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 9, 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
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System ID: UF00079912:00080
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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In Nassau Of Service County ernan Ina JJ eat h icus-tirnaerAnd Local AdvertisingSine News I

: The Fernnndinii New., The florid Mirror The Nassau County Slur The Mtws The FernjhdimFtinunUlna Record,
Frrnnndlni Envnss
land City, F.M4aeai: unnrrvrr
Purchase, Mertyr or 1III ...lon. Th Florldi News, Tin Kill Klorldl. Th. Penmtule, The ,rnanoma Cnunci tnr
IBMAbeorhd by Ntws-Kecord, N....u Countv Leader The Outlook The FlorMa4ieugla' New.' Th. I trnundint, News. The DiHcunper --

VOLUME;\ 106 NUMBER 43- .. ---- nRSA--'lDINABEACll: l FLORIDA --THURSDAY,_JULY 9, !1064. 1 12_PAGES::; THIS 1 ISSUE l: -=.= ]lot I'EU: _COPY

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/u4arn1.1w r! c* : I II Operated Local Power By Plant FPUC 'I Roberts Seeking I Engineer For RoadSuperintendent Is J. T. (Jeff) Bowers

In Jax Emergency Seat On CityCommission I Sought By CountyIn Seeks CommissionSeat

When a major breakdown caused a classified nil In this Issue In 5J. '

aFtVVJ' the! JacksomHe\ 1 power plant to cur- the Nassau Board ol County Cum. Group
<>l:7 I
< tall service in ninny localities the mlsftloncrs Is athei( 'Using fur an

4 Florida Public llilltic-s Co. pressed Don "Beano1 Honoris hoi (nullified engineer/ to serve as county road T.. 'Jelf. Bimm., local re*.

e their ked( Kcncrutors, Inlo service for the! olflc c of City Commls.tinner siipcrlnlendcnt.\ tnuianlcur uniioiineed this week

1 In the cmcrgcnc In Grout 4, I The new siipeilnlendint will replace that he has qualiticd and will cimpnlun .

Since FI'LC uses Jacksonvillepower lit annoiiiu'lnit Ills citmllrincy, A. L. Sciisvil. who\ Is rctlr. fur election to the City Com-

*, Xt In tlu-lr, local( 8)sll'm. ('r. Huberts Issued the! lulUmlng official ,! l- ing from the postAppllcHliin (. .,bibs,
The civil rights legislation I II
nandina St'OI'hal, Included In the statement : > 11.111may\ be secured .
many things to many people. Aevidenced t $ tu.r e ,
emergency xrea wlieic al'rtk'e Irom Clerk of the Clreuit( '$k S
It h.1
by the reception .
; y 1f .
ayV was cuitailid Couit D.I O OxUuhii also her.
received throughout the nation I I It
ry a Da R' Ili 'jr Howevei II IIh FI'UC's local generator yea us clerk of I lie icmimmslon.\ I
Is doubtless anathema to the ma .
In ideation no Inconvenience
jnnty, especially here In the
lack of was lelt
or power
South To many of the.minority; .

It has doubtless created an embarrassment .y'I 3 locally. Four Candidates I

and a foreboding of

things to come. To others of thi Commission
minority It Is i welcome steppingstone I I h City Vying For Posts On

lo further agitation and Inc My I

<'liable violence. To that I" ugh : Okays Advertising City Commission

I ly Russian peasant, Mr. K, It I II (i"t"t, 1 1i

doubtless, a source of glee and
high hopes for a greater spread t y Ir"' '11t i For New Bulldozer By the deiclline fur iiimtiljinii

of Communism In nation that Is ilj }: !i; fir( Cilv (Cominlsslt trots, In

becoming Increasingly/ unaffectec t ; "tv P' Meeting l.itt nlulil In regular/ CirouiM Four mid r'iu 'hint Thursday .
by outside threats and more con : t. bUmcnthly loxslnn. the t'llv Commission at S pin, i (mil' iiimliclutes, hadentered
l'l'rIll'dl'lth the petty problems L.: ;Z<: I autliorlml City Minimer the mienIn ; I

In. re at home.! To politicians, es David Call.lie::';I lo advertise I forbids 'I Group Four, iimheul lien

I pc-clally from now through the ONE OF THE NEW RAYOMER: BOAT LAUNCHING: RAMPS In shown here tit Lit. on a (m>\\' bulldozer fur the I Korcnsen In l bring; / n|>|>cwcd by Dull

November elections I It Is t'I; I tie Rocky landing on HogK Creek. Three of the new roiueniencen for fishermen and Public Works Di'purlinent.1 "Bcaim" ItolHils <'

more 1 wider( for vote-ticking propaganda boaters have recently been completed with the other two concrete ramps being! located The necessity lur the! new bull- In Croup: Kl\e. Incumbent' John

/ which may prop their! I at Mill Landing on Thomas 'reek and Half !Moon Landing on Mills Creek. Stuart dance II'OSl'llI'n a city bulldo/er I "1 1. Don "Bruno" Huberts, Tllltikus Is oclnu oiHiM'| >,d by J. TUclfi Bowen IH seeking! the Group'3
to new! heights from which to foist wet damaged by vandal; recentlyIn h'rt"1 Bowers. post on the commission In the Uini-
) out the fine fishing
Davit of Rayonier Incorporated Southeast Timber Division points by announce my candidacy (
their Ill-timed and UIconcelvedrolbles. the amount of $37.11): Since the!! eral City r.lecllun: ( on July 21.
of the Nassau olflce of city CommlHiincr of For.luindlna The deadline fur iiulil\liiu| was
accessible to fishermen Left to Hunt, Pete Schuilino;
To me It Is kknarlly" i ; area made more damaged bulldozer had seen considerable ditto the dciiillinc' fur .tilt it'llsiiiiig, Illsulllclul statement U as fulluw .
Beach In 4iiibject .
time for cool heads and I am happy County Recreation Commission ))1I\'ls, Stale Rep. 'laude Wlntfate, County Commission smlre and rather than r Group In the ellv's new re.rcitlNtrntlon I I s;
to the General) Election:
to nee tint such has ifrevalled Chairman Jim Thomas John Met( calf of the Florffla Game and Fresh Water upend that sum for repairs on an July 21. or .program IIII\\el''r.\ (how ( "I 1 1. J, T, Jiff I I llowrrs. Wish to

here at home In the face of. thr': Fish Comm:scion, Gene Hickox and Gene Fachko of Nassau County Hyacinth Con I old machine, the! city commission. I ly registered nl yule III IK'CVIUIII'I! amioume my candidacy fur Iho office .

attendant\ aGgravation It was 'wcll trol. (See next week's Issue for a feature article with other pictures and map of Ray ers had decided on a new! "I am 33 years aid, a veteran the nl eral City Election on July 21. : of City ConimiKHlimcr In GroupS

0 said"him by whom an the ancient!gods philosopher would de..,,, onier's contribution to fishermen and boaters In this area) chine.delayed City drastically projects by the have lack ma'I' I Korean yean Military War; am Stivlce marched! during and' I This will be tiie lust regular election .. subject to the General Election

which local, clti/ens on July 21.
"- have 4 children; presently manage!! In previously ,
stroy they first made mid. such machine I Ii
I Die Fernandlna Reach Miniature reKlMcred can vole until I 11 1 sm basing my eandiilucy, on
rttr has been placed !
A practice I Is becoming prevalent Albert Davis Rites : Cumberland Island Divided i, The squarely Commission In I the middle by pro Golf Course; reside lit 19 North I hey are Included In the 21 jciis i.f successful( business ea.prrlence .
ration lintFuneral U of which have C
2M 151h St. In Fcrnnnillnn Beach! l.eorcall'l years
the beach In City
especially at recreation perty owners
am a member of :Memorial 1 Melho. been( spent; ( lieie an owner( anil tip.cratir .
bY two owners \
with which following a request
.trong. Held
area Here
SaturdayAlbert Church. of I the' nine Sea, hoc My
ly disagree. Tills Is the carrying I to close and abandon; a dedicated I dial '
of beer In cane and alcoholic bcv. Into Five Equal SharesEditor's I street I Unit has never been "In 19111 served an President! of I I Service prior, business experience' Petcrsburg. was.

erases In paper cups from busl. Davis 58.81 Interred opened and the request of another the Fernandlna Rich Junloi I Kulned In Jacksonville' and St. .

Saturday In Buford Grove Ceme. the ,tree! Chamber or Commerce! and as a .
establishments and drinking owner to open
ness last week of considerable I local: Intercst. property
( Note The proximity Held For
Milliard following fun. Monday "I attended the schools of Knox.
tery near between Fcrnanrtlna BeachChamber
In question Is I I Director on the
where there \ street
same In public arc cf Cumberland; Island to Amelia The Carnegie* and thrligiicBts The I It
that there eral service at Oxley Mortuary Lots I and 10 of Block 261'' of Commerce. In 196J I Ireceived vllle Teiincisce', and am of tin
children. I believe arc
sufficient establishments where Chapel at 11 a.m. The Rev. Jerry Island which appeared makes! the In following the Camden story cilia Beach have their long purl made for! visits Fernan 10 or, about midway between Four' t the DlsllnuiilxhPd'I, ,; : Service I'Donald C. Hancock I Melhidist' religion.Conllniied ,

such beverages can be consumed Philips pastor of, Faith Baptist County Tribune of St. Mary's, Ui.. and from the Island and the rid tecnth Street and Fifteenth Street,, Award: and was selected! as UK ( on Page/ Five)

and I feel these! are the propel Church officiated history of the two Islands Is closely with access from Beech Street. Outstanding YounlMan\ of the ,I
places for consumption. Too the I Mr. Davis died! July 2 In Hum. I Intel u oyn.1! ) the request! to close and abandon year In Feinandlna Beach Funeral' neulco fur Donald Clev. Rowland CandidateFor

discarded cam and cups clutter I! phrcys Memorial Hospital follow. Mrs. Faye Kelly the street came from Nlr\ and "1 am Vice President of Iho Fcr. I eland lluncick wan held. Monday I
extended Illness. I Court Judge W I D and Mr. and lit 2.00 p.in. In the First Baptlnl Boys State
ing tn Six I
up the area and are eyesores until I I Mrs. R L Dupree (Continued on Page
they are removed. He Is survived ,by thi? widow,, I Dies July 2 In Flexcr has directed! partition or Mrs, T. 1!, Blatchford, who ate i Church In MHl't'tcnny.'Itb, Rev Attorney GeneralDuane
I I ''Cumberland Inland Into five share side of UKnnxiljj I Howard( G. Olive, pastor, official.
Hazel DaIhree I Ga. the on either
divided heirs of tlvCarnegle '! \ Annie tog umlslcd by Itcv. Julin( W. Hunt,, I
deserves a great dealt sisters, Mrs, Ben Jones, Mrs El. I to be among | street > Mrs. High) 1I1I"laudl8S elccu'dtouult

\of credit: for the Installation ol I I roy Highly but. of Fcrnandlna Mrs Faye Tomiicnd" ", Kelly!,, I !.. !\! _.family,. The '94ueKt to open the strec .. pastor if r tJ'Ir8t& Bnptist. church ttorne _,pf ./lnf"I'; thin .
t; new concrete boat' ramps In the !leacll.-and Mrs. Elmer Popwell II I widow of the late, C. Morris KelLv'., In !the Carnegie estate are som came from Roy Crews, who ow'i ipropci Buried In 1 In Nashville, Ga.: died clllhl Mythical counties' which

county. I visited the ramps on of Milliard;' three, brothers Con. I and formerly a resident of StMarys. : 17,000 acres, Including 4.000 acre ty on which the slicvt dead Friday Mr. llniicock Saturday' compilsf the HIM) llnya !Stale now

Monday with a group which Is pictured way Davis of Fernandlna Ga. and Fernandina Beach of marsh, comprising all of Cum. f tends in the South. Crews has morning In I Maeclenny himpllal In seislon In Tallahassee, In un

In a photo In this Issue and I' Ralph Davis of Beach'l passed away In Leesburg Ga. on berland except a small portion al asked for building permits fur I Callahan CemeteryFuneral following a heart alluck a lew I' election nf counly officers held

was greatly Impressed at this Warren Davis of Fernandina ; July 2nd the northern end owned by the Lot 2 In the alfected block. Lot 2 hours prior.Cunsmitlal. I earlier this week -

concession to the fishermen and a stepdaughter Mrs Ruth Thorn. Mrs Kelly was the eldest da ugh. Candler family of Atlanta. i fronts
. boaters of this area. I only hope ton of Fernandina Beach; a stepson ( ter of Sinclair Columbus and Ef- FIxer! ruled In favor of most t ol affords two building lots with I' Klghl 82, was held last i:30 on Monday at I tile grave ld,, inlay 1 Duane I Is IUI'kinlIhe ofliieuf

., that those who use the ramps and Stephen Dunn U. S. Navy In I II fie Gllllgan Townsend of St. Marys, the Carnegie heirs who asked thai frontage on that street. Friday at Callahan The Rev. In Biwque Bello I Attorney General! Ills eipposl.

the adjacent picnic tablet and I San Diego Calif; and seven step Mr. Townsend was a prominent the Island be divided among them Crews Mid, howcxer. Hint If the, James T McKcndree! officiated at Mr. Hancock hud been a former lion Is Hay Jot.lIOn of Venice.

benches will do their part In keeping I I grandchildren attorney during the earlier! part so that they may proceed to use or I street Is opened up Ii<> dead-end of Lot (2 : the 4pm service at the Callahan reildent of Fcrnandlna Beach for I Candidates for state officers are
: clean and attractive were Robert of the century In Southeast Georgia shares galnxl the East portion
these facilities Active pallbearers develop their as they seem lo Baptist Church and at graveside sixteen years before moving nominated from the two parties
as well at the roads theyuse Thornton. William Davis Alton and St. Marys where! he re. he will have sufficient fnnlago! I In Jones Cemetery, Jlp'a8' assisted Tampa and for the pant eight iet up In Bays State the Federalists .
to 1 I Jones, Jerry Kljjht ) sided with his family' In Orange! subdivide abut 1 pail of his proper.ty
through Rayonlw property Jonea.1 Marvin The action was opposed! by one lots b)' Rev James Dunnam ur'' years had been In Mscclenny. I and the Niitionullsti

reach the ramps. In jiext.i i week's I and Warren Davis. I Ball heir T. M C. Johnston whose pre. I into two other butlcllntf the North HIP First Baptist Church of this He Is sinvlved by his widow, In addition to Iho Installation of
Issue the News-Leader witt carry were Ben I Mrs. Kelly Is survived by one A similar street on slate officers Friday the! buys
Honorary pallbearers sent residence Is In France Fourteenth and' city, Mrs. Lorraine Roheits Hancock( ,
story with additional pictures WUtcn Davis, Claude I son Garrctt Duncan; a grandson cast corner! of will) hear an addiesa( by Guy Far.
I Sorensen Johnston said the! partition plan \Dunild Hubcil, Hancock
I Im'mhl'r wit
Involved in a rcrumnifordinance Mrs Illgulnlx'lham, who was a scum
III and granddaughter
Garrett Duncan a Beech was
and a map of the ramp 'locations' Davis, Dr. C. B Brewton, Sam I Lucrctla ; Carmen Duncan would deprive him of his fair which was adopted( Jones and Tony Powers. share. He Is due four percent of two sinters, Mm, tknia'tutu' Dunne\ and Mike Hyh.nll'l're
all of Scranton S. C. the second and third reading last t Church, Chopler; 164 Order of ;
the past weekend I was the Inland but hli four brothers "lumen' by American I.eulim/ Post
During I Kastein Star, and Home ,la and Mrs, Evelyn C Giilnn,
of the most I lies Kelly has willed her body other helm night. ; : : 1)'lIlOn'l il to attend the 11184/ Buys Slate
meet one (the
privileged to Harold Belcher lo cancer research. Funeral ar. and sisters joined The rctonlniC Involved Hitch 2W' ) itrallun Club, died July 2 bulb of Jacksonville; two brothers,
couples I have to make representative's of 90! und I I IHcbby
personable young up II. Hancock of Orlunclo,
Horace .
,,11be\ made at a the corner being rctoncd She Is survived by four sisters.Mrs. ,
with !
In /
been exposed to In acme time. They High Bidder percent who supported the partition Helld'n.lIal Huncixk of Melbourne., Mrs, | Fernandina Beach I
H In 'I
love. later dale from Itcsldenliid Lcola II. Kwcurliwn! and
were Peter K. Moser and hit I Sale plan. I which will allow the building Kcrnunjlna lluncock Is the daughter of Mr. ..
Acreage I 2 tin Muvbcll Slalnaker Weather
ly wife Ylska. of Miami Beach : The plan Ituclf wan prepared at I professional offices at that location Beach Mrs. Ethel Conner ( and lllr,. B. F, Huberts of FenianUna *

and Philadelphia. Pete It finance Harold J. Belcher was the! successful Baptismal Service I the heirs request by the Jacksonville of Jacksonville and Mm. Nellie Bench | U. R An.rnved, Weather SlalomCuulh

director of the ABC vending Y. stock(: com.ex. bidder for the purchase of Sunday NightAt I really firm Stockton\ ) What. : The dedicated but (unopened uf!KoblniMin Kliigslund, Gi : and a Active! piillbeurern were A. K: 71h A' I'PI'' ,111..1Max MID. Rain
the N. I
and Co.
rated Dan In
on Icy
pany 36 land which were recently betweenFouileeuth A. L. Flnle,
acres In that block numlx-r of nieces and nrpkews.Acllve Smith. K II. llnklnn
change as the largest concession.I I lt by the Federal Gov. I First BaptistA I The plan call for division of the street and Fifteenth, was alto pallbearer were! llov C W. Webb. Billy Knabh. and Jc hit Thuro. July 2 81! 71 ..IIBrrl.
world. Reason for their shares to be divided 70 ,ZIISut.
Hires In the Island Into five .. July 3 !NI
ernment. of conecin for property ( Jr, Ed Conner, W, K. Ulakely honorary, Humiell PullerHeld. -
of : the subject ff mate
visit here! Pete had special service! of music and among five branches of the fimlly .. ,filly 4 8B 7J.78Sun.
The property, located In Nassau owners In that I Instance the look: J. W, Hlgglnbotham. Man- C C. Allen J. W, Hone. W. >
bridge! from Fernan. will be presented at theFirst The Island was divided Into, 5 83; 7:1: T
the proposed serlptuic! Jllly
County, was formerly a portion of Commission assured the ownersthat Icy Long and J. E Wcatherfoi. II. Naglc, F, S, Roberts J. !I'
Mary's, Ga., next southern halves because 76 IITuel"
dina Beach to St. Baptist| Church Sunday northern and M"n.. Jllly 8 84
Amelia Lighthouse Reservation they had no plans now or in Honorary pallbearers were Fill. north, W. M. Barber. J, C. Jume-
wanted to check the aspects of fu. evening. the northern portion Is mostly July 7 86 77 II .
Investments In con. Belcher paid $9001,SO for the land of Baptism and land and the the future for opening the street. ugh Jones A. A. Jones Hollls ion, Puree Entzmlnger. Herbert 88 70 II
ordinances I
possible The rugged picturesque Wed", July 8
lure I I of Crews and that I W F, Conner, Harry 0. Strat. 3uiley, Curtis Cordon, E. L. Yar. I
Allan request I Ray, I
Where did made by the ,! bo observed I The
iiectlon with the bridge The sale was the Lord's Supper are to southern portion li mostly open Slatim i The weather I. 'urnl.hed eourt..yyinrtd.
tho Duprees and Blatchfordii an, Allen L. Jones Albert Cun. >ough, Jr.? Hugo l Leslie, I'
he hear! of the bridge hit com. ta Regional Office of General! Scr- during this service. and flat, and each of the five of Phne ntl.e... "
: haw and P. H. Murphy. rYnn.rn" nh.prvPt'
1"1. Nnlan'
) Marsh
Two and Craig
pany has the concessions at Stone'' vices Administration as a result of The music Is to be provided by ((Continued on Page Five) Continued i on Page her j

Mountain, Ga. where I local corp. sealed bids opened on June 24 an adult ensemble and the youth I II -

and oration II. E.
pine type sky lift to the top of the subject: for the Sunday morning j

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mountain. Trade At Home service, "Life's Alternatives"FIRST Cl'RT: CORDON '* X '* X lIII'
o/y -
. Con ratl to"the city on the work Jack Woodward and Il> mo! Fish-

that hn already! been done at the ,, Icr who spcnsur the Forest Hill
liedblrds of the local Senior Bane
city dump area and what I Is planned
for the future. From a smellj', ball League/ rnl a lot further ,-

smoke tilled and unsanitary dump last Friday night: and gene/ their

this area Is fast being transform. I 1 14\! League. / Champion Itcdbirds a

ed Into an orderly and sanitary nice victory bouquet| at the Sund-

operation that will eventually re. bar. The buys were treated to I
of Jasmine Kfufourt' dinner for whiiilnn the
putt In the rTHIS
14 league title.
Street from its present Eastern
terminus through to the beach. I III David Calchcl. Kcrnundina Beach
and the City Manager/ was the tuu lmu.
This land fill operation
relatively new Icr lor the evening and kept thlniis
work of the city's
Traxcavator will be the subject: of moving for the boys the entire
I !
evening Special guests/ fur; the affair
an early Issue of I publication
named Rural and Urban Roads. 'w h with Woidwurd and Filthier
J hI were! Bill ItodcllVr. President of
-tr t tI
I am cspeilaHy! pleased to note I I# the Senior and Little .League/ ; Buddy .
Vlce-Prenldc-nt In
I number of youns'tors
the large
: charge of the Senior League! ; notyCald..ell.
. for the
who I showed up Monday I
Managing/ Editor of the
first In a scries of free golf les.
Fernandlnt Beach Newt-LcadiT. ;;
by Pro Ed Malison
Chief Umpire fur
Ybor Alvarez
Fernandina Beach Golf Course.
Fcrnandlna baseball and Curt Cur-
of the
Thirty-nine took advantage
nl4; Editor Fernando i
already 4" t dim Sports
and 30 are
enrolled In the News-Leader Junior Brach )Ioe\\.Leader, HAI'I'Y' KKOl'l haM just celebrated the victory of the Forest Hill Red birds. in Senior: !tile League competition '.
Manager of the
Tournew which follows the lessons' Nat Smith The Sandbar. The dinner was provided by Jack Woodward and H. U. Tinnier, 'lllIn.>
dinner ut
his A. with awards
Rcdblrds and an
ANNUAL PASS to Fort Clinch State I'ark for the Champion Front left to rllthl flirt Cordon; News-Leader spurts. editor; Dr.V., I 1) Kmlrfier,
del:1 Albert Gonzales Introduced of the winner row.
sistant sots pennant
I I have on my copy of the 1964-65 was purchased by Willie M. Turner. I'ark dinner Fishier uMmr" AUare .
wason the players on the team which Little League president. : Woodward; City Manager Dinid iatchel; who emceed the ; ;
first Issue of the Public Ledger, Gil Decker ta shown affixing Turner'n pass to the Hank Son lieu Sl\e Adams
In Philadelphia Supt. were: Barry Rice. Beryl Rice /, chief umpire of Little League Second rowl I to r, AI (;ionalecoach, Ricky Jones,
which began publication windshield of MM pickup truck. Turner, an inveterate Jim Corbctl. Carl Smith Hack I to r. Jimmy Cornell. Ricky
March 25 1R38 Theellowed Ricky Oliver 11I1ifn, (lean, Mark linen. Terry (Howe Carl Harris and :Nat manager row .
on fisherman is one of the parka most frequent visitors ax Harris. Sieve Be.ville. of the team are holding individual .
was lent us by Phillip Harris Winton l Rice, Steve Neville, Barry Rice, Winton Harris and Mike: Douglas, Members
Oliver Beryl
j > Jackson! of Nastauxllle and he heads for his favorite fishing haunts. The passes, Terry Rowe Ricky Jones, trophies given them by Woodward and Fishier The large trophy in front& of Gutchel wu presented by the ,

comments Il I' which sell for $2.23:.! entitle visitors to the park to fret Mike Douglas. Hang Soo Him, MI.Contlnu.d thin inue. .'
.contains. (Continued many on pithy Page Ttree) I admission for the rest of the year. j I ( on page two) league to the team llpon on. (See itory by Curt Gordon I in )



