Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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In Nassau County trnan matrat And For Local Advertising News I

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_VOLUME() 106 NUDMER_45______..__ ____ _FERNANDINA BEACH: FLORIDA_ THIKSDAY: JULY.! 23. 196J 12 PAGrS._. TillS J 1SSUF: -- .- lOt PER COPY
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/us4vi&in'I'm City Commission Sorensen And Tiliakos

Again Defers Action Win

<>l:7IilW < On Closing StreetsAt

lion of last the night City Commission monthly tei.ac- In Commission RacesSt.

lion was' attain deferred on closing City

I not particularly surprised I I of two '52 dedicated itrrcti between .
at the sharp Increase In the crime Hih and Hilt Street thai

rate for the nation as Just released would have access from Birth

Monday by FBI Director J. Edgar Street only If opened - ..

Hoover And I charge that the I The too streets have been the frstr 1 058 Voters Casf
higher echelon of professional politicians I subject of considerable controversy Pete SkiersTo II.r-

LBJ not excluded. are and discussion for time The Stop Here
contributing greatly to the Increase LEADERS IN YOUTH WEEK ACTIVITY, which be. some Monday Ballots In
direct to the South Beech City
by promises they cannot fulfill If !tIns July 26 and runs through August I, at the First : under discussion when of Roy Crews camo, I En route To Fair

the trend continues they will haveto Baptist Church are fchown above as they make plans for who owns property) against which General ElectionA

write a new manual for the the week's services. Left to right, Dennis MeilMrup" 'the street would dead end, lIked I Tin St. Petersburg fcklm who

much maligned police so that they music director; RI\'. Lynn Joyner, youth pastor; Miss II that the street be opened are uimlng' national piibllelly bytraulnik

can distinguish: between who they ') Elaine Smith, youth organist, and Miss Joyce Coker, I Property owners on either side to (he Worlds on skis lair from In New Unit v.oik elly lilil.' if loIn voters cast 1 their
art privileged to bring to Justice' 1\\ hull Is In the
( Annual
cltv Mineral
youth pianist. MeiMrup's beard was for his characteriation of the street, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. will
and who I slip uir lure Mimlav alter- 1''I.tllln'
those arc being protected on Tmsiljv Of this num.
Dupree Mr
and Mrs T H.
of one of the Apostles in a drama at the church noon toe fifteen minutes,
by the "new concepts', Law enforcement Blatchford have petitioned that hue lOlli went lo (he )polls and

at best, Is a thankless I last Sunday evening. ,I the street be declared cloned and I!I Tin .!ip was arranged[ by Herb vi lid bv mm'nine and 22 cast an.
- Whlli local dealer for Johnson
task The average officer on routine abandoned. I mime' liiilits.,
duty, as Is the case now In I Meters: spunMrs: uf the! pnmullein
I Barber Is Named The street on the North side of On Moniluv tin skiers will leave llm sniensin"" Incumbent In
llm deplorable radii violence, ,iP.O. Department I' Beech come under discussion when I dii up I" inir', won reeleillim with
Smvini Be'Ben In the mum-
ftcn fares dangers[ at which most a vlilnrv ivir Dun I'ano" Hobirts .
would quail. I wonder how long a request wai made for rerun- Ing /and are expected lo anlve
To Spend $ 15,000 New President lug the property on the Northl.'lIt' here his only oppmMicnl
thus lit 110 are promoting the ten. j Ixiween 200) and 3.00 pm.
kit'ns would last If asked to fill a I,I corner of the Beech and Four I ISt Itecnlh at the City Marina They Mill \ John I IJ. Till) ikon, Inrumnint In
Intersection. f.riinp' 5.la8 reelictid by deluilinu .
p"lcel"ln'a! shoes during rioting travel on In SI Simons Island
lOf Club
Lets toughen, up on enforcement On Local Office Rotary I I Three of the oll'nl'nl'hoso pro. Georgia In put on a M show that \ J. T. Uilfl Bowers

and punishment and make the officer pcrly abuts on (he unopened street nllhl.: SOI''n'n, aK act'os dirt Tin: voles

's Job a little easier one. J. i Congressman I D R. I Billy* Maithews w. E. Barber, head of the local save, expressed a desire that the I! )... 01till' mm'him! nut 17 iiliNinlce

Edgar Hoover disclosed this week advised the News.Leader by Him .f w. E Barber Co., was street bo declared closed and abandoned \tiles 'lir' n lnl.il nf 747 Hubert

that 88 law enforcement officers wire Friday that the Pool Office Installed as president nf Ihe Fer. A fourth. owner has not I Three Are Charged BIN: SORENSEN JOHN I II, TILIAKOS ruilud 24H niuihim voti, s and 4

were killed last In the line nindina Beach Rotary Club as that committed himself and at present idiMiilecs for a total of S:>2Tlllikiik .

of duty. Pretty year senseless when ,I Department has obligated $115000f ) I II group met In weekly session vcs- Is out of thec Ity 1st Baptist Youth received bill) Sites 'on
|f for additional spice and general Seaside The matter had been turned over Breaking And Callahan
you take Into consideration the fact i terday noon at Inn Barber I Negro tin nnehlne, and 18 absentees fur
that. 78% of those responsible for repairs and Improvements of IhePo.t succeeds H. F. Stone, Jr by the Commission to the City Week Slated For a total of 709. Bowers had 326!

the slayings had prior records of I here Office and Federal Building Quest speaker at the luncheon that Planning and Advisory Board and. I Entering WA StoreAleit I July 26 August 1 Woman Is Held pull his lever and 3 absentee votes
group a recommendation
arrest 73% had been previously meeting WM Richard C. Curdle, for a total of 329.
Matthews laid that Included In that lilt street be closed ,
of crime and 53* slstant state In the
convicted some attorney The outlt Week sponsored by The officials totals were made
had received leniency In the form the plans are 2;*>2 square feet of Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida and abandoned. I pollee action resulted In. I the risrl Baptist Church, July 2S On Murder ChargeAn nvnllabli yesterday following the
the of three
addltirnal platform 473A Deferment of action when apprehension' men early
area came
of parole or probation. Ask Cordie, of Green Cove Springs ,'
August 1, ulll begin( Sunelm'. Julv mi cling of the City Commission
feet additional parking and Commissioner L. L. Bohannon said Kimlav morning In the bicak
th'l square
widows and children of the was presented! to the club members I 28 Kith the )until of the Church as a m\asslng boardSomiHcn ,
Imiiest !III be hi'Id
ing nnd entering of Western Auto Monday
maneuvering area air conditioning that he considered the Planningand
how feel about leniency and Thos J. Shave
officers they guests by '
conducting the Sunday School / and Tlllikos will be
Ofieeru! Ribert Moll and Clarence 'at 2 pm In the death of William
Improved customer service Advisory Board out of order (
In the courts, the Jr., local Rotarian and also
on parole as.
classes The morning church ser. worn Into office at Ihe InnuaC, re.
Hampton 40 old
and ( Hudnlns spotted a car at year Callahan
and Continued
area Improved lighting on Page Two) approximately
boards and the move to abolish distant slate attorney In the Fourth
I vice will be presented by Rev Negro sanitation meeting In August At
heating systems I 1:30: a m Sunday as I,
earful punishment, Dlstrlit. James T. Unit lime
Pumium to the youth a mayor1'11I be ap-
It wis noted In the wire that The guest: t speaker told the Rotarians Weatherford NewVice.President It an'I; : behind' the leu no1llghlx n.teen | The tuple In'Ing. The Lhallcnvo Be'I nil lulit on a murder ehtirueU [ pouted from the Commission
Station t with t BcHliln' I DvHnn, who alloKidly
the schedule will
Tw> stories In this Issue should be announeed of the Uniform Support ) of outh"" The evening worship mi mix'rt and appointment will bo
sill hl'd I II.mint"in with a biililur,
be of great Interest to those con. I liter by thell.ltl.'ral/ services Art and of the saving to Florida will stars be' under the liiidirshiu mule if city manager and city
Outing the chase .
I resulting Ulte
enAnti nl) itt true! of rridilie And11
cOrned! with the loral economy administration by reducing the welfare rolls. ofJudge's Street two of! the /II'CIII'UIII.IJumpI' of tile >onlh 'son in illinium. allirney (The city attorney doubles .
The stones deal with the growth ------ I I horde noted that all M slates (Continued on pints two) us mmilelM\| | judge I ISonnsen
from the and
car flid
and prosperity reflected In financial have enacted similar lestKhtlon The hllllll'Ntlill tie held In the I \ will begin his I Old year
reports of both Container Corporation 'Clarke President 'I with the purpose of providing/ sup- Association I,| with letvlng the[ stepped Eddie Hiimpton alone ehrmhen' if County Judge J. FK.enei :. as a mmlHslnner, having/ previously .
of America and Rayonler p'rt for mothers and children who I i iHcmplnn Local Boys Staters Wejtherford with ANSIII.I I served three 3-year terms
18, of 220 Smith 4tlt
Incorporated Nassau County two Northeast Florida live In one,state and the deserting County Jude: J. E. (Gene) Wei. I Street who also goes by. the alias ant SIute Atlirmy' Ihos, J. Shave, Tiliakos will begin his seeoml

largest Individual Industrie t father In another Iherford woo honored last week of Edmund L. Curtis. was carried Address Jr., eoniluUlnK tile questioning ) full lesion of three years, having
He cited thai formerly It was by his fellow judges throughout qies-l Legion The autopsy of Hamilton) was performed been named In 1D61\ lo serve the
to and I
police headquarters '
Hospital Council to secure extradition In the state last by Dr. Ben Die kens untxplred term net W H Milton
Its good to see that our own I necessary week by being tlomd after three pump sliMgms'' \ '
Gordon T. Butler Is. back on the such cases but that today the I named. Vice-Presldcnt of the stale I were discmcrcd In the car. And Lions ClubMike Investigating I the alleged murder and having been later elected loI
L father Is reqvlrcd to take on the I ) I were Sherllf\ II ). YnunRbliM and ::1 I [full term In that
_.'- Job full time -.a...xecutlve. s.ire.'u. Ben aark ..Administrator,, ofHumphreys association. JlOurlng the questioning he, ImnU- \ year.
... 'burden "of"supports thus relieving 5' -- '-' a. Hi'puti-' Emory Wulkvri and JimI ,; .ki
of the Florida League, ot I Memorial has / ---d----.
Hospital ,
tary [ rated Charles Fulgliam of 1304 Rylant and RIH.;, .. .
Municipalities Is well.known In his', capacity :I been Installed as President of the fare the taxpayers pas'menu. ,of 'additional wel. "!!!' 1 1t Franklin/ and Larry Sharp of 1301 land who represented.JJuanc Thiodurr I I S.ntyrrAinu .on' Monday, Judge Wia.Ihorforci Chamber- "ans' ..

Gordon. throughout I I Northeast Flcrlda Ilnspital Coun. Franklin Beth were later picked .
Jlernnmld Pout 54 of lie Amerlcin
the state as constant ciltosri've t (Continued on page three) t\ .1'' will hear the case of A I-I
championof the
a during fiscal year I Vp and p'aeed: under arrest about ) Legion' at the recent see. boil Simmons. Callahan Negro,
', municipal government In the I !1ItJ..o ------- -- 6amIt For Annual Meet
slon) nf
4 Buys Slate, gave a report, .
charged with
last session of the state legislature -I t ;iContlniinl on Pane Thrift I I / breaking and enter.Ing ?
,silver-thatched former Fer. LuPow' ,0 Benefit Game Seti i. :' ,.w4r. on their actIvitIes al the Legion at I the place of business be.
that N1 'meeting on Monday" night/ and] longing to Raymond Mellon '
Beach Instrumental Election of Officers
nandlna mayor was | again before the Lions Club on Investigating officer I'I'I
was Deputy
additional In tax securing on passage cigarettes of that the I i Friday, Old Timers "Otr Position In I Tuesday. I Jim Sawyer,
Plioclnr of
BuIlt I the Fernandlna
TUIant and Rowland
ls 'peeving a'il' boon I IWl,,, municipal : I Heard I I Intelligent( and eempri'lie'nslve gave atennuis ?. Reach Chnmhir of Commerce,
the iI'f.u1tC Vs. Chem-Cell Space Age"
o'vcnMheati In the, :Mitel .ty The I, I ef their aillvllv mill. exxr-: I Commission Hears milling Monday noun In ngulur
tune of MO million annually
I IIIIITS while In the stale capital, mi nlhly srsil( n at Seaside Inn

till might well be named it Intro.after An outstanding/ benefit siflball By Kiwanians Ruth boy did of lilt ixpirlenen) ellHeiiHMd plans for the annual
Nassau County was : For More
attraction will he staffed Frldiv Request rn'itlnu and election of eiflleirii
duced end pushed in the Senate as he actively inifnuul[ In nlmiilulid I
night/ at the City Softball Park' I Presldint fired Lewellen namid
Bib Short public rclntlnn) di. iMilllleal activity and
Stratton and In the con-
by Harry
when the former North florida as a nnmlnallng committee, Lldrlili .
House cf Representatives by rector for Thinkol Curpnratli due'led campaigns fur vurloimpubllp ,, Funds For Fair
League Semi pro baseball players I ,,' ((< Purlin .chairman Buddy..
spoke to Klwanlmu on Mim Inv offices
Claude Wlngate t get together to battle the Chem- Kinder and O II. Wuas Jr.Lcsss'lli'n -
\ night on Our Posit Inn In the sloth were lint, In utile' ,pnilm
i '
Cell, Club In a benefit Softball' of the ,, Melting! : TiiiMliiy night In sue named as the annunl
Space AI/roo./ lieI'IS Inlroriiiied Lellllln"IIIIIINOl'erl I adlvllv
I'talked with Ralph Powers of game with the proceeds going to ('lul sissies ul stole' ('hum')('" In mnlliiK, commlttie, Dan D.iugh.itty [ .
', fur buys Iliroimhiul the
by Herb While eh ill Mute unit
Lake City member of the State Odell flees and Raymond Scho prermn : I flotilla and Indicated I hilt tin (eoiullinuHe tin County Cornmls ehulrmun Cliuik Henuiiui, l.II. ,
man / lluv
Road Board, this week about the mao, two Ravnnler cmplovees who ) lui m flIers lunrd a reiinrst F. Stone, Jr., and John IM.thlim .
I II | Shell.t, R gruel nite! of Grnrula I Kiilned experience In KIIVI'rnitirntlluv
proposed bridge from Fernandlna have been ill for an extended time fnm olfliluls of lIre Nllrlhl'aHt -
Southern College Is were sure would he of .
presently ienNldiruble
Beach to St. Marys. Ga., and | The "Old Timers" team will residing Morlela fair Ansoilalinn fur ad. I I Rudy York chairman of Hie1W4
Island and help In the future.
about Interstate Route 95 as It consist of players which represented The announcement was mode on Jekyll was dillunjl I loud' Invitatlinil Gulf Tournament,
formerly associated with the Atlanta i Continued on Page Two) :: : I
will pass through Nassau County Fernandina Beach as the I at the state convention of theFlorlds Sin ,Harry Stntlim of Calla stave a report which showed the

Concerning, the .bridge,. .Powers Seaaldors In the North Florida Judges Association I In Fort Journal. He U a former an I I him' president i of Ihe AsHiiclulii, tourney returning a small profit
Distant director nf the Oeoruia 'i :: : I
said that the Road Board has no- I'|I Baseball League a few years ago[ Lauderdale De Malay Chapter was ,In the dilution' whlih I asked: Dlek Bermtt, chairman of :IBo
installed last week' i Game and Fresh Water Fish dim
tified Wilbur Smith and Associates Clarke was These "bovs" will try to hand Other officers earned are Therein To Raise Hint not |ll.'s Hum i m',half mill bo 1)63!)! tourney, also repoitcd an-.d.
consulting engineers, to furnish a along with ether officer in appropriate I the Chcm-Cell "l\Ien" a Softball I Yawn of Bradford County. president mission, press secretary for GiurKla FundsIn levlul In the nmt buduil I to pro.' vance wink In anticipation of ntt t

report on estimated cost of the ceremonies as a feature of lashing on Friday night Manager ; George Clark of Dade County [ Governor Carl Sanders and Go Kart Drawing vide; the rl'isjest"d: I ; funds: : years event.Chamber .

the Intracoastal Wat. the annual meeting of the Coun.cil secretary: Joe Dan Trolman I a member of the Lions Club 1 On the Louis ,
bridge over Jake Bunch will be at the helmas I query by rerrelrs. Manager John Kelrscy,
erway so as to accomodate ocean. held In the Atlantic Beach usual ai he was In his playing I I of Walton County, treasurer andMonroe We must Improve the speed. The newly organized Amelli who was In altemlume lit Ihe In giving his monthly report told

going vessels that utlllzo the local Hotel days a couple of years ago Other Trelman of HernandoCounty and capabilities of our space;: vehicles Chapter of the Order of UcMday meeting. ai to what one.half mill of progress to date In plum tt or.

harbor In the original report the Serving with Clarke will be Karl youngsters on the team will be I executive secretary At the present time our Is conducting a muncy.rilmng ;' would bring In the next butted It I ginlxe' : a Buccaneer Trail Assoela.

dimensions were insufficient foi. Warning administrator of River. Bully Jones, AlteR Johnson Orts ,' Wcalhcrford was also renamed I space aim Is fur ten million pre motion to secure fund for their' was estimated that tho rcvilna- lion to promote travel along the

such craft Powers laid that In side Hospital of Jaeksonvllle a.preaJdcnt.eleel. Hlgglnbotham, Tom Michael, Curt', as chairman of the committee on pounds of thrust which will afford artist)Ic.. lion of property by the tax aim'smirs Eastern seaboard of florlda

.hIs cplnion a lift span might be Secretary.treasurer Gordon, Beano Roberts, Bob Sto I reel, compensation and office administration lift-off for a million pounds A On Karl vehIcle III lie given ulllee wealth make this fig-.1 lie said plans arc to seek ellm.

utillted to advantage to accomo. Is W M. Hubbard. who serves In vcr, Paul Ewing Ybor AKarcz if pay load". Short said Solid away by the chapter at a drawing ; lire around fOIKM)() (nation of the AlA uppcllalUn) and

date lofty ships rather than the hospital relations with Blue Cross Fred Townsend Chirlle Tomlin. Scott Kelly recent candidate fur propellant rockets have several (on '...pl. 7.hlenrltero. The elitfullon: alsn dlnciisird fxus attention in the more Klam.oruus .

heavier cost of a fixed high level The Northeast Florida Hospital son Tom Tllman, Ray Caldwell j governor was a featured speaker) at advantages: First, their flexibilityand 1 are correctly eni'nzed f / with hue CurnmlHslon, the deilrabillly nome nf Buccaneer Trail

span Rewarding IR 95, Powers Council I I. composed of twenty and as many others as can be recruited the comentlun secondly their controllability I i In illKlnlmtlnu, tlekels for a d"nullm I of eonhtiuelmK, an uiirleiil- He sited that other chambers up

said that It Is hoped contracts four member hospitals and tov. before game limo Friday (Continued) on page/ three) 11' (0) cents, (Ceintlniicd in I'aue Two) iConllnued on Page Two)

may be l M t for the Nassau portlcn ers a geographical area extending nlfjit Manager Bunch hasn Indicated Junior Olympic

of the Interstate roule by the end from Fernandina Beach South to ) his starters because he

of the year or early In 1965r Daytona Beach and West to Live wanted to keep the fans In .UI. I Swim Meet Set Little League Seniors Win/ First Game In District Tourney 1
< this I '
two occasions week I

was privileged to hear the two I I Junior Olympic Swimming Winton Harris tinned a mat *

youths who were chosen by the Fernandina Beach Jr. Olympic Swimmers Team will compete lIolnst[ t the two.hitter for the rcrnamlna' .

local American Legion Post as Jesup, Georgia teams on Saturday Beach Senior' Lcngic All.Stars ax i

their representatives to Boys State July 25 at the Fernanda they trounced the rurrcHt Vuw 4tic: a4,. '

In Tallahassee I was greatly Impressed Defeat Team From St. Marys, GeorgiaTorrential < Beach Recreation Center Pool, at All.Stars. i.0. In the Senior 11,'ague ,

by the ability of both, twelve noon baseball tournament/ at J II'k.

Mike Rylant and Duane Rowland rains did not dampenthe cause a swimmer to make a This will be the second meet sonvllle Naval Air Station, liar.

to give such Interesting accountsof spirits of the Junior Olym. I false start two false startscauses j against the Jcsup teams, Icrnan- rli walked only two and struck ;

their experiences and only with pie Swimming; Team as they en'npetcd a swimmer to be disquall dint Beach being the laser In the out four In pitching[ one of the bust"

more could have been exposed to against St Marys last Fri. fled Irom the event. first games of his career llarrin wai

the high caliber of young people I II. day with the final point score The local teams will compels Spectators are Invlud to attend. so effective that he did not allow I IWINNERS
being turned out by the local Fernandina Beach a Forest View man to reach third
{ being, 185; St. against Jestip on Saturday, July I '
schools Congratulations to their I M.-VS J211. 25. at the Fernandina Beach Recreation I Fernandina Beach during the game

parents. Mr. and Mrs Jim Rylant The swimmIng team are sponsored ) Center Pool The mfet'' Fernandina scored In the first, !

and Mrs Bertha Rowland Their I' by the Recreation Depart. will begin at twelve noon Weather inning of the game when Kenny

pride Is certainly Justified "fnt, tf\ Instructed b/ Alan The participants, time, and pU. I u. 8 Anprnvfl Wt.thtr station Lancaster walked Jerry ranklln i

aWhile Kirk. Sandy DeSandio, directorof cement In the Rt Marl meet South 7th At I'm, gt..-..l walked and Beryl Rite cullcttid a

discussing Boys State the department expressed his Is as follows: Twenty.five ,d. Max Mm Rain single off the pitchers glive Lan. .;

this week after hearing addresses! ap)'reclation to all the officials feeetyle l boys 8 and under: David TlmridaJuly 16 86 77 .01 caster scored after being caught/

by the two local youths who were I participating In last Fridays Grumpier" 19.55 seconds first, Frldiy. July 17 81 71 J01 In a rundown between third and '

chosen to attend this year, I learned Meet Phillip Jones, 21.1 I, third; Twenty. Saturday, July IS n 70 1U hcmeFernandlna. ._- -...........
that local City Manager David | The public Is cordially Invitedto five yd freest;'le, 10 and under Sunday July 19 S3 74 0 threatened In the
: OF THEm MUST J\MK; ; in lnlrnt i Senior Icnitue! play are the Fernan-
Gatchcl "n president of Boys I attend the meets, but word John Stouffer. 172, first
Andy Monday
; July 20 89 71!\ 1)2) fourth when Icidetff batter lose .
Stale In 141, the second year of caution by way of P.Sandro Sweatt, :20: 0 third Fifty yd. freetylc Tuesday July 21 89 73 .01Wednesday. Burgess singled and Steve Bivilln dina Reach All :Mart' left to right 1'illt( smith. manUltr. Hublm \\llllamn Hcryl Rlce.,

after the institution of the movement : to all spectators It It extremely 12 and under: Pete Peter. July 22 84 73 .21 followed with a single. but that henny lAncaster Jerry Franklin, David) Juhnson, Ilurry Hire, Winton Harris, Robert

Ma>'hip th<> two local youths | Impuitant. that you remain silentat 380/ second: Paul Sihrantx 3D.2thlid Th wnhr In' fareioh.d cnuruiy was the end nf the possible rally Thornton Hank Bailey, Mike Conner, lee (.cHf" in. Doc) RurgeiM, J. I'. Allen. AI Conlalen. ..,

will move on Into carpers of val. 1 the pUrtirie point of each Fifty yd. freestyle 14 and P.a_ 0,5,5., HUM,..n I'n ai Beryl Rice flied to center. Bar. coach and Buddy IIurgenH, > lce president of Little League in charge of the Senior *

(Continual on Pegs Two) | race, as the least distraction cm I I I (Continued on Page Two) Ul SOuth Malta 1th, CeopwsUvt1 LJm Street ObMrvtr I (Continued on Page Three) Division (See accompanying( atory for details of gave). ___----.J)




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Page: Two "" Xews-Leader, Fcrnandna' Bench, Florida -- -Tr.ursday- July 23, 11)64;) Beech 1 1st Baptist; Yout'i City Commission S.Loaded S. Montevideo Sunday At Chamier Plans,_

Weather Report from Page .One).
: FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Til: : (Continued from Page Oust) (Continued from Pege One) Rayonier Docks and doWtt' the coast have'evtrifcv! ,'!

