The Clay County crescent

Material Information

The Clay County crescent
Place of Publication:
Green Cove Springs Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 31, 1964
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ; 36 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
000579539 ( ALEPH )
33135451 ( OCLC )
ADA7385 ( NOTIS )
sn 95026712 ( LCCN )


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
!' . A Happy New Year to All! from The Crescent Staff. .

t. ." ' ..

@ (filav QIouutl} ( lTeSt Mel.


38 Xo. 52 GREEN; COVK: SPRINGS, f'LOHlU.TIll'UHU.) ).\Y, 11t't: ; IIH.n; :fll, UX54! 10 CKNTS: l'iU: COT*
- -

(!c.e.; ; ) It's Been A Great Year; *%

As A Matter of Fact

Smile, Johns-Manville) $(b)

Airtime record construction in the County In 1964 was.
Here New Hopes SbVead
reported this week by Floyd Onann, administrator for the ;
County Zoning Commission and building inspector

Cost of construction at shown on 1964 permits totals It was' probnbly Clay County's greatest year day .oik for a (fair day's p.y" The County Commies
\ It was'< the year Johns'Manville came to Green Cove: a iion mimes Louis L lluntley at Its chalnnan . Col. Olles
$3,724,445, Onann Mid The largest single building permit 'ry year of new political faces In the County Charley Johns, Evans. manager' of the Florida Canal Authority, tells The
indicates expenditures of $969000 for the vast 125-foot Louis lluntley! Jennings Murrhr, Jesse Tynea. Leon lUx- Cirarent that the City of Orrrn Cove wall\ have to "actively

Johns-Manvllle plant which will, on completion, cost in Icy, Glen Aired, Lanny Lancaster It wag the year tho pursue canal traffic. that It will not com without workiixii -

excess of $4 million. The building permit was. only for the County, and all Florida sent a warm friend to the Governors for it . the Rev Gordon Craig. minister of Oreen
Mansion In TalUtuiwe Cove's First Methodist Church, named chairman of the
basic structure
It war a year of new hopes. of high expectations! County chapter of the American lied Cross, succeeding the
Approximately $3.400 was collected on 448 permits. r llores how It went: Rev, C E van dcr Maaten the Rev Joe Olachoa
JM'AKY tester of Green Cove's First Baptlat Church Lou Manda

The Johns-Msnvllle Corp world leader In the field of Mublry. a dcaf mute all her life, dtf'lln Orern Cove at the

Burlington Industries one of those stretch yarn plants AU friend of Sheriff John Hall are Invited .. a reeep-' builtllng! materials, with annual sale In extra of $400 age of 110 Green' Cove's newly! renovated AAP Store
in Green Cove, has re lion la his honor from S until 5 o'clock Sunday< In Green million takes an option on more than 100 acre of land, opened with tVtit Rinwey as manager Two Mayport
employs more than 200 persons
Cot e'M V, L A. Building Just south of Green' Cove. saying they will\ build on It a sailor die on Klllwsy 17 Clay Itiihs basketball team
ported alltlme record sales totaling $1.2 biUlon for 1964 This wins the annual Stark Christmas Invitational tournament
Sheriff Hall will retire nest Tuesday after 16 year as mulll million dollar Transit asbestos pipe maniifaiturlnir
was an Increase of $m million from the previous year and Sheriff *f Clay County facility to employ 100 persons at the start with an annual , Bandra Jean Friars married to Walter Ivry II

alltime record earnings were up 25 per cent The reception' la being tendered by member of the staff payroll estimated at half a million dollars ("onwa, The County first cltlxen of 1864 : Michael Lee Mitchell.
0' the Sheriff department 0"11).1. superintendent of the Orren Cove Bprtng Yarn son of Mr and Mrs, Hubert R, Mitchell Victor Ashley
These figures, according to Charles P. Myers Jr, president
Installed as worshipful master of Cabul Lenin, .AN
Crescent photos by John Oroncrl' Co, \anu Omen Cove Jaycee "Hurllngton expects a fair
and chief executive officer of the diversified textile Judy Wells wed Enslin John E Graham Dunbar High

producer, were aided by a walloping $68 million spent In School" gymnasium named for Sthool Supt. Hlrrla Long

the past year on expansion and modernization of facilities. Bank to Raise ::") i: :: ")1 ); "" "":' i.sii; "'i)i"iele; lisp Chance, County Civil IVfeit Director: lets a new
truck . Ground broken for 1 100,000 County Health
In the company's annual report Myers says "we are Outer . Seven County youth nominated for the Sere

scheduling even larger capital outlays in 19(5 Interest RatesThe tee Academies" : Stephen Day John M Malon, Michael! P.
Happy New Year Harrison. WlllUm R. Clausen Joseph N, O Bolvln, henry
It was the third consecutive year the company reachednew 0, Brllck Jr.. and Thong H Mllberger "Dank of Oren
Bank of Oreen Cove
high In sales and earnings As of December 1, the Cove stockholders "rename all but on* officer David Tal-
Springs will raise its Interest
company annual dividend... Increased from $1.40 to an boll named Youni Man of the Year by OC8 Jaycees,
rate from
on regular saving

Indicated rate of $180 January 3\t to 4 first per cent according effective to *;G>' Watj:(; \ ((Couutu! fflresceu*: Bu William Ellen R.McCormick lloilire named weds manager Gary Carlisle of the, Out.81-Ban*

For Burlington's current fiscal year, started October 4, lot
John Preston Hall. Chairmanof un.VARY
Myers reports "volume running well ahead of last year." the Board. State Rep, 8 U Saunders" say political officeholders

lie points out in the report the elimination of the two At the same time, the bank 1oiaiJ1-Eiai.'i I j Sreab .Ground for.Valt ?'(ar.4t seeking another offk should resign Jennings Munh

price cotton Inequity by .Congress In net vas a definite will raise the Interest rat paid pa J .1., t l ,[ Oo.frJfIe ;:J:,.' ", " aiutouiw! for Sheriff A Crescent survey show th
on Urn! certificate. .from 4 to ... "'. ..... BUM U netting approximately $300000 annually o.i it*
factor In Unproved operations of many'kiWi firms\ and 4H percent' *- k she Meg 0 Ide".fy. o..t' esa WtHh. this prewrrp a'A/ $400000 lnv' at BUndlng Sheriff John Halt

\.r says President Johnson\rstdminUtraUon "has indicated Its Both types of depot!U will w raloflsrd! at a Sheriffs Association banquet a* Dan of
. an gmmtsdsndwsply. peal U... Florida Bharlffs" and. by State Attorney William Hallow
firm Intent to work for s permanent one-price cotton receive Interest computed on
program to continue to keep cotton textile imports from a dally accrual bails, compounded 'alien Cove City Co'nmssares Vws Afnf CMftp".t'h as "a man of unimpeachable character, hush honor and
and credited quarterly Art,. U. S markets and to wool
disrupting keep product imports .
F ... lonsann ".' "" 5IiNsls'lain, M..rLi14. ient'n4. Industrial contractor, a..*.. llancatr It al Green Cov* a
at reasonable levels""The l _ Industrial' perk. to employ 100 within sll weeks Claaae
PARKER LEAMNO ClAY S". sb' 'Lisa' *... ..v.w.. ( wbrtb t C Parnu4n. lV Uf.* ... at Clay Illsh ornitta.) student .
M building
can pretty
of the textile up
growth and strength Industry which ... ... .,.. \\.4
IIIGIIT "i1iKE: IS HE? IVtsiJcnt[ I II'PI I But survey. Uams edification An !'NAA Jax sailor
with Its allied apparel Industry, employs two million per. 1' ".' -...,\... (Huiuit (
., killed" '
f ,to t'I on KUhn 11 Two South Carolina youth In*
sons are necessary for the broad .stability and prosperity Unconfirmed rumor per '":';' ,... ,,\' : \' I 1.1C'llnlt; To I Ik Uttlmi ; jured lit Klllway 17 Aa-s| OP supermarket open

of the nation" Myers adds slated in Omen Cove this '\t( :(to' ", 'Thr .11aU l 1 Iknnu&tC;& I't'litJtl President Lyndon 0 Jvhnnn al Palalka. touch off a
week that James A Parker, ,.... .... \ ( I JVbrlu'' dynamite bloat breaking bound for Its $lt$ million rroM-
Stockholders were advised of Burlington's expansion and principal of Clay Hlih School .o) :pv+ l ;on(,;f"ur r Un Area : slat "Uri* canal Clay (Cminllaru mostly high arhoolyimniaiers
Intensification of its research and development program, for than decade, mill : fit. ,\, ....... .
more a
I'H<<, uknt Kevt+r Ihf1't! itnhI'1'itl wall In a cold, sixliUn ,fUld 'for a brief and dls
underscored) by the upcoming construction of a new $2 mil retire at the end of the 1'dt .. '.- .....
!., \ ; tons gluniM* of Ih* frMldvntlal party Mrs. Hlrrl Long
lion central research facility Greensboro Other v. 'ef ...
: near areas school ,4)r' ,.
yearParker Iii; \. named by (h vrtitir Ilrysnl to succeed her aillns huaband
covered Include new Burlington developments Intextll products himself could not .", as Bupertntriflrnl\ of Bchoul llarlty Broom defeats
for apparel home furnishings and Industry. the be reached by The Crescent :\ "' .....,a ccultty VOhf Jame Yuitr* M 01' City OomrnUaloixr Mr. Iran
company's expansions In Europe, and activities! In employ to confirm th ..
or deny # \ ..v'M"', ttv"tt.y.. JulHva. OKfl Worthy grant Matron. visits Green Can
and relations
public port The office of the Superintendent r P '1" "' Jean Itivers wed to| Randolph llruruun Jesse Tyn*
1t. b f ::
Burlington 1s the worlds leading: and moat diversified of Public Instruction ..7"\ tIf'.4' t'7: -Pl.! ,:,' ....I..; aimounr.* raiwiutMy. for Btlnml' Kuiwrli>l.nanl OP
said it had no .. ''I61tJ..Jt,. Jiyret .teems goal 'Ytrnnltn' sward, Louis "
textile producer. Its 127 plants are located In 17 sUtra tt on Huntley,
eight foreign countries and Puerto Rico The company knowledge Of Parkers 11''..... r.I'" t1 \ 7.. '-I'r;: !' :JftUlI.! ,&t.. who quallflM In, T.IUh..** 10 run for Slats IUpr_iiU.
.... .. _
employs approximately 67.000 II. will be elltMe for re- "" t. II,* ll.rt llroii to run agalnal Mayor Kdward TaylorIn
persons : : fJC' [ L "p! H !1 i !. .
Urement In June (Ht Clay lilts' MIM DIM!* Clop valedictorian

Teacher and student at capsule .f Ik* ('MuI,'. year, s> ( ... WHUr' U sly kee...* II will end .luttttld. \ Todd luitorUn . A growing rater of
Clay Huh say the moral aenled In s mnUt 4.n. evswUllr rer "red'e .pvnlni. ., JatiM-Maitvtll$ Trial Mnai4.l.* 'fur It.. Iwmo'alle primaries: Mayor IUy Findings contained In the annual report of the Stand there II I low and Parker' administration (.,.......t h l...alai rtMUfrayhert.. .. .... pipe ....,.,...... pba$. A*- n"'hI." tt>f..ra.iiian I). II. Matthews Stale Rep S. a
ard Rat and Data Service, indicate the volume of buainna of the school ..... INS .IU have .. |* MM U el | paselMMlyi I ........, 11w. eblr I.. BaurtoVr. John hall Jennings Murrh. (kris Carlisle

In the year ended June 30 done by Clay County's retail lately has been marked< by .. a fear *f grwvlsi a4 ,",,",. And at Or... ('e"'a .Ma..rUI pert. Jury W |t..urh. Durtlngton iruslrman, visits GCS
merchants reached IIU74.000. exceeding the previous year's basketball team that walled plant\

$14430,000 off the court In disgust at a :- :1 :=-;:; )j ?17 t4 ) :.,. ,. :t.)'''" \*('HiMiklrif
referee's ruling: a pitched *l tie. 4vl trlng ,,"Ilka.n.. Cr..-

It represented a lain of 7* percent, whloch was more batU on a football field and .. ... & & tens raps 4lUrUtly for clan flhlln/ and an open dl*.
than was achieved In moat parts of the United States. the on at .let on occasion. CUM_ of the IMUM Nuthlnj *U1 ilea lamed/ and much
average Improvement bring $ 4 percent The South Allan- claw. omitted so students Death Strikes Again At M' In the I aftermath by MiM.cstUinsr. rumor, gossip
tic Stale rise was 1.1 percent could& amp oeaks. clean and and whispers, Teen. Sf* lhm who say Bnutherrwr are
pretty up the building ** unpaid slow to fufgt* gru.fl** and trWvsnc th entire county
Most lines of business shared In the advance -ome toa amalevr Janitor/ for a Mutt unit bMnd. .it* alerted l leaders bi move sheaf In a
greater degree than others. rialUng 0uu surrey tm Liner Home In Orange Park artfully |>.Unn*| and assessed program *f lndutrUUMlloa

As was the CAM the year before, the automobile Indus ..- ...-...-- Mad irowth" Msror II"'M. *f J"hon.UIa. UM la try was In the forefront. Runners-tip wen store selling' ,carwhd-U In Oran Cove for a heist putikal&
such durable Items as washing 1 machines boats rtfrUera- Southern Bell t"th 11M apfwrt>Uy struck again *l talk. In BITUM: ".,11 'n.n ,*.,tuiv* uumnl to Th
ton, air condjUontn and the fck.. th ram* of Krvln: RwW Liner, of Orange Cracn4. UM M y<* said "Th people *f CIa, Cbunly have
Park, ' ;I. i *n omens* ottmrtunlir "'or. U...... Th growing wIrtoliMlioei
Tbt ........ whoa* decision to spend or not to spend V.p Retiring LM urn elm snoMK after as >. swidc4 > fre. i ,! of Oran Cove. UM wdrtdvlopmnl of

determine whether the economy pee up or town was In *.t KJ).*y IT arwrfed out' the 111* of Ofan* park a* MM *f Ja4kaunvltl moss *ot,ud ,..".....
a buying mood throughout th yar.Th a.... J. Yale, tiN pr.. his snip son. o ..looV.IN" nut M UKOranr 4'I slat areas. tn* fMlfiflmMt *f Ky torM'* Mpt/atlon a* a

nrww show that rcaidrau of th May. W dent and >tt rJ manager offlaMhera PM lUb' Iknotnvt a .1IOIIId bens. I sealer o riliun.r4lrmnl. *ns and nun Industry all prc

a set Mpoabl Incom: after payment of tax**. of $)> Best Florid ..p.T.< Uner, sV $1 I, I.ppW onrv Mtwwe sent" challenges Tt,.. ihaltoriga wttl Ki I* b* marl "y
IU#*, topping the fiscal IMJ.toU of $1U21JOI.ThK goer. retire week after frwn N* Ut and v.swti4 Isis UMdartaM heal. l.*d 44 H ,..,. of stove swmr' ., 1M a*. J. IM ftmr who ar* ..*.. amxntod to no tat. than sMJM to spend**** with th company, LJarr, 4ir.. *>.4 by frtmd a* a poet PiMts*) It4l3. Sheriff ., Clay County for nine hems. sudVfrfy -
money on the arwf. per bra hoastthotd.M y,. Tale win! tmwoM hrkan I'had .on* 114 afternoon. wtUs a wMkdfow trop Bntrtff'i/ Pus to dvot himself to
of th board *f th Hori.tfwAUa friend t. Pact. tap M* l.-.... outs..*** sash list .rllHl6J affair arid UM .sVrv.knwMM *f Oren Cove
.a..tUa". loot to jMaJMwffl. BUI K>|> ft n B' M>ir*. a Candidate t* suc4 him!