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.. FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Questions And Answers Threat,
Industries Take to Meet ,
111 ASV STREET PHONES 3CM sin r num. Steps

....... Itself, continue after an attack and! not
continues the American economy
A John K. Perry Netrapaper I lrWt' to American beef ult IU Industry facilities and tra;nIn a Mostly* ] however, they fall Into suffer caused 'corporal by destruction amnesia o! \.,:14
On Civil Law be prepared toturvive. several categories
Ru OldwcU Editor and pfembtef. Rights < program to from, the record! .
\ and recover o Fir fighting and dliaitercontrol Bank and Insurance com.psniei .
ARC AUDITED PAID! CIRCULATION cc SILL PINNa worst an enemy could throw at to meet peacetime disaster hive been especially at.
this Nation. and wartime damage on tine among businesses In mod.
:,':' Published every Thursday and entered it the Post OfflcaFrrnudina Slit that anyone much, except With the civil rigid law rcrrlv. Q-Uhrn did this become eff('('. Accustomed to Injuring agairst the fringe i : of a target area or In ertiUlnif their record preneni.t .
mil)lit' Mri Scranton, wanted to ordinary hazards the managers effected by fallout because of .
ng the bulk of publicity today In liver a tone on procedure th ;putter
tenth, Florida, a* ircund clam null! m. ltrSnbvrlptlon of Induiti lal and commerclal
know his whereabouts. but CK: >VSrr many I from fallout and d 0 ,
the natl< n press and on TV sod A-Thursday night when' Presl- enterprises in this country o Shelters a.mop1e"i ? Anoutatsndtnd
u? Rate: n( having; a oonfertnoo un slrilesy Urns and and Its while at work Frequently, civil duiitt',al Bunk of Rhode I late their employees
answers on the low BIO law that company
14 t year $2.25 8 month lUll I Month' i defense survival Information for 'which built outside Providence
with tx v Rockefeller!' lest week- could also survive evena
especially timely Q Are there criminal penal.
"w.. any empU yees' home use la provided an underground) self-contained,
$4 50 i year out of Bounty i mlA. tie for violating It? :nuclear: attack. and recoverfrom I Secure location, usually nurlfor bla t.resistant center thuu .
Qo-whnt of the low hive the disaster Most union o
.. off part a
campaign get the voter
vital record
A-\ Fnforeement .h IhrMKklajinetlM have enthusiastically/ supportedsuch !' underground or in remote aress, e Its and I therlmpultr
the Goldwater standard run Into a direct rlfect on burins CKt.iWuirtimnltT for its centralized .
anted broaght h federal emergency preparation I for key personnel and records DC
lot "Ktratcfty" and correctly Iden. < trli .by hMllvMnalR' or If a pattern These measures are a* varied to assure that the company could counting system.
titled In till ease that Ilo<'kpfcllrrli A-Two parts, hsnniaq ells.ermnu4l.in or practice of dtwrlmlmtlM I

PONT YOUR YARD loaded with million In "IIlr. I I. phew of imhllr' IM- 'Is alleged, by the V. ft. attorney
MAKE AN06TeCl (CUVMra" ewueted.Noe. aid the oilier. hi Mrks general

hlkt, the. darkhorse entry ... firing and ether emplnymeiKararHeei Q-What It. court order barring I i ihl
In the IMf handicap, the IBJ Hscrlmlnatli I Is not rbevcd ? hl II t ,

COUR/ Ram'h"* Sir Eclm han completed | Q-What Is mc,nt by playa of I, A-A judge, using h'* chit eon- I i
lint working out lit Viet NamMr ts
public accommodation T tempt powers, could pot a person
Eeho I II a replacement for rstaMhtmrmrts offering food. In jail iiiilR he agreed It obey. Me I

"Lord Nelson" who was scheduled I lodging and entertainment le the \| Next ester But If a judge wanted I
to wear the LBJ Ranch pink and I I :pobHc: This I Includes' restaurants, I U punlih a person for a past violation .
1 Mark like (Islet> but "l rd law' I
I cafeterias, lunchroom, lunch through criminal contempt 1 ea41
suffered a aartmit Injury to lots .p ten soda fountains, mm, proceeding, there would have to be am +
when IM rtvmbtod In site Callfor. motel, theatre, motion eoun'l a jury trial I

iiii IAIPi i | ala la8l.1tea. recently l&ollWI. concert halt, sports Q-What about the ban on dls. i
'Mr Ceha," inouM lie win 1M and other place of crimination I In employment when 'I
V//i OOP handicap, would be pined entertainment doe It become effective?
r \T' acalntC 'Lady )BUtT Laughing.ny1 '
I Q-What about tourist homes? A-A year from now.
awl '"Whltt Hop*,." the Alabama A-H a to.rM .bone or a roe.... Q-What business will It apply
mavt'kk1a' ht 'Ho Hum Ing house la occupied by \the senora to?
t Dtrby' at' America Let Down la his reiMette aid not more than Businesses with' 100 or more I

Nov. flee room are for rent II I I. ex.! 1 employe!' are covered In the first
The oM noHtlr al rallWrd predlet after It ,become
: empt from coverage. year effective, I
"Sir Echo" may batter the record Qr-Doe the ban' on discrlmlna. these with 75 or more In the leeend,
I'If that great l Miwhlood by Ego out tlon apply to gasoline stations T lh"e with M or more In the third I
.. .f Conceit, "Me Tony Dewey." A-Ye*. j and those with U or more thereafter I

Ilhr Q-What about a department I
store? 9-What about seasonal' em.
1 w ..lwwIwJwiwWCodtlHWMI A-A .department store! It not ploye? How are they counted ? '
I BtwettfcaHy covered' but If It has I A-Fmpleyes are coasted for I
i r ( from Page One) any covered estabtlshmenl wllhlaUs coverage parpnsr only If they I

premise tt leaf example, If It worked at least n weeks for the
were referred to the city Plan.
seeseircirv kM a restcurant or a lunch coaster basines" In a year
nIne and Advisory Board for I
study I
.. and recommendation Q-Doe* this work the other way Q-J>oes this part of the hill prohlbit .
around so that a shop In a covered disciImlnallin on account of
City Manner Catchrl said thatDockmaster
1 I establishment Is brought under the sex? I
Joe Surlano had been
TwiS *rcrv rmuvnr lA1**IEsYLY contacted -e.ardil&1 the pomlbll.Uy I law? A-Yes, and on account of rare
A-Yes, beauty shop and barber I color religion\ or national rlghi.Q .
e'4VeA4i QV/ ii /1 1fK i )t uae/f ot a charter boat operation out
.- snap* see not specifically covered, -What about enforcement?
: ...waofi. X&P TOOLS fRQM (/4'MR m I I I I of Galcliel the I city said marina: that' the overture I for example. but they are If they A-No criminal penalties are
ar. la a ketch provided for violation. As In the
8W- came Irom the operator of a marina -
Q What' kind of discrimination I psklfe aeeemn.edsilenn se'etiea
on tha at: John River who
:: yot/'it fiifi .ii' ii f hal three deep tea charter boat I i Is prohibited? suit nay be brought bv aggrievedIndividuals ,. Mn
I A-The few provide' that all per. ar by the attoraey gea- pa ,
He told that the marina wa -
r seas Ball be entitled to the ,full i eras
a7 out of bualneaa and desired te I
and eqaal enjoyment. of the good, I In both of these two parts nf the
: place his boat at advantageous
services, facilities. rlllegea and I bill provision Is made to seek voluntary .
I: pctlticn I advantage In place al public ae.eommadattsn I settlement of crmplafnl

,. Eighty per cent of the 25.5 mil | One In three of those who da.! The Coaihrtlueloe l : uulructed Gut. "..Itll..' discrlmlna. | and to give states with their' own ,
lion cords of pulpwood bought an. vclop cancer today are saved acnually chel to secure additional Inform. I Sloe M segregation M the ground laws In these fields a chance to art
: by the South pulp and i i cording to the American Cancer altos MJH ptbpoaal.Commbbbnee. *f race color religion, or notional I before the federal government I

paper Industry la purchased from Society Half could be saved IT L.; L, Bohannoa origin" .. step In.Burgeso. i I
liked If It were possible.. for the __ .. .t. _
J Individual landowner In 12 South.I the cancer had base diagnosed
I city to.add a (aeUUy at the ma. I Y 'y. IITI i'
crn slates and.
and Rndeffer
early treated! J expressed
,. ___.___ ; .promptly --.... rlna'i, ,boat ramp ;/*. that those ,I Senior League their appreciation to Woodward and
with ,outboard metor boat could
J I Fishier!' fir aprnsorlng the team
1 JI deposit their I gray, first aad the I
each ,
/ I i Continued from Page One) year
JI pick It .up once ttielr ,boat war{
1 I afloat. He pointed out that till* len Bean Mark Bean and Sieve I A large trophy was presented to
would make It\ easier for boater Adorns Gary Murray waa not ,present Woodward and Fishier Burger 1
L. and their passengers to get In and for tile evening. explain Hut the trophy would RENT
I have lo ho won by the same team
called Fishier
aY 0 out of Mth boat with I their gear I IGafcnbl I Gntchcl on to say
few words., Fishier pr..dtis\ ) for 3 consecutive years In order to<>
; I'
::;: .. .; Mid Die city would ex. I I i
.. ... ,.. :1. ." t' ..U" '. plore the poiklblUly of adding i isuch team for winning the title and remarked keep ItEach. __ _: __ '. ___ ,_ .__ _._ ___ ____ ___ IJ__ _
: the team
.. ... 1 want to thank the opposing player on was I
Jr a faculty
t1 f" i
i rl I pitchers for hitting our presented an Individual trophy
7Ji yh A letter was read from Chamber I team'* bat as much as they did" ,I with hit named engraved as being
of Crmmerr President Reed Le. I Woodward thanked the team for a member\ of (the Champion Redbirds .
1 -
i welter ht which he! thanked the '
the and praised
winning pennant
: ; city far their Invaluable aid \1'11111 them for giving the game their best Five nedblrds mote! the All.Star

Fiesta activities. and fighting to the last out. He told' team/ which will be playing In 'v'
J JJI I A letter'was also read from the I the boy that he once played ball Jacks:mllle on July 22. Barry rr "
e. awDarl Duncan L. Clinch Historical Socle. and one boy laid he had read about Rice, Biryl Hire Winton Harris, rs. I d
... ty of Amelia Island requesting aid'' his playing Woodward questioned RickY Oliver and Sieve Bevllle t

\\1:1\:: project during the coming where, and the youngster answered were the hays selected for tile( All-! :

OIT THE WORD If year and asking that the City In ancient history. Star team
coming through loud and I Commission meet with representatives --- ----- -
clear from Internal Revenue A good record of ox- ? of that group to discing I

/ pens* It going to b* wet nigh Indnpentlbl when the projects CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS .
dealing with WaiWngton. Gatchcl was Instructed to ar.
route a iilltoBle time for such a I
You'rt wise (to pay every bill by check. You're wK( meeting:; The Historical" Society Is COUNTY COMMISSION! 10 nm 2nd, Winlmnlny after l lat Mllndl1,1 'ir, fllllIII
too, when you check on Our bonl!. artlng' an outlay of Y19DV 1 from the I ConmilMxIitn Chambers: I

1 city M assistance fur the projects CITY COMMISSION 2ml, and 4th Wedne ,Inys 7:111:: p.m. ClU'
Galclid also Informed the CommlKfftonor Commission m''rl' i
that a publication, Rural HOSPITAL TRUSTEES!: :trd thiinday 10 a m. Hospital Dli I
FLORIDA National' Bank I and Urban lloart. will curry Ing Room e e a +I Ihea
en the hical land fill operation t
a story '
SCHOOL BOARD lot Wednesday after 2nl Monday, 0:10( a.mSuperlntindtnl
"-'''''''''''''''' in an early lasso
1 : n."srNefF.rnendinei.eclr. s Office I I

.. bea mail have no 'brain. 'Las PTA EXECUTIVE: : HOARD last Thursday 3:30: pm Jr ; n n

.l stead'd number nf ...ePfemitt.. High.. Cafvtorlum of .Q !
-' --' -- control the different part of the PTA MEETING lot Thursday 8 p.m Jr. IIIKII Cafetorlum c a

I body, Marinclund of Florida re.. f 0 41:\ eitnide Inn
I KIWANIS CLUB ash Monday : p.m. -
( port*.
-- -- HOSPITAL AUXII.IAItY :nU Tuen.lay 3:10:: p.m. IlospiU

_, Dining Room
f 'AYCr'8: Each Monluy, 8 p.m. Rirriutlm Center Lounge I

r z IONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 p m. Seaside Inn I
I 3 3s
ROTARY CLUB I':'mil We.hu'sduy Noun luncheon Seasldr

Smiling. llvm LEGION Ut and 3rd :Mondiys 8 p.m. at I I.eglus.

I, CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thurvlny City Co"mls.lo.1 I
: My Mom Has New Appliances From Suburban Chamber N .
CLUB lot Wednesday Woman Club Bldg

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nunaaj District a p.m 2nd Friday |
:i You'll Smile Too Whn You See How Easy It r' f j jIs Seaside IncMERCHANT'S

ASSN each Srd Thursday Noon Luncheon -

Buying Them. ,It ;u Sesntde Inn I
: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 3d :Monday Luncheon 12:IS -
Seaside Inn
4 i BUCCANEER COIN CUB r-1 pm 1st Mnndiy etch month! Long Distance Lets You Visit

day each month 8pm: ;.- IV Itoom at Recreation! Center.
Ranges Water Heaters Refrtftrafirs HeatersAnd
NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL AltCII ON3::; 2nd and"T4ih Anytime !
Thursday H p.m. Masonic Temple I I

AMEI.IA LODGE NO 47 :F. AM 2ml and 4th Tuesdayr
They Handle Their Own With 12 24 36
Financing or 8pm. Masonic lemplajIORFIN
Miss a friend? Grandma? The family back home? You don't haveto
lODCiF. Nn I 101 IGftthts if P..tlilis Ht and 3rd Thursdays I
Month Easy Payment PI.Inr 8pm. Mnxcmic.'TeirtpIoCFRNANPINA I pack up and go to enjoy a visit. Just pick up the phone

TEMPLE: PY1IUAN SISTERS .- 2nd and 4t*
Monday of month at I p.te> Masonic T"nlllie.| and call Long Distance. It's the easy way to have a happy

Besides That, You Just Can't Beat Their Service CHAPTER (K ORDER FAMfef) STAR lot and 3rd Tuesday -
1 Manonic Temple *)TCJH visit any time you feel like it. And the cost is so small for all the

They Serve All Nassau County With Radio Dispatched Trucks SPEBSQSA Lounge.. EACH TUESDAY 8 1':11.: Recreation Center I pleasure you get. and give.

: And Qualified Service And Delivery Men. \ : lIKCIh: lot Monday ',... .. ... ..........................._.. 8 P.M Southern ( \ Bell

i FOUNDERS OAIIRFN!': CLUB Jid, Friday: . . ... 3 P.M

'- MAGNOI.I.GAIn .S HUB: 4th Tuesday ..................?......? I P." -QmwGnj a. f Z7io Fatwtd

: 21 Hours A pay; Suburban 7 U'tl7th\ Ht.Fernnndlna t. AZALEA GARDEN: Lei Ind Tue day ..........?................... 8 PM.
: 2.0:: Lighthouse Circle t

: Metered, Mottled, Riilk ['be.. 2IH.IIUiI: :1TITC'H.A.RIT fl.R: Ut and led! !Monday _..... .._........... T30PM: Exercise yourright

: Gas SenUc Propane !llearh, Fig I I AMERICAN Legion:"Homo LEGION: AIXILIARY. Pest 54 4th Tuesday II p.m. at as a citizen... \M be sure to register and vote this yeari'ag'i

: I SENIOR CITIZENS 2nd and 4th Thursdays. Rec Center' 7:30: P.II.I I


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Lender. Fcrnnndinft Beach, Florida Thursday, July 9, HIM Page Three
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All-Stars To -
League Compete
I J. E. McNeil RetiresAt I live Jub I t. I'M. Joseph E, Mc.
Fernandina Beach Nell AiHistunl Paper Mill Tour
In Tourney At Jacksonville July 22 Container Corp. I Fireman, bus been granted early

retirement, .illir forly-one years of

BY CURT GORDON than likely call on Winton Harris Fishermen EligibleFor .... ',. service\ IIh nee company.

'"Il'' senior League All-Star were to do the pitching for his team at I' j McNeil \\/1',. born In Mobile Ala.

'led over the past weekend Harris compiled a 9.1 record over, Financial Aid .> bama on! ,1, ninirv 5, 'Kl2'! and was
1 Kill represent Fernandlna the season fur the pennant-win an under I' cnlis'ce! In the armed

I. ich at the Senior League Tour ning Redbirds Lee Godwin I Is .(1(1F. services di rum World War I, He
mient to be held at the Jackson. ready for mound duty with a 3-1 Solon H. Thiimpiun. Regional Director ( rtarted\ wait Container Corpc ration
'le I of the Bureau: of Commercial at their ncinnnil, Ohio mill on
!Naval Air Station on Wed- record behind him during the regular
Fisheries in Si t. Petersburg June 21,. I'i2.l. and transferred to
"" sday allcrnuon, July 22, at two season Lefty Terry Rowe
duck, the Beach, Florida lias announcedthat the Fcrnnndma operation on January .
who tossed 3 no hitters during a.i a.r a.
programs: for financial( assistance I 9, 1'l.lt! ) shortly after the! startup
Her!)l Rice, Barry Rice, Jerry season will also be ready for ae.
to commercial fishermen are
} tion. of the new pull; mill.
Franklin Mike Conner Granville
active In the Fernandlna Beach
He! and Mrs McNeil recentlypurchaMVt
Burgess Steve Seville DavidJohnson
I Hank Bailey, Ricky OIL area I a nomc in Jacksonvilleand
tcr, Lee Godwin 1 Winton Harris i : I Rowe Hurls No- To dale 3t! fishery loans totaling i me at In.me" to their many
$701.088( have been approved friends at tsai) East 14lh Street.
J. P. Allen Bubba Williams and I the former of 'ern-
when site
HOW MANY OF THE LOCAL OLD-TIMERS for fishermen In Florida Loans
Kenny Lancaster were the boys 1 I Hitter For RedbirdsTerry the waters of the Amelia Rier. Thin picture .
this from
puked, with Robert Thornton am I andina (now Old Town) looked like mny be obtained to llnanre operations i
alternate furnished the News-Leader by Mrs. Nancy Seibert shows the old government purchase new fishing equip.

Rowe hurled a no.hitter as house in the center foreground and the Catholic Church at the right Both have since mcnt, and to replaceessels which

the Beryl Rice with lopped the hitters for 01 the Redbirds handed the Pirates a been demolished. At left is the former home of Mrs. Carrie I Davis, now owned by DOUR; have been lost or have become Inefficient. RENTED IT'y
an average
season 12.1 Rlu'lliuking. Rowe was a little Over 1 Is atilt
548 with Franklin hitting'' and In center background is the Downes house, both of whiih lire still standing.Virtually KIMMOOO
Jerry Decker) THROUGH THE
wild at the beginning of the game I available for lendiim to qualified
old Davis home at left is the old lookout lower,
Bur. behind
,440 Mike Conner hit ,431 but settled down to toss the nohitball indistinguishable the fishermen, It NT ADL
pear .400, Seville, ,391, Johnson game He walked the first where pilots could scan the surrounding waters fur incoming ships. Exact date picture Also Federal mortgage Insur. su Ru

,360, Bailey ,300 Oliver .314, Godwin three batters, but did not walk but made is not known. I I
,304 Barry Rice .286, Allen was ----- once II available l lu aid In flnunc. L. Jones. 1'l.int Manager Mill
2 after (that during the game the construction of new vcs.sols. .
.267.Williams .243 and Harris .1WI Ing Division, Container 'ol'plratlt'R: of
Oliver, Rice, Steve
Kenny Lancaster hit a neat ,500, Bevillc Ricky, Barry Rice Beryl Mason Bean, Utilities Lose To Falcons Take Stags 39 Juniors Show Up popular. The FHA program financing Is similar for homes to the America, Fernamlmu Beach/ Florida
but did not go to bat as many J I Rowe and Mark Bean got the hits explained that recently announced that
Mr. Thompson
limes as the other All-Stars. Lan. ;! --- -- -
caster Is rated an outstanding hit. '' for the Redbirds LINE SCORE Moores & HardeesIn With No HitsThe I For Free LessonsAt both long-term Bureau, low-lntercst programs provide financing for '

ter find will be counted on for
I Redbirds 202 44 12 7 commercial fishing'
heavy stick duty during the lour. Pirates 010 00 1 0 Twin Bill Falcons did not gel( a hit off I Golf Course to fleet.upgrade our
nament. I YOUfor
Ruse and Mason Bean; Williams the pitching of Robert Johnson and I -- -- THANK

Manager !Nat Smith will mere and Pikula. : J, p Allen, but came up with 21
-- Moore'l defeated Fin Public 11 runs In the first liming to down the Thirty-nine youngsters showed. I Lions See Film voter
Utilities, 5-3, In the opener of a Stags 2.0 up Moml.iv afternoon at flu- Fer.nnndlna your fine response to our

double bill, then, 41.lost to HunkenIn The StaiM gut 4 hits olf tare I the free Heath lessons Golf being/ Course given for by, On Brewing ArtJohn

Paul the nightcap: I Godwin but could nut store Ted'i Pro Ed Mattson.Mattse.ii re-registration program.
C. Burns Silva blasted home
a run
AgencyRegistered Sue I
Anderson, J. p, Allen, Bobby ,. was delighted/ at the
Moore In the first with 1
for game
Lai back, a represeiilutlve
Thornton and T B'uteI't/: the ills '
large tinnoiit and also at the however that those
and ahRl Please note previously
Janice Fowler ,
; : I fur the Mags. who of the U S, HICUCIH\ Association ,
thirty have already signedup
land getting 1 two hits fur the Kpc'iker of the heal
Real Estate Brokers was guest
11'1 linen. ItliumU Guest and Jl'lIn.1 LIVE: MORKt, : for the News-Leader junior I Lions Club, an they met Tuesday I registered are eligible to vote
:319 South 81 h Street tourney on August 24, I '
hit each
rite Cuss had one Slags dull 000 II 0 4 evening at Seaside Inn In fl'lUllur'
Phone 26 t.3i06( <) wi n nen. I Kalecins 2WI' IKIO(( ) X 2 Ol I lie noted however Unit the date I' weekly ressiuu.Larback I in the City General Election on July
from free 1 lowons has been chung.
had base lilts
Linda Evans Johnson Allen und (truce CUll. ,
color film
ft ftto to :lead the losers while Mary Jane I nor; Godwin and I D. Johnson. ed (rum Mondays to Wl'dneadaysla'st showed n In I
2G3'J: : Oregon\ McGregor Boulevard 4 Bedroom, Tutor, Aliff Knight Patsy June. I ,30 p :in. i 1 "The Brewer's The con.matins film 21.
with his mlilicss. !
2 Lathe, Family Room and kitchen filled with built into Virginia Brewer Eleanor Flint I In iiigrd I that all youngsters!
the history of brewinIfrom
are the features p* thi.s fine home. Already financed and Linda Vanzant hit -i.ifely lor I Pirates' Belt dehlrlim hand Wednesday the free Instruction at 4:30: and be they an'i showed the first rcionliil history This will lie the lllilt regular election! In which,

Move in immediately with no closing cost, Pay Owner the losers. I
right down to the modern me.
In the second game Jlardec's also sign/ up for the tourney |I 1 residents vote until they IIUMrout'istiriJ! /
small equity apd' you have a fine home iu Fernandina Binds may :
Beachs best neighborhood, defeated Uttlltlei 4.1 as Taunce Cardinals 13-2 In emphasizing/ the size of the I
Smith led the winners with 2 hits. ,
,to if brick June Roland Sophie Rice, Jeanette Redbirds Blast brewing industry Larback pointed I David Gatchel:
In Florida alone $SO million Manager
1908 Beech Street. A veneer Kingsberry Henderson Carrie Alvarez The Pirates smashed out 14 hits out that City

Home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Possession! Wanda Wilder and Jimmie Townsend In scroing a 13.2 victory over the 12-2 Is collected annually In state I
$Stags and federal tax on the sales of of Fernandina Beach
Cardinals. Van Scagraves and City
immediately Modern design and screened porch. had hits for the winners I

Ideal for a no1 teacher)) at the high school. Assume :Mary Jane Tiner and Patsy Fletcher Shurley getting 3 hits tills product.conclusion of the film !
scored 11 In At the
apiece to lead the Pirates at the Tt)0 Redbirds runs
FHA loan and small down Jones led the Utilities with 2 hits ,
pay plate the fourth Inning to hand the Stagsa Larback answered a number : ---- ---- -- ---- -
ft each with Cathy Dopson 12-2 Senior League baseball loan asked by those In attention.
Rich and Roger Waiters
asleeper. Clint
Knight and Carolyn Knight getting -
This house is 4 blocks from Elemen ,
2 hits with Charles The Birds belted out I hits In the
tary school. 1 block from Atlantic Avenue. 2 buths. hits Line for Score the lasers first fame) I I got Holton. Bubba apiece Williams, Adams 'Inning. Carson McKendree, newly elected .

