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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1964
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579539
oclc - 33135451
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System ID: UF00079902:00104

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VOLUME 38; N'0.1 CIiiEECOVE: SHMXflS, TllUKSDAY, JANUARY 2, 14 ''1' XTS 1'KIt_ _COPY_
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County DiaryThe REA Assn UrgesYearRound Two Sailors Die On


year Just passed has been, for the Couunty. one of

progress and struggle Progress hu manlfset Itself 1 In
ever-rising tales and gasoline tax collections the return of School

Burlington to Oreen Cove with something like a three-quart Route 17 Bridge
of a million dollar annual payroll, and a alow and sometimes
painful awakening to the political realities The struggle for A resolution urging adoption of the J-week school year

most, hu lain In the legal obstacle course plotted by the Outs and strongly opposing Federal aid to education has been passed I
by the Florida REA Cooperatives Association of which M L.
who wanted In.
Two 2I1''l'ar-old sailors died In Oovernon Creek on Dec.tJ .
Perhaps the County's biggest not the return of Beasley, of Keystone Is general manager I II
story was off
I The Murderous Bridges after the car In which htey were tiding sheared more
Burlington nor the final opinion of the Florida Supreme Court i Citing the continuous expansion of the American secondary than 20 feet of the wooden railing on the west aide of the narrow
which said In effect there win be no Georgia plney-wooc\ educational system and the resultant Increase in educational I bridge and plunged Into the water The death of both was

czar at the navy base It may have been the slow dlsei costs, the resolution decries the entry of the Federal government attributed to drowning
thantment at the fuehrer of The Out. flocked to his I
new They :
Into the picture which\ it characterizes as creating "materially The Oreon Cove police department reported succinctly on
banner, an Import of dubious character and even more questionable -
Increased administrative coat and greatly reduced "
operatlng the accident, Bridge too narrow
aspirations, and though they turned away\ they saw {
him and vtiifled him In private yet not one disclaimed him 1 In I efficiency"The I Ralph Powers State Road Board members for this district

public The Big Newt Is we\ escaped solution the resolution says, "lies In the more efficient told The Crescent following the tragedy that all threeof
A month-by-month review of some of the newt of the use of educational facilities and teaching personnel by the bridges between Orern Cove and Orange Park will be
would look like this abolishing, rebuilt and widened\ aa soon as the new State budget Is approved -
year something : as rapidly as posssibl, the outmoded system of
operating schools for nine months In the year, and allowing next summer
January' The State finally offered approximately SS20OOD our buildings, which\ represent the Investment of billions of Mr lowers said he knew the! bridges were too narrow but
value . for the deactivated federal .
the OSA-appratsed
dollars, to stand Idle for the remaining three months of each ..rO..een.n that It was Just a case of money," Barring some unforeseen
property at Oreen Cove . M. L. Beuly was named manager -
)'rar." development In the new budget he said, new bridges 28 feet
all the REA In Florida Walter Odum. chairman -
of coops I wide will replace the present horse-end buggy spans.Ocorue ,
of the Bank of Orange Park assumed the additional duties The resolution says further that a 48-werk\ school year
of the Green Cove residents
Wyman, one numerous
of president of the bank when Ed McDaniri left . with staggered enrollments would create the equivalent\ cf
who assisted In getting the two men out of the submerged car
E T Martin was named acting manager and later manager I 444000 classrooms in the nation and save estimated III
said they were 'murdered' by the bridge
) of the Clay Electric Coop, succeeding! A. C. Loudon billion in construction of new classrooms,
mho retired after more than 20 years with\ the orgaiIzallon I I Oreen Cove folio* Cpl. Theodore Munlal and Officer Raymond
A K Anthony. Jr of Keystone was named Text of the resolution follows: McKee. who arrived at the scene minutes after\ the car

viM chairman of the County Board of Public Instruction, to II I WHEREAS plunged Into the murky creek In a driving rain had nothink but
adequate education of all American is
succeed C. M. Burkhalter, of Penney Farms, who retired . I youth I praUe for the men who went Into the water to pull the two
essential to the preservation of the Republic and the welfare'of lk..k. . tat wide five feet abort ef mini.r went to& 17 year-old Mike
the Rev. D. R. Clawson was named rector of Grace Episcopal I' the Natton, and men from the car, Particular praise -
Church Orange Park . William R. Welgel ,Jr, cf mess ashy. Magulre and Charles Helm both of whom iar mouth-to-mouth

Mlddleburg. reputed to be a cousin of Governor Farris I WHEREAS, every American child has a right to an adequate 'rfstwrltatlonto' both men In, a vain effort &to revive them
Bryant was appointed by the Governor to be the State education opportunity; and Others who SMliUd In th* rescue' operations were, J. lloyle'

first staff appraiser to the trustees of the Internal Improvement prawn Zachar Post a :'-.r-oI4 Navy machinist third class.
Fund . Willis E. Webb, 75 years old. died at the home of I WHEREAS, the American system of public schools has I k r" who live tn Own Cove with his sister, Mrs Douglas Hopkins;

his son. Duke Webb, and Frank J. Thomas 79.. died at Clay traditionally and constitutionally been built under a intern 1 1e lHd Wager and his son Allen and two mm who work at
Memorial Hospital of local operation and control; and Brown'i Barn, Charlie Davis and Joe BUxldard.I .

I WHEREAS: continued expansion of the educational' ays I Mr Brown said that 'while he did nol wltnesss the ac
February The City of Oreen Cove topped the States offer
tern and eld..nh. did not believe the! car was going very fast Appar*
the resulting Increase 1 la cost has resulted In the pro *
on the .base by about $150.000 . J. P. Han Jr, was electedchairman
motion .( Federal aid to education\ which, If adopted would ently, the driver lot off the highway and onto the shoulder Justas
.
of the Bank of Green Cove Herbert Morris was
merely shift the tax burden from State and Local governmentto the car approached the bridge.. In an effort to right Itscourse
reelected and Frank Brown. Jr. was elected to the Orange II
the Federal government with materially Increased admlni. he lost control and the car went through the wiwden"
Park City Commission . Walter O Odum resigned as mayo
of Orange Park because of a ruling which seemed to say that tratlve cost and greatly reduced operating efficiency, railingDead
public officials may not deposit funds In any bank of which WHEREAS the solution to the problem lies in the more on arrival' the Clay Memorial' Hospital were William

they are stockholders (the resignation! was not accepted) efficient use of edacatlonal' facilities and teaching personnelby rr Earl: McKay and Bobby Ray Franklin, both ./ yean old

71-year-old Joseph Darrow died in his sleep while his older abolishing as rapidly as possible!, the outmoded system of and assigned to the UM Panegut at MsyporiOreen .

bed-ridden brother. Will lay helpless In a first-floor bedroom operating schools for nine months In the year and allowing Cove City Manager. lien Zaltrwr, eonvwsnUng on the

for four days without help. our buildings which represent the Investment of billions of aeckUnt said h* had been trying for some Urn to have blinker
dollars, &to stand Idle for the remaining three months of each.year lights placed at cither end of the bridge
March: Green Owe Mayor Ails T. (vey and CommUstoniI : and

