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: July 2, 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: UF00079912:00079
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century :: + ti L. II 7ft Your Best Medium

Of Service 7a ,
For Local News

In Nassau County ; lernaUulna ew5 eauer And Advertising I

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: l 6'-: NUMBER 42 l-LKNANDIN'A BEACH, FLORHH T11URSDAY\ : \ JULY 2. 1IlH! ( -- 12 I'AmTJI::; \ *. I In:: : lot PER COPYd4'aiidrn'

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Legion Sponsors I "

/ I "Let Freedom J
1r Ring"For ".; p.'i.1 .-

4th of July : 't'' ,

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tirimndinii (leach will 'let\ 7 t'i ,
"r.elllllll Ring" on Saiurd.iv,

r I e ri (" "4 1i July 4, an tin church hills and

thiiiuk IhraiiKhiiiit tin city lull ..
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1|lir< ,Ua niinulis, beginning/ at 1 Ip.IlI J.I 'i I "

I Tilt! bil'n for frpnliim", project,
I I'm so confused now I just can't >|iiisoriil nalinnulili', I is bring

tell whoa discriminating against prumotid, lirrr bv .\inirlran
who any more ) 3 awls Legion font St) cinder the dlrre. #

Sheriff II. J. Youn blood and Onigberty'
Police Chief( J, II, Parker are both .\

urging a safe and sane celebration _.
of Independence Day They warn y'I f Hear

that the streets and highways will

be crowded with funsockcrs head.
inn for the beaehrs and that mil Proxy Stone Tell

orlsts and pedestrians should exer. j

else caut'en' They ask also that Of Year's
boaters and swimmers exercise a ( l Aby Activity

cquiil caution around the water ,4 QU
V > 70 ,49t4k. 1 1"I'rIlill1fhllil Hi'mh Ititnruiimnuilmu .
Don miss the II IIn rid liiewinks VVuliiiMlav IIII ('('klv MH
dl piy) by the Kiwanians on Sit :\JI'liBEI;: f; OP) TilE NMV I AMCII\: (,HAITLIC, International Supreme Council. Or. ,inn at Si' .>hh' Inn, heard their

urdav night at City Ball Park This tier of )DeMoi\! are shown" at In"lallatlOn" ceremonies Sundav n l.thl. left foregroundis : (>1""lh'nl. IIlIlh F Shut' Jr" glue

Is always a filling climax lo the I is, )),,\ HUI'rslhlt mil head the thapter us :Master: (oumilor, and extreme rlithtk A 'rrvorue IIf thl' taut 1 '('lIr'. arlnllytilrro'a

Fourth of July celebrating mid one : ,1. rfUin: ( I Lttrhon: lic'istirer: of the Stale of I''lurid und .1 prominent Mason\ hit klall'd rt'I"'I'1 was Sill>. \,.

of the few old Iiidipimlinic 1 Day attended IV idemmiv*. :Members lire left I 10 right: front row (lurlcs Ilutthins, Tommv p"'d tll ('l1l1l1'ld.llIh the I118tllllll.lillll .
eustims still kit Attcrwards you lilmin Tony Mow ird. ('hip 111'1'\1 Ion. II"'ink Bail(' '. (harles Iturns (harles Little 111 101'11' alfierrs( bill IIII' reslgnatien NL\\ SIICI.TKIW: AT TIm: 111\1'11: ( for pie'nickers,., bathers inn) "sightseers: : nre ral).
can have fun with the barber shop nod IIf the neniy 'h'l'I'd (p llhl. Idly nciiring completion us :shown li> the |pre.oItrl'.rd> : tomriltiiM>fs being; pined in
Robert Stevens link row, left to right Jim Und: Tom Jame lIn. :Norris Howard, .
quartet biys al the ret center au. dent .Inreed. H .picot II olrn'mru6 position this" week \\nhhlnn! 1I111'rallnl1'1 1'iiblic Vorks himlnr) Jim Heard To lift
I'erk Johnson' )Ronnie Sthuctt, :Mark Jenkins! Jerry Heard and Carl .\nder I
dltorium Besides ehorus and (quartet !>on. Emrrsun 'Il'r, "hll won named
of crime n new bench pavilion is also nearing completion und n similar rant wins' installed .
warbling Ihel'c'lI i be audienceparticipation /I./ lf'shh'nt 'fur Ihr( l'lIl11ll1g year,
t tins week. The pavilion will hive comfort stations, will house: city and life-
his slilon In anutltcreuy
In of the old adtplid( H p
tuning equipment will provide added shelter IIndI ill also have outdoor dime
favorites, DeMolay Chapter neitsslljting( a new election /: ( | > tin

At press lime 1140 local till/ens : Instituted Here In telling!! if tie' past )vcars cC.

had participated In the city'i re- : I" t forts by the club. Stnic tiled the City To ObserveIndependence a rt.N ,, rlorex, +.m7 1 'r'
registration of voters I am !gratified '( fine cork of George! .'OX. bullrllnedilir 'Yhr ,
that this many have shown an | By Amelia Lodge : Kin "Fnrr'hand secretary, Day NNii

Interest In their governmental affairs t. and Emerson "Fleer treiiKuier, an

and cingralulate city officials I In Impressive ceremonies( Sunday well as the( tniipirullnn of Olrie The thy will obstive .lulv 41h 1 tor11aaM

for their intensive campaign in the Amelia Chapttt. InlcinaIn furs CliuiliiPeacick. Newt I Bo with tin nnjmlly) of downluuiinurtlianls

this effort, However, It should be \ nil Supreme tniiiieil Order of bills,, John Dully and i E. J Smith tlnsintf all day Satin-
pointed out that those previously I PcMiilu: ', Slue Instituted for lojl 1 Sill:1lI1'al: led by This. J. day. I
registered!! and not registered as South, Shave, Jr. with Mm Guy Dudley Iliejs8iu: County\ ('onillionse1ami \
yet can vote In the election on July at tee piano, all lily Ollites will be ilixetl r
The new chapter Is > OI''d
OIl by
21 This will be the last time they I MI The clubs only guest/ was R.ly hrld.iy lo ulford employees the
Lidue 47 vjAM, with
can vole though until they are reregistered ('aldlll'lll'Ws'Ad'r! editor. holiday and lung weekend,
Diane )Neusomc; n serihe'.advlnorol
tie advisory! tuiimil Ubirt' -- --- The 1',,,t 01 Nee will be shoed all

what ('aI'HOII is chapter' advisor, or Kiwanians HearDavis' day sal tut:iv' and Hull' ulll be no
I saw a preview may be I :iI Dad diIKtnn' mule except' for kpcelul
rxpectecl Irom the members of the J i indiums.
__ 01 In'r members of the uihistiveoundl I
newly organised DcMolay r Report On The Nana I.I'allr11I observe
t tle\ I ate hud MeUin K. tMeQnetn
chapter on Sunday tnniallalion the' Mundav with the ollicu
James Scrims. |U. I7.: liiilinav .
ceremony. The boys from their I )Neloai; Jim Midkifl, Everett: ll installing team of Jacksonville possessed ard RI.L.II( Howard, lohn I I. Smith Proposed Bridge folding( manuKinicnt mid slulf uloiiH
a wisdom and poise far be.
''kin I,
Hi'ward llinimeind and Kobe'it > wi i
yond their years and surely I m TOMMY HAILc'uiRe
: rt"I\ Corsica - f
parents of the local members
J. EDWIN LARSON, treasurer of the Slate of Florida, The leriminiles began ut 2 pin. (; T 1J1I\'lIll. Hrnimllna!
the hopes that some day their own Thrift
Hiali, ,, hal'I "'ma ''I'r ,nl 1 bar 1 pilot|/ Huey Home
Sunday .
will be involved In a similar col. is welcomed b> Major h. J. Johnson, Jrr: at installation a number of /1111.01.lown | pike to Kiwanians ,on Mondaynight a

01'ful and Impreutv rituat tor an. ceremonies Sunday night for the new /UeMotay chapter dwiittiies In aitcinUme I : e
'cci iilnit the powd illvrloiimcnls
other new chapter. Best wlshts to heloe.'Left to right, E: D. Johnson of Tamthafs-ee.'a member tory Follow and .DeVtulav Inviieatlin degrees. the! inllla- In the' harbor pi and INCH- (i Destroyed By fire 1 .a

the local DcMolay movement anda of the International Supreme Council of DeMolay I.I : the (local chapter( by time wereMVCII planned site for the St Marys trip I
hope that more boys will become rernamlina Roach The Huty/ Thrift home Jui.t off
Larson, Major Johnson, and Fred McLean, Worshipful I Jacksonville DcMolay chapters and! bridge
Interested and participate Master cf Amelia Lodge 47 F&AM, sponsors of the new the official Inntitutlon wa made lie was 'Introduced by Tommy Honnlc- View lI'l' In the five Point MEIYVIN DOUHHERTY watt instulli-d last! week an Com.

0 ftit DeMolav chapter by Ed Ilornsby of Tallahassee. Hull program! ill ill'man, area was completely destroyed by mender of Theodore H, Hernandez Post 54 at annual In.

Congrats to the American Legion Dignitaries who spoke brltllv Davis gave his lI.telll'rsI rundown fire of unknown origin rarly last I Btiillallon, / certmonlex." Left to right, Tom Tilman. retiring/
efforts in promoting city
for their were J. Edwin Larson treasurer if on the tonnufje annually Saturday morning. Commander, franklin Chambers Fifth )DUtrlct Corn.mender .
re-registration voters the Stale of Florida who Is moves out of tlu purl of Fir AccoidniK to HID Chief Hill\ I
t off Juries Rule For Complainants In Three EX"l'uIie and inMtalliny officer, and Dougherty,
I had a pleasant off visit this week Ollieer. Western Florid Jurl. namllna Ueach, and tmphasl/ed I Diipson, lie( tstlmut. $!llKI( ( frumi-',: .. ik-

with Pop,my and favorite caught up Georgian on the, Lonnle I Circuit Court Civil Suits Last Week diction Loud of of Jacksonville Florida F&AM, Post: : ]toy Grand T the thin bUHlmss economic minus Importance ID our city which,. HumiH home was when' cumpleitly the Hie tiiKiilltd rin'inii't/, mind In American Legion Installs New Officers

He of the luluhls
a re-sumo answered the
Maiti of the Grand (11 di.e( i IIf rioI' gave altuni ul 4'4 anr
of many of the Georgia pOlilleal// of the vertical, and widths of the
figures who periodically ir Junes last reek awarded\ (dun Ida; Bill YYhitcomb of Jacksonville, hori/cntal ileariiiuis of HI'viral The house was unarcupiml| ut tin VVilli inipiiMiivi' Kiiminlm' ,, tin The lusl ill illtn ants |IKfoily.
with a visit Lonnie as. I Fullard SentencedBy aura: for tompl'nnants In three sip-( Grand Secretary of Grand [edgeof other In wlilill' lime !Dipson nald I InIhnft fain Iliimlnn II 11"1'111111110I'IIMI 34 ol filth in the hl tOl'y of the' Imiil !pout!
biidues nl'llI'by ports <
slstant to the Georgia Road Board [ Orate civil suits in Circuit Couit, r lorida: F. I). Johnson' of Tallaitonlinuid the movement of ilv bilnnon vaealiin at tin biuth Hit Ann'rlt'mi liHlon limlalltil new and SillY Melvin Dni lierty lake

and long the leading proponent of I Judge Scott winch, link six days to timplite on Pane Two) goes compete bv j'I'all fur KOIIK| ships tar. The lir.I as reputed( byI mlijli ollitiis 'lor the toniliiU >cur last' over' I aim (onimiiiuli point from

a bridge I prom Fernandtna::: Beach I Ito In the lust case. Jack D',\nialo I iContinuid Flvti bur week. The Insliill, /illun wan held In uultfi, Inn tommindir Tom Tilman

St Marys. Ga., Is spending a I'' Leroy ullard. who was funnel' wan awaidcil $4'JT138 fir ibinats McKendree I on page I "'II''muli( .linn diiin nitswiiiilthe tin halllilid) rui m al Siasldi 'Inn I lust"illi'd t tIv III hirve with Diimlur.Itylunt .
Is --- --
little relaxing time at his beaeh helknilmgiof Mdvn' Ciiint in to his truck and prrsinal InJniV ulnm will) Ihi :No 1 <'nunt' willi' u laiui" nnnibii of lixlin. "lie Jim first Vice
home here. During our visit. Lon I Jihnson has In a ease ago net William AI. Extra Ferry For und f wan "'Mlsted i by Di"pson and Mali'i'H, 1III'I1I11I'I'S i IIf f tin1 1.1'IIIIIn x.rndanrl Sriuud ;

ole showed me a number of u Inter I been, bciitenecd by Judge: Cliatlii ten Cluk Installed As Lions Trail Traffic On the volinilcir Hitnu. \ Viu inmamtir; Jack Slal-
tstlna comparisons between the lile i: icott to serve i 6 months to 5 years'' l'lul'k.lho was char l'd with --- I' poker. I l'III8I1"' Hlleir I I.awn'uceShank '

of Abraham Lincoln and John F, Ot, hard labllr."ullal'd's runnm-l Into the rear of DAmalos Club July 4 Weekend Water Patrol's Woodward Motor \,1)111.11, ) : tin Mw. (hup.
I'll this unusual Mellt'nl'e hid! been di. PresidentThe him Jilin T. l-iriiliu. Sirs Ice
and Of.
Kennedy pass truck, was tinned; tmlly of mtJii: : II. J. !Siuliild, monger of I InBueeuneir : ;
information along Both men were f,cried until\ a preliminary invciiti\ enee Trail, announced Unity Cartoon Carnival | Winner In Chevrolet Inter; Kii.sliy Thinnii-i Historian,

strong advocates of civil right., alton: was. tonducled. The '('111111 tnsc tried Involved Hi'us Club hi'Id thiir militia! that both" ferry, the Uutcanur J4. Slated July 17inlion Sales Fair urn! Toni Kaniy Sxlat,ArmiIiislallinu .
Lincoln was elected In 1860. Kennedy ------- Janice Elaine. Sheffield and Mmy Instillation of ofllecrs Tiusdivniulit I car capacity and the Blaikbiuid, I Campaign nllieer was Franklin

In 1160, Both were assassinated Free SPEBSQSA Beth Slot hcid l'l'I'8I1H the Cipilind(' at Seaside Inn with CursuiMcKtmliee 40.car cup n'lly, will be In R('" h eon "(' Carnival un In tir ami I Wniiilvurd Mulnr Co. was ail I KhamlHiH' Fifth DiMrlet Com.m .

on a Friday in the presence of Sansnkc: C'n. It vum ehurucd! tintCipilind : being! Imliiitul HI I punIdenl \IanlOrt.t"t.! titorgt run !Sal for' lY.live' minutes aiiiniulul muvli. vlsid that llu aiiiniy wan one' of nidi'r. A 'I.1i1l1l Clumbers were
Both hud vice presl. C Concert To Follow hh olllnrirtliur/ Craig.
their wives was militunl( when une tot the coming club year '. AdJuU
and l III
urday Sunday Monday aicommodcite will be hlmiui ul the Iteirciiliin'' the wiiiniis In I the April' inlay Sili ,
dents named Johnson Antliew( and I Fireworks of their trucks collided with a car :McKindrce and other, illlcirs the antleipated ruuith I' nut; Clvdt I\IdIlIYrl'I Chaplain,
DisplayA ran CunipilMn: In tin Hulda Div
Lyndon D.I) Both the Johnsons were lorrying the Slulficld sinters. were installed by Fred Morrow. Center; Oil July 17 under the ails Erwin: .nit: SU.lit.Anns, and M.
of July tralfic. | | Janibiiite.
1 H|>onsolid by the
Southerners and were Democrats.. free etnterl of thorus, quartet The jury found for the SheffieldsIn prominent Jacksonville Lion and anInlcrnational The rexuiai. schedule will be tm paces of the Nussun County !lher.Ill's Chevrulct Motor Co C. I'llem. rinaiue Officer
Andrew Johnson was born In 1808 the total amount of $10;3.uo. counsilnr. Water Also l'I'I..nl' al the Installation
a ind audience fciiiKinn! will be Mated\ | ployed Tram 7 p.m, until 10 /111I., PutrulPiueeeJt Tine W'Mldwanl'
and Lyndon B. Johnson in 1908 Separate suits were filed for the'' Installed with 1cKendrpe'rl'e eo-o" III'rN. Jack w'us Joe I.Ipp ild"' Commander of
SLlncoln'a uikht by the local
alurday : thupter when the 2nd ferry will go into I from tin film' will lie 11111Irs.! .
Wilkes NdlleMeMiniy/ werewinners
assassin John Tim AilltiRlon Trial 2ILt.Alrsr / .
Tilman first 1 vice
two girls president
of the Society for the Picker : service The boats will leave Hit used bur 'llul"ml'lIt und iiilivllies> ,
born in 1839 and Lee ueciinmidalioiiit' lor two' Inslallid< nt I I line dinmr
Booth was George Lovexee second vice wire
v attain and Encuuragement of Uar. In a ruse that consumed most of prt'e berths as soon OH they arc louled?, our the! ,iiewly lit |,wlil.l'd tiny !Seeds at 'Ihe Diplomat Until ut II
Continued on two) Ident :Mike Fiala, third vice 'I lly. officers of the Iitlm Auxiliary,
( page ;
b er Shop Quarlet Singing In Am. the week of court Donald Thomas regardless of schedule, hunt 10' which aie' : sMjiisored| by the Water wind. Mu. bur elm weekend of July (Sie of
Dick picture Auxiliary offlccrion
Ident ,
Decretal .
e rica \\ 1180n was awarded $18000 In his ; y a.m. until 7 p.m Patrol 10.11.12.
WeatherfordWill suit owiiist the estate of William Bobby Adams, treasurer, Page 3.t'I'
Judge The concert will follow the fire. Stofield added that uniformrdemplnycs : --- I
Earl PJIIII. PI'ron'a.\ the driver Named as two year dlrplor'll will be on duly to h,iinlli' '
Speak To Youth works display al lily Dull Park bvhe Kasley Thomas and I>
of a car that c"lIll"'dlitl! (me ucie Drug the Irallle for lauding; In the critic
At First Baptist KIWUIIIS Club; and will be held driven bv Wilson In Siptenibir' olIM Dicker. One year dirul >rs me :Max of arrival. Two Local, Youths] Named To Boys State :,,1

11 the auditorium lit the recreation Pyron dud In the accident Uesky and Andy Andcrxin ,

At the First Baptist Church, onof c,enter, Cnntinni nn Page Throe i (Continued, on PaK ,hive) ,
Today Is DeadlineTo Iwii lusih Ktliniil l hOYK him' l'ir /II /Iliriiinili
the many activities of the 5') ol llm. oily. Shut,. wins/ viu/ iHisldiiit of the
youth program, SUMMER sUI\I'1 nindina' Iliath have' bun' thosinaiiiul. lo paitiiipalc! in tills uil tI oilor! ran'v at "l'nlllllIna, IliaihIliuh '
FOR mer THL! SAVIOR In a lecture I Register, QualifyFor l'n ulli" ml (the I'M' I hI' .I,," ul' l'l"rIIlIul I wiikslup In tin III1JlUtlllll silinl' aunt") our Hcinllyninn

entitled Mims and Pops Mumbles tae General ElectionThe Idi My*' Stall. sptnviiid by llu mill (operation of Mule Occur 1'11/11"111, ,il ,irihidiut of the bl.iia l : .eji.;
b Hindi American 111,1011 11I'1.lIke! Hylanl unit 1111.1111' How. lor diiMiHi
and Grumbles" brought >
diadliiie fur reulstmiu! to
'I'hllIIWUII"'IIII'nt wasby muie lalili. Is a mi'inlii'r of tin III hating
J. F. Weatherford In this
vote m tim! Lily mural; Hull:! ( "non Albert Illrth, ilinrnian,, lit Ihr :yhkr. Ihl'
WtatliiTford will attempt mn if \lr11111/ :Misnil Society. and I is serrriaryIrrasurcr
lu help the youth with many s se OJ July 21 Is today at 3 p m liny !Stale ,tuimnill IIf 'I'hruduvt', JIIIII'S F 1I'lalil IIC lilt;: lilh: of tin :\11111 (lib Id-i'inlly nuviil
Thin !IK uisn the deidline l< rtandiildics
barn tin liuiiur 11 Si
problems they might( have at home ; to itualily, (fur the others up nun tllly
t III the S'nllll', I I IIl1ll1Jr Soelity. :Miko
and II IlilIother: and Dad. The pro. # y f'r of City Commissioner In Groups 4 i
has alsn, 'been a iiiiinaiir: In font
gram will be divided Into two pa its; and 3
bull, biihkitball and biuball.
lecture and a discussion period.
a Candates,: III< dale are Jilin Til
A member!> if the First I BiplMIn ,
will be refreshments servedbetween
There hubris, liicuinbent, and Jell JlII mini
1 Is vice piiHidint< of his unlay
the two I .
in Group 4 und Bin SOICIIHCII. in
The lecture beglni at 7 00 p m i I eumlHnt In Group 3Fernondino. School lass. and Is a group euptuin
In the enurch sanctuary, All Intel In his liulimm I nlnn.
mtdiatit and young people of the s s :MikeIn very anise In llu loin!

First Baptist Church plus any In. I Beach % e, Si u f:xplnri Si'nut Ship| :No. I 190!

\tt-re'slul youth of the city Is invited : Weather y und 1 In prisi'nlli, sirvlni us Hoats.
la attend war :Mile He! also served Boy
U S Apirovrrt Weuthrr Stall n Seoul 'I'imp XI ui a jnnli leader
South 7th At 1.>if Siwi! 1
t Duane I Is tin1. sun of :Mrs, 1 DiiPuntI
Sets Annual Mix. !Mm Ham 4 4MIKE
Kiwanis s I It m land ol (the, Floe Pointstimnuinitv
Fireworks DisplayFor I rhiirs IIIIH 2'i III 1 71 0rrl He IN an active\ mem.
1 ., June 21i f !W) 72 M her of st MU-hails CithullcChurih ,
City Ball Park I x Sal. June 27 8'l!) 71 I Ml / and ls a number of CYU

The Kiwanis Club of Fernandina MI: IJON I ( I'JmIUf\T) :: O N :McKhNDRLK; ) : accepts gavel from outgoing: Sun Mon, June June 2H 21 8 83; 73 71 24 mHies Y and Insliuiliim classes, ""
mtnibi ot the Vnior
? He is
Beach will have its annual fire. president lien! Itrke. at instdllition .t'rt'mlmit'v( Tuesday night. left to right, front .. June :K) 8173\ 7);) Honor Sillily a al rrrnimlna Death

works display on July 4 at eight' ,row lorn Tilman. rrt'd1111'1'0": (larke. IrI% ndrt'". Morris,. Skipper Mike Hala Wed July 1 86 74 0 UlKh School and is Pailiamcntarlan a,

o'clock: In the city Ball Park The I and (;eor/Ce/ Lovesee ll.itk row I to r. hick) Bennett, Hobbvdams. Doug Decker! Max The weather I.l furnmhd courtesy (for that group.ICoatmued,

public u eorrlliillj' invited j We'llenely Anderson!! and Kasley Thomas, (!See accompanying; story for detail, ), Lewis"''n.Nolan'''> Pihii CoopiraUv Hum Observer. in I KUVNT DIANE ROWLAND ( oa Page Threeteee. ,I II Ir

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robn and (IS tM ,best< !t iag6' Two :Nev>-Ltader: FeiiiHiidinu Beach Florida TIUIMI) *> July: 2, iy U4 TOO UlTti ptlrela'p. and repair of 141) enrlhterestlng\ and .t
.... .
-- '- rcguha.Dayotay!
an Inlcrna- program .rf all-around youth \topmenl.
'The Order of publishes
DeMolayI Cm don. .
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER To Classify "tonal l roanazinf called The
I for ontrlbWlng ,, By meeting then goals
.11 ASB STREET: PHONES KM 3SH wliHh nerves at a Delta I
l Informatldi from the central lay leaden believe that the \outfl!
....,, A John K. Perry Newspaper PIIIMETr Horticulturists particularly those I Mo1ay has a three-way pro. office and furnishing Informa. lean to be blotter citizens and 1MJ

Ra. OliWII. Editor ....1 "*.".- I I 1 r wo have srrunfod! to develop] an i I Nile: With the HHKTI- gram designed to benefit UM individual tine on chapter acthltlci. ors, thereby providing a silk(.

ARC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION: attractive garden near the sea In lion of i I DeMoliy chapter here and DeMolay, the chapter! and does nol attempt to .take world lomtrrow.

