saander. Mr. County General lupervtser ef Hcheob. Jesse r. Tynea, Jr.WM Pahlle Instrwellon U relin hie. teaching fob tr gel.
out ef the palltlral The Crete nt .
University ef Florida lint year lib plane for a career following Murrhee ran en a platform holding his own personal I.- elected I Superintendent ef r.,... Intlrwctlen to syeceed raee. w111.ary additional
his allege education accordlnf U members ef his Irity Impeccable and promlslnf te do away with "political Mrs Illrrie Long wbe. was appointed several months aio te Information tn this Mat week and will go Isle Mm
detail a* U tow voter In the general election l In Novem
family I are still uncertain.Middleburgers. battery succeed her husband, wbe Is III Mr, T,...' platform was
J bet may write-In IM name .f any ".... whose aas .
.based en his reiterated& claim that he was the only presently
does not appear en the batUt
r'r uatlfled randldale who Maid enure the eentlawed aecrtdlUllen
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Flooded Approtlmalely 1100 County voter, out of mort than
1000 who wire qualified went to the poll and I'" political

iwweomtr Jennings Murrtuw, of Keystone, and Oeori Carlisle,
By Black Creek, Dig Out, Incumbent slick ol UM proud Court landslide victories. Their
opponentslaw Representative f. D. Saunters, a veteran of
Resident on the north prong of Black Creek In the Mlddlebun : r ; 10 years 'In Uw CotinUI political batllM. and WlBlam Webb
area, are dlnlnf out today after torrential ralna on a Puvel Count school teacher, rent down Id d.ftal In &the free
Saturday swelled the creek to an estimated 13 feet above 1U of campalcni based largely on the lu of Integrity,

In the nt for io .rnor, &he& County pave tn ovtrwhvtm
While no casualties were reported In Clay County, the
hug vole to Jacksonville Mayor Ifaydon Burn.
heavy rains of Saturday flooded the river tn the Maxvllle area

25 miles northwest Mlddleburf and two men lost their live* Mayor Hurra carried apprclmaUly 10 per cent more voles
by drowning In the Mlddleburf area, preliminary .une,. by titan all hU OIlJ1OlItn&e In Uw DtmocraU primary comblntd.Th .
representatives of the Sheriffs office the State Highway Patrol
the County Civil Defense director and others Indicated. the total l 3 County also far heavy pluralities to Aerator Holland.AtU ,
lineal and Public VUlltlea. Commlaalorwr)
lots In the thousand of doUara. >ri*y Kyn '

Four block houses, eight mobile homea, 33 frame houses, Mann,
eight! can a tractor and a concrete grag are said to have ; In other County race, Gore Bailey cam within an Inch of

been evacuated Most of the evacuees went to the homea of hX winning the& seal on UM chool: Board held for yeas by Jack

friends WUktrwon The absentee ballot to be counted today eould put
The Rev Gordon Craig. County chairman of the Red Cross, him In. U II dues tat, the run off Iwo weeks from now aca'nal'
and John O Grant Red Crow field secretary In charge of Mr. Wilkinson ml,ht give him a heavy plurality,
northeast Florida, were at the seen Sunday night and. on Monday ,
set up emergency aid headquarters at the Mlddlebun i Par eonttable, dletrlrl. t. the runoff win fee between In*
Methodist Church. cunibenl James Knowtee, and Ronald Vrooker

There was apparently no warning of the flood at 2 o'clock for 'JueUce of the ...... ..."".. I, &the run off will be be.
In Middleburg when the Methodist Church the Aisle'soldest
tn point of continuous service, selebrated Its annual Lather I. fOeler) W..... Veers a ,..-." aalet Everett tress Kay Bradley and Lulls l'adcttL for eorwUble dtetrkl
anvil Cwt Clerk' George U CWBole a f.... ef two I. tneumbent Carl C. MoeWy piled up close to a bualo-ora
homecoming At 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon there was apparently Urvae !I. the af flee, wen re........ over Decal C..*ty IreeherIt lap QsmailiileaiT vTUMM polled apeeoeleaaiely. si per wet victory. Per justice of &the ...... dutrtot I, Kelvin A. Oliver
no warning that the flash flood that had struck 'mum E. Webb, M,.CarNtle, who. reaialntd .nrvfrkd during ., Ue ..... eels wet fer Me seal oej the Oeanly CeeieiUUa.ISUff won a narrow victory over frank M llerndon. for eoniUble.dieirtel ,

MacvUJe nearly 11 hour earlier would whirl through Middle the ........ ta wkkk hie oppenesit ....... .be ...W bring ..... by Goy Kea) I. the runoff will be between ttek L, Fadtfttl and
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Secretary of State Tom Funds< raised
Curtailment of services I n and perishable articles will con. I at the d:
will be the principal nor will be
I Adams used for
World Revolution: Here some of the County's larger ,I tine to be delivered six days speaker at a fund-rasing .hipS. ICboJa l

poet offices went into effecton weekly. There will be no change dinner at 8t Johns River Featuring fried
Monday, Post Office author- in special delivery service- i o'clockon the chick'
College at 7 : dinners
Junior win
"Conflict, wrote Nikolai Lenin, meaning conflict between COst 2
Itlea will effect
say they a saving *
all and any democratic peoples and International Communism, I of approximately mil Only one consolidated stamp the evening of May 13. person.

"Is unavoidable, and here Is the greatest difficulty of the Rua- / lion. This is only a small fraction and parcel post window will be
clan (world) Revolution its greatest historical task that of opened
of the department's annual 0 n Saturdays until l I
Vets Use GI Insurance Dividend
PROVOKING the International Revolution.
I deficit though postal rates have noon. While registry and COD i
In the late Thirties, the democratiO nations of the world gone up and service has gone service may be obtained at this !
of the meet
(those which guarantee the free ballot, free speech, freedom of down for 30 years. window order windowswill M. T. Dixon director !' monthly premiunu.hm.
assembly, etc.. very nearly let freedom slip through their Parcel post deliveries will be Depatment of Veterans Affair the policy bolder fall to >
closed all Saturday
fingers while Neville Chamberlain talked grandly of "peace be day for Florida has announced that I them before the end of
only five days a week All postal savings Inquiry and t
in our tune," and Robert Taft (within a week before the Jap million veterans who Si-day period.
almost a
except that 6-day service will claims, meter settings, box
sneak attack on Pearl Harbour) said no nation on earth would These dividends J
be continued on all mounted, rental collections and trust rR i 7t hold OI life Insurance policies are sub)
dare attack the United States.
ever to
rural and star routes First fund deposits will also be closed are using their regular annual withdrawal by the polic;,
In a boom period such as we are enjoying, It Is easy to I t holder on request-
class parcels, air parcel post Saturday loss
dividends to guard against
delude ourselves. There Is food In the cupboards, one or more Dixon said a pollcyhold
children In or through college, two cars in the garage .all's of their insurance.The who wishes to join those '
right with the world. But consider some of the Items In last I VA baa paid nearly $230 who leave their dmi

Monday's Florida Tlmes-Union and remember there 1s no men- Death Strikes Twice At million In dividends for 1964 I ends on deposit with VA ft
tion of the terrifying Implications Inherent In the regimes In Goy w Bolts, president and chief executive officer ef the to more than 4.7 million veterans this purpose should write t
Havana, Peptng, several South American nations and other Barnett National Bank ef Jacksonville, has purchased the .- and serviceman who hold the VA office which serves h.

waypolnts. Day Political Forces room contemporary home on Doctors Lake formerly owned participating 01 Insuranre. policy, or by writing to Due
Item:; "Mounting Communist Viet Cong terrorism give . by Mrs. Eleanor E. O"Reffly, of Jacksonville. The home, occupying 01 policy holders may art at P. O. Bar 1417 st Peter
(Saigon) the Jitters. ,Ufl. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge the highest B-acre plot on the lake, has a 71-foot range Dixon said, to leave future I burg and when writing slat
denounced the Viet Cong tactics as murderous and utterly revolting I Death struck twice last week ren. Burial wu in Portland.On porch at the entrance aide and the rear, fating the lake, opeM annual dividends with the insurance matters make iui
to civilized people everywhere. end at the political camp of Sunday, the father-in- through sliding glass wan, onto the garden and pool The VA at interest as a credit to to Include policy number