T,, n..... of the nortda Drprtsa a* YrfammAffair DOM I.) UM AArtrM HerlUr Uft **4 ,.. Wlrwtead. 4 JartMtnO. sell, wwrWrawt tn* the. .IvgtaUu ,... to ru* for Bhntff
*. *..... Uu.4 th Vrtoran AdaajaMtrtUoa to ww mognsnag Ouil4bg 1ft JstlsOepile, Lrhpet.M* at Ui. UBM .< the tra..*. M .Cohrtid. Wtt-. candidate for BuptrtnUrnUnl of
a nrw ronrrpt M bean rromtap _!lira M **th*> fluvr esedsig to ftarU tIM dy, bd It** **.**y laser to ..o>* p ........ '...... MI wWy arms IM" requirements| / for Ih
law OI so*** la plaAmed-Mtt dreN,prnda.\ been tTMkorH *tf UM flair Tfc !.. **.en were. ..... 4*** I****** tnrt. the BUM Day *f Cdufalkm Milo!! Th "' ..*..nt(
Id* Stall CbaAkrr of OswtftT Gage Part *, tug rhea Uarr UrvUbd TK New A. Ii. ptm dies al'M MooMlut addition
I Us drrvtovawnls, Iht .... ..-.- sfflr Utt *.. M th Mae H *f ">*. *' lit koM'. .MMM *Ad Marta. M. K. l ae1 < *Mw*.... 4.tar sip Ala Jo WalnwrliM killed by ..
to th lung on whirl UM has* I* Mtmtrwrt. and ..,.. mntV kraaMb. of Ui*. P'vMalIl..rre1 . wed ..... tie yeast .JiMst weeaMy *tt ailsae Ktf RMM. ., .? I
ownership I* sera land am wttk other aaammrs t* Bank of Ada.... atavw t4 Wiwoad earn law omi* I* M.*u/y, APRIL '

Ut* M Bestlkrr of th* tgee4. ofdtfwrt W aaa4 .1 flat tiled !. ..... OHM Clmiit "..d.. stash Jae. sen.nse' Mrs Lot MiCul-: '
Inns M LUker .. Ukf.. fea S fel* avowrwrTVr he* w flee ta '
ManMB of Ih* epee areas a** rwn0trmr3 fAcIa- ee 51 Uw Aaawtraes Pew years rWn In the shogun slaying, .f hr
tie it pervaded. fry a SMSBII I ,...' er.dMiM sad tLeaYt Gtioesi. S la.M woe ore .. M *.yiaf sa UM Wtlwr '**M tfcr.* year. ago Convay" Owtrigs sntoualy !Ie)_
tar of 1M rMrwtn. e.wr+ew .t w.!... W M **>| ors Uted to ..... .*r..d In a ....$...sI eunuiMt MI ShaMe !Vrlds: Atklnaat -
Tk's. 1M ......... *f OI IBM.. Dais ear, VA I* .4 aN rrU o..wtI M .gd. sip Ok Mrs Mao in..** Pm >... Mt>i r of Iiew Stove fllleM4 In Or with OIM A0n M snanag.tJkg. .
etWmsttwf l* *....,..* IW pMLg, eta $eudo umg ks tits *v4 a sot -rrr *af ibe M eoe.tiea tta MAM Metal TW |a* frtMrsv.;M UM lut, J, H Wrlghl V4 at WiCswttmwd
r. type a* Mae ees> ,...' cram. Bvot OssM. if Bard M ..... Pies) \ on fag rows

.. ,

---- ---
.,. -

'PAGE TWO (Way!( (Eoimtg (Crcsccut THURSDAY, DECEMBER U. 1961QIal'

{ ffitmntg Cflrescent! ottit hhtr A Love Story -


DUNCAN SOLDTHWAITE CRONEHEDITOR AND PUBLISHER This has been ...... .... YS.. f7.,1... "..... ,
ELIZABETH LEONARD GRONERSECRETARY! a year of great progress. We face a year --- -

PuiUfNtD EvillY TnuMOAf BY CasscuT Pint. INC.P. of tremendous promise person . It was painful 4-HClub 1
like being frozen a long time
O. NOR 171
GttiN COY ...."10.. FLORIDA These are the cardinal facts we can rejoice In. Our and then being thawed back to
I progress will\ carry its burdens our promise IU responsibilities.
; -
GCS 184-3166 IJ 1
TtLIPHONl letters
life If you think her NewsDuring I
(icon CUM POTTMI PAil AY '11.RATES. Con .'.1..., fiouM' knocked hell out of me, you

SUBSCRIPTION And I would hope each of us In the new year, as individuals should see what meeting her
oRE TEAR IN AWVAMIB . . . .. ... . .. .*O will exercise more and more of the wonderful 1, has done. H
TWO 1BARI IN AOVANCB .. . . .. ..... .... qr
responsibilities of Democracy: that we should demand an "She never preached . ,'1"
even higher calibre: of public morality, of public honor, of The modem Christian Church the past several weekswe accomplish: this, we must

Memo To Governor BurnsOn public good; that we should never be fooled by a politician's puts stress upon preaching and have been in the process adult 4-H Club leaders

church affiliations (which seem to come out like a century teaching. These are important. (of outlining the new Florida Leadership is the act ofluenclng : -
Klllway 17 between Green Cove and Orange Park plant at election time). That we should praise those Jesus came preaching, but He others to action
there are three deadly bridges, each of them under the public officials who work in the common good and that we also\ came in living form as 4-H Club Program our dreams come true, we ",
minimal standards of safety Mt up by the State of Florida. should be alert to those who work in a partisan or selfish courage that walks like a good This new program is built be willing to pay the price .,

Day after'day, week after week and month after month, or vengeful way and call them to heel Samaritan in streets where 'around the community 4-H "Blessed: Is the leader "

State Road Department workers hammer on these bridges, For the fact is our newcomers will not tolerate any less. thugs. loaf; He came as pa-
laying new strata of asphalt, pinning and re-pinning planks, We are, as a matter o tract, a growing community of blue DR. GEORGE P. HOWARD tience that copes first-hand u coordinators: for the portunity for service"
slowing traffic and delaying but not halting the bloodshed, chip Industry. This la not a figment of anyone's imagina with the difficult and messy more futile than the American bloodbath In Viet Nam. tlon. No one can name a small county in the United States In 1935 Frances McKearney, things of life; He came as To have a 4-H Club, under continue to grow, and pro.
The bridges cannot be rebuilt tomorrow. The killing that can boast of such a roster u duPont Burlington and a 25-year-old department of truth that comes and touch-I these new conditions, we must we must have adult lean ,

can be measured.For Johne Manville, No one in his right mind can imagine National Defense employe In es our life; He came as love !have adult leaden to serve the If you are Interested in Ch .
a few thousand dollars, the sovereign State of they will put up with redneck politicians.I the Alaskan Yukon sent a that seeks us and redeems us. i club. Life seems to be a con lung a 4-H Club, and ser ',
Florida, which boasts of Its progmslveneiw, can Install at Christmas card to a stranger Preaching and teaching are I tinuous process of closing and- as an adult leader, please i r
each end of three bridges . six Installations . electric don't believe there Is yet any commond understanding four thousand miles away Important, but not fundament.i opening doors. tact the Clay County Ext, _
flashing algns that warn every driver: "Slow Down; Narrow of the miracle that occurred in the decision of Johns-Man whose picture she had seen in al. Have we paused long enough lion office Idlewlld AVP I ,
Bridge" vllle to build a manufacturing facility at Green Cove a police msgazine. God, after having communi- {to think About the mental disciplines Oreen Cove, phone 284-57m
With the Inauguration of Haydon BurN u Governorof cated with the world through .
/ Five yean ago long before I had any notion of making The recipient was Joseph < that determine whether -
Florida, Clay County again becomes a part of a very Clay County my home, (and, for the benefit of any doubtIng Flaherty, a 32-year-old habitual prophets and seers, had recourse i or not our actions an performed
great state. Clay County voted solidly for Haydon Burns to the life of a man, with and FLEET RESERVEANNOUNCES
thomases, I'm hen to stay), I had the privilege of criminal sentenced to a i intelligence
because the voters of the County knew he would be a great the incarnation WINNERS
interviewing some of the top policy-making officers of maximum of 48 years in Massachusetts a language understood responsibility These disciplines
Governor. This is a beginning. The beginning to an end Johns-ManvUte. I wrote then, and It's on the record that He was public enemy by all. This is the i should proceed in an orderly Mrs. Martin Puhl, of On -

of mass manslaughter. J-M was very nearly unique In American industrial circles; number one in that state His deep meaning of Christmas. ]manner: awareness, interest, dale and William HoskIn ''J!

that It had a prodigious industrial know-how, that It had record was lurid. But, strange The entrance of God into human -.trial i elevation, and adoption. Green Cove, were winne n

ever-Incresstng sales and earnings, that it had style to say, Flaherty answered Miss life Is not primarily These all add up your contribution the Fleet Reserve Club > wIns
An Era's End and that anyone who had the price and did not buy its MrKearney's card with a long through the spoken word, | to your fellowman. Do for two portable telet:
stock was out of his ever-lovin' mind. letter. And so began a courtship through Ideas, but in life. The ;you, as an adult, share your

An era will end next Tuesday when John Preston Hall by correspondence which early Christians were far more |basic responsibility to the betterment sets.Officers of the Fleet Hess "w
steps down as the County's Sheriff. The only thing that has happened in the put year that lasted seven years Miss Mc Interested in purity of life than i of the human race? Association said announcem-n'

John Hall's tenure of office bridges mort than 'a third would alter this view Is the relationship I have enjoyed Kearney got a transfer to Boston In purity of thought. The modem Where can you find a better of the winners was delays. t 1)\
of the years since the close of the American Civil War with Walt Goodwin and Dab Orth and some of the other. and was allowed to visit church has reversed the way than serving u an adult the death of R. P. Bpearmai

In those years, the County has changed from a small J-M people I have decided I should have said anyone whodidn't the man to whom she had been emphasis. God's favorite meth- 4-H Club leader who was chairman of the *..,
aeries of towns inbred and mostly undisturbed by national buy J-M stock should be drawn and quartered. These writing. Two yean later he od is demonstration, incarnation. The 4-H Club program is undergoing fare committee

tides and !trends to a restless society seeking Innovations people are the greatest and If you don't believe It, wait and was released on parole and they. ( dynamic changes, all Close to $nO was cleared ''II
see. They will change the face of Green Cove and Clay "God. who
new ideas, a new security In new concepts were married. at sundry times
of which
( promise Increased opportunities the drawing and this was used
County and It will\ be to the everlasting credit of each of us. Miss and in divers manners In
In those years, *s few men do In their lifetime John McKearney was a shy, for members to toward the annual Fleet Reserve
Hall has become a legendary figure. I have said we have enjoyed s year of great progress religious girl, who taught a time past unto the fathers by grow within the Ideals expressed Christmas party for needs
To his friends, he is an almost infallible father-image; Sunday School class, and who the prophets, hath in these by the 4-H emblem. To county children.
always good for a touch, a bit of advice or even squaring The sustenance of our progress will depend upon our committed her entire futureto last days spoken unto us by -
some thorny domestic problem. To his political enemies he political and social climate; how well. In short, our newcomers a notorius criminal. It la the His Bon . ," so begins the

has been an unbeaten pro.; a'man who wore a hot during like us. story of s woman s extraordinary ter to the Hebrews. And let-I List You
r -
most of his waking noun to hide the. horns on his head. And let us here eschew knit-picking. Then are those faith, patience and sacrifice Iet'klnlOnl today who will
And yet . having gained stature In some of the us who Ifs as well u the conversionand derstand that Christianity is away
among wishes
say to re-lay It
enemies he made . John Hall today Is rich not only might make some money, so let's charge the hell a spur out of redemption of an outcast. of life, and who will Incarnate Clay County Property

in years and in worldly goods, but in friends them Let us take the shirts off our backs if any newcomer "She never once preached a new quality of life: With

Forgetting what those. with an axo to grind may say in of the calibre of J-M, Burlington duPont or a railroad sermonized, disapproved or critic love in action.

his praise . It can always be discounted on the presumption . any old railroad . asks It. lied,' sirs Flaherty. "I don't Frank W.: Brown
of his enemies that If his peons failed to flatter, know exactly how to describe Try a small CUaslfird Ad
John Hall would foreclose: ; there an opinions of John Hall Notwithstanding all this, I am optimistic about some of goodness. To many people it'sa for simply" smairfng results And Associate
that cannot be 10 discounted our new political faces. I am happy, very happy and I believe stuffed-shirt term But whatever

At a dinner in his honor last winter, John Hall was we all should be, that we have In Congress a repnsentstlve It la, It had IU effect on For a Goad Printing Job Registered Seal Estate Broker -

characterised by SUM Attorney William A. Hallowes as of the dedicated and hard-working strain of me. I became: ashamed of my at Reasonable Prices Call 1144 V.$. Highway 17 Cringe Part
"a man of unimpeachable character .high honor and noble Billy Matthws. I believe we sn immeasurably better off past and wanted to be a better The Clay Count Crescent Plane tM-ISM -

purpose." with Billy Matthews, than.we_ever were before .
Mr Hallowes, the learned Brahmin and articulate prosecutor i am opumiiuc tnt crime or ours iiayaon Burns, will
has no need of John Hall's vote nor fear of his lOOn occupy the Governor's Mansion at Tallahassee If
foreclosure. It would not become his sophistication If he Hsydon Burns leans over backward to woo the vote of south

had said more than he thought. Florida in the next two years I wocn't blame him. He will KFFKCTIVK: : JANUARY let, 1905l.VTKHKST !)
But we must assume most old grudges and grievances never, even for re-election show the repugnance toward
and frustrations will die only with the man. And there is any of us that Bryant has worn as a fixed smirk on his
yet a lesson to be learned In the old pleas of who would face, for four long years. I wish Bryant a happy and long
depose him. retirement from public view.I .
"He has been Sheriff too long: he loves power too much; am optimistic that former Governor Charley Johns '
be has his fingers In too many piN they would cry will be our representative In the State Senate. I can't think