Fublbhed" every Thursday lad catered at the Pout Offic competition with salt sand and the Installation of ofllceri Sunclu the community. DeMolay church, The success and prominent pJ,
By IIU PaINIYThe wind will be forever grateful to It li fell that the following articlein Various awards are given to Individual the place of the home or
w Fcrnnndma Beach, Florida second claw mall malUr.Sntatrtytlait .
ai DrMuln
for achievement Merit Theorganization's tires 01 lormer round ,
- R te.: Edwin A. Mrnnlngor fir his new DeMolay: Is timely and should but rather supplement :
> trouble IIh that drama of ..St> hll' unfamiliar bars are awarded for distinction In l la tn offer all walks of life today IcrII i I
M a rear 12.25 6 months $125 3 Month hick' a Plant of the Rive those with this or. purprso
civic service, athletics, music, dramatics tt U.dJV 'III' a living tribute to the athieu'irn'M ,,4
Mi I S4bu a year out of cuunijr. the destitute North Carolina family World". available from Hearthsld Damnation an Insight Into their ac the teenage buy '
starring Lady Bird Johnson as Press 118 E. 28 St. New York 16. tivity. ,, religion, and ether fields wiioli-iiome orcupnilnn bur h1'! spare> the organisation') goals and purl

e AN ENDURING ASSET: heroine of pre!-wor on poverty pic. N Y Special keys are given for obtaining lime; <.21> worthwhile isfliulalrs; POISeS. ...
Is the truth sometime come It is 10 many new members. TheDl'1II'l'I ._- -
lures encyclopedic !guide to The Order of DcMoliy Is Intrrrnllcnal
I : :: an -
. of Chevalier Is the highesthone
MID / from underpaid bit players and planning planting! and maintaining youth ornsnliatlon de. .
rel mmle soil resistant .. an active DeMolay can re
ruin garden
dusted In I till! principles if building
From what the housewife of the You will probably be surprised cltlxens ceive. It It earned by ouHandirg .
better of
N. C. home had to say about the to learn that there are over l.1mi( 1 IXIVK teenage service to a chapter and to fellow Happy Birthday
of Lady Bird's war worries of '
production pro- plants, trees nnd shrubs The youth movement van founded
.. film lor tv she suspected they were that eon be successfully grown In on March 18 1919 In Kansas The top honor In DeMolay: Is t fie Prom

icing to tiM her home, yard and seaside nreis of the world. City, Mlis-url. by Frank S. Land Looks Senior of Honor This I li conferredon for
DoMolavs. 2V
vouns'ns: rn Candid Camera or They include a wide variety of and she'! teenage Frank over
Truth of Conicqiirnecs. Illy-like youth outstanding' service to their community Judge J. E. ( Gene ) WeatherfordDon't
gvnssrs plants, herbs, Land wan the Secretary General for
h. I A poliliral big shot told her \hin., prims, shrubs and Irt hi Ia.?The DrMoUy until Mi death on Nov and their fellow men
her would International and Jurisdiction Your Birth Month (Is
11 hat time Lady Blrdshlp butt also deals with the problems ember 8. 1959. Forget,
arrive and what props to have up of gardeners faced with thd "prob- membership, ritual efficiency and
. By 19:0 the Kansai City Chapter '
. I and to wear the t tittered flour and Item I of developing a garden In hAd grown to 1000 member, and athletic diaTtcrs, ompetltlon.. Each are he'd Is forthe Time To Renew Your Driver's License
chapter encouraged
feed sackcloth drc 8. And have mountain or desert areas where ,
chaptrJ'1WI'I'!! soon round from .
washed old garments hanging on wind nod soil erosion to have I balanced program
mo( a ftinst-
' era t to cait and In several for. of Coral activities. Each social .
GONs clothes line.
the threat.
; ant .Ill| alga! countries. Trdav there are 'I event, like all other DeMolay
since their role most
And were
Since the subject Is an Interna. ,
over 2.400 active DeMolay chapter I
activities I I. adult
because the star would supervised by an
Important tlonal one, the author discusses
and nearly three million boy have
pat heads and chat with 'em be hontrullurnl and con (!J'\In dl1al advisor of the chapter !
taken their obligations at the DeMnlav Chapters and Individual DeMolay Sand Boards 3.98"ARMSTRONG :II T
sure the kids took off their shoes pr,.blcmn In seaside dO'll'rL cml alter.DeMolay ,
. JM and not to forget their line: "Ma, mountain! areas: aro:md tlet: *rJd I it Ire also required to observe eer. -- -
aln't we'un' ever gonna eat vlttlcs with special reference to Nrr/'Zca- membership I open to tain obligatory days annually
ag'ln 7"Everything" land and Australia! any boy of good character who I.I Is I These Include Devotional Day, Pa
moved smoothly after i I between the ages of 14 and 21. Although I trlots DayDeMolay Day of Comfort
I have enjoyed the prlvllego of
and sot ( DeMolay chapter are pon.sOl'C'd Educational Day: and Parents Tile
light cameras were Asbestos
. numbering Edwin A. Mcnnlnger!! asa only by Muonic bodies or I''Day. Parquet Style Vinyl
up for another production of Film warm porntn.il friend for __ _
many Individual Masons' \It Is not .
necessary Another program recently begun
Political Films. Bird'sperformance
Foam Lady .
years A longtime! resident of Flnr.
that a boy be i son or a re. for DeMnlay Is of guidance. .
one career
may win her an Oscar Ida Meinlnger edited and published Yard Goods In Stock
oe ff But it also may help make the Stuart News at the same Dative of a Mason to belong to De This prcject utilizes successful Armstrong
I Molay. In different vocations to
matinee Idler. men
Lyndon a time operating a flourishing nursery
Republicans who reviewer the business In the same location- I The organization wa* named for tell DeMolays what training Is required 6 9 12 Foot Widths

film were critical. They of course Jacques PcVMav, the last GrandMaster I and the rewards received
Lr7s expected Barry Scroogcwater to I Flrwcrlng Trees became a hob. of the Knights Templars, from a particular type of work. In
I by with him and his
get mentioned as mortgage fore- painstaking who was burned at the alike by addition Information on the cost FROM n.65 YARD
research on I the subject I
coupled .
closer. As for the star they said I King Phillip of France on March and prerequisites for various universities

It was per usual, Lady Bird plays with personal experience caused 18. 1314, at a martyr to loyalty and and colleges Is available
: I ; him to write his first book "Flow
I dual roles of a Florence Nightingale toleration from the Kansas City office
lasso |
crlng Trees of the World' published
i and a Mall Hirl In all her In 1161.i The Order of DeMolay Is a non. The participation of DeMolay Porter & LovequistCOLOR

. films. profit eripnrnllon with the international chapters in community projects has
Ode 4th After the housewife In High I i II soon attained textbook status office, located In Its own four been extensive and Is sometimes
to July I and horticultural CENTER
Point saw the pictures Lady Bird' no library Is complete story building In Kansas City, MIs- 'carried out on an international

. latest Film Flam Film hit I new without It. For his work with I sourl Under the guidance of the I basis "Operation: Traffic Temper. South 8th Street Phone 261-3068

: Today her thanks shall fly on every wind low. The Carolina mother told k I 1 trees Mr Mennlnger has received Grand Secretary a small office ance" ra an example o fine latter.

: Unstinted, unrebuked, from shore to shore, about the whole setup. Then said awards from the American Horticultural I' staff sets ai the clerical and adminlstratlve I I| It Is I campaign aimed at making | '
her family is better off then It's I Council, Falrrhlld's Tropical group to maintain a safe r drivers of all teenage youths. ,
t One love, ont hope and not a doubt behind! been for year Gardens the Botanical Gtrden I i central office of record and pro. It has received high praise from !

: Cannon to cannon shall repeat her praise, Now she said everyone In the of Rio de Janeiro. The honorary j mote the growth and development i iI the National Safety Council and I
degree rf Doctor of Science has
county thinks they're poverty | of the organization. I local law enforcement agencies.
: to banner it forth in flame
flap ; been conferred on him by the Flor. I j
stricken and they're better off 1 The, youth, movement Is governed Other project that have been
: Her children shall rise up to bless her name, than most others. Ida State University by an International Supreme Coun. carried on Include charitable fund

I And wish her harmless length of days, A team of Impartial reporters I Following publication of "Flow. ell crmprsnl of over 200 outstanding I I drives, blood donations civil defense .

The from our national misleading pub. erlng Trees of the World" requests MIIORS located around the anti-narcotics and anti-corn-
mighty mother of I
: a mighty brood I
llcstlons. Lift. Noosewlk, Overtime began to pour In from all over the world They meet In annual session: munlst l campaigns and distribution

Blessed in all tongues and dear to every blood and See Yonder confirmed, how. globe for aid and suggestion In to review and approve the actions I II of safa-drlving pledges. '

: The beautiful, the strong and best of all, the !good ever by today' standard the HighPoint growing and maintaining I garden I of the staffDcMolay'i. Each chapter I I. supervised In all
: family Is In poverty. The In seaside areas where sand and I tlcgan Is "Building of its functions by an adult Idvll.I .
-James Russell Lowell
((1819-91)) lady and her husband have asset I salt and wind are t problem Better Citizens. Its ritual 1s what I ory council. One man I II designatedas

i somewhat below $9000,000, I This led to the publication of his I sets the organization apart from I' the official "Chapter Did" to

0 second bank "Seaside Plants of the other youth !groups handle the supervision of chapter I

I World', which la probably the most I i The ritual was written In 1919 by meetings and to counsel the mem
DeMolay .ChapterCcntlnued complete' and comprehensive workI Frank Marshall II prominent Ma. I hen
. I the Another helping hand for most _
on subject ever produced It ton and nrwuitapcrman In Kansas

For Property Outside Limits I from Paste One) 'represents many months of research City 11 has been termed ageless chapter Is the Molhers' Club TRAVEL I EN COOL COMFORTGET

i City hnsirc, member of die International supplemented with travel I and Is divided Into the Initiatoryand Tlwue now number over 1.BOO\ The

a ,We'Ho.ve Acquired Lots on FriendI I I lRoad'and Supreme Council' Older of and worldwide coircspondenee. UtMrlav, Decrees. Mothers' Club primarily help the
IcMolny: Clyde Glens"n of Winter The book 4s Illustrated iv11M"400: The Inlllfltnry Degree Is me of boys to raise money for their activities

: Bridal Road :BdckTo'. 'I Haven, Deputy Grand Master of photographs rl plants whlrh defy solemnity and consecration, during i iE and they usually handle the CLARDY COOL CAR

: Grand Lodge of Fli, rlda. I salt, land, cold I and wind, a highlyImportant I i which the Inltiire dedlcntn himself --
Back. I A dinner prepared by Amelia wick since It deals I with to uphold the virtues of filial love, ,

Lode! 47 was served at 6 pin land conversation. It describes I' reverence! courtesy comradeship INSTALLED
4 LARGE LOTSFor 'Chairman of the dinner committee more than 1,500 species and 873Sonera. fidelity cleanness and patriotism 4th OF JULYSPECIALS $29000
'I was Krn Ward assisted by Rudy : i The DeMolay Degree Is a dramatic Plus Sales Tax

I'| York Wlmlle Portier,, Johnny VYII.< "Seaside Plants of the World" Is and historical portrayal of
SokSinglyor, Entire Parcel Hams Joe Lceper Dave Ccok Hilton an Indispensable reference for the I the trials tortures and martyrdom i UNITS) FOR MOST MAKES OF CARS

I Coi'k. horticulturist librarian and conservationist of Jacques DeMolay and teaches i
SEE PETE INGRAM SalesmanOR I Inshlhlkn of officers began at I anywhere In the world lesson In fidelity and comradeship I SERVICE FOR ALL AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS

711: In the recreation center auditorium i practical and authentic guide for II
with Jacksonville! DcMnlaVi! gardeners living In seaside l ,:*deogrt As the officers of a chapter, I 1962 Ford AT

L. L. BOHANNON.; BROKER I chapters\ handling the culoifull I or mountain areas all pvtt theglobe. boys are taught responsibility and 6 PassengerStation

Phone 261-5269) ceremony which WAS attended by I i}
. parents of the members of the new' themselves before a group ef fellow i
I I chapter., I Each summer more than !1300! youths Although DeMoliv ritual Vft Std. Trans. /95 2'2:! S. 8th' Street t Phone 2rl-S77 5

\ David Rowers was Installed as youths get Instruction In good forestry and meetings are
Master Councilor of the Amelia practices and enjoy outdi.|"r crent. the rrianiwition does not'' Air Conditioned _- -- -. -. --

Chapter and serving wiih him will recreation at forest camps 8p'In.' advocate ant.. particular creed, bat''' ItI

Eileen MarellOf I be: ,' cored by the S.iulh's, pulp and pa. teaches only a profound faith In 1960 Mercury
Chip Brew ton, Senior Councilor: per mills the cne living and true Gad I I
Charles' Burns, Jnnli) r Councilor' ;: I -I 1 Hardtop
Perk:: Johnson, S-n'or' Deacon, ;; R&H Auto Now.

Nice House Of Music Tony Howard' Junlir Deseon.: !Nor. As Easy As Cheese Pie Trans! AirConditioned $1295 .
ris lluwnrd. Senior Shooed; Ciarli'i ,

Cordially Invites You. To Attend A c I Ihiuhlns, Junior Steward: Jer.

rv 11-nnl, Srilbci Carl Anderson! I 1962
f Demonstration! "ue" The i Ford SERVICE AND
w \'f Of( IncoMpnrnbtc Trensuicri' !" Robert SheenChap-
; ; ; :
. ,, lain, Mark, Jenkins Standard I 9 Passenger

CONN ORGAN Henri, ; Hunk Bnili-v, Mirslul.: Country Sedan

. Honnie Srliuctt First 1 Preceptor: I Wagon R&H, REASONABLE PRICES

Tom Jamcjon, Second Preceptor: Auto t Trans $1995|
Tom Til man, Third Preceptor: Jim
Tuesday, July 7th At 8 PM. I Perfect Condo
Bird, Fourth Preceptor and Char. II
Charles Little Fifth Preceptor forffimttfffnfy

Please Contact Mrs Ruth Conner 2(51-3818( For Further I A \\'elcomeIn Issued to those I 1959 Chevy V8

. Information In attendance by Major E. J. John 4-Door, R&H
son. Jr., who also expressed best $895 digtnvcrfffnvilationi
. wishes to the chapter and congiat.iilntion Ant>> Trans!
I ;: ; to :the sponsoring. :: Lodge::

I Dineilictlin by I curie Cison 1960 Stud. Lark

i leo Little Fifth Preceptor Rood EconomicSQS 7hlrliJ7

al ,.
i lust Ramblin' I nlllvlUIUfI

Many Other Good
,Continued teem Pace One

Oswald, Koitnulv'i Used
11..1'\() assass.In Cars To JU'CJJU'1l1J
I wax burn In Iq.lIoth:! were
Southerners and both were slain Choose From

bcfi-e, tney could RD to trial. Both All Styles And Types Of Engraving
'pioplilenls had children"' to die

I while occupying tho \\htte House, If'
You Would Like I "
Lincoln's seereliry named "rnI -

W ncdv. advised! him in" t to go to I IFord'i To Air n
Sare Cond. Your
' Cmeps I Kennedy's Everyone loves rhl'f'tOf''ak&-hut not all conks have the time to WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE: OF
Theatre IrM't'otary. make it. For the hu.v -omrmnker. No.Bake Clime Pie i is a bran I Late I
Model Ford
named Ilncoln. advised hIm Its blnming U twofold: ai the, name implies, tllP", '. no "baking I ENGRAVEDLEfTERIIEAns
nrt to go to Dallas S"me parallels, 1 invelved. And to further sold: to iu charm" the chracrako-like All- : We Have A 'Spedal' !
. I tog rvpow in a mellow crumb shell.I I : BUSINESS CARPS

huh'i Thanks to unfavored gelatine<< Shores no rink involved BmniM. For Only $276I
than over btf, r* now nit .ur 10.... Thy ago ENVELOPES
.u fd.ndfy of the of thn SOCIAL
prom-nee relmhlc product, each time make the STATIONERY
,,. Marie I IMrs. Barney) Hall of you
otmoipk. the pinion end h.lpful wrvic* .".'1 nrmbr ofsn I pie It iiant to the sable equally! fluffy. The dinnlvrd unflavnnviM 00' Installed and ,
. stun li ready la pttfo.m. Circuit Court Clerk Dean Oxley'o'office la4 M>tiimbiiMxi with bwil n ream rlwnw amt I whipped) CTVWH I 1
In the courthouse naps she to mime lie hu ie ingrmlu-nt Including Sales
' If *-(cm into a crumb shell, and
you or* w.man hondl. th family ftfwnm. fan
' we nod others' \ from here who were imply chills until firm It's at a* piel
would U. la ........ iptclgl invitation I. Hop In and .btcamaMtuolnfca. easy Tax. See Samples At
M I picnicking at Klngsley Lake had a'
: Da It '0'". No-B1k. Mima:; Pie
I _- chose call shoe the tornado struck
Ii 1 envelope unfavored 2 package ((8 each I
I ounce )
there recently. Marie said tint t they II i gelatine rheraeV4 I
. lout all their p'cnlc'! supplies to the i
1 lemon
cup augur teaspoon rind
r I big wind and were very near she), (,i' hatiMMin ult 1 tabliMMion; lemon join LASSERREMOTOR I 3FcrnanMnal8cach NcuteIeaihrPHONES

rFLORIDA ter that blew dnwn on an -temo- 1 cup milk 1 cup heavy cream whipped.

: National Bank bile Just further proof, Marie, 'i Mix totit-ther gelatine, sugar and. salt in saucepan Stir in milk. CO. 2G1-3686 261-3C87(;

there's no place like home especially Plus over low brat. IlIrrlllxl"n.tuntiv. until crlutine it dimwlvwl l.
-r.Mr .,*.........._.._.__ If It'. Frrnamlma Beach about 3 minuten. Romove: (from Koat Coolhile' I. cool FORD MERCURY; I
0. .. ..........1... . I ex-1 I drrntwns.'rhen best rn-um choose'., lemon nod! and lemon juice SINCE 1910 Represent Largest and Best
t It must be pretty difficult to leetlweronhigh) opeeddekxtro'mixer.J I UraJunHy Ivat in la in. 629 S.
. - plain to kids why fireworks are mixture. Chill.: until mixture I mound; about 15 ramutr\ Fold inwhipM Engraving Firms In The United Statesson
ft banned on the Fourth of July In a en-am Turn into crumb .....n. Chill .ntillllTft. If desired I" Phone 261-3819
I I nation which Vvi>.loa.4 and has \ garnish with graham cracker iramba. Yield: On* t-inoh PM.. '; ,

used the nuclear bomb. i, -

c '

. j 171,682 Visitors I Jchovahs' Witnesses I Nt'wII.l.rnller.-Fernnmlinft Ranch. Florida Thursday, July 2, 19(51( Page- -Three

e U Ft. Clinch Parkor Slate Convention
t Pvt. Jackie Walker Beach
: Fiscal Year P. 0. DepartmentWill
4v, For July 9.12 With 71st Ordnance Weather Report

Aeeerding to a report from Gil Our convention (hit summer k Seek Bids On Battalion In Germany
IhI Ilin I kekor, superintendent at n will be right lure In the slate," Steve Rich. Observer
n latch Male Park, fir Hit (beat: Frank A. Lokcy, presiding ministcr l'' S lOltCrS. tUIIOPF.11' Weather Station Ht ZdfiS MacCrcgorIllvd
'(our ended Juno 30, a total ol of the Fernnndlni Beach con. Hilliard BuildingA T\( Armv Pv Jackie W .
71682 visitors were reenrdid an KrcRtitlon of Jehovah W'itneesee' Walker snit or'Mm letha K: rm: Mix. Mm, Rain
I oereasc of 7311 over lie year announced last night "The trip + s release from Congressman D, umicl Route 1 I'uh'e, fin? IIjJO Thursday. June 23 !'M 72 .02
siding., June 30, 11l3! ( this year will be to Jacksonville for R i Hill v Millhews this wink annoumcs asniuieil( lo the 7UI Ordnance Hit Friday', June 26 8J! 72 .61
Of this figure, 11,8JS were camp the district conveiillin scheduled Hint the Post Ollll'C 1 Piparlnicnl tnhllll In Ciirmmw June II. Silurcliiv: June 27 8.1 7Z 33
rs from Florida, with 35722 camp. for July 9.12." said Likey has advised him they Walker Is a recovery spieiliNl) : SUllday i June 2H 87 72 ,II
II s li registered from out of si ale. In making the announcement will advertise for bids on a new In he "1st orihimtee. H,illali n's Hill Monday. June :29!!) 87 75 ,:1a

The hlijhlv favorable report item) Lokey said that this Is one of 37 ", sr r, post of I ice building at Ihlliard on Ordnance Ciinpnnv' slaiuneel miir Tuesday, June 30 117 75 .U8
will be held this I I Weclnesiliv. July I 81!) 75 0
i(><'ker came with his ammunie conventions that s July 6. Stuttgart. Germany; ,

'rent that the 14lh Street entrant year, sponsored bv the Watchtower SwellicilInns for the building Hi entered the Army In Diiimher Uriith Summary For June, \\M!
0 H. Clinch Park has been re Bible and Tract Society, are as follow: Interior 1IMH<< square IsI.I I. iiiiiMleil| basic l Inilnliuul
;aired and Is In operation, and Twentyeighl' numbers of the tL fnl: I'lilfum, TO 8timrc| feet: Fort .1.1I'I.'un.I s Coo and II i ist I" Ttntper'ilurrAxrrnM' :
hat annual passes to the pink Fcrninelma Beach congregation are Pairing urea, 4IMTO square feel t ilii mil nt Aberdeen, I'roHiit. Maximum !104Aora
itleetivo July 1 through June ',11. beginning to make plan for the il)1, Iho 1)rpautmenl( says Hut they dniinl; Ml, iMlore aiilvini, oxiiMl '. ;.:e Minliniim 73.2
IHI5, are now on siilo lour.day meeting that will take 81.BIlljusl
will mrtpt\ a five year h'asl'llIh Mi< Temperature
In the Jacksonville Coliseum
The nominal charge for the place three renewal npllnni, KK)
1 per The ('onvenllon111 be attendedby The 1 Ii-M' ir old soldier( sun ul ,
nit provides a substantial Matthews said that closing dates
saving 13000( of Jehovah Witnesses Archie' Walker: H,uitr I I. Niiliuitidi Lowest 68
o those who make frequent visit for bids will be August 7 and Intcrctilrd -
0 the slate faiililv, and run to from all of the slate ol Florida as I OFFICERS: :\ 1HK LEGION Al'MI' IAK\' to Theodore llerninde post 51. are pic- bidders should contact iilliiuliililiuiili IIll1h( Sclioil\ Tolnl Rainfall 2,99LowHpRICES )

hu elho only visit peiioeheall well as many visiting Witnesses lured following installation on June :2); at n joint cere mom with I rgion officers! Seated Lloyd C "Loom, real estate offl.(

i locker said coming from some' 18 other stales from len, Mrs Edith Chambers! of Neptune (Beach, Depirlment (htplnn! ; Mrs Jane err, P, 0, Box 4786, Federal Anncx .

He also reported that mire than and The Puerto convention Rico; said Lokcy will fea i Ueer of Orntopd lieach. 5th District (President : :Miss" Katherine Hirlh, I nit President; Buil ling, Atlanta, Ga.

i lallsfactory progress In being lure Bible discourses program, demonstrations and :Mrs. Kulh Lippold District Sarijeinl-At-Vrms. Standing are, :Mrs I Faith Pearson, -

wade on the restoration now' under and I Illustrate WHthit the Chapltin; Mrs!! )Dully hanev, Secretary; : :'IlrlC. Etta :Mae! I nnihright.. Treasurer; Mrs. Scout Troop 213
viiv at the .111'1. Roofs hose been :ministerial:;: 1 work :of Jthuvahs:; : VMt: I real Jones''', 2nd Vice-I'ressidenl ; and :Mrs.\ Mignon 1 Fink immediate past" President.._. i
Has Family '
impltled on the kitchen, bluk nesses tan be carried out with -- --
with shop and bakery and \101 k. I
greater effectiveness, At Crooked River
< mil are now replacing the buioiks '. 'Its our desire to Improve our KAC Wins Twin Halls CompeteIn 1
roof."Shuulden, Boy Seoul Troop 213 held a fun
ministry and In this way be of better Regatta At M INI
I II v (1U1I1111 al Crooked River Stale
service to the comminliy," said GOOD ONLY
that carry rl'spIIII.I.! Lokey I Bill Against Porters Daytona Beach Park on Saturday, ,
The group le ft at 8,30, a,m,. sills
llluy don't have room for chips. All members of the Hrnandlna
!Mr and :Mrs. Thomm G hall the following families alUmlinu
John L, TecU, Rhhwoocl I iWesta
i Beach inegation arc urged to FRIDAYJuly
/ I Nicholas Republican. attend the convention And IslandersThe tern in lliUonii Brush lust week' Mi, mid Mis, C II 1,11>lnskl, Mr -
(ml wiieie they entered their Sloop and I\II'a, M.ilhlas Mala, Mis Her L.EN-G

i KAC m'fib ill team Ink built I I1I10M!, Jit, In the Halifax River I her! llvals and family Mr, and ti I I
d games In a twin, bill list I Thursday, Id lItI/I./i 1I'11Il'hI a In'Id off Wild. I Mrs Civile( Ryals Mr and Mrs. C ,. 3AND
night/ bv douninv the first.pi in' in Cut in the Pivtnna Beach Clunriin, Kenneth and Haiti SI in'.
; Irene's Beauty Salon Islanders, 53 and edging Porter' Iliirbur on Sunday June 211th gees. Poll I, Robert Ilnviv mid AT OUR
Fish Camp, 13.12, !Billing/ with them were' John and :i family, Shi'lie Stratum, Jo Ivsnn,
In the opening game KAC srmsh. Un'hard Hall also of this lily and Mr and Mrs, Ernest! Vnliro ulLYORTI I
I 128: North Ilth Street Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Sloulfer taunt
rd out 14 hits In se''>rc their 13 12 lln roars were under the upon ,
win over l'ul'll'r'B11111 Maikluim KOI"ship til the Florida I Sailing ANSO. family J'lined\ the group later In III.

i Permanents and Sets ,t billing a triple and due I Thrill and elation and fculuiccl tlic Penguin '''duy. Slouffir Is Nassau District MONDAYJuly
Clialrmnn fur the
J cltuhlcH, Advancement
Carey Biuillek( liHtlnit State tliamplonship
I Manicures, Tinting & All Beauty "' ., ,. : Thrill mill :Vuikham had three hits Also fioni Fernindina and part I- any Stunts In this area. In Sll
( / apiece, I tar tin nlUn with 1\11'1 Don,- eipnlnu; In the nailing Vl'l:1laa: Tln Scouts participate 6
Needs \v. aid, BnuldHk/ and Slupiid cellingtwo Jimmy Cone, sailing liia Windmill lUllsllIIll'l/ and aquatic actbvllivsheld
hits each Allen and Pairlsh Class boal.Jimmy I during the dol'lIh picnic I
I Plus lunches spread family stylo
) shared In the hilling/
1 Is now residing at Ocala Due to rain, the !group returned
j j tLt. ... Tuner led Pirtcri with 3 hits trailed boat from that
Silhouette SlenderizingI and his city home early, but all reported hiv
LLTTIE KNIGHT daughter of with John Beckett (.citing a double fir tho racesServices. I In8 had o wonderful trip, :....
_I : The Work Out of Exercise: Mr and Mrs. James J. Knight ble and, iln lle. Rowland had one dllu. .. .

