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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 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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:\'ULtl\IE: \ 1 106 NUMBER\ 4( FEKNAND1NA BEACH FLORIDA :. Tllrn DAY, JULY !.6, 1961 I 12 I'AGiS; THIS !1'U: -: = lOc IF:It COpy
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I Forestry Group Hold Annual Meeting Here City Elect ion Tuesday I



Rayonler Incorporated and Con
lamer Corporation of America

hosts this week to the
were co
er ; Votl't'll1111 no U> Die polls here Bull: laces are will contested Incumbinl Commlsslomr In A lol,il of 2.!I10 are registeredto
1964 annual meeting of the Advisory
Council of the University of Tuesday li rust their ballots fort II I and a large number tit voters are Group Hve l II John Tlllakm, IkIs tale In the c'lee'lion. Of this
I I expected to turn out for the clot 1 oppostd bIT ,Jilf How cn. number IJM have participated in
Florida Cooperative forest Genetics ICily Commissioners In Group hour'
lion which will bi hilt In the Clly I I In this I Issue it Hit NiwsLeadtr tin city s fI'.rl' lstrlltiun premium
Research Program and Group FIbO. I
Commission chumntrs, at ('It) nil lour cand lilts hove/ nicHsu n with wit rikihtitlng for the llrst
Beginning at 1 1:30: p.m. on Turn
: The mil like)
volmi. rtlatKelylittle Hull, Edition otlielaU are carried for the voters time
day at Seaside Inn the
program : time a\< (there an only t contestants In a Iciinl notice In I this l Issue. Dtadllne for uppliiailoii fir absenifc Those reglhlerid since 1952 are
began with a review of the year'sprogress
In cult me and the remits liiiumliiut liimmsslomr in bullets<. I is 5 p.m todnv und eligible to'ote In Ihh election but
and plans for 1 1164.65! by
\\ 11bl'\ known seem) alter Hit Group roin' Is Bin Sorcnten. HiIn ilendlini/ lor rtiilvlnu the ubsin unless Hiiy have rcfclslerid
John Cray, director of the l/niv.
rally of Florida School of For. polls clone. \cimit begins at 7 a. opposed. by Don Ucuno Hu lei built Is li j I pmluinla\, July thin will he Hit lust regular flu"

m and cItIes at 7 p m Doris. JU Ilin in/ which they can participate!,
ellrl'ho presided over the
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meeting I

Throughout the afternoon members I WFGA.TV To Show
of the Council spike on vir Board of Public Ins truction Announces I Sorensen Seeking
I Ia Film On Fort
lone phases of the cooperative research

that program has and been of made the progress and I I 1 New Principals ForM Coming School Year II i I Clinch State Park Reelection As City


what Is foreseen for the future WrGATV ciimtrj crews have
if <<,tlnll vcMerdav mornlnit In the principals post at.tn\ Me- : Commissioner
the '. Ixiii ul roil (Until Slite Pork
In the
evening enjo
group > I Bused \ School I In Foil Pliuc
regular mI'Dlhly session, the \ Carty High
ed a dinner at Seaside Inn i )'rlo""l1y" fir the! pool f"w works
4q of Public Instiiiitlnn ininoiiiKtil a Jamts M 1)1I'ls'HI' mimedprlnilpul
.l' q On Wednesday morning Cra\ and In tin neiir I nine a Him \Hi n Su-'n'rn nnnouncrd thin
number of sdmol personnel up.polntmenli of tin Cnllaliim High
the of "HI'HIM'mewill lie ollucclkwtrs) week thai he linn for
reviewed expenditures the and rmiuniitlins School Ho/ replaces Itobirt, John- I iiialllled| re.
and submitted the of (humid 12 eltelioii tii his the
J past year pro I 1"1'111 put on
Ken, who had previously been
poscd budget for 19U4\ .63: Named a new puneipnl at rernnnctlna named as pilnilpiil of the Fir. While there will he nit (.h'trailers City ('oll1l11ls Beach lIIh!: School I ir In lilt Him II Is I Ihul !In umioiimliig\ his candleluivSireiisin .
At the close of the sesnloil. Don 'nandlna Beach Junior High School ixpulid I
NAMED!\ AS NEW CHAIRMAN of the Advisory Council of the U, of F, Cooperate Stevenson of the Buckeye Cellulose the vtiminl Mar who Is Albeit hire II Divls was a tiaihir In the Calla. the! grim niiliiial btaiilv of the Issued the! following of.
Forest Genetics; Research Program ljn Stevenson Humph Ruinpli comes Piiik and of rut ('lil1l'1l111 biNhoun filial Klalinuiiti ,.
wan third from left, at the an- Corp Foley Horlcla wee from Lake Built, Is an experlnie.' han Kchnuh last yens. ,
nu.il; meeting; here this reek Left to right t, George/ Anderson, retiring chairman. John named as Chairman to succeed ed e&UCktir, heeled nr..<.l".'.. Johnson replaces rnurson: .tltir to btst inhumane/ ,

Gray; director of the U. of ."\ School of Forestry; !Stevenson; and Stuart H. Davis, retiring Chairman George Anderson served SIIIII'rhll'ndl'ut| of Pub. who resigned to aiupt a pout In Gil Brt'ket', ,pork Kiipiilntemlintsavs I
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Land Management Manager of Hajonier's Southeast Timber Division. of Brunswick Pulp and Paper lie UeWkctlon In Columbia Coun. Lake Worth 81'1\1l1lls. Hut: Hit bhrrtll'I' Water Pa.
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Co., Brunswick, Georgia The resignation of John Wilson Idol, Nasnau hrtill/tr and Oil Co
ty for t terms and as pinmpi.' ..i
host of \iilee High Sihml, ', and tin 'llIl'lcia i Public Utilities
Representing the compnn. an principal
St. Augustine, Orange!: Park and I
County Commissioners To View Site lee were Ernest P. Davis. Stuart Callahan.He was accepted Wilson has Men Co, lent Invaluable aid in the filming .

I Jd4idrn'1r' | Davis and William F Miller of replaces Raymond Cough named as assistant elementary )
In t the Fort Pierce I ---
Rayonler Incorporated and How. I principal
who recently resigned 10 accept
At Hilliard For New County- Building of ard Container Hanna and Corporation Lee Draper, Jr --- -- been!schools named.. Ills successor has not Inquest Is HeldIn

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The Board of County Commlssloneri approval on the recently completed ) Other In attendance at the annual ]I I KtWvnions Hear ,I At Hilliard Melvin\ \ Rivell will A;y n tvI

will meet Monday In HilI I county building in Yulcc which meeting were Charles H.I replace the retiring Robert E Ep- I Death of Child

: I Hard to view a proposed site for will house a health clinic aol. Driver International Paper Co? ting as principal) Rcvcll was previously .

a county building In that area 11 I Ing precinct and may be used for Balnbrldge Ga.1 j Donald E. Cole, Dates To Key a teacher In Hllllard
i I II i
I
| was decided yesterday morning other county purposes, Continental Can Co, Savannah school, By SmotheringAn

as that body met In monthly seii In relatively quiet session the I II Ge? Clem Kaufman and Ken Club Convention I In other teacher appointment)

On Tuesday the voters of rernandlna i slon. Commissioners handled other routine Strickland of the University of 'Frames Lyle, Mary W, Reynolds, Inline wax held rililav In

Beach will be called onto The Commissioners acc'pted'the business as follows: I Florida: Walt Beers of Buckeye ,'Anderson E, Burih, and Charles the dij111 if Jaiqmlvn Utilise

cast their ballots for the can. keys and put their stamp oC I Approved the purchase of file Cellulose Corp? Foley, Flirlda.l. : I Kluanlani on Monday nlJhtlA.\ U MillNiin were named to the Fer. Williams S.mi nths.old Negro

didate of their choice In the City cabinets for the storage of old Bob Koenlg. ;' Union Bag Camp.. tcned to the two key Club Dele nnndlna Beach HUh School fuul- child by >m Ihi ring. I
Savannah Ga.: Charley J. Rogers to the Key Club Internation.al Ethel W Thoinlon In Fernan. '
General Election Remember the small claims easel, gales ly A ci'rone r t jury found (hit the
two City Commissioners you I Rev. Thomas Hicks Heard County Judge J. E, St Regis Paper Co., Jacksonville Convention tell of their rxper. dlna Beach Junior Hluh Mar. child ('nnu' In her dtiilh bv sutfocnllim -
J. W, Johnson Union BBS-
: I I
lances at the (tonvenllm hil'h Clarkson to rernandlnaBiaih
choose will serve for three gnrct through oitldcnt and nils-
yean idenei) Weathcrford nyIe\ Is
Savannah Ga. W, L,
Camp
Assumes PastorateAt ; held In Dallas In July Sihmil and
bcfoie you can again state your satisfied! with present Juvenile was Elementary lorluneMepibtri, I I
Whirton Jr, Scott Paper Co. of Pixie A. Mutlcrn! and Thomm I 1). "To the ptcpie of Fern..dllla
In
preference Study the candidates Reed Lelell'nl'al charge
Counselor but I'oronl'r'
Five Points Baptist I I program that there Mobile Ala and Ray Goddurd til the Jury i
and choose wisely Of course IC may be a need for additional helpIn University of Florida. pioaram aid Introduced Mike I'l- Money to Hllllard Hluh School were James A. Craven. furt'ntan Beach:

you're Just not Interested In civic r the future kula and John Davis who were Lepers of resignation were ac. \Burnell llollinii, J, D Gordon 11 sincerely appeal to you for

affairs or do not care who lion Approved a travel allowance for the official delegates of the Fir.nnndina '' eeplcd Irom Frances Young, Innihriirm Pinter Barnard, A. W Dopsun your vote and support on Tuca.

your governing body then the obvious I two members of the Nassau County Nassau Youths Beach Key Club; Both of' I supervisor I ;; Alone J. Rev and W C Jones 1 I day July 21. In the City General
Is home the boys Interesting reiorlsol I r Election
thing to do stay and gave J ens, recently appointed' sicntaryat
Hyacinth Control to attend a County Jadge J. E.Gcncl(
later complain about city official conference In Tallahmee. the sessions which they attended Vilre HlKh !School and Ethel 'I ant 54 yearn old and have

and polk Its. when, something\! floes, I .fr tA' ,I. Present at the meetng were,. Attend ForestryTraining and recounted' Interesting sideIIkins H McKinney 1 Bryant Academy! I I.Weallieiford'sirvPd In his olllilalcaput'lly I lived nt fernandlna Beach since

come up that affects you adveree. r I James A. Stevens and John F. of hrlr trip whleh made It I I Alan B. Johnson.' teacher at Yule louiily'coroner andAmlslant turn, htevlnrf net* Ircm GOVHIK

ly But If you're convinced that & rf Armstrong, Sr recently nominaled I a most Interesting adventure for' Hlkli School: vis named ant I' Rule! Attorney ThsNi J town fuuth Carolma, I attended

)'ou're Just as much a part of this a. County ?Commissioners Ste. Camp 1 i them and gave considerable ,''re I' Assistant Coach. /Shave. Ji., conducted the questioning school 'here at bt Joseph Academy .

city as the next man or woman vens will\ replace retiring H. S. cognition to the local Club Anne M Heues and lenda G. wllicsiis. and the public schools and

then hustle down to City Hall on :.a MeKendree and Armstrong will HIGH SPRINGS, July 13. Two ,i The Convention headquarters I I Cook were transferred from tulee I I The death was Investigated by after graduation In 1930 attendedthe

Tuesday and exercise your prerogative replace retiring Jim Thomas In I Nassau County vocational agrleulture ) was the Slatler.Hilton Hotel, and f HlKh School to Fernandlna Beach' City Police/ Sgt Vernon Guest and I Uirimilty' of Florida

Remember If you have I rfl January McKendree and Thomasdid students are attending Forestry during the sessions the organise. High School for the l 64.6S school Sheriffs/ Deputy, John Bodlne "I am married to the former

registered to vote since 1952 you not seek reelection to their I Training Camp at 0'Leno, Mon elected Brad F, Anderson term Eloyse Moore and we are the par.

are eligible to vote In this elec. posts, Slate Park during the week July Key Clubber from Billings. Mon. In other business: Qood Housekeeping I end of two daughters, Billie Kathryn .

ion. The current registration I 13.17. Una, as their 1963 President Gas Company was named Local Swimming I 33, and Laura .Ellen. who will l

program will however, govern alltegular t Memorial MethodistIs Selected by their local FFA i Among Florida Key Clubbers I as successful bidder to furnish Teams In Second I be 16 on Aug 8. We have fiverandson.
elections In the future Chapters. they are Steven Hurst '' receiving recognition were Hal bottled gas for the coming year ..

and :you are urged' ,, to cooperate. in RaisingFunds Rt. 2. and James Johns of Milliard Parkinson I of r Barlow, Florida, who and Standard Oil Co was given a Meet FridayThe "I have been employed by fey.onu'r .
\ I
this effort \ i was elected: as an InlernallmtalTrustee contrail to furnish fuel oil, gene
I For New ParsonageThe A total of 120 Florida Future !line and motor oil fur the nextyear rcrnunriina IK\ 'nth JuniorOlymll / Ineiiipirultd, for 23: In the, pipingdrparlment ':
yearsI
Congratulations to all concernedfor farmers of America are attending (' Swimming Teams will'
Both of (lie speakers expressedlue
In Memorial) Methodist Church Is I I Successful bidders for furnish compete against tin! St Mary"s am deeply Interested and
the fine season enjoyed the 30th annual camp, which the Klwanlans ,
to
Little League play and best wishesto I' Rev, Thomas Hicks has recently currently In a fund-raising pro divided Into two one.week .... for their appreciation contribution to the contention Ing a number of chairs and chair Swimming Tcnmn. fir Us second have lung liven active In our youth

the 'Junior and senior AllStarsas assumed his duties as pastor of gram for a new parsonage, has done. The FFA Forestry Training which enabled'' disks were American Sealing Co timptllilvu swim meet on Friday development program for both
Points Church, slated an ) house fur Sunday expense, boys anil girls, white and eoluied
the Five Baptist open) July 17.The .
they compete In the district tour. Camp the oldest and largest of'' the to represent the local Key and Universal Stating Co
deal of Rev Hicks Is a graduate (if afternoon at ID South 18th Street. boys eierl.I I meet! Is tit bo held ul the "I I have represented all the
sty next week A great Its kind In the nation Is spem' Club and Pernandlna Beach A \li'an Blankenxhlp recently peo-
credit is due the many adults who Florida Southern College In Lake. between 3 and S p.m. for the purpose mired Jointly by the Florldi For.Pot total of 113 Key Clubbers attended ed Sipi'rink'mil'nl of Public Instructlon .II'crnnlldlnaI"ll'lI\ Itttnullon Liner pit (if our illy to the best if my

contribute to this fine phase of I I land Fla., and received his B D of securing pledges !Sen Ice wood products Indus- From the Florida District. while who will lake of I lie in Pool and will be Kin ut 12ip1: ) I uhlllly lor the pant V years and

tho local youth program for their Degree In May of this year from Rev Nelson Moyer pastor, says. tries and the Florida Future Farmis there were a total 'of 2300 In ol January was present at the mi'it. loon would like to unllniie this reprc.

unselfish and untiring efforts New Orleans Theological Seminary. that once a new parsonage Is secured Association iendnnce at the convention from log. The public Is cordially inched .IK'nl at um for the next three years,
the old will be
Such programs are a credit to parsonage During the week the youths will all HUlrlrlB. 10 all end W'luIht elected or not I will tnn.
any community and a tremendous He Is I married to the former replaced with an educational build. receive field and class Instruction Charles M. Cooper time In work for the betterment.
cltblens Mildred Orlggers of Lakeland. Ing John Kelly former Fernandlnn of this community but being In
contribution to blotter future In forest practices to help prepare
They have a daughter. Sandra, a I them for the task of managIng I, Beach resident was a visiting KI. Now Affiliated With Award Given Yulce I public office pliers one In a bitter

son. Michael and two granddaughters DeMolas MeetingSet their own farm woodlands wanlan from Athens, Tennessee. Lions In Fund pisltlon for such aillvlty
and Ed Fortlo was a visiting KI. Brundage Motors
Now that the Republican con. "These boys are eager to learn" "I I want It to bo known now (hut
For July 20 wanlan from the Atlanta Georgia Drive
vention with all Its fanfare demo Rev Hicks has served as pastor said E, R. Howard camp director Downtown, Club ('harh'lIf.! Cot pi'r. of Fernun Raising f will do In the future as I have
the of the Cibsonia Baptist Church At Masonic and chief of the Information II' In the and that Is to have
onstratlons et al, has gone hv I Temple Bill Webb Presided at the meetIng dlna Biaih and Jacksonville. has The Yulie Lion'sClub 'held UN PaNt
boarda It will be a relief to returnto I In Lakeland. and The Mount Pis. Education Branch of the Florida The Program for July 27th laIn been named by Brundage Motors regular meeting Monday night At givernment by the people and for

our favorite TV programs, un. gah Baptist Church In Forte Meade The recently organized local ), Forest Service "and we try to acquaint the hands of Herb White and he I I ai their. representative:: in Nassau the Barn Itestsurant the people"
routed again by the FlaDeep. I II DeMolay chapter has slated al I I them with a* much basic fleet "On all major Issues that Involve
nil they are I I'states that the Club will have as County and as reprniulatlve
Guest fur the De.
Democratic conclave meeting for Monday July 20 at and practical 1 forestry as possible"Professional Duval evening was your money I will seek your ap.proval .
upcoming I Its guest the Klwanls Little League In County
730; p.m. In the Masonic Temple foresters from the that In the near puty District Governor, Cap Smith and will be governed by
fr: Sea Charter Senators. as well as the managerand Cooper says
I think surfing is one of the I Jimmy Bird who Is In charge of Florida Forest Service. the Univ. assistant manager, 1 future Volkswagen will I I be stocked of Cullalum the Democratic( majority rule

most graceful and colorful bporta Boat Is Operating press publicity for the mecliifi, | 'prsily of Florida School of Forestry I at t Volkswagen Corner Four.Icenlh Smith prisenled! the club with tin 'Kegurdless/ of any hearsay to

In the world and am happy to see I I From MarinaThe said today that a film on the De. and private Industry make up I and Bicch At present they award for Ilulr cffirts In Hit fund the tinlraiy 1 have always been

that It Is gaining here In popular. City Molay movement will be shown the Instructional staff for the Florida Parks Have are holding periodic used car soles raining drive fur Florida reumlu- In favor of the piople voting in,

ity. However an unfortunate incl. deep sea charter fishing and that light refreshments will camp Camp counsellors Include I I Record Year Reports I I at that location lion for the Blind. any major Issue concerning the

dent this week indicates that cer. boat "Flying FUh' la now operatIng be served vocational agriculture\ teachers The club will meet next Miniluy city and expect tu continue this.

lain areas should bo designated out of the city marine, He added that all boys between Courses In tropical forestry. gum State DirectorThe night at the homo of 1,Ion James poliiyMUmember.

for the spin t. A nix.year.old child Ole Markusscn captain the agik of 16 and 23 arc eligible 'Farming!:, forest fire prevention and Judge Weotherford Claxton fir a fish fry and their riu- If yoi do unto nth.i .
says
was playing In the surf while a that the 38 foot Iluckins craft will I fur consideration as a member ,control farm forestry rcfnresta. Florida Park Service nan At State ConventionIn ular meeting i Continued on Page Two!
enthusiast was headed Into and are Invited to the meeting (Continued on page three) Just completed l a banner year of
surfing carry a party of 6 or less for deep I attendance and Iniomi. according Fort Lauderdale
control of Ms
shore When he lost sound
lea, jelly or fishing
Into to N. E Miller Jr? State Park
surfboard It was propelled head InJury MarKussen, who formerly oper. Junior Swim Team : Director (:,","Iy Judge J. F.. !(Jenrl>
the child resulting In a Olympic Competes t
required 16 stitchesLett ated a marina on the St. John A record number of 4.32!.211 per. Wialhirford left yesterday for .
that
River has other charter boats Pirki Lauderdale to attind the
visited State
sons Florida Furl
that promote It U this done sport away but from let'lice that will be pressed Into serviceIf In Meet At Jesup Ga. On Wednesday I and historic Memorials during the slate convention of the rloncliAsHoilullon : I
,
they are desired year ending June 30th. This was of County Juilu andJuvenile

iwlmmcrs. The Junior Olympic Swimming na Morrison.3rd. :25 yd. Free Style. an Increase of more than 5'JOOM) I I Judge. I

Having a birthday? Good timeto Youth Of First Team of Fernandlna Beach trav. 10 and under: John Stouffer.4th., I, over the previous year.Park The convention btlnif held ul tho t
Ifor the twelve. Gait Ocean Mile Motel will lust
look at your driver license. If eled to Jesup. Ga. yesterday for Mark Davis Andy Sweat!. Shirley reve
To Present
you were born In en even year it's Baptist Its first competitive swim meet Thornton.3rd., and Sonny Surlano. I month period was also a record. I: through Saturday I
time for renewal Don't wind up I Three Act Drama The local team Is In Us second 50 yd. Free Style 12 and under. : The 1521491:; collected In stale parks' Wiai In r lord Is chairman of Hit I
.
redfaccd and minus an extra bucklike year (summer season of organ- Paul Sehrantz.2nd., Pete Peters. during the fiscal year was an Increase ommltlre on fees ccimpi'niullon I'f.

yours truly plus the thoughtof The youth of the First Baptist Izatlon. They are sponsored by the 3rd. David Brownlee, Pamela Kit. of $77.880 over the previous I and office administration

the consequences If I had been I Church ,,11present\ a Drama entitled City Recreation Department, Sandy trell Deborah Surlano-4th, and ) period. I

Jnvolvco In an accident I deserved "The Stumbling Block" DeSandro, Director, and In. I. Sally White.3rd. 30 yd. Free Style Overnight camping attendance Fernandino Beach

the red face and the loss Sunday, July 19, at 8.00 p.m. i structcd by Alan Kirk 14 and under: Carroll Gill Pat was another area In which record f.

of the buck more than most since 1 The Drama under the direction I I Much enthusiasm was shown by I Lcary, Frank Sauls.3rd., Roxanna I were set More than 623000, per. Weather

Judge J. E, Gene) Weatherford of Miss Janice Sentell. takes plice !I the youngsters as they enteredthe I Chllds.4lh, Darlene Surlano and I sons camped In Florida state parks> 17. Approved Weather !Xijtlnn f.f
has a reminder on this In the I INI during the time of Paul the Ape..lIle I Individual and relay races, I Paul Vrancken. 100 yd, Free Style during the year: an Increase of 5.,um 7lh At Lime turn!

