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: November 19, 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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System ID: UF00079902:00150

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Plea Not ATTENTION County Spends Twice As
Moody GuiltyIn DM U the Thanksgiving !

As A Matter of FactThe lUUday, the deadline far

Shands Bridge news Mil week win be Men- Much Outside County As In

day afterneea. November U,

Bahamas real estate maret got a boost last week at I e'cfeck. Thank yea far
with completion of the sate of the vast Andres Islands holdIncs Death of Woman yter eoepersliea. Crescent Analysis IndicatesCrawford
of the late Swedish Industrialist Axel WennerOren.t. .
Leais Reraelda. executive vice president of the Reynolds
Metals do, purchased 79 per cent of the property Hanna Moody 14 yean old of Omen Cove, It being the decision to transfer Moody to St. Johns The County's 30000 residents are spending approximately
which Includes 130 acres the Androa LUbthoust dub.Andres held by St. John county authorities on a charge of manslaughter County was made by State Attorney William A Hallowesno 110 million annually for taxable foods In the County
Yacht Club and Marina, two airstrips and about SO In the death on Saturday of Mrs Reola Barber ,' ruled the tragedy took place in Bt Johns and not In and something like twice that amount out of the County.
miles of oceanfront korderlnf the Tongue of the Ocean. 4). of JscksonvUle. Clay County. Three figures' were arrived at in a Crescent analysis of ,
Price of the sale has not been revealed, but It ls believed Mrs Barber died early Saturday morning when the According to Sheriff Hail, Moody and a (cousin Jack sales tax collections which Show that Clay County residents !
to exceed 14 mllBaa aaOus. The Wenner-Oren interests car the was driving estapaulted over the concrete barrier Moody 31, had been drinking moat of Friday night. At spend approximately $., a month per capita for taxable J
the Baak ef the Bahamas and the Androa Development. Co and through the aluminum ratline and Into 28 feet of aster midnight, according to Deputy Sheriff U A Blnns. the pair goods In the County compared' to a statewide average of
pinked rsutaed 38 per cent of the holdings which have after Moody alleged to have struck her car a heavy blow delivered another drinking companion to his home, And at 11)0 Assuming the statewide monthly spending for taxable
been transferred to Reynolds' new company Andros Town from behind. shortly after 8 o'clock Saturday morning the two visited a gods prevails In this County, local merchants are losing approximately .
limited. While the accident was investigated by Clay SheriffJohn' friend In Orangedsle. At that point, Jack Moody was re- $88 a month in taxable sales to each of the
Jl.e1Dl14lu14 he would soon announce plans for further Han and hU deputies and by State Trooper M. Terrell Continued on Page Eight) County's 30,000 residents The Inescapable Inference ls that
development the properties. approximately, 110,000,000 ls being spent locally and U0.. .\
000.000 goes Into Jscksonvllle, St. Augustine Btarke! and \\I
The most vulnerable situation in the nation's INS agriculture other markets '
will be the cattle market, according to Claude In view of the high quality of the County's food mark
Wickard economics editor. of the Farm Jurnal. which baa eta, and further because they compete prlcewtae with Jsck
just issued Its Pall and Winter report on farm developmentsand sonvllle supermarkets It Is not believed any _bit portion
prospects In all parts of the country of the County's food purchases go out of the County Foodstuffs :
Cattle and calves account for about 20 per cent of the are not tsisbleSalos ,
aah.Income from farming writes Wlckard. "We are going tai collections in the County last month up
through a build up In beef numbers and increased slaughter + a.t more than 30 per rent from October IMJ levels, reflected
This has cut beef prices sharply. total per capita taxable sales of .leas than 848. according
"Steer and heifer slaughter will likely Increase another to nru.... just released by J Ed Stra! she, director of the
8 per cent In 19 what happens to beef prices in 1883! wide per capita average of more than 9130

"I Will slaughter weights continue on the lighter side With more than 823.ooo In sales taxes collected la the
a trend started in mld-yeer,1964; or will they return to the County, up from 111,000 In the year e.rlt.rlrtod., reflected
extremely heavy weights that depressed the market severely taxable asks In October are estimated at more than $7S0..
in the first half of the year? Pro pcta favor the loiter 000, exclusive of gasoline taxes totaling another 140000. I I'
weights Gasoline talcs are estimated at 1178.000. !
"2. Will cattlemen reduce the rate of build-up In herd M. Exclusive of gasoline sales per capita. s.lfs In the
else A '..U off would put pressure on prices in 1985 but Avk County averaged approximately 81130

would strengthen the Industry for future years. Cow A sample survey by The Crescent o| County "merchants
slaughter is up In 1964 so prospects favor a levelling off dealing In taxable merchandise produced reactions varying

In numbers from "It's been that war since time began" to "Zowle) let ado
"3. Will the drought that spread from Texas and something about It"

Louisiana Into Nebraska this year Intensify in 1989 and + An Orange Perk merchant who asked not to be named
"fotttfs reduction JoJicrd slietrttA might happen of course' shoppers "who like to 1 look." The answer, this merchantssld.
-- Is to "do all we can to entourage business, to have
Effective Jan. I, 198S, a new provision of the law pertaining .,. f good merchandise tt a prde competitive with the inner
to eligibility for medical treatment provides, that stores In Jsrksonvllle and to duplay& It In the most itlree-
any veteran who. as a veteran of World War I. World Warn ties possible manner,

or the Korean Conflict, ls receiving Increased rates of Harry Prrlmsn, owner of lUrry's' Shop! preen Cove I ..
non service connected pension based on need of regular aid haberdasher, said local bu lnr.nmrn ,,,,Pet to work together +t
and attendance may be furnished drugs or medicines ordered F If the outflow of sake is to be tl<>.rt|.
on prescription: of only licensed: physician as s specific s r, "We ought to slay open all day WtJn"a.lays and Fr).
therapy in the treatment of an Illness or injury sufferedby Picture courtesy of The Bl! Augtwtlne Itecord* day evenings.' h* said "The chain atom In Jacksonville
the veteran Melvin T Dixon of the n a. Dept of Veterans are doing an agar*salve job of merclMtuiuing& and wire (Itt.
Affairs said today This provision Is applicable onlyto ting them take the business sway from us We don't let po
those veterans receiving this lid arvl attendance rate under pie know what wt have for sale anJ ..'., get lo unltr "
Public Law 80-211, the new pension law. lead that II Isles money to promote t canniunliy, a
Dixon suggests that all Interested veterans write him tort or a product"
at P. 0, Box 1437, St. Petersburg. ,
County merchants according to I* U nrunann owner" of
the llninaon Furniture Co of Oreen Cove, ought to carry
Pine Air Farms" Inc, of Keystone, has been charteredby Y s better and broader line of merchandise and It shouU be
the state to do business In poultry The corporation Is
priced to compete with Js<'ksnovlUe chain stores.
authorized 8,000 shares of common stock at 8t par value Branson said Ins key to the outflow. of tales lies In per
Incorporators are: Wanda B. Boynt Jeanne C. Julian and tonalls4 strvlre,
Cadge C Kurt, aU of Jacksonville. We ought to try to make wry customer feel thai he
s was the ritual vsliMble customer," Branson said
t M. 0 Msyhueh.wner of Mayhugh'i Drug Stag end
three Qualify For NOT the Beatles! Mtyhugh'g Anne, who has recently embarkait on I two.
year ripafwlen. program, said heat merchants ought to gel
Park Recorded music ls now avail- tocethr and e<...rtlle what they have. He rmphasUeJ the
range Special -'j rw4 for a continuing marthsnduing program, offeringallevial
able st the Clay County Pd.
llaaaae Maeey .iL) wile .Is charged with .
aua baikter lathe rah.e to attract patronage and a aMortmenl ..
Election, Dec. 1st lie Libra"". Many musical death .f M... Barber, .la skews al Ike. City Ceealy .jail |krirrs ...u.. sad Hale Teepee grapple far ... .f leads.
and spoken recordings harebeen eaertly bffert he was irtaafrrred. to the It I..... Ceeaty alike ear, 19 bet aa4et tbe ..f... .. Ike rtver. la agile -TIKI',. got to have what the etMtumer wants at the
Three,Orange Park residents purchased. They havebeen jaIL Al hie .ml.....' la .!. ..-& .. he pled art geJIlyto ., tie fact last air Mkabe. sad all. aWk. clearly Ml..sUIke time he wants n." be ..14. "snd whether you have II or not
10 run for the Town Cbmmit- cataloged and processedand a charge ef ............,. A prekWaary. bearing .to sit ........ .. ... ear, M was ae eWe .II leek ... week. ., yva>e got to treat him M If N wee very special' parton."
far Mil ..... "'''" hiss fr.1 I to hat a.aria. lark .....". .wh skis Arm to s.l a *ae .. ItseCteu.nt
ktn In is special election on are now ready for drew. lamer Brawn, ewner ef Brown's Hardware .In Ores
was with hist, aererdlag. to paled at the Ua e ., II..*.,. Photos by John Oroner>
lee. .1 to fin the vacancy latkm. Cove, said "there M I tpstlal "hire to tlwindug In big tturesIf .
aced >y the recent death of The collection Includes music our merchante gave the hlghfot, type of rvke It would
MorrkThose to suit a variety of tastes Manyof Methodist Youth Visits Fla. Southern U/eH ........,.. N Is up. Is sn individual "mettlunl" to
lertxrtJl Fellowship
the standard classical works College "... .... the type af goods. sad tervlee thai will bring I la tneiiMlomert.
who had qualified to '*
ere represented either by tebcrUons - - .
The Methodist Teuth Fellowship Jan Oarrard. W nry Ketlry aaadre TsyVic, Junior A4vtaer The Campus Terrace
un yesterday when the bits from the compute! areved .Jerk R III.... ef the
of the First Methodist' Don ewner Western Auto Am.I.SeWee.
work or often the complete Scott Jackie Rupert, Terry sited as the campus to be one of the huh sputa, ef
rre wee; M. Leroy Church vtaJUd Florida South ., In Orern (.. saM IDel merchant two l s moreteeipHIUve
Funenon. *
Thomas gitfde for the gm* !***
work: Handel Messiah Puccini the tMi SO the food ) '
mitb Perk yen structure
an Orange insur- yrtetnf
em College. latched last Joyce Scott Jennifer
Madam llamfia. were ms4e to the Prank Lloyd
nee man and president of the s symphonies BetUrfly, concertos; various Saturday. n esntor high school Joyce Ktlsty' Carol Oral*. f4- Wright Campo bvUdlngs, In* Mukt eL The UT?' feund eat Capital .bBprevemeaU to store. Interior and) esterter.veitM . 1
(range ?art elementary operas eke by Btethown, members af the group made die Taylor, Roger DsWKt sad chasm the Chapel library far Uiawstlvee Ihsl etadtnis iaalVte ge e lost way," he ..M. "to .tiraetin, s.treiu... At '
(tool JP-TA: carved Mix. a Bet... &he vet. TchslkovUy. the trip from Oawa Core Charke Velar. edmre bwiUlMe sad arts de* 4e sob Nacre. tractive. eVbtoye she 1 generstty brUer and breeder boost
tIred JUvy mesa now em- Verdi ant ether composers.Muekal Sprinca. Those sUradutf were: Larry .*,. Senior MTFOMsnalor aarUnmt. M-. Tsrtor seraetedIht After supper Or, ChW TThrift. goods wot keep the many to bail. sash ,'."....."
toyed at HAS. Jacksonville, shows and movie Artie MalfeH, tarry Lancaster, was to charge af glib In the gee UireughfMldtme Jr areeld. ..,a4, af ,,... Mm Farshee, senor" ef John'g TV era" Radio Shop,
nd Ceokl D. Patterson. soundtrack retarding should Kathy RoWnaoa. Pat Bryaa.Joaa the par and was ......... byBwrtoa bel where she brie ds eVwtheni Cefleee, renal tenfea *d he M nut.. know the answer to the aruMamMy ,