I toil A1T01N1MCNT CALL 261-4392: of Hilliard, graduated from Illl.( In the nightcap the KAC up'et SundayAt I
(Hard High School ranking tec I Islander, 5.3 In a Rood ball game. First BaptistTo II :
IRENE RODGERS, :Manager\ ond In a class of Uenlv utile Shepard led the nllack with 2 hits
I awarded scholarships for Honor Deacons Patch it with rl 00S
r was. __ with Thrift, :MeD maid. Lyons and I .
i sway in a tour year college 01 : Rowland getting; hits
I | her choice by the A A Chapterof PccWce Nobles smashed out 2 Rev. James T Dunnam will re. SAKBETESand .
A D K and by the Palmetto engnl/c the ordained deacons of the
I flub of Milliard These scholar- hits to lead the I ImiliM+ with Nat church al the 8-'30 and II i.m. Il'r. Mix
Paul Smith, Dill :Miller and Junes '
C. Burns !tit:
Agency ships| were fur fifty dollars each, vices Sunday at the first Baptist ladies' & Children's
I Miss Knight expects to attend ting!! the hits for the list'rsI Church, The subject of his sermon Ouility Controlled, for sitting I fold
I USE SCORE: (First game) ,
grouting' '
will be Office Of A Deacon'At
Cporula Southern College In the :
Porters 242 101: 0 -- 12 6 pug, itcNassau, DRESSESMen's
I Registered Real Estate Brokers tall and to prepare fur the the evening service at 8 p m ,
KAC 140 501 X 11: 14 T
I :JII!) South Mh Street I teaching profession UI'kl'lI und Cover; Biaddick and his message will be taken from .
Beatitudes, entitled "The Peace.
i Phone IbMbOb: i Two Local Youths Markham: Si'cone! game: maker.." M PIICh'a & Boys'

I 611 Stanley Dine. Lovely buck home, 3 lied.p Inmlent OJO oil) 0 3 3 00I ;-;
looms, 1 buth LUiiig room has fin place and home iCtntmiecl Iron Page One K\C 302 OH) x 5 6 Nassau Recreation SUITSSLACKSLodicj' f

i feature: den and much storage aita Large shady lot I In older mhniil mtivily h<' wiRieretirv !I Powers and N",bles, BradelockI.Nons Commission NamedBy I
with separate workshop in buck yard. Down payment j i cf the Athletic Club an 1 I and Markham .

r $50000Mh: ( FICA financing Available was uitive in the past l too Home. Gov. Bryant t
coming/ events, appearing also I II II Ii n I Florida Counties'Get I I I .
I Drie. Large i He In the Governor Farr! Bryant this week II
k' I the Escapades was cast I I
412 Stanley about 100x200 feet From
: I $234,000 named the members of the Nauau
of the Junior play the past school ..
a in center of Forest Hills, Hundreds of azaleas and County Recreation Commission Building .
year Race Track Tax Fund
camellias bloom under the shady oak trees the coming year
many He has played two year of bine. or//
I \\ ell kept three bedroom home with extra large screened I ball one year of basketball! and TALLAII.\SStE Slate Compl- I The five members named .
& Co.
; in living area. 1 car garage. Must be sold soon. one year of football Until recently roller Hay F, Green said toddy Pete Schulllng: and Bob; Stover Supply ,
I Low down payment with FHA terms. he was a member of Scout Troop checks lor $14000 from the slate fcrnandlna Beach, Craig Marsh of I ,
I ft 213 race track lax funds will be mailed Callahan, Harold Ha Kin of Yulci I 1129 S. Nth. Phone 261-MIS: I .

a 203; North 15th Street This home I is constructed The 1H4! Florida Hcivs; Slate tnimiiiiw to eaeh of the 67I I -and-Tim. Davis--, Jr." of-Milliard- '-- .. ..- -.- -0- ..., -1 t :
will brain tickslon Monday, July f counties ,j.1'
: under a 200 old oak tree. It features 3 bedrooms I' ,
year ;
and will continue one I'el'k.In Tallahissee The comptnllir Maid) ItI'll.. MEN'S :
t und 2 hath: The master: bedroom is extra large and I final pavnienl fir the current flxcalyear
', away from the other be l'ooml'l. Kitchen is well designed Burgh puiiileil out that the Ami'rl. and would make Hit t tal re. BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTY

: with much cabinet space and a larger than a\ei- I can Legion will sponsor riO of these cilvcd Iv each county from the I. WALKING SHORTS
age dining area. Very close! to schools and can be Boys Stale this Summer, plus rate (track lax fund $21-1: (KM/ the HY THE POUND) OR 8IDK: ,

= moved into almost immediately for approximate Buvs Nation eoiiHiKlinij!! of two outstanding highest in the history of the dx DINNERS SANDWICHES i

$;j tooO down with FHA term youths from each of the Each counly received $20bWJO( last -AIIoIo- 2 fair : .
Boys Stsh's.I 110 will study! HIP year t.4s $3.39
upl'rallnn I of I the fl'derllllln\'rnmeni Green !said the next pijmcnt, 6.64 :
The Clarence Geiger! home on Clinch Drive. I in still SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS 1 1It.
in much the slime mnnni an Im would be In the early fall
available, Almost :1000( shuttle feet of space with Boys Male dilrKules/ participate In 111:11I:: A.M.: 10 12:10:: ( A.M. DAILY ae

t large! family room and kitchen area adjoining and ftutuiinjr training in Mate ivi'mini.'nl. Ah ml !/WIHIII( iinier( pntil'lIh111I SUNDAY 4 P.M. TO li'.W:: () A.M.: lt 2 fur :
I paneling and a lovely large fireplace, flack At lie I 1l!lo4 Horldi Bays State, I I probably) die thin year win might Ih'// 4, .tIi! ,: $3,89 ,
I fenced shady yard encloses a patio shaded by trees the Firn.inclmii Beach yculhs will have been saved by Burlier diug DINNERS ... sin,' :).!I 6r: 7.64 ,,
I Separate dining room is large lIize. This brick home parlleiputc in the eirsini/ilion of nosh and prompt trralmint 'I'he I j

i \ is for someone who wants an above} the average home pcliticul parties campaigns, ilee.. American ('ouch I'' Siilelv\ rages .' RSTAURANT j /91
limits, lions, and Hit nail mint and inforeemiit all ad ills lu have an unninl;; In ilth .
and let wants to live outside the city Phone 2fil.; 'Ilm): !)
I of their own' laws with. checkup In !Insure early iliiifnosis; S. Klh Street .
In a mythical 51st stale and prompt trc Him'nt, '.
I \\e are building a new Kingsberr home on ( linchDrive Doyi State la one of the mesh: 40,[ Y :
I I outside the city limits A new unusual: design youth.training programs sponsored + 1

: merits your inspection. Shady lot with minimum by the American Legion" llirth ,
down payment and low monthly payments. See us declared, "The youths learn not
J now and pick out jour own colors. only the functions of !government

,r 809 Stanley Drive* Lovely* ft 2 bedioom masonry but!ship must also responsibility play the to role discharge that They a pond hit learn eltl/.cn-citl/cn by WAAS DRUG STOREIs ., \. J

house under large! oak trec-s Pin'ate patio in lear with doing hew a good government dl'. : ,

II large! storage room and workshop behind carport. pencil open I the active Interest! of .. t
Small down payment and $">800 per month. every cilUenOn ," Happy To Announce That .
ft bihiilf or Thi.elire, II, Her Ilse Group
I \\e will }be liemnniiu con-tniction on a 1 large numliz Post 51 II rlh expressed ,
home with four buliooms and( oppreelutn to Hip f Him Ing!! Imllvieliuili .
I buck colonial two story Assorted

I :.5 J baths :soon in Pirates Cove, Top story will have view bnliin In and making f firms the for program their eiintrU|IMJS. Joe LarussaHas ,

& of the Ocean We11\ accept trade in of smaller houseon RihleFlorrii, & Children'sSPORTSWEAR

this new Kingsbeiry Home are you interested National Bank at remandma .
r ft ft Bench fir defraying/ expumHcf r
t We have several dozen of the best: listings! wet one b'y and to Dexxiland. WI )d. JoinedLeonard

t have had in sevtial\ jeirs For a home in any price card Muter. Co. tarvn A, MeKenliei f ; t
in town callus Jim Hyr-iift'TCSfleV/ Thomas .
range and for the lowest: down payments ,
Eddie: MeKenclret, /llaiiluHroi '
t today for a visit: to any of our homes .. und lIu mh Shine, 'i I fir, tin 4 For 1 ;

; We will buy jour lot, building you a King berry expense 11. the other boy LongAs $13 9 $5.00
t Home and combining all the costs> into one package ----- )

: VA or HIA term ate available on all of our houses: Juries Rule For -
; We usually about 8 :00 AM: to about A
ate : open
I Ci nl mill'll from' Pa !q .(>until I 4NPA
I 6OU:()f) PM: five days! a week and on Saturday mom.I which el'ntack l the II"el""r thru

lug+. \\e are as: near as jour telephone. other Hrnjicllna Bmijli mm who %'
were cnrouto home from workout 1 PharmacistIn
the Air tintnl tintiT af Milliard/ Registered
11 Paul C. Burns Agency In a ci "nn'r SUit Pyron aidnw
Mr: Udilwra liaync- Pyron, say
i luinu \l'l1lon' fi.r rw-Kluince:( Hewas A. S. ALLAN'S
ariiiluid' by the.Jury ui nlll I Our Drug DepartmentWith
h gulp( ii 'lice charge
Jude 'Iarll' Suit: wee on the .\ Good; store For The WI h

t t KINGSBERRY HOMES him for I nil the caxo, The Mist Store For The (I'oor ,.
In :hi only I'ap In Clrruit Court Two Registered Pharmacists We Are Now Able To Give ...
: yesterday A+iMrnt Public Ik.fendn .. s

; Registered Real Estate Brokers pnnlid Mirciry!liv lidne Kavnuklis Scitl tu wan deleted(up. Faster And Better Attention To \il Your Pharmaceutical Needs. Open Friday, July 3 To 6:30: P. M.

: :Jl'l! South Mh Street Iliy l-rutst: 1 Garrison, charIIdlllh Closed Saturday, July 4th.a aits
: Phone! 261.:!ltil)6\) hriakmn and entering Sahlman

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"qi r'll'ys iVt'wA. ,P611PT, Frnifinmufl 'ttcnc'n FWictn T ''lIIT iIlY, .Juir 2, 1664 C bie Suriino, Ann Roba, Julie tee!
._ I Miss Cindy Justice
Married June 27 Sylvia Pondletoa, Lesion Brlllon.
Celebrates BirthdayAt Mary" Julio Brewlon, Sally WWle
. .September Bride Elect Jamie White Julie Lawrrc. Story
.. PERSONALS I Slumber Party : Lucy Mli-wjewskl. Kathy Vunn
Janice! Lovequlil Mary Ollvln Patrick -
Mr. and Mrs James T, Nail of Miss Cindy Justice celebrated: her Put Bailey Betsy Philips!
Ynlee announce the engagement of 11th birthday recently with ( alum. Cynthia Piper, Marsha Daniel Sn.
their daughter, Geraldine, to Dow.ev Sirs Million SAmmon and Brandton. Rita Haddock of Calhoun Teal t ,4 her party at her hum on Amelia sin Gregory and Olnny Alverson
Alexander, son ofo Mr. and Mr, Johnny llaynp, of Tampa, ncssee, I Is pending the summer Rd., given by her parents, Mr, and

D. L Alexander ol Atlanta, Geor. le t M<.inljy attar (wading( several with her grandparent, Mr sad Airs i. P. Justice. I Eleven grant totaling nearly:
gla. diyi with Mrs Summon' sister. Mrs. Thomas Y. Crosby Last t week : r The guests arrived Friday oiler. $22000 have been awarded by the
Miss Null la a graduate of the Ill-law, Mix! J. C Jameson, and! Mr and Mrs. Crosby and Rita vl*. r noon and celebrated the cccablon Southern Forest Disuse and In-
14 Class of Yulee High School family iced WnkUWichtt Springs, Home 'lk Jm with games and dancing after sect Research Ccimcil to a grouts
r Mr. Alexinder. I I. a graduate of 'I M Spring, the Ravine Garden .toPalalka 1 which the hostess served birthday
\ South to aid
of universities In the
W L.
and Mr<
Mr i SUCKS, Jr
School, Atlanta, I la and let The novel
FuUrn High and and other place of Inter cake cream
I II dudirsaimed
and dnmliler, Mane! of Pliconlx.Aiboni. In a 14-M prom am of
presently serving( In the U. S, Navy rat on i two-day tour at the Mat. 1 't r'tui a rr birthday cake was designed as u new and Keller
at developing -
italloncd al Cecil Field NAS. lift Vliimhy after vlslllnj I 4 1 black and while Panda bear,
The wedding ,,11be\ an event of his brollicr-lii,l.iw And sister, Mr Mr and Mr. J. W. Cox returned i ihme Saturday method tar combatting rne-
.fir September 4, and Airs It. W Hiyce and family Monday after attending the'' Before returning and her mice of the forest. The Count'II It
afternoon Cindy guest
y and CUlT!
Cox family reunion In supported by pulp paper
Mr. and Mrs. EY, Chaplin and I, Soulh Carolina. 'enjoyed awlmmlnK panic and related wood Indus.
Mrs. Jessie Mixon sons, Ernest, Jr. and Davis. of FlorelK'lr'j b'st straktt Attending the affair were' !D<'b- Irll." .
Cleveland, Tcnnmrc returned homo Mr. Harold Doak and
Feted At Shower
Saturday alter spending several Debbie end Jerre, of Overland I
1i For I Infant Son day with Mrs. Uijplui' mother, Park Kaniaa arrived today to 5. iw'brvI
Mrs E. W, Davis! Ernest, Jr. r*. spend two months with Mri Doak'i / ICthlIi
Mr. Jessie Mixon was delight. maimed for an extended visit with I mother, Mr. J. R. Lynn. I rb /or ;jkl( aM
fully entertained at a shower for his grandmother
her son, Kevin Dupont on June 24 I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beard spent .M
at the Recro-itlon Center Two-and- Mr. Vance Mitchell and eon. last week In Fort Myeri ai gueiti j Now Associated With

a-half month old Kevin came to Bill, of Lafayette, California arrlvcd of the management of the Holiday pry Y :
make his home with his parent on last week to spend several Inn The weekend trip was won by REID'S BEAUTY SALON
MISS GERALDINE NALLS June 19.Hoslessl'l. week with: her Mr*. Beard at a Director of Public I I 14 ttpe;
; : 204 S. 17th St
for the affair were slsler, Mr, and Mr. T: H. Askinc,1 I II Work Convention whkh they attended .

Mri Burnell Holhnd, Mr. De. I and family.Mr earlier In the year SPECIALIZING IN .

Coin Club To Wayne Crisp Mrs Johnny Bodine, end Mri. R. L. Fu scll and Miss Marlt Beard has returned J es t .w Sets Manicures FnciaU
Mri Buck Jihnsun and Mrs Wilson children, and Permanents Shampoos, -
Meet Monday Nancy Jimmy, left home after spending two week In + I
Davis Monday to spend several day vis.Itlng Ft McClellan, Alabama with her r Tinting' Hair and Scalp] Treatments Styling -

The Buccaneer Coin Club will After the hrnoree had opened a point of interest In South litter Jeanette Pedicures.

meet Monday evening July 6, at shower of gilt, the hostesses er- Florida. I
7:30 p,m. at the Recreation Cen ved Individual cakes In the party Sp/4 Jeanette Beard stationed at For Appointment Call 2C1-4141
:[ Babb, student at Florida I
Terry Ft. Alabama ll'I
ter. motif, nuts end Iced drinks McClellan I Is vliltlng
State University, returned home i
t Members are urged to attend\ and Priic for appropriate party last week to be hire for the remainder her parent, Mr. and Mr. J. A. u T'"
: visitor are Invited, game were presented to Mri. of the summer, I Beard \t
Darrell Jones, Mrs Steve Spence, I _f
Kevin Dupont Mixon Mrs. Wymnn Hughes, Mri Bud I! Kathy Babb, Chris and Pat Bal. Mr S. F. Anderson, Sr., arrived WE WILL CLOSE SATURDAYIN
e Lewis and Mrs Richard Master. 'I icy, and Miry Lucy Merzejewskl home Wednesday after having an

Mr. and Mr, Jessie Mixon of 309 Enjoying the affair with Mr*. 'i i I left last week for Camp Chawcn- [ appendectomy last week at St.
: South Ifiih St., announce the adop.I Mixon and her hostesses were Mrs. won In Green Cove Spring, They + Luke Hospital( In Jacksonville. OBSERVANCE OF
t tlon of a son, Kevin Dupont. Kevin! Everett Howard, kin. J. L. Smith will return home the 1! end of the I I

: was born April 1, 14 and came to Mrs Robert Craig!, Mr. William I week. Mr. and Mr*. Howard Brlgance MR. and: MRS EDWARD McQUEEN
Miller, Mr! George AlorUton. Mr*. I and children, Howard and Edna, Independence Day July 4
make hi* home with his parent .n 1 Mr. and Mr*. Joe Blene ol I .
Myra Ann Graff Mr. Howard and Mine Carol Brigance, left Mon I Mr. Mary Ellen Earnhardt line. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds
June 19. Mrs Jones M..... Hughes Mrs. Bowling Green Kentucky returned day after pending several days daughter of Mr. and Mr. Kent i I outlined with pink satin lea.
Mr, Mixon I Is the! former Miss | Lewis, Mrs Spence and Mr. Masters home last week after a month'svisit with Mri Brlgance'i mother Mr*. Crisp, and Edward Frank McQueenwere I yes and ribbons.Immediately .
with their son-in-law
.. Sandy Sherman! of this city and S. F. Anderson, Sr., while Mr. united In marriage Saturday, following the cere. For The Convenience Of Our Customers
daughter Mr. Mri. L. M. June 27 at the Methodist Church the left
U. derion was In the hospital. mony couple on a wedding
: -:: Bean, and family An'l of Folkston, Georgia The bride. I trip through the Smokey Mountains We Will Remain Open Friday to 6:30: p.m.

Mary Dma Bean daughter of Joe Brunt, Jr. of Morgan groom u the ion of Mr, and Mrs. I to Gatllnburg, Tennessee.
LADIES..Tfrd of f Cooking? Mr. and Mrs. L M.. Bean, under. Lculsana will arrive Friday to Join Kermit McQueen. I Mrs. McQueen Is employed by the
went surgery last week at St. Vin his wife and children, Denee, Rhonda Rev Charles A. Culbreth, pastor I State" as a hostess at the Florida
: DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO! cent's Hospital In Jacksonville and Joe HI who have bean performed the ceremony at Marine Welcome Station. Mr Me- BAILEY'S I Atlantic Avenue
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. three o'clock before relative and I I Queen Is assistant manager of
; .. :. While You Shop At Booth's Market Mr. Betsy Strickland I Is recovering Bruni, and ilnler, Mr. B. J. F'I 'close friends of the couple. I I i Mather of Fernandina. At Seventh SL

:7. Hot $1 /2 Fried Chicken $1.25 at her home In Yulce after un- ley and Mrs Cecil A, Bennett The bride had a* her only attendant ', Attending the ceremony were Air
:. .:: Dogs dergolug surgery several) week ago several day*. They plan to visit I her sister, Mr. Jimmy ''and Mr, Jimmy Ragans of Gainesville I
7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00)) In Tallahassee for several week before returning Ragans. Mr. McQueen was best Mr. and Mrs Ray Rooter ..
home. man for his son. of Waycross. Ga, Mr and Mrs.
: .- Shrimp $1.25 Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Jones and For her wedding, the bride chose I'1 i Kent Crisp Mr. and Mrs Kermit
daughter Beth, of Dublin Georgialeft Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Bennett and a tailored suit of white lace designed McQueen, Mr. and Mr, Held
E Bar-B-Que Rib 'or Chicken $1.25 Monday after spending several children, AI, Cecilia Ann, and Julie with sheath skirt end box Stlllwell and ion, Doyle Mr. and Elgin Centennial! : Value at Fowler's-

day at the beach and visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Lewis Ben. jacket with long, fitted sleeves. She! I I I, Mrs. Raymond Landrcss Kim
: QUICK SERVICEPhone 261.5965 I and Mr. Charles Peacock, and nett and children Palsy, Peggy, wore a halo hat of white organza Earnhardt Steven and David Mc
family and Lewis will return home Friday with a hairline veil of white ma. Queen 17-Jewel ELGINS :
709 South Eighth Street from a week' vacation at Ft. My.
: I Mr. Hugh Evans and children, rn Beach.

__ Hugh Jr, Dan. Ccclle, and Mary I Miss Terresa Cox of Jacksonville !Air and Mr, Charles Preston
; a. Louise, .of Eau Gallic, are pending! Linda Sapp and Bunny Pulettl left Sunday after spending several and son, Bobby, of Atlanta, arrived
will leave Monday for the stale pNLY
several day vaeitlnnlng on the clays with Mr. H. J. Durham. Friday to spend two weeks at the
beach and visiting friends. Girl Auxiliary Camp 0' the Suw- I
house and homestead
anee In Branford, Fla. Mrs H. L. Pope of Ashcvlllc, j
: Ian 'Theatre Mr*. George Sanborn of Titus. North Carolina and Mrs J. A Ad. Mr and Mrs II. J. McForland
Mr*. J.. J. G. Cooper will leave ,
vllle the week-end
spent with Mr. .
am of Ooldsbnro, North Carolina attended the golden wedding anniversary
a !Monday for Dramark, S. C. where
and Mrs. Howard Wrench and fam. I
are spending several days with of Uidf: aunt and uncle
: r : Phone 261.4849 C.: E. Beach Mgr. she will be a guest at a house party 4
lly Mr. Sanborn accompanied his
their ilslcr, Mrs A. E. Taplln. : Mr and Mr*. Jimmy Xenon In $ PIUS i
: For Shows wife to Mayport where he left for at the Denmark Country Club for/ Millwood, Ga. last
: No Maflnee Except Special wecki. Sunday. FED,
__ Norfolk.\ Virginia Oil the tSS Sara. two Mr and Mri. T. L. Cannon and I TAXI''

: .. Special Matinee Thin Saturday toga Mr. Sanhnrn Is the former !Mr. and Mr, G. M. McNutt and Aon. Lee, of Blackvllle, South Car.
Miss Peggy Futch of this city olina, and Uunna and Janice Minor
son, Marshall, of Miami, are vlxit- I Mrs. W. B. Franklin
: "Kicsln Cousins" at 2:30: p.m. i of Miami, arrived Wednesdty, to
Ins here this week with their i 1
Mr. Jack Drury left Sunday for ONLY R
Feted On
spend several days with Mr, and Birthday
FRIDAY & SATURDAY Summerset Kentucky to visit her friends. They are slaving/ at the I|
Mi!'*. Call! Qualtlrbniim at Amelia I
.. sisters, Mi'*. Clarence Fitzgerald Roba nome on South Fletcher With Suprise Party s a'
"" 3 Cr 4 City. tilts Bonnie Qualllebaum accompanied $100
: July
and Mrs. Walter Howard.
Mr, L O. HuRgin and Miss the Cannon family, after Mr. W B. Franklin was honored e
: .. ,.:1... Friday 7'tO:: Saturday 7:30: Mr. Don Lancaster and children. Susie Hkinlllmi, returned to their spending a month with them In at a iirpiise birthday party at her g Y

Donnie Monica Mike, and Todd, home In Atlanta Tuesday after South Carolina. | home on June 25, given by her WEEKLY mJ
: "MAIL ORDER'BRIDE" have retuined home alter pending pending two weeks here ai guesli ,! I'daughter, Mrs Roy N. Harris,
two week In Cherokee, North of !Mri. J. J. G. Cooper Mr! W, II Russell returned with Mrs. Conway Davis, Jr. and

BUDDY EHSEN: KEIU DULLEA Carolina. Mrs Lena, Grundwald of Birtow Tuesday Wadlcy after, Georgia spending visiting two weeks'in iela-1 Mr. Ernest!: Valero a* co-hostcsftc 1' ;J.1'Jewels .

TECHNICOLOR Mrs. Laverne Jacobs and children and Mri Ed Morrow of Jackson tlves. Mrs T. H. Bedlngfeld, of The refreshment table was overlaid .
hove returned home alter *'lu. vllle spent Wednesday with Mist Wadley, mother of Mri Russell I with a handsome white linen
Friday 7:30:: Saturday 2tr :: () lung her son-in-law and daughter, Louise Lasstrrc on the beacht'Mitts returned to spend several days with cloth ami centered with a gavly!

Mr. and Mr. J. L Burgess, In II Deanna Asklna of Gaines. I Iyule the Russell's I decorated birthday cake. Dainty
"KISSIN COUSINS"ELVIS Cherokee, North Carolina. spent the week-end wUl linr open face sandwiches were served Wal.rprao'hack.JI.slatanl'
I Mrs D. L. Smith and daughters, with coke and drink c $
PRESLEY Miss Becky Bailey of Detroit i I parent, Mr. and !Mrs T. H AK-I Sabrina and Vents, will\ leave by'':
Mulligan I la upending this week ins, mud family. Miss Askins I Is a' train Friday for Jackson Tennessee Mr. Franklin received a shower Dvs'Ploo'Antl.Magn'llc
TECHNICOLOR with Mr. and Mrs. Hush Side and I nurse at the University hospital to visit for several days with of gift in remembrance of the occasion > .

daughter Suzanne. MK Bailey I Is Mr. and Mri George W. Rare her sister, Mr. O'neil West, and I Lullliftous Dial
SUNDAY & MONDAY a cousin of Mr. Sides. I of Greenville, South Carolina re., I family I I Those attending wt'reIrs! L. R. "I1L"Q sbi.Maintpring I :,,,; 17Jewals

; i .', ,,1 t 'I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schultz turned :home Sunday after spend I Johns, :Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lee of Dainty
July 5 & 6 several with her brothl'r.1 I Mr. "nd Mr*. H C. Haddock are I I i Dependable
formerly of Houston Texas are I ing day Valdosta Ga"Ir.! and !Mrs. Leo
:.... now making their home In Fernan. In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. E, [1 leaving Friday for Palatka to spendthe I I Shock ReddantFOWLER'S
Sunday 7:30: Monday 7:30: wel'k.l.'nd'lth Mr. and MM Frank i and daughter, Judy Mr*.
P Wilson, Jr., and family
Beach. the
dlna are
They parentsof '1 Marlon Haddock and family. I Emma Franks !Mrs. Mae Horn-

"SUNDAY IN NEW YORK"A Mr and Mr. Jess Schultz Mr. C. H. Phinney of Willlston I: Miss Patsy Bryant has relllrnl'dhome I berger and granddaughter, Marianne .

Mr. and Mr. J. M, Skipper and spent last week-end with her ion.
weeks Dopson. Mr. and Mrs. Buck JEWELRY
bold. blushing funny minle In-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs after spending !
outrageously Susan, Sandra,
children, Charles in Waycross, Georgia visiting her Harris, Mr. and Mrs Valero, liar-
: TECHNICOLOR and Cheryl of Mobile, Alabama, M. D. Dixon, and family. I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs AlvIn I', Icy Lewis Valero of Miami Jerry 314 Atlantic Ave, Phone 261-3120: .
returned home Sundry after (pending '. Franklin and !Mrs Conway Davis,
Mr. and Mr H. J. Durham and Hand and Mr and Mrs. J. A. Br> I

-- .- -- ----,-- ,. -- .-several----day--with.. her parents daughters/ Malinle and Sharon of ant. I Jr, and children .. .-.. .- .- -- -
- ---
-----1 Donaldson Georgia will leave Friday i
j I
dlly.1 i Mr. and !\In. E. J. Smith and
alter spending
I eon Robert, spent last week at the
with his mother Mr H J. Dur.
him Dllldo Hotel In Miami Beach at.

L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO Lt. Comm and Mrs. Charles A. : board tending Railroad the Convention Freight of Agents the Sea.As FREE '

Butler and daughters Nancy, Ann soclatlon.
and Catherine, of New Port, Shade
Mr. and Mrs W R. Price return.
Island are visiting this week with
Carrier his parent and sister Mr. and ed home Sunday after upending the

I iu u i Mrs. Gordon T. Butler lid Susan, week-end In Sparlanburg, South CONCERT
They will leave next wetk for Key Carolina.