If you can pay about $1,000 down and about $95.00 per Moores -00030t1-57 and Gill getting hits for the win I Winton Harris did the pitchingfor Lion president, conducted his

month you can move in immediately. Give owner Utilities 000 010 2 3 8'', ncrs. the winners and did not allow 1 Initial meeting and I named hiscommittees

time to rake the leaves one more time from under the C, Gass and Reynolds; C, Knight :I Taylor led the Cardinals In hitting the Stalls but 3 hits I I for the following year LOANS TO BUY OR BUILD

oak trees and you have made a deal. Not even the and Dopson. with 3 hits with Harris, Urn. Beryl Rice was the leading hit. I

next dcor neighbors know this house is for sale. We'll (second game)Ii I non. Littles and Adams getting ter for the Redbirds with S, and Roberts Seeking

let you in on the secret if you come by the office and i Hardees : 110 Oil : 4 8Utilities I I hits for the losers. Barry Rice getting 2. Harris, Ricky I
Oliver Steve Bcvllle Mason Bean
000. 100 1 7 I
really.. want to buy a home right. Alvarez and Henderson; C. I LINE SCOREtCardinuls and Mark Bean got/ hits for the'! Continued( from Page One Whether You're Look. ,,

ft ft ft I Flint and Dopson. 020 000 2 7 Uedbirds. nandlna Beach ParcnUTcachcr Association. ,

611 Stanley Drive. Lovely brick home, 3 bedrooms Knight I Pirates 001 Mix; 13 14 Mike Conner, Steve Solomon and \ ing At Blueprints, or \
1 bath. Living room has fireplace and home Llllles and Taylor; Lohman and' Ted 'ffndurson got the hits for the I I "I hope that my past cpmmunllyendeavors \ .

features! den and much storage rea. Large shady lot Redbirds Win In Pikula, Ad Htm. I Stage I qualify me aN an Inch.I Homes For Sale, Our ,.

with separate workshop in back yard. Down payment I I LINE SCORE /I vldual sincerely Interested In the ghI 1.- '4'..

$500,00 with FHA financing available I 00 2 3Redbinls i welfare: and future of Fernandina I'': : Can Help
Close Battle Stuns t 020 I Beach I feel that t the leadership' Financing
i ii ;;
Drfre{ ft ft{ Pirates Edge Stags 010UHO) 1 12 I 10 qualities I here !gained through t-:
412 Stanley Large lot about 100x200 feet I with a Allen and Conner, Bruce; Harris business and civic Interests qualifyme You Take Prompt

In center of Forest Hills Hundreds of azaleas! and The Redbirds came up eke In Senior i and Mason Bean to effectively handle the many .:
single tally In the seventh to League to
camellias bloom under the many shady oak trees. past the Falcons, 4.3 In Senior i responsibilities of this office Sound Action

Well kept three bedroom home with extra large screened League baseball action. The score Ramblin'Continued "For 13 months I served as
I The Pirates came up with a run Just of
in living area. 1 car garage. Must be sold soon. was tied at 3.3 with two out In chairman of the Junior
the seventh to hand the Stags a
Low down payment with FHA terms. the seventh when the Redbirds 117.6 Senior League lou The Pirates I ( l from Page One) Commerce project on natural gas
"If elected I pledge to be a People's
ft ft: won the game with seems that some of Die same prob. .
10 hits the
out Stags
203;; North 15th Street. This home h constructed I Ricky Oliver and Barry Rice collecting II, lems( beset Philadelphia of that chine Commissioner puppet'calerin/"a: turd nut special a ma r 'I\\\(, \%, fl II"let's" ."D' scum' 't' ,," '1 r.
"t I Before
win. witnessed '
which the >
under a 200 year old oak tree. It features 3 bedrooms get the four hits Johnny Wclsnrr, Fletcher Shur. era as they do today as .
made with each player get.I I by the following editorial comment groups
and 2 baths. The master bedroom is extra large and tint flora two hits apiece( I ley, Van Scagravcs hud two hits "Biandy and water and cigars, al I "I opposed my opponent reck You Build RefinanceOr

away from the other bedrooms. Kitchen is well designed I, Doc Burgess and Lee Godwin apiece to lead the winners In hit. fast trotting horse, a pocket book : less and Irresponsible approach to ,

with much cabinet space and a larger than average collected two hits each to lead the ling with Roger Wolters, J, Wil- I with bank notes, gaming and late securing natural gas for Fenian. '

dining area. Very close to schools and can be Falcons In hitting with David Hams( Tommyy Lohman and Viz. hums, are the rocks on which are dlna Beach BuyFernandina
moved into almost immediately for approximately ; Johnson and Jerry Franklin !Retting I carrondo /getting hits for the Pi shipwrecked many bright hopes "I 1 favor the proposed sewer ex.

$540.00:> down with FHA terms. hits for the lowers. Franklin's rates and alluring prospects, the fond tension but am presently opposed ,
ft ft hit was a double I Harry Mills, Mike Conner and anticipation of parents and the to the purchase of the water works
Hank led the with 2 "I will work diligently toward) Federal
LINE SCORE Bailey Sings realization of inxluuuly desired
The Clarence Geiger home on Clinch Drive is still : .
Faleons 201 000 0 3 6 I hits apiece with David Walters Ho. blessings". The Issue also noted! more realistic spending of your
available Almost 3,000 square( feet of space with bert Johnson, Bobby Thornton, tax dollars.
Redbirds 010 101) 1 4 4 that the despotic Santa Anna was
large family room and kitchen area adjoining and featuring Steve Solomon and Ted Anderson "Your vote on July 21 for Don
Burgeon and Johnson; moving on Texas Davy ;
paneling and a lovely large fireplace. Back and Mason Bean.Mixed hitting/ safely for the Stags./ I Jim: Bowie and Sam Houston take: ; I "BeaDl)" Roberts will be appre. Savings & Loan Assn.

fenced shady yard encloses! a patio shaded by trees.Separate I II note! elated I
is large !size. This brick homeis I LINE SCORE: "Respectfully:
dining'Joom DoublesBY Slags 003 110 1 A IIPirates I Dim "Beano" Huberts" 202 Atlantic Avenue
for someone who wants an above the average home ObO 000 1 : 7 10 I MORE SPORTS

and yet wants to jve[ outside the city limits. Solomon, Bailey and Conner; I Classified
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{:( '* ANGlE IMIEW Wclmier and Williams I

We are building a new Klngsberry home on Clinch Week ol 6-30 I

Drive outside the city limits. A new unusual!! design Total I : f
Team Standings W L Pins
Shady lot with minimum
merits inspection. ,
your '
Rollers 15 9 20038 I
down payment and low monthly payments. See us W, E. Barber 14 10 I'JSO'I I I

now and pick out your own colors. Buccaneer Lanes 13 11 1<>342 I ,

'* *( L"r Bench Bar II 13 1'KllSnillurn BIG DISCOUNT' DAYS' I

800!) Stanley Drive Lovely 2 bedroom masonry! ins! & Fuel 10 14 111013! 3 : I II II

house under large: oak trees. Private patio in rear with Beckers Drug 9 13 19.162 I

large storage room and workshop behind) carport. Illllh Team 3-Gumcs : !

Small down payment and $-8.00 per month. Southern Gas & Fuel 2M4 i

ft W, E.: Barber 2507 .
We will 1 lIe beginning, construction on a large The Hollers 24.KI! .
home with four h'llroomami BUNK BED '
brick! roli/nliil two story high Inil. J-Games ,ri i
in Pirates Cove. Top story will have viewof 11-Piece s
:3 baths: soon Archie Smith 711 FRIDAY .
the Ocean We will! ,accept trade: in of smaller house .1!... Drew WEluunor .
Home. Are you interested? tIll .
('n this new I l\ing""I'I'1' Hint .
'* ok .
We have several,, dozen of the best listings! : vehave Iliiih; Team GameSndhern 878 I SATURDAY Hollywood % .
several For a home in nnv price ) Oat i Regular .
had I in yearn. The Killers IH>7 .
lowest down payments: in town call $12I.9! ;:
range and for the W, E. Barber W)3 MONDAY Bed .
in today for H viit to any of our homes i r.
High led (>ame

We will buy your lot, building you a KlngsWry! Archie Sm.th! 2till S\ .
combining all the costs into one package.VA Fred Uarliim 241:' ONLY :
Home and( Full "nl/c, or I win *" l Izr innerspring m.tttress.!
F1IA terms: are available on all of our houses.! June O'Stein 2JIlitfh \ $1.00
or Matching\ / !tiny Springs. Easy; to clean :
usually open about 8:00: A.M.: to about Scratch llowlrrs" (!Mi-a) Down *
We are week and on Saturday mornings Archie Smith 222-:3'JJLadim ; i inyJ l urn-mi heudbourd, G hardwood :
days a
I 6:00: P.M.: ( ) '
\: We are as near as!! your telephone Eleanor Flint 173-470 t JULY legs, 'i lied |pillow'i I .

Ruth Wdliannon 1UI-4':>!li

Paul C. Burns, Agency June O'Steen' 167-421 Complete With Jted- 10-11-13 ONLY $4988

dint, Ladder, and $78 ;

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)July! Meeting Of Bride Elect PERSONALS'

Hospital Auxiliary July Mr M4 It*. Buiwll Still an.
MUM tile Mrtk Ill. MR, J mesR
I Is Postponed : aU. M JUM M Jt Hour*, ale-
Mr and Mn. Thomas E. Lie Mrs Wesley jaughtor
Arnold and Mis Mary Tkemptoa \left! Itwday
I mortal. rloapttal, G ala.l The link14 -
of this city the ,
announce engage Allison, of WlaLM.bu, I after Wending the week-end web.
Mrs E. H Junrk. president of Mu.
I .JIIWIt l 7 UM as on.
the Humphreys Memorial Hcsp.tal./ rm'nl of their daughter Miss Faye IIIII/rtil Carolina are saeoding sever. bur parent', Mr. and Mrs. J. B Hill .U .pal fMrnwr Miss Ruth Wald- 3t't t
Auxiliary announced this week Lre, of Jacksonville, to Sammy It wrtks with bar another Mrs E. Thonwaon\ Mary (M aUeadlag saw beast daughter ref Mr. and MriHrmaa .
that the Auxiliary Mould not meet Harris sea of Elder and Mri. M. FreentM. Mr. AneU will jots awe school at 8t Uua University Wildbuwwr. Ocala. Pa-
Jinn! Harris of Bell. !hi* family oa the weekends In peUnd.j .
lu July. I Mr. and
weal iraadpartiits are
P' The wedding will be an event of
I Ix Saturday, July U, at tight oclotk: I Mary Olivia Patrick of Orlando j Mrs L O. Carpenter spent last I, Mn. Clark U1U.
Melody Sparkman u at the home of the bride's pnreiiu arrived last week-end to spend I week la Miami visiting with Mr

Feted At at Five Pbtt 1 several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. sse..In.ilw and daughter, Mr. and Mr M4 Mri R. M. CouKh and |
Party No Invitations are bring sent L. o. gaiters and family, Mrs Ronald H. CoUmaa.Mr. family left Friday la make their yin vL

On 12th Birthday but all I Irlvnds and relatives are Mr. and Mr. Harold Eity and I and Mrs Eddie IWliIaa. \IUMW I III rt. '!ere..

Invlled to toe ceremony and rt.ccpllim Mrs, John EUy of worth and Mickey, Jr., of H. L
Miss Melody! Spirkmon celebrated Apopka/ were son J. K. freeman holt aeverlill l )
to follow
her twelfth birthday with a guest of Mr. and Mrs J. W June Louis Missouri hive returned weeks age fur New Orleans, Lou.
skating and pajama party given by last weuk-end. borne alter spending ,two weeks I Uamta where ho Is emp/i.YLod/ l for'I
Miss Sharon I with his parents, Mr. and "''n. L,
her parents on July twenty{ first. Gough Miss Elizabeth Burns Miss Judy I 1 the summer IIn4 vltlllng with his
Refreshments were served lathe Honored At Jameson and Miss Mania Town. M Holllngsworth, and brottacr-ln Hint, Mri. LiKllle llarjjcr I
I PartyAt : law and sister' Mr. and Mri. Wll- [;
before the x send WILLIAM, HOLDEN'' and AUDREY HEPISURN star In"Paris
guests leaving for ? will leave Saturday for Stale sun Pacts Jimmy McFarland arrived home I
skating rink. A pink and white Markham Home boro Georgia where they willlHtt I, \la) .t week' after attending summer When It Slzilts", technicolor feature shotting Sun

cok scheme featuring | spinning Miss Sharon Cough was honored for the weekend on Georgia Soutb.I Mr. and Mrs Howard Manna hid .atlmol: at/ Chlpula Junior. College day and Monday at the has Theatre.
ceramic ballerina Mop the birthday | eta College tempos family are vacationing this week --

punch" cake was was served used. Pink will Ice flue cream take, at July the home I with of a Miss Rolng-away Ginny Markham party. Mr. Margaret Schrantx returned In the mountain of North Georgia. Too Lete taught us to be careful with fire I''' In a sand trap, and la his ho. k

MISS FAYE LEE North I and matches/ and told the danger Thomas Jefferson is a hotel.
and suck girl was prtanitsd a in 16th Place borne last week peer< spending I Mr Clint Kavanouik sad us ,
miniature ballerina .s a favor - After the honoree opened her several day In Humphrey Memortal daughters, Nan and Jean of Brad. of carelessness with fireworks, I Of sure, a few folks will hangout
The guests returned to the EDNA DAVIS CIRCLE gifts of remembrance, the heaters/ Hospital. I II | eouw, left Wednesday attar spend. To ClassifyBY but they let us have them a flag on the Fourth of July
j served a buffet dessert tog several days with her mother, Oh, how sweet It Is today I You But to most folks the Fourth of
Sparkman home tat th\ nlgkt Refreshments j
of chips, nuts* mints The Edna Davis Circle! of Memorial I Attending the affair were Miss Johnny Davis and Mike Plkula Mrs I.' W, HardM Sr. Mrs Flare RV30EU. KAY fsn't find 'a firecracker or a pieceof July Is just another day. Nobody
and punch were served at this Methodist Church will ml1't'' Gct'Rh.' Miss Markham, Miss Chris I,I win return items Friday,from. 1 I dee accompanied .her family en strip Chinese punk anywhere and If thinks about Independence Day nr'
time. Wednesday' July 1$, still ant at Hall Miss Judy Jameron MlsiE'lzancth Texas where they attended to North Carolina" and Virginia I cm remember when the Fourth you could and hd courage' enoughto takes time to recall Valley Force(

the home of Mr. B. F. Woulicy. Burns, Mlis Lucy Dyal, tile. Natioail Key Club Conven.tloa. ;. I for! several! .day a f July really meant sonwlkjng In buy (twin and were caught at It, or ,Lexington or Concord, Dad Is
The honoree received many love. The !boys joined the Florida I' : ta. **uotry., M a youngster' I the
arrested fined sent to In a hurry to get to licit course
Miss Kathy Walter, Miss you'd be or !
)Iy gifts from her guests who were: All. member are urged to attend Poacork Miss Susan Marrl'I' group In Jacksonville,' and havevleitcd'ln' |I, Mr.'' and Mrs, Andrew ,Wages anTom < I looked forward to tJie Fourth of jail. We love our kids nowadays Mother Is going to a movie, sister
Diana Styles, Judy Brown Linda New Orleans, La. Shreveport Baley of Winder 'Georgia
|, i I Miss Marcla Townsend. | July with site tame anticipation and project them. : We have advanced III going to the country club and
Driver Patsy Staten, Christy La? and 'Naeogodoche..1-left Sunday after spending the and excitement as I did Christmas thanks to busy boy Is In a hurry to Kit!
a long sonny
Pumila kin J, C. Hick of Moultrlc, I Togas, where week-end the beach Mrs I way ,I
Grcovcr Laurye Page i I they/ were cnUrioInI on : Wage These wen the two biggest daytIn bodies and kgitUlori. with the jalopy.Celebrating .
Dines Darlene Dim n, and Patricia Georgia ha* returned to her home I Iallr Circle I 1', Of Five j i I I ed by. the, Kiwanli Clubs ot each will be remembered as. Mill Donna I the year.
If kid 'ant..to have : the Fourth July
Nowadays a i
Groovrr. Dolly Styles and Rhonda spending a few weaks here city I Bailey
Points WMU Holds 1 For weeks sometimes mouths, fun. Instead of playing with Tire- the old fashioned way waIii
Durrence were present for part of as the guest of Mr. and Mi*. A. J. I -
the evening entertainment.. Fox and (family., First MeetingCircle I Chris Hall left Wednesday via I Tommy Parrlsti and, Buddy Dial ': we kids would save up our pennies crackers he can go and get him /a right but now there's a law against t
I II Golden Falcon Jet for Chicago of Albany. Georgia visited Saturday 'to buy firecrackers and America nice automatic pistol or idle or I It. Anyhow our kids are SAFE.

I I of the Five Points" Bap- I where she will spend a week visitIng with Bill Webb, Jr. flags. Long before the rest of the even a machine gun. If' the \\cJ:1I11: |
Church held school friends and sightseeing.Dr. family was awake I would be out dl'alerl'on't sell It to him, he can CARD; OF THANKS
ltist WMU
Its CirRI
I Paul HIU arrived Friday' harp .with my pals "celebrating" Boy It I
order by mall
marling at the home of the circle Ind Mrs John V. Pikula and Shaw Ar| Force Base\ Sumpter, i It( was fun. We had a wlda variety/ Our heartfelt thanks to all who
r chairman Mn. Leonard Lyons 01 sons, Christopher and Bruce of South Carolina to spend two weeks lady-fins*!*, regular size! (150 to a I Or he can get In. souped liP' extended comforting sympathy and

You get just //.Iul)' seventh.Mrs Boston, Mass, arrived Tuesday ,,for with "bib. mother Mrs. George W, pal'kl) giants and cannon crackers, Jalopy and drive it 100 miles an ,I help In our recent sorrow For the

Lyons presided, and a weeks visit with Dr. Pikula's Hill.: Md a flew lucky kids had iimllonnoos. hour In a drag race on a public beautiful service, floral offering!

what the doctor ; i I brought the devrtional' taken from father, Mike Pikuli. and sister, Mrad, Outside of a singed fin. I street. As far as patriotism goes I U and other kindnesses we are deeply
Mfl.Cadrlc Derry aa4 '
first Corinthians" which was clue Miss Jennie Plkula.Mr ger I never got hurt. We heardabout grateful ,,
Is lot of hog.wash. He thinks
i daughter, Alice Pays left today a : '
ed with prayer some kids being: seriously signed( I ) The Albert Davis family
ordered" here LOde *. L. K. Nolan and ion, Ken, for Los Angeles California to visit George Washington Is a bridge or
I The I injured but no kid I never knew,
program was presented by
kind of coffee, and If
some you
and Mr. Joe Dana left for son daughter-in-law, Mr. I
Mrs. Flora Barber WMU Monday and I knew a lot of 'em was ever 1 evidence .
presl. Edneydille North Carolina to tis and Mn. Jam** R, Sylvester, and ask him about Paul' Revere he Kill Basic research leading to
dent who about terlouily but.Il .
spoke the WMU who-
| inform that that porpoises possess
It. Mr family. They plan V> visit in Wiah probably you any poor
Mr. and Mr John A. Dana. ,
work hand in
and) Its aims and advancements, Ington Slate 4d several! ether the evening my dad would sap knows It's a brand of cooking( location ("sonar") faculties was
hand with your doe. Mrs. Richard Mlddletoa offered Dana plans (o stay for a month places 'of Interest| for six weeks be, Join with other dad's In our block utensils He thinks Bunker Hill U first conducted ot Marlnelimil of
and Mri. Nolan and Ken .
plan te '
prayer at the close of the ind all the la the nclgh.orbaajd ,
tor to iahgparet pro. visit In Columbia South Carolina fore returniflg\ borne, yoMgitcri where his father got his golf Jball Florida;
gram. ( would gather In a nearby
your )hetlth bjr fillc Mrs Lyons conducted the busl. with Mr. sad Mrs.-\ Edward Nolan Rev. and Mn. Don HUmnelnua want lot where we would shoot

Sees era pneedpd ss ness session and the officers of and family before returning home. aad family, and Charles Bura left Bane candies/ pinwheels, sky ,

== with preclalon, r Ilia circle were jnsUlfcd( ) Mr. and Mr. Hugh./ C: Hun) at. Sunday to visit <*ie ,fol' lM"*' bro.4her .""et, and what have you U was LA .DIES.J ; Tired Cooking?