nother agent who ls president prove to be qi... popalar Crawtora. Brace Magtrtre. lien and ..... Oor: sad sets as advtM .. the firettesVatts. the Ones Core Iprtfies yewtheto ., .. prteee art filed,1 he .said "and t tin give servfee {
f the Create Park Zoning Smith Farine. Oklahoma. The Craig Magidfe, Karen wen den Craig DM. Bmweaa* AttdM e1iwiA trial jMkaamille ttwee sanest "..w.. IIn".,. I would

oard King sad I. TJaaaa Teakeee.etc. fsfer say ceni>etted mevemenl. amenc local mertnanki. thai ,
la the meantime the Cbmatetoa wUt eves MrUaDy eever IhU hung trade thai" we srelMtri I 4,
Dace passed a naoluUoasirwsatof Manlevam. ,Lawrence Weft is to the Mgger sterte In Jsuksonvlile f
8U fees to the death and IWly Vsoerhn are setae ef WUUe* Pa.., swrwr" ef Pawe'e lUfdwsre Store In
f Mortis who at charactertatd the artisU thai prevkle UM " .,,., Orange. Fart, said he believed aseple would pests !kal.ly .
i the ffeataUo M UM tewa/ nht avl.tfci! ." slate eajoyedby III., II laeal pleas are tamiwuuve with those to jMkaunvllle.
neat onocated serreot and essay pope ... eftort hasbtea ','" Keystone ..,,11I11&I say generally M Is dlWVrult her
we trtrod- Made te tnefcafte the top J. theme" to ........ en any very bread scale with ItaIk,..
The tsotunea rectoee TkatTDW best. SCUM snowies sererds to OalMenBe and jMl. MilHe its,...
Oaeualeatom h sere the coOfcUoa bat popalar, aw
Q fnrtanate anY ate sad ...5m that bate re- 1 I
prliM IagMVta ouniknew - tog tees
Long Memorialized
admire aod lesgeet are avaOOsr.neaares .
Meet H. Morris wfco watfl wUB be drtwtateJla
Bud to hat glad rest bT OsdBevlsw the same ttmtmrr as knots The ...*. of Putty ........ ... Nitnll/ alfalrlikes""
r srmel wa sJ> sad eUMr SMUrUst. web only r lies .Ut week ,.*. II.,.. .. ....... UrelesaTy& toward the
ad M hereby ettrad to hat a tee eaceptma. Datfaaeaewate .- U* "...., erteraWMelleit end bttiUte ef a Mhaul ".....'" If
*Ist sad faJUlwl wife. OasyUs eeOe 1toai ess be ten err, .War.taI." ef MtnrU C Long the r a 4ueten. tart .he. "M ,hietmoM '

*, aad to hat aarewM. M/ slip. there wtt be a tout ef .s ,.,..., turtateM a8 ef Fue to Imprtve' the eppo,.
* MrsW, ht htoene, eel three reiere ft. I..a, sage lordly for youftf people fat this
... ImtrwtiMi" fur e>4 elks *
a beaches sal stasr ear fire few* ef one wft CtOaVra Dr. Tletn ....... Crave..e gelne wee .. ,w<<. .. NeS ed. MhoM 4 t+al+. WeMrr T w4a> re- s old iSm .* ... Get MChtferferlMiAe' .euaty,
eal heartfeK uii atty to to Eke stalk grad. sad .. ......... rare, rt-4 Aftat ,....... __, (CeH T, l ke.W eeSSag ease** si fea >ee TirraM si rkwMeen b h. L. The Boartf ardtrsd the reso.
.ie tow darkest hear!' .,.Rlate d ees .... tnt ".,.,... If. sad ..... ,.,w..0. Cer.U.SMu. Ii Jiav, n* ae a krflon to be -wade t p rmaastH >
Ctoatge cJi.idi Ie.., to Ike .hsiol system and reeord] ef a44 Bgard."

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,AGE TWO Eay( ( County Clrrescent' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1984 I IQHag

Park Woman's Club I

County! Crescent(! Keep Going Plans Orange Christmas Bazaar I

A Senseless TragedyThe By The Orange Park Woman's plemental rea.c1lnC"booka.
The Ber. Dr. Geerge Reward
r Club met on November 5 at the Mrs. Sinclair Riven, from

death last Saturday of a Jacksonville woman whose that needs to be done seems to club house with Mrs. Luke El- Montgomery Ward gave a lecture
car was I literally slammed off the Bhends Bridge and Into make them straighten out by llott, president presiding.Mrs. on home and table dec.
15 feet of water In the St. Johns River by a driver who themselves" A. C JJoyett gave a report orations.
according to police was intoxicated, was senseless and Faith Is the courage to go on the Thrift Shop and
forward In the p.th'of duty, presented the club with a $100 WILLIAM B. HESS
tragic.The Clay County Sheriff's department was on the ball to do the best I can with what v check from profits. Members Funeral services were held

in this tragic situation . a tragedy that as It developed, I have trusting In Ood to r-t-r were asked to bring in articlesfor on Saturday, November 7 in
was a matter for the St. Johns County Sheriff's department. back: ma up with His almighty the Thrift Shop such. as the Master Funeral Chapel,
The man who. .is charged with having wrought this havoc power. Anybody can let go, end tables, pictures lamps Palatka, for William B. Hess
and then run was quickly apprehended. But It II one thing give up, and quit a hero children's clothing since thereis Mr Hess a native of Orun-
to take a prisoner; it la then up to the courts to mete outa keeps going.Pierre a demand for these articles. dy, Va., died at his home inBostwUk
Just punishment. and Marie Curie Mrs. J. B. Stoudemire reported on Thursday, November -

Though the bridge railing has proved twice In recent famous physicist discoverers of THE FAMOUS.. on the CJu1at.maa'D.- I.He.
months that it will not withstand much pressure, the new radium carried on their experiments sear All members are responsible is survived by his wife
bridge is not in the category with the three obsolete and for years in a miserable NATURALIST AND ARTIST, for three Items, either Orpha McCoy Hess; fi\1 ,
dangerous bridges on Klllway 17 between Green Cove and shed in Paris Rain dripped in JOHN JAMES AUDUBON, two home made decorations daughters, Mrs. Edna Loper or

, Orange Park. DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD end the walls sweated damp PAINTED FLORIDA BIRDS and one baked Item or three Tampa; Mrs. Gertrude Ratlin
No bridge was ever built that was safe for a maniacal ness, which affected their delicate WHILE STAYING AT THE baked item Homemade jams, of Palatka; Mrs. Oeneva Oil
drunk Conway Owlngs was very nearly the victim of one There II a famous fable of instruments The only AUDUBON HOUSE IN KEY cakes, candles and breads are bert Mrs. Dixxie Zenner an i
of them. The tragedy of Saturday was only the mOlt recent Felix the cat who "kept on heat in winter was supposedto WEST IN THE EARLY 1830V.'.; big sellers, and it was urged Mrs. Jean Sauter of Green
walking still," no matter what come from a rickety old that anyone with a talent for Cove; two sons Edward CHess
Any court of law has not only the right but the dutyto happened All sorts of mishaps stove; but there was no money baking, bake their donations. of Palatka, and Cecil RHeas
throw the book at a driver who is involved an accident befell him alone the way, but for fuel; so they burned wads Florida's... There Is a workshop today at of Green Cove; seventeen
while under the influence of liquor. Unless and until the he did not atop, and he got to of old newspapers to thaw out A PHOSPHATE INDUSTRY (:.30 ..m. at the clubhouse. It grandchildren and one great
drunkards are permanently retired from operating deadly where he was going: their Icy hands "Life Is not 24: ... COOPERATES CLOSELY Is requested that all articlesbe granddaughter

weapons, you, your wife or child or mother can be next. Felix kept on walking still. easy for any of us," wrote Maria WITH THE AUDUBON brought on or before November The Rey. Jack Hall officiated
By a train at Dover Curie "But we must have a, SOCIETY TO PRESERVE 19. at the service. Intermentwas
Had his tall run, over, ., perseverance ," Then on a : .l.t. AND PROTECT THE It was voted to give $1000 in Palatka Memorial Oar-
Spend At HomeClay On the rail, he left his tail, certain night some minerals ... ; STATE'S BIRD LIFE BY to T C. Miller School for sup dens.
It'gave the folks' a thrlfl. laid out In glass saucers began + ..T'r MAKING URGE LAND -
Still for that he didn't care to. glow. Radium was discovered >'s TRACTS AVAILABLE
County's 20,000 residents are spending the bulk of Wagged his J'Qthllllll\ I The Nobel Prize was
their money outside the County. This II the inescapable inference air awarded to the happy couple. Ji1'ZJIf AS SANCTUARIES Don Pool'sSELFSERVICE I

to be drawn from figures released this week by J. And kept on walking still But soon disaster overtook