I a Martin J. Harris. won reelection against three political nor, MCJniCREAB, 46. baa *..MUwrltattvrir,WttmBted that If -

I *ices.7";"Mrs. Anal p.' .Wni: 19, mother of Miss Lillian aU schools In the Nation would operate forty-eigbl weeks In DIMS Cswak . l. feet wide, egg feet sfcerl ef mlsUmaae T4
W'atkins. died at her home after teat nines the year with staggered aneroUmenta. such'operation would trte4h otlifdtr( "
'
Immediately mate the equivalent 01 444.000 additional! class ,
April: A survey by A. 0, McCuDers. district forester foe
the Florida Forest Service showed that though 7) per cent ot rooms equivalent to a construction.post of eighteen billion ae r e by DUNCAN ORONtR
ten without a penny of eosl to and
anyone
the County's tOW acreage Is to forest lands only JO person . 1
I WHEREAS, In a two year study prepared tot the Amn-
a in the County are engaged In forestry work H. H Surrencj, lean Association of School Administrators a group ef etfuca. / I At this New!' Yore mason, thU Uml ef, renewal there ..
resident of Alacbua County,,was honored by Governor Fat newspaper, every radio
.
a tIn and erch.tecta: reporting! to the 02nd Annual Convention aa oracle al every street "" ,. Every '
rts Bryant at the behest of C. W, Bcarbrough. as the man who 'of the organisation have called the twelve month school "both I ar.d television. station will tall you how the Cold War will go InnUM

did the most for the development of the County . Wanda sensible and economically sound and the most effective Miming year& who win win the Miter Vietnamese strvgile
Stone of Bowling Oreen became the bride of Prank Bchiek, t approach for extending educational programs In future new bow will fare our new ......aden&. If you cup your ear and Hsiao
year"I
and beautification of the Omen Cove who wtll lead
The rebuilding those
Jr. of
carefully Warn the namM
even
I NOW. THEREFORE. BE: IT RESOLVED: that FLORIDA I you may
and Spring Park was underway and Oreen Cove City] .
pool
REA COOPERATIVES: Association. does hereby h.. tiw County after Nut Msys prtroarU
urge
would be opened ra May . Mn
manager said the new pool proper authorities to continue the support of (oral operationand It .Is a tempting frame i Uw. more so because M these pre-
Judy Carlton resigned as County Librarian and was succeeded. control of pubbo schools and opposition &to Federal aid &torducatlon. I dieted events transpire, or not cranees are the augurtea wttt
briefly, by Mrs Imogene !Norwood' I I&JLjs be lorsvtten In the melee of ItUtory and no one will be blamedas

May: Officials of the! Florida Development Commission BE IT FURTHER RKSOLVED that the School Hoards of a false. ........

said one of the nations largest corporations was Interested In t Ilht State of Florida and the other states\ of the Union convertu I ttold\ wtttHwl a struggle. to the blandishments of prophwy .-

occupying the Federal property at Oreen Core(Say that again rapidly as po.ible the outmoded nine month school term KMyD.ri.n I .

please, we didn't get the name!,I Mrs May Mann Austin t 1 a forty-eight week school year, / As things tend now. I "'II"., we an In' a Utter" position
Jennings Grand Old Lady of Florida's parks widow Of Governor I B* T FURTHER RESOLVED by the FLORIDA REA CO U> more ahead on a solid, enduring course of economic. poj

William Sherman Jennings and mother of S Bryan OPERATIVES ASSOCIATION that school aulhortliM be soda heal arid aortal. progress than may ever ,Mara, Mn true before

Jennings, died at her Jacksonville home on the eve of her 91st e hereby urged to construct compact-type structures and I Tie. InClUI&r1el"'Uon ef Oren Cove to. ad M reality: Orange

birthday The Mlddlrburg Methodist. Church celebratedthe that rooms of various aIM for ETV, ungradod class, and Isiet ? .1...* wile. ash04 sUfi d ml..liP>*M Part Is growing as a fine residential MM for Jacksonville and
UOth anniversary of Its establishment at services and a Team Teaching and that such structures be alr-condlUor dmd sMy. .. Ijal CeMtatjr eontimsm to grow II will continue to. pros

lawn party Lou Mends' Mobley' a deaf-mute who is believed toed for year round Instruction. I pee; sad K..ts..... is cm .broadening IU lure M a resort and
110 old. won a fight with gangrene I INs.efa.N., . Ng ..._ a... and &
to be about yearn rotifrmiwt sees It has toe, a nucleus of first rate
after being taken to Duval Medical. Center to die She was bail - --- ,. - Industry to owls It guns ,

st the home of a niece In Oreen Cove. Other occupants of I ,, I Aad yet all HIM &W.... may be Impeded| .unless we quit

the small house: Lou Msnds's deaf-mute sister the niece end the psJMeal 4s flghUn\ list .... for so (of*. ben a mark of

her husband and their seven children . Edward: B, Taylor the beat t lftkal .stoture If those who would Improve the)

was named mayor of Oran Cove , State &n. Edwin Frasri' He Was Cord Hull's Schoolmate ores ..MH| mw.. IUM awfwwvlne it and 'IMS eusslng and die.
introduced' into the Bute Senate a bin to reduce the annual I tunas these who de the, actual watt) If those who have Only

pay of the County Commissioners from 12.400 to |1M. Stale.. ttn..**ttm. 1_ the Ins wtM.14 Join the fight Itt reflrtss amirMisn

lisp. a D. Saunden' retarded the bID "wanly* Burlington. In- f fiaw law shames. of eov.bii i criticism the whole fttrasol :>
tttks. .l KrOMoraa Is sts ""ta.. tksi a.me. All four .t /I UM County would change, ovurnighi.

Continued on Page Two ate cnndprrnU emigrated to T........ tom CsltelM I II. It Is a fast. Mist UM fefr.... within the past three or four
land And sees. *s he pvte It, the nearest Horns CslhoJktrxirth .
Wss el T s ss ilstely' elmikhH by a stew ef arutatlty) and
10 his Tmnsseiec Pan Was lUchax. Va Ms kin* Math CaMtiiia has derived
largely
Record from the fast thai every
Burlington Reports mm tat* to UfthaeHsm cal frem three he reed to UMkiihu4tet n.plent" was a .._ter, *c ouUldrr\ ear ward a resident ef
VsAdrfWil Vnrvvnatf Io.calm. In the claMke and It.
..
h. UM
say Iran c wa a two ilhmigh It nay sometime
Book Value ... pie ccttWisuste..
Sales; Earnings. "F.v. FraAtlifi Ibiuwvtltc xrvtary ol ...... five yeses his say led ssr.r, I, the sheriff H MN.Ienlrurg. Oualy wee a

v. xw ,vassal. he nsma*..r. my biUe eacevt UM lilt wuailed'YtiN"and iMfe M a IM'aI, aM If l"" y 4 they bad enough proef

Stock Also In Year sees art h* stwwftf Mine wheo U. m.mai merited It.olIk .. make a awl tees ., tl

Of Up wtttertec eswra UM had Us a0 tc to Mr IlitOsI Nwdsg I One ef the *MM| '....rk. I have |bad since. I came tolsy

I DM tae ol Peon ...,... week UM ,*... eviMr. Jt"..,.".. th "- ,,', new asrll" tae yeses ago was made at John.