Item: "(Montevideo) "police braced for an expected wave Jack R. Day. law of Joseph Marcy, Mr Day's property. was marketed by the Florida offices of Preview, ) IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII- -
of terrorist bombings On Friday,Mr. Day's mother. pollUcal mentor, died in Hyde Inc., and was sold by Shelly, Mlddfebreoa O'Ltary of Jack

Item: "President Sukarno (of Indonesia) . ,urged: 21 million I In-law, Mrs Mary Parkinson, Park, Mass. Joseph Plochankl, IOn Ue. OF COURSE YOU CAN RENT
volunteers to crush the Malaysian Federation. 72-years-old, died in Portland, 78, left five other daughters in ------- --- I

Item: "Hundreds of Bulgarian Orthodox churchgoerswere Me. In addition to Mrs Day, addition to Mrs Marcy. He Mrs. H. D.Brown
Involved In clashes with police and Communist youths I I she leaves a son and three I I also leaves 24 grandchildren I YOUR FORMALS f

In Sofia before Eastern Resurrection (Easter) Mass in the daughters and 17 grandchild I and four great grandchildren. Services for Mrs. Mary Rebecca was 69 years old. .
cathedral ---- Peters Brown, operator I I Besides her husband, she

Item*. "Unruly crowds burned tires, smashed bottles and of the st. Johns Motel, Orange leaves two sons, H. D. Brown, WE ARE NOW

dumped garbage In Santo Domingo streets ,despite police Setters tn tip Suitor I Park, were held yesterday In I,,I Jr., of Orange Park, and Robert TAKING SPECIAL
attempts to halt demostratlons A grave threat to the ruling Princeton, W, Va. Mrs. Brown,i; Brown, of Princeton; a
triumvirate appeared to be developing. wife of H. E. Brown, died enJ i daughter Mrs. W. O. Damron, M ORDERS FOR
Item: "The British command announced an offensive route from Orange Park to I J i of Norfolk; a brother, Frank
against Yemen-based rebels The move followed unconfirmed To the Clay County Crescent: lican convention If they. gave Clay Memorial Hospital. She Peters, of Roanoke, Va. and Le. ,

reports that the heads of a British captain and a trooper killed I find the Editor's Note ap you a Cadillac, and Ignore the had lived In Orange Park more I two grandchildren. ?) FORMALS
by the rebels had been paraded on sticks In the Yemeni capitol pended to Mr. McClaln's let. Democratic convention if thelcl1dn.t. than four years.A Burial was I n Princeton.

of Sanaa." ter something of a shocker native of Norfolk, Va., she Helm Funeral Home was In ,
What It adds up to In my William HawkinsEditor's ,. was a member of the Episcopal charge of arrangements. ALL NEW AND
( Note: The writer of u -
Church In Princeton and of the
mind Is a flat statement that I SMARTEST STYLES
the letter
your editorial columns are for above from are which taken the Is excerpts Order of the Eastern Star. She Four Get Degrees
Jottiktct tby a I I FOR :
sale.You well-known New York newspaperman students
I Three County college -
either operate a service and novelist and a W. Shands I have been graduated at :
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DUNCAN ORONER: for your readers, which has very old and clone friend of I ,1GRADUATION;
I Florida Stae University. They
to be Impartial If it has any the editor of this I
Honcrd Darr I are: Marcella Faye Knowles,
face In value, or you run a club of
The people have spoken. And though we now I ourselves, we think of Green Cove, who received
run-off and, again In November, a free loaders.I ha is right In principle. In 't I
another two weeks, a I ? I I Joseph W, Shands, of Jack a bachelor of Science In Ed- PROMS PARTIES.
general election; a general trend has been established. cannot for the life of me this reversal, it should be added Mussler
sonvllle, Is one of five lawyers ucation, Cheryl Lynn ,
other profitable things upon which we comprehend the juxtaposition there Is no connection in
There are now Park received the
being; honored this week by of Orange ,
In recent weeks on of "news ooYera.. In one sen The Crescent between how '
can expend some of the passion spent I the Florida Bar Association u same degree; and Herbert P, 0WE :
knee, and of "lot of free publicity much a store (or politician)
political personalities. received
60-year members. MaMee, of Keystone, ,
The very essence of democrael.? notwlthatandlnl In the next. They aren't advertises and what we may of Science in Bus WHITE
Mr, Shands, a former presi a bachelor ARE SHOWING A COMPLETE LINE OF :
what the United States Supreme Court may think or say to and never can be the same say of It 'or him editorially dent of the Atlantic National iness.

the oontary . Is that It achieves the expression, through thing Over a year ago The Crescent Bank 0 f Jacksonville, Is a At the same time, it was an- : COATS BLACK IVEY SLACKS WHITE SHIRTS
'secret balloting of the will ot the majority. And those of us What this amounts to saying, had an advertising salesman
In Lakeland that Dorothy
brother of the late A. o.Shands nounced -BlACK BOW TIES. MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW
who rods the wrong horses this time must respect Tueec1a,. I feel, Is "This event took place.If and when It became known he of Green Cove. He Is Jean Boulware, of Orange :

expression I get! a free hot dog, It's was telling potential advertisers a graduate of Columbia University Park, will receive a degree u : USE OUR LAY-AWAY FLAN
For between now and the next such primary four years worth plenty of reading space that If they failed to and was admitted to bachelpr of Science In Edu- : ,.
will or boggle Its miraculous opportunity for subscribers. If I dont ante with ads they wouldbe
hence, Clay County grasp my up th. practice of UW In 1114- I cation at commencement ex* : BOYS'
for growth: In population, In the diversity and It's not worth any" That,' I'' 'attacked In the editorial The four honored are graduates erclses next week at Florida WAR HARRY'S S WEAR

strength of Its economy, and, perhaps most lmportantly'ina believe, Is' an artificial basis on columns of the paper, he wu of four other colleges: Southern College. .
social atmosphere which shuns and renounces cloak-and- which to Judge the value of fired on the telephone for fear Georgetown, Virginia, Shaw Miss Boulware II a daughter : GREEN COVE SPRINGS i

dagger vengeance, news. I he might let to another potential and Florida of Mr. and Mrs- J. II. Boulware. :'-+++++++++++1111 t 11111111111111 t 1I11I1111111
But we cannot and must not now sit back and expect Over the years I've watched advertiser before he could -- -- --
the men and women ws have elected to publlo office and so much of this It still moves be dismissed. Further, The __ I Iiii
public trust to perform, alone, the task of our Industrialisation me deeply. A nationally known Crescent Is on record u sayinga
of our growth. If each of them had a thousand columnist (name deleted) spending political advertiser would be
times the Intellect and sagacity he has, It would still be an a week at the Boston Rita subject: to adverse comment no
impossible task. It Is up to each and every one of us, u In* to write a book and skipping matter bow much he advertised.

dividual and u a team, .not three or two teams. One will the bill etc. We believe, again In principle .

do It would be very Interesting that an organization The Bank of Green Cove Springs
The proof of this U that Johns Manville, one ol the to me to know more about seeking to promote Its own Interest .
greatest corporate enterprises on this earth, will soon begin your feeling on this subject I should not ask a newspaper .
1 construction ot a mulU-mIlllon dollar manufacturing plantat think at this point that you to pay for the privilegeof
Own Cove and their coming will be the happy harvest are so wrong and McCain so promoting (by publicity) Its

of I rare and rather wonderful display of cooperation be right, that I can't bnartn'l'' Interests. however In the case Know Your Bank
s tween two powerful Individuals In the County] the heads there being any of public events In which the - -

of our two biggest banks What on earth would happen, I Remember that I am not cause ls one of the general
how much would It hasten our development If these two I talking about the intls-new betterment of the community,
men and others sat down once a week and worked on a of a plate of beans but only ofa The) Crescent will not again I

common goal: the progress of all Clay County policy You see If you 1'1&II1.I ask for favors, Thus, we hope,
One of the principals In Tuesday's primary told me carried this! system far enough,,. we lay to Its eternal net the
months ago that the widely discussed political feud between you might as well say your Issue of free-loaders vs. pay Ronnie Wilkes Joined the staff of the Bank nearly
himself and another power In the County's political pie paper would cover the Repub I your-own-wsy. .r
ture' was not so much a feud between themselves as between three years ago.