John Hall's political career Is ended now; the fancied of anyone I would vote for against him.I . 4'/2' ."
leash is tooted. By the grace of his abdication much of am optimistic that Louis Huntley will be, In Tallahassee '

the power la finally t.od&yln the hands of those who haveso his own man. Louis Huntlry hal told me, not once but .
long coveted It. several times, that the thing he admired about John Hall "",

Now It is their turn. Having pled against the evils of was that John Hall took orders from no man, It l. ullIIW'lUty

power politics, of political cliques of patrtarchlam; let It starts taking orders from The High Panjandrumof : PAID ON' TUff: CERTIFICATES: :
never be said of them they do not practice what they Orange Park I expect to call him on It. ...

preached. I am impressed with the sincerity and high purpose of COMPOUNDED:} AND!
Jennings Murrhee. I donbell.... he allows himself to get QUARTERLY: .

close enough to anyone to take any orders 80 long as that

Around, /(/ About /holds true, he should expect the backing of all those who
voted for him and all those who did not vote for him.

kr HUGH UMITII Ill go all the way if he tries seriously to fulfil the en-

thuslaalle and detached sense he seems to have or the Important -e-
It comes on the beginning of another year.
office he will soon take over
Frost keeps threatening get on the punkln'j; the old
And of my god friend Jesse Tynee, I have no fears of ; 011a
looks cold lalW41fk'l
river u su leftover turkey Ixwvre
any kind. lie Is the very highest type of pubtll servant. He ;
blow "round and about, giving 'ard.loyln,
) women an excuse
moves Into a difflrult position that hat been In rvccentyean ,.
to work off some of Die dressing; and fruit case that
more power structure than anything else ,
and latter
has a habit of settling In places that dresses wont fit ;
ly a short of wing of the Metropolitan Opera. He will do
over anymore well by our children.
Frost or blow, I am convinced Oren Cove la an undiscovered 4 % Compounded|
of Jew
Tyiwe I have no fears of any kind. He Is
Eden: and that anybody that dent live here JustnlsMsout. the ,j,.
very highest !
type public servant. He mows' Into a Quarterly -
difficult position that has "been In recent years more It v ,
The City has purchased the Naval Station which we -
power structure than anything else; and Utterly\ a sort .' ,
refer to at this lime Industrial
as our park"Our ,
of wing of the Metropolitan Apera, He will do well by our
elected\ representatives purchased this park with children "
their eyes wide open and with our bleaalng. We Intend to INTEREST: : PAID ON' REGULAR: SAVINGS
develop this park Lobe advantage of the. whole community May It be even more happy than IN4. ; "OW.

I It will take time and .'Ork. but It will be done Happy New Yt'lrliltfters I xr ;

All of our commissioner are aware th"y have a job

on their heads; and let us be aware each of them Is a """
U-aupporUng man and successful wage earner
Host of an, I say theae men have a tp-rooUd love fa iljr, EditorTo

for our town; they want only the bet for it. fr

However, you and I can hold our wrists out to be The Crescent: . .. ,, . .
slapped because one the annual February election la over a ; lr
'we leave theae comralaaLoiwra to make decisions that areas I am II years oM and I have been a meden of Clay : fJ'k BANK of :

much our bualneas ""Ira.. And If tnry do not hear County tor many years GREEN COVE SPRINGS ;

our opinions. and our voices, they must follow the dkUUe
During all the yean I have lived here there baa beena OHEEN COVE '
of their own t'O' IrtIonoN and Judgment which mUht have ntilliae boss of life on Highway IT. There an several SPUINOS(JIOB1DA, r i *f
boa Influenced considerably If we had let our opinions be
ways this drajttt waste of human bees anight be .\\Ja1N.... .
known. The way uppermost In my mind la 4.1an1nrbe road all n'aeu/.1s 1e11
Then are approxlmsUly iO chain In Own Core's
the way tan NA8 down
Orion Cove.T .
City Oommtof room. n It. not only our duty but our rAt> Coray', Midst oast Larpa! Dg4a

privilege to till every one of those chairs every strand some this might Deem a coatis prayer But it .Is IMScoaUy .... .
Tuesday\ of every month. To help our town to the InevitablemtM than our naUoa ".,..t program of eonatnsrUng
It win attain. a way to the Moon and the chances. of auerwding here
The City el Green Con twilled egtlnM the banks an as gnat or greater

Where baa been subjected to as many physical and erne- Telephone i
I am merely saying we ahatU <*M ow ba4t foe aoane* t
Johns N
of the St. R4wr nubs from every.
tonal changes as any town IU sis* ew wi...*..*.l In a thing more than hatracka. The Oowroon Cm bride, L aro -i I. ;:i'1 '
Lke .,.U. long stare served Ha purpoae CoMtomng the :
of a century.
quarter heavy. trade and over.*... vthkfce. thai trawl arrr It. .-
I envy the mat who was born and reared in the county .
no sum of money ts more reliable than a bumait We, ,
I mywlf searched for a place to live hot M peon and e
after looking from TktngUo to Portland. I chose OrernCove While many of these tRIM eeddwoU an caused bymkhes .I .Yudwaf4Tr -

n was a 'wise choice, youths and few by old mm bke myettn, many i$583
Oreen Cove Is worthy of the brat we can tx tot 1I It could be avoid. *! If w. wul. make this the tad tArwsey
I i'I for ouredvea. The finest people In the wit pay Ihrir matter m Oevernor BurM" admlntstnllon.. FDIC

taxes In Ones Cove. Joe Jerwroa.

U .

QImCtnt"" I

Clay Bounty( (

1 Green Cove Socials I HOME GREEN FOR COVE HOLIDAYS 8TIDENTS Engagement Announced Greener Fields of Green Cove I

Among those Green Cove
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Shu- !' Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Drury. I students. home from schools and By R FORREST SHAW
mate of Savannah, spent the Jr., of Brunswick, Oa.. spent colleges for the Christmas I I
holiday week-end with her parents the holiday weekend with Mr. and An- I
holidays are: Jimmy
: Pick your Job and AI Conkeycan
Mr. and Mrs. Warwick and Mn J. E. Turner. nette Zellner, Jackie Newell. do it.Soldier .

Kenney. Robert Conkey, Oary Clark,
of fortune, stunt. man.
Mrs. A. O Stone spent the Mike A N
Florida State University:
restaurateur. theatre operator
Joel Padgett of Daytona, Christmas week-end as the Msguire. Joe PurO Purman r trailer manufacturer: these
spent the Christmas holiday guest of Mrs A B Reid. University: Roger DeWltt, I
I are only a few of the Jobs
with his mother Mri Alice
Lakeland Junior College; Mar- Orecn Cove resident Conkey'
Padgett Dr. and Mrs Russell Jensen
aha Turner, Georgia' Southern has tickled. I
hAd as their guests over the College.: Martha Ethridge. Tin Now engaged in manufacturing -
The Rev and Mrs A EMadarts !:. holiday weekend Mrs Jensen's College: Danny Parker, Troy Iv 4t barbeque grills in his backyard

former pastor of the mother, Mrs. Mabel Cline, of State: Pat FlUslmmons Southeastern .
I Conkey. at 69. Iota hopefully -
First Baptist Church and their Kansas City, Mo. Louisiana College,Tommy i
forward to more new bunt
children Tim and Patsy are Rivers Bob Bradley Nqlla : I ness \enturea

spending the Christmas Holidays Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews Webb, Leonard Showalter, University The glrlls are being retailed 1 1I

In Green Cove, at the spent the Christmas holidaysin 1 of Florida; Pat Young by a chain of food stores at
home of Dr. and Mrs. Doran Live Oak and Madison with
Mary Help of Christian School.
elk 14 Bi eaih As the demand for
Yelton.Dr. their parents. Tampa; Mike Young, United A a t I them increases Orcrn Cove agetting u rl
States Naval Academy: Sandra
a new Industry t
and Mrs Doran Yelton Mr. and Mrs Berwick Anderson Taylor Florida Southern College a \l (vnkry ronilrurts s barbeque In Ms back yard,
man product company thai
and their children are spending and their daughter. Kath : John Murray Malone. : j. could blossom Into arnncthingemploying
the holidays with their seine, spent. Christmas In Pen University of Pennsylvania, ,
aa many al a dorm r +
parents In Maryvllle, Tennessee sacoU M jtuesti of Mr. Ander Oary Boivln, U S. Air Force le

sons sister. Academy: Meltnda Olennan. menConkey
MI a ani{III"II\
Howey Academy. Katherine 'e- j World War I. Wounded In cc-.
Mr. and Mrs Wayne Turner Mr and Mrs. R. L, Kledzlk Anderson St. Genevieve of the .lion. and after three yearn. in

had as their guests over the I spent Christmas with their Pines Ashevllle N, C Linda any army hospital he became

weekend Mr and Mrs. B T son, Kenneth at. the University and Joanne Jensen, Jacksonville w ''a stunt. man.

BarksJale of Bainbridge Oa. of Virginia In Charlottesvllle. \ University. Sandra Stump I During the 2"'s he. thrilledcrowds

Piedmont &hool of Nursing: In the Ml.lwem with his
WUllam II Reed, in, it I Tom Milbericr! and Ernest Tina Damron St... Josephs Academy \ daring. Ho would stanl on (heupper 'v
spending a thirty five daleave ]y Chapman are spending Christmas wins of
a bl-i>Un<< 'na the
with his family. Mr ancMrs. leave from Ft. Gordon .
:Mr and Mrs. Glenn U. Ryan of DIM tor's Inlet an- pilot put. the plane tlll'llllh! itspaees
William H Reed befori.e with their parents I
FIRST IUPTIST 8UMHY nounre the engagement of their daughter Jane Louise over the head of tin 1
leaving for his next assignmentMr Ran te Barry lee Lancaster, Mn ..1Ir.: and Mrm. I. IIreen spectators Another >n<'h stunt'
Thomas Olennan the son of SCHOOL CLASS H\\E I
I..nnalrr of IJln lid Are, Oi ('o\e Sprint. he would\ Jump from a moving
Saun,. Dr and Mrs T. Luke PARTY
and Mrs Tracy Olennan CHRISTMAS
Miss Ryan U a graduateand ef, Orange leek high ,School car onto a rope Udder him
of Miami the guest 5 was home for ChristmaS. lie _
dens were .
The Dorcas and Joy Sunday I U attending hl'r' _ond year at s|. Johns Itlver Jr. from the landing .gear of a
of his parents. Mr. and Mn I. left on Sunday, to return to creaky airplane.
S.hool classes of the First. Baptist College
T. L Saunders for the Christ. LaGrange College In LaOrangeOa .
Church enjoyed a Christmas Mr. Lancaster was a me mba, of (the. IJ! ('I.., ll'lh Under the pnudoium of "AI
mas holidays. .. there he teaches French. part. yet. the home ot Mrs SC'hool.r..luaUnr rUtt and a recent graduate of S|. Jjhn Key" he set<< and mill hold the Tile picture shows (niihrira harlieque at work,

---------- L. A Sims last Thursday evenIng Ither Jr College. I \\oilil Marathon Mining record
- ---- -- -- by driving an oidituiy em after vest Then hi' told +it t which \h,> ran rOt over year

The devotional was given by STORY IIOIR AT :MltS t pit IS!<<. GtSTAIMIN.JU 111 hours without\ itniMunc thewheels just/ gut. tired of ttie rent ,uruitniiMncM before nrlllnti\

Mrs Jeannette Rowland There GCH liniURV .. IIONDItll) AT TEA: To ilo thin, Coukey ,"' lie explained I *u 11 After a (lust 'uto tho thratre
RIVERVIEW\ originated ways of rilllitg the. Hot out of It I business In tustli: AI dt'ct.lrd!
was games, contests and ere hour will be conductedat Mrs MwlnB: .
Story Ouataleon. Jr.
I car with gsa and changing three He moved to Ormoiul Peach to .retire for ioo l
changing of gifts
the Green Cove Springs was honored at tea given
a while the car wan movingWlien lint. the enterprising urge sot Now he la engaged! in Keyrrodllrt.
Oall Iilnns assisted her Public Library beginning Saturday Mn Edm 8 Ouatafaon, '
RESTAURANT I he dftll..fnnIImll.. the better of him again Company. of which
mother with, the refreshments morning January 2nd. Mn IUI McKee
on HatunlayDe 'I the demand for stunt men' its.spleared. He wanted to get Into mmr- h. la sole owner Ha only prodill" -
Among those who attend The sessions will begin at. 10:00 19 between the houis of After
a twrliKl of Involuntary ding bluer than he halt ever Is a barlk"lli.{ srlll whUhConkry
; Ilwy. 17 at mark CreekWNIXKSSMK.V.S the. party were: Mesdames Ver and run until 11::00. The stories three and nx o'()lOt k. clalma
retirement Invented
:< r::: he ot>- been In before an he traveled to He
na Argo. Hilda Allen Lillie which will be presented by recording The tiring room end dining .
I! I erred a trailer faftoiy KMni all parts of the state lonklnt this new type of grill Is far
Bannrll, Jessie Chrtatmns.e- *, flannel boird and I'tIORI .h'ftlr| was. sliver and <*. It was there the first all. finally he settled In (Clieen'' superior t othe familiar flak
da Chancey. Docia Cleckler' readings are designed for children w Kite, w lule. the i>orcrt was decoiatrd ,metal trailer" n. charcoal broilerA .
pnxhtewtThe > Cove bttrime of Its i>ro tit\tty\
: :; Lt'XCIir.ON: Lucille Foy, Chleo Freeman between the .1...* of five for( (lie ChrlalntM season factory I'
was started of guises Al
lor I two to JIIC'III1I1I1YIIII' U liiir Greets I man many
Peggy Hodges, Orson Harri and nine. Older children may I Ireaaona. .
to \
make a profit slat ('"". as a bate ol operalloita Cimkry etempllflea the fr lornthat
Adlalde Neweomb, JeamtelU also find the stories entertainIng Mrs W W Ivey. ***l_led the to provide employment I! AmericaDon ,
fur the he bouglit..'" amount rt.ta"rant 'hara'I"rl'
Tie llil St'afoul, Itil 1l1//'lt an
Isabelle Thlbault, Agnes Turner to leave children brlow the presided at the tea table during of work bcrsuft of UK d .
/ of Xejf J'r/-. "prr.
I Miss Mary Conway, and the, age of five unattended Mom the afternoon were MrsJ ion The factory tail( plat begun I
I this U time to get the ...... Pool'sHrtrKRYinc
teachers, Mrs Erniina Olachoi I a good Slater Smith Grady lo stow I profit chess"" the
and Mrs Eula Oetcer. weekly shopping done. Smith Mn Luke M Johnston. employee stared a sit down

Mrs Edwin Neumann, Mrs, Ib R. strike for hlglter. wages Kn com LAUNDRY

!.I Walker and Mrs W W raged by the fact, that thmv ralaMlJe A ........, 0..... c."
Ivey Jr who he ha.| antight to
_. .
- ilmuld turn Open II Ivtry DayrklUn
on hun strikes-
locked the tutor don and "Tt4M M.......

went north f... the auninier 0..." Ua4si ... K-Lk lla..U Lads ...