Barttngton Industries this week reported aflUm. lard % .....,.. I I ttoA Had when K* told a la/ge graust el dUsUa-atc. who

sales fat their fiscal year ended Spc M.Consolidated 1 }a rI..N ,Wiwlad his ataaViegten turn Taa-a rkR. W,.. kiwi. .(tempted. to furs an vgaitUatloii U semiwuioui to the ea<

net sake totaling IIM4 motion were. up t I .... sts yean to Ewope; Ikvt d these wtftit Oniion.. Suns skied: ,ft...., ol eoMMen* The Sheriff saId If you dontas

par cent from teat the rarttor period while eamtao wre. ap I II w ., JUwAft. ....... u... "th* largest tied. pr* W to IM-1 Nee ,,.ms.t, join. II and change II. It sisal eone. unfor.mately .

|"*r cent. to $M JM.*. 1rlIUb Wes. ; and UtrH M the ............ ... tIM Mat lest '. ....... ,..... wte fed the dlssldeals knew they could

Book value of the company's ........ stsrk row nearly to Evm: U..* U .* s._. pro A* an InafwaSA, Ms Hew fat. grow lh. Mf.. el panes and that MH UM ,PTOCIMS ef UM
Maxtor el stares outstanding And the nun. I '' (....... ...... .
It on a greater M Ens ...... KsMJi bteralisr" *. Ciyitlsli sadtmg aM UM ,. was Hey a MM.
b8 el .employ rose from 3jftM a yrar *.. .. sib at the r Lai Ovwiry Nt ..unry rMrWMtHewadar a ",, 14 M ,..,n.. sash ol w. to talk la. lite. MW ,e"r about

rod of UM 10 floral ,**,. *. shad tor UM aw* fi-w MM lie VMS. to sg *r ,tM ..*Ml "" .... lhal. Clay CtwUy has to off" sweare rs. Tl-i/
According to Chart F Mym. Jr. >r i<1isA. urtUgto. see Misses ala UM tsars. .. hove fta
I need top a vest *4 C1mew v,rwry. JIM east >l K> >tocMtiigtos. n warm people who cniy
Ute yearwIB spend II pet oral more menry for capital wptmfiMm MM l***ttes ..* the newer arljtnalTr <*......s.< try woof to |.' ...... Th.1 a* M per smt cl IDs MUle, We haveiMH
thaa H did last year, This U4 .ma oa Mr MymVrfd I '. MUM s4 w.. .lher and write ef UM toveltesl
a UM *......*aa ttM tv* bathers ales wets wag UM earlyMtw&M court
.(ednJ.atderw..tlldwscw toward prefltB haase ... wwtlatt and oatestB' .to lUl Me*. "ystde .. .. bunto sa UM wot Id. I know four ef UM seethe
rot u..cta espandfd pro4a uaa lnersd ttrtttnttj Ir./ce I MIfI& *m4s and I win stack .M Halnsl Aytnio I have seen.w
Alear a great these sal tefief d isles. aid MO M.cahe.
product' mtt and Water amWy. ..- aa, w. .. to IMsw d aJOr. nMratM she worts to. IM sues > a s*. *. to bee My sdvaniase Is 1 that I chew. Uus P..... I
The CMBpaor hwwsted mare the HI mtU-on tat 1sRwsl$3 tMsuM, star .... and I top. to a few year UM .coportuniUeeve
TWr I Y a*> rwavd that MM J* *** A, ai iw> w.kd to. dayCWy
MOI aad eapaasto*) ol BwtmglM ptaaM and iMHsnnl to A beathcutoMte d Crda Hid ess-**.*.:.* a* I\ wilt to ash UM| sty sMldren wll} ...... to slay here.
.
Dtarttt the ksl Ore ,*.,.. .......; ar imamof new tUft 'atruiday al Ms Iwo to ICOnr** IsM weed II.. to car I'' taws U r* lit a areas Wwied Mi .4. K. ewes LH as Salk ion sad er and over Main. SPUMtlAg Bke a
sad palsied toIL JeAns
la.w6ed % mfflto tor a.w nape n rv4 hat Us* oth-v HJI' d M .... r lertaMry wad Oaaty. Ain ililinate
_.. frrtatesia PS way < dy .. I reseed with UM tii.es4 Waken", soot what. k good and let. *
.
.. UM M fed fU "Ml .tof taw day ala
asMrt way *
Bal ewsstpaa. ..a/ and fatfMM.of Par MAa 4 Salt Mesa. wa* Mwv olio a gr.Mi UMSBM adM f Meet .t... SA oaf same a...hWf k. It Is nc4 .awpartaM. I|
IDI"MI mwttt.t**)<. acCMUx *artaMs IKJ natal taM SUM* mast d Ms M years *ar.slta. the fi9" M.) smi* M. .*. .a.i+* M* fcxt* d Assettoa. .y way d aaytnt II i IMSMA TIM world Is fut ef sate and UM awe they are. ...
fepart. tocksde UM artn ,is .ed of recordMis j Mat Or aMre pvwtiaviy M> MM steal ala hi l>, ... .... last Mi w*old MM I M* MM tt cam m..mji. d UM fasaUy.M9M .
I f..,. .*.*.< M the caMvaimf laud UM awe d ear aassto* wtO we bats t* opens M fcet*
end MOUm .iMaa janiansa. HsnltniiHi* oi Mi I aw . a4 Ms ..... A*) a hm!*** tec d toliswaamy. Mi swadsaryUMac I ssaiiin. to. ***** tiM ice d UttM parVall" *U4rr :Mrk. 4 sac lab $...

.{ the Casnoaan, deed tat ...., ......... ss/*sMs* of i*.', Cram Baits BtaaJry Or tosr to Ctiniif a.d ssme a. car-wgawt ttes ar *sinas\ rMia. Mmdr.d* d ,

M ran ".,.., d Baal fwd S-MV" . to tM) cngmtA 6tlak. d Iw s.aird tic, $5Nf New YvPKY
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TWO (Day( County! (Crescent THURSDAY, JANUARY X, 1HI '


I They were eoroute to Lakeland

'(ffnl1! ( dountg drescentThcs2 M H C & Penney "f.rms I to visit relatives i,


Reporters ..R.. HERBERT D. MTERS, Phone

I 'I ]
For the sixth consecutive and arrived back at Memorial and are Brenda 13, twin boy
Bloody Bridges year four couples In the Memorial ''Home Community about 2.30: Paul and Philip 11, Bruce 9, l jl

I Home Community en-:JAM. with their guest. Before will remain here about a week
.
Many a resident of Clay Comity may have wondered how ; r joyed a Progressive Christmas moving to Ohio, Mrs Harmon I
many Urea It would take to persuade the State to widen the r Dinner the Charles Coles,' worked at the Central Michigan The Rev. and Mn. John A.

three horse-and-buggy bridges between Oreen Cove and Orange 'y td Lloyd Ferrises, Spencer Earls College at Mt. Pleasant, Swetnam are spending the
+ I and Ralph CollUes, They enJoy Michigan holiday with their youngestson St. Marys Thrift Shop 1
Park.The most southerly, and the widest (21 feet, of them going from home to home I and his family at Lake has moved '.:

last week claimed the lives of two year-old sailors The = I and seeing the decoration ai ,, Mr. and Mrs Jacob Wllllford Hamilton The son, the Rev to Its new locationon :_
Doctors Inlet and Black Creek bridges are a fraction over 20 i well as partaking of one course and son 20, and daughter 17 Theodore Swetnam .U pastorof

feet wide . a good six feet narrower than the State conalders of the meal at each home. 1 of Dandridge, Tennessee after the Lake Hamilton Baptist Walnut St. i

safe This year, Mr. and Mrs| touring south Florida Church. across from City Hall
I
In an interview with The Crescent following the latest Chester Hulse of Cincinnati, stopped to visit the Rev. and I I J Come and aee us in our
tragedy, Ralph Powers, the State Road Board member who w Ohio brother In-law and sis Mrs. William Klnsey on their A special Christmas program new pnarters.