:\\ Leader regularly. and will be complete with seen. and ahhouijh the losers, were elat. 16 and Under: Mike Lear, 26 f, Max Mn lUIn f
and costumes I, At the end of the fiscal year Thursday July 9 14 72 0 I ;
I cry ed with the results as 41 placed 23: yd Breast Stroke I and un. .
Its a ,mall world so the old A cast of eleven will present the I In Individual events: 16 in relays der: Philip Jones.2nd, Henry Rod. I Fort Clinch reports a total of 171. Friday, July 10 95 73 0
632 visitors compared to 164J"I I In Sal. July II 01 73 Ml JIM I LEE Men It'e manager/( for I.amterre :Motor Co, retfUed -
cliche goes and rightly so for two I IFemandtnlanl. three act drama. They are as to), ] The Jesup teams are undefeatedthis effer 4th, and Susan Rudeffer. ,
I' attendance last year, and $33351.IS : Sun, July 12 HO 71M'/ the Golden Circle Award from Ford Motor Co,
Mr. and Mrs Harry 1 lows: Dennis Meilstrup. Brenda I year. and placed fourth In 3rd. 23 yd. Breast Stroke 10 and
D. Johnson had a note from I Beard Kathy Rvlant. Billy Gass. state competition last year. under: John Stouffer.2nd., and j .\ compared to $2910301 In reeelpls I Mon? Julv 11 89 72 .21 thin week for outstanding performance In his capacityduring / ,

their daughter Kay who Is tourIng Perkins Johnson, Lucile DuBois AI ,, Listed below are those participating '' Carson White.4th. SO yd BreastStroke Tun. July 14 01 70 T the pant year Making the award lit Jim Pace, "

Europe this Summer and she Jones Ray Rowe. Paul Obshariky, I and placements: 23 Yd. 12 and under: Mike Jones4th Wed.. July 1) 87 75 T field manager for Ford Motor Co. Besides the citation :'

avs thit in Copenhagen! she Larry Vaughn and Roger Hollers Free St\le, 8 and under: Philip ., David Brawnier.2nd., Pete I I The rinr weather'*. Viihllr Is fumlih I'tlluCouth ou....' Lee received a handsome bronze pin for .hi* exemplary :',
bumped Into Frank Jackson in a The public it cordially Invited to c |i i,1"Ad Jones Chip Wilson David Crump.ler I I Peterl.ll11.. Pam Kittrell-4eh? Ann Trade At Home 1th at Lime ;et. j' -.:.
j and Don. Continued on Twol) OUisrv performance f" .,,... ,?. ,
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bastion bed Is there anyway, sent do.',
111 ASH STREET PHONES MM 36S7 Weather ReportSteve E i Ed tor'a Not: The following )) the most important yet lea-I new fort wa the I northern powerful Florida. i by an heir The museum also has

article wa furnished the News. known of Florida fortifttillon protecting on exhibit I collection of Amer
thua securIng
A John K. Perry Newspaper Rick. Observer, I Leader by Mr. Vance F, Mitchell ItI\ 1 located In Fernandina Intre southern Georgia routes area to &&. A*. can military rifles
Heather Station at 2665 MarGrrgor'' ci Lafayette, Ca'lf!! Mrs. Mitchell, northeast comer of the state the supply nature buff
a lock
Rae Caldwell amt MeurerARC W south I If you re lorI
Editor .Florida gustlne and areas
far from tho Georgia
Blvd,,' tho former France Hardee nf this art ( trail on the
held till fort the special winding
AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION: Mix Mln. RoleThuraduy I city, I I. currently visiting her sis. lineWhats The Confederates the Civil I i park road It takes you throng
July II 10 74 0 Ice Airs. T. II Asklni, here She so special about Fer. for a short time during unusJal hummock
by populated<<
Published every Thursday and entered .t the Post Office 'tlduy, July 10 U4 15 0 S clipped the irlrle: from an issue nandlnaT Well, the Htmmct leader War bclore It was captured an wide variety of birds sod
mounted by I
Fernandina Beach Florida second class mall matter. of the San Francisco Spindly Jean Rlbault landed tlicrt In loC2 1: Union forces Guns were .
at Saturday, July 11 90 73 ,39 during the life and native plant
Sunday July 12 89 73 0 BY WALTER J. PRESTON, JH. Chronicle, Wl feel that the wide thee years before the'! foundingof on the fort again
Subscription Rates: I j 'PI fad publicity this city lire, St. Augustine, the oldest city Spanish-Amerlcan War, During t On the other hand If you pre
Monday, July IS 91 72 ,81Tuesday DIRECTORFrom
". t4 a year $2.25 fl months $1.211 S Month j July 14 to 71 T colvlns Is worthy of passing along [ In the United States 'World War II the bastions watcher served. fer camping but,bring there your a site tent,In the
for plane
Wednesday, July 15 90 80 0 I SCIENCE I NEWS LETTER, to our reader and we ors grate.i' The Spanish, English and later a* lookout point park -
14,50 a year out of county June 20, 1964; fill I to Mr*. Mitchell 1 for furnishingthe I the AmericanA fought over Fer. I Fernandina Is I storehouse of
I Effective, Civil, Debug Is urged clipping) nandlna One group even tried to Take I walk on the ramparts, things to do( and sights to see, U
FOR THE as "a necelSary'precurlOr of disarmament "set 1 up a capital of Florida there guaranteed to be a great appetite you're the type who' like to van
f' ." by Prof. Eugene P. A TOWN OF Reccgnulng I the strategic impt stimulant, and you'II catch a pic. der through cemeteries,' you'II ana
'
; Wianer of PrinccUn, one cf lust EIGIIT FLAGSBY Mane of the area the V S. tureNque view of the river and the kick out of the one near Old

HOMEMAKER )'('ar'. Nobel price winners In physics BILL hOrOLD billt, a fort commending the entrance scores of fishermen casting from FcrnandlniI ,

In a report In Technology lie. The winding I road, shaded byl I to the harbor and named I the nearby Jetties I I Just ask any gas station opera.

By Mr, Mary N Harrison view cf the Massachusetts Insll( ,ut/ live oak draped with Spanish I It Fort Clinch In honor of General TASTY tor where It Is, or If you don't

of Tecbooiigy, mesa and rwurrectlon fern, fol- Duncan L, Clinch, a hero of the Fishing I II good and chancesare I want to Inquire about the lotaiion
DONT SHAKE OR POKE TilE r| Prof Wigner was scientific director Iowa the fort of old sand dunes I War of 1812 and the Seminole In. that If you bring along a rod of a cemetery, simply ask for

MELONS: You can judge a can. of Prefect Harbor, a study At the end of this road, an an.arhronlim dlan War, and reel you'll have a tasty lunch I I directions to Old Fernandina
r $ taloup by the way it smell and I of civil defense undertaken by the I In this day of super I Ihghways I The General died shortly( before which can be prepared at the I Various flags have flown user
:
I the way It looks But don't rely on National Academy of Sciences I* Fort Clinch, one of the fort's completion In 1850. TheThe nearby picnic ground I Fernandina In the following order:
how It feels how It sounds
or "The present precarious balance A* you stroll along the parade I France, Spain, Great Britain,
Marketing specialist of the Ex. I
of International relations Is caused, Spain, Patriots Green Cross of
fort you'll pass
tension Service that ground Inside the
a say feelingthe to a considerable extent, by the I housing, I Florida, Mexico, Spain, lulled
blossom end of a melon to I I by an Interesting museum
offensive j Stales of
prepoderance of wenptnsover 1 GeneralClinch Slates, Ccnlcderate Am.
find out if it's ready to fit II 1 not I E among other relies, the
defensive ones Prof Wigner erica and, finally l'RiI.11I
General never I
always! a good test If you're the I r s bed The I
said This preponderance gvetlho night l t at the tort t, but the States,
first one to da H, that's all ad spent a -
rll/hl'l: party striking first a great
But what If a few other
ventage""Either
have made the touch test before I
the defensive
strengthening

you The' same thing I Is true about oflcnsive capabilities power might or weakening reduce:! this the The Nassau! County Sheriff's

f l skaklrg a melon to tee If the seeds
In : ," l he said "The mist
ability
are loose anrther sign of ripeness
.e e effective measure In the llrst direction Water Patrol
The seeds may rattle be. '
would be a buildup of civil
cause so many other people already
I defense Disarmament Is to a step
DAIRY COWS grata contentedly aUW the entrance to III nidtrtround have given It I shake In the second direction" Proudly Presents
livestock shelter near Elkhorn, Neb' which was built The most reliable way to get a
by J. Gordon Roberta, president of Roberts Dairy of Omaha, t. I I r"icantaloup la by smell and''I Some Inspection system will! be
protect 200 Guernsey cow and three bull from a sutckar attack sight required If the United States and Carnival"A
tin dairy firm !I. ...1, about II mile from Strategic: Air Tom- Lcxk at the netting. It should be I the Soviet Union agree on IIr.d.lal "Cartoon
mand head"vartera near Omaha. In peacetime, the 133,000 nhelterI coarse, corky and well.defined. disarmament, he observed, but In. >
I sued ii a loafing ht4" far the cows to get: oat Dr the aun. I I spacUoo cannot guarantee l tSe"do. I H!'> \ Childrens' Movie!
I A
Robert' wh' has alas built shelters for his family and employee and the color under the netting I I J ;
should be turning from to structlon of all weapons orj erase j-
says he built the livestock shelter" because 'the Amerkan dairy green l.
cow i It one of the bent in the world It took 300 year to produce yellow, Look at the stem end. knowledge cf how to make weapons FRIDAY JULY 17
this typo of animal. It make sense to fxrserv it If we can." There should be a IIhunken, from men'i minds ,

I smooth, well.calloused scar '\ "After disarmament i -. At TheRecreation
- --- Smell the melon If It smells ]I III slbly complete," Prof. was"Q.len'l adventure movie, "Walk A Tightrope," starring ]Dan

UVELY LIMERICKS j good, It should taste the same I tlnued, "the Soviet Union could still Duryea and Patricia Owens will be shown at the lion Center
F. Wirkus Jr.
E.
II threaten us with a few weap_'us, Theatre Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18.
insider:! poor Governor Scranton, I Is Promoted To FREEZE.DRIED FOODS: Ever which would be superior to n* weapons Fernandina Beach, Fla.
A reincarnation of Danton, served freeze.dried foods? I I at all. With our population --

Ha- gave Nixon! the dodge, Marine Captain Freeze.dried chicken! noodle soup, protected, we could resist such I city commissioner In Group Four Show Begins At 7:30: P. M.

Played foamy with Lodge, beef noodle soup and shrimp creole I threats for I few m'nths, and gain I Sorensen SeekingContinued next Tuesday, July 21.
Goj licked, but continues to rant KAVEOHE BAY, HAWAII FH. are rated excellent the time required" to assemble our I 'lour consideration will be FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION CALL
on. TNC) Marine Captain FaustlnF And if your family 11 looking I own weapons again. Without civil I greatly appreciated
Wirkus, Jr, son of Mrs Yula for foods tt take along on a camp. defense, we would be at the mercy ( from Page One) Sincerely, TICKET HEADQUARTERS, :3rd & ATLANTICPHONE
Hooray for Barry, W. Wirku of South Fletcher Ave. Ing trip there I variety of of the aggressor" era as you would have them do Ben Sorensen" 26M868:\
He like nue, wa promoted to his present unto you this would be a better
cusses Harry, freeze dried product especially Those who have seriously studied
And ride like a fearless cow. rank June I while serving as a hell. tailored for the camper, They are I civil defense, Prof. Wigner report. world This I have always triedto .
hand, copter pilot with Marine Medium lighter" than canned foods anddont ed, agree that preparations could I be guided by and will do my Just Ramblm'Continued I -'- -
Helicopter Squadron 161 at the best to out your wishes If
He Just might beat Lyndon. need any refrigeration. ; drastically reduce the civilian easualties carry
Marine Corps Air Station, Kaneohe see fit to reelect me as your
A you
great deal depend on I
But highly
I In a nuclear war ( trom Page One)
Convincing the folks that he Bay.The, Hawaii squadron Is I. component ofMarine I DON'T GET STUNOi If you've educated, sophisticated people I book store Frank, the son of 3. SEE THE MANY
got wasps around your house or have not supported civil defense, boys team 2nd. place: CarsonWhite Warren Jackson, rf tliii city Isserving I
Saint Lyndon, at last, has his clln'l I \ Aircraft Group. 13, the air.. I yard you've got trouble he thinks they wish to live "In .1 John Stouffer, Mark Davie; I with the U S. Air Force,
arm of the Hawaii bated First" Marino :
wins. I II Girls team 2nd
Although these Insects kill many I refine atmosphere Into which and Andy Sweatt.t I
A halo now grace his head I Brlgado, I combat reedy, air.I destructive garden Insects a'i brutal activities of the defense of place: Donna Surlano, !Susie Rodeffer # & Used Volkswagens.
The tall (cent from Texas ground fighting team nf the Pacific well as hnuseflles they park a our coantry da not penetrate," Shirley Thorriton,. and Don 'I I was thinking the other daj

Till cracker "perplexes, Fleet Marine Force I terrific stlntf I Their very presenee Prof Wluncr doubts that an anti. na Morr'inon. 12 and undor, boys about school and the changes! since
I'citKipi I shall lust stay, In bed A graduate of the University of eaur home calls for action I ballistic missile system which i team 1st place: Paul .Sihrantt, i I was a kid. Not c\e-ylng! Is bet
North Carolina, Cap! Wirkus en., I Mike Junes and Da.1 ter today. On cold mornings we
I substantial protec- Pile Pelers, ,
Herbert Luke 'lend the service In June 1\111.\ :; would provide I I I TODAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY
I 3rd could At least keep warm by run
Girls team
You can kill wasps by applying I tlcn for our people can be developed i vld Browrlce ,
-- f an Insecticide spray or dust to In the next 20 years. If we I place: Sally White, Pam Kttrcll i iMclllssa ulna to school Nowadays kid: ,

: Try A Classified Ad For Quick' Results their nests: Fntomnloglrts of the I should be attacked despite our deterrent :Norwood; and' Diboiatij, have to stand and shiver waiting
; I' U.S.D.A. suggest chlordane, diet. power, he concludes, civil I I Surlann 14 and under, Boys team for tic; school bus. JULY 16.1118Volkswagen

r --- ctrin or DDT These are available I defense would have Immense U e. 2nd' place!': Pat Leary,' Joe Rodef.I .I II -tr
. v as concentres' and powders for saving value which cannot be replaced for, David Rodclfer and Carroll ;I Most everyone soonn a pool
\ I
mixing with water to form a spray, by any other difense," I Gill Girls team 2nd. place:: Dar. loser but there still lots to be .
| or as dusts and oil solutions ready I tens Siiriinit, Rnxnnna Childs, sold fur playing against one.

i to use UM Insecticides in I wa. I Paula Vranekcn, and Bunny PIN 1* A
YOU CAN VOTE I ter gim to shoot nest that are out Junior Olympic i Htl 10 and under, boys team 2nd ; It seems thit one of the great

I c/ reach' i 1,I I place: Frank Souls Jqn Belcher, problems today Is that the earn CornerAT
I follow the'', Instructions on the (Continued from Page O.io> M Jones and Mike Lcary Ings never come up to the yearn.

IN'THE CITY GENERAL ELECTION: 1 label for mixing and applying Cook and Deborah Blinchard 50;I Every effort Is being made to ,I lags.

Follow them exactly for safety rd. Breast Stroke, 14 nod under: organize an Aquatic Club The

and effectiveness! Spray or dust David Rodeffer-lst Joe Rodelfcr purpose of th's organization beings| The State Board! of Conservation COOPER'S LAUNDRY
TO BE ,HELD at night when the wasps are less I Clint Rich. Rcxanna CliUdi.4tll. booster of the Junior Olympic Tallahassee has. free recipe book. .

!active aid most of them are In Bunny Pulcttl, and Conduce Young Swim Teams Persons In:crest<'d | lets for preparing Florida seafood, BEECH'AND 14th ST.
1 their nests blood. 100 yd Dicast Stroke, 16 should call the Rccrettlon Cenler Including cnulna soup baked eels,
TUESDAY JULY 21 1964 I Wasps that build their nests In and under: John neither, AI for further 1 Information. j and scallop kabcbi.
.. I Ilhe ground ran be killed by pour. Jones-4th Trlcla Staiboro, and __ _0-- __ ______ ___ - ._- --.- -- --- -
.. : tog Severn) spoonfuls of chloroform Karen Norwood? ..
| Into the hole and plugging It, Back Stroke, 8 nnd im. '"
21 yd. :1'
]IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED WITH THE Use chloroform' only out of doors I der: David Crumple-) Chip WI1on4lh 'i, ,
and avoid Inlnliiig the fumes Rudiffir and Bar ; :
Henry : : ..
\:
:
= bara J'hratUl.'III1.. z> )d. BackStrl'ke
CITY SINCE 1952 I Men wlirse work requires frequent 10 anti I \under: Carson :'

travel often have problems I Whlte-3id, Mark Davis. and Donna i" Dependable as sunrise f
IIj I II I ... I' I' :i keeping, their clothes. looking\ I.fit Suiiano 4th. TO' vd Buck .Slroke, : : .. r.
Here are some sugiieatluha for 12 and under! Tall' SChran5g.Ind ,, _., I .
-- ... travcl-wiary wnrdrobes If shirt Townsend,. Benjamin '
I collars come nut of the suitcase Mike Dlekena, SallY White.4ih' Debar' i Standard's farm fuels have been favorites with three generations 'pt .'

wrinkled, dampen the collar and ah SurUno, and Ann Cook..M vd' .. t '?....... of Southern farmers because they're always there with v '
smooth It against the flat Inside Stroke, 14 and under: Pat '!' .
Back I maximum muscle at economical cost. You too will find that
surface of the bathtub, letting It I eary.3rd., Frank Saul, Clint ,. ,
: stick to the tub Overnight the col. Rich-4th, Darlene Suriano-4lh, Standard's gasolines will enable your tractor to take peak
lar will look like It's been pressed Pulettl, Paula \rancken. in *. .
Bunny I ,? 2. loads stride. Top performers, too, in your car or truck. .
Tuck cellulose In ;
a sponge your I, Back Stroke, 18 and under:, Mike t'
suitcase to use as a clothing Lcary.4ih? and Jon Brlt! her I Standard Diesel Fuel-its purity and highignitionquality \

u a: brush It\ removes lint readily and 2S yd. Butterfly, 8 and under,: I mean full combustion, hardworking power. "

It wnslics easily Philip Jones-3rd. Chip Wilson i J .,. 4I :
I Tackle food spots Immediately and David Crumplrr. 25 Jd,,," '1. I ....,
with plain cold water, or shake Swiwt. ,
I terflv, 10 and under Andy 'I
I some salt vn the stain One or the Mark Davis.4th., and Shirk\ \ H. F. STONE JR. AgentFernandina "
, other will do the trick Thornton.2nd. 50yd. Bulierflv.\,12 ,
Coffee stains* To take them out .
and under: Mike!' Jones 3rd.,.:B*
: r "\ of a shirt stretch the slain part Jamln Dickens' Chuck R-gers.4,1 hand ., Beach, Florida
over the lavoralrry. and pour ball. Ml'l1bl NOI'II'I'd.4th.( sO'' >il

Ing water through the stain from I Butterfly, 14 and und ri': Davie l lRndeffcr '.

1 ''I height of several ftet Glugerile II .3rd, and Randy Crave y. We take better care 1" .'.. ,
: will take out a mustard stain. 100 yd. Free ?l>le Ro'av. I 8I ''
I '
JfJ : To remove wrinkles from lies and under, tram 3rd. nl,ice:: ,HenrvRrdefter. of> your equipment /. .
hang them In the bathroom" while Chip Wilsm .' .phllti\ \ :
; Build this patio yourself with you take I net, steaming shower I Jones. and Dave Cmmpler, 10'] bI ) / .

i When the tics are dry they'II yd. Free Style Relay, 10 and under 'A "

have I neat, pressed I appearance. 2nd place: Carson .
: team /
; SAKBETE D. for less than $99eFoe I, Keeping shoes In rood condition White, Mark Davis Andv S"'ft.. .
I need not be a hendache To get I John Stouffer: Girls team Led, I Ck"v ;/ 1
rM of sad let shoes dry and then I ; r.Ett j
: hour of fun and relaxation all summer long there mare. Donna Morrison. SUllnRodl'rr" ,
,
. nothing like a patio You can build your own, easily. and Inc.- i rub them brl klyth\ a dry cloth ,. Donna Surlano, and h .. .' if.S;;; 1e'b '11.. .
a pensivelv-for less than $99-with 8AKRF1F Conrr.t; ant Lighter fluid will take tar stains Shirley Thornton 200 yd FreeStyle I
: Mortar Mixes. You'II have fun making your off shoes A sprinkling of baking Rilov 12 and under team 2nd.. .j &h

. own patio blocks, planter boxes and /flower I soda Inside your shoe will discourage I' nlaee. Chock Rogers David .. f. .
. bed Mining. with premixed SAKRETE. Doa E8 perpira4lua' odors. Brow nice. Pr'e' Peters, riot Sen- .. .. .tftfJ-!
: little at a time start and stop any rants: Girl Team 3rd, place, Sol\ f ..
, times ? for SAKRETF stores Indefinitely ...... Florida oysters grow nearly twice Iv white Dean Sirlano. Mell'ss'Nnrwwwi \' ..... iltotb.i:
a until you add water High strength. ,al" e.m.mm bu aooki:I.pie : as fast as eys'ers from northern I and Pnm Kl'treU. 200 4ra

: m UM, economical, no wast. Gt 8AK- ""''' :::i"i coi Aa tales, reports the Slate Bard of yd Free Stvle! Relay J 14 and under T..Wfr..., '
, RET today espy your ew rna.wnN r roe seer' I COn1l'l'VaUon.iA"'i'. I team 2nd place, Clint Web' ,

r :Start your Iniura tim projects now. mil ens I'I'',.Oho t: ,C'.I'' '" rnrly n'n.')l Pit LPTV. J rtfvld R"dtf .J

. .'App'"Io..I tail of ..em...'. in slut. e .... .KSOW; : ? .... (hilt" ">n f.,<\. nice. B'nv .
o ase tar IMi 10 it patio' project Pulettl Paula Vrnnikmi ""r.

; THE fLORIDA TOURIST | lime!' Sirinnn and H'-x'nnna' CMM'M ,

.. INDUSTRY IS WORTHItSSOOOOOO I yd. Free PIxIe\ Relay, M and
; ,Ir"2Cter a I : WOO 14WWOX.T wdeT: Randy Cravey! Jon Bet
,: TIMES ,t cher, Ai Junes and Mike Leary.

: NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. t THAN '-:\ Team Medley 3rd Relay place., 8 and under,

\twouTllfe'' team 3rd place: henry RodefferPhll .
I &
1129 South 81h Street Phone 261-3648 t\ Joan, Cklp ....11..... and

to David Crumplcr. 10 and under,







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News-Lender Fernandina Bench Florida Thursday, July 16, 19CI! page Three


Great tarry Cason Lakes At Naval* IRayonier Installs Boat Launching Ramps In County I -- :' vile problems to relieve In these pressing two metropolitanareas traffic


Training Center YOUR GOVERNMENT The Interstate portion of the
.. ; Jatksmllle Mprcssvav his beencompleted
By RAY CALDWELL: -tr: BY and I the northern leg of

Last week I took a highly Inter. *; fir r .A WEEKLY REPORT 1 the Miami Expressway: Is open to
eslinK trip to some of the more }. troll
remote and scenic areas of the
We have recently accelerated Iho
county. rural umslimtlcm of Route 93 and
Purpose of the visit was to view 4w now, nave a l-mlle segment under
the new concrete boat launching FARRIS BRYANT cmi'tniclion in Brevard County In'

R ramps recently construe'led by I ... Governor of Florida addition all of Route 95 between
Ravonler Incorporated for the Daytona Reach and Jaeksonvlllc Iscxpettid

fishermen and boaters of this area. EXPANDING: a 64-ftxil median. In some urban to bo under construttleri

Along for the trip were Stuart INTERSTATE: SYSTEM I areas the Interstate facilities will by Dittmbir 14 Work Is nowunder

H. Davis Land Department Mm- Florida Is experiencing the great ,offer six and eight/ lanes way on approximately 40
alter of Rayonler's Southeast Tim. xa est rrad building boom In the history I In addition, to a minimum of milts ol this ''Ml.mile segment
her Division operations: Claude of the state four lanes the Interstate/ facilities This entire Interstate system\ Is
'g sS E. Wingate Nassau County Re. The Stale Hood Department 1 now provide grade! separations to pic- shut lo Florida'continued growth.

presentative: Jim Thomas, chair. has more than IZ'iO'! million In road vent opposing or Intersecting traffic I tint tonfidenl the State Road Ucpailimnl .
t man of the Nassau County Commission and bridge projects under way on 1 from crossing t hI'lat.\ h of, any will meet its obligation/ to

R L. "Pete" Schulllng our statc.n amioined highway net. motorists. These ovei passes pre the nu' It'.ring public by completing\
of Ihe Nassau County Recreation work I one of the most t valuable safety llie.se lour superhighways on schedule .
Commission; John Metcalf War. I am pirtlculai proud of the features built Into the Interstate
den of the Florida Game and j progress I being made on the four system.