". I The following membars attended tended the funeral of hip father InMcDonoough Paul 1tl1llMe1..... 4n Alex lhrCiag.
I the meeting.: Mrs Lyons, Mr. Georgia Tll day. andrla,-, Virginia.\ Charles will n. :; 'Then there would always be a DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO!
Only Barber Mn Clyde Brazelle!, Mr. Hunt passed away there Sun turn boos" Friday by' plane I while plcnte and a lot of flag waving
9 .-.,.. > -.. Mn. Cecil: Blalock\ Mn, Ronnie day. l the Himmatmaa'i. travel 'to. Pen speeches We Uved over the Be. While You; Shop At Booth's Market

; Hlcri, Mrs.' Richard Mldaleion, nsylvanla for a !month.Lt. volnttaaary War and sometime I 7 Hot Dogs $1'i Fried Chicken $1.25
Call ut night' of Jay for/ Mr. a" Mr*. Jim Justice oj. 'was permuted to twice "The Mid. i
Mn. WUlle Gaines and Mn. Mrs .
'r Birmingham/ left over the "week and Jimmy ,Boweri r< night Ride of Paul Revere" or'' 7 $1 ( Size 2.00)
i prompt delivery tervict.' Frank Townsend Mn. W. A. Bra- end after spending several. days turned to Ft.. Bennlng after SpendIga I' Hamburgers Family
sing Yankee Doodle with gusto.
idle was guest of (he circle
s the weekend with hit parents,
with hit brother and sister-in-law/ of Shrimp $1.25
was mighty proud being an Am.
STEGER DRUG CO. Mr. and Mn. Jeff Bowers, and
Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Justiceask .. erican. i
Victor Barber family. | Bar B Ribs Chicken $1.25
Y family. Cindy Justice returned with 'Que or
There have been a lot of chan.
Atlantic Ave. Phone 26 .3251
207' her relatives\ to visit them for .Amoatb. I
Feted At. First i fc Mr. Jack Drury returned Frl. 'pee since then. People weren't s.0I QUICK
II SERVICEPhone 251.5955
day: from a visit M Kentucky Her busy taking care of poor dumb

Birthday PartyMaster Mr. and Mrs. Al Harmon andfamily liter, Mrs. Walter Howard of clucks as they are today. Parents Eighth
709 South Street
David Victor Barber of Atlanta, Georgia were re. Harlan accompanied her home l for the moM part taught their kids '

celebrated his first birthday Mon. cent visitors, of Mr. ana'. Mrs. for an extended': visit ..to--r--look out,-for-themselves- -They .i.r... .. ... ra.... ,.+ -- .. 5- ..
.,. day at a party Hive by his par.I Clark Still and daughter June.. Aimua, aadMr David Plckett
ents. Mr. and Mr. Carl g. Bar. Chris Hall and Mrs Myri Barn- are here from Eglln Air Force ,
her at their home at 206 South Base to spend the weekend with
Ilan Theatre hard! accompanied Chipper Hall to
'I 18th St. Rome, Ga., where he will be at. their parents, Mr.. and Mrs., Cecil SUMMER CAMERA SPECIAL
:, A circus theme was carried out tending school for six weeks at Pickett, Sr and Mr. and Mrs. Ray

Phone 2C1-4849 C. E., Peach, !\Iltr.\ In the party arrangements with Darlington. School Chris and Mrs. Beville.I .

No Matinee Except for Special Show / a large/ red and white circus cake, Barnhardt returned home by way Rev ind Mn. Jim 'Stertx and
topped! with marching animals, of Atlanta, where they spent lev.
---- served with pink lemonade, mints I'ral! days sightseeing. ,I children Joe, Kathy Jimmy, CADET FLASH CAMERA OUTFIT

FRIDAY &; SATURDAY I and candy, and billows as John and Luke, ,of Rustdchclni) ,
Enjoying' the affair with Mr. Frank Barnhardt and son; ,
July 10 and 11 Victor and his parents flvON'1 Frank Jr., of Tlfton. Ga., spent t I two Germany months, arrived visit and yesterday'for will\ be stay a Features flash unit at integal part of camera. Takes 12 per-

Friday 7t30 Saturday 7:30: sad Mn, Mr.W. E.and Barber Mrs. William/grandparents last Franz weekend Mitchell with Frank Mr Jr and remained Mrs., tog In toe Mcjton apartment) at fect exposures on 127 film either color:, or black and white.

bailey and daughter, Kim Mr. here for a longer visit with theMitchells' the beach Mrs. Stertt la the\ daughter Bright eye level viewing plus built in double exposure prevention -
"THE YOUNG SWINGERS" of Mrs.' John KUrer., and/ (! sis.
and Mrs. Leo Franks, Mrs Emnn and his grandmother, I
Franks and daughter, Judy Mr. Mrs. Myra Earnhardt. ter of Mrs', Frapk PuJetttIvl.IUnl Complete outfit contains Cadet Flash camwa: ; ", film{ and 6
ROD IAURENIOI.Y!\ ) BEE / this\ week with Mrs.)$Dar.
and Mrs W. F Atkinson and sate, A. G. flashbulbs. Cadet flash is unconditionally guaranteed.
Mrs T. H. Farr and sons, Mark er will be hr. son-in-law and
ALSOLASSIE'S Mark and Keith, Mrs George and Jimmy of Orlando arrived daughter Mr. and Mrs: Dan< Crisp
Runic and daughters/ Brenda and this week to spend several days and sons, Danoy Daylc),. Dale. and Regular Price $11.95 ,4'7'r ,/ '
Janet Jimmy and .
OHagaa with Mrs. D. A, Purlin. Daryl; of Jacksonville.: I '
GREAT ADVENTURE grandson, Larry O'Hagon of St. ,
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Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. E. I ,f New $10.25 plus tax.

TECHNICOLOR D. Davis Mrs 0, W. McGowan, Sweet Success-Sauerbraten: ,

Jr and daughter Melanie and .1ijj

'I SUNDAY"&;' MONDAY- I vld Tanner CARD, oil or of THANKS Wiycross.' Da.t, t r j 'CADET, REFLEX. CAMERA, OUTFIT,

"1 July} 1 11 end 13 I, The kuuuirss and sympathy> of r_ Big, bright reflex viewer shows you the picture before you

7:30: P.M.. nvlKhbors and friends in our recent take it, Flawless performance. Built In double exposure prevention -

"PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES" as sorrow a precious will always nu-mnry.remain Our with sin-ui plus all the features of the Cadet camera. Makes 12 perfect

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(signed) Mrs. Lorraine Hancock unconditionally guarantee

TECHNICOLOR and sons, Bobby aad Billy, aad
Mr. and Mrs ft. F. Roberta. Regular Price $16.95
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H E. Miles .'\j I" ."a re t aiaArtrltun' negnn" f' ''I" cur t 1"t4iolllilY! auy :I. '' ,I"I'1' cried
1 rry -- .

Beauty Salon THBT'S H FRITrrTTr Retires, As CCA I, J. L (Joff f) Bowers

1328 North lath Street j' TheGarden
'Vice President l Continued( from Paw One'

Permanents &\ "1 am married f\ the former
Shampoos and Sets CHICAGO Jim Basket ,
30 The early ; Lillian Marshall of Columbh. Ala.

Manicures, Tinting & All Beauty +rer, retirement of Barrv I!. Miles senior barns. We are the nsrents of threw
4 president In charge of the I e BY JANE SCt'HELD; children. two of hm' have gradluted .
Needs CCA shipping container division, i from Fernindlnn Bench Hlg
was nmioinrcd today by Leo II, School. Mrs Larry Croft nf Rrew.ten .
Plus '. ..., Schoctilii fen. president and thiefolfll''r. | The wild flowers of the beach /golden ebible mower became an Alabama. sod II, Jounce Bow.

-*-- *&!& sstS: Last December, after 42 | are worlliv of rote' at this lime. p I All Amirlrm It ertinn In I'KII. ers of the U S, Army, The, thIH,
Silhouette Slenderizing .- .. )oars in I the IndllHI ry. harry Mileslnformr0 While (lie >'IK'can have been cillerled I which nahinllv Increased the pop David. vlll gradiiKte frem FBIfSt
F me or his desire in pur. ,I and planted around homes ulnrilv of I rinse' new daisiesThese t the .
end of the 1 tf 1 &:1
Taken The Work Out of Exert No! $AVIDY TNI tAW! s fq EsVhLE mm a less xtrrmimis life and retire we Intluele them with I I the wild I school
|' : :::: : : ;,: 'I nipied! Uimt daisies are yesr,
SF'Y11Y1SSAC to ft two Iy hemie flenvir grup| bee nine they are tphral -
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 2G1-4V)2: ) 1NEMAWfAYAt'IrAMlr piinhrsed" In Ash- ,1 n hilt ndlli t le spar hit.I wl'lIlhrrnll'rr. "I seilieK/ your vote nod support
growth tY$ 7NEftGEtiFRf tx51gALOWEL' ..UlpIlI1h) Carolhm, It was with llm illhstind 'the summer .
IRENE Ronni'RS) ) : Manager SraEtl4fA11Yxs'zCYroI7r.ni ahterre. regret I that r forwarded his thihc so well( among them The )" heil. me Inns lusting. and and nleelue tei If elr4rd an honest a and"''nrl'l'l'I'.nlrlhlllll'n .
I mines) In emr "bmtnl IIf dires'tws" add Ktiulv hum to the snmry nmlte progressive
.. 2: cllrREAo417eC I I 1 n 1"1hnnd"lIlIe nheiw In city government,
ftiAY.001FFT'\'i9OS. .Ry14Y4cALnEpa.: 9e km'nhe l<'n said, and etelmmlv heli-K J In our Ixaeli the gnieim, "iiietMiiu a little dif
J T tJeffi Bowers'
_. .. l nrtfitiie>, We sired the ,
- --- --- -- -- -- err'XFFAeESEP'A'gY.' :'A:9fAFC0iFR1 His present position with (Con ftTtnt! from tin zinnia and marl.
9QX\'EX.'T\'c.!' .Miner growing on the Schmidt property gold hodsBurpee's
Corporation of America (
at the tenner of Sadler Road as I
plrted a career for Miles Tntilogue: *t..l.s hut Cumberland Island
being; particularly Sorely this yevtr
started at the Mengel they may he gown as Annual If
'um.1 Now' the and
N6VLQSEd tea oils are opening
Louisville. Kentucky, In 1)22!) plcnled oiih bit Hint they
/ reallw nt their best (
are Lively I Continued from Page One)
Now ]!f'hEF YENFbP7kYfL.l' held many responsible while In Hie lemk'r Even are (true peremrllds" which will ,,
OFAVfARC1+ICA nlRE At leading lo his 'being a vice 'president withstand hot cold
I though w. may be accused of being simmers and shares I will get! sine portion nf the
director, and general I mangier repetitious again giveou winters As we hive learned nitoer part and one portion of the
>F7wEkaelOAOCapR'SE30GFEF7 of the Mrniget Company cor the name of the scarlet spikes through trial and error, cultural | tower section,
; rugated box division Inm\ he I blooming In scattered gay patches on Information men In cutnlrgites In In idvnraMng icecntsnee of the

FASTER SERVICE AND SAFITY... WIll fleeted a vice president of vacant property( It Is Gllla rubra many. Instances does' nit fit our plan the heirs obtained txnerttestmioiiv
Container Corporation of America known by the of Hnrldi (Ill'llwlnlI'lIndl'toM.. *>> we from Alfred W. Junes.
tJ.S.SAVlN6S.../S oMtycWE O s.e.v eWOS.FACrtMf 'fNA'fllVne"Ml&A'tes 0IIt and In 1M1 was elected t to his standing cypress,common It I I. a nnme biennial, scouted are und lo find nut J',>st hiss I!' rlwlwinn" of he( Sea Islnnef Cn. of

REASONABLE PRICES !7crw. ACnxs l.FA/7N aVeoevrvyANoAgsscERat' present position, taking two years to bloom from thev Hc-e hclnu/ grown right hereIn Sex Island. Ga He called the pionIngn'nlmws

U SAVING' : / ueesteuelrr. $ .euruFE Curtis his yean of loyal service seed Those that are In bloom now Frrnnndhm llearh Inquiries led and resulting In approx.

BO.TOQo4Y'i I to Mengel and Container, will die down' but one can see us to a comrrsatltn with Mr. j' 1/ll4M1'1) equal sham

1 Marry Miles! has made many Im- many small plants from last ycnr'nseeds Munroe Jehna'n, who together with The l Island l was oMtlned. In (the

for - _.._ pwrtlnl contributions to the growth growing In I the sand which her husbmid wields a green thumb I ISIS" century' bv the late Thumns M
and development of our company will not bloom until next summer In n large mreten, oil, on Clinch Carnegie, wealthy brother of steel(
The ban contributed to our Industry If one Is Interested In bringing Drive i Oil Jlt'koc'llI'lIIt': e Hlghwiyl mnumile Aneli-ew Carneklp! IlsI
ffiftttr/ffitffy {'WI(# Pd7edd Founding of DeMolay affairs as a director of the Fibre. 'I''I'lie I' them Into the garden gathering rlix- She has been. rising them from I I widow, Iurv Carnegie. at her death
Box Association and as an Industryrepresentative seed Is probably the best priced seed for iiltiut three yearn and p In 1917 left the Island for the plr" .

(Un connection with the recent Frank Lands In Washington durIng ure. and nt the same lime will net" ways she finds them, sallsfactorv sure of her children as lung as they
speech seemed to World War II More Imnortsntly and easy li crow perennials which lived.
Interfere text mull with fuluiebloom
Jlultallon6 Institution of a DeMolay chapter act! as the green light, for In less Racy Miles has gained the dike our huh I hummers quite well '
7 here, the News.Leader feels that a than a year the Mother Chapter of on mi l>I'nc'h.Quill' 1 The tan' of the Carnegie children'
highest respect of everyone In our and intern' nguln the following I'
erics of articles on this move DeMolay In Kansas City grew t. ficquinllv" we are asked to died two years. am nnd efforts t tI lo
eompony, in our Industry and year, She ;plants the seed In
I'' meet will be of Interest to Identify the large golden xummi partition It link form shortly aFter.
a membership of SOW .
among our customers, !Sehoenhofen In open mound mud the first
all"hllUJ" bers" their parents and the mt'm.1 In the tradition of the Knights said daisies Their. nnme Is confusing hliiem times" tin following sum- I I ward

In general i, Templars ritual was to become a Five In because It Is I the same as the nor, "01' Ihll'Ol' who ire hesitant The Island Imit been doxlred hjr
A bunting accident a bny'a need fundamental cornerstone nf De. major appointments climbing lily, one known as (lltrlosa haul their, mire ess with sted hero( the National Parks Si nice whlennmele
CCA s shipping reintulmr divisionwere "
t J/l'eIJlf111J I for companlunshlp and advice, and Moloy In November. 1919, Frank nl\ announced by Thomas K. Daisy and one as Glorlnsa IIIy are ulwuI I).nidi.d limits at the I a sunrv nf the AlTantlr sei
a young serial workers dream of Marshall a leading Mason and edltorlal *> who but AMuellYpulse!\ simplv Lie'r. nurseries In c irlv spi'Ing They are board nnd dtilared It \\lit the fin
Case, executive vice president
teaching teenage boy the pi In.clplei writer for the Kansas City mao ( dolsles me net:: timpernnuntnl: as to still: and I cst piece! of property onvwhite\
All Styles And Types Of EngravingfltiYE of a good up.right life were Journal was asked to write a rR. for will the assume division ovl't'.all responsibility glorified daughters of the common I fairly free of posts suitable for a national .seishore
tile basic Ingredients that led to ual wtldllng, Black-rved Susan Gleir- I area Bill Congress has never, acted
Edwin H Bixby, vice president, toss Daisies !hove been the Tin're Is a lovely planting of
the founding of the International It Is one that follows the precepts on mar. on the Park Service plinlo implerneat
Order of DcMolay. ont Freemasonry II revolves about I, will transfer to the rompeny'a corporal met only about seven years but (lute daisies In slnglts and doubles proposal tint: II take over.

ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF The hunting accident occurred In the DeMolay! allar on which Teats office In Chicago and as their history gees bark to the mid along the side' of line home of Mrs j HIP Island,

1(19 In Kansas City Missouri, and the Holy Bible and at which a D*. ,tune full responsibility for sate to : twenties when a plant scientist, a Iltuliin Hilelen, 517 Soulh Seventh Junes In his appraisal of what
ENGRAVED left fatherless a family In which Dr. Blakeslee, became InltrestedI thin Cumberland was woith Insisted
Molay obligates himself to be a Mttonal and account, Slrctt In fait, glimpsing
Louis Lower was a teenage boy. better son and man; to honor his corporate I l'I'OA..bl'l'l'dlnll different forms III'the planting( when driving pest promptrd that wllhtMit" a mater road ton.strurtletn .
LETTERHEADS The boy went to Frank S. Land, thetwenty parents; to love and serve God, Mason M Dalton, division" general Black eyed !Susan to Increasethe us to write' on this siilijMt Airs., (project ta link It with the

ENVELOPES;: SOCIAL STATIONERY .'lght year old director of the his country and fellow men, to uphold Manager' WHO headquarters. at sire and number! of netnls/ nf lleileltn, Is mi' Iher green Ihnmber, mainland II was useful only as a
f Social! Service Department of the the public schools: to slanderno the Container Ogdun Avenue plant, the flower During the lllOi) lit for her. urluidmn, say of lirr that retreat far the weuUlw, pieibnlily
Will be responsible for I the ee>mpanyi made a big step forward with
Scottish Rite Temple In Kan.asCity one; and to exercise tolerance i ve i\Uihm she plants In her own a few miiji owners or fur sale let
for I job and to seek counsel, In the opinions of others shipping container plants In them by tenting the seed with Hit yard) grows mud ivtryllilnu she Ihe Park Sirvlie,

See Samples At. Frank Land gave young Lower a The ritual has been termed ageless / the greeter Chicago area drug cnlrhlelne which had been 1 plants In theirs elocs Inn: James added that the Park Scr
Job, for he had been a friend of his for ,James F, Tate. U division genera found capable nf changing the I vice probably would take seime
Except word
very chromose 'lIlInl II pi nts, Year
e i
father and after will assume responsibility
; frequent talks It remains unchanged today It Is manager years to acquire and develop It
with Louis he realized that the for the new central division by year he experimented until as Try A Classified ,
boys predicament was not so well written that many term It which will be comprised of the the result tit hit'rt BM'd thrum swinensns -----_anyway _,_ ._ ..
)reman ina1 eachNews.ItabtrPHONES confined more effective and more Impressive -- --
to him alone. but extended to shipping container plants at !Sioux Iheiee very large fiuwn'rsenserglst
countless other boys whether they as It grows older. City Rock Tsland, St Louh, Mem Dr Itlnkislee died 1 before I
261-3686 261-3687\ had father or not it pointed out a I Helped by such an Inspirational phi, Muskogee, Fcrt Wroth, und the tit vt'I ipmt nl of the, flowl'rI n.I BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTYIIY
need for a new youth organi/stlon Initiation one which Includes a Houston tic will establish Ins dl. complete However, his 'oik was
dramatic portrayal of the trial of St. Louis. carried on by llurpee !Seed ('om.
visional office at
I one would provide the I Tin: MIND Olt SIDE
We Represent One of the Largest and Best per training and guidance to prll.1 Jacques DiMolnv the youth Richard C. Winkler Is apnnhUd\ puny until In lr\)>7 these huge this\ SANDWICHES
movement picked up momentum available fir sninmirtlmc DINNERS
Irs were -
ter citizenship that no other I division general manager of the
Engraving Firms In The United States group offered. like a snowball running downhill eastern l dlvlnlon, responsible for gardens -'Abo -
In the fall of 1920 an Initiation
The first! gletlosn daisies Intro
Land told Lower he"would shipping container plants at Boston
help '
team from Kansas City went to
form a new boys' club and for him Omaha, Nebraska, tot Install a Fulton, New Brunswick, Phil dured were the single type In a SEAFOOD -'. CHICKEN STEAKS

to bring some of his high school chapter there And soon cities and adelphla, and Baltimore He will ruler raiiM; from, yellow through IfliW/ : A.M.' TO.12h0:: A.M.: DAILY .:

friends and (hey would get organ- towns all over the country wire hcadsuarler at PhiladelphiaLewis Hold and orange Into, the brein/ts, SUNDAY P.M. TO UJO:: A.M.

Iced, clamoring for a chapter/ for the I M. Cutter Is appointed director wine colors and mahegnnlis. mewl' DINNERS TO GOMASE'S .
And so It was In February, 1910. good work and fame ,of DeMolay of marketing lilt special of them with varied eye nuns, .
Louis Lower and eight of his had become widespread products of the shipping container Stems were strong and tall snit Ihel"wirs :
FIREeS"4' friends met In the Scottish Rite By 1921 It became apparent fop I division, He will be responsible for UD lei seven Indies uirms, RSTAURANT
i Temple with Frank S. Land for Frank Land that he was going to the marketing of new packages and Work continued to provltlu seyar
the purpose of forming a new boys' have to devote full time to thin packaging systems eievtleipnl by ale colon rather Hum a mixture: I S. 81 I h Street Phone 20.OI9| : :

organization Little did any or prctcKe of Ms or step down The !I the divisions rest'an'h and devil then came the double form. Thin .
.. s ;, them dream, least of all Frank drcltlon. was easy; It was a dream npment group and oilier | a
I', ;,1 tY Land, that In forty.three years come true for Frank Land, He will headquarter( at SIN'CIOlths'l

!,.,It \: "'..-.. '" ",.. time the mnveimnl would be ac. Since sponsorship of DeMolay puny* corporate offices.I .
\ \! ; oJ'C live In twelve countries and tirrUI chapters was to be restricted to I I Year 'roundAir
.. j' 1,t'IIE j lories and would have Initialed Masonic organisations or Individual Jehovah's Witnesses I Carrier

". i' 1"1'J; l'. ", ; J5'1' IS'rr I nearly three million boys !Masons, (although eligibility I
'.',"' Fr 'y The Idea of a club that would be for DtMolav membership Is not Attending 4.Day

: .. (J '" y-t-t.,; : : t both educational and Inspirational lied In with Masonry), a Grand District ConventionOver I
I f tfl' .. pi.'t.r.lr; i was well received by all nine. The I Council nf the notion leading Masons

,>' .M '. j 11'tf1 ,: > t\ } '' question was raised as to what inn I was set up to govern the 33 of Jehovah's Witnesses Conditioning and Heating

> ,1 :;" ; 'f .t:'; ... t1 ; ." I call this new organization Frank movement, wfh Frank Land as left Fernandlna Beach tills Week :
'.' j Land began renting many of the the full time director. cf the r
'1 ,, 3. \.;fi'j'k\ fur a ""'r.day Fruitage .
>( ,! .;:'J" ;; .. famous names In history, but none I I Members of the Kansas City Spirit' district convention sihed .
', ', 10.' .tj .. >. of them caught the fancy of the chapter traveled all over the country uled to begin teday: at the Jaeksemvllle .
utI I' J. .... > ; j boys Then one of the youths sug. Installing new chapters Within CoHsemn,. artetrdmx to '
TVA ., 1; () }M
.i' u grated that since they meeting .
were ten years there were over 1200 I Frank 'Lokcy, presiding imiiilsle
'". "" ,WI::. : ...... lOlaionic; Temple that some J chapters an over the world and of| the rirnantMna Beau cemgrcga- .. I''
.. .. i 'jl" .; of the historic Inures connected : ?
.... '\,. 1 over 100000active IVMofays! !The |I lle>n, Only
..1.... I .!" 4j with Masonry should be recountedU number of chapters today totals I I Convention officials still estimate Why Use A
\ was (hen Hint Frank Lind over 2,400 and I lie active member.
.J. itt: I In attendance of 13.000 to be (ll'rs. ,:
J I ;
mentioned the name of JaenuesDeMolay Is than 110000DeMilny : .
", I ship more ,
If.1.: : ; enl for the event sprntorcd( by lineWatchtower
'. ;: 1 The name Immrdlal..ly"ranI had some rough years | Bible and Tract Reieie. ,,
1o-f. '" ( bell In rich of the nine Wall Heater
a during the depression, but soon
9 ty and the Jacksonville Congrciju. '
i'f' "H\\ .t "V ; minds, When heard $2Q79PER
< they
'.. y 1I "" Fi1i young I built up Its strength once again Asp I Visit of Jehovah Witnesses' lie.quest 1
-> how, as the last Grand Master of the organization eclt'bnl..s Its forty neeomnioelaliems
'"i the Knights. Templar, he died as a -fifth birthday on March 18, I'MIt haw been for received room from 21 steles Or Window Unit
martyr to loyally and toleration look back the Initiation
ran upon P I Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Canada, MONTH
I they unanimously agreed that lie. of nearly three million boys :
I, Regular meeting heM at I the When You Can -
Malay was their choice of names These Senior DiMolays can frequently
Frank Land advised them not to be found In prominent post.bons Kingdom Hall on S, 7lh Street will

art In haste! to think the names ,, In the government, the mill. be cancelled during the convention
I since the majority of the eemure.' Go First Class t '
| and decide fur
117f over sure at the I tary and business I NO I
next meeting, On March 18, ISIS, IX'Molay has been! the spring gallon will be In Jjckminvllle,
1 pf t
the nine youths along with twenty. board for many a man that his I said Lokcy i
I four of (their friends, met again In gained fame and fortune There/ f One of the convention hlRhllrfils I With A
the Masonic Temple and formally have been U. S Senators Congressmen will be the public lecture at 3 00 PAYMENT |

organised/ the Order of DeMolay' generals, governors, andcountless pm, Sunday, July 12th, on the l
It was not until some twenty others I have climbed the I teplc J Peace Among Men of
More than half the forest fires in America years later that Frank Land reel ladder of success as ministers" Good Will' or ArmogcdileHin DOWN E

today are in the South'! Help atop this, Lied that this !March 18 was the wrlers. movie stars! and Business Which?" This Is to be dl'lIv'r(1 by CentralDuct
which seriously anniversary date of the death of leaders Jemeph Sala, district supervisor! for
I needless waste Jacques DeMolay In 1114At The organization has alto become Je'hovah's Witnesses.
I damages our Southern economy! ( the next meeting, Louis Lower well known for Us charitable

If you are burning off your own land ass the first to take the DrMolay service prneets) citizenship trainIng Larry Brazell On 'Includes 2 ToijP

these precautions beforehand: obligation on a Bible that Frank and healthy social activities. '
around the Land had received In St. Louis The Orek of IteMolay has genuine, I; USCG Lightship 531 Air Conditioned
Plow a wide firebreak when he was twilve for ten years ly assured itself a position of his.torlc .1 t:
area to be burned. prrftrt Sunday School attendance immorality through Its work, Out Of Savannah System! With 5 Outlet?

