Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00073
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century (/3 Your Best Medium

E1TIIaUU1IUtbCaCII s-teaiier For Local News

inZz1unty: : And Advertising


Blnct 1151 Absorbed by Purchtte Merger or Succculon, Tin Florida News, Tht East I'lorldl.in, The Pvnlniuli, The t frrnnnma Counvi", aCe ;llnnd City, Ff rimra.n" onwrvrr Fertmnrtinii Erprons. The Ft.rn.,imllna Now, Thi 1 Icirlda Mirror Tl,. N.ih uu Count) Star, The KFcinumlini \:."., Ilia rtrnundlm Record,
Ntwi,Rtcnrd, Nassau Courtly Lender Tht Outlook, The I 1'lorld.Hi.oral. NCAI, The I lernandana News. The buicunrer.


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/idjrndin'Don't Issue/ Taken With Charge We Recommend Haydon Burns Voter TurnoutIs

( \n rilitoinlilli : ) Heavy

I \\' our //nuntil; / )' douil' anil, / ,nn' /In /L,'" ll/
<> Of Voting Irregularity Hint' [A'I'I'II11'' // l>/>l>llllllHll\I '/ l lii till I ',"I II /: ,ltl'l/ ',Illllti/ ,/Illll/ lllllllllute /'.

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I Television and newspaper mm.minti Thos J. Shave Jr.. attorneyfor I/It/"d/ 11//1// 1/1/ lAt*<',n",ill!/,. l in, "liflnn/ Sill I 5, n tutu/ Expected Tuesday
Slate Tom the Board of .
of Commissioners
by Secretary County
-- Pull/ ?). Hiili'nit IWII'y/ liftin/ i /l'iii\innln/ I"" OIlS las /k.
Adams has caused considerable made the call to Adamson
,I 1 ininilli'! / lull I ,\ti/)"<'/n inn) ,Mift/Hiil/ / V I IIIIH,, in tlii" k k""II'/'d./ /
concern and discussion In NassauCounty Tuesday afternoon and was' Inhumed
t fail to vote Tuesdayl! llml/ lie ; \liil ill In'; nil/ Imnliiliiiltiin
| this week. by the Secretary of Stale inili ) / inn IIII"11"I\ / J I -

On the premise that Nassau Included Nassau in a list u( ter and lend his findings to the I lee-i" ml mat f l b" tin, i\//>iinnir nf f 11, Inniiiilli,, ,// nnilii/ /In/.* ill', 1 cliiiinu,, tlu M'l'ond! primary pnsiil In 1 his Md,) fir icclxliiiii'' ,, l In Jim' Ulnf.alc!( me R"I'killlIhl/ ( !

County has been placed In a bad counties where voting Irregular-! News-Leader "tit linn?), //IMC/, a fifti' / 'i'"-)'i'in/' 5 it ittili'tiliiHi' / / /, /1"'II.Ii./lII} /lin\" I campaigning,
light election and clficlals a stigma and attached to I ties occurred The Tuesday mom- I On Wednesday afternoon a tele //If'd' so iimi'\\/lnl iil/ kiiiHin", iniil! inliiiiiiil 1/,1/\/ / procedures, Ing Jacksonville Times-Union also I gram was received Irom Adams bus. on TIII.I.IV to vole fur tliihf 2/'H!/ ; \s iileIn,, 27'U In 1\1I-1\'IIIIt'I' live olhir candidates
The Joe 11.1111I1,111'm!/ / lluiiiluiiuiul! / nt\/ /hugs / ,
I have taken Issue with the office ) f'IIK.- : .
Included the same chirge In a which contained In full the report ,ivui, 'itc' i.iiuliel iteI Two in he I' inillilales, wcie in (hi' weic (in the fIrst primalyII .
of Secretary of State for charges Adams I of Don Duden I'd t irs /llml/ I')ie'fiI'I/ / joul "fu mrs it inn "., p(sItu/' ird Him mill/ n I
news story quoting a special depuly In this county four races are firM 1 pi I'II1I1I1'yIII
of voting Irregularity, Both charges I According to Adams, a candidate from the Secretary of Stale of. 51111fllt/ ) (lilt! n ilnayil,) untnfunit' / / 11I11111"' fli f ,the/" ininlImnilifiil / I I ibiinu mniiiLjv contested, by candul I the ni '(' fin, Supnvisni\ olRe I .n'rv !Poole! mid C. 1 I'. i lliulvKulliliniisir I

made are untrue and the result of I lor office In this county had fice, who was sent lure at the request (lull! l H\llinn!; { ;in /tininitiini) ll\/ i eru'av' .1\1//< m .lies who g.lined rum If spots 'gist i'nl) "sp, "III'lIll'd, (I hv the le. (' are mklnit, clull'ni'
mini ("uI1lIl1IHslu'lI'r
Improper reporting by a deputy of been Involved In the actual tabulation of John G, Bairow a can. 'Inn In'i')n sled/ at tin itHhliiinling/ / / innni/ In Ilic fuuiffiuiu/ / ,,if b.I alter I Hie' In"si unstop. tire'mi'in of Mule B. Slums. I Dm as IHMriil One v Incumbent loot fiom re
that office (For full details see of absentee voting and the dIJute for olllcc, to observe election I Inn, '
niud 2jIII1t.s()() < In the 3.man
story In this Issue) of OK canvassing board procedures In the .
c'uttnly.Dnili'n's '
I )JiC tint tnir, p it'fin'iniilitni tin 1 InniiiilniHml,, / in n rue In 21)74() lor htstl is.isaian'r In the I
Adams also said that In one I report as contained In ; "Fiesta Of 8 Flags" Set June 3-10
The City Marina and the FlorIda Nassau precinct a deputy was not the trl'lIram.I as highly favoi- liil-,1i/ eu/u/ oj/>f'}ilni/; uilliniil/, a ii II"I/ t/ilii/il/ mil! in il.fI'fllf' / iliM 1 pi'mi u'vIn .

Welcome Station will be featured -I In evidence: able to Nassau voting )pioccdurcs ) il /III'w's fin I/if/ f/;/hf'/Il/ nl /11< I/.IIIII/II. /,'! S tin i 1'II'e fir County Commit

in the September Issue of I Becoming concerned over this but in the too areas to whldi Adams .'\iiur/ //uuu lilli/II/, illt, in tnti/in/ niniiiluliiiin' I /1'1111'111/1",, / I With Many New Activities Planned S' liiluu'r list" I District( Ihru. J. !I".

the popular national magazine alliKcd voting! Irregularity and the had culled attention! the re- ill''1' till' nf /Inif ilifniM/ (luililmlinn/ ; \ / lliiinliu/ u ,1/11111 I p ihiminnitinn / Johnnie, Claxlim and .1.mm SI ,

"M..tor- Boating', along with atliima attached to NJSSIIU dec port was found t to be In criorRcgaicling mill mil, ml liutlin/ unit Ill Mills liiini cimuiilltec 'huh', I xlimleil: S .1 I,minis i sic'\i'IK' uic necking the.muiiiii !
< / )/ /mil / / inililun,, it< '//1'1/11.1/ ( ( lo n full is ','k, ,linn :J.I .ilion' Slcxins led In I he (Ii.
olfldiils, the r- Leader the statement made
other local points of Interest The lion e" On iinir- oiiiniinn/ Imtit, ti/iicu/ 'ntiil I llu/ I 'mini/ \lutn/ inan / nun this wuk give nil 1IIIIII'II11uIIs I trl.) many I"'iiMa "III'.IM"( mi. lunm ,nun Hist riice with 2:';lil
I I began a probe Into the ihaiKts, by Adams ef a candid.He being I I'limny
aillele will deal with cruise
a I hilt( the 'il hiaih 11I1I1I1I1II', ,
aniui ipiuli II'd. xiiih tin hiivlssriiuish'uiiIliliiii.
iijliiinl;' ; iiilunil/ )' in l fiiu'e'igs tiiiinliii\I I IInil, / t-\l//u'u in-"' ,' .. an vnliH tluxloii Kiiimd the iinioll,
subbUntlitc Involved In I tabulations of ,
Finding nothing to voles "
from Charleston, S. C, to St Augustine 1'1'11 hl'allllll, I"iiHlr of 8 H. I. '
inn /In "I f mil/ tnliit/ ill iniliiiunn, lloinlm/ /lt' ill ms | ol r:luhlHigs with( I 1171! I 55,5(5., IhN suit tile
and will cover 8 pages of the chaise of Irregularity tin Duden report/ hud this to say: I' l gt ( I n> /tin .1//jmitIIKI will( be nni' of tire bml to date. I Ill"'l'UI'hllll ," to he (invented In I Ivtoeveiiint on !
the widely distributed magazine. ,, l'ws.u'aII'r asked (hut Adams 'The canvassing picclnct/ re. I :IIIIII/ iniil cuss/,, ill/f',1/ ;,,"//I.I/I'i'I./ I lo Mis Jay lljilils, 1:1'11.: |io'i'husrtssuss't'n, Jniin1l>. inI oiiiinl.ssli,, was' Mil'all (I by II. SMe ,

Local dealers are urged to ur. I I be contacted by the' proper olli- linns Jjml absentee ballots: was 'I'!lie /liiilfinnt/ ,"illi' sloiy/ lint In'in, n I 1/111/, elfin/ /I ill ulinli/ ci 1'111 t'lloIlI'n11l11.'James I 11I1l'I puaili Miunds! al roll Hindi; Ki'uusht'ie.ts'iiii

range for additional magazine clals to determine the muree of begun at 8 a.m.. Wednesday May Ilium/ / ,' mid ,,.,,, U I F I 11"I''d', S AI'II1Sh'IIIIII!i hi .,
"MII\OI, / / ,u.s u/il lop / uliiiili, /lint/ /1'/11"/1/ /t linn : a Sliiimi >ul I IIm'I'! anil/ ,Missionof
and to notify the public when they I his Information, (Continued on piiitf two) I au/f// "I I mini,, ) it// lit, ni/irsI iniil, dpi I illll'I/ ,/ lit' /lininiiif, in Ibis''; I lie, Slu'uii|) I 1"1"1'1) : an all.il..ivMiiMc and (mils rurics lli /!tinlioltain(
lire ciniiulMilng( fur ilecllin lollu
arc available I See story "In this limn /linli' /Inn 1'11"hilll/ 11'/1''/ '' lit/ .,',n'','p /uiuu/ 'a luau inIliniilii ) E. Beard reKlivul/ lot,"' "hlll('" and I Distill I rue Heal the Conn
Issue of visit here by !\IotorBoating" : .. ( on
niiii.ii .
editor,) Baccalaureate For FBHS Seniors To Be / ulini'/ a /IKIIII/ the (:dliniil' .\\\liin/ /1'11/1.;/ 'mil lor II)IIIIUIM''h't s'ii.i't'' 1I1'111111'slml! l DIp; : /tcsi Iv Commission, viualid by Jim

.Mmu> Itnnn', / /' /jilnljinni/ tan, In/ tmlniMil/ / I /li,), ",'lid/lII, / if f Laid To Rest a (toininiiiiilv Sing /anil l luui x siipntr Thomas) Aimslioiig had I 1111 volci

Signs play an Important part In Held Class Set I ntl,)' tMiia" 01 f NII/if/ll/ / / anil till minimi/ Inil'i,, / II/,' /Im'oll i s I to ho hUDiiHuuil, by use! Mliuslellul/ in thus first pilniaiy lit \\:1:14:): loiHlKkinb '
Sundqy Night Tuesday I ilhum In the 4 m in rue
any political campaign and at that .1 ioiind/ finaintul; u/i/Jioutli/ / / lloiidm/; itonnniii/ / [>/ii>iUnis In Bosque BelloFuneral I Alliance. : In Hie only oilier county- race,
time add Interest to the campaign L, A. Hiiclra, iluiliman I if the'{
The Senior Class of 1964 Fcr. Also In keeping with the graduation / John Hi'in'y Bianillis and Ilalpli
Once election li Shrimp race uiiniiiinuil
over three
an or a can.
didate Is out of the running the nandlna Beach High School, will activities, Class Night will A utll, { ,liliinnril,/ adriiuitelv liniinrtd; e,slle'e, and innvnut ,,;. for, James Edward entries lo dale, The! Dixie QII"I'U" N llliIts are seeking elulion asConstable.

same signs become eyesores Many be honored at a Baccalaureate I be held Tuesday evening, May 28flt I /)' &)'.1/1'11// ) / inl/>al>le of! mating tlif, innh( nf! n iAi /ua /hi-i./ Brand, 20.year.old sin" of Mr and by Jee Irlimall I lie "0 & B1 by .* In District S. Hicks led

first primary signs are still up In service Sunday afternoon at 3.00P 7:30: In the high school auditor. I hug; /srustulaliusn.f'l'e'H ;/ ". Mrs. Janus A. H'ml.'a lipId Cecil U 111511. /mill the 'Big Sis' In thin first primary with 417 voles
,M, In the school auditorium turn, This is the time when TllrdllYl1I1'l'nl10n/ nl I h,' Hi' In lul fur Brandies Only voters
high out.
Nassau County that have no bear. I / gus's in aildilinii/ ;/; In ,mil t\lnlp/ iii\'a tn mitt, tin I HIBiiDt by Alvin i.. Dickey out if hiMurys .
In 1'ieclmls 10 11 and U: vote InIlils
standing seniors awarded for I ist Ch II 1'1'11 with Inll'I'ml'lIt, I ) )!
Ing on the second primary, In the Delivering the .sermon III be the are ('dlllllll//wlllf''f/s; /, ) /llir Inil Applications are being m1. ,
interest of much more attractive Reverend Nelson P Mover of the their services and abilities during following/ lit Bosque Hi'llu/ ('erne- I' tcpled by tcndia( (lr the Chum rII'I'i
thoroughfares for our tourists, I It Memorial Methodist Church. Offer. their high( school careers I llditiviinl; ; fiiiamnil, mil; tn iltm; fll"I/"If',, ? / nt \, hip. ber ol ('(11111111'1'1'1'. Hunts not enter. Added to the unusual Interest In

seems little enough to ask that all Ing the Invocation and benediction The Student Council will- presentan .1 t nan Coinlilulion/;/ ; wlntli/ ; I' lIIatsII"d/ ,., II 1 lou/ i"I'/ ntnditiuns. The Hiv linen Williams, fin'tri. tug the compitltlon me Invited to the county races. Nassau voters

signs be removed as soon as pos will be the Reverend Donald H. award to the outgoing president I ; er pa lol', ol He luted at the church | enter I she parade of die' 'orated bouts 1 me! fallowing a strong Interest also.
sible after the second Himmelman of Prince of Peace and Taylor Publishing Companywill sirvlce' at 3 00 P 111. and at Krave. Immediately folios-lug the In the nice for governor of Florida
primary on Blessing/
.1 t [hitter// Im/ iliinntt/ / / fin iinnim; mid/ indsusluy.// side .
Tuesday Lutheran Church. The public Is award the Pirate Editor for of The Meet
af tin/mill/ / u, iimlin 75' Jimmv dlid Sunday, nf Injuries In Iho flint piimary Nassau gave
cordially Invited to attend this special the Outstanding Yearbook I'ln/io/ ilii/tiiiint/ 'snuu ra5 //unlii" (Continued on page two) I .
service, 'dma Beach High School Fernan'I' ,,'f/II//IIIIII'IIS; / ,uuibeau/ Ise'a, In iuiu/as// ni's' tin/ tnmi\l/ I/mi/ ; received In an automobile ace I.I I. lluydm llmim, mayor of Jackson.vllle
Our congratulations to Police 1 ', a majority over all other
dent at lUUIwinBom
ent awards to seniors for most Im.provement He'ua.
Chief J, R. Parker for his efforts I Mnv 10) IM4') lit Hulnlirldui, Chamber Directors five candidates Burns received
to further his knowledge of proper Kiwanians senior year In, grades outstanding during athletic the Iinr; und eiimil iijiliniliininifiil/ / /; / nf Ilie'' li'/:'nluluii/ ', I Gu. In had nindi his home In: I 32011 voles to MW() for Kibert King

law enforcement. Parker has recently Enjoy ability 12 years or more), Best.All. 'I 1'11'11'11'11/1////; // nf llir/ .\ : I
graduated from a course Around Boy and Girl I\and an OutRtaiidlng hand! its/ MI'H ;inlnnil/ intniliri/;,' / I for the past 10 Yl'al' ML wan u i Hear Johnson On him In the! second primary
in Criminal Delinquent Behavior And Folk : member of the election, ,
with of !'A". The Religious Scholairttc AchievementAwui'd Hrjniij: !__nj tJu' :' iiHtn/ lni!:)/nii.* imiinvr" mid' llir, Iny uII, First Baptist L Also lilt -
a grade course for the Valedictorian and f fj CliurehHe i Sewer on :: .lIlUlJ1I11>l<'ini'! b"l- ,
'''''('ill/mi's, mid/ Intminililn" Extension
conducted In Jacksonville b1' t TWJ
f'Continued i'fliic )
was on
5. attended !' schools \ ,
'j j Scilutatorlan of the Senior Class public' iim iJ I ,
I ir.'r. > "
the Florida Institute for Conttnu Music Program Various service organizations In I .rrdiilnirlnnnriit\ { nf Iis'5)/ ) ;filMs)' /ln!!lnnnlim' ) / graduated (torn rernandlna Beach __ "

Ing University Studies and Park. the commmilv will also present' by 11II"11IIII'/ ; / / iltitr/ / tnjinimlili/ i fin H;//1': ii'a)' //1/11"/11'1./ / High School, In m. where he WUM,: | At a Clinmlier of Cimimeici1; Meeting On CC-UF
attended at night on his own flhi't'i iou; MundllY; dIrectors hi Hid, I
er BY TOMMY HALL The < Imiiinnl, Indium / I/il / /Inltn ; a /me'mix''r of the Junior and Sin-
awards to deserving seniors p / Mllf'/V eaIg/s I tuif/n/ infinmen /
) Set June 4
time. The course gives him 3 credit Rev. Don Collins and his wife Jaycees will offer awards to honor and irlmlr I imxtlionTin I IllIr Honor Society! member of tin Mavoi E J, JiiliiiNin, Jr. eli'liver Budget
hours for college degree 01 nm (if a mild airdromes,, IIPlias
Peggy presented a Program of Thespians, me'm hi'r of the Annual
undergraduate level as well as C Religious and hulk Music at the students B' having their I maintained cards all durIng A sand I is a Invninni{ vlnili lit,. Xf'II'I.I.wdI"i'I.I/ nay Iall for tlnee years, doing/ all the Hindi. icieiilly It. vuilons civic A nu. 'i'Unit of the Community

greater knowledge of this phase 01 Monday meeting of the Kiwanls I s on report i hiidimis', /,; inn eiidone, / I'in' tliut "",'1111111'1' innninrinlHnydon / /, art work In his Junior and Senior groups on hue city s proposed Chi'si United Fund Board of Diice/
the senior year Kraft Athletic I I r : 'lots Is set for Thursday, June 4. uti80l
his work. also. received su"A" sewer exlinsli.
He Club Program Chairman Oils HigBlnbolham 'Club will present a girl and boy Bums/ ns the 11111I'sl quali/iid;/ for nni/ gueSt fioi'- years. Jlo was C member of HIP ,
took I ) pm, In the coiilcrcnio, rum
in another course Introduced Rev, and I with' the, Most ,Valuable Pate I'I'I Cl suor. Chorus and a member' of Ihe band I Johnson/ said that/ the sulis of of Container Corporation of America .
long the same lines.. Mrs. Collins Award: the Rotary Club will award for six years H* was winner of I addresses Is to. acqialnt as many .

Mr Collins Is Director of Music the "Best.All.Around" senior; Klwanls I Pepsi Merit Award, and Ilio Sch- 1 as possible first hand with the!i The meeting Is fur a hearing on
The News. Leader Is happy tc I I clastic Achievement Award for I proposed program/ for the ext en. |'
and Youth Service at the First Club will Service
present ihu! recommendations of the Dud-
receive and publish letters to the Baptist Church of rcrnandina Award The American Legion will II Police Chief Warns of Stiff Crackdown I three )'elll'l, sum as well as the possibility of get and Admission Cimniiltn1, ( ,
editor providing they are not libelous Beach Mrs Collins the 1 I HP voted the Must Inlillie. lint illy HI''lIrllllthe water'- sy.Mi .
pliycd present a service award bused on wat Also rcnorlliitf, will be ill"b (.''('Iwk,
However, a number have been while Mr. hial In Iho Senior' Clans 'in 'Irom'/ the rllll'ldll Public Utllit !. 1
liny and
piano aecompanymcnt (Continued on Page Two) On Vandalism Speeding and Drinking 1 Campaign( fund Chaiiman, 'on pro.
received lately that were not sign. Us CII.lie .
Collins sang first a parody oi I was Imnoicil! as the winner' cf the' fjiiss, to dale,
ed, M- ny were well written and Billy Boy and then his 0"version : Iliyinler' "' holunililp In \Hlti2.! ; An saId thai the Commission Is Any charllabla organl/alli wish.

worthy of publication but none are of On Top of Old Smokey". Col. Corbett Selected Police Chief J. R. Parker IM. recent vandalli-m In which a oily itM, he dcnlgmd I In-! present desirous, of an ixpicsHlun' / from as' hill to participate In the (CUK

ever used unless they are signedby tins explained that the spiritualswith sued a strong warning this week bulldozer, was luuvilv dumuMd! I Cltv (uf> rcinuiullmi )Bench deal many/ vioiiiis as possible so Ilinl Hind Drive, may contact Fxtuni ;

the ai'thor. The writer may request which we are all familiar are Chairman to future violators In IheI ake of I'he vandals broke out all the I Jimmy was a snphiimoie, / at) their ills iuut'itu'' d"'lslun1'111( be one ('' ,i belt, chairman of the liiilU, [

that his letter be anonymous actually folk songs which have not CC-UF a rash of vandalism, speeding and | glasses on the! liinlriimiiit,, pI/III'IY/ \ (Continued<<: On I'aue Two) (Continued nil Page Ihrcel) and Admissions Committee
but we .tll 1 require that his name been written down, but hinded i I teenage beer drinking and poured sand Into (he! motor

be-on file. down from one family or communIty -! Budget Committee I The crackdown follows the most and Into the fuel tank, -- ---- --

tt lo another Among the rcllgl >us I Parker, In elllnu the costly damage .

The best la 4 plans of mice and songs and hymns which he sang I I !( n'mind"d tint the' mis 5 ins
men Whci President Johnson were 'Hew Lovely are Thy DwellIngs I Cxtccn Cpibelt, of the! Nassau Election Canvassing suflir Irom suih vandalism are

made a recent pitch for the distaff ( ", "The Love of God" and I 1 rcrtill/er aid Oil Co Inc. has been''Board Will Meet the taxpayers since the n,'pairs or, '
that women appointed chalimin of the Budiict '
vote In suggeslug more "The Lord Prayer new equipment arc! actually paid I
should seek government posl nod Admissions Committee of the I 19 A.M. Wednesday themRegarding .
Kcv Collins Is a Texan and received i lor by hia.r.__
tions and that witnens organize his theological training In 1 Nassau Community Chest.United ,I I ; the speeding l Parkir
send In of capable Fund. The Election Cinvasslng Board
lions names Texas, having received a Master'sDegree 1 said that the \heave milan if,
prospects, he probably never This committee will meet soon lo I will meet at 9 a,m, Wednesday
In Church Music vlmtois
III demand
dreamed that the first name sub discuss the buduct and admitting morning, May 27, to count abMn- summer care.
Fred Cook had as his /guut, D'in I ful driving and urgid 'daily
the Chest ballots and cspi
mitted would be that of Margaret of agcniles to for the Ice deliver official eke.
Walker one of the Fernandina (hut caution be obseivcd In areas
Chase Smith for President. coming drive this fall Their recommendation tlon results
Beach High School Teachers, Eddie where the! children of vacationers
.0. on budget and admitting The Board will be of
.. composed
McKendree presided In the absenceof I { may be walking!! to Ilio beach.
!! agencies will be presented I 1 Marie Struss Supervisor of .
Now that the ntl )poverty campalgn Club President Bill Webb Registration Parker said that beer drinkingby _
the Board of Directors of the
Is telling countless thousands to I I II County Judge J, E. (Gene)
teenagers Is definitely on the
Chest for adoption later this year Weathcrford and member of Hit
souls or the mis a
of probably happy .
Increase again and that
I Other members of this commit.
cry of their way of life, I wonder Calendar ForGraduation follows J. D Board of County Commissioners will bring stiff finis lie
tee Diughcrly
arc as :
how many will seek to better Deadline for curing absentee
cited that such offenses can bringup
J. E, VVeathcrford Bob Creek,
themselves or will be content to and B. L, Ttauschcit ballots Is todny at :S I p.m. Ballots to $:;00) In fines,
let an Increasingly socialistic gov. Set roubt be cast by :3 s pin. Monday,

crnmcnt take care of them May 23.Court. !
Seniors Set Fund Three Cars Involved
At Yulee SchoolGraduation I

Schedule of Events Raising Events For i of Awards \\n Mishap On US 17

Exercises for the Coming WeekendThe 'Set Friday For Near Yulee May 16

Seniors of Yulee High Sl'h'sllI III
FBHS begin with Baccalaureate on Sun- Senior Class of 11! of rcrnuiiilina i Girl Scout TroopsThe I A three tar eolllnlin oicmiid,

day, May 24 at 7:311: p.m. In the Beach llmh( IIch.sII, ill I Saturday mllrnlllil.1ol'ly, III, on U.
Junior Voice School auditorium The Rev Girl Scout Court of AwanN : S, 17 approximately,' thl'ee.alld-a.
Friday May 22nd sixinwr' a car wash and wax, and
will be held Friday night, May U
Senior Prom Ray Finklca pastor of the Yulee a cake sale, Friday. May 22, from half miles north of YulrcTroopir ,
at 7:30: m at the<< Junior' IHUi .
Sunday May 21th Baccalaureate Methodist Church, will deliver ; 7.00 a.m. until 3 00 pm. p C H Strickland Investigating
the Baccalaureate Sermon, School auditorium / officer, reported<< the I .f
Service 3 p.m High The car wash and wax will be at _
Each Troop will receive badges first \to be 1958 Chevrolet' wdI
School Auditorium. The Class Day program will be the 8th Street Sunoco Station. car a

Tuesday May 26th Class- presented In the auditorium on Prices will be $100 for a wash and Troop leaders will be assisted by. i driven by William Perry Ennls \\ALTEH: R. JL'ETT.NER, editor of "Motor lioatlni," in shown at the City Marina ns

night 7:30: p,m, High School Wednesday, May 27, at 10: 13 a.m $-lOOper wax. I Mrs Dot. Segal, District 2 representative Charles His passengers Whlddon, Hollls received Brlnson and ,I he received the keys to the city and a certificate to that effect from Mayor E. J. John.
Auditorium. Highlights of this program will be Why don t you have your car HOP, Jr. Watching are, left to right, City Manager David Gatchel, G. H. Vaas, Jr.
Injuries All three reside at I 112 .
Thursday May 28th Grad. the class history class prophecy, cleaned Inside and out for the Jr. ; Parents are cordially toJ!
uatlon Exercises Municipal Ball and class will Presentation of Sr. Prom attend. I Osbourn St, In St Marys Ga and Dan Pnugherty/! local businessmen, Cap). Shy Fodrie, Joseph Gribbins and Ethel

Park 7.30 P.M. awards to the Seniors will be madeat The booths for the cake sale will I I The second car was a 19f11 Falcon Gribblnx. The picture MBS mad. aboard "The Hattenmcal", a 41.foot yacht furnished

Friday May 29th Band this time. Parents and friends be set up In the business district In Fernandina Beach I station wagon drlien by Ororg by the Hatteraa Yacht ('0", for the crulne. (See story for additional details).

Concert 8:00: P.M, High are Invited to attend both of these downtown Fernandina I Beach Frank Alderman of RI 1, Yule I *

SchooJ: Auditorium programs I Cakes pies, cookies, and other tasty I Weather r *, Alderman and his passenger<<

Last day of school for children: Members of the Senior Class delights will be sold for nomln Did Elizabeth Crews, "both re. Fernandina Beach Included Boating Magazine Feature .

Wednesday, June 3rd I are: Rickey Bell Larry Bennett fees The class will operate a de.livery v I. Approved W'.lh.r StatIon celved minor Injuries ,
Jack Cook, Warren Davis, Ronnie service for your convenience << 110..11 71h AI Lime Itr..1 The third vehicle Invoked was
Key, Gary McClellan, Lamar Murray I Max Mm ROil', a 11 Buick convertible driven The City Marina and the Flor Fernandinu Biach will h(' In. featured/ bv the maga/lm/ !. Priv. ,
1505 Tons Pulp I Buddy Smith Truman Thomp. Profits will be used to meet expenses Thursday, May 14 86 64 0 I by William Frank Lnlli Lolll and Ida Marine Welcome Station con cluelid In an Space article whiihwill IOIH /Heritage' cruises have covered ,,

From Royonier Inc. (Continued on Page Three) Incurred by graduation Friday, May 15 10 SO 0 I George Rlouco, a passenger both I Imue to bring favorable( national ppiar in the September Issue New England. Tho Chcsa.pcxke _______
-- .- _. Saturday. May 16 76 68 0 I II of Naval Air Station Ok'no. publicity to rernundina Iliach of Milor Boiling. The fiu and Like Champlain
Shipped To ChinaThe I Sunday, May I 17 80 SO 0Monday Brunswick (il.. were un.injured Mere last 1I"'kla8 Waiter K. lure, will cover real of hlilorical I Purpose of the latent aitlrlii,

DON'T FAIL TO VOTE TUESDAY I May IS 90) 80 Ol I TrooiMr Strickland reported thai Juiltnir editor it the popul;ir Interest from Charleston S. C. will be lo entice boatmen cruising 1
S. S. Ames Victory arrived i Tuesday May 19 83 63 0 I the slalion wagon, had xtupixd, I national nimja/nie<< Motor BintIng t. I to M AuuiiHlim and will ho tilled! south along the Inlracoastul Wat.

early Tuesday morning at Rayon- Wednesday, May 20 90 M Oi I preparing to make a left turn ". and his a"lnlant) rriiiorJi the Siuilunnl) llinliiKe" Cruise'. ervtay In the full to slop along the

ier docks and loaded IVli tous of It's Your Privilege It's Your Duty ; The rinrlil s tuihtr* Public li ,furnlih lPliison: ) courtesy rn 1 I' The Chevrolet<< driven by )Knnn; -, pulp f fur Til' '*", (hiM |, Ltwls Notes Coopvrillv Obwrvtf (Continued nn PaK Two) turn and! Infoimition. of this area In a series of Heritage: Cruhes' I I (Continued on Page TwolJRAflX )



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News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, May 21 1, 1SJC4 1 !MY GAUDK.V 1)' For Alliance of "lance' subject to the approval ul Three Cars .
I learn more In my garden "Opportunities City the body.
Than any sage could teach j i I I See. 3. In the absence of the

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Precincts The miracle ct life Is ticre; I'Older 'Americuns"TherneThis Ministers Revises president the vice-president shall (Continued from Page One)
Voting The bloom of youth, I preside at all meeting of the
of the
611 'ASH STREET PHONES !M< US1 ran Into the rear Mnllo

?7" A John K. P rry Newspaper And Officials) Dazzling Muidy middle as the! age sun, ; i ,' I Year Its Constitution body Sec. 4. The secretary-treasurer wagon, which Buiok. In There turn was rammed npproxImntely m u

RUT ('.M**U, Editor cal M i I.mlon with the fruits 'II, shall record the minutes of the to the total damage
shall 11,800 m
PAID C1RCTLAT10N Of a grad life meetings of the body and
ADO Al'DITEU Thin month marks the sword Tim Ministerial to Strickland.;
For 2nd Primary annual Alliance of Fcr.nandlna all deposl'lnj I cording
the Post OfficeFeraandina I And Infirm and faltering: senility administer money
,4>ubl>h.d every Thursday and entered t observanoe of Senior! Citizens Bench which hat recently bank He shallkeep Ennis was cited for faulting!