Is In charge of this district, said categorically all three bridges ter of Lloyd Ferris were guests way, north. The Wllllfords were was given in the lounge of the fYTYY r'Y'YYY Yt'.',' O'r'fY.....
would be rebuilt and widened In the next flscM year (beginningnext of the group. i parishstoners of the Klnsey Quadrangle After the singing -- ---
July). Mr. Powers said the reason the bridges have not The appetizer course was at eleven years ago of Christmas carols by the
been widened was "just a money matter." I 4 \ t at the Coles and the main . I 'goodly number present, the

It is difficult to believe the wives, mothers, fathers, etc., g the Ferrises, the salad course Mrs. Noel Carr enjoyed a de*, Ladles chorus sang three num. CLAY Phone 284-6711
of these two young men will consider It ",ust a money mat- : course with traditional English llghtful visit with her daughter ben (1) Deck The Halls; (2))

ter" To the unlegal mind it sounds more like criminal neg goose and trimmings, was Mrs. John Smith and rrandI -, Ohl Holy Night; (3) No Can Monday thru tr.diy T"oA
ligence. I at the Earls I 1 daughter Barbara 14, of Con' dIe was there and No Fire. ho*i rich .'veningIA9p.m.

There are people in Orange Park who will not drive south At seven o'clock Mr and cord near Charlotte, N. C., for'a '' .
on Highway 17 after dark because of these murderous bridges.It i L Mrs. Harry nisley and their few days overe the holiday'II Mr and Mn. E. M. Reese of Sat. I Sun. Co. .inuoui

Is to be hoped that priority will be given to funds for rebuilding son-in-law and daughter, Mr.I 1 weekend While these Nortu Washington stopped at MHC From 2 p.m.
them before they take any more lives e,1 and Mrs. William Von Alvan Carolinians were enjoying the and attended the Penney Memorial -
I joined the above group for the more moderate climate of Florida Church with their friends Wed. Thura. Fri.

I dessert course at the CollUes. the rest of the family, Dr. and Mrs. O. J. P. BargerCIIIRCII Jan. 1.2AS
To complete the Christmas festivities Mr. Smlht and their 10 year I
THE GREAT ESCAPE
this entire group were old son were bear hunting In'
County Diary guest of the Illsleys for del- NOTICE
a the mountains of North Carolina starring Steve McQueen
icious turkey dinner at their James Garner
Continued from Page One home on Thursday evening, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SOCIETY
December 28th at six o'clock On the afternoon of December Saturday, Jan. 4
dustries announced it would return to Its plant in Oreen Cove Car E. Houston St. A
Mrs. W. Nelson
24th Ralph -
, The City offered t7 OOOO cash for the base . And the Mrs St. John Ward enjoyed' greatly pleased the folks N. Magnolia Ave II FRIGIITENED GIRLS
first of numerous suit was filed in the name of three "Oreen GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Hamilton
a visit, over the Christmas hol- confined to our Mary M Olin starring Murray
Cove taxpayers. t jPhet by Joe Kalri idays, of her son Dr Paul L. Clinic with the Story of Christ FLORIDA THE MANIAC
June: The first contingent of Burlington trainees left Green
Ward, president of Sarah Lawrence mas. All but three bedridden Service held Sundayat
Cove for training at Burlington's High Point, N. C. plant . 11 a. m. starring Kenrln Mathews
College In Broraville.N.
huddled around
patients were
All three Methodist ministers In the County were transferred Prevatt- Landis ham l Wed .
Y., and his wife Catharine, Mrs Nelson In the Florida Subject/
the consternation of his San. thra Wed. Jan 5.'
to other churches. Much to many
together with his daughter and Room of the Clinic. It wa a GOD
frlt'ndlln Oreen Cove, the Rev Gene Zimmerman was shlppe I Miss Ann Van Landlnghan i Her rlla .was a hand son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mark sight to behold and a service, FLIPPER'
off to Miami to a church so big it li regarded by many a sight,, January 5th
and Myron Chalker PrevailJr. ,, embroidered mantilla The Mahnke. Dr. Ward's three sons well performed, In the name of
seer as a displaced Anglican Cathedral. The Rev. Tom Oeyei, ., were united 1'marrtql i bride carried an heirloom Und" also accompanied them on this our Lord and Savior, by A cordial invitation U extended starring Chock Conner
of the Middleburg Methodist Church and the Rev. Don Nichols, to\ attend our services. I
.t 7.30: O'Clocx, lI&turda"Iec)' kerchief which was made by trip ot see their grandmother' Nelson, an accomplished
of the Orange Park Methodist Church, were other casualtlei, ember 21th at the first Pre.. the grooms great-grandmoth-I John who Is a student at Am.(utionist. NfI'l ,
Succeeding them were the Rev Gordon Craig In Oreen Cov. .. .
byterlan Church In Tallahaasee. and was carried by his ,ran(' lent College, Stephen, whois
(no moss grew under his feet in getting acclimated)J the Rev,, The Reverend R. Davli' i mother, mother and slster-ln- a student at The George The Rev', and Mrs Oral
Lloyd fisher In Orange Park and the Rev. Frank Edward! Thomas officiated. The organ. law in their wedding Her School Bucks County, Pennsylvania Brown who had five children Helm