Ed Straughn, director of the. Florida Revenue Commission Keep on keeping on,however, them The husband, Pierre, was BOARD OF GCS year was discussed. Final plans COIN LAUNDRY
Taxable per capita spending In the County last month, hard the road, however heavy run over by s cart and killed. GARDEN CLUB MET concerning the project are not Palmetto Hessian Green Cave
sales amounted to about $45 comparedto ,
including gasoline ,
the load that is a basle principle Ills heart-broken wife wrote AT BENNETT SCHOOL yet definite.
a statewide per capita October average of more than of wise and, successful In her diary; "Everything Is The Executive Board of the. Open 24 Bean Brery Day

$130.The living It 1* amazing how far over . it Is the end of every Oreen Cove Springs Osrden CARD OF THANKS/
FhOee-Bendiz Machines
loss of consumer purchasing In the County, if takenon "
wa can go If we Just keep goIng thing, everything everything. Club met last Thursday afternoon We wish to express our sin
the statewide average, Is costing local merchants something Deable Leads i SSe II-Lb. SlngU Leads tie
on. Look Into the life of But It wasn't. She kept on, and at the Charles E. Bennett cere appreciation to our
annually Into the fluff DryilNETEBTBODY
like $20,000,000 This money goes .
any man or woman who has her subsequent work won her Elementary
School wi friends and neighbors for their
tills of Duval and Bradford and other counties.It .
done anything worth doing In more recognition and she was Mrs. Mae Carlle WHCOUEI
,. president kindness and thoughtfulness
Is not to criticise local merchants to point to this -
the world and wa find the same .awarded again the Nobel Prize presiding. during the Illness and deathof
shocking statistic. However It seems highly relevant to
fact. They had to face all sorts the only person to ever receive There were nine memb' our loved one.
wonder whether something cannot be done- to keep this
of odds and disappointments, this award twice."Porirettlng .
present at this
meeting at
The of
money In the county, It would be the making of many a
local merchant but they kept going, the things that which the clubs project for the John Morgan Williams
Some time ago "Readers DI. are behind," says St. Paul, "I Helm
s gest" told about i woman who press on. ." Not dull-eyed and ;v
had just received word that dogged but with freshness and a'
j3ottik1cr\ her eldest son had been killed zest Ills whole life has been Funeral Home
In action A twisted from Its original
overseas. group of awsy
neighbors went to express their purpose. But he launches out, PROCESS NOW BEING USED AT
sympathy and to offer any with that smile on his face and CHARLES HELM[
For more than two years now, The Crescent has been help. They found her on her his eager gestures, head up and a
operated on the theory that what. was good for the County knees scrubbing the kitchen ready: to sing doxologies at every ' v59c1u7'cCLEANERS Funeral Director
was good for The,Crescent. 1 would be silt subject for" a i floor. turn of the road "Let us ,
state or veteran's mental Institution If I thought or acted r -You're awfully good to not be weary' In well-doll: for tf,t i s rhODe 284-9C96
otherwise come," she said as she wiped we shall reap In due season, If
This does not mean blanket approval) of everythingwe her hands "Please go into the wa faint not. j GREEN: COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA .
do, especially: of some of our more slothful attitudes that living room and alt down. Ill IIWT. 11 EAST P. O. BOX gel .
we Inherited from earlier days And those merchants who make you a cup of coffee. The CARD Or THANKSWE ..
charge ma with "knocking" them are 90 degrees off course neighbors begged her not to the family sf William B i
when I Imply that a smile a warm. greeting, a carefully trouble. But she Insisted, ..,. teas wish U take this epporUnity / J JI
arranged display might attract few more files suckers or Ing; "When I have a lot on'my te thank all cur friends Jj I
patron mind I Ilka to find the next ler their wendrrfnl kindness' j
I submit there Is something radically amiss when the thing I can do with my hands, anti eonsldfraUon during the

20,000 cltlsens of the County spend twice as much of their and do It. Thinking about my death ef ear r.ul.'IIU.... ."
money Con taxable goods not food) outside the county troubles have never changed B. Pleas -" ,' '" .' Be A .- :<'?' -" < '.,
u they spend In our local stores. The lead story on page them I bit, but doing anything The lien Family ; TV-
1 of this issue of The Crescent says that something like : -. T :.J"I-
145 a month ls being spent In the county for Usable merchandise
by each and every one of us. The state; average
of monthly spending on taxable goods Is almost three times j'Jtp NEW AND
that amount. I can only Infer that J. C. Penney, Sears Roe. w DoItYourselfSanta
buck, May Cohen's and some of tha other sales emporiums USED CARS
of Jacksonville, Gainesville, Btarka and way points are }
the chiel beneficiaries of our purchasing power,
I would think this might be a grievous! bit of Intelligence Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC, Inc.

to our local merchants It Is to ma because If another Green Can firings

$20 million or any substantial portion of It, were put into w... A Brtt* Deal Is ..... Yea Nate WM Make lit JOIDOUB
total this, The Crescent would very obviously be In a better "- .
position to advertise the local retail merchants STOP Ul--- 1955
I It Is, the people who virtually support The Crescent
Its payroll and 1U operating costs are tha automobile SEE AND DRIVE THE '65 "Sb CHRISTMASSBVIBCSCU
dealers, the Bank of Oreen Cove Springs. Fullerton1
Branson's some ethers and the legal advertising we get B )J Start FillingYour
To to buy equipment to
progress, new put out a better .
.... ... ... Mreet DMU _
newspaper to pay reporters to UU our readers everythingthat
goes on a newspaper needs solid week-to-week bulwark Jat ...."" DCS 1

of local retail advertising: dress shops, ....wstaurants :
appliance salsa, ."-. -
But U get back to the root of this evil; the toes to our Pack Now!

local merchants of $20 million every year, I would aay that
Doc Uayhugh and Harry Perlman hit It on the nose when CHOPDOWN
they told The Crescent that the buying public simply has
to know what ls available, It has to be attractively displayed .S rclr ir

and courteously presented.Beveral .

County merchants r"4be auction of the .
lure of big" shops the proximity ef Jacksonville landOaisweNe HEATINGA''f ;t ,
an4 0t Augustine and fl'J':: >}
Btarke) I cannot peak .,.
for buyers In general and even lets for women buyers f ..'
who.haw always confuse me . but for myself U I wantbanner BILLS Sinclair sty sockinx away just a. small amount weekly in our convenient' 1..
1 want It as ejufckly and easily as I can get It. Chri' ,
I 3 dons vent the wrong bled el hammer and I dog't want lma. Club, yoall be able to be a moet generous Santa nut season / .:.
the right floe shoved down Level out your healing casts "' 1In the peak winter % 1 1Bt 1
my throat But It would seen . with no atter-Ihe-Iioliday "Budget Indignation"
months. Change now U Sinclair's Monthly Payment Flan
to me U. as several merchants who were Interviewed on .
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the matter observed, local atom have the tight article at that feta you spread' payment ever an easy, convenient' A. Smart Scald in 65 Join Our Clrutmat C/nt Toddy!
period. No Interest or carrying cbargea. .
a price that U competitive with Jacksonville price and If
It la merchandised with amUa and not with view to SINCLAIR! HEATWO OIL with RO-IIIH corrosion Inhibitor
paying this month's rent when 111 sold some part of this bale you cut down beating bills because It ffehU' fast
lost t Jt million annual O&lnowow.- .. be recaptured. and corroatoa, glees you mere heat, cleaner beat pfff A FULL8ERY1CR BANK DOES MORE FOR YOUBANK
Dealing locally may have Its pitfalls to UMM who dollar ,.
wad to spend a day browsing In a large store and wind BURNER> BERYICISPECIALISTS' : Our oil burner seeks
tip buying' a pair of stockings. : It has Its comprntattons.It men are aimed prompt, dependable.

produces' more money In the local rash registers which rillNTKD: MKTKR: : DKLIVKRV TICKETS 0

produces facilities, etc better, ate Stores, ete. which produce better municipal RADIO DISI'ATCHKD. : TRUCK w.ol.f f GREEN COVE SPRINGS

And $* mUUoe. la pot to be aneeatd at for I'Ia.1ID

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The Stamp Club will meet o'clock will be Dr. Daniel A. ___ __ ______ _____...._..n__ .__.. _
MHC& I I this afternoon at Apt. 108-D!I Poling of New York City I Clay County Servicemen I