RADIATOR It was during that summer, rt,ff Drat ...

he worked out a formula for a EYEBTBODY WtXCOMKI
Attend .: 1 hew all purpiM eleanrr ll.
opened .. -....
a small bottling rom.l .

l Ian, and began ruing hi.reMr >s

REPAIRING (\ hior' lo door, 'leIn h.wu .
engaged In a large bualiteMemplorlng

ttfgStJ I. rU'fTI-r arorec of people. The
QCUAnUlt 'UUtK profile. were good but he Innginl. K' 1

: for lilt ftH4ih Mrs when s buy

n ante along. h.| 1014; Pits bll.', l

I I.c.t( UK ,lensaffulrrprtr IWoIr"'lInnl"I' SERVICEM

don not rime

I ..., to s man like Al Ci>r>k.y, (' Talk A Ring J4,kaei .lllerv

At )onr"lor Vteral. North years and of summering wlnt.ring lathe In rb.a.s '.1/11 ef KTTIRES..tlf.

how Florets left him jumping and ,11Iini A

looking for aomrttJng to g.|

The Church of Your Choice VAN NESS nOn hie way north on pet
stopped la get al a r.aUt-..
BUICKPONTIAC- rant In TUuatttu\ It ... fof
IsaUi, He liked It, ao he ", ",..MI" Fr.M II* ._1'"l .. lae MROtNTIDitlriUlur

IM Or.... AftmmtIII fw five year* .he worked. luttrlit.lllrti'fIe
Millir Tar. "
This r..... I'... rpr..... ns lbs profits' up r..,
Sunday I" -
-- -
rlMM ....Itsl ---- - CAITINO: nrrnBAiDiwoItKFAJIUKO

.UI "n" Maul) (tit'KI'H HOW I :

... (11 lsIIIY a..t"u --- east III -

: tniAMIK( : TANK

PARTRIDGEWELL N. M*.*.(!.. A". Hiwla'rr. ktalU.ii ltim.t NrrvW" .

faIIV ( fI": srniioHfiftfir |U' V t, /. au....., It rfc..... HI.lilt

- ---- - --- ----- -


1 _g real ,
r THRU ,*

sal( AND AlflllAM WIU

k '...... W.. ,,..w.. McCormick Concrete Co


, I sYSnlvn jU.oriall' -itb! It. II. MrCurtnlrk I i ,(III', use."J. ,

.t' J !'
:tiJ.IIi.,; '
'. f. I/ A. UIMSI
',>..... '

.. I'
t ;'

Me 1.1/, "MIs.Jryiaa

This is sponsored by the ::.. ,

I CAtL. IOaaS DQrADCIMoeodis. IOU"I'I'. ,
Green Cove Springs Yam Company

WwUI ae t JM/M>aMi
Mara trill AUocwaalinto
Jaekrsavill-. UI.wn JUonvitl. ck-721-2H 2



- -

I : -:1:

i PACE FOUR; Ctan( ffiounto! Crescent THURSDAY DECEMBER 31'

tells the OCS City Commission, that growth and -

t Smith Honored I are Jeopardized all over the County by the >bs,'rce hekllbcntral
It's Been A Great Year sewage collection and treatment systems EI'\of n

Rurlck Liner, Br, stands up In hU boat in the st 1nhrs

River topples over and drowns less than six menu', after(
(Continued from Page One) accidents In 3-day period. Victims of one of the County's 4 the tragic death of his son.

bloodiest driving weekends, Vernon Devere 61
Eddy, Rich
Marlon Ooodson: 20, die on Klllway: 17 . Becky: Campbell
ard W Harris, 40, and Orrin A. Stone, about 63 Two of L I
named Miss Clay: County: . Patricia Carroll first runner. the deaths occurred on Klllway 17 . School Board closes A VIII Classified AdsI CARD OF Tlll\Ks
up, Elaine Carter second runner-up . Dlno Summerlin, Penney Farms elementary school Ilri/l.q Rio Results to The, family of
WAPE DJ and son of Oreen Coves Ben Outlaw, Inter- Rnmn
1111 "net,. Try one and Finish wish to ware 1.1
viewed by: The Crescent: "Don't you people have anything AUGUST

but that bongbong music" "What else Is t.here1" "Well, Two more wrecks on Klllway 17, no Injuries . Q I are your results! and appreciation neighbors to their ,igeodi

how about Beethoven "When did his last song come Roberta named to State Milk Commission! , Cokes ban ..) rJ __ kind thoughts for Iht'lr, mane
out*" Robert Conkey first In the County: Boil Conservation ished from public schools , OCS City Commission rejects and deed; due
speaking contest . OCS Mayor Edward Taylor re- offer of Louis Reynolds to purchase the surplus propertiesat !I I \ SHOPv j log their recent' berl'd\l'nent.
elected . & t Mattie Fut< h
the City's Industrial park . County Zoning Commission 7' at Marie Mali
MAY readies plan for long-range development . Sandra \ .
Edward B. Taylor, 16-year-old son of OCS Mayor Tay Reese weds William Hammock . Mr, and Mrs Jack Milam LkvI Melba UK, ,
lor, named president of the State 4-H Council . Republicans purchase Western Auto Store In Oreen Cove from William J .i fLII Irene ErhheeMaurice

charge their Legislative candidate, E. F Clausen, mysteriously P Henry. . Nancy Brack weds Bobby Williams . Three lutch I
forced out of the race . Residents of north recent power failures cost Green Cove Yarn Company an
prong of Black Creek forced to flee before flood water . estimated $15.000 , 800 persona sign petition seeking Im- :. AJ'
In the first Democratic primary, County voters gave gubernatorial mediate state action in rebuilding the Governors Creek
candidate Haydon Burns the largest percentage bridge on Klllway 17 , Betty Sue Saunders becomes brideof r0" /lFuneral

plurality of any county In the state , At the local level, Lester Arnold Tew . Maurice ThIbault fished out of Grad Smith (right), owner of the Green Cove Springs
Jesse Tynes and Jennings Murrhee. the biggest votegetters the St Johns River after his car plunged through the railIng Cora-Cola Bottling Company, la shown at he received a

, The primary Is followed by tribal rites In which some and plummeted Into the river William Tolin Lemen Per Capita Award from Charles Rogers, district manager, HOllie
of the losers and others loss than enthusiastic about some dead at 72 . of The Coca-Cola Company, for outstanding performanceIn
of the winners are burled with "poetic" pita phi on their SEPTEMBER: the sales of "SprlU" In the area t'
graves , The Crescent said, edltorii:ly, it was "Bad Public School open with highest enrollment and staff CI1ARLLS 111-,1..1 I 1
taste, bad sportsmanship, bad politics, bad poetry . anda . -et
Jackson Minlt Market opens store In Oreen Cove with of Public Instruction for 11 years, dead at 62 after a '
bad start for the New Order we elected to office last Joseph Linares . v Z' Funeral Director
as manager Jane Marie Asble and James lingering Illness . Sgt Gene Jones takes West Virginia ti
week , ., Conway Owtngs takes "a leave of absence" to W Carver, Jr., wed Admiral E J. S Young U8N. ret), girl as his bride .
recover from the effects of a serious auto accident "During named by Juvenile Judge Thomas J. Rivers to the newly NOVEMBER: Phone] Js4 ::11, ",
his absence" his Job Is filled by Daniel Shaw Johns formed County Board of Visitors which will function undera attributed to laggard local

Manville takes title to its land Republicans to name opponent county Juvenile counsellor , Dora strikes, damage Is Goldwater leadership victory In, County, Burns polls highest angle vote GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLORIDA

to run against Louis Huntley , Memorial Home put at II 1 million . Lean e Ivey weds Harold Hodges of Democratic((3921) Norton lowest <2662 for; 3826 abstaining) , Mar IWY, 18 EAST P 0 BOX Ill;
Community asks Circuit Couaty to say It Is tax-exempt . Jacksonville . Janice Oamblll weds Frederick Terry of
Demonstration Agent gets a ..
Nelson, County Home
OCS Industrial electric consumers get lower rates , Marlin New York . Justice, ever triumphant, exonerates C, W garet ceremonies --' ---
Harris named Mayor of OCS ,, II Plant Osborne, Jr, Bcarbrough, T J, Jennings, Jr., and O B Nail in their Distinguished Service Award at Washington School ;
S Elmo Hotel, OCS landmark sold by
The old St. a
named to Board of Governors of the Florida Bar Association alleged
conspiracy to seize control of The Crescent .
Walker and Paul Richard Beseler, who plan
to R D
. ,
Mrs Alex
I Pupkln Installed as president of OCS VIA Burlington Industries reports per share earnings for their
. OCS City Manager Ben Zellner In hospital following third fiscal quarter at 99 cents from 79 to raze the building , Jack Bell, a treasure hunter of
up cents In the
reported heart attack,on the mend . County high schoolsto year earlier period . Johns.Manville's multi-million dollar sorts, finds a carload of tin cans, no civil relics, in the 59 v4( ui1e
O, Odum to the
I graduate 182 . 100 of them headed for college , plant under way ,, At a non-meeting of the School County Oov Bryant names "
been .
Board of County Commissioners! He is said to have
Board lameduck member, W E. Cherry clobbered
JUNE the Crescent one of 20 or 30 aspirants fot the Job , Jim Booth
s editor, ostensibly for presenting himself
i, A Crescent survey shows electric power rates In Keystone meeting of the board , a non- called the outstanding player on "the greatest Miami fresh I.liCLEANERSr.'l1
home of Clay Electric Coop, are highest In the ., man football team ever" , Jacksonville woman dies in
County . Dan Shaw, "stand-In"! for Conway Owlngs, hon OCTOBER **' plunge off Bhands Bridge; Hannas Moody held on a charge

ored at C of C luncheon ? Fifteen Clay students graduateat Robert p, Orth, senior operating vice president of of manslaughter , A Crescent analysis shows the County

St Johns River( Junior College , Mrs, >Ethel Klnnear Johns-Manvllla, John B McCarty, vela president, J. A.Vermeulen 20000 residents spending approximately tlO million annuallY .
dies at 70 . Jack I* Barnhart, Jr. named Farm'Forester director plant engineering, Congressman D R. for taxable goods In the County and something like J
for Clay and Bradford counties White Auto Store opens Matthews, State Senator Charley E, Johns, State Senate twice that amount outside the County: . The Crescent
In Orange Park Pleas: , Clinton Dannell dies at 60 , Secretary, Edwin Fraser, John Preston Hall and others officiate issues its 1964 Industrial Development !issue, mailed to the I
County representation In Congress and at Tallahassee at groundbreaking ceremonies for J-M's 750 foot top policy-making officers of the nations 500 greatest

I / seen Jeopardized, by tradition-shattering ruling of U. S Transits pipe manufacturing facility Dr, Timothy Carter corporations , The Crescent awarded a certificate of
Court on apportionment , Rachel Lanle wed to Kenneth optometrist, opens an office in Orange Park Charles excellence by the Journalism School of University of Flor NOW OPEN

Wayne Hemmerly , Nancy Lee Parham engaged to John Dean Waters Joins J, P, Revels Ford Motorama as assistant ida . .
C Watkins, Jr, of Mobile . to the president , James II Isley, plant overseer at the DECEMBER:
OCS Yarn Company since January, transferred to HighPoint The Board of County Commissioners endorces establishment
r JULY as superintendent of Burlington Hillcrest\ : plant of a Job Corps training center at Standing O COIN OPERATED
.' Ervln Rurlc Liner, Jr, .'&"* 0 P. High tackle fatally Injured Herbert Hoover Morris dead at 44 , Centenary of bloody E Wiggins named treasurer of the Lyndon Barnes Johnson -

on Klllway 17 , Margaret Linda Cannlngton wed to battle of Magnolia passes unmarked , Davis Brown Job Corps training center board of directors , Dr
Kenneth M Lynn, Jr, , The Rev, Ailonlram Judnon\ elected president of the Citizens School Committee Mrs A David Thaeler named new resident physician! MHC DRY CLEANING
Archibald, 89, of MIIC dies. County Commission votesto Louise FieldhoviM Rivers, mother of Judge Thomas J. Sheriff-elect Murrhee announces his staff , Eight cars
employ Juvenile counselor Eddie Taylor leaves for Rivers, dead st I 94 Robert L. Nolan OCS native named I li two accidents on Klllway J7 n. Spearman, retired hrltlf3IUaV
Washington to serve as a page In Congress Three superintendent of the Town of Orange Park suee
Oreen Cove residents! dead In a series" of six area highway lit Hetbtrt Mom. .Is Hlrrls Cantrell Long, superintend collapses and dies at 63 H R Relos, County Sanitarian .
-- ------- -
--. --.... .

(([ (!Emmtg CrescentSUBSCRIBERS .

: '


I .I'fli' ,

I hk
I t


\ -
!! nlp.sUt: 1IKIXU: MAILK1)( : THIS \\'tIT: : ) Tllnsl.110: \\mOVKK\ : .)W7K) : IX KHXKWIXO; ( UJNCJU1'T1O\'S. '

: ". .
1' _
I I / ,'
, * 1..t. ,
,, .
f I .

; ..
!, MISS .f.,' 1.1oi.1oil''': ';

.' ". .
'11 '
I ,

$3.00 a Year

J M' $5.OO Two Years :

t' tJt

;t .

j .. .-, t w ....t .. it" .. -, '. . . a' f". r Jl'Ii..
a ,.
f I a F g a! ti" "




r :. . ,/ ) ,

r 111.t.

.:if --..rtIlOtSD'Y.

I DECEMBER 11. 19ti dCay County (Crescent PAGE FIVE '

I EDGAR CLARK CITED "nDa........,....,..,.. rtnK. Inns...ILI"Iot10. ._: _. __ TV MEET Christmas
payless i BY COMMANDING OFFICER and model a hat at the meeting Burlington'slcrry Sauta's Helper
The Orange Park Woman'sClub
A/2c Edgar T. Clark I which will have as its theme:
Jr. has
ulll meet at 9'30: o'clock I "Done A Hat.

I returned to England AFB after January 7 at the clubhouse All members are asked to be

spending Christmas with his I Members are asked to design present I '

parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I I
for Production T. Clarke. .