In Asbury-Mlddleburc . George Owens was tapped by the lit was Dr Ramona C. Beard i bouquet was a crescent of and Thomas, age ten. now entertaining their young-
Green Cove Jaycees as The Man who had done moat In th and the soloist was Mrs. Oeorg i white roses. I I I Dr, Ward taught hlsotry In three boy and two girls, are
service of his community they didn't need to go outside th E La Rue of Keystone HtlghtaTh Th attendants wore emer China at the Hua-Chung Episcopal est daughter and her nua- :1jJ Funeral Home
County) , J. Edward: Larson, Atat Treasurer, was the com- I
aid Mission for :
bride II I the daughter of green dreawa of taffeta University David Frailer who also have
mencement speaker at Keystone High School graduation exerctsM Mr and Mr*. W, E, Van Land- pears with acooped neckline I years. I band, The Rev. and Mrs. E.
rammed the aide of the 20-foo I
truck
.
A Navy pick-up |
CHARLES HELM
Ingham, Jr. Parents of the The skirts were softly pleatedat five children, three boys and
Doctors Inlet bridge, critically injuring the driver and blocking groom are Mr and Mrs. Myron the waistline,' forming a bell Mrs T. E. Harmon of Bre- two girl*. Mr. Fairer Is pas
three hours 11-year-old Larry Driggers was Funeral Director
the bridge for Chalker Prtvatt of KeKystone shape A butterfly bow adorned men near Columbus Ohio, sisI tor of the Pint Methodist I
atruck by lightning and killed while swimming\ In the St. JOhN might. and back waistline. .Their pill terof Mrs. William Klnaey, arrived .1 Church of Mt. Vernon Indian
River, . Uim Orant began having trembles with uninvited by plan at around A.M.,,
Given In marriage by her box headpiece macthed the They have a beautiful new Phone 2S4-96
at his Middleburg chicken farm , Mrs. Walter Beln
t pigs) father th bride chose a* her green of the dres. They carried Christina morning. Mr, and and has been there 4 weanhurch
heiress to the Vperry Hutohlnaon BAH Stamps for 1 1I I
ecke, matron of honor her sister crescent Shaped bouquet Mrs Klnsey and Mr and Mrs ( with a membership of GREEN, COVE SPRINGS FLORIDA
tune, purchoaaed a 1141-acre tract of land In the northwest Mrs. Lw O. Dragoo. Bridesmaid ''of feathered .I\r7IanUwnuml,|j i Herbert D. Myers met Mrs, about 700. The children are HWT. U EAST P. O. BOX 445
of the County for approximately 1600,000. She told
corner wrrv NIle Marge Van accented wlht emerald green Harmon at Lhe Imrson airport hers to vMt their grand-parent
The Crescent it was "an Investment . Circuit Judge
Undlngham, sister of the ball i iI - -
,John Mclfatt threw out another of the lawiulU against the bride,
bride, and MIll Susan McKay,I I Th mother of the
City of Oreen Cove.
cousin of the bride. I wore an American Beauty chiffon .
,July Conway Owlngs wa* named superintendent of the
Bruce C. Prtvatt. brother of dress and a oorsag of pal
Orson Cove Springs Yarn Co . Orange Park: City Commission -
the groom, served as beet pink rose The mother of the
went on record against putting the new St. Johns River
man. Usher were Lee O. Drahassee groom wore a gold brocade
bridge in the town limits , The County Board of Public In-
Barry Davis, Miami, dreg and nonage of talisman
strucUon voted to continue prayers In the County's public The Bank of Green Cove Springs
goo and Ouerry" Holm of Tal-I rose >
school in defiance of a W Supreme Court edict '
and Erdman Wt III of following the ceremony, a reception
August; Two young prisoner escaped from the County jail, The bride wore a white PtrT1'I'I wa held In the church.
after battering Jailer John Cercy with a heavy ateel bar. Both faced peau de sole gown The brtd*'* travelling co-

were caputred leu than 12 hours later ,. < The Rev. RobertJ. molded bodlc sweetheart nee' tome wa a turquoise wool knit OPEN A riiI4

Budlow, vicar of St. Marys. Eplaooopal Church Green Cove, line, long tapered sleeve The suit and black accMaorie ,
announced his retirement He was succeeded by the Rev bodice had self-covered buttons I Th couple left ona abort
William P. irwin a native of Texas and a graduate of Barlard down the back and a trip ot the East Coast of Florida. SAVINGSACCOUNT

College, the Westminster Choir College and the Episcopal luster of self-fabrte rose at: After January lit they
Theological Seminary of the Southwest the back walaUln Th skirt will live at 7 Caribou Lane,
September: Middlebuif began talking of Incorporating , 'I
was softly pleated to" for a mod- Tallahassee Florida
the price of milk In school lunchrooms\ went up two cents a half ned bell skirt' wlht a chapel Both Mr and Mr*. Prevail fHERE
pint and for a while, school student had an orange drink Instead train. Mill Van Landtnihain are students at Florida State
,.,Herman Reed, a public accountant In Omen Cove, died designed and! mad her dress University. '
suddenly after a heart attack , Edward B Taylor was named I
head of &the service department of J, p, Revels Pont Motorama

t. Frederick Andrews was named County Librarian.

October! In a aeries of articles public school education In Cotney Tire Service i irooM'

the County that appeared In The Crescent, 8 Bryan Jennings

and Jeeae P Tynce, County School BupervUor, came out for r.r. Park Klag JackMnvtll And See
(Da 11-month aochool yt-ar: II) seven instead of all study
periods dally; III abolition of "apeoUtor athletics! and the ItV ..IM7 *f KV 4.9111TII'E

Implementation of a physical fitness program benrfltUng all; I
and (4) greater emphasis on mathematics and the pure aclen-

ere , Clayton Revels was awarded a ChI''llf'f'PI'mOUth. Your Savings
Valiant dmlerahlp for the County . Mrs Arthur Hampton
Bell died In her 10th year the new A O Shards Bridge ".."APFv'srl I

was dedicated. RVTKtA01N0RwAtRIVO GROW !

November Mooaehaven announced a II million expansion

program Raymond L. Kledatk administrator of Clay Memorial -
Hospital since Its establishment, announced Ms gu iana- rrwn... ...n..! U IK LARGEST!

Uon , T. Edward Austin the new Public Defender, visited
Oiftn Cove and asked the Board of County Contmttetonen tote 1)ietributorMiller) Tiro Autolite Hattr .

contribution" of MO toward the CXPMWN" of his office. The a+"
matter was taken under wYlIemenOra", Perk's new a-
*MUiPKAN'OK. I
9200.000 elvte center was dedicated.Decwmben II I

: The Florida Suprar Court turned\ a final ( : PAKK ACCOUNTS INSURED I ITO I

thumbs-down to those who opposed sale of the but to the City
Sinclair Station Itoad Service i
of OreM Core . Bain and gas .tax. collections) \ son aharply $10,000

up and the promise' of the ACL-8aboar4 merger looked good 111 t'. t. Mtikwai 11 n.*. 1..UILII& )
for the County. Happy New Year. 0

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nAY COl'NTY CMCCCNTWkat The County's Oldest

la g*"d for day la god fee 'The Crw* *rO tJ

...... .Ut valte Gnaw KHsaattt Leard 0..... !

KallM a 4 feUUs ft-*iaryKM INEW AND USED CARS and Largest Bank

MM X.*aOMC J I
.IP Maaag.r I
II

IUk4" earn Tk.r *.? N VAN NESS BUICK PONTIAC, INC. :s.4 2M-3M5: s4-3001: t I

O* **.l Few. I.* I I
P. O. B4S 111Gr Ore*. ." 9palye OrGonateee .
ftve tH< .. lla 4 9533 !
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.. JANUARY !. It.t tau( /
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a '.ttOA: L l\OTU'aa The Winners Burlington Reports Sales


- IV THB CIRCUIT COIRT OF
Tills rolMTU JIDICItl Continued from Page OneI'.th
l iiiwiiT OK ruoHiu.