.... ." Bench, Florida at cond claw null matter.Hakmrtptton I NO i Awiitllng Of the harvester the tickle mn" Month, according to R. B. D'nild- rewritten: Its conttltntlnn, will wit It In aa records approved: of ell rccclptt n 1111l'XIJendlurt's I, \me due rare and causing, aif\:ju; ,
\ Sure '
Plus Jacksonvl'Ie!: social security hid a rrcnlar' mooting until Son- and m ike a monthly! I dent.Tronpor.
'N' t. 14 a rear Vi,25 6 months 11.25 3 Months I Ift' Polling Phce-: Courthouse eat I >OJ'>.< district manager. tember Hth. However, all clergy bnclv.' I D C, Tini""l KM n
... $4 :So a year out of count Mediocrity\ Is there, ,MM," report of the same h the '
0. All.inllc and till Streets, For Coursou
I nir Tre theme this year It, "Oppor- men ff the- community, who are Interested shall notify members nf allni'eliltfs. puty Sheriff George aislbUd
Hiding/ In t'c shadowy:' < gliomOf He
namlina Brach, Ha. for older Americans,"
--- -- 1"nllll'l I In becoming members of and shall invite all oil. Strickland.
Clerk: Mary Agnes White. I 'I i We should not underestimate the i this organisation are asked to con. unlleI Ilh the

:jimes t 'Beard j Fdn Beach I Included! I Inspectors: Edna R. Wclmcr, I) Like Lawless greedy weeds, callous, men, //I".,'>,., Rlgnlllcant role older people can tact the Rev Nelson Moyer, pfls./ ghlf Alliance ministers to "Statistics! show that 9 out
ciiitimic to play us active' members tor of Memorial Meth-dlst Church,
Vcnlta S. Henderson I CirlnniPea. ARTICLE VI tullerlnit with
Offer nothing( lor the genml Efd r every 10 persons n
"fComlnufd! from Page OnciInrida I I II iContlnurd from One) :: I .of society, Ucnoldinn said and president of the organization, .
.* Freeman Kdthrrlne Hut.:) As they sap the: 511 ellgh 01 0"I, I I CommiltcctSec virus Infection never go to a d-
inline ,and treat themselves f> th- Fiats O. Mitchell: Hath J<'ycc. I Of the over nineteen million per. or th! Rev Donald Himmelmim. 1. Tho ProgMin CnmmUl'I: tor they attend the theotcj."
I Stafi' University( a memo wealth' of history In this area In mission
social developer or the Prince of of
I acne receiving munthly security
rrsprnsiblhty Grecncntlletlnd
,'ber) of the ROTC Honor Guard and' ; Foul disease, \ shall have the Ku untO l.cnnc'1!!,
1 local .
other NO. 2
addition Peace Lutheran Church and
P/lymeI": over twelve mil. sicio- member I t1) conductopening Graphic.WORRIED. ,
: securing a County
In all 11'lrlly/ Putnam
Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. \1'811 In connection with: the St> I (dry-treasurer. < f the Alliance.
Polling Place: American LtglonIInme. lion senior citizens get monthly < devotions for the regular
director (for FSU Homecoming Strikes d .WI the tics Uful! --
publicity In 1983. ber article, Jucttnvr said Ptlm-1 corner HI!) and Allantli And the gw.d e chocks, These men and women 05 The Alliance at the present time meeting of the Alliance ,
folder will be available Avenue, Fernandina Beich, Ha. : Murdcoui Insects steal In and over continue to milntaln a It conducting weekly services of Sec 2. The Radio Committee I '-

.:WliTIfe attending FSU he waiacsodaed magazine with a map o' th<- Clerk: Ella Mae Lambrigst.Inspectors : I To maim and kill' tin helpless, place In the community. I worship for the campers whn are shall be responsible for radio activities _

N : with radio itallou I leiton-St. Augustine! route, historl.. : Mary L. Leary Flo. !' Over tills: small realm Your mclal security district of. mentioning at Ft. Clinch State as approved by the Alii- Happy Says
WMEN ai disc Jockey, and was cal sites enruute, sumi-it' <,s uilormatlon 'f
flee at 621 Julia Street phone EL :: Park. Plans are also] In the Immediate :;
Ruth E. Mathcwl The ance
$ lui: inpuncer for the EducationalTV local recipes, etc. The rise L. Dudley, 4.7111, has a number of free pam. future to conduct a public! ARTICLE VII Lassene
A Intelligence
Maude Allen Smith, Mrs. Edna benign / ,
-ilatlon, being known In the icliier will be free for the price of I I -
service \>_ ?
Interest Senior ,, worship and in
I Dyess Grant. Melba H. Shiver, I Rules. prleti of special to picnic conJunction Meetings -
.,1lhaoece. area ai "Bub Robin a Sc stamp for postage Thelma H Thompson, Jimmy Lei He cares for the weak and dcfentelcss CUIzens. One that Is particularly ,I :; with the coming commun. All regular meetings shall! be \ ) Motor
,'.!.addition to hit parents, he Is "h'le visiting here Juettner and Townsend. : helpful In offering suggestions on Ity "Fiesta." i held on the first Monday of each

survived by three sisters, Miss Gribblni. secured Information on I Roots out that which Is of no account how to make the Golden Years ,The new constitution Is as follows month. Special meetings may be L..
Brenda Beard and Miss Maria I ton clinen: tile Marine Welcome PRECINCT NO. 3 ,I mere rewarding It entitled "Now : called by the president and one Co.

'Beard, Fernandina Beach andS I' Station, the Palace Saloon, campIng Polling Place: Auditorium fleeces I And, In due season. That You Arc Retiring.! Ask for I CONSTITUTIONOF: other member.
|>4 Jcanettc Beard with tne WAC lacllltlci at\ the park and other tlcn Center, Atlantic Avenue, For ,I Gathers the good and tc!: beast! Booklet( Number (33 THEFERMANDINA ARTICLE VIII 13DYTONA
Band .at Ft. McClellan. Ala.; a points of Interest, They showed a nandlna Beach, Florida. ful 1 : : BEACH AmendmcnltThis
brother Jerry Beard of FernanJaTh"a""Boach street deal of Interest In the era I MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE be amended .
I Clerk: Catherine M. Rhatlgan. Into his hntsnThat constitution may
maternal when pirates! used Fenundtna! asa p 'Of 8 I II .
hit gnndfaUten
; Inspectors: Lee W Morgan Vlr.glnla "! they may cheer his heart 'Fiesta 'Flags ARTICLE I or changed( at any regular meetIng
.trtnlh'lld and rendezvous' and
Martin 01( Iron (
Waddell favorable
This organization shall be I known
And him I of the body by a 'Vfl
Brown Lowe, Faye 1). La. keep crmpany.
will much cf this In their from Page One)
ar. (Continued
:'City Da,: his paternal grand. use Chance, Ava D Swails, Mis. Lclli; Even /no dut''! The Lord as the Fernandina Beach MinisterUI vote of (two-thirds of tie! members!
:mJEr, Mrs. Mamie W Beard or( : tide.Juettner. Alliance. It altaR have (
I Watch us. McClanc present, provided
'I B. Tester Dr. announce
Bald,,",: and an uncle, Horace 11.Beardtf 1 Gribblns and Mrs. I I 1 Even so doth He reward us Just before press time I thit motels:: ARTICLE II passed reading In a previous meetIng .

: Jacksonville. Gribuitu were welcomed by May. PRECINCT NO. 4 I When life Is done. I are coming In for the "Little Mill The object of the orginlzatlon not less than two weeks prior '

Active ,pallbearers were, Jimmy '' or E. ..I, Johnson Jr., aid City Polling Place: City Hall, corner I Herbert Luke Fiesta" contest, and reminds pat shall be to promote unity of spirit to the final action. 400 ULY
'Gordon. Larry Jones, Dean Oxlcy, Manager David Gatchel conducted 2nd. and Ash Streets, Fernandlni cots that applications for the contest i and work among the: Protestant 4'IOA
J StcveXhomas Bobby Fu<.tcll and p I Hum on their tour of the city. Beach Florida. I I will be found In each Issue of Evangelical churches of Fcrnandlrn "There wouldn't be any wars I IN F DR MAT I DR"UERDDUARTERS

Horbert BJWCM. The personable editor and his Clerk: Mrs. Ethel G. McKcndrec, Issue Men the News Leader Beach and vicinity. A'I li-gllimalc- If the nations Involved hall' to InyIn
Honorary pallbearers assistants were traveling on "The meant for the development of advance and could sec what
Inspectors! : SIr,. Dcllcy G. 501st Air Force Ccntlncnta
James Mock. Frankie Ilatterascal", a 41-foot yacht furnlshed D'I'I I (Continued from Page One) I spiritual life and the advancement they were to get." John Mav.erlck .
flown her ..
were'l lois, Mrs. Betty E. Beugnct Command Band Is being <
:iDaUd.. Pickett!, William for the cruise by the Hat. I of social! and civic righteousness ChcrrjvHlc Repub
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Irene A, Stcffans. Mrs. Lavnra L. 8, In the Judge's court rnom. The for the mammnuth parade on
I Terry Baughman, William teras Yacht Co. of High Point. N be .
In our community shall: employed. lican. -
Bunker, Mrs. Juanlta Thomas I' official canvassing board composed Thursday June 4. end will play I In '-,
Marvin Allen Cook, Malcolm lli'iidrlksJimmy C. Skipper of the yacht was Captain .
: I Coc.k.. Mrs Nellie' R Sh lInn, Mrs, of the county Judge, tax : conceit at 015 thit night at the
Ell 11111, John With Shy Fodrie. :
Fannie A. Davis, Jr, Mrs. Zulu] A assessor and supervisor of registration City Bail Park. Widely known Internatlonally
Bill! Davis, Gary WilhJerlngtcn
erspoon Bnucll, Mrs. Anna Uei.nas. met publicly Ia>> canvais the band gives command MembershipSec :
: Terry Babb and Terry About 180,000 persons will be
1, Any minister or assistant
the election. The county Judge exercised performances In Europe as':
Lehman. saved (from cancer this year Ac. PRECINCT NO. 5 ..
Protestant Evangelical
havliu minister of
I I extreme caution In directIng well as the United: States,
curding to the American Cancer Polling Place: Building at Five official of Eng church on Amelia Island I '...
'"" the canvass and prIor to played for 'the Queen
!'T"ied fish, like those at the Society, many of them will be Points Fernandina Beech, Florida, beginning requested that the land Nehru of India, and WRit; I shall be eligible for active mem.bersh'p. THAT OCCASION}
,Miami Scaquarlum, li really silJver laved bcraiite of Improved methods Clerk: Mrs Helen Joyce Brooks, Assistant Supervisor of Registration Brent In Germany. Race or color shall not ABOUT SPECIAL
: In color But when It Is re- of diagnosis and treatment. Inspectors: Mrs. Cleo E. End- I be considered In determining his
due to her candidacy for Su- beich,
moved from the water It turns a See your doctor each year for a dock, Mn. Amanda McFarland,, Carnival Dny at the sat'l I .
I bright red. health checkup. Mrs Carolyn) F, Music, Mrs. Mar. pervlsor cf Registration net accept urday, June 5, Is being eligibility. ; VIE LET YOUR MIND REST AT EASE
1______________ B. Johnson Mrs. Lillian H., a responsible position In the with activities tar all age groups I Sec 2. An applicant, meeting the
canvass This request wat glatityhonored Organizations are Invited to set ui qualifications for membet ship! as WE CATER
Mrs. M. Ham, Mrs.. '
Still Ruby ...
,. and the withdrew and booths for the tale of ford, drinks, I provided) In this constitution, shnll:
Mrs. men R.Umdicss
.- ---- For Good Service Carrie H., Sarah Tyson Williams Smith. ,, observed as a checker The official etc., t3 accommodate the crowds. be present at a regular meeting WEDDINGS, DINNERS: TEAS, PARTIES
canvas wan completed at I end emphasize the carnival stmos.phere. of the Ministerial Alliance end!

and PRECINCT NO. 6Polling ;, 4 30 p m. Wednesday. May 8." Proceeds from the booth' shall submit to the secretary In

Place: County Building I i The erroneovs parts of this phaseof will be retained by each sponsor : writing! an application for membership .: MABE CATERING

"' Products it O'Ncll. the report concernod thise conducting I Ing group.AlwPM I The application shall be
: Dependable I I approved or disapproved, by vote PAT MAKE Caterer Phone 261.5059( :;
Clerk;: Gladys M Mutt. : the canvass Thu c-nva s. one nf the highlights or
Mrs Edna L. Evatt.Irv with the of the Alliance, at the next rosulnr !-
Inspectors: I IL. I lag board In compliance each Fiesta will be the Beaut;
M Nellie Eistcrllng, Mrs Amies law was crmp 'used (If,f Cmmty Queen contest. This year contest meeting! at which the applicant -- .. -
Lasserre ,Motor Co. !. Wilder, Mrs. Magolluc M. ,I Judge J. E. (Gene) Wcathcrford, ants will be sponsored by Woman'i Is present. -- -

talker Supervisor of Registration Marie! Clubs In Georgia and Florida. En Sec. 3, Dues In the amount of
B Stress end Jim Th'mas. a I'I'I trams t will be announced In follow.: one dollar will be paid by eich : '
',Esso Service PRECINCT NO.' 7 I I I member nf the Board of County Jag editions, nf the Newt. Leedcr.I member each October for the REPOSSESSED /
Building '
Place County
Polling :
Commissioners.! This group was Creating the usual attendant In.. support nf the work of \tIre hody.I .
II'' Yulce, Yulee, Florldn.I .
I assisted by County Tax CllleC'Ior1 irrest 3rd annual > OIK I ARTICLE IV
629 S. 8th St. I Clerk: Loiilsp O. Floid. Ira Hull, win assisted as a check I' Invitation t will!lboWe Tournament' L'silt : ProcedureAll

.1 Mrs.Inspectors hattie: Hughes Sirs, Ola Mrs. Jon-s Dora,, I er. Nor did the deputy supervisorserve I, the Pro-am set for( Thursday J,me mocling will be- conducted, 1957 CADBLLAC
as a checker as stated but 4. end the 54-hole medal piny on In accordance with Rib rts' ll.Ic-s:
Mrs, Hester E Camp #
0. Swalls I
only as an observer.In Friday, Saturday and Sunday. So- I of Order.
jell Mrs. Thilma I. Johns, Mrs. I
regard (to the olhor charge bv riot events are planned for particlpmtj ARTICLE V NEW RECAPS 1964 TAG
Mary J. Amling. !! Adams that a picclmt was observed and for season ticket hold. t tM'S OfficersSec.

PRECINCT NO. 8 I I whne there was not ndputy <> 1. The officers of Ibis body

Nassau County .1 Polling Place: Masonic Temple i i In evidence, Dudrn's rfpfrf The annual "Fiesta" Ball will be I: kh.ill be: president, v Icc-presldi-nt" ,

; Building! Milliard, KlorlclnIcrk :: hid th s to BUY: hrld Saturday! evening. June 6, following and eecrctory-treasurcr, Those of.fleers $340FLORIDA
( : : Mrs. Esthsr I Wnde.Inspectors' "Dcluecn 8,30 am. and 900 a. I I Ihl html presentation of"Romance slinll bo circled at the September .
: Mrs Belclii Pbvne, m at the Yulee precinct 1 did "" nf Ulglit Flacs." Tommy : meeting! and shall assume

Goes For Burns Mrs. iK-llle 1':. Hilling, Mrs. Roto not oh'ervc any Individual that Tttman chairman nio.ir-c: i the duties of tlicir olflccs in ()c.
I Imlscn' Mrs. Anne H. Billfold. gave iipenr| .noc of being!! a dt"-1 this will be a costume baUI Itb lober. NATIONAL BANKAT

I 1rs, Caroline U. Smith, Mrs. Cots putv. All other precincts hire optional. I Ito See 2, It shall be the duty of
I Ii II[, Johnson, Mm, Lccma D.I Ennis. hud clp'.ier' plain clothed deputes I Residents arc Invited end urged/ the president to prt' lde at the
I wearing a badge or uniformed deputies lend\ their tuppart to Oils: big I Ho FERNANDINA BEACH :
of the sh.ill
r 'tc meetings body.
PRECINCT NO. 9 i I attending all events
i I on duly.I I rlc-bra'lon by
the committees of( (the AI-
Hall, Ililurd. erO'acteuiLeut.ise '
Pilling Place: Town The I News-Lender md entering, or Inviting friends I
: ----
I Florid i. rioncl. who served is clerkt :md groups to enter as many of the
Clerk: Mrs. Mary C. WIlkinson I /,t the pieclml t In <|"iotil' n. anl activities as pisslble.: i
t Inspectors: :M" Dntolhv H"Kuehn she sl.ilcd 1: IVit both tip ttiei as1ilgmcl I
; Mis. AmNcy\ C. WhIte : to that: prtcimt::: were there1

: Mr.Iyyrn'tl.! J. Simpson. Cath- from 7am. tail' 'I the precinctclosed BaccalaureateContinued :

rlnc Smith Johnson, JulIa: J. : In tiring the "loUrns lilt'' I
luorc, Mantle R. Hcmlersi ''I the Heplslrar's Ufice In h'trnas.lina from Pace One)

., PRECINCT NO 10 Beach. lenor, courage scholastic abil.ty, :

Polling Place: Town Hall, Cal : Also coiilac'cd was Ward Dale, md leadership. The Dantorth() Foun- DON'T FAIL TO VOTEIN
.. iban., Florida. I lone of the two deputies assigned alien will present a service award ,
Clerk: Mrs. Jennie S. long.Inxpvclors to tie Yulee precinct, win slated lur[ outstanding spirl'lal' and IcadTShlp '
: Mrs. Bosslo OliilUell that ho and R'ilph Wrlsht! the qualities/ and Daughters: of
i other deputy, wire there from .Ittex'nieg will .
Mis Maxine B. McKen.ire I ; he American Revolution! picsnt
I rf the polls until the clim. Award t
Mrs. Beatrice O'Quinn Mis. ( ; ; a Good Citizenship THE
ierlrude I' Meredith, Mrs. Mum3 inn of the precinct. lie common'ed Commencement Exercises! will bo
: I 3 Jones, Mrs. Dora Dell Biookis that. fond was brought, In to rid In the City Ball Park at 7.20 ,

.. .... Mrs. Edith P. Flynn. them so that they could<1 remain ',,Si. Thursday May 23. I
I on duty without Intl'rrllpllon. The public IN cordially urged tn I
: -, 1 PRECINCT NO. 11 In one other part or his report, iltend the functions of the Seniorlluss 2ND DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

Polling Place: Health Clinic In Duclen was also In error, He noted of 19134.Trade.
Irandles, Building on Oak Sired. lust absentee bnlli'ts wore mailed I

I allahan., Florldi. with the application for this tuatl 'I I

I Clerk: !Mrs. Lucille W. Spurlock. under the sumo envcr. Priprr ip- At ,Home TUESDAY MAY 26
I Inspectors: Mrs. Lucinda OglU lic'altnui. he xnlil should hive I ,
: Winnie flume M.shcresa iM-en received prior t Is the ma:ling -
IP Roy, Mrs.
I \ : : I
8-lomnn: Whltlemore.; : Mrs: of the actual ballot.
Mn, check Into this revealed tha'
llatlio t l Eiln Uht lnhotl"lm. A
1 I Jessie G, l.avlon.. Mrs Margaret a recent ruling! has .iid: t'l.il' : llui Watch OURRIGHTTOVOTEISAHARD
Burns Received One of His Biggest ;1 Elizabeth Boise I Mrs. Stella Fran- I II procedure Is prol'l'rt .' t time'

rca Evans. does not permit( the mniliiiR of the "Living Words"May24
Majority Percentages In I': application and .ubsl'qurnliy the
!: PRECINCT NO. 12 ballot. :

Nassau County In The First Pri.. Brycevlllc' School House, Dr'ct"1 I In the fivornble put of the re WON HERITAGE
"1 itle. Florida, port. )Dmlen avs "the May 5 pit- thru

1 Clerk: Sirs Mary Lrom :Meads mar)' was conducted,, \ In n very 29
mary. Inspectors: Mrs. Will w Mac iinlerlv prolt' ,lollal miimier, un May

I Kant Mrs. Marhn Shirley Parker dor the excellent guidance: ; uf1: ,*, nt EXERCISE THAT RIGHT
I I Mrs. J)II'"Ihv Beatrice Nobles! Marie n. Stiuss, supmlior( nl AND
Let's Mdke It An Even Greater | Mrs. Smile Joe Hunt Mrs. :Nellie regiol rat hun." 7:00: A.M. Sundayand

1 \\. lloyd In another part of the rrpoitho '

;Margin of Endorsement In The : also had Ibis of\ the tn Rav sating: "The process administration 6:39 .A M. VOTE TUESDAY MAY 26 :

I Heavy Voter at the various.. precincts wis well ,
Second 'Primary. I handl.'d.'oh'n were signed up, Weekdayswith

'I (Continued from Page (One) I checked off guided to open yu'tistt' .
I m.ichlnes where they voted and

ForOurOwnGood lot will be the names of Demo moved out of the buildings In a .
: cralle and Republican delegates I speedy and orderly manner." Rev. James D. -Elliso

I I who are pledged to cither L>ndin Rector of the Good Shepherd

Let's Elect ,Ill: Johnson. Barry Goldwater or As Is usual voting begins:: al.* r Efkettwl Church II.
,' have no preference a m, and ends at 7 p 111. Immediately I la Ftnumd.ia; Beach
:i' Other candid ites to be voted on I following the closing of the FLORIDA National Bank
I "re those sacking election as Democratic paIls the results, as they come In, I <<

and Democratic National National Commttteemnn Commit- of will the be courthouse made public en at a the bulletin front onPOWERFUL (J'II'IF:; !NtTIONAL II IUMM W CROir THRriJRIIIA :

<,twwrmnn titan cminlorpnrts.as well lIS their Repub- of board Registration.provided' by the S-ipervlior CHANNEL 12

Since the party offices lengthens\ Abol'nlre'otrs will be counted

tin- ballot, rnnsldenble, those In. Wednesday, beginning! at !9 n m
''' tcresled In this part of the voting by the canvassing hoard and "of: t WFGATYJacksonville

;i are ursnl to study 'the sample I final results will be rrll/lot'd l lVollng ,
Paid Political Advtrtlument ballot at the voting precincts bo. precincts and ofllclaU
I fore entering the vutintf booths. arc! as folluwi:


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News-Loader, Fernnndina!! Reach Florida: Thurnday, May 21, 19(54( Page Three
Chamber Directors _

Band Seniors Honored At Banquet Monday Nights lli.il I Continued In coinpiiiiblc from with Pane the One I feelings Historical Spectacular To Highlight IWeek's

of tin Kitntcxl majiirilv)
!t Sixteen members were honored Aster a lenKlhv question notsewer
Monday nljjhl at a dinner for seniors period, the ClmmlHr ill'' of I
In the Kcrn.indin.1 Beach High "lectors agreed, to study the pen Celebration 'Fiesta 8 Flags'jlr
School Band, The annual; affair a.'
gram further and render an opinion '
1 held In the high Mhool cafcterli
s 1. at the next scheduled! meeting' the which' Center, and on Sunday comes one
with the staff preparing the meal ; Gieuor MaeCrieuor, 31-.N ear- )JI'W! scHlelv piev.iihclelurlns
and mothers of senior member The directors heard a rc'porl old, hamliome Scotsman; and the Spanish rule In tAU. of the most unusual event yet
d"lnlIhe/ serving/, liiini Mn Jay Builds on the up. tir.indson of the Laird of Invrrar- and ni.mv ullicis, will be narrated Maxcd at any of the annual Fiestas
coming Fiesta and smiled, hn Rev Don Ilimmc'Iman lien- Shrimp Boat Race, Shrimp
Paul Bums, outgoing vice president dine, who look Fernnndina In Juneof by as a
a, of the Band Parents Association *;(00) lei assist with tin I'XJ1eu.I'HlI..t 1817 and ruled under the Green oral Clinch, porlraxecl lln HCCIIIS b\' I trawlers from fleets In all the sur.
i sus I Mill be Incurred, of the Claude \Mnilale, rounding areas are expected to
Cross of "Iorldal'as one
served as master of iciemonlet I
As birds chairman, Mrs, Bar,
: I for the banciiiet most flamboyant If not "the" I The Ballet Guild dunce'.is ul ronipc\ 'to.
\UU told of the events tluit arc being
) : at Following the Invocation, Dunn scheduled! and of the pinitrpkion most to rule Amelia Island If only Jacksonville will be featured\ Also on Sunday will be the! an.
asked for a moment of silent petty briefly, Interpretive numbers, an will\ daneen '. nual Oulbonrd Races sponsoredby' :
er In memory of a former member each to dale I With hid beautiful Spanish wife, from Julannes SchiHil of The- the rcrnandlna Beach Boat Club,
i/ of the band Jimmy Beard, who Rudy York, chairman of the'' who spoke no English, MncGrcRorassumed Dance and The Bean !School of which eich year draws participants
M L dd; N died In s automobile accident Sunday $.">000 Kernundinn Reach Inn Ita. great, style with much IAincing. and spectators from far and near.

1 morning, linnil Golf Tournament slated for formality lie entertained lavishly, "The Fiesta of Eighth: rla mi" will Plans are progressing rapidly for
Burns first presented Minor F.. June 4,5-6-7, reported nil l proiiremito I gave grand 1 dinners, and was pro. beiiin cm June 3 with a beauty contest what I is expected to be (he target
I J, Johnson, Jr.. who praised the dale and Raid that all committees mill- fuse In his hiispilalHT: In select Miss Hesla," who and best t Hesti'. to date. '
i .. band for the pcrcnni.il; glory II are funcllunlnii smoothly have III I the hiMoiictil spec, ''lanilnrI In the spectacular will portiav Tickets for the "Romance ol
bids fair to
brings the hluh, school and the city. that this tourney field to date and hat I Humane' of Eight Hae," to bl'pr"SI'I1It'd I'rlmem Amelia, youngest sister of Eight Flags" may be purchased by
the l.uaeKt 1
He cited the fine teamwork needed flii.inclal cm June 5 and R by theGeneral King Cieww: II of upland: : for writing the Chamber of Commerce,
for such a successful band and it should be successful, from a I Duncan Liimonl Clinch whom General OKlelhoipe\ named Fcrnumllna Beach, Fla, Entries far
said that this same fine trait of the "' standpoint Historical Society of Amelia Island, the Inland) after scorning the lush, the Shrimp Boat Race may be sent
members would be highly useful 1)1\'I'tor\ Bob Crock gave a re- I Sir General MacGrcKor and his beautiful domain In 1735, to U A, Ferreira, chulrmin, Flor- r
In later life. pint on the Chamber budget. I{ wife will share the spolliiiht wllhiI I A gala parade will hiiihllght Ida. :National Bank, or to the Chamber .
Burns called attention to the I many others who added to the fabulous Thursday, June 4, where Individual of Commerce, which will also
In which he Is held by the history of Fernandina and of for musicians,
Chem Cell Club the .'Iurldaa.: esteem floats will represent each era lake registrations
tlonul Bank and the Kralt Athletic bund member, I Amelia Island, the Island 1 under the vliiht Huns As sinning groups, etc for the Hoot
Club for their financial assistance Guest speaker for the banquet Main'lee Geoffrey, well\ known 1 In all parades, of Impcuiaiue\ will enmity and Teenagers Day.
with the expenses of sending the was Richard BOil 11'8, directorof for his work In Little Theatres for be the bauds AmonK the many Make jour plans now to attendall
band to the state contest In Talla. bands v( the University of Mor- 'direction and production on, many bands miirrhlnii will be the lenownid events
I'v hassee, where they won all superior Ida, other Kpeelaeulars such as "Next !itlst) t Air Force (cinllmnlal
; ratings. In his Introduction of Bowie, Day In The Illuming," Tampa Command Hand, which\ will he
....w"""" Band Parents Association officers Hill said Unit he van a lenouiicclumpimer I Gaspurillas. etc? will direct this flown here fur the puade aid a

: AT THE ItM: BANQUET:'\ ; for senior members Monday, are from left, and other Invited guests recog.nl7cd elinicliin and aullior I' "first t" for lYrmindma Beach which. concert later In the cvinmuKach the clean,
Barbara Tucker Brenda Townsend, Ted HI elter, Richard Sapp, Marine Rauschert. :Net'\ by Bums Sere Mr, and Mis who received' his underKUidu.itrIiiiiuliifi will also be purl of the weeklonu 01'' cliiv until the He-sta closes, quick,
Oliver, Diane Lewis, Bob Louis 1'enelra. John at Indiana L'nlvcrsilv and telcbratlon of the Fiesta June Id, Iheie will be special
tie Peters (standing in for her sister' Katherine Peters) Tommy Taipley. \ I II easy paintAvailable ,,,
Judy tahserre' Judy Hahn Sharon Gordon Edward; Fiveash, Ann Farr, Hahn llr.u-e WeKner, Mr, and Mrs, Hay GOIIKII, completed his lirmliuile cork at HKht: Hans, SI'UIISl"tIIl1nllully went l 10 enthuse and cnuil.iin
the Uilxerslly' uf Wisconsin lot the beach opening adults and younusleis, Ihiie will ,
Mrs harry IVleis. hlr and Mrs
band and FltHS with the graduating class or 'Ii( \.
and Ellen Habb. who will leave t the I ?
Bill Miller, Mrs, James Michaels, Hill also noted Hint prior InJinnlnit I A pantomime' In drama and II j be a full day' of aclhilv at the InNew
--- Mis, Jonulhiin I Hill, R, E, Lusscr- the Gal or band stiff in I dance, the cast will iinlold l I the history h'al'h nil Saturday, InchiihnK lurHe Colors '-'
ire, Hay liildwcll und bins, Itiirns PUB:; llouh's was for 12 y'nI'8" of, :the Island:: : on a :iuiliiivsime ::: races, a Iriusine hunt, contests ?,:
5 Y I' Bums next turned the proifrnm hiljllv RiKcenslul' bund director and I :; the ;parade grounds' at Foil fur the elilldien, an ail thow, mutt
yyMtt1 FOLLOW THRU J over to Bindmaster Jonathan Hill, mnsli supervisor| In the sehoolH ol Clinch which wu iH-itun In 1817 'I other cntertalnlnu events, I
who told of the beginning of the annual Indiana, It wax added by Ihll llml and named lor General Clinch' there; will be a Hmiio' name
banquet a number of years lIuII In' llronco Band horn l.alnv. : dihliimulsliid veler.m of the hem.inole Monday cvenlnK, followed, hv a Nassau Building Cr
ago, Uilore iccoiini/ing the senioi ells, (Indiana, wan the I feiiluie banil and Mexican warn TeenaiicTi Day at the beach on Supply Co.
members, Hill noted that 10 of the In the orange Howl I Musical Spin UnlorKc+dde scene's such as Tin-Sclav I
16 were hnnor sludenls I win11 in January of 1'IVIllcmlm !': !. the proud) ball given by MiefJreKor On Saturday; evening follow InU m' S. Hlh Street

L 1Wt' I Following the recognition of the I spoke luridly to the band I mid his wife, n hull fiijhl himoiinu the final present""Mm of 'Hiimunceof Phone 2(>1-U64X
seniors, Drum Major Ted hleiierpiesenlcd immhciH and urn'sis bifote show Donna Isabel, bciiutifiil Eight: Flags, 4 Mata costume
I of (the Conladoi, during ball will be held at the Heenation
Hill culls a token of tie' iim a oloied film on bands; daughter .- -





The !May meetlnu of the FBWG.' .
was held at the Surf ReMauiun :
Tuesday noon, One of the most t Important Candidate For County .
matters was the cIcci ion JAMES S. STEVENS
: ( ) :
June of officers meeting to!! be Instilled t ut the Jimmy Commissioner, District. ) 3 r. :

Faye William will be the new
BANDMASTER JONATHAN HILL Is presented a fIn! president; Adallne Davis, vie.!
of appreciation from band members by Drum Major Ted president, Lois Casey, secretary; : YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT

Steger. Seated is Richard Bowles, director of bands at Elizabeth Hall, treasurer: Jean SAMPLE BALLOT
the University of Florida and guest speaker for the evenIng Hooper, tournament chairman: APPRECIATED
and Mrs. Hill !Marge Lannon, handicap chairman, aw"'t -

Eight I Indies entered the Blm Instructions to Voters e ;
Nine tournament Tuesday They OFFICIAL BALLOT ..'-
May 29 l, at 7:30: p.m. In the school all played eighteen holes then nine I1a ,
Calendar For auditorium The address for the numbers were drawn to delermln! f s t'' -.
evening!! will be given by five the holes counting for the tournament 1 sr TURN SWITCH RIGHT WARNINGYOURo DEMOCRATIC

(Continued from Page One) I members of the graduating class i Half-handicaps were ed tth'a iO CLOSE CURTAINS I.' 181 MARKS MUST IE PRIMARY ELECTION b.\\ r ---.::
son, Lewis Wilder, Mallory Wilder, Sherry Strickland, Beers Tyre, ed from the scores Winner wit I \ SHOWING FOR VOTE ? :
Joyce Coker Linda Crist, Linda Nails and Lamar net 37 was HarrietleVaas, second 2NJ MARK YOUR BALLOT AND ,,\ t
Linda Crist,
Estes, Dalla Jones, Jerry Nails, Jerry place went to Nancy Hcrrln lEAVE MARKS TO I.-!!!!!! TU'14ay, May 26, 1964 JIt -

Ruth Ryals, Barbara Slkes Slier I Murray I and Lucille Sweatt came In third, It SNOWING -+ 3.a TURN SWITCH mf Nassau ,' 4 .:
ry Strickland Sheila Sutton and John T, Weisner, Superintendentof '* -tr & $ $ County
Public Instruction, will award :
Beera Tyre In 1 looking I over some booklet Florida (, r ..
Commencement will be Friday, the diplomas, from the United Stales Golf Assu S ..
I found the following under -
I elation H"rden
"Etiquette". 1, Don't move, tall ruu :
or stand close to or directly behlni ..
I making a stroke, 2, Don
a player :
play until the group In front is out "
of the way 3, Always play without ae"of King :
I' delay Leave the putting green as (Vora fur One) m
JJ rzkJan/a I', soon as all players In your group d t : 5 5couivlr
at have holed out 4, Let faster group
play through, 5, Replace divot,
Smooth out footprints In bunkers, "IkKIMDRIE": "With Nassau County ;
Travelers on the Buccaneer Trail I 6, Don't step on the line of unoth J
era putt 7. Don drop clubs on I a
will find cheery atmosphere At Heart"Elect :
putting green, 8, Replace the Halt For Shoriff
pleasant setting for the morning stick carefully In an upright post i H. J, -
I lion 9, Leave the course In In: YOUNGBLOOD :
meal condition In which you'd like I to (Vole for One) e,
SERVED FROM: 5:30:: A.M.: TO 10:00: AM.OCEAN find It.Jaycees, ::745Fit-z'e tz.lIHIS1r1ete.; =::

FISHING; PIER AND J MSIILRVLNCallers : : : Tour CapeAt D..hy J.fb.ystAIOGII =- rWtJ/Ylf fib vnTNtyG +
Will rind Our Hourly -=
FERNANDICOACiSE+iC1I Breakfasts A happy Approoe.i Convention Held For Suporyisior of Rogistratio"I ; e :
; j> 71I1r .'t.RY FFf Rj ro,q 4 'J
ON THE OCEAN: SIDE lo The First Tee In Cocoa Beach -
OF S, FLETCHER AVE Fishermen: Bring Us Your far Onu) Leul.. lone c) J9s .x'IAV. Irlls
Early Morning Catch AndWell President Jim beatty; Vice-Prcs Vole WlNGATf uv7/I / T :
Ident J. C. Campbell and Mrs, ',
RESERVATION Taste Campbell, Treasurer Davis Lillie 11'I C'7 ll'N : i
and Mrs Little Director Bud LewIs .