Fresh Waler Fish Commission; n 3t Interstate superhighways In nur.I I When the four' Interstate routes Try A Classified'
and E, P. Fachko and Gene Hit- vet e$ I Ida I are compute\ in Florida\ a motorist
Larry Edward Cason, 14! kox of the Nassau County ily. This national system of llmllcdacccss 1 will be able to drive from Miami
Graduate of Feinamlma Death acinth Control. a0er"l, freeways was authorized by to Peixatola without ever encountering .
High School Is undergoing recruit The three boat launching ramps Congress In 19:V;&) and Is scheduled I an Intersecting! hilh.'ay. / .
training at the U. S :Navy Train. we vUiled are located on or adjacent to be completed In 1172! Jo'lorlda'l'' \\ a traffic light or railroad

iiiu Center, Great Lakes Illinoistasun to Rayonier private grades share of this 41.(MM).mile nationwide crossing) MONEYfor
entered the Navy on the' No. 24 and No 26 Access to these network totals I 1,1111 I mile. Route 4 In the most developedInterstate
1 1'itli:; of June 14, under tlic; Navyi grades Is from State Road 200 or .a. a, Since: this::; prwram I was author. superhighway In Florida.

High: School Graduate Training AlA as It Is more commonly shows how he did his fishing; asa lied eight years ago, the State Road This 1S4.mile freeway I between St..
Program and chose the Electron. known. STATE REPRESENTATIVE; CLAUDE GATE; Department has made commend Petersburg on the Gulf Coast and thethings
Id Field prior to enlistment. I I I Visitors to the bout ramps will youngster as this group! \isited the new R t'onler boat launching; ramp at Half able strides Daytona Buiih on the Atlantic

Larry Is the son of Mr and :I turn off this road about 54 miles Moon Landing on :Mill Creek. Left to right in background, Stuart Dai it). \Vingate, Under Ihe ahlo leadership of I 1 Seaboard Is complete except for
I Jim Thomas In foreground lire Gene llickox CI..II'InIlIl John R, two' urban segments In Tampa and
Mrs Roy lllikox of BonncvltwKd West of Valve of 96 miles East of John Metcalf "Pete" Sihuiltng\ and Road Beard

.. Frrnandina Beach, he was I Callahan depending on which way and E. I'. Fachko. (See story for details) Phillips the Road 1 Department his I Orlando
miles, has an additional These two links portions of the
completed 370
enlisted in the Navy by ChiefDamage they are traveling.The want
I 110: miles under coimtruitlon East-West Tampa Expressway: and you
Controlman Jesse Walker first ramp we Usltcd was look across the I
I where you can of on the Oilamlo-Wlnler. Park Express.
and Is aiqulrinu right way
.
the Navy Recruiter for Krnandina at Little Rocky Landing whereBoggy marsh Into Duval County and RAYONIER BOAT LANDINGS I In
mll"S'I are scheduled to I be open
Bench who Is at the Post Creek makes a slow scenic 100 more way I or needWhether
where you are very near Nassau Location Map Thus we have Inilluted work on traffic by IXinnlur l'M' >4.
Oil ice In Fernandina Beach every I turn and where the prospects for Into which all the men.Honed .
River 10 Is the second litnKcslInterstate
of the I IM-mile freeway Route
Thursday: from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. fishing liked so good I could almost creeks flow. 600 miles I
In state -
system In Horlila This progress Route our
envision a linker black bass
I These landings provide the fish Indicates we are keeping pace with extending! 3U7 miles from Jackson
weed bed along
PERSONAL lurking In every crmen with access to Ihe more This freeway IH
outlined by ville' te Pcnsacola
the IB >ear program:
Mrs. Buddy Cook. Mrs Bill i Ihe shine' Just waiting for a luckylisheiman's populir waters within Rd>'onlei' C.< ..w w 96v y S1hiycrrfK the U S. Bureiii of Public Heads\ complete between Jacksonville and

l'hlldIrs.: Bradford White :\In. plug or Ily Nassau Forest Tree Farm and arc t In Fact AH 11! July 1 we were Lake City and considerable work
Albert Sihiuntz, Mrs Richard Next. we visited Half MlK n Landing sure to be cf considerable con'l'n.i'nce the number one slate In the nation U under way near Pensacola In
Crumpler, Mrs Ben Dilkcns Mrs on Mill Creek, an even more In launching buds or retrlevlng In the utilization of Interstate High Ohio panhandle. you want a few

Howard Wilson Mrs Morrison, I scenic site for fishermen, boaters I / them at the end of the way funds. Route 75 Is the. second most developed dollars or I sizable
Mr. and Mrs Harry Peters Mrs plenlekcis or cnmpers Althoughthe I .
fishing trip. Is Maggerlng will
The cost of Mils program route In Florida It loan, you'll like the way
Bill Ruddier :Mrs Walter Leary wltenIt t that landing were not
At each of Ihe there are of one
ramps In
/ It will cost excess extend 210 miles from the Georgia
Mil. W Is!. Sucatt. Mr. Alan Kirk 110 wide as Boggy Creek they were clean and cxpnnsKc parking arias I billion dollars to complete this line south to Tampa when com. we do business.

and Mrs J. A. Jones spent Wed. even more fishy looking. complete with concrete picnic G"lwyarpyalf superhighway network In our state. pleted. Motorists are now using the Everything Is handled on

nesday In Jcsup, Georgia at the The last ramp we visited was tables and benches The parking However, the apparent high cost I 71.mtle segment from the state line a simplified bails,

lulm meet. .- Mill Landing on Thomas Creek, areas are large enough for a large: of building this mrdern superhlgh- south to U, S. 441 near Gainesville.Unless with the payment
-- -- -- number of trailers to park or lor CA'f way chain Is offset by Its ability we experience some In.

campers Convenient containers to accornmodnlc unuNually heavy clement weather In the next weekor schedule set up to give

remind the campers and pitnlc.lt. traffic swiftly and safely I two the adjoining 73-mile: link you every possible
ers to leave the area clean for Lwp w In metropolitan area where of Route 75 from U. S. 441 south to advantage.
the next visitors. motorists lose valuable time the I the Fiends Turnpike soar Wildwood .

Depend on us A fourth such launching ramp fly I urban Interstate facilities are par. whit be open to traffic by August .
and camping area Is planned for 'r tlcularly effective I I I hope this connection with i

tocarryoutyourdoctor's construction on the St Maiy's hip' _a Under the best conditions, I conventional our new Turnpike exlcnslen can be
River at Orange Bluff later this city street can accommo. made the lat week In July. I LOANS UP TO $800
orders year Others are slated for the per earn. date 600 vehicles: per lane per hour This will allow a motorist to enter

future on similar lake and stream. I An urban Interstate facility Is designed Florida on Route 75 and drive GA.CaFINANCE-

Years 0 f training properties within Rajonlers extensive to move 1.500 vehicles per all the way to Miami on a limited-
forest holdings In Norlh- I II I
lane per hour. access multi laned superhighway
and have
experience .
Southeast Georgia
fIt Florida and supcrhlgh.
The Interstate vfMom In designedas / I The longest Interstate
qualified IH to fillpreacriptions I network In Florida Is Route 93. This
exactly a I can shill see that largemouth: MAP OK THE( LOCATIONS; of the bout launching rumps a limited access freeway fenced I way fnur.lancd facility will extend hen GONiOaAT10N
All rural routes are
as written Just wailing for an unwary min.I was sketched by Hal Neither of the Rayonier Timber to control access Traffic can only I I the Georgia line north of Jackson, 308 Atlantic Annul
'irnindlni Inch, FiniteTileititni
:: from fresh potent I now to swim by and wonder Just Division\: \ UN im assist In !getting to and from the areas. enter or exit at designated Inter. vllle south 395 miles to Miami 261-3611
would' take "
drugs. what plug or fly he I changes In Fio ids, all rural Interstate I when completed. ZtWlfvt sutCliTN IA iiiiiii t f
he would *
1 mIn and how many Jumps\ segment will provide a Early work on Monte 15 woe con.
before I could net him
make
Jackson
and
rent rated In Mlsnil
"" minimum of four lanedivided by .
'
Better! hurry on out fishermen """ .71 i. __ __ _- ..
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before the waters are roiled by ,; red";
j other Isaak Waltons. But remem. 1iMISLANDJNGISINSTALUDSMAiNTLINED'
IIHC ref tmng/rniy/ ', lull I ber one thing The landing Is a fcr 'I

= as fur 1'1'] t furor/ illi\if"iy., contribution recreation and by It Rayonier Is your to duty your to FOR WlOnUIEKE( t KCK ATIOH BY VOTE FOR AND ELECT

I avoid
help keep It clean and any '
I chance of starting a destructive S RAYONIER INCORPORATED ,!;

STEGER DRUG CO. I forest fireFlorida I 1


207 Atlantic[ Ave. Phone 261.3251._ I coast line has and about more 8000 varieties miles of'of'I 0' NO LIABILITY BV, tHE IS ASSUMED'PU8J.IC fROM USE ,J. 1.kJ..e'.ff.JOWERS!; ( : )


_. fish Union than says any the other Slate state< Board In the of | HELP KEEP THIS AREA;CLEAN

Conservation I IYou'd HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRESAT ,

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EACH OF THE RAYONIER LAUNCHING RAMPS

silent such ns thIs urge fitthermen hunter and campers! 1

111. to use the facilities but to anoint with keeping the areas 1I I *

clean and In avoiding forest! fires



South Florida I Nassau Youths GROUP FIVE


i inllniicd from I'HKC One)
Jaycees Sponsor lion,, forest Insects and disease. CITY GENERAL ELECTION

outdoor rexreitlon' and wlldllli
Sports Car Races I management fill the week Huh JULY 21 1964If

.
chl Jule. Recreation periods In
elude swimming softball shuffleboard .
Upwards if UN high powl'I'edporll
and movies
volleyball
tars will compile In D
Cdr Club of America Ulvln. The week' activity Is highlight
Spurts
I lonal Championship Races to IMI cd by the svleetlon of four outstanding elected I will conscientiously consider every problem you

7ff1\7L\ I I t.cld I in July 18th and I'lth at the tampers and prcsoitalion .. bring before the City Commission and will bend every :
Srbasllmi Airport In Sebastian. I of awards at a banciuiJrielay may

The Jaycees of Vera and Sebus night. effort to effect a solution in our best interest.As .
thin arc tie sponsors of. the races Sponsors of the limp are thisi
which Mill bv conducted, by tin forest products Industries: Amtrl.
Hondo Region of tlio Sports" Car ''call Turpentine Farmers Assotla

Club uf America. I lion, Valdosta Cork Georgia, Macon Arm. general manager of the Blue Seas, Inc., for 13 years, I :
slmig Company
Many uf, the very latest type
spurts tarn Mill compete fir chum l Georgia, Onlalner Curpurallon 01. will bring sound business practices to this post. At the :
America Kernamlina Beach, r.srurnbla
IdrsJSer"
i, thin plonship annual points racing mid evint tro'ihld Many: ,en.In Treating Company, Pen Blue Seas I have built a wealth of good will in my own ;.

tries hive already been receives scents: Uud'llPulp and Papa
I
iI from Georgia./ South Carolina Ala I 1 Company Palalka.: International! way with visitors to our city.

I I I barns Florida and other slates Ir Papir Company, Panama City;
Neal 1 Lumber It Manufacturing(
the south.
C< mpany Blounlstown, Owensllllnois .
I drivers'Some, uf who the annually south's well compete known' al 1 Jacksonville, Rayonier Inc... Business ties have prevented my seeing everyone and I am :
rcrn.mdlna! Beach;; St Joe PalK'rCompany
Sebrlng! fcrnandina Brach and solicit vote and active support :
medium to
Port St. Jo': St. MarysKralt using this your
Daytona Death, is well as on many
Corporation St. Marys
of the best known in the I i ;
never forget when you left a car that looks this good. el'untry.I ill be on courses hand to sl'l.kchamplun.hlp Georgia..: : St Regis Paper Com. on July 21.
pony Pcnsacola, and the Buckc.yeCellulotle
points that may lead
Corporation Foleythe .
simply can't lot a looker Ilk* the Catalina, especially In 8 crowd. Its too distinctively them to the big United State
You
So'. Itt ride (Wld..Traek smooth) and the way It moves (Trophy V-. I S. C. C. A. Championship Races in
Pontiac. I Jaycees there will be dlreetii:
Riverside California late In Nov.
quick). Only thing you can forget la your notion about how much all this Pontiac I ember of this ),'or. sign/ on Route I and one Indicating J. T.DEDICATED ( Jeff ) BOWERS )
Pontiac correct to make leading
should cost You will when you prima a Catalina Wide-Track 1' urday Four with ral'rI practice ill be held for all on cir Sat to the the airport.' turn .

authorized pontiac dealer for a wide choice of Wide-Track and good used ears too. starting/ at 10 A.M. On Sunday, the Race headquarters have been setup .
Sea your first race will start at 12 30 and at Pennwood Motel In Wabasso

six rates will fo'low' concluding Juot north of Vero Beach Regis HONEST PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT :
tV. TO
HARPER PONTIAC BUICK -- with a 23 lap :T> mile event at the ration will be held at the Penn. .
;;'AA- ant rai e of the day. wood on Frldsy July 18th for en. -
Florida = The Sebastian Airport Is about trints and workers. For those ar. ." 10 Thud Pot. Adv. :
923 S. Mh' Street Fernandina Beach susyr" I :=;:;:;;: I II _
i mile and a half west of U S. riving on Saturday, registration will

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23rd Annual;; Miss :S Recount Attend Cbtivention'


WMU Northeast Assn Florida At I Kttthryn Cooper Weds William Bragg I Fat Working Girls S S1 bps. 3.6 At Dap\ann I I i At Jax CoHieftm

Kathryn Clarke Cooper, dough J:hovah'I Witnesses 12,071 strong
First BaptistThe Mrs. Jermings Is I ter ''of Mr and Mr. Clarke White Dayton Beach, Florida 'the title of Mill Southland on 1. from Florida and Georgia swiwnb.

Northeast Florldi: W.M.U. Cooper of Orlando became the Date for the 23rd Annual Mies, Character: 2 Poise, S Natural Beau. led In Jacksonville Sunday to hear

Assoclat.on; met at tie; First t Baptist Hostess To Bernice I bride of William Allen '"Bragg, sot Southland, known a* "The ty. Contest I II divided Into two div. Joseph Sala, district minister speak
Church In Fernandina Beach CircleThe of Mr and Mn, William Augurtui ella Holiday for The Working Girls'' Islcri, the first division consisting oh "Tcaee Among Men of Good

'bit Thursday July;] 9, for Ito quar. Lowe : Bragg! also of Orlando, In a t'31n rf The South", bas been announced I of a five minute period when each Will' or Armagcddon.WhlcliT"
Icily meeting July meeting of '(lie Ber. ro'-m nv f't'tl1ay l in the< I *' Thursday September 3rd contestant will speak on any tub- A part of those In attendance at
chapel of the First MclhodlsUiunit. thro'igh Sunday September 6lh, Jert of their choice. The second the mass meeting wa group of
nice Lowe Circle was field at the
.",Thp'! program was presented bya which division Is the swim suit Fernandina Beach.
"'he lice\ James M. Hal w Rives the twenly-flve young delegate firm
home Of Mrs M. T.
of the Church Mrs Jetmlng rsw
youth group 'ladles! contest. In addition to receiving hundredsof the four-day district
I' dill officiated who are elected a* The event was
the
McKee Introduced Proceeding meeting, thehostess .
Mr. A
Margaret ants, four of glamour : dollars In gift and gift cenlfl.elte..lncludlnll Jehovah' Witnessesheld
Den Cellini who directed a televii- : served punch and cookies Frances Svicarlngcn: Cooper washer I' day and night convention of
'I. and excitement at Daytona one and two week Jacksonville Coliseum
at the
Ion In which the during a social hour ) ilsler'i mild of honor and the ,
wan program preparing a tclecnit. Those group I Mrs, f:. P. Wilson, circle chair. father of the groom served as bent Beach, Florida, when the Red Car., vacation on "The World' Most In his address Sala said, "Clone
I pet Treatment I is extended the con.) Famous Beach", beautiful etigrav- student: of the Bible are watching
Diane Lewis, man, conducted the business meet. man.
taking part wore I I tcBtant, by County and City t Official ed trophies will be awarded the top for 'the fulfillment of Its propheciesIn
Lynn Jo.vnor, Margaret/ Smith, : The bride wore a itrcct-lenRth
I Beach three contestants and Puma Con situation"
ing.The of the Greater Daytona events and
and Nell ('oak. When the telecast devotional, "Just for To.day" I linen suit of jonquil yellow, fcatur. Area, with: the civic and fraternal I geniality Too, these four young modern Beach Witnesses
began, Dluuu Lewis gave the first was given by Mrs. T, W Inn a wide band of embroidery ol The Fernirdlna
that ladle will remain through Monday
organizations In, to see .
devotion!, followed by a solo by Oliver, end the Missionary Edueallnn the hlplme. Her matching self.tab. these/ joining ladle have a''' September 7th being the turned home spiritually refreshed
Mr. Collins I program, "A New Mission ric rriwn held her veil of Illusion, : young career determined to Increase their
four to be for.gotten. guest of honor at the Daytona
day holiday never
Mrs Buchanan of Illlllard, and Station I II Born", was presentedby and the carried a prayerbook, topped The Miss I Southland t uniqueIn I Beach Kennel Club, where they will service to God.I .

president of the association, presided Mrs Halle Sheffield, I with a yellow-centered white "SOUTH PACIFIC"This that only young ladles who are I present the trophy to the owner of
l over the business session. Twenty-nine visit were. reported orchid. technicolor spectacular, presented by Rogers and gainfully employed are eligible to I i, the winning Greyhound of the Mine I i tlon upon receipt at Festival Headquarter .
The minutes: were read by Mrs. for the month A letter was Fallowing i wedding trip to the Hammtrsteln and starring Romano Ilrazzi, Mltzi Gaynor, enter. Professional model and I Southland Handicap of a Rood clear photograph

John Pcge: of Yulee. Interesting read from Miss Jennie Flood, East Coast, the couple will reside' John Kerr and France Nu>.en. will be shown at the Ilnn young ladle who have the reputation All events during the 1964 Labor I In swim suit and full particulars
J''porllI ere given by various (honking the circle for a contribution at 235 S Stimmerlin St. In Orlnndo Theatre, Sunday and Monday July 19 and 20.PERSONALS. of being professional beauty Day Festivities at Daytona Beach concerning herself and her occupa
churches. < for slide to be used on her Mrs Bragg! I II the granddaughter/ contestant are not eligible to en. will be centered around and dedicated tion. Address for the contest Is
Announcements were made that trip to the Holy Land In August i I of Mrs S. II. Swpsringen of Fer. ter. Age limit for the contest are I to the young career ladles of MISS SOUTHLAND 14 P. 0

0 A. and RA. camps would be The meeting place for August' nandina Beach.Annie 17 to 23 yean of age, single and the Southland. Other honors will be Box 1525 Daytona Beach, Fla
held In August at King Ferry i will be announced at a later date. I i never have been married. their officiating at the Daytona Internntlnnal .
The Assoclatlonal Prayer Retreat The circle was dismissed with i Brown Circle The contestant are Judged for I II Speedway for The Paul

Is to meet September 10, at the prayer | llcnd. Whltemon'i CUp during the SEC: CROSS ONLY
II With I Mr. and Mrs.- Dayton O. Mr. and Mn. S. R. Stevenson
Meets
Crisp place at Amelia City. I I croon and ions of Baltimore Maryland left Monday for a months vacation Sports Car Races, proceeded by I II
The meeting was closed with Jackson Home Scene I the Parade of Beauty when each I
Hitchcock
Lynn visited Tuesday with Mi. at their cabin on Lake Serena near Faithful Followers
prayer. For Picnic ofPresbyterian |II I and Mr. D, 0. Oxlcy and p Gaskin Keystone Heights cnrteslant will be representing her I Y
The group then retired to the The Annie Brown Circle met Oxley.i I Hold July Meeting ,, hometown and state,
Social Hall where they enjoyed a' WomenThe July 13, at the home cf Mir Lynn i Mrs S. H. Swcarlngcn spent last At Carter HomeThe 1 I In Addition ((6 the Miss Southland
bounteous luncheon prepared "and Hitchcock. There were seven i Mr and !Mrs.. Ted Wallace and work-end Ih Orlando, where she I I Beauty Contest other event on the J

served by the ladies of the First Women of the First Presby. member and cue guest, Mr. Ben I family have as guests this week, attended the wedding of her grand.i Faithful Follower Sunday program for the Six Days of Festlvltles. -
Baptist W MU. Mrs Mario Car. tcrlan Church held their annual Grace, present. !Mr and Mrs; Frank Vtmer .a'nd i nulhlff.Katby Cooper.: School Class of the Five Point Include a Southwlde Hootenanny .
'
'
men, social chairman, was Incharge. picnic last Thursday at Mrs. Phillip : daughter, Susan, of Richmond, 1 I Contest. A gigantic fireworks .
Jadnon's residence on Nassau The chairman, Mr. Gerald 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DoughertyI Baptist Church, held It* monthly I
Dow less the with Indiana. business at the home of display Dance Contest. A
opened meeting meeting
Rivet There were 29 women In I had as guest last Sunday, Mr. and i
attendance, Including Mr. Ralph prayer, I Mr. and Mrs Jeff Kennard andI Mrs. Carey Bennett and children,, Mrs, Tommy Carter on July 14. I Diaper Derby and the CoronationBall
Senior Citizens' "Flglil'ng' Poverty In the Blue I A devotion wa given by Mr, as well as many other events
.
Malone'l dautrtHer-lnJUw! and her ;: family of Charlotte, North CaroUna '' of Indianapolis, Indian; Mr. and
irtdther ''from 'Franc. Ridge Mountains" we the topic vacationing oh the, beach Mrs. M. L. Brown Sr., and Mr. Franklin Townsend, and she chose planned to fill the six days and CORNS aI
Have July Meeting Mrs. chosen by Mrs Ken Gay for theMissionary I for '''two weeks and Mn. M. L. Brown, Jr., of Day. for the scriptures, the fifteenth nights with fun and festivities .
Wm. 'Oltvtfr! t&ve 'the WOT- Education program. j chtpter of Roman, and the eighth I Any young lady Interested In entering
Beach Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ton ; I
The'-Senior Cittern's Club held hip service, quoting 'from John, the Miss Southland Beauty A Classified Ad
Mrs. Darwin L. Smith and chapter of Second Corinthian. Try
Mrs Dottlcss presented the Handlee and children, and Mr. Bill
IhriOcgular meeting on Thurs- ahd Bringing! line 'Cmtpcl '''in verse.. I Contest receive full Informa-
may
daughters.\ Vahls arid Sabrina returned Prayer followed the devotional
Lonnie Rollingswnrttir Spiritual Life program entitled Sloan of Waycross, Georgia; and
dayvcnlng. She with
ended quotations! from Sunday from Jackson. Mr Jim Armstrong, vice-pros.
*
club president presided at Pftl'rIIiJlahlill.\ "Breaking Barriers In Algeria'. Mr Neil Brabham and Mrs. Addle I
Tennessee, after visiting for several Jacklonville.I (dent, presided during the bus).
A itudy course, Genesis Begin. Evans of .
the.bald business session, !1TIle' 'Mn.
Adam toltlsop imported en nlngs of the Biblical Drama, will day with Mn Smith' broth. new session The reports of thesecretary Tired of ?
LADIES.I Cooking
member enjoyed table her Synodic! Training School ex. be presented In October by Rev er-In.law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Rocky and Bart Smith, sons of and treasurer were I .