: of the Misses Beat Nn.I There will be no prayer
I Charles H. Coker will apeak on I I meeting on Wednesday Nov. fortifications during a sea ssssult. -
Penney Forms I The History of Florida on 23, but there will be a Thanksgiving apr ,
Stamp" Day service the next
Reporter MRS. IIERBERT D. MTERS, Pbooe .z.- m I morning at J.JO: o'clock con. Airman Third Class JeraldT
THE ANNUAL WELCOMETEA : ducted by the Rev Percy R. Akers. eon of Mr. and Mrs
The October meeting of the circulation of mission study FOR NEW RESIDENTS !I Batrhelor, In the Penney Memorial Jerald T. Akers of Oreen Cove
Women's Oulld opened with, books A number of gifts of I'WILL BE HELD IN THE LEG : Church. was with the Air Tactical Command
the presentation of Nations In'I garments and school supplies TURK ROOM, TOMORROW,: forces that recently participate
Community byy the missionary for African and Brazilian children 3 P.M. Elected: officers of the NAMEDTB In exercise Gold Fire I
committee. Mrs Paul Johnson, were received.: MHC Assn. with wives and In the Oxark Mountains of '
chairman, presided Four steps This meeting concluded witha husbands, and all who Joinedthe CHRISTMAS SEAL south-central Missouri :
stressed for the buildings of a brief business session over community since tthe last CHAIRMAN Airman Akers an aircraft
peaceful world were which Mn. Edgar Wilson, 'Welcome Tea are guests. I Dr. Hinton L Stephens, of mechanic assigned to Home-
1. All nations In the corn Guild President, presided. Oreen Cove and Orange Park, stead AFB. was one of more
muntty must learn to respect has been appointed Chairmanof than 20,000 men who engagedIn
Tonight at 7 o'clock there the 1884 Christmas Seal Agriculture will contribute biz; billion to the ,IroN national
s+ the joint Air Force-Army
the LAW. )(t. and Mrs. Paul P. Wlant I will be a special choir and chorus Campaign! for Clay County Dr. product total value of all (roods and services produced In1M4
2. AH nations In the community of near Urbana. Ohio engineer rehearsal also tomorrow. exercise conducted by the UJS That will equal all the GNP money generated by the auto.
Penney : Stephens served In this capacity Strike Command. He is a grud motive industry which 1s also estimated at bar trillion In 1994. as
all the
must and visited
recognize men Mnelghbon. architect -
7 o'clock the -
night at regular
past year when Clay Coun- uate of Clay High School. shown.by the above chart -
Memorial last Sun Richard A. Broom,
rehearsal for the Annual Reception ty exceeded all other Florida AIrman National defence will accountfor sis shows.
}. All nations In the community day. They are friends of the for New Memben son of Mr. and Mrs Harley H. |A5 blUlon GNP dollars In farmer will spend some
must learn not to trust in Rev. W B. Cole, whom they coming next Monday night. All counties in percentage of in* Broom of Orange Park has Army Pet, Augustus Wll- re64, according to an early ana 11229 billion on farm conatruc-
crease.Mn.. construction market tlon of all kinds, the J-M mar.
Hams, son of Mrs Lucille Williams lyala of the
arms as their greatest meanof met in China, and they were; completed his Air Pore basic
choir and chorus memben Vet eetlmstes, with
Dorothy Mllberger, of by Jrthna-MinvUIe Corporation analysis
: considering the Memorial Home training at Lackland UMdleburi, has been ..., fornew
strength should be present on both occasions. military world-wide manufacturer and another billion going
I Green Cove, serves as IC'CI'etarJ -
4. All nations In the comrnu Community as a future place of: AFB. Ter assigned to tho 101st Airborne distributor of building products: highways, many of which
of the Tuberculosis and Division at Port Campbell, Ky America'si&rctst wIll Improve road nets over I
ConalrucUont flow "
nltyy must learn to walk HUMBLY retirement. Airman Broom Is being assigned ,
I Respiratory Disease Assocls Williams entered the Army 'In industry\ win put I which tUn'lm gel their vy, I
s to k Tactical Air Com whopping |M btWo.. into clr*. duce to market. .E-.eaI*Q([
Monday, NOT. 23. the Re lion of Northeast Florida which .
May, 1'' and completed
mand unit at Homestead ATB, 'amount To market .
The food response of f332 OQ The P W. Mrton Bible eeption for New Residents will County and nine rulattnn sn equal Tht J-ll analysis
: Includes City ,!baste combat training at Fort
from I I policeman. Ills unit supports one ..tY'f0' the gels billion pacts total pew( construction In
in audience M
of wal Class at their annual \
meetlnton be Opened with an ran re* neighboring eounU.4.r . and I Jackson, S. C. \\t\\U hadon\ product l forecast I tale United flutes to hit let
jog training \duty u an alf
due. In part, to an active and Nov 10. elected the follow cltal, 7 to 7:30: PJB, bj Mrs. I ----- r I,>r the same period an] rtnrrt lick\ I In 1N( a new all-time
made up of Meedames Rust, ing officers for the :year lies Ono B. Coons. The combined the TAC mission of proyldtndfirepower Vermilyea. and Miss Carrie Paul Johnson, president; and other air support Want to sell some quail! ThI Jar ales Iks eoMbbdqut t |2l billion additional gug for
choir and choral groups will TRY A SMALL AD ft 111 three text Urgent Inifulrt .. aUtratlona modernisation,
Tsrbell. This committee to- Mr. H. E. Bverly, rice-presi to U. 8. Army forte Florida Game and Fresh" Water repairs -
render special muale. Dr. Daniel .. nil Ilona'' defence, the and maintenance, for a
cused the minds of the constituency ! dent; Rev J. A. Swetnsm, setretary A. Poling will be present He U a 1M graduate of Fish Commission says, "don! automotive 'Industry and sarrl total eonstrucUoN year of IAAbHllon.
upon missions through ; Rev. E. L. Ferris ..- and have a part in the pro. Orange Park High Behool. unless you're a licensed game vulture, the J-M market ana If- y..w Law II'J
a weekly mission study class, detent secretary: Rev. E. L. gram. FOR breeder and the birds were I
covering: a period of two: Ferris treasurer; an dMr. J. 8. Marine Pr Pint Class pen-raised on your game farm

months and a eonttlnuance Batten, assistant treasurer The preacher next Sundayat BIG RESULTS James A. Ham, ion of Mr. and ORANGE PARK WOMAN'S BAZAAR I
the Penney Memorial Mn. Willie Ham of Oreen Cove,
Church morning worship 11 1s vlalUng ports In the European The Orange Park Woman's made decorations and baked
Cotney Tire Service ares following participation Club will have a Christmas Items for sale.
In the largest amphibious Daaaar November 31, starting There also will be a rummage
BUD'S' GATE STATIONKEROSENE combat training eiertlses In .t 10 o'clock at the club house sale at the Thrift Shop nail I
Car. Pak! King Jaeaaesvtlle the Atlantic since World War Ill Klngsley Ave door to the clubhouse The
There will be home. ls Invited.
.. many
Phase CV 'In sr EY 454lTIRE U.He
Home I. serving with Head .
Delivery or -
and Maintenance
U-IIaul It Service Available quarters J4 LII' rugs -
Squadron Second Marine
Phone 284-9220 Aircraft Wine Marine Corps
RE.CAFFINo Orange Ave. ... c... 8k GREEN COVEr Air Station Beaufort. 8. C. Clay County Property

Airman Ronald Richardson Safe drive
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rich W. Brown
Pram the smallest ts the LARGEST NEW ODORLESS DRY CLEANING ardaon of Oreen Cove, has oompJ..Wct pay I ass

Dintributor Miller Tin Autolite Batteries PROCESS NOW BEING USED AT training his Air at Pores Lackland bash Atilt military TravelersInsurance for Audi AssociatesRegMersi .

Tex. He U a 1M4 graduate of Beat Estste Brsker -
Dunbar High School 1144 0... Hlgswsy IT Oreage Part
and IaORASOF . 9Atimgt ...... ........ -
If you're s careful driver, you
: PARK Donald D Davis personnel cm get Travelers car Insurance:
man third eI.... URN, son of it a discount.Cal ui'for detsUs.J .
Sinclair Station Road) Service CLEANERSAttend Mr and Mn. Oeorge R. Davis
.''f". ,, JulN", ",
of Green Cove, ls serving
ItS V. S. Highway 17 Pb.... t44- 4.l : J aboard the attack aircraft J.J SLATER SMITH '

carrtrr WM Sarstoga, operating PALM READING
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-- I out of Mayport." The Bars INS. AGENCY '
toga provides a mobile airfieldfor
Call far Ae..l.lm.st .
Mian .0 plans thai
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Include stuck\ bombers, and tl Nsrtk Create
Ihhal nit jour |probl.'rne, to nw.
Green Ceve EpdagePh.
tighter ittark aircraft that
I'llat t, !I'r"'lIt" nml .'ut!lr"
provide a mobile striking force .. 1141411THC
for Inland attacks on enemy All (ju,.stiorm .\1111\\1..1 I
Installations In aMllon to anr I l'orrectly|)
strikes spinal ships and beach: e.v..a TIAVUIMamas
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WASHER coil lOllS MW.) ..k .hlt I .wyft'J1!

Green, fiI' Cove. Springs Yam Company. ABC-TV, WC ROBERTS CHEVROLET

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FAOK Erode (Hay( County Crescent! TmT bAi', NOVEMBER a. ,,984! I _

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NOT THE BEATLES! Christmas Seal ChairmanDr. Green Cove SocialsPvt. The family of Henry Anion TAX Lisle CLINIC ATTEMNC

Moody wish to thank our many Kenney, who hc, rp.
Miss Vera Moody, who has eerily moved the off, ,
(Con't from Page 1) Thomas Milberger spent friends who expressed their 0(
the weekend with his parents been working In Venice. Fla, sympathy due to our loss for I the Reed Accounting aim, -,?
below will not be allowed to M!'. and Mrs. Ralph Milberger has returned to Green Cove. the food floral offerings, Service to Orange Avenue a

check out records.. He stationed at Ft. Gordon thoughtful cards and kind attending a Tax Clinic 1'1 ,j,'ksonvllle .
Patrons are reminded of :', Oa. week In Valdosta Oa., u the words.. which U sponso,) !b,

their responsibility in the car guests of Mrs. Saam's mother May God bless and keep you the Florida Accountants \ _,.
of records borrowed and a Mrs: Albert W. Pierce celebrated Mrs. Ona Green and her slater elation.
charge will be made for dam. her 91st birthday quietly and brother-in-law Mr Mrs. Amon Moody,

ate beyond the normal expect. on Saturday Miss Bonn! and Mrs. Juahan Reid. James Alvin Moody A Small Cla. i'i. I
ed wear. Except for a few re Dean Baker Mrs Lyman and H. E. Moody, i iuHl

reived u gifts the records Mrs. Lide were her guests for Chief Boatswain Mate and Mrs. John J. Paderewsky briny you 001'1I, ,
are monaural and can be wedon luncheon. Mrs. Walker Bowman have Mr and Ain R. A. Moody ing rfaiiltt. 7'111 .

either monaural or stero moved from Green Cove to the

machines but a sharp high I Mrs L. C. Fisher. Sr., and Arlington section of Jacksonville I

quality needle should be used Mr. and Mrs. L C. Fisher Jr, where they will be nearer PAY OFF YOUR BILLS I

----- -- spent a day In St. Augustinelast M' )Ort where Chief Bowman
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week visiting. is stationed I
Repair Your Home Roof Additions, Aluminum

LADIES, WOULD YOU Mr. and Mri. E. C. Rswls 'Siding Roofing, etc Consolidate Your, Debts