IN AM rOR .CLAY and new product development and Increased oversea
I Ot'IITt':

I' IN CIMVtKHV.O, CMTTIn ;, M1 I I artlMtlrs Mr Myrra reported to stockholders that "the Immediate

H* PETITION OP1'IIIL xutlook for our business appcra Rood Orders in moat division
a 8T ATTOMOTICK '
> are. running ahead of this time last year and some strengthening

Tt WALTON=/ .HAVWONDWKUIHT. <>t prices I In now developing" .

AIR CO.NDITIOM.NG BOATS TRADING POST )EIRE.('K UNKNOWN' He added that '"there ha been much said about the problomn .
1 YOU ARE!: HKRICI1Y NUT.
! PIED> tht the abov.-nem.d P.. of the American textile Industry and too little said about Its

CAREY'S TRADING POST llllonrr PHIL Z. 8THATTON' achlfM-ments" The beter companies have been modernising both
MILBERGER, INLET MARINA : baa fll.J a position In the abov
: styled court for Ik. adoption olth t production facilities nd management methods Research efforts
WE BUY: SELL TRADE
minor child .m.d thortln have been Intensified and markets expanded through develop.
REFRIGERATIONSERVICE MEBCtRY: JOHNSON 1'UYLJ.U JKAN \VKIOIIT .n(*
ENGINES Three location! I you are rWutred to .how ceu.r men tot new end more desirable products Capital spending

IS E. Palmer St.. Ph.184.SWVarehonne why the .a.,,. .hosR not b. I 1 | has tncresed appreciably, bringing more rapid technological
ranted by "vln" a copy o<
CROSBY BOATS \ A antiques-old your .rllin cI.t.IU.. I' any I t advance to help meet foreign competitive presnures The reult -

KK-/Y; TIM 11.KIIS: Gym BldgH S. Orange Ave s n.r'upon eciu'HY for' Petitioner* YONU'K lot, Astor Oral I' A | has been a new vitality for our Industry and. a growing

3 AIR CONDITIONING SALES SERVICE '"BIG TOP" tent- Standing (Oak Clrcl. Or.na/'Park, 1''I \ recognition on the part of Investors. and consumer that tei-
da, and by film* th* ) I .
REFRIGERATION OUTBOARD: REPAIR Blvd at Rldgewood throf with th* Clerk of Flo"'j -:\ tiles are now a more dynamic fetor In the American economy

.. AND HEATING SERVICE H . 1) Park Court, on or brfnro th. l Burlington largest and most diversified producer operate
", Orange
Furniture and appliance at of January. 114, othtrwla* o
9 S. Palmetto Street Phone CO 4-9135 dtcr** will b. tntrrrd a[alnit 120 plants In 102 American communities In It states, wlht
bargain price lifeIIAIRCL'TS you granting, paid. adoption j oNrrsc operations' conducted In nine foreign countries and
WITNBSH ray hand and tki
Horn Phone
H4-9780
...1 l of *ald enact at tlrrn Cow Puerto Rico

Business Phone 2S4-9M1 nt.l a.K.laSPAUL'S: ftimna-n r)*cnibr. Klurlrii. 101OIXSRt1K thl' 14th d*> of -- -4- -


Clerk of th...Circuit CAnM8LV Court) I OP X-ims Decoration PrizesThe

8, Vivian
II BrIm
TPPLI.XC}:
lputy Clerk ,
HC ,
glee rub IJ-M. it. -ii. ..1. *, ii. . 1 Ora nile Park Garden First only for decoration In

SERVICEWe All Legal Beverages l''irstllairciit"Certificates i -LEOALOTIIR: ........ Club awarded tlx priers for I the holiday them Second
I
Repair All Brands Open 8 A. :M. to I A. M. I At the Fleet Beer Club drawing for the portable Christmas decorations lilt I prUe In this category. went to

Servicing Clay CountyFor l> TIIK IIHIIIT (051ST.. or trltvtWen Dec. tl.t. which helped t. finance the annual meek. Gordon K. Totten. 930 River
Daval Line ALLHAIRGITS-$1,00) l'l.\T 1'OI\rl, r1UR1111 ,
County The home of Ronald NUthl.
Sixteen Yean M ( HtM'KHt Mt. 1I.4' Fleet Reoerve party for needy children. Mr and :Mrs Dan (load.
North of Orange Park FANNIE I UHISK' IIIIUWN, Baker shun holding their prlte) were the .Inn..", it 544 Laurel Drove I.ane took
Orange Park Ph. 2(49565FDLLERTON'S Orange Park Barber Shop; Pliant 1ff I' I IP. I In religious decorations the
winner left to -
v. Pictured above with the lucky are rights -

lira. tSt: am. te 131: p.m. I LL'TMHIt mEl KHU'K' tHifndant UllOWN Martin YuhU The Bakers Mr. John Podbevek and UnardShowalter. P. O. Roes liuUIUIion I II I home of Donald Wright at

UPHOLSTERING time location for ever IS yean JJ30 OraaRhopper Lane, took
Ai Administrator of Ik. 1Ce..t.. olltul
SI N. Orange Are. KINGSLCY IIIUAY U 1\ Luther>.n William Frederick Brown Brown. l>*ond Wll-I The II I'. O Pora will hold tint prise, Second< price went

ham Knntti llrown, Jama Kd41 I JAMES ALBIRT R1DGEWAYJamee MARY JII.K MURRIILCMra. I an open Installation on Sal ot the home of Harvey Bel
Green Cove Spg. 114-4044 BAXLEY'S[ TRIM SHOP I" 1. Drown and Von Rarl llrownXrTUM urday evening January 4ih,
OK" tl ITTHR Albert lUdgeway. 84. Mary Julia 11.rrhHrrvl.a Ice at 3672 Weal Holly Point
MILK DELIVERYW.D.Morris HTATK or" rU' >UIItU )\ at I o'clock at the Ella Lodge.
held lut
ltpd were
Complete Auto FurnitureI'phoUterlnf VOMA KARL HlttiWN Veteran of World War Road

ITHOL8TERIVQFKKK : MIiKNCK| I'NKNOWNYOU suddenly, on ChrUtmu Eve, at Thursday for Mr., Mary Julia' I .
ARE, IIKJIKHY NOT In biulneai decoration' *, the
1400 W Ulewild Ave riKH that a lull ha. ..*.. filed the home of hta brother LJnd- Murrhee, 61 yeas old who MARJORIE\ : CLAY REGISTER:
ESTIMATES Ph. t(4-S505 against you In tk. abot *ntllld Set Rldirway 301 Toccoa Rd died on December 23rd. at !the Orange Park Kindergarten
.
row* and >ou or. hrhy r. RUMCI Baptlit Church with the Oravrald arevlce for Mr.. took hat place, with second
Core Cove Sprint. Florid DaUributor .u".' to Mr.. upon plaintiff. Mradowbrook
ALL WORK GUARANTEED: Free Kutitnntes attorney whoa name and od- Besides hla blither he U Rev Jack !Hall and the Rev.I Marjorie Clay RegUter, who place> lotnc to Bob'i Faso 8er

OHAKOK: PARKUI'IIOLSTEHY ''re1 All Jersey Milk free d.t.n.oppar. h.r.oa II ..,,. to your the writ-bill survived by two ton Albert A. D Marlin officiating.Mra. died In Atlanta on Prldiy, vice Btatlon.