their Janissaries. I'f-: I pre. + Born In Burlington, N. C, he moved with his family
It ls unfortunate that every political candidate of any have been circumscribed' the attention their views

substance has since time began attracted Idiots eager to ed In the State government because of the foolish patronage to Oreen Cove when his father.. transferred by Burl
enjoy the !Indebtedness of the powerful. And It Is, I think system that Ferris Bryant chose to employ, As to the latter, i '
fair to say the idiots do their masters more harm than I ran think ot no one who U not pleased with the Job Billy ,, ; r" Ington Industries to the old hosiery mill

good; never realising how despising Is the cordiality which Matthews Is doing In Washington for the people of this I ; .
c. A graduate of Clay High and. currently, a student at
their acts and advocacy create County. Without a scintilla of disrespect for Charles K. I
Last weekend I had several 'Interesting talks with Bennett, I think one of the best things that ever happened 8t. Johns River Junior College he Is married to the
Charles Tilt the managing editor of the Waynsoboro News to the County was the redlstrlcUnc which gave us, as our
Virginian He war here to be with his mother, Mrs. Barbara representative In Congress"' the man who Is now running former Jeanne Marie Oelger, daughter of County Tax

TAIL of MHC. who Is now recuperating after surgery at unoppoted. Collector. E. Wayne Oelger.
Clay Memorial Hospital. But neither, again ran Bitty Mathews and ft sympathe
Charlie Tall had nothing but praise for the warmth Ue governor' In TaUahaseee do what needs to be done. They
and generosity and hospitality of the people of Green Cove and those on the County level, who are elected to do certain

sad most particularly of the doctors and nurses and slat jobs will need the articulate backing of all of us. RONALD WILKESDefaHsfttat
ten at Clay Memorial Hospital. This U the publie Image Now the primary behind ua. now that there ls very r"Deekheoetag
we must always seek to create. But even so, a big Jblg Question little to divide us except old wounds and old frustrations ,
mark goes up when a County official says to an Indus now U the time to get together and move ahead together t- \ I
trial prospect' far far away that another man In the County I can think of no one in the County who will not benefit by
at a knave.I such a movement. can believe w. all could be hurt U the

am not advocating that we transubsUntlate ourselvesinto opposite course U taken.
a sort of latterday New Harmony. I think a proper -

<( af the next guy particularly the stranger, will go a Vang NEW AND f \
'way toward healing some of the ancient political wounds
that have been licked at tor far too many years.
It Is true, we shall need persuasive voices. In the high USED CARS The County's Oldest and Largest Bank
councils of government' In Tallahassee and W&Ihlna--

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VOLUNTEERS ABU AID that makes possible fire Little
More than 1300 bad been re League
Members of the Meadow- protection in the Mea dow Sponsors
celved by the first of this week. Br
brook-Bellalr volunteer fire department brook and Bellalr Subdivisions
I These funds have come mostly The Rev Dr. G orie Howard
and of the ladle auxiliary Visitation is running a little
from Meadowbrook Units S and
are visiting house in behind schedule due to a rash and still cat its mouse, an ox Its 11'1I.1
4. Reports money are
Meadowbrook, Unit l and 2. of fires that has taken some of outstanding from Bellalr. Business and they ask for nothing more
-- But the whole world as Carlyle I
establishments are yet to
said, Is not enough to make
be contacted.
boot black happy Made in U1.1
The Mead owbrook-Bellalr
Helm image of Ood man can never r A y 4 n y
volunter fire department protects
c. find satisfaction in the glitter .
: some 649 houses Support I
of gadgets or the service of
Is given surrounding volunteer
salesman. "Thou hast made us '
fire department whenever re- 11t bN'II'
FIIIeraIlolle being for Thyself," said St. Augustine -
quested. New houses are w
"and only in Thee
can we I
occupied dally In this rapidly "
CHARLES HELM expanding community: If be 18 Uaned.

your contribution has not yet In To lito r'. "War and
Funeral Director been received, please mall it Peace," Prince Pierre lay wounded
Cid. in the envelope brought to your on the field of Detrains
1' 1 a Phone 2i-I.'G1G! door! Residents who have not The snow had roused him from
. received a list of emergency I
what might have been his
1tfc Itfl GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA numbers should call :64-6990 DR. HOWARDDo death-b a d. When hit eyee
flt IIWT 11 EAST P. O. BOX US I and one will be brought to opened he found himself easing <',
flh.t your house. you remember the nursery up at the dark heavens
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rhyme: 'Pussy cat pussy populated by stars
to cat when have you been
'I'! I've been to London to see the Well, well," said that a

It'UI GRADUATING PROMING DATING queen. Pussy cat, pussy cat great simple soul in effect, arm wI A Y .
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what did you there, X chased a "I have never seen the stars
mouse right under her chair. until noel I I have spent all my YPHOTO

..;. LOOK LOVELER IN A NADINE FORMAL Fancy going to a city like London life In rooms In lighted rooms 1 V4'A
*p and doing nothing but amongst things and people I
chase a mouse! had to be wounded I had to IV JCMT KOlA

But that U Just like a cat. be on the verge of drain, forsaken Sponsors and reaches ef the Green Cove sort; O. A. Smith president of the Oreo
After all It was doing what a bereft of everything In Ultle League attended a supper at the home Cove Coca-Cela. Bottling Works, another spew
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order that 1 might behold that ef I. I. Judy, League Shewn
cat U supposed to do: chase new president sort and J. II. Gtrrard and James I...". both I
mice But something must be depth of spare and those above. I. U r, ant Mr. lady, Rkhard Braeler. representing the Green Core "ring* Tan
wrong with human beings mho O treat, good Just' God,ltan/I president ef Hewitt. Motors one ef the spon- l.., which Is a new sponsor.
I SltopK I come into this wonderful world
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ef +" f nou and spent most of their lives

chasing the perishable thingsof .

++++++ + H H+11111.+++111111.$ the world. The cat was sat Clay Jr. High Honor Roll WAn You Need
Ufled when its physical needs

jjJ wen supplied But fill a man's A
CORDIALLY INVITE YOU stomach and overwhelm him Olrls outnumbered boys more Debbie hams Karen Harris,

with material! well-belm. and than two to one on the Oreen Connie Olachea, Patsy Paterson MONEY-

f he U still restless. Cove Junior High honor roll Sarah Peres Drbble Sloan,
+' TO COME IN AND SEE THE Here .U the ndlcal difference for the fifth l-week-perlod, Janice Taylor, Brenda. Thomas

between man and the beaiU according to A. D. Duck, prin Janice Weeks and two boys: THINK OF US I Iquickconfidential
Satisfy the eats Instincts and
t NEW BEAUTIFUL SELECTIONS Its whole nature .ls at rest But cipal.Mr. Michael Walters and Vernon loans up

1 N in man there .U a hunger that Duck said while all Junior Willis to 1804. rail first for One Stop
1 1 the world can never satisfy. Hlih students follow the Eighth graders on the honor Service" DAVE TAL80TT. MOB

4I \ Gleaming whites for graduation . exciting The Instinct of the spiritual Is same general eurrirulm, theypursue roll are: Anna Hunt, Sharon
pastel shades for that special party . yeaR In him. Olve him bread and he JOAN CO
their studies In MrCormlck, Madeline Middle- 1
i r find them all waiting for you at lire A wondrrous auks for the moon. He craves appro-I ALLIANC
prate ability level mae and five bays: Bobby of Orange Park
I. : j eolfettlon of frothy, whirling lovelies friendship, purpose truth, love I
C, . so many, many style U ehoooe from ? He feels the pull of the eternal Seventh graders named are; I Bagiett Jeff Daniels. Michael 1111 niVTAT UPkeitesi
na evrr-popabr short length formal and Inertailntly Man U not as strong as the Ann Arrants Josephine Bryant, Elliott Frank Oastmann and Ore.* Coe III-IM4 Orange Park 114-$212

popular long formats Billowing I ox nor as swift as the hound I Linda Sue Cole, Kathie Paul I David utter
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skirts with row after row of nylon lore ha The glory of man U that he
,TE :{ them for every budget, and. for every flgwre. has infinite longings In his
TS Junior ales I U 11 . mires alar* I U 1C! soul of which the 01 and the
Make year affection now-we our easy pay hound know nothing... the J
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"The Scripture I says,''