West wcicie they will make their Danny Griffin student! at linker- .S.Aq
home for two year city of Florida, has returned home I aQIS /
""' By
AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING i Mr. and !Mr, Wendell Q Brook after attending summer school. I

and Mr*. C P. Adams Sr. are Mr. and Mr. F C Hillyer Sr., Fernandina Beach Chapter S.P
ICE MAKING MACHINERY leaving Friday for a ten-duv I rip of Jacksonville and daughter Mri.

to Bulon-Kiiuiie, Uiulsanna While R. Y, Patterson and children, Bob. of the
SALES SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS. I Iit there they will l l1.11 their um-in. by and Pat of Winter Park were SocietFor I The .Preservation
law and duichler, Mr. and !Mrs week-end !guests of Mrs. Ilillycr's ,
s ReeveBurrow and Mr. Brook will sister, !Mrs Nellie McMurrny. And Encouragement\ of
attend classes for a week at the
college for the department of Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. T J. Clark re.1 j Itarltvr: Shop Quartet Singing/ In
M Sa Nay ri' turned home Sunday after touring
parts of Georgia and taking! !! their America
H Mrs. S. T, Leather and ddiiah. daughter, !Mis Patty Clark to At. I
: ter Fran of Atlanta will arrive lanta. i I,
today by pine to visit her parents
The Concert Will Include Chorus
fiiii Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lorkwond for Miss Peggy Bow en of Dallon, Quartet

the week-end( Mr. Leather will Georgia will arrive Friday to spend
I join his family on Friday. next week with MIss Susan Butler. And Audience Singing
261-4892 Both girl are student at LaGrange .
Miss Laura !Sorensen ntudeiil at College
: 1104 S 8 STREET St. Johns River Junior College In RECREATION
Palalka will arrive Thursday stilts Mr. and !\In. II. V Burgess and CENTER AUDITORIUM

guett. Mis Lori Fllson of Jack. daughter(\ Mrs. Jeanne Skipper and

We Service Everything We Sell I sonvllle, lo spend the week-rnd children visited with Mr. and Mr.
H. V. Burgos. Jr. and family, at FOURTH OF JULY After Fireworks
with her Mr. and !Mrs DisplayF
Ii parents Horseshoe Lake near their home In
i Ben Sorcutcn. u' Fatalists:

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le'irl-t I' ei"lIl1l1rIIlJl I ?"lI:' 1'11111 111, ,lute 2, 1JU4 rage tl'
turd) va4 and w.t? tirnieli a no*
Repeat Vows June 19 quilt oC pink Frothed carnations ; June 27 Bride -

lnter p rll'll with pink sad green I
satin leaves and ribbons. Tallahassee Dateline I Kiwanians Hear r rI

". The other attendants wore pink I

organza gowns' made Identical tithe (Continued, from Pall'P"I|

matron ol honor', wink match BY IIETTIE MAR on'i' i miller of time before these I >
11 Iwadplprrs.' They carried boa. n Many questions" were prnwmdtdto '
= .
Progress hm been progressing sn underfill sights: and sounds will
.nets of nib CM-MUMD him relative to the desirability
city that in- ., ol'
fed around the capital ucnms\ progress
Flower girls were the little Mines of the location of the proposed span
Cindy Spence daughter/ of Mr. there i popular trend In cscnp Inierviate 10 la ncheduled to, rut which I Is being OMUkkred for brUlf.
I and Mri. Lewis Joe Spence olSmyrna to Ihr country ,11'1'11". a Meridian rond and on vest.u.ird hue' the Amelia,, River. tt. Msnnndled -
r Ccoroela, and Awn 'Wfl. L Marc than' 21 entire fnmille I ilnoiitih Lake Jaikson I ia with slatlslirs" shmrieerseck'otnnnren .

a ta.o lon 4aulitrr: of Mr. and Mrs, EarlF. move into the slate rnpllnl cash/ hiniir unit' flshermnn'i pnmdlsci of brldces, at Brunswick and
I Wilson They carried dalatj week, unless iMlorls of homeowners' in the at Jacksonville, thrmmtv, wluctloceangoing
o w while lore basket filled with rase This means ft steadv sitcom of incii i In slop It me successful ; shins:: also pss, whichhe

l petals new hi. ours, bulks, grocery star There |Is I I'ilk of building cause- wigw""ti'd might be i'fl'd U a

yl r Master Donald Klein, non of Mr, ami 'iii 11\. end.. hrldiHi tn the Islnnds in guide In deetdins upon| the must
w and Mrs, Donald R. Klein, curriedthe Tnllaha..I'Irnrrtl', J lams: Mil Ink I I militia. In develop real I cs- nradiciiblo local Ion of a liridgi! )

I ( ring on a haadsome white sat. enmp.in' CllvOI'ahlyllIh Ihnsp ol avery i 'Imo<" Thai I :, mcnn Mephone lines, here.PmK.

In pillow adorned ullli while pom. the city.l'nicr lelcM-imi" ciihlen and traffic jests a former member of theKlrt.inin

pens and satin ribbon love knoll, llv nnd Mate hiillillnr! .mil, .ill I the niter IrappinKs t : of Club, was eneaurri In (Us.elusions .
I Urniiel Peoples served a< bet I keen multiplying like Riilnen |'lBpiiililnn 'il n" I\!' and, ill'vi'li piiicnt we open
various' point ihnmch.
man for his broihn- and ushers C the hniws and I he nhnp h. Id MI dearMi'ridinn on
wore Steve A, Spence Jr., Jerome tl ping renters farther nosh. faultier" rued Is a rOAd thai pro. nut his talk' The Information whichhe

J Spenee, and 1 Ian lord Peepln.Ciwn In'o the suburbs hll'h are huliilni greet 'lorsol' One wishes' It\ could I brought wawt Interestingly re.celvrd .
in marrlant! by her father with the onslaught "f all the new he a road thai progress would for.ml and a barrage nf questions
the bride! was radiant tit her wed. I"! families plus a sl/eiible! crop of nor lo remember. was responded to readily, and with
ding gown of white Chantilly lace t t"'k own. will\ founded replies. Acctuuiianying
over opt cot nulling taffeta/ 'J'IIot w Davis os a !guest ef ihp-rtnb wis
il What all (Ihl'sl'1I'W\ people do nf H \nn send, a letter to IV !Win!
..rE business,
Dior )bodiee designed! wh his partner In the shipping
was a
here In a wonder he
ds, ter 'they gel " A scalloped Sabrtaa neckline and long :: came, aside. from a crate' factorythere'i address, make sure It In. Ed Cornclly.
'. tapered sleeves ending In Calla lily only one major Industry In clud" nllr full name, now ad- Eddie Holllngsworth was the
points at the wrfet. The bouffant ''y Tallahassee and that I Is Rt.ite gnveminent. drew., and nuclei 1 security account guest of his father, Klwanlan Lon.
skirt, featuring a dropped b.ckI .
number on which you ore rcrclvmii nk Holllngsworth./
I waistline with three tiered taffeta I
Any state official will Ml 'o"hl"s Bill Webb
President predjded.!
hustle, rerminitted' In a circular heni'fils"
riding twice the work his prpdeceiior -
MR. and MRS.. HAMEI. l.>mIn --.'..ES Chapel tails Her shouMer lonrflh if'J ld did with only Imlf tin
veil of imported Illusion was attached .
one of the loveliest weddings were flanked wllh branched candel- In a circlet 1 of satin leaves ,,w ; i fII Miff. So yon wonder what all then SUMMER ART CLASSES
of the summer, Miss Wanda Dee bra, entwined new pnrnlo dn for a llvlniiNi ,
with and
plumua embroidered In seed pearls Heri N"
Spence, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. white 'k 'erlhelens. thin town l Is crow'-
\ pnmpcns, holding lighted i I bouvrt wan a cascade ft white. .1
inn 1 nl' most of the rest ef Kim,'Id. Call 2 l.I:129: or atop by
Steve Ashley Spence, Sr. bccime cathedral tapers whuh cast a son roses, stcphannlls and Frcnched agtaR ,
the bride of Daniel William Pc<'p. Blow over the 'setting. The stained carnations centered wllh a pure .;-.t' s and If you want/ tn dodge.! the AII'I'

lea In a candlelight ceremony Friday glass windows were banked with l white June 19, at Memorial Mclho. native greenery and centered witha ribbons and love knots caught' with x ,' eel way' out. Hotel \
1 l.nnt week we jibed the exodus! Porch\ Keystone!
dist Church. The bridegroom Is the lighted( taper Family pews were I white pompons. Her only ornament i'i i a ro, )
ion of Mr. and Mrs. John P, Tree marked wllh satin We reli-ented to a spot on I.nk afternoons
large white was a single strand! of pearls, gift CIIILDREN '.
man of Yulce.The bows arranged with plumosa and of the bridegroom.For lamcnia about 17 miles north nr with Mary Ann 01i\'l'f

Rev. Nelson P. Mo>'er, per. white pompons her daughter's wedding, Mrs I here which, an far prnbablv onhwe. ewiinsrs
formed the double ring circnnny Mrs. Nettle Wood of Brunswick, Spence chose a dress of Imported a few million bullfrogs and! ipnlr AroULTS' wit) Bob| Meredith
voluble hoot owls lime
at eight o'clock, Georgia was the bride's matron of dusty rose lace over taffeta. Her f i of very BEGINNERS WELCOME!
Mri. Lewis K. Nolan, organist : honor. Brldesmatron was Mrs. accessories mere beige and she hA d di'l'lIvl'rl'd.To .
rendered of Steve of w. reach It you mint lake a rand -
a program nuptial Spence, Jr and bridesmaids wore a corsage mint green I -
music as the guests assembled and were Miss. Beverly Tlnslay and Frenehed carniitkms MRS. HAROLD GRAY SIMPSON. Jr. that progress tuna A rood thai'-\ _.
accompanied Miss Lucy Dyal as Miss Brenda Townsend.Mrs Mrs. Peeple, mother of the almcsl an anachorlsm nmnng Mi
she sang 'Because," "0 Piomlsc Wood's gown was of Ice bridegroom, chose a dress of navy The Ann Street Methodist Church Miss Joy Simpson, flower gill, Inter thorofaren such as the new'
Me," and "The Lord's Praver. mint organza/ designed with an all. blue crepe, worn with white I et'l. I In Beaufort, North Carolina wasthe I and sister of the groom, was di'cued I murk route that encompasses tlurlly ONLY 6 HOURSFOR
The traditional wedding marches over embroidered bodice enhanced series. Her corsage was at AmerK seiu.g of the June 27 weddingof la a floor length lavendar or. and thp fonr-lane Perry High
were used. with a sweetheart neckline, and can Beauty rosebuds Miss Cheryl Lee Peterson, I II ganta dress wllh purple asters In I way that dead ends In front of tin !

Large floor biskcts l'ontalnlnllarranRcml'nl1 bouffant skirt billowing to a floor Immediately following (he cere I I I, daughter of Mr and Mrs James I her hair. Her basket was of while I rapltol!. INSTALLATION Insure .: .
of white chrysanthemums Icngla, Her headnleee- was of Ire many, a reception was held/ hi Par. Leland Peterson, to Harold Gray satin Meridian road Is a narrow, Jag

gladioli and cirmitlnns mint organza: wiUi matching cir rink Rail. Simpson, Jr. Rov, Dwight L. Fouls, Mr. Simpson served as best man I Red-edged strip if anphnll thai of Comfort!
I The bride's taMe was overlaid I pastor, performed the double 1'111111I'fremony for his son and ushers were David I crooks and turns past negro( sh.in A Summer
with a. imported Been and lore I at six o'clock before a I Ward Jones, Donald Williams Bryan I ties\ and yankee )plantnllnns' thiici<
I cloth and eemered with a three tier large assemblage of friends and I Peterkon, brother nf the bride, patches and cornfield, a pair nlrickety Genuine FORD Air-Conditiontr Installed
I wedding cake embossed with large! relatives' and Rodney Simpson, brother of slough hrlllll"1 and some
I while wedding bells and lopped Mr. Simpson Is the son of Mr. I the groom, II nf the finest hunting and fUliiin

Ann RiceIS wllh a miniature bride and bride. and Mrs, Harold Gray Simpson, i l Given I in marriage by her father grounds In the country $276 Including Tax
Sophie i groom standing Hi a circle of satin\ also or Beaufort I the bride was never lovelier lhan, ; I High on I hill you ran nee from Only

leaves' and lily-of-the-valler l under Miss Nancy Russell, organist, In her gown of white peau de cort, the I rond an old family cemetery!
NOW AN EMPLOYEE OFIrene's : a white satin ban rendered a program of nuptial full bell shaped skirt with lowered where people were burled mon Let Us Install Yours Today .

Mrs. Frances Peeples and Mn'l music at the guests assembled : hemline In the back, and batieiu than a century and a half a no,
Penny Johnson served the Morris Skipper) of Jacksonville I neckline Her veil was a chapel The rond In oveilnced much IIC l CO: '
Beauty SalonSophie cake, and Mrs. Jean Sponce and soloist and uncle nf the groom \length mantilla of silk illusion whit NIC way wllh muss.lunue; wnlci! I. AS SERRE MOTOR .

Mrs. Fred Townsend presided al Dang "The Song of Ruth", and lace a//>pliqlll'slIIIII'hl'l1, lo a satin miks, live oaks and cypress tree
\flip punch bowl "The Lord's Prayer", The traditional pill box She carried a colonial Hint ire mild to he several hunduil South 8th Street Phone 261-381

Ann is a graduate of Riverside I Mrs. Juanlta Wilson kept thebride's I wedding marches were uned. nosegay centered with while or. friars" oldKliimo
book. : red vine, wild --- -------- -- 's
I The church was lovely with vases chlds mid showered with sh pluu. trumpet!
Hair Styling of Jacksonville and Specializes I; For tlielr wedding trip to Day. : of white lilndlolns, baby's breulh, I not Is. The bride's gown win designed I Itinvjxmklc, and rimlcdcrulp roars (
tona Beach, Mrs. Pet-pies wore a I and larkspur adorning the altar and mode by her college line the day bunks In xmnmc-i,
in Facials and Manicures.FOR dress of powder blue whippedcream I Lighted tapers In candelabra turn mate, Miss' Anna UndCrry.I In winces, when the honks and!
I I with white accessories and I I vlded a soft glow during the ser Immediately folh.wlntf/ (the turns I art harp, there lire !HrniTo'in'' YOUR !
APPOINTMENT. : CALL 2Gl.1! !)2) j i the white orchid from her bridal vice I mony, II reception was held al 1'1'00// flew tt Lake Lamnnla to the rant. HEALTH

bouquet. I MM )David Ward Jones was the I II Eure nulldlng.! I Any lime' (if the yenr, there may
1323 North 14th StreetPITTSBURG j Miss Edith Spence of Waresboro, I bride's matron of honor. Bndei- Mrs. Is erndunle' of hI' a surprise around any bend sir
Simpson a
Georgia caught the bride's bou.I maids were lulus Anna Rndfiey, lie road A flak of wild liiikcv, ,
Beaufort lllch School and Is now a
lug bunk or a 'posHimi family, to safeguard it is our
I quet. I Miss Janice KlnK, and Miss Hos( senior al the University of North a i *

|lOut of town guests were, Mr, and :I lie Jams Carolina! Mr, Simpson Is i giad- tn blue aiiiiimn/ coveys of IIUIIII| the primary aim .
Mrs, Archie Courson, Mrs. John The utlcmlnnls wore Identical hale of Heiiiiloil High Sdiool l mill putter out' of the brush alnnu
Spence and Mrs Jewel Davis, alii floor Icnuih gowns of lavendar orHHna I Is a 8111111'It North]; C.irolin.i. Sl.ileCollege. iinkH.. In rimy wlnlcr the summer From( prescription Hen Ice lo
The filled bodice featured a inks fly d\cr at siin',cl. headi'd cal
| of Waresboro, Ga, Mrs. Lucy Da-1 I ( the highest profeHmionnl
neckline! wllh a crushed for roost on one of I the 21 KlmnlH .
Vii and Mr. and Mrs. TalmadcgoCourson stoop I ibre to top brands of pCodwta
Waycross, Ga. fabric roeII the waist, and their I Mr Simpson' Is the grandson of In the luke, and the till! ('llIIod..s<
I skirts were bell sliupcd. The head. Mrs Henry SkipixT, Fci'''inmlimi come, In V nnrnllon,. from HH Rulf, (4> alleviate common
I I plcl'clI're made/ of mulching ,) Beach Ills mil her Is the limner linking like curs In a trail ii' Jam: i cold H.vmploms, we're every

Hewers and a circuhr veil They Miss llau'l' Skipper. | :Now/ ii'a miilhiK lime for the 4 '? I hind/ for year health.s .
f i I s' 1 : McKendree Is carried ccilomiil nosegays( of purr The couple will make their home null. They walk In pairs, wing In iy
t pie asters and while daisies. 111 Itjlilsl; ). North! Cninliin. II InU, down Meridian rimd, pic Mint elf pJ
(Continued from Page One) .u. ut I sinus and worms, SIKIII they will I i
,irago alone and (dike burns mlnd- (l
I Accompanying Morrow to the Installation Rev. Hamilton To Describe Challenge Inn :DID nest. : .. ,
was Morris Skipper, aM Now I lillli' nctirn boys walk nlnnKIP
of Jacksonville and a zone chairmm IP Kliouldcri with llHliInu pnlrK, mod ;i J

who awarded perfect attendance Of Taiwan In Pictures Sunday Night lung strings of fresh hn-ini" |I : i
plus to the following Linns. Old negro men rue|> ulmiK In I
George Lenience' 15 years. wllhi '' COLD REMEDIESSTEGER 7
'mule drswn wagons lundrd
hnd nmlrtcr.cd I -
MII.I.SOP Chnrrh of Fnrmo
Sanders, \11 I
Clayton years. .
SunseflPAINTS I Taiwan, 11! How exellmil lo b* work among the Ihlnnd Inuit new i hay l i i 1
Carson McKendree, 5 years. I I. Negro women In bright. bund'mm -
"on the Heene" and to bring an eye.wIIness grooms i major emphims
John Tlliakes 4 .
ycsrs. tutu unit ,
Tbl"'l'culturlll minorities h.iveresponded '1'1I1'1It'rlI'lIr time lulucio n. DRUG CO.
Ben Clarke and Max Wesley, 3 report on Taiwan loduyli I. '
lit iuil'ln'
1111'I roadside ciiminlsnry | Ielms' i
to 'hl11I"011' | '
In the
Taiwan, that tiny Island
i '
yen Doug' Decker, 2 i years. ,I'I I! South Paellle. nlrnnuliolil of Na. j rome limits the church In ft:cat ninii- I Now;. life, Is l.i/y Along; Meridian,/ !I IrUlIII 207 ATLANTIC AVB. PHONE 261..1x31( :( II' ;

I Ben Clarke, outgoing president, tlonalM socially:: China and: Cfrinomieully piilitieallv::) : i strategic\In a, I II hem.Composlnit. only two per cent of I I n"JIf'lHlllly, ii'5 |hurl, lily I

was presented with a past prexl. the told of Taiwan anal|
'I hungry population
slate of flux and spiritually -
A WIDE RANGE OF EXCITING COLORS TO CHIOSE FROM dent's pin and received a warm occupying a lowly place both economically a
round of applause from the entire
and these
initially crnunsreplvseitt
1 Taiwan (s a nation whl'rrul.. s
club for his outstanding service
about 411 per e<'nl of the
during the past year.It turallv divergent Kroups of people tidal ilHirth momhrrsliip. Their s
live side by side and seek to bar. :
; was also announced at the response! has 1 been mprecedenli-d,
Ill' their IiCfl'rl'I1'I'Il'bl'r..
mooting! that Clarke has been named mOil ( but many are Illllerilc and dn not Sure I'm Smiling.
young people are growing up tori .
recently as a tone chairman understand what fully
between (lie rliiidlty of old tnl.I acceptance
hl'3 h thlj:1: : Preceding the Installation, Morrow i lure and the thrill\: and I"raselnatiui: i iI Implits. Tiny must lx taught, and
talked to the Lions about the I r InereasmKly mlssloniirles, njillonul
yin?' of the new.Mere .
; Northeast Florida Eye Bank, which West! and East are drawl church pastors and translators lirerrsiMinctinK My Mom Has New Appliances From Suburban
Is sponsored Jointly by the Lions InKether in a composite of confus. to this thiiDcnuc(,
of this area and the University of Here the This IH the work In which the
Ion and oppiu iunlty tfov.
Sunset Latex Flat Wall Paint Florida.In ernmrnt of N'ltionnllst, China ItmoderiLblnit Rev. and Mrs. K.: cif H, 8'rvII'IoI'Xt Hamilton !have. You'll Smile Too When You See How Easy It
citing the local Lions for their ednoillon, hlMhw'YI, yearn
Modern wall beauty for living rooms, dining $3.98 assistance with this project, Morrow aiirletillure and Industry In a short Sunday, July S, they will show

rooms, bed rooms. . applies easily, dries I noted that 164 eye transplmts lime Taiwan Is an area of change slides of Taiwan at the 1st Presby.trtlan Is Buying Them.
quickly to a smooth, flat finiSh Choose from 60 eAL. have already been made where the church Is seeking to of. \ tlmrth following a Family hour
and fellowship
beautiful colors. Ralph Kesr, former Lion was fer stability and lICe Night supper M
cited by Morrow and presentedwith The Presbyterian thimh of For. beginning at\ S'411 p m.

Sunset Semi Gloss Enamel a pin far his work as Incul mesa (Taiwan) Is a lonK-eil.ibllxh. The Rev, imlllon will pretich.
at both the R:4 and II AM services
chairman of the Eye Bank comwWtre. ed and Independent branch of the :
Matching colors in soft semi.gloss sheen for $4.98 church universal. In 1'Wi' this and the lords Sulphur will Ranges Water Heaters Refrigerators Heaters =

trim.work, kitchen and bathroom walls., ,resists I At the conclusion of the meeting I church will celebrate Its tenlea. be observed _
abrasion and dirt washes off easily. I
smudges % Clarke, before turning the gavel slat only a Ct'W1'01'8 after the M
Sunset House Paint aver to McKendree, expressed his Presbyterian U S centennlnl. Smoker Say: And They Handle Their Own Financing With 12, 24 or 34u
appreciation to the members for The Taiwan church Is self-Knv.,
Balanced formula provides easy application," $4.98 the fine cooperation accorded him crnina and a member, of the World ITS A LOT CASIERTt7 Month Easy Payment Plans =

fume-proof protection, good durability, plus 1 during his term of. office, Council of Churches, Its almost. PRCVfNT Ti4MJTo _
170,0(10 adherents are oriianl/cd Into t
good color retention Choose from 8 popular OAL. fANTROLl1

colors POOO Walt Kelly than some 4(10 of 800 them cnnKrcifulinnH Taiwanese,and more the FIRE Besides That, You Just Can't Beat Their Service ::

remainder tribal churches. The
Sunset Floor EnamelRenew

and beautify your floors and steps with $4.98 w .v I laid foundations nearly for 100 the years church age by were mis.slon I They Serve All Nassau County With Radio Dispatched Truck's

new SUNSET Floor Enamel Provides good pro.1 I r1es from F.nulund and Can.,
tection with a subdued gloss.3 popular colors. OAL. adi. 1 And Qualified Service And Delivery Men. ::
Since Wurld War II, missionaries
from other Presbyterian uroups

HardwareFIVE base\ joined in the work, Including 21 HmiM .\. hay 7 Rmrth 7th St. =
Five Points Grocery & a large number from our own Suburban -

i hurth The relationship Is that ol' Metered Cull led. Hulk Phone 26t-'itiit: ; =
brothers working together In I Propane

POINTS PHONE 261-3203; common task, rather than that of GavSeniee:. !\ Fernandina Itench, Ftl"ir
the lone missionary in the midst """'= -
YOUR COMPLETE STORE of non-Chri.liann.M rise.. be estes cerefat -
rec.t ,.... rlwshyea this yssrl


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Six News.Leader, Fcrnamlma flcaf-h, Florida Thursday, July 2,14_ _] J

I .- -- I ness em a hlKli piretnliiKc{ of or.I I Watershed Project Regular f Exercise Can Provide Both

the Ingredient. bit ate effectiveIn
cither wash or rinse water. I Invaluable To

J For The HomemakerBy I d.To Pine be eflccme Oil Products as d sinfectanUthese .

least 80 compound percent pine must oil eunluln They may at Soil ConservationWatershed programs are ofIIrewlllll Physical and Mental Tonic, says AMA :

be added to either the wash or
Impirtanee to both farm
rlnso water and city, Finery; Williams, chAir. ,
4 Mrs. Mary N HarrisonHome NOTE: Chlorine bleaches and IIII
man of the Agricultural blabiliza.