games! and noted that many of perlentfe' and Suwtmnee Presby. Moyer, The book I II being passed O'Neil West aid family. I Mr. and M.... Darwin L. Smith, given, and old and new business
their-members were on vacation.A terlal Program Council! Meet. She discussed. A cook-nut was plan. DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO!
also ''told of her attend! the circle member. Mr. and Mr. Frank Durshlmei, returned home Tuesday after visItlng .
card from Dolly MicTlaren >> anddpatM Team- '' eighteenth,
'ned
for ,
A dIgeu.lon of the annual birth I In HllllaYd for several days Saturday July : While You Shop At Booth's Market
was tend. She was at that time In ablest Missions Conference the discusscd returned home list 'Week 'after at 4'00: p.m., to be held at the
Hollywood, California dining at Utter part of this month. Enroute day. calendar project was visiting with Mrs. Durshlmer'i with their grandparents, Mr. and '''Carter home. I 7 Hot Dogs'$1 A fried Ctritften $1.25'
the "Broken Drum", and enjojllng to MontreM she platis to top at brother.in-iaw and deter, Mr, and Mn. Jerome Arnold.
auch ,show as "My Fair Lkdy". Thornwcll Orphanage.For Delicious the refreshments members at were the Mn E. H. Belcher and family, served Delicious by the refreshments hostess. were I 7 Uorhtrargert $1 ( Family Size $2.00))
served to
future While there Mr and Mn. David 0'Qulnn and
Mrs. Cecele Schroeder hal returned project possibilities, of Richmond, Virginia.
from Birmingham, Alabama t Mrs. Bob Cenek read from The clime of the meeting they also visited In Jamestown son, Bryan, of Macon Georgia Members present were. : Mrs Shrimp $1.25
David ;Jones, Mr. Arm nmt En.
and has as her guests, Mrs' Florida Church Wcman on one of and Wilhamnburg. Enroute home spent the weekend with his parents .
Bast,* Mr. and Mm.! 3, L TIll>- the Great Prayer Day. World Baptist Circles they visited Mr Durshlmer'i Mr. and Mrs. B. T. O'Qulnn. Jim nil, Mrs.Armstrong Franklin, Mrs Townsend James, Mrs.Nu- I BarB.Que Ribs Or Chicken $1.25

mas, Jan and Jimmy. Community Day -which la November brother and slster-ln-lawi, Mr '
Review Mission Daniel Crlm flea, and Mrs. Tommy Carter
The next meeting, which will bea 8, 1964. The area of concern and Mrs N J. Dunhhner of Rock. Ensign Lavery QUICK SERVICEPhone 261.5965
of Mrs Hilda Lav- Mrs. Wilton Anderson. Mr Roy
USNA 64,
covered dish supper, will be I II Africa and Brain 'for school Study BookThe sboro, North Carolina; Mr and son
held en Thursday, July 23, at 6:30jrm. : supplies, Much deeded tt child.I'fnl Mrs E. J. Durshlmer and family ery of North Fletcher Ave., his Parker, and Miss Rose Marie I 709 South Eighth StreetIlanlheatre
: : clothing, layette and school Eda Stertc Circle the Shir of Tombsboro, Georgia; and ''I I been assigned to NAS In Pensa.. Stewart were guests for the evenIng -
cola. Lt. R. J, Lavery, Mrs Lavery' .
beg and supplies Icy Ledford Circle, and the Helen Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Durshlmer! ol II
The pearly razorflsh burrows The meeting closed with the Haves Circle, met Tuesday at the Albany, Georgia.! oldest son, has returned to
under the sand to sleep at night I Mitpah led by the President, Mrs. First Baptist Church, M K:30 a.m., i I I submarine duty at Charleston., Mamie Mills Circle
Mn. D. vis. South Carolina," following a pleasant
Marlncland of Florida reports Evert Elvln. for i short business meeting. Mr. and O. Oxley Mullis
Met At
-- !I Following the business 1'l9lon; lied Saturday evening In Jacksonville )I I visit with hi* mother and

I i Mrs James T. Dunnam reviewed \ with Mrs 'OXI y" brother brother. Home On MondayThe !

: OUR SPECIALTY ''the 1 first three chapters of the and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Frnnk Groves and children I
TARBECUE mission study brok entitled, "Spir I Wilton L. Cason I Lance Cheryl, and Russell of Milan Mamie Mills Circle of theMemorial Phone 261-481!) C. E. Beach, Mgr.

host Life Development", In her Georgia returned home Sun. Methodist Church, met No Matinees Except For Special Shows
.
BY THE POUND OR SIDE at the home of Mrs F, F, Mullif ..
I .
pleasing manner, she stressed the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haddock day after, spending several day -

DINNERS SANDWICHES fart that each Individual should I will leave Friday for Montlccllo, I with Mrs. Grove's parents, Mr. on Prior Mond to y. the meeting the hostess I FRIDAY &' SATURDAYJULY
'continue the pilgrimage toward J. W. Cox.
/ and Mrs
Also spiritual fulfillment which she began Georgia to spend the weekend served delicious refreshments 17 & 18

SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS at conversion.! She presented) I visiting friends and relatives. Mrs Jim Triplett and lon, Markof She was assisted by Miss Elaine Friday and Saturday 7:30:
I the sharp conflict that ROCS on While there, they will attend the Atlanta Georgia are spending Stlnson.
10.10:: / A.M. TO 12:30: A.M. DATLY between spiritual attainment and I Faulkner family reunion on Sun several week with her parents, Mrs. W. W. Stewart, Jr., openedthe "WALK A TIGHTROPE"DAN

SUNDAY 4 P.M. TO 12:30: A.M. : the* constant tug of nelf-centered Mr. and Mrs E, N. Robert. Mrs meeting with prayer, and I '
day.Mr. Tripled! will be remembered as welcomed the fourteen members, DURYEA AttUClA OWENS
: DINNERS TO GO. nes. and Mn. James M. Ozmer
e i i I
and four guests present.
Roberta
Mr Dunnam will continue thin Miss Liz ,
and Butch Rick, and ALSO
Hunt
I sons Mrs. William Russell presentedthe ,
MABE'S RSTAURANT review on August II and It I II of South Boston, Virginia I I will ar.rive I! Mr. and Mrs R. W. Martin, I Spiritual Life program, "('0. I FEATURE stARTS AT 11:$"
of the
that each
.. hoped twenty Saturday to spend two weekswith Jr., of Macon, Georgia arrived operation". The Missionary Education -
S. Rib Street Phone 261.5039Irene's : bring member anther present member Tiipsdnv with, them will his sister, Mrs. Nancy Wil. Tuesday for a short visit with Mr. program, "Breaking the "A FAREWELL TO ARMS"ROCK
Mama and Mrs. J. C, Bennett, Jr Barriers In Algeria", was brought'I
i I on that day.Refreshment. HUDSON JENNIFER JONES
I were served by Miss Donna Clayton and Mill. Mr. and Mrs. W T. Waas and by Mrs. R. B. Lorkwood.
I the three circle chairmen, Mrs. I Susie Crider of Princeton, Kentucky family left this week to spend The circle reported having mdc TECHNICOLOR -

''E. P, Fachko, Mrs. O. R. Spain. are spending a month vis. I several day vacationing In the thirty seven visas .
Beauty Salon hour, and Mrs. J. H. While, Jr. It Ing Miss Clayton' relatives Mr. mountains of North Carolina. Mrs. B. F, Dickens WSCS president SUNDAY &' MONDAYJULY
made the following announcement
and Mrs Willie Watson and fam
I 19 & 20
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanna *: The WSCS meetingwill
1328 North 14th Street Harold Hagens Is ily. and family returned this week be held at Parish Hall on 7:30: p.m.

Named Recreation Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Flynn and after spending/ several days visit. I Monday, July second, at 10'Ofl ROGERS & HAM ERSTEI .S
children of Robison, Illinois arrived Ing In Vogel Park, Georgia a.m., with Miss Lynn Hitchcock ,
Permanents, Shampoos and Sets, Commission Member Monday to spend several days with I is program chairman. The August "SOUTH PACIFIC"ROSSANO
Mrs. Flvnn's brother-in.lmv and circle meeting will be held at the
Manicures, Tinting ,& All Beauty I TALLAHASSEE Secretary of I slater Mr. and Mrs, Guy Dudley ; Stork Club church In Parish Hall, at 3:00im BRAZZI MITZI GAYNOR

: State Tom' Adams today announcedthe and brother and eister-In-tmv, Mr : j ., on August 10 with Mrs L, '' JOHN KERR FRANCIS NUYEN
,
H 4 \ . Plu'Silhouette HaRlns, Box 27, Tutee as a mem. Mr. and Mrs Thos. J. Shave, The ml't'tlnllI'll closed with I'
her rf the Nnssmi Comity Rccrea. Mrs. J. C McJunkln visited with III, announce the birth of a son en the: circle benediction I
Slenderizing tlon Commission her niece, Flora Jo Alston, In Or. Sunday. July 12, at Memorial Hospital .- .- -- ------,- -. ------ -- .. -- '- -
lando lust weekend, in Wayeross. Ga. Ho hns been
Takes The Work Out of Exercise I No salt water\ lishing license Is named Thos. J. Shave, IV, I
Friends of Mrs. Ida Dusts will
required for spiit fishing, but Maternal grandparents are Mr.
FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 201-4392;) boat used for suit water eommer. regret/ to hear of her confinementIn and Mrs James Taylor Braswell I
I flat! finding must have a license, St. Luke's Hospital In Jackson I paternal
, of New Orleans, a.,
IRENE RODGERS, Manager says the State Hwml nt Conserva- ville.Mr. grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. I Sure I'm Smiling. v

lion and Mn. G. Conner Henry Thos. J. Shave, Jr., of Fernandina I r
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of Atlanta. Ga? are visiting friends Beach. I
here and In Nassauvlllc Mr Henry I
Is a Consulting and Analytical Mr. and Mrs. :J. E. Havens, of
MOVE UP TO QUALITY Chemist for Law and Co of which St. Paul Minnesota, announce the My Mom Has New Appliances From SuburbanYou'll ''

he Is half owner, They have recently birth of a son. The lad weighed 6'
purcated a lot on the Nas. pounds and 7 ounces, and hasbeen i ;
Use Premium Milk lau River where they plan to build named Adrian Edward Mr Smile Too When You See How Easy It ,

Jersey and reside following retirement, and :Mrs. Havens are former rell.1! i Y
dents of Fernandina Bench and
'THE TASTE WILL TELL" Charles Burn, Nell Conk, Jeanette were both employed at Container.Mrs. I, Is Buying Them. 4

Gass, Kathy Ilardoe, Nola lIavl'nl1111 be remembered
Another First! Lewellen, and '
Mary Reynolds left as Betty Newcomer'
Monday for the annual Florida I
HOLLY HILL DAIRY Youth Workshop to be held) at the

., NEW | University of Florida, In Gainesville Episcopal Church I Ranges Water Heaters Refrigerators HeatersAnd

"ONLY IMIEPENUENT.DAiRY SERVING for five days. To Have GuestC.lebrant

, PLASTICGALLON t'EKNANDINA BEACH" Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Stevenson' SundayThe I

and Nettle Peters! returned home They Handle Their Own Financing With 12 24 or 36
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For Home Delivery Call 261.3198 I| Sunday after spending the week. Rev. Branson Bryant, Asslstant I

JUG Femandina Beach end with their eon. Pvt. John Stev. Rector of St. Peul's-by. Month Easy Payment Plans
moon at Ft. Jackson, South Caro. th .Sl'a. Jacksonville Beach, will
Tina be the celebrant of Holy Com.
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE munion at St Peter' EpiscopalChurch '
Unbreakable I : Mrs. J. G. Taylor and daughter Sunday morning at 7.30 Besides That, You Just Can't Beat Their Service. .
SuiRnne, of Quitm.n, Geor. I

:*: Light Weight TASTE THE FRESHNESS. I gin, and Miss Annette Perry of am.The Rev' Mrs Bryant will off!.
I Jacksonville, spent Wednesday elate only at the early service They Serve All Nassau County With Radio Dispatched Trucks

: 'fe* Space Saver Direct From Farmer To YOU : with and Mrs.Mrs.D.Taylor's 0. Oxley relatives.and family Mr. be Morning conducted Prayer, by and lay reader Sermon, Paul will And Qualified Service And Delivery, Men.

I Paul Stevenson returned Wednesday Burns and George Lawrence at ,
Easy To Pour
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TASTE THE RICHNESS 1000 a.m.
alter visit Ina the campus of

'7"" Re-Usable i St.several Johns da River' Junior College for Rev.The James rector D.of Elllsor St. Peter', ,Is on, vacation the- I 21 Hours A Day Suburban '7 South 7th St,

:' New At Your Favorite Store >s. this month.Trade .
r I Mrs and Mr. Ray Flveash returned Metered, Bottled. Bulk Propane Phone 261.3661Gas :

NO DEPOSIT Sunday after spending the
Service Femandina Beach Fla.P..i.
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Ask For It weekend at Ft. Jackson South
At Home
. I Carolina! visiting their sun, Pvt.

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St; Petersburg, Fla Mrtvln T N s UP6ER
BasketBY I $ JllAKE
D.xw; director of the Florida Do- FAKE VITAMINS '

i" partment of Veterans Affairs /In.I Dear lit len: I would like thu
JANE SCGFIELD I nouneed today that active duty and I k. dl yg1J wild to tut '' I'de booklet on Fake Vlt,mina. I thlnK)

former members of the armed forces rmoY. I am eating two of them GRACE,
Beech Street I. I well traveledone I mints and count among their near will benefit from a new law tM Dear Grace: Then quit eating

end I street of attractively' relatives alt the mints, the sage which opens the way for filing. them! Te gel full Information on
planted homes. For several yean I I'I used IB flavoring, basil pennyroyal I travel claims ,wlraavwr I these frauds write to the Food and
the L. E. Jonct garden hat at- monads the odd lions-tail, | Public law 88.238 Is the basis for Drag Administration I', S.; S. Deptrtment ..

traded attention became at the and Invasive fall blooming per. I authority to pay claims for travel of Health, Fducallon, anil
beauty: of In beds of red salvla: I I latr false-dragon-head (:pliyscsJtegiai I performed on a Prt'VioUI'honlle of Welfare( Washington D C. 2021)1) J;

throughout: the summer and fall I I station order. Under this law, ..er.I ; ". ) Believe me, they name Names!
it44csrne .
In talking to Mr. taws, wt learn | vice personnel whose orders Hire mw.wl!----- ..
Mr Jones' gold mine of Ihr
ed to our surprise that these beds re- I cancelled or modified hde they I INMIUMK COMPANVS on market I rusts 100. II', ANTlOtE flOTIlFS:
seeded plants ties in with the in.
have bees: propagated each year were on leave or en route to a mw | ULT7 gond Rut: another very good' Health Dear Madam: Where can I set a
from self-sou seed Ills start tcresling cross pollliatlon mechanism I I station may be reimbursed Dear Ikl<'n: Mjiiy employers mereadv Duirv is free, a public smice' honk or Information on antique women
this has. The flowers '
plant
four years ago, was the purchaseof are Formerly a member was entitled WARNU6iw! to hire mature nun and from the AM\ I am sending It to 's clothing, hinrinl down from
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pulmaled by insects and the
two dozen plants from Mrs pollen I! only to travel reimbursement women bceaiiM1 cf: (their valuable you right now All readers of this my family 1 And their prices
Baylor Each year since then vol. bearing anthers are so placed from his old duty station to the beers nf rxpiilime and top nlcr- cilunm who .lhh to start keeping ROBERTA.

unteer plants hive come up quite on two stamei filaments that they I I new station even though he may errs' BIT: If applicants are over a and heHlth record may gel the Dear Sir Robert! Ask your IIII.
act hammers
early in the spring, plants fine the insect as delicate! which have traveled hundreds of miles In 40, employers must say :NO be. Health Diary by writing their re. ran or nearby museum Also, gel
enough to give the bloom one tees I triggers as It lights on the wrong direction unaware of a cause of the high Insurance rate" quest to me at National Senior a list of big antique dealers and

today. This year there were few. the sticks lower its .head lip of In the, allowing flower and the I change. I, employees pay If this Is so, isnt 'I Center Lrhlgh Acres Fla. In this arils the description of your possmionss. ."

er plants, which we attributed to I Dixon said the period covered this ni bud or worse than unions case, |>li'use enclose Uc In slumps Take the best offer!
pollen laden head of the hammer
some emerging before the late I 1 extends from Oct 1, 1949 to Dec. thai can slop business by strikes ? This In the mtuiil cost of mailing J
cold snap this spring and being M to back come down and deposit on the. I III 23, 1963, date of the legislation, x ; Why should Insurance companies It to you! It keeps a record of your I Iphy.lclli At the marine laboratories of the
killed However there were enough II| of the Insect I plentiful sup.I Dixon Is calling this to the attention 1 have so much power to keep mil. examinations ,
physicians Slate Board of Conservation, re.
I ply of pollen. This pollen is thus
escapees from the cold to plant of all former members of the lions from Jobs where they are
placed Just where the stigma of hospital or home Illness, health search has revealed that sea grasses
needed and trained! for? Its
the magnificent street corner bed I' : armed forces because there Is a especially )
Mr Jones admits that he gives the next flower visited will brushagainst deadline for filing for reimburse I hard on people between 40. 'I and an lilt'nt Insurance, allergies, and plants are Important In the

It and we have crnss-pol. ,"I 6S MRS. J. J. F.I I blood type, With It I. life fishesLet's .
the salvias good care both at to I ment of Dee 22. 14 surgery./ a cycles of many
water end fertilizer. The slightest llnalion resulting In heavy re- Dixon suggests that If you have \ I Dear Mrs, F.1 i This I In I m'gMv'

tinge of yellow In the foliage Is seeding a claim details and assistance can :f fine question! I asked the Inxtllutr
a sign to him for an applicationof We never pass the garden of be obtained from the fiiuince of. 1, iwP'0:" eu i| of Ufe Insurance to answer It for

fertilizer Water and fertilizer Mn Adam Millsop, 2000 Beech I flee or personnel office of any military blinds/" /'raftuSorry. ('/11I0"' all *f us. Their reply came )'rnl<'r.

plus keeping the plants tidy by Street, without checking for Intending installation I _._ day llrrr II IH:
removing old blossoms gives him I bloom In bloom this .-- "Hiring a person over 40 would Make
colorful beds from early iiimmrr<< week Is a clump of pink crlnum 1 have little effect m an employer's'
Ity crlnums and think gardenersare
until the first winter cold. He I lilies, the flower so delicate that I missing a good bet In not At The Churches I group Insurance rale. The rote deI The ChangeTo
lays he knows of no other garden It Is hard to associate It with the having them In a locillty where I I pends an many factors; the aver.
flower which can be kept In bloom more common varl'tle.hlch age age of all employees Is only A i'
thrive well with
they minimumcare
so(
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
over BO long a season /grow so plentifully throughout our I 1 I CIIIRCII OF CHRIST I enr factor So Insurance compun-
Among them arc several
Rer. E. A. I.."... Pastor South 14th Street h'. do nut have to ml).
This scarlet lage has Iti origin town She has a white variety of named varieties In both and I I I 'power keep
pink
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in Brazil where It Is a nhrubby like form and delicacy which white comparable to or better 111.00: am. larl: Ililbrrt Minister Uons from Jobs Through group In. ;
People'sCity
__ Service
perennial. For our state Professor bloomed in June. We wouldn't dare : am ? Worship i surancr, they undertake to Insure ,
than those In Mrs Millsop gar. 6 80 C. A. Youth Services ; Sunday: Bible Study... 10:00: am.
Watkins and Wolfe list It as try to Identify these with' named den, there Is the handsome clear I 7:80: p.m. Morning Worship .?. il:00 am. | aivone an rmplover chooses to
Evangelistic Service
a perennial with a note that In varieties, for there are so : p.m hire regardless nf age.
many white and red striped t variety I mid Evening Worship .... 7:00: p,m. '
the northern portion of the stale hybrids among the crlnums and commonly, called "peppermintlily" I fhursday week service
It must be treated as an annual 'such mixed nomenclature tint one there are good quality "milk I 7:30 pm. CHURCH: OF GOD OFl'IW1'UECY | defend hU policy sf not hiring old.
as tt winter! kills As you know, would have to own a named variety and wine lilies", there Is the cup. I I er workers on grounds that funding
the blue salvlas are perennials from. a reliable source for shaped, gray slamcned "ChrIsto. UNITED PENTECOSTAL pensions for them Is too cooll,. Commissioner
here. The salvlas are members of |1 comparison Personally, we are pher Lily", and there Is the very CIIIRCII Rev. II. C. Urury Pastor (Obviously, the fewer years a sew _
the same plant family as the enthusiastic about the better qual- tall growing variety with dark I South 8th St. Ph. M1-J70I 10.00: am. .......... Sunday School employee will work before retire.

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that
- wine flowers known as "EllenBosanquet" Rev W. W. Roland am. ? Mornimr Sorvke meet the greater the amount

One of the best of I Sunday School ,, . 10 a m 7,45: p m.. Evening 8i'rvce must be set aside each year to pro.
the rose varieties Is "Cecil Hou- Worship Service . Ham, r:45 p.m. Wednesday, V.I..U. Ser- vile a gives) pemlo Income.) nut
dyshel". a quite hardy one. Some Prayer Mooting Tuesday 7:30: p,m, eke for young ptuple.ft offsetting the higher ,pension expense Elect Don "Beano" Roberts Your City

varieties are more hardy than Bible Study, Thursday 730; p.m. ft I II the plnlos) of sissy em- Commissioner Group 4

Now. others Most of them are ever. 81. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC players Is. the greater productivity
If killed of older workers i i"la Elect A Man Who Pledges Honestyand
green or by cold recover 81' HAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCHRev *
any ease, hiring derisions are
quickly. Our lack of Interest In CHURCH Leonard Duncan, Patter
Fairness To All
In the hands el employers, awl f
crinums probably stems: from the Asulia City Near Intersectloa Sunday Mass __?.?.?? 2nd. 4th Insurance romp....... Insurers

FASTER SERVICE AND fact color the due ones to natural we see are murkyIn AlA Sunday ... ... ... 7;00 a.miunuuy stand ready to prtvMe group pro. Elect A Business Man Who KNOWS I
crossbreeding
A. V. Gerbhardt. Pastor Mass ?.......?._..... 1st, Oral rotten or retirement plans to '
which has Intensified poor I:00 a.m, Morning Service 5th Sunday, 10.00 am fit employee I The Value of Your Tax Dollars
any
group
qualities, A good wouldbe ]
comparison I
REASONABLE PRICES Monday, Young People 7pm.

which the come volunteer back petunia from year plants toyell' FIfE POINTS BAPTIST Tuesday, Novena Services 7:30: MY IIFALTII DIARY' PLEASE I: Make The Change On July 21 st
CHURCH
but has pm Dear licit'nou: wrote about a
certainly no bearing REV THOMAS HICKS Dmlly _____.."_.._. S am. useful Health I Diary Hint Is recom. I
the '
beautiful
for on can obtain very petunias we 045: a.m. _.__ _.. Sunday: School) I Saturday ......... Convent Chapel 'I nipndid by dot I< tors, In it, a pacers To

11.00: am. __ Morning Worships 1:30: Communion In ConventCALVARY keeps a record of his' IIInIlN"c'.1 i
January 'is considered the month :30 p.m. ._.... Training Union I duttors visits, iote.'ou said It's \
flJeatllifil( enasaued7Ieddin for planting crinuma but they .30: p.m. __... Evening Worship BAPTIST CIIURCII valuable thing whin people travel

time may be when moved there or Is planted not an at active any fednesday prayer .service 7:8(' Bailey RoadJ. 'an you send! one for mo and linefor DON (Beano) ROBERTS j
my wllcT We enjoy rv'rythlng'
I
flush of growth The Ideal grow. pm.ft C. BYRD, PASTOR write .
WIUIU'IUDear
17tiifatit:6 Ing condition for them Is among ST. PETER'H! EPISCOPAL Sunday School ......?....... 10 AM. you Wilbur! One Health Diary Pam Pat Adv.I .- i
!trees and shrubs In a sandy soil CHURCH Morning Worship ......'.... 11 A.M. I

and soil they do not like an alkaline The Rev Jane U. Eillnor Rector Evening Service ?....? 7:80: I'.M. I 'I

a"tIJiJIIIOflJlCemeltJ 7:30\ A.M. Holy communion I5r ;
10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist FAITH BAPTIST ('IIIKCIIRev.
BRINGING UP FATHER It:15 A.M. Church School Jerald A. Philips Pastor I SUMMER CAMERA SPECIAL
Vernon Green 5:30: P,M. Episcopal Young 16 No. 4lh NI. I

ChurchmenThis Sunday Sihool 10'M a.m.
WUEN YOU BUY ( Is the schedule of .very Morning/ Worship 11.00( ) am .
U.S. SAVINGS BONOS Sunday with the exception of the Sunday Evening 1:10:: p.m.
And Of I CADET FLASH
All Styles Types Engraving >CU HELP BOTH | last Sunday of the month) Wednesday Prayer Morning CAMERA OUTFIT

>OURSELFAND i . . . 7JO:: pm.
'
LAS'r SUNDAY) OF TilE
VCUR COUNTRY MONTH -tt Features flash unit at integal part of camera. Takes 12 perfect

HANDLE A FINE LINE OF 7:30 A.M. CIIURCII OF GOD!
WE ALSO Holy Communion 127 film either color black and white.
on
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. exposures or ;

ENGRAVED and Sermon R.,. L. Marvin Johnson, Psitot' Bright eye level viewing plus built in double exposure prevention -
1 11:18: A.M. Church School Phone 26I-3N07 I
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS Complete outfit contains Cadet Flash camera film and 6
5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young '' ,
10:00: a.m. .?_... Sunday School
ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERYSee Churchmen 11:00 a.m. ........ Morning Service A. G. flashbulbs. Cadet flash I is unconditionally guaranteed.
ft ftr Y E. Friday Evening 7::HO p.m

D BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH f:30 F: p.".. ,_ .. Evening Service Regular Price $11.95
429 South, 6th Street
Prayer meeting Wednesday -
Samples At o'err Johnny L. King, Pastor, I
7:30 I
I IKm Sunday Services: trtrtr : p.m i NOW $10.25 plus' tax.