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I with great heat, and blasphemed

the name of Ood,
I which hath power over these VALIANT.THERE'S

plagues; and they repentednot
to Him glory.
I give
Who did It say had power .
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I and finding relief from
those tormenting Judgments
men are seen I blaspheming
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in the name of Ood
Even the storms which we
are witnessing! be a ful
fitment of the Word of Ood RED HOT
NEW 1964 G.E
For our Lord referring to
his coming, declared: And
there shall be signs In the
sun and In the moon and
In the stan; and upon the
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Mlddleburg Homecoming slnla' : iims The ova! big the bean carpeted lawn ' ori ;'IMik'VecehUyl.
{ n._ n Mff//> &)II &H 1 Penney .,. and lured around one hundred glvert by-Mr, and Mrs. Herbert

) Penner.Fanns residents to rest D. Mirers .at the Pannte

r1 It Ib Beporten'MBS Mull___ MftUA_.__ I t .tit. BERBEBT f<..1.*)*! I D. MTERS, Pbonetxt: j'liJ", ,. 1 In the comfort of the shade of Teachers'' Association/ Meeting
the old ,oak. and watch. the at i the Penney ,''Farms. SchooU'i'
The Iby. and Mrs.iperberJrj # } I Also last week. Mr. and Mrs Mr: and'tlrs, 'kar1e/'Hit
wIfkh"8"' ;T bee. ; of,, *;-1 i Ray Houghtot*,,'St Augustine riatl, bf Eaii' .Lansing."Michigan -. Guild president- in co-operation and the talk given at the King-
1 LIp with Oreen Cove Springs! Lake Missionary Baptist
/ n4ves I three sley
"'t.'i'.ran i : ,orIAFS I'M:',,1 I and her mother, Mrs. Dora. I were Thursday ,'and Friday dress shops launch a clever Church last Sunday-.
of Amsterdam, beca Burrows, her daughter, Barbara guests at the, MemorIanq ,

't WArTWc t '' ,. ,O/, :$l? rII" ,i and her son. Billy, of Ber- , ,C ommunl'". They cameespecially' fashion Four Grace premiere.Shop costumeswere terested were both audiences well ,
and are Ilvlnl! ( In. J.nartmerjt. rutrdston Masi were genesis of (#, 'Mr, Harrison's
/ .,,,r.. -. < ." see effectively modeled by sent swarm around,, eVenInr'\\
: the Cleavers. cousin. ,Mia* EtjrJ I Neelands,
''a/ 'I. Madams Anne Button and play of India curios
,.n. ep jM,iv. Wfl' 'A V* a ,resident< of fo.H C. The Bariisons.an4.MlAS -
Bull Truscott. meetJr
articles after the
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degr'ee' Mr. Donald Davidson of
Q1C yfriltrand ; feelands were
.... Tj-.rr .fT Four Ocher Shop SportsWear ask questions until a late hour
b" ';'(1&.f.I elr"' ,7tr! peq t Winter Park was the guest of Friday.( 'dlnnIuate of the R designs were' 'perfectly At the close of the mtettM.Mrs. a
Bruruwlck 'fhI19 I Mrs. Charles 8. Wright thispast 0. 'Swlgaifi'who bare been :
, lcsypeglfriary. I ,, ,
patterened dngle-handed by Myers Interests all/ the
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he"was' II c'.e.rj\i rdj' tq Saturday fQrnqJtamaone, for
Mrs. O. R. LymanThe : by themhow
I *, ladies present showing?
preach In April 1(24 and wu I / many) ,71aer.dwigut| ,wu designs she' t
Joy Shop's ten tne sari which wears
ordained'/*>p the. Reformed Two friends *f w..;u.,Day one ,pI, .J4r, vH..rrlson'. high -
t cleverly modeled by Mesdames of goods II wrapped r
+ I Church the,followln!:>>''J'afld I van JCxei and .Miss VlrUn.T. achpp} eachers 'la" Ehe long &10. were (S yards .
Clarence Miller. Karen and. draped.! artistically around
.The Oeea hare served in Amsterdam -Morse: namely Mlaa.'NeHie' .. .
KJser '' H. .
A. V Lawson J. the body.67tVBCH'NOTICE'
foe il yeas Prior to'' Brow and...Mis.Frances! y,; .
nolds'of The fourth and last program Houston Elmer. Munich. .!, and .
that they were mlsslonarie* to' Medford. Mass. slop I. ; 1
i the current season, Anne Sutton
the Apache,.Tribe/ of Indians.' ed at M H<0 'C b. sponsored by the Literary Committee The Tea climaxed with the
L They have one'' on,'Donald- way to St. Petersburg.Mm . ,
,. I .. I of the Memorial Home Executive Committee of' the
?it. t ' I tob
Gee, who married and lives
at Santa Fe. r.Y ' I I The ReV. 'Martin IT. 'keasf Community AaIoelaUonL.wu OuM: serving fruit punch.ad 'I'lIKIBlUt'' 'IM.o Ln"'" ""'
: .blQ1 nie>piM j' MemorialUAWA presenting trays piled high
: will,be'ttt breachef at the Pen I .._ socmrr 'C'I
: M."..".. nut 1 710.; ,eye N rat. with san4wiches.rcookles, cake
Amr i n 'JoI rnbrUl 'Church' services'at'11 J, OAI.1I.neo. 'C'n
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--- --- I r ahaferjiaxj,college.'. with a large attendance, present and .confections' :!eh Mdedpleasurableness ,
Irtendl o'clock on SUJ\i.( ,. I ; 'C'a
itch 109 persons attended the In 112J. the year the church wu founded. At.. jrpm TupperLake Mr,I >. . >. -.< ,< I for the "Shalte eAro Evening/ to the event.
homecoming services and picnic ef theM that time and'i gars.i: Clyde'] Sykes', ;Fop, In ( SJ
a Mlddleburg The which .
wen larrer than Jack 1 The' annual''' tneeUn,'df the program was. pre" r ti ",ri .1/ f, r J 1 Ut'' rnvE grB1.4
dltbnrg Methodist Church on Sunday. Theo sonville. At first, held.b for a visit, .The pyka spend mooted by two faculty members "
meetingi were &be Pel'l'fleY"ldemott&r' Church will 1!Dr..'P u.t.>f...Darden;:rhy + Sun ?
all7.lmaU number attendance wu at* hornet of settlers for morning and evening abouif'four'plinths'jach,, : ,, .:winter .'. and Iia k ude6ts of the Drama Ser c sTeld y I
trlliuted combination ef the weather In Cjrlfnjlo I_be"held 'next'Wednesday'evenIng slclan and surgeon, of Houston at 11 ft. m.Y"la2Ijeet. -
to a and aerrlcea, alio for weekly prayer meeting ?r." Section of the Speech Depart.ment
at 7:SO( o'clock. Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
the s ItReai.r'the'poUtical season which kept later ,they met ,Jn' a)little school,bouse, en f ", ,. '., of the University of Flor A. Darden of the Memorial .
peote'tuwy 'ro.a.'CIIiareiHnrrourboaC' the the rear of the Mr. na ,Mra, Po., JenIngs Ida. .
: propertrwhefetbe church new M .r" I. was 'In keeping with the Home ls speeding ADAM AND FALLEN MAN
Count. Anwtr those"'prweht'Were' l.'Uf f.i: otaede. r" "I' ?, neighbor ,frlen4i: of, the I. celebration 'of the 400th an .1 community .. ION
J."II ..',.... & Mr. Trlsbee1.! Mr- t": &: "fib*j) flPJ'i.P':; .,' ,U!!?,P!o P BhebardeInr'Mn Richardson';'the/'Be,;:' '',.nk In mf, (i Iwo years.after. ,florjda.waadmitted., Wales, ,Ntrp,, .Decent; "sltore. : and Mrs: A. 8.: Shakespeare. Bcepes were He noted many changes In the A.L cordial_Invitation is extended
Edwards, minister 01 the church-. Mri."'Robert' U> the 'Union. This was the occasion of a belated Barrows went"to OrUhdb hut presented from three of the church sanctuary since his last to'.tten;" our services. I
Wednrtdky for'a meeting'of vlsll\ here about four ago.I_
: years
II. White. Sunday's celebration commemorated Lumber.for the church was donated by wedding anniversary celebration I tha'Altonnl'' 'of' WeitmlrutefCollege. I English bard's\'P\\;) : "Romeo .
thVltf eonsecntive year the church bnlldlng George Brannlng and slaves owned by Mr.Branntng of the two couples that and Juliet. "As You Like It," jI
tflSttln.'m# FIM'eall cl the Black Creek and Odes Budln,t,n provided the I. they celebrate\ \ together) each : Fulton.' Missouri. : and "The Tempest.''.The scene