Notify your neighbors and proper The remaining orlglnil nine followed In behalf of training better le.dl'r'l I SAVANNAH, GA IFIITNCI) -I I

11 authorities in advance. later to assure the world of a Larry M Bran, commls aryman
the when At the next meeting a proposal I morrow f third class, USCG, sin of Mr and
3. Burn late in day was bronchi up that could have : Mrs, Clyde N. Brarcll recently re.

there is no wind."I, j brouuhl death to the future' prest. '' EVERY TIME A' I ptrted aboard U, S, Coast Guard
leave a fire until it is dead out. ness of the movement One of the "' Lluhlshlp 531 for duly I CALL FOR =
members proposed that the membership FIRE STRIKES '
Join Smokey Bear in the crusade to lie will be assigned the duties 01'
be limited to
Remember.. levenly.llvpbuys. cook aboard the ship I Ij FREE ESTIMATE ::
woods burning
careless \ Ail the other boys seemed to
I I Coast Guard Lightship 531, op.
he In agreement =
Then rank Land got up and YOU GElBURNED pealing out of Savannah, Ga Is NO OULIfiATlOV

it pointed out how selfish they were permanently anchored! off the coast:

vERYTIMEA being He said that DeMolay\. should 1 as a navigational aid to other ships
r 1 not be an exclusive organization In the ana. Its barns' and warning GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS COQ
but If It was to be good kr one horns guide ships through fog
't" FOREST FIRE STRIKES boy it must be good for all eligible and at night/ ,I II

boys and "to become<< big, we mU'11 I A graduate of Fernandlna Beaeh: TELEPHONE 225-5146 TODAY YULEE ..LORIDAIrene's EI
GET BURNED !l be big" A new vote was taken and ]I High School, Brazell entered the I ,
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Sir_ News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, July 9, 1064!. r WATERMELON PRESERVES Persons receiving social security "Sometimes the man who standson
T- ----- -- checks are being urged by Social his dignity Is arrested for hay.

Pvt. Jerry Kittrell I 2 Jib. ,watermelon Security Administration to notify Ing no visible means of support
qls water
. Wins In Rodeo Parade July 4 I the nearest district office as soon
. I lb. sugar George W, Shroycr, Shamokin
i Completes Advance For The HomemakerBy as possible whenever they change
'n lemon thinly sliced
t a their address (Pa) Cilian,
Two thoroughbreds, little fi Infantry Course spices or ginger root
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ll'ur.old Janet Jones riding her Use only while part from rind' ,
grandfathers pslc-mlno, Blondie." FONT GORDON GA (AI1TNCAimv Cut Into one!.Inch pleiei Soak for I
In her first competition, the Kis Pit Jerry M ,
Kittrell 21 three and one-half hours In limewater
w ainu tee Parade on July 4 which urn 11, Mr and Mrs James I D. Mrs. Mary N, Harrison : containing one- IIo i The
pined (lie annual Silver Spurs hi;IreII alit f-lnnlry Dr.. completed lime to one quart water Drain aid Nassau County Sheriff'sWater
Rodeo, Janet received a handsome! I'hhl.\ll'lka: if advanced infantry /* Hume Demonstration AgentNrM1MMMMW.11nW place In clear water for one hour.
trophy for the Youngest Girl on tram im tutu h lit,1it weapons: ut bout Drain and bill for one and "i hoiiis Patrol
A Single Mount". Gordon Ga. July 2. In lrei.li water Drain. Mike a syrupof
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Jincts riding partner was John K Hull received Instruction, In \ nnnnnnn sugar and the two quails of
Starker on Grandfather Clyde I the use of the automatic rllle, the Summer fruits and vegetable boiling water and let stand 15 min. water Drop watermelon rind and Proudly Presents
Illgglnbolham "Sonny", Blocker, i light machmcgun and the 35 Inch are In season. Homemakers tie ute: drain and wash In two bathsof I ginger root or spices) Into boiling
who has been Janets Instructor rocket launcher, storing extra foods rom their clean, cold water Let figs drain syrup Boll for about one hour, As
for her peer if training, won the He entered the Army In .fibril while syrup Is being prepared l I syrup thickens, add lemon If de. "Cartoon Carnival"A
dens either
best dressed cowboy trophy In the I pry of this >'esrK by freezing or canning Make a syrup add figs and cook i sided When somewhat thick, pack
Some homemakers who
1X1! event tin'11 attended rernamlina Kirdtns buy fresh not have rapidly until clear and tender Into sterilized jars: add syrup to A \\' Children !Movie
Beach IllL.li School, produce from When figs are transparent lift cover and seal
J met, who evidently has I loiter.Ittel farmers, curb markets or Horn In ;i
them out of syrup and place on
her grandfathers love for qunntlty while the prices I To reduce and strain,
.< are low. shallow trays If syrup Is not heavy glare eye FRIDAY JULY 17At
,h See 'Is the (In ightrr nf Mr,, and Ensign J. H. Rodgers Corn l Is In season and Is being enough. concentrate by continued wear sun glasses Check (he degree ,
: JANET and 'BLONDIE' Mrs. Larry Jones of Vulce, Aboard USS Alcor frown as either whole kernel boiling until It reaches desired density of visibility your sunglasses TheRecreation
cream style or on the cob When! ; then pour over figs' beingcareful afford, when you are selecting the
Out Of Charleston deciding which style to use, con to see that fruit Is'entirely I style you like. Be sure there Is no Center
alder your family preference and covered Let stand overnight distortion, This Is very Important,
LSS ALCOH (F11TNO Navy your storage space Corn on the plump illl. Next morning pack figs toj I f especially when you wear sunglasses Fernandina Beach, Fla.
y -WANT ADS Ensign James II Rodgers husband cob requires considerably more cold In hot jars with stems upward for driving
of the former Miss Dorothy storage urea than does wholt ker- FUI each jar with syrup | Wear a kerchief or a broad. I Show Begins At 7:30 P. M.
L Davis ofuee\ Is a trcwmem nil or cream style. brimmed hat when you are sun '
f her of the Navy supply ship tSS: Corn (and other vegctblci) Watermelons are getting to be I nlng to protect your hair and keepIt FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION CALL
Alcor operating out of Charleston plentiful The rind can be used for from
should be blanched Blanching con. drying out. It Is Important
S. t. troll bacteria count sets color and preserves or pickles The following to keep your hair clean always TICKET HEADQUARTERS, 3rd & ATLANTIC
Alcor Is normally employed In helps preserve the flavor Be sure recipe makes a clear, crisp preserve I rinse It free of chlorine and saltwater PHONE 261-3868
resupplylng the Polaris submarine I
to select: tender milky ears of corn >
Il'ndl'fISS\: Hunley In Holy Loch> The quality of the product you put -------- ---- ---- ----- ---- --, .
-- --- ------
Scotland! end the USS Holland In In the freezer determines the qualIty ,,
Id la, SPA nTil that you got from your fruzcr

To freeze corn shuck, silk studwash
the ears. Blanch for 5 min.
- She mountain bears all ft the oak ales (dip Into boiling water) Cool "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE
The I oak supports\ the viaeThe I II immediately by Immersing In Ice
vine II'* fragrant blossoms water Now cut corn from the cob
Ixar, Place In freezer packages, leaving
I I Where hrlkhl.winded matures about 3/4 Inch headroom In a pint
Water Heater Special! I due package for expansion place In
never for Immediate( freezing BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE
Corn on the cob .should be blanched |
The! OKI" Crl'pror'l l master 1Iail
30 Gal Glass Lined Nationally for 7 minutes and wrapped In freezer ,
In seen lhr The stars they the cosmic law, paper or packaged In air tight :
Advertised10 Year Warranty Nor ask the reason why containers ''
Bulletins on freezing and canning
be obtained free NEWS-LEADER THIS WEEK! 't1
by writing
'Tis only we who dare defy may !j jl'
Home Demonstration Agent,
$4900FREE The laws of love and \lift:
Who peaceFor chore to barter joy and the II lllard office. Florida, or by dropping by I

Perhaps have figs that are I
bitterness and strife you
SOUTHERN GAS INSTALLATIONNO about ready to eat. Most of the fig
killed by the late freeze,
crop was
How beautiful our lives would be
CONTRACTS NO GIMMICKS- but should you be one of the lucky
And pleasant all 1 our days
who do have figs, try this .
ones preserve
NO STRINGS ATTACHED If we could rule our base desires
recipe The preserves are
And mend our selfish ways.
tender, plump and very good
The weak would no more dread the FIG PRESERVES
Their timid fears forgot.t 6 quarts figs

SOUTHERN GAS & FUEL CO. All earth hate .would vanish from the 3 quarts water 4 Ibs, sugar

Sprinkle firm ripe fruit with
And crime remembered not.
113 ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 261.3961
baking soda f lone cup to six quarts
Herbert Luke of fruit). Cover with six quartsFRIDAY
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Newa-Lcnder! Fernandma r ench Floilda Thursday, Julv 0, IMI 1 Pnije Seven
I "inrues U 8 10 ,7x4Louuvluisl
Slants ScarboroSmithTeam Little League 1 55 14 16 .211!
5TRiPED SKUNK trite 57 13 16 ;201Uucl

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Ball Golf Event NAME: .Sit R II ,11l.Ihuuinlsuhain : 42: 6 11 ..213ESrhraolt
Jack Wooriuird and llymle Fish. stands at all on the other end of I : 611! 25 32 ,414JusUir fill 14 18 .261Ku"
ler, who sponsor the Forest Hill (the Held Now who will get the ti7 17 30 ,HK 411 5 12 ,21.1J.
Ridblrdg of (the Senior League!! stands rolling T SKUNK THE OWNER OF ONE OF THE Ii Tin I II ,'mi of John: SClIl'bllrll and Till lii''I "lilt 10 ::10 .4,13:; l'uII'r 511 0 13 .!'t

gave their\ dam a victory banquet '* oft 6 I MOST RESPECTED DEFENSE MECHANISMS Auhli' sniilli! emerged as "Inlll'rl' 11111'111, 67 20 211 ,4111 I'nlllll'll'r 47 8 12 ,%i;3;
last Friday night ut the Sandbar. A reunion of the 1954 Icrnandina IN THE ANIMAL WOU.9 / HIS KIPtlllHS In 'tilt best, bull of partners gulltcutnto'ii II. Slt (Uuuald 1 511! 16 22 37.1 Hewers 4J! 14 12 .:IIU

The Redbirds won the 14 Senior graduates was held last Saturday j 9.0. l tf SO STRONG YOU DON'T HAVE > n July 4, let 11'1'.1 4tl 15 17 ..364Cason ('a, ,k 45 6 II 141

League Baseball Championship and which brought out some of the TO SEC HIM TO KNOW HE IS IN THE Ihi i",inmNlaitcd by the Fir 22 2 8 ,1114 lill'lI 66 12 16 :J42MtUtnad
were treated to I seafood dinner'' football stars of that year In Joe I VICINITY FOUND THfUOUT PfNlM- mindiin Uenrh Gulf Assne-lallon Skipper' I\I\! 23 24 .3411 : 50 8 12 .140

with all the trimming. It was an Brunt, Tommy Guthrio, Bobby' SOLAR FLORIDA OVER 50% OF with 1 loin Blown as chairman, alIrncled (. \\I, tturbenk' 311 12 20 ..344Glbhs

outstanding affair and ye think the Odom, Royce Lawhornc and J. C. TS FOOD C0NIST OF INSECTS 1+ ? r U Ilal'Ul'Il'lInls| 38 10 13 ..342Ilulli. "11 l.iinck Iltnry thought Hint
sponsors deserve an extra pat on Campbell I i :Members chose their own pailnirs ::111 8 12 .3'\,1\ taxatun \I limit rcpiese'illation
the back for making about 13 ballplayers -t.r & 6 Iy and each team wan nllnuul IIlIlIon 12 3 4 .:ti.1 war w Itirllilc, he' should see: it
happy that they were on 8(1 ,if half nl Hull combined I.IrtNN' 1m U 21 .31K Mill all this mouton, tluy rrpnsMiiliill. '
Thursday night should be theoutstanding .
the Dcdbird leam..t\. I Itt hlllllheul' l'I'UI'' rk I"' 10 I lit!' ..317Ittnncu .'n JohnV. Moore,
soltball ilitht of the
k Sr I In second place wns the team uf 4'1' JI: 13 .:lua \Plains 'Tux'' I It curd,
In the Men's Bur.
season League i
Stewart Pikula turns away from gees & Cook and the Islanders will I l< I WYouR Dive sniilli mill Dive Hum wllhMi
the baseball dlamtflW once In I mid 1 lluul' were M! llmper and
be tangled/ up In a double-header I'
awhile fur ether sporting activity link Unite with H7,
that cculd be the showdown of the SPECIALTY
usually fishing and\he proves ,
season sine the Iwo teams arc e? litter luiins und I the nay they
to be at fishing as he Is I
as capable neek.and-neck In the race for the Hushed'
at ball playing Stewart landed a fort LORipAVlilDLiFE it\ TIII: I'OUNU( ( ) ou SIlEDINNERSSANDWICHES
league title Fans who haven't had I I hi! ltml\ \'11kJ.\ hll IliiiipirAl .
nineteen pound king mackerel lust (the chance to see Softball this yearbecause N e Still I> '..\u' Ki,\ tofu ..
week while fishing from the pier '
'I of Little League and Senor TRACKS 70 luliii" dii; (jir.Jin' seiir. Moo -
I I ;: :
League could be in for a trcil b'1: : ; Rrnushan.ltcd Bum SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS
Tommy Guthrie made a fine suitgcstlin I I by attending/ the games Thursday I I -
: 71 Mm due'si Jiilm :MiMlun.n : ..
this week whillh, we think ,, :night ,. 111:0::: A.M.: TO 12:10:: ,\.M. 1HII.Y

should have Immediate cinside ration ,, < '* -tr I FLORIDA GAMf AND FK19H tV/trtK F/S# COMMISSION "I He,,b \'on n j.Lil Ji IK'*; liar. MI.NUVY! .1 1 I'.M: TO 1 12:101.::!(> : .
( and thut Is to ettfcrr\ move ,
Congratulations are In order for ,
l'ollll'.Jj,1t Ued'IIII Culel-
some of the stands near the base. r\ ; DINNERS TO GO .
(ho: Klwanis Senators I and the For. I will-Andy>l .\Iles?.
ball diamond at the City park to --- -- --
not Hill Redbirds for their winning ,, 73 Dun Blown.Ilobln' InMam
the opposite end cf the present the pennant In the respective Little 74 |.,'HH| Nuliin-liib Ramsey, MABE'S RESTAURANTS.
stands or build some new ones We League and Senior League this I Senators Blast I Burgess & Cook Mixed Doubles 71 HjMimul Lunch'em.Tun
la think ahead to the
are year in\ ANC.IK: IIKFWeek : l.iiiinon7H Mh Street Phone ZGl-'O/ :!!) _
coming fuotbill season A sore 6 I Holds Place \\ of 6.2J -- Auh II rda'.!Newl; l IMxiM. .
spot with a lit of people! Is the fact : Redlegs In Finals First I I
Ihut all of the present stands for Wlnriic tiiKKlnbotham won the Terry MinelhlKS H I. 1'ilu 77l'tu'I Sw inxnn-Jimmy (linkI :
batting title for the Lllllc League hue Hollers 11 D 17W' :, V. i.II'I'II1IIIII: Hull'Her.
tiolball( arc from the forty yard Rice winning the title The Klwanls Stnitors; und the In Softball Stunt1,
with Beryl 11.920' 7'!) Din IlllIIlllI'll.lIl1l1h
League Hue' I.IIIHS II: 8 !
: nine er
line -past- the-end zone with sot ifm'I t.e! bcdlor I League Nilurnlly, KAC llcdlciis closed out their Little U K. Barber 12 9 170021 81: (' Ilimmd.DIIvld NIISK.b Sand Boards $3.98ARMSTRONG I'lim.:

these are! unolficlal titles but shouldbe League seasons lust Friday all..r.nll"n Burners& Conk sol(ball tram Hindi Bur 10 1 II t IWI27Heikirs .nun, Tux :
noticed anyway. There might bea with the Senators winning Drug I 8 M: H'131Seiulhuu II Tinssoilitiiuin nixt 1 Millvlly
their first In the
kc.pl grip on place \
these whichwe over the Kcdlegs, 14 4Wlndle .
certificate for boys
local soflball me by clowning Pur. Chin & Fuel 7 14 11149High !) will hI' I Ihr lumlleup iliumplciiiKlilplouriie
hope there Is AI Talblrd hit HlRglnbiitham lid the 10. '.
ten Fish Camp team 7.2. In the Team, 3 ( .amenUiieiiiniir '*
more home runs than anyone In the hit attack by the Senators with a / I.anes 2illl:; .'
of double header Monday .
/ ""-. Little League and Jerry Franklin home run and two single while opener nlxlil a W, K. Barber 2:>01 Parquet Style Vinyl Asbestos Tile :
hit the most in Senior League Bobby Ferreira collected doub- ,
I I with The Hollers 2473
J. D. Iloltcn ltd Ihe'llIIl'rB
Ics and single Ladd Gordon DOZIER & GAY '
i a a home run while Ned Tyson Mir. High Iiid 3-Gaine
J.tel tr Sf I Ij I Rotary Jets Defeat came through with three singles ; tin Porter, McKinzle, Harold Reynolds Angle!! Drew C33 Armstrong Yard Goods In Stock
Ricky McDonald, Mike Townsend Richard Foster and Shorty Kepplc Green 675 PAINT

:j, I I and Eddie Wilds had two hits LoveU collected hits for Burgess & Fred Darting 667 69 12 Foot Widths

Methodist Braves apiece with Bobby Hernandez get. ,i,, Cook. High, Team d.iiiieHieianeer 'Best For The South' :
ting one Kenny Simmons Ud Porter In \ Lanm R,>7M

I v_ resat: :: The Rctary Jets defeated the Bob Godwin Eddie Cook and hitting! with three ilniiki with lUrrliiKton ". E. Berlin: U4HSoulliein -- FROM $1.65 YARD :
Larry Becket( and John tian; & l fuel I 1141 CHECK OUR
Methodist Braves In the final game Terry Davis got the knee hits
Beckett gettlnit hits lor the losers. High, Ind. I.; line
of the Little League season 10.6, made by the Redlegs! I I 2; PRICESShields i
LINE SCORE: Angle J Drew >0
as each team unloaded their ben. LIVE SCORE: B&C 012 110 0 7 7 Fred Darling 2::0 : -- Porter &
thes for the game Lovequist
,Tel MNRerti I 000 010 I :2 6 June OSIeeil 241
I The Jets got only two hits In I I Senators1103 200 14 16 Porter -
ra\ scoring the victory with Donald Redlegs003 100 4 3 I Smith and Reynolds: J. Beekelt High Scratch Hustlers (Men) Grocery
/N Je Inline Williamson 1R3-W7 I COLOR CENTER
at b Suriano and Billy Ray Combs get. Hlgglnbotham Schranti and lerrclra and Cover.
the hits. I ; Cook and Godwin The Islanders kept pine with the High' Scratch Howlers (Ladle'sI ATLANTIC AVE.: South 8th Street Phone 2613068SAVE..ON
"I I wainid y'u obtut. t trying" fr Tommy Skipper, John Freeman, I I Burgess & Cork team( by downlnu High WIlllHmMin.. 153-4U\! ,, PHONK: 2BMOn: :
hl.lin.clriv. I 7 2. the Islandim June OSImn 171-Ui
(Chem.Cell as
and Clint Brown
got .
Wye-he Bryce .
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Final Little and Burgess It: Cock eontlnue the\ -
the Brave hits. ,
I' battle for the league loud In

TflF P1 ,' ( }< II I Jets LINE-SCORE 070 030: 10 2 League StandingsTeam torrid fottball circles

I Braves 000 006 6 4 WJ I PecWee Nobles was the leading
\, fc'I lIcker for the Islanders with 2 hits
' Jacobs and D: Cover;. Mnlonc, Senators 17 3
'- ,I. Brown, Bryce,,' Freeman and Jets 13 7 with Nat Smith Billy MIler, Bill I I
I Roland and Ben Shave sharing In
M. Brown, Talblrd, |I Cubs Braves 10 9 11 10 the Islander hitting, FORDS

,. ,I Hornets 8 12 Charles Corbelt. II the best hit.'I
ter for Chem Cell with a diuhleand
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.' ..r ,.,More ,Red\ulis\ t', y,- two amulet with John L; Smith, I .

Bill Cox, Alton Johnson Biileh I-ee,
ray Ned Smith and Bennett getting lilt

FERNANDINA BEACH Chem tar the.Cell lexers- 000 100 1-2 9 64 SIZZLERS!

t Iflanden 000 205 x 7 6

Cox and Lee, Stover and RolandPorter's ,


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Directory: 'Fur/nUbed By Thwe Merchant and Busineu Men I In Softball Action

Porter Fish Camp softball team A \,
Suburban : took It on the chin Iwlce Tuesday .r 1 1r
BE WISE. I night of this week when Chem.Cell

TIDES Gas Co. handed them a 8-5 loss In the o|><'n-
"Porcelainize" Propane Ing game and the Islanders won In

ALL the nightcap 9.4.
I Bill Cox billed a home rim lit
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES tt JETTIES YOUR NEEDS them.Cell In the first g ime t<> m-
I t LONGER THAN LP GAS AND nice four-run sixth Inning l tar<
I ORDINARY WAX JOB the winner Albert Counties mid

i HarbwHIG1 7 South 7th St. Ned Smith led the team with two

LASSERRE MOTOR Phone 26Mft: / I hits each Charles Corbelt. Hutch I ,

: Lee, John L. Smith, Larry Wright, I I IHOT
Jimmy Ewing and Terry Balk hit
T. H. KING safely for Chem-Cell, ;
i S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3111 Friday, July 10 i Kenny Simmons lid Poiliiivllh

PHOTO SHOP 3 hits In an many trips t to the
8:48: urn 2:49: am plate; with:: Wayne Tinir: Jimmy':: :: !