10:00: A.M. _.__... Sunday School MEMORIAL METHODISTCHURCH '
11:00: A.M. .._ Morning Wornhl :

1 s.J'nbtr 630 pm _............._._ BT.U I I INelron I .
ta1len'cbN rt'
] rrnandin P. Mover, Pastor I
i I 7:00: P.M.. Men's Prayer Service CADET REFLEX 'CAMERA t
II 7:30: ''p.m. Evening Worship' 9:46: a.n>\ ........... ... Sunday S<'houl 'i iII I, 1 t OUTFITv ,
PHONES 2C1-3686 2G1-3C87, hn nn anNMr leaf 1Nf II I 1 Tuesday: :00 am. ....... Morning Worship j Big, bright reflex viewer 'shows you. trU picture before yourtake

I I 7:00( p.m. H._._..... Visitation 6.30 pm MVK Supinr: & Pro-
i 1 it. Flawless performance. Built in double :
Prayer Meeting Wcdnci day 730; itniins exposure prevent
There
three
We Represent One of the Largest and Best I pie: those are that make types things of hap.pen. Crte -tr 8 00 p.m. *" . .*Evening- Wuiship tion plus all the features of the Cadet camera. Makes 12 perfect
ttNOKIII I
Engraving Firms In The United States pen;; those on the who vast watch majority things happen who. l I II FIRST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN 14th 8TIIKKTU : color or black and white pictures on 127 film. Cadet Reflex i is "

I have no Idea what happens" Rev John Dozler, Pastor AIM'1ST CIIUKUIt unconditionally guaranteed.

Bruce Kennedy, Grcybull ,Wyo..) Worship Service . 8.45 AM :41 a.m. ___H_'" Sunday School' :j
.. 1 I! Standard I Church School ..... 9:45\ A.M 11:00: aim _.?. Morning Worship '

__ .0 0 ____ _______ ______ .- -- ----- Worship Service ........ 1100 A.M. 8:30: p.m. ........ ............... BTU: I Regular Price $16.95 -
I Youth Meetings ....... 600; PM 7:30: p.m. .... Evening Worship
I
Church School .,.....M.. 7:30: P.M. 7:80: pm. M.d-Week aerveeel, NOW Only $12.95 plus tax. '
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PRINCF. OF. PEAB
L. B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO I I Rev J. T. Punnam Pastor LUTHERAN ClltKdl I

Worship Services: I:DO A.M Donald R. Himmrlman. Cantor
11:00 A.M. Phone Z l6liJ4Sunday I I SAVE SAVE SAVE

I BOO P.M School ..?..? .. (11:4/1 I: / a. m. ,
I Sunday School ___ 945: A.M Worship hi'rvli'o 8:10: a
.. Training UnlOil . . 843: PMWednesday. RI'I ANSCO MOVIECHROME 8mm MOVIE FILM .

Prayer Service .._..._ TABERNACLE BAPTIST I
i 7.30: P.M CHURCH I Daylight color. Regular Price $3.00 plus tax't:

I tr trI Amelia Road Phone 2DI-S487,

AIR CONDITIONINGHEATINGICE SPKIVGIIILL BAPTIST Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor Now $2.50 roll
J I CHURCH Sunday School .......... 10 a.m.I'I per plus tax."I
Slate Illwsv l 187 Morning< Wo'shlp 11
Nassauville ???
MAKING MACHINERYSALES I' Dr. William A. Frye Evening Worship ...._.?. 7 1,11'I'1 THIS GREAT PRICE INCLUDES PROCESSING .J

I Interim Pastor Wednesday Service ._. ... 7 p.m. I .
SERVICE & INSTALLATIONS
Pastors Prayer Time

I| (For Men) .,...,. ?_"H" 7 a.m, Legacies llghl Cancer I
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'Sunday School ,._.?.. 9:41.m.\ .
Tho American Carver Socktyreports Come In Today And Shop
Morning Worship _'''M J1 a.m.
"""'" "" ,+ .- Training Un lor. _... 11:15: p.m. hive l> that,cimo legacies a major and tailor n< (|iif' l In 1 Around. You May Find

i Evening WorshipWednesday __.. 7:30: p.m
: financing the fight aiiulnst turner' The Camera And The

Men's Hour of Power ... 7 pm through research education und Accessories You Have Been' r
service In
progranns Vfil! the- So. -
Prayer Service ..... 7:30: p.m.
I "Whosoever will may come." citty received $:;IO.I23! In bequests Looking ForT.H.King _
.. and IvttutU-s and
... In 11! more
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than $7.000OIJO. oJ "v"I
FIVE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH I

261'.4892 I Rev W. G. Brooks, Pastor r rAnd I
SUNDAY SERVICES:
1104 S 8 STREET 9 4" A.M. Sunday School f// BE CAREFUL :

11.00 A.M. Morning Worship 0 WITH FIRE.
< 00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service I i
Service Everything We Sell 6.30 PM. ... .. .. Training Union Q YOU CAN'T Norma Chantey "
We I 7 30 P.M. .. Evening Worship "N BUT BACK Next Door To Merle Norma
Wednesday Services: At Your Service' Cosmetic Studio *

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Six KewB-Leader. Fernamlina fleacr) Florida Thursday, July 16, 1964 Admiral Bailey at Key West that that the mill remain In possession

-.- -- "In consideration of your long of'Its owner, Colonel William Bui-
service in an unhealthy and ener. ley. L1XaIu1 eGMAT

sating climate, you are authorizedto General Birney learns that a I
11000000000000QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOiI turn over your command to small Confederate detachment has IN rue rveNf or A '

Paul C. Burns Captain Theodore p Greene, with succeeded In "burning and dc.stroylntt MAJOR DISASTER THERE ARC
AgencyRegistered I !permission to return north for the the trestlework of the I 2OOO CIVIL I FfMSLZMSAltMCYMOSPAL' '

FLORIDA purpose of recruiting your health" Cedar Keys Railroad at two points II SrRATEftCAU PREPOSRONEO t
I I Confederates reoccupied their about 9 mile south of Baldwin.
+ IN THE USA WfTH AfltfiT AND
Real Estate Brokers I lines In the Cedar Creek area to The Gainesville carl were left on Q tgi/IPMtMr ADEQUATE PO

319 South 8lh Street A HUNDRED YEARS ADO day.July | the south side of the gap" r. TUB TREATMENT Of NEARLY
Phone 261.3606 I 20 Union General Blr.I July 22 Federal Colonel Jam. EVERY IMAGINABLE MEDICAL
I I | ney forwarded the following report i''e. Shaw, commanding the 7th U. AND SURGICAL CONPTON.THATMOPERN | | .
ft ft ft Edited] SAMUEL PKOCTOK from Jacksonville today: "I '' Colored troops Is ordered to

2633 Gregor ;McGregor Douievurd. 4 Dedrooms, have the honor to report that on' embark this afternoon and proceedup I

2 baths, Family Rcom and kitchen filled with built ins A Friday last I learned of a force the St. Johns River to Black
are the features of this fine home. Already financed. uuuuuuuuuuuuuuyuU IUUUVUUUUUUUUUUUUUU, I'''at the mouth of Trout River and I I Creek where he It to land as I
advanced] to Its source My ad. quickly as possible so that the I
Move in immediately with no closing coats. Pay Owner Published by Assistant Adjutant-General, DIsIrlrt vance there, under Captain Hart, boats carrying the force can re. I
mall equity/ and you have a fine home in Fernandina FLORIDA!! LIBRARY AND of Key West, reports on an 3rd U. S. Colored Troops, skirmished turn Immediately to Mandarin.

Peacha .!best neighborhood.( 1 HISTORICAL COMMISSION action undertaken by the 2nd I with a company of the They will return with the 75th V

Sleet ft brik CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL Florida Union( ) Cavalry, assisted enemy's cavalry for about 10 Ohio Volunteers and their horses i fi
1908 Bwxh A veneer Kintfsberry I COMMITTEE: : I by tune companies. of the 2nd U. miles, Inflicting upon them some As soon as Saw has cavalry, "the 4 I
Home with 3 bedrooms'* and 2 bath, Possession 208 Vale a'la Avenue, S Colored Troops, along the West loon One of the enemy fell Into pecple from all the houses from \ I II

Immediately Modern( design and screened porch. Corn' Gjl>l" Florida 33114 l'Oo.1 of! Florida during the last our hands, bulI'll wounded sodangerously which you suppose spies might go FtCTUAt///A MlNUTt
I J JI
Ideal Edited by SAMUEL PItOCTOIt Iwo works: "On the first ultimo that we could not re. to give Information to the enemy XRAYS CAN M.
for a new teacher at the high school. Assume
I University of Florida nn rxwdlllon, consisting of 120 move him. We captured the horses must be cautioned, under penalty MADE WITH THE J .
FHA loan and "D
pay small down payment. .Sklrniihlilnit: Earl and West Flor. I men of the 2nd Florida Cavalry and equipment of four rebel of death, not to leave their premises CD CMER&ENC/ < '

ft sleeper blocks Idu blvnificunl Florida. Events and 120 men or the 2nd U. S. Colored alrymen After destroying cav.1 i for three days." The Black. I EQUIPMENT
This house Is a 4 from Elemen- fur July, 1HM I Troops, total 240, the whole' I bridges over the south bra Creek crossings at and above Mid. Meat kCretunn.yr uea s"e wu.u0HAr

tary"tliool.. 1 block] from Atlantic Avenue 2 baths.If July 12 Master W, L Mar. under the command of Captain J. | Trout Creek, I sent one squad of dleberg are to be watched so as '
can about $1,000 down and about $95.00 W. fluids. 2nd U. S. Colored I cavalry due west toward the St. 'I AN ENEMY MAY CHOOSE ,.ITO
you pay per tine, omniamllnii the U. S. barkRotbiuk I to prevent destruction of bridges USE AN ATTACK PATTERN THAT .>} '
month, you can move in immediately. Give owner off the Indian I River Inlet Troops embarked from Fort My. i Marv's and another to Callahan, I i I This should be done secretly, the IVOUlP NOT PfSTROV THE CITIESfUTKU ,
time to rake the leaves one more time from under the Informs; Admiral I Bullcy of the I I ers, Florida, for Bayport, on the I Iin Nassau County, on the railroad. sentinels hiding to conceal them TIMS OfMILUOVSOFPEOPM Went Count: On landing, the ene- The second squad, under Major solves Every civilian or WITH -
oak trees and you have made a deal. Not even the arrival of twcnly-slx refugees I person ;f
next dcor neighbors know this house is for sale. We'll seven men, six women, and thirteen mv's pickets were discovered and! Fox, captured and destroyed two I'! soldier man, woman, or child, RALYDa1CTlYt ;.,1r ,;,Iti;, :,
skirmishing commenced. Our cars loaded with railroad Iron; coming wilhln the Federal lines Is
children. ask be
They to sent
let you in on the !secret if you come !by the office and to St. Augustine. I II I troops followed the enemy Into J destroyed the telegraph office + to be detained In safe custody until tci tIj

really want to buy a home right I Acting Master I. Nkkerson, the Interior to Brook svl III!, t die lures and apparatus. Some rIx.1 I the safe departure of the troops.A .

'* rommundhiK the V. S. schooner J. i tune ol 40 miles, occasionally ty horses and mules were ; limited number of fires may be
611 Stanley Drive. Lovely brick( home, :3 bed S. Chambers, claim a share In skirmishing with them. Seven prisoners some 200 small-arms of different built for making coffee keepingoff

rooms, 1 bath Living room has fireplace] and home the Confederate sloop Henrietta, I I and fifteen horses were kinds, about 2,000 cartridges, and I the dew, and drying the men"
features den and much I captured, and thirteen contrabands several large Jan of powder. The but the places where these fires
storage area. Large shady! lot captured by the U.S.S. Mcrrlmuc .
brought! In. The plantations cavalry having no means of transportatlon. built should be
are "carefully se.
with separate workshop in back yard. Down payment on July 1 cs It was tnroute to Bay "
rf Captain !Hope, Captain Leslie obliged to destroy
( were lected with a view to screen: them
with FHA Nlikersnn that he be-
$500.00 financing available port nays
: Cunfedernle I and nuns, and Cooper Hooker, all the powder, cartridges, and small. from observation." The men are
the
1'huxinn vessel
ft ft ft Bun commanding guerilla' parties of arms About a dozen Negroes came to be kept to "their bivouac area; 'N
412 Stanley Drive. Large lot about 100x200 feet 8<'me two houis. before the I Ilhe enemy were destroyed!, Our off with us. This advance coveredthe I stragglers will be promptly and r 'tl

in Center of Forest Hill. Hundreds of azaleas; and ]Merrlmac appeared an the horizon loss was one man slightly: wound. operations of a party sent up severely punished"
and that he gaining the
was on
camellias bloom under the many shady oak trees. I sloop Cant and would have been I rd Al Bayport eighty bales of the Nassau! River to Holmes' Mill '
WellXcpt three bedroom home with extra large screen able to culture her without as. cotton were captured: ; of this the for the purpose of taking It down Mackerel are one of the most e a.-
ed in living area. 1 car garage. Must be sold soon. 11 lallc'e. Navy seven bales; the remainder and bringing It away The mill leone plentiful salt water game fishes, /' .'rlAT AC OPfaRUARy
Lowdown i was accidentally burnt The of the first ever erected In says the Stale Board of Conservation. : 1e64 THERE ARL OOORAOGL
payment with FHA terms The U.S.S!! Ariel I. the Sea Bird, I I ?
troops returned to Fort Myers In I Florida, containing/ gang, rotary, They are most readily caught 1lM NI1B IefULD1oesairceea
ft ft ft the Stonewall and tho Rosalie flocs nsosinoRte
safety. circular sow' machinery, and high tides along reefs offshore
205 North 15th :Street.:) This home in/ constructed transported' I'nlun troops on a July IS Confederate Captain'pand I worth now probably $50.000 when on during winter and spring / OTA1k0Ntl 1HROUiHOVT THa USA,
under a 200 year old oak tree It features 3 bedrooms I raid on Brooksville( where a land MiKlbry: Is cnctmpcd near Greens' In operation It is apparently complete Moat ewe?u, co.uw er .eeu

and 2 baths The master bedroom is extra large and ing party captured a quantity ol ] Plantation/ on the Baldwin Road. except the gang-taws and PUBLIC NOTICE DN EVENT Or A MAJOR

Away from the other bedrooms Kitchen is well designed colton and burned the customs lie has about fifty-five under his I I bolting. A part of the machineryhas piSASTEB THERe ARE 1000 ; .
with much cabinet space' and a larger than aver. I house The Union troops joined I command. The major Confederate been loaded on the Alice Price, !N'or IS Cory HEREIIY Ornrrtl GIVEN ElectionNOTICE that cNILDEFENSECMERGENCY '' '

age dining area. Very close to schools and be the gunboats/ at Bayport yester. force li located at Baldwin. and li now on Us way to this place. the City Ventral Elictlon will bt held HOSPITALS/ STRATEGICALLY
can
day, and tho force returned to In the City Commission MesOni( ,
The rest will be brought by the FREKSinONED IN THE U S A
moved into almost immediately for approximately I Anemic Keys today I Federal cavalry which landed I I Room it the City Hill, South Second
her boiler li repaired ,
at Broward'i Neck Sylph li soon 11 nd Ash Streets, City of Fernandlna
'540,00 down with FHA terms. yesterday ire
Federal General Birney reports and she Is In running or. Reach Florida' on Tuesday the 21st
ft reported advancing steadily this I day of ':\II,. A D, KM. between the ,
home on frcm Jacksonville that In compli der. When this mill Is In full op. houn of non O'clock A.M. and 7.00 I
morning However, Confederate r '
The Clarence Geiger Clinch Drive Is still 1 once with orders received two days I oration it will turn out from 40. Clock P \M\ for the purpose of tp? e
Available. Almost 3,000 feet of with the 4th Massachusctli Cavalry Lieutenant Cone with a detach I 50.000 board feet of lumber electing one candidate from lroup : : 1..
square space ago (not)) to .
ment of twenty-five men, and Four 14)) and one candidate from ; '.u .,,,
large family room and kitchen area adjoining and featuring I Is enroule to Hilton head Its Captain McElbcy, Sib Florida I dally. I propose having It erectedat llroup Five tot) for members of the r q, ?
departure he says "deprives me I' the former site of the City Commission of said City In accordance
paneling and a lovely large fireplace. Rack I once on
Cavalry, with thirty of his men I with the Ordinances and
fenced shady yard encloses a patio shaded by trees. I of all (the mounted men who have engaged!! the cavalry, approximate. I Empire Mills, about two miles CMrter of laid City at amended.
.
of Jacksonville The name of the Clerk and
been doing duly In front below Jacksonville, on the cast Inspeo-
Separate dining room is large size. Thin brick homeis I There > other mounted ly forty and forced them to turn tort appointed by the City Commission HAT EACH Of THESEEMERGENCY
nre no side of the St. Johns.! Birney re-
of said Cltv to hold such elec
for who wants above the back The Confederates planned
someone an average home I men' In (the District except the I 1' ports that during his ftve-day ex. tl0,50555 followi-: Clerk llwenMcKendree. HOSPITALS
and-yet wants to live outside the city limits. 75th Ohio Volunteers, which can I to pursue the cavalry until they he lost one man killed Inspectors' Etta Mae IS A COMMUNITYASSET
pcdltlon
i
learned that Federal Infantry had I)I LambrlRht Dolley II. DuBoli Fran WHICH CAN BB USED..
ft ft ; put Into the field at any one time and one wounded eel Bunch Lerta Swearlngen, Jennie
':':W'are buiding! new Kin sberry home on Clinch not over 250 mounted men, which landed on Trout Creek Confederate The Confederate commissary de. W. Sanders Bride Hl
Drive outside the city limits. A new unusual design I Is the only force barged with the Federals fell In back small and engaged skirmish the at ., partment wants to take over Bal.ley' Inspectors Beuffnet : Maude Smith and Hetty 1 f AS A HOSPITAL serup IN A-J

mefi inspection. Shady lot with minimum defense of Plcolula and tho coon a cotton mill at Montlccllo and DATED AT FERNANDINA BEACH J <{ PUBLIC SCHOOL

doWHCTmyrnent: your and low monthly payments. See us toy tu the smith of St. Augustine Little: have Trout moved Creek down The Confederates the rood I I use It to process cotton exclusive. A.FLORIDA n. t'$4.DAVID .this 18lh. day of July I CL KA SEVERAL! TREATMENT 1 j jR

.
and Denial The execution ly for the supply of Confederate M. UATCHEL, City Man .- STATIONS)
how and pick out your own colors leading to Baldwin, while the Fed.
agar
of the order 11'11Il'ave\ me "Tithe cotton" will be : fDR1EXISTINfl
ft ftft ernls remain In the vicinity of I I troops ChI Auditor( and Clerk of .aid 'V'ASOURCII'CUPPLY(
with about 200 mounted men for used. Governor John Milton strong. City of "or.lndlne Beach, f Ion I \ HOSPITALS
809 Stanley Drive. Lovely 2 bedroom Otter Creek. I Ida .
masonry the al'nlcoIt all\ points. As the ly this action and insists "
opposes C. MORI FACTS t careen anne MCM bulb HUMS* ,
I : house under large oak trees. Private patio In rear with Rebels have a cavalry regiment! July 16'The' following communication .!:.-_- --J1/-
large and of ksonvlllp, t shall was forwarded today
I storage room workshop behind carport. i In front
.
Small down payment and $:;8.00 per month. be obliged to lake nearly all the I from southeast Federal headquarters I
I at Hilton Head to General
mounted men for duty here. How ,
beginning construction 1I shell/ !guard Plcolita and the William Birney commanding at r rI
We will be on a large I
Jacksonville: "I am Instructed by
: east bank of the St.; Johns I do not
brick colonial] ] two story home with four bedrooms and now see, A large number of families the Major-General commandingto
8 baths soon In Pirates Cove Top story will have view have settled there under our Inform you that the number of

of the Ocean We will accept trade In of smaller, houseon promise of protection. If we abandon troop now In your command It

this new Kingsberry Home. Are you interested? them the Rebels will commit considerably greater than that
them the usual attrocltles./ lection of the department demands I Ii

-r: "We'have: several 'rfoz'S i of the'Vest J.lf llatlilgf fJ l.' iM!;' I, The'among raising/ of a Florida battalion In cannot a military properly point of guard'I view.the If j,you Sit COMMERCIAL I :
Is. Impracticable just now men
lava' had In' several years' For a home In any price Johns River you must prepare to I, "
rcfiiHlna to enlist neciuse they I
range and for the lowest down payments in town, callUs think that Florida ls about to be I make St. Augustine your bine,
today for a visit to any of our homes. evacuated. If the Mdjur-General keeping Jacksonville and Picolata

I commanding will send one of Ihenl.'lV as advance posts, if practicable tt
'We will buy lot building /
your you a Kingsberry I rcKlmcnls of colored' troops In case of Immediate danger of the t
Home and combining!! all the costs into one package St Johns River being( rendered
to Florida, I think It will have the I
VA or FHA terms are available on all of our houses. happiest effect. Impracticable for navigation by

We are usually open about 8:00: A.M. to about : Confederate Beoiils jnform! Lientennnt session reason of of the points enemy along(gaining the bunksor prs. I PRINTING f

6:00: I>.M, five days a week and] on Saturday morn- Colonel A, II. ]McCormick: by reason of their planting a II I
at Yellow Blulf thut six Union
Ings.: We are as near as your telephone.Paul i vessels have arrived at Jacksonville great number of torpedoes In the
communication from Jacksonville I
"but owing to the dist'inee I| '
to St. Augustine must be by ferry i
could not a.iccrl.iln I
they
C. Burns Agency they were loaded or not." across the river, which you must I' Y
II provide In season' and by land
Fed.
This morning/ at the I
country
across
I mils advanced upon Confederate The U. S, Bark J. L. Davis at. I
pickets on Cedar I Creek at thoirnilriuid Is A With Us
+ 4 JI but made nn, further dcmonslrutliin I tacked a nil factory, belongingto Specialty },
a Mr McCloud, In the Tampa ;y\
In thud direction Two ,
HOMES Bny area today. Four boilers, !
,KINGSBERRY Confederate grouts Turner and
were destroyed, together with "all
Houston 2nd Florida Cavalry,
the appliances, tools, etc, necessary -
were captured, and word reachedCafederalo
I for the business." This II the
Registered Real Estate Brokers I headquarters that their
second attack salt worksIn
against
I bodies were found Inter In the day
311!) South 8th Street the Tampa area made by the
and "from Indication they Check supply of Letterheads Envelopes Business
(Plume 261.3606: every Davis this week. I your .
had been brutally: murdered"July I
I
July 17 A detachment of
Fl'd.1
14 A dctKchmcnt of Federal -
Cavalry landed today atBroward eral cavalry under Major Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you

:/1'ry A Classified Ad For Quick Results '. Neck, Duval County. !|'I ICapl..ln moved Rood In up Iu\al the north County end to of CiilUhnn Kings: .. ;'
Henry W Bowers, Federal I
r -- -- - and burned! two flatcurs loaded I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call
I with railroad iron and one house,
| They cirrled off a number" ofhorses.
They: also; urresled: two I II


I I IM I mm InKton; Joseph Broward lljuun.s, burned and:the Wash.Win. I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

gale iiousr, and drove off a num.

her cavalry of and CMllle.100 Approximately Infantry participated 125. our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

In the Union rild

Captain Dunham arrived at fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.
'f atuvnM Baldwin IIMluyI IIh eighty-four
effective Confederates and orders
to attack\ the Federals' tomorrow
morning al daybreak The Federals1 .

have burned! two trestles ihoul Our printers take pride in their. work and you are assuredof
twelve miles from Baldwin, and
result the train fnm Gainesville
as a
I It with needed! rm-r\ci Is notable a neat, clean and accurate job.