3611.3011 \ cave Sieve Rich" Observer Monday Right will be a special as well rfcttf Manager David Interest and that Melbourne I 11
Ml ASH STKEET PHONES I Fcroilnusly defended Wtntlrr Station al 2609 MaeOrrni loiftrence for those Interested In Gatchel In+ that the Commissionhas I The SS. Montevideo arrived making Plan\ for a ml.'c"I./f'l / va<;r,.

w A J hn K. Perry Newspaper Against the marauding/ henstsi Blvd. secular vocations A panel of previously,!laid that no ac.lon: I Sunday 230 at metric Raytnler tons docks.of wood They I to dlscuM, the propped Van\ ** I
would be 'taken ,until all Involved loaded
'chiutorir plain -hurch members representing vsr.
Of ii p ; Nan Min) RniiThirsday P.esliJcnt Lewellen noted (Him:
OMwell. Editor anJ l Menses vocations will help the youth: are properly notified of any proposed pulp and departed on the same
.. R'a Crude tools' and weapon July 16 88 77 ,4C lous their plans are underway for a promo" I Ilion
I with South America as
; : guarded against theft( 17 80 I decide upon future plans for \life. action day
ABC AUDITED PAID CIKCL'LATIONPublished Jealously I ; Friday, July 72, 1.131 to recognise( the 5 millionth,
.... tad entered at the Pout Office \ plot of earth Saturday, July 18 88 72 .31 A fellowship for the youth will Mayor E, J Johnson resolvedthe destination. vehicle on the Buccaneer Trull i U:
every Thursday miidc follow, led by Miss Alethea Hum matte a.Her; considerable dls-
held and secure Sunday, July 19 01 78 T been ditcrmined that this flu
Ferasndina Benin, Florida, n second class null matter : Dy his own strength and courage, Monday Judy :JO 91 77 T hey, a summer missionary/ to cusslen by, the Commission and I has Will be reuhcd In apiroxi

u? IJMbiicripUss) Rales Whatever: useful thins/ Tuesday, July 21 91 7) .01 Florida. Miss Humphrey will par. t the affected' property owners by Local Boys Staters ure mutely mld': -August. Tom Tllm.n|
M s year 1225 6 month 1.25 3 Month That he could find Wednesday, July 22 90 t.b rT(:; I I "clpale In activities throughout dictating s letter to go out to all has been named as (chairman ul)
$450 a year out of county the week. those" affected: so that all can be
Was ills mil. I II I (Crntlmird from Page One1At ) premotlon.I .
I the will present at a later meeting to settle the proposed
Tuesday nleht. youth the two
; tie; Legion meeting:
lee 267. first; Chip Wilson. 313, ''A male Just Ramblin1Continued I present a Church-Related: Voralons the matter, high iciiool: seniors were presented I I
Olympic Swimmers i second. Twenty-five yd. buck That umt'irr'! should not touch; I, ifs I progKom. A talent show will In other action the CnmmlislnRriwnrd tv Leglonntlre Albert Hlrth,
stroke 10 std under: Carson Then prklc of family ( ,, Frcm Pope 10 hw the discussion! led by Miss bill on a new crawler type chairman of the Americanism EVERY TIME A'
Continued from Page One I White, 286 lirxt; Muk Davis, Urns and tribe. unble! ;public services as hoi: \iAtlifl. : I 'uimphrcy. tractor for the city public works | committee which: enccmpasses I

wider; i Pay I-enry, 321 tint; Car.rwflGtll 280, second Flay yd. back stroke( Fierce rivalry Wedne.ddV nluht the youth will denartment.,, The bids will be tabulated selection cf the Boys Stolen "'1 FOREST FIRE STRIKES
I, 384 fourth. One aund- 12 and under:: Paul Sthranlz, 400, between Individuals and trihcs I", ,:, Jsln In chair practice and attend) ond'a contract awarded at the arrangements/ for their Tallahassee .
red yd. freestyle, 17 and under;; I second, Bobby Burton 52.1. third. Devclipi'd strung bodies Since the ocean and otlWf,.\\II:>t- I prayer meeting services. I a later meeting; visit I I

e Mike Lriry, 1:140: first, Beryl Fifty yd. back stroke, 14 and under And acute minds ers surrounding/ thiN Islandcontri; The week will come to a close Sunday.,Augusf 2 at 2 p.m. Will At the Lions Club meeting they GETBURNED
C Rice 1:17.0, second. : Pot Leary, 43.7 third; Clint An urge to eitsbllsh his Image bate so much to the local con- I with Youth Retreat on Thursday set aa,%,tlnercr) the official de. presented by John JtfcClsne, YOU
were >
.nv. yd. Freestyle, girls I'I'Twen Rich, 51.1. fourth One hundred And his name, In perpetuity.That omy I would tike to see some,;sort Friday, and Saturday, at the Jetty dlcatloMofiDtyG. Ralph Wolff! chairman.
i 1 and under: Dona Morrison, 23.2, yd. back stroke: Mike Leary his memory be act lout of effort made to promote t\1t't\n-,\ :I Lodge Beach )PaulsGatclifiureitorted, j ,,:/ program
1352, first Jon Belcher 1408, In the cblivlon of tomorrow creised consumption of seafood/ be See(! next week'i News-Leader
first; Susie Rodeffer. 28.0. second: : : : i< The Youth Week win seven I to the Commls.
second. That his Kens be not dilutedBy Besides being mighty good'eating' and I for pictures of the two youths M
Kcndra Morrison 260 third. days of rich spiritual blessing lIen on' thenslitus of available .
5 Twenty-five jd freestyle! 10 and I Twenty-five, yd. back stroke, the birort; of lesser breeds; It's giod for you. Along with ,i'a' enjoyment for all. The youth from berths' atutde city marina and his I they addressed the American Legion

under: Shirley Thornton, 19.W, girls 8 and under: Barbara Sen i Based on this urge ctrcng local effort I would ,like ether denominations are cordially reporr'ehowestthat i the marinaIlasi .)
e first; Donna SurUno. 20.7 tblrd. rant, J14 first. Twenty-five yd. And driven by this pride, to see the state conduct a national Invited to participate la all activities. i irrcelyMhntfonsldcrabla\! patron '
5 Twenty-five! yd. Freestyle 12 and I back stroke 10 all4 under: Donna I Great nations arose and flourished, campaign on the order of the! I ,. age He nofed! that once a lug I Trade At Home
under: Melissa Norwood 44.0 sec Suriino, 23.S. tint: Fifty yd. back to conquer and harness continuous promotion of citrus. Increased now berthed In the marina on the
and: Pam KUtrell, 4S.5, third. stroke 12 and under: Debra Sur. I The forces of nature demand would Insure bet. I orders rf a federal marshal tit I
a Twenty-five yd. Freestyle 14 and farm 23.3. first; Fifty yd. backstroke To do their work. tor prices and more money In Commission Hears < satisfy legal action there will be ,;'''''

under: Rosy Chllds 412 second; ,. 12 and under: Debra Sur. Leisure local 1 potXe's: A good Chamber room for additional small craft to I ... ..,,,-0-:...,
5 Darlene Surlano 434 fourth. One moo, Mt. first Sally White S88 In which to ponder his problems project) (Continued from Page One) dock. I .-
hundred yd. Freestyle 17 and un. I second Fifty yd. back stroke 14 And Imaginative thought was born. tural building at the Callahan fair I I Gatche also reported on the ) -:-'.
dor: Paula Vrancscn, :55.2.: first. and under: Dirlene Surlano HI. Science came Into being Just how much do we actually grounds. It was pointed out trit\' city's fiscal condition at the end : f
Twenty-flvt yd. brent stroke, ) second; Bunny PulettL M.4. third. To combat disease rhn for the future? The Klpllngcrf matching funds were available of the nine month's perlood, noting .._ .. I z
boys 8 and under: Phillip Jones, I Twenty-five yd. butterfly, boys i I And to further relieve him f recants laY that the present from the state for such a building that acme expenditures must be i=.... \ .. ,
258, first; Henry Rcdeffer 214. I and under: Henry Rodeffer, 302. From the slavery of monotonous Nassau County population of 19.3JO: No action on either request was curtailed until the new budget IsI ,' :-
third. Twenty-five yd. breaststroke i first: Ch!> Wilson 301 second toll will Jump 4,500 In the next ten taken by the Commission. I adopted, A '." i4//,'' ':

10 and under: John Stout. \ Twenty-flve yd. butterfly, 10 and I WhbId been the price years and I consider this a very Meeting with the Commissionwere I A request! b; John Keeler to add / ; : I
fer, .1FJ first: Carson White, 29.2, under: Andy Sweatt 21..$. first; Of his mastery over nature. modest projection since Florida Is members or the Board orTrustees additional facilities to his ..mUNe.I '/ ):, )
fourth. yd. breast .stroke 12; Mark 325. second. supposed to t fain 44% In popula.! of Humphrey Memorial I 1 '
e Davla
Fifty yd. Now, he is surrounded by comforts ment park at the beach was turned / : ,:.......
and under Mile Jones, first lien In that: period. Will our < ;;& --I.J ; .
: 511 ; butterfly, 12 and under: Mike I Hospital to discuss the proper procedures down. I -: t : .'"
David Brownlet, SI.7, second Fifty schools our roads, our streets, Indigent ;( ..::1
made for
Jones 34.9 first: Benjamin Die- I and luxury hitherto undreamed of. In charges Next regular of the .,.!' ;, 'J,
yd. breast stroke, 14 and un. kens 122: second. Fifty. yd. but. I To enjoy the fruitsOf t and the many other services which medical care and lurllry.Lster / Commission will meeting be on August 12 I i11 Fi ; ./i "; .l;
der: David Rodeffer, 327. flnt; terry 14 and under: David Rod- his Ingenuity and labor county end city governments must In the meeting the Commission i I J ;
( 'f:1 jt .
S ,
I In. 1974 1d I | p.m.Next i \ ,,
Clint Rich S94, fourth. One nun. effer. 361, first; Joe Rodeffer. He has busied himself with many provide, be adequate ? briefly discussed the budget I I J. / ( -rl
dred yd. breast stroke, 17 and un.:I 1118: fourth. One hundred yd. devices n't consider them ss adequate for the coming year. Another ,. .. J3 4f.7'1":1
drr: Jon Belcher. 1:41.9: second; butterfly 17 and under: George I 80 that they overwhelm him today as I would like to see them meeting will' be held next week to number private of beat fishing, the ;;";. '" -,..." :: -...:
Carl Winters 1:48.7. third. and suggest that a little long range/ discussion greatest mm fishmx: I : .
: Webb, 221.8, first. With their distractions / for further budget I p :
A'.J .
fields bell'nI hours on Florida salt water Is frrm .. .....
Twenty.flve yd. breast stroke, and demands on his time. I planning In these .
t Fifty yd butterfly girls 12 and bridges and piers the State
girls 8 and under: Susie Rodeffer, under: Melissa Norwood, 567 I I Thus he becomes a victim | right/ now. Or will we have .to fix Classifieds Pay Off Board of Conservation.says I ---.t7/. : ,:.
the roof while It raining.fr __ .
456 first. Tv.enty.flve yd. breast Of his own cleverness II. -- L :. .
10 and under 1 first;; Debra Blanchard: :: KCongrats .7//
,Slrfike. : Shirley Tho primal urge of necessity.Which
Thornton, 271. first. Fifty ydj, second. Fifty yd. butterfly : led him on to dominate to Ben Clarke hospital i In Florida''y
breast stroke, 12 and under: Pam I under: Bunny Pulettl, 570, 1:24.4'1 nature administrator on the signal honor Buy A Set of Atlas Tires

lOKrell.!( 549, first: Debra Blanch. Freestyle Relay; bays 8 And blend It to his will of being named president cf and Place Them On Your
ard 1:181. third. Fifty )'d. breaststroke der first place; boys 10 and Has been forgotten I I the Northeast Florida Hospital
I after swim beer is natural
14 and under: Roxy Chllds, I first place; boys 12 and under I In the maze of the dlstrictlons) Council, The Council has 24 memo Esso Credit Card a a .
{1492! first; Candy Youngblood, first place; boys 14 and under, Dully foisted upon him I her hospitals ind ex'ends! as far There Will Re No Finance ,
498. second. One hundred yd. second place; boys 17 and under, By the Instruments of his own South to Daytona Bench and as
: breast stroke 17 and under: Karen first place crest Ion I I far West as Live Oak. I Charge For 12 Months. On On i hot slimmer thy m dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully t

Norwood 2270: first; Pat Scar Freestyle Relay; girls 10 and His Inborn pride of race and class I it
: boro, 2 28.3, second I I under, second place; Kills 12 and I Is being bludgeoned to death I Florida la the big loser In the We Also Sell GoodyearTires with f friends is a hearty glass cif beer."f here's hardly another bc\ .,
e Twenty-flve yd. back stroke, under, first place; girls 14 and By leaders endowed with power untimely death of Wilbur King In crags around that suits: what )you do for fun as much as Jswr.
: boys 8 and under: David Crump. seder first piece The effects of which I i an automrbile accident last Fri Camping hiking or just lounging a lan hair-beer bringMO
-.--- They have not the wisdom to day. I first met fits! fine gentle At Jacksonville Advertised Sale each just the right touch of aura: good living:' "

: Charter No. 4338 I envision. man when he was organizing/ his Prices or Less. Sour familiar glass of beer: is also a pleasurable reminder that'
that create a culture Public Utilities
Power can Florida
campaign for
+ v'e' live in a land of personal f rceilom-amJ>drat:! our right to enjoy 5
REPORT OF CONDITION OF TilE Or Loaders destroy who It.grasp power' followed Commission his years In of 1946 fine and service have I Lasserre Motor Co. beer and ale, if v'c "MI desire, is just one, but im important one, of; '
those f freedoms.
: FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK For Its own poke with Intercut. It will take a big personal j
I And nit for fine general llood.I I man to fill his shoes on the Commission. ESSO SERVICE -
: AT FERNANDINA BEACH I Who would substitute mass fur In Florida..beer goes with fun, with relaxation

wisdom 'frft I 62'J!) S. ftth Street @ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC '

: IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA Who bow to the will of the rabble great deal of money Is spent I f.0. BOX m wears run,.011110\1) :
In complete negation byA the federal government In -- -- -
30,19B4! \ X phllonophlc" trtuilng yoiwg men In the Army. / ,

.' Published in response to call made by the Comptroller of the I And Deny In him so doing the privilegeOf 4 Pay> Air Force and Coast Guard I
Academies This Is fine but I II
: J'Cuntnsy, under Section 5211 U.S. Revised StAtutes choosing his associates; ,I are other fields where weseemto I
r Or the control of his properly: I
batt'tA Iluwtbniit
: : be fliMIng,; losing
: : ASSETS Or of conlrrlllng the Invlronment such schools for oul' dlplo.

balances I Of his children. mate and possibly even due for ,
: Cah, with other banks, and cash of the living God,
In the name
items in of collection : I our government heads?
process $ 918,473.67: What ether rliihls, are there t II lr I
:: United Statea Government obligation, direct What shall be I the resultOf I Dnn t miss the creak anti'jrnann; COMMERCIALPRINTING ;
I and guaranteed (net cf any' reserves) 1,702,491.21) this mad course f of the "eld timers"" Friday(* night I

: Obligations! of States and political subdiviBions Shall he.Without I as they engage/ In a benefit ball I
Incentive to do otherwise, game I hope the local plarrnacys(!
(net of '
: any reserves)' 1,135,231.14
Shorn of Ma rlK'.it: to chouse his have s full supply of IinlmCi" oar

: Coons and discounts (net of uny reserves) 3178608.06 I destiny all the ""nt'e81", \I hen bet fry !
.. Corned by the mailed fist to net out of bed Smurdiy oJem. j r
: Pixed assets Of mlnKultlid bliliilry.Bccrmc I I if* ft I
301592.67 a polyglot!! hybrid race, If YOII'I're fat'ed1111 thr ne.ceHty i iI'
: Other assets 74,210.96] I And return to the savagery of administering adifuhl: \: "

: or his origin I I' rlNplrnllon.'lIld you know bow :
Z TOTAL ASSETS $7,313,607,71 And, thus complete the cycle |to i apply It? Probably nut, ai few :

: : I I Of his Jnmney Into nowhere; ever lace: such: on emerging: and :
Or shall he awoke to the perils re'atlvily' I f few take courscs'Ju Jfe

: -... LIABILITIES Tint threaten to engulf him. I I saving. The moulh-to-miuth mr-
And take Into his own hands thud used today Is explai 'dby I Ii
: Dbtoaod jkpositi! of, dividual*: partnerships i I Ills ,,4eltln, i the: American-Mecljral Association :
5 : and corporations $ 3.U2,087.33'' Tho destiny of his children In llieli First Aid Manual as fi-1- I
And the destiny of the state? lows: Start Immediately the vie. :
: :Time and saving! deposits of individuals, The day of his decision tlm can allr'lvellIhollt oxY ijen Is A Specialty With Us

: ; partnerships, and corporations 1,550,128.76 I Is near at hand i to the brain for only a few min. :
Herbert Luke utfs Put the victim en his back '
Deposits of United States Government 119,654.57Deposits j
: 'pull the: chin well up make t'.r.th I'
cf States and political subdivisions( 880,161.53 tabs windpipe Is clear. Putyour
LETTERS TO mouth over the victim'smouth ,
Certified and officers' checks, etc. 8,404.03 pinch shut his nose and

: TOTAL DEPOSITS $ 5,970,436.22 blow hard. Repent 12 to 13 times I
Chccf. supply of Letterheads Envelopes Business
"* until :
It meV
(a) Total demand deposits 4320307.46 per minute; keep V up I ::. .

.- (b) Total time and savings of Fcrnandlna Beach News. The scientists say thit fish make :I Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
: deposits 1,650,128.76 Leader definite sounds which makes It

-Other> liabilities 244,964.57" .. I I Dear I want Sir, to thank each of you for I rate quite possible I wonder they If can they communi ever go I II may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call. :

home and lie about the size bait :
and understanding you
the time
s hive given me, and to try In my they stole.
off 1
E CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I small way not only to help my Seems fr that the off Russians will do''

common: stock par value per share $25.00 to non help Roy the Kenneth many Hcndrleks.other mental but anything to attract our kills to i If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

; No. shares authorized 12,000 cases In our Stale.I Communism Now comes the story. I .
that In some pirts cf Russia only
!: No. shares outstanding) 12,000 300.000.00'' I hope no OIK will think that I one hnth a year Is censldered no. ,I our preses, turning as we keep a complete file at our :
have any complaints\ or Kiicve-
Surplus 700,000.00 .v:4itoFinBrtirs
suede against our prl onN. Jails, or es-ary. _--____ __ I :
jjndivided profits 29,357.98 Stile Hospitals, in my Irving to } of all printing produced in our plant.
the ILilf Wiy Center nulldiiiR for I ,
'I help my son. I believe thotI I.
Jleserves 68,848.91 have the: best In the United States treatment so that our sons hll"l I lrll) ( r
fathers be don
bonds or
: TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1098206.92! All the guards officials, and ly analyzed nettled and returnedto I I '

1 c: ; I I I hive doctors gone that beyond have helped their duly my son In a useful normal life.of law. I Our painters take pride in their work and you are assured
that most our
I'm sure
:JQTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL helping! him and talking with me, and liw officials aremoie
5 ACCOUNTS 7,313,607.71: ] I have studied and dune research yers judges of clean and
aware of this need than any. a neat, job. :
;'Ime certificates of deposit outstanding 513,006.49 on mental health for the past two ear clue, but they cannot moveHeaven I
years. I'm not a doctor but I ama and earth to help our love I
mother that Is very InterestedIn
voters are nut liw I
we as
"""I, James N. Melton Cashier, of the ahot'e-nnmed blink this problem. ones.terested In trying to help this I S

do hereby declare that this report of condition U: true and I A prison Is the worst place a problem I PHONE .. ..

correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. person could be pl.ired' If he has Stay: led bless each of you that I 26 \-3686
a mental problem I wish I could I have talked' with and gent you I .
: ((8)) James N. Melton tlk to everyone: In the Stile and the wlirtrm cf the Vnlverse In I ar
try to help them tmderstind the your work. 1 know thnt with ('HHH .
: JvVe, the undersigned! directors attest the correctness of need of their support\ concerning help mire and more people will 26i -3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS LEADER.
: this report of condition and declare that it has l been examined our Slate mental problem. I pray awoke to our State and :Nations> .. ..

: by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief had that with the my misfortune. son dews that not 1 happento have serious Gratefully merlal problem.yours

and correct. else In the state, but it
: is true I anyone a mother 13':
(s) R. E. Phinney could easily' happen to anyone. Mrs. Waneta O. Hendrlcks) I .
The citizens of our Stale needsome
(i) John T. Ferreira I means of seeking help be. I 1 4 i

__.- (s) Charles B. Norton, Directors I fore something happens. We need Classifieds Poy Off I _.




Ten Band Students Rev. Gladstone [ 42 Are Entered News-Lendcr, Fernamlinn reach, Florida. Thursday, July 23: 1961!)( Page Three

Rogers GuestCelebrant .

In All-Star ClinicAt SundayThe i In News-Leader / Attend Local Students Florida Three Are Charged Benefit Game Set .