Pick'Ulland Delivery ,I.n complaint I* Mid mule! tiopy Jr. of n IW-nnlnlf'/nichard.: \ of Murrhee a life long were" to be held at II o'clock
; Handle Any and AD .( You I wklon I. ..ll.*rd to you a>*r. Members. of the Garden Club
For on or before January If Palm Harbor two sUUrt, Mrs resident of Oreen Cove, WM a Turxlay In Hickory Grove

:: Archie radgetl Upholstery Need! A l.. 1154.H.rNs' fall. Rot or 4rr. pro Ruby Edward: of Benton Ky member of the Hickory drove I cemetery, I INfl. Judging committee were: Mr*.

On Klngtter AeH Just HAROLD BARLEYOwner NOME DELIVERYCALL ...nt.... will b. nlrd .*.1..1 and Mra, Ronnie Billing ton ofKutta..a. BapUt Church and WM employed Hegliler, who moved James, Kearney, chairman;
I'phobterer SI noED"'IN for Ik. rllf peeped In. th.
,
Eait of II.,. 17 t.II of eampUlat.THR Ky, In the cafeteria of the from Jacksonville to Atlanta IIveart Mra Illnaon Stephen, Mri.

BAXLEY NATfHM: OK lAin Bl'lTREINll funeral servtoe and Internment Charles II:. Bennett School at aio, leavei. her husband ,
Ph. No. D, L. Mrt. Jamea
COngress 4-ttll 304.1941 or M4-3IM . Hayden Reid
Pull T. eel A.M tk
Son >nd Uphebterer 4 ,no I the Urn of her death. John 1. Reiliter; a nephew' ,
Orange Park. lla. nail. r>H,.. whrln flukesWllla. were at Benton, Ky. . I Mra. J. A. Aehaffer Mn K.K. .
E. A. HUMMELI'phobterer Br.wn wa Plaintiff' andI" ... She U turvlved by a daughter Walter Clay, of ""IIIn, a C..I I
...I. txiiila Hrowa l> .
wm *
yrt. fn4nl.. Bald' ..... b.ing (1,... FRANK MERMAN ANDERSON Mra Elite Bchlemleln soda and a number of nelce and Rock and Mn. Ronald

rorr Ca* Number 141*. ton, Kenneth Murrhee of nephewt.Bervlcea. Klngry,
1.59AL NOTU frank Herman Anderson
WITNKMS my ko4 sad the
ELECTRICAL: SIGN PAINTING aal of 0*,4 Court .t Urn Con formerly of Lake City, died Green Cove; seven brother.! were held at All\ _

I.K04LNOTiro Nolrll" Pprua..f Uw.mb.r.. Florida A ,l>Ill., 111' Nib. day last Thursday nUht at Doe- Audrey Bcaft. Robert Draft BalnU' Eplooopal 1 Church "'- Murrhee

Atlas Efertrleal Mechanical QUAUTY kWIOTtCH) or rlCTITIOUO IWTMKTIOI' NANVN.ue. T* OmilUlK" I. l'AftUar.1D ton Inlet II* WM 12 yean old. Waller Scuff Herman BcaJf. tents, on Monday

Company .* I* .hereby gins) that ta..* II Click, Vivian 1'1..1\H Court S...Im. a member of the flnt BaptUl all of Jacktonvlll. Also liar Helm funeral' Homo was Inchar. Iruurnnco Agency

.r.I.eelta.4 c",,,,, l.ands t e. U"ae provld.., riorl4 "- l"t uty CUrkOnurt I Church Lake City and s vet old Scan and Tom Waff, of .. of local orrengemenU ,
8..11|
Wo do all type\ of electrical SIGN PAINTIINGLEE will* Art the of Clerk..".of will the r Il.ullCoact ....t.r Norton( Wood 4 M*..r., I nan of World War I. St. Auiiutlne; Charlie Rraff

wiring In mnt for Clay Oo ifBut I Altrny for rialalltf. II U lurvtfed' by two step of ChattahooUhle, and U
.. *
Acid
; WARNER : I
ol Florida. upon r.lpi *f grandchildren. J. I. Drack, Bobby Knight. K
III Raymar 'lldlfi.,
frank D. frtffln ot Doealur. -
.
RAT 8HIPP SOS Gleadenlnf Road Drool of BiiMlratUa ( Iklrllr I Juka.a.nU! rUrl4 ions C Harris Carlton Britt Wane
... ., th* Ylr1111..1 Htm ef 11.1/./1. I... 1. 11. _.. AU* and Robert A.OrUfUtAl.Docatur Active pallbearer won I
.. Owner an4 Manager Orange Park. Ffe.Phon WMHTOTT TltAILEH PARK frank fountain, Jerry Carver,. Geiger, Kencll Harris Tracy
Ale/ and Robert
;
/ilta.dMr. Haiti Mto H"44I* I .
Phono .4-fttt 144-MK ...... li.11, I'. '(I l-t 9, '.< 1 LKU 11. >oiit K A. Orlfnn ef Norfolk, Va Jimmy piIii." *. 'Priest Bailey. launders oral Juliua Kruvle

, I I. funeral eervtce wert held Jennings Murrhee and Mule Interment WM In ,tit Jtus. 1-, NICIUNU Vuttl'--

III THH ('ol'\TY Jl IMJB- Webb tell Cemetery.. **.....
C'O''T er s Sal coi *T*. at the First Baptist Church Helm funeral Horn wu In j jI "
MONIMA. i. PNUNeIPCO. take City with Interment at Honorary pallbearer wen fhon* tn..,..

I I ( L"l.\-S-J.S JiIII [!)Y.4\'Sj[ KMT: A TIC (>rAUIK M LAMMKKT. Ire Memorial Helm funeral Cemetery.Home WM In Bruce Brtmaer, Archie Knowlea, I :charie&. .&: of the.... +arrangement HfNNIN. NM00 . ... .-:-:-. ;-. -