LIC TO OWN YOUR had aa their guest last week SACRED HEART LADIES Into One Small Monthly Payment.Free .
OWN DRESS SHOP IN Mrs. Raw!'. mother, Mrs. E GUILD INSTALLS Estimstes Phone Collect 358-0363

YOUR HOME TOWN! J. Smith of Sanford. At the recent meeting of the
Ladles Guild of the Sacred
sew '01'r..r' sew Church the pastor Rev JOst'phCorde
rw.... .,... ..... .
. .... .. linger spent Sunday with his
NNL.p01....... feu..wN installed the following 115 W. l6tb SL, Jai. Fla.
Iowa Nn..IN....... ..rwwr.. ...... parents; Mr. and Mrs C. J. officers for the coming year:
V.Ye N.r.It.INr Ne..w.
a.N .. u.. rn Bellinger of Dcbarry. Mrs. Donald Fisher president: - --- ---- --
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NerILL Mrs. Phillip Pub!. vice president
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....,..1rM IIS.N.001 N .Nta.IeYIN Mrs: Wild Charlette of Mn. Lewis. LaBlanc, sec:
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.fYt... ......... ......, N//r ANMwlNtte. Tallahassee spent a few days retary. and Mri. John 11111- PARTRIDGEWELL -
Jut week with her sister Mrs. gin, treasurer
% ;.WRITITOrMisilixil' ; / DRILLING
,,( Mrs. Herman Reed had u
'f' her guests over the weekend
her son and dsughter-ln-law,
P.O. Box 1ST Mr, and Mrs William H. Reed I/NCI lit

Alachua, Florida and her grandson, Hal of Tallahassee. SHARE V THRU 6"


Mrs. Ronald Behnke spent HEALTH Flowing, Well S.u.tELECTRIC
a few days last week u the

a.. neat of Mrs. Woodshlde a PUMPS &

CLEANING former resident of Oreen Cove,
and In St. Augustine,

Budlow will attend the Inagur

al ceremonies of Dr. Robert H.
WORK Spiro of Jacksonville University 'fl4 t g fM1CJt1r61w tI

on Thursday and Friday I R:)
Let us cleanandropnIr The Rev. Mr. Sudlow has been I ij6 N

I appointed to be the personal) o...
epresentatlve at these ceremonies a
Illnton L. Stephens, Green Cove out the nation today. The purchase af these for the Rev. Dr. Rhea / OIMl1n LONG DISTANCE
your radiator Springs physlclsa and 1..4 Christmas Real Christmas Seals Is the only soiree of funds mat Kline, president of Bard J.cks.oatlle, fie. '

Campaign chairman for the county, surveys your TnbercBlosis has to research a cure UMarch Collejre," Annandale-on-Hudson CHRISTMAS SEALS
now. soms of the mall In preparation that ear. for those who bare TB and U eda- FIGHT TB AND OTHER 138914381UlU'EIt
New York.
rled ChrUlmas Seals Into homes through* rate ill age levels to tho dan..... RESPIRATORY DISEASES

VAN NESS (See ..." aa pate--three). Mr and-Mrs Jack Slim WATER WILL Of FLA.ASSOCIATIONS t NATIONAL

BUICK PONTIAC Ine I Range Warns Hunters About Fires IIANA GRACE KNIOIIT and Deborah their-children. spent'a few Jerry days and tutor 5860 HYDE GROVE AYE."PLAYANYWHERE" .
Services were held on Wednesday
afternoon af the First'' --
411 Orang Avenue -Ai the fall hunting season fected and natural foods for Methodist Church Mrs.! FFA TAKESIN
Green Cove Springs and the beginning of the forest game art burned," Rosser liana Oreo Knight (4, who' NEARLY $700
Then.$54.5050 fir season happen to coincide,!I added. '
died Monday night at Clay The Orange Park High
164-IUS (Jsx line) all sportsmen can help prevent "Crush\ It. drown (11; and I Memorial Hospital\ The Rev. realised close: to 1700 on PF'A'l\ TV
destructive wild fires by being break It, Follow these rules Gordon Craig officiated. spaghetti supper and hoc l
careful with fir. while in the I and th< woods will
be In good I[ She was a member of the army, Mrs. Carrol Nix reportedthis
woods" County Ranger Roger shape for next hunting .
season First Methodist. Church, a resident week. ALL-TRANSISTOR PORTABLE
-- .. tower warned cltlsena of Clay too," said Hanger Rosier
of Green Cove Springs A profit of 1)75 wu earnedon
County today "Crush your cigarette for 34 years and had worked I the supper Itself; another
Ranger Rouer said that aev. I or pipe ash dead out. clar'l I I for the State Road department |2M was contributed by members II III

CLAY oral fires occurred In Clay your matches before for 22 years u tender at the who did not participate.Mrs. .
Count during the month of I I them fall to. the forest floor Black Creek Bridge I Lee Dunran. vice president jJ'j5 I

titIAn.' Novembers 1911. A couple ot(I Drown your campfire or warmIng She la survived by her husband I. of the PFA presided at I II

brtea Oav aPrtasiMen. the flrii were Intentional sets,j\, fir until no ember .Is left Charles D. Knight; two the meeting at which It was .
but t most were caused by care glowing daughters. Mrs Thelma Beyer, 'reported that 30$ persons are
Thru Thurs.rrevlews leuneu."IEunten. of Ormond Beach; Mrs. Gladys I now listed aa members. A memo

till. P. M. particularly should Brooker, of Green Cove; two .bershlp cIr1,. to. being conduct
Featar 7i45 PJH. Charles D Knight Jr., ed in ech clatsroom with
be careful because of the effects SWUI. All (rill I$tot A Complete restore. Aa a raging wildfire can have Up.j TOO , SO WPIT hOT, fur. and Edward Knight both of prises promised to the three
UU A3 IS P.M. on fame Oam cover .ls lost,I] A ,,,\1.,. All VOl'll. MMKII Green Cove; three sisters, Mrs. I rooms taking In the greatest
j It .rll'' AT BraiLTSlliimillillMlll MsUlbyi:
the ester In the woods .U af. Ruby of Hastings; Mrs. number of new members.
FrWar I FecterN 1 a li4S, P.M. ; Bart Duels. of Palatks; and John Itellmuth reported that
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Sat A Ban. I F.M. ContinuousV.HTh 1 "niiwillP i iiiiimii""' Mrs hole Clifton, of Jacltaon.I he had presented to the Boardof
I vtlU; six grandchildren Public Instruction a letter.

John's Radio & TV : one<< great grandchild. asking for financial assistant
ra. Fit Pall bestirs wen Floyd Cone for the County schools' bamls.
Nov. II II 'I I' of Baldwin'. Thomaa Flower The Board promised to take
RCA MOTOROLA 2KNIT1J: of Jacksonville; Frank the request under consideration
ax AMANA XOKGB AlTLIAXCKS}: I i William Monaghan R l when. additional fund are
DAYTON Ear and R. II. 0'|son necessity
-t- I Interment was In Russell I Tr* associations next fundraising .
1=c.St Kririrncf, l tier vie* 0* All M alt{ft (f' MoJrlisrnviNd I Cemetery, Helm Funeral Home I project ,will be a box

< -t-t-CLAY COUNTY OVER u TMAR was In charge of arrangements, social and dance for parents\ .1 ,.VE11'a.d MFFiVfliVAT n///sT.iu.v GIFT WKA f

Sat Nov. II 24 Went Walnut Street Green Cove Spring f).. I a.teachers and students on Dec May it anywhere MMIIJT ito own rechargable| battery IMayn also uu+

Phone 2M-3122 L.- : ) Members of the football team AC' current and from the cigarrt lighter on your car. See tine at

I. < =: r:. ) ,1I went presented to the meetingby

II :Harvey Lofton and WUUam -
I thE Jones assistant\ coaches. FULLERTON'S
1,40r [ Head Coach
CaRiSn"! Larry Wesley was
_and PHONE I unable to be present because GREEN COVE SI4-4MI OUAMGK PARK t..-OSeS

I .SEALS he "had undergone that mornIng --..11.11'FIRST \VIT11\ TIIK 1.101We've -
ION OF CAPTAIN MOOD I surgery on his eye.
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lubltor wipe you cut town bettlnc ..1lIa..we it fuhu' \ ......_r ."' 1M ....... U.1..1 Ponticicsagain 1
a, rust and corrosion" dm" ywi more heal cleanse boat per C.. IN ... ...1... ....... is ,..

bob,;. .1.t Tug ;:1un.:: IC11.alas

t: aan.esnstoua.T \'MUSEJ'ICI SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner atrvte WIT"1toU" rust IIIYOacwL sip Ieal ..* u. .
torn art aaUlod prompt, dnndaMa. ...A cC .aN (.., at n.-
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Clarence C. Justus who is

.: Two twnre sailors were wintering In riorlda as a
G ll1N1 NG :: bound over to Circuit Court guest of the State of Ohio,

under $7,500 bonds by Judge paid A $25 fine for drunkenness -

z Thomas J. Rivera on Tuesday! Tuesday with an Ohio

after they pled guilty at an arraignment unemployment compensation

I Combating The Earwig to charges of armed cheek
robbery and the theft of an I. Justus and a woman
In addition to maintaining1 a automobile. The robbery la said friend, according: to police,
healthy lawn,most homt garden
I I have taken place northof got In an altercation In
,era want a flourishing! vegetable to 'lust
I sad flower garden Orange Park. which the woman U. laid to
.1. a"Y 1i I The earwig tan wreak eon have Buffered fact lacerations.
'. .havoc la your vegetable Den Henry Cox, 18 years old, I
patch and flower garden, d.. i of Mt Prospect Ill. and RUh .
atroy in ,, tlnnias, holly ard Eugene Bchumaker, IT of How the fine will affect
hock, lettuce. potatoes, andttrftwberries. Wuhtucna, Wash, were apprfhendcd Justua' southern winter
could not be determined.
Monday night on
The female unit lays heegga '
in spring la large cluster, the Expreuway near J.rk on.
and the egg l art often found In vllle after Sheriff John HaU'a Conviction on a charge of
great quantities I In grsss clip office sent out a bulletin for armed robbery carries a maxi
plnga. After the eggs bitch, the ,
young then shed their akin fourto their arrest I mum sentence of life In prUon.
r six time until they become t The Sheriffs office lAid they The other charge theft of an
adult ready to do damage-the. held up David R. Woods, of automobile, carries a maximumaentenco
l throughout summer in
north, and frequently through : Wayrroaa, 0.. and robbed him I I of five yeah in prison
; out the tatln rear\la the warmer of hit auto and Mae In cash or a 13.000 fine.
southern reglona. Infestations -
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al The region earwig la three quarter New Members.-back. lop I .to r rn. U C. Dliwroor,
I I el an inch long reddish brown Mrs. II. M. Onmlencn. Mr. J. II. nreullkite\ Mr. K. I.
I in color and caa'be easily ld ntl* to -Mre. J. O. Welmer, Mrt. J. C.
.fled "by a prominent pair of for Stair i MU.m-a. present SEE YOU ATEchie's
C eepej at the rear of its body. A Rennard. !Mrt II. 8. !8pll1art New members not
Methodist Youth Fellowship visitt Florida Southern 11ert.9iRDS
"night raider,"It hide la the loll I Mrt. Holder lladilns. Mr*. W Msjberry I.., Mrt 8. I).
during the day and feed after.I Marvin and Mrt. J. R. While, Jr.
dark tender plant ,. -- --
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1 become The earwig a nuisance has l in Increasingly the home.I IIt I STOP, Don't Shoot!