-Demonstration--. .Agent compounds store pine oil lo for try outlets products ciuulernary. a drug It arc may or Bold or be Janitorial phenolic In neecisary mOILlroec'ry I tlon the sharing gram Agricultural and.In ad assistance moot Conservation! recently cases Conservation available Is Slate an And Important Com.mlllc't' cost Pro.thru. [j] 1 it l L 1 + 1 1i.1:

: .
SHOULD AN OVEN BE LINED I I using public cc In up laundry cen factor In getting watershed
WITH TOIL TO KEEP IT CLEAN T ten cither communal washing EQUIPMENT: : COOKS
or CLEAN j'
I farmers ta commit themselves to Sir.I..I.. | 10 I ....]. Snack b gli. she ion .. .. ... wI
M .
H .
)*.. ,Where foil the heating'ekrwnt ; facilities. gk it.ppti ((10 tale dor'i) a. !i. plea l> Side fciidif (IS I* 111..1.) 5.i kid < .
covers UrL Burners
I feelant must klJ1l BETTER; SAVES : carry 111I1 I the needed land treat fog kim and .,... thin Ilis elk,, .1..lght ...' bt.dPmk .
It prevents proper rlrcul A laundry dish: that sputter and ovens that smoke Spent measures and In speeding up I .
titan: of hot air and wont product many kinds if bacteria. without are sure signs of wasting some of their appleation! I, : .
Mf even baking results the oven leaving a residue harmful lo skin the fuel 1 you pay for A lean range The chairman pointed out that
TM. engineered to give Ilanu ex and must ml change the color or I helps cut costs looks better lasts In addiliin lo direct agricultural 1 II.
:earls It Is wiser lo limit tollsad other properties of the fabric It lLIDJ1
say Ion lieI' and co ks be'Her Rule No benefits watershed programs mean
] wash the oven as needed If should be used according lo directions : 1 Is to avoid hlKh temperatureswhich (CI) adequate supplies of clean -O"'J-.J [
the foil can be placed under the I I basing the recommended I cause bull.oveis and spattcrs water <12'' less damage and expense .I: -
:,..aUDit clement as II tan be inHume quantity on the gallon capacity of i iI Rule No. 2 Is to l'It'lln-al-You. from floods and erosion and

electric ranges It Is pcrmls. the washer or tub USDA Agricultural go using a sudsy cloth or sponge from stream and reservoir silts. to II M.n hand ttid Cud St.rt b.cl with litm Stod. t U ) H.iidi boktd k.d,
16 I
Research Service textile up ( Iimml.) twit{ 1 It U III lim./l) ng .n ( hl"
;sable to use It I bac.I I followed by rinsing. Rule No. 3 Is lion and 131 better more accessible ".m.a .. kinds tad intit. Startle, III Mind pt bint, ti.ndt b.hisd k..d, tad shun I std "ail" .1 ttrldt /d:J .. ry :: eight ,I.,. keep b/l
terloloil| ls have named lour types' to give your range a thorough recreational facilities ales" .ith nab .id met might. I I.WH rank I. faror.nd M p"uibl.. .,m tig .Ib.. I* .ppoiit. tot III ,Inn. lift has .< Daw. lUtiirii .nd i..ar.b. .
: .ARE THERE HEALTH HAZJtKDS of effective disinfectants lt ; I cleaning at least nee a week I The backbone of any watershed Uchmram Chlorine I I Bleach
IN USING PUBLIC LAIADY : a Liquid GENERAL: METHODS }'ORItAiE program he stressed Is the llmtly
Health aiilh- If used this should be aelekd to _
EQUIPMENT' : CLFANLINESS: : : establishment by farmers
'.-Itici and resenrdurs Renrrilly the( wash sour 'before' putting In cloth towel ers. and woodland( owners of neededconsl'rvallun R ISOMETRIC EXERCISES-
.. that laundering with hot the clothes i' so that( the chlorine 1 Use a dry or paper the land n y ..) ..
free they practices on I 1 I 00 rb '.11.,1.11 manias do .01 ...
seem as
will be removed In rinsing to wipe up spills as ; Cs + .. .
wtler and soap or determent\ felItawed content because In the 1I'lh'fhllt'd.' Public Law 566 ( .. .. ban 'h. mYleuhr an
This Is Important Wr
bleachesare occur. .... ..
: by dryer-drying or air dry' Remember that chlorine food contain acids which under which the largest number of / 1..11. 0. of Ih.l .d. ,.
tag In sunshine out of doors. Is asafe I harmful lo wool silk and cer. many organized I. .h.1 mmq ear b. dean .1 lima
"cat" Into the enamel If left on.Dun't watershed programs now and sham .h... ner.al, .....1..
procedure for ordinary home lain dyes while the have lain developed provides thatFtodc'ral c..,...... ''t I. II 11..1. Ue gnad.asi.d. T.I.,.. ''t I. II ti'...). Sit; .,th bs ..d arms wutd b. l..p."lbl.. ask m I. Ih.
:'inndry normal clrrumMnnresHcwevcr b. Quaternary Compound. I apply water cnn jsslslanic for works of Improvement b.... 5.11, ..1. hip ad .ilh M. and arm ,1..I.ht .....d.d tegM, Tad "..... .. oppoits toe. .Ifo... Hold each ...,...11.. ,.....
U. S. of An- mil Is hit as this may "craze" the if lash Ia te ."..ite had ..1.'. and ...,.i.. ..1.,. ..d ...,.i.. oppo.il.. folio f. Its sm"nda .. kpman. .b.ppuib
Department If the will be available only
: Throe are effective only finish but when (he surface has sal assess. .
tulture research indicates that. content of /It'lIvc" ingredient Is cooled wipe It with hot soup or de. I the owners' ef nit Ins than 50 per ,......
:.Wing a disinfectant during Imimler.'lasl hlkh and only In rinse water he. suds and rinse water. I lent of the I lands In the drainage
Urgent Thrre'l more 10 phr.lell fitnro. conrrrned about nrenpih and) sad blond vessel di.ess'. Actl.e
retention cn.
; can help to prevent pu.niblea I cause they are activated In the area abivc etch proposed
M 2. Wipe the I lap and slide-out enter Into then mere mu.cles. but Cla't dunnce In I pu.h.button prupio h... fewer hart attacksbe
> ,read of dlBiast.ta mlng line'tot'laIM presence of dele'runt meal rcscrvoii In a project you .pen !
Phe'nolle Compound. I crumb Iraq AftrrI'h iiMpeniciits to carry out the rccom- truly healthy sod I bundle 01 Bill the fact I.. the human and e Letter recovery nine when I II'I O',;. 6l.d.,.
there.In illness In the fatuity or I c. 3. Think or the oven as a cooking
mended' sell-censervation measures gab 81 h. same lime. body was not designed for push such attacks do occur ;..h h..d .1..1
also depend for effective. needs to be washed' :
'neighborhood especially when These : pun which ( hadth."pol had
: farm plans ut for work aid Dr
after use When coil, remove all and shed plans To be ph.lcall fit you must buto'4 The bed excels It enJoy.Lle .paint hand, ,
thelalt'r pro. he ab.eaee
Since or
racks, and let these dynamic exercia Acti.III.1{ cock II hk{
shelves and be bolh lit and
medlc.lI dynem
P L. 566 funds fir lilne.
no through lick 01 physical
soak In a sink or washtub full of lug swimming skiing tennis or
fibTheIwo dons
BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTY hot suds This nukes It easy to treatment tritcal{' measures situations except ACP In assist certain .arily belly go hand In Mnd p.lNS assesrarer out us 10 I delrimrnt 10 heallh.a gardening along whit t their Phri '2'' Thl..... hub
all Inside surfaces. nexksand Furthermore muscle lone, or teal benefits relief la.h.ad aatsst []
reach can provide
Invaluable In help. R d L Whl "I.D .
POUND OR SIDEDINNERSSANDWICHES ance has been amon tr. .,
BY THE crannies with aI lathered lack of II, can be I lector (In. Ih"l ,d ak1sldAad a pnko
hog accomplish watershed conservation I En.lronm.ntal l .dicinedircdor Ind msafe serving I' a ..,.t
... cloth or sponge your whole outlook on fife. .
objectives. Mr. Williams said. Medical Services for the Ameri 1I.luullr.nqulllzer. .1".1.'
4. Wash the broiler after each Strength and endurance, de.el. I
Florida had 16 organized
In 1903 When here II
Also can Medical Aaocmios{ no opportunity
off while I I
use pouring the grease watersheds cither In the planningor oped through regular exezdee for Iukinp exercise In such form,
SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS still warm. When the pan Is cool, operations phase under Public Medical fitness means body leads to skill sail agility .nd towevcr.. I daily walk and eerie
10:30: A.M. TO 12:30: A.M. DAILY oak It and the boiler grills In hot Law 566 In which 612 farms rereived "ndnes. This caa ba d.t.r. adds to pulse and Irae. Not 01 .ali.thenle. much !Ill:' IirJ.1o1 but IJ '
stiff brush, can provide .
SUNDAY 4 I).M. TO 12:30: A.M. luds Then and dry scrub with a ACP assistance In carrying mined, only by a medical. ....,. d. dilly tasks become easier. you ,he H" Toni, pink hall,Iambs.sta.Ikon
rinse jut conservation practices! These mien Dn.mlc fituM or 'action .100 look bailer and a feel more ,Yd ,.1... 1. tho
DINNERS TO GO 5. To ltx>scn stubborn .greasy.amonla film practices Included constructing per. upeclty' It e me..uremenl of II as In social .lIu.lion.. Above are a few examples of a.. ......,. ,
place a bowl of suds and lu dls .dentlrcnlly sound enercises. .
: mancnt drainage systems
I :
strength .lllitand endurance
Even evident,howevcr.
: MABE'S RESTAURANT I In Then the wash oven or away broiler the overnight softened I pose ipillways of excess and other water water constructing control h. N.d.. the benefits more to physical hearth are "taken.physicatalFitthne eaA"1fA pamphlet d dally., (4)Si.' Poe j"

SlIth Phone 261-VW! : grease with clean hot suds next structures. establishing permanent "A person who shuns letlvltr Dr. Wblte{ pointed eat they will help to iner.l7. muses. r.::. :the.. uaigM 11: fmy )
Street day. I vegetative cover and applying liming o. a '" ,,, bill of health'." Since exercise. le a factor, "In ,lar strength' .body. mppleoe.s. and. r' .. kigh -,.'"' : j
Wash warming ovens and 110 end push
w : malciliU' to permit the growthof I from his doctor bllt If he .n'l weight .0Dlrol. It Indirectly aids motor reaction.andtoImprove cit. ,9enJuro :..
legumes and grasses for soil l even slight eerlon{ h.'. In preventing degenerative die culalion end ether Cody functions. '
protcctli ACP cost.share assist- fib On the other such diabetes end '
: hardly pby.leally eases, 01 .1"Start
I ante and farmers' eontiibutions{ for hand nehber Is I the athlete with thrhl.. which are more prevalent warned out and slowly, Dr White III Soda. !Stabs II':,
such amiuntid lo about gradually work up rah track '
practices a chronic or undetected health In the obese. amb, pooh
1400 thousand during the year. to the pilot where 'Oil can do :::/:".! I
I problem Evidence indicates that eser all of these nuchel qlllclil'1 dal., Ih:. ,Ylh ohm

Need A Good Salesman? South Unit ChurchTo In a sense 11 teems. silly to b. .1. also say h.lp prevent heart Wilboul ItoppiDIo last b ..... maam.
Attend Convention : -- -- ----- --- ---- -- "

Presiding! minister' Simon Mon. I I !
roe. of the Fernandina Beach South 1
Unit of Jehovah Witnesses. an I I II
Good salesmen ore so hard. to come ,by {that many a I nounced last nightthat! the\ District'I III Year 'round : t '
Convention be held at the
retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to Coliseum In Jacksonville this year. : "f I II
II Members of the South Unit are I II

rub when he needed more help to sell merchandise.It l I beginning to make plans for the
four day meeting that will take Carrier
I place July 9 through 12
would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales. I age drawers the same way II:
I 7. Wash doors with suds both

..... man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make I Inside, wash and out.it at If the a dour sink Is with removable hot.

y; .!all.L the,.4allsnecessarywht: ,q, could knee every customer, suds 8. Use and a rinses well-lelhered percolator' I' I),)" ale.Air; : Conditioning and Heating a .. ,
trash. pipe cleaner or cotton-tip
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=- I I knobs, handles. and switches

It would take a magic lump to find a man who didn't

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I .'\ 'M-IxMdf I r, rVinandina) Beach, Flm'Idr. Thursday, July 2, 1964!) Page Seven**

I S outs Slants FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK I Golf Association Braves Win Over Standings =-* ,

r, BY CURT CORDONs OpOSSUM COMMON TMRUOUT/ Slates Tournament Hornets, 5-1 llfTLE LEAGtESdi.ilois 7.,2:.,

: 4 ALL PARTS OP FlOWm For Fourth of \l Taluhri nissed, a hitler for Braves I _3WORLD'S
$ BY CURT GORDON Eddie Justice blasted two homerum July lloinelsCubH 4 --5
I IN TOWNS A* WELL AS the :MitiiiMliM l ltuven as the Braves
The | for his Jet team In Little League I 4.5
? Little League and Senior I IN 'HE WILDSsSEREfiyE liumUd the llnriulti" a 5.1 loss last
leagues will complete their res.pecUve on Tuesday afternoon, He also I Don liniwn} tom"mrnt tlulr. KlidilV aMeiiumnK Jots 35
seasons on Friday of this had I two singles to give him a perfect \ J SELDOM SEEH SECAUSf man for the rrrn.indina Broth Gulf ItitllcgK: 2 :-0
:Iwcci unless there Ire lame make. day at the plate : ,, h, IT SLEEPS IN THE DAYTIME/ I Ai.soel.Uion' : :, : unmiiiiunl: ::;::: : : tnriiiy Hut;: : Murk>'('hellivn', Urine Gregory and \\OMtN: LEAGUE -

'w, Tames to be played that were hitters (for
Mu' Iliavrs '
with two
:dolled bacauoe of raid. So far theMasons The Falcons and Redbirds played '. t SEARCH OF FOOP AT NIGHT I pelilive 1 I'l.i)' 011> Saturday July 4, hits nplcce ind llaiitresttillliek 8 5
Criimpler getting
have made out fine with all possibly the title game In Sen- e A TIONfi DIGESTIVE The tournanu'tul \\ill\ be a llestm I 4 11
i : : ;:: :: a double l.ilbird, Sieve Slublls,
schedule lor League on Monday night when PERMITS Bull ol 1'druue no ,
gee being played on SVfTEM ITTO all ilr tih Tommy !Skippu mid Clint Brown :MKN'S\ ;:/ SOFTBALL
;i-H -tr it it the Rcublrds edged past the Falcons EAT ALMOST ANVTHIN6ALL of the1 puliu'.' unnliimxl 1 humll- slimed In tin, Brave hitting, HiniiCkH It Cook 8 ."2

: Ybor Alvarez, the UmpireIn.Uef was lied by\ the going score Into of the 4.3.final The Inning game KINDS Of ANIMAL I cap ullimetl, .Billy 1.1"1". i I' and, WHvne VUcur. IsluiidirsChcmUII 9 ::9;J
keeps posted on the tour. : FOOPASWEetASFRUIf/ Play is restricted 'to membrraonly 7 II
The win put the Redbirds In hole .43.T_ rondo got Ito' Iwo hill' made by the
JsMQtnts happenings and there has possession of the league lead, : : BERRIES t, GARSAGI 1 I and an eutry h',' of tl will be HoriuU, I'm'(us 8 "9
,1IItt a slight change in the first charged, l'I'ltl'h will gut to winning KAC 3 .12
I I 0* tl
arrangements for the Little League The Falcons and Redbirds played 1/.' / -- 'POUCHtP'MAMMAL. : 1 I teems llornds( Dim I KHI' 1 2 'I -

fatrnamcnt. Fernandina will playJllrrlanda a fine Senior League game on I I IN NORTH AMERICA 1 I Mimbeis me urged to pick tlwlrpllrlnc'l's Bent CH 2W( 010: 5 Ill'( MORE SPORTS Otf
at seven o'clock on Wed. Monday night of this week with the / NEAR EMBRYONIC YOUNG and arrange fouiminiesfor How\em and Miller: Tulbird and
VMday night. July 22 Instead of 11 Redbirds finally winning the game 1/ v. I the hnlld.iv event Urim, PAGE 9
'da The winner will travel! AM BORN \IN 15 DAYf ;'
$ game. 4-3 The winning run was scored Following ,pliv tin 1'0I11pl'llIu"M| "
4o-,Naval Mr Station on the next i j In the last Inning of the tense brittle I K LIVf Idle MOTHER'SPOUCH will enjo nichliininls[ lit the clubhouse
flit Ybor add KNoW YouR. UNTIL .
to play Forest VIew, between the two top teams In e ABOUT
4 that a Jacksonville radio alas the I % Z MONTHS.. OIP ------ -- .-
; league.
ttok will broadcast all games of
bC. tournament 10 If you can't (tolisten. Legion Post 54 and Gnlnc \ille I p;,% MAMMAL THAT CAN Senators Eke Past
We will Inform later .
you tangled In a fine battle Wednesday N WILDUFR HANS BY ITS TAIL
Welch station will carry the game. ,I nlxht at the City Ball Pal k before $ TRACKS a Hornets 5-4 COSTS ONLY $139.95FEDDERS

'1 'j1' : Gainesville scored In the sixth and ,

I erry Rowe I li making/! real i seventh Innings toI In the game I FLORIDA GAMg AND PKlfH WATER FISH COMMISStOft
I line for himself In Senior League: ,' 2.0 Fernandina lost to Gainesville I The Hiwunls Sinnlors and the

Terry tossed his third no-hlt there a couple of weeks ago, 12.2, Concilia llormMH pl.ived a fine Lit-
B -- --- ----- - --- lie Leuuue
game: Tuesday night
game of the season last week. Cf little lefthander should be Tom Tilman tells he ,hopes to the lltii'mIs Ml t to Ilio scare IIIIl f& .
the a .
tl 1 pitcher when he gets a little land the American Legion Base II Rotary Jets Blast Hardee's Bows ToUtilitiesMoore's | No-Hit Game of 34 1 I'mil team culling six hits, r- !...:, "

"'er. Maybe wo should say If heMs ball Tournament over here this The Siiiiilors took the lend In the ,'o' t ply..\ "101',''''I '',"\\I'''''' '' ''i'' .'

any better some major leaguebhtb year, If Fernandina Is lucky eunuch II(AC Redlegs 15-9 I Sees hull giiine with' II run In the I list! ,dl\> '1'< lri tiiti lliilii,'
mlRht sign him right out offenlor to get the tourney, It will bring a but the lloincls I! tiimo bock to He 't, '!!t;,! ':ifu : ii iii
League number of fine LcKlnn tcums to the game vtllh a run In the thlid, !
.r play here. We hope to have a fav. The Rotary Jets belled 1 out13/ In Doubleheader Take Braves then muted I lie itn.Hhcnd! run ill' Jililiin''i\\ li ,, !tm lrP'III: !i,,:
orable report soon. base> hits to hand the KAC RcdlcKsi (ho fouilli, The !Seniilor crone back ; ,I,! )Ij ''U'l'I! !! I

1 1t tt tr"yBitlKart > i I 15.9 Little League loss last Thurs. with 2 inns III I the, last of HM t iryilp I ;::'; ,1a711kmllw' h i inaMer r... '
Public Utilities upsi-l Hauler's in Io \\hat fluid IN'| lamed 'the I i aIIMI \\ I :, ., il,
cne of the University of lay night. foul III to tie Hie More auuln The ""IIJ'11:1 I 1 I I I! :+: Ii'1: : / ,1,1
.t- '' the first game of a doubleheader slrangc l lame: of the year link + N
Florida pitching aces last season Billy Burbank was the leading llurnels scoied In the sixth after 1.
tst has joined Bill McRae at Quincy, h liter for the Jets with 3 hits, Dim- by the score of 53. then Mooie's plate Tuesday iifttmoon' lit I the the Senators went' out In front with

).I Illinois In the Mid-West League B Id Surlano, Eddie Justice, Dill handed Hardee's a 12-2 thcllnckuu Little League park The Itnllcgs/: 2 runs hi 'the filth, but their rally
:- I In the second game handed the Methodist Braves a 3.0
fI Nja "-"" fell one run shuit
lover, Gary Lovequlst and Sieve
5 Mary Jane Tuner was the leadIng loss wllh neither team gelling abase '
Insley: took two hits apiece John Wlndle Illgglnhullmm and Eddie
Cubs Hand Senators: hitler for the Utilities team hit.
lover and Pete Peters also hit safe. Wilds Ud the !Sinnlors lit hut hid
14\ 1 y for the winners Surlano belled with 3 hits while Cathy I Dupson.Nanilou The Hi! ilk'KH scored I the furl run with 2 hits aiilc'to' mid :Plot Sth- 4000 BTU INSTALL-IT-YOURSELF : r
e 4 triple, with Peters, LoveqiilKt Smith, Matt Mcnsheu' of the (Mine In I Iho opening Inmnu rants mid t.mlil Goidin getting I the ,
I Loss Little
.,t d In :nslc)', Burbank and Dull Cover Carolyn: Knight and Linda Evam or the gume, then added, the lulu( other Kcniitor hits. AIR CONDITIONER
i collected two hits each, Miff
2 In the mxlli
I Ittlng doubles Keith Cason led the Hornets with
S a II IIII League Actions : :1 Bob Godwin got two lilts to lead Knight/: two and hits Patsy for Utilities Jones got Ihe'olhl'r AI) Tuluud HUH' the lislnu. 1>lIdwr'' 2 doubles vtllh Bobby Burlnn mid Despite Hi wnutltnil, price, this li a Ftddirs thraufli sod thrsufli-

ic Redlegs In hitting with Bobby I although he did nut alley a hit?, David DOWCTS gelling: doubles, Buddy es' unearedwllhtheacsandqualitythathnmadeFeddarsthelargest.albng ( .
The Chem-Cell Cubs handed the talking, Crosby Avery, McCclland June Roland and Emily Kiege struck oul 13 and walked 7. His ;:, Glbbs and ,Wajnc Vlxeui'rondo lit tondllltnw In tits _Id. Damn with thi (ha"us carts te! .
led Hardee'a with 3 hits each with ,
0 0see Klwanls 1 Senators their second loss iiof nd Cook getting hits for the losers, mound OPIlUnl'1I1UM Dttlitlil\ : Key had singles for the Hornets. Cooling iKMdds It"yurss4t'lnitillitltn- piKSWMthsf ,rwl' .".
I I Audrey Mulll' getting Iwo Tauntc rollout lids pods sass,, s rolisilcnil InitillitlM In atdnds.CHUCK'S
1 the second half of the season W bikini, Cook and McCelland get- 1 Smith, Jcanette Henderson and | and Key stunk out 7, did not allow II I LINE SCORE! ,
I afternoon, 41. Max tl doubles hit and walked only 2,
1 II ast Thursday ng Deasy MMtox collected one hit Hurnels 001 111 4 II
I fiord' did the pitching for the Cubs LINE SCORE
each for the losers LINE WORK! Sl'nollirs 100 22x :.10Boweis ;
and set the Senators down with Ji els 146 211 13 13 In the second gimc Moore's Leeper and Burton; McDonald ; TVsirnmoauvs.
Redlegs 1011 0112 3 0 I
j art four hits R cdlegs 400 4109 7
and Frrrelia
scored 7 runs In the fifth to deleiilHardee's.
... and Suriano, Braves 000 000 0 0 I
Mike Ashe Wesley Douglas Burbank and Cover: 122. Marsha Hamilton'shl'me God-ln ;: I
lohn Hollls led the Cubs In hitting G odwln and Avery.PERSONAL Key and Talblrd and i
run was the big hit In the Brow, Try A Classified
kith 2 hits apiece with Ache belt. I inning for Moore'.. ., .
-- -- --- --- -- -
I ng a triple, Waller Sturgcs got the FOREIGN AID Janice Fouler led Moore \l'llh'

: n l' ,r F 1 other Cub hit. During 1964. an estimated 3 hits while Jeanelle Cans, Sue
I McDonald 1 11 1 1000000
I Ladd Gordon. Ricky needy persons In 39 Silva Iris Mullls and Connie Cass :
\ : I\) Eddie Wilds and Billy Sutton got ei Minifies. will receive CARE ael(. had I two hits, Elaine Rowland, hue
1 he four hits for the Senators hi. Ip and medical asslatance as Harris and Hamilton had one hit I
i LINE SCORE I Kl I Its from Americans, To provide each, ,

Senators. 100 000 14th aid, which supplements CARE Deasy MalUx. Ann Herrington,
M I Cubs; 030 lOx 4 7 fcHiuslnbotham icd, programs, requires $7000000 Sophie Rice, Emily Flcge led the

Schrantz and Fer. I Irelra In i I contributions.roughly; $$ lor (I losers at the plate with 2 WN each'I .
Hord and Doughs. e.ery S persons who are helped, will Joyce Tlnme\', Jiiliy BeclmLTaamse ,

, r'--- had hits Smith for (Hardee Jimmlc. Timimcud

LINE SCORE: (first l game)
FERNANDINA BEACH Utilities 001 002 2 5 13 IN EVERY SIZE

Hardee's 000 111 0 3 II
at. C. Knight and Dopson; Alvarez .

' I (second game)
Moore' 110 07J 0 12 11
BEACHES" Hardee's 000 200 0 2 13
1 C. Cass and Reynolds; Alvarez

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their hunting regulations next sea ,,
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Co. 8mB WW limits several new regulations will\ e4 +Crr,,

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PHOTO According lu A. D, Aldrich dl-
1:43: lIm. 8:27: a.m SHOP rector Game and Fresh Water

2:26: pm 9:00: pm Rnll Waedinge Fish Commission the hunter will :

Going F.shin' Saturday, July 4 oceaalog rUm PoraeuePoMw be able I to round obtain basis i hunting and will licenseon be ,, ,?-,,,,,,,., Big savings on the only middle-
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Visit U. For 2:43: 9:24: aim Aepotnmenl required to possess a license In or. (I 10 billion owner,driven

Complete Line Of 3:29: p.m. 10:03: p.m 'uppllu :': :., o'sy' I dcr to hunt rabbit and unprotected miles! Your chance to enjoy
.. ... fur bearing!! animals The season 'family-size .
room king size
Fishing Tackle evOutdoor
Sunday, July I 5 for rabbit, fox bobcat raccoon y .
Reds Reel I 4s economy and sports car 'fuel,
opossum and skunk will remain A' .. --- is+5n.., Choice of !S I ,
Camping 3:50: am. 10:22: aim Studios At 504 Ash St. s -- engines including
open throughout the year i "" ''' basic V 8
V the lame that
11:06 tN
Equipment 4:32 p.m. : p.m. Phone 261-4586 The possession I of s spear having the famous Cobra.

6 lest than three tines or having Le
FIR I EST 0 N E Monday. July Rowland tines greater Ihan unc-sixteenlh k3a

4:52: a.m. 11:1: aim Inch In diamUcr.: or a mcihiinltnlspring yr
5.3: p.m' UPHOLSTERY guff or grab and a Huh! ul
11:1: Atlantic At. m.un night Is prohibited, The uw and -z. CompactFalcons
TUetida, July 7 NEW COPCRt' nR REPAIR: possession of any hunk peg, or ,i
, TO vot' other such device balled In such a''
5:56: ..m, 1"0.: a.m. ruRNTLRR: :
to be cipahle of taking
\ manner an !
Your 6:31 p.m. 12:17: p.m. NEW SPOT" COVERS alligators/ and suspended no that I)., ._. :C Big, savings on America all

8 FOR VOLR the ball Is above water or submerged '"' h ,
iti'edneday! July ALTO: \t ',, new compact Smartest looking
less thus six Inches Is also quietest-running. and
Ad Here 66:: n.m. 1:02: n.m. FREE ESTIMATES prohibited, I ,o; plushest,riding, too-thanks to

7:27: p.m. 1:12: pm. We Pick Up and Dl'/iver/ Aldrich said a new rC'lIulllll'n, \t.\: a wider rear tread improved

adopted' by (the Commission would "t : and extra' insula
Will Be Seen Thursday, July 9 & Lovequist the taking of wildlife from'I ::.,.. '
Porter prohibit .
I "A r,_,_... bon Choice ol1' different
7J:! : aim, 1 1:57:: aim General Contractors any conveyance having s tower or M J Falcon models, each a proved
2:06 other structure capable of bearing money saver from the word sol!
8:21: p.m. : pm. SPECIALTIES! ,
By 7 500 the weight of a person when such I '(

Friday, July 10 PJ. WWf.mSr: tower or structure Is more than ',' .,, ,
eight feet higher than the 10we.1bonom
R:18: lI.m. 2:4: am. CUSTOM: BUILT CABINETS .
surface of such conveyance
Readers 9:12: p.m. 3:00: p.m. EtTREMODE:ING BATE .

Complete Showroom Other channel provide for the use SUMMER SIZZLER SALE
1'Ide. Cour1eQ For Color Coordination of boat motors of no more than floe
Every Week! CHit C a.edeue Wrvey horse-power on Lake lanwnla and
Phone 261.3068ii Jackson In Leon County during .theopen

nelson for taking migratory
waterfowl Prohibits the use of recorded
game calls or sounds for

FUN IN THE SUN J :, and taking provides game measures animals In and which birds an, LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYYOUR

Individual could control certainwildlife
: I! when such animal or birdIs

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Faara. tl+l +lrl a 1Pooe"r7'

The Rec CenterBY 'I Free Golf Lessons

., r1h N I By Ed MattsonTo M.
SANDY: fl. .\:I'Dlto

Till'USD.\y,, JULY 2nd
MOMMi, JULY 6thUramiet Start
Adult Ceramics In the MondayPro "
U''m i 19.11'> In the Art !Room
al l 330 \".m.. Hunk Sides, Insiruc. "t i J 30 p.m? Hank Sides Insiruc.Sinlir ;
bur \tai Fd !Matlsnn has minoimud

Adult Ceramics In the Alt Roomal Citl/ens Executive MeetIng .: thai free lessons li., junior goiters
7U: pm, Hank Sides Insim. In the Conference Roim at will begin Monday. July 6.
cur. 4 00 p.m. The lesson will continue every

Teen Club In the Came Room at Javeeei In the Conference Room n Monday afternoon al 4:30: until the
7:13: cmIKIDA1 nl 00 p m ; NcwsU.iiler Juiuir Rolf tiimna

', JULY 3rd I Adult & Teen Ceramic In the Art r M. \fl mend ill August! 24-

Historical Society Meeting In |the|, IIIIom> at 7:13: p.m., Hank Sides, .a 1\I1111'ull I in'KI' Hut all yoiiiiusleiJwho

Conference Room at 1:13: p m. Instructor\ A JOINT: Blinilim DINNER PARTY honoring (three menhir of (the Ladiex Auxiliary I I arc Irftrc+l'd, In gulf lake advantage .