Airman Clarke, Jr., who was >
; i': 2
. Credit recently assigned to the 401st i

'11 Tactical Fighter Wing was recently
FINANCING cited for his accomplishments L What Kit sang was wrtttoa by
av while the principal\ of a klgh school la
attending etechnical
r. raonly BimpJe Interest school at Lowry AFB -'a'

on the amount of mono Colo. it.t tt'FiIL:
In a letter from Cob Russell .
,.:y you use only for as \ J ttMark
W. ,
long! at you use It! Inter- Tarvin school commander >
it was pointed out, "Airman -
<( i* computed, on thy
Clarke graduated with honors I Nam the famous governor who wrote To Are My SunshW.
,utstanding balance of
< from our technical school This

.. v "ur rood Borrow alt U a most noteworthy accom .. Can JOG name the song writ.
our money this way pllshment as a student must hi 'riv tea by a eowbojr who was )
ProhlbitionUt candidate for Vacation pay bonuMrs and 171 prc enta went lo Urren
by financing everything have a final grade average! in .
through ProductionCredit approximately the upper 10 percent II ..It'J7 (resident! I Cove Springs Yarn Company'a employee and their children I
at the Company'a annual Christmas party In Green
of his class and an excellent hi.zr
conduct record to achieve ,= Cove Springs Junior Illih auditorium Pay bonuses ilven far II" IrltM) and Santa t'laus are pictured

this recognition. 4. Ovtrnlght. Little Evs want from Uky-slUing to hJtweoHsinging. twice a year, amounted le one per cent of the Indlridiul'apay above with a iroup of rhlldren at Mayhuih'a Anne when

Ilsr songtft. (the same amount that la liven In June)) Mr. ('arll,', ambled. Santa. Clans by living away over ISO

pull toys he had made. Mr ('.rll.., has linn war over
What soar was *"* s 600 such toys this year through orianisitlona ale, but

Services for Mrs. Lenora L written by a gold< tit,, 4 1 d I came on Chrlnlmaa Eve: afternoon lo add let HanU's pack
Tucker 74 years old. were held miner turned salmon fUKerusat 4 '
---- ----- - -
F m low-cost financing,II yesterday at the Helm Funeral r aeh
., ..
con or ice Chapel. Mrs. Tucker died Sun- ..

U..i*.* at c.."..... day at Pureal Hospital Orange R Wkst do an these hiss la T t Death Strikes Again
songs common
.*...., C....r A...('. aide! .
T...*.'.. le ...!. U .... Park.A
...... J8f-1m native of Quiry she had Continued front Page Otter
Northeast Production Credit lived In Oreen Cove more than ....." \ ANSWUSs began frantically trying to row the boat with his hands.
30 years. ;
Association When h. Injured. hla anna at this futile gesture he east out
She leaves her husband. Jess |ietM| awy t>so e
ItO Main Street. Palatka Tucker; two sons Karl Tucker '1Mifili' pttaawe If ns.d.a *- ,.. "tI'I' p 'q Mot' p NAau .1 I the anchor The line was too short to reach bottom. The

TeL EA S-3JII and Rufus Tucker all of Oreen" "<. o w
sat Esgewoo4 Arenas 8. Cove: three sisters, Mrs Maud i : ha ..-)'I Goo PlONeO 4 sae-can 1 t4't3 4 o'clock! Christmas morning when Wlnatead heard the

Jacksonville Johnson, of Tarpon Springs .: anchor drag bottom. Slowly he worked the boat to shore
TeL EV 4UUDEPENDABLE Mrs. Mabel Shaun. of Taneytown IIOf1'II"H.s 1.- 10'N.o 'C
and walked Into the Naval Air Station.As .
Md. and Mrs Thelma ""N"'t N --.II -..-.a Mwtt 'I

Senchwaff. of Baltimore Md. po5YI'd A-r Aq.--eo..... M.M sap, 11 1 the grim sequence of events In led past few months

Pall bearers were Richard were later .related by members of Liner's family, they had

ductlolli Sapp Francis Harris Louis Kor employee children under II years of age, III C'hrlal. all the omens and sense of .relentless achievement of a

Crlitl Lynch Thad Crossley Don Mil maa treat bats were dlalrlbuled. for I how II and It years Orvek tragedy.It .
n ler and A. B. Ouster How America Lives
.f age, M camera were dlntrlbuUd by flanta Claus HantaIhU was on the afternoon of July II last' summer when
Burial was at Hickory Orove, year was aided In his dMrlhutlon by the plant's lop In. Crvln Liner busied herself at their home on Wsttover
Cemetery with the VFW Auv Danlrl) A. Shaw, suprrinlendenlland
management Including I Road with the trappings of a double birthday party. Two
tars in charge of graveside t:: C. Ra.... Robert Tmy, Walter 1'.1",. Jack Oarrard.rhlllp days rasher their eon r.rvlUurlo/ illlck> Liner Jr., had be.

r CflEOIT services. The Reverend Rich t McBHde, Robert Machen, ....,. Todd. Frederick rome alitesn. On thil day her husband was SI and I cake
ard O. Johnson presided. Kerr, its. IllnaonCarllak. lUiuford. and ('h... Hnrllgreve. ''Ii
_._ _. was baked and frosted for a party planned for that nlaht.
- -- -- -
- -- -
It never rime off At ..btut'noon that day a ear being
FAIR t\tll\NliT: : "pUl'fh... driven by the boy plunged off the highway. The boy died

1"lAtlUlH IUK TIX": I The Purchase of Florida" the next day without .regaining ronaclouanrM.rrlends .
mil edited by Weymouth T said this week the father" had tortured himself

MOlt students learn that the Jordan head of the lV|>.rt. over his son's death. If 'the ear had been In better .repair,

United Btstes purchaaed florIda | mint of History at Florida h. kept saying, \If'rhelllIf'rh.11I\ Recently he auf.

from flpeln In 1119 fur IS |I Btate I'nlveralty, she la now feted atu.ks of huh blond praaaurs and none blee.<.ls. Had

millionIt > In Tublnien. Oeormany, on a he fainted In that moment he fill from tits boat as It was

,f llaRE7NEW Juat Isn't so. > rullbrlght rVHowililp. believed his son may have fainted. before the fatal accident'Mrs.

r. Rmibrrt W Patrick, icrvral) !' Other books In the aerlra la' Liner U said to have busted herarlf In all sorts ofactivities

liUir of the University of I, elude Jean Itibaut's "Wls ie In Mtese past months, trying to throw off hi*

I flottda 1'itM. Morldlana Faral. and True IMacourrye of Terra grief On Christmas ere It was not a birthday cake but a
mile and llrprtnt Berlea, points Florida" < I5, Chinsala Hulls Christmas lurkey she was preparing for a family party
I YEARS EVE PARTY I Iat out In the preface Tin hue de Mrras' "Pedwi Mrnemti de ohm the second trsgedy struck Again there was no party,

chase of Florida" that, by lite Avlles"15471-. A .L Utour's only a houMful of relaUv woiktorlng If a miracle might,
provisions' of the Adama-Onia Tlte War In West and not have put the man whom shin

Treaty In 131, Apaln gave the UmUlana"' 1114,. J.htr. Grant llrllmiiters from NAB an emergency crew headed by

-f United AUUe title to ''1ond.In rnrbra' "Hkrlchea of led Plnr ('oUI" Civil Votive WrrrUur Hay Chanre, members of the
1 HB mr < *v
exchange for American r*> ,{ Id.." |illl. M M Cohen's Orange Park lkt.t Club and others began a search on
with Imagination
America U nuking hl.tor'n' the home
L & T GRILLE | with dash and surrounded b, more color than ever before !Unqulahmtnl of all claims to'i' "Notices' of rVtrlils and the Christmas morning. The only rlue they had WM WINt....'.

Biggest news cf'all Is the renewed Interest In the matter ted Texas Not' a penny changed I Campalgna'" < II34<. John T recollestlon that shortly before the s room-for relaxation, for sleeping, and even for eating.Cracktra hands. rlpr.iu.''s "lice Florida War" l' M.d a large' hlhl.d Christmas tree on the weal shore of

HKIIIWAY IT Hubert Drum fuller, who I MMIi$ ',. Joshua Olddlnis' The the river
In bed-no-but a
10 miles Booth of Oreen Cove bench at the foot of the U4 can well I Early Americas design, wrote MThe Purchase of Hoc1 1 rslles of rVnWt 'Ilili. Itoaldrs his .|.low\ and a stepson Robert Oammage. of

North of Putnam County line I errs a multitude of purposes temporary color and arrea- Ida" In INN was a plonerr In harp M )lIe"\Ir' "riutlda Orange fart, lie leaves his parents, Mr and Mrs Swell CUtter .
1 mile Including a midnight er morn-, tortes ratM U.uni the tpltome this flrU of Florid history, for Tourists. Invaders, and rVt- of IlllUuro, N' C. Uo brothers, twain Liner, of

DANYIXfl KW) In IMusic f I' tat area snsck., treated A charming wltk a dining mall of this sophlatirallon room futu,.and. fsrnltere charm although his tilt was IntOI"l 1 tlto,," /11411. l John Wsllare'SCsawttaar Orange IIrl; and Capt Coriwllue I. Liner, USA of Yuma,

round table and pull up chairs from ywoo4l-Wskinld's' fa. n ct. Ills book, which 1 i Hule In riortda-\ Aria and five sisters: Mrs. hntre Cannady and Mr. hay.wadi .
{ l lKfdtuirrly by UISCOTIIE(1l'I: will d entlipand arts rubltrk (loam rollwtion., : printed thla year by tlto Ibd'>| HIM, W W 0....' ".Chlli Jons III. both of lUUl.h.. N C Mrs OUdys Coley. ,
Its )"', These designs are .f a.lld of Mortda Press War and Iteeorulrucllmi In of IlilUtmro; Mrs Wsyne Martin C
ly Srrlurg TIlls Idea la shown .here In a ms Balthtd la a verally as one i of Osfurd. W. and
room dtalgnMl for the ll.y. *rt.i rlanamo has of the QuadrtrenUnnla! Kdt< riorlda"\ < llll>, and T f. Mrs. KrU. Ounrh. of ItaUlgh.
MANAGEMENT ood-Waktflld Company efUardrwr lUjrwood'a acront pM) ... are glom of the FIoridI.narift.. Davta "Illalory of Jarkann. -. .- -
UNDER NEW Mats and wlrU4 byFamily In eolor.are added hand orofat4 and Inspired other hlatorUna U rtMarch I II villa, rWUa and I II
Circle Migailne U be give InUrMt sad Umpo
DAVID) K. I.KKPro: : ].. shown lo eve ll,xiO.OOO Fanvlly te the *>..r.... d.cer. Hire the facts of Ptorlda's HUll Vktnltr"I I I

I I rircle readers'-In color-/a. color, a Ural wood grain' ..- ..... .. ..-.. l. ,... i. ... .... ". ... .. .. ". ..................................... . . I
1111111111111111111. -- tare the January UluMrating laoue's,.special.1.! Hew f.. IhtntU and s ttcltlng eMnblne eWora fee anInviting I (akin Pale IJPIMJrtllult| | / (to wish( nil lhINOJJI .

I America Can tier room hag that Is tpUslly
A handaume sample of hew Arka" ,. of |II", .futility" n 11111'11'| | ami l'ru<

CHOP _._
- --
Sync/air - - |H>riMia S..w'n,,


> A''II J<'*r rcprwsrtltistihn| in( II... Stain
HEATING IrKidsttirel. I wilt work fur tutu Iftli-r

BILLS SinclairLevel \ 1965 nra'IrlaNtlI'rs yr.,.. of .llw, SluU> of' r'loruU,

I _. .In our il e4.*..f4ic prw..r..4 .tt iluil) fu.i.
I out your Iwetlag coat even tn the peak winter
rowiths. Change now te lUiwUUI l4onthly'Parmriit! Plan Shifty i H \..,.,w.fn., No ,..4ttlU( <'ii' wilt lies

that period.let No you Interest spread or paywienl carrying over charges sn wy..orwnlent. I II I i iZ 'A4I aifnI4rd awl .It's .pn+gfru8 .6tlttJollt it. friuM '

SINCLAIR IlEAT O OIL with RD IU" corrosion InbJbttof Iral1a,11.. .
helps you cut down heating bOla bemu* It fight rot II i

and corrarto. gives you more Met ekaner heat per If ,...',. a _<.*srisa- rs .U U.. mU. ./ Ue Ovfl Warr I
dollar. I >ft ,.,*.1. Mi4 an IIWMM Us ef ... p.r Got .. .ar "l 1.g, I Tmkdbmq. war will( 'tin i*"wlUll.
BPICULUrrS Our oil burner serW* ., I4M I* 110,004 aM ten t.r el e* UMMM wee |IO fjOl I
BURNER SERVICE : -One ..*<.ir4 t.., ar UM,i- -
nen are akiOed prompt. "*ndable. I ....... .la rod ..e Trw 4 a>- U-tritaJ p....... f sac I
KCTSRADIO : .ertn ./ M a UA n4. fee UMIt '.'II......, .._ III w"'" At "jr I MriMM my tUnk and. Ihee ap"1iisr4silaN
: ( .. .
i'RI\TEI.SIFTER: : 11- was earl M UMs eve .. Jed a Monty uea I
DISI'ATCIIKD: TRt't'K ; .ot"COVERt1fc2.l"IC'K I IS44 l *r.*l P+M'', kjr ere>f eX plrtea g_. 'H ; a r*.e ref faniUf for thon I rUlit you
Clibf JeatiM ..*... r. Out II Inrt at Mr.kea . sad e > r my
I'I.11I) O ... srtv.. awlsUOT
the toprMaw "- goatrd
sinvicB: u..*.. .as r.......-d .ks IM4M *. Tre.. .... .* the atMi's *- I IMPe L-.t..1 l h'.1| lU wish l w.
titamir.I I ..... ,.
eat.*4 a 5.w p iUral UrgvM aA M. ra *
.. r ever she: atanil slat I, ;r..... was ,...... Is fits jr aM I wwrk t t..IIIU""r fur cur common
M1DfJtl ttlRO OUAJvQC' PAM n was a<4 W I* soap h.eeu ,
FARMS DOCTORS oorrKELLAm sea. ,r*.sta>r '*. ."...,.1 -.m.c A..*. ....,.... "LII.Wof
rorvrr .. ... "
c.I; l1rL Cnet tor a kun4m4 pasaTromlee
: AND UEADOWWtOOK and I .. C..saand.r .. OW ..4Cyr wee. IN A........ I OUt OU ACOUAffHAXIS Aft tOT rOftGOTTIfl.,
BCTUtOCKDmO" AASAIICLAY r....... A......" rephal5gfi. i iI .... ......... ,,.. 1Mtr .1dra WI;tIC YOU out use WBHIS rex A
I t0 H.s.... I .. c. ism ..... tIN //aea.1Iwceee 1"eW Year,
I The In s.owsW.t plaa m ..... hp ...... sad HAl/Y PKW YfAI.
OIL CORP. : .......1..... ...... r A-ve: (r.5 ___ ae r.,.'_ III ...,. ,.
... iiiinil 4, Hef WO.SM .', reads foe 1M ....... pen
.tiowAlin VAITKB: n.. ouruOmrrU L IM4. He ..........4 a I. e2es.& AI .... ........ .. .....
sisapny pw. UM* trpw Is saes/ .d1aa: Amobsa weWIfIC
....... Echie'sIN
IdaMeer sd IN ...
N.'. Tact Off w1 *> a taeMalsel .11o-
I'llOXR %4'9',19 ...... I* .Iffn*. T 5i.W. p..t .... c-na) ...' ..-.-...., ...... Para
-- au"a ...... ........ Moor M ...... .. Mew. Mareds... /
,\.. C:*, arvw MW.g ta tteMr lass i.. a.1am -.noosed $5.5sI ORANeALE.
far tas Mpg ..... ... ItoooW r.wrweN
HELP YOUR HOME TOWN GROW 1115 Mw G5r*. PPisv7, Anwtast I. i..eMea ....e
I ihr... ..... M 1M s5artrlad Rest ---- sac .. -. .H'kft TA. Ul !'*<>& J/"l )7I
.... tee *.i4 .. ttee ..... ....
SUIT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTS ''J lures >dNmoo *.. .op.ndr at ..., Tar. .*.<,.. Mec pool ssststssis s-sisstso