i rtabWrecelved'jiodUV;'Church.. .both Its "by,bar TOWS, hen and entries transfer( of 'labor'tor the 1Io1141n,. 'I I I I year.t.: 'I| |. .!H is;: t I I President legwu'present* dIO'ri and'told ot'thd'Col.the 1. strrssed especially Spring and Spring I Is w Here !-, I

.. grout 'of* his\ recenf'TUlt'' to I II h4{ month*i April*and portrayed ' .
. Zhe.JleV'. and ,Mr*.f; D. N,. London,'Cingland.'and''makin.j th y4ne!l MCiedenInd : | 'C'.s\

/liewander! pf yBarasota, w,e re. 'final arrangements 'for the removing : "She. espeare.ever buoyant '

[guests of the Jbj, ind,"Nrt.I of the ruins of one oft and er *ewng."nlf.j|< \ l

.. Lloyd" Ferris' iwo 'day*'last week.,, h t"Old'Christopher'\ Wren The Unryry-Corbmlttft.for( .I TIME FOR.TJIATNEW j
''Both-fartlles-'Were'" formerly, I the pasl year has 'Included Rev I
Tl' hureh buildings
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? connected wlttt the same MetHodlit and MM, .
!;; \- The' complete sheH of the. A,7t plghton. Bev :
Conference in Indiana:' bId bombed-out church win be ,and Myi.:X O.'HempttMd;
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jt 1 .. ., and Mfs"'tt."R.'Oregory '
/II/ Mil' "- I it* Ii'* i MThe torn down and'moved atOne by Rev : /
." Rtt..ancS, .Mrs.ThomuS. stone to' the Campus of West and Mrs. C. H. Coker. Previous I
I 1 +. I program*'Included.'ChrteUnas :
? Cleayer. harp, been.bw. entertalnlng -, minister College and rebuilt u II
: ::::: 11 friends and} relations, a,, Memorial Chapel to Winston Ooncertn.by the Coif Life Blni F'RMcOEEIs'wELOING
_......._ i/i Froni Wednesday 'to Saturday Churchill' who visited the Col- ,er., Ja.kso.vine
) last week;'Mr;'and Mrs Baxter len In'1'48 and delivered hi!* runooln' the War FresU I

D i! ( Hammond 'Of.'< Sorrento.- 'were famous "Iron'Curtain" address dent," by JornvW.'OUrw., I, \ .
___ their futsta. Mrs..Hammond The' College' 1s starting' a Pro,. at''Rblllru'college,' Pub:: '
and.fA.! 'Ltnten & RADIATOR vunityl
JoIn Cleaver' sister.. campaign'to raise several million ; Recital. by '
;@ On Friday and Grace Wall,' Washington.1' ..
Saturday Mr.
\ :Satost0ttll dollars' enlarge and Improve .
I ... and Mrs Herbert Reck of Fort '.the campus' of this Col March, tit r i. \ \ N.; ,Oirangf Avenue '.rh!ne UM1M
Lauderdale were Nests of the legs founded In USl.The Rev. "w "

Cleaver. Mr. Reck was a for- Dr. K ullni-of'JiekeonUle Is !stoma \0 d 'P.t.t/'Xp1t/ 2001:' '

t1Ilh'r'llfl/iu.l/: tT : 44 C M" '"sldent of General also a graduate of this school. the Edgar Wilson lawn was theacent..2L.J9.Y.L81Jr'LTtL rink: tTj And Delivery Service AvailableJM
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IN TUB: CIRCUIT COURT Or Admiral Robert Gold- I lights dropped by aircraft to
In CHANCERYNo. Mrs. Herman Reed and her I I Mrs. W. Borch: Stomp spen thwalte, Commander Fleet Air mark specific spots In the o-

lAkY BEATRICE. IIM DALE sister, Mrs. WUda Charlette the week-end in Atlanta visit- Jacksonville! hat Issued a warn cean. Called marine markers,

rial all ftHl'BKHT I of Tallahassee spent the week tog her daughter, Sandra, whIs tog to beach bathers to be care I the devices fire magnesium

n DALE. JR I end In Jupiter as the guests a student at the Piedmon ful of unidentified object that based compounds and come In

D..ad.atNOlll'a OK SI IT of Mrs. Reed's daughter Mr. School of Nursing have washed ashore. I I several shapes and sizes.

TUB!: STAIN UK KLOItlUA TO: and Mrs A J. Williams Jr., I I Some of three Items are dan ; The usual' marker Is crlln
rill Hubert Dale and family on Jupiter. MOTHER'S DAY serous, particularly should they I drlcal In shape > Inches in

------ PIED tknt a suit ha ben. filed M r a. Slater Robinson re* will observe Mothers Day Sunday markers or unexploded mine has either a wooden or alum-

MILBERGER CLAY COUNTY HEALTH1 axilnn CUM and yes you In U*are abovo hereby entitled required turned recently from Ft. Walton with a special service at In all cases the objects should lum outer casing. Another type

W.D.Morris CENTER UHEEN, rLOR1DA"INVITATION COVBSPKIMJ8. I to .er,* upon plaintiffs there she visited her son 1100.: Flowers will be given U be left alone and the proper'authorities 'I I Is square 8 inches by 24 inches