Sub-Tecn Club In the Conic Maud Squares Club In the Audi (to IV" t Ids'; !), \eterans of Foreign Wars "an held IIIleek( al( Seaside Inn. cf tin tree InstructlimHe .

Room\ ol 7:13: p.m. luilum at 7:30: p.m. Celebrating liirlhd.us( were. Mrs Hilda \alero. Department of I Florida Rehabilitation I: urged! also< IhnlIII Junin

SATURDAY, JULY 4th Buccaneer Coin. Club In the GameI.Klm I (hairman ; Mrs I.om Teasle>, 1'ret.ident! ( of I'm.t t Ib8; !); and !Mr. W, II. Franklin, auxiliary Hollers IHMM |>i'.id,ling for the 'tn.
at 7:30: p mHI nun) loin'n inn'nl its this year'senmpelillrn
Ceramics Pouring Class In the :SOU. JULY 7th member. Seated from left are, Mrs Jennie Sanders Mrs Mary {Cook Mrs I premises to be the
Art Room at 9.00 a.m. Hank Sulci Connie McElroj, Mrs Valero Mrs. Lora Heeler and Mrs Navel llohn. next. "tand-( stiffest to duleJoity I .
Painting for
Instructor Room al 7:15: p Leisure mBiibershuppers In the Art ing. Rack row, from left Ernest Valero. Mrs Betty Rogers Mrs laudie Williams : .two pinlKipatid, In I.M

Teen Club In the Game Room at\ In the Cunlcr. Mrs\ Janie Wheeler. Mrs. Anne )Douglas Mrs. Annaard.. Mrs" Ituth Kearns Mrs.' Ida I years omit unit' ih<' field' this NCIII

7:13: p.m. care Room at 8 00 p.mWHAtSDU. Ihdtr Mrs Mae\ Hornberger Mrs Betty Miller, Mrs Sarah Hurls, Mrs! Teusley, Is rxputed to lie l'un.hh'lubly k.. f 1

Bjrbusnoppcrj Show In the Au. :) : JULY 8th Mrs Franklin and Mrs George Miller larger .
ditorlum at 8:30, .4 rauglmt.in-thamiddie/ / Jane Fond tries tnnltt "btlunn ,
: p m 1---- --- -- --- --- --- --I Entries: are alii" idy coming In la peace -
Ceramics 11214i In tin Art I Ij her .,,, Kuhtrt" ( right and her rurrrnlhfurl
SUNDAY, JILY 5lh and! a complete liM of (hose to dale n ,1' friend Pulp ( )
Room al 3:30: p.m? lldiik Skies. In.il at 7:15: p.mbloik .ihrl,. KM. 1'nvtnr. inn. nwir/rom ".wrulnv. : in .\,....
Lutheran Church Service In the i'lie lor, I Shower In I lie tunlciinuRiKim Post 54 Edged 2-0 j Justice Blasts 2 I will bo piiblislcd in next week ) nrk t'/litf K tin'rliim ulna Han in HIP tint. Hrtrornlur/ allrarIKIII -,

Cunlcrcnce Room al 8:30: a.m. Sub:I -Teen Club In the Game It,mm I I al 7:30: pm. !I\\'N.1.I'dlll': ull J, ,\/",", ,,' /in n ro-.lnrn.in, mli1"hf.UVlen
TIIIKSDXY. JULY dlh ----- ---- .Iris i IrI"i, i I. finm on Wmuu II.r""o..O..HJ".Y eonutly
Adult Ci'ramln In (the Arl Room r In Close Game Home Runs For Jets The1 world\ \\"lIhl I be winked. out hit ltlr /','"k.bsiry tlirnleil.,
of HH tioulilm! In no time ill all If
at 3.10: pm, Hank Soles, lust rue.lor. : I ill of U"ltll'kl..1. Ihe WilY we think This movie filly\ [ lieM'en" ut the IIm\ Theatre Sunday and
With Gainsville In Chem Cell Game
The Nassau County Sheriff's Adult Ceramics In the Art Hoom evenbndv else cuulit to work Honda( ,ItiK "a \ ti(

at 7:13:: p.m. Hank Soles, liiblruc. I
I American Legion! Post 54 lost a ,i Eddie Justice' blunted too home
lor.Te'n Club In close contest lu the GIII l'\IIleI ( runs In lead the Rolniy Jets, to a
the Game Hoom! at
7:13: pm I Legion! team hue Wednesday' iil.lil( 10.4 vleteiy over the fhl'm.C'II'' MOVE UP TO QUALITY.
2.0. The gums was a sum'loss : Cubs. The Jets belled out a total
Proudly Presents Sailor Clllzuis Club In the Con.
deadlock for 11IlIlIhll1K before I of 9 base hits
firmer Room at 7:15 p.mMINKIPAL .
Gainesville pushed across I the IWO Besides the two home runs Just. Use Premium Jersey Milk
"Cartoon Carnival"A : I runs In Ihe sixth and seventh InnIngs I lee had) two single/ to give! him ipirfeel
Public Swimming<<: .
I night at the plate. Billy
Dolly 2'15 to 4 45 p.mEvenlniH I "THE TASTE WILL TELL"Another
Steve Beckett and Joe Tlirilt got Burbank had a double and single/
Wonderful (hlldnns' Movie! II I : 7:13: to 9:4j: p.in., except ':'the only 2 hits mule by HIP Hrnnndlna I with Gary Lovcqulsl John Cover' First!

I Sundays team while llonnie Sipp: I I and I Duff Cover gelling hits for the
FRIDAY JULY 17At Admissli: Lie Sludoiln, 3.x.: I was being nicked fur five base winners. HOLLYINIEI'ENIEN'I'HILL DAIRY

Adults I< blows. Lamar Rowland' billed a home
Family Night en Fridays ''ilill- I NEW
TheRecreation Friday Firnandmn III liavd tu run for the Cubs with Mike Ashe
then must be accompanied by "ONLY( ) : : ) : IHIItEIt'I) INK
Jacksonville to play torcbt In aI I {gelling a double and Waller Slur.
Center InstructionsHielsleied adult i I regular scheduled game, get and Jimmy Peacock gelling PLASTICGALLON FhKNANlMNA UK:.Mil"
Fernandina Beach Fla. In Office.Chlld'l'n' BOX SCORE: I hits Call 261-3198
Classes Mondtv.Wcdnrvddv I Calnrsv'Hie Ab r hI I LINE SCORE!Ii For Home Delivery
I Simmuns, 2b 4 0 11F.l'kdahl i Cubs OJO 010 44 JUGUnbreakable Fernandina Beach
Show Begins At 7:30 P. M. Tucsday-Thuihdjy! 9:15:
: Ib 3 1 1 I Jets 3J1 Ux 10 9
lo 12.00 a.m. ;;
Bender, Rowland and
Douglas; '
FOR TICKETS AND J INFORMATION: CALL Junior Olympics ]Monday) Gibson, 51 3 0 1 Lovcquihl' and J, Cover TASTE THE DIFFERENCE.
3 0 1
through Thursday from 1.00 to 2:00: GUl'nlher, C .. .
2b 3 0 0 I ...
mDlvhg Turlington ..C 3 1 1 Corp. David Mitchell v *
PHONE: 261.3868 i : Class Frldajs from 1:00: LightWeight TASTE THE FRESHNESS. .
iI I to 2 00 p m, Rick b'C cr : 0 0 g i iDeas Serving In Germany I ISill. .
Adult Class
--- ----- --- ---- .- --- Saturdays from 0 the Fernandinu Beach SpaceSaver To YOU!
3 0 Trout Farmer
I II 10.00 am. to 12:00:: a.m. (July 4th If I IPllvl'lka Direct From
I session cancelled) p S 0 0 Army Recruiter' received' Infurmatlein +
Totals 211 1 51Fernsndina I that David B. Mitchell, of Rt. Easy To Pour *
I Ab r hI No 1. Box 224. Yulee. who enlisted\ TASTE THE RICHNESS. .

Chem-Cell Upsets I Lblel, 2b 3 0 0 In the United Slates Army June 25 ReUsableNO
Thumoll, 1'1 2 0 0 I set!) after graduating from Peck

LOANS TO BUY OR BUILD Beckett, 31.1 3 0 1 High School, has been piomoled\ lu 5' r Now At Your Favorite Store .
KAC Ties With
; Cover, I' 300 the grade' of Corporal and\ has been I Ii DEPOSIT!
Miller\ rl 3 0 0 i recently assigned to serve In Ger.
'Islanders At 8-8 Schomas, 1l 3 0 0'' many 1 Ask For It
Thrill, Ib 3 0 J I David U and Leuttul Milclull, I II Ii .11 I .11\\
Whether You're Look-- riirm. Alvarez, 51 3 0 0 I partntC David reside Inulee. I\
: Cell upset KAC, the IIlanl l lkllleri ----- ---
'r.- .
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of last work, by a score of Sapp' P 200Melrnnld \lIt .
ing At Blueprints, or 3.2, Al Gmmilet betting t triple Ih, I 0 0

Homes For Sale. Our \Jyt. the frr the game winners for the big blow of Gainesville Totals ((100 sal .I..26-2 0.2 5 3 I 1 why not take wooden nickels? W-e.mean i the kind of nickels that! como:' from f-ee;;:: theyibsing;' of

i; 'l'rnantllna Oj, ( 0/0( 2 2 them the and the Forest business for And'tl ii the
i Allen lol'n( +on hid two hits and 0-00 milling shipping farming is good everybody.

Financing Can Help J WriKht hud! two singles, fir Them I best way to keep this great national' resource replenished. Although we maintain our.own.tmber.,
__ Cell Charles Corbdt. Butch Lee Donaldson Stresses '
You Take Prompt' j and Terry Babb also had hllParrlsh lands, we buy 803 of the wood'used! in our mills from independent landowners and farmers A
Lyons Shcnard' Row
':::I,,:) ,+, -- land and Kenshaw! gel the five hits Prosecution For r' ,money-crop may already be etandmg, ;' on your land Why don't t you collect some of these wooden
Sound Action. -
for KAC. I nickelstoo? CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA ISR) Fernandina Beach Florida
In the nlfihltip ClumCell end
the Islanders battled to an 8.8 I S. S. Violations \?' 'gran''
iLjidlock' In a game railed at the I mend 1. .
of six Innlnui because cf ruin "Law breakers will IIP vigorous. I 2irNews

Al Gin/ales had a home run and Iv prosecuted for vhlitlons' I of tile I | f
Let's Discuss It Before :single for 'hl'm.CI'1I wllh orbctl. Social': Smartly:: Act,.: the* Jiikvin-: :, .

I.. Smith and Alien Johnson Kit villa dlRlrld manager! of the S eldl

You Build, Refinance :'Inn two hits apiece. Ned Smith Security Admlnlhtrdtli: warned today I "
collected one for ChtmCill I '
Ben, Shave billed) a home r m and tpr?. ..m.;. .
Donaldson snld he hid Jimt Uarn- ,
BuyFernandina : .
'q i single! for the Islanders with Alnrez : .
ed that n public accountant and herassistant .r
,' Carl Jones, Nal Smllh and : : I
both,, nf Benton I Ti lines.I
I: 1 ally( huller getting Uo hits apkie ,
see, uric convicted In Cliatlan'io/a 1
Pee Wee N blci got one lilt for tin
: on June 2 for having committed a '- '.:
; Islanders 1 \
FederalI kcal of eight violations I .
LINK: SCORE: first( game) .'
I''I.AC; 010 (XII 0 2 3 The aeciuntant:' was convicted on 1 ..
:him.Cell 001 010 1 3 8 lour counts of charging I i fees not
Savings & Loan Assn. Lyuu and Thrift I; Smith and Lee aulhon/ed by the Social Security
Second Game Admlnislriilion. These fee sere

: '.landers 30:; 000)() 8 11 charged for performing services Iniinnulliin
Atlantic Avenue : with applicallin, filed!
202 Chrul ( (11 u 203 300 8 9 [
Powus: and Hi.bud; It. Cox and by i,tin'r p'rsnlll| clnimlng mcliilucurlly
J.> Lee biniliH She and her as. t %
ilstanl were! also cinvlctid in 1\\1' .
counts Invoking f.iKe Inlormulion
I and Hlilenunls which they gave or _1 '
canned to )he given tu the Ailminls

trillion. Thc pnrpinc of the filiplnf ) :

< rm _
carne aerial) security binrhti to IIP ?
paid l III amlhcr pcrmm mil entitled

ti miih pnnicnls. _
A fine of VWI, sir ImprlHiinmint
of one yeur or bulb I II provided InI
Ihl'I Serial Sicurlty Act as possible
fir each convlilun olun
lullii riitd foe' charging! IJ mild.
I !IIiicy/f1IkT/I/1I//j/ / /
son suit lie went on tu say thai

E any fie for services performed In
a HOCid security matter must br
t 6 !vr
approved. by the !Serial. Scciirlly, r f fNI
Administration! regardless of amount .
If the person charging II orn
'<'living it Is not un stlormyFvin "
attorneys must obtain prior

approval of fi'H exceeding certain

1 amiinnlH pre. '< 'rlbid by Federal
rcg'iltitions. he said Ir

He stressed the !great Impurtanie

1 r of lie It in B rornit' information from
your representative. Fd Kb'plm'r
who It at I the Court' House "irnandm q. r ta

flAIR CONOITIQNEQ heath every second and

fourth Thursday from Vim. to

The ideal balance of cooling and dehumidificationfor When Intending tn cause social

sleeping comfort! security payments lu bo mud
8111.: ;; where none arc anthori/id', a con
Instant Installation. built.in side panels. vlctli ol tech such vl lain n run
I Down
119 95 mean ai much as timm fine, or. Im
Bedroom Quiet E-Z prlunmcnl, of one year or bilh, he

Lightweight easy to handle. l'aJ menu advlsid Any suspected Irrexulurl
tin of this nature are quickly) and IL.
Quickly removed for storage. fully' Instigated by the Social. Security '. :
Administration "- ,.. ,
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Five Points Grocery & Hardware Womin were formerly exiludid : ,. . :. .
from mines due tu the old tupirtitiiti : }".!;'I"' .

a that the presence nf a -. ... ..;.... ..J.: J
woman in a mine was en evil nm< n. ,



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Associations Honor: ,/ ltljillii! i!

GoYemm'nt Agency, ;

Orlando, Florida The 1211 Insured 1 ALL STORES WILL g.f,

Riving anti loan a< otli-:, !: !ilj! r r
t tieRs In Florida arc htnnrlng rtiir. : illili 1 I) BE CLOSED ON
Only the top erodes of U S.
inn the July 30th anniversary of aft

(/ )"prnnn'nial spencv/ the Ft'd'rall ) 1 i JULY 4th SO II fl Government. graded beef wear
and Loan Insurance
Corp. II1j i!! li the W D shield Placed In tervperature I i
oration, William D Hussev exe.rutlvo .
SHOP EARLY controlled coolert, W.D
vice president of the Flurldn I I
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Savings mid Loan League annnunr. I'< V : B beef It aged to the vary peak ,

I Where tndav ? l 0, dD t 5 :: ff..:; J tn" 0 d IN g III III II of tender, flavorful goodnest by I, :: =
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Tale u the agency which Insures ;? ; W U GOVANMIN DtD '.
the account of member ansocla-I iiiiiijii''l! !! 'li 'lnaumiua;:; ,' 4i!. !jll; l latneitn.lI,l I l. / rosy I '\) noture own process! while, ltdl-! l "
,i! !! ;;,! ,! !! ?! : anuLii i W I' fresh. "'
Until to $10000 The FSLIC, front. I ,
June .22- / .,; ... .
cd by empress on 27. 1034! QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED > '
now Im re'uurcrs of more than a JULY 3RD F. ,' 1 I Choice i iwiNN .
bllllnn dollars and protects the lav- .OLIfsTORU.INO. ..1 ),f. .i"1 \ Crnter Oi :n 'II ."
Inns of more than 34 million Amerl- i j COPYRIGOT-I. ;"I r",M." e11.M? ', / ,

cans I ?' ... uu.M Slices BEEF SAt
Husscy Bold that Injured associations SO Extra Stomps with Sunnyland ;!:il .,. /' t '

are inking; \ port In the nationwide I Boiled Ham . *.... 69# f'1l," I Included I
.... ( I '- "
ibRcrvnnre In nrder tot SOE.aSampWth : .y.r ." : -
pay trljule t la the contribution* Any Size Tarnow Pizza "' ., '': i < Z "" : o/'d', ; /j
''f$ ..
made 1 bv the to thrift and FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND "J
agency ,. 9 9SExmStcmetto
I 50 Extra Stamps with Go Brand ; ..f" .. '
home The financing l leag'e: execitlve vice presl- I Brick Sausage ae,592S t .y{t r. a-'It" 'l't '

dent said that the establishment of I Extra Stomps with hopped .1>,.R ? A J"w pe y' t .10' S tea I LB. 7'9, "
the FBI.1C wBhoi'cd In a new era of I j Sirloin/ Steaks coo.ouIK89* ; "", .,,: J ,
tavlnpt and Irmo (financing hli. .
with Any ..
tory, "No saver," he enid, "lr a ? Farms Salad t' <( rd j TABLE READY TRIMMED CHUCKRoast j j' "
ever lost a penny covered by FS-1 f '1
I r'
21 Extra Stamps with Suprrbrand '
s'iml- "
LIC Insurance ant the high
ards required of management; by Cottage, Cheese 2L..cu,55 SM tt. GOV'T'INSPECTED HICKORY : ''LBc 48 ; ;
the nalinn'i more than 4 400 Insured I, .j : ;, ,
associations have kept the number LEAN MEATY SMALL BEEF SHORT
I of actual 'dlFtrcni' canes to aremarkebby "
: low minimum." I PINEBREEZE Smoked HAM :
Grade :
The trade assnclatlrn exfctiltve A" Fresh Florida :1 Ribs. LB 33 '
noted that creation of the FSLIC ; "
during/( the depression laid irnynd-I WHOLE OR I Shank "
: work for the development of a oav- I )100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D FRESHER ... GROUND
Mngj! and loan ny,tem large and BUTT HALF I Half I.
'irons enough to meet accelerating C 39 tE .

.\; Inff home postwar financing years needs, '!'n the boom- ( ) LI,451. i LB. 1'1 Beef 5 & $195 ,

,r .: "Th"nkIn a large port to the rn. "
i ; FSLIC, where pledge of security '
,I backed > the high yield and efll- __r. ,, ... ,, ,j
I 1 dent service III| which our Institutions 1 f ."," .' ..,.,.,.. ..-_... ...'"''1\t.""', .. ""1".-. ;._..TTFAMILY 'rvt.'s' -z- -." ...'f.oj> I I"....'I:,..-..,, """" >.' 'W"M'..'. *.o*,".

1 traditionally provide, the lavlhes FREE! I IK I I JAR KRAFT MUSTARD WITH PINKY PIG'
I and loan Industry has grown late DOZ. SIZEMorton
I an entcipilup with total enacts of 49 '"
Wieners. :
wre titan' $iro billion "As I rrsult -,
jof their eofifirtpnce, ," Hniwy whl"the FLORIDA All WHITE 1 1 FruitPIES .
-. nmlnn's supply of money fur FRESH EGGS ,.' Cc '.., 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH SWIFT PREMIUM "

I ample co.nyentli.iul I to meet mortgage any I foreseeable loam demands Is 1 ryA .n Can Ham 4 CAN $198 ,

; Rep, 2/39* Dixie Dorl.ng'. Hamburger or :, ner '' iJ z

C More Important," he added!( I
Rolls "
I "families entrusting their savings 2Rg kg" 2..1' M .. .
I ta-anircijtloiu displaying the FSLICIicol '
can be sure their money.1nbeing 2U ; Dixie Darling Hamburger or Wiener p;,,, GIANT 27.QT.EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE

fully, and Invested with Insured prudently safely, skill-" Rolls "Pkg.". 23i:' r I "tii APILj ,".' f' Chest $1 49 ,

I Florida i 129 (Insured saving and WQ 39* j DIXIE DARLING ANGEL FOOD 1 I' I Ice ONLY
1 loan osinclntlims have total mseisg ": .
of over $j billion, and IK ranked Cake *., 29 I $ o, ,y'
I as the sixth largest savlngi and 2S 17Vi" long, 13Vi" high, 12" wide "Sure Secure" fold down
loan stale In the nation EXTRA STAMPSwllhCRACKIN'GOODCorn APPLE f,;, aluminum handle that is positively riveted. the chest. OdorChl -

MEDICAL SI10RTAGEAllhMI.t'r. ..pS "1l.ar Pkg. 49? CHERRY FOR !: less, easy to clean, not affected by weather. ,'?

has less than 400 t
doc.lor i, 300 nuiscs and 3 den'Mln 2ii'r8 StomP with,' CRACK' GOOD CH&Z- PEACH : '" "
for a. prpulutlnn' of over 12000000. 7.a '
Amerlccn Intors' and numen sent Curls P; : :I 9, COCONUT I

by MEDICO, a Service of CARE, ,\ 2m .
arc helping! to treat the sick and ... f..l l "
train local personnel for future L-;:;:; ..'-IIo.,: II A" ..oJ _-.--...-......,.. .. .... ., ,,, "
I "I'W' \
-r'JL.1\Y': : :
service ./J .J GREEN STAMPS -- '

TOOLS OF EDtCATIOVBy Oil 1 11 '.ILMAKTurhsy pft

sending CARE school pack- PO* NOMTINII. ...0Na 1.99,.... 46.0% a a, ar. lrrmA I ,' .
Americans helping "
ages educate/ J.000 000 children arc a year ;," Cooo THn" %ULY IRO 21' Drinks I 3 Cans 89 1'". ...... ............. .j 4 y i7 two,

In Latin America, Africa and Asia AT ANT WINO NXR, I NOT NOT BUT p ( ',ate
(nntrlbullins to CART, New York 't s
SAVE \\0 EA. DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise.
10(1( IB. unbar: siih supplies as $1 ( ,
or $2 students' kits and $10 sets t
of a drsk-and-two-choir jASemnol J.'Jl.. G E5N! STAMPS, 39 ro1
o.Aae *,
f"'r TNare e.nf enot.x 1 + '
+ ['
r5t ( WhU Acre Peas 1 SMALL MEDIUM JUMBO ei I

t ::. GOOD T""" M' Inn Sl------------- ;
JOJi 22 ,

-0 I d'Jl-;;:'% Drinks..1'5i. CANTALOUPES '

You Doctor ul Mmlicini '''
Your local Mehr.il bocicty and llilion.11 s ,,:.. eaor. reonmaaa SAVE 6V' t EA. LIBBY'S SAUSAGEViennas t; ,
FACTS' Mrllrnl'ABOUT A-inriMnn THE e ORA-rl f"rutt 0" InnTINON Car. [Delectable I !r '$ I I

I' rl l GOeOTH''J''L' loo II 61. 11'
s ArANrwlN.mau
"To promote the ic nice and _
cf medicine and. VINE-RIPENED
art the belter "-
cent of public luultli r a SAVE }0t SWIFTS PREMLunch ,
Thin !I. the basic objective cil> EXTR ,
I '"
the Florida Medical Association dPi GREEN STAMPS 12-0,
an spilled out in its charter lupunary r '.u' ....nw.wu.rv" Meat 39 SWEET, JUICY FLORIDA GOLDEN BANTAM
gusto are better health '" Two I.u. ens., PRorr CAN 1'. 't t .
tor service all to people the\ |profcuiulHll in Florida,nir and U J 1'ii. ",Butterbeans ollI"II..CKLIO" Corn 10 EARS 5 9" ,.1r '

of the iiuinliLrship. :...; Gana TH.U JuAr.nO SAVE 20# DEEP SOUTHP'nut
'I 1 he I F M 1.\ wan oritiiu/ea. .
January 14, 1874, in 'Ilielirih" ._ At ANY w.Necru, 24 .
AHHorialinii 1 loriilu', by of rcprercntativee|theil.tte: llf _--. _. B utter 40 J:%' 79 F [jg \ST ':I"""""* ,>."?,TT": lO ;: 94. "..:; ::. ,

from: Coiumtlia, Unl l, I leaI, EEXTR
:'la..IOII.ill..a.. :. .. and. :-it. JIIIHluiuity | .. GKEEPI STAWPS
iiudical l noriethe. I E,.,. /J'f no e
tier history lie traded l.uk ,,,, 4 1
may 1- a" It WO"THO' .rr j '* I 1
to 1K48 ill Jumcy when phy. '! CanJy: e
HC14IIH' from four uoriliwe
1 1.101,!ida counties formed a Gene THOU JuAr Ann I w'W I I j-
'State: Medical bocnty whose Van *
tJ amp
later IcMlopiiicnt became oha'ure. AT .., "''N..IXI' 25 e I I KRAFT I (
I 1"1'-1 urt nlriit WII' )lr, _. i ..
A. :-i. Baldwin of JaikomvilleFM !! I 1 J 1 I PO K
.\ nionil>cr ln|) includes EXTR : '
I R I "M
over 4KIHI |>by iiiinn, which Is m BEAK5Comport
more than W( %! of the ,tate'nrenident J.'J.(", .GREEN,a.,....... W STAMPS nN wawa W 1 1 1 IOne I I
licensed doctor ofnieiliiine I.A4
e u e.f
Any I'hy.ieiIII certified rnncKIN'Gone 1 1
a* a number in Komi, .! sl.injIIIK t Fig Bars FOLGER'S I ASTOR I BLUE or WHITE ARROW I KRAFT I VAN CAMP'SO.A

1 'may"stale Co,I"t'olle.a(apu Hum a county.ed.i!ition of! ,41 number.medioil county' ninety of medical the _"_ ::::::N:::,:.026 COFFEE COFFEE ; DETERGENT ; MAYONNAISE ; Pork & Beans -,

aorictien, the 1 JI M\.\-along Save 14 I-Lb Can Save 114 Giant Box Quart Jar Save 5d! ,300 Can .
I with 51 oilier abate and, territorial EXTRA Save 14 1-Lb Can ' .
medical; a"nnitioni. 1n
\ forms a co"felrratinn, known d71, GREEN STAMPS 1 S04ve 'I
.ft the American" ; Medical A,. wWw W.1 Ii I Ii' .9' F ;
Aodali"n. Rcpre eminent applies throughout( GO-Ct. Excedrln '
'with authority IIIOVIHK up from '
the county soclrty to alldShrl'lIKh .,; Goon TMRU Jute TAO 'The Mountain Grown Coffee I New Easy Open Can ; the Wash and th, Price ( Stock up ot Thli' Price I Limit 3 with $,S., food order
| the I FJ11 to the nation 21 i 11II11"! !!"'" ""' :: :!! !
"inHmHHi'The '
il body. throiDih the pro'sea Ar ANY.wINN Mrll" flW': SAYE; '!!? ?!
of elected .
deleiiiten !
The FMwork and i

.: out gram 70 the coinniiltec drleKatm l IIY> are 10 board initiate council tbroimb which,lirunich"1 I*'nml,and apart, its carried mime governing ill to Smart Plaee To 60. .. For Bood Things To Eal illt D Diilll

many and, varied fuiulions. the :"
tU\ serve the public in tmultMlsJt
ul unittn wtys M



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"WANT AD RATES I Till down FF BEDROOM htuse Nothing --.-- -- --. I PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE 1 Otnld, prenidini Hawaiian/ Tele. 2000 p minis of newtjpe armorlcM

owner will pay (iluina! Jack Eslick Tells I \>hllnt' (:'u'nlpiitl9'The cable and lay cable and repialvn,
word .71 minimum (ml h JUKI move In. I INnFM HfTITIOtl
J5 per LOW SAME LAW new i u' ihlo la a major arter\ whlih iimplllv the voice Rlmiain at

Card l 0' Th.n.. Revolution Nitli-e U htiiiuv. given tint the unlerrtuneil Not I, "hrrphv given th,1, 'the unml Of In the Pili"I:i i u' tunit'rseas ecmmnnlealim slti'S'uls nl eight knii:a, The 5JO-

Mil Similar Notlrc, 61) N, I l'to'ltt'rI WAITRESS WANTtD:; over 21. punuint lo Flcttiu' lernie' i uuiuu I''" ti .t'll',11o.U" Annrica-Japan nrl, I ik Ptlir tn (the cable !1 pc,:und rt'luealu't'I: \> ore Rplicd 1 lull
IIX('() Apply In person at Seaside Inn Nun" Stiilute' H tote Bill No IIn1I.'pl.r '0 iou e Mitule, Il'uatc Bill N">. 1179Ni ,
U per word $1.Ot .rinlmomCal I IP. DEM| property on one I tic No. sna.'J, Lma ..t Florida ,'hiplcIM1 OuittKt' Laos '.f Hnriduremiter I iommimlciiii' with Japan) were hue rnbli every 20 mile. Garb: re.pi .