Phone LEE 261.3891Fernandina WHITMAN MORGAN Iicuih, :Manager: Florida Bob and riiKunnon Mrs Lewis represented, and Ducctoi tin For;>> Member Board of County Commissioners POOtE J Q,.. t/4' Kz ) 1:_ := t

local Jaycees at the Florida Stale { rU1tUjI "
- :
-- Jaycee Convention at Cocoa Blinks 1 .. ,
Beach over thq past t weekend, c, p, ....4y.. -
President Bciitly reported thai RUT HAUSfR : I
NEW ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT I :NSR.ivc the Jnycccs an exclui. (Vule for One) J -
1\e tour of the Cope I Kennedy mis. :
site complex that covered numcr.
ous areas that the public. It nor. F. .J...... .
3 DRY CLEANING UNITS mally shown, Included In the tour For Member Board of County Commissioners amOK
was a look at a portion of the moon dDllttlct

Special Summer Rate port project, J JAMES S. ( ) I
Bealty considers the convention .1,,m" s, "JI"1'," Jimmy
successful education and morale
a t snYIIS
$1.00 Per 8 Pounds booster for all the rcrnanriina (Vote for On.) X !

Beach delegates The moat! Import.

I Suggestion: Dry Clean \ash nnd Wear Items I ant business resolution meeting passed was during concernedwith the ,.. \ :

To Improve Their Appearance a "Get Out the Vote' cam. for Member Board County Commissioners JARIBTROMG & J STEVENS
paign!! prior to the 26 !May election, ::
I rank Foster of West Palm Beach,
Want To Dje Something'One : was elected president of the Flor. S
the culmination of
Ida Jaycees at
Agitator! Wn!>her Reversed For Dyeing the convention Foster will be Installed (Nola for Ond' IIIGGIBOJIWt(

as president on 6 June, Jim CANDIDATE FOR
Beatty plans to attend the ceremony .


During Beatty's second meeting For Conatabie JiWD COUNTY COMMISSION
BEECH STREETSMrs. a< the (oral president, last Monday
Ulh evening!!, he outlined the objectives :
for the coming year and assigned Dletrlct S ,
: Doris! Howard, :Manager committee chairmen posts, a'MKKS"", DISTRICT: NO. 3Piid :
Naa 1 ..
for One, ..
SEE THE VOLKSWAGEN CARAVAN When you are "confuned' its ..
II hen you dust know enouiih about Puliticiil AdvcrllMmtnlo
HERE JUNE 5-6 I thing! to be worried
Will Rogers "I
a'n. .

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fake tout + \ leiuuiiflina/ fcucn; Iioritia Thuicriay: ,_May: 21, .3931!) .r.y t RJti: ;t -" ,)
Y ,. :. >1t;.
a < 'J,td.y ,ro.syuW 1"W. .. ;,{
I Dist. IV Workshop A.t Woman's Club 14 r M", ,

The Woman's Club of Fernnndlna .

hibiscus Club Has Yulee "Homemakcr Beach was' host to the FF-
W.C, District IV Workshop on
Installation And I Of Tomorrow"Miss Wednesday at 9':10 a m. at the

club house on Jean LaFitte Boulevard .
Supper Meeting
Shades of pink were used
HIP niblictn Garden Club met In the floral arrange'menls throughout / .
Mnricliiv May 18 at t fi::TO p.m. at the the bulldiiifi, mid In the table
homo of Mrs K:. 1. EMn on Fletcher dernrai Ions.
Are.'for( a co\ered dish nip The theme Dare to Dream,
per.. MI&J\ .. B. !Slunk nerved aicohosteKi. was presented by each speaker Ina I
most enthusiastic manner. Their
The pnrhlent. Mrs A. C Mark- thoughts proved t, be a real c-linl- i
ham' welcomed: (the nineteen mem lcn"e: t ti everyone present. Mrs Question
here present.. A fair committee was Ralph Pnrkl rn. D'strlct IV Di. : \
appeal fc,r the next club year rectcr. presided fh's. W. K. "'; (

which begins: In Cktcber. The preiIdeni Mourn, Jml'ir District" Director I .,
thanked each member for addressed the Junior members! In LITTLE \\OMEN INSTALLED officers fw the coming year at the annual Tea for Why Should This ,

their cooperation during the past the Conic'rcnce R mm. new members, on flay 14 at the Woman's Club Taking office. from left, are Kathy

yeaif The. following officers were Installed Mrs The Joseph state officers L. Gray present Mrs were Jack, Hardee, treasurer; Sharon Rucker,, record ng secretary; Sheila Beugnet, correspond Elephant Wear
ing secretary; Dawn Garcia president Mirpie Brewton retiring president Linda Al
by Mrs. Jack Ilimrlck. givIng Hursfall. Mrs. Frank Jenkins ; ;
I. << :la !Hover 1 to each cine signifyIng Mrs Walter Jones Mrs. T. WOliver lan, \ice-president; Tricia Scarboro, 2nd rlce-presldent; and Monica Broke, 1st \ice- Tennis Shoes?
r 4hclr office) ,, President Mrs L. Mrs Evelyn Homer Mrs. president
S. Grant; First vice-president. Mrs. "Jr Lloyd Thurmond and Mrs. Roger tr fir 'e1' L r 'irr

Carl Quattlcbaum, Mrs Frank; Second Lambrlght vicepresident ;. J. WaybrlgM., the work Each of their explained1bilefly depart I +e' $ h .5e4 'o k' f ihs 3 e- q A' 'tis y ANSWER: So He Can Win The Race
Mrs J. C.
Corresponding secretary ,
Mclunkln; Recording secretary Sheila Sutton daughter ol menu A display of Art and Crafts I s tP n+ w 5p 1 b r With The People ForMATHER'S
R B. LO wood) Treasurer,
Mrs: < ;
ofavc.\ I IsYulee
Mrs. George Sutton from various clubs wis most In.
J. M., Bird.
High School's Betty Crocker materials
teresting. Program/! were
The Incoming president announced Homemaker of Tomorrow distributed to each club president : MAY VALUES
t board meeting at her home
She achieved the highest IIrl're' Mrs. Exlccn Corbett registration I
for Wednesday, June 3 at 1:00: p.m. i
MTs.'Ellen Shook won the; door. 'I Iprlt here In wrl'tcn knrwlrdve! and ,' chairman, reporter! 141 members
aptitude examination given Dec-cm- Mrs Frederick Tay.
!. :Mrs. Markham the out-Ro.
her 3, 1963! lor gave: HIP report of the Reso.
Inllllr.ld'nt. was given a beautl- ..,_...
1 General Mill, Inn, lotion Cumm'ttcc.A
ful paid painted plaque.
The meeting was adjourned her a "Homemaker of Tomorrow" j| deiicliius lumhcen wan served
pin to signify her achievement by Mrs. S. L. Tarlton and her

t : commUce.: To Oil the memberswho i I l :,
'f ;Hardee Cirde Bethany Workers helped) with (lie luncheon end !
Has'Luncheon Meet to Mrs S. II Davis and her staging ""
Meet May 12 With committee Mis L. E. Sellers, srs.SPECIAL' ,

At Corbett Home Mrs. Cleo Brinson president and Mrs. J. C. Bennett 3---' In ;
.. I I ,
"Many1Thanks" :
pant-president, wish to any '' '' i: ,
The Ella Hardcc Circle met May The Bethany Workers Sunday All were so willing and 'I U Dif .. '
12114. A 10:SO a,,m. at the home of I '
School Class of the First Baptist cooperative.
Mrs. Extern Corbett, with' eleven I
members Church, held its regular monthly The thought to remember about
present.Taechallman the meeting heating la the home of Mrs. Cleo the workshop Is, "Dare to Dream', I "
: \ opened Down
Brinson, OB May 12' Mrs. Juanita then work and pray for the full From $844 Nothing
ft I
with reading of, 'What NEW MEMBERS
< a Campbell and Mrs Wessye Price fllment of that dream. WERE HONORED at the Little Women's annual Tea and installation -
Spring! 'from the Readers Dig of officers, on May 14. Pictured front from left
esU: fllislonary Education was se sod ee ee.w stessee. are, row Cherri Edenfield, Annette -
given by Mrs. Foul Burns who told Mrs Mildred Klltrell viceprosIdMt Men's Garden Club Dowers, Susan Hardee, Connie Onss and Diane Dean. Back row, from left,
of. missionary couple, new living ,. presided over the meeting I Elaine Rowland, Ann Bibb, Patty Ann Bec ham, Sandy Bryant Barbara Smith, Angle
al Penney Farms who had served and brought the devotional taken Fetes Ladies At. i Shurtey, Celeste Hardee, Jeanie Uf Neman, Paula Kornnu. Sue Douglass Ginger Jones,

In India for many years. She also' from second Corinthians.: Installation Supper Cecelia Davis, Sue Worthey, Barbara Alverson, Judi Williams, Jean Entzmineer, Jo
highlighted other facts In the jnis- .Various committees gave reportson Tyson Sarah Parsons, Janice Sweatt and Kathy Allison
tins field today.lie contacts that had been made. It was everything for the "lad. I r

business portion oT the meetIng The class agreed to buy> twc les" at the regular meeting! of the I End of The Year e4e
followed and announcements hymn books to donate to the churc, Mcns' Garden Club on May 12. Bean School of Dancing To Feature
weije n ado. and also purchase a book for the The Surf Motel dining room was I Luncheon Held By FOR THE HARD TO PLEASE

missionaries The chairman to read be the remembered names of parch Delicious library.refreshments were served decorated rangements.with Potted various flower caladiums ar I Myrtie Burgess Circle Hit Musical In Annual Revue May 30 L 7 Sofa DECORATORThis Fits In Any Decor

furnished favors to the
dismissed as
with then she were
prayers to the thirteen members pres. Mrs. J. J. 0. Cooper was hostess ___
the'meeting: with a prayer. eat ladles by Gus Gerblng. to the enrt-of-thp-yenr luncheon for I' The Bean School of Dancing will Diane Bean.
A! covered dish luncheon was en- New officers for the '64-6J year :I the Myrtie Burgos Circle on May present Its annual revue' Saturday Jan Miller Lauren Lowe Holly
toyed] "by' !the .members "What Is a town? A town Is were installed, after which Pres. 14. evening May 30, 8 P.M, at the New some, Mary Drue Bean Florence 4-PIECE SECTIONAL SOFA
Ident Fred Cook expressed his Recreation( Center Auditorium The
people not politicians. When a Mrs. Robert Cray welcomed the I Partln Caroline Dickens,
C>LA-\T GROWTH SPEEDED town Is politicians, It la because thanks and appreciation for the two members, Know will feature sixty students In I Diane Burns Cathy Crisp. Jamie
new Mrs H. H.
Ii. scientists have the ordinary people huve removed work of the members during his a' variety of dancing and the pllb.'lit' White. Denise Henfner Robin Walter high Pile :Nylon Assorted! Colors
mperlments DouKhcrty and Mrs. E. H. Junek
term I Is cordially Invited I, Melanie Solid. Foam Reversible $ 151 8 8
been able to accelerate the growth, I themselves frem any partielpajtlon. and the thirteen members present, Rucker Sarah Pale, Zippered .
floweringand gcrmlnntlen of\ ." .;..' B. F. Houneltrce, Tewks. ,, Officers for the ensuing year Mrs. H V. largess opened\ the ''Tlii' first bait of the show will Nancy White Barbla Schrantz, Cushions
pjaflts' by the supplemental appllca- burg (tMasR.I) Mcrrlmuk Valley are: Gus Gerblng president; Stun /I1'rlln'llh pravcr consist of number by the four and I I Prlscllla StiiiKcs, Maureen Leiry, $5 Down
,lor.on ascorbla acid Advertiser Turlum tlee-prssidenlL.; L. Hall I A report which reviewed' the "fhe.year-nld boys and girls In Play i Nina Batihelor, Pam Brown Ted
--- secretary: Tom' Digby, treasurer I I church Issues during I lie past yearwas !School and tap numbers by all the Fi/cr, David Burglianlt Danny
I Those attending. were: Mr. and given by Mrs, David Bowers studcmts of the mixed ballet and : Lowe Paul Stewart Brunt Long
Mrs Fred Cook. Mr. and Mrs,, I Also in this mlHslnnary! education tap classes.At I| and Gary Bean.Members .
I I Carl Burgos: Mr, and Mrs Stan report uric Interesting [ itts about I Intermission a drawing will''' of the teenage ballroom .
YOUR HEALTH Tarllim. Mr and Mrs. Houston 1 Ilio Methodist Church Center In the I bo held and some lucky child will class will also do a number!
Sapp, Mr and Mrs Gus Gerbing!!, United 1 Nations Building.An !!. I win a free summer's course in I 1 1dunclnll. I and they are: Martha Parlin. Linda -
Mr. and Mrs Fletcher Shurley I Interesting spiritual life me,. All you must do is reitls.ler Sapp. Lottie! Lathrop. and Linda ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. Hell Mr. and untie Frnelon Doctrine on Pure al the door when you come. Jones Janice Parker Neil Blalock
Mr, and The second half of the Bobby Stover, Fle'chcr'! Sliurlcy,
Mrs Juhniiv Ferreira I Love", was presented by Mrs E program
? I deserves and gets our Mrs, harry Sahlman, Mr. and I E. Jonoi. should have a special: appeal to all I I Mark! and Mason Bean

careful attention Mrs. Sum Savior, Mr and Mrs. ,! The circle Is planning a rummagesale lovers of Broadway show tunes, Costumes arc bv Mrs.' Elizabeth
llydie Peterson, Jr., fir and Misllnwnrd to lake place next t fall Rum. and the music of Richard Roger Knlsht. Mrs J. C. Spivey and the
: Nothing I in no important to llmma, Mr. and Mrs Hal mane soles aid the financial standing In particular All the ballet and mothers Floral arrangements!! by !
us aa to compound your i lhY> Belcher, Mr. and Mrs John Wcls. of the oil'do, in addition to I modern jazz numbers will be p'r- !Mrs Saylcr.
/ nician's prescription promptly I HIT, and Mr and Mrs' Tom Dig- helping I the public !get: needed Hems I formed to the music of "No This show concludes the reguhr I
Strings", recent hit musical will
the utmost by I II nt i low J price schedule of lessons begun last
and with }professional .
words and music bv Richard Rogers
Mrs. Extern Inrbelt will September, but rcgis'ratlon! Is now
precision. You can I II serve
The dances will be performed I I
taken for classes In
being summer
AnnouncementThe as circle ('huh'mUll fur the comliifl .
I to the original!: soundtrack recordIng beginner Intermediate advance I
scheduled meeting year. ol the Broadway show, and In the mixed billet and \
I regularly<< The meeting'' was adjourned with dancing I
of the Ameilenii\ Legion Auxiliary, prayer will feature original: choreography tap; classes! and In the all-hallel
Pest 54. his been hanged due to bv Retry Strickland and Joan Bean ''I classes,
I the: elcellin, The; meeting I will beheld The all-bullet class lautfit by 8'tsyI AROMATIC SOLID
Officers InstalledOn will dance three .
!Strickland numbers
onus on Wmlnesil.iy, May 27 at 0:110: 1 :Mr. Jce Chilstmas! of Cotton
p,m.. at HIP I.e'glim: flume Anniversary of In "No Strings"Students I wood Alabama has recently been
who will appear In the RED CEDAR CHESTA
I i of his
the house guest daughterand
Janet Jones Claire Fhla
Senior Citizens ClubThe show are: -
I Furnish opening eif, the NASA Julie Harrison. Mary Fixer, son-ln-lnw Mr and Mrs J. C.

I t nrsino-Cape Kennedy Cnuscwnv Senior c Citizen's Club l met Lynn Clark Laura Lynn Strlek. Luthrop and family PERFECT GIFT FOR THE $1888
: :
about May t1'111 relieve some of In regular session Thursday evenIng land Susie Reid Michael Gay ':
J the traffic load entering the rape- flay 14 nt the lleciealioit Chuck Strickland, Mike Brown, Mr, and Mrs. L:, 11. Belcher and JUNE GRADUATE
daily via the Smith Gate on Route (C'rnter which dale marks the second David and Stephen Bean STEGER DRUG CO. 401. Approximately... HOW) vehicles anniversary. of the oijjanlca- ben of Play School i Jan Dickens and Mis Llnwood Cook, all of
travel to and from Cape Kennedy I tlon. Viikl Beckhim Susan Fl/er, Mar. RI'hmond.0,, spent the week
207 ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 2G1-32M daily. most of them via the South I Mrs Adam Millsnp. rdiiingprcHldcnl. la )Beard, Debbie l Hogers, Claire with Mrs Belchers sisters MM.

Gate I called upon Mrs B B. and Debbie Blanchard.. Linda Flula Louise Stuart and !Mrs F, L Dur-
Wilson of tinWomnn's Cluh to Muriel Cuthcrwood, Maria Struts, shinier and her family They also
visited her brother J, A. Chalk-
Install the newly eloped stalf of )Dibble lllckox Esther KavouklK
I 011 liters. Judy Aldav, Janie Stouffer and ley. and family. In Lake :Mary,
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In a Kradmis and fitting ceremony -- -
II :Mrs Wilson Installed the''' t

I president: Mrs Edna Ilan TheatrePhone
Welnier \ice-pteaident\ Mrs
Nancy Siibeil 2nd v ic('-)e-presidi; ".
Mrs. A. L. flyers, secretary, and
2GM8I9 C. E. Reach :Mgr
Mrs. Sam Swcaringon, Chaplain,
It. F. Roberts duly elected trea
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surl'rIIR absent due to the IIInc .
,s of his daughter !Mrs Mary FRIDAY & SATURDAYMAY
Alice Joiner of Jump Ga
President llolllngsuorth appoint 22 & 23:)
ed ( comnilllee to devise and tonHi BEDROOM SUITE ::
met a suitable float' for the up. Friday 7:30:: Saturday 2:10: ) & 7:10:

coming Fiesta parade canslsting Double Dresser ((6 Drawers) .y
of the following: Mrs F. J. Sen- "BROTHERS GRIMM" .
roerter, Miss Huth Bryant Warren Tilting Plate Glass Mirror w
Jaikscm, Mrs. A, L. livers. Mrs,
Adam Millsop, Mrs Jennie Sunders IIITDDY HACKETT 4 Drawer Chest ::

Mrs B. B. Wilson, of the Double Bed
I Bookcase ::
f Woman's Club, and II. S. Luke asrhalrm "
inViwtmtl from the Woman's Club Select From: Walnut, Charcoal, Golden

I kiiti.AJ.1 BEDROOM AIR CONDITIONER were Mrs B. B. Wilson Mrs '< & MONDAYMAY Bisque Finishes :
Tbos J. !Northcy, and Mrs Leo MY
a F. May 21 & 23

: >a> The Ideal balance of cooling and dehumidification! After the business session the :=
Was $129.95
p for sleeping comfort! members engaged! In various tablegames Sunday 2:::10 & 7:30: :Monday 7:30 Now $88
!! fur the remainder of the
Instant Installation built-in side panels. $10.55 S 11995 evening Refreshments were served "WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN ..
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Down by Mrs. Wilson and Mrs Mill- -- -- .
Bedroom Quiet / -

: Lightweight easy to handle. EASY sop The next regular! meeting will MY BED"DEAN
Mo'el RP204A be hold Thursday evening May 21 ullalhei 01 &cti tn : removed for PAYMENTS
# Quickly storage
There Is no greater security TECHNICOLOR :309 SOUTH 8TII ST. PHONE 261.4383M"'II.LciL'l' : "
L FIVE than the knowledge/: Hint one Is _
I doing! the: right tiling!. 'i

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2'ewa.Leuuer, i'tiimiKUiia iiem-n [timuiH TnuiMtu>', iwy l'.2 1ut4 'I'Kt rive! n-
: ..
Kindig Circle !Founders .
Club -'T-- ---.

Has Supper MeetAt Enjoys Luncheon At \ ,- {Airman ;Johnson ; ." j -

Surf MondayThe Jackson Home May 8 ,, ( aelw.l {'Completes Basic At : ;

Selma<< Klndln Circle of fit: The Founders Garden Club met :llackland: AF Base Next Tuesday

First Baptist Church met Monday at the home ol Mr, Phillip Jack-
: I t stjj SAN ANTONIO Tx Alrmin
at 8:43 pm. at the Surf ItoM,mr non for their annual luncheon
nut for supper and their rcmila milling on May 8. The meeting y Robert Johnson son of Emm Wor
monthly business meeting. Johnson Ft. I. Yulee his com
opened wall the club prover ,
Mrs Charles Grant 'ip<'m'l( Hu The dub enjoyed several llowoi pleted Ihe'first phase of his Air

meeting with prnvcr and crati! / James, One was un airaiwcmcnt of I -.
Mrs lien Eller circle chairman Hiirtv-tun various Mowers with a Vote For
ailed( the meeting to order ll.il.) ;site going to Ihe immlier" able tn
cull W3 answered with Hirlpliiif. niimi' the most!. Mrs Alan) Millp LI ) I Il
relerniiR to 'Mother'. Unit n '"> was I lie winner but gave( the I
port were !given and mcmlxrvere liou < reminded to complete Huh niember' The siennd RIIIUC was )
April projects of plating rillKlom (lice naming conducted by Afro. E. H. S. "Herb"McKENDREE
literature In public pliices The pn; I', Davis. The numbers were to d seas ,
jet fur May In In lurnish lh :idintily II: twelve:i t tries whose leaves I "

church p.mlry wllh OiiMansi wire pisled: on piper: Mis! Carl r.
Whins./ QiidltkIwum was Ihe winner

After l delicious seafood supper Mrs. C I*. Adams name was .. .
the meeting was continued sigh a drawn for the door prize a prim : w :::!j
brief program entitled "Llbeil camella of Mr Phillip Jacksons. e s! .via s .11
and Light", presented by Mrs I The club will send a card to Mrs. This! hilarious! scene from the !moue, 'h\ ho'M (Seen Sleep
Darwin L. Smith A list cf shiil-ins J. C. Ilazcluood who recently lost Ins: In My llvd." may he seen", tit the ll.m Theatre Sunday ,
was given to /be< remembered this her brother and a pot plant win and Mondiy; : May;\ 21 and 23.:
month I be tent to Mrs. J. B :Newsome. I, -- :;
The June meeting will be with A committee was appointed to _'. ....n..i -, FOR YOURSHERIFF
i LuncheonFor Rich Piano --La..ol'
Rich her home Birthday Pupils
:Mrs Q. T at on make a float for the coming Fiesta I
McGregor Blvd. Roll call will be I Mrs II. S. Luke. Mrs A. L, Bvers, Presbyterian Win In National Force basic military tiaining at
answered with scriptures referring Mrs. Adam Millsop. Miss Until Uuklond AKB,, Tix.
to Father". 1 Ui l'>anl und 1111 I. Jackson are the Women I Last WeekThe Auditions May 913Eleven Airman Johnson has been select'

There were six members and one committee I ed for technical training as an ,
annual blrthdny cuvrrrd dish local piano piiplli from
Mrs Jake MotlayaWlIC': aircraft maintenance speclillst 01th.
/fluent This was a mos; enjoyable 01' luncheon for the Women of the the class of Mrs Thelma Rich I .. Command IATC'IrhlNl1 >
President, present. I canton Air Training (
Presbyterian Church wan held on registered as candidates for mew
AFB, His
The meeting was dismissed with I at Amarllln Tex '
May 14, with the men of the !church b rshll) In (the Nntinnal Fraternity now unit U part of the vast Arc.ysl..m
prayer. Kathy Walters Is invited of intent Musicians sponsored by which (callus airmen mil To all those who worked and voted On May 5th 6288 people
I Guest speaker fur the dayI III'I the :National Guild of Piano Teach mliteri In the diverse skills required .
Vice PresidentOf or which their teacher Is i in the first voted in the Sheriff's
Mrs. Inct Shcddan Presbyterian en by the nation's aerospace for my opponents primary,
HELPSTOP Student BodyMiss Stewardship Chiilrman She spain member This group of )'ounaplanD I'
force American Of this
'I I would that this is race. a-
In the National say your
to the men and women of the need hobbyists played The airman alll'nlll'lI'III'! High
Kathy Walters, daughter of for trained personnel to assist In I right to make choices in our mount 3292 voted for ,
Mr and Mrs. F. E. Wailers, ol Schtwl'MAYOR'S. .
MALICIOUSWOODSr the Hume for rhlldien and adults. I - -
2634 McGregor Blvd. has been Half/ of the olfcrlnK Is to go to I Democratic process ''of self.governa change, which is

"leited vke-prcsidont of Montreal. help the Evergreen School far lie. ment. Now I would like to sincerely more than half want
Anderson Student Body of l4-63.! : Untied Childen) In l.milKannn.I I Ii
BURNING! ) She will\ serve as a obi not mem- i I The tables were dcroruted, IIh ask that you join Ihe many friends ed a change in theSheriff's

her for this term The and old cabinet' various lllllcs and Irmirocl, a lariicKrren PROCLAMATION who have been working for me in the office o i "
has betn dismissed the new cakewhich
cabinet of which the Is a part I Is ( was and yellow served' lo birthday everyone WMKRKAS the observant, of first primary that we may all WORK Nassau county. Let's; ''

now presiding SheI 11ncl\ as l Mrs James L. Long Chairman +t Poppy Day sponsored by the American TOGETHER for victory on May 26th make that change on I II jI
piesldent of the MG4-G3! Freshman I Legion Auxiliary !Rives! ,
and her co-chair. '
Class until they elect one In the I of man C'irde, Mrs.Ton Glvn Watts, wire hns- citizens of Fcrnindlni Benin an I earnestly solicit your help in this May 26th by your i
fall of next year 1 ; ; 'opportunity In salule both those '
lessen, Mis. A. i 1. Tuplin had vote.I .
brave defenders of our way; of lit' campaign, ,
I ih.iruc of the Imuheon Mi-up 8
who cave their lives that WI' might
I lollowecl t.
A short business meitinx
live free, and lo aid those who give .

( ,N HE the lunt'henn.Personals. their health. defense and, strength and In (1I11'Ircounlry' I WILL GIVE MY SERVICES FULL TIME. ..:

R Uv WHEREAS each of us owes an In offering myself as a candidate for this important off ice.I-. ,'"

Individual courageous debt men to and those women brave who and, do so with the full understanding that the Sheriff's office will!,I. 1.

Carl W Zicbarlh, .d their sicilfiirs, have made, I pledgethat
INTRODUCTORYSALE Mr. and Mrs. through require my FULL-TIME and -elected as your Sheriff
Jr., and sons, Mark and Karl: re. Piano Playing Auditions on the continuation of our IIII..rllespUfl ... '
lamed to t their home In Piersnn May 9 and 13, at Friday Muslrale lble. I will give my services full. time.
last Saturday after spending a Auditorium In Jacksonville THEREFORE, I do declare May "N"I '

SatinTone pas.week with her father P. L. Pap I which Students the Mother strive for organization local honors will 23 City, 14! of to Kernandlnn he Poppy Beadi J Day( In alllI\the 1 1Uo I Will Save You Thousands of Dollars Each Year. ::

ItNrEplei punier according( to the number nf all our illlrenn, l In> ,. .."
...the easy paints Mr. and Mrs Fritz Halm ,of Or. standard classic, romantic and partielpiile urge In Ibis ti'Unite by wenrIng / I will always keep in mind that I am a servant of the people
y lando spent the past weekend with chosen from the
.. +rF her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E.I I modern Masters pieces of pianoforte literature a memorial poppy nn this uccaslon and as such will conduct the office on an experienced business

y Jones. each student con creditably perform IN;/ WITNESS, WHFItFOr. I hwehereunto : ', man's basis I WILL SAVE the taxpayers thousands of dollars

Mrs J. J. 0. Cnnper hail asguests extirniner In the presence of note nf from an Imported unollieislnlc. ;. set my hnnil and'\ cntisul, each year in tax money in the operation of the Sheriff's office0p:,:. ...II
for the weekend, Mr. Malcolm the ofl'hl I neat of the City of I'r4munition '
10 TRIP AWARDS Lyons of Hamilton, Ohio and I, Beach, Florida, lo be affixed ...
; her Ron und dlU htl'r"ln.lllw. Mr. From coast to const' over (BOO this lath: dnv of !May, I'M. : There Will Be No Speed Traps When I Am Your Sheriff.' .
An AVIS RENT A CAR .t your wimntndIS ea Idd and Mrs Ch.nUs Cooper, of Jack.sonvllle I rnlhnMiisllc piano pupils of the no. MAYOR F. J. JOHNSON.: : JH ,
Iwitn you pity travll end' the dm.USA.>t tumptuout You sleep' HOLI..n. NL( n61 I, (Ion will participate In this annual I ------ I When I am your Sheriff there will be no speed traps operand, :
DAY INNS. Enttr now..til tomphnwnttct 5549, SJIInrINtf national piiinit" 'playing' event twist A single Manner spare pit hrlaunched
SitmTon tht saw palnM """ I Mr. and Mrs. David Pitkrlt. liclil, ''' In fliM music renters of the by the I John 1". Kennedy in the county under my jurisdic lion However all flagrant lave; ;
spent last weekend with their parents country and every entrant worth provided local will be and :
Spare Center, NASA violators both out of state and apprehended
Cecil 1'lckult, ,
671 OTHER Mr and his nail will U ci'rtiricd. given a 1,000000 bits of Inloimilinn liom
5tipTp :
? =
Sr. and Mr and Mrs. Kay Uevillc. gold or liror rmhoswd pin I distances aN fur iiwnv/ from K.nlh:: brought to justice. -
VALUABLE PRIZES INr telau Mr. Piikett Is with the U. S. Air year's Miml. '**>p In Ihe National, 5KUMHH: ) ,
uu curt Force utalloncd at Killin: Field. Fraternity ill Nfc-nl Munitions canes
Will Select Efficient and Courteous Personnel f fAll
MAliC ant 9B I and 1'ianii llobt sis of the World .
recently r.ViNl\0'::
Dnl"IC'. su.nsaMrn Mr. and Mrs Jack Drury TilE MW
; UNDIII" ion and dauRhler-ln-law, Mr. and l III show toliuhil' satin sun- .
SadiTw5555a0 Mrs Donald II Drury. from Flare natlon.il headquarters are mill dais with root lle linn or nit Mielbiukle. efficient law enforcement. This includes the deputies and of.
| maintained In Texas, where Hales .
10 CmD IUUM ['r- j jA, Ida Fla Southern Both Mr.College and In Mrs.Lakeland Drury and lleuiilulliins are available on fice personnel. I will have the efficient and trained personnel

: 10 Ito eN tnetn -'-- ------- quest free of charge/ by address." that will enable my office to handle any situation or crime that .
hsst men
rr Ing floss iiilld, hits 1113
.lean F.un-:
Awtutatls1ttT not Marie erupts, ll.irbnrn/ need the services of the Sh riff's office. All crimes :
tuu Texas lea, Breads Gaul. Funre: : IXMIIJones may : major .
; Sattnroncwwn
of the winning! pupils
Mmri The names
QUALITY I l'ulm'ln Maine: Jones Kuril will be solved.
Carlton Thlcde I :
10 xt15Nlwetasn nf Mrs' Huh ore; Lynn IVwhaml. Ki bin l.vmtle Ue.
(1' Bell Belly huh Cramps, Mavis I I. W Mule and Hny McKee -

INIOONIna:::: \r11I guh TlN RECAPSMost : -- -. Judge for the oeeaslon was Mrs Will Work With Our Youth In The County. ;;

snetlrA. Mneaq uL[ amt hattwau Sizes i graduated with R S. Degrees E Mrs. T SlolllnUH Slulllngs was of listed Wilson In N Who's. C I will work with the youth of the count ., Giving them l leadership !

!:: I Odel! Doss Is In St. Vincent's Who of Amirlian Women nnd Who's ,' :
Vention r
Satoh f that will education in crime
I.a. Inke" l+r ,o.er I II llospiUI, In Jacksonville, for otmer.vulinn Who In Music International She; Is' provide r
It' totwS w v I'' and ,will appreciate' hearing. a member of !Nmlnml\ Membership them with their problems and at the same time 'provide them.., :

,.,nt wnotete lit AtlMry pits.. .. Sg95LASSERRE from his blends, Committee. Adjuduittor.. terhflid with recreation and physical education. This will be a year ;
Teacher,, National C.ulld of Plano
., All enldee" MUSS been I
r. pd0i' n. Me .aa. I Jim Slertt; and sons John '
+ pasta.: : ;'me:''\"114 ...q, Officl.1 Inl'Y Stank, i and Mrs Luke, of Russolthclm GCN Teachers; National National Federation Music leathers ofMusic around function. Not at convenient times for the Sheriff's office
t"p.se ,..,ea"ul" bteinable el war Clubs: '
.. .. .-. many arrived In Jacksonville! ear. Assoilmlnn; Delta Gamma' Sollety :
(i; j"pf., : ;Wien, :,M;;;ii; j pwrr, .MOTOR ly Thursday morning Mrs StcrUIs fur Women Teachers, International .
I the diiiKhler of Mrs John I l.rHI'h'II"ky Assn, of :
COMPANY Patrol and
Kluier. America. Water Safety Program .
I Ted Wallace have
Mr and Mrs
NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. ,, KSSO HER VICE as Ihilr uue1a( this work' her sis.ter I fatuity She In number a ,graduate of Prune reed College former; I will under my administration have an efficient water patro ,-

1129 South Hth Street; ]I'hone 2Bl.3f.48 STATION !diuuhlir 1 Mm, Miss Cllflim Patsy. Fletcher Mill Fletcher! and In Halciuh N., ('., T'ubllHher asslgnim nf. bat Daily kr which will provide rescue action and promote water safety "rn :;
Pimm Schedules
and Mr Phil Wikle of Chl' II'rill'ld. for Teachers .of Ihe :National (ulld, our county. I have been assured that volunteers that are now ':
Indian I of Piano Tim' 'hers. giving of their time and equipment; will work with me in continuing '
Mis hurried Jones and ilauchlor ( Mrs. Kit'ti sliiilieri", under The
f'jnxla Joe. nf Jaiksonville, London ('IIII.."" of M,.isle In \ spinl HI'\11i1( days this wick with Ireland: III J icksonvllle, Mi; ,. and
Mr und, Mrs. F L with Mrs Doiolhy lluul" A-L.C;.1\1.
her pinnts
\ This
L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO J Durslnmer: In Feinandm.1 BeachOITICIAI I Earnestly Your Help In Winning CampaignWhen

. .- .-- I solicit
- you go to the polls nextTuesday earnestly your;

Carrier I I r. APPLICATION) I I vote for me, so that I may render you an administration of .ef"" ".