II I July to 18 get- ]Master through.Thomas chit

II field commanding the I. S. ten.
der Two> Sisters at Cedar Key, In.
Ii I: forms Admiral Bailey, that in PHONE ..I
: accordance with orders he pro. '
yl l ''Ar xih1..ra.Ml I cl'l'rl..dl'llh his vessel la the I' 261.3686 s'. '.

i mouth of the Suwannec Riser to or
secure a quantity of cotton lilt I

there by the tender Fox. Finding 261.3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERFaR'
I, the coltrn sunk In the mud and I
water and badly broken up, UI I
; I took< two days to get it above filch

IF YOU j BE SELL, TRADL( j HIRE OR j RENT water spread clean It out off to dry the mud. and I

I I
July 19 U. S. Secretary of the
Navy Gideon Welles today nu ifia

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FLORID WILDLIFE SCMF'SO'OICn I News-Lender, Fvrnandina. Rt'iuh, Florida Thursday, July 1C, 1D61 t rage Seven
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Little League AllStarsTo ,f ur your ME ANMfORTANI'flORIDA ,(MAr6 Handicap Golf T Tourney I

S"CI6S

Play Wednesday LoRiDA GA PASTS C"MMlIAlAJ.I.of THE

BRDS /" STArE AIUNDANrNWNTER ffUT MORE jit YEAR Begins This Week End I



In District TourneyThe 'w HUNTING ftAfMStLOX.lDA i Ploy bights this weekend In the on I lho score cord Y K Hull vs Bill Miller,
: ARE sIr It' I'rinuiulina Bench Gelt Assoilath .V W nliy lee will be charged Dr l (,. Barker vs Pcrce TnlimlnKvr : -
": '
+ A6azMe4)r'y'am :n a hi'mlicnp championship toinn.inien '. and trophies will be awarded winners ,
Kernnndina Beach Little vllle Naval Air Station, \ A afTNf1N SfA7f mid the compelIIInn will failings fur each round nnd L. C, Shave vs Dan Dau III"Y.
League/ All-Sturs will wage a battle -' Manager Fred Townsend and his ... >' i AND fEDERAL run lei 6 weeks the ,dilTcicmo In handicap Kill bepoxeel Bob (Jeileon vs Herbert LukcAnelicw ::

for the chance to travel to assistant, Otis Hlgglnbotham, have ALSO CAflfvuP ; a a /WLDL/'E AND 11111 EASfOMD O"K'I,I I Don lI'o\l'n. tourney chairman ( on I the bulletin board at thefoil AlIl'n11/ vi Arch lUt-
Cocoa Beach the following week been giving the local All-Stan "TURTLI LYlVf ++ oN STUDIES It'WILPL"e unnoiimid today that pjlrlngs for coursellivun dee

when they go to Jacksonville next strenous workouts dally In their 'CAROL'A'A the lit 'I round have been nude announced first round John aturnoro vs John [)OZIW.TL .
I Wednesday night to play High. effort to carry the local All-Start I pvs \ BiocatrfTs and that the matches must be pallium ns follows: 1 Lannon vs Burns Bailey

,lands In the opening game the all the way In the Little League : w N6NT : cu mlkh'd by Jil> 26. 'IL ek up list if palling\ llarrv Pllllo8 Kivln;. Willluqiji.
first toward a ticket to Cocoa battle,
step Joe Scurboro Bob Uioslin-.
Siciiul! round mulches must be lib Umiu M AI Miller!
The winner if the Fernandina- No indication of a starting lineup completed by August; 2, third ration T lr maN Shave vi E, V. ftaicla Rudy fork vs Pete Ingrain, ;
Highlands !game will play Forest. eoula be picked out of the managers by August 9, fourth round by August Hub Asklns vs Dun Brawn, Jesse Tiner vs John Grello'rr.F"l'd .
View on Friday at the JacksonSmoTtey this week but an array of 16. fifth round by August :U ll.v; Caldwell vs CV, Iliiuard Otofn vs (Harry Sahlirwn.Gl.vnn .

fine talent Is assembled for the mid the I filial] round by August 1 JO Del Therbald vs Ed Doner, \Vais vs Bob Phinney:
Little League team toward their I Eli:sty six members of the As.inilHlKin 1 Dick Dennett vs John Hooper, 1 David Smith vs Art Rcnnhaw.J '.
Sayti effort to represent Fernandina In i ( have pnid up duel unit Ace Reynolds M John lUnuuk <'hn Guest vs Ray Lamlrcs
a fine fashion t4&i tKlabUlud: handicaps and lie.. site rail Kernmi vs Harry Taylor, Hum Hamilton vs Mike Klulit:

WHAT HAPPENS UPNERLIeS Paul SchranU I.2611.I Ladd Cor. ft ble to |play! In the trurnev I D. \V. Ringers/ Ben Cluike (hn TcmlliiHon vs Bul Ingrain
A lOT TDWrtH + don l 418i, and Windle Iligglnboth. The |player with the higher brae Seer' Spent vs Extern: (.\'.untilHmlih I Il.'n I It bforll'I John Kelrsey-
WHAT NADDENfBEIDW am (464)) were chosen from the ,.OURNJtlG 9OV liiai; In each nuieli: will| ncme BIIIKIMIIs! Huh It,unset' Jim C'laik vs Tom Tillninn,,
,J Klwanls Senators Bobby Ferreira INI') ul I he ilillennie In his mill Jimihlirr \8 loin DIK'IV Hill Mellon vs Hindi S'onvAreiile : ,
jiAN I 3691.. Tommy Skipper )1.3481) and I his pptmeiit's, liiindlcnp! Strokes CUM l.eincnslfln John li.iMer J: Smilli vs Frank Lorn-.-
AI Talblrd ((4351 I will representthe NtT$ THKUOOr MOREON.4 will be given im holes designated, I 1'1;[ Hooper vs Jeff Honors.Al IlI"lghl.
Methodist Braves Eddie Justice ( AS ff 17MSS Of 0LAYS .- --- Hud i ne vs Will I er Preston II C t're.1ellln1 (/lfl SMSiumHeniutl
a' yauNC'SQUAESi
4w w A't y{ r'A i 44Bi and Billy Bui bunk I 344)) 4f /et ftP JL WHITI Rf6RGTATEVdE4V Idas M/4s(' by John[' Wilsliirc, the Iln..1I1manUI'r I diinn,: ,' <"1M'y'S L, K, :Nol.mI : VtlUun vs Newt l Hi'lxjTi.Ken .
were picked from the Jets, Wesley I 1-,1:, Junes vs Limiiie llulliiiii.w !'- rmeli.ind vs Bill R 111'r l 31' Douglas ((279)), Ronnie Me. tlAMl' AND FRESH WATtK fISffSports COMMISSIOlt/ / ., -A- in III. Viil liiewlun vs David Nit' V-
r '
I Donald (.240)) and Max Hord .1311( ) !MIHIII won till l4 Women's .\iiiluwlliin vs U'Mer Dnih.ini haunt T
chosen from the Cubs. David - -
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were Soltbiill till, atilt a duulilc III cm
Bowers ((243)) and AI Bennett I f day afternoon before they lost WI'dlll'Mla[ nlitlit of this CirkC -
I.3061) represent the Hornets and Iliclr second game the louinaHH'iit : | Mum'en' train In made up\ nl\' Kernimdlnii M
: : :: : IU'f: : '
a. Dwlght Key with an average of ., McDonald Cover blast. hugh school Kills nnd thrlr
a "' 1. L .261 represents the Rcdlegs. cri Ironic runs for Kernundlna be. athletic iiblllly |paid off for I lie
1 I Slants Water Heater !
/.r' If Fernandina wine on Wednesday fmc It1 us all user Special ::

A flood ii born-WhM forest night they will play Friday after. 6 I!
fires destroy the surface covert noon and the winner on Friday will line 01 l the more iinumial shots eeaergtMORE #:

.. travel. to Cocoa the. following.. week. I BY CURT GORDON in, golf, an eagle un a pnr tour 'I SPORTSON 30 Gal Gloss Lined Nationally
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----- ------ -- -- II I little, was mode by Ace Rejnoldi i;
II I I Ladies and Gentlemen It Is now Mullen shared In the toughness ul at the trial 1 links the part weekend Advertised 10 Year Warranty :
t Ii r tournament time for our Lltllo the night In his pitting cllort for Act: \hit; a fine second shot; I PAGE 12

If don't want } I I League and Senior League All.| the winners. We like the game be. right Into the cup im the tough i
you Star baseball teams. The Senior cause It ehous that Softball Is on :No; 10 hole, Witnessing the eagle II I $49FREE 00
-- -
League team will be playing at the upswing In Fernandina and with mixed emotions were Aees ,, --I
to repaint again the Naval Air Station Wednesday l should be better In years to come,. golfing buddies Sunny Sherirun I
y yIn I afternoon at two o'clock and our I 'ir! and Ybor Alvaret Admiration for
decade. .- Little League team will be taking l One of our old baseball buddiei the shut mid thagrln at the quirk RUBBERSTAMPS SOUTHERN GAS INSTALLATION .:
this I the field at Highlands In Jacksonville of a few years ago was In town munnor In which Are. Bellied the i'
: at seven o'clock Wednesday I this week and will. be for a couple! outcome of the hole i NO CONTRACTS NO GIMMICKS -
..' night. We can't see why we will of weeks. Red Dubose, the old ,
\
btr
LUCITE
use not have a tremendous delegationof second-Backer himself of the old NO STRINGS ATTACHED :
Probably' I the happiest man In i Any Size
/ followers for both ball games I Container baseball team Is hereto e ;II as'!
Alabama I Is Charlie Bryan
efautffaf
take In some of the fine Florida Any Shape
house paint new colors next Wednesday. fishing. The outstanding asset concerning when he left our fair city his Burl:' CALL OR COME BY :
-it' -it gess & Cook Softball team was In Inquire At
Red Is the fact that ht
Softball took some spotlight on first place In the City race, bill '
said he read our column every NewsLeaderPhone
New "LUCITE" goes on effortlessly, the sports pallet this neck as the week at his home In Washington. last week his former team belted i SOUTHERN GAS & FUEL CO. :
covers: wood, stucco, brick masonry Burgess 0Cooll. ;SAffball> team D. C. Since Red has been so nice their arch rival the Islanders for I .
cinder block. Dries In just one hour double loss to give the Bombersthe
Islanders ,
to form a weather.tight protective handed the first* double loss In''I we hope he catches all the fish he a 19M Softball Title, His fine I 21S-368B: 261-3B87: in: ATLANTIC AYE J 1MIONK 2f.l-l:{
In their battle for place
eat while visiting with usagain.
shield. No primer needed for repaintIf can I
old paint Is in good shape LuCIT*' the league standings. To add to I early season efforts- ---.were- -upheld-- -. ___ __.____. _. ._._ I _ _._ _
Brushes and hands clean: up Nou.. 1aa4 their string of 'vt etoegN the Bur. I frft

last and easy with lust water a+Awrr.+ 1 1r r eras fc Cock I tnm vent on to win Lefty Joe Thrift tossed the Far .
of this I -
two more on Monday night
nandlna American Legion Post 54
8.55 week. The of the week was
game
tONLY OAU j team Isle contention In the American -
the B&C-KAC game when Paul

the Hanson game blasted 2-0 for a home B&C.run Lyons to win of st-'god this Legion week Tournament In Jacksonville.bring, LAST SIZZLING WEEK! FORD DEALERSPECIALS

NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. KAC had pitched a tremendous Thrift tossed* handed a neat Fletcher nix-hitter a &asFrrnnndln .0

game until that point In the sixth -
1129 South 8th Street Phone 261.3648 defeat Monday. Our talent report
but his mound opponent J. D
that Fernandlna has lost one
land won. another In the double. 1ti


\ FERNANDINA BEACH I elimination We did*not tournament.get Hrtr the correct name I, SUMMER SizziERY

: of the person that caught the fish I I
but reports were that a six-font

"JEWEL' of FLORIDA'S CROWN sail flab! WM caught off Nassau ,
Sound this week from Jack Kind's
, : boat. Other reports find that a 65. ,
BEACHES' pound tarpon was caught from "
: Norm Alday's boat over the week. ;
: :
Directory Furnished By These !Merchants and Business Men _: end It appears that fishing In
{ I Ii Fernandlha Beach Is getting bet.


i, B E W IS E' Subur" i ir ter. ,tf -tr -tr I i

Alan Kirk Callarmn basketball
TIE I 5 Gas Co. coach. Is teaching swimming at
r; "Porcelainize" Propane the Recreation Center and will

f SERVING ALL I carry a team of 33 boys and Kills j
to Jesup Georgia on Wednesday
NEEDS IN
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES tt JETTIES YOUR __
,6 LP GAS AND for a swimming' battle The buys _
.j LONGER THAN Add $5 Ml.etes Fer GAS APPLIANCES and girls are from the aura of I :
i. ORDINARY WAX JOB four-up. Another meet Is set fur {;
; Iren..dlu B.rbor 7 South 7th St : Friday with a St. Marys. Georgia c -
LASSERRE MOTOR Phone 261. 661 team.
I 'I *
CO. .,q i BIGB LOW I Mike Pikula and Cluude Hiuker'! 4.
T H KIN I G '
261.311' came up with a good one this
S. 8th 8t Ph
l FrIday July 17
J week as a couple of people from I
PHOTO SHOP FORD HARDTOP I Pocket a fat saving on one of our big
s Finland were visit Ing Fernandlna i
1 2:13: a.m. 8:43: a.m Galaxie hardlops. Enjoy{ longer intervals between scheduled
mills. One of the
the
and
paper
n 3:12: p.m 9:24: p.m. amt W.dID" his I service than In any other cars in Ford' class.
Going Fishing? uses.IDI men went fishing and lost ,
Saturday, July 18 rUm rJ Portraits teeth and since he already had
trouble speaking the engllsh hn. I
Visit U. For 3:01: a.m. 9:33: a.m. PholO N AppotnBy only'Dt guago, the lost teeth made It more ,

Complete Lino Of 4:06: p.m 10:18: p.m tappuesMotyy1d... difficult. The story goes that a ,
....'.. .. ....
Fishing Tackle fisherman at the Ocean Pier found
I Rods 'Bee" Sunday, July 19 I the teeth and to notified the puhlle !

Outdoor Camping 4:00: a.m. 10:22: a.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. I and Pikula investigated Since the I!
'
EqulpHt 4:56: p.nt. 11:10: p.nt. Phone 261.4586 Finns had departed Mike mailed
; the teeth to New York In time for

FIRESTONE Monday, July 20 I the visitors before leaving the vn.1Itt'd
, Rowland s Slates. This Is news but we
BEACH SUPPLY 4:52: a.m. 11:10: a.m. don't know If It will come under

111 Atl'ntlc Aua 2I1.USJ 5:43: p.m. 11:59: p.m UPHOLSTERY the categoric of sports or not.
DO YOU NEED <
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Tuesday, July 21 NEW COVERINGS Olt CLPAI. Our report fnm Bill Mtlt
5H: a.m. 11:57: a.m ..t RNITUSE TOtS Fcrnandlna's gift to the pmlm.slimal and king the savings. on America quality proved middle-
Your 6:26: p.m eATaNew COVES/ baseball world Is thul he size car. Your choice of three optional V,8 s. ..
has been In twelve bull names,
Wednesday, July 22 rolIglla won live and lost four lie has j I .
Ad Here FREE ESTIMATES pitched 66 Innings allowed 6.1 hits, :i ai. 0.
6:27 12:46
a.m.
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We Pick Up and Deliver 42 runs, only 28 earned ruin,
7:07: p.m. 12:41:
p.m.
walked 41 and struck out 52 but.

Will Be Seen Thursday, July 23 Porter & Lovequist a ters.poor McRae Qulncy Is the Illinois lop pitcher ball club.on 'I _

7:10:1 a.m. 1 :30 a.m. General Contractor. I McRae came: up through our alh-

7J.I: p.m. 1:23 p.m SPECIALTIES cite program in Fernandlna as !; :
By 7 500 WOODWORKING fan* can remember he was a little :
Friday, July 24 PLASTIC $IRFACING leaguer, Babe Ruth, High School '
a.m.CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS and American Legion player be. 'I
7:50: a.m 2'10: :
Rea d : ITCHES AND B.'TH fore being signed to a professional
ers 8.19: p.m. 2:03: p.m. REMODELING I contract by the Kansas City Alh. ,
Complete Showroom 1 letlcs. FALCON HARDTOP I Save on the only compact with twice ,
1'kIa c: Color Coordination I a year(or 6000.mile)maintenance, America plushest com ..
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Every Week'! CNIt A o.oa.ue. surveyFor; Phone 261.3068 Ricky Oliver of the Senior Ua.gue pact ride new style famous Falcon economy. t

All-Stars might miss the (S League Tournament because I I

of being operated on for apptn.dicltis ,
this week. Oliver' bat will '

FUN IN THE SUN be team.missed by the Senior League I I LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYYOUR


.: AT FERNANDINA BEACH ; iftr >tiRed
Bean was proud of his .\merlcan I
FISHING BOATING SWIMMING Legion tram this. week as FORD DEALER SINCE 1910
they battled down to the wire In '
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIYIN' American Legion Tourney. I I'I'he

j js Our Post M lasted until Wl'lln".1 ,

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News Room at t 3:30 p.m" Hank Sides Instructor Newa-Leader. Fernandina teach\ Florida Thursday, July 1G, 1961 Page Nine '
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that she can be suckered Into buyIng body odor, athlete' foot hook.
Sub.Teen Club In the Came Roomat anything If she Is coiine>d Into worm, falling hair, beastly iiiUr: ,
7:15; p.m.TIIVRSDAY. SEE FLORIDA THIS SUMMER thinking she Is getting a b.iituin aches, pain, tension, heartburn
The Rec CenterBY JULY 23rd So they come up wllh variety of cavities, dandruff, Irregularity
trick eilfcrs They oiler so much backache
pimples constant: and an
Adult Ceramics In the Art Room
Everglades Offer Unusual Scenic ViewsI olf on t this and so much alt on I that upset stcirniich
at 3:00: p m., Hank Sides, Instruc. "
SANDY DcSANIHCO Inc, but they never tell her olf of No matter how often we bathe
lilt RSDAY/ what. They throw coupons around/ or how much deodorant
JULY 16th SUNDAY Jl'L19th Adult Ceramics In the Art Room we use
Mull Ceramics In the Art Room Lutheran Church Service In theConference at 7:15: p.m" Hank/ Sides, Instruc. like confetti and advertise ('VI'I'Y.thhlA our laundry Is so dirty and smelly
,,00 p.m" !Hank Sides, Inslruc. I tor. from soap to clog lewd s'new" that no single determent will get It
Room
at 8:30 .
: am and "Improved"Trim
Teen Club In the Game Room at even halfway clean, We must use
Adult Ceramics la the Art Room MONDIY: JULY % hCeramles 7:15: p.m.Senior i regular packages they advanced fit least t five other softeners, white

al' 'Up: .,m" Hank Sides, Instruc. 1 ((9.11)) In the Art Room Citizens Club In the Conference to "Big", Family', "Jumbo' tiers and purifiers In addition If we
lor at 3.00 p.m., Hank Sides, Instruc. Rotm at 7,15: p.m. S and "Giant' size and stulled don't want our laundry to come out
Teen Club In\ the Game Room at tot Municipal Pool Hours/ Public r the packages with everthing' Horn with that telltale gray" or with
;'13 pmSurfers. Adult & Teen Ceramics In the Art Swimming glasses, towels and dishes to horse "body grease" around the collar
Room at 7;IS p.m? Hank Sides blankcMs No matter how ni.uiy and perspiration stains under arms
Club Muting In the Dally 2:15: to 4:45: p.m,
Conference Room at 715: p.m, I, Instructor, Evenings 7:13: to 9,:45 p.m? except heavy premiums they hid In the The soap we use lathers like tho
Island Squares Club In the Audi Sundays grab bag package! you could he jaw of a mad dog to start with and
HtHMY
JULY 17lh lorium at 7:30: p.m. atMired It contnlmxt mure e IIf the before (the bar of soap Is half used!
Sub-Tccn Club 11the Game Jaycees In the Conference RoomI Family Night on Fridays (children product than ever be'lore! II U so hard and worthless) that you
Itimm at 7:15: p,m. I I at 8:00 must be accompanied by .
: p m.TUESDAY rb Nobody knows how many hundreds might as well try and bathe with Ipll'I'
)Nassau; adult)
County She-rHTs
Water JULY 2Ut I rift eif millions of coupons they of herringbone! but retnom.
Patrol Certoon Show In the Admissions: lie Students, 35c =wt
Audi
Painting for Leisure In the Art I yt Mattered over' the? country. but II her, the housewife who bought the
turlum 7:30: to 9:30 p,m. Adults
SUIRDAY. JULY 18th Room al 7:15: p.m. I n few swindlers operating in erne stuir (gut 1H( e>lf.I .
I mall) area could tithe them for
Barbershe' In the Cunfcr.
Teen Club In the Game Room ppors ,
at Classified advertising linage has
hundred million& dollar
ence Room at 8.00 I i I over one
7.13 p.m
p.m.Cottllion tripled since 1145 according to
think what they could have duneIt
Dance Club In WEDNESDAY, JULY 22nd .WATCHFOR
the Classified Advertising( Managers
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I I they had been operating nationwide
Auditorium al 9:00: p.m. _1 Ceramics <((12-141< \ In the Art I Association I It makes you shudder I
-- sot 1 th'
But the coupon and "bo much\
oil" printed on their pus' kuges area K.TURNING.
mire trifle to their enterprming) /
Year 'round radio and television ('I flirt. If a
phoned chanced to tune In Imagine
the Impression he would gel of I the
wondeiful world we live In.