TO BID" drew nttornty appear whose II....came..., your and written od. Slater Jr. who was 111. the oldest and youngest mothe notified Immediate and made of wood. In all cases
I REFRIGERATION Distributor TOil are> invlud to bid o. an, derme. If *ay, to the bill present at the service. ly, marker have Navy mark.
or all of the b.low listed C.- of oomplnlnt In said Suit copy olwhich the
norm of qulpmnl for U. CU], I* t.llvered to you herewith Mr and Mrs. Floyd Brooker'or Especially dangerous Is a Ings and are bar aluminum or
All Jersey Milk County Health Ctnur, OrttlCovo , oa or "bWor May II, A.D.
SERVICEAir Jacksonville recently' spent
dprlnii., Florida. The III*. WEDDING FLANSANNOUNCED variety of flame and smoke bluish-gray in color.
bids will bo rorolvod soil op..4 Heroin tail not or dwiroo pro the weekend at the home of
CondHUBleur, ..,..**"t... For .I ,b. office of lh. Clerk ot th. ronteMo will tv* entered analnityou -- -
t ..* Reo.ll* Serrlr* Court In tho Court Hou.. for tko relief prayed la the Mrs. A B. Reid, while visiting Miss Mary Rosalind Knight,
f 8. Palmetto Street Green Covo Bprtnti OB Mat IIllll. bill of romplalntTH8 friends and relatives in Oreen
HOME DELIVERYCALL tt S 00 A.M. : NATURB' Or !SAID SUIT daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
e Home Phone ZS4-S7IO .l.Sorl.s: i ot tqulpmont to kbIJ BKlVd rt lR DIVORCE. Cove Knight, of Orange Park:,
Bn.lr,_ Phone m-BMIl are aa follow: WITNESS my hand and the
1, CLINIC ANL MEDICAL enl *f ink Court at Oreen Co,.. and Mrs. Carl Edward Tebbe, Take 5e CLEODOBSON
261.1''*.) or m-.ltt EQUIPMENT Uprlnc KloMd this 11 day .f Mrs Slater Robinson returned of Mrs. and Mrs Charts '
1IKR11B U CARLISLE last week from Ft. B, Tebbe, of Doctors Inlet, wl l
SERVICE TRADING POST I. JANITORIAL EQUIPMENT Clerk Circuit Court here she visited her son Salter -
be united In marriage at thRldgewood
4. X-KAY KgilPMENTI. B* Retlllo. Rid I.,
b We Repair All Brands PHTei('A1. THERAPY (Court Mall| Jr. who had been ill.! Baptist Church on lur ;
Servicing Clay County CAREY'S TRADING POST Bidder EQUIPMENT: will: b. ,.qul,'" U _".", .. J Deputy, Itl,..,Clock* Saturday afternoon, May 23: I
For Sixteen Tears submit bid. on all Homo IliUd Attornoy for Plaintiff Mrs, D. Johnston of Los An. S.30 o'clock. All friends and
WE In which thi A del,.. at :
BUY SELL TRADE a lmory upon **: I
Orange Park Ph. 1649585FULLERTON'S are blddln. Suppll.rt tumUMni P.o. But IIIQrn lelt'l" the guest of her daughter relatives are Invited to attend, I
11t Three locations equipment' equal to hems opoeU Cove Sprint. Florid. Mr*. Alan C. Ewlg.CIIIRCIIES .
fi.d will bo roaulrod to lubmllbrorhur '.11, '1. l 0. I-T ...
1J E Palmer St,Ph. tS4-J2lt -- - -- --
and is.oue.t.
** sample upon HKAIJTY SAT.ONAnilrn
Everythingcomes to him wh
14 N. Orange Are 'Warehouse tit antique*-old I TAKE FARTIV
had all equip
e rrlro oa KOTKB hustles while he waits.
Green Cove Spc 284-4044 Gym Bld,.. S. Orange Ave mInD"h inrlud* d.li,.ry to f--- --- SOIL STEWARDSHIP
the City County Hoilta C.nl.r, Thomas Edlso
'"BIG TOP" tent-Standing been Cove Hprlntn Florida. NOTICE Or INTENTION TO OBSERVANCE THIS WEEK *
.rt.uo and/or InitMlatlon. olqulpmont. UKOISTKK FICTlTlora NAME
in the
Blvd. at Rldgewood pltxln oarh piece olqulpmont N.."... I Is hereby II lven that Seventeen churches
BEVERAGES In the doln.t4room the underlsnd under tho pro. County are participating in
Furniture and appliances al and rr>lc .n ot a ydumarwl VI.Ion.' ot chapter HI ''. I<*w. RBMMGESALE
.quipm:::. Ruortiful of Florida. Art of III?. will ro.liter Soil Bte 'ardnhlp Week \\ .\IInllunl'('( -
bargain price gift bid'lro to furnish oqulpmont with the Clerk ., th* Jack Wilkinson chairmanof
PAUL'SAll within SO day after bid award, Circuit Court In and for Clay
IPHOL8TER1NQBAXIEY'STRIMSHO" or hid I te mn<*.11001. County, Mint of Florida upon the County 8011 Conservation
|J>ti o( required *qulpmnt are reoelnt of proof of publication district, said this year's 11'illiamoIluirstyliot
Legal Beverages TilUM at Ills cfflr of th* of this nnltro th* Flrlltlou
Open S A. M. to 1 A. M. Circuit Court Clerk, Court' Ho".., name of Whlto Ant Store.Hianed observance, those theme is "To
Oren ('ova 8prlnr, riorld. !Rufus. II. Mrlwtkr Each Among Us, A Share,"
Duval County Line The Bnnrd of 'nmmissinnera of Hlbernla Rt.
Circle of the
North of Orange ParkBOT9 Complete Ante .* Furniture ('I.I T County re..,,..t the right Oreen Co*. Spring., underscores the responsblllty The Founders
col til tildoOKOHOK Garden
to ect any or Fla Oreen Cove Springs
I'pholnterlng : f. CAHUm.It 4-Y,10.II. II of every cltlnen In meeting the
n. nl Circuit Court.' Club will hold a RummageBale
1100 W. Idlewlld Ave r responsibilities of roll
is four senior
now one of the operators
-- on Saturday, May 9, at
Ph. II..UIS April. U. II. It Mar T. UK. LK: .te".rd-I the V. I A. pallo. at 10
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Green Cove Springs, Florida Moat County
Free EstimatesVf.p : ---- IN TUB ('IItCtTITll'RT Or observance ofhe o'clock,
MERCURY; A JOIINSO.VENGINES Pick-up anti Delivery In fl1ANCERTAudrp : Sunday because nut Sunday IIMothtr'
IN TUB COURT Or TUB Murrhce I'lt-o Dolmtm Itcniity Salon
/ NMcU irf Day
Handle Any and All ef Tern ({)..NTY Jl'lMIB IN AND FOR ry ,
CROSBY BOATS I'phoUtery NeMi! CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA rialnllff Those participating are I
FK-J5Y T'UIUII": IN PKODATUFILK First Insurance Agency
First Methodist Church
Sl Sunn IItiti-1 flrwi Covo f411rlnl(8
8ALF.SERVICE I ItPESTATE l>ofen Owner Upholsterer MmEDWIN '
: or H. L. COTTON 'worn N or ai IT
OUTBOARD REt AIR BAXLET d..4. I TUB STATIC OF ri4>HII>A-TOl Baptist Church and Hickory

II",. 17 Orange Park Son and 'phol.t.l'f'r 4 ,.... NOTICB..(.lIt KINAt" Or rll.INti DlW'IIAIUiH PRTITION or 1t..I"Melvln....Mrtlulrt.. I'nk.w Drove Baptist Church all of a i MI.,noJHI:-I r.m
Phone CO 4 JIM C. A. HUMMEL ANCILLARY EXBCUTOR. YOU AHH IIERKUY NOTiriED Green Cove; First Baptist A nn np..wY1M.1i.
hereby Ira that I that a euit ha* been fll.d ...In.t .
UphoUtrrrr ,.... 1Ia'"W.: my fla.l r.turne a you In the above ntltled. es.... Church, First a Methodist .
1 SIGN PAINTING inrllUry eierutor ot tho estate, and you are hereby required, iseerye Church the Orange Park Pree* For it|)|>nt
ot II. U Cotton, 0oe.*odi thatI .pon plaintiff* tlorny
KKKK: : ESTIMATESALL I Mrs tiled my petition or dl.lrIMtloa who* Same and .d"""... appear bytertan Church and the First
and for discharge horses your written defen.oa. If all of '
't.II Baptist Church Orange last, IUCIIARM Ml'llHHr1
WORK GUARANTEED and that on Nat IH4 I willapply i a.y, to the bill I of oomnlalnt In
QUALITY to the HonoraM Thorn. old lull. oopy of which I* ... Park; the First Baptist and the
ORANflK: PARK J HU.fi County Judge of Clay llvered to you kertwllh, *n or churches of Key A..trOOne
County Florid, for approval of .kef..re' June I A II. llll Community ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
SIGN PAINTIINGLEE UPHOLSTERYArchie : nld return and for an .,tIe, ot Heroin fall not or dorr.* pr* ,tonebe; Methodist Church I tn.,'"
I .. .... ...
dUlrlboJIon and for final dl* o will k* enlereil against Oua.rll. Moil
Fadtetl rhar.s *. ..<-Ulary" otocalar .. yon for III. relief ,re*.. In Ik. lof Doctoss Inlet; the DlackCreek IIU", tohv
WARNER the will ., II. U Cotton Is.see..1. kill ., romplalnt. Baptist Church and the .
On Rlngtkr Ave, ZealEast TUB' NATl'IIM OF SAID SUIT sots 'Ull"
.1 II.,. IT Mrlha Potion nardu' RFINO FOH IRv.rraWITNess Community Church both ofPfMf"
A-riilanr E' rn, kand and Ik.. j the Mlddleburg CLAY
Orange Park. Fla. Pb. N. COntreu ...1111I I -1-t1.fi 1II Seal! *f said Court at Dime c.,.. Farms; Fa.ne ....17n Atkinson'sP1MRMACIES
i KprlnM, FloHd. Ibis 41k day ..1May Baptist Church, the Lo n ,-
Phone II' JI' Orange Park. Fkw-
All 1514.AIp.N11e .
I I. CARt.KLB branch Baptist Church and the Msll.yhee Friday T.e

Clerk. rlrra11.rt. Clay RIO Baptist Church of 1'ne*>e ..,II .,..1.,
II, Vltlan If Sokml Rune I II Baptist 7 A 9 TOUR rPI1NDLY" AMILY DIIU6 91011i4'NN4'
>e uiy clerk Clay Hill; pale.Sat.