I FOR I ficiency and courteous service as your Sheriff. % ,

1 I LITTLE "MISS FIESTA"! CONTEST: : I promise you that I am not sponsored by or connected with

AIR CONDJTJONING-HEATING 1 I any clique, group or special interest in the county, or outsrjle; ,
PLACE: City Recreation Center Auditorium the I ask
I interest that desires to come into county youta.THINK .

ICE MAKING MACHINERY I TIME: 7:00.P.M. Thursday, June 4UE :I for yourself who is supported by the "Mr. BIGS. .. :

I LIMITS: : 2 yearn through R j nntUltKHS I'I I
SALES SERVICE & /INSTALLATIONS/ : liathinic Suits I : If you will give me the opportunity to serve as your Sheriff,* I!:

that won't it. Together we will win.
: Mail Application Fee of $1.00 and the followlna'i promise you you regret

"im : information to: I'. O. (Box 47H, FernandinaIJeach ee

: r. /I' .I I Florida' :I Vote For H. S. ""Herb"McKENDREE w e e

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: I (Phone 261-.1719: !) for additional information) ,

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,Pogo Six -- News-Leader, Fernandina Beach T'IoridaThursday, May 21, 1964 .
-- -. -. -t 1 sRjlxn 'Too Late did !'xhlblt'II! later become per. I traction will be seen by 700000

and not harm camellias the! acid the superphosphate loving arilcas : )" r 5A I To Classify I tries mamnt attracted residents by und the new Ilidus'l year million fair! persons period during the "Iwo.

I bring new business and enterpriseto facilities
Improved transportation
having the effect of making
TfteGarden brA I the sidle increasing employment \ I fabler air uhcdules super hltfi-'
aluminum In the sail unavailable I
Along I 5(10( foot front on Meadow and strengthening, our economy ways and expanded rail futilities
I This author also brings out the Lake In
Flushing!! Meadow .
Basket fact that bluing a pile tint of pink Park at the New York World The silo occupied by the Florida to make visit It the possible 19C4.65 for hlr more than people ever
results In pole blue and vlre
I a Fair, the Slate or Florida has cieated .
and trails.
I.. versa: to produce deep color, a $3.5 million Image of Its attractions I exhibit Is as desirable as any on before Travel agents offer lours to
potation companies
BY JANE I either blue or pink one must start and advantages for viewIng the grounds II covers 312 acres
SCOFIELD lit most any pocket book, ;:::
with a deep colored variety In by a potential 18 million persons near one of the main entrances ,
this connection we have noticed during the two yrar period of which adjoins a S.500.ear parking If you ate planning a vutuTtrn:
How many limn during (the year Illy and thus encourage blue I a number of hydrangeas around the fair I Ilul. Also situated In this lake urea why not make It to the fair Take
do we write, "Drive around town flowers or to apply lime If we Kcrnanellna Beach In a very attractive t Ire the amphitheatre the exhibits the family along and enjoy year
to Me the beautiful I camellia. want an alkaline soil which vlll light but vibrant pink. While the official opening of the of Hawaii and Texas and the Con self The educational advantages
.zalta. dogwood rose, etc. plant- I produce pink flowers We are not 'I There are white varieties which fair and the Florida exhibit re- tlnental Circus while exciting mon. i' are tremendous and very much
In III" J Now It'i hydrangea time told just when to make these applications retain the white color well. Then I : I ccntly was marred by poor weather I orail and novel boat rides along( worthwhile _
.They term quite popular In rer-- or why they sometimes ,' there Is the oakleaf hydrangea 'j :::' the situation and racial has demonstrations steadily the edge of the lake give visitors
'nandlna Beach and there are fll.ways I, fall to work. which Is native to northern Florida 4 Improved an aerlullew I of mailners view i,I Gov Farris Bryant said thht
.omc very bhowy plnntlngs failure of aluminum sulphate )I It makes a very attractive L::: 't" a of good since weather then and and with the the absence return of the exotic; Florida exhibit::: while'' the Incidence of tuberculosis Ison
Many gardeners root their own to produre blue flowers can be I garden shrub with elongated pan. '' of normal I the magnllleant Florida citrus tow. the Increase und Florida will -,",l
agitators a flow of vis.
with the greatest of pane and find due to the fact that either too icles of white flowers which be. It er Is visible from main arteries as be closing down any of Us time! :
or i now stream through the
)lttle trouble In growing them. much nitrogen or too much phosphorus come purplish with age, These t well as most of the grounds and It TB hospitals In the foreseeable
Of course the question of color both Ingredients of fertilizers blossoms make extremely attractive MISS ANN CLELANH! present a check: to I U. W. Rob dally with attendance steadI I Is estimated that this single at future
Iwayi' arises. Some want pink can Interfere with the effect dried flowers erts for the Project Hope Fund, on behalf of the !Little I Illy Increasing 1- --
When want blue very few are con. of the aluminum sulphate High The hydrangea Is one of comparatively Women at their meeting on May H. Starting with the Chicago Worlds
tent to nettle for the range of violet nitrogen In the soil can counter. few plants which thrive | Fair In 1933, Florida exhibits have
shades one Is apt to net Hydrangeas I act the aluminum and thus keep well In a northern exposure In --I I dominated state displays and attracted -
constantly plague one with the flowers on the pink side If Florida It needs high shade or to record smashing crowds at You Get
their chameleon-like habit ul there II too much phosphorus be planted on the north aide of 1- At The Churches Cleveland Great Lakes Exposition
changing color In response to I the present In the soil a reaction occurs the house where It Is protected the World Fair In New YorkIn I
charter of the soil their roots hap. which makes the aluminum from the hot afternoon sun It 1939 and Is doing 10 again at the What YOU Want
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST 14 65 fair.Florida .
pen to be resting In. If one wants unavailable to the plant and again needs rich soil and a plentiful
blue hydrangeas one must be as the blossom remain pink. A soil amount of water without soggy CHURCH Is no stranger to the I
When You
conscientious abiitit having Hum I test to determine the acidity or feet Any necessary pruning or The Rev. James D. Elllsor Rector 945am: ?? ?. Sunday School population of the world greatest Deal
grow In add toil a* he Is with cam'cilia I alkalinity of the soil would be a shaping should be done Immediately 7:3A.M.: > Holy communion 11 :00 am. ?._ Morning Worship metropolitan area nor to the nAtion
: or azaleas If one would kcpj)I help but troublesome, Other than following the blooming sea. 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist 8:30 p.m. .??._... Training Union for that matter Our previous With 6.A.G. !
','.30 _...., Evening Worship exhibition show windows have all
.Ms hydrangeas pink he must make that one can try scattering aluminum son. If cut later the next season's 11:IS A.M. Church SchoolS p.m. -
*lure that the soil Is .lk Une. If out i i idocsn sulphate or lime as the case blossom buds will be destroyed :30 P.M. Episcopal Young Vcdnesday prayer service, 7.30: played an Important part In attracting .
'I do a thorough job of conditioning I ChurchmenThis p.m. visitors and home seekers
may be lightly around the plants To take half matured
the soil cither way, the at several Intervals when the buds tlp-euttings propagate In early summer or ( Is the schedule of every ft and acquainting Industry with the As specialists In consumer financing we make .;

plants seem fristralcd and I producethe I are forming and then continue to one may make hardwood cuttings Sunday with the exception of the NOUIII 14th STREET numerous advantages )this stale of. it a point to arrange everything to suit you and _
violet tints. make several additional applications In the fall. last Sunday of the month) BAPTIST CIIURCII fersYou
your pocketbook. Service is fast too. As -
It, of a ?
In looking through bulk topic of after the blooming season fr ft 9:45: a.m. __ .... Sunday School can depend on many
The blossoms of hjdiangras ? ? .
LAST SUNDAY OF THE the I people now visiting our bplen7 matter of fact the cash you need can be in ..._
benefit of the next seasons your
.garden magazines we camel I I for the are much used as cut flowers and II :(dO am ....... Morning Worship I _
cross an ankle on hydrangeas bloom The author stiles that often disappointing because MONTH 6:10:: p.m. ... ...... .............. BTU hands almost as soon as you ask for itl! ::
;which' dlseubsrs the effect of boil I since her hydrangeas were plant. they' arc prove inclined to wilt. Wateringthe 7:30: AM. Holy Communion 7.30; p.m, .... Evening Worship I :45 p.m. .......... Evening Se'rv'ce': .
:on the color of the flowers In more cd quite mar azaleas and camel plant thoroughly a short while 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayerand 1;M p.m. ._ Mid-Week Services 7:45: p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Scr- ....
nlctall than one usually limls Must I has she kept her flower pink bya before cutting the blossoms Is a Sermon ft vice for young people.MEMORIAL .
'of us have been told tu use aluminum uciurnus' addition of supirphosphalo great help There seem to be sev. 11::IS A.M. Church School CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ft ft: ft loom up ,; t. $600
sulphate to Increase soil aei- Instead of lime and thus did oral! methods of conditioning the I 6;00 P.M.Churchmen Episcopal Young Bailey Road CHURCH METHODIST

cut blooms. One author suggests I rushing the stems then boiling G. A.C. FINANCE.CORPORAT :
I the stems!! for five minutes In vlncgar FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOD Sunday School ?._.?.?..? 10 AM D:45 a.m. ??....... Sunday School I :
protecting the flower with Rev. E. A. Lewis raster Morning Worship ............ 11 A.M. 11:00 am. ?_?. Morning Worship O N
wet newspaper during the process, 10:00 a.m. _........ Sunday School Evening Service .......... 7:30: 1'.1tNITED \[. 6:15: v.m. MYP Supper & Programs. !I __
then soak She also suggests cutting 11:00: am. ??......? Worship Service ft ft AMOUNT"' Y MeN TI FOe
some of the woody stem with 6.30: p.m. _M C. A. Youth Services PENTECOSTAL: : '::30 pm ??..,. Evening WorshipBIBLE YOU GET 'e MONTHS 10 MONTHS .II MONIHS U "''ONTjjJ
the flower. Another author tears 7:80: pm. Evangelistic Service CIllRtH ft ft ft I---5 00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.5S ..
the stems with a flame or dips rburtday mid week ferric i South 8th St. Ph. 261-3701 I BAPTIST CHURCH [ 16000 S 9.49 10.79 I 11.67 16,1'
Rev. W. W. Roland 429 South Kth Street
them In hot water. The flowers 7.80: p.m.PRINCE 425.00 2U6 28.35
School .....,.. 10 30.69 42.5600.oo
then completely ft ft Sunday '" am Johnny L, King, Pastor
and items are
submerged In water for several OP PEACE Worship Service .. .... . Ham, I Sunday Services: 34.39 39.34 42.66 59.3S
houri or overnight vinegar being LUTHERAN CHURCH Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: p.m. 10:00: A.M. ?.??..... Sunday School
308 Atlantic Avenue
added In tho proportion of one Donald R. Hlmmelman I'astor Bible Study Thursday 7:30: p.m. 11:00: A.M. ?- Morning Worahl- I Ij :

half cup to two quarts of water.FERTILIZER. Phone 281-5G34 ft 6:30 p.m. _.......................?. B.T.U Fernandina le. h, Plarlrf
Sunday School................ 0:45 a, m CIIURCII or GOD op j 7'"0 P.M Mm's Praver Service Tel.phone l 261-3611 ..
Worship Service ........ 11:00: a. m. PROPHECYRev. 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship .
ft ft H. C. Drury Pastor Tuesday: I _CBes/ tout Daily it, WtanMdiytfatorfeyf.ltJ

i 81. PAUL'S LUTHERAN 10:00: a.m. ............ Sunday School 17.00: pm. ..?__.._.?...... Visitation' _ALSO_PlVI_CPNVINIINT' OFFICiS' IN JACKSONVIUIffr '
CHURCH 11 ..m. .....?......... Morning Service Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:301 I :
.... ..
i i Amelia City Near Intersection

50 Ibs. '6-6-6 A. F. Gerbhardt, Paator _.
1:00 --- --- --- -- --
: a.m. Morning Service ----- 1

$155| SPRING ft III*I.I. BAPTIST ft r- .", p.' :

CII U ItCH :; "'- I
State Iliway 107 ISWauvllleKM. \ i '
6.6.6 Pellets Man E. Wade, I'anlur. I ,.' <\'. '; VACATIONand\ I > ,,. ',' J
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Pastors Prayer Time I"ft'f' > *r I r" rRw t1"+

(For Men) .................. ..... 7 am .> ,t.. ....: *i.. 1 :\ .
$199Grotone| Sunday School ...... 9:45 a.m. I' ... < < < \ > -
.. ..
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Morning Worship .. ... 11 am. """ ,< < >" < '1' "' ", ','".,<,,,, ',
Training Unkn. .......... 6:11i: p.m. ',( .'< : ,
Pellets Evening Worship ........ 7.30: p.m. < 'j ,
Wednesday: 1I'I' i
Men's Hour of Power .. 7 : \ ,
t SHORT STORY: "We Loan You Own" p.m. 4i ,1\ ., < <
$298 Prayer Service ....... 7:30: p.m. '
i "Whosoever will may come." : "f' : : :: :: .
Fernandina Federal I ft ft ; .... ", ,,> < :: ;
I > 1 PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH ;; ;frt ,},:t "f"-'AJ';o } 'RD:!! 'lit;
:Savings & Loan Assn. HARDEEBROS. SUNDAY Rev; W.SERVICES G.;' Brooks: Paator I lt1.!:' ,::$sr.' : ,,(+ 1. seiwa.AWb J .'i: ;n''.IiOf]

9,45: A.M. ... .... Sunday School I ; < 1"I
__ 202 Atlantic Avenue Atlantic Ave. 11:00: A.M. .. . Morning Worship I "'.i \,,: 1)f' ) ... ..\' I
1:00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service \ 1: .W-
1 6:30: P.M... ... .. Training!! Union I I../: 1 .; 1
7;30 P.M. Evening Worship < .
NX. .
I Wednesday Services: "
7:30: P.M. .. . Prayer Service : ,

... ft ft
Re*. J. T. Dunnam Pastor .
Worship Services: *:30 A.M.
Another First ForHOLLY
I 11 :00 A.M
8 00 P.M.

'1 Sunday School __ 945: A.M.
Training Union .. 6:4: : P.M. .A

Prayer Service ?.....-? Wednesday

HILL I ft ft KiST 7.30; P.M. I :


I I Earl South Hllbert 11th Street Minister ;; :,:l.. __ .

Sunduy Bible Study. 10:00: a.m.
: ? Get my from It ill In a Suptr Torqu* Ford Hardtop, bad In span competition,built, tai th.opus, raid.
Morning Worship .... 11:00: a.m.
Evening Worship .... 7:00: p.m.

FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN At our price you can afford both !

Rev. John Dozier, I'aktor
Church School l 0:45>: A.M.
Worship Service 11;00 A.M. Get away from old car worries! Our sales are at a record high so you can count on
I Youth Meetings ..... .. 6:CO( I'.M. Trade 'em to us and hit the road In a new Total record savings. Our selection Is the Industry's widestso -
Church School... .... 7.30; P.M. Performer from Ford. Head for the hills breeze to you'II find the Ideal model for your family your
New Plastic I ft ft ft the beach. with that carefree feeling you get from a finances Come in and test drive a Ford. Falcon or
CHURCH Of (.Oil J solid Super Torque Ford the smoothest, steadiest, Fairlane, a hardtop convertible, wagon or any vaca
I 'or. 4th and Cedar SU.R strongest car In Its class by hundreds of pounds.Jon.r.ady Ford during our big Vacation Sale.
v. L. Marvin Johnnon, Pastor
I Phone 261-3807
NO DEPOSIT 10:00 m. .?._... Sunday School
I 11.00: am: ., ? Morning Service
Y P E. Friday Evening 7:30() pmT .

:30 p.m. ?.. ... Evening Service
Prayer meeting Wednesday '

GALLON JUG ft 7:30 p.m.ft '

TABERNACLE BAPTIST tilt away Pots It II In a alGIn Hardlojl

Amelia Road Phone 281-1487 i r. ... ...

r Rev. Lord Chambers Pastor I Get owayreamaaeMeFarleeewets. \ @.
Sunday School...?.......? 10 am -
*UNIbRF.1K! : .IJII.E! : SPACE: SAV'EK: NO LEAKERS: ; Morning Worship _......... 11 am
.. Evening Worship ?_..__? 7 p.m. I

.M Rev. Leonard Duncan Pastor

Sunday Mass _._.?_. 2nd 4th
Sunday _.._ 7:30: am.
We are proud to bring to you the milk container of the Sunda Mass _......._..?_ tat. 3rd MOTOR COMPANY I
8th Sunday, 11.30: .
future It will soon be available at your grocery Monday, Young People 7 :::. I
Tuesday, Novena Services 7:30:

market. Please ask the to it for p m. YOUR FORD DEALER SINCE 1910
manager get you Daily ? .......?.......... .*.... 8 a m.
Saturday ?.._.. Convent Chapel
J 8:30 Communion In Convent '

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tame number the Senators sot off I h'eWA Leader Fernandina Bench Florida Thursday May 21 1 1964! Face Seven
!( ::- ,
Senators Win the of Ronnie McDonald. Steve Hendrix _
pitching I -- --- -
'I Ronnie smashed a home run In t I two runs In the sixth, but the rallyI by Ferreira getting two tingles.
the sixth to set the Cubs In the Suffers Broken ; Senators Take smashed out double
Slants 6-3 Over Cubs : Leg I fell short. Paul Sihranti a
I. scoring frame of mind while Jim I, Billy Leeper ,led the Hornets In for the winners and Mi key
I Peacock led them in hilling with hitting with 3 hits while theist Townsend a single to round out the
As Rally Fails 2 hits, Larry Gill Wesley Dougljs, In Game Friday 1 Rimers belted a triple and Hendrlx League Lead As S<'nalor 12-hlt attack
BY CURT GARDQNLynn Max Kurd and Stanley Stewart(
hit a double before leasing Billy Leeper and David Bower:
The Klwnnls Senators Jumped got hits for the !losers. Tau big Inninus bv the HravenK.ive the name, Lccpcr also hail, a They Down Hornets gal tliu only two hits for the llur.nets. .
Joyncr came through I i In play furnished all fans and play. Lidd Gordon Ivd tile Senators them s 6.3 edge OUT' the I double AI Dennett came through .
InIl colors(, when the St. Join ers on bull sides plenty of excite out lo an early 0-0 loud and slavedoff wllh two hits while Paul Sehrunu, Hornets in Little League oetlon with two lilts for the Hornets Wind II' lligRlnbotham lettuce! the t LINE; SCORE)
1 her Junior College captured the I l ment. Mike was completely c> a rally of three rum In the I Wlndle Higginbotham:! McDonald, i frldll)' afloinuon which! was mar. |I Bruce Gregciiy:: l led the I lloinetsI : ; Hiwanls Seniilors Into first plate in Senators 210 203 8 12
l. Id-Florida Track Meet last wed I haunted from his lung trip: around ilxlh to defeat the Cubs 6.3, In Bobby Ferreira and Billy Sutton rl'lb\ )/ little Steve llemli'lx gelling I I wills a single and double w'1th the Little League Standings an he Hornets 000 000 0 2
'St with 77 with I the basel Little League action lout collected hits for the Senators. I hurled Iwo-hliter to set the dm.
.Johns won points I Thursday his leg broken at second base i| Murk Grumpier Wych Bryce a Illgglnbotham and Ferreira;
firfvard coming In second with !3yo *! afternoon. I LINE SCORE! I Iho Braves scored 3 In the *cc. Clint Brown Al Talblrd and Tom. coca )Hornets down, 8-0 Hiiiltinbotham Leeper and Burton.MORE .
t,. Jovner ran the hundred I I In Danny Griffin did another outstanding The Senators scored a run In Cubs 000)( 003 3 7 my Skipper! getting hits for theInnrri. struck out A and walked HX!
104 won the 220 with a time of pitching/ J'ib fur the Mm. the first two 'Jtl the second and Senators 123 non 6 7 oust nnil the Hoi nets cc'sirs'd tine I In posting the victory
021. and won the mile relay 1'he Id 4 Galore Wednesday alteinoowhen three In the third for their scoring McDonald and Douglas 'I' in Hie! third and two In the filth I LINE: Sf ORE I I Iadd Getidcin; and lllgglnhothiim SPORTSON
m was held at Cocoa. the Colors downed J. V:', II. Ronnie ; I to lie (111\ score, but another three Hornets 001 022 5 7 led the Senators In hilling with 3
: *' tlule Steve Hendrix has mot out 9 and was not scored on unlll lance on the hill for the winners:: )I lust I of the \liflh gave them the Hmvcisi; l.eeiwr and Bui'Ion; turn a double Rukv) McDinnlel 1 PAGES 9 & 14IT'S
bad luck than just about anybody. the ninth Inning.Sr and wai nicked for seven hits the I Try A Classified Iliune The )Hornets bullied with Skipper' and Hi'own. had a mimic and double with Hull-
.Hd*received a broken leg In a < !uule League game last Frida, Jerry Franklin Is really hlttln
;.aftprngpn, which will probably end I the baseball for his team In thl'l
hi. playing for thin season. La't Senior League Jerry loves the I
year: he was sidelined with a game and Is really helping! the Fal I
'broken arm, but he Is a toug ecns and when the averages are I II
competitor and loves to play base I I published heI 111 probably be vile
lMkQ so he will be back again next of the lop hitters of the league I YOUR TURN NOW!
yr giving the game all he has I I '* .& ALee
every minute. As the old saylnjjofs ,, Godwin hit a home run lorI
"nice guys have all the I I the Falcons Wednesday night I In :
Jmiiih luck" and all of this misfortune Senior League play while Mar,
couldn't have happened to Haddoik blasted a triple I

'4*liner little
Jijfeiu know whether most of the ,, fine so fibill for the I taus Wl'lhlt'l'l For 23 Sheriff Youngbloodhas
people, think so or not, umpire day niglit: the first game years
are human soon of them any cd In lifly.fivc millutl'aI hlle tin I
;W'Y, but they are Kcltlng to ut't+md game, even though linlni:
mull abuse from mannaers and extra Innings was played In jus
players In the Little and Senioleagues. one hour, Tills type sufi i> ball I IR I furnished for
Everyone knows the urn. I worth going out to see*. protection your
to the
plies are contributing pro -- ---
well as the mlnall"rsd
)1I'amlII coaches and we think the mail Red irds Defeat
yiirpow I Is to teeth the kids

liportsmiinshlp!teem to play) bull.through To have teaching bal Pirates As Rowe home and community in a capable

(iimcs, we have to have umpires
Jo why not let sumo calls you Tosses NoHitterTerry
lun't. allrl'e with go by bee BUM.
I' fjiimnns do make acme" mistakes Howe twilled a nllhlill'r honorable
>V'c doubt, there Is anyone perfect for) the Tteclhlrds as they clou m'd I manner.
')alluding umpires manager. (ho Pirntcs, 111. In Senior Ll'allill"Util
,"'vjcoachcs, players and fans Any. n Monday night ROil airsick I
," Sway, there Is always a need for out 5 and walked 4 In posting an
good umpires so anyone deslrlni almost perfect game I

to do better, there are plenty of Rowe also led the Redbirds Ir If want continuation 0 f this same efficientlaw
vacancies hitting with 2 hits while Ricky Oil you a
iV ft ver, Beryl Rice, Jim Corbctt andHang i inera.
The brighter side of things cams Soo lloo got hits for the win.
off last week at the Senior Lea. I fellow
guo park when Mike McDonald Fred /Adams scored the only run enforcement which prompted
I belted a ball over the left fielder'; of the game for the Pirates
head. On the relay the ball was LINE SCORE)
bobbled a couple of times and Redbirds 600 50-11 (8
Mike wa+i traveling around the Pirates 100 00 1 0 sheriffs throughout Florida to name him as the
bases at full steam He didn't even Rowe and Mason B"an; \1'11'1
slow down at second continuec Hums. Scagrives and Adums.
around third and on his way home

lie\I concession hen fell his across mother stand home and ran met plate.out Mike of The the asa I Golf Association I II top officer of their state association, then vote

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a -- -- -- I
J, I Names May 30

Are You Looking For 4-Bcll Play !I on May 26 for. .

Den Brown tourney chairman of ,
he I Fernandina Beach C1;uU' Association REASONS .
For One of The announced Iwlff Iftat another I .4 I, .. ,
of the popular/ best bull of
Foursome tournaments has been EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY
I : I .
Following Cars? slated.
Teams have been drawn find the I The following poem, while written in a hum-
I Foursomes will tee off on Saturday, I H J YOUNGBLOOD
May 30. orous vein, tells o f many of the situations

1962 Ford I As before each team will have a that confront sheriffs wherein experienced
captain who will play from scratch :
I Three other golfers will make up handling is a must.
9 Passenger Station the foursome with each receiving

Wagon, R&H a predetermined number of hand I. ,I ,'. : The Sheriff's' Job
Auto: Trans. J 895 cap' strokes. 'f 1" ,; I ;
DrILY I I The "A" plaYl'r111I 'receive ; : ""Jf. tl: IIff.('<";! r h..J\. ?' ,.... :, I. t" 'i ; ,/ 'uw'wi, '
u. y', .!";, 4,'". ,i I r I /''I1IIM4' dinnll't,, /< > ntu 0") ( ,
i Ii strokes on holes 2. 5, 8lnd/ strikesin II."D" I y" 'o.I j: t'41YSit5'45' ::10'1 '. I.ilir hotnru'rfr'I/ [j'IIIil',1/", < iifi'ri, ilniif.
players wlllgl't their fn/h: // flY rngh/null{,/ 11"11' liy ln\.
h lies I. 3, 7, 10, 1 H and 18."C" /
6k VolkswagenSunroo' I strokes ill t Tiny limy f lif n<'in, in niili'\/ 111/1/)',
lolcs 4.players 6,) 9. 12. 13, 14, 18 come and 17.on I Jii,1Pi:4.1I, : ; Candidate I for f ReElectionAs I "lhnry' HH/II nut rdsrrl" \"\ iiir, I'niii nf/ tin-, miii'r// ,
Radio tliilli-i/ j
1195'' The teams, made up of membersif .r "Init'ir) Imilly nr 1stoum
and Hciter I the Golf Association are as lol.ows /'"',\ in, ,lln1, luinJHtui'/ l 1",1 gel n /HUH,
i : I III"I'll Innl/in' ,fin dillsloee' lillll-jill\l// / inif."
Y. E. Hall Capt. Jim Clark,
lay Lindress, Jeff Buwvri. S,, ter> 111111/1/ in inn/ ,fit'i'ii/ list! !ul! "llu-, hail/
196Falcon\ : Dr. Oeo. Barker Capt.. Ibm ,1 .it .lint' iliii'f !lilir, n tln-ttiiiliiif' unniii', 'tlir(, Hiiiil.Ilin / .

lamiUon George Davis, John Bax.er. 'k } Your ugly IIII/H'/ ills,! nil/ 11'' inn //i!J.i/ir,
4-Ioor( SedLnAutomatic I h lo lir ""l liiniil, l'futr'/ I'ss l / Ilif/ I higgrr/ ,
/95 L. C Shave Capt., Clias.: Tom. /gall.
II f J family/ """',' end, niiiiil ii\u\mn\ ,
Tofknuntlu! tAM (noun, Hugh Stcnc, Darwin Smith. ,,,, I
II Irons" /tin- n//an// II'I/V \II"IlyI"/ "sty .-
Don Ho.
Bob Gcdton Capt /'" ii'i'III ,f"I./ ii it wen pal! liiiiilnin" ti/Miic/i/ ;' / ,
bert AI Miller, Waller Preston
Andy+ Allan, 111 Capt., Bi'.l:! Ma'il, /HHHI": In II//.i l ,,, /tlir lira' ulilnt/ / /gist;,/

59 Ford Truck Green, Don Brown Cecil Brew ton. /'mllj'I'/ "/ /II""id'IIII'1,1, tJm,! H/I/ /lln' 'fmtTliHHIIIIlW 11,
One-Half Ton colds John, E Scarboro V Garcia- Capt.D C, Land.Rey. U'f illHffnle'/ / wilt',' tI"d""I'II',1/ 'llIXet I
Pickup 695 Tom Lannon Capl. Paul Kor. .\' tiny' wc'", limiting' n iiuitllnl ',11"11"11/', I
ONLY lau, C, H Howard Lester Durham 'l'Irrn slay' / ii/i/ nil/ niglit{, lit smuf our/ 'finally/ ,, nw,
Harry Poole Capt.. U W,, Rln. ,\i\t ilnH'I', liurr' mint,,, 111,1I", / liui'\i'n' "mrr,
lIer: Ed Boner, Lonnlc llol'mss-' 5 H ERIFF fire/ ili'li/ niliinlil/ //\ llii-ir, in' mnl, rn hare,
1957 Buick earth "II hour ii'iir' via' ," /llm lulln/ ", """ "IlirMI/, / "I/ .\S'liit'inlit' '/ "
v i Jim Pe-cr-eon Copt,. lien Grace I Inill, fi "tlllI'1' // "I 1 ilnii't, "u'uu'mbrr"'I / ,
John Hooper) L K. Ne.lan,
( 1 l-Door Hardtop Rudy York Caps. John Uo/icr) '/u"i, "rgar;:, iiiniiml 'til hallant I / / darer/ ,
i It & H Autc 495'' till Miller, Emerson Fl/er. 'I'{"', 'IlifHM' / /gars 11,1' ""dII' / ', In snow.
Transmission : Jesse Tmer Cap! Steve fish, /s 'III, tin' ,
J 'I In- /linlffniil/ "lln'in n duly M ilniifiItiil /
-- ., -- Spence, Perce EnUmlnHir, Mike / "''i/lit limin luti" i llirme doors\ In nur,
I iula..
Maybe You Are I Joe Starboro Capl, Heib Hal.| AIHII/ /llnit'i111/ / II // ail// lr of l lllint' Wf lln,
Il'Y, Dan Daugliorty, Jerome Spin- ,\1'u, wanly/ ', II lId! /w..
For A New : ceo It/ may/ hiH liiniili-r, n (bungfro", a, ilumli" /",
Looking Red Bean Cnpl Hen Shave lie 111)1'/ / bill/nlil/ / yuitr u'tilili'', tir yoln5) / 1551/i,{,

Car? If You Are I Icrbert Fred Oslccn Luke, Tom- Capt.Tlllman., Lick MeMhenncy As 0 IS usual I 0 In most political campaigns, the leading II'i- <><'t nut! In rdri" /151115505/Ii''sill, ln-\l f ',

: A H Hardec Bill Kud- 11',' tnlili, H //inn'nliiy; ,nn/ /lair I th,? 'in//,
We Would Like To tier I candidate I bears the brunt of charges both II'f "" tulili /llifin nil, /tminiif li'inimi ilin'( ,
I Glynn Waa Capt. Jim Weber many Tlifilnn'l'' / Imi'f' !1"d/ ,, /Is /likiyini, lI"tI// tinntnrliiiin ,
Show You One of Cecil Luptcln. Harry Taylor, him in office and \ ; / lliry/ jiliml/ / gaillvrual/ '' 'linln.f'II'f7 "/ erhl/ ',
Bill Cn.lds, those to by
seeking replace
David Smith Capt. : '' by lirn Ml tininmilv, / will/ srorrfu' -ut l 1"mntul." '
Our New Burn Balky, J. T Dunnam. 7V Itlnnif ,Ilif tlriiiiinn./ tlir, uric' tli-al{ tlif" Intilf//,
Capt. Gus Low en.
Ill'lO.John Ervin Guest -Willlama John Bur. other disgruntled citizens. ,1"/11 Jewnit Ilir "lilmnr mi 'ilirHim' old' t/icu/f./ ,

1964 FordsWe ink 'III'III/'V/; / Ilini-'t {Inni'inln./ / end ml. nfliirr(( jii'/j; / deal/, ,
Buddy Burgess Capt. ll/n/r/ '// Bob Breslin, Ben Clarke.
hoper Bill Meltcn Cupt. Al Budmc, Sheriff has steadfastly refused to dlg"I"/ { '" n abrn/f// / /dii-ii' HIM killnl
Need New Car Pl'te' Ingtam t John Schul'zBe.b : Youngblood :/I.f!,- il( ///ii/i/.t/ ,, with ,,,,,,,. gals" 'lit tlnilli-il./ / .
Young! Capt.; Archie ) 'i'inn'' / /gel i \i i It'll win n mil, nn n mil,
Trade-Ins mith, John Gregory Bob Ramsey nify these charges, being firm in his conviction that '(.nmr war ought/ / ii ,Ilif "llnnn eau t/niii/i/ii'// / tin tit nil.//
Tom Shave Capt. Del Thco- ,, 'Imf 1'rinlI l
}1'nil hind 5'I 1:1'1: t iinvmn in Mint
-- bald.ahlman.Frank Lambrlxht Harry I his record speaks for Itse If and that a majority of in il/ iinni'iinr gels/ / i/i../, In''* n tang limr tlrinl.