I- 4.
MOTKH *>r a4LMriKI charge of arrangement..*. I. _ .....,:.L *OTMHTNM

TI IO ARR NR R Irll T N oTl.- 11 i.iar or TMM
> tkat on 'Iko 'lath day ofJanuary. .... 144. eionlna', 1I cc's505 ILA, (0111'. ......ID4 jT j
.odreeaihowo.
1) FOR RENT S A. M. Ik. Nrtk dear
tl .. Sri '
FOR SALE S ........ til Bayard Street Call -"t'ULwtii"i .f tk.. I...alp Court HUM In 'INN Jl ,If'''* 4'ft' NT Orl'Llp .. e.
...... IiIHM with IMW Eta.,..... 'I, -: K I ",**. ('.>* _.'1..... Fields. I IRS II.'. rionlll. )k1TATU n. TlIUOl'SREN 59
Marion TayW. JaeUoavtlU, Iko ....,.11.04 A4miiirtor I' PneNITN.I. ,
MACf I'iM'IU.II'
A gars,.. AbeoU RAyamond 1.3411l tf. ;;:::; cwctrr cota.-.r 4. Ho... Nun. .f Ik* '.!at. of .. .*.. ""If. ''to < MIMT.NO I IT
Priced for tukh sale aldln"1 All.. M l.*k.,. dewed, will lo r* Y.US..5 all. .,......" sad all e.>...>'
I.TMsr.vww.: JIDICIAL; ell ., pine **trry lo 15.. .klekiI OHAfR ALTIIKA fA'IK. ktl.. .lli .r 4.m..4.
beinc Ira...'''""'. TeL -- I(I CUT III AND roe .. oo4 k1 1.4., ,*, *a.k. Ik.* 4.o*** *. it' ell 1.1.11. I
roIL ILE.1IT r........ .. .. .lilTonTo ** VCLI3ANF1IS
alb OCS I......*. .....U. COUNT rLOMIOA.IN CI.'j Mlowmr 4.*rri4 ,*.I, 'rope. ',...TV.,, 4l... rrn fag. sad ..e* *f ,.., U1l.e.b '
the tower flees Urge ......1.1I ('.."' ... ... Ir *ita l4 in, Oy C.ulyPlwlt. All r* !> Ma4. ., ..llfl.4 04 ,..*.... 1.pre.al .
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FOR SALE Two bedroooa .... ,... A ..te..... loll| alo HANK a ..',.rat.... Toiy'fr flU. Oak. T.r> ,*.. sal iifl4.a5 Lae of r.o. ace .<. ..*i..l Ik* **l.l. *f "1 TkM.l, lit N. Of*ng* A,o, Gees Cove .......
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hone, good condition, klekea. PUIolKf. ple .W..I. 0 C. : .::4-.t;: : 4f M Meey 4**.** 4. ll. aS[
etch.
aJMtra ,
3 and bath. 1511| pre. I :
apt .
-fa aprug. rior' .. ... ....., .. (1r r.aaly ri>ft**. ik* M t t t tt ..f.
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equipped, oppodt4 B e a p e I tSek..L GRETA ,. OVTUCK.. : Tkl Ni.! I I. ..lc paneet .. If Nlwre I'.ealp ___ t. _
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ad klK 141. ..., - -
ass De,*...... Or4.r ., tk*" C..t ..t". nay ,... ....., Ik. of .( tir (..ult. ras.lp <'n5,5. I' -
Nice garage fuser MAT Gel Jr. IlL May rt all I !.. ...i4 .*!.. II,... Aisle /1:1 1e.wd.I.1. .k_ I* U.... .'... .*.)... -
Ill
I7.M4. WIG n__: DwoodJokiMM. a.TIYu .r arrrTO l>*l.4 Iki till day ., 11A. acid N n..U.. vlikliMi
M*) o.o ttowie for $". k*MU4 r*...*,. IMI. r..aS Jude..5 flsy f...."/ nr_*Oml.... ".. I'"* ..t. aIle .Ir11Mf- 410N t1' - --_...
phone 114-4441 .... : Orlat. Pallor /.l4OilII* U ..... riri4. ol Its offko as_ lb. . .. ..
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The First Presbyterian Church LOST Ivory colored plastic You may hurt omeone
THEATREJANUARY I . don't drink,
If you walk
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i hip length zippered Jacket
z M ,nolia A ieti Own tL59U1aflawCLEANIItS I You may hurt yourself
S, 10 A. 11 tti Green jl.Cort,\"i\\I\ Knitted cuff collar fleece I If you talk , don't drink;
lined. Loaned to direr at sceneof I You may be quoted.
I accident Governors Creek. If you think . don't drink;
Goriest ., : I Morning Wonhlp" 11 o clock Name on labeL Return to Anyway,
The
This contributed by
You :I I t' Church School ':IS o'clock Charles Helm Cat collect 184. space
Picture : 121 N. Orange AT*., Green Ce.e Spring I 9691 1-Zc The Crescent
Bloodiest I VISITORS WELCOME to the Green Cove WCTU"LET'S
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Come at I YOUR Admitted I If' You WANT ID LIVE TO

OWN RISK !II! Special Nurse" : SEE NINET"lpoN.'" LOOK
On Duty : FOR IT ON 1fNESPEEDOMETER
CAN YOU AmbulanceAvailable t
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TAKE IT???

MORE GRISLY THAN EVER IN BLOOD COLOR 9

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I : MEMBER P. D. I. C. UYITONI HEIGHTS
TWICE TOLD TALES .
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Clayton E. Revels


; 'STC RICE6' Steak SDle! .. t... .... President ",, e "' I r "

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ALL THE TIMIISPECIAL.


EVERY. WEld VALUES" SIRLOIN SIRLOIN TIP 0 0 C NOW THAT I.VE BEEN: MAin YOUR NEW; PLYMOUTH, VALIANT -.

SIIOP ARP I \ V
AND CHRYSLER: DEALER'IN GREEN COVE: SPRINGS,
.>,, IN i4 t "A, T BONE RUMP ROAST 00 IbtREKII
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'' ., d F yr e I'M OUT TO MEET; : AS MANY PEOPLE AS I CAN. I WANT AS
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LOOK AT OUR BRAND NEW: FACILITIES: TUB FINE CARS

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I'M I SO PROUD TO SELL, ; AND HAVE CHAT OVER: A CUP OPCOFFER

; : SO WilY NOT DRIVE BY SOME: EVENING.: : YOU

'I '' Super Right Bag Bgss' MIGHT EVEN: : WANT TO TAKE: ADVANTAGE.: OF OUR "GET:

for ACQUAINTED: SERVICE: ..: SPECIAL"; . A BRAKE: ADJUSTMBNT .

Sausage : AND SAFETY: CHECK: FOR ONLY A I DOLLAR. IN ANY
; JANE
> rAKKOt CHERRY PIE. CASK:, STOP IN. TilE WKLCOMK'S: : WARM[ AND WILL BK.: FOB

I spEcuusEo MANY YEARS'' TO l.'() n:. BESIDES: W": HAVE: IN STOCK
"' SINGLE BAG
45". 35c AND n"H'OU: HtI.I'tltTIlt: : : LARGEST.. SELECTIONOF :

NEW: OK USED.: CARS IN CLAY COUNT
DAILY LARGE ASSORTMUST JANE PARKER RAKED GOODS

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: $ WHITE POTATOES POLE BEANS

10 LB BAG 39* 29* LB' YOUR PRESENT CAR WILL NEVER BE WORTH f

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Tit? TANGERINES45c ANJOU PEARS19t MORE THAN YOU CAN GET NOW AT-


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Whole or. 8tn11W'dCUANlnmCY t Clayton Revels Chrysler-Plymouth Inc.

: SAUCE: ,......-...1G OLe 2 for 39c: rn.ei t.
1Na ad _
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: BLACKKYB PEAS. ........__ 24 ot ocetlo::i0JfaeeU ;ieSf NORTH ORAXGt A\t.MK: c&ti-x rote "nu>cr .
: V1rItDIa .. .. Year......true oitk
: SALTED: PKANUTS .. JL1 1U V* : ?:: PiIlIO StANPSgMiT 1

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: JUICE: ":" .-._ 40 ot 49c! riiff AUTHORIZH DEALER tfft CHRYSLER"Tl< Jrl */ 0 Q..lil;
+ W MOTORS CORPORATION WPAGE
Cherry BUT White Neat. "
: TUNA ._ 8 for |1 1,00

111 N. OlANGE ATC.MMMH cove In 'G&. VIA

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