Rev Gladstone Rogers!! rector .
University of Fla. of All Saints Church, Jacksonville Junior Golf Event Youth Workshop Cunlinued from Pane One) ''Continued from Page One!
will be the Celebrant of Holy Ihmplnn nilmltli-d\ ( (hit he entercd prose until lIam lime also keep
Members l of the FBUS Communion it St. Peter's Episcopal Forty.two junior golfers have Represent ihe Fernandlna Wrslrin' Auto hy culllna u I III\' Chim-Ccll Club under a nor,
,ill leave Tuesday, July 23, Church Sunday morning at registered to play In the annual lU-nch high SihiHil. as delegates to screen in HIP' rear but laid thai anus' tension throughout the week
nd the AlUStar Marching 10 o'clock. tournament sponsored the.? Ulh Annu.il .'lm'lda'outh the other" remiilned outside Manager/ Hill Cox will counter
annually by
which |II held annually at The Rev Mr Rogers!! comes to the Fernandina Beach News. ,t t Workship on July' 13-18, hold at The' three me In county J.ill on in attack; on the 'youngsters'
,1" 'mversily of Florida The SI. Peter's as guest Celebrant In Leader end Pro Ed Malison LAT the t'nlversilv nf. Florid i, Galnes.) charges of breaking and cmcrlnit unit his men as follows: Cox will
"is sponsored by the Florida the absence of the rector, the Rev The tourney Is set for August 24 I vllle, wl'r'harll's Burns Jeiin. and a hearing will be held before do the pitching and PeeWee! Nob-
'li.w,1! Master's Assoclalion. and James Elllsor. I and all Juniors desiring to play die Gass, und Nuts Lewcllcn. re. County Judge J, E vVeuIherii Ins will du the catching Ned
I niversily of Florida' Music The Litany will be read with are urged to enter. Trophies will presenting the Student Council 'nl III l 4pm. 1IJoncIYllIh! Smith' Jchn L Smith Joe Thrill,
Uiuuttment( facllltlei will be used sermon al 7:30 am, by Ralph be awarded winners In all flights Kathy Harder )Nell Cook, and Assistant Sidle. Attorney Thrs, J, Albert' Gonrales Jimmy Ewing,
: < head clinician In Mr, Jack Wood, lay reader I Around 30 to 40 youngsters are Mary Reynolds repiescntlng the Shave, Jr? conducting the quc'i Chnrles Bennett, Robert Wright
>is Trl-lll-Y Club, Honing, unit IMierl Ilkkox will the
who Is Director of Bands atm Father Elllsor will return to taking advantage!! of the free les. dnj.
University of Arizona This Peter's next Sunday, August 2 St'j, I, sons by Pro Ed Msttson each During till'I''k, discussion Allegedly tiiktn from (lie stun placing fir the hem-Cell ...
1 i" Be Mr, Lee I second appeal. Wednesday afternoon at 4:30: and !groups! were held dully with speak. are t.me suns two\' port,ibii Gjme time will DP eight o'eloik
III"> ( as head clinician, for he others desirous of Instruction are / I II I ers attending till group dlsuiH- radios und three liiinlink knives and a lull house Is anticipated
uthe first one In the Initial Hill Awarded Best urged to Join In DON WEYER. parts manager at I. cwerre Motor Co., slons Many Important Ideas were
illiiu" at the University of Florida. Musician Trophy At I I Those registered to date for the received the Golden Circle AI ted from Ford !Motor ('0. discussed\ these moetliiKs. ,
The members of the All-Star lessons and tourney are: I for outstanding performance: in hits rapacity during; the I I Kvenls fur pleasure I'rl' pre
Mimhlng! Band are picked from U. of Miami Camp I I Mary Carter, Lou Carter Ralph past year. Making the award li. Jim Page field manager planned and were enjoyed by all
vannul, high schools all over the Skipper Hill, of Mr and White, Joe Rodeffer Karen Nor. for Ford Motor ('0., as they stand: in front of the atlrndlng M.mv new frlinils from MY APPRECIATIONTO
'" i of Florida. Students son wood' Mallssa Norwood, vurlmm of Florida
are Henry putts were
Mrs. J. II. Hill his been awarded first Ford sold by 1.84MerreIIIlur! ; ( 0., in 1914. Weyer.
Chosen by theFBA. Marching Rrdeffcr, Stanley Stewart Cynlhla made by our representatives, All
l' the trophy for being Best Musician who also received a handsome bronze pin from Ford, said I I
inic Committee from recommendations Allen Mary Welsner Nina Her. delegates Icirnrd many new Ideas
at the that his rarely had calls for for THE VOTERSOF
by their own directors. University of Miami ring. Reed Rucker, Scott Scarboro department parts a car from the woikshnp and arc anxious .
Summer Band and Orchestra of this but t that the would be secured
vintage when
The music to be played has Steve Stublts, Tony Stublla. John la piescnt the Ideas to their
biin written specifically for this Camp, ny McClane, Tommy Schrantt, needed. The "tin liz/ie," which belongs to Dr. George clubs In the fall, FERNANDINA BEACH
event by the noted American compc Harold Penton and Skipper Johnny Scarboro Bruce Gregory, Barker of St Marys, Ga., Is on display in the Lawierre The Horiilu With Workshop Is
'cr, Morton Gould. Working seniors at FOILS returned Friday David Hardee, Wayne DuBois Motor Co., showroom. a leadership ruining I conference
\I ill Mr. Gould's brilliant music after spending five weeks at the Tommy Ferrelra, Jim Johnson I -- .--- for students of senior high school who did fit
inlcUn Lee will design a unique'' University Sally Johnson Alan Dater, John revolutionized warfare ('-I age, minting nil the unh'ersitycampus. not see
li.ilf-timc show which will receive The camp, In which 3M students Dozier, Dennis Dozier, Steve Our Position In Ivui: In early times, rocketry It Is dedicated to Improving
i world: premiere on Saturday were enrolled, formed three bands, Lynch. Chuck Lynch Kathy Allison nun' unknown, billI a. never ex- the ptromnl lives of tide. to make a change in their
August I 1. 1464 at the All-star and one orchestra, with placementIn Billy Stewart, Janice Tuner, Continued" from rage One) I, pit, dad' In Its fullest until the I Kales, and puivlding lutes! Ideasof
football game In Florida Field, each band dl'p'ndlnlon the Jimmy Saunderson, Dwight/ Key h"IIII1'11I icntuiv Silence! his. Icmli'ishlp I liMlnlng In the III''Sor
Mr. LeeI III be assisted by ability of the musician. Steve Rich Clint Rich Marcia Futhermore, the used motor pro- lit" made I the pilcntlnl of. war ..0d""III.III1 liUh: HihiHil 1 netivlties' and 1 et'c. CITY COMMISSIONERIN
members of the Florida Band Prc-pljnncd entertainment simulating Miller, Craig Mean, Wesley Poole I pellets need not be moved away I thou the niuleiir realm s sIs | real 05.11mm/ programs. I
Mister's Association Includingour college and dormitory life Mary Plilnncy Price Poole from the rocket alter it has expended I I m tusk the complete aniiihllaliiiiniiinty -.--- --
own band director Jonathan wee one of the h! h.lights of Its force!, The nation with I :lion: al: : as well as the I i Winners Announced GROUP FOURI
lull The students participating camp. Students attended socials Golfers Are UrgedTo superior weapons has been proved'i i niiinul kingdom 'of the parlh Our
movies, and skits In which they to be the ruler. This theory has In FBWGA
from Activity
Fcrnuncllna Beach are: I It HM mishit's mo cup'ilile' of or- :
Skipper' Hill, Pent Penton. John also participated Complete First been the case from the elirill'HII riving s' huts thiee yards of a I will continue to work for the
times dating back to the ..1..lIe'aAe Winners In the regular Tuesday! "
1 Pulettl. Richard Fox. Chailcs Conc'rlsl'l.'re given rach Sun Round In Tourney 'Im'Iet!, Ilinusands of miles away, :
Jones, Fred Michael Cherrl Ed. day durlns the rivel'1'I'k sessionby when stone axes and clubs i Short inliniied, In conclusion, IIP I acllvilv of the ]Fernandmn lunch/ and betterment of this
cnfldd, Kathy Allison, Sandra. all' bands and the orchestra, A Participants In the Fernandlna ,were the only known weapons As I I aim), Hi it It Is not a matter of I Wtmrn'a, Gulf ASKOC lul Inn lire ilK" progress
Moore and Shclla Bcugnct fat mal banquet was laid on the Beach Golf Association handicap time went on, the discovery of choir thul we continue to advance follows: I to merit
I Ins day of camp and a concert tourney are urged!! to complete the Iron replaced the paramount wea- I I II In exploration of space, but Tied 'her the, 18.hole pulling cum. community so as your
Local Surfers To given by the combined bands first round matches by Sunday, pen(; (he arrow and the spear, I our survival and continuance of petition with 34 putts mesh were continued confidence.
Special award ate given each said tourney chairman Don Brown I with die advent of the sword. our say of life lies In the balance Jean IliHipir mill Nudity Ilirrlng,
Meet July 23 year to the outstanding students. tills week. Close hind fiehlliiK with swords nt oar progress There Is ulso an Tied In Ihe II.hole platy with IS
Penton received the following: The competition will cover six and metal spears gave the tribes : ol'nt" to land a moon exploration I'' putts elldlI I'rl' .:Kvelyn Tarltun
At Rec CenterThere Outstanding Progress In Musldin- weeks with weekly play running superior advantage! of their ad. team during this decade i and Edna Daugherty BEN SORENSEN
from Monday versarlcs, until a farsighted ruler'discovered ', I I
ship Award In Service through Sunday.
will be a meeting of the Bib Paterson a visiting Klwan.
local surfers on Thursday night In Theory and being a member Those unable to play In the required the advantage from the A recent survey by the Slate Paid Pop Adv,
of for' Ian of the Tennessee
July 23, at 7.43 at the Recreation rf the Honor Cabin; Hill: Out. period are asked to de UM personal armor plate Knoxville Board of Conservation shows that
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fault. body protection. Such development Club mode his attendance, -
Center Auditorium standing In Theory member of I up salt water sprits' fishermen spend '-- -
The purpose of the meeting the Honor Cabin, Outstanding First round winners will be announced continued until the Invcn- Fred Cook had as his guest his nearly $236 million a year In pur. Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results
too; form a new Surf Club. Musicianship, Award In Service next week lion of gunpowder and the cannon Rim James. L. Cook suing their hobby,
Anyone Interested In the sport member of the Dance Band, and -

is welcome to attend. Outstanding In Athletics -_" I( Little League I

I '' '
(Continued From Page One) SUMMER

ry Rice popped to short and Bur- I ,
Paul C. Burns Agency peas was caught off second on the' _
The big liming came In the sixth I er'
Registered Real Estate Brokers : when Fcrnandina scored four runs
on two walks and singles by Beryl
311!) South Rlh Street
R' .
Rice Burgess, Barry Rice and Itf
I'hone 261-3606: David Johnson, I ,,, lIRR
Harris allowed one hit In the '
bedionm ma-scnl first Inning, then did not allow' '
Large three ')' house for sale near another lilt until two were out In : ........ y, ?
high school. 2 baths, some pamling, one car carport, the final Inning/, _. ',-,. 'J.o. ;: '..-
Can lie bought for minimum down payment and $86.00 Hank Bailey Beryl Rice, 'Die -.o.-

per tion month.needed.Mute In Immediately No fcredlt ItivestiifdP\ : "' to Burgess lead Fernandlna collected I two In hitting hits:: apiece while 1 I Her "Are Just A Few of The Bargains Galore Through ''Out Our Store '

1908 Beech Street. A brick veneer Klngsberry' Steve Bevllle, Barry Rice and Da.
Home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Possession vld Johnson had one hit each for I IFernandl"

Ideal Immediately for a new Modern teacher design at the high and school.screened Assume porch. ley Dewayne got the*.Harris two Forest and Ellis View Ash hits. COTTON PRINTS w 98cto$1.39yd. r MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS

FHA loan and pay small down payment.
: BOX SCORE KEG. 59c YARD J SOLIDS & FANCIES Reg. $2.99 $3.93 to |5.00 I $5.95 and Up J

This house Is asleeper. 4 blocks from Elemen Fer.andlna all r II [
3 0 2 ,, NOW 39c I I 'l
Bailey '
tary school. 1 block from Atlantic Avenue 2 baths. Lancaster so 3b 2 1 0 NOW67cyd. NOW $2.591 NOW ,$2.99, NOW., $3.59 ;

If you can pay about $1,000 down and about $!IOO; per Flanklm, Ir 3 0 0 I 4 Yards $1.50 2 For $3.01)) I 2 For $5.75: I 2 Fur $7.01))
month, you can move in immediately. Give owner Beryl Rice Ib 4 1 2 ...
time to rake the leaves one more time from under the Burgess. rr 4 I 2 i I IBeville
oak trees and you have made a deal. Not even the 2b 3 0 I'''
next door neighbors know this house is for sale. We'll I Barry Rice, cr 3 I l'' w

let you in on the secret if you come by the office and Johnson e 3 I II' LADIES I & TEEN DRESSES MEN'S
really want to buy a home right Harris, p 2 0

home the ft 11 II 0'I' n.I.to! ) NOW $4.00 I 'i'lSi'!+ NOW $8.00 J J SPORT COATS 1
Very large en Yulee highway, 2,000 Forest View $7.9 [ % [
square feet with an acre of land Make UIIIn offer Bare, 2b 300 $ I & 25 OFF s
This I owned is presently by Joe Mixon.ft owned. by Lewis Harper and previously I l.oylass Pickering, /is. 3b 2 3 0 0 0 0 ; ,.Jo NOW $6.00 $155UU; NOW $10.00

Harris, p.re 3 0 1'O'Berry (?
,. ft ft lb 3 0 01Ilnlliman I
The Clarence Geiger home on flinch Drive Is still rf. p 2 0 0 .
: available Almost 3,000 square feet of space' with Ashley Ir 2 0 I ,, It'
w large family room and kitchen area adjoining and featuring Peel, e 2 0 0 MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS '
r paneling and a lovely large fireplace Back Ctence cr 2 0 0 BERMUDAS
fenced shady yard encloses a patio .shaded by trees. Watkins, ph 1 0 II SHORTS "?. N 0 W $2. 9 9
is ske. This brick home Totals 23 0 Z $1 I lRi NOW 2Kor
Separate dining room large $2.98 & $:llS! $5.00 and Up "t II $1 .59
x is: for someone who wants an above the average home Fernandina lee 004 0 II 9 2 tfl SIMM:I
: and yet wants to live outside the city limits. Forest View 000 000 0 0 21 Now $2.59 -3| OFF $1'.si43::1: NOW $ 99 $2.9M&:; q 2 ;For ,
$1.99 1
w TT I i
2 "
r 809 Stanley Drive. Lovely 'i bedroom masonry 2 For $3.00; ) For $7.50 S.I.IIK" $1.75: ;
Barber Is Named
house' under large oak trees. Private patio in rear with i .
large storage room and workshop\ behind carport
Continued( From Page One) t tGrrchc I
\. Small down payment IInd $33.00: per month.

: ft ft ft ( told of such cases are! CHILDREN'S DRESSES .
We will beginning\ construction\ onI large Inltla'ed' by Ihe deserted mothers Ladies' Children'sSWIM LADIES'I KNIT SHIRTS I
: brick colonial two story home with four bedrooms! and and host the slate to which the' $ ; & 2 For

3 baths !soon' In Pirates Cove. Top story will' have lw 'father 1 has moved responds In Is. !&: ; $2.59 $;). IO WEAR $%.9;) & $3,93: !!; & I
of the Ocean. We will tictept trade in of smaller house suing court orders and determin-1 I $1.99 $2.99
this Kingsberry' Home. Are interested? iiU: his ability to pay. I !); & 2 For $:1.511: $5.95;) ;)
new you
: on $33s $
ft ft ft lie noted that over limo such ;) ; 3.5 9 $7.00 OFF ?
ruses arc handled annutlly In this
: We have several dozen of the best, listings we diUrlit. lie added that In l')33!): $5,95 and Up $5.00 Abovo $5.952 PRICE i
have had in several years. For a home in any pricentnw the domestic relations agency In ,
: \ and for the lowest down payments in town, call Jacksonville handled $316,000 In
us today for a visit to any of our homes payments annually as ccmparcdto
over 12000000 In Ith3. I II' w It'
We will buy your lot, building you a KIngsberry In closing Cordle cited that SHORTS MEN'S SUITS BOYS' SHORTS '
Home and combining nil the costs into one package. this Is an Act which Is handled MEN'S WALK

VA or JollA terms are available on all of our houses\ exclusively by the states with no I/e/ !. t

We are usually\ open about 8:00: A.M. to about that federal similar Intervention.handling might Intimating well $3.95$4.95: & Now $ 2. 9 9 $::& Now $23.64 t2f: Now $1.99 1 ,

6:00: P.M. live clays a week and on Saturday morn be desirable In other areas of goy : t"
ings.: We are as near as your telephone ernment. ( ": !!l5 & $:t5/l0 I /)( & .:J.Jt4! Now $ 2. 59
Visiting Rotarians were B, B.1 I Up Now $ 3.9 9 $:,17..0 Now $25.00
Benjamin of Miami, J. H McMII- I, 2 For $5.00
Ian of Jacksonville. Pr. Luke
Paul C. Burns Agency Garrett of Austell, Ct.. Don Yohol I
of Brandi Ga, and Dr. Duncan j
Shepard cf Atlanta, Ga j
Other guests were Rev. FredW MEN'S & BOYS One Group
Woolsey Jr. of North English, )
Iowa: Claudius Walker of the A S. ALLAN'SATLANTIC
Ssd 1
KINGSBERRY HOMES Florida Slate Board of Health.; I! SWIM WEAR 1 PLAYotionallySAdHOEvertiseS .
t Butch Garrett and Hughes Harper .
new Bukk-Pontlac dealer I ::
1-3 OFF .
Registered Real Estate Brokers here I $2.99 AVENUE "

319 South Mh Street

Phone 261-3606 I Trade At Home j I

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r tcfna Davis Circle Personals

SeJma Kindig Circle "Me and My Bible" At Woolsey Home
Held TheGarden J. Schroeder of
Wedding July 18 Mrs. F. Amelia
Has Cook-Out At I Program At Myrtie On Wednesday I City has as runt* thli wwk her

I son-ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr andMrs.
Pgrrish Home Burgess Circle The Edna Dsvls Circle of the "
Basket I I. A. >'au and Mr. and Mm.
Memorial Methodist Church' met
'The Selma KJndlg Circle of Flrit The Myrtle Burgess Circle of en Wednesday at the home of Mra I G. Ort and daughter, Edna of

Baptist Church' enjoyed I delightful I the Memorial Methodist Church Baltimore, Marjland.
B. F, Woclsey( Mrs. Woalsey had BY JANE SC\ FIELD Ii

cock-out' and meeting Monday met Thursday, July 18, at the as her guest, her sister Mrs. i Mr. and Mri. James L, Conk
night In the home of Mrs. Joe Par. 'hcme! of Mrs. Exteen Corbett
Mary Guple-n of Rocky "Mount Jimmy of Linden
and Ala
This week we were asked to Inc and It belongs to the amar.i ion
1'I1111.-on Stanley Drive. Mri. Wll- I wit nine members present Prior Carolina, who her this
Norlb assisted upending week
I bama
\write about the elephant-ear and i anth lamlly which contains Hie ore
'ItamrAeoMa nerved a* co-hostess 110 the meeting, refreshments were In serving I 1' Mr and !Mrs, Fnd
hl parents L
colorful now en.
we Just love (o. The plant has in- summer
for tho alfiir..Mr ser\ed t>v the hostess. I
The business l meeting was opened b Igued us since childhood davs I I Joying a period of popularity, such Cook.
Mrs, Corbitt, circle chairman,
\ *.. Ben Eller opened the meet.Ing with pnver by the chairman
"' \ 'with a welcome to all. There opened the meeting/ with praver. Mrs R E. Plilnney who had Just when we visited In a home where as Joseph's Coat Summer peln..j Mr. and Mn. W. W Perry and
Mrs. 11. V Biirgcss the tie: !'OCt.I.tre served in a cream settla, etc. The Cockscomb and Clark, of
was one visitor, !Mrs. Dim Collins gave returned from a vacation In Eur relative too Is the \little sum.mtr mm, Bill Savannnh.
siuce, talner being tlie name used as
,11\1I one new member Mrs. Earl Spiritual Life Program entitled Georgia, will arrive Oil* weekend
\ ope.
for (he roots although It was explained batchelrr bull on known asGkbeamnranth.
I "Me and My Bible": and closed' several lays vlmth.Mrs. .
F. Wllwm, ,Jr., present. Mrs T, E. Gcxlsby( ( presented! to spend -
to us that they were (till'nots I
.":'Mr?. William: Acosta brought with praver. the devotional on the theme, Perry's brother-in-law anil
Routine nude and of the ekphaut-ear. When This gay: little pot plant Is not W, L.
the devotion frrm (tho 40lh PMilm reports were "Lost" Mrs. E. P, Davis, Sr gave sister, Mi. and Mrs. Vtlib
moved to Amelia there for
a total of thlrty.flvel111t.. were I II missionary education I we werervmerous very demanding except that and son, BUI.I .
ilosrd whh special re.jimcfla a picgram I
prayrr -
elephant-ear plants best color and farm of growth it
made by the members
; :; Irom the members and the The chairman gave Information 1 on "Wbnt Commutes s Mission- rrowlng at the side of the hfniw, nerds plenty of \light. It Is rooted I (Please See Page 5))
and Included '
ary" Interesting
calendar for the month.
prayer acme of them attaining tremendous
rrcm cuttings.
I concerning the Annie Brown-Myr
Each member answered roll call \ memories abnut missionaries. size before killed to the ground CARD OF THINKS
? tie Burgest birth dated calendar j It decided to hold Rummrge Recently there hat been qultt a
was a
-with a verse of scripture referring Mrs J. J. Hamilton presented I Sale In the early fall, either- fay cold weather., Of course each bit of emphasis. in farden clubs With deep gratitude we wish to
_(o/ree, freedom or liberty.' An In. tbty.shoot up again, giving I thank each one for their kindness
the Missionary EdwaUoa program alcne or In conjunction with an.j I I arm circles, and In garden magazines,
".IDI'matl\'e flag quiz followed. using as the subject "New Day other circle.i ua pleasure during the hot on giving plants their correct names In our bereavement In the death of

Regular reports were glvtn and For Women", taken from the I j I days of late summer and fall It Is Instead of a common name delcrlptlve I, our belcved mother, and grandmother -
.. i The August meeting will he held I certainly a pl.nt1111 which the Mrs. Birtle Cusad)'.
Mrs, Ellcr reminded' membr-ri to World Outlook. I though thAt may bt!. The
In the home of Mrs. Robert Car. i lazy gardener can product a tropical cards, food and
itt rid the last half of the book The meeting adjourned with the I II common names for plants vary Tile
son. effect with little or no effect. beatulful floral offerings \\cic
circle benediction. Th AUllu.tmectlng from one section of the country to
.study. for this month. Mra, J. J. I The meeting was closed with The leases of some varieties grow
will be held at the home I another even from one part of a I deeply appreciated.
Xlarer Is teaching the book en. II ( the circle benediction. as long as three' feet, heart or to 1
of Mrs. Stanley Tarltoa.I' MR. AND MRS. SAMMY PRESTON HARRIS I II II i state to another. These common Our thanks especially 'I'Y.
titled 'Spiritual Life Develop.Him. I I shield shape, but resembling the names often overlap and we, find S. C. Bnker, Dr. C. B. Bre '!'on,

." This last meeting will be Callahan Garden In a lovely wedding In the home Up veil of Illusion was attached. WSCS To Meet July ears of the elephant enough to I two or even more being called by and our wonderful neighbors. Jl.iy
of her parents, Miss Faye Llnell to a crow of seed pearls. She I warrant the common name. The the same name. Take the name God bless each one of >'ou.I .
10, at the Chapel.
August Club To Plan Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs carried a white prayer book i 27 In Parish Hall scientific tame Is Colocasla and- "Bird of Paradise", Nobody knows (signed) Mrs. Donald Landrc ,

.........Community Missions Chtlrmen Thomai Hie Lee became the I adorned with I white orchid and j quorum, and they have quite a few hearing It whether the plant In I I Mrs. Frank Lelshtnn, !Mrs. An inCulberhoiise.
Mrs. J, C. Lathrop and Mrs. W. H Display For Fair jl hrld" rf Sammy Preston Harris, satin streamers to which baby The Woman's Society of Chris-1 near relatives which bear tubers discussion Is the exotic Strelltzlareg Mrs. Donald Splvc .