Bob Askms Capt. Edison Cat.ty. S.. il'l quitr n /umiir, i/I'/ "'' t/,,i + ,' ,
LASSERREMotor Carl Swanson H :M A.k.m the voters will reward his efforts and experience } nil.II,/ "I/lIII/I' nil /lln, Inn l< mnl/ nImk till tlif tlnil,

Ray Caldwell Capt. Ed Jones, t I IKI'n lint I likr i it n,!/, ""d11! / / \ln-ililin' nn 'Iran/ ,

Co. George Fouhand'Tyson Extten- Capt.Corbctt., Andy AI.lan I with a strong endorsement at the polls on Tuesday. I'll like liriiifi year tliriill// unntlirt' four yrini,

S. 8th St. I'h. 261.:IIS19v Jr., Bob Phlnncy Tom Digby, I "'J: raid Politick! Adv.rtl>.m.ntj.SPO
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- i 1 r- Mixed DoublesBY Islanders Defeat --

I Nolle li' hereby (Iven that on the M day /lit Suns 1064 ft 12;:0(1( nonr 7-1 Loss With ANGLE DREW B&C As ChemCellWins
at the rlly I Hell I ernundlna" Beach County if, 'Nassau' Floridatan ,
II sold the, Mliwlng clfirnhert larfrt aIOlnOI pay the. S.1
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amount lush duo aide lor and taxes adverteing herein 101 cOil,opunle, the ".m. together with the COetIof Hord On I Mound team Stnmllnni tt.. Total riM Over KAC J. F. ( Johnnie ) CLAXTONI

Amount 0'' '
block Lot Tone, tVltitar noddle Kilowatt No 4 12 2UK 11rl'RT GORDON ..
Oxber and cueta The Cuba handed >' Jdi Bench Bur No 3 12 2-W' I of (the candidates for 3 '
their second 11111I) of the Little Lit.gue 2 1 ,ln" The Mnnders and HUIKCM I 8 am r.
Lane No
& thru 7 George A. Delmor 'i: 31 neaion last !Itletq.y'( ,, afternoon, Buccaneer Cook Truck linen hnttlcd awali
: : Commissioner from District '
; A 2 1 2441Bclkrrs
3 uvu 2& tt. W. Chrtutnphcr W. E Barber Co No withal! flllracllin! last! Thtirdn'niklit \' County
1 N'y., 01 27 ''hru 717 Chicle A. Hall 5. Wife 44 77 71, as Max Herd, twirled a six- \Drug Store Nn, 22 I 24IU a i. "
a N''. hi In thru If Lounge A Uncle Chrlatopher 11I.89: hiller for the CuftWesley with HIP Islmdir winning i Three and a candidate who r'
I N'' 17 thru 28; N'1 01 The Roller By Pop Brlltot 0'1ooe 20 \ltliirv our B&C Gent' ,
,and Mr. to
oil 30 Chrlntlne M Clork 170I Dougla Bpnnle 12 2404IliRh
BIe 01 I A Lot 34 Churl. I'. Rngcra 30. 2It Donald led the team In mtlng withIwo Ptmtrn did the hiiilum l lur I the Is sincerely I appreciates t your vote in '
'fhru Pero MeN.iI 3487 hits with of DOII.101' Tram 1.fiinieiNo lindiri and llmllid tin Tniikirs t tJUKI tn ; ...; ;
apiece one
I 4: 31 Ihru 34; 4 2141' two hit'*. ulngli hI I.mitt end the first which placed me tI $r
W 113' ur a II 8 Howord C Pearl E. Leonard a 54 being a double John Hollii primary, \\\ v;:,
'16 I A 34 Ilerplrce 1 E Lit" 370 also hit a duublei Mike Ashe. Jim. No. I 24UB Smth. Puwti. walked 2 and lu'ul'kOllt

: k\ of E 10 35' 01 U i,lrrj tc H. Aklna 514 140 I IJ my Peacock and Stanley Stewart No 2 24(11IliRh ( 2 in the runoff. Your confidence in '

Fibert' A Elnlse lillI; M Ind :1(.OnmenSlnnlev John smith did tlio pitching for
the Cubs
In hilling
J IY I, k; II shown vote is
2 14 D. 'b me 43 BI hnnni n 040 Bil and nlikiil toil' J J""ml I nil me as by your great
W. M Thrift .23 nmnhhed wit
S4 E 14' 0' I lIucy A Lntue Gary Loviqulsl out
84 "'t 0' T "or.re A. (nu'ele' Dove. Sr' I It: I three lilts to had the Jets In lilt Buddy, Clridir #02Buddv hits lit walked llnir but ilkl not ly appreciated.
W of S Ilorure" Sr. 151 Dolniid? 002 strike ,
: :011 W. M MCRIIe; 37810 ling/ while John Oliver came throiiKli nut a biltrrPute
14 N ..7' nr 2 Marv Ellonhe'h' HIII'er' ::1"" 11Il with 2. B. Comb* gal the other Jil HlKh, :Vblis;, and Bills TMlim 1iiI

40 5'p'N11, of ut" : K 1,14101, t. fi'.A' : Evelyn M. Odom 43: :r hit No! 4 R 8"4 B'fl led I la \\iniun In hitting; will) :2 As I have stated before, was

:: Nth EC: of of : 5' :avl Ingram A C Shine 40114 511 : I.IXE SIOnFl( ,. No No S 8211' ;1 1Illuh lulls iplue wlillc Coil J, m* will 111111Wayne born in this county and have been
)Outsell HirouMi !
II N.. 01 8 Roherl E. A. R. Dllvl. 108 Cube 201 040 7 8 Ind Game / came
3 RIb 01 8 III a' of 7 1irnr40 L. P..rptna 2021e JUS ((100 001 1 fiHird Biihnnnon 247 him our the winner. in business serving you for nine
or 7 DaVlII Rogers Idnlov
: /Nte, J nobertt;: Mnrrle' HX and Douglas! : Lovequlut mid Mary Jane Wilson 241: LINE SCORFl

1' 1 : JOleph 81mmono 157 J. Cover. I 0K( ) uoi 0 Ot 2 2 Commissioner
Stella Donald 234 Bums & took I want to serve as County
IN' 01 8 "'-1' ElII.n (lathers IEct.. 1043 years. you your
1117 f III', nl 8 '4\\'" I'hartel Corroll 1105I High A 7 A\ Roy. A Evelyn Howard: : 441 Stanley Bohnnnon 7-R40 Smith and Rmnuld; Power and! from District Three. As your servant, a County
74 N'n of 7 ( Commodore 114IS Methodist Braves
7 f Ern'.1 omptey Se Haggle F..on 4 II 'I Cecil 'lodwe 11I6- 42 NllllllX who is interested in the welfare of ail our citizens

I eon A Cnleman 443flnenee Cnrl Green 111-502: (HEM.CELL K \fIn

I SO' of 5 Wm. a Joeephlne Pringl.I Johmon 43,45 141 Down Redlegs In High Average Bowlers l Gents. tin trxmr" the CliimCill\ rhih and conditions all over Nassau County.

I '. of a Wlllia Iv A RUIa Wdllatnl. 4'52I tnnlev Bnhanm\ 213 pounded tit a 14.3 win over the

II.I ', 0l of 1 I I l JOleph Slmnone' Jr. 240Hl Set Cecil fudge 180 Krait Aihlitic Club ("\\'m.1'U Many of you know me personally, and know that I plan

I 0 I''flrmlth: : 140 i 14-Hit AttackThe Carl Green 167 befell runs In every Inning except ned for and much consideration: to this office beforeI
I of N 50' of 3 POIII C. A Annie P. puma 3 IOU Arrhle Smith 161 Ihp I !trot, gave

I 125'n'oIl 8 J.laute Mayo''oloon A C. Shine 4 182 alI. Melhodlut Drn\c! soundly ladlei High Scratch Bowlers Bill Cnx and Lnirrlght lout I quclified, so that I would b ) better prepared to give you

1:i I 8 bent Flunk Union W, J0hnlnn No." 813 A Wife 421 7II: Ihrnshcd Ihe KAC RedUss. 14.0. In Betty Becton 171-4 181-4 >fl HIP l'lll'lII-fl'lI In hilling with the kind of representation yu want on the County Commission *

: I i A !N'P l' a ;:',l.1.! 4e Edna nMCn,". I 111 09I. I Little League action Tutsdnv afternoon Stella Doland thru hits flplire with Alton John-
42' F. r 5041I Vclma Hode( 149-421 ion smashing a double and N. .

:I :II 1 : 1 c 5 Alloi James't c.h"rntnn 414Jndah 195I Mike Malone and Tommy Skip. Ladln Scratch ItowUriUnity I II smlili eetlliiR a ilnRlpVtinin .

I i I I 4 I'it of 8 't'" lea MrColloullh A bete Mlxnn 1802I 445 r>er led (he 14-hit attaik with 3 I Stella I Morton Doland| 1"141 Shepard ltd the KAC In I hope you will see fit to vo'c for me on May 26th, as

II I I N'y: of I t Ion McCullough: 5304: lilts apiece Skipper, Mil Inn 3 dimble lulling! wlln two hit> with Pinluli; Commissioner from District Three. Please
1 Oh
N lu 046 H.rhert Lea Chatmnn County
Jacobs and your
INth" of 8 Tmnml Le. A. A. 8. Oliver taol and Mali'no 2. Al Talblrd and TV lop Thrill Arlhur

11'1 of 8 Sarah Wlllllme 2201 Union I Brown nlliclcd two hits Mjiklum\ Rilling hits loi Ilio lot give this request your deepest thought.Do .
(I tIynn Pope 611 i Week of 5-19
I : Mixon 31670 spleec wllh Dennl Little lulling! a PCL
N'1 01 7 Lot S
I ';.. J".ph B A. W. p Mull!. 3175 double Wyche Bryec and Mark High Team S.Amp. LINE SCORE: think a candidate engaged in a business which

171'17' thou 20 Moo Benjamin tF.I" 243P Crumpler puling! single. The! Rollers 25fiB I IBrrkrr. [ hem Cell Oil 2J:> 14 8 you

I I I 13 A A. 4 18 .-7' Ester SUlllhe..1 M"a Helghta Kirtle)'Inr, II 11100I 42I i Bob Godwin RolMlie only hit Drug Store 24(14( KAC 003 KID( 3 Ii relics on the tourist trade passing: his door will really work

III 3... 4 Shlrlev A. Unrh'ro A peed :274411fi I lie Redlios W. E Barber Comp 23.12 L L-ibliwniJ and take
made ( and WrlKlit
I 3 4 John D A. M L Cul.mun 3:11: by High Ind 3 Game Cox ; for the construction of bridges or roads which might
5'' David. A Alice Turner 3 12 LIVE MOrtK: Mark hum.
11. Sub: 1l n 01 2; Bib! C Braves 002 SI6 14 14 DustV Hhnde 671 that traffic away?
A. D rl I "enrv FI.her 8 32ii I LarrY Flint 662
N too' of W. R. Evam 3B84l Redlegs 000 000 0 1
: hub 5 72' :,I'nr'lr Skipper and Brown, Grduln and I Johnnie Wllllaimon 855 Burgess & Cook If will but answer that question conscientiously, and
N en' 01 A nf I 8yl"I" A Bulb Morgan 7784 High Trim Game! you

,l. Sub II 41'W'0'.C off or 3; Wry 01t Petl MrNell 127I. II Avery. The Rollers 818 I II for the best interests of all Nassau County, then I know

t. N50'ofCof4S42'M: I W. E Barber Comp B31Beckers Wins/ Close 10ChemCell
O of 401 !Illan: A Elteaheth: McGowc" 7111 Jets. I Drug Store 811lllgli (hat you will vote for Johnni Claxlon as your County
.14 N 511' II 78' 01 D Ai; 7 Vernlta Eda'nrde 5151 Rotary
114 N Me 01 D 0' 7 Selma A Vlula Jaokoon 4152 I !Scratch Bowlers Men Dyer Commissioner From District Three.
114 01 A A N 8', 01 D Rusty Rhodes 218-682 i

814.1. ofa'D E15ofDot15'EtynfNl4'of I ; FIIIntt Tommie& lee ''i.heman: Olivet;en 2416 196 I Defeat Redlegs I Johnnie Larry Flint Williamson 145-2.16051High 62: Manager Charlie Bryan Bur. Your Vote and Support Has Been and Will Be Appreciated

"",. nf''r 01 H It. It R. M. Poser 348 I .
10. Scratch Boulers ladle less! It Conk team ramp! bark Mi'nIny
11& N C' 'fU or 8; 073' Loral Union No. 106 SOl By 9-2 Score Ruth Wllllimwrn 224-flH! nlghl In rapture a dime bull

III f ;, 4rA157 I Beet Labe No.3 Carolyn Rowland 24t-618! lump as Ilie B&C Tram edged Vote ForJ.

A'5 B of 5 t'O h Lee Whit. 840 871I Six big rum In (Ihe second InnIng I Eleanor Flint 20! -60; ('hl'lI1-'I'II. 1.0. In the bent outing

ISO C nl 3 Edna M Mllrhell 41) gave the Rotary Jell a bill High Average Bowlers Men of the Softball enson. Last weekJiC

eo 130 A A'A 01 n 0 of I J Paul.me.Llndl'Y A. R M. Hlllzendorl DR 381 It II lead to go on to defeat the Red. Larry Flint 24! was on the short end of a 2.0 "Johnnie" CLAXTONAS

Ito Ft. nr D 01 10 W, fI, Evon. 411 U legs, 9.2. In artlnn at Joe Vclard Johnnie Williamson 2tl tore' when they lout to the Innn .
Ill C .' \ 0 Arthur L, Jackson I 174 I Field last Thursday night Tin I \Dusty Rhodes 21! rtirtBiC .
4111 A 01 8 W. 51 Fran.
231 n 0' 0 W B Evnbu 4 1\:1 Jet added 3 more run In tin Arrhle Smllh 220 scored what proved to be

232 R 44' 01 C of 2; D 01 3 Cornell Albert Pane.on A. Bulb Benlaml" 47 184 8I'a filth High Average Bowler ladle he winning run In !Ihe sixth after YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER MAY 26
A 0' 2 24:1:
2'8 A A It D A Conk M I The Redlogs scored In Ihe thin Carolyn Roland IIP two team had bnlllid Inr sxmiliiK
246 (' A D B Nan'plml B. A. NonrO o"' and fourth Rush Witllamsun 224 at a 0.0 stall' .male.
140 B J. B. A C.r" II" ..ard 3'112 214Jlldl t"- .::1QIIII Partrtofof4 Eddie Justice. Join Cover In Eva Sirmonor
250 N'w 01 3: lwi errors and a simile by Hnl. ,
true" 01 7 C'r,ell A Lilith Durhan II'J 202M the Jem with 2 hits apiece will King! 212 aieountid for the winning nil
0'J 111 3 Wilbur A. Heodrl II Wife 44SM Gary Lnvi quint, Steve F.nNII'Y.DulP' Team Standing W I.I Inn ._ __ 1. :.- -
328 !'IIMh'r lliu Ollly
N 811 3' 01. (colt A 1.ld. Ro\\tll I In the R'"It'' win )
283 5'1 rf 7' Jan Jul Ino. 101 In Cover and'A.. Dizler' share*( I W. E. Barber 6 other trucker' to 11,1'1I lilt olf tin,
283 N' M T we Jan Jul 1; Inn. tOI t In the! Jet hilling. W 'The RolIl'ra 0, 2Bl'ckefl .

200 709 3233 l0lhru, Eta 01 W'y of 211 W Nick M.i.MoRe.Juhn TIIIDko. 'I 2U5. i, Terry Davis led the Rcdleg Drug 4 2 Cell offerings rilniifrfox / / of. Bill Cox, Ate Clum 6".... .-; -'". ..s? --;".r-.ar T" ;: "l6SS iPdp" rJi} el"" */( Tl'. ,"w.tJol.

273 18 4hr" : A. 8 thru 9 I with two hilt while Jim Avery and Reddy Kilowatt a 4 In hitting wllh ;!N' 4 ,-J
led Ills tram 1'1'
.fnhn It F.llzahe'h 8Ullwell 1044 2 4 J
E or nn will Beach Bar
470 8 11 7 "melt C. %.IIIe, 290! Joe Rndclfer ramo throuRh 1 1 5 2 hors while Jimmy Ooidon, Alton .
290 8 .t. Iforh.rt: J. a Renner nYlllo 3 S0(; hits. Buccaneer Lanes Julinotin P. Wright and B. Lee< gut( l lhlli 'f.:; >t'scooter's J
2'15 20 A 30 Churn Clinch LINE SCORE! Splits Picked Up
:JI,. I" H: N to' Of"A T Llrfton Lee un I Redlegs 001 100 2 i 4 i Larry Flits 5.10 Slllt for the loser, ,

UT''I T' NO 111D Jet. 000 050-9 I I II ,I Eleanor Flint 2.10. LINE! /SCORFl, ,,;t;;, ,

N 70'.' of II A :: ,Rnhhy I. a. lonlre E. Noltl 1.1,2: Godwin and Avery: 1.0vl'qlll'land BurgeM A Chub' 001)) 1101 1 2 .' my :

S41II.f3 A ROTIICIIILI I J Cover 'llI'm-1'1I (KM) OIK 0 11llollon

n W', or I '. W. A. A Julle Pincktey 60 Stags Rally To and Ifeynnlils; Cix and
Ilerlha Ii Johnson 82.... I Wright: a rooter
8 081/4' 01 I \
MI.4 Theo Anderson A Wife 8 UAlKINI I Falcons Edge I Down Falcons 7-4 In the nightcap the 1 Islanders ;

OCEAN! CITY continued thrlr winning ways by t for ha711 .4

j n 9 r. C. Harper 172; 11-B I direnting the KAC, 5.1.I dene |'nw. if
i'Pirates ahead of tin "l
The Falcons Jumped
W. PORT flUfn CARI'M t'1l.-ct allowed only 2 hit. Mnitk out I\ aaMethyl!
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A U .hru 12 Ilnip. Onlyl C. A. Tourism, 1811 Slai In on effort lo defeat the "'a.IHII'.ll'od"ra. walked 2 HIP Ixliinder\ re. ., i ..
nnd an
Ilordon 8
JIIII1e. P. A Rulh IH483 : -
A W 75' of IS Shell 30 but oho Stag enmebalk "' .
The Ford Falcon rkrd pant the' the 1 ., '
main undilintrd our heniim t
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n'o' \lEAt'1i NO1 74 .:ndl
14 \ 1' Kalherln. Aninglrm: 101! Pirate. II-R. In Senior League ar. lo difcat Ihcm Hitcontest The Isl>nidi'm hi Ida SO lend t; Fx4 '; 1J4 :-
I I collected 10 hits 3
4) : J. M. A A R. nartcl. 17 7' lion lasl;t Thursday.. Two bin 'Inn team ,,
H.llllllton 8741FI.AV9 gluing lulls tin final Inning when
II I. A Mvy E.
89! lj rVr
liiu proved the downfall ofIII' PIrnln h O l
rl. KAC: mode/ a bid for a rally lo <>vrreunie 1. 0
4IEADOW5y'I on the Falcnni lenred 4 In Jerry Franklin with a triple nnd : l r ,
walks r
the luid when two
I 2 Ilot AilJ. In VDSb, and 5 In the fourth and Jop Wcullurfiird alit .. ,
1'N. 1.12 Cu. Reel I, Charlie III 54 ,II A. Wl/e Wit fII 1 the second double. and 'two INIKC hits Mined thilr only ); J 1
IIl1e.t 1911I David Riidi'Id'r and 11' r. ,"
I 4 Dtolmno C A H M Jtrrv Franklin wan' the his hiltet 2 sliiKlc.
n, c A. PI L. SlIlIth"ell I'll'' wllh Iwo single pooh Ill l run tr 4XI \
I I 07 r,1 Parker Jr I. WiN 2251I 2I fur the Falron with 3 hits Imlud- Godwin the hlnnd'r.In tAl, s'
Nobli li'd
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Rue Ol..rrter 48:11:4 the Falcon at the plnte while II'! Pi eco .
,'" Norman k Inn a 14111,1011'w41h Woilpy Pnolc .nllGrnllvllll' '
I! 2 4 J."o..h. A. N. M R."e. 211:1I : 1Suret'ss getting 2 hllinplroe vld Johnson got a double and M.keMcDnnnld hilling will) 3 hits while P. !Unrrumt "If, :..'\
8 'lInll.1 A K''herll" H.lmllhet 20 ::111I had 2 /and Carl Inns 2. nil ..
Hllhv Ollnrnn I'Ie" Prier Pmile throiiali a singleJ '
Yhltltln! : n It rime
I In and I II. loud added\, hill Ii!
: W: A Helm Willi. 2001FFRRI'IRt'5 with 2 ly <
12 George with a double while Mike MtDnn P Allen led Ihe Stags
: RrrUT: Mills and Ki>. lor She whim'isPittrMiii .
aid and David RodefTrr hind singles.! double while Harry
12 Willie R A Peggy I. Payne 181I 2 siusleoapiece and Mirkhim got the
Juhnny Welnner hod 2 bite tolead I bert Johnson collected

I OR EST III1.U NO. I Jark i rrankla D. Rrudley 20016EOR4.It'O the Pirates In hltllng while to share the\ hitting:! lead only two him mule by KAC

73 1CRNA.0DINA 4 BEACh NO. I 'Stewart Plkula Clint Rich Van I with Allen David Walters, Mann LINK SCORE I r

2 fl. K. K. Cn,,,. .77 Reasraves. J. Wllllami and Terry Bailey, Robert Thornton and Sieve Islanders 010 Oil 0 S 10

3 A 4 II a. If K K K. Corp Corp, .,94.77U Lohman shared In'the Pirate hit- Solomon had singles fir the Stags. KAC ((00) 000 1 1-1 1 2 e

20 ,P4 hind. and Nibles Loblging/
A 23 Mrs flkl TIII.ko LlVte<: SCOREI Powers ; )
27 11,44 K. Corp. LINE SCORE I and Markham
/ l II, H. K Corn .77 Pirates 220 020 2 fl 7 Falcon 002 200 0 4 Id

:) .t\ 4I O.:: H H. n: Cetp Corp: :n nieoni" 040 SOl) x II 10 I Stags t 012 2(12( x : 7 :10 Three "l'dll"II"'d"i purpohistralmd ,

1.rORG"1: O'CRNANDINA' REACH NO 2 II Welsner Shttrley and AdnnnPlkula Godwin and Ilnddixk Johnson ; /to perform Intrlinte! roil x

13a t Paul E. Blhh 6001 : BurgesA and IladilnrkF I Solomon Burley and Conner, tine In ym'hronl/i'd ad ion ore
704 .
John a Nick TIIt.k. --- of
138 7204 -- now on view at M irlm'land
M K. Ilarryhlll
1"7 ". Xatherlna II Arrlnorton III u7I'la 1HO nt N'.' nf 210KFAVIFW Kirk X M md ilene Tlllukn 2n D7eoriee H.irlda.
Ill! Arthur M. I 08 81 ni>IV IKIOT4
I Mro. W. A Tulenn 711II ?\ I I5611 ; F. ft M"rgrel Tyson "114
l'If FuReM A Jennie Clmrsnn I 45 24 a thru 8RTIMTIIMORP "enme E. ft M,ire,iret Tyw n I 21hy
244 2-1/1 A 24" I Orv91., A Marjorla' Wahlln 81 0& PIArr L/QUOKTOONS

arulBv', 8l' lVllllO'II S A' ft N 12 5' of AAi ROW M. ft A. D. Rnrtel U,73V I \' 0'. JANU i H I A i. .AM'.
53 8. as Mr.. Harry J. Bennett 1438.1 KOI:TH BFACII atnbiVMioN

A"EI.ILfIolITHOl'OJO: RESERVATION t 12 D Morgan 4017
Chorlen A I..nole Wllklnlon 4108 2 Citherlneil, Arrlnjlon I lit inV d.It's .
I W. M. A Edna Mcnae 4040 5 4 4CNPLATTF.D H. ft. lieulih, M Onus 9600 1

!loom\t\RRIILASnR 7 III of ,hIke 2:3'A 241 ,A. Outlydn De: c in OR I AREA, Pane: lit: John D ft Arbllee Kelly 17 00Mr I 17tI an important gasoline discovery! Methyl
3 29 it SW enrInt
": Begin
In ;
1'1 A. 28 A I 01 Esne IrlO Creek E.rept all nlM to t ferreira t Replal; W nn 'ext dU.pn otlane x.rformunce| BO effectively that it toP! power-wasting {
N nr III. 244Ll 35 50' t: 100 a 50' *. Jark Kennedy 706 up
,mevhlande Rohert Do..e. S line for loo; ; ; I Methyl spreads:
In He p.3 20 Benin el NW ear lot 20 knock better than any other antiknock compound.
M1IIRAM3R I0EAClltp ; Ferrelra Replnt on N line I fi.rloo nlandn under f
Robert A Melba Wblloker 774 i a 50'1: C IIIO'I|i N'90 lo foil A ft fl allowav: 7 06 more evenly throughout,:: all cylinders: of your engine, up

OAK LARK! PORK NO.3 MATER IOTI : extreme temptMtureH. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and
: Aohert P. Ferreira 636 ft John Tillnkni nil ,mijuk ,
4 10 32 ft part of 31 ft 33 Nick .
4 I PIIFOM33654' ft John Tllink'N 71 nn Crown Fxtraa.Ill.! ) no increase inprwe' -
OAK LAWN Ranfnrd E. L. E Miner. M I! 311: ft 411, ; part nf 38 t 41 D A Cmk 9MH, > I { j that
Another' important way
Daoghertv 71)3( PLACEI
: Mm. Unit wixruon STANDARD
14 1 Jamen A .'. R Duncan 3311' n J F Townnend 1111 u'e take better cure of jour car.
a 18 Lorry I. A Eleanor D. flint 3-441 Ian Jul,, Ine 741
8 20 I I 224 12 Nolan D King ft Wife 2 ::., II IINrl I .lh/ll..d.m"kMaollltncckecmpo.n4.
S 4 .rMl. 'Iro"t R. Shllrl.y Y. Blum 162Y 1 TAX l 'OI.LFCTORFERNANDINA II I
Y 9 I. 2 A Nt0 or 3 M.ur. A Jean Vrmnoee 1461 I CITY OJ BEACH FLORDA ? I

OCEAN un IOl'111 Th.d I. Jr A V. M Lee 8244 IK PF.1II0""L TAXB' i. of delinquent perannal pr *]pertv 1"1...
u S D..ld p. II J.nro. 1'nole 171U f1ILI'IIQl'III'f': : paver and the .nou" "1 lases. "". "Iruk N.,_ ..."a big i
or ixpftin
21 a I NOTICE eluding the can nf irivertlnnii eud ...... eew:'
( E"'II \'IEEstTEI 'I TA'II..I IKLE p.r'PJ9ITV TtXEIIprovneri penult,M arrn f.Mown
L I. A B. K. Mu.l..h. Ir. 2605 '
I set 11318:5"
W723 AeKII
0 I Al bChjIMeT .tjYlH.
i Amounl
N, lire elIoTTfrley ilven that Name
of 1
1311I langtlne" .....""iII p..v' t.... awn New Farb Laundries Sol' () f''r
L 4hl: ft E' A: foeon'' Conk ..ellur I'IIIJ ers rr-w delulquanl end I Ilnlncelon( 1124 j jI
In I Wlluam, A V.lma IIl1lr 407 heennn, ..lth April 1 tat molt loose Dave Cink Flih Home J In 'I' "
6 I'a A SIT It..rl 51. D C. "lcOul" 314)Ol'TLOin I I\ra.n, Inlereil it I per cent per Kaenie': teramleibvirio'i a III
ar. no
3 :15 4 I I munch plu the prapnrtl.*.nuie cost ofpuhllehmg II ft S Machine 2hop' HI.I ..now in Standard gasolines-at
inn nntice, Unleu the Haul Hannon 2 Ill FLORIDA S Ot0110
W 100' or F 202' 01 N 18.1' of 141 Rleh.rd A, Crumpl" 3561 amounla eel Oppoette such item.:1 Serge W. HitihrmkLiberty I 110 III" AND MOST N:9T000 F. STONE JR. AGENT
AZUTUIII.: .\( E N0 I law ere paid before the l let d of Supply" Co II (Id: ,
1484I Charle. H Keri TV
last Jul Ine. Jun. 1'161errant. will be
7 Ian Jul, Inc. If 14OL'TLOTI dlr.rtonl levY upon and MII Tan Made Omen Muo 4 81 1"I.ItSASIHSA: IIK.UH 1'1.0Itm.r .\
..... nal Pr.KNII""L i
ttintjhle properly"
I ore of the Ion (151L12ndl AI ANI'' 'VI "NAND NA
: ,if Ihe lallp Id ttixe*' pel' Mrs i. oSnm.'ft I
e'ldlllohd iwfi:; Ttl I I R 161
aUi. tOMt
Pert of 326 b 18, L 1110 .ldb6e end '
4, Gektawa IU' : J.. 741 I 166. I. .-.o-...


Ten Ne\\.Leader? Feinamlina Beach Tloildt Thul'dny.Iny:\ 21, 1901 S mnpy' Im.trIIUKSDAY .
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------ -- -- -- News From : MAY 2HthflavKchral .

Cecil J. Geiger I 9:30: I m., Carolyn In. I the, .Garic Vizcarrondo Room at, LADIES.I Tired of Cooking? I

THANK YOU Completes CourseIn The Rec CenterBY I adult Ad lit leader Ceramic,, pass' In the Art Delicious Food Boxed To Go! '.

-"- ... _.. Germany May 1 13fl RIM'm fit 3.30 p.m? Hank Sides, ,
r. For (the Vote and Support Armored Dlv Germany Adult Ad
anted Ballroom Dunce
I >
t" : Army Specialist Jour MAY 21st I Atlantic Avenue Playground
You Ga\e Me In | Playschool In Class In the ,Auditorium at 8.00 7 $1 ( Family Size $2.00)) :
Cecil J Celtic. son of Mrs. Clara the Came Room'ervlked play 3.30.:30: : p m D In Hamburgers
a The May 5th Primary! I; \Willhmi. Route 1, Yulec was it 9,30 am, Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, : Nanny: Instr.Tl'ESDAY I Instrs pm, Mr and Mis Gil Becker
graduated from the 3d Armored idult leader, IIISenior Shrimp $1.25 j jBcrDQue
MAY ZflhPlayschool
: I Club
I Cltfzws( ;
Election For Member of Divlsii, Noil.Ce mmlssloncd Offlter Adult Ceramics Class In the Art I In the Game Room fort'nee Room at ;7.30 In the Con Ribs and Chicken! $1.25 ]
'M'O: Academy In Germany Room at 3:30: p.m,, Hank Sides, at 9.30 am. Carolyn Vizcnrremln, p.m. I
Men and Buys Health Hub: In
The Hoard of Trustees I
:May 1 1Speclilist Cub Scout Organizational Meet. i adult leader the Health Cub( Room, day and QUICK SERVICE- n,m 261.5965;:;
Memorial I ; 1 Grist received four Voting In the Conference Room evening ,
Humphreys weeks if rigorous training In leadership Ing In the Conference Room at 8:00: I all day i '
Avenuo '
I Atlantic Playground, supervised ;09 South Eights! Street :;
tY Hospital. and exercise of commandmap : pm. Barbershoppers in the Conference play, 330.530. Dun
: p.m. I
reading the history of weapons Men and Boyi Health Club In Room at 8:00: p.m. Nunney Instr
and military teaching methods :: the Health Club Room, day and Painting for Leisure In the Art ----------. -
> Although 111'ns ;Not .
evening I Room at 7:30: p.m.
.. Elected I let! That I The I1)),ye'ar.old soldier a mail I Adult Advanced Ballroom Dance I II Men and Bnjs Health Club In .
Class In the Auditorium at 8:00: the Health Club and i i
Room day
clerk In headquarters I Company,
I .
Mare Vade! p.m. Mr and Mrs Gil Becker evening
x Many New let Battalicn ot the 3d Division I,
32d Armor near rrledberg, Ger. Instr. Historical Pageant Rehearsal In
I Friends. many! entered the Army In Jan Atlantic Avenue Playground, tup the Auditorium at 7:13: pm. THANKS AGAIN{
uary IJUHe (; I II I ervlsed play 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don Atlantic Avenue Playground supervised : ;
Thinks Again, Mannoy, Instr, ,
I attended Hllliard High I play, 3:30.5.30: p m Don
I I ;\anncy, IlIslr.WEDSESDAY..
a Lester Davis School Fernandina Beach Junior.Senior
M\Y 2'ih( .
Prom In the Auditorium at 9:00:
Sewing for Beginners In the Audi t
Paid Polltl'RI Advertisement Trade pm, I torlum at 2:30: Mary linrrl.
At Home p.m. '
Sub 7:15 Teen Club In the Game Room son Home Demonstration Agent For The Fine Vote Which t '
it : p.m.
---- Instructor
Men and Boys' Health Club In Ceramics Class (ages 12.HI In I .
Gave Me A Lead
the Health Club Room, day and Strong
the Art Room at 3:30: p.m., hank ,
k I!I evening SATIKD\Y, MAY 23rd Sides, lode.
In The
Bean Dunce Recital Rrhcirsnl In First Primary.A
FRIENDS Ceramics Pouring!! Class In the .
the Auditorium at 3 30 pm.
'Art Ro I Historical Pageant Rehearsal In
Sides, Inslr
I the Game Room at 7:15: p.m
I Teen Tennis Class at the Atlantic
rL' AND | Avenue Tennis Courts at 9:30: a.m.. Rich Piano Ret tnl Relic-u"sal Contention of This
In the Auditorium at 7:13: p.m. .
I Don Caldwell I I Instr,
; : I Adults and Terns Ornm: Clisa
Adult Tennis Class at the Allan. :
In the Art Room at 7:13 .m 1'
: p '
1' VOTERS I tic Avenue Tennis Courts at 10.30'a Hank Sides Inslr ; Welcome Support; Will ;.
m., Don Caldvvcll InstrSenl ,
Men and O"YS' health In
r Lift Saving Class In the I 'he Health Club It.M m, day( un Insure: My Victory# In
roil 1 at 10 00 am, Allen Kirk I ,

I Am Very Grateful For IInstr. evening Atlantic Avenue Plnytfrntinl, sip
Senior Lifo Saving Class In tin The Second
crvlscd play 3:30.5: 3d I p m.. I loin Primary. i
Pool at 1:00: p.m., Allen Kirk, -

/ Cuy The You Gave Me Instr
i j Support 7:30:Teen pm Club In the Gamo Room at ,

In The First Primary and |I'I In Men Elglilii the and Auditorium Grade Boys'Graduation Health at 7:30: club'pail Party In Point it with The Press of Business The Supervisor, of Regis 1


Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote and Support I I I evening the SUNDAY Health, MAY Club 24th Room, day lj{.J{and Mix :, tration Office At Election Time 'Makes/ If Impossible t !

t Lutheran Church Meeting lit the Quality Controlled For laying brick, To See All The Voters Please Take Tstis :
In The Second Primary May 26. 'Conference Room at 11:00: am stone, block, pointing or stucco{. ;
Boot Piano Recital In the Audi Easy to use, Just add
water / Advertismnt As A Sincere For Your Vote i
''i I torlum at 2.00 p m |, Appeal
Thank You Much Historical Society Pageant Re.
Very hearsal In the Game Room at 8.001 80 ; On 26.DOROTHY '
pm I; May ;
MONDAY MAY 25th, ;5li-
I Ceramics Class (ages 9.11)) In the I $ I tI
i Louis Farres Higginbotham ,'Art Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank
Sides, Instr
1 Adult and Teens Ceramics In the, IIIAIIt.111\t41/11111 IIIAA14uunlle
Art Room at 7:1i: : p.m. Hank Sides. -. .muuNassau JEFFREYS BALOGH iaFQf ;
Candidate For Instr
Jaycees In the Conference Rom I

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5 Island Squares Club In the Au. Building :
\ .
: : ditorlum at 7:30: p m
S d Paid Polllluil Advertisement Men and Boys' Health Club In \ & Supply (c. i 9 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS DEPUTY SUPERVISOR
/. Ilhe Health Club Room day and

evening i ,ii I'I r Pulltl .1 I
.. .. AdvY.
1129;R. 8th. (I'hone 281- (61S -- wm.-.r r----.....tirn.arr.Y .... yr" r

1 Correctness Check __ __

e ::. f U t Urged In Filing

;: f't ..r. Thank You Birth CertificatesJACKSONVILLE' II CHEVROLETmakes

l: !\ I

-, ''nq Board of Health Said vtoday Ihlll I Iapproximately
5 cent of nil ,,
/ Thank You birth certificates sent to the board .) ;_."