26M686 or 2fi1'tB87or :! I tot I Duplex 3 bidroim hnise 11)41) Mill regMer toils' the Clerk e' with the Cl"rk of Telephone Cable vh milio nmilH Later thin venrtlie I 'aiir iimplllles voice! glitimU liio( ..
"6./10.:;/ Joe Cluult i nun In and for Nuii.auCiuMv h* C" ill plnrp' .d! lIP of fire Owner will lake 2ndI I II RF.SPONSIBLELIVE: 1'1. white I timid. upon receipt of pr II 11 rlda upon receipt ur proof! C. S. I Llln I.lms will add two ono: ) lime.
I I mortgage' hou l'kl'l'JX'r. References henllheard .1 puhllruilon 01 this n me. me flu f pui. ;tin;; nf Hill. ; notice, the flcme I more labliin ihe PtclflcReiond I I Tho new cable WM rlmlrned by
511 Ash Stwt : jrOUl ,Itloui njn,e, too ItMAXWUXS: III"UK ''' to w 11' The first Uliphnio" \ : cable bolwociAniorie'a
I required Good position for I & 10 I' LAND SFAI'not) l uhle Itiluun Hawaii and Bell T('li phnne aboralorlcii,. A cure

---- -- LARGE shady Ins nt Five I responsible person I Phone 261. Under which we ore ti g.'iged li Un.... ',hlenI ire vilified In / uml J'IP:1I11It: furrmrh Callfoinla and u link bi'Iwcin Guam if' "ll'I'111'1'1 gives the cable tin
hu.'n' lI.W. !>ulllnr"W. Inllullurall'd l nn Juno 17 wllh a 1'1111 l
FOR SALE Joints If you desire, we will 3707. tfc are onll3od In husinenn iti5 1 .:;.. eng .ged In builneii at No.First between rrnldint I\mlon B John !and the Philippines\> tensile Hlrtniilh Around the cure

build fir you I II AUanUe Ave .rnandiOa 1I.lIrb, SI''vet. ternunrilna /Hen' ,'h. Wllh the updilnn nf the neIVI'lIhln. are the cnndiielon two' thin lay.
,'. ROUTE SALESMAN: : Jacksonville I That \\Ie, onto pirtiri IntertHleel In stun and Premier II:lynin Ikrdi: of
-r of plastic
ncpaiated by
FillThnl hr "tall n-tn. ers
I the : let erentr d In aid houut, ensenter Leo 51. I reihn Cites topper
orry ponies ,
I proc are Japan. iHrirdinff' I III Jack PslUk,
ItfO!! FAlCON 2 door llcht blur. 0\F TOJINFR': RPAfll lt, :0. Corp. neiMls/ young. msrrlod. laid liuuinciiB enurpiLie ore Mr. urn ,,,1,....., IInd Marvin i,ih :'''n Million mils Ixoi'me I'tful'lhVe. A InKtilnllin A final layer or high,
Ileidirr high school! graduate, 21.35, Mum Mil. A U Mixwrll. OatS: 1It.I.w'l 1 1id J2, I a. 19, il Southern Bi'lln M.inaitrr rf I the
rif n, $5r!(flOO) t8 ih. 565 So, riot! T3 X HO/ $:::OJ. lord 4-! ._ three.minute ut'II en call from thi lI"n.lly1111.111'\ coven the cable!
!'-dAt" ]Mixuell\ Bt.ncliS's The toll 10001)
be and upniiul, :\ ,
lon. atitfrcRbive mtihanlcally ..
( I mil $'t 1 wrtk- -----
rhir Ave 261-5878. tf< 41 Jll 111 M !i U. S. in: in I eosU on
1* T> A281S Inclined To service ai.d main. -_ PUBLIC NOTICENOTICU miles with ito I'larily: of a cull across iluvi nnd n\ ,'< on S imlav. 1'hi' rail'a In lioine and lied: oar silts, anti

TIH1EF BEDROOM M4SOMH S. lain coffee and food vending ma. i PUBLIC NOTICE"NOTICF town. I I
FletcherS fur a IWI'.1I11, ( .pi'i'son tall aie $12 In jib riinillina. ninvipaix ijs.|

house large M utility room \ \S i3! .WO. Now priced nt $12000 chinesulcc and H-rnandlna I !: OF INTFNTIONTit ': \I1FR NAME':TIlE LAW: IKTITIOll II The new cattle li one of Ihe 1 knll' on 11'1'1.11:11111"" $1 I tit Siindny sllh'dltiH di the nrtlmal Jib: vlrIn .

$200 00 down, $<600 a mnnth OMACT PE1E ISIMMSalrsmm : area Starling saliry $50 00 per NOSE: ArPllfMTlOV" Notice 11 hereby given Ihil the un rot c\vr laid' It Rtrphlui Mix The C S. I I.lInli, I-lnis( caocdrl'Y, :illv nliil.li'.handed.

Jbl-1930 |Ire, week fringe1 brnelits, good fu. I hon UNAL DIKCIItRt .1 t'rsi,iR,,I'd, purauinl t |,i riitllluua mllri from Onli'i. lliuall: la Japni\ i ..._ .. ----... .-_-._--
KIOKII1A STSTITO'Nlvi -- ----_,-- -
Name Slnluie' H u't nu No IllS -- -
lure Reply to Box 76G.A. Fer. via Mld a\', \Vukp and Cunm AHnunll
L. L. Bdhannon .Agency ( 'Ot'R1' OF TillS. ('Ol NT\ Jt IHIENAISAl Chapter Ni 2.li.J. Laos it rirlduI I
?BEDROOM Home lureemporch < 13 North 41k Phone/ 2CI.'>*69 uaudlud Beach 740o' ; MM ..n. MAIL OlI ItMl KIM regmiir' with, (the (Irrk ulhe It j J-\I"'\ rkistlng cablcn lithe
3-ear garage aUarhed 30<)Xft {' 'Ve ,_ LOKIUA: IN PIIIIlATE: ('lrt'lI.t.I ("'url I in, unrt f"r NuesaUt'nUnSI' U S. IMjiinnd C.niiiili nod Safe
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wilielt Have A
LMtatj |
|IIl1mrl ..
M ( andArrenge" In re the .10'1' Haopy
Florida if
on Lcfton Creole dock, hors NEEDED 3 DISTRIBUTORS. local, ;: upon rerelpl < .proud I ,
Julia a. Chadwlck Dereaie AustraliaPuHnors.
I it public tOn t nf this n' me, me (Icriiin'imi '
italli. fenced Ph. 161.4iOO. n, and surrounding territory 15 1, AU Hlion n Uy tmcciiiNonce .. ton n : I Holiday

----- ; 'iwo BJEfTrioovTii: ';Ji on8 ;; hours weekly Age 18.70. Rep'y! U hereby given I that Flit i ) TkUCK TFHMINAL : In the $10000000 rattle 0' '
: besOt C Dreiiler tlleii her final' I report Under t 1 Ihe 1I\1'1'll'an Ttlephiini
TWO Br !nnnoiBLocK itoisn hlih 1 'm eniugid in l proJI'l'1) me
G. lid laraelot. Tcinis arranad to U.,K 2441 Jacksnmllle, Fin ai AdmlnlHlratrlx uf the entitle' of nl'lI. 111001'1
nice> neiKhljerlumd" biautlfiilj Ph 2fil.5421. tIc 7.2, II. Ifi. Jlp Julia II. Chadwlck, dee-eased: that I urn rM"r.1i In I voi't| eon RK| and, TrltRinph\ ('i,impnnv. KikimaD : We Have Goodyear Tires
j $IO .oa down $>flH( ) nmnlhIv I I'OLn II -- she filed her. lelium' Mr flu,il auchurge North if Vulee on U. S 17 "nrlil'i Di.nwn (nmpnnv, I Lid I .,..1e

Read, \ ChOICE 2 fine; -; : VI'r.1 WANTED, FINANCE co. ADILST. flnd that ee will apply, un theHnuur.utule Tint I He uiiv pntv t iotcruo.ted In ( Kildi I of Japun (1111' Ilvwillun Tdo! I On Sale
Balky Altr ROt) pni I hirses i Gem: We.tluerfrt.t I. County unlit l I"',""' ,S tout'i/huelne |I. |',,ul Si.ft ,,,. I '
261.5fc9. J2p n"n" Ice next tn lOoks OR 18 to 2(1( yeais of age Ilikh lunge nf NIIIIMU t""nl t v, Florida on 0.11. l III. 21 71 phone C'IIIIIII'IIY.: and RCA ( urn

.. i 1 8. GI'III'l'rY.121i1.'N | school graduate. must 1 hive auto of the some 161h dov and of fir Julv flnul 1MM,clinch for approval:irie a.' : ---. nittnht'Iil it'llS, lute. !RCA C"mniiuil. Our Tire I I'rlcon Are The SimeAH .

3 BFDlToOM: HOlbF built fIn 3 3UK 2 I ". Apply In person. FernondinaLianCo AuluuuiuuittrotciX. 01 the e.I"1' tll Julio PUBLIC NOTICE cot limn: Ine, fuinliKt: eomniiinka "SW Those \chcrtlsed! Hy (;iimd-

ball and (\.i, email dimnpjyiiH I 113!:; DOIXJi: PICK-LI'. Hftflllfl J( )( .. 510 Ash Street. J2tTTACIIING 41 t'tuui'frh dpenjrd. on Ihis 28 Coy tloni in (iimm' and prnvldi l'el'lIrd: 15rnn $U In
And Othrr Major <
'nt. 261.3922. tic Call ultir 3.00 pm. 223: :> :on J.'c i 01 June H04Pllz',hcih, C Dreniler! NSulStI5 i NAME ivn'-R I.AHNntke HcrmoiH 1 eomtmiiiliiillniH ID, the Pnelllc Ill Cfl. ear ..

: POSITIONS OPEN: nlnlatrntrlx, of the lt >.. The 1'lIhll''lIh a rapailty nl Ul 1 J.KksiinMUe/ AdvcrtiscnuntM.
':SPECiAL; 48' chain lhik tenet teacher 'aeaneleiexibt I t t,1e of Julia) B Chudwlek :; li hereby; liven Ih,it the ut.tteriguirI.
The following \
FOR RENT deieuicd I. pununni, lo 'Fio'iilousName I void1 I'h:1I1111'IR.: win laid by the C.

with steel posts, 21c per llnfwt at Oceanway SchOol Uwal' 4t II 89 72 5. If filll'u', H"IUM Hill No 119. S. LorI Linen tha Bell Sjahniicable .'

( Will tns-alJ Free estimates County, located on U S. 17 Chapter Kill No reiliter SOMJ Laos of rin" Idl1U41 nttne 1 shIp.flignitark's. Lasserre Motor Co.

l fle> down payment Call 261.5171 :, 5 ROOM I HOUSE for rent or n1eW north of Jacksonville: 1st gridetrd PUBLIC NOTICEIN 'Circuit' C,:urt 1 In nJh10elN".k...au In Wpghlngtnn, TikynHonululii !
today, Coastal Fence Mfg. ('n. 4th. 6th.! grade Count. Flirldu stun ielpl nf pool
] South 711) 2ol: 3300. J2c grade, grade, ESSO SERVICE -
THE CIRCtlT fOlRT OP THRrOUUTIt : uf puhlu Him nf. this n"lit-e. tie Ilo and I.ond in mnd< eeip -
tfc -- In E1I'mcnary: Schni 1, In Junior JlllieUI. elKdlT IN litmus naive" too It: cubic
min'nl aIN the ,
FOR VcCRAVIF/ APT. High Sl'holl.:1 his fillnwlng pool ANI SOIL NSAU f'O\INTY. I IIX ALL RHOPUniler over new (r.m: S. Rth! Street
on TRADI: i iwo! ; I O'li :. 3 BOOM (furnished apart. Fnellsh Social I .1A.ltm.I'" CHANCERY hlih I am e"'I..rel" i In bual After the ex 'hiinun of nu'imiKPi' '
I lions are vacant; CASK: NO. nets
Cadillac ambulance, Will make mint wnslalrs" with bath I'tilliln beiwten Presldinl J'lInlon.' In tilt .. .
Stuel'es' Home Economies, Art fANMB: MARY IIOUPCR, I am rnnnfd in hmlnem ul HI to4th .---- .." -
flood camper, All 1953 Chivro. washing machine furnished Industrial Arts. Graphic Arts, Plalnun. St l' rnindln> Reach Fla. While lloune and Premier Ikuli( : ,

lit]( Can be teen at 3 Points Gill' 58 jj per week Also beach rent. V., That the inly, putty lnlere led In I Conimlsslimer nrael H Hyde if, tin
MIl1cmllll'l.: and Physical Edu. aLVIN LLUN: HOOPER I said bu Service Station J2c I als. For Information call 261. I catlin Beginning salary with no Defendant M. Wilde' Federal Commitflkatlcn Ctmnila

:' .71 4C1!. VV 1. McCranle. tic interested NOTICE OF stIr 4t ill), 21 72 t Ion Bpnkp with !Shinzn Kolki. Mln
OAT---25.1xe: Is $4350 Anyone
SHRIMP: : I experience STATE 01"" I ILOR1DA .
V-l engine, marine clutch. mam AXDRD.. ;I'clt"-r;; In any of these positions TO( : Flvln Leon Hot:per liter of Pilots l and Tclrcommunleatleina !
ROOM By 101S: B!: Ttli Street I PUBLIC NOTICEIN In Tokyo Ifawalhn Gin'ei'mil! Water Heater Special
I Jack Mroudprlnclpil I
should crn'act .
fold ,
gas fully rlgsed togo mrnlh JOG Cedar Street J2p Port Arthur Texae John A BurRs I .1 tlti'n talked trim
$!ino) Marine plywood run. I at PO-5.6464. 8 00 a m You are hereby notified that riir tinrtttT rnmr OK liSP : ; ; ,
about. 17' X 7', 30 hp Mercury, COMPLETELY: TURN ISIIED house; through 4 00 p m, (or PO.3.7616after lull has been filed against: outh: I FOtHTII JIDICIAI Ilt'I IT IN Horn'I lulu will) Ryularo A/lima,
above entitled eaute, and that yovun I AND HK NASHAt COINTY, Governor of Tokyo metropolis.
double lift trailer with) carriage, Sleeps 10. Noitli Fletcher on 4 00 p.m. _, J2e h required to file your anawer I II IIORIIIA. IN ( \\ernv, CASkNO 30 Gal Glass Lined Nationally
MM W. A. Zotli'rower, I 1 1BHK oCl'anlront.! I'll 261,3658. tic 'Tty LIstS nf this nurl i K1\\ From Inmhn: ; Frederick n Kip
: ehtlFI : I nod to lerve a copy Here, upon aom.Kr r. HUTKIV pod pu'i I Ciiilimnn:' II( thu Board of AT Advertised 10 Year Warranty ..
83, Fernandma (' APARTMENTS: Desirable I Inca.; WANTEDLOOKING I the Plulntlff nr Plnlntm'a nttoinwnnne .> tLlZAIII"I'11 Lot "I. IIIIIKIV .:
& T had lhrci' cimcmalinn
a wny
Phone 261 4747. J23p I .J Run und address la: III! Will, .
lion( Phcn 2G1.4227. tie Mercury N. Kuviukm 1'1.htl"II, ovi'r a in.000.mllu clrt'nil a
P O. loon 482 .....
ll'G :: YI LE'l NEW \VWKFH I VAIA110N( llOtJSEoleepa( : 12Ocejiifront FOR waterfront I 0'croon dioa Urich, Fl" rldn. ALICE WARn CARRIIII.. .. ('rI',, the Allnnllo. Nnlh" Am>'rlci

4 duor In I I lumlition( t ( : Il'nl'ed'yard.. Fur. Kernandin.i Bench. Two budrooms not luter thin Jily./ 111' : 1964If Alnbt-teati'itt IIId Indir'tttt'ltv' '' and Hie Pai'Hie with K'UHU/II Olinn $4900'FREE

I fill In in Dgprre PrrCinfeMO ltt'tu'Iuiittttl. < .. and
ji511O. 261 3117, 1f1'1 you in pienlden of '.un. UuuUa
ni-sliwl' Phone 2C1.4174. tic 1IDd dining mum a mrrwily. Will ultl? be entered) : lust jou NOTirf OP SI"IT
MERCURY Mmlll'lair. I"KCI'I.I consider build Box WORuimon fur: the relief demanded 'I In.t Cum TIH: STATF OF FUmiIJA1U / .e I
It 3 i 'I/O : ALICF WARU LAHNOtI. ai
1 lent Aiiouiuu,lot, ,trio nf the cells of
condition Priced (fill' quick
I bedrooms, screened porch utility Th nature of laid milt bring fir
HOtiKMT M. CAKROLI. and Singer Automatic
sale Call EC1.5 "4. 1 Y': divorce. ,
Call 2C1.1279! or 2C1J2M WANTED TO good used ltejishtu.ultY'
Jll'j roe.ni Wilnm my hand ant I the seal ol B,>x all, holkilm' ':.nr.'.", Console Model CONTRACTS NO GIMMICKS -
1 EGI;: FALCON --j low;; ;mileage; J2c baby bed nr purt.a-crlb. Call sold C'"ut'tatletneu I Beach You irs 'lurehy nillflid eh,it a mill
N iikau C,,untv, I t"I Inr Id.i: this I day 0 i .. ,
I Gerry 261 3686. ncSITUATION bun i tern filed uf In' I y uu In the
offer Phone Ml.36:; .:5 lining day I SCOTTY ?RAVEL Trailer. Complitoly -- June A. U 1. 04vJAL l.ouoe Vaunt. und I..ul rouSe hureIv Pay err lijilamr; :\ (,if K 1 n( NO STRINGS ATTACHED
tic I ( : ) /aD 0 OXLBY rf quiu'd In lii evuur.nsot'r wlih
: equipped. Sleeps live. Clerk nf circuit C url I lie Cleik nf the Circuit Cool und JS per monlii.; Si2idilIg nn-

1161, HO hONDA OIOYl'l :-good Make your reservation, Scotty 1 I. 4t 1.11. J8. 1$. 71 I,> aerve a copy II en,4 up .n Ii.. \ 11ft. CALL OR COME:!: BY -
Trailer Salts. Ph 261-3474 I fl...uililta. or PI"i'uuuiu II.' ultirnevwl hlnc dOI'.i< { tillI'g.l'ltht:
cMulltloa Phone 2S1.4TO: after I WANTED I ,<%. name und ..tI"0/ : MireuiyN
% =- PUBLIC kavuukili P o II'"K 4112, .'.''".II i'hinll! without MULl''] m-'iils
:00 J1I] K J2e : IIIS.ETIIE
pm UPSTAIRS APT 5 rooms .dl tl""In.I lleueh M'"rltl.' 1 1, nit bier Ihm,

ICE TARGE to"r ; bath unfurnished, 3rd and Ala. IN KUHTH ThE rmniT JlDKIAL LOTS u <. I IF YOU NEED o good baby Bilter : STATF OF FIORIUA, IN AMIK II you fill' In di I,,, t) woes Pro
him. 261.3644. tic 1'lInl.klo nOt| l h. cntorel im, ..hint outs : () CHv Will deliver .
*,ood teima One quarter mile -tall Alice Faye Perry. 261.3210.! ) >K NAKMAU retlNrV iM tllAN Mox 7GfiF, .
I 00o0 nr, the relief, d minded In the AVK.DID :. I'IliNI( J 2il.Hi1( ::! ;
South of Flue Point Amelia tfc 55 CII""I .Ilralifln$
on mo ROOM uiifurnisln l house Ist\ I-FUKHON and UTII.I pi,'ml. no !
IW. Can 261.5121\ tf<' I w ,frI I KIN A. ILIFHHON, hIs ",tPLAINTII- I The nature nf the lull lirlirj
Far'rlo.urr III Mocha u eeenuuuttusr'I
lrwR iLiI1.TWO 3 I ROOM FLRMS1IFD garase j PUBLIC NOTfCE VHAlDitrv : ,I:1'1I : I III the IItlnii "leo,',lined |>r'1)crljauu '. "'1----- -

bidroom apartment I NOTtf. TO raj"ntTORHM I M 'iMriw>N.'el ai, I .iteii in NJMMU Clluuly, Mi IdutlKll ,
separate panel diningrwm. I /> lllt TU'TFIV : KIlT I '
None; OK ; I
1r lie, Hiulh hut |iu, l ,,f he I N'irlhI
I IpaMnrnts I
small dovn and monthly THr tlH RT OF THP 1'0llNTV : FIXJHIUA TO
TIrE STAn Of : I 1.....If if Ihl !"',ulll ra: ..t .,r.
MAII 0\l5: ': bedroom unfurnished Jl'III,r. ruts'lAl' COUNTy, ILOK.lisa. IiI..t.iinu.I .K WILlIAM hllCAKFH Poll. I II. I qu
: Cm after4 pjil if the K uti Went ,
toe toe (C4I uiur.
lit n<'e 111 kn, >wn
4117 No 4th. St 261.1011) 7.2,!'Hsrn !house i-e Riliiii ofbuy n. MAIN: MIKAJity; ncildence lir t'il I if. lIe't'lion ttovs'uli'rnIt'll .
-ft nil,cr* l I.. kinwn a" Lol NIIIIIlitn
A4. DrrriledTo
"' I In 1"....n.i"Ip Ti, rev Ul'
(11111 i
': THE NEW SANDY: KOLIx: IWO HJOM furnished apart. AM IrrdllnM sal Pernnni llnvInf 'I \'oM and euch if you lire Icwhv I fourth' It ,flue T..enly Fiur 'tofu t, YOU KNOW ?
/ (l'Ioh" njr Drnnndi AJiiilnil Hold m,tilled, th.I., a milt hiii hcell tiled .. nf 1 ihjhnee M'rIIllJII.,
t ul Ilia
no prop no s,'nn. pure thrjtt ment.) f
I E tUe: >K linn v iu In Oh Iuil.oveeO tiiid ,
vcloelly Jet eilb'aid engine. 0 P SAHLMANtflONK You and each qU''f' are hereby. r..ui',e flu,,; 'that: put, are herein re- biihjwt Inllfg' Ten 1 fu hKhwuvi llll Aires nf I rtt'mil.