5' E IEE t C NapaAil.rsr Church, and the Shiloh Bap ,A '11.. ( .Nlls...
t ( P, n. ...* IIIIroe list of South OranCove From IBM.V4 .
DA3DTSil ( Cote sprini rinrldf. Church I _.
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_ -'. 1/. II. II_ .-
S o Announce the preview of our Orange Park Pharmacy.We
I l > Taw. A m

May I,7.a5 Invite our lutlghbors In Grin Cove iprtnga, .J44leburr.,

FOR SALE-14-rt otitbeaHheat L.I I Cotney Tire Service LIST OF ADMIN
L A.0OT'C 1
with IS-II" Jeaaaen engine -I FOR IALE-lI' MEIIENOCR: : Doctors Inlet, Utadowbrook-PeUalf A Orange Park.

grebe filly .. 4p.L fall
and &rat..,. AH la es- IN' ORaJIT COfRT, f'Ol'nnl CeI. lark A King Jaeboavtf.Phstwl ----- ant IlIr,. 17, Orange Pafk. ..... Phone 114-3441
eM...... Ma with
length e JUKICIAL ciHcurr or
..., MBdltleai all fee 1171.
.... S kwrter stare, nxHII. CLAY OKTNTT, .at May 1
CaD GC8 SI4-44U fl. gas I rbOKIUA. IN CIIANCKRT tV .un If IV ....
t kwnks and 14 gaOtsj eej* No' llllrKDERAT CH'EEN or OUTtB SPACE FAMOUS LOFT8 CANDY
HaW tank. 71 Jehr.se with AMfUCIATIUN. e.,*.railoa TIRE a"

renerater, is***! abed I*. less oto..

FOR SALE-I Cob Cadet Trae- that! II hear* rt.an.af Usae j I .. .1.llIr WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING

tee with fenders red skewer !. .. ..... 4 wheel l tne-...,' IUHItIt'TJI: R IKMNKA cad RE.CAPPIVOR'TRYADINO: ..
eiMtWnt MndltUn. M.014 sWelling HU4AM K. &BL.INKA.hie wNb
trailer ... .. aetstasaate best .

eel RaoUater Shop A ..,pi.. liD SI4-S1M. Coll I".t.(. *r atrr
....... XI4-I141 ..,. I I TUB rrATB or rt oHinA- RFPAILINOF.
I I ,.. CKUNclA. kit wily .. 1'.t t.t the lAaOllTfi - -

FOR EENT-I ,... fermUh Hldn> or* KakoownYot ......, ...1,..* that seas M**. A T.... FreeCandy

FOR SALE-1 ... self .rewIM t4 art at IN Weal It. |M a eon tao ......*,bees.S ..u Iliad,,,,,aioioot d.... cad yoIn 'i )rllmtor Miller TirH Autolile flatteries Mai I'. II. .II
.... .... with .
with labia and water. Flee lht yo. ar* ...,.*, rioir4 .o;
k." CUaUai ..g I I.. I7S.M. .., 'ila peer o.*.., with tko Clerk
CCS .14-1111 .t Ibis C..rt. *n. I. Servo a I ... Ia
MeOM Wrldlng eel Ra4laUr8a i espy '11.,_, epee tke pial.urt .
*" ...... 114-1141 ..,-. .r elalnlltr* *,l.ro.r, wttoM ,
... OU.\SfJt:
.. ** ... *4dr I.MANON *' I
BTHATrORO.Aitorooy !

A.'fTOn-N": eewtsif .1 I 11 Hre.*.r....law.WI.. ... I I Station. ICo'll Service, I
CATTLE a.4 BOO BREED.D eetat Mrs R.Vr wMo.o. .
eitenU .., later tll.. JnM .. A.I IMt.It It. V. .. ltleleey 87 P1..4114.1111'HEM'S
O C*B.rt .. artindal to.eeealaatlee Lentil Ill L haler etre.4pfceoe ; yot foil a *. ** orte: pro RooK
relief '* * U
tor Iko .
} WW yew eewrea4y II lit..,... ..Mew eoofee y.O will ko salad ...**.! I

M M k... tattarJIsUly.FketM tko ....1.,... I ._ '
of all ail bCarols. ,
Tko esters
OCS U4-I4IL 1-U-t I I .,. o, a oMfi.>** a* 151he. HUDSON
...,,, ellMt.e I* Clap O.oty,
.. .Mrrlk.4 a'tell '
WA4TED-Egenleas.l ",WP riofk II. M .b .. ..........-. GO'OO' NEVUS'II jt GA7ERINGO
,I .... S **o r :ie>. to MlrMrd4 ,
FOR REMTl Nke S **>*.. aM ..*.> ear MeaN" In fUi Ii..a *. **Is '
ai i IU.Ua.en la**,'I II M. It. Mkln re s1..1 I
a**.*, scaly teabrtf .teaiee WtUIng aa r1..Ns. EAGL ra
eat, r..oon.k>*. large ur4 as- OCi JM-IUI I I y.(.lap"..Clna/C* witk. Oil SfACM NBA' I' Y M 41er.r a. ty M Ian. We a IsI1h.S Mm1.e Party

Nt..". .r1I6aW. Cd Ptsaeytar. II' T-ITIII'" a lea ..5111.:. Isa.. a ..trrrb4e o.iSty ..... I' PI ewe iM eecal .l
.a.S29-t2ll. JttIc ---I IaunJTna.A. I' best ., so'h.d II Mss Co' ,' '
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hAMr ., ... n.-.It -
FOB REXT-I tieVseaseeB hew .. .y .... *.*. *.I I flees Sly TIMa H S... P JU. Sleah g .... M ...ay 4sa.. ...,....

ranUM4 air ...-" tU-Uil. f.....' CVe PIUDAT iATVROAT SUNDAYrrrr
Mdy .... ,
Mematteei le.Ps. M 11
,..... Ma611111k.s.. .. a.111Se$41,77pwa.
......*. til Ry BI'w4. p...., ..,....' '-f. I* II M "... A Tbw It

iM-nia. SSUIeAREA I II I eespW Wet.s4Me. AS Mb ...... Mow adw

.. .II'. I' ti5Np .,. I I> URR
M ..... $5..e. P,0. ... m..awe *

1: : : : : : : :BUSINESS: : :DIRECTORY ".... .. WPT'Se..TRS I> CANDIES Fee AFP1NEM.or o.PIPER., QCAUTT :.

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. .. MomuO TO In'' ...j1.4. M to tke (...M sad .rrr

RAIL rx-Rxnvatt. co. I F ARMACTFmotviM PUlU"on1CC NAWL'r ea. M M Ike WIT V*w..... gjrto tke FreeCAMOT .
Fin. ......r. nrrtr co. riS

It.rpe11.1 A- I paBehil rnir* Abb&l11 .. ............................ FA nrTllUB.SDAY. \
t_ __ rM.w I"I. ttoyel r Je -. Jr.vxta 0wIIIf (n s.wa. r urn
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.........,. aa4 Itoeawtt* I T. r

Hems fee Travel ....... Caw trte9avn ttI Orw4ia4 .. .... . . .. '.H .

Ostel TBgvo blast FtMJkttf tttll...... ...... 11141 aLon 1..1
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New York Bound
"Super-Right" Heavy Western BeefCHUCK

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pitch Super Bleb. Fine Quality,
r onMethyl PURE PORK RO A S T

,, --; M;: ? ..1, BAG SAUSAGE J J1.1b.