: l i'i T have hence careful an new to error parents Inspect of some should the type certificate be, very and I )1tW'': :.,...,.../ all types of quality trucks'Check

after It Is filled out and before It ,
Everett: II Williams Jr., dlrcc. I II
I tor of the board Bureau of Vital I
Statistics, said most common (
MAY 26 I ears are In spelling! of mmes 'r.l
\ .... "In many cases, hospitals rb
lain Information from the patent
for completing the certificate; so I II
I the parent should ask to sec the
eeillllcate to make sure that all
Information has been entered and fwy "' I i A+ r tewun y j'N' 47k
HARRY POOLEYOUR Is correct before the mrther Ua !
yes the hospital;' he snld "It Is
recommended that the mntltr
sign the actual birth certificate
rather than a hospital Information *4 .
"Parents thiiild be mire Hint
: C v' mrNtd
the hospital and attending phvnl
dan have the correct spelling, of 0/
the full name of the child, I:IPfathers :f"
I to So Grateful To You For The 2700 x.
: ::.. nime' and maiden mime r
ef tie mother When a certificate r'y tw
; Voles \ Received (Only 22 Short of A First Is Kent Intel the board the braid nrf ,
has no way of knowing the mime A 7 rg0; ,F'
8 s'e
s spilled correctly! or whether
: PriLisSry Victory). he cerrcel sex cr blrtlulutt have r
wen Illleel In correctly x Y, ,1 7r.n

t "The bureau to make sure tint 111 1 / a ?; ,

: I "A'.i 1 So Anxious To Continue! My Part "1 eel child. roiitinelv birth sends certificate to parent Is cer. / 1:1

: For boil( :1 Government In Nassau County' andI .I'liholil if the certificate charge: a small with a phulor'p rcciu'[>.t

hat the parents check the record\

I Ask For Your Support Again In The Second any-arefully error and This advise notification the board ef of f,

birth registration Is usually m ule
26. hen the child Is three or (Four ., i ipsFyn
Primly May to
months old."Ocadoeully .1 : a / i 1

on finding an ir

i S Promise I In Return The Very Best cause roe parents they think became the board angry made lie

1 mistake In Issuing the rl'rllll,
: Thai I Have. rate. Actually the board 1 moue CHEVROLET te.x'4% ao
only photocopies of the oilulnolieititicale
which has been filed \In

I Thnk!: You Again. the attending phjsldnn." ?sS 1 a ,
a Wlr

;; Sincerely Yours,

1 I SWAPPED FOR nITTHROUGH the T-H-T truck deals now at your Chevrolet dealer's

; HARRY POOLE THE -.1..1..1.,11.1.,1.,1..............."\.........................................,..................................?...........

: Your County Commissioner, WANT ADS I'"'
District 1 COMPLY\

Pull Y'IIK..I l Ad\ertbument" South 8th
Beach, Florida Phone 2613636raze

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Experience It what \keeps( a man A gossip ii a person who creates Lr. H. D. LoftonIn 'g.Lendcr, Fcrnindma Bench Florida Thursday, May .21, 1964 .rage. E. \rn
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who make. the lime mistake Hit fcmoko In which other people -

twice from admitting It the third assume there lire DemonstrationMay High School Echoes. pith, lit llu' Wuin'mi' Club build Buck Uibh, and Johnny Dnvli, cert was Ihe annual spring cnnctrt

time around Terry McCormick Dan Rcvcllo 2 At Ansbach BTKbTIf' Inn Our own DINO. Rick ['",'plel Mr Fred Cmik, the Key ('lubspimwr and consisted of various types' of.
with a music liuluiliniJ barbirshnp pup.clue
I nf KTAP. mippliid the uil ItU ARSEtL'LTLAtlt.t
II bBItEK: and uroiditAs Kill, which ails a small tikin ilIhe : unit old BonuH Several sideuwere l i
Ansbjch, (;.iiminv" I Alll'NG- 1 I 1.\ "1IIU1""' MIKE in LAT: mini
.... fir his mum ul.o, Thu loiuirt, die
Ann' lul. LI HIM 1 1) Ltltnii eon .. usual. Ihe Key Club Trl.lli.\I Key triiliuuli
I Deeply otlr Paulmt K. Loftin U SSiumantli She tlassti nt FBIH are hold. i Annual Picnic \\IIN one if the bin loyal servkei 1lirmi (hout the \ear I last one fur Mrs, Arnold wan a
. y r o F bt And other num. 111'Vour nhlllh 1'I11I,1 tilunin w leiillni for next >'car'suteri of, gent social hits uf the nihiol >'rirMl I I.list I Saturday DIP Spanish l'lub Broil siiiesn, and It proved to
bin of Battery" A of Ihe 1TM ArIllkryt Iota me Kathy I Urdu. Laura La ludiv We will hive the ,.It'r. day S mil,iv. liiindill was under the Hpunwruhlp" IIf Mr evirviiip how very much MMAm
Appreciate Slh Batliliin, purlielpiitcd IIKP Ray ,'\I'OI'I1tIIll.: unit M ke inn rtHiill In next 1 week ."Iuhu, swarming with Key Cluhliirs, (girls flank Sides, npint nn exdlintf and ild luau tliiiu- fir our schuul.We I.
In a fuc demountration at An*' 11)111111.lIrinll\ UK riming\ Mar Tin Senior llinur Siilitv' hlld In lie I Tri.111.V", their dates, and fun.fitted dw at JikUl\ Islund the students. flunk her for
1 (flm last ThllrRdllY The big hit of Ihe I Georgia. The students dUlilid\ up pul III)'( "a soon In our hems(
The Support I bach. Germanv May 2, we hope to equal Ned: Itimi ill iinnunl banquet Thom parade .
t The denunslriilloii a ('oordliuitrd al HIP Suit KeMa iranl. There waN day win wall'r.oklllll'hil'h \l'al'"alll'nlpll'd" Into Krinipt when Ihiv lot ID Jikll We will rosily mIll her around
Received In My lib.The of '. '111'ally Si nit' Knit ittlmmlnh; muni I the campus al KDIIS
tactical firing by the 35h! ArTillery Little Wean held their a uliiiil Inslall itlim next veallitrii by prai ivrrv > '
Tin Senior Clang I In deep In plain
The uifinr Jllhnaw'' HIP altirnimn. a chicken boa hung: sumo humbaik riding
Candidacy For I Group, was held I fir the final miiting of I the >"uir on May are one In Commencementtx
11ono table' Siephin: Aura I the Secretary I 14 New members wire Induitidand Duvli president: Ray Ar.'nauli, dinnir wan served anA a she'r t and mime \l ili'd miisoumn, tic fur graduation
Hubtiffin l l.a isl 1 !Friday evening the Sinlor '.'nlKiR will be held on Thurn.
Member of the of the Army ofHieri for oral wire v'(prexldinl: Mink BroI.R. Installation of tin- new Key
your Clunn of HUIs presinUil its lln- div :Slay 28 at HIP Clly Ball PaI'k.Sl'e .
Kathy lliidee Truinir \ win hi'Id The new iffireri (
executive Instilled. hv Mi'*, J, C.'nl1l'II) secretary; r
Lieutenant Lofton .
School Board wtikt!
al of the Tin ('!in you next
officer entered the Army In >ov' X"IlIee.. an: Dutch Garcia, ; Dunne Him land Pnrlhmilirlan are: Mike Pikula, Beryl l Rice IIKCII your
ember lien)). I presldint; Monua UroiU, llrst ; :Mike Pikula. 5'rlleRnt.I.'
Thank You ,\i mi, and Llnd Allan chapluIhe ,
vlrt'.prl'shknl ; Trii'la Scarboru
The 24 v car uhl I olfieir Is a 19graduate :>
'c'f .minium Beach :I second v Id'pi"i"Milt'nt, Linda Al. new' numbers reilived lluurtifiuitcs '
W. A. (Arnold! ) Hlf.h) School and alh'IIII'd (the Inhersitv ; I Ian. third uu' 'pimulinl. '' Sharon In Khiw that they IIrt' Centrally Located In District No.5'
of Horirta In Gainesville Huikir ricoidiiw inn I.in ; Shi mothers of the noddy
HADDOCK Tin third Annual Nassau! Cm::
cIa BciEnrt;} cnrrovpindiiitf sicieUry -
and Killlljrdu! ', tniiurer I It :Situ ilh Cuitest was held In IIliiul ELECT
Pala Pnlincol Amt uniemes' Try A Classified Solo LiMillen, l"r her nut on Miv 13, t'RIIS1111 lIi1h
I Handing cooperhl and service to a team score of 3411 They weliilluwed '
Ilhe club was motel Ullle Woman by llillliud. 28'1: Calla.'
of the \ear I Inn, 21: and \ulce 8. :Mike Ny. JOHN F.UFred" ARMSTRONG Sr.
hail and Ray Arsenault tied I Ilirst for ,
Senior members. if the band were .
1 place In the Algebra II cal '
honored Monday at the early ..
, H. S. Herb McKENDREE award banqiet! jiivcn b\\' the cn. ,gory Geometry:: while lection Steve ,Rich Othl'nho won In Ihe ,
) Mart lor band After parents Ihe 51'nll'Iere mid. butch room pre- placed were Kathy Hardee AI i

Jones, Chip Lee, Kathy Alliscilisti AS YOUR
tinted II lib tlur instrument pins ,
( ) Ilardie, and llaim
Mr Richard H Iliivcrsilv .' reder of themil
CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF This marks the third 111111'
; 01 H Gator it
.' that, Mills IIIH w,ilkid off wlI ilil ,
,' bind
vas lu".1 SIM' iki lln van
; I OF NASSAU COUNTY hllllill"I id In have Mr Bolii as I Idp h 'nom, COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
il and
The gripes III'UIIII.111
Ih 'ir guest% mil ,nj d I ills talk iinnii
i'/ be heard aniuiid' the rnmpiIn .
and Will niiih Cradintlim
" ', Uu Seniors are In I ImliUI Ih '
invites his band II11'ml1l'n in 1 Ellen Rulib,
f their I mil' t'\'IIIIN, .
( ,
I 1Ilba11'1': \ nhira Tinker, ,
M,I The rUHS J""lur.S'nlur 1'1'11111 i illlih ,
I Shoran dilm; Till sti-ur
: FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS \\ IH the blw1! si i'III iviif '
I ward 1 Fivesh huh! Ilihn DISTRICT NO.5.
school will tab |plill'l'III
lit year
M 1I:1I,1'I1I'I't
I iTiwnsmd weir! : '
the Itu Cintir, on MI iv' 22 flluiilora '
inn Lents, Hh"liIl'd i sipi, K nh
and Suilns me III"klnllflorwa'd
To A
: linn Peters! Timmy Oliver, Curl
I to this mlliMoni In 1I11'Ir
.I I -Vkollirs- aid Ann I I' 'I'r. M'liool year, Dependable: Capable and WillingTo

flu Freshman ol 1'BUS luldKushniun 11

; GetTogetherMONDAY V I)nice on Sutuidiv, I Ih.! Serve You

. _

:I NIGHT, MAY 25 6 P.M. iconWHMSU Melton Says MailBox 1-_
Received The Leading Vote In The First Primary.

: AT CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEM4N Fer NATIONAL ,'I I I Improvement Would Greatly Appreciate This Fine Support AgainOn

; South 8th Street, Fernandma Beach Week Underway

. The e 'I May 26th.
II Postmaster W II. Mi Him r
: FREE REFRESHMENTS Candldata I I i of, IItrrnimllna I ;
WilkFl. quisls the postal patrons
} Beach aria to Join Ihe I ask all those who did not vote for me in the first

: This Get-Together Is To Give Herb A reelgrausd guy tuition HI.In 23 us ibscivintf Annual! Mull the Brx week 1m.01 the
choice in
01 m to please consider me as
III primary
inn'i'mini Wetk The purposehe > your
; Chance To Meet Those He May Have:: Espedcnu Judicial spl'clall'1'k IH In call allinlli

And 10 I the mid fur providing mall ntptailes second
Missed During The Current Campaign. tarry ,'' which arc eon\lenh'nlly' primary
SPrvIN mated, neat In nppinninie, aliiI':
I Pall Political Advertisement III use and which protect the mull
tom (lie weather, I "Be Strong With Armstrong17Your
Mall hl'l.t'l' that meet these re,
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lullcmiuti cinlrlbulc to a mil i i'Ii '

next ililiviry opcrutlin amhcrefort Vote & Will Be Greatly Appreciated ;
HOME OWNERS SPECIAL result In Improved sti Support
vice'' to the entire roile
Pill' Pi lull ul AtvertUMient: i.

a ASK t US HOW TO GET THIS 1 FAMOUS 1 MAKE lie On approved rural disiun routes tradillinil arc mod required boxes or cuitmpirnry IInd i nf. I, --. .-.

''mllKt be located nn the rluhlhan '
Ide if the road In the direction 01
$7995 AUTOMATIC revel of the ('anil'rhenl'lcr II I

would be dangerous to serve IheblIel
in the lift or where: Ihll C P. (Rudy) RUTISHAUSERv
WATER HEATER ONLY would be vlolillin h of stale or
laws resulnliimsBIXCI
11I gal traffic tr '
r and: I supports'I should, ::; b a

keill palnlrd and free from rUNt

l total I cost iii )} $ 'TIll'flown mum on by of kiiloiollb the, on['nor(hll1J', ultnulil"Nbe h!, ; > ,. ," : CANDIDATE. FOR ,,:COUNTY COMMISSIONER ( I I:
a td+ the earlier as Iw.ll }.to/lO"IJt' oron ,.i; ''"
the limp where boxes:an" xrnupj DISTRICT ONE NASSAU COUNTY l
9 The Hifmd box number ma'L ,

Kllliwn. I r
DELIVEREDANDCONNECJED On lily mounted routm with cur
bllllc deliveiy. Iho bi x mny be Ihi
rural type. lilhir Iradilim, l or I Iel k

WGud nil'mpur.iry Itslijn Any ilHi I
OIl i del used must ImIN'1 mail fruit The time is fast running out
'(i'nl her. Where boxes are nit !10.

(ltd diretlly In Iront if the onI1 and I f' avc seen most of you per. M' ,
Housekeeping i a residence the pitron I nnnii! i

Gas Ci. '+ ',' q and bOil, uddriss must bu shown tn UKly :orrr''' t.! 'he past weeks, but .4 t.

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same: '. e missed. If you are t far

GAS 'I..EY, among 'tis ones I missed, I would ' '

I I 11'ft [Illceyoa: fa know!: that I will sin. ,;

I '
vote and
.i! ; UU UNNIY cerci, appreciate your

11/1111I11 The Warren llu ussiiHsin('
III'nl J 1111 I I". Kennedy repirN I Iil1"'y
nit mpluc its work on the'

.. } ""HP fir, possibly", 10 y 'arH, '
t f ( 1'hat's 1 in ili'rsl jinl ilili', with thirl/
hz. ) JUKlit'e Eat: I 'Varrin ilirulmu, Ihl'"fuhl'
s s unit I timsliliniiK. m ninny If favored with this important position, I will give
i ClIIII'r events of( 1 1:1llIry: wluih, need
..nfvinu! or lUuiiim! up) same undivided attention and will at all times
j jI fit slaying H our Into prcsidin

I 18 IIIr'ly/ant' urn,IIIU'lIn'.hlllth'nlil"I I Hi",n era's 111\11'11'11I1 l upurival' be a servant of the people and not a Dictator on

uf Jiililul d I lulorshiu and c'lail and will;!
the Board of County op-
)inch. i|'n'stums fur( proirv linyjtltrli ::
lie disputed" 01qlli
"iillim ran
ie kly by the Warren cuurt black crate this office as the Citizens: of Nassau County

mallic formula! .
( fin/ entire chapter of the Ken.nedy would like to have it operated, with justice to all
Iratoily ai recorded, In futirr

t.t..lory. may In. dilfcrint Providedy :! and special privileges to none. '
lilstoiy\ untdins more than a
,Iuninll niciitun or OIL Coiled

limited time only SllItel T Fup, secret IH the Warren cimSH .

I1II |"n Inquiry Inlu the reported Do Your Duty and Elect Rudy
White Model 30S10X I. j IIINCo\l'ry of K'llil In tulilurnlaxc ,
1 mined InIhe
1819! void has bun

30 Gallon Capacity j r Good HousekeepingGas i ilali. $$$ billiuni ul It,
I lIut It remained, fir uu old lour
t dlllli/h named Ike It hint a J'lckMISIIlth RUTISHAUSER
Gas Co. more brass than all Hold pler'ound C. P. (Rudy) :

Insulated 1 ', over one \Hx-kiej In IYiJ.'uday !
i Iked nugget hiaiN 1"1'1'1.IIIawr. .
10 Year Warranty / win, If past pirformanir
i J! .I Yiiltt 11YOAe are niualid, may ,reveal In IUyear. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
tint J. Hl/Kirald Kennedy
\ '..")o w IIN kilted by u liner while1 hunt. COUNTY
inll pilar bear in the t:vi'ruluiliKannas DISTRICT ONE, NASSAU :

l'- o' s
P GLASS LINED a i PPlllhal: 'rlv.1
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j Classifieds Pay Off i I ,

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4 ..- f'npe ''T'Wf'ivtl Ncr( .Leader Ternandlna B p.ch Florida! :l Thursday, \fay: 21 1, 1934Deifrlptloil --4. A"IIII"1'1 lit
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NOTICE OF TAX SALE IM.etlptlb6. .0 La61 Itc. tp. 't A. ett". 'tare
._ ..... tllMAIIMfll -..,4

of Llrtt Sfc t') ft I. A. Owaer UI01't: : !+Kfirrlpltmi! M Lanl lee 'tf *t. Jl. ,. Owner A Mati"' 01 I tuttt! It'B.III.

that the lit nay nf Jane 1 ( ) t 1 ''W norm I and (onto aidVnlaRee : .
NOTTCF H UTOHV gIven on Bt.r: .
nf Notknu, riorumtaxTrtimSrtMTwill ... .. I Lot II Mnr..n, Mrs, W. D. 133111uck
Fernandlnn Bench. Lot T Holiday Tim Sub 11:111.: C. E. lr A berths" H, 146 .. 5 Lot 7 O. 1f.1i
dentrlbed laM to the Lat Pt. nl I 11 In bn tlM Catherine
he told) on lhe follo tn| put ,, ....
L j I Holllnv 1'11 bLol ,I416 c. E. LY. 1Il'\h. H AArringtlun
wllh the .l. IK) I'll I"A Cd 5ee.CArbtnpher ) t.. hertI1I llr
mmibt due' for' texts herein pet cppoeire, the aann tojelher I Holiday Tim\ Sub Kilt', C E. 6r. A Bertha b. 133 C'MII' 11111'( I 1.0\ T ILef1l5)} Itlt.ti '

i of such *al* and advertlillni coat I Lit 10 Holuay lime hub Klh'. C. E. Sr A Berth H. 4 BO Ellotn 45 II EIII. Clarence. W'. Jr 1.21 I ttATIIMORE PLAtt: .
Amount el ( ov. Lot I IS IN 2l& 1 VnknulAn
156 $ .
i y Invt' Lot / IMor16 LMd. T Nnlherly
Description! of Lnnd lef, Ti', Ri. A. Owner tM. CoeMtrtlALDWIN C It Dn Rec 222 PI 73 37 IN SI IS, Juhna A, L. m. Lon 4T. Ii tnkbo.'n: 1-t y1; I"' I 131 n. 01 Adj Ii W flattf! ht 11II. Alhydl b. 4,10e0xk
:DB ;II.9" P 78 Lol Ate of 1 101or. I Lal t3 Wihdsor''
fiV | L.n ao 156 II Dover T. W. A \\' ..n e'isre: No, 1 trnrll"'n, I P. I 79LM ;
P M: U tl J.
1IF.lemn BI'6. ''I II nIlJretc 4,1 H'. of NEW !SE', of NW14 'o'hn.on, K. tan!!;: 51(09 53054g. 392Cn. I' T Wlnd.'r Place Nn, 1!i Slug, Nntan: b. A. UmII, I CALin ./

I Iota 2. The ft "rahi"' Mr. to"'. fl 450glock <',eeo IIIAl III hill: 14 "DB .2. 18 Iotl; 11. E, Ir. \yl '8fDS ) II Wmd.nr Plots No S hn UI One 1.:11\: .
5. 156 h
Mr. Lnltil P 111II In .
14 Iat4 51 II .. PT CITY 01' P5RNANRINA' .lIurM
SN 93
Cirner 19 25 Jrlhtnn, J. K. :
{1.198ui4 Pi.
(!lock III Lnte 14. I 11 2 2 115 P mCn !1M1 515 'IAA I M S.I 8 r..w., I're C & n. J.( M'IIt'
Thru 24 3.1 Thru ::11 /lrublll, Mro. LMIIP n, 001111'K'k | ii. PII 141 Co. lee IoU 1 16 D.ntI'. C.rrle O. 39 &I :hlchILStWIIM\ '.4r
Rec,. 10 SN is HItW 1.l1n.. J. K. 990 1P 1Ptonr r i 1, 3, 1 SInIOL' Ethrt 8. S9
II Lois 4, I. n. ("hlJl, Mr. Lotus n. 514 *', e:!fNhWtiJl'4 II. .,4 IJ 31li Jullh'IIIn, J. K. 211.12 P 1 :41.94c.WrRltl, Sq){,: 5.I II11J'k! I Lot W'4 nf so?
?lock ''III E: I 0 t'J.Inc1II.: I, 3, 0Fntlll t E8w.1 R (ILgns hill':I
LM 0 filch' 1.IIIIIIn( 1 \ Ail I 181ncteh./ A J. Ann V. 570 f.t.t. :fi&& .
IS hrlltoph..r, fl. W I ftto"k teio In or 29 P|. :329: 19 SN 29 tin Mid Stata Homes 1qe. 6071 n110PI. 131 to.nk111 Blank I 8. I. 1 el.. alt 4R0rge ; :
111'K'k III Lot 11 SS CI' ii PJ .ilO 111 >.4'J WYrdiaw. Wdllain, Al t.llla ... BI'ek J1a L M. 1a:1t.:
0145.4 U Wlllhnlf, UN! Loulra 10 3 19 211 k.lly, tllhn n. A A. D. 5157 t t3 rtnhOdlor" u.
P. J 111 In UB 100 I 212 CDHc I 11111(14 0 Lot I hf
I I" 40 Mr. ftI "S. 428 (0. N'1 2. ;
M SW'4 II 2N Is 41 flh..n Mrs. Lnnnie U Sq ir-x. Dl< III I'* .1 R... Mor.h Lon ) 10' III Hammond, M. H. A M"rl1. T, 5021AINF.RICAN 211, Ill, 30 41.6. not" A. Wit. "T
'oownll IIurv.y I 1 10 BII 601I.ot :34) (IEa. or I Pg. 4431) .19 3V 25 1% liwrem-e. Minnie Lee 1 REACH .ro. \\110. Itt 'T4kI X Lot '. ht 10 !

I 113 10 Neuron' Mn. Chortee M. 3/ 2:1LIII : CNahdler ZION to hl't.IMJjIlflo, 'nI'lIf: Lhrlt 81i
3' C'nnwnli Survey C. A. 144Lot In OR 31..POAS In IN II Woollen, Oil ft Clan Lnt t Imp. Lamfr Cnthnrl'n PII nft""otr 0104 1.01 of I A. 3. agFto 4013Idin
'lIordon \
:w 'nrnwnll Surv.v S 3 IS $$5 :: I u : If
tI1 Cnrr.'Nnll Survey II 1 0 JI.nlllrk: 1H1. ISO' In or I P|. :Nil Co lot flutter., : Wllllam: A Blmmono i::: k ro Lot 111 :r sClt: 1'.r1r Itt 1Tft L, 09111' -
II Nee, II 2fj 30 Wtltnn. Onoti ft ft tttiellia M.I
446 1'1 '
Henry 0204 IIlo.k II Loos I tIt 4.
Lol::: ::4(C;:':;iilS Survey a I II Ig Crag keH' A 729 11 or 25 P| ?01 IN IN 28 Mellon Mtpiinurl D. e 41 a Lot to 'Is 21! 9nnh. Frank U. Isoso 31.32,33 3. 5 W 113 0.Fl. -- -

Lot Lot -C"n".n: 4'15.1"1' U II 10 Pmnlun, J.4mle' IL 146 In or 29 Pi 6 in or M 111117 u INID !M! Johnson' L K Ihet J. !, S1xk! ; IS, WIIII,0s.. Lincoln C. 'A p, 14310: \IV
Anklhl. M. Rthrlno N 2012Ilnrk
Cnrnwall Lot T. S
Lots \\I I
In SWU of E.H.4' of Block LM 4. :
"y"l4S. 22. 23 20 ntln.r, Mrs P. N. SM I I Fro..t D. Sr, 124q11i
""rk.no. 12 Lots 514 nf
NW 4 Pt i,f U tit 45
3 U 10 Payne. E. I 4 "sW t lta J. 1540 IM4h.Ik OBo1gt1161.1 eo'tt"
22 !
Lot bl'C"nw.n Survey I. I : 57, 28 Mrs
1 Dlnklna Theo \ II), :M, Jl. JJ Sub 11i I. Lat 44 LOu'eon' 1' 4.506,1. 140911
In A Or A'Irf 5J Pg LM IIIOI I II: : :: I'. 6ak, Janes' 0 Et I AI or.ma SE In 'DD i of 16 NW P 'U 165 Loll 2N 29 I Johnson. f. K 107 0I T Loft II 11 II SlIIth, William J. 7191Dlas rot; 26 \2 Lots N'1 of f0054405. P184 80..ku 1M;'SM

a of now'h 44 59 : Owner: Unknown Ur 4 Jli. M hub. |it SB: 1 lot 8. 11 Is Mhnre, A. T. 180.90AMtRICAN Blurt 18 Lots I S4 Imp LILI'' I Iorence. E. DO .
SVnx rt H 01 03 1tougerI, 11, 53. 1 of NW', 19 SN 23 3 Johnson. J. K. tot : E.u1i IVB.If\ 0, Block 20 1 Lou I 18 PL i ..N .I

:'\ ?+ E'1 ,,1.<'.. tit DII 100 P|. (50 CORec Inrk jot It, 1411017t of U (126x611 W SI") .' Bennett, Mary A Co n. "86k.r4! .
'S nOw) OR t1 PI B4 U JI 11 h re'r 9lobthv\ 14 E 33
: I 19 "4 If ? ThomaS I. k Charln'tti Y. 20.11II Para S 20 SN 29 I't keen, J V 7927 1.44 I. : 111 If llu.cnk t 21Lnl.\ A"'I1I., It1hf1h'f: It: ,k, 4,
: .j5 49 M SM a l tdmon.ton: Donald W Block II Lot 9 18 II T.vlo, Alno'. Jr. 301109
In 011"43 P8 90 In E'. in till f| 4.Mfayal Lots Berkhstn 0lanina, 1:17':
IIlock II 10. It Anna ;
3D 15 t. t. WI'llIIY E. nuth II. In or 13 PC 504 CnKec I 5 J4 Lnu:: 11 II Chyatmon. H. L. 771'nr .
of 111' I U '
Lying ryen II., 1151 Pi a lilxk I t4 lint. 11. I. 1 1 alum' Clarence 14 81r Block 20 Lol E of 18 Jenkins, 1.11115 M.llt
'I'O\\'S.tl., CIW'f11RflPt Dnothi furvey 29 2N 2& '. Haywood A. A Bcillah 7917 11 41 :orb orb::; :r Itl/O U I I: Do4u' I'i.' Lennie'C, I A AIIlnrk Block IOa'k' 2n 34 Lot Lilt 10 E) "II. ft, 01 t '11111 1\fI., EI"I l1U.y L.W.A 5einllle Elnl"e M. 418Bliek T 1_.
HI'" k I It i.f Lot! 4 In
IIf T.. I I 1731: :' h on 25 II to Ii 38 tat H 3714 n IFt
Late lit
DII 2.11 Pit. 4(1 UiMtheSurvey I' Daols, Alnnzn, Ir, 1713A515l0ftAN IIf M Nnnvlr Mary I'lIzallflh' &324
Yx 4tfia nd M 17x1Bddwm t IN I. Am'lrU llrrllgeInmeA' Inc 4054 ( 29 SNPI 2& tone, Flllntt F: Ir BOSS smUll R0! 1 .Ntt 140, 1dek Work 40 Let N'5 :1 OJuml' Jame 0. A Evelyn M. H
1 -
II off! 110 Ft nf Lot> Illock 3 n roth Lot k 1 WIllnms. Rudolph' V. fllork 45 Lot:, N'O, :: : Singe t L Mayo A C. ,

40 In Al 25 Ps S<9 It Itt 24 Dyktl Jump Mt4 A 110011. 9" Survey 29 SN 2& '. Snrrenry. II II (EM) 610 1 LM 16 I n Afro Amerlcun Pen Bur 112 Block::: :; Lt O'e,' 11 Crm.nn It. n. Ual 24.37 ..
Lau 44154&I3d In LB 77 PI 428 Co, !I ock Lot McFarland, Arnle Lee 11162 Itlock Lot h', .
5y II Drftwr Ted R 527 hie Pt of BUk! l 7J 15,4. I Lot I 1: I == Munroe, Ella Z. 01191ock 1'1 I Fr. 01 t Perp.na. O. L. 34 48

Iota 1156 A t1 n I: 14 Uwkn0w44 4.50 M' Dancy Survey 20 2N 25 tones. Mr. C. C Sr. (En) ..p7. t Lot 10 II I II JlOk.on, Ernest D. III Silo L. 1061 IUrreK 88 Lot 54/1 nf 8 tJ'hkr1llwn'' ..38
11.4 e4 II IM !4 tiirl:': L, A d.wl.e :.O4:::: blink, 3 LOI In PI nf 2 8lie I uck I Lot II Id. p I pras. Ell".. A Wlllu Los I'I01 Dlork 01 Let 5t,4 of 7 ?
Lot.JOS gtt 14 11 M M,' INI ( DB 13.1:; P|. 00)) E IIBradrincki Shock I Ld 0 11. 2S M3IlIn, Myrtle 1723AMRRICAN N 18 rl. of 5 King. Nellie I ill

[S I-u> It !If. 24 10 lrv evine Turpentine Corp | 2ff Sub. 20 2N 21 I Mark.. Verhim Hardy It Mary V. 79 67Mima BEAt'1i N0 I 08Ct. !'r0.' 1 Block 70 Lola 3, 8711 n Llllls (E.I.) 341 '
Lot 1111. M IN M m Brycevt Turpentine CoL4 107Bltxk I lock 3 Lot N M 11 ot Block 4 tot 3 (lurk 11 Lt la. II, "I I ::: Slmun 4013 .
"O I1* 24 10 ItrycevIHe Tuipcntlne. Co. 1.11 ,. Rntlx. Helen l. 1457 711 11113 "
Iii I W i i u ft Dull vie Sub. 29 2N 29 ED, Illt3t Black Let I bmalun Joseph
T-M Pt el F'WIi ntWIt ol Lot 4 (IEe. U2:\ Block i Lot 4 R.Aix. Helen II. 1487 Block' 77 I.nl 1 Bump, Nora 1743 5'
NW,3x nf C. RdE M H I MtM. Preston ft P, J. 41t4I l\I1| ft | iyr. Heck l I Lot I Mmlon fI..lvrolrr L. A Both II, 1457 mock 11 Lnl N'4 of I l ,oIrers, Ellen tEsl) 4421

( 't (I NE'4 W of JdMfo Freatin 7117 29 SN 25 Mimi. E. 0. 171 Lot 1 "lI1nl PIN PMnt/. Melvin, Ke'lIIelh J. k ludllh C, 1062IA Block 14 Loll 8 A 7 Flowsrd Roy W. k Evelyn D. 8 II"lock
Puhlk I fln1A S IN! 14 3S A P J. rbi>n "u" P|. 75 Cn, Lot.:: I. 14. 18 hashed 14 Lot 8'4 nf I 'arroll, L5sr1.a 2' "1

In DT'l'II'LtlT5 C*. fire I iLrM JA) to duller 10 Phllllpr. Charlie R. S M. J. 8'0 block: 75 Lot 0'y of J Purne, Non 153 '
Ret PI 57m ft IA to Jnne 10 2NtV 27 37 ohnmn, J K ft Mary P. It 20 GA 441'. ,oIItt.lfYi\ 1 T1tompsun. Leun"rd 14.78 Block:: 50 Lot 9 errlnt I T. C. 7,71Itlock .