Rims In 2 Indies of wale" 6 h()urpfr < __2_I_.UZI_ clnlma rtiriori and nnd demandi, which to prevent vnu any nr ,I :: k",1. ://,1,* yiur Oil lull uiinwer, rtW und tie totcrv I I Curl, .nf I lets iniorinnj tn .civnu

Killon Only $11991 Dialei f either, (.f you m iv have effulifut the a cot",, tier*"f upon the Plaintiff ) n cnl Survey
\JS1'UrtSISIIEO: upstairs retaM nf Jn' *. Rihni. deoemeltI .siuuuip, .1I 1 Tugeher KlinSpjU.n :
Inquiries Invited. Phone, 201.WI1( I or'lilnllffa Auoiney Ilaae Trailer. R rLil Nu.I .
DIJarlmt'lIlo Ilcc.)wIdt<. Year I tie of Mil Ouii'v to the t'osndvJad0s un.I wldreia ,laJAMfcS .
I 2.U 94 lid. a llh futniahtos.Neliuioe
or Write Box 230.. Fcinandma nf N Cnuntv, 110rld..1 I
assou W. PITTYJOHN.Jlirld
,I nund' 126 S Flclchec. Phone ,L Cubunn U X M feel I IT /$ UN A WffU,1
hni f' Hi the cnurt laid
r> re bmaej>( Title' BulldiRg
Bcaih Fla: I 2A1-113R: tic r Cnuntv at Fernindlna Tlearh. I Itr"Ida. I ..ck"nvlllo 2. Flurlda! ,'I lielloi/c: Su Alu*,nlnum. Zoautu.lU ilur.ide X.0 U X Ferlllellmre 2UI \ "

xL:' I within I ) ilx calendar montha from not luter than Julv 87ih, IUM If you> .
GALAIIE I 1.01 And Imprnvemenla on property
1963 FORD convertible the lime nf the f -t puhllcatl ef tla full to do 10 Decree Pro Conleiao wIll
power stiering and brakes VACATION; APTS, notice. Two cnplef of each claim be entered Mialnat you for the relluf I I :':rd. I lenee. ,Septic, Tunis Extrjtrailer ,
OCEANFRONT APTS. completely I or demand ahall be lit wrltlnu) and demanded In said complaint Tli:* Lleep' and Punp To In Business Under A Fictitious *
While low un1 19UO Pine Seed For Person Or Persons Engage
side ftalls, furnished Day week or month. thai) slits the place of realdence,,",I nature of laid suit being for lorecloiir lungs, plLneed ipuci Feliruury U62 Any
mileage less than a year old, pout ofNc-e addreta 01 itsetainant. on the fillowlng deicrlbed propertv WHne.i hand and wal 1 of said
584 S. Fletcher Ave 261.5871. tfe in4 shill be sworn f hv the riulm the of my
illualed In County Nuinuami '
like new 261-5031: J2c orattorne and Court "at I'ernundln. Bench, FlntidiiI Name Unless The Name Is Registered
ant hit agent e apcnmptmled Stale nt Fl >rlda. more parlliul D IM4SCAD
I 11,11 lOuts uf June, A
UNFURNISHED: two' bedroom bv a filing fee M on. d"il. arlv deicrlbed ..: day
$30:; na down; :, $>7.09 a month buy YULEE II.r house. $5000 monlh; Duplex filed nhill bo volrf) North, 23 Clerk
a 3 bedroom hewn In Vuli] duet 12 townnhlp 4 Binge I II. IS 19 71
house two bedroom, $4)00 ANN K. ROBASAl bant Nassau Cxintv H turidu imure .
ed heatPrielicully, ,,.'!'tutor "( the Last Will particularly. dncrlhed .. Law.
oft fr moth Brlh: houses carport and I and Teitimenl nf Juwn 8Rohan fill' ''.... Read This Florida .
-tr .
Terminal ,t.e.a.11 PUBLIC NOTICE
utility rorm Near UiR I : I IIr I'"lnl 01 helinning eommenu'
mw 2 story 4 bedroom, tIc 1IO', J SHAVE JR. at l Ii'eeurflcre'fl flu,,, to Sections
221: :5J74. MOTH TO lltltIF.ISIOeiuted
family roim. teparalc dining t\orn) lor F..culrIX.l II. I U 13 and: 14 In Ihe To..nlhll' tie received at theu.ttiu's
bliln "will
room central heat beaulilully I i URMSJIhD)" efficiency apartment I III. 18. 15. 70 tlenc und RanKe utoremenllimed now degreee und run of the An ell II 'Inland M'uutuulhult'uuo.rut salt shall be unlnvfill: for Ito)' prion nr perfwns ns di-fined herein, to en nse In
"N"rnuhlr.i:;: : Di.trUt if N..u C'ouutY
landsiaped In excess of $20000 i iO't'ide I on bench Phone 201-4944 PUBLIC NOTICE ) slung the.l line(Nflil divMmg deRieca41W 1'l"rut I,.. at 7 N,,rth 411' Htieit, trrnuullna lousiness .1 herein defined, under a fictitious name ilK herein! defined without and
-tr after It tfi- KH leh, > l< rda until' 2 110o

( city llmlls. 3 brdnoni" IN f-OI fur. RTH imriiT I Jl llll'Ul( OUST. URCUT OP' TIlE OPTHt I.iiu..laid of Seclioni three. hundred II jirj fnrty 14 a.nine do. "HIM 1'K'k.. t.r. PM tin, ,t',IliwlixId Tue' .day, July I llh. unless Raid flctltioin name shall lie reiflHtereil. with lire clerk of the lirunt lourl of

home with lorro fence Proc be. Found : STOlE OF HOKUM. INAVD und neventv MX,kun"IrMtthi I.Ml) 7H| 000 OAI.LONH HHtMIUM IIIIADFI
I ion N\KHAU I'CII'NTY I'dl'I40N'O.ltO' feet tn a Lxlnl; run thence Nirthf bjriinesH IM whidi rtKMrntlon shill tonslst
jew replacement Low duwn <.". No 2HV I ,rey four clrireei, lilly minutes I I :ASOLINK li ::1"'jAI.I.UNH lot) 4IULO1L the county where the principal plac ,
Hall PreuiounlIr.ude '
men; I: pa"j poRts I*, Del ARMO. ten lecondi Fait f IN 94 degreea 91III I IOWH mi .. ; all hterestfd persons,
I FOtND: June 13. Prescription > Plalnlllfndanl. ".El a diilam, nf five hu"tr dol.h'v.ov.n : Ilu.oll. with a tttote Ocl lIe ne or hint with the iVrk afon-Hiiid an ufflda\lt Aliened( by
rotnll of "I lens than M u't.ns I
AT LLEE: air conditioned 3 ; glasses near Becker* nn Atlantic I III00000Bf v RSLn O.O.\R'IIO. III '..010 a and points ein.tenths 10 Ih. croter((9B7 atI llverlea. ., eesojtn.n will he mail coed blank Ho. ilallimaj wagon/ stating under oith; the name of all those Interested In the business! enterprise, theextent

bedroom hone $8850. Owner! Identify and pay for ad. heaoe meet of ti S Hi5huoyNunthet 'mo ilalloni/ No a Fuel Oil under which Mud! business la
masonry Leader.MISCELLANEOUS. 1. ruo ihen 100th furlv' of the Inltrest of each and the fictitious name;
News VOTtrF OP RI'.TI All uti'nluuiS.ii Taxei
Inquire I m
.00. $5900 month / tIe sixteen minules E..I
.iO:; 00 down, sin greeo .
FTXIBIDA 2 All/ bids mUll it it* "rll..I ,
ib -tt 'tt I FcrtTOI;: ARNOLD DeGARMO tee I.m6 of 0.laid frees pavement 18'.E all a ng dintunu'etf Iheelu'" RI ruteed oeliverv d"ile. carried on. Said rrRlHlration may not be made until the person or persons desiring:

Hilck 3 bedroom house den large 87 S ,uth Flrlcher' Avenuelerninrilni I hood reutninste,sin und f,fly. 3 Alt bill n.unt tie itlilllieil nn rout advertised his their Intention .
I fur or
I, : ) Be.,ck. Ik.t'ds'nu ) sin humlreilthi I4KSO) Oct to a il.liof neiili-1 envel l..po. "I tilT) ONI to engage( : In business under u fictllloim name nhall ha\e
corner o\pN/cd garage. herrbv notified that lull FOWL( : Oil fON'IACI
lot are a I ASO1INF A
ul' luldIMWmrnt
filed ilnnt I I" the', puitut whire the center the 111OPIWHl: : tNTIII 'least II week for four ( I ) umstu-
$142 000 with terms' for hon torn iur vnu li inlenected by the AOl: NOT TO to rejjlsler: niid' : fii'litiotts stuns at ome
NOT tie responsible
I WILL : above druase. unit that you I II i ti l OCLIHK TUfSUAY JULY I4lh

Juhn. f. Frrrclri Son Mui'd: L A. Me.kemlree llh the i Ink nl' Shin C'urt m green l.rtvone' mm. He' RoaM if rnnmlKil nerso uf the
Oft than nivsrlf 'nd tn op ore. <'"pv thereof utn'n I II West Nun gores.4l'.t. Iuling An'ell. Inland Mmqul' C,,nlr.l I UiIriit mid registration Khali not 1 IK? aueptwl by the U'ik, of the
Atlan'lr ,..... riiniir 2 l IU7I I Jill. 23 J2e 'I I :the PI, nniiff or PI Hnt,f('" AttorneyM Ulen the dividing heetiunn I \\i of NIIKIU Ciunlv I"I..rlrl. re. lion Is to be Bnile: :md,

hi f>e n.","e and nildren laA : :, : : t of hundred I M-rve the rmht In relecl lure ir ill/ ition."
d four ,
ult II a Mite ruehinK proof of KUih jniblu
iiF.XALC: STO MADE lET AICOHOIJCS ANONYMOUS I I Mn .C Th n'pnun, Jr.AtluunmV "lIhty.Ift" .and s.nentvihrre Hun bolt mnA tn aiiept the them"**! ntbikt ilrtuit court e\r('pt, timn|

AI Law cliedtni, I MHimi' feet to a pilnl ofbeginning If such mil,,n li to the hex In
Venetian blm.Is measured and help with your dunk- I ala Atlimic; AvenueFerninllni nnitllng. from the land j I teresluafsul't 1 IliarilHIE .

ln.tnlled. Wide range of colors 'leg problim \Vj-lte Box :SIR: I, le:'eh lath, Florlrii i thus oencrilied. all that part nf the ROAHIl taO' I IMMIS'IONFIIS" : : Than
IIIGI. Other
than July Name
POftTgR 10\FQUI:'! Color City or Phone J ax. Fl 6-7700 !, nol If Ij'er yoU fill In do in Decree Pro I rglt Number, of I way which'nf has U been 8 In H:ghway luilej. (<}!ii"UN1ROL AMtLIA DISTHIfT, Isl: .AND OF MOSQIITO NASSAU L I' If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any

Center. Phone 20l.5Oi'.$. tfeW7 '1 ConIes S lll be entered uxalnrt YOU trite nt lund ihosruntevedcnnt'inrI

FLOOR SANDING and r"Clnbb'lIre. fir tint the. relief demanded In the Cirri ,: the two and twenty live (I COUNTY U. Halph"FIXJHIUAI Wollf, Ch.'rmlln' You Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd

FORD ST4TION: WAGON V8 Floor tile Paul E. Hanson : pi:rre Suture uf soil lull being for' hurrJreillhi.. I22JI sores mor* or 31 823. 72. tti1A ,

Good engine and Urn, $20:;) 00. : Phone 2 1.4/109. tfe I diw rtWITNFSS". hand and the neal I.WITNFSS; my hand und olflilal. I Registered See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information
261.3031. J2p! my scot'.f laid, I lurt In the City nf Fernandna ,
at rrribnrtlnu) Beach.
of mid Court .
MACHINE REPAIRS I euch Nainau Cvuuty florId
-- - NJMJU Countv Unridj Ihli 9th duyf ', this 2J day of June I 1'>*t 'BE CAREFUL I Should Do.
Stoves cleaned You
make. D 1144.tSEALI As To What
IK YOU HAVE :NEVER; PLACED any I I lime A. ;'n' D 0 OXLFYD (SfcALl 'Of D O OXLEf
used f'irniture ( : I
a Coon organ )'ou'\'e never play. I Buy sell repair. Yulee AJ5-5294! tfe I 0 ()xley' Clerk nf theCririil DO lurt Fnurh OXLF.Y.Ju Clerk'Hi'I.il. O'cuilL Circuit" 1 WITH FIRE.
Hebters C-un In nnl
e-ct the and see for Ph. For Flirlda In and fir Nuiaatlt
best Come by it I
Cxinly. FlirldnFni'ih YOU CAN'TBUY
Yourself Mri Oath Conner 27 BOWL AT BtCCA\FFR LANE'II' NIM il Judicial Circuit ifrinrlda 4t ,>unty. t ,mi Ida. 0 2S 7!.! J' I 'W l',., I FERNAKDIKA BEACH NEWS-LEADER

So, 3lh St J2c fries 1" 1.111. BACK
ell day
.. pen in/ Albln C TtKwiwun. .
-- -- Aim nrtitli'm'rt. 40c a game be. MKirnev Int PI, "intuItIon ft '
I I All ml e Avenue Trade At Home ** A FOREST! I
Me after 5:00.:
00 m. I
Trade At Home I fore S p rernandur." l,..ch. Florid. .I .
J18, 25, It 99 1& .11 11. an 0a "


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taifJ"'eh'c e\\' -!.enccr.! Fcrmndma! Teach, Tloiich/ Th\lI' lay, July 2, 19MU' Istent with the State laws In the
REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON various States thai have Civil I

F SPI KlSCHIt{I l l.t. llAl'TIVr I Rights/ statutes. No Down

I : r/lf The Churches CHI KCII 1. ISy Rep I). If. (,Hilly' ) Matthews H Is my prediction that despite i Money ,

State lh.. iy 107 NKSUVIK| continued determined opposition I Ifrom
Kiv. lion E. Wade, Pantur VISIT III UIVIKIIT T projects Ihal would create tomne. those of us In the House from
IPKIMI: (IF I I FACEr 81. J'ETEIt'S hl'INCUl'A 1 had a very pleasant weekendIn titian wllh certain American Industries .
, Pantou I'layer Time the South, that this Civil Rights $53.50 month
I r i.tin HUN CHURCH CHURCH (For Men) .........._.._....... '7 am the District a few day am" Bill will pass the House, with the per
{.. Donald K. Ilimmrlman PaHtor The Rrr James D. tilinor, Rector Sunday School ...?.?.._ 9:45: I.m. hero on Saturday I Joined with Salary Increases. Again, I voted amendments of the Senate and
I hone 201 6(134Bimdiijr 1:30 A.M. Holy communion Morning Worship ... .. 11 a.m. about Sons enter citizens at Cliuf against the Federal Employees Pay will be signed the President before Concrete Block and Brick :
? ? by
: Sohoil .. .. .... 9:45: a. m.Vonlllp 10:00: A. I. Choral' EuchnrUt. Training tnloi. _. 6:15: p.m. land In Levy County to celebrate Increase measure that Included an j I
.\ birvkc 8.30 a,mit 11:15: A.M. Church School Worship ?.?. 730 the llth Annual Wattrmihn his increase In the salaries of Con. 4th I
v, 5.JO J H.M. Episcopal Young Wednesday Evening : ?? : p.m. :Ivan I hid the pleasure of i crown. grosHmcn As you know, at the present time 3 BEDROOMS

I, J FlRSl ASSEMBLY: UP GOD I Churchmen Men'a (Hour of Power ... 7 p.m. Ing lovely Jan Golden daughter of Public Debt Limit. I voted for a outside demonstrators have made SI.i I i
K... E. A. Lena. Cantor (This I li the schedule of every 1' Service '7:10 p.m. Mrs Grace Golden of Wllllstun. alI temporary Increase In ) the Public a battleground out of beautiful FINISHED FOR LIVING
......... School Sunday with the exception of the ra/er: -? Augustine In our 8th Congressional 4 '
:00 "a m Sunday I' "Who o'wr will may come." Queen of the Festival A 62.puund Debt Limit to a $324 billion total I OAK FLOORS '
11:00 'am ............ Won hip Service lust Sunday of the month) I watermelon grown by James Abill '. have always taken dill! position that District At St Augustine, public. 0
.... C A. Youth Services LAST SUNDAY UP THE facilities. schools and some restaurants
8:30 of
: p.m. i PINK GROVE BAPTIST CIIIRCH Chlefland brought him top i I Ilhc way to hold down government TILE DATH
have been Integrated -
7:30 p.m. EvunRilltitie ServictThunday MONTH I Rev W. G. Brooks, Pastor melon honor spending Is to vole against appro-
mid week aervlc 7:30 A.rl. Holy Communion I ended talk In the all without Federal laws In an ad. WALL IIEATER
: I SUNDAY SERVICES:: I my aflernooi prlatlnns bills. Once we have obli
7:30: p.m. ID.00 A.M. Morning Prayer AM .. Sunday School al the City Pork with thin (oust t to I gated ourselves to spend the money, dress I made on the House floor Jf.!
19:45 several
called the
<:t and Sermon II.00 AM .. Morning Worship the watermelon: to vote against Increasing the debt ago CABINETS
demonstrators leave St. Augustine
WITID: PIATHOSTALIIIROI: : 11:15: A,M. Church School 6.00 P.M. Men i Prayer Service "Here'i to our Florida watermelon! limit to Invite the fiscal insolvency to

(' 5:110:( Episcopal Young I, 6:30: P,:M. . Training Union She truly Is a Queen of the nation, which, In, turn have and laws to remember the statute that we books still Built On Your Lot

South Rlh M Ph. SCt.302 Churchmen 7:30: P.M. Evening Worship I II If she goes means that our military security: that on be "
itto 'I "Plunk', she'i ripe, social are supposed to obeyed un
Rev \1V Roland I Wednesday nicest our programs-the very ('C.

Sunday School . 10 a,m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30: P.M. Prayer Service But If she goes onnrqll, life of the nation -will be til they are I repealed out by that orderly those Free Folder ,

Worship Service II am. CIIIRCH 'Plank', shea green!"' : strangled. Already this year I have who processes break pointed Slate and Local
Prayer \Meitinn, Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Rev John l>Dozier Pastor CHURCH I know I will receive no prices voted against billions of dollars of now our

Bible Study, Thursday 7:30: p.m. Worship) Smite . 8:43: AMClurch : Bllllh boutl BAPTIST 6th Street; for this earnest pO1 kill efforll! Increased appropriations I so I felt 1 laws are going to expect our people QUALITY HOMES
tt School .........?._ 0:45: A.M. W On Sunday, Flag Day I made a :thai I had no other recourse open to obey Federal laws with which

81.' TAILS LUTHERAN Worship Service ....?.' 11:00: A.M. Johnny bervlteat L. King, Pastor talk at the Dtditatltn of our beau. e but to vote for the fiscal aol they do not agree/ as soon as these. I I'. 0. Box 68 Oceanway, Jacksonville 18, Florida
dunday laws Outside demonstrators
Youth Meeting .??._ 6:00: P.M. tifil new Post Office In Crescent vent:Ji of the nation, In voting with are passed
fill:KClI _._ School
\ ? School .... .. ... '730( PM 10:00: A.1\ Sunday at St Augustine should go Phone 764.4070 768-6653
Church : City, In Putnam County Mrs Car the! majority/ to Increase the temporary or .
Amelia City Nrtr Intersection 11.00 A.M. Morning Wornhir30pm back Into their own areas of the .
rte Flowers the Postmaster had
AIA : .....?.....??....?.... B.T.U. debt limitation country and attend to the moral .
A. r.. Cerhhu'dt Pmtort : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH II IIKn. 7'00 P.M. Men' Prayer Service prepared a splendid program andI PIBI' 1C {WORKS APPROPRIA. deterioration and the great problems .
J. T. Dunnam Pastor was delighted to be on hand for TIONS FOR THE 8th ,
:00 a m. Morning Sen'lc. 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship ITEMS of crime that are 10 evident
8 30 A.M the dedication of this new postal t
'tr Worship Servicea: : '' Tuesday: facility for the citizens of that DISTRICT' there .,. . . -.III! .. :
Till'liCIt Or CHRIST 11:00 7:00: p.m. ._......._.......M... Vlnltatlon pro. Included In the ,Public Works Ap. VISITORS # '
grosslve city. '
S"ulh lllh Strrrt 8 00 P.M. Prayer ]Meeting!! Wcdnl.tula1: 7:30 On the following Monday, I made preprlatlons Bill' were the following Recent visitors to my iff lee have ;
School _._ 915: AM i
Sunday Items of special Interest to us .
Earl Ilillxr!. MiulHlerSumlHy Trallllllg Union . 64: P.M. fir tt two major farm talks/ In Games Included: Mr and Mrs Hugh Simmons SPRAY > ;
in 8th District
H ble Study ...10:00: a.m. FIVE rOiSTSMIST our : 1
Service ._ Wednesday I vlllc one a talk before the 4,II Mr and Mrs Lloyd H Gil. ,
., Prayer f ill (4 million for construction
11 00
Morningornhip : am CIMTnrilKIV
Club and the Wilson and Prof. and
Conlcrtnee other before Iclte Nancy.
7 31) 1'.M
Evening Worship .. 7:00: : THOMAS IIIIKS work on the Cross Florida Barge : / ;
p.m. AWAY\
a !group of businessmen and Canal Mrs Albert Waas de Czcgc Judge CHINCH BUGS; :
---- 11:45: am, Sunday school others Interested In Florida agriculture : and Mrs J. II. Ward, Harvey,
11:00: a.m. .??? Morning Worship This latter talk was In con. 121) $200000 for planning work on Ward Mr and Mrs Robert N. i I v..> />;> .

6:30: p.m. ............ Training Union neetion with the DARE program the Four River Basins Project: Walker and Mike Walker, all of i,1,
....., Evening: Worship f 131' $10000: for a survey of the and Mrs J. B. Easy n waterlog/ yw / ;
i:30 p.m. arranged by Dr E T, York Pro Gainesville: Mr
COMET llA Awe''::" Vednenday prayer service, 7:80 vast of Agriculture at the tinker Wactassdsa((4. $13000 River for a; beach erosion Colbert and Bart of Lake City; lawn! Usi OITHO ", ) ..

] I p.m. iiily of Fla., and I emphasized' In project In St Johns County; Mr and Mrs Leon McKinnon, Bar. Sprat ta 1 ti '' I 1
; CHI'ltd! OF ROW\ OF that talk that we. who are interestedIn barn Gary and Mary Hay all of 1 .
(tat) Funds for the operation and gorges ISI..tawispriyir. .
nn n DEAL' fIRYOU. 1 KOPIIECY agriculture, must work for a consensus Crescent City: Leonard W. Prcvitt 7 1
maintenance of the Fcrnandini
Rev H. C. Drury PiMtor among!! agricultural leaders of Lawtey; Earl F Williams of 1 Dettriyt ../. 1 I'
Harbor, the Intracoastal Waterways
;JON 'THE, CAR School) with the consuming pub. Palatka Mrs Clementine King and ttlmlvorK I
10:00: a.m. .?..... Sunday a rapport and the Oklawaha River, ; / wins,
\ \ .- .' THAT iCCAHCL ; 11 Morning ServUe I IIc, a bold program of agricultural and Joyce King of Orange Park: and 1 tNl! / :

: ] 745: pm ... Evening Servco: extorts and the solution of allrl. .16)) $110000 for Investigation of a Judge and Mrs. Gene Weatherford,

,\ -- WORLD'S ,,7:45 p.m. We,Intbduy, V.L.B. Ser cultural exports, and the solution navigation project from St Marks Joseph and Suzanne Mr Bryan .JfH
t t vice for young people. of agricultural problems as soon as Rauschcrt and Margie and Louise, i ., :
River of the
(>j ; to Tampa Bay a part .
PUMAMUTY I *r they emcrlle.IMPORTANT. and Mr, and E Saundcr- j
West Coast Intracoastal Waterway
;'vli. I
,1984 !?! I Rev. eimard Duncan, Pastor The House has passed (II'' a $2 As you know despite the valiant / Chinch bugs suck out life giving plant

;;:, WdS*;**,V'*"" **4-#, Sunday Mass _._. '2nd 4th billion Federal Aid Highway Program opposition of Southern Senators Including / juices Grass turns yellowish, t then,brown, ; r
I Senators
Sunday .. .. 7:00: a.m. for the two.yeir period startIng our own / JiL---A
I "
and Smalheri. the .called Civil as colonies spread out Use ORTHO Lawn .
$212600 Sunday Main .................... lit, 8rd July 1, 1965; ((21: legislation to so 1 :
'DELIVERED FOR I 5th Sunday, 10.00 am Improve employment opportunities with Rights certain Bill has amendments passed the Senate In my, I SOLD IT 1 Spray at the first sign of trouble. r ;

Monday, Young People I 7pm: of the handicapped; <131> extension 1BR000NTEwaNraos
these amendments of
opinion, are
'' Services .. 7:30: I of the Insured Housing Loan Pru.
I I Tuesday, Novcna 1
minor significance/ and merely represent S ;
Lasserre Motor Co. I p.m. gram for the Elderly; ((4)) a Foreign the successful efforts of HARDEE BROS. CO.

Dally .._.......;....;....-.-.._.. Sam. Aid Authorization Bill; ((51 a 1 .
Senators from other of the I'I
I' Saturday -.?....?. Convent Chapel Public Works Appropriate Bill For parts 218 ATLANTIC AVE.
Nation to be sure that the bill does
Fiscal 1963 ((61 I extension of tie
5:30: Communion in Convent : .
l I nit In affect their
: any way own S
L -_ .-.. temporary Increase In the public .
= people. The amendments In the '
| Debt Limit: and 171> the federal I .. ;; .; .; . .
main made the Federal laws
Employees Pay Increase Bill .-..
n I FOREIGN AID In voting for the I II
eta I
''e foreign Aid Authuliullon Bill) I .

t am conscious of the criticism thai .
I the people of our District have expressed .
toward this program. I

1 : want to point out that the request'

I : was $1 billion lens this )'I'pr thin
last year and l of, the 8.,3 billion
authorised $400 million will I' to''

the South Viet Nam area, wherewe

are faced, as you know. with I
x some tremendous decisions Our : EVERYBODY BENEFITS i
July 4th S I highest military authorities believe ,
; I! that If we are forced to vacateSouth

I Met Nam. we eventually will
fi I t
lose all of Southeast Asia I also

I want to point out that we must Increase .
I our exports and one of the
b -< 'CIt your present tires are .tl' I main pin panel of the Foreign Aid i iI . .: (
I Program now Is to help us I Increase . / \i.
In good shape make sure our exports The new Admhlstia I .. ... .. ...:: AT THE
tor of the Forilgn Aid Program
P- they stay that way. \. Mr. David Bell In my oplnlen has

.\ ... .f'. :, drive in today for our made some excellent dunces In cc. .. . .:V: BEACHES
; the program It should be empha.
j I'I WHEEL BALANCE and' I sized that 70% of all the materiel '
-c that Into the Foreign Aid Pro : :
I goes ., j
gram Is pi'i cured hire In America . .
I voted for arm mime'i U (hut called I r
I' far, still inure (iitlizitlem: of American .:: "f

: funds and services In r rUwi FERNANDINA

... iW : Aid Programs/ and limit nt. old f for .

Here's what we do: ..... \ CALVARY ; .. ::.::
I BAPTIST llllKUIlimlry : .. ;:. BEACH UU
.is.Adjustbrakcs-alI4wheels $44" U.met '.:".. ...
Repack. front wheel bearings Any i Sunday School! ................ 10\ A.M.
Car Morning \ 11 AMtvenii
Balance both front wheels extra I .u bet : t..7:::::::: :M PMr : : ..

Inspect your tires : < -ttft : .. I Ir

i| Jirclcl A. hlllpa, Pastor
v I 16 No 4th St.

BATTERY FAILURES Sunday School . 10 TO a,m.

ARE EXPENSIVE! Famous MakeBATTERIES 1Iol'lilnlWur/ hlp . II (ua am. r '

Sunday Evening 7.10 p.m.
Avoldcosllytowingcharges!! 999
and emergency battery ) Wednl' day Prayer M 'ct ng

purchase Let our experts . . . 7.JO p.m. ,
test your battery before you As Low As Exchange start your vacation top IIILKCU OF (..OKlor U

: Ilk and Cedar M*. ,
Ki .. L. Marvin Johnnun I'astoi
Phone :2bl.JM)7

fir..fOnt NEW TREADS ,,10:00 am .__.... /Sunday School

II:00 ..m. ........ Manning Service

WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE f 7:30: p.in. .. Evening& Service

frayttr meeting Wednesday ) WI
Narrow or Wld Design, 7:JO pm

Tubeless or Tub.typo 4 for ttd il /
Gi>fd tL57 u _au :

Our New Ireodi, Identified by Medallion and chop mark are Nfl on 1'. Meiyer, Pasti
43UARANT O 9:45: am. ...._......... Sunday :School; No need to head for the hills you just can't beat our beaches for, vacation .

IAnlnrt dtfKta In workm.n.hl|> and nuUrlall dodos lift of lord 4949Plus 11:00 am _...... Morning Worship t'Oj,
normal raid hizard. l Lae.pt npclrakl Hmlum) ncww -1
fun. Everybody benefits from our beaches. They bring us tourists
\ "' terM I da nrryfar puimiw rar UM for It mMiUu. 6:30: pm.In'! SIII'I'l i| \ Pro.
U.p.eenr.u: yronud M tnai WMr nt M.N.a lltt crlMS nrrwt grams :I

u tler.t.dlv.Wua49m nSSA v mcm ;> rnr m1) tax and 4 trad.In Kret 1 I 8.00 pm I *. .*veniiiK I it U or>>hip galore and give our own residents an unsurpassed playground right in :

T I NOKIII Hlh HTKI:r:'t their own backyard.

9:45 a.m. ??....?...- Sunday School
II:00 am .-...? Morning Vvornhip .

6:10 p.m. ........... BTU
'7:10::) pm .... Eveningcrahlp!
I"' 7:JO p.m. ._. Mid.Week Virvice .
-( <:
Amelia Road ,Phone 2fil 1487 :
.... .;i, ,
z Rev! Loyd ChimlMrs, I amurSundiy

.I .),. ttl' I School ...-... ...... 10 am __ fuiiiciiiujiEja' ,

w' lar 1 118 AilatttIe Aye H.Oflt\J1:! H62 | MoinmifVorshlp ..........., II am

..... .. -....-....i'fi.'!_ Fvcmnjroiship ._.... .. 7 p.m.j I "S ,

j \\cdnosdft7 Service _... '7 pm i i


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