Invades homes in the North
0:: b west and the South during
summer and fall months th.1 .t d. ., .r 1.1
LORiDI\ feeds on rarba,.. WI INORANGEOALE
An effective way of combating Many state $100,000
HEAD ANDUNOERPARTS ,G the earwig and more than 100 ply
l,9 other varieties of plant and lawn. yearly and mort to *
/ 1 pests, it to apply Spectrtrlde* l place signs riddled by the
::;rtN Lawn and Garden Insect. Con bullets of thoughtless
5 trot. Since it ia a broad rang* hunter.
will lavefoth toe -1J:;'
AND rAIL insecticide,you __
time and expense of using a \
BLUEBLACK- variety of pest control mats.rick. \\r 1 -- -
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f f I I r WlNOS"LENGTH EA eat available Corporation.; at a liquid Spoctraclde for sprsy la ..t, n"c ,. I

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pleader application.
Good signs art particularly *
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WAKING HOURS INTME AIR'IH: TRY A SMALL AD ally are the only guides
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT INfLORIDA IN THE OUtWIT COl'HT or I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF you In th. abov entitled aau*. mat nld! Coors at Oran, ado
GUIDE ANI FOil .1oA W but a. TMK rdWKflt JUDICIALClHOqUT I CUAT CWNTY. KlJOWlI} and you' ara hereby rq..lrd I* HprlnaFlorida, th IN CHANCKRY. IN AND "X>K PLAT In ChatmryNo. .*rv* upon plaintiff attorpajr )' Howntwr A.Dl 1114.tuH .
CASt!: NO. Ill NTY KLOIUPA : IMiOL1VBK whose n.m. and adilrtM. appear .
THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS IAN'kItY 1'0... $044 C. 101 A Utili. her nn your wrlittn dfMa, >ttOB: L. OARUSLE,
HANK IN THK CITY Or 'fiN RANKs Plaintiff If any: lo the hill of complaint I lark ef Circuit fort '
NEW VOHK. a corpora t ton, KIMW COUNTY va In mid suit copy of ohm h !isddlvared of Clay Count, Florida
Plaintiff. ELLKN 1.'. MAI18H.I. I you h.rewith, on I By Vlylan hi. -dtk.
BEVERAGES .rlOr."on."llIlntlrt. >vfndantXOTItK or hofiir l :oi-in*>vr II, Ail: ). IMI.Herein rtputy .
Alit CONDITIONING 'REAL ESTATE ELLA MAT 011 PrINU. an unmarried V"il. OK HIT full not or deer* Pr.eonf'oat' I HHHWICK ANDBRKON.Alii .

woman UBONARD N. wKond THIC HTATIC Of FLOItlDAT"NLI.KN will ,h* enter'd sraln.l1'U t >rni>\ for I'Ulntlff
Dcftndanta .AI<1>MCHKIIBK, hi. I' H.t II)
MILBERGER NOTIIH: Of II IT |tfn PAUL'SAll TWIN REALTY : THE STATE UP KUIKIHATV NOTUN or HIT lit'n"Mllft Road kill rat >niiUlntTh i I ll-It. II 1M, I* ;'(
; ELLA: MAT UKIKfr'lNO. ..nunmarried To: tlreenvlllt. Houlh 'Oarolln nature of raid lull belny
woman, I.IIJl'NAnO N MfRRHRC\ and TINT ARK MKUKUr!: NilTiriKIl' I for TM> '>ri't I
REFRIGERATION that 5 lull ha bn (IU4 aaaln.l I \\n\KMH my hind and lbs
Hilda T. Xtth tl ilk Avonu.Pn.rab HANORA U'KRHRK:, bin wife
Legal Beverages .
Now Jar..y U..ld..1.n n!'_. : '
Realtor YOU ARK HEltIDNUTI..UiII!: : V.... Leonard N. Murrne and ---
Open I A. M. t.1 A. M.Dural that a maul has bt.n f llo SERVICE you I. lbs above ra.... and you htrtby noltfUd that a coniplaUlla '
County Une .rt "Qul,... to file your ana"'.., fnrorlot a ,.,"aln murtcac MRGIST MO fftsr KNOWN Of 7MSNAUQMfMIUf .
North of Orange Park ft RENTAL ft SALES with tho Clerk of thin Court ando of I". followlDK dttcrlbfd. r.aluropvrtr "I *
It cadNUjla.. ..Mt... ..... a copy thoroof upon (hi. to-...li: COMMON RtSIDtNT
& ... U..,... ar.te* ACREAGE ft LOTS plaintiff or ". .lIorn.,.. Ma' lot I0lahtn. It II. Stock Two' of noRiM excsn txrscug SOUTH
t s. Palmetto Street nnoy. H.dlo., fkambrra anddama. til. MKAlN\VHRtHK. tail
BOATS Barnrtl National bank one ell according to plat l PO.ttlt'.WfA17NfEdltudRY7p OttCEiel4
none Phone t84- 78Bntlnrn ulUllna- Jackaonvllla a. Florida Ihoroof repordeil In Plat Honk
IS4-J5S1 I BealdenUal CommercialIndoitrial net Uttr '''.n 1'ocfmhtr I, (''.. t. pones t and th* currtnlpublic
Phone It ,o. fall an to do. a l>*rrt I'r, rocordi 'ot Clay l County
orrfetao will ... tnltr' ..l ...In., Florida. t 10._ ..
'Oil for Ih. .It.t demanded In filed .tlnat and
INLET MARINA Serving Greater Clay Cocaty haa been you
Ih. Compl.ln' Thl. mull I. toforelo. 0011 at. harsh, ,....ulr... to ...rr.S ,
TV APPLIANCESERVICE Notary PubEsPRONE .. I mort.... Th. r.l I *..., of your .r....r or lad.
againot in Inc t" Ih* roraiilalnt on th*
.r.,11 'kelr:
MERCl'BY OUTBOARDS ; ,. NKAIIOW. ulalntlffa atlnrnen. >Urk*.
\Ve Repair An Brands : BltOOK fnlt I, according I.' I tiny Yates. Conro A tllhba,
MERCBUISER SERVICE Office SI4- Mt plat thvroof r.,'ord.d In I'lai' m Raal Porylt. Htrt. ..II.
Se'rylcln Clay County Ilook .. !>... Iof the current ..>",'11.., Klnrldn. and fll. Ih."rIMI".1 '
Sixteen Tears Rome tll-:'SJ rawori..f Clay County I *n.,.., .r pUadin In .i r
For BOATS TRAILERS Florida TncHhrr with all ih* nrfU-t of tho Clerk at th.
Orange fifk Fho M4MUFOLLERTON'S Orange Ave S. at Bay BC .Irur'u,.. and Imarovomonttnow i-lrrull Court In and for Clay .
and ktroaftor on said land 1 I'nuntr. ''InI''.. on or hefor
Green COT Springs "and all till",.. now or h '
attached lo or used In K' YOU fall l 0 ..<., Judument by
Hwy. 17 Orange Park ronnortlon with Ih. fr.ml-. default will I... taken a,.ln.t p1IKrf
h..... drarrlkod and In addition lou for Ik. ..II.' demanded In .
24 N. Orange Aye. Phone : I-'8JJ '.....to Ih. fnllowlni Ih. ...",,,101..1. .....1. nolle. nail' )
CM Spn. 114-.... Lt.GAI.OTlna'! d* rrihd .0u.hoki ai>|il'anr* n*> ......11.$ ..... one* rarh week f,.
Green MILK DFIIVERT union Ire ana anan b. ntemrd fnir rana.full\. w...k... In the V'
IN TUB: CIRCt'lT COfRT Of to bo, flilurva and a purl nf i'la" County Cr.rht,
THK roCIITH JUDICIAL the rnliIlolnnlnt < ;: IXINK AND HIII>KKrti at ,,I FR/IMPLY IDP'

Gee Vied FuraUaroCAREY'S CIltCl'IT IN AND FUR) C&\Y' Itanito and Ovrn ModM 'Iretn (Oiv Ki>rli>... Clay (0051. ', o1 .tU SNU7N
W.D.Morris COUNTY, i''WIt WA. Re-II .'10,1,1.. Ibis ISIS day of No
IN CHANl'KKT U" A..' Pan In 1C1t" .n vtmlr, Illl FDA YwI
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FLORIDA TRADERS Plaintiff Warn Ho...... d Wn'l 1 {'Ia'. Cnutity' Plnrldallyt 0,0X11 PRPVIDIDFt0RIDS
Haler Model OH ItUIt VIVIAN H. 1't.I1If
Green Cttt Springs, Florida' All Jersey Milk CARL HARMON'tlOOUTKAR. Halloa: oil firunKlortromod l>*pulr CUrk! J. k 'ARlr.141%
Wall' Ralr "4nalh II.It. II. 1l.*. I* ;
.t al. x/oa! INUCI%
IS E Palmer St, TeL tt4-S2M For I rieftndtnl.KOTItkl .. Modl nllVITNRM8 0(11 8m1Vr1 At
ATCDM \ my hand and the oral,
Antiques S. Orange 0. HIT or thin Court at DriM-n .'..,. I IV Tille CIIICITIT CtH'ItT tip
HOME DELIVERYCALL '1'., Hnrlnia. Klorlda. this IMh d > MARTINWArit
Park CARL HARMON IRXJUTKAIl ..f Orlohtr. A,IX I Ml /
()rnnlre Court 1I..n run CLAY txir.NTr
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BUndlnc Rand TeL tll-OSI I64-M49 or ZS4-11CS O. Ueorila. usinon i. CARLIIIH In Ch.n.'try