RrT In DB 233: PIU 24.18I" >| of 8W'. of NE'4 30 2N 21 20 tohnxln, J. K. 1111Ogllvle P'. 80 Lot 54'1 nf 8 Williams, Willie W. S Boon Ann 1:135:
fi :
fatmDbft J K. : : : fi
M 111 ur
C* ttec, IS CI Rlock 3 Lot I A E. of :. 0.Is Brock 80 Lot Sy nf T Perkins' Joseph" S Antis 1061 0'

111 PD111 1M In DA t 14 !11 .. 1 11II111.11II.. I. K. 607wyaNOMMREy Oillvl: Addlll Lot LW 'Cir Na of 1 30 SN 29 J. M. It* FrIend I 1811 Aee. I 21 I Ivly George E. Jr, A Dallis A. 11.72EN. \ :! Block:: : t't 125 5 1.01 015, :: 0 12 Coo llbrd. Sirs Ella. John 047 040Alnrk ;i? T ,
plb I\82\ "Jl3lfzj'
: 9 'jJ'kM' Oitllvle, Atttlllloh. 30 SN 29 John"**,, J. K ft Mafy B 10 91 ( ) Block 129 Lot 4 Hntrendurf Mane H, 610
E" of Nwy. nt HE'4 05. n. Block I Ix t t J. MOilvle 0 Friend Bub. 3 1 ::11 Tanner, Edgar 483 ,II.,11'4 0.45 hot 4 ILfSI .. "
14 !N +X41. J K k 49
mf III PI It I !! I : Addition 30 2N 29 Johnson, J. K 4034 I 4/10 III Pg II. Co.Le. 'iE'' Hnl.endorf MarIe II. 1657. .
r.1': P"E% :: 1154 14 11 s54.: J.: K: 2531 5.41 Block S Pt of Lot 1 Hee Pt, of :30 E. O. Block 128 Lot I'i "f 8 Shine. J. Mayo iii C. N 1d
1 ) 214 h1461/156 'n nr 10 PA. fin Friend Sub; : s 120 King Joseph D. M. M. 10301 I Block' 1.11 1.01 S'y' of! 4 ...., A. S H 306 .

In Chl..ty Ordn hook 1 MIS{ IkaN Homes Inc. 19 h Newr mb Sub,S"uth IItttNIE: { 0",11I $1'S Blurt 131 Lot 1 LtKo.1 Union Ho. 810 T.a ,) .
le "1 1M Itlock LM E'S of Johnson Frank W. A Wde. IIj 5
r 1"'E'4 CullahuirIllirk :31 2N 29 Chuveri Dirothy, M. 318 .
nt SW'4IES A Awry (;lurnle 5301 : m .' : li'r
F M tIIey.lanl ::1 Lit N lib Ft l:1;;: \ i Block Lot 8 42 ft. 01 1 Fnlrly I 110700 111146
Clalw 1.10
tl : :
t't AI) 14 IN It Awry lurnle; S03 Black 131 Lol 3 Jnnen, Naomi 510','
of 1 New comb Sub'S4olh
In 1611 5492 Ca lbs 3 Avery. hurtle S. 100 Block' Vl 1.08" 'Of S NcC""uh. Leo 22603It10ch
.cOcjTy 10 S 110In CaUahan' :32 SN 29 Bunkler Aniflln CarterHlnkla \ U:: t 4 Avery lIurole 5.
11. .88 Mo
Lot 01 I Leo
rnuli'A 143 N'i olloug9. 0111
21 ON It bSnJ Lot 1 Rote Wood Sub slldnie L
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I P. lot Co. flee Lti 0 AVery Uurnl. I, .98 Block 148 Lot SIy "f I Christopher, Harold 03611': "
38 Utli I 10 SO eInc. In.f.11 133 Pi 389 Co am I Awry hurtle S. I V8 .
BJOrk luck 141 Lot Bin 01 I WIUI"ml, Sarah 243?
34 m aI Mimi B O 20.7hllrck /
Ilo.k 39 Lola I Thru 10'1'1 11 Awry Inr14)e) I. 5 9R 1441441 Lot 100FL
II J.t. Purl Sub Unit D 11 .N.4 0g1.. 1111. bode I S Lnt 4 Marl I' Awrylurnu L 119 : : of 0 "mlam., Nelson
borough. lloblei" 44 2N.. Weyl.. Mormon I." E : : :j I : M N 64 Ft. 0779
Awry 11urn1.5 200
0002I RILLIARD OUR.BI Block 1511 Lntl II, IS Klnsey Eller Mae 24 91'1
30 t1nfman, 11" D. .IM1Hkick,31H In br It P| 004 81 IN 29 1f."I.. lileoer: Ma. S 01407. 3!>9M4M lei Averv hurtle H. 2118 I """'k I\ti\ I.ClI. 1:1.: a. Young Aonee 627
338 Lot
ck4 Hoffman, H. n, ..09Dh04. In DB 109 P|. l"9 91 SN 29 Jrnw' Lot Avery, !Iurnl. 8. 111II 111005 I 150 26E't5
Ins m 20 Carpsnur' Johsnnl H.lnhol4 .UU in UH luO Pit a 51 SN 39 Hall. Nancy SOS Lill Ii Ay, 'Iurllie S. Ill fl SO. 30, .3r'.. JJ IMM, tint ,Est )1" 087
Lol 311
361 Lot I Wrord, 14r.,. I. 1& .119 In or 29 P|. 600 5IN\ 29 Jordan Imond S Debris 450B970. Lot I Avery, lurnle B., lOB Block 188 Lou 3, 4 Reed, Shirley k Barbin Ann 461.1

BInGk,401 lot I 0..111'11., Luis A. (tEst) ,89 711bn124PI.4OCb: List \ Avery ,;arms: I, 1051' Block (.01, J. s L. 30 r
m i' g ;nk 0t Mai:
85404,441 hot : : nen o
: 4 0 Lots: 10 101ft. Rec' tl IN 29 Cluck, 8u l l. : Avery lurnle 2110 Itlock 1411. T: / I
141504. .
I LolbinI. C. 169IlihoiP In or 23 004 51 UN 25 10 The Dlnnmor CnWUIlami 191.N I Avery, lurnle B. 198 Block 100 Lots 8, 1 WUliams, Nelson 10 It...
10 to,30Ina R C. .NN11ucM m or It :: 5115 51 SN 29 Robert Let 4.00Lola la( 18 Avery, lurnle S., 19S I'I'Lol IIlo.K 1",0, Lot I WIUI.ml,, t'harles H. 131IClock "'..
: m LA :' 111411, L, 3.. :,96rhM 11 Thru 17 In or Lot 2b Avery lurnle S. SON 181 Lot 5'y' 01' Turner, David A Alice 7,60
Lot Lot 21 Avery, rlurnle S., 590 :
21 Pg 71. I handles Ind Block 187 Lod 4 HolI"n, h'a, Jr. k'Wile,! IuoS .

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93P1 .... LlI.lnvb! 6 .i Mack Irene IfI.U Lot 1 St 3 ii 4 Aid. Lot U .Atery, lurnle S. 774t Block 191 Lot Brown, Robert Clnylun A Edlth hi.Itlock :
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I 3 24 Mid SIal. Hom. Inn, 74 02 I'': TII 308 nt A tao Oak n irnN Thtxnpmn James W. A EI.l11br till Block m loo : 10 of 1 Dubherly frank R. 8 I.' i1' "
Lot lr'JUde Pt, :1'M ,
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55051001 Austin Leila MJC 21.:12: or I6 lr" 42 Co. R.o. Lot 5/ 8' 5.1(111, Charles E. 617 of C of 10 Porter K, R. R. IC: USIUtc"
%' JI Pt efW, 3 100 x 42 IN 11 Dravtnn, John C. k Con.lan IIUI"I Lot 1" I 60 Ou/tie's./ Vi J. .98 KID lob I'. ; III I Iof

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M* Ci Fee Berry. John '1'. ft Joan 110 43 .,. III Co, Lot 23 RIYOIlTe".o. AIvsg.. Ruhorl L, A Dorothy 1353 Block 21S Sub R 110 fIof
In OH 130 P' 2M r... R.e.. '"j'I 4Q 2N IT I Mltdwll Jsme. (El\.I) 3. Los It Rlv'rvltW I 54. S. of D 01 l Latenn Freddie A Odors I SO
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1047 or 42 Tucker Dorothy a. 460 I tilts 4 14. 56 Fredhtick Lor.nzo IRO Block tIS H 30 h. nl A
Hindi! 17 Lot E'j of It 1.. :Ir.'Mrlhii Jlavtk! 191 Ill or :: ::: :,,7a 47 : :; look' 1 lot 11 Radllrtuns CAA In or IS PI 134 I' 1

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llloi* 01 Uil I Oueni. Leroy A D,>rl* 111 t if :'hurlclle t klevensLond lock 2 IMo 17' III (Lens 215 list On? ; :
Brook" 74 &!; 1'3 of Lot S Wwin C. E. 11171 42 2N 21 1 Driver lI.rold Clifford S lun. M. 0101hnt 00 FL of Lot ) lladlErE.tutes N 6 ft. of C M 1 Pottenhn" Mary: 100$
Wool 78 Ml'Idle I. 1 ol I c. M 410 i I 173 470Pnh Peeler, I. D. 910Blm'k I Work llil tluh. A nt II AreberdItko6eI, 78xhlnek
look 00 1.0I Norm. Mri II. Thomas .119 ,. r g, !rlutt.Rtevet. .I'1 S 714109' 05 54 g 118 LUb, A..I. Wshh Hd5.5 C. A tnlnleeni. 7,13
Blcck 90 Lit 21III Viberi. AuluiltHnknown ..99I Land 42 2N IT Carter James C. S L. C. S 70In Mk0P Fr4N1i! PWnodrow 12 Block UI Sub B of f.rlVhIISlrSS Reel dl'lfo\ 9
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I lb 1'D1 B.f\ PI.. Cot 111'1118 R'"hard.
Illock 97 1..1. 14 C .t) .11II nr 20 PA 10 II 31'1 11 Nollcllll, lIomul it B, L. 81114I 104 Meg/1s A Sam fit
bioiji; Oil Lou >2> 3 Lawn, wan Fit: .) 151: 1ft r.. 31f1I'n, Reo. of 0uBL / Block Ill Los Sub
BioS (III L<.t H .'", an. Helen M. .11II :t"r.r 81 521 B.ldlAln, Tlmolhy 100in : Lot 'ISub", ta. II O Drummond. rmllk A Osborne 120 I A A B of I Jab 3ul Inc M 711 .4
Hlm'k" IH' lot 6 Lnkiown 9411 fir 20 PI 401 II 3S 11 Freeman Elmer' 1'.1.' Mae 19.It Sub E: PA
1,111114411: 1 KM' Lot 10 rink Mr* $enm. II. :'rot r n 1'8. Sill ('n, 91. Bivek C'5 I /IE4. I IUnyl. 'IIHknl2ro Unknown 3161Rlerk
I Moll I k I"ft"t.it 1:1: ( """ne..n' .1111 ::1 .:: 81 321 Wllllums. Alonza 01916In 08 573)111 t Sub o 2:10: Sub t' nt S Mltdlwll Edna' M. I Iaya,,,,
r.luc'k limtM 21I Lyen. H II. ..11I'lIIo 5011 204 PII. 11 Co Lot 1 21 1 .8 38 Drummond Mary n. .09 ; Block 130 Sub A A 6 of 1 Hobendorl A E.. M. I 1710
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, HI Ck U7 lid .S Mri. Charts M. ,1491' I Sub. .1 II 3 11 N..u F.n'n..rlnl' S Con.truollon Pt.0':L1" r td J.' tnc. I ? urn 515 Lot W'4 of II "
9 Harry, LhirleaKni .101... Cum pUIlY B 81I ,. of I W 80 fl. :
111 111.r Ck. I1J Ill lots Lit 4 8 9 HcrlMrt A Jill! "I 11 NII.'IOu Acres Sea Rub of Lwe t .1 Dons; James F At J.nn R. 1111 I Ir. : S 0"C Pattersuo'Alhlrt; A: 51,56. 0607Illork

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IVIIII1 Case, M H, .911 : Illc. 1.10 Uue. IA .I I/ ,2 hdrn4, Nnra 115IOt 8410,4 242 Sub, B ;; off Brown. Mumle I 3341'
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lIIu.k 14-1.t III "Punt, Mri Mon Arreitlrkun ..09II 1 4? 11 3' 21 Nassiu Rnglneering Q,"cun.lruoiionCn"p.ny d !lee. .II 30 1 SMcSwoln, Annie M"a A J. W. Sr 1112PI. I Sub C. D nf N )Clock. 241 Odom H.4mptoo 16 S Nancy 4.1Jtilm
Inc Slit of Lit 1 In Dn fly I 184
Mra ISRlderli .P" 210
III I:I<,ek ek 111 It7) L I Lnl5"I 111BI ,, OliO A .nn Ln1 10 HlsnllU Acres Pit. 21 l b nt !Her 30 !III 1 II ltaham Rohert H. A x141 1213'I 101. :, 0 Aowurd, I, B. 3004 tBllsk

eit I'll IxilI 4 P timer. Edward JMelue .SO No, 9 II >921> N..u F.nltnerrlnl It COllalru.llnn 111+' nf 18 M I.cnI I.'IORO 2110 Lol Part of 1Ntl
I liek.:: 10 ) I lot' 14 I W FI : : : Company Ino 010fill ( o ,W I Suh of of 8 Fran LeI T huchen Cord.1I A Lilith L. 1213

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loll i Lots iV. 23 'Ktrautaen. t!. M 111': 1 II >3> 21 Nassou Eo.IIII.I" A Con.lrUcllbli 54) of IS 68.455 It: : 261 8's Lot 1 0 uMrpRMxrl: : Mororle
McIntosh JI.rnld L. 218 Company Inn 1 i0 ollr 4) I p P8 171 P/ 1011
HI *k 170 1 oti l, 33 glHIFL l511
171 Lid 17 Kruemer, 0 C If' Lot I WllIo.Vl11n lnh. l'ui1yrd,, Bnnnls C. A Eleanor A. 801I.ot Sulk or"I' Pluck 2 EI S'4 of 7 hI ]110. U.I1Irrek .0
Blork Nlcholal 145 Wllln Vlllu Sob' A Jull. Mc 506Lt a f.C:; PAHllpt Charles R. a. Mary I. 4747I 215 Lnl. 18 10 II 100. !'12x11I. Joh" ElIlab.l 1410'
BI'ick 171 L ti t. t. 7, 19) Smith, : f'tl\\\\
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Thelma 0. 10 1' 60 A C'is. Lilli' .emmllt C. 71
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M.llro. Vennn E. A Able J. 10 5lol r.er Pt. Lot 47 .b,
lliek' 171 Lit 1 Green;i H. F H" Lot I WIIIII.Vllla Mutt Block Lou 7S
A. A Jldle Mo 11818 30 I O0 PIIII. Franck L. 101 N 'o.1t Emmett C. 1051
BI h"k ino Lnt' T ft t Unknown I :1M: 0 Wllh, Vela huh Plnrklev W. ell Aee Sy M to 00 odsi
link Ill 1. 14 84elue. W. r. .IIi tot 10 WIta, .Vllla lIuh. Inmun James (. S lIelly L, 16580In lot E.i': If 41 Sub ofMss. Black 280 Lnl A tt..rherl J. i R.nner n 10Idnrk
Sr W. C. .1441 DU tlJ: 1'1. 115 Cu, 30 1511 3>> Porker. Lucy Ellen: 48 1a.n1'8 2M Lots 20, 30 Clinch ChorNS 1193
III irk I t'2 tot 21
Block 1 I 191: :::tl 17 ft 11Hlotk5dlMi Unknown: 14):) I flee, 14 I 28 S Meonn. Eyer.tt 13056flee. ThOmas Manor CrO\ll.y. Albert J. A E, D. 3981I1"k Block 300 lots I. I If 10 .

17 to 21 Inc. lIe..t lIuh.,1 317 r 21 PII. 8'10 Co. D Lot N 57te FL FL of 11 LM, Limon 841NAL'SWiU1
Block Tn7 LMn 12 Nnn No's MI'I. A IL II" \I 2 2S Stewart, Willie S n.allca 6116In r4No.o.\li\ II Alls Viola
Nettles. Bobby I. k Jonlrt E. 1313 COLLEt"I'on
HI ilk 211 1.111 18 PJy'le' E. 8, .011 or 21 Pit. 313 Co RL1IESMII ON :'o1J'T'tAjC= ,
ThAt Pt Sec. t laving\ N line, 19 2 2S Anderson, Aeae Loa 21901 AMELIA LIIIHTHOU.E I

SRMPl4nlWPortsit : f In or 21 p. 353 20 2 18 Anderson, Annie 1... \\I 4.E'i Lot I Wllkfneon. ('har'el H. S Lon)
Tn "f Ndllard,' N Ruth 15:1t: 1111 PERSONALMHOOL tAtfs i Orani RMtnrant I 1183biAiitamuei
efIf ft W "f f Oh Ave I Ld N'nf' of IMIrsh 21 1:18: 28 Drummond Mary R. 141 Lot 81 I ItS" E 300 11)) Unkl.oon 100 DltttlCt 540, 1 1 Multi 38II8I

rxtendert ft NW "f |Ilk<. 't"OdE' R. 161lol Stork II Lot fI 5914 ft.d
21 2 2ft 51 Drummond Mary I SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1A '
67 4.l. 00 71, 7J 73, 11 M 4 MarshLurid 1 AUaftUc Highland.Aun Aiklne AdvertMnf Agency 1443Aikini !
Tn.' of llllll irdIn I 3 24 It Unknown' 2111 N'1I 21 2 29 iii Drummond Mary ft, 167 : Johnson, Mu. lI.rlh. E. 11,15I Waih.O.Mat 121 WHerketta J F. Allis"" Reitatirant( ) 15 74Fawwal
I in M (ot 1 Alabao.le Service Station Mahiur J. A Zahleh M 31 I a
sit P 342 CoReo. Lot 3 Ih A Pllnl'
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Th.o' Holiday Tlmn Mute! Mi5BnlJday
And..nn Wire
I IThit t 3 24 Illipvley, James Iit Survey U 2 28 Mud"n Hom. C"n.Iurll"n CO 1014Dr NI1hunlol Aub' Ins. 12 ( Pure Oil I b5I
Times R..huronll
Jul )a 68
Js0 17 t9Gnl
: \ Blue Bird, Inn
Port' of fF'i of Pit 1118 Pr. 181nI21 : : HH" 'I Terrace M tel
I J.fi Jul Ins 1753Lnt 4797Illue U
NWI.vln| F of The FI ; Hec.::1 21 2 2ft 3 4 harper W. T. S Mary 316p 14 hlICkS Fdts.Rn4rh plug Moon I'tnf..urt' 99Booths r.d'3.. B ft Yvonne II. Ills 26"(I
44 ft 48 ft In or 9 r.
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C.0hlOn. O. 141 laBounreland doming Sunoco service H 114
ArrMlfnn 16780INuch1a .
8 I live: if lilki ::117 t:1I.: Jlpc, al 2N 28 144 C. 7911 Na. 1 Da' Lite Market
8 :of the MMlev, H. J. k F.tell' II Rdck4. Pdt0. I : M S4Buccaneer Pine Oaks Motel 62 10
44 A 50 In Town IIf In 10' 21 1'g. 20G Co 80aneb. Jay M. S A. B. 14 ft.l 7081 Tri lltal 1 cut Shop j, u.lllarLnd
'9 3 24 Unknown, 750 Nee' 31 I 29 Pnpe Charles S. 110'Sty \ Oakery Wad ',
ft'T/a PI 74 ro. n.n. of In or 1 PI, 91.. IOIt 04 Clmhn6 I' 3 28 Unknown 155th City Ice Co. 335 57Alonio 3806'

(tame ni or 11 P|. 637): ) ; y9111 Willer Frank E. k n. R. 1181PI. : :4 PI. 117 Co. Kenmd Davll Jr 4737: SCHOOL DKTKttT NO 3Tthetirletta
3 19 E: A ft Belvi A. 10.11 III
((90 x 119)In ) t>B. 154 P|. 410 Cn .41'04 ,IEe: R W In FDNA nEACti It'll. Delux Dry Clemen Service 70 14 JlFernandlna Mown MOtel SW 111St ,
t 3 24 Mack, chird I10 0' 14,41401! IE. 04100 Lots IHK Corporation 180 Janitorial l Outboard Maryi Motel Mstaurint 1.15mICHOOL :
art B 14 P| 412 Thai Pt Forms lIub. M! "I. vi Lot 3 4 I ON Gordon Automotive' ft U Ot DISTRICT hO 4
rl of El] W nf HK 111 2'' 34 2 28 20 1':11I.': rrllnrl. L. 117PL Et 10 HlnwaCur t: \ "oo.t 107 Salei lipThomas tidM ,
I,of Co,, Rd III' JU: Pi of lIovl. Lot 1 w: I 28 1 WI1d.r Fletcher 1030l. 'Cot ;20 SINK Cop"rallon 101 Ilriffln: Jewelry Carter (Mlflf Station) I IK 1:1:
sloe 10 3 24 11 King, C. F' SrttBHfTp 41441g '110...'1''.. I.ul I at 1:18: a Wlldrr 'IOI'h.r 1038 Lot 27 OHK Corporation I M U, Hall t184 I Bib Carter l Illue Sunoco) 111.1
drill, 8266LSondra
DB 273-P|. 208 (Lens In IIr 211 I'll 1,16 :M I 26 Wuhlin Dun A Thelma ''LI.. flEI) 1011 Loa 30 .HK Curp..IIIIO 5115 Honey Dripper Bar ft 14151 W David. R Dubot U: ;J4
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3 24 J. IN 1S 'In 110 1'14 ::104 ('0. Mal A. nuthrle 2155'Hogm.
W 44 Al in t Ilullry. O Pg Lot 43 t1; 1h Coporotlen 107 .
Marktt l 5Melton .
IL. IA DlinniSurvey per IEx. LIB 210 13,7' :: Leonardi Live loath Bait bervke Station fciwlINTANI ,
111 t. ( I I Lot 45 11HR Cerpnrailon 00
) 'tvC if R/W ft W', 1161 34 1 2M 1 Eliia Clarence W. 370 Lol 114 Pagl. JJmei P. Jr. SIn 44 Hardwire Co. Studlb 1WW In II ,IBI.F: PVftlOVAfcPROPKIITV
of I Dun horny 1 1L 16 S If 0 Mare. J h A Stills M. T M 1,101 31. 311, 40VurlIO BEACH Merle Norman loimetle: IIU I .
l,67 Cornwall Kurvey ID 3 a. II Pulm.r Edwin J, 729:\ lie' "os Sub M 3 21 Ellls. Francla L. 117? 0*. FOH NO. t William A Plnckley Adler Rlrhird 8
I P. James P. Jr 1011 W. A. Plnckley' Contractor) SA2 inr
-MLxmlEam( et1411114. ur 11'1 454Co Lot 125 Allcrton; Willie. W. '
I III fill In 279 P|. 5116C 1tec 35 I 28 Itl' Motley, H. J. k Eelelle C, 110,97he \ Lol lltl Arrington, Catherine' n. 54074 Willie Resister' ft K dlo 734: Engesile Maude R n UtI,
Malcolm L. 4)8 343 Ca.line. Lot los .emplln Arthur M. 1011 Charlei. F. Rodgers TV I
Rec 20 I 24 I Revnitdi. or 27 P. tilt 4m ai. tiarl ft Hubert ,
In DB 264 PI 34 CoRa I 34 1 2B Le., Sri In A Ines a 16In Lot 348 JJ9 Wshlm::I: : Orville t MarInrle J. 1(16 Shop Hawki. Frank. (.', Jr. 114 Vf:,
21 3 24 Silvers, Arthur 0; Reynolds. Clau,le D"n 2LiJ: 4411 ::18 I 21 Janes, 5vans k !.hurl R. 1031'In Lids 246,140 jyLtunNEthoOk Marjo. u J. James: !'Mason Rtitlunnt 7011Shlell 1443'Vntell Mlmi, ED, Jji' .
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114.; Lotlw. of l"vt, lieu ''n UD sal 1'g. lilt Lot 34 S't of 33 'a Swap Shop S3 MSinclair Trl City Ire Company, Ine IS M
NYII Y. Nil. I I CII. n.o. 41 2 2R" VI"unl, Rudlliph V. k O. 1191\ Rambyl4.Sub" 1I\\.rd, Roy W. 5(49 Service Station 4737 Wood: Haitleon U: Jt ft Yvonne; L.j.u'I ,
Orr ,. 851 Co. Parcel Ho. 7 44 I III WOder C, t. 411II Himbyi Sub .nn.U, Illra. Harry I. 51401 Tan Made Dreii Shop 102 '
1by 28 I 24 45'4 tI,orvin. rh.. .. eo 41 Parcel No 15 44 1 IS Wlhlp. C. F. .51 Black. /1'1 of Lot Itft
BIN 28' 2. 1 MId bt.le Homes Inc 16 11 Lao J, 4. I. I tIn,.. Out '.tIaH 220 Oak. Texaco Service Station 47 37Tyion
,. 429-431 rnrded PI.II 1'1 MideWOAers Lawn SOC Jan Jol Ins .13 Plumblnl 7* W

CoJReJ 37 121 14 llarvln: E U ft IienberiiyKfSSftl430' 138021 Iilvd, t ur 31 CAN CITY SCHOOL ItllttlCt NO. I NffTHAoucimf
i I'll ::1114 U I 28 3& Fills. Franck' L. FJIIIi I Itlock Lot 4 Blum 1 Iunl; W. .43'1 I
All 'ofLeas 1'104 A NolldayTittOni "r U p,. 3119 Co. Block. I Let 4 Blum. <:rant W 138 Bahama Club 7703
_. Unll No. II Mee" 44 1 28 11 C.rv.n Inc. S 01Pt I BI',H-k LOU S 29 ft of lily Service.
1; ;.r 37 3 341-8 !tIn C. II: / r. ft Iterlh M. '681 ,. 'f 11:1: Tenet AIII.tur,A III or 55P6. 1 N : ft of I I;HK CorporationUrmanec IM Clark'. Fruit Barrel Stand lltw U 13:

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SiibLotr3 C. E. Sr ft llertha H. 400 A E 10S F'1.of 3 '
Let.S Holiday Time 544415. tlhK'k I Lot K. John_ 17 70J
Holiday Time ttib KIO", C. E. Sr ft Bertha II. 4 iI4IJAIl. 4 Wlldpro Sub. PI.INu. TOWN V. Keen 104
4 Holiday Tim* Sub Km6, E., IIr. A llerlha II 450 I 44 I II Gllds. E. W. A Nancy. 1961Alr1111 : Mock I bole I. StlHk Hartley' William (Fit ) 1137IIS: Jacob Luevty, 11 it
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"WANT AD RATES FOR RENT __ HELP WANTED DID YOU KNOW" I sllllll'd( > Rons Porker, president \

... per wtN .15 oUnlmum Legion Auxiliary 174 Hul>y Rnhinwn, npfntjrvSemnrlii May Tire SaleOn

tar4 of Think' RMMUUMM 0. Morrln puppy
..l MftDir tlotIeea. THREE ROOMS, privet both Mwater. WAITRESSES and Counter girl, roux o.o.ep wit aERCArCMANYCOUpCE9 Plans Poppy Sole chairman All

Apply 111 S. 5lh St. M21p 21 or over. Blue Seas, OF LIQUIDS IN VOU8HOM6/ M g1M5.t o \
ll per w.rl 11,00 mlatmuM 2015204tfc May 21! Through 23 ---

tar rZRKIBM: of 241-:.187 AND PUBLIC euiLpirJd THAT J' OW' e FSU Dean Kchrrlnlfd. I Ir. GOODYEARTIRES
TWO FURNISHED -- -- -- ---
APTS. one ARC SAFE TO USE DURING AN The! American Lrclnn Auxiliary
ptaf lilt l of fire 4-nmm COLORED COOK Apply! Blue AL. aenrelllla I Annum New PestTAI.LAIIASSEP.
or- n alit\, downstairs One 5 EMERd1ENCY SUCH kt i11N r{ nf the tieolKP R:. Grant Post 174, i

511 All" Rtrert, room apt upstairs All eledrlr( Sras Restaurant at beach, Ph. I will observe "Puppy Dny" on May I : :. Dr, Paul I )!
: kill:In' 81fl Phone! tic
-----"- M Atlantic Ave
21 through/ 23, ncyniild, dean nf onto am) rii'nci' 1 1

2111.3230 or 261-52G9; tfc PnppUs will he sold In front nf ut Klorldn I Stale I Unlvrriliy I t willbecome The Monthof
FOR SALE Durinrj
I I'I'I ,
I (
TWO BFIlROOM HOUSE, unfitr.nlihirt i 0'a. I our illsplnv nl Mary K'. hv Mrs dean nf the WUnilDfilon ,

NOTtCK: OF WMTIOV' 051 UN 141110 I MM Wesley, Mrs FrntiKS CMnip- j / Culleue, Wilnilimtnn, N, (' I MoyYou'll
Five PoinU area, Ph, TO MARK!: APPI.rCATTDN I Iw1 X11
Its I FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT, w/inr, Ml-520'i, tfr0E Foil FINAL niStllAKUBrtORIDA I hill and Mis. Retnmla Mnnls. I uiirr July I, It wan anmiuiKi-d hero I I II Find Tremendous -

r. lip mntnr, trailer, 2 gas lank), -- --- -- STATl'lhSm .. n vHAn We will also have a door to I III1 III1I III1I
JIMS, PH. 201-3011.: MJ1 : 2 BEDROOM unfurnlihefaporlmint Jt'Dlllt' NASSAU ('m !MTV< RTATFOF ': door drive Thursday tlirnuuh !S.tlurdnv : .j I I Savings

_. '- Year round Largt II.Oltll)*. IN PROIlAlh. Ice dl FAAn54np.0Ta by Mrs Rasa/ Parker Mrs LITTI r.mi.s WILL /LOOK' t On Our Tires I
[SCUBA GEAR: cnmnli'to! wllh 1* r" Estate ill Mnhle Small. Mrs. Viola Itnhlimm. I I
vocation house for summer ,,'n tnwufu Scull Krifilrlrks, p rTo like little buys this winter when
suit: lank regulator, fins, mask, tal Furnished, occanfront. Plioni Deceased ,1+ ,r auwtauavatau.wtuc Mrs. Dolllp. Harden, Men. Miiry'
snorkel Wm. Crane!,, 2iI.34a.i.t | 201.4174. tit An "'10m II May C."cnn: Williams and !hers Blanche WII. they dun faulty stretch punts. 1'he LASSERRE MOTOR t
Nolle ,Ii hereby given that Wilson' come In large and small I
Mil '", Kunrtrlc-kl ban riled hli fln.il report Hams. j COMPANY

-- YULEE UNFURNISHED 2 bed. Administrator of the estate nf Hnwari Puppies will also hr cold at Ru. checks. Sncony Sue of New York
Colt Htndrlrks, Sr derenied thai '
118 FT. THOMPSON! : 225 Evlnrurtelectric. room house dinette area llv. it filed hpelillon fir final i dli e.-U NAT A : by's Benulv Shop on Nn. 10 St, adds a lotidi of feminity In one isso: ; SKRVICKSTATION t

Gator (trailer, Plnn] > log room combination, Icrl'l'nedbllck charge, urr.l tint he Kill apply to I heHunoruble und M( m', Kitchen nn Rn 10 BtViur "Iollllh.lluv" milflt hv tnpplnfl the'panto ,
101-4510. J, E. Wear! dfnrd, Cnuiilyluiiije FALLOUT SHELTER. I !\ l J.
Inc, ',
will be appreciatedUrn
porch, utility room and AT NHHIIII Otnity Inrld I I. on COULD SAVE YOUR FAMILY + { help : with a bulk litrtlcnrrk :
--- -- carport Near Terminal Bag 'he 2Wh day ot May, lilt, fIr op e ; piiKifili will RH to help they I '' t
l'S3/!) pirEVnOLF.T; : fair cnirtl .>rolaat\ name and ealnal" iharfre/ DURING A TORNADO I! ; dis.ibliil vrleruns and white w'Inn sweater I hut has knit- P'P'In _.
Phone 2255374. IK HURRICANE aNORfCACTI :
tlon, nramnsble. 2(11-5072( iftp, ji Administrator ot the CKlute ol OR ""
Howard Went HendrlrKi, Sr, rieoeas tl suspenders, Classifieds Pay Off !