. 1

SIX Cftoy( {Efluntji Crescent THCESDAT. DECEMBER 11, 1M4

t. M H C & 'Penney Farms Put t An

Reporters MRS HERBERT D. MYERS, bone* I20-1 .

it-f No, I for such programs u"The Mes

A* the ,doctor's Nicaragua wife Margaret at B11wasltarma theme siah" or early Moravian an .. SE t n

Furloughs were few and far
'Thaeler filled the role of mother
between. Only four times during -
to three children: Room
30 years did Arthur Thae In Every
Mary, and John.
I ler and his wife take a full
David Is now a civil furlough. Even then there was
n Oxford, Ohio; Mrs deputation work to be done

nd Jowrer John lives U In a teacher : and refresher courses in media Great New Value inUHF/VHF fl,1
cine bring
Only Day can you
em College In Winaton-
Through it all, this dedl-
form and Mrs. Mowrer cated couple never lost sight NEW 1965
nuEband and their of the main purpose of their the extra enjoyment assured by
old son are spending life's million
days with their parents To Be Continued 4
( )
mortal Home Admiral Precision Craftsmanship.

for Thaeler In meals the had at mission the full hospital field; "by Bwlgart Mr Miss and Doris were Mrs.visited Newbold Raymond last and 0.// I SEE: TIIK .. "

that come ever day, 1ft
and Mrs Ellsworth Stuart of

every kets where''' f'k. one There may are I I Titusvllle Penns Miss Newbold'I -- -=-- Admiral Color TV
supplies coffee must be U a teacher in the public'
of ,
schools of Titusville and is
ed and ground Meats are spending her vacation In Flori I
able only when local da. She Is one of several good Exclusive Tilt.Out Control Center . .
slaughtered Vegetables opera'a j friends the Bwlgarts made I a
scarce Beans are while touring Europe In 1960.
is rice neans and rice opera'w .
the staple diet for man 1 . Amazing Color Fidelity Control . .
I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L Mullls ,
lives day after day. {
I of Olen Rock, N. J., together.
When the kitchen ,
with their children Busan, I Ulnek and White .
ere through there are : True-to-Life Pictures (i in )) R'
year-old Jane, 0, and David ; .
be taught In the 12.1
to 'Ivlslll'd. have been visiting their ; :
raining school patients
ents) Mr. and Mrs Irvin '
mending, Fine Furniture Craftsmanship . .
sleanlnir.& And then, when staying '' +
is a free moment '
Park. This group did some carol V
flower beds to be w singing In the MIIC area onChrl.tmlll Includes The CRAFTON" ADMIRAL[ Sonar Remote Control

music While lessons his wife to be Is I senior engineer feve. Mr at Mullls Westinghouse Is. FREE TDU3500 Brighter, sharper Series picturewith t (optional extra on most mot1eleo] ) need to h'al'econsole ]

duties, the doctor Is elevator division,in New. tub*.all 20,000 new"Dyne:volt, precision Beam"r; booster your chair. . Small, lightweight) hand unit -

variety t of I a ark. style base drifted horizontal/ chains. turns set on and off 5 changes channels, and ailjusts -
There are the mornings of 2 linlihes.
clinic I 'e.I&Aaen c. Bound.
with ,
tli-nts waiting, arrived 40 or j Mr and Mrs. E. A. Morrlnon l 2 luper.mIIUViluner. for sharpest, clearest pictures ,
have enjoyed a visit of their .
horseback, : I Ultra' Sensitive VHF 2 Speed Tremlitor.
or by boat, '
j daughter and son in-law, Mr AH Frame Grid Turret .. feed UHF Continuous
even wheelbarrow, I and Mrs Olenn Howcll, and I m Tuner .Insure' ) tirseter ', j .,Tuner It unmatched models' to choose from.
hospital rounds to make their granddaughter Lynn Howell pulling,, signal-power! (or reliability! Many

---- I 10 years old
I says'I
Mrs Charles S. Wright
on a Christmas card "The
snow storm here in Connecticut
KKHOSKNKHomo today, U so pretty but j .CIAO--
Delivery or not good for m.. My eye op- i"LIGHTWEIGHT most compact Admiral TV ever builtlAdmiral. !
U-Hanl Hcrvk'o AvuilnUo nation in October appeared
A DM lm.\IJ 1
Phone 2WC30! ; OK, but I had to return to the
Orange Are and COTS Rt. (1REKM:" COVE hospital in Norwalk Conn.. O III[ FIVi 1WNfWl9 s
for more treatments, a week In .
early ive, hence do not yet. .
-gts tnasuuelsselauusuannulgunmutNlluuuDlus6mtlglallHllNlDaanul\ . \ : sAplllNllglapJohn's \ know when I ran return to my STKKKOSItAHIOS:
Penney Farms Quad apartment.All ,
0 a
rood wishes, always. Shegives ; .
Radio & TVHCA her address, % Mrs. H. \ 11 PORTABLE TV1

C. Babcock, 4 Jennie Lane, n : 'mcalt.: _
rnl'OHOIil,1'Xl'rJl: Westport, Conn. .
- I 7-:2: _[

AMA.VA .- XOWJK I: A1TUAXCKS; The preacher at the. H over ATOUSA1TL1ANCKS _

a o'clock service Sunday in the
Kfl>erifHcril Sen ire On All Malfi dt< ).1fitf'l Penney Memorial Church. will 30 S % more \ :
KltVINU CLAY COt'NTT OVEn II TRAIt be the Rev A. W Pavl... Th 1 ojily ,
-e-e- leader of the prayer meetingon
24 West Walnut Street (Clrl't'u'o) Springs: Wednetdty, January 6, 7:30: q t i'
Plion 22:!MI.:1t2$ !!::! pm will be the fir!, C. P. :. PLAYMATE I!" I

1IIIIM nnu> iiiriniiiimmiiiiiiajniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiimiiiiitti: iiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Bchrlver, 99 Built: to take It
- -- -

NM ea11Nt U'M'TI 11 "'- _
YNt/ N 11"hI MM" route "
See T' Hank' "'innnri ilK :r"c",41: V*tpMk.r.nlwina. u rent. 1le..rl.q.y
I I Model. roi04Rujed. .\,"aUuUe !.. .; anb.1..w
I prKlslon crafted herlI0 ..1. .. 011J0.
it l Chains with 14.000volte -at- .soc.'ore i.rb..nseer.. 14,000 VOLTS OF
ol picture power Rigid i II..lwraparound
Motors cenilruclion; PICTURE POWER,
Spring i front mounted\ Alnteo V ipeeker.RetrscUUI I.uIItrrtt
iI *carrying handle. .. Hl\h PoWel s dare /n

.. ... Ol v
N. .I..II N. Paak/-. All ase v.
I e..d.lalar.l..l Cra.Md .1 :.MrYN... .
GA./:.J' eYmlaS.
wrldt "!I.110' ,
I ., l._ll.:Ivke... .. t', ....., .... Aai.lral"wee. . .
t. + 3k."IYrrallune.
"P.rna.l.. ...........YYe14... U.",'..'."a..n' ....)....A..I..I... .....1.,. .
( I Lrl.e icl. kYIIUw.ury..N < "
I ..........._1'. 10M

: I ;::UI4'.n'w\ -


IF Y-OUIl CAK \\11.(4( UCN :32:!MH.KS: CKV A (l.Xl.I.aX. OF) OAS Outstanding Values in New and Used Furniture

i IF YOU OAK HATi: IT M'HU'ICATKU: &: ('II.XXUK( : Oil.) TOH .t,1Q r


IF} IT UI'I'JHt'U'I'J.SlIOiT: ] : : \ f..1t.IU.OO'J.) ) ... 1t : HUNK ]11F.DH: : ( ) SUITES:

IF YOU ('.\X KKMOYBTIIF.: &: : KXdlXF.: ( : IX MINTTKS:: f :a. ,)t. "

TIir.K XV K: )DON'T) ) ADVISK: Y0lf( TO 1I11Y .\ VOLKSWAOKX, Trades
Liberal - Easy Terms
IT'S ( ltVItt't'NI.IT) YOl' .\ :.\ \" fl.\\'.: O 'F:.

1 .


'"I ... _

r Sales & Service : ABC TV, Inc.

Ili s.. 2.*1b3r1ldkaLIil
P. l. Btt WAT 11 N. C&XZM: core tnustu Arrnu GREEN COVE 81'urxosFACE
J r (IM Tarts Kara 01 Owen n Disk) FMaa l$4Uj


--- --1Irtr fU!1fII iiI'I!' )

-' "

[ T'-

_DECEMBER II, 1X4 Qj Ofay County < rcccnt FACE SEVEN

UYER'S Exhibit Shows Man's Triumph: _. LIM1AL hOTICN LEGAL: KOTirK PLEASE I

: ) or alHHHHOIItKH!

The rto."la annual mooting of I.! hereby .lv.n that
th. .tnrkholderi ol the Kcyiton the undraln under th* pro-.
Mint. honk will l b.> held at !Ila vl.lnna nf chapter IIICI. La"*
nm* on Laarenre Houlvvard of Florida, Act of W7 will
cosomoirao ".,.Ion. HelKhti, Stale' of FlorIda ,...;.Iolf' with the Clerk of the
Apt : BEVERAGESPAUL'S UPHOLSTERt "n' Monday. January 11. rirtult, Court In and for Clay
a 110 I' M fur the I.Url'o." ofriertlne County. Mule of Hnrlda, uponrrlpt
'' tJq director. and tonaelInlt or proof or publication.
MILBERGER w 4 fr whalrver tither hunlneus mam"l \' of the KOI loo, the Flctltlnii
RE.OPE.MNQ L / i ha brought before ..aidmeeting name of TUB!: OIZMO: HIIKI.L.
TO 100 anil 8-III, key-
REFRIGERATION A Z UPHOLSTERY N Watunn llnrdcnhfrnh. Jr IIH&h..Y. ...'., Fie
All Kiocutlvr Vim , MK8 MILDUKD: MOSSItll.
Legal Beverages 62S Magnolia Avenue 11-11, I T \,7. H, II
SERVICE Open I A. M. to 1 A. M. Green Cove Spring !VfrO!

lilt. ('*..It'.I.l ... a.rrt..n. North Duval ef County Orange Line Park Phone FURNITURE IS4-J78I SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL MERCHANTSHELP I FOREST FIRES

I ... Heat** S.r.le* CANVAS WORK I
I g. Palmetto Street .

Phone Z84-J581 , ,
Business ---- - -- -- ---
"New Furniture

TV -SERVICE'We APPLIANCE MERCURY INLET OUTBOARDS MARINA with C the A. Hl'MMELLKOtL Old Comfort.: 'Little/ / Gal/ of the Golden West'Is I

Repair All Brand OTUH e MM'I HlKtwrf N llo.ade IMtre ahlllnM.l Nl.00, new IMI .MMI a, lIt It
a Ibsnle Mal *|| M tkl MX K ktltir silo, Nil |0tr. Ml none; ae ;.n
SeYvlrinf City CountyFor MERCRUISER SERVICE Nab tli d I. Tb. Game bcr..laa iruMwl M Ux itMMl kMitl wane *M bull / National March of Dimes ChildA
Sixteen Year IN THE!: cinct'iT COURT or MM It* Nil MJ III* irU MIMtk*.
Orange Park Ph. Ut515FULLERTON'S BOATS TRAILERS IS l'JUSl'ltln Men and wrnnen who vied the bas (tone about mincing to sirs'
No C-1//l 1P1I-H5( Nw York World's Fair the datiftr* of ihr( post and bluc-cyrd lady of four

OUTBOARD REPAIR SHOP HERMAN CLARK plaintiffPATIUCIA 111 ice a fascinating historical /how'IP 5'' vat', w<,n out- vor \cnrs, known afToctionntcly I

Hwy. 17 u. CLARK d.ftndant oaUl_and It'a all theln! the "UJ 11"1" ', the! anowa that: in her home town of Dontr 1
Orange Park
NOTICE or It'IT Under the elant RH) Umt.rton. thrtat""ftl" at. ii" savage lIulI' \ as the "Little GM of
24 N. Orange Ave Phone .
2(4-9125 who thv '
TUB!: STATE OK UO1UDATO that houica The Tmtlrn Iniur- fw.'pt n :i IIi' the "
Green Con Spc ZS4-4044 PATRICIA I'l.AKK lion of itm; lu and I Oil olden "West h: the\
MILK D FLU'FRY c,o Mil. IWUKIIT J-UWEHS once Companlra:i exhibit 'neat the Dotk Are.. the complacencyand 19Q5! Nntionnl March ofimea ,
Tool of Industry, a famoui ObM '
)Route Itoll. to Ihrratenclarientula
ll, noranr. ta l} Child. Her
dame laMichnrlino
artrntiit la
Alrr O.orrla.Toil American rrrprlnf
uf lit'l IStli
Antiques VM Fnrnlton AUK IlkltKBT: NOTIKIKH history of mankind, from the viMitiiiy.1 ("Mickey") Loa
I W. D. that a lull ha ban filed f atari) 'iu nuvh hi the Civil
MorrisDistributor aralnat you In th* abov ntltlJ .lit bent, ,po-hke crcaturvt on. War.Pteiptiie. Heinicke,