He could not help but assume I

Conditioning and Heating I est thai, slUktlewt we were humans the dirtiest In stlllkinl/'l/ CARS

Now SI'lw UnitTh
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universe We have had breath
Florida Cvcrglsdtl ors unlqus In this world a saw,,,.. marsh dotted with hammocks
., palm and subtropical' growth that extends from coast to coast and from Labs Oktochoboo I I
to the top of the Florid ptnlnsula.I Tho Evorglados II are ono of many riaions Governor Fords: f
Bryant and tho Florid Oovtlopmsnt; Commission sea urging Floridiant to vacation In theme
own state this summer

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Why Use A OnlyWall -- Too Late- -- I

Container Corporation Completes

I To Classify I i f

Heater $20 Million Paper Mill Expansion

$2Q79 lit RUSSELL: KAY

Or I Completion of a $20.mllllon, two. I i I Previously devoted chiefly to the i Txinse; ( me for laughing bill
WindowyUnit year expansion program at the production of solid bleached milfale
: it when I picked up my paper today
I Brewton, Alabama, paper mill of I "food board," the Brcwton mill
PER MONTH mod linriufl Hint the giants of Am-
America will divide Its volume equally
Container Corporation of now
When You Can oleo Industry had been laken to
was announced this week by LeaH I between solid bleached paperboard I l the tune eif over a hundred millionbucks
Schoenhofcn, president and and corrugated llnerboards Tho
by a group of smart swlnd.
chief executive officer. The new mill currently produces 125,000 tons '1
Go First Class here, I Just couldn't hold back the
NO facilities will Increase by one-third of food board annually: and will\ I sully lean of mirth
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the company's production of liner match that volume In lincrboard In ,
: Not that I condone thc swindlersbut ,
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With A board (or corrugated containers 1965 making an annual total pro. It Is awfully hard to feel overly
total of ductlon of 250',000 tons of
and will double the output paper
PAYMENT : I I sorry for the poor clucks that took
the Brewton mill. board productsThe I the rap i for such heavy dough, I For Your Valuable Papers
Included In the Brewton expnn-l new Beloit paper machine : .
1 In my book they had it 1 coming 1 ,
r DOWN.----? lion program was the Installation produces a 196-Inch wide sheet of they went out on a limb asking; forIt I GET ONEI
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CentralDuct of a new Bclolt paper machine llnerboard at speeds up to 1,000 I with the bright-eyed, buxhy-tull.,
which can produce more than 4(101(
tons of corrugated lincrboard dally:\ feet, per minute To house the new ed 1>I.ldIHo1Avcnuo boys edging

,.. The pulp mill and paper mill sec- machine, CCA built a two-story I them on.
Kor some time now I these same
lions were expanded and additional building containing 114,000 square I
Includes 2 Ton ml'l'l'hnl1lllklnlloIllInt.. hive been
/ FLORIDA National
and rd facilities I Bankat
power group woody a feet. The new structure 75 feelby (
playing lust and loose with I the I
were built The program was ?I30 feet has an expcscd sled f American; housewife with their:
Air Conditioner /"
t\ engineered by Eastern Corporation,
Y, rrtmW structure with large brick 1 I hard sell, knock 'em down and at F.m.ndln.S.ach
System! With 5 Outlets : Atlanta I panels and a pre-cast slab roof drag 'em to the cash register,
I The $20-mllllon outlay represents I sales elfnrt.
deck Ground fcc the
building
was
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.Q.A expansion and modernization broken In November, 19(12 and Installation I They huve operated on the theory
I I being conducted by of the machine was completed thai the American housewife has
program
....... .. lust month the mentulily ol a half-wit and
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,I I Container Corporation. Last month |I. -- u. . . ..
the company announced completion
CALL FOR of the $5 million modernization of
I Its mill In drtlevllle. Ohio Con I

FREE ESTIMATENO I talner Corporation, the world'
largest producer of papcrboin

OBLIGATION I packaging operates 125 plants andi RE-ELECT A COMMISSIONEROF
i mills In the U.S. Latin Ameilcaand ,I
Western Europe, The company

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS F CO.) operates shipping container a paperboard plant mill In f'cr and.

nandina Beach.Schuenhofen 1 .
said completion of ,

TELEPHONE 225-5146 TODAY YULEE, FLORIDA, the: Brew ton expansion program PROVEN ABILITY .
will result In s significant increaseIn
the production of llnerboard for :
use by Container Corimrallon
shipping container fabricating
plants. Installation of the Beloit'
machine and addition of new housing ,
for the equipment were conceived .
as an Integral purt of the I ONE WHO KNOWS YOU

YOU KNOW ? I Brcwton facility when It was originally :
DID I built In 1T:>6, "Completion
of the program," he said "will
help Container achieve more

I I clent The, well-rounded new Brewton operations paper rm'l AND KNOWS YOUR CITYAs

will supply linerbourd (for the comI -

I I pony's container fabricating plants !
In the southeastern part of the
I I
. ,I country. In all the new
will Increase Brewton
Business Under A Fie under root from 364.000 laCIIIIIC'j

I I to 584,000. a native son, educated in the local

. titious Name Unless The Name Is Registered

II I U.S. Civil ServiceExamination I ,,t t school system, and the father of three


SetA children who will grow up here, I have a t
Read This Florida Law.
I new examination fur rood mid I II II
I Drug Officer has been announced great deal at stake in the future of Fern-
by the U S. Civil Service Lommls.; 0

"It shall: he unlawful for any person or persons as defined herein to engage In I sion for tilling position* piymu, M andina Beach.
from $7OJO to $1 .665 a year: In the I II
business us herein defined, under a fictitious/ mime as herein defined, without and I I Food and Drug Admlnlstrjtiun In

unless Raid fictitious name shall be registered with the clerk of the circuit: court of I Washington, D, C. metropolitan I

the county where the principal place of business is l which registration shall consistof I I area.Persons appointed to theseposi. 1 1I 1 If reelected I will bend every honest and

filing with the clerk aforcsiid:!: an nff.id.nlt signed by nil Interested persons, ;, tlllns111 work requiring perform scientific prulcshlonul knowledge I fair effort to making that future one of

staling under oath the name of all those interested in the business:! enterprise, the In connection with the overall en.

extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business la forccment of food) drug, cu'metie progress and prosperity
and related laws, orders, and rcg.ulations '
carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto .

in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or their In. I No written test Is required. To 4
engage I qualify, applicants must have had
tcntion to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive appropriate education, or a combination -

weeks In some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration ent experience or education The experience and pertln-may WHEN YOU VOTE ON JULY 21 FORt

Is to be made, and said registration; shall not be accepted by the clerk of the I have been acquired In food drug,
and related law enforcement work
receiving proof of such publication. I
circuit court except upon 1 or In a business or Industry that Is

subject to regulation by food!, drug,
related laws.Appi4allons JOHN D. TILIAKOS
or
If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than I for these positionswill

IN accepted until further notice
Your Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd and must be filed with the Boardof
U. S. Civil Service Examiners You Will Vote For A Man Who Is Attuned To ProgressAnd

See Your Attorney For All Necessary Informa I Food and Drug Administration,
Registered, 'I Washington D C. 20204 Full de. Is Ever Mindful Of The Taxpayer And His Wishes
Should Do. tails are given In Announcement
To What You h
tion As No. 334.U.
Announcements and appropriate
application forms may be obtained Your Vote And Support Is Solicited And Will Be Greatly Appreciated

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER from many post offices located t
throughout/ the country or from the
United Slates Civil Service Com1mission. Paid. P"I' '. Adv
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JACISOJIVJUB{ ; | Zlltt and
dri>hi (rent oral' anukc In' DorMa I
are ccmparaUvtly rate, but the
Slate Board of llPi'lh' ketpa/ run-II
"'/111/ anally of aiillvrmn scrum Mdo
20 "hcispiMft' pi iRM cm'nil ccn- I
tens lu I) cUUt over I the elate
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"Tli"." aaUJ Dr. William T. I 5a
&,\'der, slate health off ccr, 'vtnnm ,1.;., :.:,lN.v.. lows:.,. t
"-TIIII-be obtained by fast car wiihln I .. {; :,x;+;;;i:6: QU NTITY'GHTS RESCRVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 18TH

30 mlnulri frr 00 per cent of HIT : ,;;,};rti WINN.OlXia TOeIINa, COPYHIOI4T' -11M
Haifa' piihijnn' A bile victim i
IK 41YTS r GRADE "A" FROZEN LARGE BAKING OR STEWING
can Ret Information meat' quicklyby f4 / QUICK ,
ccntadlnii( Iii. rnunly hr-allli departmcnt : .
imless "lie already know ;::; \ I '
I the lucatiin I el a nearby pol ROIl +} ,;, };; {.a,;e1 :

QonlMil ('enter." ;;p:<;y f:;>.; )_. .. .
No coral snake bllo donfii have Hens.I: .
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keen reported In Hnrida Blnee 10GI'. : 3
One bile hat bern repirlcd' so far
Jhn year but five were ported ,
hut year
Lost year, Ihree prrtont died 01 v+' W D Brond LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORTRibs,
make bile all rattleri liD far .
this year, there have been three .- ,
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dratlm: one by a ratter! cio, by a i 29
? chuck "
finrcatln and inc by a cnbri.; The! REG. 39*. ... FISH FILLET. +*T LB
cobra death was a suicide. la pate
'- uUIIIY. Perch. (.i ? ::' Lb 23'REG .

All torvitier last year there were 1 _100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH WDRESHER: Ny LEANER. .'GROUND:
HI /lilies rep rtcd: CI by flitter 69t" ,COPELAND' COUNTRY LINK ; ST M s .
U by Duccasto, 1 by copptyftead. roast '. "
Sausage. 59 .LB
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;A: M bj> pygmy rattler, 9 by coral...' Lb. Beef 5. : T
91 were unldrnllllrd. There were 277 REG.:29E: EA" '
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bite! reported in |!%2. COPEl/ND ; .PKG.
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The coral nuke/ li the meat Lunch 2pkgs49'BOLOGNA MAIDSauce
MEAT f SAVE 5; EACH .:;THRIFTY .
deadly In Florida although thereIn ( PICKLE, SOUCE, UVER CHEESE). $1
., 3CANSv
lemt likllhn of bring billet) by + Apple ( '
one Thin Is because the snake la R(G: *St SUf4NYLAND FRESH PORK I \ '
eo slaw to arouse and b-cause It bllMraldfr '
a I :: than strikes. Thus, It 'mutf :Sausage. Lb. 39 SAVE 5*, EA THRIFTY MAIDSwt. ALASKA OR URGE
get its teeth! around an object such 1
A .. a* a fln l'r. It cannot got IU iaelh, REG 59* PALMETTO FARMS PIMENTO Peas SCANS .
Into a Hut surface. Cheese49'' .

t: Crnl vcnrm aifcrtt lie acryouilyslcm SAVE Wt EACH .'THRIFTY-MAID WK OR CS
while that of a raUJcf M 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK-QUIK CUBE 303
a .10
moccasin breaks &wa red blood... Corn
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.; cnrpusclei, A coral snake "blld. Vtf- Steaks 10 Steaks 89 . .'

.... Urn must have aerum In M "kpwr' .
or droll h I alm-at' certain. McKENZIE FROZEN Green Peas Block Butterbeans Limos Cut Corn & MixedVegetables SAVE 8* EACH HAWAIIAN .
=: The board gets Ui serum directly ; y s, .6-oz. $

from a firm In Brazil, Hit lily -, Punch .:. :. 4 CANS 1.
: place In the world where It It
manufactured, 2- $1' '1 SAVE 10*.u DEEP SOUTH
"The board citmt sill toe: sere ,a" : :
f urn, I IJ mutt be dlspentcd/ free1 #t\ayonnal.eoT.:39;
Dr. Sawder sad: "The rum' ti
: not licensed for tale 'In Ibis einptry 'AS1'ORFRESIiFROZEN;: FLORIDA CONCENTRATE: '
SAVE 4H EACH KLEENEX FAMILY
but we feel we t1'a''rid' save ilvct If <
\ we can A pcmn bitten by a coral t P 10

v .: serum nuke will It \administered almost surely In die time uhleu: The'cram "Orange Juice 4 CANS 6-oz. 9 t,9' I / : Nap "s. :

: we have \Is effective .n4 V? : REG:. 2/2S*. DIXIE DARLING DINNER .
1 .- bid I that every effort tliotiU' )II p> : ;

i .. I used at to poialblo"Bd It ta a victim; ai qukk.ly :MORTON; FROZEN READY TO .SERVE. ALL FLAVORS Rolls' .. . PKG: 10xREG :

The cent snake li slender and '
1ill grows to about 20 Inc:,let. It U I &t i v'DIXIE I ;DARLING POUND
btauUul reptile and m at, aU"M- Cream PiesASTOR 2FGilY t9' '

1 live to child!en, Its note 'li black Cakes., ..PKG.19"
7. and Ui red and yellow bands touch, .. \
t being separated' by black baiula, r r "" w1 rl
=
"f""r--! -1 :r1==r r-t---
U lutkt lo cool tpJa. usualuu] /, : .. .
.-. dcr rath, stifles or p:a'ikf. Rarely, .
a freak coral many be en',tier color 1 ,} 1 / 1 1r
: The false coral hat a red: note i i
end bind! bAnds e me between! hared 1 / 1 r 1 1 ,
.. and yc:lew bands One type of DIY 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 / h> .
.. king snake rcein.but\ the .false ,
: coral'. I

M I I i i i pppBISB i s r I 'J ;'I_1 I I\

M 1 1 1 yry, Tjy4 1 / 1 .... .
HEALTH Y I Icss 'I': -FLOUR.err.

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Lr0P1 .; ASTOR ASTOR INSTANT ; MAX. HOUSE = KRAFT BLUE or WHITE ARROW STANDARD GOLD MEDAL
Ir \I\

,r COFFEE COFFEESave r'Ma'i aise I DETERGENT TOMATOES I FLOUR
;:, MI'x,1 W ryeUWr yt rl"IIYIIN! .
., Y.ur dune.; .L.Nd...,.".Nr,1rM.nr1r.1 : ..,..,.",... .ad: t. ; 'Sdve ,18. 1 1-Lb, Con = .l 10' .. 10-oz. Jar Save 36< 10-oz. Jar J Save I0< Quart' I Save l II l .Giant Box Save 3Y20 303 Con I Save l lOt" 5Lb. Bog


;:.; CHRONIC DEFINED aLNECS 5911 $1 19 I $139 491481 9 491.

: from The Ilit word Orfrk chronic wad" )la clrolin derived:', i i ; '

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.. ,lwh i J 1
1 means lime >A rlirdnic '
;
.. 'dil...... In nirdirine It IJ IHnrrf Comport Quollty And Prlc'' J Limit 1 with $5. order or more I Limit I with $5. order or more {Deep South Mayonnaise qt' 39< J 'Compare Wash.and Price Limit 3 with $5. order or more' .Save ot this speciol price

.. Ubtloitiriliirarton 1 diiene ncm--tn-'ii'Otlpusrll|one, from i iu Af><*w cite:.itch hr4me I the dl J'|. I ;:::::!: :: -= -. -=1:=J--.l-J; : j fc=i =. JUaZ 6 i J
patient ruher dire or recoverscompletely
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within I limited EXTRAS Grade "A" Pmebreeze Medium \r5EGGS
.. time. -
and Some l conilitmni typical arc chronic arthritis Oi\'fnv and> 1171 N,..GREEN.t!.STAMPS rNNNW r Dm'' ."'

rhemiiHtmm. hllnclne*, ra itcr, RICH Two, Rxe1.aHOCAEehlre R.oeN
heart and circulitory i:nrjM,
cerebral palsy, dinlifUi. el|',ilcpay 2/98
Impaired. licanni. me mil III. AEkr. ;: oooo TMBU larH YOUR COPY OF THE NEW 4"/"

Item, multiple( .nclerom. poliuami .UNYWINNII." 41 GREEN STAMP IDEABOOK .

tuhercaloals.The clirniucally III prfui) UfU FRESH FRESH
ally 'I diHuUed, ul Icoat 1 15 ,' af EXTRA
degree. althouKlt minv can vet I EXTRAt FLORIDA down
Mountain
about and even be elf.pnort-! t d7l GREEN STAMPS d f GREEN STAMPS ALL 3 Doz.$1
:: Ing. There are an entmiMed i* Irt f Hi ohAM MD IMUWt 0* aM w..vy..x,nw,.,r
million prriun in the United I TH.'f P.0.. FOOHN 1I. WORTH Oil' WHITI.

ol States' chrome auffcrmg,.illness.from(If(rums lln" limn-form I 810"13/1.; : : / Candy stringbeans
her tome one and a half mdliun lJl: Oooo TNKU JULY IITHONI ht AES: GDDa TNeli JUL' IITNA
art Invall.... Incapable ul' getting 42 4S \
} 'NY WIMNpll"
"
ANY WIMN.1tll"
;: 'about With the r older i increase FRESH WHITE SEEDLESSGrapes..ii_
In the numher of prrtona
and the greater Incidence of'
: chronic illneti in Idler year, the I yMXTRA I EXTR A 29x
number of chronically ill will d7l GREEN STAMPS

.. undoubtedly f In addition increaie to older perioni, PAN a;:-Or*KfADIO, e.oreN .M ON.ut4 MIr.r.N:Nq...CAN.wx.r FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET
: ,children and young adiilti area Shrimp $179 Reat Kill
aloo subject to chrome illnemei 89 229 I
-.. arthritis Rheumatic tuherculoin fever. heart and disease. polio, Y/i aN. GOOD" Axr TNHU YAMNOIIIIe JULY tiT 41GJtEEN GOOD TNOU au.rITx,d C orn 8 EARS 5 9;

are among I the of chronicditeanei AT 'NY WINN Ntll
: : ..n1 i ; U peraont FRESH FIRM RIPETomatoes

.-. Chronic. IIIneM prenenti many. EXTRA I EXTRAw
: prohtemi. Health aiuhnnttei c1... !.STAMPS. d7l GREEN, STAMPS 7CTNS. 39x:
.. state that the two major; aiierti: IoM IN.W"r ww.w.xr{ t .

-- are cart prevention and rehabilitation of the ilxeate of thoM and HOLLOW TWO RaeN01N HOUVK rurpio VITALIS Y.yA CNCICS. T HAIR ot, ;I,1 ONIO U. S. NO. I YELLOWOnions
'
who are ill or diujbled, Ao nsedtcat Pepper 2l"Oooa I TRA LAR" TOOTNRAITa
,
I/ANA.
=: science li keeping people NK"W.f". TMKU JULY tarn Oooe Txsu ,Tubs7 Jul.. I 3 29x
r alive for longer period. lli. attendant 11 ,
Ar AllY WIxN Ngl "
Ar AM wNN.I1N r !
problem .itch at chronic 31alL'IM"/yxwmlt141EiiP
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illneti be and
must mil over
: come.


.:. The Florida Biard! of Con.scrviloo .. The Smart Place To Go. FOP Good Thingsre. I ai'r'...ii!'' 5.

: ., ( hat of the field slate officer who In enforce every section bag .. I I

)liana on lourI m fish: tarpon !
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" : and MIl". twe day: mask four

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.. 3 BEDROOM 1'i balhs 2 larg NAl1'RtiS! WANTED: over II PUBLIC NOTICE I w ...e a ropy thereof upon the Plain throne North Nahtvnlne d.,,,.., ulei Went (IN 11'I ".11".41'1
PUBLIC NOTICE .
.WAt- T tilt or Plulntllti Attorney whor (IN Iv on* minute Weal (Nun d*- iilonf Ik* Hn dividing Rertin-i! II
AD RATES lots Small equity Also aircondltloner Apply In person at Seaside Inn U 41 WI lln. F
NOTICE or SALE iv ."to nun'IT Coils or THE name"" and ddi ii : (reel tiling th dlvldIIIR / and U hued
.5 piP nord ,,. nlitlngm 261-3922 Ih tli Notice I I la hirebv g van Dial 'purlutnt I iiirui. : :
t1Vl: .. I. of three him!Ire,I forty nine nlbealnnlnl
in a tlnil Decree "ol Foreilietil tar HOKUM 1 IN AM I nda Till Dull ling ini-e xllha, I/.9781( > feel to a point
Card .f Think. Kwuli.*aul VERNON! : LEE STABLLgT ;Tiuiw WIIITE LADto care fur cliUdrto i '* inured In e.uu. numlauiMl *.M. Km oj"'M'II CIIINTV' IN tllS: .'irkinnvllle 1. K irimcr uul .MvcniyiiK hundredths (14117m nnillllnf from the tnnd y.
Similar NiitlcnM In the Circuit Court n( "' ...*'.. ''"UnIV ( lillY CASK NO IMIIHttAHT not I., than July tTih, IJ64 If vmio fuel to a .point. : tun thini North thus den'rlhed nil Ihnt part nfthtliwg frluhl
horses by the hour Uf Phuic 20140'Jl! 3l-JIG, 23 Fliriua, I ,ale Mil 14.. pruiMiity A PtrCHhON and KTHRVN full In do Icre Pro Confeno Mill lltvfiur, rtfii! .flllv' nilnulu ol way nl U .. HIl
pa* wwrf ILM .(.>..M 30c iltuaicd In NJUIU Cuw.y, Fluuda, 4 HURION, Hln vilrPLAlNTIFrl .b* entered against, you fur lea reliii tan".Mconcll tail (IN 84 difriai 61IU ': Number I \\nlch hat been Included:;
Cal 261-3K86 or 2HMB87: Jnbed .1: I I demanded In" laid complaint The El: a di4.,-* 0' Ilv. humlradeifhty Ui* trirt ol land thus ermve'edemtlnine
: North Oa. Half > flu'she I Vf, nslure ni laid lull being for tuncloiir ivn and Bin* tinihi (1187, Iwo and Iwentyfiveyuntndlhs
DEEDED!: 3 Inca
or place ad at office FOR RENT DISTRIBUTORS ,, BIurN I otn Ftun/r.d::: Rluy' Arose! lhIP"ON..I .1.l I on in* lIn.II'o dewribid' proper. ti foil to a point: In the inter ofthe (Ip JIll| acre more or
and surrounding territory b: ., : .; pavement of 8 HighwayNu
three .211I1 1 1 FERNANOINAcirumf as NOTICE or II'IT to illu ited In nt NarYu leaaWITNFS. >
Sll Ash Street ." the ofUtlil 1 U said I anal l gut of O'I'aida. i,Ix-r. I: run ihenre &',ulh, f:irtvIK "* '
hour weekly Ane 18 0. Reply! to ::: pint I TIT: STATE: Of FLORIDA TO: more purlin mv hnn'1 end "f *
,.. ; : unit lacuvilby described digress, ilxl* n mlnulm Cudma '
City ai hlhuaas I/"O"I'IC arty aaA : nl
--- -- FURNISHED UPTOWN ] WIMIAM bKLAHFrl: Hml Ihe
roon' to Box 2441 J Jjiksnnvlllo Ma. Jr..llrl 1: to 01.11'1:1: uiung the e." C"umy Flop
the l Ilirlda >ad CuupjuyIn I .r".. 1'.IInn. tract of land I In Sections II and ndlnalienrhuNusa u .
apartment, ulllillcs washing! m. 7-I, 9, IS, 23p loot std enlarged. revliel and R, rIAINt. "li AnER. Residence 12 lun>hlp 4 North, Rung Ukjs lor 11 mid pavement. a dlMunc i f n U day ol '
FOR SALE chine Also beach rentals Phont ----- reliaued by tin Fist tutu Town Lrnrov.menl unhnnun. I | OU ..., I li rid.i hair hundred nlnllv Hie and fifty lit Irtie .bll'roxu:
Company" In I*;.? anil You and each of era hereby parllculurty I described li kin hundndlhi I4H6MI I fret to a iREALi Cirruil; ,, ?
261-4642 W. I. McCranie. tf< you /mme poolnl where the center of th* mid OXLEY Clerk :
1901t noluicd 'i' ? : :
thug suit hm Blinn (HidBUInM P'II .tu11rb4 CneWt
GOOD PIANO ran be seen'at 731 WANTED < public lute, to the hlflml ant! I "n rnl It .inlerueelod by the F'urh .
you In the ahoy entilled hoe a point of beginning commenceit line : and 'cor'' Nnne"
SMALL UNFURNISHED house bent cash, it the main ontrunc tllvlillnf I Sec-lit I U and IInfurei 01 Flnrldn.n a
14th SI bidder fee
So 261-4458. Hurt Ihit
J16, 23cFURMSIIFD gnu are hrrehy reo'Ir"d I Ire nrncr common to Heillimi Flnrtdn
I Mrs, Halle Shell k Id, J16, 23r : < of the Namuu County! C .un in rili your annvrr wlih t". II. II II ant 14 In lit. T vn.hliund > ,nUlim, *,); run tliem Nell I i Cuunl 196, 71. I
bourn In Fernnnrllnu lleich briefer clerk;' of tin Circuit Court and In K iii|. udirenieiilliuwd und run pill Iv ninir ooxitei, intyini mln ,,9
TWO BEDROOM WOKING FOR oceanfront home In\ II:(10 a m,, unit 2 (00 pm? on the MtlfcoVa" ._ ,
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house Shady lot Call 2C14GR3 TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Fernandina Beach Two bedrooms\ I / *. I -