4, weekends. M28> FURNISHED APT, Close In. Ideal ell, on tar this Wilson Mlh day F IlcndmknAtimlnlntratiir of April' 'M4 ::1 nRemner die dead by rl'h1lblllla'l| /( ..... :'

FORJ\f"\ .S hnitrl tnailc Com for couple, Phone 201-4227, tic Scull Hcnclruks of the entile, Hrdemeaned "ntHiwjrd 7 ? I --- rrr.r.rNEW .

condition 3.i02./ Rcaiohable: Pli 2111 LATE MODEL 53: It., two bed. 41 431, 57, H, 21 1 -.,...; \Native hearing/ dining Ihe month ; ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT :
lie, I
lUtnses thiirned wllh vnrldu
room, furnished trailer Wanlilnp
--- --- -
TWO JJEDnoOM Home tcrccnm machine, Plnccrest Subdivision, PUBLIC NOTICEHotter PUBLIC JI5.ETHR1 Dr. Woolsey UrgesSafety beverage law violations, I
2C1-JW3.! M21nc Ilf TNR CISCI'lT o(' AudlK' .' M'pints frdn! the Bev.
porch,' Sear garage attached. 30 "' or APPLICATION FoURTIIUDICIAL' CIRCUIT or!
FOR TAX IEEI Dcpsilmpirt almllt cluamt i 3 DRY CLEANING UNITS.
h. rn tioftnn ON*, dork horn TILE STATE OP PLOKIDA' IN crane
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTYIHAVCKRV. 1N Practices sales broimlit the 'Ursrst tax con.trlhiillim
italli,' fenced. Ph. 201.591. tf C MtfRANIE APTS. John T Reed the holder nf the tnllowln I. CASK NO 2tnStrWART I follow.ed '
THREE: ROOM DOWNSTAIR certlflcitei has riled sail with H.91J.4M50.'" :
Singer Autnmatlc- furnished apt. Private bath, Utilities cirlldcalei for a tax deed to bo U.. KATIIKVN A. PhTKBHOU' his tits,,I In by befr wltll $2,458.81612, liquor Special Summer Rate ... i.,
sued thereon The ccrtlflrute nil'steen Water
?ft CoAMle' Model hot water, washing machine and yeirl nf hnuince, the (1ecrlptlon v.: YLAINTIFFIAUDREY I Sports S2,205 407.5t; and wine;: ITO7.ZiniJ .- "..

Sewln f machine, original price furnished $11U week ot .. In of which the It properly wan aliened and an Ih.n.m. M. MMPTOf OeSUIT, et alNOhIC6 '; h.lF1Sr I 1 Other miscellaneous the balance! of.coliec Ihl'$11IiI $1.00 Per 8 Pounds :::; : :; ,
renovated B V, Wofilscy director olMansaii lions made up
over $100. Balance 50! or lake! trio month. Completely follow: THE STATE OK FLORIDA TOt I
over ''$8 monthly payment Sew ALSO BEACH RENTALS!: rtlflcjte No VI Year of leas AUDREY M DIMPiJON, Ml Roam County health Depart.Iln'nt million taken .In\ during Un.

I' W, I. McCranie 261-4841 for mce: 1QW Street. c."harll'.lon I. West Vlrglnin :' warns Hint! Inrro'islnu num. month, Suggeitkan' (1wn Wnsh and \Vcnr Items ,;:
IJg. ag, makes buttonhole, rant! Call Deirrlptlon of Property Block 14' You end ....," of you are hvreby ... .. : Iry ..
ttltchlnf, tic, Call 2B1-MG3, Wll Information If no answer call Lot II Town' of Hllllird notified thai a lull hal been filed lets of Fl"lln) rlll .rns arc rh. "I'
deliver No obligation M2li HI-903I lee "Name' In which siseiMd B M t.lh against youn the uhwve lading In wafer sports! Fur wlnli'l' To Improve Their Appeuranre ,,(.
I' red cause end that you ere her t.'IIII.d RUBBER
of said property belir lumber
------ County of N...i BABY TURKEYS for silo. Nawat u 1 FOUR ROOM downstairs, furnished Unions such certificate or certlflcitm Clerk, of the Circuit Court and tc for some, the plrnsure of a Want To Dye Something

River Meat Packers Yulee. Ph I apt, Private entrance, Ph. 261. shall be redeemed iprordlni tiff nerve or a copy Flaimiff thereof Attorney upon tot'; whose Plaln< boat letting rod, wntrr skis, or STAMPSAny

125.5129, Iii I I. 4643. tfc to"' ,"law III1.al.the or property rertlflcatti deicrlbed will In he awl loll name and adrtreis Is' iwlm suit turns Into tranodv In One Ajfllntor Washer Reserved For Dyeing

i 1-------- 10 the hlfheit bidder at the c'lur 1 1huu. JAMES W PETTYJOHNI'lorlda 1162 thorp wore 442 persons In

TWO FULL SIZE box) ,),rings ant( SCOTTY TRAVEL Trailer Completely Month.. dour of June nn, 1'iM the, tint which Monday Is the hi In i I Title 2,BuildltifJjikwinvllli klorlua Florida win dlod as the result of Size

each Also 12 ft five,, not later icon June Knd! KIM, II
mattresses, $3 equipped, Sleep day of June, ISM I drowning Any Shape COOPER'S LAUNDRY
boat and motor, $120 563 S. Kiel, Make your reservation Scotty' Dated IhU IMh day of April, I1M, I you will fall tfi eland do 10 Decree/ Pm C..olp..o.rb'd for thi Using safe' prnrllrps' Including At f., ::
D 0 OXLFVClerH du'1 n'.tluU Inrfblre '
Cher. 241.5878 tfi Trailer Sales, Ph 201-3474. Cln-ult Court '' complaint. swimming knimlrilgp and safe
.:. __ ___ __ NUIIJU County I lorlrta The nature of laid lull being fur STREETS: !\ ,
-- imecluiiuri or. the folluwln dencrltx equipment Is llv( only known ip.prnarh NewsLeader1'hontn 1Kb & HEECII ..
41 57, 14, al l. 2S .w ... ,
SMALL, LOCAL BUSINESS TWO BEDROOM, furnished apt ed JI'r.In.i't' d o/n/ the County In reduce this nimihi olnerdlrss ..
of Sidle Florida, more \t'I
stotk and equipment. Bargain Cool Clean, Private Entrance PUBLIC NOTICE purllculurly demrllmd! at: \ dcnlhs Innblllly In swim, Mr. Ooflu. Howard, !Manager
for cash, or terms tit responsible 421 N. 3rd.UNFURNISHED. tIe A tart of land In Sectluni II and! Inexperience, can'ICSSHPSS, |1)011>i' 21G-36KII: ( 201-.1087: '.
party. Call 201-4407. tic NOTICE t'venvwPICTITIOVI: 12 Township 4 North Range 23 JudRrmcnt or balk of BiiH'rvl-liif L'N
East, Hanuu County Florida I
HOUSE! $ bed. Notice Is hereby groan thai the un. more particularly deicrlbed aifollows are Important factors In mohl ------- ---- M,

CORNER N. 18th and Highland St k baths. Call designed. punuant to 'Flrtltlnu, : water accMrn'o.Slxtyone I
rooms, I
newly redecorated! gluten, !3 261.3401.tic Name Statute' Huuie Illll No 1179. I"n a point of beginning corninenie I : ::1 y
Chapter No JOIM. l.nae of HlorlduIH4I ul Ihe corner toiiimon to ihlldirn I iiiuli-r 5 vnr
bedroom home. Beautiful lota --.-- / will rentier with the Cletk 01 Setlluni II. II II and 14 in the of age died from diownlntl hi 1 IW. ,,, FERNANDINA BEACH

lion. $13,500 excellent tirtns.it I tWJ( DOOM unfurnished house. ounly the Circuit, ( 'Court In and reielpt for of N s..uu pmuf Township and und run Range theme North atoremen.tlonod eighty as did 84 children: bcUeni Hieases

.,7,750 BUYS 3 bedroom home out.Iide '13 ROOM FURNISHED: garage. tltloua name, to wliBUCCANEFR: LANES Went l line Nun dividing degreeellWI aald Section alongtr.it II The 78 persons! In thus 11 to 21 jEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNREACHES' ...

city limits Chain-link fence apartmentVr Vtrler Which ". me ennaied In und 14 a dulance of three hundred age /group trulcs R Mil if 221 ." .

Nothing down to veteran I ire enffA: In bu lne 01ftmith hundredth (J4II7SI: feet to e |,5ndl
ft.JuhM I SMALL ONE bedroom, unfurnished Blh Strrrt, lenundliiu lieuth run theme Ninth: fifty-four. On. Bird friim li-iwiiliia'' / In I'H2: Thin

house u. KIWI fifty mimitei' ten neiimdiI Is over hiilf nf the 4'::1 ,persons
., t. Perrclri \ Son trial the only parties Interested In :J t (N54 tin. .rr..DI..IO.' KI:I Iduunce !Men -
/ ft In that Merchants and Uutlnf'411!
laid biliinem, enterprlie are led of five hundred eighty who Bled trim' diimnlnil/ IJirectory Furnlkhdd n" Thdse
M* .AtUftfU, A... Phone 2l1-satl TWO R'JOM furnished apart I Hod.a and H. B. Ellis.St Sven and nine-tenth, IN 7i| feet year
1 t, 11, of the
--- H.'I: to a point In the certier ------

n EXAMJM CUSTOM MADE mint.r.. r. SAHLMAN\ tiavt-ment her I, run uf thence U H Highway tiuulh: lofty Num.BIXilurec Suburban

Venetian blinds measured ant PHONE ttlKtl PUBLIC NOTICEIN \ :.. .!stern minutei r.j.lIS Cigarette And B E WISE.I .

Installed. Wide rnnire of color! I IN CLIP! emetic' 'OIJRT IN ANII icnti-r.J degree:: :,.d.e'. p.ivempnt-El along: u dialinie the: I T I IDE 5 Gas Co"

PORTER OVF.QUIST Coloi, ONE UNFURNISHED upstalH Poll NASSAU ('OCNTtLIIRIIIA cif fur hundred ind nltiHyKlx -. "Porcelalnlze" Propane
NO 2111 ,
Center., Phone 2fU.SOfl8. tf" apartment, ocpunsldc Year >t;;>u NAtlOVAI. MORTI.A.E. in, t fiftviilii/hun'lredih' Ih. 'i4'U5li Deverage Taxes SERVING Al.!.
( loet to a pant
--- -- round. 126 6. Fletcher Phone i ANssitlTbPe s earptrallO5. ornonteed .
nf the null, riuwrm'nt 14 Intirwilvd -
AMELIA RIVER FtSIl! CAMP: 201-3138. tfc / under an Ail 19 uf the lonirem Irileral 001nttloa Na by the line dividingliitlmii I Set New Records LASTS:3 OR 4 TIMES tt YOUR
12 and II: irameniloned
Terms be arramicd( --- Aswulallon Chart"Art
tan tlunal Mortfite THAN
22351B8Hi apart suvlni Hi prlnrlpnl nfflie In Hit ,. run them. North emht nine dpgrepn Add I' Mlnatee rIP GAil AI'I'I.IANCER I
FURNISHED efficiency forty-one mil ulei' 11'.01 ORDINARY WAX .Jon
... mi-lit on beach. Phone 201-4944{ Ity uf W..bhIKI..II, Itlnlrlcl of liilum IN an rto..... 41'.W. along tie, With Kill) two months Ii \>n |nMHIHI 11.,11I 7 South 7th St.
Ml" line dividing Reillons II and 11 I : : : Frrundlu.. :
IIO Florida Ave tf PlalnllflA 19111-04 I tau enllertlniiHfriim t
after 5. ., '. a dlit.inte ..f four. hundred eighty year LASSERRE MOTOR ""ft" 'r.1.'lfl l '
511. OO. $3.q .down, no clntlnrf coM l. N-ms---: .' and RULA nine cod sventyle"ee hundreUlh.14n' the mlo of"I clcnrdlrs owl nl.
v ', .t'! ---mAi : MAR<<:M'vk:' A'R. hOoband ulna wife, ,tai, feel In u p'iml the Unit hI teen.thus" rohollp l vernt'fs fX'Pcd %:M mil- CO. MICR LOW

'*,* 'fin Itrlttdcra A.... OCEANFRONT APTS. completely 1''Ud.,' I dncrllxd'in tintluiitl olllh.t from ) It)* O,Mil linn sunmiHlnu] till! reri'nit In Florida I T H KIN! '
Hor. furnished. Day week or month NOTICE OP SUIT "I U 8. ,"fihWIY Numlirr 9l. Ph. 261.361Ji'rldny: '; ltny ,22 !
$8.000.1'Wu' bedniomi. large THE STATE!; Ul HXDHIDAihomai ui way hero InUurtxl theIorl s Ill-Only un'online:{ In KiilurdB s. Ath .4 ... .

Idq room $1WO\ down Owner wIl'llake 584 S. Fletcher Ave. 261.5878. ICe TO' L. Murray, Peildenceuriknown 1 width of land ho tOue cnnv..d C''I'. Ke.illnu Slnlc KevtraKC Ilroctm. 5:20: n.m 11:40: n.m. PHOTO SHOP

and Iwenty.flv.hun."rrdl '.
Ml mortgage taming
DOWNSTAIRS unfurnished. APARTMENT Corner 4th and- Eula Mae Murray, Reildenre WITNESS/I221I my. arras hand more and ur rtllel lem I IMJ 'lIlIprll/'n for April shun reached ? 6:0D: p'ro'y Rnll "ddl"

lot Amelia Dr. Calhoun, acres street from YOU unknown ARE HEREBY NOTiriEI | uf laid Court In the City nlFernnndll.j SIIlr.oO,81839! ), for an Inerense nl Going I Fishing May ZJ: PrereItiFlm' .
NlMiiil ounty 'oIrolllVilli'
$12,500. $400 down 7 room home, k"oolSt.. Joseph's Academy,., that a suit hal been filed afalnat >oi Fl'rlfli' thll Beich.19 duly of M ,y. l'tfIoI 4252 per rent I over the same peilod

rhone 201-4200 or 2613800. tfc In the .hnvI..IIII.d flu cause and aniweiwith tna (SEAI 11 D 0, OXLEVr last year. This bl'InU8 etlleetlnns U" For 6:13: a.m. 12:14: am chum Appatnnont.
required tu your
320 South 4th you are the Clerk uf his Court and Uerve 0 Oxtev, Clerfc" of,'Onull/Circuitof from July, inn to April, 1'lGI! to IIne 01 5:50: pm. 12:22: p.m. Rlppura '. urn,
Court Fourth Judliljl Complete ... :. :
$3S90: $500 down. Owner will lake I ,spy thereof upon the pi ,iln. FloridI" and for No...uu $'lt)2) .072 92M:!! 99, '" ': '.L".
1st WANTEDGOOD tiff or "nluiitllfi. oltnrnevs,, whofiname County, Florldj The Diri'dor slid his grants aNndostinyed Fllllhlnr Tackle Mundny May 21 0..
mortgage/ adilre'S IB KNU,HT KIN '
and 41 121 I. 2T;June .2 9 1 : ;: : :: RMIII Reels
I CAIU HOUCHKH!: tt HAKHIS lull! 31)) mininihlno I stills during
utamellsulk/ Huildms, Jarkoevtlle, Oulelnor Camping n:5: l1.m : nm RtudltJII Al 5tH Allh St.
Oceanfront Ai>rll, pound out HUI7 ail
USED! PHOTO-SIIdo pro. 'I"rl"aIIIIO'W.: not Inter, then July 2. 7:26: 1:02: p.m.
hard road decree : HELP SMOKE of Icrmciillnu mesh and 1,(I7"Itallnns Equipment p.m. Phone 261-4586
Two story duplex, from and screen. Phone 2t>I4R03. I- I'e4 If you fait to do an a pn him >
to water. $10000 Good home, Jector cnnfeno will he enlered ua.mol"U/ if miuinslilne re.tily for Monday! Slay! 2i!
M21c fr the relief demanded In the com PREVENT ,
plus Income, -- BEAR market Twenty aulfimnlilles weie' FIRESTONE
-- pluln
-- I Rowland'tI1FAC11
'1'01. null ,Is to fired e a murt sallied, .VI! mule fur mnnnslilno 7:20: nm 1:4(1 1 : ( l1m.
CONTACT PETE INGRAM gage toe' real property prmeeiiei, FOREST FIRES ;: IV/llt'I'; : : : SUPI'I.Y
1 1:40
MISCELLANEOUSCABPENTERINO: "'. I.: fi\ O tint 17') nrrcits fur 8:111): ) p'ro' : p.m. UPHOLSTERY
Salesman Lot lei: HOI. Illiwk Three 111 "nllieh: hi'vern'e law vlnliilinns. 11:1: Atl."tle Au 1.1.4411
L. L. Bohannon Agency FGANS MFADOWJ, Unit One III. ate e' IN THE SOUTH! "ii Healing ('"", "wh'rI 112: ndmlnls- Tuesday' May 28 no YOII NEEDNEW

13 North 4th Phone ttl>GM roof repair,, Book cording 1'. Page to pint 49,reforrted uf the cuirent/ 'fiat ....1... 2:20 COVFRINOi Tn corn OR nePAIRA:04
"We Home and Reasonable roles, Cyril CountyWl'l : n.m. : nm. '
solicit Listings on pointing public records uf Nainau rVIt"lITI'KI'I
Acreage" Byron, 2CI-4746. tIe I Your Ra1: p.m. 2:11: II pm. nit
; ; : my hand onrt the sal! nl NEW 5PAT COVERS
--- Haiti : iH: Fernumtlnu Bleach, I'iorids. Fsun Culls
REAL NICE 3 BEDROOM: MM "LET'S GET this lJIh! tiny .d May, A. UM RELAX. Wednesday: May AUTO

hath, masonry house with lifrtimt a Stanley Hostess Party." Nellie tfc. Clerk.1u 0 of 0 the OXLY Circuit!: Court Ad Here R:11):: ) a.m. ::1:00: am h'REI EST151ATES

moL and attached garage Fenced Costa 261-4415. ..COURT UAL. I :
I11IA, ,4 ? 0:07: p.m. 2:5:1: p.m. We Pick Up And Dt'l1ver
f fl.|
yard; top neighborhood Ready FOR HEATING AND AIR-Coeodl. 4l _: "

r house Heating and Cooling Service Co
l.m: :
: a.m. : am.
BEDROOM M, flea 2BI.3W tie HIITICJO: OF Self 0,14 General
261-4370 or
Phone "
Yule,. Florida. Large lot. Flinanc. Nolle I. hereby 5Oen' (Ihnt. pll" 1),19: p.m. ::1:20: p.m. fn'F.CIAI.TIF.8 ".

ed with FIIA loan for $".,0 pet L i-ALCoiidTIcS: ANONY ura nuant emend In e final in cjus Decree. numlred dnrerluw> 2WMI" '<. 7,500 WflonwnRK .r
month fin be Mirthaied f for trans.ftr MOUE help with jour drink. In the Circuit Churl of Na>a.u Countv Frld:1Y: May PLASTIC! lIJRFACfNa ,,7.

costs of only aMint! $,,0. Nc Ing- problem Write Rot 8tA: Itujled, Florida in Nauau I will .ell Cnunly the, properly.lundjdnirlned ,, IM: a.m. 4:18: a.m. ctJIITOM HtJlLT CADlNt"'' ". ..?'"

down' payment City o* Phon JM. El: 5'7t90. ai. and Fourteen PORTER'SFISH Readers 10:11: p.m. 4:07: p.m. IITHF.N ANn HATH" ,
PAUL C. SHINS Lot Thirteen 1111' REMODELING ?
One Hundr.dltvpnlv.
Registered. Real Estate Broker FLOOR SANDING UO Miniibl one 1141 Hilt(IllMk. Fentandini, according Complete howroolll

$11 8mA Ml St. Phone 5113551 I l Floor tile. Paul E. Bunion In the official plat'of' sold City ai ten C;elor CoordlnaU8a ,.,

Phone 1-409.(! tfe Florida lithographed Railroad arrd Company iMued by In Illil the CAMP Every Week I clues a 0eadttItr JerseyFee 261.3068

NICE, LARGE LOTS forOaf!P. and enlarnerl, revised, WASHING MACIIINE REPAIRS the Florldi I wn'Improvement
Cood One mile, by 81T'
turns. quarter
make. Sto et cleaned Company In and HHilat .
South of FIT Points on Amelia I any public nil and bell LIVE AND DEAD SHRIMP
used fnrnitur. \hrhlfr:1\ : :
Rd. Call MMUB1 Ut! Buy, sell\, repair bidder for Door ol
Ph. Hester', Yulee S-S294.. tie the Nasau'aunty Courthouse In -
rernarldinj Beach. Florida' between FUN IN THE SUN r
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray. "LET'S CET ACQUAINTED i with 1100 1 A M. and I 00 P M. on May NOW AVAILABLEFREE ..
on Rd. Large lot. Terms arrang. .
Hostess ParI1JoAnn fitAlir tVO 0X1 FVCIFRK :
ed. Ph 2615421. lie a Stanley : CIRCUIT/e/ COURT AT FERNANDINA lEACH ;
26I-424B/ tIc
Asbestos Outside lim I HARRIS
siding city
its. III.SIlO. Low down payment Trade At Nome IIIJ erlriMlvlH lurnell B FtorMe ink /llat'Ilnf. atSM ,. PIIONE 2rJt-3t 39 I IN OLD TOWN AND JUrr PLAIN IOLIYIN'" ..y.. : ....

20t-3Z79' tfc. ATTORNEYS boa
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... -Fourteen ICew_ _-Lea ler u Fernandina Beach Florida! Thursday, May 21, ]1061!) I

Pirates Edged' I

Asthma 9-7 In Fight To r

One oho hat never txpirlenenl an attack IIf asthma raiiniil. I .. a II I II
aprrf''lale tile Differing through ohk'h patlonU pax during an Down Falcons ,N4 r
murk. Thrie 'It the constant struggle prl hap fur bourn In ut-
tempting, to draw Miifliicitt OXVBCII Into the lung to kirp Die
body piaprrly supplied with oxvgcn If Indoor a window I la ruined The Pirates made I determinedbid
lo give' nrry possible amount Ilf oxygen. OfUn the/ p.itiont pull for Hull first win of the Senior ,
the slioulden up by resting" them on the backs ot (chain thus lo Uotftie season, but the Falcon
assist breathing even In i small degree. fought back lo down the Pirates
Every mukculur effort In concentrated to the end of supplyingthe I 9.7, The Pirates held 5-4 advant- tlinrle t-
bodily need and yet the air cannot gel In or out rapidly rnoutita sac until the nitons came through
because the air passages are too small.! The question naturally with a big 5,run seventh Inning to
arises "Why are these air passages too small?" win the hull game

lour ( hlropraitor knows that In order t 10 Increase the slue of Lee Godwin was the big stickerfor
.,' the air passage, he must release the Impingement on the nerves the night( wllli three hits In-
which: are directly responsible for the decrease la tilt of the eluding: a home run while Mark I
bronchial tubes. This ho is Ck..dully trained to do.
llnddoik bliihk'rt a triple! Jerry Jarnb Grimm (karl! 0m>hm), fcrnHrlam* hi, young
rrnnklin /a dmhln! end single!! nirrt anil nephew (Tammy MarIugh and Brian /("..../ ) with
armies of til*rfar' luipprnlnf. uhlt hu *l.irr-in-lat Itnrlhtu
llfttlH Granville Unrein a double andSIIIK'.C (Clot! lltvom) and broth r
(f.m""" !/??' ) lisle*
and Divld Johnson a In. The aeon.is from the Metro L oldwvn Afover ,:y +
and < inrrnmnpmrnlatlnn I I
Mon., \\td., Fri. I ,
double of the f mr*"Pal Prafiction"The H O\lllfU'LL I
U'(,' .'/ the ,
of Hrnthrn
Grimm. 7'1tltlr
012 & 2 6 Charles: llulton and' Terry Loh- pirlur"l. now bring I
oruou'n for th*first tim at
popular prices, tlirtrt
uncut from
# man led the Pirates vlth two hlti ill sueengfui rwulfhotc tngagemtnti.This I
{ Rat 9-12 apiece while John Wclsncr had a II

w_ 131 Kings Street double. Fred Adams, David Walt. movie may be seen at the Han Theatre Friday and I
Williams Vl/carrondo and j'j'en. I
Saturday May 22 and 23.
Stouter had hits fur the Plratci
Thime !) HKingsland

,_ Georgia aUK. Falcons 102 001 5 9 9 I Hardee Wins Over '''Carl R. Johnson

Co I'. LlWCKEIt lK. f. A. OWEN Pirates010 121 27 10 i On USS Enterprise
P. Pnole and lhdd"ck, Weisner
and Piknla Slave'rMiddle Utilities-Moore's i In Mediterranean
Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic :
apeH\ Iii it time of life In Womens USS Enterprise: 'irHTNO Carl'
"Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic when your nairow waist t and broad League It Johnson dental technician sec.
mind change plans: ," Brute I mil/ class, USM! nephew of Mr and I i I I I I I I
of Jacksonville" ,I Kninuly, Grl'yhull'yu( \ ,) Stand BY CURT GORDON I 1 lillI's. II, E, Williams of 3106 South I I

lard, Hardec'i won two close bull Fletcher Ave,, Is serving aboard
games In Women's !Softball League|jlbo nuclear powered] attack aircraft
action Wednesday night when !they i cirrl I "':"':' edited: Florida Public Ullllllcs. 4-3, I' with the Sixth Fleet In the Mediltr.ranean : .
;; II In the then I
opener went on to I
% Porcelain or regular ) Whit or 4 fashion colors In
j win over Mnorc'i In the nightcap Enterprise Is a unit of the large
.1 "r" VOWS I-?. Both names were run off In i Mediterranean combat ready naval enamel exterior finish! regular enamel at no extra cost!

DOES I record time an the first gimo was i force tint 1 Is a constant reminder
played In 55 minutes and the second I to any potential: aggressor of Amcrlta .
i I Ij
ENGINE I game going eight innings only | 's dtttrmlnation to keep the
t lasted one hour. |I peace, FROST-PROOF or conventional v Choice of leftor righthanddoors

j JERK, FALTER, Utilities belted out It hits In the She Is npuhlo of !launthing both refrlgerator-freezer models! at no extra cost!
with Aliff ,
MOTOR opener Knight Linda
I Jet and propeller driven aircraft
OR STALL? Jewell getting two hits each along t I off her four acre flight deck and ,' ,
with Mary Tlner Virginia Brewer, I I operating Independent of supply! "I I
A Nanllou Smith, Linda Evans, Mutt for extended periods. ; t, t""} .
GET TUNE-UP Minshew and Carolyn Knight got support While In the Mediterranean her I : :Y Thriftiest :: ,: :

bill for the losers .' 1,
crcwmemberi are scheduled to visIt -
Emily Flege Eloise Minton and / : I f.aa
ports In Turkey, Italy and Frigidaire
Only Mary Patch got the hits for the France,, I ,
winner, -
a Utilities 100 020 0 3 11 i 2-door !
: ;
Try A Classified Ad
Hardee's900 010 x 4 3 I JIJ
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1 C. Knight and Dopson; Alvarez I,, : a 100-lb. top freezer ,
66 : and Hindcrson
I has true zeroJ
? I
= t I In the second game Hardec'i I I WANTED! ;5* : zone cold.
6 pounded out II hits>> to edge the
any sixcylinder J I l a Fast ice
d J i Moore'i team 3-2 I j I for DEMOCRATIC ; freezing-
car i Ann Hcrrtngton led the winners j _:. r t 'V two Quickube trays,

an, elBhtayllnder J with 3 hits while June RolAnd and : NATIONAL 40 cubes.
888 Carrie Alvarez had two hits each COMMITTEEMAN
ca r
Eloise Mlnton Taunec Smith Au a Automatic defrosting

ParU extra If needed drey Mullis and Loll Ward shared WORTHY OF in refrigerator -
In the Hardee hitting
Jeanette Gam led Moore's with CONSIDERATIONJAMES

... r I two hits while Trlcla Stirbnro, Sue I C Two Porcelain
-t I i Silvia and Elaine Rowland hit safe \ Enameled fruit and
WE DO ALL THIS. ly for Moore's I'' vegetable Hydrators.

Moore'sOtto (020) 0 2 < .''
Hardee's200 Ole() t 3 11 DESERVING OFPROMOTION
O Clean'and adjust 0 Check call and I FD3.13T 2 95
Guest and Reynolds; Alvuicz and! $289
Henderson, )r. .
spark plugs condenser ,,\7" 4 colon or whits

'@ Clean and Check generator League I Standings 'I'' 14 AND' TO(.I''... *, t. "' ,"f'\'i't I"::'": .,..'."."' .._....\'.., \\UhAveraRe Trade ./

% 'set points' J1ti :* | :jandvoltaga !{llpll 1 1 1 j jf ';LITTtE1!I :) LEAGUK' A LIFETIME OF,< .1: } -:' / > '
;; 100% Frost Proof :
a TEAM t :} WON LOSTSenators' I i -
regulator I RELIEF |IN,.... ,
O Set timing ,'t 1 i' I 44 t.} \ *. !*. i.
I Jell a' 7 I I J theDEMOCRATIC I

O carburetor O Check battery ,I Cubs! 4 '$ Frigidaire
Adjust 1 1101'111'1.. 3 4 PARTY pr
... ..
.. .. -- '::::::::- Braves 3 S 2-door !
Rcdlcgs 1 8
Y + Stags 6 1 Instead of automatic defrosting
I p ptJ Ridhlrds 8 2 through UNITY"i
you get the
Falcons 4 4 _
tf CAR' Te Pirates 0 9Moore' i ELECTIIJ.tm Frigidaire 100% Frost. L r '

f, SAFRTY I WOMEN'S SOFTBALL Proof system. No frost, no
3 1Ilardcc
's 2 2 defrosting, ever-In the + _

atrr Utilities 1 3 refrigerator section or i

i MEN'S SOFTBALL freezer. Plus 100-Ib. zero P ,
Islanders 4 0 zone freezer twin
Burgess & Cook 2 1 i
Porter 2 1 I COMMITTEEMAN I Hydrators and more I

!ar01o') Chem-Cetl 1 4
BagL KAC 1 4 (Paid Political' I Adv) ,,, ,, a, I

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$33995 .\,,,
if I 2l
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v .:.. .:' 14T h,13.51 cu.R. rW'lh
d Averoge 4 rotors aa,
t ) !J or whlb
( Triode 4l' .
f I l ,f
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.. ..,,: l/ #.. I ,Porcelain

V af1. Wa 'p' l :- : ,"tff/. ."5' ,.. I Enameled ;toy

r .. aR7 dl Anlrl / ..,!fIr': ,\ ,. I
( ;/ v\. : ','e'. I I Frigidaire .
C MODERN :;,. : '\7 .' :
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Tsrsfone NEW TREADS ;; /" \t1 f. ,,, )w'u. r Refrigerator.
I'i / fI1J: #, ," ,,\ ; l

"., _. .. ,.Iei\ ,. : "' r" I I 'r Exactly!like the Frost-Proof
SIZE "- !" ;; f i .
"" : 2 door
except this
'S. .2.fy fIn I
Narrow Wide 'I
or Design,
k.- /< ; I i one has an exclusive Por

Tubeless or Tube-type for ... :"' / .(' ./ celain Enamel exterior.
: ,
6 s '{ ,j 0/ h Porcelain won't fade, or
Our Ntu Ttttdi, UtnltM fry MtJallion und shop nark or*
or burn. It lasts and
i I
1. Anliul rfw 1. In workminihlii rod n.arLnurtr llf*of Iral lasts. And it's worth more
L Ar.l.n e n.l sad h.urd. I.er.t,, np.Inl4uwtw..) 4949
Mod b mrrd.r fm AeouM (; when you trade!
.. p ?aser eu us. W ro.th. :
R.pl. au yronud a a.d a.a sad 6.N 1W prlw darner _
after a swim beer is a natural d ;Jit + I
"Lr'3. ,. ''Si? tAL }> ,. 31nw7 Plus tog end 4 trade In tires 'k P 1/T:

F I cu,R, $369951
On a hot summer due, a tip in a cool stream can \\oiukrfullv while only, 1
rifrislung! ltiullfcfrishmg| ) when ou'rc reliving! uftirwirJsM 4 I
4" It '
ith frinuls i is a IK,irrgl.iss ot !bier."flare's li,ir Jlmiotlu r!bit- ''xw a dak With Average I
cr\gc around! tint onion \\h,1t'nll do for (fun as nuiili .14 beer OP BOTTOM Trade

.; : Cuuputghiking: ,or just tluungingunalattnchaic-bcttbrinbatu[ I : :
1tCtot: ; > I. [ FREEZER MODELS
;, : ud1lu't, the right tomb of cvtra giHid lit\ inll. d + TOO! 'A \o

Your nmlnr gbvi of l>eer i is>> due a pliasurjt renuiuKr that t

FERNANDEZ JA BEACH v c live in a hind of per'onal fnciloiu-.iiul that our right\ to engovbut
and ilo, if we "tlrsirc, i it just one, but an nnpirtiiit one, of;

--:- U 111. those 1 person.il f rcciloim. rFloricPublic/

.' clJ ls"flia.' +t lie VII.MltK V-e. rilOIIL bl.H'I(' @ In Florida..beer jroes( with fun, Mith rdaxaliou. Utilities Co.Palll .

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