You arc ...r.b, notified that a Cl.rk of Circuit ('"url II. ('... No. .. . . 6AAM AND FRE/I WAr/it f/IN CCMMI/OV
Jacksonville suit boo kotn rUed aaaln.t rap,: VMan II. Mnhm In : AI"II..ItINlCTUt Or
a 0.mni .... muty Clerk \ IIU MIlA I.VII. a minor
BUndlDf LEGAL Ie'AOTlnl I..rla HlbUy. M. .. ell 101., andM. '
I. Hlblty, Jr.. In Ih .b '
TeL T7MM4VE Of IALIC tntllled c....: and that you are -- >rTIO' r"<>, .MIMMl: j

TRADE IN ANTTBINaOF Notko I. bar.bylvn pur htr.lty required lo til. your an. OP "T."Tlo 1MKfcllTMt 0 IN TUN NAMK' ": fir THE: ITATKt
aunt to d.r,.. meted la Cause ewer with tka Click of tI.l.Court. PIITHIOI '51)111 KUtlttliA *
VALVE Numbtrrd I HO, In tbo I'lrojlt and to .oerv a ropy thtrox Nolle. la hertby ilvtn that TO' HAM UIAMIIAL.VOIlll .. y wy
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Court of Clay County, Florida) of upon Ih. IMalntirra attorney 'k* und.nlinod und.r th. pro.
In Chanrory I will ofrVr for who.. name and ..eI,... IIIJ vltlon. of rhaptar Illov, I.... Ionia, Mlnturl
ACCOUNTINGREED aala Iho vroprrty allualod In C. LAPP You will viet. take 1411'! .
of Florida. Aria of 11) vlll ;
Clay County, Murld dtacrlbtdLota r. 0. BOI it* ,..ta''., with th. Clerk of llirCtrruit 11I. AHCKV K. MOHKII..:t lit \
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..: boon Cor* Unrlnn. FlorMa.I Court In and fur 'psi! ) and NARY J K. Mi husband ,
IT Wad ... Ireton 4. not l.ier than November II IOdd.If County, Auto .f "Klorlda uponrvlwt and wife, k*.. filed In tbs. 1'trnnit
ACCOUNTINGAND TOWN OK ClKANOK I'AIlk. you fall to do an I>...'.. fro of proof ..f publl>.a.i....., Court of flay County, Nur> ? l.CNI DIVVY
according nf land of Cnnfetto Ida a ptllton >ra,'ln. that r ,
to nun will bo nlerd a.aln' l of thla nnllr. Iho Kl<'tilluunam p an "
Iho FLORIDA WI.NTKH IKIMK YOU for th* relief dtm.n AND IMI'UOVKMKNT (V M- tho Complaint. Jame. T farn) Itave In adopt MITOM: WhFINt'UAU1
PANT of r-rord In l ford lh ok The natura nf .Id till bring 1111. II. M. lhip"' UUMIUI.VH. leer minor child .,. r > ,
TAX SKUVR'KLisle K at II and alto In PUt for Ih. foreoln.ur. nf Ch.llrMtrlnirt .: and you aro required la kw J1wQ
Kenney, Owner I Hook tit:Mao IL of tht Pub. -umhtrlna' th* pr ..".. why. Ik. oasis shoCK not \
lire Ktrordi of Hay ('auNty. pond l property loratod In. Clay I. TIIN tot Ill Jt Dak'S b. ranted ky a**_la, a ropy ot 8U/I
1 N, Orange Are. Oreen Cove Florida. County' Florida dearrlh a. .uINT I'll A111 PUN till your wrllitn ..f....... If any, WVf/IY
at public ail. t* tho hlfhr.l kidd ...: \'OIIllTt. "I.UN""). upon T. J Jtnalni. .J,., ail..rney WtA1a
TeL 1846711I'ersonalizeil I ., for rank at the wpiltrnmmtfront (" .'r.41 Trarler, No. 1.11111 rile. k., .... for the petitioner al I' I* TNM lyYAllON4 "/
door of the County Court next RK: KMTATH 1'r Ihil .
Services i IN : 111. Urea (\iv Mprlnia, 1 $
IIOIK. In llr..n Covt Hprlnc Tr.tior No linSIIVITNK CI.'. .J, Carton ..1.1.... and by flllai th* *rl*. t $'U JtNltl
laAcrnnntinfr ] Clay County Florida' ..."Ino'.. \ '''8 m, hand and. sal of I feetattd.ri Imam tk.rof with Iho lark of v K
& Tax at It:*o A.M. on Friday: 1\00.... old Court at Or.*n Cii'*: .*b MITIthl'Nolle the Circuit Court of Clay County,
b.r 4, 1111. Clay County, rtorlda.. r"iri I* hri given that riarida. on or ...,.... tk. II.I day
H.f'turnl' j 'laid ..1.41 aublort t. oontlr da* of kitobfr A.l>. 1.... the undr.land on tile Ilk **, of lievenibtr. A I.l Illl. aId Ik*,
ForItuKineR8 nation by th. Court. Court He.I of Novemktr A U I".. filed a Ihureda* Ih* Slat day af !.* '111
./ NATHAN" HCHEVIT OKXXIVR: 1. (CARMHI.K final awountlna- of her onmln. temktr AH. IIOI at I prim.
- FirmsInllivkIUa1a" & liorlnl MmlonKlril Clerk nf Circuit Court I l.trallon of tko e.lalo .f Clt.a of w r
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puly" I* turt. al ta that pub. kuuM In Urn C >uPf.lINaNriI .
It,". IS-I 11.11 111. It. It iM-ello of this nutt.on..-. ....r..'.. hit ins.. **o.*t Vprla.fur the joLtvo A ifN GdAYrRYNllltftplD
o.ch ..... for f..rRsllre tl1MRW'rRofMslASitJ
ker<*. of said feillloa sad you
w*.ka. .I..II.a will lo mad are ...r..., notified a'N''I'
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AT ONCE ruE or part time, IEE agtlfM fir (1te5Tli' -, /lORNPA dlAMi AND p1a' WArlA flN
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nun or woman U em Wt- koritrt op APn.it'a .. la ..,.kr Imps that the Tko. Hoard of r.unly ('.....*.
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vratment I that H. K. Wlecaad. Ik. kola, with Ik* CUrk of Ik. lirrullfourt SOT iMMkr II |.... to tk*
Set )'ear own botin. \I I of Ik. teiio.lss ..rll'""* .. k*. la and for Clay County,. Clerk. of tk. ,'nosll, Clad, Tap
Write C R. Ruble Drpt. N-S.J I fild MM etrafmu** for lea mat of riorid upon r* *ipt o{ Couatr, tlra reps Apr'5.a n*.
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T-ACI EIGHT Ctag( County (Stcseeut THURSDAY, NOVEMBER .., W4



I Continued from Pare ode) SUFFER AND SING NOV. 21

i :' More Coaches and Money, ported to be passed out in the front seat of the car The RCT. James Saunders

; At approximately 0 o'clock, M. F, Williamson, foremanon announces that round was

) Coach Says Sheriff Hall'i ranch wu working In timberland approximately broken last Sunday, for a new
/ Montgomery
:. : half a mile south of Hlab"a711 when he taw building at the Clay Hill Bap. Rww,
Moody running through the wood tot Church. qii
Coach meets. Basketball games provide
Clay High Asked by Williamson why he was running Moody ti This Saturday, Nov 21. at
Billy Montgomery this week attributed some revenue though it aid to have replied he had been In a wreck. ft:30 o'clock there will be a SAVE MAID STAMPS FOI CHIISTMAS GIFTS
Is less than that taken In by
. his team's unbroken Moody got Into Williamson's car and they drove to the special dinner and sing st the
I string of eight losses to an Inadequate football games. west. the where MOOCf ,
, approach to bridge ,* car wu parked Clay Hill Baptist Church. An
Most of the teams played by
coaching staff and I its front end badly damaged Jack Moody If said to have offering for the new building
the financial necessity of playIng Clay High have one or more Plaid Stamp 100 Extra
i been passed out on the floor of the.ear, will be taken.
heavier teams. football coaches Montgomerysaid. Under questioning Hannus Mod admitted their car Savers cram In
; Among those who will penis liji Plaid Sta"plIfor
He has two assistant
At least seven Clay High % a great
had driven Mrs. Barber's car Into the river. cipate In the special: singingwill
football players have been injured coaches working with him. bonus again
As police reconstructed the accident, the Moody car be the Williams Brother
this year. Montgomery said that eachof drove up behind Mrs. Barber's car which was, in turn, following Quartet the Orange Avenue this week 'No Coupon, Xe<'esl'ary'
Coach Montgomery whose the Clay High players is C; loaf select the _
a third car being driven by her husband, Oeorge Baptist Church and the Weeks ; TAMP
three equipped with something like ; extra stamp $ With the Purchase ofSwift's
teams won only games Barber. The Barbers had moved a month ago from Gainesville Family I
last year, aald the gate receipts $250 worth of gear to Jacksonville Items in t.hII.
A cordial Invitation Is
The Clay High team still hu ad and Premium Cooked 5-lb. can
in the with larger : you
games State Trooper M. Terrell Crawford, who was also at the to aU to join In this r t
schools were an important item two games to play before the get enough
scene of the tragedy momenta after H occurred, acid Moody *
.. program.
In equipping! Ms team. end of the season. They will ::$? 0 Extra Plaid CANNED
apparently tried to swerve in front of Mrs. Barber's car In
Saying that the average team face Starke 'this week and n. ramps to fill 3 69
I an effort to crashing Into the rear of the car. Insteadhe $
played by Clay High this year Orange Park High next week. slammed Into the left side of it, police said catapaultlng\ JOHN MORGAN WILLIAMS i "* fc n'. a HAM .
Is IS pounds! per man heavier Services John ibuely opportunity to fill ails luit interSaver
It through the fllnuey aluminum rail and into 2S feet of for Morgan
than his team. Montgomery Williams a resident of Oreen Books for Christmas Of/U. TWe ads r.....__..............__....____..
JUNIOR IlIOH PTA water.After Vantage of the big doings at A*P this week r Q .
aid football with teams I I.
games the Moody car had left the soeheOot the accident. Cove since 1135, were held at I
and save Cash and Stamps
of the type Clay High is now Mrs George D. Daughtry of Oreen Cove drove across the the First Methodist Church r.J.wa: PLAID '