".r.r1tfr; set up Thursday the Zlth, on July ID The bridegroom Is the orchids' were attached. tlan Service of the Memorial Me. | prized by natives In tropical countries 'me of the banana family or and grandchildren.
( meeting to make cancer The Callahan Garden Cub has thodlst Church, wlU meet Monday
o l'.a son of elder and Mra. John Harris For her daughter's wedding, fcr food All of these tubers the fascinating flowering tree with
pads. The circle Is to meet with arrange*! a meeting to Include re* I if Bell, Florida. I Mrs Lee chose I dress of blue July 27, at 10 00 a.m In I are poisonous unless cooked. On the scientific name !'of Poinclanagllliesi I I
Mrs. Harry Peters. presenletlvea, or anyone Interest Parish Hall, for their regular
.,,. learning that we have never felt
The groom's father, Elder Harris I polished cotton featuurlng a lace !, As It stands now, garden
,. tile Scv.entire" ed, from tbe garden clubs of Nasaau I monthly and business
The Program, "Before program tempted to renew the childhood I
performed the double ringceremony bodice. Her accesaorles were white, I encyclopedias carry as many com-
County. This meeting will be which time all circles '
was Introduced by Mra. : I meeting at taste for them.
at eight o'clock.An and she wore a corsage of white men names as con be gathered
Harry Peters with Mm. Darwin on Wednesday.! August 3, from will give their reports up to date, II' i These leaved belong
big plants
I carnations.Mrs. .
arch cf lighted candles tcgether along/ with the scientific
MOO an. until 2W: '.m., at the entwined I
assisting. All .
Smith Miss Lynn Hitchcock will
Recocatlon Center In FernandlnaBeack with plumo, snd floor I Harris, mother of the I' to Hie same family as the cala.diuma names but even then It can become
took port by reading scripture sent the program, "Where Does I the arrthurlums, the dleffenbachla difllcult at times
baskets of'hll.. gladlolas and bridegroom, chose I dresa of extremely
wit* covered 1lsh lunch I
functions f :
the duties or a I ITime"
A Christian Woman Volunteer Her other
nvRivlng few
and quite a
\ "the eon at nopn. thasta daisies on either side, printed crepe, with white lee to classify f a plant. If everyonewould
I Church. formed a lovely setting for the aorles. Her corsage was of white : attractive foliage plants In fart learn the real name rather '
., ,,.Mrs. Price closed the program The abjeet cl tWs meeting lafor wedding carnations A prayer service la to be held I there are small type fancy leaved thin the nickname of plants theyown 'I

.., ?.and! .l CI.'tlnlt with prayer. planting /lower dlsphy It In Memory Chipcl fifteen minutes elephant ears of various varieties there would be far less con
Miss Marie Barnes waa thebride' A reception waa held Immediately
the air.
The hostesses served a delicious prior to the regular meeting grown as pot plants. I
maid of honor. Her the fusion.
gown following ceremony.
dessert to Mrs Earl F. Wilson Bring your good Ideas, and we We were asked If these plants
r.., .Mra. Don Collins, Mrs. Paul viU net thiaes in good shape.Mr was of Ice blue chiffon designed The bride's table wai overlaid grow well In the sun. A reference I
with a fitted bodice and ballerina The toadfish, a Bait water puffer
with lace cloth. The four tier
... .Wtspec'h(( Mrs W. R Price. Mr*. a Stork Club book states that they \like full sun
'...J..,C. Lathrop. Mrs. Harry Peters. : and Mrs. William Reedy .1.1I length skirt. Her head piece was wedding talk was topped with a or shifting shade depending onvariety. and grunter, has excellent meat t

.' Mrs Darwin L. Smith, and Mrs. Eustls spent Thursday with Mrs. a bow of chiffon with matching miniature bride and groom and Our largest plants have along his sides; but he must be I

.. ......!\\I'n Eller. J I Carol Anderson.Irene's circular veil, and the carried a was encircle by net ruffling, Mr. and Mri Luther "Bud" alwavi grown in high shade but properly skinned and cleaned to Next Door To Merle Norman

.., .. bouquet of white button pompons, plumosa and dalsey pcmpon Rice, of Jeiup, Georgia, announce also In a spot which was rather Cosmetic Studio
Mrs. Drls Lee Greene, sister of I the birth of a son on Wednesday, moist and humusy, which may use.
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David Lee served as best man. the bride, served the 'tilde's cake, July 22, at Wayne Memorial Hospital have accounted for the lush I

:: The bride was lovely In her' ballerina and Mlsa Jean Harris presided at In Jesup, Georgia. The lad growth. They are said to like a

; : : ; Beauty Salon length gown of Chantllly the punch bowl. i' weighed 8 pounds and 8 ounces, I rich, moist soil. Howe\er, they arc LA DIES.I Tired of Cooking? ..

lace over net and taffeti. The For their wedding trip, Mrs. and has been named Adam Lee. plants to fill definite spots In a :
, Harris wore a dress of pink and landscape and one would think If ;
1328 North llth Street fitted bodice was designed with I Maternal grandparent: is Mra. DELICIOUS FOOD BOXED TO GO!
... .... .., white rayon with whit leeellOr'j they fill the landscape require.,
scalloped neckline and embroidered ies and tht white orchid Cathy Holland Paternal grandparents ment that Is where they should be While You Shop At Booth's Market :

... ;. ,: Permanents Shampoos and Sets with aeed pearls. Her finger bridal bouquet. are Mr. and Mn Luke encouraged to grow. I
: : I Rice. Great grandparents are While through ref. 7 Hot Dogs $1 Vi Fried Chicken $1.25 .
thumbing a
Mr and Mrs. Charles Gallagher

'" .. Manicures, Tinting & All Beauty YWA Sets Plans Legion Auxiliary I and great, great grandfather Is erence a bit book of recently Information we which came upon we 7 Hamburgers $1 ( Family Size $2.00))

.. Needs Mr A. T. How land of FernandlnaBesch.
For Of Post 54 To have wanted It that
August This makes the filth living long seems Shrimp $1.25
...... ...... j at flower show after flower show
: And September Meet July 28 I I generation of this family. I the Chlckcn-Glzzard-Plant Is Bar-B-Que Ribs or Chicken $1.25

.... .
and to
brought In
"' nobody seems
't ,Slenderizing The Young!! Ladles Auxiliary of The regular meeting of Amerl- Classified! ads will sell or rent
know about It than Us QUICK SERVICEPhone
the First Baptist Church met can Legion Auxiliary of Post 54, several million homes including the any more 261-5965

,I :.. .. .:':'.:' Takes The Work Out of Exercise Monday In the home of Gall and will be held July 28, at 1:00 1.S million new dwelling units ex. I common name, which of course lsi
p.m"I' a'
1 FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 261-4592 Shirley Mi'KendreeMifti In the Legion Home I peeled to be constructed this year, quite descriptive It really has 709 South Eighth Street

Brenda Beard was In The prvsUtont will name her according Newsprint Facts rather pretty Creek name Ires-

', : IRENE ROpGERS, Manager I charge of the program on "Relig chairmen for the year at this j I, -.-- -' --

,( ious Liberty", Several letters were meeting. All newly Installed offlci
.:.-. --- -- ---- -_. -- read fnm' missionaries In Spain 1 ers and members are urged to attend.
Italy, and Indonesia. Much pro. .
grcsa has been made especially In Sensational Annual Summer

Spain where doors closed by the Edith Flood Circle ,
r government, have recently been

opened for services. Holds July Meeting

Your health During.: the business! session
At Michael Home
[>hns were made for August aad
September. A project railed
comes The Edith Flood Circle of the '
"ChrUlmaa In Aunust" will b* (
Memorial Methodist Church, met
first hfre observed Tho ladles will'
: young at the home of Mrs, Lora Mlchi
bring gifts, wrapping and
paper ael on the evening of July 14th,,
ribbon for I box to be sent to "
with seven members present.
Make our pharmacy Rachael Sims Mission, where they '
Miss Kathleen Davis read the
your "heallMuurt. Kill be kept for Christmas dlstrtlutlon '
of the "Talents" for (till
.. for accurately- parable devotional. Mrs Michael's Mis.)'
fill d A tentative date of September Now In At
e prescriptions, aloHary Education Report "Ant Progress Bailey'sMEN'S
reliable fUck room and It and 12, has been set for a Pray.PI' the Earthquake", concerned the ,I,

health aid*. Retreat. help given to those In need dining
This month the YWA Book Club and after the Good Friday earth -

resented to the church library enitled quake In Alaska. MEN'S

"Golden Bunts from Bur. Mrs. Becky Lay, Hostess Chair. Girls' and Ladies'JAMAICA
mi", story of Ann iljMCillne Judsrn man announced that next month's

Quick, Dependable Service missionary to Burma meeting would be held In the SUMMER'!' SUITS I.

Mrs. Joyce M 'Kondrce served home of Mrs. Isabelle Birnlnk. : ,SHORTS ,, '
delicious refreshments to, the flvd Following the 'benediction,, dell" 1 NOW
STEGER DRUGCOMPANY members present. Jeanette Gaul clous refreshment' were served by Reg. -

was welcomed as a new member. the Hostess. 20 % OFF

The YWA ha.x'en\ Invited 4ohe $19.95 fo $37.95
August 3 meeting of the WMU, Bethany Workers

207 Athint Aie. Phone 2 l-i257: : at which time !Mri James Stcrts
Class Hold
will speak on enslish language! July

.. churches In Germany Meeting At Surf : J MEN'S\ SUMMER LADIES' BLOUSES

I ,
Officers Installed The Bethany Workers Sunday 1
: --
School class of the First Baptist SPORT COATS
--.- --.- For Nassau County I
Church, held Its regular monthly .. Sleeveless _

Salon of 8-40 meeting at the Surf Restaurant ''I Regular $22.50 to $29.95 '\. -

Nassau County Salon number Huh July, Mrs.12th with Hazel I Mrs.Edwards Pauline, Pur-and: I IMr. Roll Sleeve

; Man Theatre G3G of ElRht-Kortv held Inslalla.tlrn .. Pearl Johnson hostesses. I Now $17.95'

July 13 at Seaside: Hotel with Mrs. Ida Mae Welsner prcsl. ar'J
dent, presided over the business '
: Phone 261-4849 C. E. Reach, Mgr.\ dinner at seven o'eIOl'k. Departe.
Knit Shirts
mental Chapeau. Mrs. Kilty Hef.
; No Matinees Except For Special! Show s I fron of Seftaer Morlda did the Mrs Mildred Klttrrll gave the Men's Summer Slacks 20% 0 F FMEN'S ';"
from the
-- honors, with Mrs. Edna Wclmerassisting. devotional taken 2nd and
3rd. chapters of 2nd Corinthian I 1-3 OFF
FRIDAY & SATURDAY I Various reports of the class were .
Mra. Ruth Lowrlc, Depirtrment-
I I '
: JULY 24 & 25 i al Chapeau Premier of Dinsmore given. .
The hostesses presented Mrs.Welsner :
: 7:30 'was the Illeit.I .

.;7 I The tables were decorated with sage on with her arrival a tlR7: t In cor.the; t WALKING SHORTS L.\IHES'SlJIMER
"STAGE TO THUNDER ROCK" Legion Poppy and Greenery. evening the class presented her. HAND BAGS 1 1-3

I Officers for the Insulng year arc: with a gift In appreciation for nil SWIM TRUNKS Ir:: ; :iir: :

: .. .. BARRY SULLIVAN LON: CIIANEY Le Petit Chapt'all.Ir.! .. Mignon she had done for the class
TECHNICOLOR Fink; Le Petit Chapeau Premier Mra. Mildred; KlUrell l will 1 sriveas I J ." : ; : :iilir GIRI.!;' & I.AOIF.s' GIRLS' DRESSES :

,1.: I Mra. Adele Zcltlow; La Petit Dcuxlenc president for the remainder of KNIT SHIRTS I

: 9:07: Mrs, Nuggat Coleman; L' the year as Mrs Wel.ier Mill lie [ : ; :jf:; SWIM SUITS Up To 1.3 OFF :

p.m. Aumonter, Mrs. Pearl! Junes; L1Auehlvlate moving out of town. I : ,,: ''J!: REDUCED
!Mrs. Mamie Indovlns; A Joyful hour of fellowship and 20 % off yj,.. ....- -

"SHOCK TREATMENT"STUART I La Casslere, Mrs. Theresa !Had. a delicious dinner was enjoyed by'' > O E LOT TWO T A LES ..

dork: Le Secretaire Miss Kalher. the sixteen members present. I ODDS & ENDS
; MCDOWELL\ I Ann Marts. Pouvoir; Mrs. Etta Lynn Ann Mullis\ of Lake City
I $1.00
Mac LambrlKlit !Mrs. Ethel Kim. loft Thursday after spending several > One Prc., $2 :

rey, and Mrs. Grace Smith. days with her grandparents, HOY'S SHORT SLEEVE ..

: SUNDAY & MONDAY I I Gifts were prevented to the vis.Iling Mr. and Mrs. F F. Mullis. I COTTON AND KNIT SHIRTS ..
JULY 26 & 27 Chapeau, retiring Chapeau, Mr. and Mrs. Sholton Birbcr

__. 7:30: p.m. i i and officers.Mrs. and son Victor spent Monday and 20 % OFF BAILEY'SATLANTIC, ;
Fink thanked the Salon forgiving Tuesday of this week In Tampavisiting
i :": ber the opportunity of serving I with Mrs. Barber's par.ents. I

"THE LONGEST DAY" for the year and asked for one Mr. and Mrs. Allen Adam Boy'* Walking Shorts n Ol r rAnd

hundred percent' cooperation. They also attended her brother'swedding I U f r AT SEVENTH
: 42 INTERNATIONAL STARS" Swimming Trunks U/0
j August Mart-he will be held at Larry Adams .nd the ..

Jackauswilte Unit NUM. ,IAlifJ>>lr. UU. Lucy Lynn. '
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Aaws.t.entkle "I.luwm..a! isrtun: Honda Iduiiajj! juty &;\, iv"4 rand rags ,
Nita, H. W ilJiiipillr ,a -.
i children Fredrick Ronnie, "
Brian, of Brownsville Bayport. The schooner Sea Bird,
j Tease,
i spending' several weeks with Earnings of Container Corporation then off Anclote Key. aid 'ttwicbouacr

Mr. and Mna D. 0. Oxley attended i Mrs. Dupont Rowland, Roger I Humphrey's mother, Mrs. F. 0'I : ttmewall issfoted 'la this

tho funeral services of | Arsenault and mother, Mrs. Laura Hobctn.Mr.. I I Rise 28 Per Cent In Second QuarterSecond operation. The three vngselrtm.
rieivoused at Punta Russ, she
Mrs Henry Smith In IMIilard left i iI
,, I Arsenault Friday to visit and Mrs Albin took aboard 2fiO troops. On July

Sunday afternoon. I I friends' and relatives for two weeks and son, Cliff have quarter earnings of $5. T,, the force landed on the north

Miss Linda Tutum of Snnts j Iin Canada. I lions for several! days before \117(1,11(10( ( or I M per common share, side of me Anclote River,, and

Anne, California arrived thin tuning to their summer horn wee announced today by In H. FLORIDA the Stonewall and Rosalie returs-
week to upend several days with Mr. and Mrs Dill Dibrosky and SaliKla North Carolina, Schocnhofen, president and chivfexecutive ed to Tampa( Bay Federal force
: family returned to Charleston, officer of Container Brooksvllte
I, planned first to raid
Mini Oetchen Hall.
Mr and Mrs. B. J. 100 YEARS AGO
: South Carolina Sunday after spendIng Sloan Coiputulion of America, which and hen( fall back on Bayport, The
Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper returned the wt'ek.emllIRllinJ friends : rd Isst week from I operate a *per board mill and, Ariel was scheduled to meet the

home this week from the Country 1 and relatives, Ninth Carolina to spend thippinK ciintaincr plant In Fernaiulinii Published' byYLOltllt.l force at that point on July 12. On

Club, at Denmark, South Caro. days visiting friends sod iir.innv: ( AND July 10 In compnny with the Sea
Una She was accompanied home I Paul Hanson and Barry Rowland I'I'I !before returning to North!! The earnings represent a 28 percent HISTORICAL tOM.MlSSION: : Hint\ the Ariel proceeded' to lid,.

,by !Mrs Conner Guess and sons, will leave Friday to visit the lima Inoreme. over last year's second tl\H. W\R CENTENNIAL: : : port The Sea Bird anchored about

Alan and Tommy and Mrs. Ed campus of Florida State University Mr. and Mrs. 0, P. Nagrl c" 1"I I qimitor emnmict' of $ ltH5! ,. : COMMITTFE four miles off the coast, and the

Price and daughter, Debbie of for the week-end daughter, Miss Mary Nnucl, i INTO or $, I-! per common share 2'R) Valencia Avenue, Ariel! proceeded to a point within

Denmark South Carolina. Mr Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Adams and granddaughter, Miss Paulette 'I Container Curpiwratlon'i f'.rnlllg.1' ('ur.,' billies: Florin 31131Kdi.td t 1 1I a hundred yards of the location

Conner Guess: of Denmark and (children Nancy, Elizabeth and ,I gel, are spending a work on I for I lit,. first six month of 1W! bv K\\JUEI. PROCfon, of a former gun battery Acting

Mr. James Elliott of Charlotte, Becky have returned from a i bench visiting friends and rei motion pkture "Stage To Thunder were 'II.IIOOB]:!!
North Carolina will arilve this week' visit wllh relatives In Augusta tives. Sullivan and I Lon C'hnney. Thin dare, compared with "',972.001. I I was dispatched Into town le demand .
A small force left Bar.
week-end. and Dublin Ga. I may be seen at the flan Theatre, Fri '.'or '.8t per share for the same Federal It* surrender If he found
Mr. and Mrs. P. N. ncrlod litnt year, an increase of rancas yesterday, and this morn. anyone there, or to take' BASIC*.
Miss Chris Hall returned home Mr. and Mr, Charles Smith and of Waycross, Georgia are July 24 and 23. 25 percent: I II 'Ing, alter a march of thirty miles, skin of It If It had been evacuated

hit week after spending several log several day with their I attacked Confederates at Camp I \ few minutes I ,
ehlldren, Mike, Stephen and David I Sales for the! three months Returning I I within 1
dayi visiting with friends In Chic of Redwood, Calif, have beenuests In-law and daughter, Mr. i I endlld June SO, 1904 were $!lR.. I Gonzales on the Pensacola Rail Bacon reported that all the adult
ego of Mr. and Mrs H. E. Wll- Mrs Noah Solomon.Mr. rood fllteen miles above Pen a. male Inhabitants had Clad, nd
I $8H,078,01)0 I coin, 'Companies G, E,, and I, 7th
six fomlj.
(Ham five or
Little Frank Barnhardt Jr. returned and !Mrs Walt ( Alabama Cavalry, approxlnnlcly there were only .
to Tlfton, Georgia, after and children, .Lucy Tom, For The HomemakerDy of 111(13.! ( Sales for the first IIJI'' lei remaining. A force was Immediately
Warren Fouracre of the Trav. I Mary 120 mm each, were at the camp sent bark Into town
pending several days visiting I eler Insurance Company, visited and Julie, and Jim Burns months of 10(14! ( were $184,579,000 They hud completed only two
with his compared with $170fi grandmother, Mrs. Myra with Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Jamesonand (leave Saturday on a 10-day I days: ago, a new fort named Fort the outskirts so
Barnhnrdt the first half of 11)03.) un Increase set up a picket on
and aunt, Mrs. Fianz Stradford Connecticut.
other friends here last week. to I Hodgson, considered by them to Confederate
Mitchell. I will visit Mr. of 8 !per cent. as to prevent any
there they berry strong, and they had decided
( Miss Michael Dennis of Helena, Mrs. Harrison Schoenhnfen said that Improvement forces approaching: Russell went
jewskl' brother H. A. Mary N. hazards,
to defend It at all .
Mr. and Mrs. John Stinson and In miles, and earning was In to examine the town. The'real.
Georgia arrived Saturday to spend
ski and visit the World's Fair
I but submitted to the vigorous dash ,
family are spending this week at I reflected In both domestic and' dents were all "greatly frightmtd.
several days on the beach vacationing New York. Home Demon trntion Agent
of the 7th Vermont
made by a portion
Half knowledge" of the
Moon Lake near Ocala! with her family and visit overseas operations. "While we but had no
National Park. lug with Iriends. I Julie Lee and Cindy Cane experienced' a mode, Increase In Veterans Volunteers, the Federal expedltloa against Brooks
B2nd:! U S, Colored Infantry (he
Monday to spend the week al .... volume pi'ices on fabricated products vide Russell took possession of a
Friends of Mrs. Beatrice Lyons Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hill return. lot Florida Cavalry I not mountedi', and baler of cotton that
A, Camp "Camp of Suwannee In the domesti area continue few begs
will be glad to know she returned ed Sunday after visiting with Mr. In Branford They will return : : AND: RE- meat often I I. caused by condensation to be depressed Sihoev. the 14th !New York Cavalry, and I were lying loose la a building

hone last week after being eon. and Mr. R. M. Gough and family. I Saturday. : hat( cause of moisture; warm moist all hofen Raid "Our Improved earnings the well-nimcd shells of the 1st formerly used as a school house,
f I fined to St. Vincent' Hospital In ) .' from craning In condenses on coolor picture Is primarily a retire. Florida Battery." After a half I and another lhtrtv-lw bale slacked .
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. \ food surface hour of fighting, the Confederates I
I of the accruing froma on the side of thlt road about a
bans profits
Mrs Nellie Miss Sharon Cough arrived Sunday had as guests over the most often Damaging mnlilure may Indicate i capital xpenditurt" program wllliitrcw lr<,m the new fart !t'av. mile! and a half from tows,
I Wold and daughter to spend two weeks with Miss the letter's brother-in-law and silk, wool that repairs are needed. Replace Ing in Federal linnds their rcgl-.: "
Lara Lee left \VI beran In 1982"During There were also tome lingo
today spend. Elizabeth Burns. and Mn. H. Maay menial lag and all their official I
Mr. E. :
cracked or defective mar
Inj several the past two end nee small
days with Mr. and number
and and family of Sanford.Mr. alS'1 I to tar. Make certala that outside Sehoenhofen said, pnx-ri| eight prisoners Including I cowl a
Mrs F. F. Muills. Misj Laura Myrick of Augusta, I half years, boots but no blockade runners. The
liciiteminti, a cnnslderahle amount -
drainage Is adequate. Some base.mends Invented a
Georgia Is spending the week va- and Mrs. Carl Glynn. Container Corporation has peeple at Bavpnrt said that only
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. MullU belong are continually wet from In of commissary and quartermaster
re. cottoning on the beach and visitIng Mr. and Mrs Carl Glynn, Jr". approximately $15,000,000 11arseewith Iwo vessels had run the blorkado
turned home Sunday after as fungi water leaking through crevices In fnbiiciit- stores, seventeen
spend. mill and
friends Improving ItA ,, during (he last
Roy Stewart of Folkston from that place
log the week-end I Irdurnl'd In the the wall. equipment' eighteen: sabres,
visiting friends I Inv fncllltles In the United Status I I Stationing extra pie.
and relatives In Dexter, Georgia I William Willis, student at Georgla several dayi vacationing after on I I need For waterproofing concrete and j i and oversells. By the end of 1M4 eighteen guns, a large quantity head of I Nets five, with strict order not'to e .
I Southern College summer other walls above ground, I Investment for the thre.1 i I ammunition and twenty-three "
Mrs Jesse Dixon, and son, Ke. school the with beach. I I masonry capital of n01c. The Federals claim that ter a house or molest anyone,
| spent wecn-end 30'0' eamtnaaly c
$90,000.1X10. .
two coat of cement water will total
vln, apply year period I Russell decided to wait until mor*
spending returned several home days Sunday visiting after In hit parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. C. N. Ted Steger, student at I I wea paint, tinted with mineral coloring I Important capital Improvementscompleted Confederates thirty carried wounded away Southerners onhoriclmrk Ing. On the following day.. July Tnt ;

Atlanta Willis city of Florid, returned to that are if desired Waterproofing treatment during the past quarter 7 a.m. the Federals entered
J will her .mother, The horses and arms will
i esville cfter spending the to nest! absorbent brick and include a $11,000,000 modern- of tae
| Mrs Ruth Sultan. | Mr. and Mr. Ray Barbee and l I. tinned over li> the Florida Cav. Bayport and took possession
son Ray, Jr. of Jesup Georgia end with his parents, Mr. flour. other outside surfaces! may be tuition program at the company'sClrclevllle e town The cotton! that coud bo
anti: HIP beef will be sent toBarrancas. I
Mr. and Mrs. Il'n Collie ,and spent 'last week-end visiting with Mn. T. R. Stegcr and family. warm needed.In Ohio, mill and a $20, airy All of the rest will be I loaded aboard the slows W'I"haut.I .
[ daughter Dibble and mother, Mrs. ., in crawl under houses, I 000,000 expansion of Its ed off and the rent was aet ::11tJ'e.
Mr. and Mrs. W.. H Burbank ST., Sr. Chief Yeoman, Ronald : : I space destroyed! by fire Including Fort
I Morgan of Svlacujfa. Alabama re. I at their home on Fletcher Avenue. and I spread n layer of moisture-barrier at Brew ton, Alabama.The f.rlJltle.1 I Hodgson and the 'Other buildings I Late that afternoon, the Fedenls
I turned home Thursday after spending Henderson has been selected rooms, material over the soil under the next quarterly evacuated the place, first! _destroying
a week with Mrs George Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lohman. commission as Ensign la the r. on damp building Heavy roofing paper or preferred stuck of $1.00 per In the camp. / the! DulWing seed a* a cyuom
I Peace and daughter Cindy, are spending ular Navy under the limited I. These polyethylene plastic film can be I will be paid September 1 to .Mhar'l I July 23 Admiral Bailey, In a house and all boats and lighter

this week on the beach wllh Mr. office program In the \ grew In a med. This barrier plus good ventilation I holders of record August i I I'I |i communication to Lieutenant L, In the area. The last of the: Federal .
and Mrs. W. H. Burbank, ST., of mois- will keep the crawl spaceI dividend on the outstanding common N. Stodder, U. S. Navy, says that left a1lOrtIII the nwrnlng
parent of Mrs. Lohman. live Field and Is scheduled to materials 'I stock of |.25 per share will arriving, at Anclote
i'dry I and prevent mustlnes he Is relying upon his "utmost of July 13,
ceive his commission December'so'A that of Providing adequate ventilation: be paid August 25 to shareholders vigilance to thwirt any designs Key later that tame day. )cav.
Mr. and Mn. Noah Solomon i
sprat the week-end In Gainesville Chief Henderson Is the mil Ventilate the house when outside of record August/ 5. I I I I the rebels may have upon your Ing the captured ectton al the

Build or Repair It with visiting wl'h her brother-in-law of the former Mable Moore air Is drier than the Inside. As the station, and trust, that you may keys, the Ariel proceeded to lam.
they cause air come In, It takes moisture! for cotton barricaded pa Bay, where It trans/erred
and sister, Mr. and Mrs Virgil i this city. Chief and Mrs. first tent the bleach m a be prepared .
They often from lite damp Interior walls and colored oilier In1 troops and prisoners to the, Federal
SAKBETE'Concrete boats, loipettoes! or inv
Keene and
family. I son and daughter, Honda, are I I sample of eloth to or sure It will Ella Morie.' Also
discolor furnishings. Then the moisture I 1 ventlon of the enemy 1 should! not steamer
Gently residing In Naples, the color. Never use a
Rev. and Mrs Bob Major of eat Into vapor Is carried outdoors. Since not change be surprised If an attempt of some aboard the Arid are deserters
and Mortar Mixes For the past year, he has been bleach on silk or wool.
chlorine who,
Charleston, South Carolina and I the fabrics cool air holds less moisture than I I kind were made upon the vessel from the Confederate army
tached to Stall f Commander treated with a gist
Quality Controlled Just add wjttr. former pastor of the First Baptist Striking and Support They decay warm air, take advantage of cool ]I Some labrtcs! wrinkle-resistant or I I at Went Pans." according to Russell have taken
Easy to uss Sans lime and monty. Church of Fernandlna Beach recently Southern Europe a part of and pa nliihts to freshen the air In the I ed other, ( special' finish are also dnm.aited I July 29 Acting Master J. J.ItiKsi'lU (the oath of allegiance and Wish to"
High strength. celebrated their Silver Wed. mildew I the1'1 S.i Join the second Florida Regiment.
A.T.O, Naples.Mn. entwine' r
ding Anniversary. Their church ImaAddoln ami I s dlscaie." llaltrcaanal ia placet: by and i suhooner\ Ariel a1tWa filed a re- Federal General Alexandtjr As.
,I tU : Ibrelrexpoaaed; : :: Material of cause prevention
Athlcy River Baptist, of whichRev. and : la outdoorLeave I of mildew Is available free by ( pul1 ,\I'llb Bailey or hisuelivlUM both returned today to Pensacola

Major Is now pastor, presented Mike, Barry and Beryl, Mrs. Soil breezes. I II I writing llrtne J'monattlllull! > Of. I lending Key WIIRIIIlrlll'r IMUr after marching with his Infantrya
them with a lovely sterling L. Beclon, and daughters. sufficient I closet doors and dresser! I II' llilllurd Florida. 'to lIMo month to cruise be. distance of sevrnty-two miles.'
silver colfce and tea service moisture' flee, that he did not lose a
on bara and Donna, and growing I I' tween Tam'pa Day and Cedar Key He says
the occasion. The Majors' will be Peters, spent bat 1 week heel first eeealaloe was exhibited I Stopping) first at Fort hCaptain Rus. single' man In the raids, of the Ut

:: remembered by many friends'I points or Interest In Florida I suit at Paris Exposition In Prince In sell was anked by J.> W. several days .

ue Sarasola and Key West By J Drying the Air': !feat l : If 1'KK! (), then returned (In the V. I.anel Childs rommnndlnii I the Federal,!
their destination. a'i cessary, .get: rid of the In at Foil Myers, to help la
.' and Mrs. J. 0. Bigger of ky healing the house for a Installed In Cilmbrl nrmUeri pORt lit near Try A ClostiKid' Ad
n"-I transposing troops" a point
Jacksonville spent Saturday with I Mrs. A B. Alien of Irme with a stove, t furn.ice or Philadelphia. -- ....... -
Nassau Building her parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Texas, Is visiting for likely. Be- electric heater. Then open -

Damato days wish her daughter Mrs. I and window I to let nut the warmed I
., Mien' i : : )I
Burch and other relatives ,
ton air that has taken up the extra
Tommy Corbel! left this week I .' Dy
& Supply Co. for Atlanta, Georgia, to spend several Mrs. N. J. llcapc and ) resistant I, moisture; use an electric fan to I Year 'round Carrier + 1

days visiting his aunt Alms lel'l. had as weekend guests of these force! H out quickly

1129 S. 8th. Phone 201-364S! Frank Price, and sons Jim and and Mrs Herman T. llcapc mold,! To dry the air In closets and .
Bob. I children, Mr.. Frank LeDeox on these )I other small areas, burn a small
electric Unlit In them continuous.
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Mr. and Mrs Charles Watklns to start I

I1 Sulphur, Loulsanna. / of of the all iy.Chemicals that absorb rails Air Conditioning and Healing

BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTYIIY may help lure: Silica gel Activated alum-

l I I'HOTICr. ina or calcium clilorld.i may be
THE POUND OR SIDE' I I :' BY used lo absorb mni-lure from the
air. They ire sold in depmtmcntstores
DINNERS.SANDWICHES NOTICF: In hereby given that ( .
: .
and drugstores
Boned of Tru tf.i nl Humphrey j I
mortal Hospitiil will rnlv Mal f ; Try to eon. building supply dealers, sometimes .
cr vT"n I HI I III Ofl AM Aufunt 55. HIM ()th. under various Irnik minim.
SEAFOOD the lI1.t"II.IUon, nf ee ., ; f
Del.illi and .cglrvtluna > ui mold f Why Use A
sp mi y and Household Fabrics: Re.
10:30: A.M.: TO 12:30 A.M. DAILY obtained from he office of the I and
SUNDAY 4 P.M.: TO 12:30: A.M.: ministrator All hiM mint be ( .. move mildew spot as soon as I
clearly' marked, and filed. wllh they are discovered. I>un'llIve/ I...
Admlnlntrjtur within the time .. "" and! bnlh.
DINNERS TO GOMABE'S The Board reserve the right t.. venlllaliM f the mold growth/ a chimce to Wall Heater
feel any and ill hid., weakei or rot the material. Brush $20"PER tl
DATED THIS JJNl DAY OF gallons of outdoors ,
RSTAURANTS. load I Ithin off aay mirfirp growth
for C. W lirandlei to prevent scattering the mildewspores Unit ,
Or Window .
I '
4'. W 1 your
Brarlles. Chairman In the house Sun and air
8th Street Phone 261-50.19 lIo.rd 01 7ruetee5Humpbeeys vented 8&1-1 t
Memorial! ) ." '' fabric IhorouKhly.: If any mildew MONTH $I
In bu
-- ----- -- .. It JJI: a spots remain, treat washable artIcles When You Can s ef
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I ,
as described below. Dryelesn 111 I.

I 1 1r1 nonwashable articles.

II Wash mildew-stained articles atonce Go First Class ,r NO : r

I with snap and water. Rinse I II i :
well and dry In the sua I If any
I ,I stain remains blench with lemon With ACentral

Juice asd salt sodium perborate PAYMENT ;
dilute solution of ROd. I I .
i I II Ie bleach or a otI:
1 i lum hyporhlorlte or other household !. I

I chlorine bleach. DOWN ; ,
Umi luice and salt Moisten ;::
stain with a mixture of lemon'!'

I Juice and salt Spread In the sun ,
SERVICE YOU YOU NAME IT, :, to bleach. Rinse. thoroughly and

CAN COUNT ON t t I I WE DO IT on drY.colored Use this fabrics.treatment with care I Duct Includes 2 Toile i ut

From filling 'er up to a Our expert, experienced Ptrixirate bleach bleach and- Mix water sodium- I Air Condition "-

complete car check and DEPENDABLE j SAFE, SURE mechanics check your perborate tablespoon! bleach to each pint of {II !
thoroughly make I System With 5 outlet i iCAM.
car water. Use hot water it the fabric!
overhaul I for
see us I When it comes to car For your sake, 1 let us repairs right, at mod.Service i will stand H; otherwise, use lukewarm e

fast and right. servicing, it pays to put your car's wheels in emote. cent._ water Spurge stain with 1
,," "n I .m ',, solution or souls stale It it. Or I!
t'tme to us.! From minor perfect alignment. : r
.. f'1
II sprinkle powder directly on )
: tI Slop here repairs to a complete Reliable Service I Drive isoverhaul. dampened stain. Let solution or .r

tf pow"' '' remain on the slain one. i FOR

and jt'o. I All Work Guaranteed 'f, ut"lth I half !hour; the rinse well Repeat ]I

** + We Do The Job Right. wirket If stain rrmnlns Before using sod- I] FREE ESTIMATENO
\f zi ease i lum pvrburale on colored' fabric! :

'ld ).dJ I I test It on a sample of the fabric OBLIGATION rr

or on a seam or hem of garment to I

see If the bleach will change the

LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYPhone color undyed Chlorine cotton bleach. linen- Dip rayon stains fabric on.i:'I. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GAS CO. ;.

In a dilute solution of sodium hy.pochlorlte .
or other househld chl. j TELEPHONE 225-5146 TODAY YULEE, FLORIDA ;
261-3812 Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 South 8th Street riM bleach a* directed oa Unecoutaluur. j l

If lira stained fabric: l la J IPERSONALS




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Page Six= News-Leader_, Fenundina_Beach, Florida Thursday, July_23,.1964 _

FouJ; C. Johnson k P d n tl(.l.lF l. Iiillilliiil! !! ( I ijil tt'i4i' ijli tfiEiiniijitn! ( ; !rplE,;; ? (' !,!(!! !! IEIiI!

ON USS Coral Sea At t ta ,uf s E ,4 IEii I EiII it j'x

Seattle Open House 0 QO

Paul C. Johnson, USN, ton of Mr. ,
nd Mr*. Chrli M Johnson of S NTAMf'N i .iEii! !' ,
Route, Fcrnandlna Beach Fla. : !
recently visited Seattle Wash. // t !I 1I I' ;! '
aboard the attack aircraft carrier

USS It was Coral the Sea first visit to the Washington GeT \oURS ToDa/! III; .

area since her recommit. I .f
atoning In 1960! at the Bremerton rr.". liii.
ww0.e t x '
N, Wash.-'Naval Shipyard. / : woe. mvmmnm ... j i>.. ,. NNFMdwl, .cwt.r.rNa.N..v. !clnii! !!: fi:

C host to city offie wixx' .SiNluroRninD-corru.Nr-uu' ! !!,
dais Quern of the Seattle Set- 1 100 Extra Stamps S
!:: :
fair the noted comedian Bob Hope I E3Iauhdnuu o i;:;i, lirI:0 STC1a jiuuu.u
aad more then 4A.000 cltiient from ) Swift Premium ?
Finest Beef Sold
the northwestern stale. Anywhere
CANNEDHAM uui uuuluuasluui: uu Ignnshkl sliiiEiiiiiiliidtifiiliii! !


Health Board Says I f 4 SIRLOIN .?, : L
Fish f cake 2 Box; 69*

X-ray Machines 4 CAN l8 $298 Steak. LL 88x COPELAND

Must' Be Registered j M1 BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND ,\;.' Wieners 2 Pkga. 69<

K JACKSONVILLE The Slate Steak. 88x

i Beard .of Health has registered .rn"n : ;=qrr.: What natural aging does for REG. 39< PALMETTO FARMS FRUIT COCKTAIL
, SJOO X ray machines In over 3.000eatabliiihmpnls t
( : :N: fine, cheese and fmt It BONELSSS
In the stale but officials .rr: .t 1t wines RUMP '1-Lb.
I'i believe some 2.000 have not .(-"'''' V. : olio does for the fine beef you Salad 29/
i been reported get ot Winn.Dixie., It mellows Roast 8 8 Cup
Y S PEe I A s L \ /
, Dr. Edwin G. Williams, director 4 \ and enhances the flavor of .
af the bnnids Division of Radio. T W.D Beef and increases "' .
; logical and Occupational Health,
1./ + tenderness without destroying
said "The law requires us to reg- Cheese E 29*
!1 1\ thehrnbeeftexfunamokln .
It Is
later each ncces. MARGARINEID Roast 881
wry that every machine be reported :,f 1\'J\ It soft and spongy; at artificial, L8. ;

to aid In the boards program tenderers! sometimes do. a FROZEN SPECIALS .
f' 1
t of checking the equipment BONELESS ROUND
} IB response to requests from medical 'J1l "IJ i 414 FULL FLAVOR FROZEN STRAW-

. p 1 and denial societies All cuts of W-D Brand BecRoast/ LI. 8 .
d} ft'Rlstulinn'The l board blank mailed to over physicians 10000r 9LB.. ''l art close trimmed of bont I- Berries 510'OZ $1 1.

industries and Institutions In Feb. 1'1 fat before weighing and pock. ]100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D GROUND r
teary ,, J aging You get more leon, ten. FLAVOR.RITE FROZEN RASP ....

Dr. Williams said hit( since tip LIMIT WITH j II./ der beef per pound at youi C ttjl' Beef 5 p aG $195 FLAVOR-RITE FROZEN RASP-
supervision of I the radio-Isotope $S. DBgR; MORE. > '
program In Florida hat turnedrcor
to the board by oho governor (
I _.who accepted this responsibility J>> '. .'i\} "'".
f July 1 from the Atomic Energy
Commission: reglttrallon ot Xny :

machlnei It the final phase to .5 I Broadbreasted Small 4-8 Lbs 2 Pk9. $179
mma out the board'i comprehen.: a Shrimp .
ihr. program In the field of ridUtlDh

X-rayi. protection., are the largest t tingle "" .tt:,

source: of man-made radiation to i
klcb.: .people In Florida are ex. TURKEYSMRS I
pe ed. There has been an Increase F I
.ta ,tho:'Dumber and varieties of X- SPECJAL ;
ray and other radtalion.producing l '
machines In recent years In Indus. < SMITH'S FROZEN t ;
try. and" research. Further Increases Apple Cherry Blueberry
are expected. tii i1 ;
In .the past several years, the FRUIT PIES
"Ward has made approximately t1
M xiLB39
1800..X..ray protection surveys at
Hie'request of various profession
al organization and Individuals In "
Florida Registration Is expected
to Improve greatly the efficiency 39
ot the program by determining EA. F'.d
where the machines are and whattllt'Y J
are used for
Dr.: Williams 'laid that as soon fr\! \
as processing/ Is completed for the GLADE FROZEN >"y "aa"ef FAMILY SIZE ,
registration blanks now In band ".
operators who have not reportedwill i i _N .::zx 't1J\"" .
be notified that their noo-regI I I i'
I istry It Illegal ind will be request. ,
M_ to register without further doAn IeM '" .. :'" 4 .

lay f { H ',, + l :,/0 1 ti;t !'4 t x I t, 1 kr 1 F'L !' {t' t})z .t r fl'j t tare ',4!

army 'lI.entff'Ot1l|\ ( itfxatmitf '
purchase: resident ,fitMrm I I 1 I 5q.vie' 1 11Ly0RnaLSf I'' a ;,
license provided he Is stationed In I I I I r! exnrxr. WA. ,r I 'iO'I ''
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Florida. All servicemen stationed 1 I. .. 8EAN5
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I* Florida are considered residentswhen I I v I
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Peaches 6
ktcinicd{ hornet and office wet I wfwN.wNx.r n U... esnx' toer.o hash Collfornlo
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,Illustrated upoiitutuoukly 'In IIHturc JOHN'ON nUT.... ... W'T"' .UNN''ND
Coconut Cake : Pfckle Loot 8-oz Pka. 39 s
.. litflitniiiK and artificially .
at .o [ar.A wnN Ta.Naw extPm SAVE 5< EA THRIFTY 3sv ALASKA or St.
piuduced I in the furm of electric +" GOOD THRU JUL ItTM .TA"'r Beef Ham 3 39 2 49cGDOD
or Pkas $1.
current The primary principle' 51 ID ...... 303 .............
ol electric action it iliut the a ANY WIN/iris ........ Po'totorChiDt00. Twin Pk. 59 Peas 8 Cans $1 ?
electrical iliuruc-whether liglit- Red C011fomla .
sling nr an artificially produced Santo Roo
electric current-seeks to ground EXTRA I EXTRA SAVE 3-516 EA. HI.C( FRUIT FLAVORED Plums
itself into the earth.
When the human body t u soI .M Mq NWi W. .WN P .,M In.-qqN 1x.--.
I placed ai to become a part of TWO P..... rootlNTAtrt ,t. WOltTH 0" Drinks 346-0Z. 89J 2 Lbs.49f
the path of electricity between o as* Cindy ,
Sass pules uf different potential\ Fish Steaks "
then the remit may be thiHk i death. :Shock and imiiucliattelrciriH.niK SAVE It ALL PURPOSE OIL
ii are the two major AT aN/WIN:MII SI araurwwMnr 5g
result in electrical accident Wesson .28
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mrvuus system and burnsLmergeiuy .M1. raw. .M IM.N..w N.M W. SAVE I0< ALL PURPOSE
treatment of shuck IOU (*.a.. /.0.... FowNo. ".
in electrical acildcnt consists of IDA HOLD SAY L.IGHT CaN.aW MUT a 'i"
iniimilute' application of f efficient L Potato I Nuggets Chunk Tuna Astor oil44Bat..0 25" ,.
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required respiration fur a considerable sonic.times !Mgt oooe TN.u loom tarty S1arNrwoesis ."JNer 0000 TN.u JUL1 terx G I 2 Lbs.

time In sissy can of severe clec (, (5,05NN.Nr 51 REG. 21" Dinle Dorlmg Cracked Wheat.
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be imnnioned immediately 1 Lb.d91 .
Avoi.lance of injury or death EXTR RX-r-1 Bread 2 t 33
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charged ith tlrUrtnly,' :
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I II I.at Lender, Fernnndina Beach, Florida Thursday! July 23, 1961 1 rage Seven
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..' Highland Team In District Play


:' A slugging bind of Highland: nesday night: at HlRhliinds, Stale one cf Al I Taiblrd's last bulls, ouli C 88 ,

: 1(I Little League AIl-Mnrj 'proved to Dixter set Fcmnndlna down w 'i the OfMvrllild} fence fir" a hum I t a r Da b
be too much for Fernandina Beach j just two singles during tho contest run \\IlhI/ male rn base to Wi\''(
Little League All,Mara as they (he sinners a 20 loud That was
.' .1 I belted Fcrnnmlina, 14,0. In Little Highland got going In the so the uniting until the audit when
League Tournament action Wed- 'II ond when Marty Daniels blasted I six more runs were added rn three I

; tl ..'J I walks i hit batsman and a single

by I5/ \id llroun, Two Fnnandlnaerror I
/ .. a walk and a wild pitch )
gate llighlnnds two more runs In''
:3 b the Mill, tinn 1 three singles andtwo
::1 t { Sports : Feinnmllnu::: rrrnrs handed Ihel I:: I

winners four more runs In Ihcislxlh
l ; : I I

t AI Tnlblrd and Al B'nnel1M
the Iwo lilts mule by Irrnaiullna''

h : In the game: with Itnbnt Harris
Slants : and David, Brown uclllnn' two hits )I

r apiece 'lo lend lllulil.inili 0.hit attack .

,, along!! with DuniHs hume run
1.a BY CURT GOIIDON' Talblrd, lllllv Bui dank and titan
tees 1. Mind shared the pushing duties HOF'I'U! : \1.1. LEAGUE: : HI.\MIMO\S) are the ISuw and ('(mknl Bllmltt'ri'l with a record

; '. Cr,: Fvrnandlnii ) II! viiiHiind 1 ml Iv' 2 losses. Kiwlmjr. left! lo riuhl Uieh.ud, Foster, Dunne I 1lI\ell.,
Coach Red
> "s American help Tech intend of hurting it
.., sox soiti:: Jimmy Urnddoik )Ned Tyson and Paul llan-im. left W. I I' John
;Fru' '. l Standing In right, ,
. s L, ) iw; 44f Legion baseball team played a the gate. Also, he Is Interested HI ,
.: ..--. .{J."J. ,# wi. .:::........ \J real Rood !fame here Monday afternoon seeing Colleges doing away with Highlands AB R II stun conch, George Diintum, Hirnld Reynolds (Frankie Moirls J. I). Hullon, John I
B Until, 21) IFol'y
4 I
when they edged Terry Spring Football Practice scsalonx Smith and John Wilshcr, manager. Member: of the leant nut present for picture,
if 5 I I
THIS 90-LB. TARPON considered of the
: one greatest Parker Post 283 3.2, on a single ., Very Interesting articles furnished :Martin\ Porter, Robert McKcn/iv: and Norman Knii:hl. --
fish taken off North last week Mikcll ss 4 I 01Ilarria i
was the jetties by
game ,
> by Richard Schomai In the ninth us by our good buddies, Stan Mi- '
\ Austin Durrance, left. Durrance and Sammy Hamilton, Inning The game went two extra Phail and Bill Chllds, two former 3b 3 3 2

' right, were fishing. with Guy Barber In the tier's boat. Innings over the usual seven Inn. Georgia Tech "greats" In studu, Brown Daniels, Ib e 3 4 2 I 2'1''': Post 54 Team Edges Members Of Troops Trade At Home

;.jThe: fish which legs, The local team will and not the football field
big was caught on a Shrimp Mammy, play on Keen, I Jr 2 1 0 213.191 Attending
required about :30 minutes to land. Hamilton said the again here Friday afternoon at the I Thanks fellows and keep the bul Chapman, If J( 0 I 0D Parker 3-2 Echockotee ....-.... -
:a silver beauty cleared the water about 8 times In Its efforts City Ball Park '> Mini coming In.to 1I0eh, 1'1 2 2 I Terry Camp
W /
' to get free _, We didn't t keep oil the! record i The question* we have p 211, 'ElTl
: under the
I hat I fthnuld have \been kept on Lying about came up this week last' of the ninth to arise Tom leadership olI1
Totals 32 It II i,
: nest"" 1 1'III1'I'tI, and 4 immlxrs of
Little League ball this but and that the the
season was concern Tilmiiii' uireiks the plate wllh th,'
FUNLAND PARKAMUSEMENT probably the best pitching record ,, possibility of Sam Mel, Twin II 2 0 DGunlmnt winning inn for u 3.2 American Tienp, I'll'! under provision leuiltr -
nf the year would hove to go to I baseball manager getting (he ant'for 2b I 0 I 0 leg Imscbill victory hire Mem. : Mi liivmit.Him are weikTinup attending, CampIdmiKiler I /

Rliky' McDonald) who came up the poor showing of the Twins Boxers, 2h I 0 0 Any alt"-uuxm over the Terry
with nine victories without loss Cal Griffith stated thin leader Vale-ro! reports
RIDES recently
a 0 P.ukii Post' 281 Tllman aH hit
SkllllCr, 3b 3 0 .
The opposing batten will hate to I week that the of the firing Iliiil nil boys ire piiillclpilmg In
rumor Burbank, I bp-tr 2 0 0 by a pllihi'd bull with one out In .,
the mus elimes\ for uduiuce
FEHNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA read that Ricky has two more of Mele was not true and we certainly the ninth and aihnnerd lo wcimilwhiMi iry
IIIlIlIinbnlhum, I'f 2 0 OIKry i
mint, mid all entered lln totmeet
yean to play In the Lltllc League hope he gels( to stay as man el I 0 0 :Ned Tymin wan out ill first no
FERRIS WHEEL MERRY-GO-ROUND aver( We have always maintained Talblrd, p.lb 3 0 IMrDonllld then &elll', d the winning run on a held on VU'dnoKiluy, Also, the '
Speaking of McDonald's we I Ilht any manager Is as good n. single by Schomas. btglnmr swimmers unending y ,
: COMET camp, have been promoted to udamul
were not quite last week In his players are Good players make
Ferreira, c 2 0 0 I Fernandma took a 1.0 lend In ,
Fun for & Old RefreshmentsOPEN which one belted the home run for a goed manager and vice versa \ beglnnersThe
Young Douglas, c 000 the game In the first Inning when
boys will act as guides for
the American Legion want I Can think of better
j so we [ you a example
I Bennett, If 2 0 1 Steve Beckett doubled and Mike
the Order ol the Arrow Show, and
UNTIL 10:30 P.M. make it clear I
FROM 3:00 P.M. : to to everyone that than the case of Casey Stengel T Pikula
Hord. 0 0 0 singled to account for the .
I arc looking!! forward to this assignment
It There
was Wayne
are so many attraction Totals 21 0 run Terry Parker tied the score
baseball playing McDonalds that Another baseball as well as tho visits from thepurellts
'I big Highlands 00 624 14 9 1 with a tally In the fourth on a ,
we sometime! forget to mentionthe I will take place Friday night at
Fernandina 000 000 026 walk and two Fernandina errors
first name then we are In the City Ball Park when the Old Fcrnandina scored Also of Interest Is the fact that
I I I run
trouble, Wayne Mike and Ricky Timers battle Chem,Cell In a I II they have had very little rain at
In the sixth when Joe
Thrift singled "AlbsHam.l.k.al tttfn
represent one family playing In benefit ball game with all proceeds Three Phases Set camp, It It*
and Mike Pikuli smacked a pitiidtnl d I rti. MurfvilU
I SWAPPED FOR American Legion Senior and Lit. I going to Odcll Dyes and double to right field Terry Par. Attending the camp from Troup $lagg.n"FLORIDA'S

) tie League, respectively and there Raymond Schomai. These two!I II ker had scored the go-aheid run 213 me Troop Leader Valero, Pal

Is Ronnie McDonald of another gentlemen have been very sick I For Dove Hunting in the top of the sixth on I Fer. Main, Sieve Fnsle>y, Joe Ryils, .
family In the Little League I for quite a long time and their nandlna error and a slnglo, Jute Tvson, Billy Bob Harvey, John ,r ( F
*' -it Bobby Todd Georgia Tech's something for them, The Old Timers Season Pikula led Fernandlna In hilling Peterson, III, Mike Silvu, George j t "
Football Coach for the past 19'' will bring out a number of with two singles sod a double '' Soho, Pcler Ilurghardt, and Ho-
'L'Q years and with Tech as a ccach | aches and pains when Jake Bunch TALLAHASSEE Florida hunt while flecked had two doubles hut lie'(Hold: Troop' llll: John' OLDEST
WANT ADS I Si'hi' and Thrill singled AND MOST HISTORIC
for the past 34 years, spoke out In I Orli Hlgglnbotham, Bully Jones, (era will have a three,phase season mas lu McClure<: Mike Townsend. UenDkkiiiH .
an Interview with an Atlanta news. Fred Townsend, Ben Sorensen lor mlurntnry dove hunting, share In Fernandlna hitting ; Larry Lawton, and Tom ,
paper concerning the Inside of Charlie Tomlinson Curt Gordon, during the IIN14.65 season according I Bobby Johnson and lionnli Rupp j''Nullity I 'Iroip 2U han 294 points ,
shared till Fcrnandlna v '
Georgia Tech, Dodd says Tech's Beano Roberts, and Ybor Alvaicz to A, D Aldrich, director pitching In dale' toward the honor aw aid,
-- leaving the Southeastern Confer. will riiilv and did not allow Terry Par. -
take the field to play There Game and Fresh Water Fish Com.
cnee will not hurt the school. Also probably be a lot of recruiting this mission ker Parker but three hits I II

j the possibility of a pro football week for replacements, but the The first phase will\ be open for

team coming Into Atlanta\ will game should be worth seeing and dove hunters October J through j I I Team lib r h I wish to,, express 4
J :I certainly! It will be for a flue ,; November 8. The second phanoj I In, Heath cf r i < U I 4

I i cause Kickoff, I mean, game opens November 14 to run through I Clark 4 I III my bppre'ci'ation
I time will be eight o'clock November 29, The third phase will' I 1 Crego, c 400 to the voters
I 'tt be open December 19 through Jlauek, Ib 4 1 0
FERNANDINA BEACH Those who watched DeWitt January 4.Shooting, T Heath, 3b 4 0 1 1Slglley who supported t' .

Weaver of Birmingham perform will be allowed from rf :300 me in my bid for jfl
In the recent Fcrnandlna Beach Doolcy, If 200
12'00 noon until sunset of eachopen
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" $3000 Invitational will note with I day. Dally bag limit for dove Mecks, If 1 0 0Sala City Commissioner

Interest his recent performance I will be 12, with a possession of 2b 301
In a touurney at Rome, Ga, Wea. two dn>',' bag (Hand, p 200 ,
ver finished In the 54-hole tourney Totals 31 I 3
Other' rules for migratory game
there with a score of 14 under
t. Directory Furnished, By These Merchants and Business Men par, only to be nosed out by one during the M64-6J! season are as FernnndlnaAi My sincerecongratulations
follows Rail marsh i hen and
stroke when Wayne Yates birdied : m 4 0 I
the final hole. Weaver li the grind gnlliniilci, open September 5 HIM'kilt, 31) 4 0 2
Suburb son of Mrs Sadie Sheffield and through November 13, with dally Pikula, c 4 1 3
B E WISE.I the nephew of Shlell Sheffield and bag of 13, and a total pmwcssliin Miller, cf 4 1 0 to my friend, ;

T I IDE S Gas Co. ,I :Mrs, Cecil Plckett of this city. ,, of 30 Woodcock iprns November SJI>P, rf p 3 0 0 The Winner
"Porcelainize" Propane p {y {, 14 and closes January 211 h a Thrift, Ib 4 0 I
SERVING ALL I I The Senior League All-Stars ad. I, dally bag limit of 5 and total possession Rice' 2bTllman 3 0 0 John Tiliakos.

NEEDS 1M vanccd In tournament play Wed. Ii i inesday of ten Snipe opens Nov. If I I 0
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES at JETTIES TOUR but our Little League I ember 14 through January 2 with Johiuem, p, if I 0 0
THAN LP GAS AND i 1 a dully bug of eight and totul POM. Tyson, rf 2 ii II e I M
LONGER Add II Minute' Far GAS APPLIANCES team fell by the wayside a* HlKh.I ,t; i JEFF BOWER
session of sixteen. Daily shading'
ORDINARY WAX JOB lands belted us, 14.0, The! Senior Totals M 3 7
Fenandlna Harbor 7 South 7th St.LASSERRE Lcauue won 5-0 when Winton liar. hours for rails, woodcock und Parker nm 1111 Win 2 3 ,

MOTOR Phnne 261.:\t6SIcos rls turned In an outstanding pilch. snips, are from sunrise until sunset rdna, lull/ (KM Mil 37 STLL; OPERATING THE SLUE SEAS :

'ing effort for Fcrnandlna Harrisj
HIGH LOW I I actually pitched a one-hitter. but |I Waterfowl hunting for ducks, Hen-Ida's first two iiiilicn, -
T. H. KIN G another hit was charged/ against geese and coot will be announced created III 11121 hv military Governor "Come On Out"CLEARANCE :
S. 8th St Ph. 261.381. Friday, July 2t him because of catchers interfere later when established by the Andrew Jaikmm, wire Fncam.

PHOTO SHOP ence.I U S, Bureau of Sport fisheries t bin and St' Johns, with the Suw.nni'C Pulll Pili, A.lv,,,:
2:10: l1.m. : ::
7:50: a.m. I & -tP -Iv I and Wildlife, River I us the dividing I HIM, I
8:19: p.m. 2:03: p.m call Weddm5sPeofe.sing I Lancaster,
Fishing? I Beryl Rice Kenny
Going Saturday, July 25 Film rJ PoI..111 I Steve Bcvlllc and David Johnson
ByVIIIt I came up with fielding plays durIng .
U. For S:28: l1.m. 2:50: am. PhnlAl N Ap.tntmeal the game with Johnson mak.. I
Line Of 8'5; 2'4-1: eupp0" ""'" lily l, outstanding catch of a
Complete : pm pm .u."LL' Ing an pop
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the SALEM !
Fishing Tackle vf foul against the screen
Reels Sunday, July plate
/ Rode .
Outdoor Camping 9:06: a.m. 3:27: Studios At 504 Ash St. ,:tr: of- otr

Equipment 9:29: p.m. 3:23: pm. Phone 261-4586 I Ladd Gordon come up with the FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON EVERY CAR IN STOCK, TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR BADLY
fielding play of the game for our
Monday, July 27 1 Little League team when he went NEEDED TRADE IN DON'T WAIT FOR YOUR CAR TO DEPRECIATE MORE

FIR I BEACH EST SUPPLY 0 N E !9:45) : ; a.m. 4:05: am. Rowland Into running short catch right for field the to first make out of a TRADE AND SAVE NOW ITS A REAL DEAL FOR YEAR END BARGAIN HUNTERS!

m Atlantic M. 111.un 10:06: p.m. 4:04: pm. UPHOLSTERY I the game Tcmmy Skipper made

nuvrnOUoEE 1 fur fine grabs of hard hit balls at YOU GET CASH BACK IF YOUR TRADE IS WORTH MORE THAN
Tuesday July 28 Ell/
NEW sPAlalU:2G his third base position also, M E R C U '
: am. 4:41: l1.m. r ut"Taus.
Your. 10:4: ; p.m. 4:48: p.m. ur- Tournament play ended the lung
NEW CnYERIWednesday
reason for the Little League learn
roc rout
July 29 AUTO A season which started back In

FREE ESTIMATES April, bul our Senior League team
Ad Here 11:11: 8.m. 5:21: l1.m. Is still going and they looked good
11 :29 p.m. 5:35: ;) p.m. We Pick Up and Deliver to us In winning Wednesday at.

Will Be Seen Thursday, July 30 Porter & Lov.quist ternoon on and,on so, It their will season be up could to the go

6:09: am. General Contractors players Just how far they can go,
12:01 6:29 Al Gonzales was asking someone
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By 7 500 WOODWORKING i where the team went from Jjtksonvllle .
July 31
Friday, PLASTIC SIIRFACING so he must have plans

12:18: am. 7'00: a.m.CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS <
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Readers : ; : : KITCHEN AND BATH
12:57:; pm. 7:29: pm REMODELING

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,-_Fernandina._Bench, Florida Thursday, July 23, 1064 Page Nine rtORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
-- Wayne Arnold and Norman Knight I

lOver 279.5 Million Seedlings Planted I I I Awarded FBHS Graduate Regents : At Great Lakes Naval Training Center I f;Mew YOUR G BOTH MAIS

During Plainting Season Scholarship of'r .y
,CI \\TA, GA, r WA? RFOW I W
Pulp and Oct for pulpwood .Ig expected to
mpnnloi and pulpwood crnllnuo to crew," Mr. Mal Ix'r.
""'11""" ('r, line rcspnnsiblp for ncr explained, He cited the In. s .v w dwws. t, h WINS PATCH OH.

intini mire than 2795 million crease In consumption of paper SPECULUM"ORFEMALEORAN6E
I 'in''
the idlings.' In the South during/ tnd papuboard products to a cur. BlLLMAaKEV PURPLISH BLUE

nitre 10364 to planting teison, ae. rent high; of Mal pounds per person 1rv WITH SLAKIBODY MOrclD6aowIJ ,h EDGED ON
a report by the South per year in 1163! an Increase of ,
eri Pulpwood BOTH SIDES
Conservation Asso. 4'i' percent In the last two yean.
cultic! > Atlanta, I II I 4 WITH WACMAUARP <
/" J. Malsbcrger. general man- eL dr' AND
'L<'1 01 l SPCA, explained that the Late I WHITE
Miilmgf" were part of the Indol'I' s't
To ClassifyBY a
proRiam to cin- (
ten idle lands Inlo productivity

nnd include 23.7 million trees /given Kl&SFLL KAY = 3
ie individual lindowncrs, I
The number of seedlings planted I doubt If the lowly cow ace MALI :

in the current mason, he conllnul realized that the day wit' ,I urn'. I YELLOW t1ILLr
l. when the would have
wn apprrxlmatcly 15 million t great palace GREEN
higher than the total planted In named after her ere" that I
UK 11.state Southern area In the I Hi palace would Rene I" >'. only HEAD,
1 1162.63! season, the lowly cows but also Inmrmi. I WH e"ECICRING

In As she quietly cht'hrr cud ., .
addition, he laid
acres she .. ..... .. -
ol land In the af'alere direct must marvel at the slrillnr.ItV j -- JNC Rusr'(
'1'1'111'0 in pines, showing a slight of action exhibited"' u. theygather : WAYNE ARNOLD :NORMAN: KNIGHT
in droves to mill SIKIII Ice I,
tin ceded! over last the 53,402, acres direct palace, snorting and bcllowintf George David Boring, son of I Wayne McKinney Arnold! ammer .1 (Minimi Wayne Is the ion of Mr, : A VAtL\N\ VUCK CHEST'
year She must view with amusement Mrs Pat Hullo of Savannah, Ca, Norman Knight, Jr MAINLY FBtSH DUCK LENISTt4STRIAMS
unit Mrs, Dtrscy. Arnold of 409 I A WATER / FOUND IN LAKES.
SPCA executive said further the bell cows that joyuii, 'ly le?d and nephew of Mrs EHzibrth Graduates of Fernandina II I) 'III PONOSMASHES AND FLOOOEP LOWLAND5 22 INCHES
Cedar St, 1-trniiKlina Beach Nor. i
thaI on the basis of Smith ;
an of of Fernandina Beach, has I
average the l High Scholl unite' Ink
mighty stampede Joni |the are rK/ 8110 tries to the !been Is the of Mr, and Mrs, Of NORTH FLORIDA SOUTH TO LAKE O//<.UCHO".EIEIGtlT
acre, the total aisles and around the great t has!: recently awarded a $506,00Ilegents I crult training at the U S, :N al mini sun
number of acres reforested In- their horns blowing and li'lr Scholarship by the Geor. Training Center, Great Lakes II. :Net'in,in Huh'lit, SI. of Route 1. FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATiR. FISH COMMISSION
hiding those direct suited, amounted cowbells ringing;: I gia State Bturd of Regents linols. Arnold and Knight ('nl,1 Amelia City, Fernamtina BeachClutf ,i
to 406,224 In the lKi3.64! In her well ordered world the Georlll'I as also awarded a the !Navy l under the lilt.li "v iii. Dimnue Cinlrolman Jesse -
season That compares Kith 401,000 question of herd leadership Is smatter I scholarship upon his graduation Graduate Training Program nit Walker, the Navy Recruiter for I -- -- -

acres planted or direct seeded In that concerns only the In June by the( Nassau: County: i I, chose !Naval l Aviation as I II' Mrnindlna Beach, say the Navy I Tallahassee olina, Tennessee, Virginia sad
the previous senses, bulls They paw the earth, glare I Teacher s sorority, Alpha Delta. field prior to enlistment IIIH mime'i'ois programs for llikhSelueil DatelineBY Wisconsin and matched Massachusetts .

The Industry i foresters plan re. at each other, bellow, snort and Kappa. He was a member of the Tlll'YI l'nt together iindii I uw : Lrmlimtcs, Chief: Walker Is ,'1
: (ORB
fuestation to supplement natural lock horns while the unconcerned : 1964 graduating class from Jcrnandhu I Navy's "Buddy Plan". tinier n. at I the Post OH) iceIn FernanellnaHe Now FlnriM t states (that ran
re.secding. The aim Is to meet the rows sit i on the side lines and Beach I High Sehool, and: I program friends may enlist ,nut lie h every Thursday from 10 I *AIK FINANCIAL HOP? In make up this loss but lo lake outvule arc New York,
nerds of the nations increasing await the outcome, I was a member of the NationalHonor remain together throughout rcrnit ,\ M lo I 1',M In an additional, $IHNIKKI( be'due California, PAteisylvanla, Ohio, II.
population, "All hough the timber But humans, It seems, are a Society, lie also received\ I Hurt a good chame the Hnr. I the season closes In October. llnols, Tl'1 ilchlgan and New
market fluetuates In some areas, different breed They stampede at Scholastic; Achievement Award i lids WI rid'. Fur Authority will ,]1! Jersey. J
for the South as a whole the mar. the toss of a hat, the cows and from the Junior Chamber of Com I have lo call on the slate for money In other words, the exhibit will
merce. I II I I lo pay off a $790000 construction I Pad In take In about $1.3 million TURN p"i 1 FIGURES UPi:

1 George Will enter Armstrong'' loan although most Fall Oil data lining/ the next W days, It has V/
I brought In only an estimated l (270. People are 1 l uW taking loner!
Junior College this fall, Sincere Thanks have denied this, ,
::. My Executive Diredor W, U Sll'ns.I (IMMI Draw) for the past own 90 conclusions.days way blps, cm Tho tha'juiwhlne aVoHgc Is low State 67 Park.miles

calves line up behind their favoi. I gourd spoke| this week as If It your per vehle-lc' 6OT i pared to 56 a year
NEW LUCITE-:: Ite bull and join In the snorting, were a foregone conclusion, 'The INCIDENTAL INTELLIGENCE: ago, and'iHUf average fee has
those who: slate will have to Invest
bellowing and pawing, with great to supportedmy some climbed fiW$12a to $1.42 per
gusto, The bull dominates the mad II more money, thal'l all," lie said, Florida I I. now In the 'big ten"In client _' '
scene and his mighty bellow Governor Farris Bryant has said delegate/ and electoral votes,
HOUSE PAINTS _: shakes the rafters while the moa candidacyfor It will be up to the next legislature / As ninth largest tale In the sa It Also Is now Turnpike nearly revenue$150000 Is rising above
and boos of the herd express their or the next administration to lion, only eight states had more
for tho first half
approval or disapproval, I' worry about money If more Isneeded than Florida 34 delegates to tho projected figures
of this and (Income for the
solves moisture -:: In the general excitement many CommissionerDON I I, publican National Convention In li year to reach 114
:: ,
City year
nervous cows swallow their cud But unless miracles happen from vin Francisco This compares to
million, This would be 10 cent
or stick It under their seat, frightened I here on In, more will be needed Herlclai 26 votes In I960 when per
and blistering ; .-Lproblems" calves dash this way and Here the picture: At the halfway :re Sunshine State voting strength above original projections

that and occasionally some wild "BEANO" ROBERTS point of this season the ex I wan exceeded or matched by The Slat Board of Conservation
=_ eyed member of the herd will hlblt Is said to be more than hal 18 slates,
= = If for regulating and
bolt, Mad confusion follows such I a million dollars ihort of what wa Since (lion Florida has breezed responsible
action and the bellowing and paid Pol, Adv, counted on To keep Its head >v Indiana, Kentucky, LoulxlannMinmsola. ,, promoting the salt water] product
snorting rises to a mighty/ crescendo ; above water It will need not only Mississippi, Neil'III Car of Florida.
It's so easy to give your home the beauty and protectionof while the herd mills about I --- -- --- ------- --- --- --
new "LUCITE"" House Paint, When applied accordingto trampling each other in their i

label directions, It solves the age.old problem of moisture frenzy.
blistering in practically every case and lasts far Stalls are entered In an attempt 1
longer than regular oil base paints to put the halter on this or that Take away the Rayonier Cellulose?
bull or row, bleary eyed attendants
'LUCITE" House Paint covers old paint, all masonry and : push and prod In an clfort lo '
wood surfaces quickly and easily. control (he situation 2t t

Dries /In one /hour. Clean brushes Every conceivable type of food I Better 'I.
hurry. .
Is tossed into the feed bins to al .
With water. ,
tract the cattle, hay, grain and
'. ,
A .A 1 1y
Jesult-a lovely, rich, tow.luster! forage comes with such brand ... ) /I"1
finish of far longer life than regularoil II' labels as Civil Rlghli, Foreign \' ,
base paints. 'Policy, Fiscal Program/ and others ""
The watering troughs appearto .
No primer needed for previously! (III have a golden hue and the herd j "t; '

painted; surfaces 'in good condition.'' drinks deeply and often with alob- "J I

Just apply one or two coats.1Vew"LUCITE"HousePaint. eying enjoymentIt '! \
will soon be milking time I
again and the milking shed Is I j tar
white busy place The machines arc be. I "
;j .
Ing cheeked and oiled. The Q ue*- I ., ,
lion Is who will do the milking: v .

plus beautiful colors' Will he have hot or cold handd : ..
Will he skim the cream T Will he)
give good measure Of course, he
will have to have pull Will he ., : ;
Only $8.55 galLucrrr keep his hinds clean 7 >, : : '. < ;

And there will be licks to con- :i '
For all// exterior/ trim: ; f.
| lend with, Relentless ticks of lilt ? f// 1i
xaw.. -N Shutter wall clock Can these ticks be i + ; 1 :' r.IeILender
DUtUX Trim and Enamel : \ : I } :
a.awsa+u controlled or will I t they develop un \ I ; ; ." ,, "
In new bright color: $3.05 fit Infestation that will prolong the I .

proceedings to the annoyance of .,, \ \ .:: ,.: .&

everyone? /, t' JI",1
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And maybe when Its all over ,
and the cows come home, si:mebexly u\\ / 1 "
BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. will t t biLht I .: :
NASSAU r : come(; up I I\I : ,. .
Idea 1 that II might well 1 changethe ., 'Ii ,.
112!> South 8th Street "Truine 261-3648: name from Cow Palace lo llu.l' -.

Pen, _. I ; ,, '.,;

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Sure .

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My Mom Has New Appliances From Suburban 1 !

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You'll Smile Too When You See How Easy It


Is Buying Them. A :' ,: :,:. 'i: ,f

HeatersAnd ,' ...,
Ranges Water Heaters Refrigerators ,.

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They Handle Their Own Financing With 12, 24 or 36 ", k.1r'

Plans ,.;'
Month Easy Payment "

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Besides That, You Just Can't Beat Their Service 14

With Radio Dispatched Trucks
They Serve All Nassau County

And Qualified Service And Delivery Men

7 South 7th St.
21 Hours A l Bay
68. (I'hone 261.l661Metered :
Bottled/ Hulk
Fernandina each, I'la.
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r- ,jKi''j e7 j'vel'N'; -L":HUT, 1) 'I'taIlI1UI.i : X:'M'a, P4 -- -- SEE: fLOfMDA THIS! SUMMER; 'Rayonier Reports Record First Half; 1 1I Girls> Con learn

I =:: At The Churches I .FIKST Rev. John PRESirTTEIUANCHCRCJI Dniirr Pastor Missiles Provide Cape ShbW I Sales and Earnings Reach 37-Yew High fisttiRJ mid Boating

Oervlre/ 8:43: A.M.
FIRST Rev IB.ASSEMBLY A. UwM. rotor OF GOD I _T. PETER'S CHURCH El'ISCUl'AL[ 1 Church School ... .'. ... 9:45 A.M. I New York. July 21. 1U64 Ray. 1 I plant construction Including the I At ,Ocala damp
Worship Service .__ 11.00: A.M'I| Incorporated's first hat: addition of' 100,DM tons Of annual
tO:00 a.r*. ..:.,.__ Sunday School I I, The Rev. James 1) .Junior, Rector Youth Meetings ._> 8:00: P.M. i earnings onler and wiles were the hhrh.l.elt capacity to the Company's mill at TALLAHASSEE Gina con bp
11(00( am. _._. WorthlService 73J A.M. holy ,communion Church School.......... 7:30: P.M.) In the Company's 87-year ftoodfibre, British Columbia good fishermen and an asset rath
8:30 p..... ...-C. A.Youth Sersrlew 10.00: AM. Choral Eucharist 7r 'tr tl |I history, according to a report Issued working capital, Increased from er than a nuisance on a flulilim
7:30: p.m. Jh.nlltllilltlc .-Sortie I II 11:15: A.M. Church School FIRST IUPTJST CHURCH Y'I today. The record performance $4,730,801 at the end of 1003(\ toflfl01,373 trip when they are properly Intro
I Thursday mid "week service 5.:M P.M. Episcopal: Yu.ung! R*". f. T. IKinnim Paster was attributed by Russell F. $ (\ (! at June 80. duced to the arts and skills or
7.30: p.'". Churchmen Serttaea 8 SO A.it Erickaon, President and Chief Executive It was noted that the Woodfibie fishing and boating Two hundred
(This Is the schedule' of I Worship : :
every receive such Instruction
6 girls
Officer to "exceptionally
-Sunday with -exception of tU 11:00: A.M expansion Is part of I three-year
UNITED PENTECOSTAL: 800: PM strong market conditions world. capital Investment' program, In.I at the Florida Youth Conservation
of the
last month)
rniitcnSoulh Sunday W wide for the Company's extensive I'I nounced and scheduledto Camp this year
Sunday School __ 045: AMA last ,
LAST SUNDAY OP THE line of chemical celluloses and The Youth Conservation Camp,
Rlh SI. Ph. 261-170 Training Unhlll . :43: P.M. Involve expenditures of over I
Rcv. tW. W. Rolaid I paper-making pulps by the it Is operated by the Game and Fresh
$112,000,000 time con-
7:30: AM. Holy Communion I'rllyer Service WedneRdn'l Y'I i I I Net sales for the first half, I Water Fish Commission, will be
School ... 10 eluded late next The
Sunday Im 7:30: P.M.h year. pio-
10:00 A.M. Morning Prayerand totaled' $70874,217, (girls :'
: compad for a special only
it open
a *Worship Service Ham VrFAITH h gram, which being financed entirely
Sermon with $72,324,66(1, ( for the same Cession August 2 through
per. camping/
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p m BAPTIST CHURCH from fund ,, generated Internally
11:15:I .A.M. Church School I lod last year.Earnings IS Sixty"vacancies for girls awl
I I/Iblo I Study Inursday LL 7;30 p.m. i 5;00 I'.M. Enlncotml Young Rev Jerald A. Pblllps Pastor after taxes reached will boost annual pulp 10 through* J8 years tll'' remain
-'WS'1' Churchmen, 16 No. 4th SI.Suml.iy $D,0<1I>,516 or $1.60 share capacity from 900,000 tons to Girls may '1.
per onOB4,788 at the camp.
= '. r.AVL'4 LUTHERAN .. above 1,000,000 tons,, Mrs Erlck- open
IV t.r fiSPIIiNCIiILL School JO 00 shares
.. I : a.m. outstanding at i I tend either the one or bold weeksof
M : BAPTIST 11:00 June 80. ion explained.For
Morning Worship : am. Included In earnings was the ipeclal session
f Amelia. City Near Intervtttlra CHURCH ... 7 30 tW period, th* Company's
I Sunday Evening : p.m. approximately three cents a share I Parents of' girls wishing to at.
,. *M I State Hlway 107 NanMarille Wednesday Prayer Marling resulting from the seven percent I seven cellulose mill operated at lend this tension should apply dl.
A. F. Cerhtianlt' Tailor I| Rev William A. Frye ... . ...,, 7;30 p.m. r': Investment mdit.' In the fired 05) percent of combined capacity, I rcctlv to Youth Conservation Camp
:3LOO: am. Morning' Service Inlerlm Pastor -tr half of 1963 net Income was $5,. compalred with 03 percent last 2520 E Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala
-tt *! I Pastors Prayer Time PINE: : GROVE BAPTIST, CHURCH 18,8B8 or 0.98 per share on 0,018- j ear. The better efficiency resultIng Florida

FI ,rriva POINTS BAPTIST (For Men) .._...........?._... 7 l.m.l. Rev. W. G. Brooks, pastor 848 shares outstanding from thli high rate of pro.
C __.w. "ITRni I Sunday School........... 0:45: SUNDAY SERVICES t These results represented an I duction was pointed to by Rayo'lnler'l Fire At Winn-Dixie
REV. THOMAS HICKS .. .. I increase In of I! President as a major factorIn I
Morning Worship ? ? 11 a.m 9:4.: A.M. Sunday School : earnings 53 percent
i .945 am. _.?. _.. Sunoty School I Training Unloi, .......... (6:15 I: p.m. 11.00 A.M. Honing Worship on a 10 percent advance in sales. I I determining first half earnings Damages.Office
TfOO 1,11I. _.. Morning Worship) Evening Worship ........ 7:30: pm 6 00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service In addition to record dollar'' Another favorable Influence, he
IOO p.m. _.?...... Tri,ntng: 'Unien. I Wednesday) 6:TO P M. Training Union ;h + w I sales, Rayonier also established a : said, was !fho loner corporation I An early morning fire at \Unn-
--Y:8t' p.m. .._... Evening Worshlosdai' I' Men's Hour of Power _.. 7 p.m.Prayer 7:30: P.M. Evening Worship new high In tonnage sales For I Income tax applying this year Dixie on Tuesday resulted In
G !! prayer servlca, 'IJTp. ,, Service _... 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Services! 1 s- the six month period the Company li i' under the new tax law damage to the: office and sump
I .*. Whosoever will may come" 7:10;: P,M. Prayer Service 6 sold 405,851 tons of chemical cellulose I Mr. Erickson observed that I' smoke damage!! to the rent of the
-- t heavy pulp demand and stable
I -- -- CHURCH OF CHRIST 4 and paper-mnking pulp, so''' bulldlntf
South 14III Street' against 435,828: tons in the same prices, both In domestic and foreign I A call from an unidentified per.
j Earl Illlbert Mlnivter -Claps New IIHMII HaltMlufles months of 19G3. j I! markets, were expected tocontinue I ton who spotted the blaze cameIn
Sunday: Bible Study.? 10:00: a.m. preside specfatular sights In the vicinity of the Air Sales gains were also reported I through the end of the at 5:20: to the fire departmenl
Morning Worship ?.. 11:00: a.mUvenlrc o Fort MInUs' Test Center, Such launching: "have caused Cave for silvkhemicala and lumber, the year, and predicted that sales and ,speedy action had the fire
I iWater Heater Special! Worship __ 7tOO pm. Kennedy N be'knewe' M the fee World Space Capital. The Company's other principal. products and earnings would remain at under control almost Immediately!
trft e la One> fit many rsssens la.v...seer Ferris. Bryant and the I high levels. after the firemen arrived on the
Florida Development" Commission, .n urflnf FlerMlana to vaca' At the Board of Directors meet-
CHURCH or oou scene
Erickson\ sold that despite
Nee M-their own state this summer. here
30 Gal:. ,Glens LinedNationally Car. 4th and Cedar SU.R substantial payment for major 4ng 30 cents today; share a case dividend declared of It was necessary for the fire
_._ per
.. L. MaMa Jehnaask Factor to smash one of the largo
< ------ ----- --- men
: :.:. payable on August/ 15 to shareholders .
Adverthed 1 10 Year ,
: WarrantyFREE Phone Z81-J80T CHURCH OF COt OF I CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH of record on July 31. The plate glass windows that surroundthe
'10:00: a.m. ,___.. Sunday School PROPHECY J. C. BYRD, PASTOR NORTH 14th STREET dividend was raised in the second office to !win entry.
11:00 a.m. ..._.. Moving Service Rev. II. C Drury, Pester I Sunday School .._.....?... 10 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH quarter from! 25 cents to 30 cents
:. ;;$4 oo T *>1:. Friday Evening '7:80 pm. 10:00: am. _?_._ .Sunday School Morning Worship __. Jl A.M. 9:45 am. ._?_?? Sunday School per share Now the third largest producerof
1 IfI---- 'T:30 p.m. ._ .? Evening Service 11 a.m. .......__.M Mornlnf ServUe Evening Service .._...... 7:30: P.M. 11:00: am ._ Morning Worship I shrimp In the U. S., Florida Is
: (, Prayer meeting Wednesday 745: p.m. ...._... Evening Serve PRINCE -fttr 6.30 p.m. ..-.......-___..-. BTU Newspaper want Ada are carefully l. fast moving Into tJle'No 1 spot
TiSO, .. 7:45: Wednesday, VX.B. 6er OF PEACE 7:30 Evening Worship
p. p.m. p.m. ? I watched by economists IS a the Florida Board of Conservation
SO. 1JiJ I RWGAS. ItlSTAtLATION <} i vice for young people. LUTHERAN CHURCH 7.30: p.m. Mld-Week Services barometer of business conditions .

:' Rev Leonora Duncan, Pastor 4Z9 South 8th Street Sunday School............... 9:45: a. m CHURCH
r : NO STRINGS ,ATTACHED Sunday Mass _______ 2nd. 4tb Johnny L. King, Pastor Worship Service ...... 8:30: a.m.MEMORIAL Amelia Road Phone 261-3487'
Sunday ............ 700; a.m Sunday Services! -tr -tr a... Lojrd Chambers, Pastor '
CALL OR COME BY Sunday Mass _.-_ lit, 3rd 10:00: A.M. _____ flunky School METHODIST Sunday School 10 a.m. I'
Bin Sunday, 10;00 I.m. 11:00: A.H. Morning Worshlr6 CHURCH Morning Worship 11 am.I Now.
: Nelnon I'. Mo,.., Pastor Evening Worship '7 .
Monday, Young People 7 p.m. :30 p m. __?_.. B.TJJ. p.m.
Tuesday, Novena Service .. 7.30; 7:00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service J:45 a.m. _..?_...... Sunday School Wedneada flervlee ?_.._ 7 p.m.
: SOUTHERN GAS & ML 'C0.I pm 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship. (1-0(1( am. _.... Morning Worship FASTER SERVICE
Jally _._-.___.... Sum.iaturday Tuesday) 6:30 p,m. MYF Supper & Pro. "Queen of FloridaCrown" AND
I .: ...... 113 ATLANTIC AVE. PHONE 261.3961 _?...__ convent Chapel 7.00: pm. __:__.. Visitation grams
1:30: Communion In Convent Prayer Meeting Wcllnl'Tlllay1:1I8: '., 8'00 p.m. .... Evening Worship PageantSet

:--=' I The Pageant Committee of the

Florida Crown Council of Cham for
.. -_- ,.... .... .11>' ', f" '. .. ben of Commerce has just an. I .

.We've turned out half a ton pitted nounced for that the plans 4th annual are now Beauty com. I .

1 : I Il Contest .fJJJit' ifJ' tf"/t,4J

,: : the Beauty Contest will again .
'4 this year be held In Jacksonville

\\l i : = -., "" :, ; T : it-since you started August Beach and 2 th.the date Is Saturday I 9tedd l i? .tfnvifaffcnbanri

Registration blanks have been
= mailed to all Crown Chambers
from the office of Peter Novak
1 at this ad
looking Secretary of the Crown Council.
1 M Hamilton Gordon the Presidentof
the 15 county Council urges all ennorrtcemenfrtAll
Chamber of Commerce managers
to rush the entry forms and bathing 'i
\ suit photos of their selected
And Of
Styles Types (Engraving
/ contestants to Herb Shelley, the
1 Pageant Chairman I

The counties that make up the .
w And before we ring in 1965, nearly 2-bilHon pounds of Florida Crown are Alachua Bak. I, WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF
er, Bradford, Clay Columbia. Du- .
will have reached our customers
= Rayonier cellulose val Flaglcr Gilchrist Hamilton ENGRAVED

::- the globe...much of it from Fernandina Beach and J esup. Levy Nassau Putnam St Johns
The contestants must t be entered ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY
all that cellulose?
:: uses from one of these counties and
CIk \ ::.. may be sponsored by a City, a
= r {,, .. "."i. a yMNINiW Who doesn't? County or a Chamber of Com .
"+INl1 lliua' 'Z; Fact is capita consumption of cellulose Is a measure mcrce There Is no entry lee and See Samples AtJ'cntanmlt
ti1IIIVI ,
: ::. per
,I'pl' ,, p ,lly, Ipli ibi4ttilil 1 ;1, li the young ladles will be judged
IIIO' tIh of nation's standard of living. And as you might suspect,
;: iI a on beauty, figure poise and personality .
1 f'. IJIilItl ..r ,IIi 4, UI t the U.S. leads the world consumption with about 500 Ibs. .
; :
::13 w The winner villl be We I
h 'I+' II I Riven 'leach News 'euder
r. i j i I ; I per person per year title of 'Queen of the Florida

', : : I o II I! "I' a lII. IIyIVI j Ilu l,' I d 'VIII Ip" h l It's easy for civilized people to consume cellulose at such Crown':: The r present holder; of the I PHONES 261-3086 201-3C87
Crown title Miss Carol Kendall I,
pi u'' and ever-growing rate. Because at last count, about
=- I I Ill .. Y/VI114t: 1'1 I IIII: I a rapid will croon her successor at Jack.

= ? 4i1ry I, IIIIII .II :'nl' O1 ,, ."? I y'y'I' I I I ''lu I I'' I jl jlI. I I'' i I III 6,000 products were made with it. Rayonier cellulose, for sonville Beach on August 29th I We Represent One of the Largest and Best

I I'I, "_ M into thousands of miles of rayon, billions of
=- : I''II .. example, goes "One way to make money Is to :
.., 14h ll1 I' II"Iu;I I I cigaret filters-end into paint, cellophane, plastics, photo forget who you borrowed It from" Engraving Firms In The United States
I' I I (I iJ '
1 III'' i film, explosives and on and on and on. Tom Phillips Pana (111)( ) News 'I
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= II P'' Ii0u0 r II gll Is Rayonier big in cellulose? --

ll''i'' II9'' Ifldl I IIIih l I, it itII countries' entire cellulose
:: a ,,? II, Very. For instance, many operations

,o jll Jpllg6l ''lil, ''oI I IIII f' I lu, IQ I ''lit I"In I I IIh, I m,h I I i :: are scarcely larger than those at our Fernandina L B. REESE PLUMBING & HEATING CO

I l'' IVJtIIH II1'iltd' : I Beach or Jesup mills. Some are even smaller. That's one
': 111 1, i'' q'11' I II U Ulllpl II? i ,ii I'10' reason why Rayonier has become a principal world supplier .
lunl dtdl
ram? ? d t of this versatile.raw material. Highly uniform grades Carrier

..n1. of cellulose travel from our Southeast mills to major users

u Hid, P rl Iry1IIIIQgIN! I'' all over the free ,world. .

p j I l Can the supply last
II' l I'u' ; I IPIIPIIiI QIIII I IfII P 1d, Ij! ., I II
: + II I I 9 Ids'' ,I'' utlld illlil' 1I4f11p' tII"I I II, IId It will as long as tares from which i it is made can be grown ICE MAKING MACHINERY

I o11 i,1J on planet Earth. Scientific-tree farming-like we practice
: Ip' .sl a tr.l+ pal I''" ''I'i here in Florida and Georgia-assures a constant supply of .
I Itl 11.N IIQII .
;I II'' IIII' I the right kind of wood for cell> lose. And at last estimate, f'A', I

: I'' ''I I, I I"r. ''I IIII'' ll I d9'' we had planted far more trees than we had harvested. .
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: I )I'I' i dl'III' j1 I ', a111IL' II 9.II. II Take away the Ray ueier. cellulose? :.: \ ''tfV' .

?: : ''lllil b I I ''Ir ; h : Not very likely! We produced I another 3,500 pounds of it : ?J

: y I II I p iiwl l iI while you were reading these seven: paragraphs.

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WANT AD' RATES horse by the hour tfc leally Inclined operation o( ride ASC Committee Vernon Green
w THK!: cinrrrr
M per ..w4 .?> BlnlnraejCard Call after 3.00 p.m., John Keeler. JfGTICV: CrlMCW TWK LAW FITTITHrlSNAMK mi'DTD ( 'I Show 5.74 Percent

e* Thmksv eXwUdMs. Fernandlna Brach amusementrides. Notice U hereby given! that the un. 'TMR AND: NTATF WR : (" Elections Slated Increase In Sales

ad Similar Netfee FOR RENT J23p derilgned, pursuant to Heath, ua CNANCFRT (... KEEP FR EDOMa
Name Statute" Moons BUI No 117J '
a per word '1.11 talnlmmi Chapter No. MWU! Laws of I'Inrlda. rpRTut-TEED ORATION : I Wlnn-Dlxle Stores Inc, operating IN VOUR PUTUREUS. -
Cal 261-34M or 24I-3687 AVAILABLE SEPT. 1. Urge 3 INSURANCE AGENT for estab- 141, will regl)tItef' wok the Clerk ol During AugustI ((531 supermarkets! In thin an'aand 6UY SAVINGS
linked debit In the FernandlM the Circuit ourt M and for N...... VO.ItrlllFIlT .
bedroom house. Large living Cones reoerpi nf throughout the Southeast, recorded BONDS "
or plM ad at .fflc Beach with erf the fart- y. rInrlda upon proofof "' ""
area one
and publication af this notice, the flo-
dining 574 Increase In
rooms and large ANO"ItWI, reminded a percent
Ml Ask Street est growing Iniurance compaolei UUoua name, towitliLANO I
glassed porch Close In. Phone SEAFOOD I about nn Important election! wlileh sales during the fnur-vveik period
-- la the south. Good chancefor NOTICE
261-4501. tfc I advancement Write to H. R. Under. which we are winged. isbuxlnen Notice li hereby ) will be held during August. TheI ended June 27

FOR SALE SMALL Dlnklns GenenlDellvl'l' W..rs enaged is bus/nea" / at MOo Hint to a Final I election la to choose ASC former- The volume !totaled $rH.30":>.i:>3 1 1
HOUSE: no close Superintendent Closure entered lIP
Ptrat Street, Tesnandtna Ilearh
? *'7<18. in Ihe Circuit committeemen who will nerve for compared to $62.003,410 f for the
In. Ideal San Mateo Fla.
for met IIIte..ted III
couple. Apply at ) the only parties
| FURNISHED} TWO BEDROOM Seaside Motel. tfc 2t, .J23, SOp sold business enterprlae are Lea JI'. County situated Florida, In I I Ilhe next year' III local admlnhtra- corresponding period lust year an

house. Shady lot. Call 261.460 Johnson and Marvin Jolu..n., I perty ItnrMa dewc"llwrl I I hors of national iarm-octiel pio. Ineridse of $3.611,745. Or
41 n 9. 18. 13
tfc I TWO BEDROOM: UNFURNISHED: WHITE LADY to care for chll- That rrrtnln grams.According. For the 52-week period ended l

house, lust painted the floor dren. Phone K1.4894. 31-J16 23 PUBLIC NOTICE tract beef; of In I land the, c".:: : to Myrtle Mlkkelnen June 27, sales were $8it.782.26\1(\ | 0

| II1 VOLVO. PV 544 new Nrei, rem reasonable 2814359.J23c 1. 30e and Stale of County Office Manager Agi'lcul.! .
THE COURT IV AND deirrlbed I art: computed to $031.322.800, an Increase
97500. 565 So Df ClItTIT
Price -
: .ural Slsbilitnllon and Connerva-
I ATTENTION TEACHERS! of $in,4i<),WO 4117
Com or
Call 2615878. local A per
tic NEEDED, } DISTRIBUTORS, 5041PRNNANINNA talon (tracts lion Service, "Thrie ASC rimmlltoemcn -
forUible: furnished bungalo andapartments. IS BVRUkPMI'NT 7i in Block I, cent.
and surrounding territory.
FOREST HILLS, owner 'Is consld. For rent during hours weekly, Age 1870. Reply COMPANY, a Hutlda corpnruilon. nal comb II' "'. futiit In Smith : pmiiram' poniihililloii have broad ,Impnrlnnt whltlimakpi --.-.---- -

erin, best offer on three bed. school term. Desirable locations to Box 2441, Jacksonville, Fla. Fla Im If ft, niKhlof-Wav line I It all the more urgent that
room, two bath home with large between Moore's and Seaside Y.WAIID. Road I fA B' R W( eligible voters In the county by !
I 16
be electedi
Rl'ILDERS, IMC!' at Hi, Plot Birk I Pape reprewnUUve farmer
family room. Living space over Hotel. Phone 261-6621. .J23 30c Dtfrndimli.NOTICE clal Public I i I to the Jo...." She urged all quail.I the ASCS county office! The

1.400 sq. ft. Make us an offer. ROOMS, $500 per week. Board I WANTEDWANTS THE STATE OF FLOJUCATo. OF SUIT fur county Sim: I lorldo.fed In lINt voters to be lure to cant their line for returning market d\Od'l 1

261-3078. J lOp John B KeUyHullriay South for 200 ballots Mill be 1. Complete (
Reasonable 506 Cedar St. J23p I 'MiwiU. thence Kant for I Sept. The'S ate(Board of Conservation

| PONY AND SADDLE for sale, 5 ROOM S. Route II By pan Iron and point of I Each year, the office! mnn.mor tldif' for voting In the ASC t>lee- uses .Ilxmt 80 field officer* t.

$125.00. Call 261-4456 or see at 226 Sol ,7th.UNFURNISHED St. 261-3872.: house J23o, TO BUY used stationary AlheiTa Flirt Office, Tennessee Iles 207 taining public, 048 into" ,acreant to I explained such quillfled, volcr thins will lie Included ullh the ballots I guard !',sJIUwater fishes and te enforce .

731 So. 14th. St. tfe i motor or U2 International motor Arbilee D. Kelly I best blotter for I I farmers who are taking putt or \Vh"1Ihl'y arc mailed out. 'll.s'ilnil laws. ;

FURNISHED UPTOWN 3 room or clutch for a 172. John Keelcr Hnllltay MntvlU Front Dour .of... are eligible to take part In one or --
PIANO TO TRANSFER! jopiin apartment utilities, wishin,' ma. : General Delivery Fernandina 8'Office Rout' Box II M Rv.PansPORT ? Id!, between II no more of the farm pro rnms whirl

Brach J23p Ion o'clixk PM,. l lf the committee ailmlnlHler olrd
Piano will turn this lovely spinet chine. Also beach rentals. Phone : AI..n. Tennessee
console locally for small 261-4642. You ore hereby, nntlfnfd that a unit FALI ( a county crmmlttce from among BARBECUE OUR SPECIALTY
pay. W. I. McCraile. tic hurt been filed afulnit you ward n.kHK: OF TUB
ment balance. Reported In excellent LOOKING FOR oceanfront home I In Bullden. Inc. a teorft; oorpnrallnn' ; Albln' C. Thnrnpion" their own'numbrr..
SMALL UNFURNISHED: house. Fernandlna Beach. Two bedrooms Clarence R. Ward and Amanda Heraldlne : Attorney for
condition. For details I W.ed tot Atlnntlc I Program administered by the BY THE POUND OBiSinEDINNERSSANDWICHES. e
write, Credit Office' 105 Dodd Mrs Halle Sheffield, J1*. 23e Md dining room s necessity. Will Horn*, Inc ,a his Horlda wife ctirnnrntlon; All-mate: 'ernundlna Beiuh committeemen Include the Agricultural :

'Rome, Georgia J23p consider lot to build. Box 266 and M. H. Hammond and Mvrtle T. It O I Conservation Program .. .
TWO BEDROOM, UNFURNISHEDhouse Rumson, N. .J. A27c HammnnJ hla wife In the above entrtlvn Afeo 1"1: ;
I allotment, marketing! --
i KITTEN at Five Points -- came and that you are required PUBLIC acreage
Ph. 2615205.tfe It He your anawtr "''ltt the Clerk. ol quota, commodity Innni the SEAFOOD CHICKEN STEAKS
iv! TH" rmcriT I i
2613474. .J2Jc this Court and to nerve a copy thereof 1 feed the voluntaryI
CLASSIFIED tor plaintiff or vlalnllffa I .t- JUDICIAL program
SURFBOARDS FOR SALE. For FURNISHED APARTMENT by Sumer.upon whose name and address '. II A IN AND' r1> I wheat program the Sugar Act 10:30 A.M. TO 12.10( A.M.. DAILY :

Information call 261.5098 or see week or month. Reasonable DISPLAY a.,n laio.I Barnett Welte, r.aln"'k: Hnmll llulldIrf TT.Ca,. IN No.( IM program the National Wool Program SUNDAY 4 r.M.TO 12:30: A.M. .

at Moore'a Grocery. J23. 30, A6p rates, Call 2614320. tfoMCE Jacksonville i. Florida, not 'later' FunrRAi. () : and farm Storage facility DINNERS TO GO ;
Shun August 10, 19M. If you full tn dow AsSOCiATION. a loan Ottar duties are a lgned .
li alder Art
THREE BEDROOM FRAME house, I 3 BEDROOM unfurnished a decree iKalnut pro you onntne for the will relief be entered demanded exlillng pursuant an to the committee by the Secretaryof

nice neighborhood on South I /house. Call 2615214. tie CLOSE OUT t In the complaint Thus null laM tional Morlinge ," Agriculture at the need arise, I II -MABE'S RESTAURANT 'f 1
Ant, havlns ICs
On 1964 Pontlaes Bakkfl eulet and remove certain reads
16th. St. $803 00 equity. Pay balance .
UPSTAIRS FURNISHED apart I from the title of the pUIMItft In and City ot I Eligible voters will cut ballotsfor '
of $7,700. Call Tempeita In Ih. following dnorfbetf prnperrelocated """'. S. 8th Phone 2615039FOR
Street :
I committeemen by mall. I
2014787.J23p I ment. Call 261-4656. tf. In the Clv of Fensndina I county
Special ,.-.tIII.al'" Beach County of Macaan, Florid.All ".. .. Ballot will be mailed to all known
kflF.1I n. "" I
LARGE 6 ROOM HOUSE In Old peloeslUsed i of thoie or parcels of
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE on Black (land situate, lyint; and twine In M. 1151)065' his -
Rock Road. Phone 261-5668. J23c IoWli. $35 monthly clean. 261. I9M Ford Wck.p j I Section Fifteen 116)( ), Section Sin.teen I -
: I 1703 J16c Extra! Clean WM Mil, faction Seventeen ((17)) t AFFIDAVIT FO* : I IJ

4 ROOM, BATH block house Can Finance and Section Nineteen North(It,), Timn- UTATF or i I EXPERT CAR SERVICE. DRIVE TOTiresfone. '
VACATION HOUSE sleeps 12. chip Three (11)) RjifieTwenty "IJ1J I
goad condition 2500. No down HARPERPONTIAC I .nine 1291 Beet, lying and J COUNTY OF .
payment. P 0. Box 335. .J23 SOp OcMnfrnnt fenced yard. Fur. being EAST of the following de. Before me
nlkhed. Phone 2614174. tfe BUICK 1, acrlbed line: a point of refer'ence Stephen tlratford
atari ..toh InlerseelionSM tint duly sworn, :
AIR CONDITIONER, like new, vl; SCOTTY TRAVEL Trailer. Com. Fcrnandtn Bun Easterly boundary line of Section 1 I. That nfflint I! : I. : : ;
plnlnttrr Fed ccit
Ions $200.00. 2613922. tic 205.4117FOR 14 of Townihln 3 North
pletely equipped. Sleeps five. Runt ill East and the SoutherlyrlRhtof AiaorlutlonI ,

SET OF BUNK BEDS In Rood Make your reservation Icotty .way line of Atlantic Av,% how. Thai been dlllRenl mnde .

condition; see at '303 South 15th Trailer Sales Ph. 2613474. -- sue these Weal continue along North the B|auld d. names and ... h 1

281.4D46. J23e. Southerly l'itlhl."w.. ... of Atlantic anti, Roger u. '
or phone
UPSTAIRS APT. S rooms and Avenue, a distance of 411 68 M Madden hli) '

"SPECIAL";;-48" chain link fence bath, unfurnished. 3rd and Ala. I SALE feet North tn M a clecreeii point; thence S' Went continue along lame Htateinrnt" are .art. .,

with steel posts 21c per tin I chua; 281-3644. tic I I'UI.EE said Southerly rldht.of.wnv Urn tn .afflnnt' I VACATION SAFETY SERVICE
3 That the apes [
\ 1 I rf AtlnnMiAvenue a dl'tunre( of
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foot. Will tnstall Free estimates, Roller H, Ilidilin' :
of "heilnnlni
TWO BEDROOM furnished apt 701 feet In the point den, hi.I.,., ai
Call 261.5171 ileRrrlbed
no down payment. of the line heroin ;
Private entrance 421 N. 3rd St. Bedroom, Masonry HMM thence continue South '3 d"...... knuwn to ufflnnt :
today. Coastal Fence. Mfg. Co of I 3M 4 feel 4. That the ... 261.3Ht9'I' I
tic Large Lot Concrrt Drive 17' Went a dlitanca il 1. &s
tfc Mon. Roger"
I to a point: thence continue South
house. Carport, Patio, Hardwoodfloors I dcereee 8r Went n dutnme of M Hidden, his "
TWO ROOM: unfurnished known In
SHRIMP BOAT 25'V' X 6'47 central heat IrlleC'dback 10550 feet to a point; thenre continue an MAIION
*' 'ir South! R dmree W F. fit' a
V-8 engine marine clutch, mant 13 ROOM FURNISHED enrage yard ttlrtinre, of 114B 68 feet In the Southwent l*< .
fold, gas hyjtcr, fully rigged to corner nf mid "Sritlnn( 14tftenre : I loo Hlrphen" I
apartment f'lulh III drgrneeM'
go, $000. Marine plywood! runabout j 7' 30 *.. ) nf "Section a l Allornevi 'a vl t
17' X hJl Mercury ti t 8oui SMALL ONE!! bedroom, uufurnlthMliuuie. Ferreira Sen Sworn to and (
John T. M, TowuMp 1 North R'n,e IB
with .
double lift trailer carriage of
South 8 de- thii Hth day
I East: oienre conllme 'I
$850. W., A. Zctterowcr, lit. 1, green 22' Weal a dlxtiinre of I S2H69 A D 1'161Iii t
iir Irma BitterMnUry
Box 85 Fernandlna Beach Fla turned to a point, thcn-e continue .. Public, I
( TWO ROOM apart. South IS dcgreea 14' Emit a dice Let ourEXPERT
Phone 261-4747. J23p lanes of 00 33 feet to a ""Inion/ Mv'T'nimlHulon
i mentI the Southerly bound.irv line of :
1962 FALCON low mileage make I I B. IABLMAN I. ...1" C'rtlon IIIWITHEHS I 41 I'M : I MECHANICS
VW !: hond and the ei.l, of
1 my
offer. Phone 261-3635 duung day. raom 113211VACATION I laid Court nt Fernmdlirt Be"ch, --- get your car ready now I
tic SeeCHARLES 'rinrMi. this Inih duo of July, I"M Must every
/, M. COOPER 0 Oxlev, Clerk bu hIf'RI. but It In We do all this work
NICE, LARGE LOTS fur e. (OCEANFRONT, APTS. completely : of the 'irriilt Cout make his nrl

Coed: teinn. Qno, quarter mile furnished. Day, week, or month. I AtCooper's Ilv '"/ San Jo)re Davit I I Front Wheels
South of Fit Points on Amelia '1'SMS. Fletcher Ave. 2615878. tfc Deputy Clerk ; '
I Laundry 4t Tae, 23, M and A 6 :995'vAlign
ltd. Call 261-5421 tie
FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS apart. T "Balance Front Wheels .J.JI

NEW..M ND.Y KOUFAXno rash Desirable location: ,14th and Beech StsJ] l NOT.Ct., .
SE6 Tat>; punt M } pUBLIC .
;.. prop no' gears, Satin t1ll'lr.! I_fajBr'-! ..n. a :tfg "'Y1'tiPPONE'a; I.'J6JJ: : ... .. : IffRTTR' or BIDS -*-'''tJ I 'Adjust Brakes \ +ICI

velocity Jet outboard engine. Fernandina Beach'sVolkswagen Sealed : 'rI.u"I;\; he receivedby : '

Runs In 2 Inches of water 6 hours MISCELLANEOUS the of Naaiau B' County, Florida Comnrilavlnn.era until' Air i vPlus a Complete r

per gallon. Only $11995. Dealer I CornerOr 1000- AM., on the 12th day of AU.ti)8T I Safety Inspection
Inquiries Invited. Phone 261-5063 A D, 1164. at which time
LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS they will be publicly opened and read i
or Write Box 236 Fernandtna I drink. It the Comml .iiw n.o"lIn.0 beheld Used
Beach. Fla. help with your In Mw Ommlmlon Huum, County .
I Inf Tf Men''. Writ Box all, PHONE 354-9093 Courthouse, ernundlna Reach .

$200 oo down, $57 month buys masonary City or Phone .Jan El 6-7700. BRUNDAGE MOTORS Florida The .work conilata of PAVINII OP (One ) BATTIMY PAILUMIARE

FLOOR SANDING and roflnlshinf. 1250 East Eighth St. TV WHITE AND COt.QH.EO SCHOOLSIN 1960 .
Floor till Paul C. Hanson THE CITY OK A : Avoid costly lowing charges 999 -
Jobs T. Ferreira 4 lea tie Jacksonville, Florida Bidders may obtain plane, ''P.CIIl.1', 4-loor) and emergency batterypurchafct. >

lOR Atl..tl M.. Phone 1A1.5571 Phone 261-4609. caliimn. prnpoaali.' etc l Iry apulylnito One Owner Let our expefta _
D O Oxley, Clerk to and fiourd, test your battery btfor you As Low A3.
Room No ID, County Courthouse | ..
Auto TranH
FlEXALUM: CUSTOM MADE WASHING MACHINE -- lernandlna llench. rii.rlrta, No' de I Mart your vacation trip. Enchang.'fIrestont

Venetian blinds measured' and any make. Stoves cleaned. posit la required I R&II 1
Buy ell, repair used furniture PUBLIC NOTICE A bid "Mari ,properly executed. by
installed. Wide rang" of the bklrter and ,
NOTICE Vlnx PICTITIOUI by a Qualified Surely
Yulee 4S-S2H tin : 1961
PORTER LOVEQUIST COloJ'1l'1 Ph. NAME: LAW or a certified eauhler'a cheek In a
um not le'. than five per. cent of
261-3008. cc. No4loe la hereby given thai the un.denl.n. NEW TREADSAPPLIED
_Center Phone FAST. EFFICIENT. ..., punuint to '.rk-tttloua the amount:: bid, made: mat payable toNaaaau I m
County, Florida accnm.
Name Statute" Howe Hill No II7A
TWO BEDROOM house on Ry- pair !service by factory trained Chapter No. :mm. L.... of Florida .ne..rh bid l aa a fu.irantee that 4-Door) 8 ON IOUNO Tilt BODIES OK ON YOUR OWN TIRES
Terms arrang mechanics. Pick up and delivery will ot in the event the contract la awardedtrart I
on Rd. Large lot. reliefer Auto Trans
:::1. 1:1 "ndl'1orCI -
He''I In Fernandlna Clrruit Court Nmiiu III the Adder h. will enter into oon. WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
ed. Ph 2615421. to your I'ountv. Florida unon" reratpt of pnwfof funrlnh the required "bond and K&H. A C
and Oreanway. will Start work within the number of
Beach publication of thli notice the tietltl.iun
YOU H CHOICE, 2 fine ;;; Vernon Write or call for all prices King nom., toulfMACS dava: stipulated In hla proniiajl: ': No Narrow or Wide Dttlfif. ,
SERVICE hid bond, certified' or cannier check 1962 '
Lee, next to Boles Grocery a Bicycle and Hobby Store, Rooee- Under' which W. are engaged In will be returned until after tabuln Tubeless or Tube-ftp 4 for
281.5968. tic' Mall. Jacksonville Phone bu'lneiaWe lion and analvala of blda. All such Station
.t (,X bonds or check. except from bid.
: are engaged' In )'
LARGE SHADY Lot 100 X' 217 ft. 387.4554.. --4t -J9.--.18.-23-.-and.-30pHELP 8th Street the only rernarrllna' parties Heach..intere'ted FlaThat .Maid don will be being" returned conildered bv mall for within award II A )PUSH.!! Std. Our Mm TFMIh UMttt Iso "_"IM..eAsII atara. vr

$1750. "budness enterprlM U W. T. Mc.CJ.e days from date of bid: openlnf Trans WithOverdrive OUAMANTIIDJ '
I WANTED / and E. D. McC1. Each propnaal I ahall he placed In'' ( =5. 'StftreaaMnewai end ..Wr1sY Ada, RA sf IreaaAsntaA 4949
41 123. all 66.53 ar1 envelope. sealed end rn's'r.ed nn cud nil eeealraale, tua $31 N. Fteteker the ou l4e "BID !r'OH PAYING' OP Factory AirSEVERAL i we fW it .
INCOME BEACH M ed I TWO ROADS ON 'HOfL PROPfR. I := iMeaV rea4 wwe aceMrM :--lIMtrIooe.....
: : property W rwe

lot. Duplex 1 b keom bo 2nd"' ROUTE seeds young "**. TIll: CITY OP CAM. HAN". And ,-r; -. . F. -,- ,t 4 Rm ft* and 4 tfadl-M Href
$16,500. Owner will take Corp. 1 delivered M D O Oxktu. County I
high artie-l graduate 21-3S. Must Clerk, If iMIvered' hv mall, this en. | AT
mortgage/ l'f'lSlw and mechanically e velope' akall be placed In another FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK !
be ag envelop and atMremed to Ronrd of
Five laHloed. T. sere and main- County Commlafttonert of NnaaaittCounty.
lots at I
coffee and fond vending ma. Florida.. 1 D 0 Ontoy Clerk .
Points. K you desire, we will l fall Cmmty Ciurthmiae, FemiiPtina" (lte"ch,
build for .... I Itt chine. Yulee salary Np61 PlorMa.. The propoeal ahull reach the 1959
y .. B.... t'"' (lerk'a offlie.. no later than the day. '
& ttf.wetk. good f* ar I hone ateeed herein' before I 2-Door L-
ONE: CORNER BEACI lol. X. incite benefits '' The County reserves the right to ,, Auto TranH, ..
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S28I111 rtiwl I Itfe. Reply to 7a8-A4 I waive tnfnrmallliei In any, bid lot II. i ireeeet '
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down n.lntllu In part with or without cauae, or to I I
I accept any hid In whole. or In purl ;
fr ofr HONEST. SOBER GROCERY or I that. In ita Judgment. w lll be. for the Lasserre FERNANDINA BEACH i
11, 281J S. Fletcher cutter that t Is willing I l I I .beat. IntereiU nt the ""un'. I

W\S 13500. Now priced at $12000 wroth meal awl wants to get' ahead.: BOAfin- Of COUNTY COMMISSIONIRS I : I'rJiajA,

CONTACT PETE ISGRA88le1 experienced man In grocery I NASOAU COUNTY" rLORDAMY .

Also to train for super. Jim Thomas 118 Allantle.A... Phone 2614482I
and meats CIMirman' See Charles,
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Twelve yew; _.Lender. Fcrnandma. Tech, Florida. Thursday, July-.23, 1964- SEE FLORIDA THIS SUMMER
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I Ing for r lorld:i loner\ ( and Light,:
v Company Boating Is Popular In Sunshine StateI '

/ YOUR GOVERNMENT I II' tharlet A. Retell, Tdlluliasset. I c c"C
: Dean of School' or Bu dlnc8u. Hor. Ya
WEEKLY REPORT BY Ida Slate Um\cnil\ ,
, .A
Mel Wheeler I'ensaealu farmer AT atlP
I broadcast station Owner I o
Grow T. "Tim" Willey, Or. a
I I' .. Umrlo, Vice President and Cereml I ,
Manner: /: Martin.Orlmdn. 'fit / e
lip I I '
FARRIS BRYANT sulurlcd a
y The tommlsmin him a
I dl Governor of Florida I Ip staff nf two It ,Is the smallest (if I n b

Florida agencies, yet Its range I r 5
, TK-ttUCLFAR (,O\l: IISSIOlS:: : ptkrice to evaluate and Interpret of aetivitlcs and.. luterest..\ t Is extrermly I t 4k
t FLORIDA'S RFVPONS:: : I then dcvi'lopmenU and to Initiate broid The Clllllml'IMlon'urere'nt I 4L9r"a
i "i, .10.TIIK SI'Ad. Af..: whatever a<'llon In t'nlll'lrill'\ to mimplishmoiU, Imludo
\ .." The Florida Nuclear and Space llnd application for Hum In I'lor.Id the fields or nudeur power reuc. r
, ;JCtmmlsslon. like tupi Kennedy ,i. It nerves as a buill-In te-elnl. torn tuvcrlmi suit suite to fresh, 4 ,Mott"w.w"
i sad the space(,e Induslilis: In enl mlvismy !group. available to promotli of the use , JhW Mate: Is a nvinh I 01( t lorlda'. the Governor, Cahlnrt Lrglxla-... lopes (parllrularlv In !therapeuticand
, .. progressive' character, lure and other Mile auimles. dim m'mlc medical npplieatlonsi ,
i When In 1954 the Atoms fur The nine man Nuclear Cnmmlg.si I, pnitrclivc! lirislatim, the ,
, peace Program made a\'nlhhle I 'In4nt in. headed, by Robert n. Guthrie creation of a slitewlle RadloloKl-! w Ira
public for the 11 ml t lime the of SI. Petersburg Is a balance of cal l Fnurutmy Network the eslnbllRhment r.
IcnowledKC and \udinlciiiis, fir liur liming/ ( Industiliil and technical of Fpikor bureaus
naming mid allure pnp'c Including the director of throiiRhout t the title and (the ('0.
Ing III valuable hy.pruellll.ts, II becamc '. I the nuceur science' program atl I operation with rl'derlllllIthllrlllrl A thl"iI'inlCoicene from the movie "The Longest ltv,"
I question if h IW ti e'lan. the t'nlvrrslly of .Florida/ a pi'ac.liclnn In radlolouleul safely studies( fur tarring n list of 42 international personalities! In the
:net these bone-Ills back to the pen) radioloKiht l, an engineering the nuclear rocket priRrum motion picture. This movie will be shown at the Ilan
p)I. from what had previously been cxpcit and an xeeuilve of a muse Must recently on July 1 I. as Theatre, Sunday and Monday, July 21) and 27
"a a absolute federal mini'poly. and sil manufacturing corporation. Chief Executive nf Florida I signed .
I Jto find applicatlin, fir them at Rehirl R Guthrie iChilrman), an agreement with the Atomic
.grass roots level. M. PclcrsbuiK, banker and mere Energy Commission which providedfor
hunt, the transfer of certain AEC ; rr
; la rrcogilie:
Florida was quick
Floyd B. Honen Harlow. Vice regulatory powers t tll the stele. -Florida Noon Ie"a Chits
such than
the need for opening a :
President and General mnnamr of The signing was (IIr historic and LOANS.
:ltd and was among the llrsl blulcs International Mini\ 'nils and (them) perhaps unique slKiiiriennre In II hundreds of mills ttf nivlgibl streams have helped maks basting In the Sunihtn State .
to make prnvlsli for It at cols Corporation, other than IcchniloiJcnl. terms It an Increasingly popular sport Groups like this one on tht irorl.d Suwinnt River ofttn combine
first with a Governors All>IbOry fishing and camping with beating m streams et unmatched setnlc .beauty. Opportunities for outdoor
Charles W. Campbell, IB fir the Federal Gov.
Commutes: and 1.111'1'11th a tlalc rtcriation are among the many reasons Governor Cards Bryant and the Florida Development
agency: vlllc, Vice President mid General ernment to rdlmiulsh any portionof I Commission are urging Floridians t* vacation In their own stab this summer.
Manager of Prudential Insurance Its authority to a stale HlHtorl. .. TO BUY OR BUILD
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I. Briefly. the \iiclnf Commls.
Company cally the trend has been In the 1-
slon', certainly unique among theJate'l George, K )Davis Gainesville, other direction However, Congress News From Swimming
more trnilillinnl agencies Director of the Nuclear Silence rcioiinlzod that the prolec. Dally 2:13 to 4.43 p.m.
.....nlalnlL contact with tulmolo 1'rtL.iam/(" ul the University of lion of life and property Is bis), Evening:: 7,13: to !9:43): p.,m? ix
Steal dcvclipnunts') In fcdtral/ pro. Whether You're Locking .
Florida catty and traditionally a responsibility The Rec Center rcpt( Sundaysramily
grams, like the Atomic, Energy:
of the Individual stale and Night on lildny ( .hil.
CMnmiksinn and the I fJallonnlAeronautics J. M Dill. Jr. Gainesville-, I < At
and Admlnls..trollon I'ractlciiiR KadmloiMGecrso In fin i doing! entourages the stubs dim must be acci mpumcd by Blueprints, or
Spaced ; to develop the necessary technlculcimpelcncc ( flY SANDY 1 DtSANUItOTIHKSIHY. adult) d"iLHomes
and with ( In. I Kinsman, Miami Vice I udnilnislratlvc .
and ability For Sale Our
terhlllLI '
.dwlrics. It has the ) cum. President In charge of 1'nllhlt'cr.1: this responsibility. JILY ZJrd Juyeees In the Confer cm e Roomat Admlshlins: 13c Students, :33c ,
to assume ,
of slates Adult Ceramics In (the Art Room 8,00 p.m.TUESDAY Adults .'.
Is seven I
Floilda only
one "
Can r .I'.
which have demonstrated the qua). at 3.DO p.m., Hank Sides Instructor ; JILY 2Mh Financing Help A r. t.

Ideations for this great rcsponsl.blllty "If you bpenil your summi'r's You Take "''c
.- Adult Cerumles In (the Art Room Painting fir Leisure In the Art vacation In your own back yard, Prompt
.' Anxious as we were to assume at 7:13: p.m? (Hank Sides, Inslruc. Room at 7:15: pm.Barbcrlhoppers your friends and neighbors will 10:'
I't this new' role, we did so mindful tor In the Conference know exactly what kind of a per. Sound Action, '. .,:
M of the philosophy of Thomas .J er. Teen Club In the Game Room at Room at 8:00: p.m. son you really are. Sensible and
... Person who has been credited with 7:15: pm Birthday Party In the Game broke John Maverick, Cher.i

.M.. saying, "He governs best who Senior Citizens Covered Dish Room at 7:15: p,m. ryvale (1Kanl) Republican Let's Discuss It Before
r governs least" In this step there. Supper at 6:30: p.m. ,
fore we' propose by bringing! the Senior CHI/ens Club in the Conference .
authority to control closer to the Room at 7:15; p.m. Ceramics 11214). ) ) in the Art You Build, Refinance
Room al 3.30 p m Hank bides Instructor -
MONEY to make It more adaptable
people Surfer Club Meeting In the .
to their needs and more rcspon.
Conference Room at 7:15: nom Sub-Tccn Club In the Game Roomat Or BuyFernandina
'1 live to their wishes
;! TO PAY BILLS. The Nuclear Commission II Flor. I FRIDAY, JULY: 14th. 7:15: p.m.
L Baby Shower In tho Conference
Ida a response to the technological
challenge of this age I Sub-Teen Club in the Game Room at 7:15: p.m. Federal
Room at 7:15: p,mSATl '
:; a Our Consolidation Loan Plan is I have been thankful that we THURSDAY, JULY 30th .
have equipped ourselves on the 'KDAY. JULY: 23th v v
tops In convenience Adult Ceramics In the Art Itioni
stale level to read and Interpret Savings & Loan Assn.
.. the strange language of the nuclear Jr Olympic Swimming Meet at al 3,00 p.m., Hank Sides Inslruc.
physicist and keep ourselves the Pool from 12,:00 to 2:00: p.m.t, toe

t T _.. team up (. $600 Informed of technological developments Ceramics Pouring Class In the Adult Ceramics In the Art Room 202 Atlantic Avenue
II -" so that we can be alert and Art Room from 1:00: to 5.00 p.m., at 7:15: p.m., Hank Sides, Instructor 1
J prepared to meet competltlcn from Hank Sides, InstructorTeen I I II
i G.A.C. FINANCE other slates, and to transform Club I In the Game Room t'l Teen Club In the Game It(mm at -
t these developments Into \tmulhlo 7:15: p.m.Bridal 7:15: p.m. | Next Poor To Merle Norman I I
CORPORATION projects which will be of economicand Shower In the Conference 'M'' Cosmetic Studio Try A Classified Ad For Quick Rasults
social benefit to the people of I. Pool Hour Public
Room at 7:15: p.m. .
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""0\1 Off 14 MONTHS 10 MO"'IH5" 11 MONIHS MONTHS I marvel at tho future I SUNDAY, JULY: moth(

S 7500 f 506 S 5.47 8 7,55 Lutheran Church Service In the

16000 S 949' 10,7' t 1.67 16.11) Conference Room at 8:30: a.m.
-15.00 2416 28.35 30,6' 42.50
.600,00 34.39 3934 42.66 59.35
rTHROUCH Ceramics ((9.It tl) In the Art Room CHEVROLET

308 Atlantic Avenue IBE at 3.00 p.m., Hunk Sides, Instructor ,

'k ; '. ItrnmnHnm Beach, 'l.rlda WAR 1D$' r .
; : r Adult It Teen Ceramics In the Art
; : ,I' IT.I.phon.261.UII.. vOffio .: "I Room .lit .7:IS p.m., Hank Sides. !i'j"" ; .

Hum, Dolly Cell, WtJiwdoy t Saturday Mi Instructor makes all types of trucks _. -. -
ALSO IVI CONVINtINT OMICH IN JACKiONVIllt Island Squares Club In the Auditorium
at 7:30: p,m.
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