Pkg. 37c (SQUAKK)

(Cl'T' )
3 9

.4 T Sugar Cured
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1.ib. Pkg.lb. Pkc.39t SHOULDER ARM ROAST LB 59c

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r< 1 Clay High .seniors with It chaperone, had 'SIRLOIN TIP ROAST "Jf; 81L
their.annual trip to Washington and New York lad week. I ...
d"e I' Department lad Wednesday and returning on Monday, via the ., .. . .. .. .. .
20-01. 9 ." 1JM "" : ,\t,-.- -. u .- -..,jIo'.. \
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, the group stopped first at Waih- Pk, t I. ) C .. .1 .'oi... ., .- I"
Ington and then proceeded by bat to New York to ban a
look at the New York World's Fair. On of the group on '
\ \ their return described It aU at a little like trying to dbgettthe
;i contents of the Metropolitan Museum In an afternoon-
NarKVr..y Shown above class offleen ai they departed, are, !. to r.l I I )h
Patti ,. Uniley, Sally McCormick Mike Maguire, Miss Mar* >:
: 39c
\l; ; the Rogers. ,.who headed the eipedltlon, Gary Clark and Linda I Ilenaen. PIE

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I Agricultural Conservation ProgramFortysix Sl'JXIAL: ANN PAGK: PUHK.: FRUIT
It's an Important gasoline discovery! Methyl

steps up octane performance so effectively that it stops power-waeting County farmers and N vatlon practices completed un 1
knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreads ranchers participated In the I der the 1963 ACP in the countywert GRAPE JAm t79c
: ;
1061! Agricultural Conservation : establishment of ISO
more evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine, stands up under Program during 1983, accord.Ing'ta'L acres of permanent vegetativecover '
extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and 'D: Baunders, Countychatruiafl I for soil protection or III
Crown Extra) .. at no increase in .. :,Of the Agricultural I a nefded land-use adjustment; I
price! Another important way that Soil Conservation Committee, Application of 1(28 tons of 1 i IITllT i1l1W1m riii.iiIi5iii l
we take bttter care of your car STANDARD"Vfili The number of participant*" liming! materials on 1658 acres I
SO Extra PlAID !
1J Want than thoM In the of farmland to permit the I : : Ifn
WM use
... ..
. t
M lM IM ml knock compound .. fD w
/ preceding three years I of legumes and grasses for soil I Plaid Stamps j j jC ;; STAMPS !jj!!
Strewing that the agricultural [ Improvement and protection; I !
of of
with Ihli coupon purchase t With thli coupon purchase MI
soft conservation: program tnprovements or establishment LM A Johnson Coimttfk '
I Cam of OklnttM "Johnson p;
Is fanner-government part I 122 of trees for for f. / of lit
101 Acres ,. !09 J!)
1 Do N oo u 1.(11.( tans
I : ;
Cotton Hails C'X(j j i
nerthlp, Mr Saunders said the retry purposes, and improvement j Xj
government shares a part of I I'! of 299 acres of established ji' 1.1.11Coupon toot thru Bun May II I! J.g" 0.1.11Coupon ,
l the cost of carrying out the vegetative cover for soil or good thru Bust Uy 10 Kj I
4 lli UiUiI Ii I iltilu :
needed conservation work-leu i watershed protection. | L''!__'_____________------:1:
than (0 per cent In most cases Coat shares earned by the ..- -
1M i i"1"1"1 m---iiiiiiIi i iiir---
farmers and ranchers them- participating farmers and ran- m
...now!In Standard gasolinesat no Increato B /n I
IIC'lve.bKt'.t major portion then In the county In 1963 23 ,;.\.tn, 'm E :
of the.eoeL-'l'belt.contribution I totaled $11,83300 The cost''
I M'told Stamp -1 I 5t3xtTcL Sl'AMPs /
Includes tabor, equipment and share assistance Is made as anI i /i
P. F. Geiger Agent Green Cove Springs materials. Investment In the public Interest 'With this coupon purchase of n.;
I. With this Nupoa a punhass.t
, Bomee, of,the major conser to help Insure the wise use I II j I Ann paO 1i PI1LIury W1uld 'j

I and adequate protection of our' ... t Jlli;;lltOMI HU. I'kjf. 25:> _0'I' Sweet HI j-Ok, bottle 89' 1l 1
vital natural resources ACP ....
I. J'I
assistance U limited to eonservatlon -' Ir' Coupon rood thru Sun, Her I* .11'1 ::,oll'good H leer Bus, Hay II i
I Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet ;;;: mere and measures ranchers which normally far iiI! !iiiiil! iil iil it! I I'I'C ,,,,,. .i ""''''- !
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makes crooked roads feel like going straightChevrolet's I to would the not extent be able necessary to carry If they out Crystal Brand Pint Bottle. NO NO

had to bear the whole cost RUBBING ALCOHOL 1 lOf
I themselves- HOLES! HOLES!
f Full Coil suspension makes All seven Chevrolet engines art precision I Special! AU Flavors

i the croolcedest 8-curve seem on the level. balanced for smooth operation. And I never met a man I didn't like U,old Diet Food II.... Cans
I With a double-acting shock absorber in becauno your Chevrolet has over 700 insulatori > -Will Rogers I
each comer, it takes the Jumps out of and sound deadeners, you don't 11 l l I 4FOR99f
bumps.With 4-Unk levelling control,youBet -" have to about to have yourself heard. Bprrlal! Ana Page Smooth Kranchy 11-es.
I away with Jet< With built-in anti-dive control, you come nME dealer's-the perfect time to try the We Need PEANUT BUTTER JAR 37fRperlall

to Jet-smooth stops.And with. low-friction Jet-smooth ride. Find the meanest stretch AM Page O> Jar "e
Ball-Race steering,you waits over twisting .......w111Ne-- of road you can.Then see for yourself how OLD! & AXTIQl'K: I
roads as gracefully u a ballerina. straight a crooked road can feel, SALAD DRESSING 39<
Furniture. (lla,.* I

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Jano Parker
I White Enriched Broad

Phone :2S4-3-JK! ) I T.U.W

I r G.Wa, $weel

CORN 18 EARS 49E5h 7lh

CIVIL a1. Gesab T.a1.r 25c


I JOIS nMke .. Oo ... Nalco Pimai >... Pig.asju .
..... .wa. .1 'M... ... .
t .\ > DOCOH IN
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om uftma+ auT rooD NT are Sm N

Men and Women I Ds/esratrafOl/ GYM... Mf

Ts Tmla Ho* Pot I Dry D.ergeaGIaM MM IM T../ ISO elf
A. CtvUasnlMris.mlrf TBCXD IN SCKP' Oaaat $ S4UtaU
. H t 1 I I o.ww-I Glaal Sko Dttergts 1..1\ ".. ML-oe. IN elf
Pay as KUft as TMEXD I.ia4 MV o.. IN tCX UQCTO fIMorgMt a.& ....
$92 JM off UraU IMtM I raM QLKIXSO niTTBOCST rte
I .*. vice 'TO TART 1-" Tabby TNt gll....
I u1d1 D./.eg.M 1 M1dd QO. .u..t
..... _
t . Af MMr. t'xiI Tit CAT FOOD 1 for IN
; I r rw .y. I wily Lfflw w. Tmi
I CHECK THE T-M-T DUll OM CHtTiOltT CHttttU CM W H.tOtfiU AID COIIITU NOM IT lOll CMtttOUT DUUH I r-111hm., J.1 ::;.. .T..I.ua.. .. Uto AJmil ..... sre Bee4 t..eeeh ....U. liar II
I I.. hJ.'r.'r.:.... Bess
1 urr nunrora l1Htr. ,..dlsas te.e kw wi.
._ 1U .. AfSltS ..
lit W AS
.... Co ,..-itsv ru t.. <"' ? PUD STAMPS
Nano .... ...,. ... ...... ; _1___ s.. 0.c.... Ieelags
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ROBERTS CHEVROLETOrange fC'M, ....... ..". .. .. .1.an g Mgb. IT.I .
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u ........ ..5.5.. 0n.IIn IVtII' (!
I"" Pam ....................
and Park Green Cove Spring*