playing are profitable He expressed Oreen Cove Springs Jun bridge and discovered Barber lying on the edge of the with the Rev Gordon Craig Grade "A" Quick FrozenTURKEY 'l \'- i
the belief that there for High School PTA will sponsor bridge In hysterics. He had teen his wife's car plunge Into officiating last Sunday.Mr. 8l'4MPS
would be a drop in gate receipts a bingo night at, 7 o'clock the river through the rearview mirror in his car. Williams died on Friday, \ I
if smaller teams were Saturday at the Elks Club. At a Susan Drive home Mrs. Daughtry telephone Sheriff Nov. 19 at Clay Memorial Hospital Wit" tbl.Parks coupon k purchase I lb. rln.r.ofI. .
Ian. 1I I
played. There is a low, he said, Many prizes will be offered Hall who had just walked into the County jail. after an illness. of five l'IVIT: CAI\E ".... $"..9d!
on baseball games and track Including a Thanksgiving basket Sheriff Hall said Barber was not s swimmer but that weeks. He wu. 66 years old. IIbr.
r....... ..... II.., %"'....21 1
with and he probably could not have saved his Born In Stockton, Oa. he .
complete very wife
turkey even if he II te U-lb. Avg., Lb. 1Mb. Up Lb. + a i ii
all the trimmings, valued at had been since the car was In deep water It wu found was employed by the Oreen L. : .J
Garrard Get
more than $20. Prizes have more than an hour after the accident occured by two skin Cove Sprints Yam Co. Prior to ; .. ::_ _. ._._ .. _
been donated by local merchants divers: State Highway Patrol Lt. O B Stafford and Ozzle his employment there he was '

Another Hat of Oreen Cove and Parks a member of a Jacksonville sklri diving club. with the U. B. Post Office in : C 'I'1 C r( :'ui: [i >.!. '

I Orange Park. They were assisted by Reid Wager special deputy in Oreen Cove. I [ = l
The bingo games were to. charge of boat safety; Prank River sand Clint O'Qulnn, He leaves his widow, Mrs. PLJD 1 T
J. II. Oarrard.'supervisor of have been a part of the Oreen both of Ocean Cove The car. wu hauled out of the water Rhoda Studstlll Williams; a -
the Oreen Cove Springs Yarn I Cove Halloween carnival which. by Lanny Lancaster son James M. Williams, of Atlanta "Sulecr.itight" Short ShankHAMS I Iii STAMPS !
Co., will| assume the additional wu. rained out. Donations will The body which was removed from the car after It had ; a grandson James Kelley ,
duties of training supervisor, be $1.50 per card, $280 for been pulled out of the river has been shipped to Oklahoma Williams; his mother, Mrs. t With tbl. coupon purcha of i
for burial. Helm Funeral Home ROM Lee of Oreen I I Cam of nIMb $/1.lb. eau I. i iC.r1 ,
In Williams
according to an announcement three cards, or $5 for six cards, wu charge of arrange
DOO FOOD . ..... JKc :
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yesterday by Daniel S. Shaw to be kept all evening. Cove; three brothers; I
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Yarn Company superintendent. Baked goods, coffee and Williams, of Oreen Cove; J. D. a d. 11-31-e4 bra r.I. 22ha I'

Garrard will succeed Morris cold drinks will. be available Williams, of Jacksonville Shank ........ Ub. Whole or Half, .... 1C..ui i I
XMmsJale who Is being transferrcd during the evening, Buckhalter Takes Beach and E. B. Williams of : :Jr.1r.JI:.:

to the company's: Hill- Mayo : :::: T. iiii.1ii&bU
crest plant at High Point SUNDAY i Honorary pall bearers were: 39c49c r-

N. C. Dimsdal has: been in AT !Kiekhaefer Course ,Daniel Shaw, E. C. Rawls. Jesse 1 :
Oreen Cove since July. 1003. HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST P. Tynes Lester R. Rowe, Dr, I PLAID :
training CHURCH, NOVEMBER tl T. Luke Olennan, and Dr. W, bII':
Shaw said personnel I I Chris Buckhalter, of Inlet struction periods, supplementedby I A. Mulford. "Super-Right1 Pure Pork f STAMPS
at the Oreen Cove plant The Hickory Grove Baptist Marina, Orange Park marine actual bench HAG .. HI.ICap'n
I practice, blackboard Active pall bearer were; RAUSAUK( .. .... 3/111.. $t.OO I .
I la In good shape and that a Church plans an unusual am dealer, has been qualified as a sessions discussions With IhU coupon pur,II..* of 41
fulltlme man is not now need. ice on Sunday, Nov. 22: at 11,00ajn. : factory trained MerCrulser Richard Watkins, Harry FitsPatrick. John's Fresh, Fancy U-os can /'a I'UIn or K.lf IU.lnw e-Ib. ".. f 1
ed. On the other hand, the They are observing Lay.man's .I I stern drive mechanic, following Cruiser and jinitt examinations, combine Mer-four- Charles Phillips, Curtis STANDA1M OYSTKKS; .. WoCapt'n Pi1INbury", Flour :5ic)! I;:
Klllcrest plant is bring Jones Billy Lee and E. D. (... .. a..d. Ihr..n, I... SI L!
enlarged > Day and Omar A. Huff, completion of a training courseat cycle marine engines with item MoCall. Johns Quick Frozen "Ii P. u. ll-II-.. H i
and a training specialist a layman from Mtlrose, will bel the Sarasota Bervlrre School drives u integrated power FISH[ STICKSIlOoz.pkKM $1.00 :
Burial was In Lakeland Id.-
is urgently needed there the preacher Muslo will. be of the Kiekhaefer Corporation, plants to rive larger boats the Key-McCabe Funeral Home, of ._ .__. 3E 3KJK.J,. .L.._..._.;
Oarrard, a naive| of Dothan, furnished by an all male manufacturer of MerCrulsers
Ala., was educated st the A cordial Invitation is ehOlr'1'I and Mercury outboard motors. The advantage power of packages outboard range drive. Jacksonville was In charge of ,.........................-...--....

Campbell Business College, I ed to all. The course included dally In from, 119 ,to 310 horsepower arrangements .
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PhiIcoAutomaticWashersTotally Cor. F..SOCIETY llou.un St. A b Wllb th'i routwn A purrhaM of
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New For 1965 November Subject M, It" .r141rEa t! : !; ; 1 1Fiiiiiiiii

Subjeetl SOIL and BODY
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With Blades-of-Water Action I. Fresh I ; STAMps. I.i;
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.... Fresh YellowCJIOOKN'KCK Wit" tbl. ",pOll. purrb. .1 i :
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I >* *.> ) SQUASH Ib flc: I I. Tomato Juice !.'(' ,

An entirely now way to wn,,h. swift swirling current of I pi'iu'trnlinjf '..... Fresh Florida i I ('..,... ,... 11rv .... ..... U I
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water ri'ilact'N] lmt>h agitator blues. to wash rlothei NUl'KI.: rlcan.V. ftnwKXCU'SIVK I :

o "f.r'w. a specializedsource Juicy &:. .... ... ........-...,I
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t : : ,iroli1louble] FARM CREDIT Fresh Juicy IIft ,rwuu.111\ I

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t' WMhloml.. rounded' by and for k..11 Tlrelala 1 . rob. ,Iu'. i iI
Ball Point IlalaiH'o fannenProduction taltctll'canote ark: : .

Credit la foremost Inexperience SAVE 0c I t"__ e..d lbw .... .... p i
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Solved . II t
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part m a near PUMPKINPIE

I'HILOO Hall I'oint Cyclca Including r*,i/J farming opera 50 EXTRA PlAID STAMPS

.. a Soak Cycle. tion. Your PCA know

Ilttlance Automatically . j local conditions and NO COUPONS NKCKSSARY': :
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f will UOor a tow-coat 39apociall
as'.n. 4 .,r''e- loan to fit yen and With Purchase of Each of the Following
Adjust to HandUAiiy
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Load \ I sews 34df.ty. Cd an tH Oaaa,WII> V.. lake 4.-... ono l"
ami Largo Lid and ISckW. Pitch 8.Mi ,
facta today russet "d Planppla saes'ta S.eKartvl
. APPLrlSAUCK: '_ C/l Ib. cane 8DcBpMtall ::
Counteract Any .a Contour Owning
APJtIXIA cnaw rIMe.etc 2aat can std
For Haslet' Loading a.er..r..4.-... (user aa.SE C..ea..sa. ua.a. : ) P1CKLKS :2:!!",1. jar 2!0e ubNti Ta aN 71M1 . .t-oa, seas Ste
Off Balance Condition ,.... e....S..::'r u p.Pa. .. ... Cn.. Y |mL eta I*
) and Itomoval I of siNarisjtaal SI..laU l IM Monte Whole .......11raWa ........ |."Pit v We
FrMwtfM Ctt4itIN Easel M1M4 Nasa ..S..c.Q.7.. (
Without Cuttiiiff Off. Cloths.We A..elaelaa

Main lUtwt FaJatta PEACHESMb. ,.......Fr.-rave' I.* par $1.

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,Have A Complete Line of Philco Appliances LAP
Scala Ch.a Drwd New.- 3.lA1g. qei.e.


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