CAnnY'SJ1OIUDA rail* and you are hereby r.. Called tho "Trluniph of Man ef the exlilhlt. which Mkkry' nymboli/ci he( quarter
quired to aorta upon plaintiff. and iup<*rvliej b Harry L. celvbn'i The TravrlfrV one -million Anirriran lnt nti
TRADERS attorney. whon nam and writ addr '.liiplro of the Muuumi hundu' )llli IIn".r,, 'I. I-1 born every year with seven
Green Cow Spring florid All Jersey Milk ten m dcf appear.n.i-.. If any, to your th. bill Natural lliitory, the exhibitill how that while mills i i. and. v'". birth defrrti on whet t behalf
IS E. Palmer 81, Tel, SS4-SZIO of uhlih I. d 'll\"'"l to you I be an l8-mlnut sight and- be ..ut'JC'fto; rlnnitvra, l''. in'vl- rontrlliulori, to the March of
Antiques 8. Orange Arena For of complaint tn aald null copyherewith cued tour of man'a battle to Ilircni', and the i,'''r. tltU) 8..t Dmira have flninrH programi
I nn or before ".nuu." ,l'VjVf hrlprd( him win out over 1 > of reM-arch, medical rare and
TeL II4-S44 1 II AD I'lS tile .1.I 'I: tlvinyi kr-p .,..1mtrluniphrnt education.
HOME DELIVERYCALL I Herein fall not or d er.. pro Tar from feeling feanlmlstw" vor r---/
Ornnee: Park 1 oonfm will It. nlerrd, a.aln.t l
BUndlnf Boat TeL Stt-ttll Z64-9 .
bill of
lirfalli one In ten famllleIn
Jacksonville NATtllK: OF SAID SUIT - \
nKiMi I r-ou nivonrR.VITS'E.'H U. HOTK'aIV > a ir 14 GOTHIC the Unitrd Slatei
Bending A Coffins ... YI
'REAL ESTATE nr hand and TeL 171-W4 .*al nf tald Court at Or..n Cove 1i
I COI'HT Of other enupleVaul anti I
I .., TIIH (OI' MT or HIM I 01 V.TY IN TIIK ClltCt'lT I Here
In. Florida" this Tlh day
WE TRADE IN ANTTmNQ of Prrrmbrr A.P. loll Jl IMJM, ('LIT HitT, CUAV ."I'l'\'TY. KIXMtlDA hraitt>lt>kcn and numb when _
ri.oHint. (N r>M OF VALUEACCOUNTING : TWIN ( !: v" learned the truth a few
': K CAmISLR.CUrlt aflrr Mickey was born
IVA MAI NIK lihNMON: Dera4. MKUU: UII.UUHK, plalallffnAlutICLL
rirrult Cnurt To all (Creditor1 and] l'.rua* I am a nurne, old I had had
IIHJa T. Jfeth 11, MKRLR: : O. ORRHAUDTPpnly having Clalma or t>a/nldi L OII.MOItIId.fnldut loose III ju>rlfnte with babies

I c. oonniHAttorn CI.kRI"IIAnn ...In.. said Ktati born with an open opine. .
Realtor for I'lalntltf You and .a'h of you are krr*. \tlT"1O or ai IT which wai the rale with f
REED ACCOUNTINGAND br notified and r*,uire,l to .
flank Hulldln* pro.Intl Tilt: ITATK or 1'I.oIIIIIA- Mickey. I was under no rosy
off RENTAL if SALES Or.en Cove IIpI,,... PlaHda. any claim either and ef damaadiwhich To; I'IIAHKM.I.: IIILMUKH llhtiioni that this! third child
you or roe mayha
11.1,11,11.11REWARD .. aaalnit, tk. *ilalo' .f l h. r/o KATIIIUN UlUMUHkl of ouu would I ever walk,
-k ACREAGE LOTS Mad. |"non. ....*...... lal'. ., 111. Mania Itoaa Av.aseMania "Hut. aiki M4 1 lni>, "dii
Itixa, "fallforni yourrmemiwr
SKIIVJCELlile aid County, to Ik Countr Judo \
VUI AlliS Iln.llk.llir: NOTIriKIt > that song, 'Did You
of Clay County. Florida' nl kl">
Kenney, Owner ReildentUI Commercial IdI east baa base fil.daaalnii Ever
ffloe in th. court how nf ald a Kre a li"am W.lklnlf' ,
7 N. Orange Are. Oreen Cove Industrial County at Clr..n Cove S|>rlni*, poi. in la. 'M" *.atillilcauM .. The> refrain cumin back to me
Strayed er Stolen.. Short clipped FieIda. and roe ar kinky. '
witkln .1.l ral.n.larmonlha every time I ire Mickey "wMk.Inj ,
Serving Greater .ulrvil, I plaotiffaalbeit.
TeL tS4. 7SlPersonalized Clay Centy a.rv. spun
from Ik* lime of tk her
., wbo.e. siema eat .. on rrutchn ami
Services Notary PsbBe white female Poodle from clot. cola euhlimtlon*/ ark of claim thi. no11rsTo. or d.. >*. appear h rn, four writ hrarea, or furiously rldlnK her

toAccounting mead hll b.a rrlli*,. and tN .. *.*. ; .y. U .Ik* bill hobby hone In the parlor or WHOA) .1...",) her pony, Ml k.y H.Inltke, 4, Des...", ItU N..
& PRONE Marina Motel, KOO N. Orange, ball Hat. Ik* '!1.<>. of r*.lilnr. ..f nmplalnl ttkirk In 4ll Mid..r4 mil.lo *...yf doing an Indian war dance lo tlenal Monk of Dlmoi Child, relni. Itt /rer kvnefll *Kl.arhfi.
Tax I. pea
I .. .
and e< l errlr addr..a of Ih.rlalmtnl. her phonoim k rvcordi, I my
J tot urns Office MI-SMt Friday, Dec, llth. llaiel She. and 4ill b. wrn I* b.rowltb: i1Iin.ln *n op bfvr Jinunarr to mya.l'Ihlt'a/ little
Dome tll-SHS br Ik* claimant, aaoiU atloroap. II All fail ., deer dream walking1'.' my mother says, ipprthenilvely: "tllrth defecti." he add.
F. not are
rBusiness I ._ .
waiter) phone 114-111. and ninnld ky. a filine feeof 1'Cf...... will b. ..,.,.. ageisldvas "In January, when we e u "ar, a much more i.rlou*
Firms & Oruge An. S. ai Bay .... *n. dollar and rk rlalm nr4maa4 "Hut my husband sn not *o "'|.. nkall.. lit far the ..11.f pr t.i In Ik. would have I peel to have th. privilege olvulllng I problem than polio ever ....
Individuals '" Crn Coos SprOutCLASSIFIED veld. I hill! flt, enmnlalnl.TIIK never nperlrncedthis. : Uie 1'd'-: : ', "To attain the lime aucctiaful *-
aT. 1 10..'".*. Jr. KATtrliN tUlf SUITrirtso ital-life dream without know I will I 1 ; sway ) end thai wn achieved ineliminating
rt>n MVortrnMITNKMI March ef Ulmti "
*nei'Sl.r of Ik. tail help when Mickey will undoubl*
X' ,. ...., lop hand and tk* polK j we reed t not
IVA III MAIN1M and *.t.''':NIO f. mel! .f mId" P..rt at .,,*.. Cave, Mickey' whoae iplnl rup. ally 1 bubble over lo Use I'tul- 80 birth defect* cenferi butfully
........... Nprl.aL riorHa. ibis Ilk day lure was repaired when the dent, 'Illya, Podner,' or lome- ISO ceniert lo help Ihei.
Pint ...Miri Ion rwmt..r It .f iNMwmber A U III!. waa only three dayi old la thing awfully fimlllir and ifTIiftetl Infanta awl children
-I IM.. I UK A now western to the lint Lid ."
I.IOMOIU1K I. CAItUntK.Clrk midway through a tour fund are Nat needed deiper!
ADS IMf iI,11.1.1TRY I Clrrull, (*curl that precede the cOMM-oaal Birth defect are the itely lo support reeearch In.ulriea .
lly VIVIAN II 0)11M. March of Dimei campaign in eat medical problem threaten-. Into the many .d.n-
ti.*>tr flrk. January Although leverely Inf the ",.Uon'. children To tlfto problemi Involved.

A SMALL AD ItKnWICK It.: ....*, for ANnRltMINt llalntiff. '" handicapped, this tour-year. help prowl patient aid In "I sometime look it the, )
-- p O. Hoi ass old thrive on the lon| days, this area, cnntributun to theMarch crippled Mickeyi around our
FOR SALE) IMS Caw Farm FOR BALE Three bedreemhosae. LICUL "I OTHSINolle II lr..B C*.. "** .. rlnHd<< tedious alr-hopi between tithe of 1)1 met now support country, at chlltirtn burn

Tractor like new, .15..... Tine Paneling1 l mi Cue Crawler aenthwrat. .. tkat. Ik* ; ron tote doomed unnereiiarlly to
with winch, garage One block I I. ,I. Ii1R TILE nKNT la iD-reend strain of meeting senator,
....... ,.. ten iM univiriity-amiuted r.t..datlon--
Cmi ** sire nf mental
ready for the woodi. f.,.0..... from front door, High School.ICO flat will held Cu um a Paaur '... *. tad prli,ll.. try She. CUT.- Contreiimen, an 'rali.and alan hotol'lI.lI. all due to birth diftcUi and I

For Information call Green feet on IVonare Are- Tliuradar. January '. 1111, at BIG RESULTS C rNT PREAM, isc.!\ Tke prkeritkt. of public itage flfurei and ,.n.." other Haiti) O'Connor, pretMent ef I wonder how many ef our
la 'II. Coast
Cave 21..12.1. 12.17 t4p flue .f HO feet on Meet. """- Cummlaaloa1bewb.f.lee otlork pas l ., Ik* .le . The Nillonal roundatlon warmhearted ItUvM can fall
Will Mfrifle for eaih. Elweod Clar CountCvurtkou**. ur... r _ __ _ Mickey I It ilrtidy a veteran March of Dlmee, aye that the to demand and to flnarwe. *
Cure Mp lata. Hori4a. for Ik* trouper unlmpreae by the need. fur many more iwh ron franc lo end thus ihncklnifdvitructlon
RENTALS: lit floor apart Johnaen. Ret. 105 South Mag eur o*. el karlns *tj* ll..B*. 'I mighty In high plate |tier l lore It acute, i whalevor the c
ment!, l-reonu, } drma, t nails opposite Tint Milt). If tar, I* .U*.me a permit....!.. '1 ... -- ..
_"'*1' 0.1k $.etlua I. old NEW AND
baths farnUhed. Ala 1-bed- Phone !84..iil. lltltfeLacifi."VotHk lee !. Paragraph Hi'at Article .
Av* .f Ik* Oar Co. lf *.*. :-1''!'
roan apartment. Ugbta and !I.. JUgulailoaa, carnal I* ... I IT.1

water Included. Centrally lo.cited. . trir Ik* llnrle far a Tralle 4w. Park>rll..4. pr.p- USED CARS I AMERICA GOES TO THE: J'OUs' I

Ill FerrU Street. For 1.lo.tlon In' Tk* a.......t put .., ......."
IN THE cirirriT rorrrr or 11 ead .11. partacoat pert ..
call 1.1.1111. It-lTt CLAY (rMTV, rUiHIDA' Wwtlea II In Tv.n.kl*. I Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Inc. "r ....I04.t Amri.aa. with Ikli auiil* ke .....largely Doan

IN CHANlKIlTNn III walk, ....*.. II '-.., 41.. ., AmuckaGees. Te Tilt ..., "eikibll al Tke ovalslu.ramar. t. "r.. end. sail ks "

IOR RENT Conveniently le JOHN W KKT Plaintiff .rlk4 a peal a*n..110.Ik. "Kal i .....1.....*it .rr. Gree. Cove Serin** CewpanlM1, ir1W.. !. |Urtfer4. l'..._lli. ... Usrlnfl. tM totk I. "'..."..,,....* .! (aUPreihlest ,

rated garage aft Fwnla...... .'. lice rrarllvnal __ II. efr vTW. A Better Deal li MUe Tan Ness WIll Make fitHTOI1 eUrtlue. lead| l.l **4,, wee.l*..... s4 Tk Traveler' via firmed
MART Y "It J. rle'.*..*t .,.*... T..Mkl'* and tuna - appreprlaUli. Ike *..ktHt eenlaiM ...r 1 1,000 LlMolii .IUm to the .. r.... Ulltal.
Call tll-llll after IS' ..... w fuf RMin'iri
or alit .kr* It 1.1.,..r with
!hntlN ( IX ef LBJ'i family
Mrtk N4..0 tk* riekl-f.
TIIK STATB or rumiDATO. war *r AllanlUl r**.t ..... - .. */l'Ilk. . ,"
FOR RENT M.Wto Mine, IMt.UiJ MANY K/ KTtaar.l I I Hai'I.| *r, sad roe lkre X.rlkII SEE AND r-r ) / 3iuu : I. Net .. s% lai..s. .*rle" <
IMlvarrl I* VioM .Mee Ik **-
with tats concrete MHe. H..rviIM l ...*lfc rrlln said East k.*n4rr II I** .; all .. A., support for I HUbalmeve
See at CUlP WDe Egg PM YOU ARK 1IKHKUY JHOTI-' See l.. o ....*..... ., II (.al.. 7 1 p 10I1 .
'1 ICU that a **H fcM. Wa fll4 I. a nor. tak*. lk**.*i Perth .. (!.sego Waiklagtea'a. party
terJ, Hlgkway IS. nectb From ......, tea l. la* 'M'. **IIIU4 II*. ir Cut: I (..._ I- S l1 N II' t. ,...... k.t.MS"e
Green Cere tb SkaneaBridge can. and! pole ar II.,."r ,.. pal: lkar s*.lk II*. '/' r..l ..... IM-OMt Dtmt Doe : :
across -. It 'I'.. ......
.lr4 I. *t.* spaO lalnlirr. II .... I* a take .. Ik* : .11.11..1.
is OnagedIO. tt-lle .u....., .k_. .._ a" *4.r Perth kaadrr !!.. ., ,lie Is lu t4-Mtl DCS .Ing s
*** *,*..r k.r_a, peer wrt,. f.raU rlibt >f war ./ EL. was nto.t.t"JJ:,.:, kl* Cos
!.. ..r..*. If ..,. I.a.. Pill :rJ Pallo.p I.lke .,... ...l Made. ) et II...,
FOR RCXT-1 rap hlralebe'd. at **..'1..*' in said east, eerf w.ik It*. ir was ..Ua> ik. Il12 : uip II. .... .
i vklrk I. ..11.*r4 I* r.. *>*eikj aide *f Ik. .re***l4 p.litieal tremieeeli
.,t.. at IM West 81. |M with ..,....... on *r ...(.. JaaMfrII. rl.b1-N-.*, 1 Chao .. Ibo A tools
lithe led wtlcr ..... DCS All Itn. ...., .. beIUSSSI, 1.115$. 11 Uq II A word. closest. ....1..
H..I' rail *.! *f 4-.. pro !.. II atv *e roes ". *
IM-Mll. IS-llUe ..nrM* will .>. .*l.... a,aiM All Mil** M lnlrl a4 .<.!. ,
,_ fr Ik. "llf *f*,.4 M Ik* as.oball bee. a. ... r1..| r 11 ii : II. Tevgfc CenfreMmaii wke'l
LIIOIL P.1'ICntoes. kill a f e... Uin.c ,. lie ...,. at said liaM ava4ru PHONE Wii iii "_ ae eoilo*
THE XATVHB or SAID STTT ..-. n14n H. ....... at Ue Iret .......
brims rc>ii UlrniCRWITPLPm ** r
lIenniWet. .... eel bat)
*>r lead a4 Ik (-'
.... |* elm ,... cal ., mid ,...d al eCe..O Cars Jas.e R C eel o uit tt. abed let .hnyertaal ......
l.. anneal "**11..U.. aniline nea rUrUa IkM HIS dep4tIwMe no.w_. 284-9681 mmte
.f Tk. Sal *f C>ra.e. Park w l A ft IMIU II-K. II. IMI M. ...**. Deal laesevWtIV
.III V. '-14 I. Imo a.11 it Mil gpie.t: N rAMUSUlr 2) iA 7+)
'', a Hifkway' M.. II. (waee. ("Irnoll Met, Me* wk.* left II 1.811$2.1ny
f>rk, | ee ',twll .r Mare .. little Ciottiw1.41.1lne .ar"
f M, so flara0.,. 7ao:, .. (', wteNrd'ut J Fuel TT >< I'4e' *'iUMl AUa. ..
Iwo. Plat) ike sir O Tkr* av PEAL) !ii411fS111 lot'trrt. Q. Service Mao (ab1",.
.n.. ,.. ...... .. ,
I ILSAt.o.f
fNN r.
o mid r.It'III"
-.. a .MN itte.awe Ne far ,.,..." fIn Try oNe a+tft '9 -III 0 M. P>et Vr ts Sll M ...,.....