ICe house at hive Puiuu. 261-U03. and dining room a necessity Will IvCLERK CIRCUIT.() OUItTYMAHON

tic > consider Ut t to build. Box 1MRumson \, bfliATIOHU ,

Alnmlmm' travel Irillrr, soil at FURNISHED: : APARTMENT: by :.N:.. J:. .__ Ue It Attorney :\llv 2,8(
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few pi'Ice for quick sale 23.1- I _. _---..:

KM; JIBcel' I rates week Call or ?61 month..4J2Q. lUasonnbli tic SITUATION I PlJfllIC NOTICE "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE


VOLVO PV 544 new dm TWO DEPROOM DOUSE Just NOTICK MAKE': OF APPLICATION INTKNTIONTO ,

Price $675.00' 565 So I WANTEDI umriiAHr.Briomn :
Fletcher ton FINAL
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painted$ llo! Hours. 261 33.W. STATITF* '
or Call 261 5378.
Ife| I J1lp IN fOI,H* <>r INK (VtNTY JUIMIF.
-- I :\IIDPLE.ACF.P WHITE! lady NASSAU' CIHNT1, NT"TH OlIUIKIDA

SELL OR TRADE equity In H34 NICE 3 BEDROOM unfurnished needs regular work Rcstsuraut, IIt. ',lele.5nlla IN rRoiUTP.Ta BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE:

Chevrolet 63,000 aclual mien:\ house Call 2614214 tfc : Motel lIollsc.\I'ork. baby s'ltlng'! 1 a re a, CbadYlek. D..........

for I later model car Call\ anytime Iron in my home lOc piece Call All Hliom It May after 4.30 UPS'1'Al-N4' FURNISHED: apartment li hereby (Ivan that Fllta
p.m. 2C14361J16c: after 4 CO p m. Reference. 281. beth. C Dressier tiled ha final riwWHi
Call 2bl.46j. tic 5:0:::: or 2(>1.S3S9. 124 So 5th. SLJ162 Administratrix! of the estate' M
--- ----- I Julia II, Chndulrk. deiiiMd; thin "
FOREST:!; HILLS Is LARGE: 8 ROOM: HOUSE In Old .r* filed tier' petition fur Bout tint
owner rancid.eeing -- -- charge! und this "> will apply to I IH NEWS-LEADER THIS WEEK!
town $,5 nunlhly, clean: 2B1- .
best ofler 011) three bid- Hun ruble I:em WeitherfoM.. C'uni)'
two both home with 3707 Jl<; JudR l of NJMBU County. Florida. on
room law Notice
'"" tli,. leih day or July. lux. liw UPM" ""VoII
family room, living! spice aver COMPLETELY FURNISHED: house; nf Samson d for final dlMhnrs. tilAdmlnlttralrU
/ of th. nlju of JuliiB
1,400 ft Make '
sq us an offer Sleeps 10 North Fletcher 00 MR AND MR. K. W. ROBISOX ChuuMlok deceased. w OIl at dip)
2613078 Jmp oceanfront. Ph, 26136o8: tfc of Jum' 4
--- -- I will leave Saturday July IB. to 1164kllzabelk: C. DmaterAitMilnlBtratrlx .

TAKE UP PAYMENTS, 10,8 Cadillac VACATION HOUSE sleeps U buy merchandise at the Southeastern *f Chuduli.ltdrocjied th.. n,
late nf Julia B
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Sedan Deville. A/C and Oceanfront fenced yard. Fur.slaked Jewelry! and Gift Show. ..

tilt powered No equity, J ist pay Phone 261.4)74) tfc If you have upcehl: need plcnse 41 a.J3!!:.. 71:..!:..10 I

off bank 140000 Can be strn at ere them by Friday afternoon I
SPOTTY TRAVEL Trailer. Coal win be glad to PUBLIC NOTICE
L,"dge'c: ; Standard 0,1; JI6? Jily }J7, Picy
pl.tely equipped Sleeps five. shop for you\ J Ilk! NOTICE UNDF TUB FICTITIOtl
NAME LAW
12 FT. PLYWOOD Creekboat 15 I Make your reservation Scotty NstI,, Il hereby five that th* uniteraixnid .
Inch sides 6 horse Mercury out. Trailer Sales Ph 231-3474 purminnt In "f'In.li( uiNun
Stitule' Mount BUI No lilt
board motor welded frames, utUtv I VPiWRSAPTSrD: ;;;;; ;d CLASSIFIED Ctuptor Na. OWI. Laws ul H.U"ld"i.
trailer 22X5387! : Jlfln lull, will reslnter with the Clerk o'
bath, unfurnished. 3rd and Ala- DISPLAYFOR the Circuit Court In und fur Njmi

MASORY I chua 261-3644. tic County. ,, Hnnda upm receipt ol peed
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THREE BEPROOM
of publication of Ui potion, th* (i*
house large lot utility room I I I tliluua. mono, to.wit:
TWO BEDROOM: furnished apt htAND" 8F..OODI :
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$200.00 down (3600 a month Private entrance 421 N 3rd St 1 Under which n ;are *,,|a.eij In ,

261.3930. IfcSPECIAL" tic SALE BY OWNER builnen "H,
We business at No. f'
'Ir..l.orn.mdln.\ i .Ar' f
Fli.t lieuih 1 .d. ,
41' chain link fence TWO ROOM unfurnished house YILEEI That the only parliKt' liiUjrurted In I i% 6t'J

with steel poets, 2c per tin W: aid htuincM enleipiu* are Leo .KJnlnaut II I v. :

fool Will tntull Free estimates, 3 ROOM FVRNISIIED garage .Bcd.rocm Masonry H no down payment. Call 2 1.5171 ] ,

today Coastal Fence Mig Co, aparlmistW Large ttt, Concrete prlve
-tt <'r i I iMPUBLRlcCTNOTICED i .,
tfc SMALL Cwili bedroom, unfurnished I Carport, Patio, Hardwood ) A
___ "cealral :. FOH NASSAU 4:0&.Nnt"I: >>"
bouse flatus, beat, fenced I'
< I NO 2147KEHNAMUIVt
SHRIMP OAT-25L X S'. 47
V'4 engine! marine clutch, maol TWO ROOM furnished\ .P..... I (' a Florida eoypuralina e tnt.
fold gs hystcr. fully rigged togo .
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$000 Marine: plywood run rotnt. 225.5317 'I'' PlalnlUla I
0. r, BAJILMAMP5I4INE *
abojik. 17' I\( 7',10> hj Mircury,, IRI.It1 W\..... I UUICHS: ., I'jr. H. al. /

double lift trailer with carriage: -- I DrIll dau". !
I... -- -- - NOTICE Of suit
$851. W A. Zettcrower IU 1. o Nt: (Ir:FURNISHED up sapartrrjcal : ----- TH1P STATJi Or FLOI11DA '"4

Bop, tS Fernandina Beach Fla Mlde. Y. : To: Jahn. D' Kelly j 'I''
'M> a I'I I VW II :illd: ..V MuColU l' t h
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Ph ae 281 4747. J23p round. I 1J6 8. Flcclier: Phone; II nypam

i' 62i"I.COIJ.Iuw yl,33I| ire :'Sll( I:1 ..trnfluten II". MAll
: mileage: make ti:., TennelCU

offer, Phone 261.:CC.5: : during djy VAIA'1'IOA Afl*. CH(.\RLES M.: COOPER: Mull Aille"lay 0 l M,,lolUS Kelly !

ICe I OCEANFRONT APTS. completely l I II At R ale II BY Fan
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Pal Ofln-e' BJK 207 J
furnlslied Day wwik) or muBthSIU .
1 Alhena. 1'.wnuue. .
LAKUL LOTS I
NIChJ fur Cooper's4Loundry
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"i.eepd 8 '| II.btlr.4v... 1.1iII'7I. IfsYULET You are hereby nuUMd mil a lull
I tug, OWl auartcraide I j Wind .
bas been flush abbot yu
14th und PAfe; "h 8KrilONR I tlullile. Ini' '.lurclj I ." ,Ulua:
S >\uth of F6. Points on AmeliaRd UNFURNISHED: : two bed '' a i

gull 201.6421( | Ui( i I i'I), m house, $5000 month: Du. 2C1--MI01\ (} : Clarence, Want f', Ward bin and I ale Au-nJ;; All| .ni llraldln ,U The News-Leader Is

pica house two bidriym, $4),081] !tones' lie., a Vlorld e'rnor'th'1: Ir I
SEE THE NW ANDY KOUFAX andulUlly Fernandino Beach'sVolkswagen and I M H llainmaad l and alyrtle I .
thru', I I month Bulk houses carport lliininni I, (UK wife. In fe nil vo en
pin prop, uu gears pure .
Pfg, I require I Iti .
room, Near Tenulv4 Corner tilled fuime and that you ai*
velocity JoI j t h'ord engine .
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ou Xl3-G7.; tic! I bin y'ur aiin er with the Licrk: oltl '
Rape In 2 Ili"hCl1I1 waiter 6 h.un .la C'.ui I and tu nerve a i "V i there
PrPIIONR I ui"| tl/'e ,plnlnllff or nl del l II'a atttirruid .
per g'llnn, Only $11$5. Di* ln' FOUR shed) : I w<"... name and tdUrea liJmnlnea
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Inquiries Invited,' thane 261.500' 1 meet!\ upstairs C03 S. 6.It St. Ml4881 :3549091DHUNDAGR} !) : W.iU.. Clvke riH. H,-II.'I ..
t"n. I'Ml' Barm, Nail nil hank llulldli
or Write Box K6. rrrnndimBe Jlbp I MOTORS 'I I .I. Jackmalvlll. 3. flirHa. II'", luteithuil YOUR SHOPPING(

di, Fl.$2Leg6'dOWS.. Autuit 21*,. I Pittt, K yi.. (II tq fro i
FUB\ISIIEI) OOWat j'f. l !t aparlpltpLc 1250 Fast! Eighth St., I r i an a deiree pro coot..' wilt be *ntered '

"$51 ;;l1Iii'h"Ya. ro?. .. ityujt..Desirable J !lccornMISCIUANEOUS| l ',...,+i&cbOl1vll1, EhOjIt1OPIIRLIC ,'. I tnuarteri afalnut in the you rimplalnt ea: the T dial 'd tn:IIW 1, ji

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sonary, fluid 11.el'.UJ\ higc. 261-4237 Uc 1 qtalct Odd remw rrrl.itn ttnt't NI r11
.V S from the title "I Ih. phlnlllli la and f in 1 TIn

$7,50| $UYS ntcc'y' krpt two bed. ." .. tt located ft1* following In Iha Civ described ol FerninduiaBejch pruwrty .

roan home, fully furnished., Old' NOTICENOTICE C'ur,'.v nl NJH.IU Fl..rlda. I

er section. I.JI :fIJ'e!::: pieces nr pn, i elf of
MR AM: MJH K W ROBISON!! rvn'R ricTiTionNAMB : lylne and being InDrctlnn
*r iV Law Fifteen f 151. 8.cllsn ilx
$3)))00 down Si7 GO a month buys will leave Saturday, July 18, to N tlr* U hereby liven (Hint the 'up tern Her' tvrrllrn' Skven"een (ill,. i GUIDE !
buy merrbandlse al tin Suuth. itanlgned, purtanhle "FlrtllV I ui and Stcilin Nineteen HOI, T", n
a I bedroom home In Yule, duut. '' and Shew, Nun ttntul*" linaY lilY No II DCh.plor ohlp tb'rett, N"rth. R." .
ed beat casern Jewelry Girt No, tout]. tiwa of Florida' Twtulv nine I2NI F..t. lying and
If you have special needs, please I 1941; :, will rfKliler Kim the. Clerk othe i boln EAST nf Ike lluwlnl,, 4*.
Circuit C"urt In and for N umCuuiitv irrlhed line: fir a paint nf refer
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r' .fare-Twelve Newa-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida _Thursday! July 1C, 19G4 ,..--. .. ..... n._,_,, _. High, Ind. 3-Camps
r. Islanders Mixed
; \, Lose 2 DoublesBY Johnnie Williams 70B

s Post 54 Bows Out ''' \J Jf I Angle Drew 682
f In Softball Action ANGIE DREW Buddy Grider 668
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Week of 7-7-14 High, Team Game
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t Of Tournament ; t. \" ', ., .-- Total I W. E. Barber 921
r I 1.j.- t" B & C 1
Buccaneer
.' \ ) I t' .... Against Team Standing W L Pin Lanes 842
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," The Rollers 18 9 22409 I The Rollers 821
With Second Loss i 11I1.. ,t :yr' Surges & Cook soflbill team W, E. Barber 17 10 22064 High Ind. Game
ik .. of the local City Softball League Buccaneer Lanes 13 14 21848 Buddy Grlder 244
t : I Iri. Fernandina Beach Post 54 Am. displayed championship Softball Beach Bar 13 14 21508Seekers Annie/: Dicw, 241
: ericaii IcRlcn/:! baseball team made rtI playing! last Thursday night as Drug 12 13 21651 Johnnie Williamson 241
a determined bid for the District t they trounced the Islanders, 4.0, Southern Gas and Fuel 11 IS 21331 High Scratch Bowlers Ladies
Legion Title this week in Tournament in the opener of a twin bill then High Team, 3-Games I Ruth Williamson 151-419(
play, but their effort fell handed the Islander a 15.4 lou W. E. Barber 2553 Men
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short Wednesday afternoon when In the nightcap( Buccaneer Lane 2506( ; Johnnie Williamson 212-61!
; na Forrest handed Fcrnnndlna their J D. Molten was on the moundfor The Rollers 2371 Buddy Grlder 189-503:
secrml loss of the tournament. the Surges & Cook team In
a Forrest won over Fcrnnndlna, 6-0 the first game and set the Ishnd- Reynolds. I A recent survey of salt water
r pre down with just 3 hits lie
as Askcv struck out 12 Fernun- spurts fishing shows that Florida
dins: butlers struck out 8 and walked only one Second game ,
man. B&C 220 Of 1110 1J 15 : anglers hove 144,000 boats In Gulf
Billy Miller pot the only hit for ,
Ned Tyson I led the winners in Islanders 200 1 1 0- 4 71 I and Atljiitlc waters and spend over
+e 'y Fernandina from the offerings of
j I hit with 2, while Paul ) Smith and Reynolds; T. Jonesand 10 million fisherman days a year
a 9 A rl Askey. Frank Morris, Martin Nobles I I I at the sport.
The previous day Fernandina Harold Reynolds and uanlen'l -
defeated DuPont, 4-1, as Alan "'" _. n. .. hits for the winners,
Cover and McDonald blasted home Rock Hudson and Jennifer Jones can be seen at the Ilan Nat Smith had two hits to lead
runs for Fernandina with Richard the losers at the with I
Schomas getting two hit and Theatre, Friday and Saturday, July 17 and 18, In the Drtson getting the plate other Islanderhit. Wayne
c Miller one along with the home technicolor production, "A FAREWELL TO ARMS." I LOANS.
t tt 1 runs. In the nightcap Burgess It Cook .

Ronnie Sapp was the winning team blasted out 13 hits to score
All a 15.4 victory over the Islanders
I pitcher. Senior
1"I, ti aw Terry Parker won over Ftrnan- League Stars Frank Morrl, Martin Porter, TO BUY OR BUILD
TOWN BENEFACTOR Kenneth W. Pollock (right) of Fort Scott Harold Reynolds, Richard Foster
dina In the rooming 5.2
: Kin., cmrrfces from (he basement fallout shelter arts of the game and John Smith had two hits
city building where extra ventilating equipment (see tents tn with Pee Wee Nobles leading the apiece in the game with Ned Ty.
1 6 background< ) made it possible to protect about 1,000 peroon.P .-* way with two lilts, Schomas Cover Set For District son and Porter hitting home
many more than could be accommodated otherwise Using data Steve Thorn and Joe Thrift Play runs.
Smith belted out t 2 doubles andReynolds Whether You're Looking
on the bent atsilahla local shelter ares In existing structuresprovided hit salely for Fcrnamllna. I I
by the Defense" Department's National Fallout Shelter one In the game J. D
: Pollock has about II : In Inc first game of the Tourna loltcn and Shorty Lovett hit
Survey spent $18,000 ao far to Improve aheltersfor IUfe'l At Blueprints or
6,600, and will KO to $50,000 if netesssrto improve fallout ment Joe Thrill tossed a neat In Jax Iy for the winners ,
; r aheltem for the town'. 10,000 inhabitant. Money for the project five-hilter for Fernandina as Post WednesdayThe PeeWee Nobles and Wayne Dot.
I tome from the charity fund of Key Work Clothe, Inc., a local 54 won over Fletcher, 60 son led the Islanders wllh 2 hits Homes For Sale, OurFinancing I..JJ:
f Arm which Pollock head. (Photo br Bill soma.., Topeka Ciplul-Jouroi!) Benny Alvarez had three hits to each with Billy Roland. Bon Shave '. .1l/i' '.. .
t lead Fcrnamllna In hitting with Fernandina Beach Senior and his Assistant, Albert Gonzalcs and Billy Miller getting hits for Can Help I a
Steve Thomas getting two. Scho I League All-Stars will play the will lake an outstanding bunch of the losers. :,. .
tj mal, Nobles, Miller, McDonald first game of tournament action players from Fernandina In an Line Score (first game) I You Take Prompt .' :=
j Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results and Mike Rice shared In the Fer. for a local team when they play I effort to wrap up the District title Islanders 000 000 0 0 3 0;..>.. >
nandina hitting. I the opener on Wednesday after and a chance to advance to the B&C 210 010 x-4 7 Sound Action. ": .....;,
noon at two o'clock at the Naval State Tournament.
- Stover and Dotson; Molten and
Air Station. Manager Nat Smith .
No Indication of a starting line. -
I up has been indicated by the man.
agora for the first game, but J. P. Let's Discuss It Before
1 A Message to the Votersof B&C Win Over Allen, Mike Conner and Hank DOZIER & GAY
Bailey will represent the Stags
Porter's and with Granville Burgess, Jerry You Build, Refinance
KACIn
PAINT
Franklin, David Johnson Lee .
\ Fernandina Beach. Godwin representing the Falcons. Or BuyFernandina
i Twin BillIn Kenny Lancaster was the lone 'Best For The South.CHECK
star from the Cardinals. Steve -0---
Beville, Beryl Rice, Barry Rice
Softball action Thursday Winston Harris and Ricky Oliver OUR Federal
\ Let's Work Together Again night Burgess at It the Cook City Ball Softball Park,team the represent the pennant-winning Redbirds PRICESShiell
with Bubba William being
: belted Porter'. Fish 8in i 0
I the opener, then edged Camp the KACIn chosen Thornton from was the the Pirates.pick for Robert an al !s s' Savings & Loan Assn.
For And Grocery
,,' Progress ProsperityI the nightcap, 2.0, in one ol the ternate. I
'best> game of the leason.
202 Atlantic Avenue
Fernandina will play the open 211 ATLANTIC AVE.
.... The nightcap of the twin bill
""" W? ing game of the Senior League
PHONE 261.90:1:1IH : :
was a real thriller ai Paul Han l
I Will Continue To Lend Every EfT; :,. son belted a 2-run homer in the nesday Tournament afternoon.at two o'clock Wed "_ 0 -
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\\ fort To The Fine Youth ;t1 1 team,
Program t. M' I The Hanson's game was blast nip In and the tuck sixth Until as ,Moore's WinnersOf FOR' EXPERT CAR SERVIGE..DRiVE TOTtreton I

We Have Promoted In Fernandina l I neither team scored for the first
t five innings In the game. City Title In
I I Lyons, pitching one of his best
Beach. ; :,( games of the season, struck out' Women's Softball -
.' the first five B&C batters he faced, ,
I and sent a total) of 11 back to (the
bench via the strlckout route dur. I Moore' Softball team wrappedup
As Your City Commissioner For 9 I' Ing the game J. D. Molten his the 1964 Women's softball title
I! mound opponent was equally as Wednesday night I by winning a '
tough as he struck out five, walked double-header. Moore's won over VACATION SAFETY SERVICE
Years I Have Gained Invaluable I one and did not allow but one Public Utilities, 7-6. in the opener, I
walk. then edged( the Hardie's team,
Glddcns, Rowland and Lyons 5-3 in the nightcap
Experience In The Allocation of got the three KAC hits while Six runs In the fourth inning ,hli;' t,' i iie
l ion's home run, and hits by proved to be the winning effort r
Tyson and Molten were the Han'l fT them after trailing in the game6L
Tax Dollars So That
Your .TheyWlllDo ,hits, ,t" f
1 Actually the first game was a'r Rhonda Guest, .f Jdnlce Fouler,
The' Most Good For'The1 Most People. On All forfeit game with the B&C team Marshi Hamilton and Connie Gass
winning 84. Frank Morris had 3 I collected two hits each with Elaine
hits, Harold Reynolds a single and Rowland, Tricla Starboro and Dot

Major; Issues I Am Ever Mindful of The Views and Desires home, Martin run with Porter Hanson, Richard Ned Foe Tyson team Harris getting hits for the Moore' Let ourEXPERT

ter, Shorty Lovett getting hits for I
Patsy Jones Cathy Dopson.
dour Citizens.
the winners MECHANICS
Nanllou Smith Eleanor Flint were
John Beckett led Porter's with
the leading hitters for the losers get your car ready now I
"A HOME RUN AND" SINGLES.
5 WILL BE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR VOTE Cr SUPPORT wllh two hits each with Aliff
Line score (second game)
Knight Mary Jane Tuner, Virginia We do all this work
KAC 000) 000 0 0 3 I : 9S
also
Brewer and Carolyn Knight
B&C000 002 x-2 3 getting hits for the losers.In Align i Front Wheels
BEN SORENSEN Lyons and Tin Ift; holies and
Reynolds. the second game Mooresedged
(First game) Hardee's, 5-3 as Sue Silva vBalance Front Wheels
:; 301 102 0 > 10 belted a home run for the winners
CANDIDATE FOR CITY COMMISSION GROUP 4 B&C _
Porters 000 020 2 4 81 Rhonda Guest Silva and Dot liar. Adjust Brakes Any American
w Advertisement and J. Beckett rio had two hits each with Janice
Paid Fulllloal Smith Reynolds;
and S. Beckett Schomas. I Fowler and Connie Gass hitting i''Plus a Complete Car
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Wanda Wilder and Audrey MulUs Safety Inspection Parts axtri, If needed
had two hits each to lead the
Hardees team In hitting with Bet. S S S S S
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= ting Smith hits and for Jeanette the losers.Henderson !get.: ARE BATTERY EXPENSIVE FAILURES! Famous Make

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and
To aid In the enforcement of salt emergency.. Let our batterypurchases. experts BATTERIES I
water fishing laws, the 80 consernatives test S.Volt
your battery before
you As Low As .
-- = agents use two-way radios start your vacation trip. r. Eechenge
In their patrol boats and autos.

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