9:12: p.m. 3:00: p.m. ftrddlnisrortrilli und
., ? 11..11 Thornton, Leon lUrriniftim
Fishing .
Going procenln'
Saturday, July 11 rUm By Richard Porter's. Schomai getting hits for 1

visit Us For 9:42: am. 3:41: a.m. Plots Appointmentlupptles I In the nightcap Alan Cover and I
i "O''O' I Harris hit home run f rPorters
Line 10 02 3:54 Quincy
Complete : p.m. : pm. MerlNO"e BUYS ON BIG FORDS! Our record tales make record all
possible savings on
't Tattle rno.ao..r.aSludioe but It was nut t enough, as
+ Fishing Rod Reels Sunday, July 12 v the Islanders; took the game::: 94.1 i our '64s! Get today price on our Super Torque Ford Gdlaxie, winner of more '64

r Wayne Tiner and Sihomas had NASCAR races than all other cars combined.
At 504 Aah St.
h Outdoor Camping 10.35: a.m. 4:31: am. two hits apiece for the Icmert with ,
; EquipmentFIRESTONE 10:52 p.m. 4:47: p.m. Phone 261-4586 Leon IlrrrinRtnn and Mullis /Kit '

), ting hits for Porter I I'
Monday, July 13 Rowland's : Billy Roland* three for time1"

REACH SUPPLY 11:30: am. 5:22: am. und Billy Miller three fir l"ir 1
UPHOLSTERY tipped the Islander hitter wih 1r
|llJ Atlantic AT. SIU44I1 11:42: p.m. 5:41: p.m.
Nobles I and Benny M-
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t Tuesday, July 14 NEW COVFRINOI: OK REPAIR' ware getting two hits apluc J li<'n |I ; 3 I ratlarr I '
TO VOIRrtRNITIIIIB Shave and Durraniv! shared In the! r

Your 6:11: am. Oil Islander hitting I
12:21: p.m. 6:35: p.m. NEW KPAT CnVERI Line Score: Hint game) ,
AUTO Chem.Cell001 104 2
Wednesday, July 13 ESTIMATESWe Porter i UO mil I 4 7ctt'a'd
Ad Here Smith and Wright; J. ,
12:31: am. 7:02: a.m. Pick Up and Deliver ; Cover. IIck.1'

1:18: p.m. 7:31: p.m. Porter IMKI) ZOO 2 -- 48

Will Be Seen Thursday, July 16 Porter & LovequistGeneral lalaneliri :103 001 x !9 12 HOT BUYS ON FALCONS I Save on Americas! Local HOT BUYS ON FAIRLANESI Enjoy sports.car feel and 'family

Contractors J. Bee kett and Thornton; Mour performance compact and get the plushest ride, In the size roominess-both at low, low prices. Choice of 2 Sixes

1.22: a.m. 7:52: a.m. SPECIALTIES ; and Roland. compact field! with new wider rear tread improved and 3 V,8's, Including the same basic V.8 that powers the

By 7,500 2.15: pm. 8:27: p.m. WOODWORK I suspension and extra 'Insulation famous Cobra .


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From I New Leader, Ffrnandma .Brach, Florida_-_Thursday_ July 9, 1961 =- Page Nine

rim of the Kill gave this an their 1 ready hud wide dlKlribiillen among
I Cancer Society n'a'/lI1. To the eiiastlrn "di you Miridas Junior and Senior HlKhst
TheBY 1 1i. I fit I II's smart of smoke?" K 'h,n InTin .
Conducts percent if the boys said ym chile elementary sihoel, mnterlds
Survey I JIIM 2 ixreent of (he girls nKritil will Ix disluned l bun apiNal to thil.
QiiHtlinnulrc dala gathered In drill b<'fllrr they get into the hob I
1m Jt J\V. JULY Olh : On Youth Smoking Florida and other slates will Inlurneel ----- -
Hill Ceramlis In the : i| : over the Surlily Natlinil
00 pot, Hunk : III'jtll'luIIl'h'| for further si ida \- u. BE CAREFUL
I How more than 7 |x'rccnl! of a i D
: tuiile I 11, pn pur ilii n of m'w mull'
.\ lull) mmule of 7101 chldrin In fifth WITH FIRE.
( Ceramics In the : : : I 1'/1111'11111/ nnlerliilH which will bi t3 I
11 7 13 p.m.. Hank and "j\lh utadis Indicated/ they( merlllur I
mule available to bduialirs in YOU CAN'TYou
Ur definite smokersr ,
I .
: If elementary si hoots
Tun Club In the : highly probablo smokers II''' 't;\ BUY BACK
715 DmSinitr disclosed In a nine.nionlli "Pilot Miilcilals on Smoking and lilmie '
Citizens Club Study 1Uport" Itl'SI sponsoredbv "To ( liiuue/ Ram' al 7,13: p. : I I 'I i the Palm Bench County tnlt of Smoking Worth It?" hate al.
Ruder Club Meeting : I I the American Cancer Society al a'I'
diloi him at 7:30: p.m. ( ) I ;sjmplmu if what may be happen.:: ; I I
HIIU.Jl'LV 10th : lug In oilier I counties throughout Don't Have
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the MaleStiidinls
Sub-Tecn Club In .
Ram' at 7:15: p.mBiiilulav : who ptrlieipjlul In I lie I
: : To Be Rich
Party In the survey did so on a voluntary basis:
Ileum: at 7:30: p m. and .mm, wore asked :to disclosethilr I
6VHKDAY, JULY 11th Humility or sign' their names I II To Go Places
Ceramic Pouring q: ; Oilier findings compiled from I Die
An Room 1:00.5.00: ( : I I survey lestltnnalrn I revealed I : I
Sides, Instr. There IIl're more student smokers I
Teen Club In the I : both OOM and girls, among! those'
7.13 p.m,. I : : who walk to school The ratio was I I
SIADAY. JULY 12th I ccnhldiiablv less among student '
Lutheran Church : smokers who rode the but or whoa I
Cinlcrcnce Room at I. I wen dries by parents '
MONDAY n'LY.I3th : : : : : I Again among! UK 'definite 21t' Om
Ceramics ((9.Hi In lift : : : smokers the u 48 boyseumporeet
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at 3.00 p.M., Hank : : to 24 prefer smik
bur. ( Ing when alt in! whereas Ml boys
Adult sir Tom Ceramics (' compared lu 14 girls pilfer sineik
Room at 7:13: p.m., ) : ; { lug with ethers. .
Instructor : I I /: .'I In regard/: l 10I'll)' (they smoke,
Island Squares Club In :: : I : "'. more thin half of the boys and,
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did know why Among
: /hlrls: not
: I : boys, /nhiiiil onefeiuilh claimed
: I : they liked to smoke wlurcus inly
: !: 6 pi'itinl ef I tin Kills laid liny
1 1; ( I I liked sine k Inn. Other answers lequeslons > "FAUi
| I I : to revealed that about 11
) I per trot nl I lie boys smoked because IS US !
) ) | ; I ( ) I their puts du .and only 5 .per. _
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set school system, and the (father of three

I I Set .I '(' children who will grow up here, I have a

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r I .n 2Me\M .Lea W, feiinmtiim Leach Honrti/ Ihnrrtnj'. July S 19rM
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Teachers Attend

Annual Workshop

.*.... A. J. F"x and Mrs. rv>n
WlUUf; uf the Trek and Jill K tarter.Riwlnn .
'!WP rot"..wiorl .fkr" %Vnr|.
Inf., phi Mnnal Kindergarten' W.rkH .
*n ho' 0 Stetson University.
k !> '."<<. Flirldo. ,
While 'IhTc (thn" whist prh'lIpllrd''
.to .hove lI rm" nf 'thr fnrrnwit ,,">.
r-hnol cduep'"r n' Ina'riet"ra'
"The' cbw, In nresrl"l wi..._
k Vtv I IniiPlU bv I*. Jtlui 1018.1\101I& BONELESS ROUNDSteak
vim IIII' nrr r"t t In rhiTM" rf |liiFlf'irp >
DnnriHnir'irt, fit Rjwt Tr,'"
.11"0" Inh .atr'S' !SPlw1.' Dr. 1tg 88
1 LrrrrD Harwpll aNo rf Fflsl T.,.+iW Ott'
+Irgp. vim li f outs nNlIng| ,in Jie r '
tMtlng rnnrlirM claim
l7 l7rf SIRLOIN
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fn.4ww-reartrn ''/''"''-:
Hi-, nnNMl Sml'h rf (the.Unlvrr'ty 1 MIIN a DE
(,' of Illlnnl. ulio for' a niwrf &lw && 8a1'Special
yp-"s hnn born rlnmlf roic'rrh ) I\ Steak u.
a* writ m t.arhing| ) M>.I' Hi"'Rio. w"u In fhirpo nf Ihll mmlc
r'MRM' He I IR In I'rrlll t 6Vm"n M A tcnrliril rti4 VrtwfefPTH Offer your local
"i"Id" f... tun v".'I'tt rwlltth" \ : : Whiting Lb 10'R ,Winn Dixie itore manager
..- rl'f'n"v" .'t rlr' +''RrR\' Mrr/ : j\ hoi o limited: lupply of exciting "
"'rlrd hv Mrs. .I'I
rf, Pnmn-ni, 11M)(h, Mc Ri1h! ++!v Sausage 39'REG ta hove a.Luau Indoort"' If
t In,"III hlnml ntt lu r"rHv"' *> w{( *<.* u>,. .he I" out"of these book .
aIN 1 Inn\ spr'nlbcd' In thA, "rnsrliij' '< t9t COPELAND FAMILY PACK you' can 'get on. frei ty 1 100 EXTRA' STAMPS WITH ,W-D FRESHIBeef LEANER,.GROUND?

actually prai'rnul.rarrlrd Wwv rut"pt m. thri kIP./'Wft'. ' hens .
"* : Corp,, Fifth ond Virginia LB.
: t Streets, Son Jose, 5 $19
At the rlraie nf Ili/'wsrh(VjKreilH It'. 39a PALMETTO FARMS California 95108. '
luncheon wan held' (c1 4Min PKG.
Cole Slaw J
I tpnrlicM altindma the .vIirh. u 29' -
shin| Dr. .tumni Barry itl NM%. > SAVE 5.2131'. DOLE HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE
h ""IIIi/. Ttnnrret'r HM the Fiscal 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH AND not ,6-oz.
I t .. nnralipr for thin sccwka. .Okilimlr SUB o= r Juice i 3 CANS S1
t uni "You Mnk the Dtlfct.1 Cheese K:, 39' . e .

.. Lecture c1n Rpi wrre held In the U
ti piMiinj'j. Tlipw tvclitm. _*rt 11b. 33c Drink 4 DAMS 51.
Trnl Suhlrrfl". 'Tiir1Wlh!' 1 _
Slow; I. :irnprn", "The. Excrp tcMd SAVE 6< EACH ,, .,THRIFTY MAID
.Child", mid o'liPM' J'., '60 Extra SlnmjH *ilh Crnckln' Gem! 303
nrBlr'ratlnn! .... ",I\I| fatal. .rep rd for four and live year olds POTATO CHIPS. pk. 59c '; t
for the fall clniupi ...
Anyone IN
r .Mtod may rail Mrs. F*. W. Kn.Wllrirr sly r \

,,, U Corn..2-29<:

l Leave Of SAVE 10; ?,. :yA.N.C.Mf'l '

'+ : For Abpa1:: : Pies 'FAMILY SIZE I 79*' Corned"le "1'' :N 39/


:: :"R .uire iy Lf wSt. \;; MORTON FROZEN ALL KINDS MEAT' M y: 2JAR' 39/:

fetcrsbura Fla. -liiclvk! :,t\, SAVE 20< .DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
Dinners 2 79
. r -'D1 Ilo"% of HIP FlrrUta nn,artm<'Wnf FOR Butter 40'oJAR 79x !
Vrlwini' Affairs: nnnnunrtd. :a .
reminder to .
rmjilaycts Ilitl
i : el low reqiilrpi" tic! granting ,# DOLE FROZEN PINEAPPLE-ORANGE', PEG 2111 DIXIE.DARLING RYE, t
leave nf ohnrnco tor tmplcyr*! '
win pcrfoim training will: the N:). $ U Bread. t 33j (
tnnal: Cmrd 6"OL 1
1 or reserve JrjcM;
.; 'The rrmlKdcr I.l Inwed t'a M "'1.m Juice 4 1 REG 29# DIXIE DARLING COCONUTTwirls

< -tort to avrld piulble mmlrdlndllrlnll |ntVr. CAt4s.; UU : PKG..191
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:-. In al annual guard and act!ve reserve duty' unlll for,, training 1'0111110 ..;_:..J--.1= tJ--:: : : ... t :l r-1 j -= 1 _. :)
Dixon aonouiu-rd tb t '
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law, admlnlntrrrd by the bmriu, ) I : / 1 1 ,
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vrlrrons rfermnnymeu4| rl/W I
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lipnrtnrnt cot labor. pte- ;I 1 -tt..e.
I pit" At01' 1 1 a
: vldcs that Tinrrhmfn and"PI"" r. << edrtr I
.. Ids must rpqudt leave nf nfarnrp 1
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lioni thrlr pmpl'yc" : and lliat.' (Lt the HOUSE I I .eD'r yr@Ve t w..w A+,..a I J r J I I
leave must bp Rf\MzArf JJ* f
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jumU-nu( ,,and rc_ervlstt ',are I!' :
roiijilrnl by law to "report\ back,townik ': Mtn 1 e : 1 1 / 1 !.
on 'the npxt repu'irly! *?H4iikd ..
work pirlrd following' )( t\-lr( .
release tinm, lrnlnlii<< duly In tr. .. >as,""; -f i I

pay rate and ether
Ills Dixon, ;nuflRcf.li that, J tuelis| i( '\ COFFEE ; COFFEE TISSUE 1 PEACHES j DETERGENT I '

... from risprvlsM, guardsmen nr' um.jili S \ 1 I s { 303 Con J Save 1l (- Giant Box Save 21tf Giant Box ,Save 3Qtf 20-Lb. Bag
'yen sli;>uld be rpM'ird t te-l 11.01

..... 'nervier plotnitt IcpiMralt::: divlnlun, rr In mmn bntids of ;vikrann lnstanr4n, or to ff,,rvf.|hcdepartnvot taIhp 6'91; 5'9n; i9kI6J; 1148 i 58 1 I 69 ?

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rtpplnyntendlvlnlon; Washington ft. Good To Th. Last Drop I New Easy Open Can { Limit 2 with $S: order or more -{ \ Compore Quolity Pad Prki \ Limit I with !5, order o(Wore { Hove A Cook-Out TonlyhtEXTRA

l'2J' Dec < {'-"r- c=::r =-1 1=. 1 r : \i-iI ::'

I 350 EXTRA Yellow SolidsOLEO ,

d>i('M GREEN''ffi'.. .......STAMPS MrNV .4 ''II':
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A 5..1..01 Your Doctor ol M.d.I.., nlxNEXTRA Elf
Vour I I.unl Wallc..J Scx.ly uiil UuHunJ.
Mrtitol. An.n.t'w.THE .

DOCTOR'S EXTRA Fresh Florida

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Often in the dill of night thedoclor' 'IVI e,01. CON' 111 WORTH 01 LNesIN 1-J
telephone ringi ott.ntuu. / sweetcorn
the doctor k'_, wby: + Hawaiian Punch ,
People worry more al right 0000 THRU JULY 1ITNavanrw1NNnnn f : 0000 TNSU JULY I"ITN W .
.. day\\hen are the no diiiractiuni more' coins of people the n O"NYWINN" 151{ LIMIT'TWO WITH 5.00ORDER OR,MORESWEET

deep peacefully, :while uthert t
awake, .
May worrying
for iiiktance' a person may EXTRA EXTRA JUICY FRESH SANTA ROSA

have several been dayi feeling In ilightly:the daytime ill II fur' d7i NM( GREEN INl.............STAMPS-....'" .67t,.WMnY GREEN..........WIUNNNJ STAMPS' Plums.I 2 49
the turmoil of burins hat II Twox0e LOIeN ,
mimmi/ed this feeling and he tA.r[ 0' .G c 'ci'D.. '.
hat not yet gotten around to j4r Shrimp Dinners Fig Bars 1
worrying' about It. Then comer I I FRESH CRISP LARGE HEADS 10 I 49
0000 TNRU JUU t ITIt t I
the miiht and the long quiet ti uLv" "fI' *
.. hours 'J hat'I when the worry .. ..N..N..DfW"n :::z" tILettuce j; 2 HDS 39x
... log persist thlnki more and
.. mure about his 'trouble. Anxiety
reaches a crucial point and he "'
.. decides he must do MMIthing.. EXTRA EXTRA u. S. HO. I RUSSET POTATOES
.... lie telephone hu doctor.; .6'}( GREEN STAMPS JM' GREEN STAMPS ,'
The doctor hat had .. full 'U. W nt IM4 UAMM MM'MKHM*W 5
Bakers 49
.-.. day and ta w need -of sleep' Two P;:. "=: Faun No ", lLNCOLD EAGL3 <
hu he
Knowing patient
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Chunk Tuna
fudge whether or not' the urgency OnionRings
= ii immediate, If it It not, aaao THIIU JULY "'It E.S Coos THRU JULY SIT, QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .
the task fur the physician at JC JT
.. 'this moment u to re luce' hu saunwuNwee. ataNrwnMelxie. PRICES GOOD THRU JULY MTHi. '! .
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.. patient I anxiety. Often the ; ::
patient's symptoms fail awe)'

.a...:... the problem Surf donor calling:This night cominunicating during one:ii:it':not I I ii doctor Intended the to darkness rec.mnwld for with only every.hu to uf The Smarf Plaee To 60.. for flood Things To Eat ':i:

point out that the phyncianpttiotrt ;
; rehrttunihip ,aUo de-'
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tart sad* llullar thank.NMICMM Rdsatulb. I Call Jdl.4192. J9r Apply In person at Seaside Inn ) TrooperBillsays... i

per void |M4 nlilmoni I TWO BEDROOM BLOCK HOUSE tfc J I DID YOU KNOW ?

ell 26I.3686IlF 261-3687 nice aelghborhood, beautiful yard ROUTE SALESMAN Jacksonville

or place ad at office I SaOOO down, '.)0.00 monthly. Bal. Corp ncvds young, married, i

ley Road 261.3J89: J9C high school graduate 21.35. Must
611 AshfttrwtFOR ,* t, h I
be asereiilve/! and mechanically
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Inclined. To service and main. hF
t>, hens tl each, and air condU
SALE lain coffee and food vending ma ,
tloner like new, $200 1l'k> IT IS UNLAWFUL.
' 2111.3922.Jge chinesulee and Fernandlna IJr .

12 FT.PLYWOOD freekbnat 13 _.-_.-- area. Starting salary )80.00 per

inch sides, 6 horse' Merrury out. week fringe btneflt, !Rood future .

board Inr.'wMrJftNtramui) ut. RepossessedFURNITURE Reply to Dux 760.A' .. FIT For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fie
lilt)' trailer, 223.1387. JIBe nandliu Beach 7 2. 9c M

?WO FAICON 2 door. lipht 'I blue Due to family difficulties wo have NEEDED, 3 DISTRIBUTORS, local i 2" t L ( q titious 'Nome' Unless The Name Is Registered

clean, t4U50fl call11, 5G3 So Fir*. !bten forced to turn back our furniture and surrounding territory,. IS

rher Ate. ariJ878. tie Tills furniture consists of 7 hour wetkly ARC IS."0. Repay: I r rI

THREE I I I| pc motel living mile, ro m Ilzt to Box 2441, Jacksonville, Fla 1

EDROOM- MASONRY rug, S pc, btdrm outfit gleaming 729, 16. 23p Read This Florida Law.

house. large lot/ utility room ehiorne breakfast gei Admiral refrlKerator 13 .
12(1000( down $5000 a month deluxe with full width NASSAU TAKING ap.
*".***. plication for an engineer to T
tie frecrer & crkper and deluxe\ full

. ,. size ran lie. Ask for uccotml No 909) serve a* Cnunly Rood Superintendent I "It shall be unlawful for any person or person, ns defined' herein, to engage in
uxwitui/iH in me m.'reenrdporch I1
nrlRinnlly mild $!''i7, being held for Application ftrmii maybe I without
Lear garage allarlied 300 deciirid. Ivan Clerk of Clicull hmlnexH' ns herein defined under n fldlllms nime nn herein defined, nnd

ft mails on. fenced tarton Creek Ph 2G1 duck.4j90:; ,. horse tic"SPECIAL" I I the bjlaiue only$!67 Court Beach I II.Fla.O Oxley, iernamllna J9c KEEP YOUR car fit A ear ihould b. kept In good unlen/ twiil fictitious name .shall he tPK'xtertd', with the rink of the circuit court of

_. No money down, pvinti, only $3 wk. mechanical l condition at all timti Florida does I the cnunly where the irmclpiil (In* of biiNlneMt In. which rfjr.lstrat.lon shall consist!

48" chain link tepee NATIONAL not hart a law requiring periodic automvfeiU Iniptetion .

with steel posts. 29c per I 1111. FURNITURE: : WAREHOUSE WANTEDLOOKING But It U to your interest to chick your I of Minx with the c'eik aforesaid im nfflilmtt slcnod by nil litereotcd persons! ,

no foot down Will install Free estimates, 3622 Brach Blvd FL 9.21 FOR noeanfr home! In brakes, headlight!, wh..ls, leering mechanism! staling! under oath the name of nil those: Inlcrenlfil In the liusinew ..ntt'rprlIhe!
piyment Call ::1i 1-S171 I
today CoMtol Fence Mfg/!. OPEN!: itALY 9.9 Sat 94 Sun 12 6 Firnanduu React,. Two bedronms tirti, and ether equipment b. sure your auto- extent of the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under which !laid btisinm h
rtfc JJC and dining room a Reersslty Will mobile it rudy t. mist any' mergeney Accidontiofton

consider lot to build. Box 200Rumson are due to mechanical d.f.ctl. Many ac.I- tarried on. Slid regbstrlttiun Billy not he made until I the person or persons: desiringto !! /

ONE ALUMINUM TiUVFL: Trailer FOR RENT N. J. tie dents can bt Avoided by drivers whoa cars are engage! In buNinesH under u fictitious name shall hate ndvertlHcd' hU or thelf; intention .
In .good shape Can ace owner at In good mechanical condition. It pays to keep both

trailer after Sunday. W R Sharp, FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Apt Found you and your car fit (for taft and happy driving to register/ nnld fictitious name nt 'leant once n week for four ((4)) ronwcu-

SHRIMP 'BOAT-- '25V, xl\-'47 year round, utilities furnished live, weeks In Rome newspaper' n* defined by law In the county where wild reslnlm-/ -

] $:;7. .o monthly. 6)0) N. Fletcher :
V-S engine marine clutch, manl 261 39J6. ., Ire FOUND BLACK AND WHITE --- t lion In. lo be made, and Maid rrslstratlon; shall not be accepted by the clerk of .the
fold gas hY+ler, fully rlllqed to female Schnauzer Owner please PUBLIC I NOTICE PUBLfC NOTICE I

go, 1000. Marine plywood run. I I McCRiNIE APT till 261.4314. J8p NOTICF or INTPWTION .. f I troTteR IINIIPR TIle FICTITIOUS ,, circuit court except' upon receiving proof of .such publication. ?=

about 17' X 7'. 30 hp Mercury, ONE: ;ROOM furnished apartment TO tuna APPLICATION '") i NAME LAWNollce ..
I FOR FINAL HiaXHARUB '. la hereby given that the u..1
double lift
trailer with PUBLIC NOTICE
carriage, downstairs, with bath Utilities FLORIDA ITATUTPS rternlRnerl. pu'mmnt Ice "r 1",11, u.
$350. W A. Zctlerower. Rt 1, washing machine furnished, I NOTITF .TO BIOtMUU IN rotor' O*' Tllll COUNTY JUDt,B. Name Hi,:ituU-" Houu Bill Nn llt. If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than
Box 83, Fernandina Beach, Fla Seated 4iM will tit. ree.lved at th* NASSAU rOUNTV" RTATb: OfrU I SWIM, "lloildu.
I $3 73 week Aim beach rent. ; te'lIr":: : 'Ih'r" ;:
per office of the Amela lilund M nqulto >Rl )A,. IN PROIIATB, 141, ri.Kli.lrr with' nfIh
Phone 261 4747. J23p I al+. For Information call 261- Control District nf Niaiiau Cuui tyFlirlda In re the Pilate el Gti Clrtull ourl In and fur Nunaautllluua Your Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly ,Advertised
I 4042 I. at 7 North 411 blieet, Per Julia' D Chudwlrk, Dereaae<. Cuunlg Ilnrlda upon reelpl or 'pratf ,
W McCranle tic
IMTcHRYlLER"NEwToRKFR, nandlna Bench, riurlda I00 T* All Wlmm U Nay DUMeill i puhlleUl1"n;: of Ilan.:: nnllre. the fie.
4 door In excellent condition COMPLETELY RNl 0'Cluck, P M, Tuesday, 1:11:1l: NoUr la flied that Fllsa-!, name. In''''"' And Registered See Your Attoney For All Necessary Informa
house 1064 fur the I >wlng beth c. Dreimler' her Until report 1' 'LAND SEAI"'OOD ,
$47300. 261.3117. lieRCURY Sleeps I 1ft North Fletcher on 10:noo OAI Jf.I PREMIUM\ ORADE: .i Admlnl.I'Mtrll of the. estate *f Under which ".. urn rid''ft.d I In
flASOUNt ::0,0(0 1IALUJNS NO. I Julia II. Chddwlrk d.'uaiil: that hunuieiiWe' .
tion As To What You Should Do.
1935 r.mlclt.lr.ml{; I oceonfront Ph 201-3058! tic FUEL OIL, 10,000 Hall"n. Premium aha tiled her )pennon fur Ilnul I dli. use enguei-d In liunlneM at No
-- 11 rude l,.-olln.. with S Wale OUan ..h.rllt'lnd that one Hill apply, tohe "I... .fllrept. rirnimllna Item.hTliul "
Inil cond,lion. Priced for quick VACATION HOUSE sleeps 12. mime 01 "I lent ,thus M Got jne. D.- lion"wiibl* ':eife W* Ih..rlord, I,, County the only pirtlra Inierrsied' In
silo Call 261.5874. J9c liveries will. b* nude by tank wiifondellverMi Judii of NUB.JU C unlv Fkrldu l uo inld bUKliena. nitvrnilhe, are lo rJul '.
Oceanfront kneed Fur. :
yard. net to exceed !Soil (lull", ,.. the lelh day uf July: :I 1'104: fir aniM:aval ,nun and, Marvin" enhin,
Tsf2 FALCON :"Iow mlleaRe--make; nlshed. Phone 261-4174. tic! au_ 0'ilUn. No I .'",,1 Oil of ..111" Mn,1) fir. final"' dlcehurea"enAdnlnlatr11lrln 41 J2 n. Ifl 23 FERNAKDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER
I. All bid muel oiud* all Tax**. ', of Ihienlnl. nf JuliaB 1 -
offer Phone 261.3635 during day I iW MAN > BOARD $I750 perweek 1'. An bids must Mat *urlieatfuaruteed Ch,ulwl. k, drcejxeit t. on Ihla. 28 day I
delivery dole. of Jun.. 1M4' Trade At Home
tic .
__ GOO Cedar Street, Call 261. 3. / cuk niMbeth C Drretirr
:y! a. J9p aid* :1d"'u: v.T.: Ietwle.df1R' ON A NICE LARGE LOTS FIUel.' fill: ---- -- --- --- ------
for sac. HAMMING: CONTACT lute nf Julia n. ChjUuIckdrceatied ....---- ---- -- -- -- --- -- ------ -
lood teimi On. quarter mile Irratief completely AND NOT TO .Bt! OPKHFD UNTIL '
41 *M. 7.1.5,11
South of Fiv. Point on Amelia equipped. Sleeps five. IBM"

Kd Call 201.5421 tfc Make your reservation, Scotty 'lie, Board nf Cnmmtnaloneri/ of tha PUBLIC NOTICE I
Amelia Inland Mmqulto Control' 1>1. ;
Trailer Sales Ph 261.3474. NOTIC'I"OR: IIIOITt
RECENTLY REMODELED., TWO but of Nanau Ciunlv. Florida. relervea
all HIV/ il ftinai. lieu,'h. FlorIda .
tie right to reject any or mi
bulruim, separate pan wl 1 dining UPSTAIRSTPT: :: S rooms and hlds I and In aicepl the rhejpeit or will rcr.,iv* a< ilfd 1,110,! at
ouch the !beat In. Cilv Hill until a'00 PM O' .tick,
room, small down and monthly beat If anion In to Ih'l
bath, unfurnished. 3rd and Ala- lerest of auld Hoard, I July 29 I lied for the funll.l H of
paymc'nU. Can lee after 4 p.m chua 261 5644. tfc Til*: BOAHO OK ,OMMISflONFJlS new crawler tractor allb dirncl 1 enlni .
4U7 Nil. 4.h. St. 2nl.:3019. 7.2.Do I Ot' AMEWA IMIANI' MOSQUITO > >. heavy duly e ,in. duns rruikran I
TWO BEDROOM:(;; IhIap;; ; CONTHOL numirr or NASSAU guard, blower. fin 41.." Rrnunrrtrarki
' : COUNTY rWHIDAlly hvdrunllr II sib Ijimlera,
5(1( BUICK 4 door hardtop new Private entrance 421 N. 3rd St i l I. Ralph Wolff. ChairmanSt nn,le doer with enhln enolml.Net I. I
paint!, low nnlcaKC. $225. Downtown tic Ian 71 I form and MxMiiru. 'all,uu may be
Gulf, or cull 21,1.4U44. Jup ublalird, fr.im the ufllte "f Ih* City COMMERCIAL.u

--- -- --- TWO ROOM unfurnished house I PUBLIC NOTICE UIUS Manager muni Clly he Hall I +l Inly I

SEE TilE NEW SANDY KOUFAX W TV I IN THR cmniT' COURT nr Tint m, iked "1 Po" /I''lsl rn
no prop, no gears pure thruIt, 1 ROOM FURNISHED garage MII'RTH n'ni('IAI, t met'IT orllIB !lilt ton THE: I IIHNIMIIIN'I OK ONE
\elorlt Jet oulb ard enflnc!
) apartment I'OK NAHHAU (Olf"I" HAN. I'D ON Jill Y J3 Ml AT NO 111
Rims In 2 Incite, ul w-iier, 6 hours T> fii I ( FRY, AHP NO tSJl PM",. 1
1I.llIon. Only $11919 Dealer ,, ,SrrtVAPT A PUFHXON and HATH lie lily rnmnil' /.lon revives the
per aMAIL ONt bedroom, unfurnUlied I RTN: A. PETERSON kll wifePLAINTIPII rtKliI to reje-rl any/nr nil I Ma,, to
Imiiilrlci Invilid Phone l ::1i 1.ti06.1or house. waive UTlmlc illKc\ and .li'mxhllen
Write Rex KG:: Feinindlna V*. and In anvpt the hid to huh" In th* PRINTING
> I I AtllRFY M. SIMPSON, el .1..1.I nl.lnlln, nf auld tllv C IInll"'I Im, l I. In
Brach, Fin i TWO I'.JOM furnished apart.I i iI I MOTH OK lilT Ibo .boot ,lnir., of mill' Cdy nf FarnjnUni .
______ THE STATE! OP ILOKIDA TO: He,.t.H. M"rHii .
$2 0 d wn, *r>7 month'! buys mOlnn. I mint. t.iOHi, WIUIAM 1>..II.Allhll. Real DAVID M ATIIH;
Ihuc bed" homo. M. f. MILMAN 11 iJt(, 1 denoe UdkwwnR l rtly Audit, .r end ( tr*
ry oTfir PHONE Ml.MM r;I.AINk.: MILARfR I flenldenciwAlnowe Clly i.( I eriluii''lu''.j DrOrh", flurHa
I : f
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$7500 BUYS nicely kept two bed You and' each of you ar* hereby
ONE UNFURNISHED upstairs notuied. that a wilt da, been filed I"
ram heme, fully furnished Old. apartment, octantide Y. a r ajui.l you In U..* above entitled PUBIC NOTICE < 1
section ." .. cuiue and that you are hereby riNire4 .' NOTICE nwnnM' FICTITIOUS .. ;;'.-t',.
cr 't'''>' a? '-.' 'tmiujd..136>A .>FJttchcj(,},f b* <*i HI**ynur atuwer with the. ,, NAME LAW fi11''' '
ft TV fr .:IIT8: tfc Clerk of Olin derail C"urt/ and to ItoUI-e U'hereby given that" the. underalgoed .- .r \ <( Is A With Us W
$3jO:; 00 down $*>7.00 a month buy 'r serve a copy thei* if upon III* Plain.tllf : : purau ml ,n, Flctllini Specialty "
a 3 bedroom home In Yulee, duet- VACATION; APIS I or PUIntlffi Attorney, whoa Nan" Statute' Iruuw lull No I US, MChecl
nain and adlrea II' Chapter No, inwu. Law of Ftorkfci.1MI "
ed heat. OCEANFRONT APTS. completely JAMES W PFTTYJOHMUnrlda will reglaier Kith the Clerk :ofthe r

*! -ft furnished Day week, or month : Till Buildingeoksonvllle : C'lreoll Court In and Inr N'H'
: I, Florida
Counly Uorlda of
Outside city limits 3 bedroom 584 S. Fletcher Ave MI-S87B: Ifc: I not later than July I7ih. 1<184. If you ubUcatlon of upon thla rpt'rll.L nulite, Ui*pratof llolltlou. N
hcmc wilts storm fence Price be fall I to do io Deere Pro Confetao will name. town: .
YULEE, UNFURNISHED' two bedroom I be soured afalnat you fir the relief FIX.ALL SHOP '
low replacement Low down payment demanded In laid complaint' The Under -
which 1 am engaged In bulln "
house month Du.
$3000 ; : nature of laid pull being for fnrecloaur .. :
plea house, two bedroom MS.00 on the following described' Wand :::. > am engaged In .bunlneia at 137 to !; your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes Business
month Bulb houses carport and tv altuated In the County of 4th Bt |,ern.indlna Btuch Fla_
John f. Ferrelra A Sea Stale nf Florida. more parlkul I That Ih* only party Interenled Inlaid
IDA Atlantic A... Phnn M1I571FIFXAIUM utility room Near Terminal Bag 1 any deacrlbed H: bounces iteipra. I* llurg Office other kind of
Cards Forms
223.3J74. tic I A tract of land In Seclloni II and !\C.\ Wddes. or any printing you
U Townihlp 4 North Range 23 'I .IS. 15. r.1. 5
EanNaoauu County H"nduu -
FOUR ROOM, .furnish) all't.1; "re purlliuljrly described a. PUBLIC NOTICEORDINANfr <
hlln.Is measured .nd and if the is low call.
Installed Wide range of colors mint) upstairs 603 S 6th fillcmlIor a point' of .Minnlncommence. : NVMHFR IM *tAN may require quantity just give us a

4881. JIHp at U"* cirner common to !Set'Hone OMIIIVANtK. : NllfPI rMFNTINllTUP :
PORTER _______ 1 II 12 U an-1 I 14 In the Township' ( >WPRk.llKNmvK.ONIXll,
Center Phone HrrWS. ties LRMSIIKD DOWNSTAIRS apart- and Range aforementioned and run PLaN or Tiir tnv OK HERMAN: .
II"enc. N >rlh 1Ihlv.nan. riegreenfurtyoae ULNA' Br-Atll, IIOHIII. RV CHAN'
TWO BrDROOU house on Rayon wren fur mil Dcslmble Ireatlnn I minute Weil .IN en rte ',',"<* INK f ANHIrlCAIION UftfKTAIS
I'Iil'.Terml 261.4227. tic lreea.41 WI clung the line dlvld RRTORV: If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start
Rd large arrana..5421".L.Le Inn eatd kectloni II and 14 ad''.. WHEN FAS: the City Cirnmlnlan, (
of of the i lly of rmamliiu' heachFlorida ,
ed Ph loom three hundred forty nine ;:
:: :
MISCELLANEOUSLET and aeventy-el*/hundredth. I./4971' did hold' a pulilic hearln ona
CHOICE horses Vernon feet to a point North plan POUR\! fifty four d*>met..runllll.n'i ., lonlng plan nf the Cut of rrirmdlna t l' ,
Lee, next JW ,Boles Grocery! ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS urn veranda Ea.t IN.M defreen 51'. Heath Florkl. albs kavkiggiven .
help with dilflk. 10".El dlHtjnre nf five hun"lredMhiy nitue ul the tin* un I plate'
elall.ItUl.O i tic( four a
u. Writ Box 8.18! .aeven and nine.lenthi (1907! there publlahed" nen.osn. I...tot f fingertips of all printing produced in our pt.I .
log problem
; a, feel lo a pilnt In the renter if general tlrculallun In the Clly of *.rnandma '
LARGE SIUDY MTIM X 217 ftljO City 4>r lIMe lax. El: .6.7700UMtR the pavement of U. 8 Highway Dew mre each week lor.
K Nun .her I: run thane. hulls f"rlyl two ill wmaerutlv week<. the f1511'puhlrullun '
oh ...<'. A ;( /\ SANDING ind rrflnUhin all l degree alxtten' minutes CaulIH4 hang, at lew Illlren ||011| l I
degrees' El, ahng the center day prior' In Ih. d.,te of the public I Ihe
CIO N. Fletcher Floor tile' Paul E liaisons nf Raid: pavement a alliance.
INCOME: BEACH property on one 'PII_ fit 4Mi tf, tin,Mir hundredth hundred nl..IV..11'1114' Ml feel and to filly, a ':: OK IT 'ri nit<1rrvIIi.: TUP IFRVAN.' MO.I' Our printers take pride in their' work and you are assured

lot. Duplex, :1 benVmm. house. point when the renter of She aald DINA HACKMvCTION .
WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS la InterMrted by th* I. Thai the I.rranry'nlth. :
,16300 Owner .wild tdw Bad any make Slaves cleaned) I pavement.n* dividing. gertluna I) and 11afunmmUonwl City of rernjiKlna' Ueib. !' of a neat, clean and accurate job.
mortgage, 'ift < unfit r'lrniturf'Ph. ,. run thenre North mriherl. al dltiwl' 1.11' t. .
TV Holy, Hell, repair eigMynine: deireei, (firlyin* mmme Wick 200 Huh A. II. C. r. t'. 1
IletUra. Yulce 4d-UM tie Went IN-M 1 degreer4l'.WI i iI H of Lot 5 of lernandMaBeach
FOUR, LARGE shady lots at Five "- I ..if the line dividing" Sectllhu 12 .. ;ldf.lly T :
Polnn. H you desire, we will BOWL AT BUCCANEER LANES and 13 a distance, 01 I..ur hundred la hereby deni nald .. a B1. w>4r
ehly,. .?.0e and sev.nlylhree hun. the romprehrnalve, ronln; pi .n and PHONE
build for you open all day from 10 00 a m. drrou'a 115.731: feet 10 a IwInl' oftwenning TVtr iV Alrrondltliuirxl, ,. 40e a game H*. omitting Irom she land .
ONE CORNER: BEACH lot N. fore S 00 m. Me alter( S noJ18 de'IC.I1 all 111..1 part of the tiFCIION 2 All rdmann. tad. '" 261-3686
I p right of way nf U, 1 Highway parts| of .rdlnam In ennfl..t ..*..
Fletcher 73 X 100 $:!BOO. third K, J2, 9p Number I which I has "been Included. wilh are ta the extent of curb eon
Ih* tract .f lead Nina eonvevedonnuuiing flied\ hereby reunitedATTtlT or
down : BICYCLE ten and twenty.fivehwMredUia Maynr-t'nmmla.
fr i I FAST, 281J 8. Fletcher pair nervier by factory trained le.. : FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEAIRtlrwn
h 1nle Pick up and delivery WITNESS my hind and official City, Auditor and fish' '
WAS $13.500. Now priced at 12000. mrc seal of sold. nurl In the City of Per David M. 1I.tI chl 1 1"EAI.
CONTACT: PETE IMGBAMSdeinaa IA your home In FrrnaitdJna nandina peach Nwaau Cnunty FlorMi .'
I Reach, Yule and Oeanway roe. 12 day d June I KMHEALl DATE': op rinrr! RFAWNH: TONE
: 'I' P 0 OXLEYn 24 ",M I
L. L. BohaiMe AreeryW Write or rail for all prior. King 0 OXIEY: Clerk Circuit' DATE: OF HF.COND AND FINALH'ADtNtI
Ills Phone Ml.SMI Bicycle' and Hobby Store Hottt- Ciurl Fnurh Judicial' Circuit : | : JIJLY e. l 1'/14 |
North JackawYtte rbonaJN4U4. of riurlda In MM) ler Nw.au DATE Of tnillJCATlON: JULY I.
"We ..U/i. LWlma e. Horn* sad I yell Mall. ce.aa, r1Rlw'
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ti 'I Pas; Twtlvt News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida .- Thursday, July 9, 1964

!'t Little All Selected -'.-- -
"1 League Stars The germ lives In soil and strl'Ct' body through any wound, One Fler.
1'1. .. State SecondTo dust and may be especially prevalent Ida woman ropertully, contracted
where there are domestic ani. | tetanus from a bee sling the germ
t : .1 I SWAPPED FOR Bl UKT (C.OJlHlN! I crl of nil tennis In the heal Little a .448 average AI Tnlbird hit at a mills, especially horses Man\ also supposedly having been picked up I
14-ugue wire' Paul Sihrimlz, Ladd 435 with Ladd Gordon coming Texas For I
All.Slurs ; pace Is a source of Infection The diseaseIs by the ore! from a flower' where It
) The little LIQKIII! wire
. Gordon Wimllc Iligglnbotham and Through II IIh. .418 average, world.wide but Is relatively uncommon had been deposited by wind and
selected lust t weekend! to represent ,, Bobby Ferreira of the KlwanlsSrnnUrs Bobby Ferreira hit 3B9. Tommy Tetanus DeathsJACKSONVILLE The germ can enter the I rain
I: IT THROUGH THE Fcrnimlnm Beach In the District': Trmmy Skipper and AI Skipper 318, Billy Burbank 344. -
Tournament wiich will be singed I Talblrd of the Methodist Braves, AI Bennett 306, Paul Schrantt 261,
Eddie Justice and Billy Burbank of Wesley Douglas .2'i9.' Dwlght Key Florida has
at Highlands In Jacksonville: lK'gln-1| the Ititiry Jets Wesley Douglas. 261. David Bowers 243, Ronnie had 102 deaths from tetanus be. I i
:; ; WANT ADS sing Wednesday July 22. re' 'man- Ronnie McDonald' and Max Herd McDonald .240 and Max Herd ,131. twecn 1951 and 1962, making I It second -
i diva Brach will play Highlands In I of the Cht'm.CI'II Cubs, David Bow. Schrantt, HMInbolhum, Skipper, to Tcxai 259, the State Boardof !
it ''If the first game at seven clock on ers and AI Bennett of the Concora Talblrd Burbank, McDonald Key, Health laid today. :
r July 22 with the winner playing Hornets and Dwight Key of the I and Hord have been used as pitch. Oliver II Boorde, director of the
2 Forrest t View on Thursday: The I KAC Rcdlcm, i en during the regular season which board Division of Public Health t
f i winner if, the tournnnunt' i will I Windle IllRKlnbetham( topped the gives Mnnai.tr Fred Townsend a Statistics laid Hare were 1281deaths
travel In CIII'OO the fellewlntf week group In hitting with: a 484 aver nice group to make a mound selection reported from tetanus( across
K .. Players selected by the moOt I. age with Eddie Justice second with from for his opening!! game the nation during the five.year per.
. -- .- lod for a rate per 100,000 popula
tlon of 01 Florida was tied with

__ m Senior League Georgia for fifth place with a rate If you use
I of 0,4 being preceded by Arkansas,
,r. Loulsana, Mississippi and Texas. NEW DU PONTLUCITE@
Season StandingsPlayer Florida has later figures for the
I No Money Down stale 1959-63, during which
Team At Bats Ills AV there were 33 deaths among whites:
81 nonwhites, Male deaths
Beryl l Rice Rcdbirds 42 23 Mil among
I Jerry Franklin Pal, SO 22 440 outnumbered female deaths 3 to 2,
t $53.50 per month I I Mike I Conner: Stags SI 22 :431 Age groups most affected duringthe
1959 63 period were the 4 years
Doc Burgess Falcons SO 20 400 HOUSE PAINT
and under and the 45 and older.
Sieve Bevllle Redbirds 46 18 391
: Concrete Block and Brick Robert Thornton Stags SI 19 .373Flctchir These two groups accounted for 74
. cent of all deaths and 64
per per this
4 IJrv Shurlcy Plr, 44 13 363 year. a.
e r1 cent of all cases
David Jchnson Fal 50 18 .360
1 4o+M+ o+ Roger oilers Plr 45 15 333 Boorde aid this possibly Indicates it probably will be the last time
i IIMS1II1) I FOR LIVING Harry Mills Stags 30 10 333 that a substantial number of
r Slug Me" 1 Donald ral 43 14 326 oildrcn: have not been Immunized you'll repaint this decade. ,.;.1,

OAK MOORS Hank Ruliy Slaw 46 13 ,306D against tetanus and that adults Tests on actual houses prove that new, "LUCITE"
I' iiinitvnil vld Rrdiffcr Fal 35 11 314 I have not kept up the proper Immunlzation i House Paint outlasts ordinary oil,base house paints.
for themselves, "In ad.
Ricky Oliver Redbirds 51 16 .314
:, WALL maTER Lre Gads In Falcons 46 14 304 dittos," he said, "the higher rit. 'I "LUCITE" goes on effortlessly-covers wood, brick,
_r David Walton Stags 50 15 .300 Ing of deaths In these groups are stucco, cement, masonry. ,
USIOM BUILT CABINETS consistent with the generally lower
-- Rl'NS BATTED IN resistance of the very young and "LUCITE" House Paint hides surface Imperfections,

e On "THE YOUNG S\VlNGrKS": : .Marring Rod Lauren and I Reeky tuner 1Feleonnl 181IJerry the aged against most diseases" I resists chalking, cracking, dirt and fading. No primer
Built Your Lot
Molly nee, will be shown at the Han Theatre Friday and I Franklin I tStagnl 131 I Boorde said there were 33 coun. needed for repainting if old paint Is in good shape.
Robert Jl1hnsl1n eStaus) 13 tics In the past five years which
Saturday, .
N Beryl Rice IlIldblrdsl 12 had at least one tetanus death Dries in one hour to form a weather tight protectiva
i Free Folder Barry Hire I RedblrdSl 12'' Tetanus (lockjaw) Is often fatal shield.
.. Mike MtDnnald I t'alcolIs) 11',
.. Stew Bt'\'llle I Redbirds, 10 New
QUALITY HOMES David Johnson (Falcons) 10 ; ,

Lee Godwin 10 FOOD Walt Kelly
P. O. Box 68 Oceanway, Jacksonville 18, Florida Doe Burgess IFaleonl) 0 Beautiful Colors

t I oj fl o- a f f't Mason Bean Redbirds'<< 9
Phone 1.1070 or 768.6655GREEN and intermixes
t Hank Bailey (Stags) 7.. >;aeioowl tw I I

: . : Robert Thornton (Stags) 7 4 1 uclTL' $8.95
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t aural, PITCIIISG W L u Moo... NradltwyauaN

i Mike Terry Sapp Rowe(Slags'(Redbirds' ) :3 3 I 0 0 wv- GAL.,. <[[p O]MT

. David Johnson I Falcons) 1 0 i ---_=_ .........w.
. Kenny King Stallsl( 1 0
: Barry Rice (Redbirds) 1 0
Winton Harris (Redbirds) 9 li i

UPi I MAKE A WILL bank. Readers who want this book. Lee Godwin IFalconl'' 1\\ I NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO.
Dear Helen: Your column. are let should write to me al National Steve Solomen ISlags) 3 1
always so Interesting, Please, this Senior Center Lehigh Acres Fla Beryl Rice Redbirds( ) :3 I 1 1129 South 8th Street I'hone-61.3648.
i raiowLAWSPLANK Lohman (Redbirds'' :1 1
33936. And PLEASE enclose stamp Terry
AENOI question My husband and I arc In ,,
. uorrta lad our middle 50s, both with heart ed, self.addressed envelope) SECOND HALF STANDINGS/ ,; I
41 conditions Our lawyer says we I w t
don't need a will because the property I RETRAINED ELDERLY Redbirds 8 0
! Is husband OR wife Do you I Dear Helen: Im told that older Falcons 8 :2 I
dealers sell
think a will Is necessary? We want people are being trained for new I Slag 3 5 Chevrolet more
j our property to go to our 3 children'' types of jibs I guess the govern. Pirates 3 8Cardinale
. without the courts taking It nil ment Is doing this I If so. where 0 8
Thank you so much, I COLLINS I i than anybody
. UTAH + Dear Collins: In South Bend,, FINAL FIRST HALF STANDINGS cars
: ; Dear Utah: I am no attorney' but\l Inel where Studebaker and Bendlx II Redbirds 7 2 .j(' -
Covers I do not hesitate la reply' publicly laid off over 9.01)0) workers. The Na. '&ap 8 3
/ that a will Is u nreeskilv' It Is the tleimil Counell on Aging with governnunl .. Falcons 5 4 Because they sell great cars
1.59 1000 0 9
1 $1 way to make lure thai all assets go I help opened Project Able Pirates

.. Square feet to your chosen heirs ut least lo re.tain older workers lo reenter HOME RUN LEADERS
coal has tax losses, least Irou- the labor force All the commun. Jerry Franklin tt-'alconsl 3
'.!. I beet! My consultants tell me that Itys agencies pitched In, Slronj Beryl Rice (Redbirds/I / 1

.... Jointly.owned properly may merely supportive services develop new I David Johnson (Falcons' 1 -'
.. be an Invitation to what they skills (guidance. The Idea took root Lee Godwin Falcons( ) I
call common disasters., This may lately In Milwaukee too I Ricky Oliver (Redbirds) 1I & f \

be the demise of both; or the In. Robert Johnson Stall'( ) 1 ... .
; HARDEE BROS. CO. I -'; -.xw.Nuns- .__..
Incapacity or Incompetcncy of a MY FEET IILRT I John Welaner (Plratl's) 1 1I

k .", f rurvlvor to make a proper will Od.I I Poor Hcle'n: A friend advises me Burry Rice (Redbirds I I II -

.. ..,.. .,.-:-t>:;" .,'',..: ;'* .. .' I dly, this month brought many let to see a chiropodist fur my fool I r-- _. __ _

: r 218'Atlantic Avenue I ten Inquiring about wills I have I What trouble Is I the would roil prefer difference a podiatrist between have an Itch to expand my hurl. I .
obtained supply of some I I ilorlda What thechance
therefore a Take
.. the two? At the end of the day I I tons "'"
booklets on wills, from a nearby caR hardly walk from pain in my of getting something reasonable Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe
to live Inn
: r-- I feet I need help, but I want to get but pleasant EVANS.De8J' .
the best NETTLE
MM I Dear Nettle: A neighbor of mint Evans: The chances are
Is the piesldrnt of the Stale Podia. swell I checked today. Availableare I
try Association A podiatrist Is a some apartments at S 33 month
; BAKIG ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES! dectnr: who diagnosis and treats ly for studio.type, and 163 month.

discuses, Injuries and deformities ol ly for ene''bedroom apartment Unfurnished I
TRCAU.Y! the fit!, A Chiropodist Is the same I but Includes new stoveand +3r d0. ,. * call them Chin refrigerator These are In a
: DON'T MISS THIS thing Some states
,, cuodliits. They frequently maintain Golden Age Village near the shopping v
j clime touch with a patient physlrlan I center. The community provldes .
Nearly 3000 hospitals, nursing free bus lines Like the Idea?
SPECIALBARGAIN homes and hones for aged pro Write to me for full Information. b1 libu Sport Coupe
vide fen I.care, now Podiatry I. at National Senior Center Lehigh
Import jut In hubllilatlon centers, Acres Ha 33D06: I may be able
do In to a free brochure with
a* writ The first thing I get you
writing this column Is to kick my Door.plan*, too.
E shoes off! I

CALLING: ALL VETS I Dear Helen: Please send your *

Dr:ir Hcle'n: I I'm 1Vl't' of two booklet. on low.cost drugs, honest y-1>. 7
world' wars I never needed help I vitamins and wills. Also send
until now Niileh, Its money I I How to be An Active Citizen
need. A j Job. I'm not t sure where to I Thank you We never miss your
tinn din you suggest! t something!!? column It certainly helps us.
.; VET.Denr I RUSSELLDear Chevy U Nova Sport Coupe
Vet: Go In your (local V SFiniileivniint Russell: The low.cost drugs
Service Never a Ire, pamphlet with actual costs listed
Their off ins have veteran' peilalMi Is Kent by me free II's on Us way.
FRIGIDAIRE Space-Saving l There services liulitdetentiselliiK I \'IIU can compare the prices your.
rifiiMlH, job place self The same for honest vitamins,
+ %re men(, anu'yslx of your peilenll, But I have no booklet on wills. To I '
di'vi'lopmrnl' IIf re.II'lIlnhlll pro. answer these questions I ask an
TWIN I 30 : gruiiK. etc You'II find them' vm- attorney, for you. So ask me some YY I III awIa111YIYYlYMYyY '
T.77 pathetic and very hclplul May! In qmstlons! "(low to be An Active I II
touch buddy Citizen' Is available by writing lo : : a
I:: at I the University of Florida Press, I

GltOl'P RtTIKf:MFNT' Gainesville, Fla. It costs (1.SO andIs I Club Coupe
Hear Helm: Our women s asv worth a million. I hope you get ?
r datum Is making! pints for are. :It': t.
: BUDGETPRICE! tie'me'nt paradise, We are now I -
biK lining fund)-riising, We set our HEALTH DIARY I Chevrolet has brought a hole new kind, Whether ou're gobbling up a hill In

this ut $! 0,OJO I tn start, \\ c called j Lear Helm: All my neighbors of excitement to everyday driving this a thrifty Chevy II opimaking tracks
In mi architect to design the bu Id. "Health Diary" Got one 5 different lines of beach
.. Kit your iar-with cars and on a sandy with'a riar-tngmcd

: : 2 ovens in compact( au"!() wiellh-1 above, I below, Upper oven has. sk Inn'teh Are inclosed we on the right track SUSAN See left lOc(} ', for Thanks me?! I enclose the required SAM 43; different models. Conair, you'll feel it.

I,: filigree ghss: door Huilt-on, vented' exhaust' hood clears awn)' ttmoke.. Dear Susan: 1111're on the wrong Dear Sam: I have lome left/ And whether j ou're cushioned in the So why not stop in at you,' Chevrolet
track, In view of the (tact that your In the mail I bucket seat of a luxurious Chevrolet dealei soon and see w hat v e mean.
Pours I la
cooking odors!. (Option, extra cost "trlple.filterinlt" kit eliminates need group It mm.profit. you may be Impala Super Sport or behind And don't be surprised if you

: -- for duct work) Cook-Master: automatic control for lower o>en.rullwidth able to obtain a government loan SEED HELP 0A: PROBLEM? the heel of the roomy Chevelle, see your neighbor there: More
: front the Fit A for your retirement 'oullfeelit.
drawer. National > people do.
Write\ to Helen Alpcrt
hcuslng, You do not say how manyptnple
4. will occupy that building Senior Center, Lchlgh Acres, Fla,
have you polled tour members to 33916: Please send a stamped self- BECAUSE MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS!! JHJVRJIIETS! MUSI BE A BETTER BUY
: LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE EASY TERMS find out 7 One women's association addressed envelope Or write to I I _. _. .. ..
soiled a'ong' with time,liking plans, this newspaper Ask for the free list
then discovered thul only ( mem of booklets sent with the /

1'1 : _b Florida Public Utilities (0.It hers GOLDEN were Interested'AGE MILVGE! i menu of this column, comP/I.1 WOODWARD MOTOR CO.

; Dear Helm" : I'm widower, live Trade At South 8th Street FERNANDINA BEACH, FI. \. PhoneIf 261.:16:16: :
nllh my son i family, pay my way, I .. .



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; ... I Pace Twelve News-Leader. Fernandina Beach. Florida Thursday.. July 9. 1964

,...r Little League All Stars Selected ,- .. --
t + The germ lives In soil and street body through any wound One Flor.
; SecondTo dust and may be especially preval. Ida woman reportedly( contracted

: I I01 SWAPPED FOR B) CURT CORDON; I era mills,
LcaKio 1 wrre 1 aul Siliranlz, Ladd .435 pare with Ladd Gordon coming Texas For especially horses Man also supposedly hiving been picked up
) The Idle Lttmnc 1I.SlursI''re' : Gtnl Wlndlt ggliibolham Is a source of Infection The diseaseIs I by the bee from a flower where It
/ n and through with .418 average .
sclccltd last t weekend t represent I Bobby Ferreira uf (he Klwanls Bobby Ferreira hit 349, Tommy
Tetanus Deaths The enter the I rain.
IT THROUGH THE Fcrnindma: Ik a 'h In the District Senators Tommy Skipper and AI Skipper 348, Billy Burbank .344, germ can

.. Tournament which will bo sliced/ I Talblrd nf the Mdhodlst Braves, AI Bennett 308, Paul Schrantl ,261,
at Highlands In Jtcksmvlllc beginning Eddie JUKI Ice and Hilly Burbank of Wesley Dmelai T9, Dwight Key JACKSONVILLE Florida hat
; l I the Rotary Jets Wesley Douglas( 261, David Bowen 243. Ronnie had 102 deaths from tetanus between .
'WANT ADS Wt'dIlCKdllJuly 22,, Fcrnan- Ronnie McDonald and Max Hord McDonald .240 and Max Hard ,131, UoS and 1J62, making It ace.ond
ri din Beach will play Highland In I of the them.Cell Cubs David Bow. Schrantz, HlLglnbolham( Skipper, to Tcxai 259, the State Board
the first game at seven o'clock on ers and Al Bennett of the Cancers Talblrd Burbank, McDonald, Key, of Health laid today,
.. July 22 with the winner playing Hornets and Dwight Key of the and Hord have been used as pitch. Oliver H. Boorde, director of the
I Forrest View on Thursday. The KAC RcdlciH ers during the regular season which board Division of Public Health I
winner of, the tournament will' Windle IIIII/Inblham!: topped the gives Manager Fred Townsend a Statistics, said there were 1281deaths ,
travel In Cocoa the Honing week, group In hilling with a ,464 aver. nice group to make a mound selection reported from tetanus across
e Players sdeeUd> by the mnnig age with Eddie Justice second with from for his opening game, :the nation during the five-year per I
lod for a rate per 100000 population :
t"" of 0.1. Florida was lied with '
-- ---- ?,rF ,J'A''a Senior League Georgia for fifth place with a rate /If you use
of 0.4 being preceded by Arkansas, '
a Loulbana, Mississippi and Texas NEW DU PONTLUCITE@
Season Standings Florida has later figures for the

if No Money Down 6y y x, stale 195963, during which
f there were 33 deaths whites
Player Team At Bats Ills AV. among ; i
61 among nonwhites, Male deaths
Beryl Rice Redbirds 42 23 54H 1
: Jerry Franklin Pal 50 22 .440 outnumbered female deaths 3 to 2.
$53.50 per month Mike Conner Stags SI 22 431 I Age groups most affected duringthe

o Doc Burgess: Falcons 50 20 400 1959.63 period were the 4 years ''I HOUSE PAINT
and under and
: Concrete Block and Brick Steve Seville Redbirds 46 18 ,391 the 43 and older.
w b These
9 rs two groups accounted for 74
w' Robert Thornton Stags SI 19 .373Fletcher
Shurley Plr, 44 13 :363 I I per cent of all deaths and 64 percent this year.
\ : 3 BEDROOMS as David Jihnson Fal 50 18 ,360 I I of all cases i iI .

k Aloe Roger Hollers Plr 49 15 333 Boorde said this possibly Indicates
9 i I I it probably will be the last timeyou'll
: I IIMsllll) I nm LIVING warts. Harry Mills Stags 30 10 331 that l t a substantial number of

.. OAK FLOORS Mike McDonald Pal 43 14 326 i i cilldrcn: have not been Immunized 1 repaint this decade.1\,
Hank Bailey Slags 46 15 306 against tetanus and that adults I
I Tests actual houses that new "LUCITE"House
on prove
have not kept up the Im I Imunlzatlon
IMCHVrilML David Id-differ Fol. 35 11 ,314Ricky proper
oil base house
Paint outlasts ordinary paints.
for themselves "In addition
Oliver l Redbirds SI 16 314
\\ IIEATERCUSTOM Lee Godwin Falcons 40 14 :304 I he said, "the higher riling LUCITE' goes on effortlessly-covers wood, brick,
David Walters Stags 50 15 300 i of deaths In these groups are I stucco, cement, masonry. ,
BUILT CAHINhTS consistent with the generally lower
RUNS BATTED IN I resistance of the very young and "LUCITE" House Paint hides surface Imperfections,
.. Built On Your Lot "Tim'OUNH SWINGERS", Htarring nod lauren and Ricky Oliver f Faleunl'' 16 the aged against most diseases" i resists chalking, cracking, dirt and fading. No primer
Molly (tee, will be shown at the Ilan Theatre Friday and Jerry Franklin (Stallsl) 131 I Boorde said there were 33 counties needed for repainting if old paint is in good shape.
Saturday, Robert JuhnNon ISlalla) 13 In the past five years which
Beryl Rice Redblrda'. 12 had at least one tetanus death Dries in one hour to form a weather.tight protective
;' Free Folder Berry Hire (fRedblrd 1 12 Tetanus (lockjaw) Is often fatal shield.
Mike !lfcJunllld f Faleollill 11
Steve Bt'Vllle .Redbirds) 10 New
QUALITY David Johnson (Falcona) 10 ,

.I':'O, Ko\ fiS Oceanway, Jacksonville IK, Florida Lee Doc Godwin Burgess ''Faleona) 10 9 'OGO Walt Kelly Jf:31: Beautiful Colors

) R; ar Mason Bean //Redbirds} 9
.Phone 761.4070 or 7C8-<>6rGREEN "hear
and intermixesLUCITE'
Hank Bailey I Slags I 7 p0.t6O0MF 4 Ije -

_. __ Robert Thornton (Stags) 7
-- --- -- ---- -- aeq,1
tW $8.95
:. PITCIIING W L Housm 1'ao
//Redbirds) S 0
Terry Rowe
Mike Sapp (Slags I :2 I 0 I +bsdaxrt GAL
David Johnson I Falcons} I 0 __-. = ,
Kenny King (Stalls I I 0 w.asw
E i Berry Rico I Redbll'da) 1 0 t
ij.0t Winton Harrla lRedbirds) 9 I I

j.t .. UPraiow MAKE A WILL I bank. Readers who want this book. Lee Godwin (fFelconll 5 1 NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO.
Dear Helen: Your columns are I let should write to me at National Steve Solomon f Slegs I 3 1
always so Interesting lease, this 1 Senior Center Lehigh Acres, Fla Beryl Rice lRedblrdal :2 I 1
question. My husband and I arc In 33936. And PLEASE enclose stamp. Terry Lehman //Redblrdl) :2 I 1 1-------- South 8th Street Phone .?6M648
hOYI REENO our middle SON, both with heart j I ed, self.addressed envelope! SECOND HALF STANDINGS .

conditions Our lawyer says we w' I
saesLAWNSPLANTS don't t need a will because the pro TRAINED ELDERLY Redbirds 8 0
i perty Is husband OR wife Do you Dear Helen: I'm told that older FalconI 8 2
think a wl1I.\ Is necessary We want people are being trained for new 1 Slegs 3 5 Chevrolet dealers sell more
our property to go to our 3 children types of Jobs I guess the govern Plratea 3 5
without the courts taking It all. ment Is doing this? If so Cardinals! 0 8I.
Thank you so much I COLLINSI\ I.
UTAH Dear Collins: In South Bend, FINAL FIRST HALF STANDINGS cars than anybody
Dear Huh: I am no altnrmv but i Ind where Studebaker and Bendlx I Ih.ld I. Redbirds 7 :2 I
oJ$1 Covers I do not hesitate In, reply M Inlv off over 80(10( workers The Na. Stage 6 3 <
that a will IK u necessity! It (Is the llonul (ouncll on Aging with government falcons 5 4 'p"Because sell
59 1000 Pirates 0 9 they great cars
way (lo make sure Ihut all assets goo help opened Project Ableto

Square Feet ( your chosen heirs at least re.lain older workers lo re.enter HOMf; : RUN LEADERS
... cost, hast lax louses. (lust (trouble the labor force All the communllys Jerry Franklin I iralcons) 3
My consultants/ tell me (hut agencies pitched In Strong Beryl Rice (Rcdblrds) 1
.. Jointly-owned lrrllo may merely I I supportive services develop new i I David Johnton (Falcons) 1 ..
: be an :;:: what they I skills, guidance The Idea took root 'I Lee Godwin (Falcons) 1
w disasters', This lately In Milwaukee, too, I
call common may Ricky Oliver I Redbirds) 1 A ::74 \
be the demise of both; or the In. ,i iI ,
Robert Johnson (Stags) 1 .... -
Incapacity or Ineompetency of III I|I MY FEET IILRT: John Weisner (Pirates 1 I -- --- .-..-,

s number to make a proper will Od. Drur Helen: A friend advisee! me I, Barry Rice (Rcdblrds) 1

j, *tr" :. :.AIP dly. this month brought many letters to set; a chiropodist; for my loottrouble |I 5, ro .r .
about wills I have 1 would prefer a podiatrist
: 218 Atlantic Avenue Inquiring What Is the real difference betweenthe I have an Itch to expand my horizons I -

therefore obtained a supply of some two' ? At the end of the day II Take Florida. Whats the 11>.,;;,.:: _.'
booklets on wills, from a nearby chances of getting something reasonable
walk, from In
can liurdly pain my
Ch""II Impala Sport Coupe
live Ins
: feet I need help, but I want to get but pleasant to
I the best, NETTIE, EVANS,
Dear Nettle: A neighbor of mine : Dear Evans The chances are
1 In the president of the Sidle Podia. well. I checked &today Available I

; ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES! | try Association A podiatrist& Is a 1, are some apartments at $53 month :E
BAKE denier who diagonals and treats ly fur studio-type, and 163 month .
dlsfii..H. Injuries and fortuities of ly for one.bedroom apartment t'n- I _

: RICAUY the fftl A Chiropodist Is the same 1 1I furnished, but Includes new stove ....Yis".asano'%::'.cwaar'ocac: ? ; c. .<:hy'adra.: ,''w >>.,; .,_ ,r... <'v*az" J"ff
: DON'T MISS THIS thing Some stales call them Chlr. and refrigerator These are In a
cpodihts They frequently maintain I Ooldea Age Village near the shop
i I clone touch with a patient physlil.m ping center The community pro.
I Nearly 11X10 hospitals, nursing video free bus lines Like I the Idea 7,1
M SPECIALBARGAIN \ hitmen and bonus fir aged/ provide Write to me for full Information I t Chcvellc Malibu Sport Coupe
i, foi I.i'an', now I'odlatry Is at National Senior Center, Lchlgh
Important In rehabilitation centers, Acres Ha 33938, I may be able 1
as wrll The tint thing I do In 1 to get you a free brochure with :

writing; this column Is to kick my floor plans too I
aloes off! I I :..-..

CALLING, AI.L VETS Helen: Please bend your

I Dear lleli'n: I I'm a vet uf two' booklets on low.cost drugs, honest 1
world wars I mover needed( help'' vitamins, and wills Also send
until niw Heidi. Its money 1 'How to be An Active Citizen"
need. A Jib I'm not sure where to Thank you We never miss your
turn. Call you suggest aoml.thlll1l11, column It certainly helps us
RUSSELL.liraI' .
VET. I Chevy Li Nova Sport Coupe
Drurell: do It your (oral V S, Russell: The low-cost drugs
F.1II1IIIYIIII'n&| Service, Never a fee pamphlet with actual costs listed
Their nffleis hone veterans' speilulMs Is Kent by me free It's on Its way
FRIGIDAIRE Space-Saving ,. There. Hrrviim I include lou can compare the prices youi.srlf '.
1 iiunsilliiK: II refusals. Jiih pUce1nient. I The same lor honest vitamins

ami'yslH' uf your |i itentlulsdi But I have no booklet .n wills To
'vi It'pment "r f truining prn. answer these questions I ask an

: TWIN I 30 grams etc You'II find them aym. attorney, for you So ask me some "" ,, ,)oV '....
s t patlullc and very lulplul Slay In I qni'sllons'! How' I. be An Active \
touch, buddy Citizen" Is available by writing to

: at I GROUP, RETIREMENT:! i I Gainesville the; University, Fla of It Florida costs II.SO Press and !III! !!!' -- 0))..". .

Dear Helen: Our "uml'n'l association Is worth a million I hop you get Con'air Monza Club Coupe ..I
Is milking BUD6ETPRICE! -
: tin'mi'nt 'paradise. We are now I I

Raining" fundraising, We set our HEALTH DIARY Chevrolet has brought a whole new kind} Whether ou're gobbling a hill in
night. at $50,031)I:) (( slal't.!
\\ccnlledj. I flour Helen.I : All my neighbors I of excitement to everyday driving this a thrifty Chevy 11 or 'inakinp tracks
In mi aiehitect to design the building "
Kill( your Health Diary, Cot one 'ear-with 5 of
different lines and
cars sandy b..ach with'
on a
Arc we on the right: track? See rcar-cngmcd
: : 2 ovens in compact< :Id"( width-1 above, 1 below Upper oven his sketch enclosed SUSAN:> lOe left, for Thanks me?! I enclose the required SAM 45; different models. Corvair, jou'll feel it,

: filigree {class dour. Uuilt-on, vented exhaust hood dears tawny smoke, Dour Susan: You're on the wrong I Dear Sam I have some left And whether >'ou're cushioned in the So why not stop in at j our Chevrolet
track In view of the fact that your bucket seat of a luxurious Chevrolet dealei's soon and what
need Yours Is la the mall we mean.
cocking odors! (Optional extra cost "triple filtering"! kit eliminates! .
I !group It nnn profit. you may be I Impala Super Sport or behind And don't be
stll'prised if
f -' for duet work) Cook-Master! automatic control: for lower oven. ahle to obtain a government loan the wheel you
of the Chev elle
from the FICA for your retirement NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM} roomy j see jour neighbor there Woiell
.; lull-width drawer hinting> You do not say how many Write to Helen Alpert, National >oullfeelit T people do,

;I {, people Hill occupy that building Senior Center, Lchlgh Acres, Fill

Have you polled your i members to 1 3.M16. Please send a stamped, self- '1 BECRUSE! !!!! PEOPLE RUP CNEYROIEiS tJ !! IItM.llUILt( j BETTER
r ; LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE EASY TERMS find out? One women's association addressed envelope. Or write to''I .. !. BUY. .
sailed a'ong' with time\ .taking plans, this newspaper Ask for the free lIall
then discovered thnl only ( members of booklets sent with the

Florida Public Utilities Co. GOLDEN were Interested'AGE: !VILLAGE i' meats of Ihta column. comPII'-1 WOODWARD MOTOR CO.

: :, Dear Helen[ : Im a widower, live Trade At South 8th
f J|I with my son i family, pay my way' Phone 26M616Ii : :


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