'.. *.-!*, ,.tr .*4 M ......... Low K....... a 44a4Jwbeaotb rrttJlif Ml ... Qrsave Ate, Ceoe* COTS ....... INmtII.
... M"" htl o m nrf prop.My ).. ........ jrour ./ Nf ..c.... ef ..,- ..N ,.are. $5.0411,1.E 1/ for pew fl. Stale llsey Lau| plumed

. I 11111 . 11.11 II. . ."" 1' . 1" " . . II .11111111. II . ,...,..
1't'Y-I.IIII. f!: M M. .LwU .f Ue Wlsard. ]

I L"I AREA BUSINESS; DIRECTORY! 1 Jioup:111'i.Is'IuY. : : : "raoMt. M .. ,111.. N.. >B L-*..tM ...,..,

II I |0tk> feNwt .. 4pW ..b.a U. >Ule ...l pee Seatairve

RPTTEB SCiTUM SU:.Pn-u OVPKK' EQftPl6Urf I 4 __14 Qukk ?Beryl... :::: ......... L.G..11.a. .. 3J. *e:kart U they.4 :;:rl..r. A.MVUS'

rtret K rc.*.....) Mel U JJU UUUJUUU
AIR RUE rrvxrrnu ca so ojim IUUTOKI cm *iuMMav E1)IIJIlt2 tN4To.dee M.. TS..... was taw e.i*.elf .... fee IftU .l CalMI1 J djy duuuu

WI ..t1e 7m theDal ..... P.r.Na.4L.p.tb AXtXICAMomct Ma. pw ... (tor* .*..... /4De ...... II f1/1W I /app < eMs4 If Vl.gN.l44M ..... uuuuuu

portal lei ....... SCPTIT ca pest sod .,,..,... sts pat fcsre ..... .tai.4K t Ibeat fr a. At oiartat. MIS. ,
( A.. I.. 4 u elf. MU wow >........ .......*
S. yow prtotfakf. __ r... '.., daftae, I II. I........'. ne.. feUe IIt IMC M N 4* i ir

0. mfwlca.IRpi alma --.... .... LJN a:. Jews- Jr. Oenwr J 1UtI'JI RwJ47111ts7C1A/yT I ow oQ pinieS riret ........... ***H*| if M. r*
a.. aM b.Saeool. ITTaUltlKsl ,..... ..... Its,. 04 S*...*.ta.>*.. M. AMA ......... T
3a ........... .. an IIUDI4 Mer1A, M, T Ie A NM's bkaed. M. 17"rTT o.. b4t te UtU4 (
owyrlns via MIpelalbif. .,. ". ----- ,.... .... ..
. Oases ....... end Wt Ono I& *...,.-- poe M. 91. W.., ..

-, ail --.a. Omme TApsl/.Im1 I JKAS 1 mares. 14.a4 a..,. end ...,,. J
CALL C8 POI AU. =i QUlfJl.JYr It ,....-.. ,limo" fops ... be. ..eae ewe the. abnee
Hems fw Trawl ... (1wdad ..., ...(etma *. 1.1-;,.iiMW
ntornco MATTDIconrrr .4 TPe eeoIres Pirul.ibl OHMaM UM <4J ar..a.c I .... ... .. .
0 I Mawr M . on 4t.b/. .,.... tenf.a CLAY MIT Rlaeu 11 IW.atTn r=) JUt KTOIIfl.U.0 4.. T/ -..-. t Jbl.y'a, rtrMMf BMMft.
cstxsccvrneew Or sVteVSI t*. ..1 .. rr. ...' '
j MOOUtJt SMUTS, Joe a*** **** faM( ** <..

M4-SIM rr s-sm Hrt .. Jadauellbr w


- )



l IS NEW FACES I Hospitality Hints]1 HAPPY NEW YEAR

The Dash Does It
(Some of the important new County officials who will take over next week)
According to the latest profess FROM YOUR FRIENDLY A&P
dons! information,there arc 224 .t
mixed drinks-including 158ocktalli
-trom which to chooM A 1 i) *
In case you are hot, or cold or ,Isla. ;
ret, or dry or bored, or eon '
vlalj if you have something to I .5'I A&P WILL
celebrate or with jou did, or had,
: last nights) if you are alone-or .
if somebody it with you. NEW YEARS DAY
T Thl information comet from I
.n encyclopedic work called the '.
Provisional Mixing Guide" ,
r.T 'Which. in addition to the other WHOLE
pertinent advice, proceed with
the recipes from the Abbey the Zombie,moving on .
into Swlulei of the West r
Indies, 18 different punches and ,
ten varieties of hot grog. j
We learned that 104 of ttta
mixed drink*-and Including! C9
of the 156 cocktalli-are only 1 "sott
possible as a result of the research q
r and development work ofDr > r t Mee f 1 I.k4 Iw
l Johann Siegert more than I I I
140 :years ago As Surgeon-Gen-
ral In the army of Simon Boll I
I \ar, he sought to improve the

fit:: appetite food of the the General troops could for whatever find I 2 TO 3 3-LB P

for them, and came up with a
I unique and zestful preparationf
aromatic bitters that has been ,
1 known as flavoring to the world AVERAGELB eL
for the past 100 yean as"Angoa- '
ura"-and is still manufactured; a
in Trinidad under the Siegert
formula. L BI
And, by the way do you know I I I I
>444, , how much dash": Is-exactly?
It I. I,4 of a teatpoonful. With - --
a little practice, we are told, you

leg ran become exactly very that expert much from release the "Super.Right" '4 Pork Loin Shoal!

Angostura bottle.

+ --=. i'>?;.<> u. suer- --- Country Cured 3 J Pork Chops

Notice U tirrtbr Slvrn that HOGJOWLS
the "nual torkholdori. mcrtliiKf
Jennings Murrhee of Keystone, who will succeed veteran The Hank of Oracle Park
Sheriff John Hall next week, sought& and won hU first pub- will t>. held In tbs Hunk at 0045 3to3Lb. r
f', H. lll.hw.r No. 17. uranst. J L
lie office In whit Is railed the most astutely devised local Park, Florida' at t DO o','lock C
( campaign put on by a newcomer In many a year. Murrhee, r.M., on. Thursday, January T. A\"K- 1'kfr 4 9
ti the first Thur.dnyaster
old University of nurldarn4ua. lots ln" LB'
Louis L. Huntley, a -yar
a son of County Commlanloner 0. J. Murrhee In recent th. first Monday In Mid. 27 t
Administration), becomes the CountyRepresentative fol'
(Business months has been pat through the pace at a number of month to dart, loirrelors 1.11 e"SuJl'r.night"
D. Sanndm. lluntley, an the ximlnv yes and to Inneaetrush
succeeding S. .
Sheriffs Association schools and more recently, by Sheriff other huxlnona al may. prop r1'
Orange Park (and Palatka) supermarket operator and for .rly rams before aM martin.
Hall himself Murrhee has said he would not move to Green OAIIFTII M ATI H* r',.h'..r
Bier chairman of the Board of County Commlaaloners, was Cove unless. he found that living In his Belmore home endangers 104.S1Cl
the only major foal candidate who faced Republican oppo
the efficient operation of his office.
-- ---
4 sition. He campaigned on a promise to aid (In the County's ]. IJroad nrcnsto.1,
Industrialisation and U seek remedies In the pittance paid

each year by the State on vast Stsu-ownrd' Blinding reservation Jf ccIFIED ADSFOR
.1 which the State now rams a profit of something Special! Aap
Ilk. UIUOO annually (Ion a $401009 Investment) RALE) I9 W.ron. Original price 11105 APPLE P
\Vent |I4'S. Call Ronald

Ulkes. t(4..!1J5' at home after
fk tk rte SAUCE
ISO ,.m. 10 to
- - -- I Ib.

FOR SALFt I.pitH maple 6 6I FAR t 9t 14 Lb. 39 C

ulto (double bed) and lit*
;: wool, rug. Call 1(4.121!. I ,,1p AverageSpecial

'101 per week guaranteed!
Fringe benefit Sale and Service Fan-Ceo Dried Blatb,.
uitar .
+e ; Work. Ago II.... Phone

ta Evergreen t 11SI or 711-tSII PEAS 12 or 240z.
lOc 19c
rvenlngs 1 and weekends). Mr. Pkjr. k

Thomas If-S4, I.?-.,

Special! Runnjfield Long Grain Fsney

.-- ...- -.A-.....

t .Jt.r'1D. RICE: 3 Lll.I'kg.: .. 39c

Special' All nuonHIC

Green Men. Thru Cove Thvrs.Previews Sprints. DRINKS 31:! 89c

11St P. M.

Feature lids PM ---- 1'KOIH'CK ,:oo.TI : <:iHiS47tt: !

See A Complete Feature As targe. CrispicKiiKUtmrrrm J :

Late. As I:)0 PM : : : : : '.?...jmuiiicGolden. !>> '% n g.'ML'WI'A PLAID ..

Friday I t'ul..1 a IU: PAL I Ripe.1IANA.VAH. I C1JU' STAMPS Pillk I

1 l ...................... .11., ,
I L. II. Lancaster, a return to the Board of County Commlstloners Hal. a Sea t PJM. ContinuousWed ..._ tOe \\' Ikla' soma p.,,'lIa..r :

Jesse r. TnN, former Supervisor ., Reaching In the wen out sore Intumbenl II. E. Moody Lancaster Fresh Orecn i i Our own lot l.r t-I

County School system, wen, ha ads down In his race to sue who wised perhaps the ..1..". tsmpalin la the ('..... .. Thurs. and t.rI (''\IIH.\O: ............................ .... Ik 7c i J Sl'T TEA: I Nte K\i\
Commlislon-Rrheol Board. rare, served a term e>n the a... ..... I
the late Illrrlt nuperintdenent of Public Instruction. tNpN -
feed Lang as l>H. It. II, Jan. ISaturday. Firm. Ripe = raw I
Tjnea rare aislnat 11. ('..I.ln'Ikoel devolved CmmluJn four years .|.. TOM I.\T
principally oa tho present secredllatlon and academic euaHflcatlona fCWES fJA\j(1 ih.. __ ._.______ ____________::1
{ of Tyne ... run a fulty-aecrtdlttd school) ., *> tk \ .
and llcert promise U achieve accreditation wlthUs ash I Jsae Parker UMON or : -
f ,H time following his ,,",,ten. Tine polled men vole L "ERN T BORfNIN! : :: ;

e than any other. a4.|.U loral eandMaU.Ua PINEAPPLE ; STAMPS PLAID

fk CR fill I
Pf&fL aYt PIES I :I' with ibis e*.*.a a purr h.e..r J
p Uri l MMU U,kl nest ta.. ,... R!.
i 'r & CHINK TINA 3' l.iO Sfj:

....... reed r1.. ..- .... I !
I ft.. I"'" ,
1 t.t.b. fL( t. :

J..1 39c L.-! -..._-......=d
r }:.nch _... -.._.----.---...-.-.-.......
'1111: CADDretatHat
:-.Z.Ia.IJI: I

i Jerry L ate Jane Lb. &bt PLAID
-and"mnAnmC- 25


atarriag Tstfe Bry*aev9om. SuiMffWU Frooeo) lea W I with till ..._ .. peen.... .r I!:

WAFFLES f I 10Uaioei 1 < hill Au( hn MXWI.fS iris. P11.3Jo u 1,;!
,, Most. sM I a' ..... .... .-. A..1 :
sad r. s.a o
I. 4 I

1JIU1IIWWEll ONION SOUP MIX . 31< !!t !t1.i'.;

at A - -
t HtSHTJaoMry mifll""m
---_ -
FiT; 2l B. tr 'III
i t.eAf Aa111s1b r1.1.r
Stamp* -a Ill
I Glen AIM Otu,. Pert end JwhseiUM ......... 1.1 sad IPAILSAFI w""n ...'. _... A. .-.... II ...
.UI take seal. Us. ..... el Paine lMru..* -, ..
k* *ef a ** M u11)011'i
-...... ....-.. .. : ib! ..
I ..eedt.t W C. deny .U. nt.*4. Atlr.d. e a.. has bees .... .. ....
RsiW.f,MMdlrkurg.keat easths p.llUtel soes .c, stteesdtog. .1" Lees SaaW, ere.1In.a al W. behest. pea..d |UXOrSMt. A.... CW... Cm 1p.lag.. aad .- -::.':::.'.-' I
) .
out I Rtkool. Hard ssMMiWr (a..4 rluUmaa t., I .... *r.e. Ma etMlM. W eip..(*4 U west ......, with ,.. strwriaW 111.1"9 /1'AY tIM a.y.l1. L m .
|4r of pests) Jark \rttk.lsMk B.Wy flfUM a vtoraMttUeUsi .. .4r.4 .In a pauses *. tales the. .-..... beech. U. !rI.!'! '" _J..'. sse./J ,
well luwvm amt. the (basely, .atvd .at was sad I* aW.taUo ttte s..-..........We''d. etalrU .... prWt la Ufa A4 are g.M +. I SIiAM1MIMIWI ! .

1 ea1W... af Ue cla. .*a4 peUtkal ..atp.a


'' iMYrMMa' ....-- r ."*,,, 4. I. .. tl
l.Jt1I. :-1

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2009-02-24setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The Clay County crescentClay County Crescentdc:subject Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )dc:description b Additional Physical Form Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Dates or Sequential Designation Began July 15, 1927.Dates or Sequential Designation -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).Oscar Johnson, editor.Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).dc:publisher The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.dc:date December 31, 1964dc:type Newspaperdc:format v. : ; 36 cm.dc:identifier (OCLC)000579539 (ALEPHBIBNUM)sn 95026712 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange ParkUnited States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs